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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1886)
M c M innville , E hihav , D ec . 3, 1886,
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
As a special inducement to new sub
scribers, we make the following offer:
Every person sending us $2 cash will he
given the W est S ide T elephone for the
balance of tho present year free.
is equivalent to 14 months for $2. We
are ambitious to make our subscription
list greater than all other papers of
Yamhill county combined. It is rapid
ly approaching the point.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
NOTES ANI» NEWS.
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Thomas A. Jordan of Portland, has
been acquitted of the charge of bribing
voters at the June election.
The Oregon state board of agriculture
held their annual meeting at Salem last
Tuesday. Tho report of the secretary
shows the financial standing of the board
to be good. The balance in the treasury
is nearly $6,000.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to us will confer a luvor on us by culling
and settling immediately, as all accounts
are now due.
MORSE A MAVTS.
Dayton, Nov, 26, 1886.
I would most respectfully announce that
I have leased the Chris Newby Flouring
Mill in llappy Valiev, have thoroughly
overhauled anil repaired it. ami am now
It is said that the Northern Pacific ready to do grinding for toll or cash.
Come and see me.
railroad company contemplates sending
out an exhibit car next year similar to
those sent by the state immigration
board. The car will eontain specimen
that the undersigned has been duly
products of Oregon and Washington.
appointed by the honorable county court of
Colfax (W. T.) Gazette: Nine men Yamhill Co’untv, Oregon, admini.4 rater of
the estate of James Fauchilcs, deceased,
LAW EDUCATION NOT DANGEROUS were arrested in Northern Idaho a few and all persons Having claims against said
days ago for tiinlier depredations on the estate are hereby notified to present the
We do not join in the common indigna public domain. Among the number same to the undersigned at his place of
tion which the press generally seoms to were an attorney and roadmaster of the business, North Yamhill, with the proper
vouchers, within six months from the date
harbor in its bosom because there are Northern Pacific, contractor and sub hereof, bated November 12, 1886.
ho many young men attending the law contractors of the ..Montuna Improve
Administrator of the Estate of James
schools and preparing themeelyes in the ment company. The prisoners were ta Fairchiles.
“noble profession.” We tliink there is ken to Murray for trial before Judge
no cause for alarm. These young men Buck.
who are studying law will not thereby do
Official returns from the two disputed 7>rr OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
any harm to themselves or others. After
representative districts of W. T. are TAI bv order of the Count-v Court of
they graduate nine out of every ten of
,nhill County Oregon, C. H. Cook and
received, and the results show the legis Ya
A. J. Apperson. have been duly appointed
them will discover that there is no call
lature is republican by a majority of two joint executors of the last will ami testa
for them in the legal profession, and
ment of Lvdia J. Cook deceased. Therefore,
on joint ballot. The upper house stands all
person’s having claims against said es
rather than starve at law they will take to
republican 0, democrats 6. The lower tate are hereby notified and required topre
some other and more productive pursuit.
them with proper vouchers to said ex
house is, republicans, 13, democrats, 11. ecutors
at McMinnville, Oregon, within six
Nor will tl.eir time and labor s|>ent in
This spoils the calculations of the dem months from this November 26, 1886.
Jaw studies have been wasted, for they
C. II. COOK.
ocrats of securing two United States sen
A. J. APl’ERSON.
will be all the better citizens and busi ators in calle the territory is admitted as
ness men because of the knowledge ac
F enton F fkton , Atty’s for estate. 48tl0
a state in this session of congress.
quired and the training they received.
Some time ago Mrs. Minnie Ilill of
A legal education confers special quali
fications fir most of the duties of citizen Portland, 23 years old, applied to the
ship. It doubles a man’s effectiveness steamboat inspectors forja license as mas Lfll Ua 11« la M1U11111 ?
us a juror, as a voter, as a member of ter of tho Minnie Hill, and was refused
The Leader in Millinery.
local boards or a representative in the one. She appealed to Supervising In
legislature. It cultivates habits of close spector C. C. Bemis, who has instructed HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING.
and consecutive thought that are inval the local inspectors to grant the request Opposite Grange Store, McMinnville. 42tf
uable in any avocation or station in life. provided the applicant possesses the
According to Burke, there is nothing necessary qualifications. Mrs. Ilill was
which so sharpens the intellect as legal examined, and was awarded a master’s
studies, and according to Blackstone and pilot’s license.
