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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
M c M inxvillk , T uesday , J uxs , 29, 1886.
McMinnville needs a public park and
needs it badlv.
A lively inteiest is manifested with re
gard to u county fair Let it continue.
We have hopes that the state election
Returns will all be in in time for the meet
ing of the next legislature
Rioting and bloodshed still continue
In the east. Chicago was the latest
scene. Railroad niep on a strike.
Yamhill will have a live delegation in
the next legislature; consequently her
interests will be closely looked alter.
MiiW Cleveland, sister of the president,
hu accepted a position on the editorial
Staff of the Literary Life, of Chicago.
The eyes of the world are turned up
on Gladstone. It is not at all unlikely
that homo rule Will soon prevail in
Simon, the Oregon Judas. Fire
Let him “stand not on ti e order
going, but go at once.” The peo
Oregon demand it.
Collections of internal revenue during
tho first cloven months of tho fiscal year
ending Jnno 30, 1886, amount to $107,-
104,485, being an increase of $3,402,830,
over receipts for tho corresponding
period the previous year.
There never was a more silly claim
than that the defeat of a part of the re
publican ticket was due to Mitchellism.
Mitchell never had a more faithful sup
porter titan McBride, yet tho cyclone
didn’t thresh the ground with him.—
“The Daily Campaign, which was run
at McMinnville by Yamhill republicans
during the late canvass, crowed itself to
over the result and died with a “I told
you so, and I did it,” sticking in its
chanticleer throat; but out of its ashes
has risen a new semi-weekly, of ttie re*
pu blicun-to-the-cer vical-and-lumbar- ver-
tebric-Ktripo. The new venture is called
the S emi -W eekly W est S ide T ele
phone , which our readcis will notice is
stealing the livery ot ttie West Side to
serve tire republican paity in. During
the canvass the Campaign upbraided uh
with being a ‘stradler’ on political ques
tions, but they do not hesitate to appro
priate our name in their new paper,
knowing that it will but add to its popu-
laiity. Messrs. Talmage & Turner are
editors and published. Alphabetical
A. V. R. bnyder wields the répertoriai
quill, while it is generally thought that
J. C. Cooper has a finger in the editoria
pie dished out to tire readers semi-week
ly. The T elephone is a good paper and
we wish it a long life and great prosper
ity, and as it has seen fit to appropriate
the name of the West Side, we hope-
that it will do nothing that will bring
discredit upon so fair a name.”—West
Fret not thy gizzard, Bro. I’arry ;
there is as much difference between tiie
two papers as there is between a white
horse and a black one, hence there is no
danger of getting them confounded. We
are obliged to you for your compliment
ary mention ; but we want you to un
derstand that “west side” extends
further than 1‘olk county, ft you felt
agrieved at anything which appeared in
the Campaign you should hare “showed
up” while its editor, Mr. Cooper, was
shoving the quill. Now then, neighbor,
now don’t talk so cross any more. We
are but a tender plant, you know, and
you might give us a shock from which
we could never recover. Now, Biiiy.
II. T. •-raves lot a ‘bio horse last
week worth $150, only* sick •; short ti-ue
also M. M. Mendenhall lot cne; cause
was inflamation of the bowels.
The apron to the bridge has been laid
with new plank and strengthened by
putting in additional stiingeis,
Mr. A. L. Talmage and wife made
Sheridan a pleasant call one day last
week, in the interest of the T elephone .
We regret to hear that (’apt. Lafollett
was very bad last night. He goes to
Portland again to-day for medical treat
ment. We fear that the captain’s dis
ease is more serious than many think.
Miss Ida Potter came homo from
school, at Salem, Friday last.
Our school directors are in a quandary
about where to put the new school bouse.
Hurry up gents und put it down in some
Everybody going to the coast next
■week. The town will be deserted ex-
cept a few old coons.
Iioc. Fields has striped his office red,
because he could not get his candidate
O ld B luff .
eendiaiy vermin should be locked up in
the penitentia les or driven out of the
They denounce our government, these
foreign scum. Thev deride our flag,
these pestilent outcasts of Europe.
