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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1886)
WEST SID? 1
MITES AM. XK1VS.
Yaqtiina wants a daily mail. Why
M c M innville , F riday , O ct . 15, 1886. .not?
The civil war cost tho United States
Curry county is larger than the state
In his speech at the Coopor Institute
of Rhode Island.
in New York the other evening, Mr.
Tammany has nominated A. 8. Hew-
Henry George, Knight of Labor candi
date for mayor, thus describes the object It for mayor of New York.
Albany has paid *129,000 for railroads
at tho movement he represents:
aim of this movement, and this is its firing the past fourteen years.
significance, is the assertion of the equal
Thousands of grape vines are said to
rights of man—the assertion of his equal
tie dying in California from unknown
and inalienable right to life and to all
the elements that the creator lias fur
Fourteen vessels sailed foreign from
nished for tho maintenance of that life.
sound in Sept. with cargoes worth
Here is the heart ol tho labor question,
and until we address ourselves to that, *90,000.
Ladd’s artesian well at Portland is
the labor question never can be solved.
These little children who die in our ten down 1,700 feet and still there is no signs
ement districts, have they no business of water.
hers? Do they not come into life with
Prince Napoleon has actually ventur
equal rights fioin their creator? In the ed out of 8. F. Has gone down to Vir
early days of New Zealand, when the ginia City.
English colonies bought land from the The Knights of Pythias have been hold
natives thov encountered a great difli- ing a most successful meeting at Port
culty. After they had bought and paid land this week.
for a piece of land the women would
Tho Ames rolling mill and spike fac
come with babies in their arms aiyl
tory in Jersey City was burned Tuesday
“Wo want something for
night. The loss is *2.10,000.
these babies.’ The reply was: ‘We
Helena, M olitami, has a population of
paid you for our land I’ Then they who
had parted with the land answered: 19,000 souls and claims to be the richest
‘Yes, yes, yes, but you did not pay foi city according to its size in the union.
those babies. They were not born then.’
Twenty-five thousand operatives have
That is the doctrine of inalienable rights been thrown out of employment by the
which attaches to the land.’’
shutting down ot a knit goods factory at
THE BLAINE DEMOCRATS.
Thousands of democrats voted foi
Tdaino in 1884, and were he to be a candi
date for the presidency again two years
hence there is no doubt that lie would
sweep California once mote. Of course,
Blaine’s stand on the Chinese and silver
questions—matters in which tho people
of this state take a special interest—ac
counts in part for his strength tn this
part of the co intry. But the chief rea
son for Blaine's popularity here, as eve
ry wliero else is tho conviction among
tho workers that he is a friend of labor.
The tariff, which protects the American
industry’ against ruinous European com
petition, has in him its most brilliant
defender. Yet Mr. Blaine in his cham
pionship of protection simply speaks for
his partv. In Ids moments of great ar
dor he lias not outstripped tho republi
can organization in devotion to the anti
free trade theory. The prevailing senti
ment in California among all classes ia
favorable to protection.
The logic of the situation therefore,
should make Califo nu a republican
state. And the same logic should Keep
on the republican side this year those
democrats wl o in 1884 worked and vo
ted for the success of Mr. Blaine.—8.‘F.
Jefferson Davis attacks General Sher
man in a public letter. It is a great .leal
too late. He had all the opportunity he
wanted to attack Sherman twenty-one
years ago, when William Tecumseh was
moving about in tho Carolinas. lie
failed to attack at that, time to any pur
pose and had to run away, and was
caught ineffectively disguised in a wo
man’s petticoat, ami was finally spared
contemptuously bv the nation he had
tried to destroy. Nothing that this un
hung traitor can say at this late day is
of any particular consequence to aqy
member of the Sherman family, or to
A man at Denver, Colorado, woke up
in tlm night, saw a da k form between
him and the window, and forthwith fired
ut it. It was his wife, whom he mis
took for u burglar, an 1 so mortally
wounded. But supposing his account of
the case is accepted, what is to be
thought of the intelligence of a man who
blazes away tl us recklessly with his
eyes only half open? The plain truth is
that such idiots ought to be subjected to
all the pains and pen .Hies which are
due of the wretch who “didn’t know
it was loaded.”
About a year ago the receiver of taxes
levied a tax upon the shares of the na
tional banks in New York. The banks,
as representing shareholders' interest,
demanded of tho receiver and obtained
injunction restraining him lor collecting
the taxes. A decision of Judge Wallace
is made upon the motion of thirty-live
banka to have the injunction made per
manent. The motion for injunction was
The log house in which Gen. Lee sur
rendered to Gon. Grant, near Richmond,
Va., has been purchased by Capt. Hal
leck and removed Io New York where it
will lx> transfère.! to the Grant Monu
ment aseoeition and placed near Grant's
The superintendent of the Philadel
phia mint reports that the demand for
small coins is very great.
ing; coins of all kinds are in groat de
mand out here.
