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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1898
A HI MBliH Of Oa'.WEV'N FLEET.
Write« Io Hollier Just
t . S. 8. Petrel, Hong Kong, Chin*.
8UB8CRIFTION PRICE »2.00 PER YEAR.
Ono Dollar It paid In advance, Btnglenumberaflvecents.
A Ticket that Challenge» the Vote*
ot all Intelligent People.
sured bv the government to the laborer««
the fruit of his toil and to the farmer as th«
price of his crop. We condemn the contiu
ued agitation of free silver as calculated tn
jeopardize the prosperity of the country ami
to shake the confidence of the people in the
maintenance of a wise financial policy; we
particularly condemn as unpatriotic the ef
forts of the free stiver agitators to array claw»
against class and section against section; »«
declare that the interests of all classes and
of all sections of our country alike demand
a sound and stable financial system
" ll’liile we deplore war. we have the ut
most confidence in our president and his
advisers to prosecute the war with Spain tor
the Nation's Imilor and humanity in a just
ami equitable manner, and send greeting
and our quota of able-bodied men to assist
in the noble work of defending our country
against a nation that ha« so grossly insulted
our country and Hag bv blowing up our Gal
lant Maine and wantonly murdering 265 of
our noble sons. >ind proven itself a nation
worse than savages ami barbarians in the
government of people under ita control.
" He are firmly attached to the principles
of the federal constitution; we recognize that
representative government is one ot the»«
principles, ami we are opposed to any change
in lew or constitution which will abrogate
this tino-honored principle.
" lie are in favor of retrenchment and re
form in state and county matters
We demand strict economy in public af
fairs, and tho abolition of nil needless office*
"We instruct our representatives to use all
honorable means to reduce the salaries of
state and county officers wherein the salary
is excessive of labor performed.
• " ‘VV
<111 <>> si ■ i 0.1 to 41».»
We b uGiriti
to the princi
ples of the republican patty of the United
States, ns enunciated by the Republican
convention in 81. Louis in 1896.
"We denounce tbe fusion party of Oregon
as an aggregation of spoilsmen, who are rea
dy to subordinate principles to offices. Each
or the parties to this compact is willing to
stultify itselt and form alliances with ele
rnents which it ba» heretofore denounced as
dangerous and unfit to be intrusted with
power: we declare that good government
cannot come from such an alliance."
A full representation of 171 delegatee
was present at the republican convention
L uder above date, Duncan Harris, a
on Saturday. John Crawford was elected
McMinnville boy, writes to bis parents. chairman, and E. II. Woodward secre
Captain Wyatt Harris and wife of this tary, and N. D. Elliott assistant.
city, some interesting facts concerning
Committees wero appointed as follows
the war situation and the complications I On credentials, C. P Yates, Sam Buell,
which exist in foreign waters.
Wm. Chrisman, D. W. Laughlin and J.
“We are etill here and are ready for C. Ilod eon
any emergency that may arise from the
On permanent organization and order
disputed questions between the United of business, J. II. Flower, H. D. Bur
States and Spain. Last night a telegram dette, W. L. Ladd, H. Hewitt and Jas.
came to Hong Kong stating that Spain McCain.
would make large concessions and cease
On platform, Clarence Butt, W. T.
hostilities in Cuba, and it caused a great Vinton. Geo. Dorsey, H. H. Graves and
deal of indignation all over the squadron ; H. F. Bedwell.
but I do not thiuk the government will
Precincts named their committeemen
accept 'blood monoy’ in consideration for as follows:
266 mon who gave their lives in the coun
try’s service aud who were ready at any Amity—II, O. Jones.
Baker Creek—W. T. Vinton.
time to uphold the nation’s honor at. the
—D. B. Kingery.
cost of their lives. It seems impossible.
Carlton—F. M. York.
Arbitration is all right in its proper place
Checowan—A. D. Runnels.
but I do not believe that atouement for
Dundee—M. M. Edwards.
wholesale slaughter and murder of inno
—J. B. Handley.
cent people should be made in that man
East Dayton—E. A. Alderman.
ner; it looks to mo like giving that many
West Dayton—D. V. Olds.
lives for a consideration of dollars.
Thero is not a man in theAsiatic squad I Lafayette—It. P. Bird.
North Yamhill—H. Stott.
ron, from the highest to the lowest rank,
North McMinnville—J. F. Galbreath.
who is not willing, ready and anxioua to
South McMinnville—J. E. Magers.
get at tho Spaniard«. Thoy have a fleet
North Newberg—H. J. Littlefield.
of 13 ships at the Philippine Islands, and
South Newberg—C. A. Butts.
we are only five, but there is no one who
North Sheridan—H. H. Graves
fears the consequence. The captain told
South Sheridan—G. W. Iiitoe.
us tonight that if any of us hail any busi
Willamina—E. F. Lamson.
ness to settle up or letters to write to
The work of nominating then began.
