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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1886)
WEST SIDE 'TELEPHONE.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, NOVEMBER 9, 1886.
ALONG THE COAST.
John Kirkbright, a brakeman on
AGRICULTURE A FRAUD.
the Northern Pacific night freight,
Observations of a flood Man Who Intended
Probable Origin of This Famous Breed of
Devoted Principally to Washington Territory
to Grow Rich by Farming.
Great Pianist and Composer.
cars near Tacema, fell between the
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
The basest fraud on earth is agricul
The recent death of the illustrious
This noble breed of bovtnes is of re
ture. The deadliest ignis fatuus that musician brings to mind an interesting- mote origin. For some centuries pre
Seattle merchant has laid up leaves a family in Portland.
Gunson's Buildimi, McMinnville, Oregon, fifty A barrels
ever glittered to beguile and dazzled to incident.
vious to the conquest of England by
of spruce gum.
The growth of population in the
— BV —
It was in the summer of 1882, when the first William, in the year 1066, the
Live quail are being shipped from Cœur d’Alene district has been re- j betray is agriculture. I speak with
Talmaff® & Turner, Santa Rosa, Cal., to England.
markable. Murray and its surround-1 feeling on this subject, for I’ve been traveling in Europe, we happened to warlike Scandinavians of Denmark
Fubluh.rs and Proprietors.
It is proposed to connect the Moxee ing towns have a population of 2,000 I glittered and beguiled an.I dazzled and reach Zurich, in Switzerland, during and Sweden had made frequent preda
country with North Yakima by tele while the Wardner district has some | destroyed by this same arch deceiver. a musical reunion of the German- tory incursions into Northumbria. The
1.600, a total for the Cœur d’Alene of ’ She has made me a thousand promises Swiss musical societies. The town object of these incursions was con
ami broken every one of them.
was handsomely decorated, and prep quest. plunder, trade and subjection of
g|> month«....................................................... I “
She has promised me early potatoes arations had been made on quite an the Britons to their rule and domina
Fishing craft down the coast report
accidently killed while hunting near
¿ntered In the PostoMee at McMinnville, Or., Lehi, Cal.
the presence of an unusually large and the rain has drowned them, late extensive scale. The programme was tion. Many of the marauders settled in
and the drought has withered
as second-class matter.
Northumbria, and became incorporated
of jelly-fish in Monterey bay. potatoes
arranged for several days. A very with the natives by marriage and suc
Colville reservation contains 700,000
She has promised cherries ami the large building was used for the exer
square miles and is about 100 miles
of their families, and so re
| to row a boat through these masses of cureulio has stung them, ami they con cises and on the particular evening to cession
H. V. V. JOHNSON, M. D. long by 95 wide.
mained until the invading forces were
fish as it is to row through mud.
tain living things uncomely to the eye which I refer, in which seemed to be driven back to their own shores under
Northwest comer of Second an<l*B streets,
A Santa Rosa (Cal.) hunter is credited
C. A. Rideout, agent of the Nash and unsavory to the taste.
the climax of the festival, tickets were the power of the new conqueror. As a
She has promised strawberries and difficult to obtain and the place was consequence of the Scandinavian inva
M c M innville
ville, Chattanooga and St. Louis
one shot recently.
Railroad, writes to Los Angeles that
crowded. The programme in this par sions commerce between them and the
Msy be foun-l at Lis office when not absout on pro-
A dozen new schoolhouses have he will bring out 6000 negroes this them and the eye cannot see them.
ticular event was apparently made up Northumbrians became frequent, and
been built in Tulare county, Cal., dur fall and winter from South Carolina
No wonder that Cain killed his of selections from German and Swiss the cattle of the neighboring continent
ing the past year.
authors. The fourth or fifth number were more or less introduced on to
and Tennessee. They will all be
LITTLEFIELD & CALBREATH,
The British bark Jessie Stowe sailed selected with a view of beihg first-class The wonder is that he didn't kill his was some favorite composition of Abbe British soil. So far as we can learn
Liszt, and when the artist, a celebrity from imperfect history and tradition,
Physicians and Surgeons, from Victoria with 30,555 caseB of help.
a grandfather to kill. No doubt liis whose name I have forgotten, who was those cattle were large in size, short
salmon for Liverpool.
