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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1887)
'.'x.’i.'.i.E. F iupay .J.
NOTES ANI> NEWS.
W. A. Wheeler, ex-vice president of
1 >, ISS”. 'die United S ates w as bn ied at Malone
X. Y. Tuesday.
Ti • .••<.nin»nren>rnt exarei-u« at the
- »'.! : ■ th.« we.-k have hei n very sliinly
:i - rl ■ I l v the p ople living ill the
j .1 v.
• ■il;.' du. mg the day exeiciaex.
,,a i. rmt light. Several excellent
Kpa.Aer^ (join a distance have been
ail d.diveted pointed and elo
quent mil es* 's which would have been
a tr .it. to our business men ami citizens
h i.| they been present ami bearti them.
.1 II i.:.'
>1 I, ol 1’iotl.md, delivered an
ex,.pl.Less, Tuesday moiningbitt
t.i • alt.-n 'lem e «a» veiy smaii. These
thin..--sh i li 1 be w -Il attende.I by all
1: m-a like .Jjlgi Stott can
spue the li ne and means to come It
ten city and talk to our | copie, smell
toe', can sp ire the lime to go and heat
t ieni. ,Su-li negicct gives out tl.e im
pressimi th.lt »'s are a selfish communi
ty, and cam only lor our own interests
i teli of ability will not care Incoine lien
and nd-avor to elevate and enlighten
o ir young men and « omen nnle.-s the
older ones show mure app eciation ol
tiieii- dibits. I.i't Us give a better at
tendance in the iiitme.
T.i > a u I''. < • i : ’ *. g ''1 ! al m inuger ol
tii • Noi'thi"n I'aeillc railroad, b is creai
« i so n ! excitement in iaiir i.i l ci der
by a I I.easing a commit: i al ion Io lh<
bud nt lailunid commissioneis of th
state, cl i.mi ig th it it lied no ju isdictioi
ove, his I ii.u, and tlniy co ild not die
tat-..' U nit rates he should ill .ke. Tin
ground Im lakes is that the road wa-
inn. po iitid by m t of congress slid i
Mil j cl only to federal dictation. If the
positi in tai; a by .'dr. Oak-.s is coriect.
tlm iadru.i l commissioners of tl.egon
will be in no better position than then
brother commissioner in Michigan. Mr.
Oakes’ move will be watched with great
interest and the decision of the Michi-
g in cii.miuis ione s will doubtless finally
come before the inter state commission
ers by way ol appeal, so that a precedent
fur the guidance of commissioners in
other states, will be uui boi iti veiy estab
A French colony is said to have pur
chased a large tract of land in Sonora,
Mexico, with tlm intention of settling
In the thin) trial tlm jury found Geo.
11 .Miller guilty of murder in the flrat
degree of J. Manning Coleman and Wil
bur Potter, at Seattle.
San l'raneiseo will
Fourth of J uly, owing
of tlie.National Gu*'d
campment out of tlm
not celebrate the
to the intention
to hold its en
< ity dining that
A cloud burst in Ohio tlm other day,
lloodiij the village of Grafton, washed
out a culvert in tlm railroad, making a
gapsixty feet wide, and tore out a
-nidge letting a freight train down,
wrecking seventeen cars.
Major Murry, of the nr.ny, g ring un-
d the assumed name of Victor Moret,
"living only a nickel in his pocket, errm-
riitte I suicide at the Brooklyn hotel in
■foil Francisco Mond iv mo'trng, by tak
ing laudanum. He left his nickel and
look the laudanum line for the other
Yesterday tlm town marshall of More-
Im rd. Rowan conntv.Ke llncky. attempt
, <1 toanesi Jack and William L rgan at
their house. As Im entered the lion»
ie was shot bv tlmtn and fatally wound
'd. The the was returned bv two men
who were with the marshail, which kill
'd both the Logan troys.
McKinnvillo Lost Another
Ei>. T elephone :
1) eak Silt:—Last week I arrived
in McMinnville fully prepared to
open a Drug Store in vourenterpris
ing city, but after looking the Held
over, I was convinced that it would
be suicidal for me to embark in
trade where there is a buiness house,
so disgustingly aggressive and so
lost to the interests of other houses
as one you have located in your
city. It is with surprise and
chagrin that I notice that this par
ticular house is steadily increasing
its number of customers day after
day, by employing methods that
would make it very uncomfortable
for me, if I were in busiuess here.
Just as it now does for competing
establishments who are striving to
combat the evil. I refer to G eo .
\V. Bi ur the P rescription D rpo -
hst who is selling drugs, medi
cines, paints, oils, stationery etc.
it such exceedingly low ¡»rices
¿hat I decided this is no place for
me, and the other fellows may as
well jiull out. too.