One of the freight trains from Hunt
every gentleman ought to have a smatter
ing of law. Indeed, the latter worthy ington while near North Powder a few
inflicted his famous book of commen days ago ran into a band of cattle. The
taries on the world, not bo much for the band separated, and it was supposed
benefit of young men who expected to that none were injured, but, after Tun
take the law fora profession, as forthose ing about a mile, it was dicovered that a
who had estates to take care of and who cow was on the pilot, where the animal
were likely to sit in parliament. The was pinned fast by a coupling rod
Ladies, please call and see my
study of law is the study of the evolution piercing through the neck. It was found
of customs which have arisen out of the nocessary to cut the animal’s head near
necessities of society during tho success ly in two, to get her off the pilot. The
ive periods at which they prevailed, anti cow died.
Will have an early Fall Stock.
no department of knowledge could be
The grand jury of Lawrence, Kansas,
more valuable. It would be well if lias returned an indictment against a
every young man had the time and man named Arthur Dunbar for a murder
means to take a course in law. No good committed twenty-two years ago at
college permits a student to graduate Black Jack. Dunbar has been absent
M c M innville , O regon .
without having learned something of from the stale most of this time, but is
Always on hand the best quality of Beef,
civil, common and constitutional law, now residing near that city.
It is said Mutton, Pork, and
and the study ought to be introduced in that good evidence can be produced
the higher grades of the public schools, against him, and there is a probability
displacing some other that is less useful. that bo will be found guilty at this late
What is true of tho study of law is to a day of the crime committed in 1864.—
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
certain extent true also of medicine and Better late than never.
k GIVE ME A CALL.
other branches of professional knowledge
William Timmins of Pitstburg Pa. is
the mastory acquired in all of which is a laborer, and his wife and four small
valuable as a discipline, even if not called children have not enjoyed many of the
’ F. S. KELLER.
into requisition for practical uses. Of luxuries of this life. Mr. Timmins has
all tho imaginary evils deplored with just invented a car brake, and an offi
so much solicitude by the press that of cial of th» Pennsylvania company has
the increase of supeiflotis professional asked him if he would take $75,000 for
men is tho most shadowy. It it is an evil it. With this brake he says he can
J. H. HENDERSON
at all, it corrects itself with an ease which stop a freight car running at the rate of
(Successor to L Root)
wo might well wish were characteristic thirty-five miles an hour,in fifteen feet.
of all other evils.
Carries a full and complete stock of
The brake can be put on with one hand.
The New York Tribune observes that “I can lock the wheels of a locomotive,” Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
superstitious persons will do well to take Mr. Timmins says, “when it is running
Wooden and Willowware,
notice of tho ominous fact that there at the rate of forty miles an hour before
wore just thirteen aidermen who met at it has moved twenty-five feet.”
the secret meetings to arrange for selling
The old story of the scheme of the
the Broadway and other franchises. Mormons to sell out and move into
Goods delivered promptly to any part
Two are dead already, one is insane, Mexico is revived again in New York
of the city.
three are in exilo, three are informers because of the presence there of John
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tf
and will bo outcasts, one is in Sing W. Young, one of the prophet’s sons.
Sing, and tho remainder ot them will The Mormons would probably be glad
soon bo there if they get what they de Jo get out of Utah if they could secure
serve. This vindicates the superstition any adequate sum for their property;
about the number thirteen.
but the experience of the saints who in
early days were called back to Utah
Louis Jones, of Bristol, Pa., has had showed the sacrifices w hich they would
All Kinds of
so much trouble with the employes of be compelled to make. It would be
his hosiery mill that, he has finally re like a forced sale at auction, and even
to order. Constantly on hand, Mill
quested them to take the property off life in the “underground” with the Done
Feed, Flour, Wheat and Oats. Also, all
liis bands and run it themselves.
He chance of a capture when the saints re kinds of Wood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes.
offered to sell it to them for $50,000. turn to their wives and concubines, is Ete. All orders left with us for Stowe A
Brower's lumber yard promptly attended
The Knights of Labor of that place want preferable to that.
