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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 11, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
WATTS’ LIQUOR KILL.
The I'riitpil States »i>n.ite baa pitmed,
without debate <>> division, the twin bill
appropriating in tho aggregate $21 .^OO,-
KMl for tlm encouragement of tho man-
uhii-liirc of steel for modern naval ordi
nance and armor, shafting ami other na
val purposes, and to provide for heavy
o diram e adapted to modern warfiir .
The first part of the bill provides for
tho establishment of u gun foundry at
Watervliet arterial, West Troy, N. Y.,
for finishing nuns adapted to modern
waf.ue. ami for the manufacturing of
gun carriages and ordinance equipments
and authorizes tho secretary of war to
make contracts witli responsible steel
manufacturers for heavy oidinance
adapted to modern warfare, and appro-
pi iates $■!,<):) I,(DO for the purpose. It
further app op:iates $5,000.000 fertile
construction of fortifications and oilier
woi ks of coast defense. The second toll
p ovides for a naval gun factory at the
Washington navy yard for similar au
thority in reference to the purchase ot
materials, etc. It also appropriates$8,-
000,00). The national senate lias waked
up to the necessity of something
more than mere talk on the war ques
tion. The appropriation .of $21,000,000
for modern ordinance and coast fortifi
cations will convince the foreign pow
ers that tlie government intends to back
its words with effective deeds if neces
The strike of 0,050 Monongahela liver
coal miners is practically settled ami
work resumed in nearly all the mines
in tl.e ti st, second and third poo's
at the rate decided upon by the
Meetings were held by miners in the
various pools, and it was resolved to
accept th* compromise suggested by
the national board. It is expected that
all mines will be in operation next Mon
We are in receipt ol a c >py of Wait*’
liquor bill, a sulntitute for senate bill
No. G). It req'iires a license from the
county to »ell in less quantities than a
gallon except for medicinal, scit-ntifle or
merh.inical purpose« ; license is placed
at $5:)0 per annum ; botoro receiving tini
The United States senate has con
license the applicant shill file a bond in
dimed tile following Oregon appoint-
tho sum of $1 >J0; conditioned that the
merits of Indianagents: B. Coffey at
applicant, during tlie continuarli e of the
the Umatilla agency; J. Wheeler, ut
liconse, will keep a i ord ily house and
the Warm Springs agency; J. B. Me
permit no gambling of any kind aboni
lane at the Grand Homie reservation
premise«: sell liquor to no minor, ha
R. Thompson was confirmed as post
bitual dinnkard or person ¡Rtoxieated ;
master at Albany.
allow no minors about his place, and
not open or permit to be opened his
Tlio supreme judge salary bill was de
place of business on Sunday. Any per
feated in the senate by a vote of four
son applying for a license s'l.ill obtain
teen to sixteen. The temperance vote
tho signatures of a maj i.ity of tlie legal
was cast solid against the bill because ot
voters of the precinct, to a petition to
the determination to submit it with -oth
the county court, praying that said li-
er amendments to a vote of the people
censo bo granted. No petition for a li
it a special election in November.
cense shall bo considered by tlio county
court unless tlio applicant shall produce
proof, by affidavit ot one of the petition-
'ers and two resident householders of tlie
precinct that ho has complied with the
provisions of tho net, an 1 has caused
his petition to be published for four ion
8AM LI.X.ENS, Proprietor.
secutive weeks immediately preceding
The looked for veto of tlie governor
tlio application for his license, in a daily on the bridge bill was read in the senate
and carriage ironing of
or weekly paper of a gme.al circulation Wednesday morning. A few weeks ago Blacksmithing
published in his county; provided, that Governor Pennoyer declared in bis in
if there is no paper published in the
augural address that tlio federal govern
county, the petition is to be posted in
ment bad no light to interfere with cer
three of tli« most public places in the tain legislative rights of the state, and his
And plow work a specialty.
county, Tli ’se are the most important
first veto to the legislature was based
points of the bill.
