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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
NOTES AND NEWS.
TH 1NKSGIVING PROCLAMATION.
The report published in out lust issue
Gov. Moody has issued the following
M c M innville , F riday , N ov . 12, 1886. that the U. S. revenue cutter Manhattan proclamation:
had foundered and all on board lost was
In accordance with a custom estab
mistake. The steamer arrived safe in lished by our forefathers of setting apart
An exchange makes some pertinent
one day in the year in remembrance of
remarks regarding the increase of heavy harbor at Greenrpoit, L. I.
There is no necessity of complaining of hard times, or that trade
defalcations and betrayal ot trusts in
In the trial of James Kelly, accused of the blessings vouchsafed by the Divine
if you keep the ‘right kind of goods and at BOTTOM PRIc’E8
these later years, and says that the fre- the murder of Kalasliuu in Portland last Ruler, and in conformity with the re Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tackle, they will sell themselves, and we keep that class of goods, or try to,
l|ilenc%v of their occurrence and the care spring, the evid *nce proved insufficient, commendation of the president of the
but the FACT is we SELL them almost as fast as we receive them.
lessness with which they are regarded owing to the disappearance of Moran, United States, I hereby designate Thurs
However our store contains a stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, SCHOOL
leads one to ask if society is not becom the principal witness for the state, and
Special attention given to repairing Guns, BOOKS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, BLUE VITRIOL and COAL OIL, j„
ing demoralized by theao revelations of the jury returned a verdict of acquittal. praise aud thanksgiving. And I recom Pistols, Sewing Machines, Saw Filing, Etc. endless variety. We respectfully request the public to call and see us.
1 have in my shop as fine a power cross
mend that upon that day the jieople of
crime. The very indifference of the
Speaker Carlisle, who is now with
feed lathe as can be found in Ine stata and We will treat’you well and give you every possible attention at
people shows that there is no longer Mrs. Carlisle, visiting her sons in Wichi the state desist from their usual avoca am fully prepared to
that sentiment of disgust and horror for ta, Kansas, will after the end of his tions and repair to their respective plac
the crime that there used to be. The term in congress, to which he has jqst es of worship anil give thanks to the
Repair Breksn Machinery
Prescription Drug Store.
criminals are looked upon is rather been re-elected, remove from Kentucky ruler of the universe for the blessings of
weak tlijn wicked, and often regarded altogether, and will probably make his the past. I would further recommend, of all kinds—Farm Machinery, Traction
as a fitting observance of the day, that Engines, Etc.
as merely unfortunate.
It is not in a home at Wichita.
One Doos west of Baxter a Startin’.
of our abundance we remember the
loose class ct society that this kind of
The American exhibition in London poor and the destitute among us, and
wrong is found, but among the more
—Have just received—
respectable people—the members of next year will open May 2. It will be that by deeds of mercy and charity we
churches and thoso who enjoy the con an exhibition of the arts, inventions, make it an occasion of comfort and hap
fidence of their fellow townsmen. There manufactures, products and resources of piness to them.
Witness my hand and the great seal of
is, as observed, a sterner sentiment to-1 Ibis country, and its object is to bring
wards this class of offenses needed, f->r tl|e manufactures and products of the the state of Oregon, hereto attached,
the benefit of society.
United States to the attention of Euro- this ninth day oj November, A. D., 1886. Has been thoroughly renovated and is now
Z. F. M oody ,
ready to receive grain.
The learned head of the geological
Suitable for Full anil Winter wear
Villard is negotiating with C. I*. Hunt
Made of the BEST MATERIAL '
survey of Pennsylvania, Prof. Carll, has
R. P. E arhart , Sec. of State.
Storage and Cleaning, 3 cents. Calcutta
and by WHITE LABOR.
much excited the people in the natural
sacks constantly on hand and sold at the
All Good* Warranted B> lleprrs.nt.4.
gas region about Pittsburg by predicting
Boots made to order and neatly repaired at short notice. Sign of the Big Boot, onpo.
that the natural gas supply will exhaust though it was thought this had been political outlook is the decadence of free
site the Grange Store. *
1. r. BROWNE.
consummated some time ago. Villard trade sentiment in the south coincident
itself after a time. He bases his predic
tion upon the theory that the amount of was a bidder for $5,OCX),000 of O. & C. with the introduction of manufactures,
Farmers are respectfully invited to call
bonds, sold by Elijah Smith to a syndi the development of mineral wealth and
accumulated gas is lieing drawn out fas
and see us,
ter than it is supplied from the unknown
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
The total collections of internal reve- A majority of the leading newspapers of tf
labratories of the earth's interior. It
is obvious that, while this seems proba-1 nue from the time the present system that section are advocates of a protect
Third Street, Lafayette, Or.