The Rocky Mountain Telegraph
to play it on the piano, stepped for in the horns, rather coarse frames, tbe
M c M innville AND LAFAYETTE. OB.
White men are to be employed in Company has filed articles of incor Adam seven dollars a barrel, hail been ward, he was greeted with great ap cows giving abundance of milk, and,
J F. Galbreath, M. D.. oflica over Yamhill County place of Chinese on the Rutherford
plause, which he pleasantly recog when fattened for slaughter, heavy
poration at Helena, M. T., with a
Bank McMinnville, Oiegon.
i R Littlefield, M D.,
D office on Main street, and Clear Lake Railroad.
capital stock of $500,000. One of the I of the Euphrates’ his Pennsylvania nized. As he turned to go toward the weights of beef of rather coarse quali
piano the applause, instead of subsid ty. Their colors were either pure
About ten miles of grading lias been objects is to build a line into Portland.
worth cutting; his Norway oats ing, seemed constantly to increase and white, or pale red, or red and white,
done on the Southern Pacific extension It is thought that the new company is wasn't
had gone to straw, and would not yield
or less intermixed into roan, or
0. A. YOUNG-, M. D.
from Newhall toward Ventura.
connected with the Mackay Bennett live pecks per acre, and his Black to extend further and further over the more
vast assemblage. Occasionally a faint brindled, sometimes red, no other
Spanish watermelons had been stolen I “Liszt, Liszt" was heard, which, being colors prevailing.
It is rumored that Michael Davitt,
Physician and Surgeon,
A Chinese association at Sacra- by boys who had pulled up the vines, ' taken up, increased in volume until it
It has been from that ancient stock,
the Irish patriot, ______
is about _ to
OREGON. ried to Mi'ss Yore, an Oakland heiress, mento is negotiating with the Federal broken down the patent picket fence, became a general shout.
Amid the in all probability, that the grand breed
I authorities for the exhumation of dead and written scurrilous doggerel all over increasing roar a stir toward the center of improved short-horns has descended.
Office and residence oh D street All call« promptly
The San Bernardino (Cal.) Conner bodies
of their countrymen,
aaawtred day or night.
J I his back gate. No wonder he felt mad of the vast auditorium drew attention i The ancestors of them trace to no other
is authority for the statement that | I in
;u number, and sending them
back to I when he saw Abel whistling along with in that direction, and in response to parts of England than the counties
French merinos worth eight dollars j what was now a majestic roar, a of ancient Northumbria, where the
there are 794 artesian wells in that I China",
China. The association desires whole- | a his head
DR. G-. F. TUCKER,
and wool going up every day.
i sale rates for the privilege. The pres- No wonder he wanted to kill somebody, stout form with long white hair, the Scandinavians held rule previous to
face easily recognizable as that of the the Norman conquest. A striking evi
John Ahrens committed suicide at j ent charge is $10 per body.
and thought he would practice on Abel. idolized and world-renowned musician, dence of the existence of these cattle
Sonoma, Cal. Edward Clark was so
Last January seven Mexicans, at
The fact is agriculture would demor Abbe Liszt, arose from amongst the at an early date is now seen in a piece
shocked by the deed that he died two
the risk of their lives, rescued a boat’s alize a saint. I was almost a saint audience. I have beard tremendous of statuary in an arched niche of Dur
Offloe--Two doors east of Binghams furniture days after.
crew from the United States steamer when I went into it; I’m a demon now. | applause at a National convention, but ham Cathedral, twenty feet or
Laughing gas administered for painless extraction.
