The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, February 15, 1887, Image 2

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    s WEST SIÒE TELEPHONE.
M c M innville , T uesday F.: b .
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THE COUNTV SEAT QUESTION.
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Th ■ leitto Intor-Moiiiitain, which is
:>'jt plea-clover tlio tieitinent oi the
teni’.oii-'s l.y the deim.i':atic president,
Third Street, between E and F.
| thus welcomes Ilia new appointee:
‘Governor Leslie has arrived in Helena
McMinnville, Oregon.
from his Kentucky home. As a tourist,
i-!«
as an intending investor, as a miner, a»
i settler, or as a visitor in any other
private capacity, the people of Montana
First‘ lu ■ . < comiuodations for Commer­
would extend him a generous welcome; cial ntv'U and general travel.
but inasmticli as he comes to rule over
Transient stock well cared for.
l(> l,D'K) p< op!" who Lave been allowed
Everything new and In First-Class Order
I , have no voice in his selection, he
Patronage respectfully solicited.
Ill
may as well be informed that what bos-
pilal'ty he may receive will lie extended
•vith mental reservations. To the curse
of earpotbagism is attributed every evil
bat aiilh ti the south. Yet tlm southern
AMITY, OREGCM.
politicians arc ever icady to subject the
territories to the s.uno indignities as
LIKENS, Proprietor.
they charge against tlie northern carpet-
baggeis. Governor Leslie is a con­ Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
spicuous illustration of this inconsisten­
every description.
cy and while tlie luter-Mouiitain isin-
-pire I bv no ill will towards th s gover­
Ilcrso
nor per-onaliy, it takes this occasion to
And plow work a specialty.
let him know that in the estimation oi
ili:-people of Montana, bis nomination
is regarded, as an outrage, and that his
Also manufactura the
eftis.il oi the office would h ivo been ex­
ceedingly creditable to his good taste.”
’is?”Celebrated Oregon Iren Harrow,
It goes without saying that the bill
I which lias been pending before the p.e--
( ent session of the leg tlatnie, a-king that
I body to grant to tho citizens of thi»
I county the right to vote upon the qncs-
| tioil of relocating the county seat, was
I bv far tlie most important n< t of tlie
t session, in the eyei of our people. It
I has long been the desire ot a majority
I of Yamhill county's citizens to vote up­
on this question and iiiimeionsattempts
have been made before to secure the
right, but without sm ecss. Now that
the bill has passed both houses, and on­
ly awaits the signature of tlie governor
to become a law, it seemsjhat the mat
I
ter will he definitely settled at last. The
voters of this county petitioned the leg­
islature to grant tliein tlie right to vole
upon this question; at a special election
in June, but a« a bill bad already passed
that honorable body, causing a special
election to be held in November to vote
upon other important measures, the
county seat bill wasamemled in the s -n
No official act of any governor of Ore­
ate so as to read November instead of
Juno. In this ammemlment we think gon lias ever created in Portland such
the people of the county will concur. indignation as was expressed by people
As the election to be held in Noveinbei in every ci.de of society over Gov. l’en-
will be a slate election, it will riot noyer’s veto of the bill allowing tlio O.
cost Yamhill county any additional ex­ I.. & N. company to bridge the Willam­
After three
pense to vote upon the re location of tlie ette liver at that place.
county seat. There can be no other ad years of inaction ll.e railload company
Vantage given in the change. The coun­ are anxious to give the commercial in-
ty seat question has long been the cause t -re-ts the ucccmmodalioii of terminal
of dissoi s on in political parties ami lias facilities—freight and passengi rs—on
been used by s.liemi.ig politicians to this side of the liver; to save long and
further their individual interests. Tlie tedious wagon hauls of freight up and
question is not a political one, and the down steep inclines and across the river;
settlement of it in a peaceable, amicable to allow passengers to seat themselves
manner will be bailed with favor by Hi" in ears in tlio city and bo carried east
instead of a long and inconvenient ferry
people.
Much has been said with reference to transfer; to btl Id a bridge, a passenger
how the Yamhill delegation would vote depot and a freight depot and to expend
on the bill in the legislature.
We are two or three million dollars. If the bill
pleased to say the bill as passed was should fail through tlie governor’s veto
supported by the entire delegation from and an indignation in?eting were called,
Yamhill, ami was supported by both po­ i day’s notice would suflieo to fill the
litical parties, the vote being unanimous Mechanics* pavilion with citizens eager
to express approval of the bridge meas­
in both branches.