ble, it is mere guess-work, after all, be- was organized, July 1, 1862, up to June ive tariff.
cause the mode of production is entirely 31), 1886, were $3,438,21)0,255. “The ag-
unknown. lithe theory be true that gregate receipts from internal revenue,"
[Corner Third and C Streets]
natural gas is the same substance which remarked an officer of the treasury the co are on the tiptoe of expectation over
This Space is For
is burning inside the earth, and which other day, “were sufficient to have paid the sparring contest between Sullivan OVER YAMHILL COUNTY' BANK,
We keep one of the largest and
breaks out in the craters of volcanoes, the entire public debt at its highest fig-
best selected stocks of Merchandise
then Prof. Carll’s prediction, it is safe to ure, $2,756,431,371, and leave a balance
in Yamhill County, and are selling
say, «fill come to naught.
of $681,858,884, if they had been applied
Attention is respectfully invited to this
our goods at bedrock prices. Our
to that purpose.”
spring stock in Ladies’ Dress Goods
The Chicago Tribune in its financial
An Indiana man named Thompson vis
has arrived and consists in part of
columns, says : “The invisible supply
Its facilities for thorough practical in
struction; actual business department a
of wheat (with flour reduced to wheat ited a cemetery, as lie announced in ad
.wecialty where currency, bank checks,
bushels) on hand now is estimated at vance, to spit upon the grave of a person
urafts, etc., are used.
Class or private instruction day or even-
51,000,000 bushels. That of last year at whom he disliked. He was flattered "XJ- OTICE IS
and a large assortment of
this time was put at 101),000,000 bushels,
College Journal sent free on application.
appointed by the honorable county court ( f
1884 at 80,000,000, and 1883 at 81,000,- . I act of vengeance. When he had ex Yamhill County, Oregon, administrator of
G. R. HIGGINS, Prin.
LAWNS, in Elegant Color« anil Style«.
P. 0. Box 101.
000.” If this estimate be approximate hausted his saliva, the audience tied the estate of James FaiJchiles, deceased,
and all persons having claims against said
Brocaded Lace Buntings
ly correct, it cannot fail to have an im him to a tree and torty-two Hocsier to estate arc hereby notified to present the
quality, colors and patterns,
portant hearing on prices in tho coining bacco chewers circled around him and same to the undersigned at his place of
Permanently Located in Portlrnd, Or.
business, North Yamhill, with the proper
all of which you will find on calling at our
nine months. In fact, unless tho invisi spit in his face until he resembled an of- vouchers,
within six months from the date
store and examining the same will prove
ble supply is much larger than the fig- bco holder’s cuspidor,
hereof. Dated November 12, 1886.
satisfactory both as to price and quality.
and see us. We will take pleasure in
ures here given denote, prices of wheat
The St. Louis grand jury lias found in-
Administrator of the Estate of James
showing our goods, and then if you do not
are likely to be higher next winter than J dictments against express messenger Fairchiles.
want to buy no harm will be done.
they have been any time since 1883.
Frotheringham, Jim Cummings and two
others whose names are not given, for
Tho annual report of Commissioner of
The Most Successful Physician
the rqbbery of $50,000 from the express
Customs McCallmont to the secretary of
car on the Frisco road recently. The
and Surgeon in the West,
the treasury shows that during the past
detectives claim to have located a por
fiscal year there was paid into the treas
tion of the stolon money and to have ev
ury from sources, accounts relating to
M c M innville O ctober it, isso.
idence of a conspiracy between Frother-
which are Bottled in his office, $194,384,-
ingham and others.
569, of which $192,397,844 was received
White and Red Lead,
It is now claimed that genuine wild
from customs duties. During the same
period there was paid out for expenses turkeys are being shipped to Portland
Linseed and Lubricating Oils,.
FOUNDER OF THE AMERICAN SUR
connected with administration of this | from southern Oregon There has never
Varnishes of all Description,
GICAL INSTITUTE OF INDIA
branch of the government service $24,- bean anything heard before of wild tur
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
165,246, of which $6,427,612 was on ac keys in this state. The birds in ques-1
count of the expenses ot collecting reve tion aro feathered dowli the legs in a r
(Successor to L Root)
P. & B. and Princess Metalic
manner different from the ordinary barn L
nues from customs.
