The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, November 19, 1886, Image 2

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    WEST SIDE TELEPHONE
Ed Rea, the Astoria foot racer fell
M c M innvillk , F biiiav , N ov . 18, 1886. down and fractured his arm the other
Third Street, between E and F.
day.
McMinnville, Oregon.
The Japanese government has decided
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
to adopt the Krupp guns in the army
As a special inducement to new sub­ and navy.
First-class accommodations for Commer­
The annual meeting of the state board
scribers, we make the following offer:
cial men and general travel.
Every person sending us $2 cash will be ot agriculture will be held at the capital
Transient stock well cared for.
given the W est S ide T ei . ei ' iioxe for the building in Salem, Tuesday November
Everything new and in First-Class Order
balance of the present year free.
This 30.
is equivalent to 14 months for $2. We
Miles S. Dean, the farmer who was
Patronage respectfully solicited.
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are ambitious to make our subscription convicted of using cancelled postage
list greater than all other papers of stamps in sending his mail, was brought
Yamhill county combined. It Is rapid­ before Judge Deadv Monday in the U.
ly approaching the point.
•S. circuit court and fined $150 for his of­
fense.
J. H. HENDERSON
James R. Tyler, a son of General John
“To pray or not to pray.” That is the
( Successor to L Root)
question that often agitates the human Tyler and a grandson of 1‘resident Tyler
has
entered
on
his
duties
as
watchman
Carries
a full and complete stock of
heart, when the still hour of the night
comes, and with it sleep, tired nature’s at the interior department. He was in Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
sweet restorer, weighing down the eye­ the confederate service.
WoodeH and Willowware,
lids. To pause then, when all influences The News of the 16th Bays: Front a gen­
woo to slumber, and bring the mind into tleman who has just returned from St.
subjective condition which is said to be Helens it is learned that the healih of
necessary t > make prayer effective, and Hon. Geo. W. McBride, secretary of Goods delivered promptly to any part
to bend the knee and pour out petitions state elect, is greatly improved. Mr Mc­
of the city.
with fervor is somewhat difficult, and Bride contemplates visiting Portland at
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tf
the consequence is the duty is often ne­ an early date.
glected altogether. To those whose
Col. T. R. Cornelius, late republican
conscience pricks them in this resjiect, nominee for governor at the June elec­
»circular recently issued by the pastor tion, manufactured seven tons of cheese
ot a church in New York state, will on his farm near Cornelius, Washington
brio« relief. In it the ofier is made of a county, during the past year. Most of
membership in a society costing only 25 this product goes to Portland and finds
cents, by which all necessary praying ready sale. Colonel Cornelius now has
will be done without any exertion upon sixty cows and expects within a few
This Space is For
their part, and tl.ev can tumble into bed years to have 400.
with no pause, and rest secure that all is
Tobacco culture promises to be one of
right. Whether the prayers insure im­ the coming great industries of this state.
munity from fire and burglars is not The weed is raised successfully in south­
stated, but it is to be supposed that they ern Oregon, and now Columbia county,
do. If any extra prayers are needed in the northern part of the state, comes
through the day, the wish must be sig­ to the front with a sample of its product.
nified, and they will be offered, Verily Messrs. Kosbland Bros., of Portland,
the world moves on rapidly.
have received from Rock creek, Colum­
By" ■ > «
1
bia county, several specimens of tobac­
There is an erroneous opinion abroad co. The leaf is very large, like the Ken­
—WHO SELL
that Cleveland is pledged not to ac- tucky tobacco, and is of average quality.
cept a second nomination for the J’resi
Two men have be»n at Dallas, Texas,
dency. The fact is, he is pledged to noth­
for several days organizing a filibuster­
ing of the sort. In I iih letter accepting
ing expedition against Mexico. They
the nomination in 1884, Cleveland said
have enrolled in Dallas twenty or thirty
he thought a constitutional amendment
trusted men, who are ready to cross the
desirable which should prohibit a second
border at the moment the summons is
term. This is a very different thing
received. The number will be swelled
from saying that a man ought not to ac­
to at least 100. Their object is to estab­
cept a second term, the law being what
lish a new republic on the Rio Grande.