The citizens of Cle-e-lum, W. T., | Ranger, near San Francisco. The I’m at war with every thing. I tiirht nothing that equaled the cheering as mure above the ground.
have raised nearly $400 for a wagon j authorities at Washington have sent myself out of bed at fouro'clock. when ! the old man looked around the sea of figures are a fair resemblance of
bridge across the Yakima opposite the leader of the party a fine gold all my better nature tells me to lie -till faces. The huzzahs and hurrahs were a short-horn cow of her day with
8T. CHARLES HOTEL
till seven. I fight myself into the only apparently stimulated by the bow- two milkmaids attending. The pres
watch, and have given each man a garden
to work like a brute when rea ' ing of the great artist, and now a ent sculpture is of comparatively
A young man named Will McKenzie, silver medal and $25 in coin.
son and instinct tell me to stay in tiie shout, “Auf die Buehne" (to the plat- modern date, probably between the
while skating at the rink in Walla
The recent burning of Stockton, house and enjoy myself like a man. I | form) was heard, which grew in vol I years 1790 and 1800, when some parts
|1 and Home. Single meals 25 cents,
Walla, fell, breaking his right arm
Utah, is alleged to have been caused fight the pigs, the chickens, the moles, ume amid the clapping of hands and of the tower were taken out and re
fin» lampi» loom» for C»mm»roial Mon.
by a Mrs. Provost, who, it is said, the birds, the bugs, the worms - every expressions of enthusiasm beyond what paired. The original statue was too
A stranger who died immediately threatened that she would burn the thing in which is the breath of life. I it is generally believed a phlegmatic much broken to be replaced, and the
F. MULTNER. Prop.
on arrival at the hospital at Walla ■ town if the saloon keepers did not tight the docks, the burdocks, mulleins, German audience could exhibit, and as present one is said to be an exact copy
Walla, has been identified as E. C. i stop selling liquor to her husband. tbe thistles, the grapes, the weeds, the l it swept on by the resistless power of of the original. Even this has been
roots, the whole vegetable kingdom.
Coyne, of Colfax.
AV. V. PRICE,
Fires were set at the very places where I fight the heat, the frost, the rains, I the excitement, the old hero was bodily somewhat mutilated. The cathedral
The people of Oceanside, San Diego Mrs. Provost’s husband generally did the hail—in short, I fight the universe, ; transferred to tbe platform, swept, as was finished about the year 1300.
Why the statue was so inserted in
it were, on a tidal wave of applause,
county, Cal., will give $4000 to any his drinkjng.
and get whipped in every battle.- 'while every one in the vast audience the tower is explained by an ancient
one who will put up a hotel to cost j By the steamer Bear, which arrived
| seemed wild with delight, and amid monkish legand existing some centuries
not less than $12,000.
at San Francisco from the Arctic, news
the waving of hats and handkerchiefs previous to its original erection. Its
Up Stairs in Adams' Building,
Carrie, daughter of Constantine was obtained of the loss of the schooner
the Abbe bowed his recognition. Still condensed account may be given us
OKKGON Gerulich, died at Walla Walla from Clara Light, she being crushed in ice. i Clubs of Wheelmen to Have Their Own not satisfied, from out that vast au-
Brasn Bands—The Melocipede.
"St. Cuthbert, famed for royal de
I ilienee “an's klavier" (to the piano)
contusion of the brain, the result of Her «crew was saved.
The catch is
The latest novelty in the line of j arose and filled the hall, and only scent and many gre#t virtues, died on
being thrown from a horse.
much larger for the season than was
instruments is suggested in a when he was led to and seated at the on the 20th of March, 687, and was
CUSTER POST BAND, H. M. S. Coromant has sailed from previously reported, the fleet having ' ' musical
recent edition of a musical journal. i piano, yielding to the inevitable, was buried in Holy Island—a meet place
Victoria for Metlakatlah, to prevent
The word used to describe this new 'the noise hushed. The master played for so worthy and sanctified a man.
