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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1898.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »2.00 PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single number, five centa.
HOW THEY St KKnDERED.
guns and ammunition, and then march
Rayai makes the food pure,
Two McMInnnille Boy. Tell the
wholesome and delicious.
The Judicial Work ot the Week.
Story of the Taking and Hold
ing ot manila.
thousand Spanish soldiers here and to
Lieutenant Young in a letter to his for see them come up like a lot of babies and H. Allen ; action for money. Non suit
mer employer, Eleia Wright, writes in give up without a struggle was enough as to Jno H Allen. Continued.
2. J. G. Martin vs The J. M. Russell
terestingly on the above subject as fol to make an enemy ashamed of them.
Gf course it was a good thing for us, but Co., a corporation; action for money.
lows, under date of August 23d:
Non suit by plff. .
“At last we are in Manila after many that many Americans in the same fix
3. R. S. Goodrich vs A. E. Hall; ac
days. We were the first ones in after would be fighting yet. Most of the sol
for money. Continued by consent.
the bombardment. There was a hot
4 Nathaniel Crosier vs W. J. and H.
time here for awhile on the 13th. We are pretty sore and will bear a little
were where we could see all the fighting watching. This is the place a fellow N. Aiderman; action for money. Set
on land and sea, as our regiment was a earns his money, for we have been on tled.
5. W. Zeilimer vs Oswald Grosser;
special body guard of General Merritt. guard every day since we got here and
Co. A had the honor of hoisting the first you may be sure guard duty is no pic action for money. Judgment for plff as
American flag over Manila. I was in nic. Just imagine yourself going on post prayed for in complaint.
6. Jones & Adams vs W. E. and M.
command of the first color guard. After for two hours and off for four for five
the flag was up it was the sight of a life days and you can tell about how sore our E. Walker; action for money. Judg
time to see them come in and lay down feet are and the sleep we have lost. I ment for plff on default against deft but
their arms. We were stationed in front have been all over the old town and am without order to tall attached property.
aovM BAKUM eownt. co., hewvook .
7. Jos. R. Lewis vs C. A. Scott;
of the palace, where the arms were going to try and get over into the new
turned in and they passed in review be town tomorrow if I don’t get on guard ejectment. Demurrer pro forma.
8. The 0. & C. R. R. Co. vs John W.
fore us. The officers were allowed to re again. Prentiss is sick this morning.
tain their swords. Some of them were Thinks he lias malaria,and he don’t miss Smith et al; action to condemn right of
cranky and some were jovial and having it much. 1 am so tired and sleepy I can way. Jury trial. Verdict for plff, dam tered on our roll.
a good time, but the female part of the hardly see to write, and I think I will
Prof. Barzee is again able to take
Spaniards was crazy mad. They would quit for awhile, or until after dinner any demning as per stipulation, money hav charge of his classes.
pass by the flag and shake their fist at how. Chas. Benedict came to see us this
The Y. M. C. A. held their first meet
9. D. M. Osborn 4 Co., a corporation,
it. We haii a pretty hard time after we evening. He belongs to an Idaho regi
Wednesday at one o’clock.
got control of the place, for there were ment, The Spanish women hate us like vs W. C. Arthur; aciiun for money. De
room formerly used by the Y. M.
only nine companies of the regiment poison, and they try to spit on us as we
C. A. is being fitted up for Miss Watson’s
here, and there was so much work to do
none of us could get any rest. I did not dinner and feel better. Am going to fin Milling Co.; action for money. Referred
Among our visitors the past week were
have my clothes off for three days, and ish this and then go to sleep until sup to K. L. Conner to report by first day of Misses Noll, Rummel, Stilwell and Mr.
what little sleep I got was on a marble per time. Am dressed to suit the climate
11. P. A. Bates vs John D. Shearer et E. F. Perkins.
floor with two handkerchiefs for a pillow. today; just have on a light undershirt
The first meeting of the Pliilergian
But things are getting adjusted now, so and white pants. What do you think of
society will be held in their hall tomor
we can get some rest. The other battal
ion has just arrived from Cavite, and we have here now. Our packs are at Cavite action for damage. Motion to strike out
The required work in elocution under
will have it easier now. There are now
Watson is being arranged this week.
three regiments doing what we did with they will come over. There are two to second stipulation. Deft to mako ans The first aud second year preparatory
eight companies. There is lots of work kids in here that, came over with the
and freshman classes have periods on
to do here, for the place is as filthy as a Pennsylvania regiment as mascots. One Dec 27th. Cause continued.
