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Villi ItV, Editer A i*ropr.
Ei'KVIAW, tesnclnlc Editor.
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Place to Ilodt rn Filterprite
liiducett l>> Yankee I in«
M c M innville grange &
New Orleans, “the crescent city"
—“the Paris of America, as it likes
ADVERTISING R (TEH.
Began March ist to reduce the price on every article in the store. $25,000 worth of goods to be
Reading notices in local columns 10 cents per to lie called, has become otic of the
closed out for Cash or Produce, during the next few months, making it a
line for tirsi week and 5 cents per line thereafter. greatest winter resorts of this coutt-
Outplay a«lvertiaements. annual rates, one inch
This is not due alone to its
per month *1 ; each additional inch 50 cents j* r try.
mild climate, but because tourists
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding can always find some novelty there,
10 lines published tr«
if furnished in time to
te current news. Additional matter lOcent’POT something out of the humdrum rou-
It is a city of
<'undulates’ “Cards of Announcement” from tine of ordinary life,
great individuality, not like any
now until the convention, |2.50.
other, and its streets, its population,
FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1900,
its very customs and houses, its
mode of life, and even its cooking
We propose to sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Notions,
are different from anything in Atner
> IH>T IIIMIIKT COMEVim.
Boots and Shoes, Groceries, completely out so as to have nothing to move. We will
lea. Strangers soon note that the
the Burns corner as soon as the building is completed. Bring yonr Cash or Produce
architecture of the houses, and near
A republican convention lor the First con ly everything else that they see, are
and get the best bargains ever offered.
gressional district of Oregon la hereby called to
meet in the city of
riot what they are accustomed to at
McMinnville, Tuesday, April 10th, 1900, home.
It is true that these differ
at lhe hour of 10 a. 111.. for lhe purpose of nomi ences are wearing away, and that
nating a candidate for congress lor the first
congressional district of Oregon, lo select two efforts are being made to bring New
delegates to the republican national convention Orleans in line with other American
and to transact such other business as may
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
properly come before said convention. The con cities in public improvements of all
vention will consist of 163 delegates, apportinned kinds; still radical differences, due
among the several counties oi the district as fol
to the history of the city, to the or ¿“'*0
It igin of its population, to climate and
Clackamas . . ....... 15 Lincoln.
14 other conditions, will always exist
. . 22 to a greater or less degree.
.10 '1 ill uno.ik
5 streets, differently named and with
7 Washington. . .13 the sonorous titles of France and
4 \ ambili
Pon t al ba.
The same being one delegate nt large for each Tchoupitoulas, Carondolet, D Heine
county and one delegate for each 1 t • votes and court, Lapeyrouse, Jumonville—have
fraction thereof of 25 or over, as cast for Hon.
T. T. Geer at the slate election of 1898.
a thoroughly foreign sound; they
look foreign, too, with their “neutral
grounds” or parkways in the center.
Notv is your chance to buy a good Buggy, Surrey, Road Wag
The architecture, particularly that
ons or Spring Wagon—Also Garden City Plotvs. My Stock will be
of the older city, is foreign.
A republican convention lor the state of Ore- history is quaint and romantic—a
gon is hereby called to meet in the city of
moulded past and present—evi
Portland, Thursday, April lath,
at 10 o’clock a m., tor the purple of nominating denced by her French opera, Ro
candidates tor presidential electors, state and man carnival of Mardi Gras, Span
district officers, except congressmen, and of ish architecture, the curios and
electing four delegates at large to the republican
national convention, and to transact such other antique fragments of royal ances
As I contemplate a change in my business.
business as may properly come before lhe con try yet purchasable in the queer
vention. The convention will consist of 33Ó
delegates, chosen by lhe several counties as fol- old second-hand shops of French
quarter where the gay notes of the
' *,_i mingle with
14 fandango of *
. . 15 Malheur........
~ i chorus of the
12 Marion .
.. 5 French
... 6 Morrow .
.70 through the busy streets of the
........... 7 Multnomah ....