The Best in the State.
the Indians there from interfering tember 26.
idea is melocipede. The word can not the piece on the programme, filling the There his body rested for two hundred
it prepared to furnish music for all occaaiona at reaaon with the Government surveyors.
able rates. Address
yet be found in the dictionaries, but it hall with his unspent power and sat years, but fearing it would be disturbed
A party of Crow Indians while
very exactly the impression isfying every one present with his by the devastations of the Danes, it
N. .1. ROWLAND, passing through the Big Dry in Mon B. Sprague, president of that institu portrays
which the word is intended to convey. genius as an executant. The silence was exhumed for reinterment a few
_ is derived from two Greek words, was broken as if by a clap of thunder miles from Dunholme (now Durham),
Business Manager, McMinnville.
tana came across four Yankton Sioux tion, to resign. The cause of this I It
when he had finished, and men and where it remained for one hundred
and pes, a foot,
squaws whom they killed and scalped. action on the part of the trustees is . ■ —
flint tlinv ora zl iuao tiutiorl xt’itli nhoncraa —I — — ,! — ___
i— 1-,__ -, _ _____ A melo- i women stood on chairs and waived anil thirteen years. Then the remains
Mrs. Adelaide Harper of San Fran that they are dissatisfied with changes cipede is, therefore, a musical bicycle, their hats and handkerchiefs while were removed to Ripon, in Yorkshire,
cisco, 30 years old, took a dose of Paris he has recommended, claiming that so constructed that tho rider, without Liszt was conducted to his seat. It ami after four months again taken for
they are too radical.
President ' any extra exertion beyond that neces-
green, and died from its effects. Do Sprague
declines to accede to their re- sary to propel his machine, can p>edal was some time before order was com a final resting place to Dunholme. On
mestic trouble was the cause of the
1 out sonatas, waltzes, marches and, in pletely restored, and many an expres their way thither. Bishop Aldwinus
fact, any music which mav suit his sion was heard that this was indeed an and the monks having charge of the
The schooner Anna Hermine was fancy
removal, when a few miles from their
Cernsr Third and D streets, McMinnville
An Indian woman took the premium
as he wheels along. There is a episode.—Cor. Albany Aryus.
destination, lost their way, when they
on butter at the Spokane fair. She is sunk at Port Blacklock, near Cape Or certain luxury about this instrument
stopped in despair, not knowing ex
THF LATEST FAD.
wife of Saltese, chief of the Cœur ford, on the Oregon coast, by striking which would make it popular at once,
LOGAN BROS. & HENDERSON, d the
’Alene Indians, and is very proud of a sunken rock. The schooner was j The musical bicycle may therefore be Odd Chwtelaln« Chain« WWeh Are Knjoy- actly where Dunholme lay. Soon,
however, they heard a woman calling
loaded with sixty tons of sand stone considered an established institution.
ln< Great roputevit?.
to another w hom she met that her cow
O. W. Coate, of North Yakima, has
"The chatelaine chain,” said • had strayed away, and asked if she
Th« Best Rigs in the City. Order« been placed under bonds to appear in Francisco on September 4. in com a bell, and there has been therefore a Broadway dealer in jewelry, “is the had seen her. ‘Yes,’ she replied, ‘just
court and answer to the charge of mand of Capt. Jurgensen, to bring the sreat lack of variety in the music pro most popular fad in ladies’ bijouterie beyond Dunholme.’ Thus guided by
Promptly Attended to Day or Night,
the woman, they found their way, and
having slaughtered cattle that did not
first load of rock ever taken from the duced. The melocipede will, however, that we have handled this season. It deposited the remains in a rude tem
belong to him.
remedy all this. How much pleasanter isdifferent from the old-fashioned chate
B’acklock quarry by sea.
porary cathedral, constructed for the
A man whose name is supposed to
will it be, the warning to the pedestrian
At a meeting of Democrats at of the approaching machine, by hear laine chain in several particulars. It purpose, until the year 1093. when the
have been Jackson was cut to pieces
by a train near San Gorgoni, Cal. It French Corral, Cal., an old, worn ing an aria from Trovatore, or perhaps is worn only in the breast, whereas the corner-stone of the present cathedral
is supposed he was drunk and went to cannon was brought out to fire a 1 one of Wagner's airs, over the usual old style was worn at the waist or just was
The statue may lie criticised as not
salute. At about the second round jingling of a bell. And to the solitary below, and the ornament at the end of
sleep on the track.
