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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 18, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
M c M innville , T cksday , J an . 18, 1887,
LEGISLATION AGAINST MORMONS
Th* old Bennett house, Salem, was
destroyed by fire Friday. It was occu
pied by Chinese as a laundry. Three
Chinamen lost their lives in the flames.
J acksonvillk , Or., Jan. 16.—A
tliia evening destroyed the house
all the contents of Mrs. James P.-
Donald. Nothing was saved at all.
loss is about $1,500. No insurance.
NOTES AND NEWS.
(SUCCESSOR TO A. M. TAGGART,)
Geo. W. Earhart, brother of lion. R.
W ashington , Jan. 16.—Hon. 8. 8
A bill known as the Tucker substitute
P. Earhart. ex-Seeretary of State of
Cox is seriously ill. This afternoon he
lor the Edmunds anti-pologainy bill has
Oregon, died at his home in Columbus,
had a severe hemorrhage, which causes
just been passed by the house in con
Ohio, Wednesday evening, from apo
considerable anxiety. He contracted a
While it is rather a stringent
cold after the holidays and has been
measure, all |uist experience in dealing
William A. Henry, father of Rev. J. laid up ever since.
with this evil goes to prove that leniency
S as F baxcisco , Jan. 16.—Ex-Sen
is a poor policy. A hypocritical cry for Q. A. Henry, airived in Portland from
‘‘religious liberty” has long rendered California oil the last steamer, After ator John C. Murphy, a prominent dem-
futile every effort of the government to spending a few days here he w ilt go up ' ocratic politician and a rival of Buckley
crush out this foul blot on the fair es the Willamette valley with a view of lo was found asphyxiated by gas in his res
idence this morning. A broken burner
cutcheon of our nation. No law has thus cating in the state.—News.
far been effective.
The Edmunds law
A dispatch from San Bernardino, Cal was the cause. Ho was 41 years of age.
only has Iteen of slight effect, and it is ifornia says: The supervisors of this
W ahiiixotox , Jan. 16. —Senor Gana is
to be hoped that the present anti-poly county have directed the sheiiff to hire in receipt of a cablegram from tlie Chi
gamy bill with the Tucker substitute for out al! tramps in jail t<> private parties, lian secretary of state, announcing the
tlie Edmunds senate bill will wipe out at tlie rate u( $1 a day, without board.
fact that cholera has made its appear
the last vestige of the infamous organi
John A. Logan, Jr., in examining bis ance in Chili where it is raging witli
sation known us the Church of Latter
father’s papers recently, discovered a great violence in tlie district of Aconca
mysterious packet, which, on investiga gua.
The bill as it passed the house by the
C hicago , Jan. 16.—Because of a strike
tion, proved to be a plan for a building
adoption of the Tucker substitute makes
at Washington to lie used as a school of tlie Baltimore de Ohio messenger boys
• lawful husband or wife of any person
-Carries a Complete Stock of—
the police were called out Saturday to
for education of the sons of veterans.
prosecuted for bigamy, polygamy or un
preserve the peace und disperse tlie lads
Frank Daniel, suspected of the mur
lawful cohabitation, a competent wit-
only eight in number, ami none of them
ness against the accused, and further der of Pat Cronin at I ewiston, Trinity
over sixteen, from in front of the office.
p ovides for the registration of all mar county, California, was taken from bis
Tlie boys struck because the night force
riages, making it a misdemeanor for any
were compelled to woik after 7 a. tn.,
person to violate the provisions relative and hanged. Detective Lawson says he
without any extra pay, though they re
to such registration.
It annuls all the was a leader of the party that commit-
ceive but $15 a month.
territorial laws providing for the identi ed the crime.
W ashington , .Tan. 16.—Gen. Wilson
fication of voters or electors at any elec
O. T. Porter, of the Albany Bulletin,
Hazen, chief signal officer and for a
tion, and also all the laws conferring on has caused the arrest of George Rogers,
the territorial courts the power to de editor of the Salem Lance, on a charge number of years at the bead of the
termine divorce cases, and abolish wo of criminal libel. Rogers was examined weather bureau here died suddenly at
man suffrage in the territory of Utah. Friday before an Albany justice, and his residence on K street at 8 o'clock to
Penalties are prescribed for unlawful in bound over to eppear befoie the next night. He had been seriously ill since
last Thursday night. Gen. Hazen liad
tercourse, and polygamy is delined as a grand jury, which meets in March.