Willamette—C. S. Williamson.
write them immediately, a« no one knew
For state senator J. B. David aud W. A.
what minute we would get orders to get
Howe were named. Howe won on the
out of hero. I d any event if war was de- I Whiteson—E. M. Garrison.
first ballot by a vote oi 110 to 61.
dared we would have to get out of this
For representatives the names of J. P.
port, Prof. J. H. Ackerman, republican
port inside of 24 hours.
Irvine, Phil. Witbyoombe, C. A. Butte
We learned last Sunday that the .l/ips
and E. F. Lannon were placed before
bad Cred on the Russians at Port Arthur to tbe convention along the lines in
tbe convention. Mr. Lamaon was nomi
but have heard nothing since. All the
nated on tbe second ballot, and Mr.
English fleet is going north. Their big
Butt on tho third.
crack battleship Victorious came in here
For sheriff W. G. Henderson was nom
this morning. She is England's latest the following precinct nominations were inated by T. B. Henderson of Amity,
aud largest battleship anil I declare I
North Yamhill, Checowan and Carl and John Venable by A. V. R. Snyder.
would not be afraid to match the Oregon
The vote stood 150 to 24 iu favor of Hen
against two of her class. There were ton—H. V. Stott, justice-, T. M. Laughlin, derson. Thero was an error in the
some wild rumors and a great deal of
Venable’s name was withdrawn and
speculation caused by seven strange tor
nomination made by acclamation.
pedo boats coming slowly into tho har D. M. Dorsey, constable.
For clerk, the candidates were Ivan
The 4 McMinnvilles—W. C. Powell,
bor and not stopping or making any sig
Daniel, D. V. Olds, A. E. McKern, J. H.
justice; A. M. Dee, constable.
nals last night. A picket boat left the
The Newbergs—J. K. Wright, justice ; Nelson and II. C. Patty. The first ballot
English battleship Ceuturion to see who
stood, Dauiel 11, Olds 37, Patty 8. Me- ‘
H. R. Morris, constable.
they were, but before the picket boat
Kern 60, Nelson 58. The third ballot
got within hailing distance, all seven of
stood, Nelson 101, McKern 55, Olds 15.
follett, justice; — Ray, constable.
them were gone and all (bat could be
Amity Diet.—T. J. J ell ¡son, justice; Nelson was declared the nominee.
seen of them was several streaks of foam.
For county judge, David Stout, 8. K.
J. M. Umphlet, constable.
The picket boat came back and said that
Baxter, R. P. Bird, H. II. Winslow and
it was some of the harbor tugs, but we
following report of committee on cre A. D. Runnels were named. Bird was
all knew better and 60 did they. The
nominated on the third ballot by the
Centurion left for the north this morn Aiultv—W R Brown, Tbeo Jeffrie«, 0 M Allen, following vote: Bird 93, Winslow
ing. The English seem to think they Burt Wolf.T B Huudersoa, J LL»dd, F B Fersu Baxter 3.
will have a walk-over with Russia, but I «on,
Baker Creek—Ja« McCain. Al Snvder, T N
For recorder Noah Phelps and J. G.
Jo, Drapor, Wm Wass, II M Daniel. JE
am of the opinion that she will get sadly Willis.
Noll W T Vinton,
Hadley were the candidates, and the
‘left.’ There is a Russian battleship Bellevue—J J Heudanuu. I N Branson. J W former was nominated by a vote oi 118
kinds of watches, Clock»
AU kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH'S All and
here, the Navarin, about 11,000 tons, Gant,
Carlton—D W Laughlin. S E M‘s«lnger, Fred tool.
Week ending May 3d :
Roberts, J I.lndbeig F .M York, .1 F Howland,
hard times prices.
old Watches re
; A H Trobaugh et ux to Union Sav-
J A Winnerberir. J J Bateman by F M York.
M. U. Gortner, D. O. Durham, O. O.
torious has, and her secondary battery is Checowan—M F. Bedwell. T M Lauahlln, Abe Rhude and Win. Manning wanted treas
paired and made
( ¡Dg & Loan Assn lot 5 blk 12 Fal-
Blackburn, O O Rhude by D M Srurth, Wirt
Laughlin, Alt Smith, Win Laughllu, G I. Row urer, and Mr. Rhude got it on the sec
I cotier’s 1st add to Sheridan. .. .$ 775 simply awful, there being 12 otie-pound- land.
to run as good
ers in each fighting top, aud the 3, 0 and Dundee—F T Keys, Dr A Mills, Z T lulls. R C ond ballot.
as new at
I Alexander Reid to G W Wcolett
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
30 12-poiindors and machine guns around Crosby.
