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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
M c M innville , F riday , S ept . 24, 1880.
LADIES IN SCHOOL MATTERS
rhe following crop review appears
in this week’s issue of the Farmer’s
Review: The corn crop is maturing
rapidly, and reports from correspondents
this week indicate, approximately, prob
ably twenty-five per acre in bushels.
Frosts occured in Illinois, Wisconsin
Iowa and Nebraska dining the week,
and some injury is icported to late grain
in the lowlands, but in the main no
general injury occurred, owing to ma
turity of giain. In twenty-one counties
in Illinois the average ranges from ten
to forty bushels, with an apparent aver
age of about twenty-five bushels to the
acre. The same general average is in
dicated in Iowa, The average in Minn
esota in fourteen counties is placed at
In Indiana, twelve
counties icport a general average of
twenty-nine bushels. In Kansas reports
from twelve counties report an average
of twenly-two bushels. In Ohio the av-
erge of counties reporting is thirty-two
In Wisconsin the average i«
In Missouri the
general average is placed at twenty-four
bushels. Reports from Nebraska indi
cate an immensly large yield. In some
districts, in Cedar, Merrimac, I’latte
and Hitchcock counties reports indicate
that tho yield will range from forty to
sixty bushels. Reports from Michigan
indicate a yield ranging from twenty to
seventy-five bushels per acre. While
none of the returns are sufficiently com
plete to estimate accuiatelv, the general
average of probable yield data is com
plete enough to indicate approximately
a probable general average.
Bird & Gates,
I would most re.qiei tfullv niinounee that
Snow fell in Montana, on Sunday last. I have leased the Chris Newby i bili’-mg
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
Salem will soon have a new blink overhauled and repaired it. and am now
rei. lv to do grinding for toil or cash.
f ume and SSS lile.
W. H. McKnight of Scio, died from a lg.,,3
stroke of parulvria Sunday.
Storace and Cleaning. 3 cents. Calcutta
Forest fires are »till raging fiercely in
sucks eonstuntly on hand and Bold atine
AITICE is hereby given that the eo-pnrt- lowest rates.
the country about Calais, Me.
nersbip heretofoie ex »sting under the
There are 1,552 corps and 3,602 offi firm name of John A. Cain A ( »»., at the
town of Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Or., is this Highest Market ¡’l ire ¡’aid for ¡¡heat.
cers in the salvation army.
dav dissolved bv mutual consent. Mr. John
Let’s all move to Klamath county.— A. Cain withdrawing therefrom. All de»11’’
Farmers are respectfully invit» <l to call
owing by the firm are assumed and will be and see us,
Wheat is $1 a bushel up there.
paid by the remaining copartners, and all
Hog cholera has broken out in eastern debts owing to the firm are payable to said tf GALLOWAY & COOK, Praps.
remaining copartners, only.
Illinois and is proving very fatal
Sheridan, Ur , Aug. 18111, 1886.
J. A. CAIN.
Recent heavy rains have almost
ruined the crops in the north of Ireland.
Umatilla county Wool Growers asso
ciation lias incorporated with $50,000
It is not yet definitely known whether
Secretary Manning will resign his office
Etchings that formerly cost $1 can
—SUCCESSOR TO D. C. NARVEB—
now be reproduced in photographic foim
for 15 cents.
There is no monument over the grave
of I’resi lent Tyler, and it is grass grown
Mr. Gladstone received $5,000 from
Will have an early Fall Stock.
his publishers for his pamphlet on the
A destructive hail storm struck South
Bend, Indiana, Wednesday, and did Carries the Largest and Best Stock
in Yamhill County.
Judge Samuel Miller, of Aurora, Ma
rion county, a pioneer of ’63, died Sept.
17th, aged 85 years.
Mrs. Hancock’s reminiscences of her
This Space is For
late husband are about completed and
will be published this winter.
Beer kegs are delicate creatures at
Pendleton. A man was fined $17.50 for
shooting at one the other day.
A contract has been giyen to an
American firm for twenty-six miles
of cable road in Melborne, Australia.
Jay Gould has his eye on another rail
road for the west—extension of the Mis
souri Pacific from Wichita to the Rocky
mountains and Denver.
The great dome at Notre Dame, Ind.
university is being coverd with gold
leaf. The work wiil require about 4,000
books of gold leaf, and will cost about
The silver dollars coined under the
Bland act have reached a total of $233,-
000,000, which is about equal in amount
to the gold coin and bullion held by the
All the mills at Amsterdam, N. Y.,
belonging to the Knit Goods association
—Executed at tlie—
have shut down, throwing 2,000 hands
out of employment. A long and bitter
fight is probable.
