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Yamhill County Reporter.
F. H. B.IBXHART, Editor A Propr.
J. G. ECKB.%5f,'A«»o<iatc Editor.
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OREGON NEWS AN» NOTES.
J ust before the election an exchange
requested that the democratic party.
Ex &overnor Pennoyer is spoken
be buried bead downward with feet
of as the next mayor of the city of
in the air. so that it could kick a
little next year. It can now be ob
The monthly report of Superin
served that one foot is sticking above
tendent Paine, of the state insane
Indianapolis and the other above
asylum, shows that there are now
Tammany New York. It is a pretty
708 male and 318 female patients con
big straddle, but all there is in sight. fined there. During October 40
new patients were received, fifteen
T he republican majority in Kansas
is said to be about 40,000.' It is es were discharged, two eloped and two
pecially significant, as it demon died. The number of employes is
strates the inability of the populists 121. and the per capita expense daily
to retain their ground. Kansas was is 32 cents.
Mr. Arthur J. Menday
their stronghold, their hope and
FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1895.
pride. They had full possession at1 A colony of people from Nebraska 1
onetime, and every opportunity to
A n adverse majority of 75.000 demonstrate the merits of their doc There were forty-one families. The
against.woman suffrage h, Massa trine. They have failed most igno- colony left Wood Lake, Cherry
county, Neb., last Friday, and the Eczema For Over Three Years
chusetts does not discourage the miniously.
first stop of any consequence made Purified the Blood With Hood’3
champions of the cause, they de
S pain has been put to desperate ex
8arsaparilla and Is Now Weil.
on the journey was at The Dalles.
clare. The women are more plucky
tremities to raise money to carry on They will visit the Willamette valley “ C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
than the democrats of the state, who
efforts to suppress the present Cuban before locating. They report the “Dear Sirs: I wish to forward you ■
appear to be a good deal discouraged
statement of my case. Eczema ap
A moderate estimate condition of things in Nebraska as
over their defeat.
peared three years ago and since then
places the expenses of Spain on this deplorable, and all in their section
I have tried all kinds of remedies for
the cure of the disease and had given ,
A ll the five Central American re score at $50,000,000 and the insurrec were anxious to get away.
up all hope of ever being cured. At
last I was told to try Hood’s Sarsapa- I
publics are now banded together for
The best paying black sand beach
rilla and Hood’s Olive Ointment. I
did so and I am happy to say that
aD offensive and defensive alliance, it was when the first Spanish troops mine that has been discovered on this
were sent to overcome it.— Atlanta
I Am Cured
consolidated diplomatic and consular
coast is near the Port Orford light of that dreadful
skin disease. I have
service and inter-state free trade.
house The claim when first discov
taken sixteen bottles of Hood’s Sarsa
parilla and used five boxes of the Oint
TheCorinto incident was wonderfully
ment. I would have written before
P robably no one has hit nearer the ered, nearly forty years ago. was yel
but I wished to wait until I was confi-
educational and will prove cheap at facts about the Corbett-Fitzsimmons low with gold for over twenty feet in
fight than the St Louis Star Sayings:
“It is probably true that Fitzsim paid $200 a day to the man. The
dent the disease would not return
T his is the third time that Win. mons does not want to fight. But it claim is being worked this year for
again. It has not and I can say I am
O. Bradley has run for governor on is equally true that Corbett did not the fourth time by leasers. The sand
perfectly cured. I gladly recommend
Hood’s Sarsaparilla.” A rthur J. I
the republican ticket in Kentucky. want Fitzsimmons to fight and that is thrown on a grizzly, carried over
M enday , Woodland, Washington.
The first time he reduced the demo the fellows who had agreed to put up amalgamated plates to catch the gold,
Hood’s Pills do not purge, pain or gripe,
cratic majority from 75,000 to 30,000. the purse didn t want either Corbett and over mohair cloth to catch the but act promptly easily and efficiently. 25c.
The second time he made another or Fitzsimmons to fight, and there platinum, which is worth $4.50 an
big gain, and now this, the third you are.”
time, be has been chosen to be the
Richard J. Vincent, the boy who
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Christian Cowley started for his
Dec reuse of Drinking.
has nearly completed a trip around home in Klamath county Wednes
The statement was made by Miss the world without a cent of money day.
S tate censuses have been taken this Frances E. Willard, in her address passed through the state last week.
