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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1887)
Th* Daily Reporter.
Stricken With Blindness.
at a disadvantage. It is only fair
to note that one of the most of A Kalmazoo (Mich.) Telegraph
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
fensive of these, a persecution of Reporter gives the following
By Carrier per week........................... 10 oenta a Rev. Measures, at Philadelphia, statement of Dr. C. Frencoise,
i Payable on Saturday.)
ended in acquittal, upon clear the will known veterinary sur
Single Copy.......................................... 2 “
By Mail 14) oents per Month (In Advance.) proof that it was the result of a
geon of that city, in reference to
Kates far Adverttein*
a case of blindness. The Doct
Without ex or says:
Will t*e made aatiafaotory to all applicant«. ami accomplices.
cusing the cloth, it is obvious “Four years ago last spring
McMinnville, Or. - - Jan. 17,1887 that ministers, like physicians,
little Willie, the four year-old
are more liable than other peo son of Mr. Peter De Witt, a rela
A Lapsus Linguae.
ple to be thus victimized. This tive of mine, residing at that
An incident occurred in the is probably what the officials of time in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
assembly on the 12th, which the Taylor street church think was taken with the measles.
Col. Dell says A. H. of the Ore in regard to the charges against The disease struck in upon him,
gonian is liable to report as “a Rev. Mr. Mulleneaux.
and the poor
The most interesting figure in
revolutionary proceeding—” a
LITTLE FELLOW WAS LEFT BLIFD
deep laid plot of Senator Mitch the proceeding of opening the “Distinguished physicians in
ell “to get his tools into the assembly at Salem was when the Milwaukee and Chicago were
places of power.” It was when new secretary of state, Hon. Geo. consulted, and said that noth
the vote for governor was an W. McBride, administered the ing could be done for him, and
nounced. The speaker declared oath of office to the senators that, blinded thus early, he
that “Tlios. R. Cornelius having and members. Hobbling on his would continue sightless during
received a majority of the votes crutch and with his face a trifle hi3 entire life. While at hot
cast is hereby declared duly pale, he came into the house at Springs Mr. De Witt had heard
elected governor of this state tended by two stalwart commit the S.S.S. remedy, manufactured
for the ensuing term of four teemen. As he went up the aisle at Atlanta, spoken of very high
years.” A general, “haw, haw,” there was a manifest interest in ly. How it happened I don’t
followed, and the speaker blush all of his movements. He sat know, for S. S. S. is not guaran
ed to the roots of his hair, and down by the clerk and his broad, teed to cure blindness ; but by
remained silent until the laugh high, pale brow was in fine re some happy chance it was de
of derision ceased. He found lief as it cast its shadow of cided to test its efficacy in
the times were not ripe for that thought and power upon all Willie’s case. By the time he
revolution, and that the popu around him. The roll was called. had taken a bottle and a half
lace would not be balked of the Each member responded “pres his eyes had so far recovered
inaugural address from Pennoy- ent,” and calling at the same that he could play out of doors.
er, which they were all eagerly time to their feet, with uplifted After taking four bottles he was
waiting to hear.
He conse hands he swore them to to completely cured. His eyes
quently overturned the Cornel the performance of their duties. seemed perfectly sound, and
ius, on the doctrine that “the A like impressive ceremony took have continued so ever since.”
will of the people is thesupreine place in the senate.
Atlanta, Ga., is full of enter “Here Willie, Willie, come
law,” and declared that Sylvester
here !” shouted the doctor sud
Pennoyer had the proper num prising people besides the S. S. S. denly, to an active little boy
ber of votes. Thereupon the Co., who are moving rapidly for
dressed in knickerbockers, who
populace applauded and “all ward in every line of thought.
went merry as marriage bells.” Capt. Burke, of that place, has a was playing in the. street. “This
crack military company, with is Willie De Witt. His father
whom in full uniform, he pro used to be a railroad conductor,
There is some suggestion of poses to make a tour of the prin but he is out West now on busi
buying Gov. Moody’s handsome cipal cities of the continent. En ness, and Willie is staying with
residence nt Salem ns a guberna gland is the only nation that re us until he gets back. He goes
torial mansion. It is a shame fuses to admit them. Iler ob to the East Avenue school every
«lay, and never has the least
that impecunious Oregon gov jection is supposed to be on trouble w’ith his eye-sight. See,
ernors have to sleep on a French account of Burke’s being an his eyes look as well as yours or
bedstead behind a curtain in the Irishman. Capt. Burke is a mine.”
northern man who went to At For sale by Rogers & Todd. Treatise
The telegraph brings the world lanta after the war and approved on blood and skin diseases mailed
close together daily. As an il himself a most excellent public free. The Swift Specific Co., drawer
Atlanta, Georgia; 157 W.23d street,
lustration look at the tire record spirited citizen. He is an Irish- 3,
for one day. The Alcazar palace American only, a native of Mas
There will be a heavy immigra
in Spain destroyed, causing a sachusetts.
loss of over 11,000,000. The | Kaiser Wilhelm has celebrated tion to Oregon this season. The
handsome house owned by Prof. the eightieth anniversary of his states which will contribute most
Bell, in Washington, damaged entrance into the army. Queen of the new comers are Wisconsin,
|50,000; an opera house and a Victoria will celebrate in a few Michigan and Ohio, and they
hotel burned, and other valua months her fiftieth anniversary will be of the better class of citi
ble property in danger, and the on the throne. Both are sur zens and possessed of plenty of
entire city of Batavia, New rounded and assisted by gener means to go into business. Ken
York, threatened with destruc als and ministers equally old. tucky and Virginia will also add
There is every reason to expect considerably to Oregon’s popu
A good deal of publicity has that 1887 will see great changes lation this year.
lately been given to eases in the in the governments of Europe, Cal. Pratt the forger got four
courts where clergymen figured from natural causes alone.
teen years in the California pen.
We want a thoroughly reliable man
at every postoffice in Yamhill, Polk
and Washington counties. We will
make it an object for those willing to
work, who can show results. Write to
uo for particulars. We want no dudes
nor tricksters to apply.
The Yamhill county Tem
perance Alliance will convene at
Sheridan on the 19th of January.
All temperance and religious
organizations shall be entitled
to a representation in the alli
Article 7th. , ‘
The basis 'of representation
shall be one delegate for every
twenty members, and one for a
fraction over ten of the organi
zation sending delegates.
C. P. B ishop ,