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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
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Great Britain in about to completely
fortify tne coast of British Columbia.
The coast of California depend» upon
the world’s inerev for protection. It is
fortified only by its beautiful climate.—
b. F Call
This little excerpt is pregnant with
It speaks for the country
at large. Our government, like the pro
verbial ostrich concealment seems to im
agine itself invulnerably fortified behind
its cob-web system of defense
tration” and “conciliation” seem to
have captured the American spirit.
These qualities ar • humane and bénéfi
cient. They are commendable always
by all con«iderate minds.
So lung as
they may be operative they should tie
the watch word
But with nations as
with individuals the "strength of reason
cannot prove the master power.” Lin
coln was conciliatory to the latest ex
tremity. out lie could not thus win back
a rebellious people. It required the iron
hand of battle to wield the stubborn
giant of treason back to subjection and
to justice. Let war be avoided so long
an the ends of justice and equity
may be subserved, but to be to
tally w ithout strength or means of pro
tection to meet so coinmtin an einer-
. genev is un improvidence that violates
the first and best of nature’s laws, and
strips such an actor of the sympathy of
mankind at large. Great Britain’s pres
tige comes from no such dish water sen
timent. She is our playfellow on this
particular stage of action. She is play
ing her pait for all it is worth. Ameri
cans stand by and see American com
merce going by the carload, from Amer
ican city to American city over the cir
cuit of transportation, traversing and
enhancing British soil and British inter
ests. This is another style of "defense”
illustrative of the spirit which is always
a contestant and may soon be a foe —
Not to think of becoming an alarmist or
unduly combative, we believe in the
adage, "in time of peace prepare for
war,” to a judicious and reasonable ex
During August 2,211 passengers ar
rived hete by steamer from San Fran
cisco, 1,864 in the cabin and 347 in the
steerage. In the same time 505 first-
class passengers arid f»00 immigrants
passed Heron on the Northern Pacific
bound for this city, and 323 first-class
passengers ami 513 immigrants passed
Huntington on the Oregon Short Line
en route here. The total number of ar
rivals for the month was 4,512, as com
pared with 3,100 for July, 3,483 for June,
4,790 for May, 4,743 for April, 4,889 for
March, 1,873 for February and 1,797 for
January, a grand total of 29,087 for the
eight months. The increase during Au
gust was due to the Grand Army of the
Republic encampment at San Francisco.
At its conclusion many who were attend
ing returned east by way of Portland.—
New Brick lard
N orth Y amhill , Sept. 8, 1886.
En T xi . ephonb :
In the T ilkphonr of September 3d,
your correspondent from North Yamhill
sfieaks ot me as the son-in-law of J. L.
Castle, and further states that I took a
lady to the circus at Salem. In this he
intimates that it was some other lady
than my wife. Now Mr Editor, I am
not J. L. Castle’s son-in-law, nor any
other mans, and your correspondent has
either written himself down a fool or a
nave; if he thought be was perpetrating
a joke on me lie has shown himself a
very stupid ass, for instead of being a
joke it is a slander and a libel, and is
calculated to do me an injury, and if lie
is so obtuse as not to see it then 1 say he
is a very stupid ass. If he did see it and
Hilly understood the full import of his
language then I wilt bo comjielled to
brand bi tn a liar and coward
He tried to explain through the next
issue but he told what he positively
knew was a falsehood and only made the
matter worse by trying to explain.
Respectfully, R. L. P erkins ,
Crop reports to the Kansas Farmer
show that the corn crop dwarfed 50 per
cent., but owing to increased acreage
the crop will be 80 per cent, of that of
Inst year. Chinch hugs have operated
extensively on millet and corn. A great
Portland has raised $1,900 for the Par
ileal of hay is being made and more nell fund.
corn fodder saved than ever before.