Mrs. Wagner and Mrs. Giltner of
year by Massachusetts, Michigan, before the Baltimore convention of He started from New York two years Forest Grove, visited over Sunday
this city with the former's daugh
Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota, and the W. C. T. U., that “men who ago and was then 13 years old. He in
ter, Mrs. Nellie Wirtz.
the aggregate increase in population drink liquor drink less of it, and has been all through Europe, the
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bedwell were
of these five states since 1890 is found more men do not drink at all, than Oriental countries, the islands of the in Monmouth a part of this week, at
to be 971,880. This percentage ap in any previous year.” And her Pacific, and has now only to make the bedside of Mr. Bedwell's sister,
plied to the whole country would statement is literally true; for it is a the trip across his native country to who is very sick.
A stabbing affray tool; place at a
give an increase in the past five years fact that the consumption of spirit reach home again. He had a big dance ball four miles north of North
of 7,500,000, so that it is safe to place uous liquors has not for years past, bundle of press notices, passes, Yamhill, near Mr. Beck's, Saturday
the present population of the United increased proportionately with the recommendations, autographs and night. Young Beck, a son of A. IL
Beck, was the victim and a man
States at 70,000,000.
increase in the population of the pictures of prominent personages, named Doney did the stabbing.
but no money. He speaks a dozen Some quarrel arose over the dancing
U pon the face of the returns dem Miss Willard’s summary of the rea different languages and is a bright and Doney drew his knife and cut
ocratic papers will be able to figure
sons for this proportional decrease in lad with plenty of nerve, to say Beck severely about the hip making
out decreased republican majorities drinking is interesting. She says nothing of cheek. It is said of him a bad flesh wound. We understand
in some of the states, compared with that “steam and electricity, machin that he never misses a meal nor pays Doney was arrested and had his trial
in McMinnville. Doney is said to be
a year ago. It looks that way in ery and invention, have put level a cent.
the man that got a license to marry
New York and Pennsylvania if the
a girl, and married the girl's sister
heads at a premium. In the widen
on the same license.
vote is not considered, but in both
ing field of athletics, alcoholic stimu
Wm. H. McLean vs Wm. Smith,
states the republicans cast a larger
lation is discountenanced. The bi Herald. He is not large, being about an action to recover $16 wages, was
per cent of the total vote than last cycle is the most influential temper five feet nine, and weighing about tried before Justice A. D. Runnels,
year. There are not even straws for ance reformer of the age. The sci 190 pounds, and has a ruddy com Friday afternoon. McLean was rep
the democracy to grasp at.
resented by J. A. Buchanan, and
ence, civilization and religion of the plexion, indicating perfect health. Smith,
by W. T. Vinton of McMinn
times check the drinking habit in
ville. It was well contested on both
A compromise has been effected in
and can shoulder a CO pound, 30 foot sides, and lasted from two o’clock till
the Manitoba school controversy, by
All of which is correct; and Miss railroad rail which weighs 1800 seven o’clock, p. m. Judgment was
■which parochial schools may be re
against the defendant for
Willard has placed the most potent pounds. Often, to convince his given
$10.94 and costs of the action.
opened, but must be supported en
agency first. Of all the factors pro
tirely by Catholics, and those who
moting clear headsand strong brains has placed two men, weighing 200 S. Howorth & Co., the druggists, will
patronize such schools will be ex
pounds each, or thereabouts, on a
empt from taxation for the mainte in the present generation, those re chair and grasping it by the rounds tell you that no one is better qualified to
judge of the merits of an article than the
nance of the public school system.
in one hand, lift both men bodily into dealer, lyecause he bases his opinion on
This arrangement is said to be satis may be put foremost. We believe mid air. He had great strength the experience of all who use it. For
factory to both the Protestants and that there are not far from a million when a boy and practiced lifting this reason they wish us to publish the
men in the employment of the rail
the Catholics, and yet it is in reality
road corporations in the United heavy weights until now he can lift remarks of other dealers about an article
only a begging of the question, with
and a large portion of them almost a tor,. His chest expansion which they handle. Messrs. C. F. Moore
the certainty that it will come up
& Co., Newberg, Ore., say: “We sell
hold places of responsibility, involv is about 7i inches. By this expan
again in the near future.
more of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
ing duties which can be performed
all others put together, and it al
leather belt placed about his chest,
W e always enjoy paragraphs like only by men of steady sobriety. An and can perform feats of strength ways gives good satisfaction.” Mr. .1. F.
this in the democratic press, the one intemperate man in any of these that really rival the most famous Allen, Fox, Ore., says: “I believe Cham
berlain’s Cough Remedy to he the best I
below being from the Roseburg Re places might at any time destroy life strong man.
have handled.” Mr. W. H. Hitchcock,
view. Nothing stirs up the Tammany and property, and the railroad cor
Columbus, Wash., says: “Chamberlain’s
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
tiger like a religious republican meet poration that had many such men in
Cough Remedy sells well and is highly-
ing and the singing of the doxology:
Mayor Sutro of San Francisco has praised by all who use it.”