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
to accept the offer and run the mill on
Orders left witli Bogers A Todd, at Citv
the co-operative plan. They have nsked
Drug Store, promptly tilled
the advice of the general co-O|>crative
board of the order. The mill has em
ployed from 300 to 350 hands.
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
In a short time our
Shaving, Hair fitting and- - - -
- - - - Shainpiting Parlors.
Ladies' and Children’s Work
— A SPECIALTY.—
Hat and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
Will be here
—Have Just Added—
Tho Finest Line of Cigars
In the City. Try Them.
They will consist of
Third Street, between E and F.
Christmas Cards & Noveltii
Henderson Bros. Props.
First-class accommodations for Commer
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cared for.
Everything new and in First-Class Order
Has been thoroughly renovated and is now
ready to receive gram.
Storage and Cleaning, 3 cents. Calcutta
sucks constantly on hand and sold at the
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers are respectfully invited to call
and see us,
[Corner Third and C Streets]
Is Now Open.
Attention is respectfully invited t® this
Crayon and Portrait work a Specialty.
College Journal sent free on application.
G. IL HIGGINS, Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
as .the very lowest
BISHOP & KAY!
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■h?-iiv -w - av :
Celebrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
The latest case of total depravity is
that of Richard Shefferd, a workingman
with a wife and children, of Peoria, Ill.,
who died there from the effects of drink
ing a quart of whisky. The whisky was
drank on a wager of $1, made with his
brother, and the liquor was drank in the
presence of both families.
GIVE ME A CALL.
The Direct Route 1 No Delays I
Fast Trains I
THE LOWEST BATES
—I Have'Just Received—
Direct From Chicago
—A Fine Line of—
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
The Chicago anarchists should have
been hanged toJday, but a stay of pro- Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tackle,
Which will be sold at Lowest Living Trices.
«•cedilla» has been granted and the pro
liabilities are they will escape file gal-
Haw also added a complete line of
lows yet. ________________
Repair Broken Machinery
The Oregon Pacific railroad has se of nil kinds- Farm Machinery, Traction
cured all the wharves at Albany, and Engines, Etc.
refuses the O. R. A N. Co’s, boats a
Locksmithing a Specialty.
O b « Dn«r w««t ef Baiter * Martin'«
East. Tickets sold to all prominent points
throughout the East and Southeast.
vers’ Good s
I am now prepared to offer the Largest, Fin*
est, and best Selected stock of
TO CHICAGO ANO ALL POINTS
Tlic Great Transcontinental Route.
New Blacksmith Shop!
Prices to Suit I lie Times,
W 11 E N ?
Groceries and Provisions.
The Cheapest Goods
in the World
II 1 City M Mi to fa.
This Space is For
It is certainly not a healthy condition
of society which is constantly genorating
such a brood ot filth ami nastiness as the
English divorce courts of late have ex SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
hibited. It may be no worse than the Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
open corruption of the seventeenth cen
tury, but there is a striking similarity
between the social rottenness that now
plow work a specialty.
infests so much of the English aristo
cracy, and its condition immediately
Also manufacture the
prior to the English revolution.
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
•/ free. Come and
Its facilities for thorough practical in
struction ; actual business department a
specialty where currency, bank checks,
drafts, etc., are used.
Class or private instruction day or even
All Kinds of Meat.
J. J. COLLARD,
In plush and leather.
In leather and plush. Handsome,
AUTOGRAPH & PHOTOGRAPH ALB'
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
SCRAP BOOKS, POEMS,
Patronage respectfully solicited.
10 CENT COUNTER 10
juz. ¿ti. ^'z. »'tz.
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
But be sure to take the
N orthern P acific R ailroad
And sec that your ticket reads via
ST. PAUL OR
To avoid chan res and serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars
are Kun on Regular Express
Trains Full Length of the
Line. Berths Free.
General Office of the Company,
Ever exhibited in this county,
nary Bargains in
Scra p Books
liisk Brooms ancl
I respectfully solicit an early inspection
of these goods, and I guarantee my price*
to be as low as it is possible to make theflu-
GEO. W. BURT,
No. 2 Washington St.. Portland, Or.
A. D. CHARLTON.
General Western Passenger Agent.