it is. Nothing that Cleveland has ever
It will be a socialistic confederation,
said justifies the belief that he is pledg­
composed of northwest Mexican states,
ed not to accept a second nomination.
and will include Chihuahua, Durango
On the contrary, there is no doubt that
and Sonora. One of the emissaries is a
lie is shaping things to secure a majority personal friend of Henry George, and
of delegates to the convention of 1888.
for whom be lias the strongest admira­
■j« iii.'i..1 aj .. “
tion and affection, and whose doctrines
“Allege<t."as it is used nine times out he unequivocally indorses.
I AM SELLING
often in conversation .nd in newspaper
Only
2,000
of
the
Chicago
strikers
writing, iswronglv used. Alleged means
were taken back to work at the stock
to assert with positiveness, but most
yards.
The packers say their stock is
people have fotne d the habit of employ­
ing the word as if it mount that a charge low and they have no use at present for
any more inen, but it is likely that day
had been made which had not been prov­
by day the hands w ill be taken on until
ed. Reporters speak of an alleged theft,
and an alleged biggest squash, meaning nearly, if not all, the old men will be
---- AT-----
that the renter shall have some doubt employed. About one hundred of the
new men left Monday, and it is believed
on the subject. it would bo better to
that a majority will quit before the week
write supposed for alleged in most cases
is out, as they realize that the old men
where the latter word is prefered nowa-
have hard feelings toward them and will
adays. It is difficult to say what an “al­
Come and See for Yourself.
doubtless endeavor to make their life at
leged charge” does mean.
the yard anything but pleasant. The
packers say they w ill protect the new
A Chicago man has been using liia
men and give them permanent work,
brain< in getting up a new scheme for
but the new men are apparently afraid
disposing of the bodies of the dead,which
to stay. The militia are still guarding
will only take a half million of dollars
the yards, and will for some «lays yet.
to carry out. It isto build a monster tower
GRAND
of Babel.with an ascending stairway,and
containing thousands of vaults, which
!
could be sold or rented for interments.
The Wm White place 2’a miles east
It should be built of stone, hollow to the of this city is in my hands for sale. This
To be given at-
skv, with a fire burning in the basement farm consists of 280 acres of land well
all the time to curry off the poisonous improved and can bo had for $25 per
Garrison's Opera House
gases from decomposition. Such a bril­ acre, if sold before December 1st.
---- Under the auspicies of----
liant idea could emanate from no other Terms very easy. Also some valuable
placo than Chicago.
personal property can be had with the
farm cheap, good 4-year old horse, 6
A meeting of the British anarchists lias head of cattle, 50 full blood merino
sheep, 1 new wagon, some hay, sheaf
been called to assemble in Cleveland oats and household furniture.
llall, London, to-day, to protest against
w. T ai . mags ,
McMinnville, Or.
the action of the Chicago court which
Music will be furnished by the “Coach
tried and sentenced to death Spies and
Whip” String Hand.
his colleagues. The circular calling the
No pains will be spared to make this the
meeting denounces the jury which convic­
most enjoyable ball of the season.
ted the Chicago anarchists as a bribed,
packed body, and bitterly condemns
Admission
Judge Gary for refusing the prisoners a
new trial. This is a useless protest.
The law will take its course and the an­
—I Have Just Received—
archists will hung.
Henderson Bros. Props.
Me! tati»! tac:!
The Cheapest Goods
in the World
Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry and
Platedware,
10 to 25 per Cent. Cheaper Than
Anybody Else.
WM.
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tackle,
Cigars, Etc.
.'N"< *w T<>Day
$1.00
Direct From Chicago
The enormous firo losses of the past
—A Fine Line of—
few months have led the New York
Bulletin to suggest that a coroner’s in­
quest should he held on the origin of ev­
ery fire. As the majority are cither tra­
ceable to carelessness or incendiarism, Which will be sold at Lowest Living Prices.
the suggestion is a goal one. Arson
Have also added ft complete line of
should lie investigated and punished,
and carelessness should be made too
costly for people to indulge in.