Penalties are at-
on the objections of the general govern
Also manufacture the
tached for the violation of any part of ment tiirougli government engineers.
the act. As will be seen by reference to The inaugural claimed that when the £i^Celebrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
the bill, in addition to til i $5;)() license, federal couits conflicted witli state
GIVE ME A CALL.
it virtually prohibits gambling of any courts tlie der ision of the state couits
sort in the sulomi or upon th i prem should stand. If that is the case, why
ises, mid coat tins soui'i wholesome n o should the opinion of tlie government
visions against permitting minors to re engineers have precedence over local
main around su-li places. Th? license, engineers? Quito a number of gentle
particularly in citi.es, may n »1 be consid
men around tlie state capital cannot mix
ero I as exhorb.tant, but some of the the two opinions, and do not liesitate to
features will bo regard" I as an effort at I say so. There was no argument in the
local option, not to s.iv prohibiti in. It senate at tiie time tlie message was read,
is hardly to ba assumed th it a majority and it was contented by simply making
of legal voters in many precincts will it a special order for Friday at 10 o'clock.
caro to have their names piitibslied as If any kind of a tight is made for the bill
This Space is For
favoring an extension of tlio saloon if can lie carried over his veto, and its
friends express no doubt about it. Of
course the objections furnished hv tlie
Wo Imvo been asked a number of
governor will receive proper considera
t mes during the l ist few days regarding
Richard A. Jones of Oregon, recently
appointed chief jnstici of Washington
Last week Mr. E. I’. Kogers, of the
territory. *riis following flittering no Oregon & California railroad company
tice of him appears in the evening Tel
received a diepatch from San Francisco
egram of a recent date, v.hii li will prob
to the effect licit another section of the
ably be n.tirfi ctory to nil inquirers: “It. oad on the extension towaid the Oregon
A. Jones, of Portland, who has been ap line had been completed and would be
pointed chi if justice of Washington ttr- thrown open to travel Tuesday, Febru
ritory, camo hero a year ago, ami has ary Sth. The new portion is about fif
been practicing law ever since, part of teen miles in length, and extends from
the time as a member of the firm ot EJgewoid, the present northerq termi
Jones it M irrick. He was a prominent
nus of the Southern Pacific branch, to
member of the Minnesota bar, having Montague. This latter point is opposite
practiced for years at Rochester, in that to and seven miles east of Yreka. On
state, and ho has always taken ail ac and after Tuesday trains will run regu
tive part in politics. During the war larly to Montague, where connections
ho acted with the republican party, but will be made with stages to and from
, soon after the close of the rebellion went Ashland. The stagjng gap before Mon
back to his first love. H i will bo re tague w.is reach id was seventy-live
membered as one of tho speakers at the miles, and now the distance i.s reduced
demonstration for home rule, at Port to something less than sixty miles.
land. last summer. Members of tho bur
of that city speak highly of Mr. Jo-lea’s
Since it is probable that the present
legal attainments ami social qualities.’'
session of the legislature will create the
Probably the service rendered to Ins
ollie > of attorney general, and that, in
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
country which procured him such a lu
r ase they do, it will devolve upon tl.e
crative position was that he helped nom
governor to appoint some one to fill that
inate Cleveland for the presidency.
position until the general election in
Juno, 1888, several names have been
Parties who are urging the purchase
mentioned already in connection with Fare to San Francisco, $32; Sacramento $30.
of ths Oregon City locks by the state
the office. Hon. W. D. Fenton, of Mc
Close connections made at Ashland with
claim that in the present condition it
Minnville, is one. Others are J. M. stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho
leaves the water power of Oregon Citv
Gearin, of Portland, W. M. Ramsey, ol
inn very unfavorable condition. Tin-
Salem, und Lafayette Lane, of Rose
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY’S.)
state has the privilege of purchasing the
East Side Division.
burg, any of whom would fill the office
BETWEEN POItrUNI) and ASHLAND
locks any time within the next six year-
niifl should they at the expiration o:
Portland 8:00 A. M I \shland 4 :(*» A. M
til it time do so it would have the pow
Gambling seems to have as much fad- Ashland .S;45 |>. M .Portland 3.45 P. M
er to condemn any manufacturing in
Albany Express Train.
nation foil Chinamen ns tor whitemen.
dustry using water power that might be
flie other night in Brooklyn, N. Y., in Portland 4:00 P. M.| Lebanon 9:20 P......
established, consequently it is urged
a place known as a Chinese tea store, a
that the state either purchase the lock-
-.quad of the police battered flown the Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars
or relinquish its right t > the water p >w -
doors and captured seventy-four Chinese
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
or to capitalists who can then invest in
who were gambling ami $50,000 in cash. Tin* (). dr C. R. R. Ferry makes Connection
manuhir-tiiring industries with some de
nil the regular trains on the East Side
Three of the prisoners had $7,500 each Division
from fool of F Street.