Third Street, Lafayette, Or.
Progressive ideas, in matters pertain
ing to the instruction of children, should
and do rule, un i great advancement has
been made thereby. Ono of tlieexplod-
ed practices that has given away to a
more enlightened and advanced course
is the belief in tho superiority of male
over the female teachers, which led
many to suppose because there were
some largo boys in their school, who
Were prone to indulge in wild pranks,
that it was necessary to employ a man
to teach, ju/t as though the man's great
er physical strength was to be employed 1
in forcing those unruly boys into subjec
tion, says the Albany Herald
ence has shown that tho woman’s supe
rior tact and sympathetic control, in
nine cases out of ten, is by far more ef
fectual than man’s government, and that
the man who attempts to control by the
exhibition of bis superior brute force,
invariably makes a disastrous failure.
These progressive ideas have, in a
great measure, placed women in our
public schools on an equal footing in ev
ery respoct with men. The only way to
accomplish this is to amend the prac
tice, now in general custom, of paying
lady teachers a less salary than male
teachers. Equal duties, equally as well
|>erioriued should command just the
same pay, no matter who performs
them. Another point, but one in which
The Dalles Times-Mountaineer savs:
Oregon has already taken an advanced
step, is to give ladies a chance to vote, The greatest excitement was created in
act snd control if necessary matters per the city last Wednesday by the report
taining to school management. Califor that smoke could be seen issuing from
nia is not as far advanced in this matter the crater of Mt. Hood, A large crowd
as we are, and the Alta remarks upon assembled on the bridge, and nearly all
this subject as follows: The odium ol the field glasses intown were brought
official management ot our schools is its into requisition. A white flaky sub
relation to politics. That relation will stance could be plainly seen passing
never lie sufficiently broken down until from the south side and rapidly chang
women, whose political symathies are ing in outline as it passed from the
so far devoted as to other and larger mountain. One advocated the theory
ideas, are permitted a place amongst that it was snow blown into the air fiom
Under the present sys the sides; another that it was steam
tem a grogshop keeper can be elected a which came from the heated crevices
school director, and they are so elected near the crater; but the general opinion
in many cities, while a cultured and prevailed that it was smoke from fires
qualified lady, « hose sex is drawn upon which were about ready to burst forth.
for the teaching force of the schools, is This vapor, smoke or whatever it may
made ineligible. The system should be be has been frequently observed in re
reformed. We prefer a percentage of gard to Mt. Hood, and we leave the
women upon the school boards. All pa matter entirely with the scientists of the
tents who kindly regard the welfare of state to determine what it is.
ladies who teach their children prefer
Dr. Smith, ot Portland, who is inte
women for directors. Tax pavers, who
are bled by political directors, have the rested in the Creur d’Alene mines, has
same preference. California will add to this to say of them : "The placer mines
her glory and advance her civilization during the past year,” he said, “have
t'io day she relaxes her inexcusable law yielded from $250,001) to $300,000. Inside
and permils ladies a vote in tho official of ninety days 120 stamps will produce
music sweeter to the quartz miners' ears
management of her public schools.
A syndicate of Paris and Berlin bank
than an aria rendered by silver voiced
As time goes on it is becoming more Patti. This will mark an epoch in the ers have subscribed 60,000,(MX) francs lo
M c M innville , oregon .
and more apparent that the system ot history of the Cœur d’Alene region, and carry out the scheme sanctioned by the
on band ti e best quality of Beef,
road-work in this country should be a new era will dawn for the region, and
Mutton, Pork, and
changed. What is “everybody’s busi the output of bullion will be greatly in connect the Black sea with the Persia
ness is nobody’s business,” applies very creased. Take the entire group of mines gulf.
Albany Herald: Already near $6,000
aptly’ to the Bvstem as carried on under included in the Cœur d’Alene district,
Most of them do their which are the south fork and its tribu have been subscribed toward securing
work well as far as they go; but many taries, Pritchard and Eagle creeks, the the location of the Oregon Pacific cai
The committee will
of them have not the time to devote to north fork and its tributaries and the shops at Albany.
GIVE ME A CALL.
the work ; hence the bad roads in many Bald Mountain district, and from pres commence active work toward raising
localities. To obviate this let road-work ent prospects it beats anything yet seen the amount during the coming week.
GEO. W. BURT'S
W. F. BANGA8SER.
be done by contract to responsible men, on this coast.