the cannon exploded, in consequence 1 rider the musical probabilities of the the now popular chatelaine chain must representing correctly a modern short
While a Santa Maria (Cal.) farmer of
A Strictly Taaperane» Besert.
not being properly loaded, instantly instrument will be more than welcome. be a ball of some kind. We have made horn cow, but as it does not represent
was gathering his pumpkins the other killing C. E. Bradford, an old resident For a bicycle club it will also be indis these little balls of every conceivable one of any other known breed, it
Cburob rustnb-rs io th. «ouïrai? uol day, he found that a swarm of bees
affords quite probable evidence of that
of French Corral. A piece of canon pensable, as the club can now wheel material, from diamond to tokua bean,
had taken possession of one and Hew some distance and struck Henry through the country to the music of its and from gold to plain German silver. at an early period. The agriculture of
The chain itself can also be made of England for some centuries after th«
filled it with choice honey.
Davis, of Sweetland, cutting off all own brass band. One other advantage
was rude, and progressive
The police of Sacramento have a the toes on one foot. Several others is that no previous knowledge will be any thing that strikes the feminine Conquest
Gold in finely woven links is stock-breeding was in a like condition.
“Orphans’ Home” pretty little six-year old girl in their had narrow escapes from flying mis required to play upon the new instru fancy.
ment. A long and useful life is pre- most in demand, but we have made The clergy and monks of those early
charge, who can give no account of siles.
dieted for the melocipede. — N. Y. Mail chains of almost every thing you can days were altogether superior in learn
herself. It is thought she has been
imagine. One of the oddest I have ing to the better classes of the people
The schooner Pathfinder, with the »nd Express.
abandoned by her parents.
seen was made for a stylish young or even the nobility, and as they had ap
Th- only first class, and the only parlor-like shop tn the
Mattering tor Americans.
woman whose Skye terrier had propriated many of the choicest selec
city. None but
George Miller, which was blown to coast of Vancouver and Queen Char I find that Americans are quite the just died. The chain was made tions of land on which to build the
monasteries and abbeys, it may be sup
Hr»t-class Work Men Employed. pieces at Ellensburg, while he was lotte Islands.
Their mission was to rage in London, but I don't quite like of the favorite little beast's hair,
getting over a ience and causing his determine the value of the fishing the way in which they are regarded. w:th a delicate thread of gold running posed that the limited agriculture in
through it. Another novel thing was which they engaged was of a much
Vint tUor south of Yamhill County Bank Building.
gun to accidentally discharge.
banks. They report immense quanti They seem to till the place once held a chain of small pieces of quartz, al higher order than that of the rude
MINN VILLE, OREGON.
Mrs. H. H. Brodeck of Walla Walla, ties of black cod, halibut, herring and by the court jester.
If they can most as clear as diamond drops, which peasantry around them, that they also
H. H. WELCH.
left with her daughter for San Fran other fish. Also the existence of the
a better taste in their do
sets the wi re united together with gold. This cultivated
mesticated animals, and adopting the
cisco, taking with her the remains of real cod, the gad us. This will un seal of his approval upon he
them, and was for the daughter of a rich mine short-horn
cattle as their models, im
—-Since the foundation of the gold her late husband for burial in the doubtedly lead to a large fishing in tbeir social success is accomplished, owner, who had sent her the quartz
*o!ony in the new California on the Jewish cemetery in that city.
terest being established on the west from Mrs. Ronalds to Marshall Wilder. from Colorado. At the end of the proved their qualities to a considerable
hanks of the River Amoor there have
Some one shipped a live bear coast of the island.
Americans who have no social stand chain, wh ch sparkled brilliantly with extent. The noblemen cf their vicini
wen only three murders and two in through Well’s Fargo & Co’s Express
The report of Gov. Squire of Wash ing at home can go to London and get evi-ry motion, was a plain gold ball in- ties may have profited by their ex
flictions of the death penalty—a Rtis-
ington Territory has been received at the best if they play their cards prop scribed with the date of the last big ample, and as time progressed, an in
in the good qualities of their
•ian having been hung for adulterating the other day, and he got loose in the the Interior Department.
