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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 31, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
S acham :: xto , Dec. 29.—Three men
were arrested here yesterday. They are
supposed to be tlie parties who robbed
tlie stage at Bidwell’s bar on the 14th
W ashington , Dee. 2D.—Tlie president
is steadily improving in health. He has
not resumed his official work, however,
as his physicians advise him to secure us
much rest us possible.
All persons knowing themselves indebted
to us will conferà favor on us by culling
and settling immediately, as all accounts
are now due.
MORSE A MAUT8.
Dayton, Nov, 26. 1886.
Once more we swing around the circle
on the whirligig of time, an I 1837 lies
I would most respectfully announce that
spread out before us. The Japanese,
I have leased the Chris Newby Flouring
Who are a wise people, and fond of ex
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
pressing themselves by symbols, pre
overhauled anil repaired it. and am now
to do grinding for toll or cash.
sent to each other on every New Yeai’s
Come and see me.
S an F bancuco , Dec. 29.—Judge Mc- 13in3
day a piece of tlie commonest and
J. A. VEKSTKEG.
coarBest dried fish, d me up in a rough Furlund, who was elected a justice of the
scrap of paper. This is to remind them of supreme court at the recent election,
the frugality mid temperance of their an has resigned the office of supreme judge.
cestors, and in this way to exhort each A successor will be appointed to fill the Xh that tlie undersigned lias been duly
other to form and keep good resolutions vacancy in the supreme court bench appointed by tlie honorable county court of
Yaiuhill County, Oregon, administrator of
for the next twelve months. With us, during the present week.
the estate of James Faiacliiles, deceased,
W ashington , Dec. 29.—Subscriptions anil all persons Having el aims against said
too, tlie opening of tlie New Year is fitly
are hereby notified to present tlie
the time to pledge ourselves to good re- to the fund for the benefit of Mrs. Logan estate
same to tlie undersigned at liis place of
, olves; ar.d these iesolves, naturally re received by Mr. Lemon to the date ag business, North Yamhill, witli tlie proper
late to biB or her special weaknesses or gregate $26,000. The galleries of the vouchers, within six months from tlie date
hereof. Baled November 12. lssii.
temptations. Nor can we, any of us, pro senate chamber will be reserved for the
bably make a pledge more beneficial to families of the diplomatic corps. Tick Administrator of tlie Estate of Janies
ourselves and to others than that same ets will be delivered by the secretary of
pledge of tlie Japanese, to be temperate state for distribution.
in all tilings; not only in eating and
L ondon , D oc . 29.—After a violent gale
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
drinking, and in enjoyment of tlie and unusually heavy snow storm a rapid
by order of the County Court of
pleasures and gratifications of life, but lhaw set in throughout the country. Tlie -LAI
Yaiuhill County Oregon. ('.If. Cook and
in the judgment and treatment of our storm did great damage to the grounds A. J. Apperson, have been duly appointed
of the last will and testa
neighbors, in tlie pursuit of our daily around Buckingham palace, Hyde paik ment executors
of Lydia J. Cook deceased. Therefore,
<1 calings, business and social.
We and London. Trees were blown dawn all persons having claims against said es
tate are hereby notified and required topre
should also be temperate in tlie excer- all over the country, telephone and tele sent
them with proper vouchers to said ex
cise of all our facilities, in speech and grapli wires destroyed and-railway trains ecutors at McMinnville, Oregon, within six
from this November 26, 1886.
in action, as citizms, as laborers, as impeded.
C. H. COOK.
members ot society and as inmates of
A. J. APPERSON.
C hicago , Dec. 29.—The man known
Joint Executors aforesaid.
the domestic circle.
’s foréstate. 48tl0
Tlie blank pages of the Ne v Year are
Bpraad out bof >re us. Each of us has last by Pinkerton as the robber of the
Blood Elixir is the only
liis blank ptgit to till witli a chapter in Adams Express company, last October, XrArno'o.