One of Hie finest pieces in the journal
istic line is the senatorial edition of the
National Republican. In it appears the
portrait and a biographical sketch of
each an<l every one of the senators of
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
the republic. Thanks to Senator Mitch
Carries a full stock of Furniture, of all
ell for it.
kinds, Fine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
Mouldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
Schilling, the coachman, who some
time since married a millionaire’s
------- A full line of ■■■ —
daughter in New York, sold her back to
her papa the other day for $15,000. That
makes us think about bunting up a mil
Store, one door south of bridge, Sheridan,
Secretary of State elect McBride is
still very ill and it begins to look as if
HERE WE ARE AT LAST !
lie will be unable to assume the duties
—Harness at the—
of his office. This news will be received
with the deetrest regret all over the
$4 to $6, $6-50 and $7 per M.
The best ever offered to the public.
Cambrics, Manchester Sateens
and a large assortment of
F. E. RUSS
ÜEÜ. W. BURT’S
Prescription Drug Store.
Jones & Co.,
10 CENT COUNTER 10
White and Red Lead,
Linseed and Unbrieatine 0i|J
Varnishes of ail Descriptioji
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting,
P. & B. and Princess Metallie
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochnl
Neslucta Saw Mills,
McMinnville Nash anil dow Fatlun,
Will have an early Fall Stock
—SUCCESSOR TO D. C. NARVER—
Prices as Low as the Lowest I
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tach
Special attention given to repairing Coil
Pistols, Sewing Machines, Saw Filing,!
1 have in my shop as fine a nowercr
feed lathe as cair be found in the state
am fully prepared to
Come See and be Convinced.
Repair Broken Machinery
of all kinds—Farm Machinery, Trad
Third Street Bet. D and E. 5tf Engines, Etc.
Braly'n Bank Building, C SL I
Groceries and Provisions.
In the City.
The place where you enn get juicy S
and fine roasts—all at the lowest rai
price. Fresh Fish Tuesdays and Frii
The Cheapest Goods
in the World.
Always a Fat Cow on Hand.
W. J. GARRISON & 0
The Great Tninseentineitell
Livery and Feed Stable!!
R. McKUNE, P ropr .
The Direct Route! No Delays!
Fast Trains I
THE LOWEST BAI
Transient Stork Well Cared For!
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINT!
East. Tickets sold to all prominent!*
Teams and outfits furnished parties wisli-
throughout the East ami South«*
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGE
and do not make a inistil
«r Be careful
But be sure to take the
Give me a Call
N orthern P acific R ami
J. J. COLLARD,
And sec that vour ticket read«™
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOI
PIONEER BRICK YARD.
To avoid changes and serious delay-’
sioned by other routes.
II 1 City H nd M Sioi e. Through
All Kinds of
Trucking and Delivering
-A.. C. Saylor I
Done to order Constantly on hand, Mill
Feed, Flour Wheat and Oats. Also, all
kinds of Wood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
General Office of the Company.
No. 2 Washington St., Portland
Chas. L. Bergevin,
(Successor to J. B. Rohr,)
A. D. CHARLTON,
General Western Passenger/
Third Street, between E and?
Emigrant Sleeping 1
are Run on Regular Exp«
Trains Full Length of tb*
Line. Berths Free.
LOY/ RATES ! QUICK TIME
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
n*r’a,Wt wi,h Ri'ge" * To,ld-
Drug Store, promptly tilled.
ItitaQbliiliiiittip! Plain and Ornamental Painting and
Henderson Bros. P:
Tainting and sign Writing
First-class accommodations forG
A share of this public patronage is re cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cared for.
Everything new and in First-Cla»
Itf Shop—Rohr’s old stand, McMinnville, O.
Patronage respectfully solicited-
Mrs II. P. STUART,
M rs . A. M c D onald . | MiseK.
The Leader in Millinery
In Mr«. Stuart'« Millinery8*’
HAIR WEAVING and STAMPING
Opposite Grange Store. McMinnville.