They threaten the lives, property, peace
and happiness of our people, these
loathsome and vicious fiends. We have
laughed at their vaporings for years,
but recent events have shown that they
are dangerous, and it is time that they
should be dealt with promptly, firmly
and without mercy. They must be
taught that this country is not a refuge
for thieves and assassins. The Ameri
can people, however much or widely
they may differ upon these questions,
will bo united as one man in demanding
that the scoundrels who openly preach
murder, arson and robbery shall he
dealt with as enemies of the republic
and as dangerous disturbers of public
peace and order.—Atchison Champion.
The County Fair.
June 28, 18SC.
The prayers of the righteous prevail.
Welcome rain! We have had a tine
shower, lasting all the forenoon. A little
lute to benefit the spring crops of grain,
but so salubrious on garden truck.
J. W. Biiedweil has been hauling
lumber with several teams during the
last week, to buil-i additional room to
his extensive warehouse.
Amity has proved a complete success
in producing a number one sewing ma
chine agent, born and raised at this
place. Any one wanting a first class
original machine, will do well to apply
to Grant Smith, of this burg.
Mrs. Getchell has just built a neat ad
dition to her boarding house, which is
for convenience ns well as appearance.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sanders, Mrs.
Theo. Jeffries and several other mem
bers of the Baptist church have just re
turned from attending the association
held at East Portland. All report a
very interesting time.
Ponoma grange for Yamhill county
met at this place Saturday and adjourn
ed to meet at North Yamhil on tile 2d
Saturday of July, at 10 o’clock.
The Masonic pic-nic held here
24tb, was a success both as
number and as to the arragements.
The game of base ball played between
the North Yamhill club and a picked
nine, was won by the former by a score
of 15 to 9—a very creditable game.
Mr. E. R. Harrison and wife
just returned from the (¡rove,
went to attend the funeral of Mrs.
lie Griffin, who was buried on the
Mrs. G. was a sister to Mrs H.
Phil Armstrong and wife, former res
idents of this place, but now residing at
Salem, visited their many friends at this
place on the 24th It was Phil’s first visit
Uncle Stanley Umphlet’s smiling
countenance was again seen on the
streets last week after a protracted seigo
of the rheumatism
We always miss
the old veteran at such times.
We have have had two very success
ful terms of writing school, taught here
lately by Misses Newell and Young.
These has been marked improvement
made among the scholars
M ore A non .
Mr. W. L. J ones has purchased tho
interest of Albert Tozier in the Hillsbo
IION. DAVID DAVIS.
ro Independent and will now run that
paper by himself. Mr. Jones is a good
In the death of Judge Davis, of Illi
journalist and issues a spicy, live, local
paper. May your bark steer clear of nois, who breathed his last on Saturday
morning, at his home in Bloomington,
breakers, Bro. Jones.
Illinois, another of the old school poli
Salem will have a bridge across the ticians of the country has passed away.
Willamette. At the special election His death was not unexpected. Several
Friday for incurring an indebtedness, weeks ago be was reported to be serious
the vote stoed <MRJ favoring it and 21 ly ill with a carbuncle, and when first
against it. The citizens of the capital attacked he expressed apprehensions as
‘city have acted wisely in this move and to the result. He was a native oi Mary
their action will meet the approval of land, and a little over seventy-one years
old. He was one of the early settlers in
the entire west side district, at least.
Illinois, says the News, locating in
The Fitz John l’orter bill that has Bloomington in 1830. He was a Whig
been hanging fire so long in congress has in politics in his ear.ier years, but his
at last been disposed of, having passed political life was mainy confined to hold
the senate by a vote of 30 to 17. Thus a ing judicial positions. IIo was made a
man who proved himself worse than a judge of the supreme court by Piesident
known traitor at a time when the coun Lincoln, the appointment bring purely a
try was in peril is reinstated, to the posi personal one on the part of the presi
tion from which ho was removed by the dent, who had the greatest confidence
martyred Lincoln and placed on a level in Judge Davis’integrity and political
with those who fought to maintain what conservatism. Judge Davis was elected
ho sought, through negligence and in to the United States senate in 1877 by a
difference, to destroy. In opposing the political combination which, it was as
bill the old war-horse, Logan, summed serted, was a republican trick in order
the matter up these few words: “So, if not to have him chosen as a member of
men want to be paid liberally by the the electoral commission, as it was gen
United States, they have only to be erally conceded he would be if he re
June 20, 1886.