4 old-town portion, one
5 ily imagine liimself in a foreign
Heal F.staie Trantleri.
of money that they now pay the pri-1 cause, the belated traveler dashed [
t> ill lam
The inhabitants do business
ALL THESE WATCHES
. 7 I nion ............
Week ending March 14th
for the train. Strangely enough the
... b in the same way that their fathers vale corporation.
......... 3 Wallowa
New Orleans is rich in antiquities nigger porter accorded him respectful
0 \\ MhiDftOO
.13 did before them; they think as their
but turned ashy pale tracts Nos 8 and 9 Hurley's subf
4 Wheeler .........
4 fathers thought, always running in and in old buildings of historical in courtesy,
C Luellan to Jas Hamuett,
4 Yam hill
immediate presence. M acre
Old Spanish Row, built
the same old groove, never progress terest.
No 13 Hurley’s subdi
Without further incident but unable Rosina tract
J Simpson to McMinnville
The mine being oik - delegate-at-large from each ing as Americans do, but selling more than a century’ and a half ago,
c muty, and one delegare tor every 150 votes uuU bananas and macaroni, playing the St. Louis cathedral, 125 years old, to account for the manifest terror
National Bank, lots t and 2 blk
on« lor every fraction over m, cast lor Governor
2 Chandler’s 2<1 add to Me.ll
hand-organ and singing and fooling the famous old French market, the caused by his appearance, the man
Geer at the last state election.
at length reached home. As soon W W Stockton to C T Stockton 80
<1. A. STEEL, Chairman
GRAHAM GLASS, Jr., Secretary.
walking the streets of some ancient hall Henry Clay delivered the only as his wife saw him she fell upon her .8 a pt sec 6 6-5 ........................
et ux to Jno Glass, lots
city under “Campania's azure sky." speech he ever made in Louisiana. knees, and it is said, confessed every B 3, F Lewis
4 and 5 blk 2 Lippincott’s ist
< out mi I tvn .Vleellug.
The spreading palms in the court Then there is the Spanish command-
add to Dayton..........
The republican central committeemen yard, and an occasional black-robed eria, the slave market and many old mirror the mystery was explained, Leroy Lewis et ux to Jno Glass lots
of this county held a meeting at the nun from the convent lends addition residences.
The custom house and and he began to realize the terrible
1 and 2 blk 2 Lippincott's 1st ad
c >urt botiee on Saturday, to fix dates for al weight to the delusion. The older postoffice occupies a whole block of power of a tiger’s eye, especially
to Dayton ..................................
primaries and convention.
Saturday, portion of the city has changed lit ground.
The corner-stone of this when looking out of the face of a R .1 Cooper et ux to Hannali Bond
"Keep time.” Some of them keep it
March 31st, was named for the primar tle since it developed into the grand structure was laid by Henry Clay in man
yjint in 5 a t3 r 2........................
475 so you don't get any of it. They are all
ies, aud Thursday, April fith, for tlie
international mart and exchange 1847. Already more than four mil So much space has been taken up 4 Little Homes subdiv
"right” once a day. Some of them will
convention to elect delegates to the state
150 tell you frequently and correctly when
in portraying these different exam
ami coiigressioiiiil conventions.
Jones for cotton, sugar, and productions lion dollars have been expended upon
they should be sent to the repairer’s. The
Its ples in southern physiognomy that to Eva V Nelson blk 44 Lafay
of Amity moved that basis of represen from up the river, which it has since it. and it is yet unfinished.
tation tat one tielegate for every 12 or remained. Its business excitements, marble hall has been pronounced the it will require additional letters to
400 dollar watch will cost you $5 the first
year for repairs.
You frequently see
fraction of 6 or more voteH cast for Gov seasoned by dissolute pleasure, its finest room in the world. A visit to record interesting features of the Calvin Dixon et nx to Sami Gause
them on display in tlie drug store, hard
ernor Geer, but there being Boiue ob morals and public virtue soft and the city's art galleries and museums sunny south and outside of, and in
146x150 ft Hobson's add to New
ware store, the corner grocery, or the
jection, lie withdrew his motion and a yielding, its inhabitants lavish and will disclose more antiquities than the vicinity of the city of New Or
75 dry goods emporium. Again you see
motion prevailed that it be one for every fond of gaudy shows, but not given are dreamed of.
