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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1887)
The Official Democratic Paper.
Ii. TÏHA.TTÏ - - - - Pubii.h.r,
F kioay 8> pt . 2, 1887
Details of a fight between the
Utcs aud Sheriff Kindall's men
were received from Glenwood
Springs. The Indians had planned
an ambush, but the scouts discover
ed it and the Indians retreated.
They then opened fire, and Major
Leslie who commanded the scouts
which were augmented by Major
Hooper's Aspen volunteers, return
ed the fire from behind tho rocks.
The Indians showed themselves and
Fought desperat-ly, and on the first
concentrated fire of the troops two
Indians fell and one white man
I'r iiumonr of Mo k r;», with Ken-
dali’s land Wits wounded
three hours the battle raged incess
antly, tncn the Utcs retreated to
the timber, and only skirmish shots
were fired during the day, and it
continued until eleven o'clock
but no one was injured.
Jack Ward one of Kendall's men
was shot down during the first pari
of the fight. The whiles saw eight
dead indians dragged behind the
There were five whiter
Three of them were
members of Hooper’s company.
One man was a scout and two are
believed, although not known, to be
the tìgli I the In
umi th' report
were going to pi!-
They were not
A morning paper says : It is as
sumed in many quarters that a
be«f famine is not far away. The
estimate as to the loss in the North
west last winter that in Montana
there were 400,000, in Idaho about
100,000, in Wyoming about 300,000
and in Colorado about 500,000, or
about 1,300,000 head in all. During
the summer, on account of excess
ive drouth, it is estimated the loss
es in the beef producing states will
swell the total to 1,500,000 head of
beeves. But this is not the main
fact which indicates a future fam
ine. It is now known that 50 to 75
per cent less calves were born this
spring, owing to climate causes,
which must have its effect in time.
To this must be added the fact that
cattle producers have been rushing
their surviving stock on the mark
et at an unpartdled rate, and from
these and other causes many ranch
men are discourage 1 an i going out
of business. Great uneasiness such
us never before * characterized
the cattle business, ia manifested in
finds not a dollar of profit, and more
often heavy losses charged against
iris account. The market price has
been lower on account of a glut, fot
in Chicago alone over 200,000 head
of cuttle h is been thrust upon the
market during the last thirty days.
Consuméis however get beef no
cheaper because the producer sells
it for so little. it is hinted that
the profit goes to the dressed beef
monopoly who hi^h Loth sides, pro
ducer and consumer alike. On ev
ery bullock there is a profit of $10
to the monopoly, and cither a los«
or an even thing for the producer.
The consumer pays the monopoly
the extra $10 profit.
Phc New U m /tiu cu • lias i con I
completed and is about to be shipp
ed to this state by the San Francis
co publishers. It is called Hill’« an
notated laws of Oregon and is in
The first volume
contains 1052 pages, and is devoted
to civil and criminal codes, and
laws relating to practice in justices’
Tfie second volume of 895
pages contains miscellaneous laws
of Oregon, the constitutional
amendments to be submitted to the
electors at the coming November
special election,and acts of congress
relating to titles to land in Oregon.
The pages in the two volumes run
consecutively; therefore the total
number of pages of the newly pub
lished laws of Oregon, as recorded
. At the Republican convention. | I flfjffifflfff
held at Toledo, O., on July 27, Gen-1
VXI n A m U h
oral Beatty, a leading Republican,
PRESIDENT OF THE AMUSEMENT REPUBLIC!
delivered the following terrific on
slaught upon JamesG. Blaine:
BIÂZL1G A5»RUTUWi;sìiHiUV[IOX IV Tili’ KEU.M OF ETTER1 AI.WA 1
“Those who knew him best—and 1
Two MaguíOcent, Faultless Exhibitions, Rain or Sinne, at
people are getting to know him pret
ty well—know that he is a political
----- ISZL’ÜITSm VILLE------
Jesuit courteous in manner,cordial
and plausible in speech, but silent,
TUESDAY, SBFTEMDDB 13TH.
entity and unscrupulous in the pro
motion of his schemes; professing Most Positively the only Tented Show that will visit this section this Season
open friendship while stabbing sec- 1
retly ; keen in his scent, of money,
not particular hs to the modes of itr '
acquisitio, and lavish in its expen
ditures for his own political ad-1
After this outburst, General Beat
ty summoned up Mr. Blaine’s future I
political prospects as follows :
8-RING CIRCUS—HUGE THEATRE STAGE—ENORMOUS MENAGERIE—
“He will never be forgiven in full
for his treachery in New York, ami
WORLD’S KUSEUM—CLASSIC RACING CARNIVAL AN» JO-JOI
he never ought to he. His noun
¡1» !------ Ictus’ Bally Lijase?, $3,500-
nation in 1888 would simply mul I $2,000,000 Invested fcf the mile’s Deleetcdra________ ____________________ _
Natably aud Trium>hnutly reiuiorccd Uin S.owa with tito Old World’»
tiply the mugwumps of New Eng
r’.’st btartllos 13am xn Fhoxiotnonoa,
land by tens and these would be
reinforced by every Northern state
by better republicans than Blaine
ever was. He cannot carry New
York, he could not touch bottom in
Indiana, and it is doubtful even if
he could again carry Ohio—in short
he is a plumed knight who does his
fighting with his jaw and employs
a substitute to incur the risk of bat
tle. tVe have carried him on our
shields too long ; it is time now to
prod him with our spears. The
people have had enough of him and
Iris spotted record.”