Yours in Sorrow,
If. I. I’llIi E.
Th.i in iroasn of duties on iron and
steel imposed by Cana In is pronounced
by th" London .Standard to be a sellisli
policy and can only tend to sunder the
colonies from tlm mother country. The
Just Across the Yamhill River.
im:r ease w. * made, it says, on the hol
low pr.'lens ■ ol a desire to check the ■iitotl for walling wells or building founda
rapid ine.easo of tr.i l.i wiil: the United
tions, and are offered for sale at the
States in our favor. \Vn decline the
oiler with th inks. We d > not w.i"t out
trad ' fostered ..t the expense of on,
neighbor, even if it could iie done, but it
Aon is I lie Clianre to buy.
cannot be done in that way. It is tile
interest of i'an.id i t > foster trade will,
tlm United States by every means in its
power, l'ree trade is on the Canada /
First class brick
side largely, mid will b.i in spite of the p )().()()( I for sale at Savior’s
jiinl ' Will
insane tarili’ of tlm United States, am
•< >old from $4 to $(J per thousand
tlm larger the trade with the Uniteti parties wishing to buy ¡»rick, will have to
States is tlm richer will tlm Canadian
J NO J. SAX
pc, de b ce mi.' .in 1 in t.o b.iiness will
they do with other countries.
J, HAMNETT’S YARD,
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!
Tlm memboi-s ot railtoad commission,
II. II. Welch having moved ir.to
lie mip.ime.l by Clerk Hell, me nt Ash
land, investigating the charge of nnfiiit- Frand Collard’s former quarters on
n ■■ a of r ites against the O. & ('. The Third street, and having taken
commission will visit Hosebmg ami Austen Dee into partnership ; they
Grm.t’s 1‘ass, and then return to Benton having fitted up and renewed their
comity, for the purpose of inspecting th
bridges on tlm O. I*., some of which ar.
repo, te l*to be in a dangerous condition md opened a fine new stock of
for bailie in winter li me. Tlm commis fresh
sion will return to Salem Sid ui day and
NUTS, CANDIES, CIGARS, CIGAR
hold a meeting.
ETTES AND TOBACCO.
Pautbcr Creek Cedar Camp,
Mon lay was a fair d iv for taking off
the heads of treasury clerks in tlm de
partment at Washington. Several lost
their places, among them one, Edward
F. French, who hail been chief of the
division in the second comptroller's
oltii-e, and had seen forty-one year's
service. Political necessity wanted his
I lace for somebody else.
Hoos.er Puree Feed Seedersand Drill,
with triKf axle ami wi.le tii...
ami serviceable farm
As fine a stock of Mill Most eilvrtive
Hi»osn:i: ki xxei : press ¡» rho .
implement in use
imprirvei! ami I mm wler in n-,.
inery goods as was
SA KE Ob' 1 SOOTS AX J ) SHOES,
For the next Sixty Days at the old reliable Pioneer Boot and SI woe S Lire,
sign of the Big Ikw»t, opposite the Grunge Siore
The subscriber hereby announces to the citizens of McMinnveKle am! vicinity cheabwe
Cosiir and sec fur Yourself.
A career in the Boot ami Shoe line for flic past eighteen vextrs in this city
lishe«l a business character for competency ami integrity, wibil a minure knowfedgp (»f
the loc.il «lemamls favors him in the wboh'sale market nmll
him to undersell
houses in the same line that ar«? m*t possessed of «*»111111. ml vantage.*-. Moreover. I k * pro
poses, in th«* protlcred sal»*, to »livide the margins with tire riist»»nier for the specified
rime The public will please call ami examine. No trouble to »how goods.
P. F. BROWNE-
"YXciyxlY triflo with any Tliroat or
V Lung Disease. If you have
a Cough or Cold, or the children ere
threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough,
use Acker’s English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,
and we guarantee it. Trice 10 »nd 50c
fehltf To any part of tint city
G. E. DETMERING.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
----- Sole Agent for the Celebrated-----
Oregon & California R. R.
Dvoadliead Dress Goods.
Fare from Portland to San Francisco, $32
In the City.
An Assortment of these Popular Goods
In all the Latest Novelties, New and Desirable Colorings, Just Received..
Close conneelions made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon ami Idaho
CALL AND EXAMINE.
What we Guarantee for the Dress Goods of our Manufacture:
Only 30 Miles Staging,
rorlliiiid and Nan Franeiseo,
Culiforni i Express trains run rluilv
You want anything in the line of
BK1M EMN 1’OliTl.AND nn<l ASHI.AXIl.
i’ortlaml I :oo p. M.IAsldand .
\shland. ..¿5:00 P. M.¡Portland 10.io P. M. !
Local I'asscngvr Daily, Except. Sunday. 1
We make a specialty oi Fine
THE PROVINCIAL PRIZE HCRSE.