But it is not the railroads alone
Pulpit politics is flourishing again
joined the Salvation Army as an hon
and the democratic party is catching
hail Columbia from every narrow gence among employes. In the other orary member
Bones has completed the
minded preacher in America who great modern industries in which
The 80th birthday anniversary of
•wants to establish a government of machinery is used, in factories, mills, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the pioneer summary of his rolls, and below is given
It will be observed that
the people by his particular church.
In New York city the other Sunday foundries, printing offices, the build of the movement for woman's rights, Yamhill county makes a specially fine
evening, a republican mass meeting ing trades, electric works, water was celebrated in New York on the showing on wool, wheat, oats, hops,
was held in Memorial Methodist navigation, and many more, in all of 15th, by the national council of apples and potatoes.
church at which Mayor Strong presi which millions of men are engaged, women.
ded and Police Commissioner Roose
Males over21............................. .
velt made the principal speech. At
“ under 21 and over 10. .
the close of the speeches, the mayor is essential to the conduct of business. recent elections have cleared the “
had the congregation rise, sing the The clerks and salesmen in the great political sky, and, I believe, fairly
doxology and be dismissed. And stores of our cities must always be open a way for the nomination of Females
over 18 and upwards .
this is free America in the 19th sober men. In every pursuit of our Major McKinley. He will be heartily
under 18 and over 10. .
under 10 years............
times, in all the professions, intemp supported by the delegation from
erance is a barrier to success. The Ohio, and, I trust, will be nominated Total females...........................
T he democratic party is greatly
Total males and females
man of drinking habits, the tippler, and elected.”
demoralized and discouraged by the
of wool .
Lord Dunraven charges fraud Pounds
is pretty sure to be “blacklisted”
Sneep and goats ................
result of last week's elections. It is
wherever he goes. Even employers against the New York Yacht Club in Hogs.............................................
true they did not expect to win very
who drink on occasions themselves connection with the recent Defender- Horses.........................................
many victories or carry many north
will not employ men who have the Valkyrie races. Among other things Cattle...........................................
ern states, but looking back to the
Dunraven says the Defender was Acres under cultivation. . .
defeat of a year ago and trying to
wheat raised during pre
The industrial world has been en surreptitiously overballasted.
ceding year............................. 848,451
view it in the light of accident or
tirely revolutionized in fifty years. endeavors to throw the blame for Oats raised.................................. 614,540
temporary reverse, they hoped to
It is by taking account of the method the collision on the American boat. Barley and rye..................... .
regain something of the lost ground
Collector Wise of San Francisco is Corn
under which the chief industries have
Tons of hav.........
and discover new signs of hope for
been organized within a generation, about to make the most complete cen Pounds of flax seed.................
the future which should be a guiding
largely through the uses of mechan sus of the Chinese population of that
star to rally their straggling forces
butter and cheese
ism, that we can best account for the city ever taken. All who have not
for the greater contest of 1896. In
certificates will be arrested and Bushels of potatoes.................... 97,354
stead of realizing this modest but lessening of the drinking habit. We
do not overlook the influences of ath brought before the United States
prunes and plums...
sanguine hope, they are treated to a
letics or of bicycling, much less that court, and those who cannot produce Note.—The census of 1890 gave a coun
second edition of the slump of a year
of the moral agencies; but above any certificates will be sent back to ty population of 10,692. Increase in five
ago, in the loss of Kentucky and
Maryland from the list of sure dem other influence, we reckon that of the
On the 10th inst. at Chicago John
new industrial forces and systems.
ocratic states. There is absolutely
D. Rockefeller was named a practical The healing properties of De Witt’s
no hopeful outlook for the democrat To bring the matter down to its
is just like this: anarchist at a meeting of the Chicago Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It
ic party, no consolation nor induce
When you touch a man's pocket, you socialist labor party, and the Chicago cures eczema, skin affections and is sim
ment except for the type who can
in effect touch the nerve which con university was named the Chicago ply a perfect remedy for piles, Rogers
find it in waging eternal warfare
trols his appetites. When men un standard oil university. The appli Bros.
against the invincible powers of des
derstand that the line of advance cation was made by Jesse Cox, a
tiny. Disintegration must follow,
ment to prosperity and wealth is local attorney, in a speech, during
because there is neither hope nor co
Miss Ollie Bailey, who has been
along the path of sobriety, he will the progress of the meeting held on
hesive principle to bind up its shat
eschew the drink habit.