St. Charles Hotel,
W. D. FrxTn,.
The Leading Hotel of MrMinnville.
Omr* X,!»r »*’ Court Hon...
F w Festos
attobneys at L aw
FENTON it FENTON,
GIVE ME A CALL.
F. Ml I TUR. Prop.
Boot and Shoe Store!
JONES & Co.
in Yamhill County.
Buggy Harness from 112.00 and upward.
W. S. James, of Portland, baa been Team Harness f.'om $25.00 and ai ward.
I have also something entirely new in the
appointed Grand Secretary I. O. G. T.,
Said a member of the lepublican na vice J E. Houston, resigned. Good line of sweat pads.
My terms a.-e CASH, or notes that can
tional committee at Washington the oth Templars will note the chane.
be turned into cash.
er day : "I have looked carefully over
tho field, and I think that never before
in the history of our party were the being built at Bath Me. She will be 260
chances of succès» so bright as at pres feet long, 47 feet wide and hava a carry
ent. Events seem to have combined at ing capacity of 2,800 tons.
this particular time to give us a majority
Next to YanuiUi County Bank.
This Space is For
The republicans of Washington Terri
in the next house. Besides the demo
tory have nominated Bradshaw for dele
cratic dissatisfaction with the adminis
gate to congress.
tration, the people in all parts of the
The Largest and Finest Stock ever brought
to Yamhill County.
country are disgusted with the results of
Ttie countiy about Charleston still
the last session of congress. They trembles; but the fright and excitement
Boots and Shoe.“ made to order and neatly
know, too, that the democrats, with has died down.
their large majority in the bouse, had
Valley wheat is quoted at $1.22)^ and
full control of its proceedings, and could
Prices to ths Bedrock.
have passed any or all of the important $1.25 at Portland.
measures which tho countrs requires.—
Yellow fever rages at New York.
Bo much was promised before the elec
tion and so much was expected of this
congress, especially as it had the back
ing of a president of the same political
faith with the majority, that the disap
Dolph, Tillamook County.
pointment over actual results is such as
Sept. 6, 1886.
has seldom followed a congress.”
The late rains drive the coasters to re
England is getting scared. The man trace their way over the mountains caus
agers of the Bank of England are al ing balky horses and big words.
Mrs. Stockman and little daughter,
ready getting alarmed at tho outflow of
gold from that country to the United from Albany, have just returned home
from a pleasant visit in the mountains,
States, and intend to raise the bank’s at Mr. E. Wcrner’o.
discount rate of last week. This would
A few days ago while Conrad Werner
chock the gold movement this way to was splitting a otick of timber, the ax
some extent, but as the trade balance glanced cutting a gash through his boot
in our way, judging by the export and into his great toe joint, to the length of
about three inches.
import movement of the past few weeks,
The sun shines out beautifully and
is likely to bo largo enough in the next
warm once more on tho
three or four months to more than meet
M ountain T op .
the sum which we have to pay to foreign
— AT THE—
shippers for carrying our merchandise,
wo are likely to receive from abroad as
September 9, 1886.
much gold as we may need.
Mrs. Burkhart, nee Miss Minnie Curl,
of Scio, was visiting her parents here
Monday tracklaying was commenced last week.
—Executed at the—
Mrs. L. J. Fletcher has gono on a visit
in earnest on the Portland A Willarpette
Valley railroad, beginning at Elk Rock to her parents in Klickitat.
The present balmy days remind us
and moving southward.
day about three-quarters of a mile of
ber, the sweetest month of all the
track was laid. The entire road is grad twelve is upon us.
ed from Dundee Junction to Elk Rock
A party consisting of W. F Gilkey, R.
and all the bridges constructed. When Alexander, M. Peery and N. P. Robin
work is fully under way trai k will be son, Jr., are preparing for a hunting trip
Who has on hand
laid at the rate of one and one-half to the mountains. We wish them a
A LARGE NUMBER OF BRICK
miles a day. The lino will be finished pleasant time and a safe return.