Relics of past cen
them advertised, and send to some irre
ten votes or fraction of five or more.
Morris n hf blk 13 Edwards add
to the interchange of elevated turies, treasured and guarded with
There wat a good representation, the
1500 sponsible firm, from whom you get a
thought, the whole unhealthy social jealous care, portraits of old buccan T he Virginia legislature has made John Newsom per sheriff to Amos
warrant that does not warrant.
I Plowing gentlemen being present:
Experience brings watch wisdom. We
F. M. York, Carlton; ,1, B. Handley, fabric seeming to rest,like the houses eers, or Spanish navigators, they •June 3, Jefferson Davis’ birthday, a
Nelson 321.90 a secs 8, 9, 16 and
sell reliable watches, at reliable prices,
receptacles of would prefer to be called, clad in a legal holiday in Virginia.
Fairlawn; E. F. Latnson, Willamina; and tombs, the
17 t 3 r 3....................
7° 50 and give you a reliable warrant for which
R. 0. Jones, Amity; Amos Nelson, dead and living, upon the surface garb that would bring forth the ir
Jas McIntosh to W L Allen lots 8
we are reliable.
West Ch» lialem ; Isaac Daugherty, Geo. foundations and behind levees, as reverent chuckle no difference how
bill introduced in the New
55' m . F. D ielschneider & B ro ,,
5V. Bibee ami C. B. Lafollette; Clarence though to defy the deluge.
But tlie hard one tried to look in solemn ad
McMinnville’s Reliable Jewelers.
Butt, Newberg; Abo Blackburn, North powerful influence of yankee inge miration at the scene before him. York legislature
Ferguson lots 5 and 6 blk 4
hat pins over 3 inches long danger Willis add to McMinn................
Yamhill; M. M. Edwards, Dundee; H. nuity is being felt now and new New
Stott, Cbecowen; E. M. Garrison, 5Vhite-
Mrs Mahala F Galyen to A G Col
s tn; Ed Alderman, East Dattou; A. K Orleans is rapidly purifying the seum, labeled with a Spanish name
lins n hf lot 3 and 4 blk to Johns
important to Mothers.
Olds, West Dayton ; ,1. E .Magers and atmosphere of old New Orleans, and long and bristling enough to cut
add to McMinnville....................
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA.
transforming it into a modern Amer- wood, has one foot tied up, as if he
5V. T. Vinton, McMinnville.
A M Peery and wfto Mrs McDavis
a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children,
ean city. But, notwithstanding the had the gout, suggestive of an an the flag over Puerto Rico placed it lot 4 blk 22 Rowland’s add to
and see that it
S ince the first. American troops
landed in the Philippines, 404 have in other parts of America are called scendants might be proud of, and I States have a chance to explain
been killed in action, and 234 have natural, are foreign in New Orleans, have no doubt they are. Otherwise what happened when their presi A correspondent at Modder River i Signature of
died of wounds and accidents, and are bound to remain so. As an they would turn his picture to the dent pulled down the flag in Hawaii. says modern rifles and rapid-fire In Use For Over 30 Years.
guns cover a range of 4000 yards, or j
Deaths from disease have been 819, illustration, water runs away from wall. Then there are others of the
The Kind You Have Always Bought
making a total mortality of 1,52». the river instead of toward it, because old departed pioneers, whose por G es '. M ethuen says a mounted ' over two miles, with a withering,
The only plan,
The wounded who recovered is 2,952. the bed of the Mississippi is higher traits hang stiffly against the wall, man is not safe from Boer sharp blast of bullets.