Monday and the sophomores Thursday.
dumping ground would be at home, and of them tried to come w ith us when we
The freshman class met and elected the
there is occasionally a small fight among were in Frisco, but Col. Summers would Murray and John A. Morrison; action following officers: Mr. L. Thompson,
the Spaniards. The last time I was offi n’t let him. He is going to stay with us
president; Miss Ethel Harris, vice-presi
cer of the guard I bad to take a squall of now, and we all chipped in and got him deft Morrison and has leave to file dent; Mr. Geo. McCutcheon, secretary ;
men and go to one of the churches and a suit of clothes and some shoes today,
Miss Maud Hobbs, assistant secretary;
stop a fight. They managed to cut one as he was very near naked. Quit this fendant Morrison to answer on or before Miss Elsie Hobbs, treasurer,
man’s (Spaniard) throat and stab an letter to go over to New Manila. Went
The joint reception of tiie Y. M. C. A.
other up pretty badly before I could stop out after water and when we got up town ed complaint overruled.
and Y. W. C. A. to new students last
them. We didn’t do a thing but charge we ran the cart in a stable and took a
Friday evening was one of the pleasant
bayonets on them. There were about hike. The only way we fellows can see for money. Settled.
at McMinnville college. All
15. M. O. Lownsdale vs A. H. Robin
fifty of them and nine of us. They use anything is to sneak out and then the
were made to feel welcome and the
the churches for storehouses and to sleep epeal is off. If you will remember I wrote
evening will long be remembered, es
in. The priests own and run everything you that they were killing the street car county court.
pecially by the new students.
here. I have been pretty well over the horses here. This, and some other re
Columbus School Notes.
city. They have street cars, or rather ports we got are manufactured lies that tion for money. Default and judgment.
17. W. C. Brown vs G. A. Prentiss;
horse cars. We are stationed inside the some plug fixed up to suit himself. There
Mira Owens ’has discontinued her
action for money. Continued.
walled city. We could not have taken is any amount of grub here. Meat is
studies in the high school in order to at
State of Oregon vs H S Walker; rape. tend college.
the place from land in a hundred years if pretty high but they have rice bread,
they could have kept supplies in here. and there are twenty thousand sacks of Jury trial. Deft found guilty. Sentence
Director Irvine was present at the
There are three walls and a moat clear rice stored in two old churches. The of seven years in the penitentiary and to morning exercises one day last week and
around the walled part of the city, and priests are the ruling faction here and pay costs and disbursements.
gave us a short talk.
the last wall inside is about 14 feet thick. when they come in the presence of a com
Newberg Orchard Association vs J T
The new scholars in the high school
All the gates have drawbridges in front mon Spaniard he has to take his hat off, Osborne. Appeal from justice's eourt. the first of the week were Maud and Lily
uf them, but they were afraid of the Mon and instead of making a cross on his Motion to dismiss argued. Appeal dis Baxter and Firman Nash.
terey, although she never fired a shot, breast as an American does, he makes a missed.
Prof. Duncan and Miss Findley of the
State vs T W Lambert; adultery. Plea Dayton school, were visitors at the Col
but the ones that did made them sick. circle on the top of his head. The band
We could see them smash into the old is playing “Marching Through Georgia,” of not guilty. Motion of deft for contin umbus school last week.
fort every time they shot. The little and they are giving it to us as lively as uance overruled. Jury trial. Verdict
Among our visitors last week were
Callio ran as near the end of the Span they can run it off. Tiie ship Zealandia of guilty. Sentenced to penitentiary for Mrs. Lewis, Miss Rummel, Miss Stilwell,
ish entrenchments as she could get and sails in the morning and we have to get six months and to pay costs and dis Bessie Houck, Osa Roberts, Miss Flor
poured a continual stream of lead and this in the office by 8 p. m. and it is bursements.
ence Akin, Mibs I’ngenkopf.