IvVloAX rs Blood Remedy guaran
tlie history of a life. Each lias it >o u on a train on tlie St. Louis & San Fran teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
large deg ee in liis power to make that cisco railroad, proves to be Fred Witrock tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies tlie
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
page bright witli tlie story of good deads, of Chicago, formerly of Leavenworth, and
Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it.
and an upright, unselfish career, ,or to Kansas. He had been in business there Geo. W. Burt, Druggist.
blot it witli llld lings, which once record
ed can never lie rubbed out, though the stolen money was recovered.
they may bo atoned, lint as prevention
V ienna , Dee. 29.—Tlie press is be
is belter than cine, so tire avoidance of coming convinced that Russia is deter
ovil actions is better than atonement for mined upon war. Repoitsof increased
Russian armament aie continually com
If we look beyond our individual ing to hand from various sources. Tlie
All Kinds of
selves into tlie great world bustling latest intelligence is to tlie effect that
Trucking and Delivering
around us, we may find reasons for 300,000 Russian troops have been order
Done to order. Constantly on hand, Mill
cheerful anticipations of peace and pros ed to Massitikoff. Tlie occupants of 10,- Feed, Flour. Wheat and Oats. Also, all
perity among the nations.
Stirring 000 liouses have received official notifi kinds of Wood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes,
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe &
events, no doubt, are before us in 1887. cation that the soldiers will soon be bil Brower
’s lumber yard promptly attended
A few dark clouds may be hoveling leted in them.
Wagon Always Ready.
around the world’s horizon,but we may
S an F kancisco , Dec. 29.—Everything Orders left with Rogers <t Todd, at City
look forwaid to them, however, witlio.it
is quiet on the cable roads to-day. No Drug Store, promptly filled.
further developments in tlie dynamite
Tiiat tlie year just about to open before
plot. The talk of a general tie-up con
us may end witli the geneial | eace un
tinues. The men on the Market street
broken, witli prosperity still smiling
cable line say they will refuse to go out
upon the people, and witli many, ma#v
if a tie-up is ordered on tho other lines.
good resolutions promptly made and
They say they are unwilling but will go
firmly kept by young and old, is tlie
wish tlio T elephone extends to its read out if the general assembly so orders.
Tlie examination of tlie Monday morn
ing rioters is postponed until January 5.
Govepor Stoneman ot California, lias
W ashington , Dec. 29.—The senate
been having a general jail delivery late committee in charge of Senator Logan’s
ly. Four murderers, three embezzlers funeral arrangements met at 10 o’clock
and a hall a dozen robbers have either this morning. Every senator was pres
been pardoned outright or their terms
ent. The order of proceedings, so far
have been commuted so that they will
as determined upon, are as fpllows: The
expire in a few days.
body will be taken by tlie committee of
The proposed celebration of tiic birth arrangements of tlie senate and house of
day of Adam should be held in Boston, representatives, and escorted by the dif
where, we understand, several members ferent pacts of tlie G. A. It., Thursday
J. H. HENDERSON
of the family still reside. Charles to tlie rotunda of tlie capitol, «here tlie
(Successor to L. Root)]
Francis died tho other day, but a num
ber of his collateral relatives and lineal following day under a guard of honor.
Carries a full and complete stock of
The public will be admitted to the ro
desendants are still on the turf.
tunda to view tho body.
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
Gladstone celebrated his 77th birthday
Wooden and Willowware,
Wednesday by attending early service
On last Sunday, a Mr. Blanchard, the
in the chapel at Hawarden, and spend proprietor of a store at Ranier, Co
ing the remainder of the day at home. lumbia county, had a difficulty with a
He received a largo number of birthday man named Tom Sullivan, a logger, and
Goods delivered promptly to any part
of tlie city.
congratulations by telegraph and by the latter drew a knife and stabbed Blan
■nail, and was also the recipient of many chard in the left side, about four inches.
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tf
presents, some ol which were ot beauti Great difficulty was experienced in ob
ful designs and of great value.
taining a physician for Blanchard, ow
A resolution lias been introduced by ing to the isolation of the place, and he
Senator Butier, of South Carolina, pro died before one could be procured. Sul
viding for a special committee of five livan lias been arrested and lodged in
senators to be sent to the city ot Mex the Multnomah county jail.
C. H. FLEMiNG, Prop.
Shaving, Hair Cutting and- - - -
- - - - Shampoing Tarlors.
Ladies' and Children's Work
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
—Have Just Added—
The Finest Line of Cigars
In tlie City. Try Them.
Has been thoroughly renovated and is new
ready to receive grain.
Storage and Cleaning, 3 cents. Calcutta
sacks constantly on hand and sold at the
Highest Market Price Paid for Wheat.