That McMinnville wants th« county ure and di-approval of the governor’s
seat everyone knows. We are a thriv­ eourse-
ing, growing city, the metropolis of the
Sotne time last spring when tho sher­
county, are centrally located, easy of ac­
cess by the most remote inhabitant of iff altempled to collect the tax fiom the
the county. We have colleges, schools, nariow gauge railway company, pay­
chinches, etc., in fact every tiling neces­ ment was refused, the officers of the
sary to maku a great city. TJio county company claiming that the railroad was
is badly in need of new buildings, and leased to the O. ¡{. & N. Co., and that
new ones will have to be built. The ex­ the sheriff must look to them for the
pense can be little or no gieater if the taxes. The shops at Woodburn Were
■county seat is removed than if it re­ attached for tho amount, which was
1402.80, and the matter was thrown in­
mains wlie e it is. There may be o he,
towns in the county ambitious to obtain to the United States comt, the compa­
the prize, but. wo believe it is generally ny having in the meantime scented ll.e
conceded that the two most important telease of the shops by giving a bond
participants in ll.e fight w ill bo McMinn­ for tlie amount. Tile matter dragged
ville and Lafayette. I.et us avoid all along in the court until the other day,
spiteful flings ami peis .n ilitie«.
Mc­ when Jtidgo Deady doeiiled that the O.
Minnville has no ill will against any it. & N. company was responsible for
hamlet, village or city, hut is willing b the amount, and issued an miler that
submit the question to tlm ieg.il voter they pay it. Manon county lias settled
of the county. Il is a long time yet be­ the question as to who is responsible for
fore the matter comes to a vote, but tlie nariow gauge company’s taxes, and
when it does come let us all abide, w itli- the way for collection of them is made
out a murmur, by the decision of the plain to other counties.—Statesman.
majority of the legal voters o'f Yamhill
county.
There aoeins to he consideriiblediss.it-
isfuction among tlie Knights of Laboi
men in the east. At New Ymk the oth­
er day, and o:der whs .issued, calling
on engineers employed on steamships
and railroad piers to go mi a strike. A
visit to the docks the next morning laii
ed to discover a single instance wlie i
Btutionaiy engineers lia l qn t wo k. A
visit to the breweries showed that nil
etnyloyev were at work, and the men
stated that they had positively refused
to obey.the order to stop work nnd join
the army of strikers.
John Davenport, a count«!' feiter, who
was arrested in Woodburn a few day«
-.nee, wa« airaigned in the U. S. district
ouit on Thursday. He pleaded guilty,
and said in extenuation that he was
physically weak, ami unable to find
wo.k winch lie could do. He acknowl-
■dged he made the money which he had
i issed, and said be had no confederate».
Judge Ready, in passing sentence, said
it uus better tor the state and the pris­
oner both that he should he in the pen­
itentiary, iyid gave him three years in
th.>t in. titntion.
The body of an old man called Frank
was found Sunday morning at Jackson­
ville, Oiegon, just outside the flouring
mills’ hog pen. When found several
head of hogs were feeding oil' the body
md it was in a tenibly mutilated condi-
•on. It is supposed he w as on bis way
ionic Friday evening, and after passing
through the pate dropped dead. The
.u e, oil" ni in an I both bands and part
of the legs were eaten off. Ho Was an
old miner, about “0 years of age.
Another di lii't-know-it-wa-i-load ' i-
fool, has been turned up, this time in
Albina. His nalne is K. N. James, and
he pointed a gun at Mrs. Mary Newton,
nil aged indy of Albina, which went ofl
killing her almost instantly. Ol al! -tn
pid criminals, tlm man who points a gun
without knowing that it is loaded is th
least deserving of sympathy. Til
wretched business lias cost another life,
lint there st eins at present no law suf
Germany, according to a dispatch from
liciently severe to reach rih .1 i cases,
But lin, has asked Franco fora formal
common as they have become.
declaiation of neutrality in the event of
The strike among the Ircight handlers war in the oast. In London the state­
along the river front of New York, did ment is partly confirmed. The commu­
nication, however, is inofficial, and is
not turn out very satisfactorily to the
put
in the wav of a suggestion leading
strikers. New mon were employe I and
promised permanent situations. Now up to a friendly understanding between
the strikers wish to return to wo k— France and Germany. The whole situ­
ation now points to the east as probably
and have returned where they wore re­
the lit st, scene of waHike operations.
ceived—but in most instances tliev were
refused work, as the new men give satis­
The etrprt oi the inter-state commerce
faction.