treacherous when they should l>o true. mained on the supremo bench. The
Our tow n is quiet and consequently
If you are true when you might be Judge never became a very active sena local items are scarce.
treacherous, you are vetoed.” “That,” tor, though at one time he filled the po
The body of little Roy Brown was
said Logan, “is a strange thing to take sition of president of the senate and ex- found Thursday evening near w here it
place in this country.”
by Mr. J E. Hembree, instead of
officio vice-president. Ho generally
by a diver from Portland, as stated in
voted with the democrats, though occa the T elephone . His remains were bur
California papers assert that the first
sionally he acted with the republicans ied yesterday from the residence of Dr.
campaign of Gen. Miles against the
He always seems to have regarded him Galbreath, the funeral being largely at
Apaches is a failure. The San Francis
self as a kind of conservative influence tended. His heart-broken mother came
co Report says that every one of his
down from Buena Vista and was pres
necessary to preserve tho equipoise be ent at the funeral. She and all other
command is now in camp awaiting or
tween the partisans of both organiza afflicted one« have the heart-felt sympa
ders, and the Indians are left masters of
tions, and usually did his best to hold thies of the entire community.
the situation, and in full strength, in the
He was immensely
Messrs. Hobson and Vickery, of New
field on murder intent. It says, what
wealthy, made so by fortunate invest berg have purchased the stock of mer
the next move will bo even Gen. Miles
ments in early life in Chicago and other chandise of Peter llagey. Mr. V. is
himself seems not to know. Apprehen
moving to this place and will run the
Illinois real estate
He was otic of the business while Mr. II. will remain at
sions exist that Indian outbreaks will he
largest landholders in the state He Newberg.
numerous and murder and rapine will
leaves a wife comparatively young in
County Clerk Briedwell will soon
prevail in many portions of the territo
years, whom he married a short time move into the house one block north of
ries. Fears are also entertained that
the court house built hy Mr. Snvder.
before lie retired from the senate.
tho Indians on the reservations, who
The place is receiving some needed re
have heretofore been quiet, will become
President Cleveland has been fishing pairs.
uncontrollable and join the Apaches in again. If the old fellow is determined
Let us note some of the new improve
their raids. The moral effect of the to fish we object to his using worms for ments: L. Kimberlin is building a
failure of Gon. Miles to kill or capture bait. We Oregonian* believe in going it house and barn on his five-acre lot; Ed
Perkins has built a very neat barber
any of tho Indians must be very bad. with a fly.
shop; R. P. Ungerman. a neat dwelling;
Tho critics of Gen. Ciook are beginning
Mr. Vickery, a barn; Suiter & Daniels,:!
KICK THEM OCT.
to realize that they did him injustice.—
new cleaner building; L. G. Suiter, a new
¡while a number of additions are
When a man, speaking in public, ad being made to residences. Dr. Popple
A good neighbor takes us to task for vocates murder, arson and robbery, he ton is talking of erecting a $6,000 resi
our article regarding the Oregonian's : ought to be dealt with exactly as if lie dence. Yon see we are waking up.
The T elephone is highly s;>oken of
claims that “Mitchellism” was the had committed those crimes. The an-
all who see it. May success attend
cause of the republican defeat in this i archists and socialists who publicly ad- by
S quib .
state, ss Im says wa were defending ; vocate murder or robbery are more
Mitchell. Such is not the cane as our guilty than the ignorant and vicious fel
friend will see by reading carefully what lows who, following their advice, pro
June 26, 1886.
we did say, which was this: "While we ceed to kill, burn aud rob.
Fall sown grain is this section is brok
do not purpose entering the lists as a
Tho socialistic leaders are too coward ing well, but a good shower would not
be out of place.
defender of Mr. Mitchell, wo do think ly to do what they advocate and advise.