Furniture
■ The newest movement toward relight­
ing the torch of the Gixhless of Liberty
is found in a communication addressed
to the president of the United States
through General Schofield, in liehnlf of
n number of workingmen of New York,
offering to provide the necessary funds
until the government comes to the res­
cue. It has received no response.
A decision was rendered in the United
States supremo court Monday in the
case of the Choctaw nation vs. the Unit­
ed States, in favor of the plaintiff. The
decision is a judicial settlement of all
claims of the Choctaw nation against
•lie government. The court gave judg­
ment items of nearly three ami a half
millions.
C. H. FLEMING. Prop.
Shaving, Hair Coiling and- - - -
- - - - Sliampoing Parlors.
Ladies' and Children’s Work
A SPECIALTY.—
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
—Have Just Added—
The Finest Line of Cigars
In the City. Try Them
They will consist of
Christmas Cards & Novelties
McMinnville, Oregon
Has been thoroughly renovat.d and is now
ready to receive grain.
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Storage and (.’leaning, 3 cents. Calcutta
sacks constantly on hand and sold at the
lowest rates.
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers are respectfully invited to call
and see us,
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WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
DRESSING CASES,
HAND MIRRORS,
CHILDREN’S BOOKS,
SCRAP BOOKS, POEMS,
A
AUTOGRAPH & PEOTOGRAPHALBTOS
In plush and leather
[Corner Third and C Street.«]
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
Is Now Open.
Attention is respectfully invited to this
BUSINESS SCHOOL.
Its facilities for tnorough practical in­
struction; actual business department a
specialty where currency, bank checks,
drafts, etc., are used.
Class or private instruction day or even-
Crayonand Portrait work a Specialty,
ing.
College Journal sent free on application.
G. R. HIGGINS, Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
38tf
Permanently Located in Portlrnd, Or.
The Most Successful Physician
and Surgeon in the West,
---- Will be in---- -
M c M innville O ctober 11, isea.
FOUNDER OFTHE AMERICAN SUR­
G
o
In addition to this every person pur
chasing one dollar’s worth of Hol
iday Goods will have a chance
to get an elegant edition of
Webster’s Unabridged Dic­
tionary free. Come and
learn how
s
REMEMBER!
0
D
GICAL INSTITUTE OF INDIA­
NAPOLIS, INDIANA.
PATIENTS WILL RECEIVE EVERY
Necessary and Prompt Attention until a
Cure is Completed, No incurable case will
be received for treatment. Twenty years’
experience in the treatment of Chronic
Diseases and Deformities. New, Improved
and Scientific Methods. Cures made in a
remarkably short time, and a positive guar­
antee given.
hi leather and plush. Handsome
T•»<*-( we will sell you goods as low
as the very lowest.
11
The Druggist
Asthma, Catarrh, tai d La?
I
TROUBLES
SPEEDILY CORRECTED.
McMinnville Pioneer Boot and Shoe Store.
Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney diseases,
Rheumatism, Tumor, Scrofula, and
all skin affections positively
cured.
REWARD for an incurable
case of Hemorrhoids or
Piles ! No pain or detention
from business! Fistula, Ul­
cers and all rectal troubles a specialty.
—Have just received—
A Large Assortment
$500
— of—
Bootet and Shoes
Suitable for Fall and Winter wear.
Made of the BEST MATERIAL
and by WHITE LABOR.
FEMALE COMPLAINTS.
All Good. Warranted as lt«-| re.rn'.J
.
We have devoted our attention extensive­
tho’cia,.le toe?rdvr and neatly repaired at short notice.
ly to the treatment of all the different ail­ sirp
site the Grange Store.
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ments peculiar tothc weaker sex. Afflicted
ladies are invited to call at our office and
investigate our facilities for the speedy and
permanent correction of their troubles.
Sutler no longer. Conic at once and receive
immediate relief, and id a short time a rad­
ical cure.
