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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
M c M innville , T uehpav , D ec . 14, 188C.
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
Az a special inducement to new sub
scribers, we make the'following offer:
Every person sending ns $2 cash w ill be
given the W est S im T blki - iiosb for the
balance of the present year free. Tills
is equivalent to 13 months for $2. We
are ambitious to make our subscription
list greater than ail other papers of
Yamhill county combined. It is rapid
ly approaching the point.
Representative Dowdney.of the twelfth
congressional district of New York,
died at his residence in New York city
at 8 o'clock Fri lay morning. He was
stricken with apoplexy while entering
Queen Victoria has shown her disgust
at the state of English society l>y for
bidding admission into the household of
Windsor castle, or within the castle pre-
cicts, of newspapers containing reports
of the Campbell divorce ease.
Tho stock bo >m in San Francisco is
“busted,” and so are hundreds of small
dealers, who went wild and were led by
a reckless spirit to throw their means in
to a gambling scheme that could only
benefit large stockholders and dealers.
This latter class are several millions bet
ter off than they were before tlie boom.
Morrison lias decided to call up the
tariff bill in tlie house the latter part of
next week. The tariff reformers are
confident that they will be able to get a
bill up for consideration, and many be
lieve that there will be tariff legislation
of some sort thia session. They are pre
pared to make a hard tight and to take
advantage of every circumstance in their
Dr. Rexford, pastor ot tlie Church
Our Father, the leading Universaliat
el.urh in Detroit, created a sesation in
his congregation by closing his sermon
with reference to the will of millionaire
Francis Palms, w hich left only a few
hundred dollars to charity out of an
estate of $7,000,000. “Such a miserly
gift to the crying necessities ot our time,”
lie said, “compared to tlie withholdings
of millions for the vulgar personal uses
by a Christian does more to unsettle
Christianity in tlie minds of tlie multitude
than Colonel Ingersoll can do by repeat
ing his ‘Mistakes of Moses’ for a life
time.” This and similar sentiments
were given liberal applause, something
not heard in church hero tor some time.
Mr. Palms was a Catholic. Tlie ser
mon, following so soon on his death,
is meeting warm disenussion.
Tlie promoters ot tlie centennial cele
bration of 1889 and Hie world’s exposi
tion in honor of the 400th anniversary of
the discovery of America and a perma
nent exposition of the three Americas,
met in convention at Washington, last
Delegates were present from
most of the large cities of tlie country.
Tlie West was well represented. Tlie
convention adopted a series of resolutions
providing for the appointment of a com
mission of fifteen members to prepare
a suitable memorial setting forth tlie ob
jects of the convent ion, to be presented to
congress, with a view of securing an en
dorsement in tlie form of an appropria
tion necessary to carry our the pro
A Pittsburg, I’a., special says: J. C.
Hill, a prominent residentof Edgewood,
—but an infernal idiot who ought to be
hung—made collectiohs yesterday of
$5000 which lie took home to keep over
night. His daughter, who had a bad
toothache, arose early this morning and
went down to the nursery fire to warm
herself. Her father, on hearing the
noise she made, thought burglars were
in the house, and taking a revolver fol
lowed her down stairs. When she open
ed the door of the library he fired, the
ball Bribing liis daughter ill the back of
tlie neck ami passing through to tlie front.
The young lady will die, and her father
is crazed with grief.
Advices from British Columbia report
that tlie influx of Chinese from British
Columbia into Washington Territory is
increasing. Last week a large number
crossed over without any resistance be
ing made by tlie authorities of tlie Unit
ed States, They go down tho new West
A movement is on foot anio.'g the four
minster road and cross over near Blaine ,
five thousand bookkeepers and clerks
at which point there is no customs house
in Cincinnati to organize and join the
officer nearer than thirty miles.