The Thursday evening prayer meet
tho Oregonian is mistaken, as we believe They bike care of their own loathsome
tho "Mitchell issue” did not enter into carcasses. When danger threatens they ings are usually well attended.'
Mr. Milan, the gentleman who acci
the canvass except with a few. Corne hide like rats, and their poor, ignorant
shot himself some time ago, is
lius was Ireaten 3600 votes while Mars dupes are left to sutler the consequences dentally
ton was only l-KM) short. Unless some of their crimes.
Rev. C. C. Bell, of the U. B. chureli,
other causes operated to produce their
There should be a limit to free speech preached his farewell sermon last Sun
defeat both should have received the in this country. No man should be per day.
Again, Herrmann was mitted to advocate crime in a public
Miss Ora Warren, of vonr city, spent
elected by 1400 majority, and he was speech or in print. Any man who does several days visiting relatives and friends
thia place, last week.
understood to Ire a friend of Mitchell, this should lie punished. The law
school closed Thursday, the 24th
while McBride, McElroy and Baker, should step in and put a stop to his
inst. Miss Smith the efficient teacher
w ho the Oregonian save were understood Criminal utterances.
The receiver of has given good sal ¡.«faction and leaves
to be anti Mitchell men, were elected by stolen goods is, in the eyes of the law, many friends at Bellevue.
300, 300 anil 800 majority respectively.” as bad as a thief, and the scoundrel who
Mis.« Hobart, of W. T., is visiting her
We think that perhaps some votes may publicly advocates arsen, murder or friend Miss Etta Powell, of this place.
young ladies will »fiend the present
have been lost bevause of the dissatis robbery should lie punished just as se The
week on the bssch at Nestucca.
faction created by the election of Mitch verely us if he had committed any or all
ell, bitt not enough to have produced of these crimes. He is a public enemy
the reanlt claimed by the Oregonian. und should be treated as such. The an
No, we are not fighting in Mitchell’s be- archists and communists must be taught
Tlie carpenters and painters are put.
k«U; only to show the inconsistency of that their principles and methods have
or, the finishing touch to “Dad lV>t-
I uo place i» tide country, and there iu- ting
ter’»" addition to his house.
At this place you will find one of
A portion of the county fair executive
board met at Firemen’s Hall, last Fri
day, June 25, at 2 p. m., and was called
to oilier by S. A. Manning, temporary
After some interesting remarks re
garding the subject, a permanent organ
ization was effected und the following
were elected ot!ic;rs: Dr. J. F. Gal
breath, president; S. A. Manning, vice-
president ; A. V. R. Snyder, secretary;
Hon. J. C. Iiraly, treasurer.
Messrs. Win. Galloway, F. W. Red
mond and Dr. E. E. Goucher were elect
ed managers of the fair.
Messrs. Wm. Campbell, Elsia Wright
and C. Grissen appointed soliciting
On motion Mr. P. M. Scroggins, of
Sheridan, was added to the executive
Moved and carried that a committee
of two be appointed to make arrange
ments with Mr. J. R. Derby for tlie
grounds. Messrs. Braly and Redmond
were appointed as such committee.
The managers were instructed to re
port to the executive board, at their
earliest convenience their plan of pro
Moved and carried that when we ad
journ it be to meet on Fridav July 2, at
2 o’clock p. in. and that secretary notify
members of the board to that effect.
After adopting a form for heading
subscription list and liberal sums had
been subscribed by several, the meeting !
tho finest Drug Stocks ill
county, Geo. \\. Bl RT is one
of the most courteous and fair-
minded dealers in the business,
and by his unvarying affability
and accurate preparation of family
medicines and prescriptions has
won a reputation enviable in the
extreme. He uses only the purest
drugs, and upon every article sold
puts the Lowt^f Price for which it
can be bought in this county.