’E OF VALFABLE PKoPEIl
ty consisting of ¿51n»*rrs one mil»*
Frost, who lias been act
ing ns treasurer of tlm Hope mine, in WHVK!
Butte, Montan i, has lieen accused by
the mine owner, Manager Haskell, of
Xorwhich, Conn., with embezzling the
GALLOWAY & GOUCHER. Props.
funds, Bov. Frost
is a prominent
This warehou«o is being thoroughly reno
preacher in the Baptist denomination.
vated and overhauled, ami new nc»'o|ii-
nmdntions are living athletl.
Haskell undoubtedly bur killed Ins in
fr»»m North Yamhill. Oregon This piece »»f
laml will l»<* sold cheap on easy terms The
property has a goo»l house and out build
ing»«. two good wells, a tirst-clas.« brick yard,
a g»MM| young orchard and small fruit of all
kinds \\ ill also sell a gooil butcher shop
in North Yamhill For further particulars
J L CASTI.E.
North Yamhill. Oregon
James G. Blaine wife and daughters
Direct Shipments to San Francisco.
iled from Southampton vesterdav
None l>iit stiimliinl Cnlcntta Sacks kept
orning on the steamer Ems. The
iin»l let on the most reasonable terms.
i'ini“t Atlantic, with Win. O'Brian
(tarsi Height, l air Ikaliig.
>oard, nlso sailed yesterday morning.
is warranted, is because it is the best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Remember, wo guarantee it.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
iiii'licst Caxli Prices Paid for Gr.iin.
Call and See Ts.
The Lowest Cash Price
Will stand the ensuing season. commenc
ing Vpril 1st, and ending July .»1st. nt
in the old Mill vard, everv
T^hird Street. McMinnville, Or
Single» service, $10, payable at time of aer-
v ice; to insure. $15. payable when man* is
known to be witn foal or when parte»I with
or removed from the county All car»' will
taken to prevent ac» id»*nts. but no re
Harness. Saddles, Etc,
sponsibility will l»e assumed
Kepairing neatly »lone at reasonable
Will fin»l |»e»ligree on bills posted through
out the county
J M. Hl’LF.IlY,
Wright’s new building. Forner Third
ami F streets, McMinnville. Or
THE OLD RELIABLE
Wagons, Buggies and Carriages.
Binder Twine, Belting, Oils, and
Machine Supplies of all kinds.'
Opposite the Grange Store.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season.
We have put our prices down low Give us
a call, inspect our stock, and we will guar
antee prices to suit you
—Goods sold at—
Book and Card Printing.
Farm, Dairy and Mill
A new. neat ami clean stock
ticle A No 1
Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks.
Colored Glassware. Cutlery, Cased Goods.
Tobacco, Pipes ami Cigars
LTom* and Deed. Mrs. H. P. STUART’S,
WELCH * DEE..
'pleii'li'l wiireli.'ilM'H. .omi'li'le with lutest inii.roved niiu hinerv. Th<>roii»|| nn<l I
experience in handling grain. Highest cash price paid for all kinds of «rafi, Une
-------- Al«o, dealers in--------
—Dealers in all kinds of—
Proprietor of the
Tin* sto imer Belgie, fro n the Orient,
brought into Sail Francisco, Wednesday
1,17-» Chinese passengers in steerage.
No smallpox was reported. During the
the voyage, to avoid any possibility ol
introduction of smallpox, the surgeon
vaccinated l.OCO or more of the steerage
passengers. Tlm ship came to the dock
with a elemi bill ot health. Four thous
and Chinese arrived in San Francisco
during the past month.
Warehousemen and Grain Buyers.
Fresh Family Groceries.
Has on hand
.‘jou.ooo first class shingles, 10.090 posts,
Call at the ollie»' of the WEST
-espectfully solicit a share of the
SIDE TELEPHONE. We
patronage of the people of McMinn
will guarantee you
ville and vneinity not forgetting to
kindly thank them for past favors.
Search for us between the Banks BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
crossing and carlton , oregch
----- PROPRIETOR <>f the------
Portland seems to have gained an
other import int addition to her com
nmieial importance, in the action of tin
Paeilie in putting on tin
ste.i ,i.'i- Sardonyx to ply between Po t
land ulid Port Moody, tu.» entry Oregoi
Hour to be fransferted to that company's
Hong Kong steamer*. The result ot
this will not only bo to advance Port
land interests, but it will also enable
Oiegon millers to compete with others.
M c M innville , M c M innville
M c M innville , or .
Collard s Caldwell!
250,000 GOOD HARD BRICK
Baritekoff, Thomason X* Swanson,
(Successors to Baxter A Martin)
SHINGLES I I
Joy killed Mrs. Margaret Powell, of
-amaria. Idaho. She was the widow of
i soldier, and received notice that a I J Collard. Agt. McMinnville.