Bill has not been so disastrous on stocks
.is has been predirted. A St. Louis pa-
A lady quail crunk Ims turned np in
Missouri, and has accomplished the feat P< t Ims been inve titfatint* the reMilt«
c.pon «eve a! of the lines most likely to
of eating thirty quail in thirty consecu­
et’eru <L ami finds the tendency to be
tive days, and is still on the t ack. In
even
upward» after the president had
connection with the daily quail menu, it
may he said that the lady laitli dressed ■tinned ti e I i I, although tlie movement
of some of ihem, in tho two or thee
and cooked tlm birds herself. The con­
lays previous, had b« ou downward.
sideration tor this heretofore difficult
undertaking was a silk dress.
Mil higan was visit.-d bv a great
-torm last week, ami consideiable loss
Both bodies of til" lezisl.ltnre pi-is. ,1 a as sq-d lined by tl'iods. At l.vons
the
the Portland bridge bill over the ovei
waler we.s ¡on- ie-t deep in most of the
nota veto by large in ij > iiic . I ho ecu
rèwdenet'.s and business houses.
ersi opinion is Hint the gove nnr actio,
wholly upon belll«h r<>>m in vetoir.,
tlie bill.
OTHO WILLIAMS,
Seventh Annual
(SUCCESSOR TO A. M. TAGGART,)
HRIIEVS FAIR ! MERCHANT TAILOR
Props.
Henderson Eros.
—OF THE—
FINE TAILORING A SPECIALTY
F. D.
McMinnville
WILL BE HELD-----
Oregon.
M c M innville
23,24,
SAM
S tore ,
-AT THE—
I. II. BINGHAM,
Prop.,
Shoeing
¡U
Furniture and Undertakers’Goods.
— And -
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
I )el ivered I^rcc !
XT <)TICE
IS hereby given
a NI that the tax books of Yamhill
County for the yoar ISSff, are now in my
hurals for collection, and that myself or de­
puty will visit the various precincts of said
county as follows, between the hours of 10
o’clock a. m. aud 4 o'clock p. m.:
Monday
J.
Dundee
East Chehalem
Tuesday
( Newberg)
West Chehalem
2 g
Wednesday
('arter’s store)
North Yamhiii
Thursday
27
(Runnels’)
Carlton
Fridav
28
North McMinnville Saturday
29
South McMinnville Monday
31
Bellevue
Tuesday T
February 1
Wednesday
2
Willamina
Sheridan
Thursday
3
Amity
Friday
4
(Simpson’s)
5
Wheatland
Saturday
Dayton
Monday
7
Lafayette
Tuesday
S
All persons are requested to be present at
said appointments and nettle tneir luxes,
or pay tlie -nine to no. at my office bv tlie
first of April, as required by law. If not
then paid we will lie necessitated to follow
the constructions of the law.
T. J. HARRIS,
6it4
Sheriff and Tax Collector.
Prescription Druggist.
50tf
—Dealers in all kinds of—
FT otlt ancl Feed
—Goods sold at—
Tho Lowest Cash Price
febltf To any part of the city.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
is
hereby
given
X -OTICE
tlnir die undersigned executor of the
la-t will ui.d t' siument of Simon Albe de­
ceased has filed with the county court of
Yuniliill county, Oregon, Ills final account
as such executor, and that the court has
appointed Tuesday. March Sth, A 1» 1SS7.
at 1 o’clock p. in as the time for hearing
the same
C W TALMAGE,
Exeeuti r
McMinnville, Or , Feb 1st 18S7
68w4.
—Proprietors of—
Kestntca Saw Kills,
'•¿d’juniiia Sash and iair Factory.
—Dealers in -
White and Red Lead,
Linseed and Lubricating Oils,
Varnishes of all Description,
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
Paris Whiting
P. ifc B. and Princess Metalie
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre,
and Hardware
lion
■ lit!
I' i-’
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for
)fe1
You want anything in the line of
JONES à Co.
GEO. W. BURT,
Sam
rich
llbcil
lople
■V.