Even S. J. Tilden was in debt. A
judgement for *125,000 has just been
filed against the estate. Blessed be
Marion county’s property is assessed
at *5,986,986; indebtedness, *2,565,291:
The West Shore for October is a beau
ty and is worth the subscription price
for a year
Albany, N. Y.
The meanest man we have heard of
was the one that th-ew fresh eggs at a
speaker in Missouri. Eggs are worth
too much to be used that wav.
Monday night severe storms visited
the coast of Florida and I.onsiana. At
New Orleans a portion of the city was
submerged and much damage was done
to vessels and railroads.
For some days past a strike by the
employees of the stock yards at Chicago
Ims threatened to result seriously. Bat
it is probable from the present outlook
that the trouble will be peaceably settled
The output of the Drum Dumnion for
the month of September was *134,070.88.
The amount of Are crushed was 3,050
tons, and tho sixty stamps in the two
mills ran twenty-seven days. The divi
dends this quarter will be *250,000.
In the Episcopal convention at Chi
cago Wednesday, there was an anima
ted discussion over a motion to send
congratulations to the “Congregational
After the substitution of
“Brethren” for "Church,” the resolu
tion was adopted.
Capt. Carrol is decidedly unfortunate.
It lias been but a lew years since the
Great Republic, which was under bis
command, was lost at the mouth of the
Columbia. Of late lie has been in charge
of the steamer Ancon, plying between
San Francisco and Victoria.
evening of September 13th the Ancon
was under full speed and when neat
Gustoven point, near the entrance to
Glacier Bay, stiueka rock and stove a
hole ill the foie part of the vessel, fifteen
feet in breadth. There was a heavy sea
on at the time and the situation was per
ilous, but under the assuianeeof Cap
tain Carroll, the passengers b shaved
The waler put out the fires at 11
;>. til., but by 12 midnight the flood tide
floated the vessel off the rock. All sail
was hoisted «nd the vessel beached.
Here the passengers remained for four
teen days, living on the upper deck, as
the lower deck was submerged. In the
meantime Captain Carroll sent a steam
launch to Kill:-,.moo, eighty miles distant
and from thence tile tidings were sent to
Sitka. The II. 8. steamer l’inta came to
the assistance of the shipwrecked pas
sengers. The 1’inta could not accoinmo-
I ite the passengers when she arrived
on the scene, and returned to Juneau,
where word was left for the Idaho. Tl.e
Idaho took the passengers to Sitka and
from there to Victor! i. The Ancon was
patched up and floated on the 2d of Oc
tober, and taken to Douglas Island
where she will be repaired un I taken to
San Francisco. The passengers passed
the fourteen days detention in hunting,
fishing, and whist playing. Tho fact
that the hold of the Ancon was tilled
with empty barrels prevented lrcr from
No lives were lost, but Mrs.
Alex Whidden, of Philadelphia, aged 75
years, was made seriously ill, and sub
sequently was stricken with paralysis.
She is now so ill that her life is dispair-
HARD TIMES NO MORE !
There is no necessity of complaining of hard times, or that tri
is dull, if vou keep the right kind of goods and nt BOTTOM pRiCj
thev will sell themselves, and we keep that class ot goods, or try
but the FACT is we SELL them almost as
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However our store contains a stock ot D..I (>S, ali.Olt INEb.SCHOf
M c M innville O ctober 12, 1806. BOOKS TOBACCO, CIGABS, BLUE VITRIOL and COAL OIL
endless variety. We respectfully request the public to call amlWl!
We will treat'you well and give you every possible attention at
Tlia Kost Successful Physician
and Surgeon in the West,
FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN SUR
GKO. W. BOUT’S
GICAL INSTITUTE OF INDIA
Prescription Drug Stor,
PATIENTS WILL RECEIVE EVERY
Necessary and Prompt Attention until a
Cure is 1 onipleted, No incurable case will
he received fur treatment. Twenty years’
experience in tl." treatment of I lironie
Diseases and Deformities. New, Improved
and Scientific Methods. Cures made in u
remarkably short time, and n positive guar ■
says: “In my previous report I referred
to the imperative need of reform ol the
administration of the public land laws
to the end of protecting public interests
rather than ministering to the advantage
of speculation and monopoly, private or
corporate. A steady purpose, in which
1 have endeavored to reflect, has been
protection of the public domain and its
preservation for inhabitancy by’ actual
cultivators, to whom it rightfully be
longs. The evidencies of 'widespread,
persistent land-robbery’ laid before you
in my last report were furnished by of
ficers and agents appointed by tiie last
Developments of the
past year, under the agences of the new
administration, have justified every
word said in my last report.”