State vs L Crenshaw; adultery. Plea
steel into them with her rapid fire guns, seven o’clock now. I was on an outpost
The number of scholars enrolled in
while the others were firing on the with some other fellows yesterday and of not guilty. Continued by consent.
Prof. Reynold’s room is 31; Miss Red
we had to parole the town with the po
mond’s, 27; Miss Akin’s, 47; Miss
Heal Estate TranOtrt,
Private Chas. Hoberg writing to his licemen to keep down any racket that
Greene’s, 42; Miss Kingery’s, 36.
father, Rev. Jos. Hoberg, under date of may happen. We arrested eight men
Week ending Sept. 28th :
Oregon Industrial Exposition.
Aug. 19th, gives the situation as he sees and among them was a general from the Mary and W T Macy to Maggie C
insurgent army, who had come over here
whole northwest is going to at
it, in the following language:
Prentiss lot 5 blk 4 Bi bee’s ad to
groat fair at Portland, Sept.
“Will try and give you the history of to spy around. He will very likely be
Sheridan.................................... $ 50
22 to Oct. 22, because it is going to be
our great fizzle. Friday evening, the 12th shot for these Spaniards take no chances. Wm Chapman et ux to J M
we got orders to pack up as we were to Saw a man today from the Minnesota
Chapman 1.20 a in Sheridan .
50 representative of the whole northwest,
and is going to have Bennett’s full mili
start for Manila at 5 o’clock the next regiment who used to know father twen JF Allinger to Reamers & Borchart
morning. We worked until two o’clock, ty years ago in McMinnville. He led the
160 a sec 28 t 2 r 5....................
1 tary band of 32 pieces. There will be ex
hibits of ail kinds, including one sent by
and then slept until four. We got aboard band there. He says he knows Al Sny Patrick Breon to J W Smith 160 a
a boat about 7 a. tn., and pulled out into der, and he named over quite a good
sec25t3r2................................. 1250 the Oregon volunteers from Manila.
There will be pieces of the Spanish war
the stream. Forgot to tell you there were many other fellows from town. His Full & Trunk to Chas and Doris
only eight companies went. We left four name is Sibbets.”
Trunk 174 a t3 r 2 ........................ 6000 ships and of the shells that destroyed
them. Also large paintings of every
companies behind to guard the commis
Russell R Jones et ux to Joe Phil
sary storeB. Well, to keep the thing roll
lips 200 a t 4 r 6...........................
450 battle by sea and land during the recent
Sept. 30, 1898.
war. The Southern Pacific is going to
ing, we pulled out to the fleet and got
L Delashmutt to Francis Delash
passengers to the ex|<osition from
our orders from Gen. Merritt, and then
The following letters remain uncalled
mutt 22*i a t 5 r 6.......................
all points on its lines at one and one-
we went towards Manila about five miles for in the McMinnville postoffice:
Thos II Glover et ux to Jas A
and dropped anchor. At 11 o’clock the Adams Mrs J
630 third fares for the round trip. Don’t miss
Cooper Ml»« Anni .1
battleships came out in line, headed by Baer
W H Funk et ux to J T Funk one-
Davis W E
Davis Sr, Mr
the flagship, Olympia, and tiie fun was Hansen Mr
Newberry W II
seventh int in 136.63 a t4 r5.
on. We were only about a mile from the McClaught J A
Jos Mattey et ux to W J Spooner
Morgan N P
gunboats and two from land. The Olym Miller Lewis
lots 7, 8 & 9 blk 4 Maple Park ad
Lee Landingham of McMinnville visit
Paycrofs J N
pia fired the first shot and the aim was Swartz
100 ed in Whiteson last Wednesday.