Knights of Labor in a body. The object
not so much a demand for better pay,
In a letter from L. A. Wood, of Cov
ington, Kv., who has charge of the con but particularly to secure moro reasona
test by George H. Thobe of the congres ble hours for work. In this it seems
sional seat for which John G. Carlisle the matter is being encouraged, and in
has received his commission, lie rclers many instances strongly urged by some
Very freely to the matter, and expresses of tlie mo3t extensive dealers in tliecity.
strong hopes of final success. He says:
“If tlie election laws of our state be en A man uamed Mickell, an insutance
forced and tlie ‘returns’ thrown out agent of Seattle, went to Portland on
where tlie law was violated, we shall business, remained a few days, and
throw out at least 1,500 votes, and elect when last seen was starting for the East
Thobe by at least 000. It is the most Portland depot to take the train for
important contest by far that ever took Shoshone. A few days afterward his
placo in tlie American congress, or that hat cane, wallet, and a sand dag were
probably ever will take place for a half found lying near together by the O. A C.
depot, and the supposition is that he was
murdered and robbed.
It seems that the democratic majority
of the house of representatives is not
Col. Ingersoll says that “no man has
going to allow itself to bo beguiled into a right to more land than he can use.”
nn act to erect Washington territory into Tills remark coupled witli the fact that
a Btate by any claim or promiso that the Col. Bob and partner own a little field in
new state may be democratic. If no New Mexico sixty rnilcB broad by ninety
state is to be admitted henceforward un miles long, leads the St. Louis Republi
less the dominant party believes it can can to fear that the great infidel feels
rely on it, then the democratic majority ground down by a land monopoly that
is right. Delegate Voorhees is reported does not allow him to get enough for a
as saying that he has small hojies that decent calf pasture.
tho house will pass any bill to let Wash
ington in. But his regrets might he
A teriblo gale, accompanied by light
more effusive to the public than painful ning and thunder, prevailed Thursday
to himself should the conditions of ter night in the southern counties of Eng
ritorial disability be maintained in land and the channel, where a number
Washington a considerable time longer. of vessels were wrecked. At Brighton
much' demage was done. Throughout
The organization of many syndicates the United Kingdom rain and hail fell.
for the development of coal and iron The storm caused widespread disaster,
lands in Tennessee and Alalama, togeth
er with the fact that fortunes have been
Thursday morning, the jury which has
made recently by original investors, been trying the case of Daniel Moran,
have caused much excitement in that charged with the murder of Kalasuha.
section. Real estate has risen in value, the ship carpenter, in Portland, brought
and owners of desirable property are in a verdict of murder in the first degree
holding ft for fancy prices, Great tracts as charged in the indictment.
of land have been purchased recently,
and negotiations are pending for other
vast fields of coal and iron. Eastern
capital is flowing freely into Tennessee
and Alabama. Speculation in southern
stocks has been remarkably large for
the past few days, and as most of the
deals havo proved very successful, the
Monday, Dec. 20, 1886.
excitement is at fever heat. Tennessee
Engagement of the famous
coal and iron stock, which sold at 20
cents last spring, has risen at a rapid
rate within the last few weeks.
Garrison’s Opera House!
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to us will conferà tuvor on us by calling
and settling immediately, as all accounts
are now due.
MORSE & M A U TS.
Dayton, Nov, 26, 1886.
Ladies' and Children's Work
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
The Finest Line of Cigars
In tlie City. Try Them.
Third Street, between E and F.
XT OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
|>v order of the County Court of
Y:iluhill County Oregon, C. II. Cook and
A. J. Apperson, have been duly appointed
joint executors of the last will and testa
ment of Lydia J. Cook deceased. Therefore,
all persons having claims against said es
First-class accommodations for Commer
tate are hereby notified and required topre
sent them with proper vouchers to said ex cial men and general travel.
ecutors at McMinnville,Oregon, within six
Transient stock well cared for.
months from this November 2fi. 1S86.
C. II. COOK,
Everything new and in First-Class Order
A. J. AITERSON,
Joint Executors aforesaid.
Patronage respectfully solicited
F extos A F fxtox , Atty’s for estate. 48tl0
Henderson Bros. Props.
will consist of
Christmas Cards & Novelties
SCRAP BOOKS, POEMS,
• 4 •
The Leader in Millinery?
Will be here.