A large erly. Mrs. Ronalds is tbe “jackpot;" strike of ore at the mine and the crease
cattle might have followed to a time
amount taken out
“>e gold dust, and a Jew flogged to
“The end of the chain which holds when subsequent history cculd give
death for having spread false news as and hud quite a picnic all by himself. of troubles with the Chinese, which lingers at more cautious Americans
'« the approach of a body of Russian
Custom officers at San Francisco the Governor thinks, are an undesir and sail triumphantly into “the Prince the little ball is allowed to dance at truthful chronicles of their condition.
We have traditional reports of the
troops, hoping thereby to send down seized $20.000 worth of opium on the
of Wales' seL” One of bis royal will over lhe breast while the other
lbs price of gold owing to the panic, steamer City of Pekin. The illicit able element in the population, and Highness' greatest pets is the son of a end, which is supposed to hold a lady's excellences of many of these cattle so
«here are twenty-seven taverns in the drug was found in packages of mer for that reason the restriction act New York shoemaker, a worthy man, watch, is coni ealcd through sn opening far back as the seventeenth century, in
colony, and, owing to the competition, chandise consigned to Chinese firms. should be strictly enforced. He speaks no doubt (the father.) Tbe son has between the button-holes, just above which their great weights were known.
— I.ewit F. Allen, in Harper's Maya-
hopefully of the growing products of
the prices are not high, except for
to recommend him except his tbe bust. The little, ball is hardly ever line.
The City Railroad Company of San the Territory. There are now in oper nothing
’pirits. The gold fields, which are
money, but tbe Prince finds him amus at re,L dangling abiut m it doos with
twenty-five miles in length bv three Francisco has filed a claim for dam ation 450 miles of railway, and this ing.— Cor. Boston Saturday Evening every movement of the body, and
naturally attracts the eye. This is the
>6iles broad, are said to be very rich.— ages with the board of supervisors for leads the Governor to call attention to daxeUe.
—Wild fox grapes in the Allegheny
secret of the chain’s popularity.
tbe sum of $637 for injuries dune to the fact that a number of roads have
in West Virginia are made
—captain Encs-on, of monitor fame,
The Chicago Xews prints a curioes cars of the company during the car not earned lands which have been
"We have sold thousands of chate-
thourb long past eighty years of age, elaine chains from stock this season into jelly and sold by the residents in
Yankee advertisement found tacked men’s strike last July.
granted them, and he recommends spends an hour or two each day it.
those poor cabins to the keepers of the
UP in the bar-room of a hotel at Scit
and ma>le hundreds on special orders.
At the head of Skagit river a forest that the same be forfeited. He is gymnastic exercise«.—W. Y. Tribune. Among the materials used for the little crossroads stores for fifteen cents a
uate. This advertisement, written upon
pound, the pay to be “in trade." The
* hit of foolscap paper, reads as follows: lies buried beneath about seventy feet arxious that Washington Territory be
—Victoria Schilling, who eloped balls are oxidized metal, platinum, jelly is of two kinds, one dark blue, the
"Lost.—A good rubber boot; on the of earth. The wood is in a good state admitted to the Union of states, a with her father's coachman, appears onyx, bloodstone, agate, turquoise, other
a pale green, and both are said to
t°*d from North Scituate beach to of preservation, while on the surface privilege which he claims for her in thin and anxious. She gets sixty dol cats’-eyes and «11 kinds of jewels, often
the Scotch jama and jelliea that
“Cituate Center. I have the other. above immense trees, hundreds of creased population and great import lar« a week for singing at th« Casino in encircl- d by bands of gold er other ap surpass
in thi» country sell for twenty-five cent«
* ill buy or sell. Address L. W. Cook, years old, are growing.
ance as a commonwealth.
New Tork.- A’. Y. Herald.
propriate rretala.— H. Y. Mail and Ea i a oound.—Ptuladslnltsa Press.
Tàe Leading Hotel of McMinnville.
Livery, Feed and Sali Stables,