The total casualty list is only 3,481 than the city, and the dead ate bur as if proud of their very ugliness. shooters at 2000 yards. The pranc-' therefore, is to have men enough toj Senator Maxwell nays the Yamhill
goose story, published in lhe Herald
in two wars, covering eighteen ied above ground instead of beneath And some of the living, too, have ing pictorial soldier leading a charge work around tlie flanks.
several weeks ago, reminded him of an
the surface. It is the same in a hun faces that would strike terror to the on horseback must be dismissed as a
dred other matters.
The very law nervous, (hie of these was on deck thing of the past. Just think of it!
incident tl.at occurred on lhe excursion
train from Astoria to Portland, when
T he electoral law of Belgium pro system of Louisiana is different from week before last, in New Orleans. This is over one mile.
that road was completed. The cars, lie
vides t hut every man between ages of the other parts of the country Tlie This man lives up at Baton Rouge,
twenty-one ami twenty-live years state is ruled by the civil law, und I the state capital of Louisiana, and
says, were crowded, and at every station
who shall pay $1 per year in taxes the other slates by the common law. was s<> unfortunate some years ago difference between Massachusetts
large crowds would get on and crowd
will be'entitled to vote one ballot; In the city of New Orleans is to be as to lose the sight of one of his and Kentucky? Don't you know?
them the more, until it seemed that
married men over 25 years of age
every seat was occupied,
A t Goble a
It is a city full of moved and replaced by an artificial Massachusetts produces boots and
will have two ballots each, and if every quarter.
shoes, and Kentucky produces shoots
nicely dressed lady got aboard and
such married men shall own real es
walked through every car in the vain
tate or government bonds or savings prominent part in the history of leau he stopped while on bis way to
effort to find an unoccupied seat. How-
bank deposits producing an income
A t the end of eight months of the
ever, she found one seat that had only
of »20 a year they will have three seat of three great colonies, anil that bending over to examine it bis arti fiscal year the surplus of receipts
one occupant, a large, black negro wom
two centuries—the city of Bienville, the tesselated floor of the store.
an, and it was hardly large enough to
of Lafitte, of Galvaz, of Carondolet, was but a short time before the de The February decrease of tlie public
accommodate another, but the nicely
I t is made public from the pen of Jackson, of Beauregard and Ben parture of the train be was to take, debt was <6,750,168.
dres.-ed lady concluded she would try it
sion office that from eight volunteer Butler.
Her battle grounds ami and. upon hi-' explaining the impor times are easily distinguished from
regiments which served in the Span parks, with their grand old groves tance of time t > the storekeeper, he the other kind.
anyway, and gathering her skirts closely
ish war there have come 3,588 appli | of live oaks and historic dueling was advised th it a taxidermist bad
about her she crowded in, when the old
cations for pensions. Yet in these I grounds, her red-tiled roofs, narrow a place next < o»r. and that lie could
A. E. McKern was up Wednesday
annty" remarked, “What for you crowd
regiments just 254 casnalities were i streets and clatter of foreign po -iblv replace bis loss from the evening from North Yamhill to see
yourself in here? Aint you got no man
reported while the war was in exis- tongues, her magnificent cemeteries, stock of artificial eves kept there to "In Mizzouri. " A number of people
ners? 55 hite folks will think yon come
fence. There is a natural curiosity mausoleums and monuments of the use in mounting the skins of ani- from neighboring towns have at
from Noilli Yamhill.”—Tillamook Her
to know on what basis the remain dead, her Sicilian luggers laden with mals 11 tstily entering and explain tended the show.
ing 3,334 claims are placed. Most tropical fruits, her courting Creoles ing bis predicara mt to the taxider
of them, probably, on the ground of and their dark eyed belles. In r vou- mist that wort hr placed a tray of John Fvenden killed the first snake of
It is very hard to stand idly by and
health permanently injured by camp I (|w negroes
i and haunted houses animal's eves before him. among the season on his Gopher valley farm.