Farmers are respectfully invited to call
and see us,
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
OVER YAMHILL COUNTY BANK,
Is Now Open.
Attention is respectfully invited to this
L Christmas Cards & Novelties.
They consist of
[Corner Third and C Streets]
SCRAP BOOKS, P0MÍS,
AUTOGRAPH a PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
In plush and leather.
Its facilities for thorough practical in
struction; actual business department u
specialty where currency, bank checks,
drafts, etc., are used.
Class or private instruction day or even
J. J. COLLARD,
& 1 Klj M id M Store.
Crayon and l ortrait work a Specialty.
College Journal sent free on application.
G. R. IIIGGINS, Prin.
P. O. Box 101.
Groceries and Provisions
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
W ebster’s .Unabridged Dic
tionary free. Come and
Prices to Suit the Times,
The Cheapest Goods
in the World
That we will sell you goods as low
as the very lowest.
ROGERS & TODD,
ico to investigate alleged disputes be
tween citizens of the United States and
the Mexican republic. A special escort
of five sober and reliable policemen
should be sent along to tako care of the
The democrats are already consoling
themselves with the tlrought that the
death of Logan will give them Illinois.
They claim that his death means a loss
to the republican party in that state of
10,000 votes. This may be true; Lognn
was a host in himself. But we opine
that tho republican party will still hold
its own and that old Illinois will roll up
her usual majority when election comes
The r’eniocracy of North Carolina is
completely disgusted with President
Cleveland and his civil service reform
policy. Ex-congressman William H.
Kitchen aays that ('leveland will be de
feated in North Carolina, if ho is the
nominee of the democracy for president,
by 50,000 majority. Kitchen publishes
a newspaper called tlie Scotland Neck
Democrat, and has raised at the head of
his columns the names of Governor Da
vid B. Hill ami Speaker Carlisle for
president and vioa president in 188.4, re
The publisher of General Logan’s
book. “The Great Conspiracy,” received
a letter a few days ago from W. B. Tay
lor. the private and confidential secre
tary of General Logan, in which he says
the receipts from the sale of the book
will bo about the only legacy left to Mrs.
Logan, and suggesting that if this fact
be made known to the public, the patri
otic impulses of n grateful people might
through this channel place her beyond
—8UCCMM0B T® *. C. KABT1B—
The new river steamer N. S. Bentley,
owned by the Oregon Pacific railroad,
collided with a pier ot the Oregon Paci
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
fic railroad bridge at Albany, and was
broken in the middle and sank within Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tackle,
fifteen minutes with 3,400 bushels of
wheat and fifteen tons ot miscellaneous
freigiit. Fifteen passengers were on the
boat, but they were taken safely ashore.
Repair Broken Machinery
The boat and cargo are a total loss.
nil kinds—Farm Machinery, Traction
Gio boat cost $16,000. The wheat was of
Carries the Largest and Best Stock
from Salem and the river towns and
was owned by Moore, Ferguson A Co., of
Locksmithing a Specialty.
jn Yamhill County.
San Francisco, and insured. The boat
was uninsured against accident.
One Poor went of Baxter Jt Martin’«
The Furniture Man
Bucklcn’s Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money reluuded
cents per box. For sale bv Rogers A
F. E. RUSS
—I Have Just Received—
Ever < xliibited in this comity
miry Bargains in
AVliisk Brooms and
Come and be Convinced.
Third Street Bet. D and E.
Which will be sold at Lowest Living Prices.
Have also addl'd a complete line of
Give Me a Call.
W. H. BINGHAM.
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thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you over try
Acker's English Remedy! It is the best
preparation Known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positivo guarantee at 10c., 50c.
GOO. W. Burr. Prttgglri.
BEDROCK PRICES ! Toilet Sets
—A Fine Line of—
Will have an early Fall Steck.
HOLIDAY GOODS! 11
Direct From Chicago
McM innville, Oregon.
10 CENT COUNTER 10
I am now prepared to offer the Largest, Fin
est, and best Selected stock of
The Leader in Millinery.
HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING.
Opposite Grange Store. McMinnville. 42tf
r, a that are fretful, peevish,
eroM or troul(leJ willl
I respectfully solicit an early inspection
of these goods, and I guarantee my priced
to be as low as it is possible to make the®*
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker’s Baby Soother. ,
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 25 cents. Sold by
G. W. Buri. Drujsgist.
GEO. W. BURT,