—Have Just Added—
In a short time our
Shaving, Hair Culling and
- - - - Shani|M>ing Parlors.
HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING.
lias been thoroughly renovated and is now
Opposite Grange Store. McMinnville. 42tf ready to receive grain.
F. E. RUSS
In plush and leather.
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat.
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
Ladies, please call and see my
10 CENT COUNTER 10
[Corner Third and C Streets]
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
Will have an early Fall Stock.
Is Now Open.
Attention is respectfully invited t® this
Its facilities for tnorough practical in
struction; actual business department a
Always on band tl c best quality of Beef, specialty where currency, bank cheeks,
Mutton, Pork, and
drafts, etc., are used.
(’lass or private instruction day or even
All Kinds of Meat.
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
Crayon and Portrait work a Specialty.
College Journal sent free on application.
G. R. HIGGINS, Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
GIVE ME A CALL.
r. S. KELLER.
AUTOGRAPH A PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
Storage and Cleaning, 3 cants. Calcutta
sacks constantly on hand and sold at the
Farmers are respectfully invited to call
and see us,
That we will sell you goods as low
as the very lowest.
This Space is For
(Successor to L Root)
In leather and plush.
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
J. H. HENDERSON
Carries a full and complete stock of
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
Wooden and Willowware,
MOP 4 KAI!
Goods delivered promptly to any part
of the city.*
J. J. COLLARD,
ROGERS & TODD,
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35t(
W "401.V -Zl?
Ho. 1 City Mi asd M Stere. The
AU Kinds of
Trucking and Delivering
in the World
Done to order. Constantly on hand, Mill
Feed, Flour, Wheat ami Oats. Also, all
kinds of Wood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes,
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
Orders left with Rogers .t Todd, at City
Drug Store, promptly filled.
The Great Transcontinental Route.
Groceries and Provisions,
The Direct Route I No Delays I
Fast Trains I
Priées to Suit the Times.
THE LOWEST RATES
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS
East. Tickets sold to nil prominent points
throughout the East and Southeast.
—I Have Just Received—
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
But be sure to take the
Direct From Chicago N orthern P acific R ailroad
—A Fine Line of—
200 Laughs 200
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
HEREBY GIVE : n
that the undersigned has been dis
appointed by the honorable county court of
Y unihill County, Oregon, administrator of
the estate of James Fauchiles, 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 Yambill, with the proper
vouchers, within six months from the date
hereof. Dated November 12, 188«».
Administrator of the Estate of James
As the term of tho fiftieth congress
embraces the presidential canvass of
1888, solicitude is expressed by leading
publie men of both political parties for
the passage of an electoral count bill
which, if necessity shall so require, will
(Genuine Colored People)
operate fairly and justly upon nil politi
King Laugh Makers.
cal parties, to the end that the material
interests of good government and the
common country may not lie jeopardized
by partisan conflicts, having for object
the control of federal patronage rather
than the welfare of the republic.
Whether such a bill can la» formulated
no ns to embrace provisions agreeable
alike to republican and democratic
Everything new and pleasing.
loaders is yet a problem. Senator Hoar
--------Two hours of--------
is deeply interested in tho electoral
count bill reported by him from the sen
ate judiciary committee, but his efforts MIRTH, MUSIC and MINSTRELLY.
hitherto to secure its consideration have
Admission. 50 cents; reserved scats 75
cents. On sale at City Drug Store.
zu>t tael * ith roseate success.
And see 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 Run on Regular Express
Trains Full Length of the
Line. Berths Free.
good things of tliia
.3 life are sorrowfully let
General Office of the Company,
I am now prepared to offer the Largest, Fin’
est, and best Selected stock of
HOLIDAY GOODS!! I
Ever exhibited in this county.
nary Bargains in
liisk Brooms and
I respectfully solicit an early inspection
ot these goods, and I guarantee my price*
to lx* as low as it is possible to make then1,
alone on account of I>yspepeia. Acker's No. 2 Washington St., Portland. Or.
Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
A. D. CHARLTON,
positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by
G. W. Burt. Druggist.
General Western Taaseiiger Agent.
GEO. W. BURT,