Mrs. Coilin, widow of the lato Stephen
and in operation to Elk Rock by Octo
And is ready to till nn orders for the
Collin, is contemplating a visit to her old
large«', and best brick in the county, a.
home in Massachusetts. Her mother is
From $5 to $8 per Thousand.
At present it looks ns if a war among
she will have a pleasant journey and
eastern powers is inevitable. Prince Al that her mother's life will be spared un
exander, though <'«a;ly beloved by the til they meet again.
Bulgarian people, has abdicated bis
C ornet .
throne to preserve peace; and still it
does not seem tosatir fy the czar. What
[Corner Third and C Streets]
September 9, 1886.
Russia needs is a good dressing down,
This town yet liveth, and is enjoying
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
and the chances she'll get it.
the boom incident to the time of year.
Messrs. Soper Bros., of McMinnville,
C. C. Cole has retirer! from the Cor-
OCTOBER 18, 1886.
. vallis Gazette and Will II Parry, late of
at this place, and they have every evi
the West Side, becomes manager. Mr. dence of a prosperous future.-
Attention is respectfully invited to this
■Cole and W. R. Struble will soon begin
Bl'SINESS school .
From the large amount of provisions
the publication of a new paper at Cor and clothing passing through here for
Its facilities for thorough practical in-
the Indian agency it is evident that Bro.
’wriStv: /hère '
McClane intends to feed and clothe his
&,,,e’L.WJm userdrrenCy- U"k lheck’-
During the past twelve years 370 .«¡washes well w hile in hie charge.
.^la.«.« or private instruction day or even-
M c M innville , O regon .
earthquakes have been recorded in the
Miss Dora Lamson and mother, after
United States and Canaria.
t ollege Journal sent free on application,
an absence of three months at Rig Nes- Always on hand ti e best quality of Beef
tneca. have returned. and it is reported Mutton, Pork, and
T. O. Box 10L J- PAYNE’ *5^
Firemen’s tournament is in progress that the doctor is jubilant.
at Salem. The brave laddies will have
A son of Wm. Marks, on the upper
a fine time.
Willamina, is dangerously ill with some
thing resembling diptherm.
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
The state fair begins Monday next. It
School opened here last Monday with •lock.
will bo the best ever held in the state.
Prof. C C. Linden, teacher, and I un
$1 and $2 House. Single meal. 25cts.
derstand there were quite a goodly num
Fine Sampl. room, for Fommerrlal Mea.
It is sairl that the anti-Chinese league ber of pupiis present.
tn California numbers AA.ftto
*’ F- BANOAf’SER. I
All Kinds of Heat.
Brocaded Lace Buntings
111 different quality, colors nml pitteni
all of which you will find on calling m
store and examining the same will pro,.I
satisfactory both ns to price and quality
Call and see us. We will lake pleasure ¡>
showing our goods, and then if joudoniJ
want to buy no harm will be done,
Carries the Largest and Best Stock
LAWNS, In Elegnut Color, and
tf GALLOWAY & COOK, Props.
Call and be Convinced.
Lafayette Harness Shop.
We keep one of the largest and
best selected stocks of Merchandise
in Yamhill County, and are selling
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat. pur goods at bedrock prices. oUr
Farmers are respectfully invited to call spring stock in Ladies’ Dress Good,
has arrived and consists in part of
and see us.
A large quantity of excellent brick,
Storage and Cleaning. 3 cents. Calcutta
sacks constantly on hand and sold at tin
Complaint arises from, several citizens
of the United States, who say they are
illegally held in Mexico to answer for
a crime that they never committed.—
_ . renovated and is now
ready to receive grain.
Over the Yamhill River on the
Flint Martin Place !
Third Street, Lafayette, Or,
the use «»»
of knifc- .1-
caustic or acids. “No pay unw
Office at McMinnville Hotel. 1*1,
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