-<-e our denr ones suffer while awaiting
service. If they are well founded j enumerate put a part of what pre- which he finally ">ui.d one that would He hauled the reptile to town yesterday
lhe arrival oi the doctor. An Albany
the course of our government in pro I sents to a tourist the equivalent of a fit. and which bad been intended for and tried to present it to Morgan Baker
5. 5 ,) dairyman railed at a ding store
How many years of her life does a
viding for the men in camps was trip around half the world. Situat the bead of a ti er. 55’itliout glanc as a "mountain eel," but Tommy Rogers woman spend over the hot cook stove there lor a doctor to conie and see hie
much worse than was charged at the ed below sea level, its property is ing at himself in the mirror, he paid got hold of it and fixed up a scientific getting those three meals a day? Back child, then very si. k with croup. Not
time. But we assume that few be protected bv levees ranging in height his bill. and. pulling his hat well name for it. The'length of the serpent aching, head throbbing, nerves twitch tinding lhe doctor in, hr left word for
lieve them to be well founded, The from 14 to 30 feet. and the lives of down on his forehead, he entered was 4 feet one inch, aud it is classified as ing, it’s all the same, there are three him to come at once on hie return. He
meals a day to be prepared. Dr. Pierce's also bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
hand of tlie pension attorney lias its 300.IKM) population likewise pre a carri.i.’.' and told the driver to
Favorite Prescription cannot lighten Cough Remedy, which he hoped would
doubtless been very active here. served. It is drained by immense proceed with ail speed to the Illi a blowsnake.
Capt. H L Heath returned home last woman's labor, but it can and docs in give some relief until the doctor should
A congressman asserted on the fl<x>r pumps which lift the waste water nois Central depot. U4x111 arrival
crease her strength. It cures those dis arrive. Ina few hours he returned, say
of the house of representatives last and dump it on the outside
The there he handed the driver his legal week from the Blue river mines, and a eases of the womanly organs which un ing the ductor need not come, as the
week that these is not a volunteer | city
child was much better. The druggist,
moss back ism, and faro, whereupon the cabby, who bad few days later again took his departure dermine woman's vitality.
who served in the war with Spain has voted *20,000,000 to put in a evidently expected a larger amount, for that busy mining camp for a month's -I cannot poii«e Dr. Fierce’s Favorite Fre- < >tto Scholz, says the family has since
who failed to receive numerous let- perfect sewer system, the sewage to treated him toa torrent of southern stay. Cap's mining enthusiasm ore:» out women who are afflicted w-th fema'e weta recommended Chamberlain's Cough
" writes Mrs Ira W Holmes of Cedar Remedy ro their neighlors and friends
ters from pension attorneys, t urging
disposed of in the same manner adjective'.
Somewhat angry, he balances his alleged congressional as ne«
Rapids. Iowa. -It ha* helped me vert much until he has a constant demand for it
him to put in claims for |*nsioos.
■ as the seepage water, At the pres looked sternly up at the man, who pirations.
and a skillful physician once said to me in from that part of the country.
answer to my question aa to its efficacy I know
This may have been an exaggerated ent time the city is lighted by a immediately turned as white as a
The following general committee has of cases where it has really worked wonders - by Howorlh A Co., druggists.
statement, but there is doubtless a private corporation, but during sheet, and with an exclamation of
been appointed to make arrangements
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets do not
strong foundation of truth in it.
this year the municipality will own horror, lashed his hone into a run and preparations for the congressional ro-«ct
upon the system. Thev are a good
its own electric light and power and disappeared around the corner convention to be held in this city, to-wit thing to keep in the house. One ' Pellet' B mss the Mgnitureof C ba » H. F ibtc «**
Th* R»ro«rxs and Weekly Oregonian plant, and will furnish double the Mvstifielby the driver’s behavior, J P Irvine, U. S. Wright. D. I. Asbury, is a laxative, two a cathartic doee. The
In Mt for more than thirty years, and
present service for the same amount but without time to speculate on its E. C. Apperson, A. V. R. Snyder.
mediciiA for every woman.
on« ytar for |2, strictly ia advance
Grand Cash Removal Sale
The McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co
Wagons, Buggies, Surreys,Plows
Reduced Prices for 30 Days,
C. D. JOHNSON.