Charles Smith attempted suicide by
Prescription Drug Store.
who shall enter into bonds for a faithful
cutting bis throat, at Salem, Sunday
Prineville to-day can boast of one He failed in this, was lodged in jail to
performance of their duty. Then let the
taxes for road purposes lai paid in mo
await examination as a lunatic and X
ney for the payment of the work. This the state can, that of having no school while there secured a bottle of mor
mode would cost no mote than the pres house, no school district, and no pros phine, took the contents and died from
ent one, and in our opinion would be a pect of having a school for the next the effects.
great deal better.
year; and more, the citizens of Prine
R. McKUNE, P ropr .
Tho Herald says: The entire hop
ville have said by their acts that they
Miss Varina Davis, daughter of the prefer to see their children grow up in crop of the New York is a complete fail
ex-president of the confederacy, who ignorance than to see t(iem educated.— tire. The loss estimated by competent
fct . Q .5
was born in the executive mansion, People of Prineville, do you enjoy this judges amounts to a million dollars. The
Teams and outfits furnished parties wisli-
scarcity will be felt by thousands of
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
Richmond, shortly before the co lapse of reputation ?—Review.
farmers, laborers and small shop keep
that government, has just been elected
Mis» Amelin Jackson, daughter of the ers. The crop of 1885, in round figures
an honorary member of Lee Camp,
Southern Veterans. Tilings are not ('apt. Jackson who killed Col. Ellsworth amounted to 190,000 bales, but this year
ns they were twenty years ago. Then it of the Chicago Zouaves, at the breaking in favored sections, it will not be 10,000
was “good bye, Jeff; good live Jeff; 1 out of the war, lias been appointed to a bales, of which two-thirds is unfit for
M o ■Z! o>
told you so before.” But now he is pat position in the patent office. Nothing market. The previous failure of the
ted on the back and placed before the
country as a chivalrous patriarch. Bully
Statesman: Seth Duelling, of the
“What shall wo do with our boys?”
AU Kinds of
for Varina and her old dad. “Sic sem
asks the McMinnville T elephone . Send
per tyrannus; cultus tillicum; nika
Trucking and Delivering
them to Cuba.—News. Why, according patients of the insane asylum all of the z
s|>ose mikn mirnaloos Uncle Sam, mika
Done to order. Constantly on hand. Mill
to the News, that island sank a few days premium fruit which he exhibited at the
heed. Hour. Wheat and Oats. Also, nil
’Twon’t do to send them on any state fair. There were about 150 varie
kinds of Wood. Shingles, Posts. Shakes
ties of apples, pears, plumsand peaches,
Lie. All orders left with us for Stowe A
George M. Bartholomew, President of
Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
which proved a rare and agreeable treat z
the Charter Oak Life Insurance company
In Tennessee two brothers are run to the patients. If the giver is more
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
of Hartford, is a defaulter in the sum of ning for governor—one on the democratic blessed than the receiver, Mr. Luellina
left with Rogers
Todd, at Citv
♦ 127,00*1. He left Hartford ostensibly ticket the other republican.
Theii received a greater reward for bis gift
Drug Store, promptly tilled.
Pure Drugs, Chemicals,
f ir New York on Mon lav, but it has names are Taylor, are both tiddlers and than when he received his premium
since been learned that lie went to Can have more fun than “you can shake a money.
ada. One of the directors is reported as stick at” on the canvass.
The Knight Templars Charity day
the lowest prices
Baying that the company is wrecked,
(Successor to J. B. Ilohr.)
with no money to its credit, and several
A fellow named Inches sets up a claim w is celebrated in royal fai hion at St
t :o San Francisco; but Judge Sawyer
of tho drafts already protested.
kicks bint bard enough to make him drill was participated in by a number of
Attorney General Bradford has pre think his name has been changed to commanderies. After the drill all bands
[Corner Third and C Streets]
in attendance under lead of I*. 8. Gil
pared a statement for the benefit of the Feet.
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK, Carriage Tainting anil Sign Writing
Kansas State Temperance union, show
It looks as if Charleston was indeed a choice selections
The “Star Spangled
ing the extent of the drug store business
in Kansas, in connection with the ques
OCTOBER 18, 1886.
A share of this public patronage is re-
tion of prohibition. After prefacing hie occurred and on the 20th three shocks acc mipaniment. guns being set off by
is respectfully invited to this ! “pcctfully solicited.
again shook the city.
report with the observation that accord
125,000 people were in attendance.
nranrEBN school .
ing to the sworn returns of the proper
ItfShop-Rohr’s old stand, McMinnville, 0.