PATIENTS WILL RECEIVE EVERY
yard fowls, bnt if they were really 1.
Necessary and Prompt Attention until a
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Carries a full and complete stock of
Cure is Completed, No incurable case will
Thore is talk in San Francisco of start found in the wild state they probably
Brown, Yellow Ochre,
be received foi treatment. Twenty years' Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
ing a new daily paper to “run out” the escaped from some one’s flock. Tur-1
experience in the treatment of Chronic
Chronicle. The scheme is not a novel keys have a habit of nest hiding and a
Wooden and Willowware,
one. It has been tried before and often. whole brood may have strayed oft' and |
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
and Scientific Methods. Cures made in n
—Executed at the—
But after they have sunk a few hundred grown up in the wild state.
remarkably short time, and a positive guar
thousands of dollars in the experiment,
San Francisco is excited over one of
Goods delivered promptly to any part
and see the Chronicle still in business at
the most cold-blooded murders in the
of the city.
the old stand, and paying better than a
history of the city. Mamie Kelly, a
for Produce. 35tf
bank, then they will realize that it is a school girl, aged 13, was returning from
very foolish thing to try to butt down a
school Wednesday. When she reached
stone wall with their heads. The wall
the corner of Polk street and Ash ave
can stand it.
nue Aleck Goldensoti approached her
Fast Trains I
M c M innville , O regon .
. |and putting a revolver close to her head.
THE LOWEST BATES
The railway managers of the country ., ,'
, . ,, . .
Always on hand ti e best quality of Beef
_ _ .1, ..
I fired. Tlie bullet entered the right eve
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINT8
are all directing their attention to the
.... .... Ma
Mutton, Pork, and
Rheumatism, Tumor, Scrofula, and
preparation of a series of s.gnals-whis- and ,Went. clear 1thro,'5h her 1,oad’ k?11'
East. Tickets sold to nil prominent points
tie, lantern, and bell-which shall be !"*. her J"8 . y
throughout the East mid Southeast.
alike for all lines. In such case an em- ,bral™ °" 1,0 R,dewalk' Tl,er0 18 ‘“lk
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS I
Ploy, of one road going to another lyncbing‘he man'
REWARD for an incurable
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
ease of Hemorrhoids or stock'’1 PrÍCeS 1>ai<1 fOr 8,1 kin<ls of fat
But he sure to take the
would not have to unlearn before he be-
The great Chicago strike still goes on.
Piles! No pain or detention
from business! Fistula, Ul
gan to learn, as lie now’ does. There is From the hard teacher of experience the
P acific R ailroad
cers and all rectal troubles a specialty.
no doubt but that in tho future the sig- laboring men of thia country will learn
And see that vour ticket reads Via
nals for all railroadswill be alike and sooner or later that they cannot afford
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
F. S. KELLER.
everywhere mean tho same thing.
to be too independent, that they cannot
To avoid chanzes and serious delays occa
I assume the role of dictators, but must be
sioned by other routes.
I AM SELLING
We have devoted our attention extensive
The Astoria Transcript came to hand | reasonable and conservative. Far be it
Through Emigrant Sleeping Car»
ly to the treatment of all the different ail
It is a six-column, eight from them to submit to oppression or
are Run on Regular Express
ments peculiar to the weaker sex. Afflicted
page paper, published every Saturday i unjust treatment; but the recent strikes
ladies are invited to call at our office and
Trains Full Length of the
by Snyder Bros., formerly of this city. that have attracted national attention
investigate our facilities for the speedy and
Line. Berths Free.
It is filled to the brim with good local have been the result of foolish haste anil
permanent correction of their troubles.
All Kinds of
and general reading matter. Its editor bull-headed and unreasoning demands
Sutler no longer. Come at once and receive
ial columns show the famillinr pen of more than the oppression of capital. In
immediate relief, and id a short time a rad
General Office of the Company,
one of the best writers on this coast. every laudable undertaking the side of I
Done to order. Constantly on hand. Mill
___ at ___
Feed, Hour, Wheat ami Oats. Also all No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
Success to the Transcript, and health, labor has »he sympathy ot the people,
kinds of Wood. Shingles. Posts. Shakes
wealth and happiness to our old friends, but labor should not too often abuse) 1" 10 -0 |)0r I ('lit. I llCil|HT 1 llilll
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
A. D. CHARLTON,
Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
General Western Passenger Agent.
EYE AND EAR.