G. XV Sappington, Agt. North Yamhill.
pension of «12 per month, including
■f2 415 rtf back pay, would be sent her on
Headquarters 15 miles from McMinnville,
her forwarding the proper vouchers near
flic head of Panther Creek
The news so overcame her that she
dropped dead as she was preparing for
Baxter & Rogers,
third st .
I tumble; and Steel Skein Earn, Wapnn.
Spring Wagons, Buggies a„t n‘>
everything on wheels.
Steel and Chilled Plows, Sulky, Gang
and Walking Plows, Harrows and
Cultivators of all kinds.
Portland x:O0 A. M.lEugene.. 2:40 P M.
Eugene .9:00 A. M.IPorltaml .2:45 P M.
Daily between Portland ami Ash’,ami.
Daily betwc»*n I’ortlaml and Ashland
l’lie O. A C. It. It. Ferry makes connection
vith all the regular trains on the East Side
Division from fool of F Street
AVest Side Division.
BETWEEN POBTLANDA COltVALLIS.
(DAILY EX< EPT SI NDAYS )
Portland 7:30 A. M M« Minn .10:12 A. M.
McMinn. 10:13 A. M < ’orvnllis 12:25 P. M
Corvallis 1:3O P. M McMinn. 3:43 P. M
McMinn .3:44 P. M Portland
At Albany and Corvallis »•onneet with
trains of the Oregon Pacific lt.lt. for Ya-
Portland 4:50 P. M.IMcMinnvilleX-.OOI’.M.
McMin’ville5:45 A.M. I Portland 9:00
Lo< al tickets for sale and baggage chccke<l
it company's up-town office, corner l’ine
. iim I Second streets. Tickets for principal
;M»ints in California can only I m * procure«! at
Corner F and Front Sts.. Portland, Or.
Freight will not be received for shipim*nt
liter five P. M. on either the East or West
E. P. ROGE Its.
G. F. A Pass. Agt
To be made from the very best material, by skillful workmen, with tlx* latest and RW.*t
approve«! inacl.inery, and to be the cheapest goods in the HKirkurt ’Jrhvm service i»
Arc so thoroughly finished that they can be worn in damp wv-%tkv*-or a» sln>werrwith-
out fear of being ruined by curling nr shrinking
'l’lie manufacturing, dyeing ami finishing is done in such a atunneBL that tbe*good*
can In* washed if desired, without the least injury to the fabric
Our goo«Is arc wool dyed, ami the colors are as fast as the Btfirvst <fyes amrgyratesc
care ami skill can make them
Goods show just wliat they are ami will I k * until worn out. sv there is m» weightings
stifiening, or artificial lustre use»l to incr«*asc the weight or finish ; ¿is i-*» the cast with :*>
large class of goods in the market, but which disappears after a few dav^’service
As manufacturers we have taken great pains to supply an article im every way re
liable, ami unsurpassed by similar g<»o»h. either foreign or «lomcstic, mwl would w‘s|»e<,t-
fully ask an examination of the various styles and shades t»> W found on sale by mer
chants who are agents f«»r the gocxls
All goods of our manufacture should lienr the name ami tnuie mark of
Broadhead Worsted Mills, Jamestown. N. Y.
When you want horse bills printed, remem
ber that the T elephone office is unsurpassed
in facilities for doing this and all other kinds
of Job Printing. Good work. Low prices.
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
Shaving, Hair fulling and-----
------ Sbamjioing i’arlorx.
M c M innville
liray M ud Sale Mo,
Ladies' anti Children's Work
— A SPECIALTY—
Cor Tbinl ami 1» streets, McMinnville
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
LOCO BROS., * HE.WERS01,
The Best Rigx in (hr City. Orders
ITomptl) attended to Day or
Hides, Pelts and Furs
Settmil iluor north from city Market
Cash paid for Hitler. Furs, etc
would enjoy your dinnor
and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, uso Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a wnitive cure for Dyspensia. In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. 25 and 50 cents.
Geo. W. Burt. <lru»rgist.
—Have Just Arlileil—
HATS AT HALF PRICE.
The Finest Line of Cigars
(Successor to Al
In the City Try Them
AI «'reliant rFailoi*
Fine Tailoring a Specialty.
Third Street, between E nn«l I’
(¡ imm I Fit Gunitccd «r Ü« Sale.
Henderson Bros. Preps.
AV. V. I’lfICK.
First-class arcomnuvlations for lenin
rial men an«l general travel.
Transient stock well < arc«l for
I p Stairs in Adams’ lìnildiini.
Everything new and in First-Class O’
Patronage rc^pcttftilly solicit«?«!