Just now the Astoiian and Statesman
It« facilities for tnorongh practical in-
officers, there is not a single open saloon are “chinning” each other lively, (io
in forty-five counties of Kansas.
for it, boys, and may the best man
specialty where currency, bank .becks
drafts, etc., are used.
conio out on top.
°r ,,rivate ¡"»»ruction day or cven-
The Oregonian wants the state fair
Good news: President Cleveland lias
removed from Salem to Portland, We
Collegv Journal sent free on application
The Leader in Millinery
C. F. HOUGHTON, I’rin
don’t see any need lor one place wishing returned to Washington.
r. o Box ioic J;PAYXE’
HAIR WEAVING and STAMPING.
to “hog” tho whoo business. Let it the assoeiated press do now for gossip?
Opposite Grange Store. McMinnville.
alone where it is; or bring it to Yamhill.
It surprises us to learn that Hank
Vaughn is still alive, Patent insides
W. D. F enton .
f w F enton .
They are having a little revolution in
had him dead a month ago. Oh my 1
Spain. On the 20th there was a slight
FENTON A- FENTON,
$1 and $2 House. Single meal? 25cts.
insurrection at Madrid. But the move
Rev. Sam Jones has lieen whirled
OBÎTEY3 AT T j A"W
Fine Samplr rooms for Commercial Men.
ment was squelched and the foremost clean around the circle ami will shortly
loaders have been doomed to death.
bring tip at Han Francisco.
We keep one of the largest an(|
best selected stocks of Merchant
in Yamliill County, and are gelliro
our goods nt bedrock prices. (jUt
spring stock in Ladies’ Dress Good,
has arrived and consists in part of-
Cambrics, Manchester Sateens
and a large assortment of
LAWNS, lu Kli-gant Color» »nd M;!«,'
Brocaded Lace Buntings
In different quality, colors anil patterr.1
nil of wliii-h you will find on calling at
store and examining the same will w,LI
satisfactory both ns to price and «¿[’l
Call and see us. Wewilf take pleasure fl
showing our goods, and then if j-oud0|J
want to buy no harm will be done.
Jones & Co, ?
Tlie Cheapest Goods
in the World
Nexlucca Saw Mills,
Minnville Sash ami door Fatfwl
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
All Kinds of Meat
Livery and Feed Stable!!
Transient Stack Well Cared For!
Give me a Call ««
J. J. COLLARD,
So. 1 Ely W mi fssl h.
JONES & Co,
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition.
Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tach
Special attention given to repairing (ft
Pistols, Serving Machines, Saw Filine,I1
I have in my shop as fine a noweren
feed lathe as can be found in tire statu
am fully prepared to
Repair Broken Machinery
of all kinds—Farm Machinery, Tnc
Braly’s Bank Building, C St .:
OFFICE CITY MARKET
—Dealers in -
White and lied Lead,
Linseed and Lubricating Oil
Varnishes of all Descriptii
Kalsomine, Spanish Wliidns,
P. & B. and Princess Metallic
Hoof Paint, Venitian Reti,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochr
In the City.
The place where you can get juicy!
and line roasts—ali at the lowest a
price. Fresh l-’ish Tuesdays and Fri
Always a Fat Cow on Hand.
W. J. GARRISON & C
The Direct Route I No Delays
Fast Trains I
THE LOWEST RA
TO CHICACO AND ALL POINTS
East. Tickets sold to all prnniinenlR
throughout the East and Soiitla«^
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGE
Be careful and do not make a mi“1
But be sure to take the
N orthern P acific R aw
And see that vour.ticket reads’
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPi
To avoid changes and serious delay
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Slecpin?
are Run on Regular Exp'
Trains Full Length of th
General Office of tlie Conip**!
No. 2 Washington St.. Portl
A. D. CHARLTON,
General Western I’assengvr
Chas. L. Bergevin,
Plain and Onanental Painting ami
Hrs II. P. STURT,
Groe cries and Provisions.
Prices to Suit (he Timos.
St. Charles Hotel,
The Leadins Hotel «f JlfMinnville.
tu F. HU.TSER, Prop.
Third Street, between h and'
Henderson Bros. ?
First-class accommodations for'
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cared ft*-
Everything new and in First-CU*
Patronage respectfully solicit*^
M rs . A. M c D onald . | Mit® K
In Mrs. Stuart’s
Cured without the u*e of knl, •,
caustic <»r acids. “No pay u<j
Office at McMinnville Hotel.
references.. The poor