Tinkle H B
so good that it killed 30 Spaniards and Wslice Mlw Elvie
Weston H E
Robt Keys tol’1'4 Emma Durant
Mrs. Ernst and Mrs. Saveley moved to
wounded about 40 more. They all went Warlock Edward
pt lot 4 blk 5 Watt’s ad to Amity
5 Portland last week.
into it then except the Monterey, (and
J ames M c C ain , P. M.
W G Henderson, sheriff, to F B
Very mild form of typhoid fever has
she never fired a shot,) and kept it up for
Leonard lot 16 blk 4 Bibee’s add
quite prevalent here for some lime.
45 minutes, and then the white Hag went
L.icen«c« to -'Harry.
to Sheridan .................................
King ot Clackamas county, for
up. They were doing all the shooting at
Sept. 23—S.W.Shortridge, 34, and Nel Sheriff to Esther I Ellis \ int in
a fort about four miles from the town. lie Pike, 21, of Sheridan.
40at3r3.................................... 4.95 merly a resident of this place, has been
in Whiteson for several days, attending
There wasn’t a shot fired into the town.
Sept. 23—G. L. Snlly, 21, and Alice L. W Simmons to Mrs Ellen Pricknrd
After the firing ceased Dewey eent a boat Baxter, 21, of Dayton prairie.
13,650 sq ft in McM....................
1 to business matters and visiting old
in to consult with the Spanish general,
Sept. 24.—J. A. Glover, 27, and Nellie
who said he was willing to surrender but
Miss Edith Percival, accompanied by
Hurley tracts 28, 29 and 5.) Hur
didn't know whether the others were. Harpole, 22, of Whiteson.
ley's subdivision.......................... 969 her mother, moved from Monmouth to
Sept. 26—John Thomason, 34, and L. U S to W II Smith et ux 160 a sec
He seemed to find out pretty quick,for at
Whiteson last Tuesday, preparatory to
2:30 we started for the town and landed D. Merchant, 22, of Carlton.
25t3r2........................................ Pat commencing school next Monday. They
at about 4 o’clock. As we came ashore
will keep house here this winter.
Sept. 27—David Miller, 24, and Lizzie E P Wallace et ux to W L Fisher,
the Spanish on a ship turned on full Christner, 19, of Amity.
<>n Sunday last, Mr. J. A. Glover and
lots 114 12 blk 17 Whiteson ...
steam and run her aground and then set
J II Putman et ux to J II 4 J E
Mias Nellie Har|>ole were united in the
fire to her. It looked pretty to see her
Do you know, that Eleia Wright carries
Putman 40 a sec 19 t 4 r 5.........
250 holy bond of matrimony, and agreed to
burning but it was a pretty big lose. Af a full line of lubricating oils for machin J C Lucas et ux to M Brooklyn lot
walk down life’s pathway together. A
ter we got into company formation, we ery? Owners of valuable harvesting anil
6 blk 4 Newberg ........................
145 miscellaneous crowd composed of old men
marched up to the executive building other machinery cannot afford to exper
and maidens, married women and others
and then the disarming began. I tell iment with poor oils. He carries the best
Edward L. Snowden has l>een up from that wanted to be, young men and kids,
yon, it was the sight of a lifetime to see on the market and they are warranted , San Francisco tiie past week looking with cow bells, tin pans and shot guns,
those men march up and lay down their not to gum.
I after bis farm end town pro|>erty here.
paid them a friendly visit in the evening.
We are showing a Complete Line of
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Made at Home by our best
We can give you goods made in better
shape than any Eastern made goods, and at
8-Day Strike and Alarm.
You can’t afford to do
without a clock when you
can buy an eight-day
striking one that is guar
anteed and has an alarm
to wake you up in the
Remember I keep clocks
from the small nickel
alarm up to the handsome
parlor ornament. Prices
better than you can get
in Portland or anywhere
else, and I am right here
where you can find me to
back up my guarantees.
Wm. F. Dielschneider, Jeweler.
Two Doors below P. O.
Has just received a large line of new and attractive Fall patterns.
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