This Space is For
We keep one of the largest a
best selected stocks of Merchant!
in Yamhill County, and are sell*
our goods ¡it bedrock prices." Oi
spring stock in Ladies’ Dress Gw;
has arrived and consists in parti
Cambrics, Manchester Sateen
and a large assortment of
LAWNS, in Elegant Colors and StylJ
The Cheapest Goods
in the World
In (linerent quality, colors and patted
all of which you will lind on calling at J
store ami examining the same will prod
satisfactory both as to ¡»rice and (¡uaM
Call and see us. We will take pleasfirel
showing our goods, and then if you do J
want to buy no harm will be done.
Brocaded Lace Buntings
EYE AND EAR.
We are endorsed by many eminet Ocu
lisis and Physicians in the treatment, of the
EYE. No severe medicines used. Surgical
operations performed on the eye without
pain or the use of chloroform, by the appli
cation of the new ami wonderful anetvsthet-
ic, bydrochlorate of cocoaine, which has
revolutionized opthahnic surgery. Dr. Tur
ner will straighten cross eyes in one miirute
without pain or alter inconvenience.
Jones A1 Co.,
Nervous Debility, Impotcncy, Urinary
and all Private Diseases speedily corrected,
(.•a 11 and see us No difference what your
ailments are. Thorough satisfaction guar
anteed. Terms reasonable. All letters of
inquiry should be addressed to
White and Red Lead,
Linseed and Imbricating Oils.
Varnishes of all Description]
M c M innville , O regon .
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
Always on hand tl c best quality of Beef,
Mutton, l’ork, and
I’. & B. and Princess Metalit
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Oela
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
Dr. A. P. TURNER.
All Kinds of Meat.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
GIVE ME A CALL.
Livery and Feed Stable !!
R. McKUNE, P ropr .
-SUCCESSOR TV P. C. NARVER—
He Gi’i'üí 'óiiiiri’iiiuiüfniall!i
The Direct Route I No Delays!
TT3ZJE LOWEST BATS
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS
East. Tickets sold to all prominent ss
throughout the East and Soutltcart
reams and outfits furnished parties wisli- TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGE^
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
Be careful and do not make a mistaU
But be sure to lake the
The Furniture Man
Give me a Call «« N orthern P acific R ailed
Ca rries the Largest and Best Stock ,
And see that vour ticket reads via I
J. J. Proprietor
11 Ely M
in Yamhill County.
All Kinds of
ST. PAUL OR MINHEAPOlj
To avoid chanzes and serious delaysW
binned by other routes.
Fed Sta. Through
Emigrant Sleeping 1
are Run on Regular Exprt»l
Trucking and Delivering
5 Done to order. Constantly on hand. Mill
Feed, Flour, Wheat and Oats. Also all
: kinds of M ood Shingles, Posts. Shakes
I Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
I Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
Orders left with Rogers A Todd, at Citv
Drug fetore, promptly tilled.
Come See and be Convinced.
IM Saiim Gfe!
Third Street Bet. I) and E.
Xi Nliicni Saw Kills, '
McMinnville Sash and door Fatta]
Bird à Gat
Lafayette Harness Shop,
Dyspepsia, Liver anil Kidney diseases,
Rheumatism, Tumor, Scrofula, and
uli skin affections positively
REWARD for an incurable
case of Hemorrhoids or
Piles! No pain or detention
from business 1 Fistula, t l-
.■ers and all rectal trouble:) a tpeeiulty.
—Harness at the—
A Large Assortment
HERE WE ARE AT LAST !
—Executed at the—
—Have just received—
fc, fab, tai d M
The gale is steadily increasing and tele
graph communication with the main
land will doubtless be cut off by morn-
Four thousand four hundred claim
ants in Southern Oregon want *15,000,-
000 for losses sustained by Indian depre
dations in the early days.
McMinnville Pioneer Boot and Shoe Siers.
Suitable for Cull and Winter »...
Mu...... . the BE' I MATURI i|
nml by WHITE LABOR
All Oo.nl» U »i rnnteil as ,:*yr..nu
short notice. Sign of the Big lil)0( „
P. F. BROWSJ
We have devoted our attention extensive
ly to the treatment of all the dillerent ail
ments peculiar to the weaker sex. Affiieted
ladies are invited to call at our office and
investigate our facilities for the speedy and
Commissioner Sparks, of the general permanent correction of their troubles.
land office, has submitted to the secre Sutter no longer. Come at once and receive
immediate relief, and
a short time a rad
tary of the interior his report of the op
erations of his office (or the last fiscal
year. At the outset the commissioner
Elijah Smith, president of the Oregon
Navigation company, says respecting the
proposition of the O. It. & N. lines to
lease its lines to the Union Pacific:
“There is some talk that way, but it is
not yet no far advanced. It is simply a
resumption of negotiations which were
Since tho pauper law has been con
pending when I went west.