gree of security.
and two $5,000 each. They came from
The great strike along the river front San Francisco, St. Louis, Chicago, Pitts BETWEEN Went
at New York is slowly coming to and burg. Newark ami Patterson, N. J., for
end. Freight i» beginning to be in »veil the purpose of breaking the bank of the Portland 7:'l0A. M (Corvallis 12:25 P. M.
witli more dispatch. Tho time th it h is gambling hou e of tiro address named Corvallis 1:30 P. M.I Portland 6:15 P.M.
At Corvallis connect with trains of Oregon
elapsed since tl.e 'longshoremen and above.
Pacitk R. R. for Ynquina Bay.
treight handlers quit work lias enabled
W. J. Beatty, supervisor of the insane
the railroad and steamship companies to
Portland 4:50 P. M iMcMinnvilleN:00P.M.
«elect and in some eases train sutficient asylum, li is tendered his resignation. M< Mhrvil’e5:45A.M IPortland 0:00 A. M.
Local tickets for sale and baggage checked
men to keep freight moving steadily This was occasioned by charges of irreg
at company’s lip-town office, corner Pine
along. Besides, many of the old f eight ularities, wh dr we e partially consider uvl bi eond streets. Tickets for principal
handlers and 'longshoremen are coming ed by the state board. The charges are .mints in California can only be procured at
buck to work, not at the places where that ho has been guilty of stealing the
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipment ,
they uro known, but where they ure fund» from attendants. Audit is fur
after five P. M. on either the East or West ,
ther rep > ted that lie has confessed to Side
least likely to be know n.
stealing $102 from attendants. Further
E. P. ROGERS,
G. F. A Pass. Agt.
iuvcstigitions may prove further facts.
New Blacksmith Shop!
The Cheapest Goods
in the World.
A San Francisco fool attempted to
blow up Patti with an infernal machine
\Vedne*dav night. But the thing went
off before he g<»t ready and instead < f
blow ing Patti it blowed up the idiot who
planed it. The only regret is that it did
not kill him.
Tlie San Franei-co coll't< are giving
Goldonaon all the chance in the wo 11
to get clear. Th? commissions to take
testimony in eastern citie», asked l.y ni»
attorney were granted GolJenson pie-
stnted un affidavit that it was i.eevs-n ’.
ju older to prove liis insanity.
M c M innville
lias been removed to Garrison's
building, up stairs. Atten
tion is invited to this
(SUCCESSOR TO A. M. TAGGART,)
FINE TAILORING A SPECIALTY.
Good Fit (J
AEcM i ni ivi Ilo
-----WILL BE HELD-----
M c M innville
S tore ,
—Carrie» a Completa Stock »f_
List of Prizes
There will be prizes given on the follow
ing tianu*<l exhibits:
First and second prizes for best and sec
ond best exhibit of Kensington painting
First and second prizes for best and sec
ond best exhibit of Kensington embroidery
First and second pri .es for best and sec
ond best exhibit of outline work, by a child
under 14 years of age
First and second prizes for best and sec
ond best exhibitor work of any kind by
i boy under 14 years of iige
Eirst and second prizes for best and sec
find best exhibit of crayon work
Theye ’.’. ill be a prize given to the heaviest
and lightest baby; also, 1 to the prettiest
•jtLj undei one year of age.
Furniture and Undertakers’Goods.
notice to taxpayers .
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Us that the tax books of Yamhill
County for the yaar 1880, are now in my
hands for collection, ami that mvself or de
puty will visit the various precincts of said
county as follows, between the hours of 10
o’clock a. ni. aud 4 o'clock p. m. :
West < hehaiem
< 'arter's store)
North McMinnville Saturday
South McMinnville Monday
Tuesday February 1
All persons are requested to be present nt
said appointments and settle their luxes,
or pay the same to me at my office by the
first of April, as required by* law. I? not
then paid we will be necessitated to follow
the constructions of the law.
T. J. HARRIS,
Sheriff and Tax Collector. ,
---- Sole Agent for the Celebrated-----
Broadhead Dress Goods.
An Assortment of these Popular Goods
In all the Latest Novelties, New and Desirable Colorings, Just Receivid.