suffered from diabetes tor some years,
marriage between one person of one sex
Within the last week two Ohio men but of late it was thought he was get-
and more than one person of another
Will be published as soon as made out.
representing a large amount of capital, ing better. Early this morning his phy
sex, and is declared to be a felonv. The
have visited Portland with a view to es sician visited him and found an alarm
financial eoiporalions known as the
tablishing in manufacturing enterprises. ing change in his condition. He failed
‘‘Church of Latter Day Saints” and the
They were iron men, and seeing the rapidly despite all that could he done
‘‘Perpetual Emigration Land company,”
idle iron plant at Oswego, they conclud and died without a struggle this eve
are dissolved,and the attorney general is
ed this was no country for them, and ning. Gen. Ilazen was born in Ver
directed to w ind them up by the process
they leit in disgust.
mont in 1839, was a graduate of West
of the courts, and all laws for an organ
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
ized militia of the territory and the crea
A terrible explosion occured last Fri point and served with distinction in the
IS HEREBY GIVEN
tion of the Nauvoo legion are annulled. day, in the new flouring mill at Carber war of the rebellion.
LN that tlie tax books of Yamhill
----- HEADQUARTERS FOR------
1HH6, are now in my
M iles C itv , Mont.,Jan. 16.—Cattle
Polygamists are made ineligible to vote, ry, on the Canadian Pacific railway, 103
hands for collection, and that myself or de
and a test oath is prescribed to all per miles west of Winnepeg. The explo men are greatly alarmed for the future, puty will visit tlie various precincts of said
sons desiring to vote, that they w ill obey sion was caused by flour dust igniting. owing to the overstocking of ranges. county as follows, between the hours of 10
o'clock a. in. aud 4 o'clock p. in.:
the laws of the United States, and es The building is a complete wreck. The Last year witnessed an influx of cattle
pecially tlie lawB in respect to crimes loss on the building and machinery is
East I hehalem
were brought over a parched trail from
defined in this and the original Ed $35,000.
West < hehalem
Rio Grande, and in their famished con- (<
The bill provides for tho
The 24 hour clocks have been ordered
----- Sole Agent for the Celebrated-----
dition placed in ranges already so fully North Yamhill
immediate appointment by the presi
for the Union Pacific road. Hereafter
stocked that only a phenomenally mild
dent, of all judges and selectmen of the
passengers will breakfast at 7 o’clock,
winter could prevent heavy losses. To North McMinnville Saturday
county and probate courts, and by the
An Assortment of these Popular Goods
dine at 13 o’clock, sup at 18 o’clock uml
make matters worse, the calf crop was South McMinnville Monday
governor, of all justices of tlie peace,
at 24 o'clock will be snugly snoozing.
Tuesday 1 February 1
In all the Latest Novelties, New and Desirable Colorings, Just Received.
unusually large. Up to Christinas the Willamina
sheriffs, constables and other county
It is perfectly easy when you get used to
weather was favorable and all was well Sheridan
and district officers. The bill, as amend
it; in fact, is more natural than the
but since then a temperature ranging (Simpson’s)
ed by the adoption of the substitute,
as low as forty degrees below, and Wheatland
will now bo transmitted to the senate
5 7 What we Guarantee for the Dress Goods of our Manufacture:
A dispatch from Washington dated blinding storms before which cattle Dayton
To be made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with the latest and mod
for the action of that body.
It is not to
8 approved machinery, and to be the cheapest goods in the market when service b
be supiiosed that the bill will pass with January 15, savs: Notice is given by drift in spite of the cowboys’ efforts, re
The Mormon church the light-house board that on and after duces cattle in flesh and so weakens said appointments and settle their taxes, considered.
Are so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp weather or a shower, with-i
has powerful friends at its bidding, and February 7th a steam fog signal will be them as so make heavy losses inevita or pay tlie same to me at my office by the
first of April, as required by law. if not out fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking.
every effort will be made to overthrow sounded at the West Point light station, ble if bad weather continues.
then paid we will be necessitated to follow
The manufacturing, dyeing and finishing is done in such a manner, that thegoodi
anything that looks like adveise legisla Puget sound, Washington Territory, du
S an F rancisco , Jan. 16.—Tlie schoon the constructions of the T.
can be washed if desired, without the least injury to the fabric.
tion. It encountered opposition in tlie
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Our goods are wool dyed, and the colors are as fast as the purest dyes and greatest]
lie bell now used. This signal is the er Parallel, which sailed for Astoria
house; not only from Mormon delegates,
care and skill can make them.