The West Twelfth street, in commemora visiting friends here the past month,
tered fragments. There is no longer
returned home to Portland last Fri
modern revolution in industry, the tion of the execution of Spies, Par day.
a solid south. The free trade slogan
dawning of the mechanical age, is a sons and their comrades. Mr. Cox
Mrs. Mary Longdon has sold her
that for so many years served as a
business factor which is lending said ther were two kinds of anarch property here to Mr. Aren burg, the
rallying cry has become the signal
ists in this country. One was the blacksmith. She will return to her
efficient aid.— Toledo Blade.
of dissension. The times are such
kind that looked forward to the time husband in southern Illinois.
Miss Kirkwood and Mr. Bronson
that the party can no longer face two
One of the principal society events when there would be no government,
ways on the money question. It of the year, second in interest and and when men would live together as were visiting with Prof. Magers and
wife last week.
cannot raise the cry of reform, be magnificence only to the recent Marl brothers. The other was the kind
Vacation in the schools this week.
cause it is the party in power and borough-Vanderbilt alliance, was the that never counseled throttling the Prof. Magers has gone before the
marriage of Miss Pauline • Payne
has shown more need of reform than Whitney to Mr. Almeric Paget, law, but which took the law by the state board of ed ucation to pass ex
talent for work in that line. The j which was celebrated in New York throat and choked it whenever the amination for a life certificate. We
wish him success.
fact is, the democratic party is dead city on the 12th, in the presence of a occasion demanded. There was only
Miss Jessie Gentry is now about
this time, and the estate will be ad
dluding President Cleveland and Sec
ministered upon by other parties in retaries Lamont and Herbert. Paget was applauded to the echo. On the
Miss Arenburg's brother, who is
the next campaign.
The element is a wealthy Englishman, witn large right of the speaker’s desk an Amer late from the east, is visiting rela
that is in favor of promoting and interests in St. Paul, Minn., which ican flag was gracefully folded, and tives here.
protecting American industry, of will be their home.
on the left a red flag belonging to a
There are a good many reasons why
standing for American rights in our
In the sunny south where blue-grass I German society was displayed. The you should use One Minute Cough Cure.
dealings with other nations, and in
meeting was presided over by Oscar There are no reasons why you should
favor of sound and safe money for A paradox is born;
Neebe, one of the anarchists whose not, if in need of help. The only harm
the people, will fall to the republican The corn is full of kernels and
sentence to life imprisonment was less remedy that produces immediate
commuted by Governor Altgeld.
results. Rogers Bros.
The colonels full of corn,
In DRESS GOODS, HOSIERY,
UNDERWEAR and NOTIONS.
“I Am Cured”
Cloaks, Capes, Mackintoshes
Are going fast, and this is likely to be a
short season. We do not expect to buy
any more, unless there should be an un
0 lh '
A Little List
“< Little Prices
—ON GBO< HUIES AT—
J. P. IRVINE & SON S
FOR 30 DAYS.
We have decided to commerce our Annual 30 Dav Sale to-
dav and tore vou a chance to lay in your winter's supplies and
save money. We buy with cash, therefore quote you some
prices, which are all right for cash only.
00 35 lbs No. 1 beans................... 11
20 lbs granulated sugar
1 00 . 5 long-bar Toilet Soap
21 lbs extra C..................
1 00 3 lb pkg Gobi Dust................
4% lbs green coffee No. 1
1 00 3 cans Tomatoes
4 lbs good Roast
75 3 cans Corn
1 l<ox Irvine’s Savon Soap
M 50 lbs best Liverpool Salt
10 bars Savon.......................
20 lbs No. 1 Rice........... . .
Syrup per keg (5 gal )........... o 1 25 Best Table Peaches per can.
Syrup, best Rock Candy 5 trai 15 Field’s Oysters, 2-lb can
25 Corn Starch, 3 for................
4 lbs Soda...............................
1 15 The Boss Bread of tbe county
Case oil per can................
8 loaves for........................
Fill 5-gal Jacket
We have also a nice line of Crockery and Glassware, which
we offer some good prices on.
J. P. IRVINE & SON.
is kept full by weekly arrivals.
We are showing New Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods at the lowest prices ever
5 New Rubber Goods, Oil Clothing
® ® *
Remember if your Shoes are out of style or ill
shaped it lends the same appearance to the rest of your wear
ing apparel, no difference how nice or how late style. I have
all the Late Shapes : YALE, PICADILLO and RAZOR
TOES, and they will fit you and wear and the prices will be
the lowest. Sign of the Big Boot.