PLEASE CALL AND
What we Guarantee for tho Dress Goods of our Manufactur»:
You want anything in the line of
Call nt the office of the WEST
SIDE TELEPHONE. IVe
will guarantee you
To bo made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with the latest and mwi
approved machinery, and to be the cheapest goods in the market when service a
Are .so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp weather or a shower, wili
out fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking.
The manufacturing, dyeing and finishing is don« in such a manner, that Ihagoodi
can be washed if desired, without the least injury ts th« fahri«.
Our goods are wool dyed, and the colors are as fast as the purest dyes and jreitsJ
care and skill can make them.
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 thecasawilba
large class of goods in the market, but which disappears after a few days’ service.
As manufacturers we have taken great pains to supply an article in every way re
liable, and unsurpassed by similar good5«, either foreign or domestic, and would re?pwu
fully ask an examination of the various styles and shades to be found on sale by nw-
chants who are agents for the goods.
All goods of our manufacture should bear the name and trade mark of
Broadhead Worsted Mills, Jamestown, N. Y.
Lower Prices Groceries and Provisions.
Than any other printing house
in this county.
We make a specialty ol Fine
Book and Card Printing. McMinnville Baths!
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
—A full line of—
Always on hand from which to select.
Shaving, Hair Culling and- - - -
- - - - Shampoing Tailors
Ladies’ and Children's Work
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
—Have Just Added—
Itói & M tetas,
Ha’been thoroughly renovated and is now
ready to receive gram.
Henderson Bros. Props.
Everything new andin First-ClassOrdr
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Livery and Feed stable !!
R. McKUNE, P rom .
Transient Slock Well Cared For!
Teams and outfits furnished parties vi«F
to go to the coast, at reasonable r»tex
Give me a Call *
¡Veslnrta Saw Mills,
McMinnville Sash and dour Fallen
—Dealers in -
Work XWivered Promptly
Third Street, between E and F.
The Finest Line of Cigars
In the City. Try Them.
Storace and Cleaning. 3 cents Calcutta
ÄTXantly°n “-land soid atti’
I would most respectfully announce that
I have based the Chris Newby Flouring
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
Farmer« are respectfully invited to call
overhauled and repaired it. ami am now
an<i see us,
readv to do grinding for toll orcash.
Come and see me.
Highest Market Price Paid For Wheat.
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
Its facilitie. for thorough practical I In-
«>. A. VF.ltsTF.EO.
•fruition: nctnnl business depnrtnient
Comrlin. .1. Mn phv, thè bus' an 1 of «¡•ccialty where currency, hank checks.
'X.y rx w XX OC the good thine« ot this
t»\r c> v»’1 ».
Elixir is the only
M ». Matilda M’i phv, lui« »ned thè Ore- traits, etc., are used.
life are sorrowfully let
»S.V\ T» Blood Heniedy guaran
roninn for $5ì,000 (or lilud. in un item
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker’s teed. It Is a positive cure for Ulcers. Erup
Dyspep-ia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, tions or Sy philitie Poisoning. It purifies the
Also teaches Shorthand.
up n hi« nppoiniment a» a d iv rn’i ci tar
Indlsrstion and Constipation; sold on a whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
of thè : .in Fiancisco < listoni house. The
Up Stairs. Garrison's Building.
posi'.ive guarantee at 25 ami 50 cents, by t and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
foals ore noi all daad vet.
G. R. IIIUGIN'4 Principal.
G. W. Burt, Druggist.
Geo. W Burt. Druggist.
First-class accommodations for Connut*
cial men and general travel.
Transient stock well cared for.
Prices Io Suit Hie Times.
White and Red Lead,
Linseed and Lubricating Oils,
Varnishes of all Description,
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
P. dr B. and Princess Metalit
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochi».
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
JONES & Co
th« Children. They»»*
? , . U, V pecially Hable to
Cold«, Coughs, Croup, Whoopin
»' e guarantee AckaUi
hetnedy a positive cure,
'ours of anxious watching.
W. Burt Dnrstfw.
Ree in I
flee of D
anil in ti
•hied at i
will he re
ing the la?
W to wit
Polled to g
<io say that
lnk we can
to nur peopl
’onld he he
r«in it tnrne
as though it
bom bis pap
*’* white st
"om the firsi
me farmer w
•here he can