Thursday, was last night observed by
but from those from whom better senti Daboil trumphet, giving blasts of live John Hyslop, keeper of 1 lie sighting
Goods show just what they are and will be until worn out, as there is no weighting
stiffening, or artificial lustre used to increase the weight or finish; as is the case with»
ments could be expected.
Bennett, of seconds duration, with intervals of station at Point Lobos, drifting appar
large class of goods in the market, but which disappears after a few days’ service.
North Carolina, in speaking of the clause twenty-five seconds.
ently abandoned with all sails set and
As manufacturers we have taken great pains to supply an article in every way«’]
requiring all the mule inhabitants of
The first effect of tho recent liquor lights burning. She drifted into a cove
liable, ami unsurpassed by similar good«, either foreign or domestic, and would respect
You want anything in the line of
Utah to register and to swear to uphold convention in Leavenworth, Kansas, live hundred yards above the Cliff
fully ask an examination of the various styles and shades to be found on sale by wer-l
and observe tlie laws, including thia act, was felt when Jacob Lau, the defendant House and struck the rocks under a
chants who are agents for the goods.
said: ‘‘We arc again to be subjected to closed his door. Lau kept one of the heavy surf. The life saving service was
All goods of our manufacture should bear the name and trade mark of
that state of things which the south end most respectable places in the city. summoned, but found no one on the ves
ed in a popular uprising.” Perhaps so. The temperance people are jubilant, sel. They built a bonfire and remained
And if state sovereignty still finds friends and predict a rapid closing of all sa in watch in case tho wrecked crew
to support it in the last recourse to be loons, the ice now having been broken. should come ashore later. About 12:30
Call nt the office of the WEST
had—tlie court of arms—tlie sooner that Five more come up this term of court, there was a terrific explosion, which
trial is made the better.
That much and as all are the most respectable of scattered fragments of tlie vessel ior
will guarantee you
Third Street, between E anil F.
sooner will it again fall, trampled under the saloon element, if they are closed lialf a mile about, wrecking the near
foot by tlie always victorious hosts of all will probably go.
est building and breaking every pane of
the most pertect government that lias
The police are at last making a deter glass for a thousand yards. The north
mined raid on Chinese gambling dens ern end and balcony of the Cliff House
New York. Six or seven of them were wrecked, and the doors and win
An Ottawa dispatch to the Boston
dows were blown in and tlie building
First-class accommodations forCcmi
Advertiser says that the fishery trouble were broken up last week on Bayard
badly inlured every way. The Cliff
cial men and general travel.
an 1 the recent elections have tended to
House cottage was badly demoralized
Transient stock well cared for.
bring about a cabinet break'tip, and in all, were arrested and taken to Essex
and tlie inmates cut and bruised. Adolph
Everything new and in First-Class Or
that John Costigan, minister of internal Market court and fined $5 each. Not
Sntro’s fine conservatory, on the heights
revenue, and Mr. Foster, minister of one of tkem was willing to pay, and all
Patronage respectfully solicited.
fisheries, will probably resign.
It is were marched back to jail. A large
settled that unless the United States quantity of gambling paraphernalia, to
Than any other printing house
The sighting station was badly injured
in this county.
government makes some overtures look gether with a considerable amount of
ing toward a settlement of the fishery money, was taken.
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
ed buildings nearly half a mile distant.
dispute the Canadian government will
The Oregon Pacific railroad's steamer The damage to the buildings is about $40,-
We make a specialty ol Fine
go back to ths old system of licensing N. 8. Bentley which was sunk at Albany
R. McKUNE, PROPR.
000. Tlie vessel had on board about
foreign fishing vessels. The license will recently was raised Thursday anil taken
100,000 pounds of giant powder. Tlie
bo charged as formerly upon the ton to Steffen's ship yard in north Portland
captain and crew landed at point Bonita
nage of the vessel.
where she will be hauled on the ways lighthouse. Their story is that they
Ladies’ and Children’s Work
Teams and outfits furnished partie’
and thoroughly repaired. The steamer is started out from tlie heads, hut became
Further action in the Indiana legisla
to go to the coast, at reasonable rute.
considerbly the worse for hercxperietiee becalmed a mile off the Cliff bouse and
ture, over the rupturo between the two
under the surface of the Willamette. drifted. When they saw a wreck in
houses, has resulted in the house can
—A full line of-
A strong bulkhead was constructed in evitable they hastily abandoned the ves
vassing the vote for the Lieutenant
—Have Just Added—
side the big hole oil the side and she sel, knowing the dangerous nature of
Governor finding that Robertson, the re
leaked very little on the way. At a the cargo, leaving their clothes and
publican candidate was elected by 3323
moderate expense it is believed the everything but what they had on. They
majority. The democratic members
In the City. Try Them.