! a pt E Ford dlct4r4.........
J. M. Yocotn got assessor on the first
East Dayton—J T Gowdy, J M Crawford. Gao
her decks seem countless. She has in Dorai-y
E A Alderman. J H Fk war, E Seas*, A ballot, the others namod being J. L.
i W L Robertson et ux to R W H
her main battery 4 13-inCb, 10 8-inch, 8 II Westertleid. J B Stilwell.
Smith % int in w hf blk 5 Des-
Ladd and C. F. Daniels. The vote was
West Daytou—f! R Baxter, JW Fletcher, JC
«00 6-inch and I do not know how many 1 Nicholls,
kin’s 2nd add to Newberg ..
James Reid, Martin Miller, B V Old«, Yocom 104, Ladd 44, Daniels 27.
ando-inch rapid-fire guns. She is pro A P Fletcher, John Jones.
J T Smith toR W H Smith lot 5
For commissioner Amos Nelson, 1. N. .
Fairlawn—W H Young. John Handley, M
tected by 24-inch armor. Italy also has Thurber,
Rural Homes No 2, also % int in
I N Collard, C J Taff, M Aedarsou, G W Branson and C. T. Long were nominated.
L. E. WALKER, Proprietor.
a very powerful cruiser out here, hjt I Keene, H Robinson.
its 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 blk 16 Ed
Lafayette—M O Lownsdale, R P Bird, RCHen- The vote was, Branson 85, Nelson 78,
ry, A H Denny, F JCanfleld, P p Old«, A N Long 5.
looo think sheonly wants the leavings after r-anghlln,
ward’s add to Newberg.........
II D Burdett, Thos H Fraser.
the others get what they want of China.
E J aud C V Kuykendall to T P
Fresh and Cured Meats.
North McMinnville—S Wilson, E C Walker, F
E. V. Littlefield for superintendent, C.
I. Roger«, Jacob Wortman, GWHcn-
Johnson 1 a in Yamhill Co.......
Garden Seeds in Package and Bulk.
dershott, John Willis, J W Iralllncer, Andrew E. Branson for surveyor and T. B. Cum
Nan, south of here, and the German’s at Martin.
J B Riley et ux to A II Robinson
mings of Newberg for coroner,were nom
Highest price paid for Poultry and Produce.
South McMinnville—Wm Cbrisuiaa. J C Pan
Kia Chan, the Russian’s at Port Arthur ning
lots 10, 11, 12 and 13 and n hf Its
on, G S Wright, J O Kogers. J W Gault, CF. inated by acclamation.
Hides and Tallow bought.
Branson, Frank Olds, J E Brooks, E N Ford, J G
100 and Tallie Wan, and the English seem to Eckman,
9 aud 14 Dayton........................
W P Holman,
be looking all over the field for choico North Newberg-
H J tittlellsld, J G Hadley, L
J W Henry, sheriff, to Kelly,Mar«
M Parker. E 11 Woodward, J K Wright, J II Dav
& Co pt It 1 blk 3 McMinnville . 048 places to 'swipe,' and the Japs are hang id, F E Hobson, Henry Morse, Albert Heater. J
ing out around home. We learn there is II Rees. J L Myers, by H J Littlefield.
L. F. Hall and wifn are visiting in
3 AW 9
| I A T Thomas et ux to T Dahl and S
South Newberg—C A Brut, T B Cumming*. JC Portland.
one Russian ship lying in the entrance Hodson,
J B Mount, Wm Thomas, Noali Heater,
Pheister 39.05 a sec 19 t 2 r 3
B Wilson, Jesse Edwards, N D Elliott, W U
to Nagi lake and the Japanese fleet inside C Robertson,
Meaaleft and mump« are giving our
J W Henry, sheriff, to S C Belnt
W F Edwards.
Yamhill—C Obye, H P Moore, J Morris, town a call then« day«.
lots 1 and 2 blk 12 Whiteson
Stott, 8 Brenner.C C Perrine,C R Brown,
ft is believed in our squadron that we HV
North Sheridan—Isaac Daugherty, Marlon
U S to TN Faulconer 160 a sec 4
Born, to the wife of J. W. Barrie, a
will make some kind of a move witbin Lady,
H II Graves, E H Taylor, J A Huston, A J
Pat the next two or three days.”
Bewiy, W Tyler Smith by 8 Potter, J M Yocum, eon, on the 29th of April.
J W Bewiy.
J G Wisecarver to T A Shelton 22
LARGEST CIRCULATION - OF
The public school will clone with ap
South Sheridan—C P Yates. 8 Potter, Sam Bu
Departure of Separatee*, B.