9 doz. Kid Gloves
lu Black and Tans, our own importation.
Are guaranteed, and to introduce them
we will sell at $1.00. Are worth more
NEW FALL STOCK
Our Stock is kept complete of the best
goods manufactured. Just now we are
introducing the Gold Medal School Shoe,
said to be the best on earth to wear.
Men’s and Boys' Boots
The public is cordially invited to call and inspect the many
Seasonable Attractions and Novelties.
The Best, Largest and Most Up To Date Lines of
CLOTHING anil DRY GOODS
SHOES and HATS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods
Large Line of Men’s, Ladies’ and Boys’ Mackintoshes
In Great Variety of Styles and Price.
These goods were bought early for spot cash, and we are
able and willing to give customers the advantage of better
prices than they can obtain elsewhere. Quick sales and small
profits will be our motto.
30 Days' Sale
In Our’s, if you please.
X X X X
Our annual sales last the whole year, begin
ning January ist and ending December 30th, each
and ever}7 year as long as we are in business. We
are not willing to admit that we have been robbing
our customers eleven months to enable us to sell
at less then cost one month. We sell at the very
lowest possible living profit the year round. We
have no pets. We sell at one price to all. We
make no distinction between cash and 30-day cus
tomers. We carry nothing but strictly first-class
goods. We have no cheap cholera-infected sugar
to sell at 20 pounds for one dollar, or any other
cheap, inferior goods to raise a boom with. Our
motto is pure goods, full weight and strictly hon
est dealing with all.
Millsap & Cook,
The old Mossback Dealers in Lumber and Groceries.
OI It <1. CUBING LIST.
We have special arrangements with
the following leading publications,
whereby we are able to offer them in
connection with our own at exceedingly
low rates, as follows: The R eporter
Weekly Inter Ocean...................................... $1.35
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly........ 1.75
•Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly . 1.2á
New York Tribune, weekly............................ 1.25
«The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
the most practical and useful publication
on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
The supreme court of Illinois has
just rendered a decision touching
the legality of the Australian ballot.
It was a contested case over a county
school superintendency. The court
holds that the intention of the voter
must control. It is not absolutely’
required that the voter shall; make
a perfect “X” in the center of the
circle or square opposite the candi
date’s name, but that when a mark
is made which clearly indicates the
voter's intention, tbe vote must be
counted for the candidate or party.
Sore throat. Any ordinary case may
ba cured in one night by applying Cham
berlain’s Pain Balm as directed with
each bottle. This medicine is also fa
mous for its cures of rheumatism, lame
back and deep-seated and muscular
pains. For sale by 8, Howorth & Co ,
Ex-Senator Thurman of Ohio is
recovering from his severe illness.
A Neat Restaurant
A Good Meal
Our store will be closed Thursday, Sept. 19th, and
Saturday, Sept. 28th, until 6p. in.
All kinds of Fine,
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
All kind,of Watel.es Clock,
and Jewelry for sale at
hard times prices.
—N E W—
Jewelry Store * * *
W. G. HENDERSON.
C ity S tables ,
(Third Street, between E and F.)
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
s. WILSON, manager.
Everything first-class. Horses board id by day, week or month. Commercial
Travelers Conveyed to all pointe at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR.
by introduction of the
most modern machin
Always up to the times.
All work Guaranteed.
Prices always reasonable.
ARE WHAT MAKE
ATTRACTIVE AND POPULAR.
Candies, Fruits and Nuts of the
Cigars and Tobacco.
T. fl. White,
South Side Third Street.
The 12th inst. was Chicago day at
the Atlanta exposition. The pro
gramme had been arranged for a
military parade, which was to be led
by the Fifth regiment of infantry.
United States army. Col. Koch,
whose command is 'stationed here
was ready to lead his men. when
the governor of the state of Illinois
put in his veto. John P. Altgeld
said he would not ride in any parade
in which the federal troops were part
of the parade, anc, inasmuch as it
was Chicago day, and the presence
of John P. Altgeld as governor was
desired, the troops were left at home,
and John P. Altgeld rode in the
Of the approaching winter is that Hodson has
put in stock a fine lot of Heating Stoves. They' will
be sold cheaply.
This is the hunting season. As a result Hodson
has a large supply of ammunition of the very best
quality. It will pay' you to buy’ of him.
. The best plow for the least money is what is de
sired, as a result Hodson has just such a plow.
14-Hoe Drill, $70
Eire Lighters, 25c.
O. O. HODSON.