Bentley will be repaired and be able to consisted of Captain Miller, tlie mate,
were not recognised when they attempt
resume traffic on the upper Willamette steward and four sailors.
ed to interrupt tlie proceedings. It is
in two weeks.
further stated that the democratic sen
Four years ago James Logan, who
ate will not recognize tho Lieutenant
—Dealers in -
owns a tract of land seven miles east of
and Red Lead.
Palestine. Texas, attempted to sink a
I would most respectfully announce that
A. L. Johnson, editor of the Medford well, but after going several feet was I have leased the I ’hris Newby Flouring
Mill in Happy Valiev, have thoroughly
H"' been thoroughly renovated and is nos
Monitor, who *»s ro|>orted aa having compelled to abandon the project on ac overhauled and repaired it. and am now
Varnishes of all Descripti**’
failed several days ago, is now reported count of the rapid inflow of a thick, oily ready to do grinding for toll orcash.
Always on hand from which to select.
Kalsomine, Spanish W hiting
Come and see me.
as a defaulter in quite an amount, eonis- sulistance resembling petroleum. On a
.4. A. VKRSTKKG.
Storage and Cleaning. 3 cent« Cairn h »
ting of school, church and other money. close examination Mr. Logan found
M c M innville
P. A B. and Princess MetJi«
The other day, while crossing the new manv specimens of surface coal, heavi
bridge across Rogue river, it is said he ly impregnated with oil, and several
Roof Paint, Venitian R«t-
made an attempt tot ike Ids life by jump springs cropping out. The springs wert
Spanish Brown, Yellow 0<
ing off the bridge while in a fit of insan discovered by breaking through heavy
Ila.« been removed to Garrison’s
building, up stairs. Atten
ity. At last reports he is in the same cakes of
tion is invite«! to this
as Low as the Lowe»*-
Samuel Dexter recently purchased a
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
half interest in the property, and send
Its facilities for thorough practical in
A fair apportionment bill should be ing specimens of the coal to a Houston
struction; actual business department a
passed by the legislature. It can be of chemist, received from him a complete specialty where currency, bank checks,
I-ung Disease. If you havo
no advantage to either political party. analysis, which confirms the expecta drafts, etc., are used.
is warranted, is because it is tho best
“RS? d‘ or t1” cl>>ldren are Soother at hand. It is *b* ***L,
Crayon and Partrait Work a Specialty
The one introduced by Hon. E>. R. tion of heavy petroleum in large quanti
Blood Preparation known. It will pool- threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough
lively cure all Blood Diseases, pnrif.es the r* FnSlish Remedy and prevent medicine yet made that will ** m
Also teaches Shorthand.
Ijtughlin, of Ihh county, is as fair as ties on the premises. Arrangements
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the further trouble, h 1, a pooitivo cure infantile disorders. It
fair can be, and should be parsed by all are now being negotiated to bore the
Up Stairs, Garrison’s Building,
constitution. Remember, we guarantee it. and we guarantee it. Trico 10 and 50c •r Jf Tphint, but rives the chi1“
tan J, um pain. Price 25 cent».
ground and make a complete test.
G. R. HIGGINS, Principal.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
Geo. W. Hurt, druggist.
Geo. W. Burt, drupgi.-L
Good Fit Guaranteed or No Sale.
McM. F. D
S tore ,
Furniture and Undertakers’Goods.
A. J. APPERSON,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Droadheacl Dress Groods.
Worsted Mills, Jamestown, N. Y.
Groceries and Provisions. Henderson Bros. Prop
McMinnville Raths !
Livery and Feed stable!
Book and Card Printing.
Sharing, Hair foiling and- - - -
- - - - Shampoing Parlors.
Transient Stock Well Cared For!
Grive me a CalL
Milliner Done I
Ite li U tea,
Jones & Co.,
Wurra Saw Mills.
McMinnville Sash and di* F»fl*
COLLEGE!! Work Delivered Promptly Highest Market Price raid for Wheat,