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ell, J M Chmmau. G W Bl bee by J M Chapman,
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exercises on the 19th of May.-
A number of tbe good ladies of Mc Willamina-H Z Foster, W H Devore,OEHIgh
It is radically Republican, advocating J»J*But it can always be relied on
G P and V K Skelton to C W Skel
entertainment on last
the cardinal doctrines of that party for fair and honest reports of all po- m
land. Guy lamson, A Dundas, Dan Savage. W
ton 40 a sec 31 t 2 r 2 .............. 4301
Mendenhall, Cha« Fuqua, E Clemens, C Green. Thursday whb well attended and enjoyed
with ability and earnestness.liticai movement:j«c*j*.*jt
Ji J* ©
C D Oaborn«, D E Daugherty, R B Sampson. W
J D Tarrant et ux to T B McAd
ams lot in 13.54 at 3 r2........ 2500 parture on Saturday morning's train for Wlllameete—C S Williamson. P H Fowlsr, II
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
Portland, in response to orders from HewlU, J M Kirkwood. A L Wllllamsos.
Miss Clara Hadley is at home, having
THE NEW8AN0 BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
Waat Chehalem—W W Nelaon, A Nelson. G D
| headquarters. The company, recruited Vln'on,
closed a successful school on the Cheba-
For Sale er Trade.
A L Myer«, A T Johnson, E b Flett,
Whiteson—A M Waddel,Charles Chensy, Lse lem mountain.
It It Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Withont a Peer.
A good, well established business in to the full number of 60, more than filled Conner.
McMinnville. Will sell or trade for a
Teruporkry officer« wero made perma
their dcw mountain home on Wednes
The Literature of its columns is
farm near thia city. For further particu for them over night. The greater part nent.
of the citizens of the town arose early
equal to that of the beat maga-
lars inquire at this office.
The resolution« committee reported a« day. Their departure in greatly regret
and hastened to the depot to express follow«:
sines, it is in teres ting to the chil
gool wishes and give their friends a
dren as well as the parents.........
Thousand* are Trying It.
'We the republican voter* of Yamhill
On Friday evening last a pleasant sur
Tn order to prove the great merit of parting shake of the hand. It was an county. Oregon, in convention assembled, prise was tendered Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Ely’» Cream Balm, the most effective cure interesting event, such as comes not often adopt the following portions of the State
HE INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER,
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre in a lifetime in America. It was the fiiatform as applicable to the county of Yam- Frizzel, prior to their departure for Sher
and while it brings to the family THE NEWS OF
idan, where Mr. Frizzel will have charge
pared a generous trial size for 10 cents.
THE WORLD ar.d gi ves its readers the best and ablest
"We congratulate the people of the coun
Get it of your druggist or send 10 cent* to sticking peint—the time when tl.e ser ty ami
of the railroad station.
discussions of all questions of the day, it is in full sympathy
ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City iousness of going to war presents itself on the iinmiatakeable fact that the dark
with the ideas and aspirations of Western peepk and
most forcibly. Mothers, sweethearts and cloud of adversity, which has hung like a
discusses literature and politics from the Western standpoint.
I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind
strong hearted men shed tears of sad pall over our fair land, baa been dissipated.
4 Hendenson’i stable, Mc
Sl.OO-PRiCE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR $1.00
recognize that tbe return of prosperity
cure, but Ely’s Cream Balm seems to do ness as the train moved off, the band We
is due to tberestoratien of tbe Republican Minnville; Saturday, May 7tb. The
even that, M.my acquaintance* have used played and Bugler Warren from the rear [«rty to power
Tint DART AND STHTDAT EDITIONS OP THE
young Clydesdale stallion Prince, raised
WTEÄ 0CEA3 ARE BEST 07 IHxIR KIEL.
it with asoelient results.—Oscar Ostruu i platform sounded the goodbye.
"We are in favor of the mamtenanoe of in Yamhill county.
T. B ird ,
45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill.
FHeeof Daltr hr ran il .............
present gold standard; we are unquali
boys are still at Portland, with a pros- the
Prlee o< Sunday l>y mull
42 OO per
fiedly opposed to the free coinage of silver
Dally and Sanday by mail
i poet of having to go to tbe Philippines to and to all other scheme* looking to the de
cure for catarrh and contains no cocaine,
basement of the currency and tbe repudia
Did yon notice the fine aaaorlment of
mercury aor any injurious drug. Price, take care of Commodore Dewey's cap tion of debt. We believe that the bait mo
50 senu. At druggists or by mail.
Th a Rapo rter ar.d Inter Ocean one year for $1.30.
ney in the world is none too good to be as- fancy crockery at Bettman 4 Warren'at
Cleaned out the whole Spanish Fleet, but
CHICAGO STORE !
-=i Cleans them all
GOODS and PRICES
Jeiuelry Store * * *
B W eekly I nter O cean L?h