Sign of the Big Boot. .*M*
P. F. BRO w NK
I am now prepared to offer the Largest, Fin-
est, and best Selected stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS ! ! !
EYE AND EAR.
Groceries and Provisions.
Prices to Suit the Times.
HUSSEY'S
OLD
STAND,
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ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
McMinnville Baths
Will be here
One Door west of Baxter X Martin’«
o
—Dealers in—
GOODS!
HOLIDAY
Special attention given to repairing Gons,
Pistols, Sewing Machines, Saw Filing, Ete.
I have in my shop as fine a power cross­
feed lathe us cun I m - found in the state und
uni fully prepured to
Repair Broken Machinery
of all kinds—Farm Machinery, Traction
Engines, Etc.
Locksmithir.g a Specialty.
Thanksgiving Ball !
The McMinnville Eire Department,
- - ON- -
Thursday Evening, Jov. 25, 1886.
In a short time our
—Dealer in—
Tobacco Cigars,
BISHOP & KAY!
COLLARD
\\
-^T OTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN
L w that the underoigiv-d has been duly
a}>|H>inted by the honorable county court of
A amliill Conntv. Oregon, administrator of
the estate of James Faiiehiles. deceased,
and all persons having claims against said
estate are hereby notified to present the
same to the undersigned at his place of
business. North Yamhill, with the proper
vouchers, within six months from the date
hereof. Dated November 12. tssu
LEE LAUGHLIN.
Administrator of the Estate of Janies
Fairchiles.
44110
Millintr Done!
I would most respectfully announce that
I have leased the Chris Newby Flouring
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
overhauled and repaired it, and am now­
ready to do grinding for bill orcash.
( omc and sec inc
l’"’
J. A. VERflTEEG.
E ver exhibited in this county. Extraordi’
nary Bargains in
Toilet Sets
Plnsli Goods
Odor Cases
Dancy Articles
' Scrap ■ Books
—
Albums
PRIVATE DISEASES.
Autographs
Nervous Debility, Impotcncy, Urinary
and all Private Diseases speedily corrected.
liisk Brooms and
(Mil and see us. No difference what your
ailments are. Thorough satisfaction guar­
Innumerable Novelties.
anteed. Terms reasonable. All letters of
inquiry should be addressed to
I respectfully solicit an early inspection
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of thoe goods, and I guarantee my prices
Dr- A. P. TÜRNER.
to be as low as it is possible to make them.
We are endorsed by many eminet Ocu
lists 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 and wonderful anea-sthet-
re. hvdrochlorate of cocoaine, which has
revolutionized opthalmic surgery. Dr. Tur­
ner will straighten cross eyes in one minute
without pain or after inconvenience.
V
4 Mai
A fii
ceived
Teat
cheap«
Prof
school
H.C
Brilev,
week.
Com!
find jol
prices.
Mrs.
Hardin
Astoria
Baxt
new lot
see it.
Sever
the nev
Portlan
Mr».'
this cit
Jno. C.
C. Gi
three ds
holiday
Geors
llemanl;
lore, afti
The m
mage wi
constant
W. H.
our read
takers gi
The I
church ’
day ever
Mr. an
on a visit
side neai
Secure
tertainmi
a rush ae
The 10
Russ’ is
have to I
Great I
clocks, pl
ville Jew
or.
A new
lished at
county, v
ator.
Elsia M
wood vari
enterprisi
successful
Vinegai
or small
cents per
Jno. J. Si
The Me
largest we
•est place t
Holl is thi
Open te
hall Mond
well attem
flood progr
Clocks (
■ville Jewe
where else
We are
friends Dr.
Savior of C
Ahe T elepj
ty.
Rememb
fire compai
most decor
1* admitte
night.
Mrs. Fra
Raker, of S
l-iiaband wi
they say yo
blocks.’
Billiards
cents per g:
50 points, i
’hen one p
International Hotel.
GEO. W. BURT,
Portland. Or.
CONSULTATION FREE
McMinnville,
Prescription Druggist,
One of th
fair Deem I «
•Apartment
table set a
-Iren and tl
lake their <