strued in New York to prevent tho land
The 8. F. Bulletin again asserts that ing of Mormon proselytes from Europe
the Southern Pacific will turn off to at that port, special agents for the Latter
Eastern Oregon, and not soon form a Day Saints have selected Philadelphia
Portland connection. It asserts that the as the best place to escape from the re
road will head off the Oiegon Pacific and strictions of Gotham. It. has been learn
tha* will be a terrible blow to that road. ed that numbers of women, with a sprin
If the Oregon and California chooses to kle of men, have quietly landçd here
build ai ross the Siskiyou, connection under the care of custodians, and taken
their way west to Salt Lake City without
may be made.
the interferance of the collector. The
Monday last three ships laden with converts are carefully instructed, especi
Oregon grain left the port of Portland, ally’ the English
caking portion, to
as follows: The British ship Burmah steer clear of questioners, particularly
cleared yesterday for Queenstown with those of the répertoriai order, and to in
13,842 bushels of wheat on board. The dicate, if questioned closely that they
British ship Elburst cleared for the cannot speak English. Efforts are being
“time port with 70,150 bushels of wheat, made to hasten the arrival of as many as
the British ship Sdverhow also cleared possible, and to get them started to
for Queenstown with 57,134 bushels of
Utah before the authorities at Philadel
phia take any decisive measures to
The treasury department has publish cause their detention.
'd a statement showing the population,
net revenue and net expenditures of the
A dispatch from Galveston, Texas,
government for the last fiscal year, with October 13th says: A terrific gale is
the per capita of revenues and expendi blowing from the north, and the water
The population is given at 58,- on the bay side of the city is washing
420,000, and thè net revenue nt *336,- over the docks; on the gulf side the wa
439,727, being a per capita of *5.76 or .06 ter is rolling several squares into the
,;ieater than the fiscal year of 1885. The city against tho gale. Steamships, sail
expenditures were *242,483,138, a per ing vessels and barges are pounding
capita of *4.15 or .24 less than that of heavily against the wharves,'and the
'lie previous year.
loss to shipping willdoubtless be he ivy.
At present there arc 109 vessels in
port at San Francisco, .58 chartered and
51 disengaged. The chartered tonnage
iggregntes 85,520 tons, against 31,340 at
this time last year.
tonnage is 67,279 tons, against 83.163 at
this time a year ago. Nearly all the
chartered vessels are engaged for the
grain carrying trade.
During two days
last week over 40,000 tons of coal arrived
in this port; said to be the largest
amount that ever arrived there in that
length of time.
I n I. T. the Cherokees have just awoke
to the fact that boomers to the number of
about 2,00il are right in their midst.
The Advocate, the official journal of the
Cherokee Nation, prints an article head
ed “Boomers Among Us,” and urges
that immediate action be taken for their
expulsion. These boomers have been
concentrating in the nation for the last
five or ten years, under the pretext of
claimants tor citizenship, which they
now claim, and boast they are going to
have at all harards.
A great many of
these intruders, by claiming to have In
dian blood in them, have been able to
prima facie cases up, sufficient to pro
cure protection papers from the United
States agent, as ordered by the depart
ment at Washington.
t ox • i:i!'vt i:i:ciu:3.
Buggy Harness from $12.00 ami upward
ream Harness from *25.00 and upward.
I have also something entirely new in the
line of s .veat pads.
My terms are CASH, or notes that can
be turned into ca«h.
[Corner Third and C Streets]
OVER YAMHII.L COUNTY BANK,
OCTOBER 18, 1886.
Attention is respectfully invited to this
Trains Full Length of the I
Line. Berths Free.
General Office of the Company, I
No. 2 Washington St.. Portlar.il
A. D. CHARLTON,
General Western Passen^rAflJI
Third Street, between E andF-
First-class accommodations forCc®1
cial men and general travel.
BVSIXESS school .
Transient stock well cared for.
Its facilities for thorough practical in I Everything new and in First-Class
■Imfl: Ae. ar7„^rrt,,n}’’ b*,,k
Patron a sro rr«pprtfiil1v ®olicitefl.
flails or private instruction day or even- j
College Journal sent free on application I
< . I. HuDillToX. priii
p. o. Box mi' J- I>AYSE-
A lilliiiix Done!
I would most respectfully announce that ^nnmud ,,,,, -’J ;
I,.1,',“'?' •t”''1 ,h.e.
Mill m Happy 5 alley, have thoroughly
overhaul«! and repaired it, and am now
ready to do grinding for toll orcash.
< ’ome and see me.
N. 8. BOOTH.
J- A. VFRSTFFO.
McMinnville Sept. SO. law C’ BooTH-
Hinter & Marti
Groceries and Provisi
Prices Io Suit the Tii*