A. J. APPERSON,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
GENERAL A1 IG IKISCVTSTCISE.
I3roaclli(?ad I )ress Goods.
Call .it the office of the WEST
SIDE TELEPMQNE. Y,e
will guarantee you
Lower Prices
Adì
Tuan any other printing house
in this soanty.
• •
In all the Latest Novelties, New and Desirable Colorings, Just Received.
PLEASE CALL AND
We make a specialty ol Fine
—Dealers in—
And Connections.
Fare to San Francisco, $32; Sacramento $30.
Groceries and Provisions.
Prices to Suit the Times.
HUSSEY’S
OLD
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C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
—A full line of—
Letter Heads,
Note Heads,
Bill Heads,
Statements,
Cards, Etc
Shaving, Hair Cntling and-----
----- Shampoing Parlors
Ladies’ and Children’s Work
-A SPECIALTY.—
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
—Have Just Added—
The Finest Line of Cigars
In the City. Trv Them.
Always, on hand from which to select.
M c M innville
Fast Shle Division.
BETWKKN 1'OICTI.AND »nd ARIILAMt.
Mail Train.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland 8:00 A. M.¡Ashland
Ashland .K;45 P. M ¡Portland
4:00 A.M.
3.45 P.M.
Albany El press Train.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland 4:00 P. M ILeb.anon 9:20”. JJ.
Lebanon .4:45 A. M IPortlaiid 10:05A. M.
Pullman
Palace Sleeping Cars
D.-iilv between Portland and A,bland.
The 0. AC. R. 1!. Ferrv make, connection
with all the regular trains on the East Sid»
Division from fool of F Street.
West Side Illvislo«.
....
BETWEEN I'OltTEANI, * CORVALLIS-
Mall Train.
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland 7:30 A. M.ICorvalli, 12:25 P. J’-
Corvallis 1:3) P. M. I Portland 6:liP"
At Corvallis connect w ith trains of Orcgi'n
Pacific R. K. for Yaqiiinn Bay.
Express Train.
LEAVE.
ABB,Tt-„nU
Portland 4:50 P. M IMcMlnnvilleSflO”-Jj-
MeMln’villcS:45A.M.¡Portland 9:00
lawnl tickets for sale anil baggage
'
at cninpanv's lip-town Office, corner 1 in
and Second streets. Tickets for pr>n«T“
points in California can only be procure«
company’s office.
.
Corner F and Front St,.. Tertian«. <,r'
BUSINESS COLLEGE!! Work Delivered Promptly
Hiu boon removed to Garrison’»
building, un stairs. Atten­
tion is invited to this
Also teaches Shorthand.
Up Stairs, Garrison’s Building.
jnUtf
G. IL HDÎG1NS.
—Ami-
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
McMinnville, Oregon.
Ha, been thoroiighlv renovated and is non
ready to receive grain.
F'nr.ii.-e nnd Cleaning. 3 cent,. Calcutta
¡mveítTXs'"'' ü" l,and and ’0''' •“£
Triec Paid
.F. A. VF.nSTF.FG.
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
always have
Acker’s JU by i\\ A and reliable Medicine.’ are the best W \\O\V
Soother at Laud.
It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infanUledisorders. It contains no O/ri'im
er
■'••''..i.e, but gives the child t ninr;l
eats J ..» jMi'n. Trice 25 cents. Sold by
Geo. )V. Burt, druggist.
i
Freight will not be received for ehipn't
after five I’. M. on either the East or "e
Side Divisions.
K. P. ROGERS.
R. KOEHLER.
G. F. A l’a” 'P-
Manager.
MILLINERY!
AI illiiiLr Done!
I would most respectfully announce that
fw Wheat.
I have leased the < hri- Newby Flouring Highest Market
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
overhauled ami repaired it. and am now «nda™£. arc rv’fH'l tfu"y invited to call
ready to do grinding for toll or cash.
Come and see me.
INm.l
Av
IXV
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho
Stage Company.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
STAND.
cni°y y°ar dinner
V’WV tocJcpcndnpon. Acker’« Blood El­
Z •>
and aro prevented by D vb -
ixir has been prescribe d for years for all im-
A-CltCrt 1?5?Pcrsi* Table'tx
pnriticsef t he Blood. In every formof Scrof- 1 hey aro a ToeiUv. cure for Dyspen.-a, ]n.
tilons, FyphiHtiecrMcrcurialdiseaica, it is digct.icn, I.atuh-ncy and Const ip.-'¡on.
invaluable, l’crllheumatism, Las nto equal. Vio guarantee them.
and W cutts.