Remember the place. If you want
a prescription filled promptly, ac
curately, and at a place where you
can rely upon its being put up in
an absolutely safe manner, go to
Geo. W. Burt’s Prescription
Drugstore, and you cannot fail to
We keep one of the largest and
best selected stocks of Merchandise
in Yamhill County, and are selling
our goods at bedrock prices.
spring stock in Ladies’ Dress Goods
has arrived and consists in part of
Cambrics, Manchester Sateens
nnil a large assortment of
LAWNS, in El< gain UioiH mid Style*.
Brocaded Lace Buntings
In different quality, colors aiid patterns,
ail of which you will liud on calling at out
store and examining the sstue will prove
satisfactory both as to price ami quality.
Call and see us. We will take pleasure nr
showing our good*, and then if you do not
want m buy no harm will be done.
Wncta Saw Mills,
McHiaiiviHe Sash anil door Factory
White and Red Lead,
Linseed and Lubricating Oils,
Varnishes of all Description
Kalsomine, Spanish WliiiiiiK,
I’. & B. and Princess Metallic
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
—Executed at the—
Neat I v,
In the City
T he N arrow G ause L ine .—Win. Reed,' Our material is all new and we make a
president of the Portland & Willamette specialty of printing
Valley railroad, yesterday returned from
a trip over the line between Dundee
NO CHINESE EMPLOYED
Junction and Elk rock. He says that a
greater part of the trestle work on the
Sample rooms in business part of tlic city.
road is finished. The bridge over Rock
creek, 1800 feet long, is just completed,
and is the costliest piece of work on the
line. Tro bridges are yet uncompleted ;
those which span the Chehalem and
Tualatin rivers. Eight bridge« ate fully ■
completed and ready for the rails. Be
tween Elk rock and Dundee the road is '
graded for 24 miles of the distance, and Give us a Trial and we are Confident
rails are being distributed along the line.
we can Please you.
In all about 400 men are at work.—News.
J. J. Proprietor
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition
J » Fine
All Kinds of
Special attention given to repairing Guns,
l’istols, Sewing Machines, Saw Filing, Etc.
1 have in my simp as fine a jrower cross
Done to order. Constantly on hand, Mill
Feed, Flour, Wheat and Oats. Also, all feed lathe as can be found in tire state and
kinds of Wood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes. am fully prepared to
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
Brower's lumber yard promptly attended
Repair Broken Machinery
Trucking and Delivering
—SUCCESSOR TO D. C. SARVER—
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
all kinds—Farm Machinery, Traction
Orders left with Rogers A Todd, at City of
Drug Store, promptly tilled.
Ilraly’R Bank Building, C St.
Third Street, between E and F.
Carries the Largest and Best Stock
in Yamhill County.
Henderson Bros. Props.
In the City.
First-class accommodations for Ccnimer-
The place where you can get juicv steaks
cinl men and general travel.
and line roasts—ull at the lowest market
Transient stock well cared for.
price. Fresh Fish Tuesdays and Fridays.
Everything new and in First-Class Order
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Always a Fat Cow on Hand.
W. J. GARRISON & CO.
M c M innville , O regon .
Como See and bo Convinced.
Third Street Bet. D and E.
Always on hand tl e best quality of Beef,
Mutton, l’ork, and
Cor. Third it D Sts., McMinnville.
Logan Bros, à Henderson,
Livery and Feed Stable!!
All Kinds of Meat
stwk St PriCe’ 1>ni<l for “U ki,lds of fat
GIVE ME A CALL.
The Best Rigs in the City. Orders
promptly attended to, day or night.
1 in 1
R. McKUNE, P ropr .
W. i’. BANGA88ER.
Buy Your Meats
Teams and outfits furnished parties wish-
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
------- AT THE-------
Give me a Call ««
B. S. KELLER, Prop.
Old Reliable Yard
A.. C. Saylor !
Groceries .and Provisions.
frirrs I» Suit tliu Tiiucs.
.fnleUM steak. Fin,..t
Call anti See me.
w- V. I’lIICE
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
Un Stairs in Adams’ Building.
Who has just finished burning a kiln
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND!!
And will be ready to fin all order» for th.
largest and be»t brick in ‘the
I *e<lrock 13rices!
Groceries. Provisions, Crock
ery and Glassware.
Lu A.l goods dell', cred in the city.
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