HARD TIMES NO MORE !
GEO. W. BUllT’S
McMinnville Pioneer Boot and Shoe Store.
A Large Assortment
Boots and Shoes
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheal.
Bird & Gates,
Is Now Open.
Cambrics, Manchester Sateens
The Cheapest Goods
in the World
Jones & Co.,
lest urea Saw Mills,
McMinnville Sasli and door Factory.
J. H. HENDERSON
Asttaa, U, M d tag
JONES & Co.
The Great Transcontinental Route.
GIVE ME A CALL.
J. J. COLLARD,
Last Tuesday afternoon Roderick
Come and See for Yourself.
Grant was murdered at Antelope by a
horse thief whom he found in possession
of a horse stolen from Grant’s brother,
Oetobe- 27. After Grant recognized the
horse the man said he would go down to
Durbin’s with Mr. Arrant and take him
out to Fossil and have the man arrested
who traded the animal. After arriving
at Durbin’s, while Mr. Grant was in the
sheep corral, the man attempted to run,
It is said that Governor-elect l’ennover |
he took ni,cr him on horseback. and
— To be given at----
lias re.eived 4,089 letters, since his elec- he•,,e,, him off
The man pulled a pis-
tion, asking Ins influence to secure the ,<’1 and l,rei1 8 8hot Gra,,i The latter
writers positions. Clerk of the Isxird of beF«'1 •» dismount, and was in the act of
---- Under the auspicies of-----
school commissioners is the most sought I stepping down from the hqrsc when the
the thief fired another shot, striking
Grant in the mouth and killing him in
Fred Winkleman, the boy murderer I inrt,n,,r- Mr. Grant was a large sheep
sent to the fienitontiary from Baker owner and a highly respected citizen,
county, now turns out to be insane, and The neighborhood is greatly excited and
has been committed to the asylum, He hunting the murderer in every direction. Music will be furnished by the “Coach
Whip" String Band.
There is $500 reward offered for his cap-
ought to be hung
Iture. Description: Five feet eight inch-
No pains will )>e spared to make this the
Senator Watts, of Y'amiiill county, is I es tall, short beard, two weeks’growth,
.most enjoyable ball of the season.
prominently mention as the man to be red hair, upper front teeth broken, name
elected president of the next senate. not known.
Only a little while ago John Most was
urging his fellow anarchists to arm
themselves and drill and prepare to
overthrow what he called the “capital
Now he is engaged in
actual drilling in tho blacksmith shop on
Blackwell's island. During his year
there some respect for law and for the
rights of other men may be drilled into
NrMiiiin ilio Jewelry Store.
Trucking and Delivering
We arc endorsed by many eminet Ocu
lists and Physicians in the treatment of the
EY E. No severe medicines used. Surgical
operations performed on the eye without
pain or the use of chloroform, by the appli
cation of the new and wonderful anaesthet
ic, hydrochlorate of cocoaine, which has
revolutionized opthalmic surgery. Dr. Tur
ner will straighten cross eyes in one minute
without pain or after inconvenience.
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
Orders left with Rogers A Todd, at City
Drug Store, promptly tilled.
1 tf. J
A Filling Done!
Third Street, between E and F.
Henderson Bros. Props.
The Celebrated Light Running
Garrison's Opera House
Nervous Debility, Impotency, Urinary
and all Private Diseases speedily corrected.
Call and see us No difference what your
ailments are. Thorough satisfaction guar-
antced. Terms reasonable. All letters of
inquiry should be addressed to
WIE» A- WILMA. O j„. 8,
The Mc.Mininilk Fire heparlmtiit,
Thursday Evening. \ov. 25. ISSt.
Dr A. P. TURNER.
I would most respectfully announce that
Mil'|a'in u"” ‘ v n,,ri" L^«’wby Flouring
Mill in Happy Y alley, have thoroughly
overhauled and repaired it. ami am now
rea<h to do grinding for toll or cash.
First-class accommodations for Commer
< nine and see me.
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cared for.
Everything new and in First-Class Order
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Ami attachments amt fixtures for all kind,
of machines to I h > had. and repairing done
on nil ma< Innes at reasonale rates and all
work warranted at the Wheeler A Wils
agency. Third street McMinnville. Oregon
Also machines to rent
KNIGHT A HIATT.
Mrs. II. I'. STIAI1T, Groceries
The Leader in Millinery.
HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING.
Ophite Grange Store. McMinnville. tag
Priées to Suit the Times.