G.o W. Burt, druggist.
Geo. M Burt, druggist.
paiòli
Lr-1 and
Lafayette
I Rebeka
keiing,
February
I Some ol
lie fl renn
ibition ir
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Mliqi
■ Iiyoii
Bici-i ph
■'.-r
J . Oregon & California R. R.
Book and Card Printing. McMinnville Baths!
Crayon anù Portrait Work a Specialty
I We ael
Hiss Ida
ht no«'
EXAMINE.
To be made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with the latest and ni»it
approver machinery, and to be the cheapest goods in the market when tervice ii
considered.
Arc so thoroughly finished that they can he worn in damp weather er a shower, with­
out fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking.
The manufacturing, dyeing ami finishing is done in such a manner, that the goeO
can be washed if desired, without the least injury te the fabrie.
Our goods arc wool dyed, and the colors are as fast as the purest dyes and freateit
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 the case with a
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 goods, either foreign or domestic, and would respect­
fully ask an examination of the various styles and shades to be found on sale by mer­
chants who are agents for the goods.
____ ,_____
1N facilities for thorough practical in­
struction; actual businc** department a
Hi’» . inltv where currency, bank check*.
• Irait*, etc., are usctl.
Mrs. V
indent'
¡tacks o
An Assortment of these Popular Goods
VIA
SCHOOL,
llave ;
r.in.i in
nd try
----- Hole Agent for the Celebrated-----
This Space is For
>»!-MXESH
I W p nr
ks beer
I incili!
------- AND-------
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Fhe Cheapest Goods
in the World.
■Th"
Isidem
le nin¡!
|('. Bri
led tea
Lnd.
----- HEADQUARTERS FOR-----
Broadhead Worsted Mills. Jamestown, N. Y.
—WHO SELL
|"IÍO
rUr i
All goods of our manufacture should bear the name and trade mark of
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It cit;
What v/o Guarantee for the Dress Goods of Bur Manufacture
Prices as Low as th* Lowest.
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- Carrie» * Complete Stock ef—
List of Prizes:
There will be prizes given on the follow­
ing named exhibits:
First ami second prizes for best and sec­
ond best exhibit of Kensington painting
First and second prizes tor best and sec­
ond best exhibit of Kensington embroidery.
First and second prizes for best and sec­
ond best exhibit of outline work, by a child
under 14 rears of age
First and second prizes for best and sec­
ond best exhibit of work of any kind by
a boy under 14 years of age
First and second prizes for best and sec­
ond Lest exhibit of crayon work
There will be a prize given to the heaviest
and lightest baby; also. 1 to the prettiest
baby undei one year of age.
GIVE ME A CALL.
’n
—A Full Line of—
Fancy Millinery!
—At tlie Millinery Parlor» of—
M i^s r. i i iiu?»
HATS AT HALF PRICE.
H The
KI hiit I i el"
Bl'1'1 lions
Billing the
■ J"hn
■rtk iv to
Br m H t.-
Brocnd.
I Don’t le
B'ltaiiilin« .1
Be<‘<l all I
Bl'lt We h.;'
I Mr. and .
Bjbo tenth
■Kit n rd a v.
W">1 in and
I Friday n
■mhlie ,e|n
■o'dli ladv a
fro 1 were
■rises.
I Mrs. Tag
■ lion ,ome t
«ent's hospi
frieJ at the I
F- Utli ins
I The sal,, i
F1’-. of the
F»tnrday.
■fold very c
■ brought a g<
I Found—a
IMh Yam
I’onthwi'st of
►ffi'-e. Tiie <i
►»Hing at th
pOl paying f.
I Mrs. Ilenr
l«'F, who ha
I "]Ot,th,, r(q
P'e are infori
|»’">perty in C
Iplates makin
jm . M i - pi ,
man si
•nd that a pe
fer »¡th pili
p«‘lc to t|,e„
«•of Dr. Joi
,,Ki> k like a
advertis,
•n,1 after t|,e
*'!l be rente,,
'"i thereof, r
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gening «¡th,
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for the
M ,«es Eva C
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«n-grove and