M W18. II.
New United HBonster Shows I
Governor Beaver,of Peimsylv inia
in an interview said: “Blaine is
in great want of Pennsylvania for I
next war,.but the state will hearti
ly support Sherman or Allison.
I am latiflfled that thia remedy saved my
life. — Jno. Webster, Pawtucket, R. I.
I contracted a sovero cold, which
suddenly developed into Pnenmonia,
presenting dangerous and obstinato
symptoms. My physician ordered tho
use of Ayer’s Chorry Pectoral. His in
structions were followed, and tho result
was a rapid and permanent cure. —
H. K. Stiinpson, Rogers Prairie, Tex.
Two years ago I suffered from a severo
Cold, which settled on my Lungs. I con«
suited various physicians, and took tho
medicines they prescribed, but received
only temporary relief. A friend induced
me to try Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. After
taking two bottles of this medicine I was
cured. Since then I have given the Pec
toral to wy children, aud consider it
Baniekoff, Tiioniason & Swanson,
arc now prepared to receive for storage, all
KINDS0F GRAIN AT
M c M innville
and carltom , O regon ,
Warehouses. They also offer to sell or lend
sacks at a low price. They bought their
sac ks early in the seas *i! and it ^il! betothe
farmer’s advantage to call and see them be
fore making arrangements for storing their
grain of this season.
Long experience in buying grain gives
solid assurance that the farmer’s interests will
be carefully guarded.
Their warehouse has been fitted up with
now machinery and is now in a good con
dition for saving grain.
BÄBNEKOFF, THOMASON & SWANSON.
A Common Cold
In often the beginning of eorious affec
tions of tho Throut, Bronchial Tubes,
and Lungs. Therefore, tlm importance
of early and effective treatment cannot
tie overestimated. Ayer’s Cherry Pco-
toral may always be roliod upon for the
speedy cure of a Cold or Cough.
Last January I was attockod with a
severe Cold, which, l>y neglect and fro-
quunt exposures, became worse, finally
settling on my lungs. A terrible cough
soon followed, accompanied by pains in
the chest, from which I suffered intense
ly. After trying various remedies, with
out obtaining relief, I commenced taking
Ayer's Chorry Pectoral, end was
TO THE PUBLIC !
d Great Annual Clear
THE HUMA1' SKYE TEHHIER!
For the Next Twenty Days
Come early if you want
~AN UN^AKALLELED KED-LETTIia“ CIRCUS FESTIVAL!-------
200 Illustrious Champions!—-80 Darling Acts!
the Best Bargains.
Astounding Displays of Acrobatic, Qymaio and Equestrian Amazements in 8 Separate Star Eiaga,
A Canine Carved Head— Framed in Flcocy, Shimmering Hair—In him Reality Outstrips ExAgger
etion, and Dumbfounded Science Pronounces Him tho Most Wonderful and inexplicable Mys*
tery of Life!—Not an Insipid Idiot, but a Bright, Alert, Vivacious Being!—Your Only Chance
to See Jo-Jo—By Commaud of the Czar he Returns to 8t. Petersburg at an Early Day!
Scotch Athlotea, Russian Skatcrial Artists, Arabian Heroes, Japanese Marvels, and a Giganuc
Vaudeville Combination in Thrilling and Fascinating Performances on the Grand Theatro Stage!
R evival of 7 Mwm
A. J. APPERSON.
CLASSIC OLYMPIAN RAM Eil
Ef.CJCSWIlPO CÜM3AÎS 6S HWSIUCAI
STIRRING PICTURES Of LIFE IH THE
3 Thues the fSost Stupendous itaagerb
EVER GATHERED AND EXHIBITED UNDER TENTS!
Greatest, Grandest, Most Famous and Bejt Trained Herd of Elephants on American Soil—
Including " Bismarck ” and “Juno,” the Biggest Wedded Couple Extant, and the Colossal,
All-Ovorshadowing Central Figures of their Rare; “Doc” and “Ben Butler,” Rollicking
Precocious Elcphantino Clov/iiB, and the Only Baby Elephant on tho Continent!
New Blacksmith Shop!
The Best Remedy
D enver , C ol ., Aug. 27.
A dispatch from New York says for Cold«, Coughs, and all Throat and
It is becoming more and more that tlie Moss Bay Hematite iron
^PEERLESS, POETIC, SUMPTUOUS, SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE!
Tliird Street, between K and F
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
— Robert Vanderpool, Meadville, Pa.
Appearing on tho Public Thoro»<ghfarea at 10 o’clock Every Morning.
evident that the present war with and steel company works of Eng
Somo timo ago I took a slight Cold,
Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
which, being neglected, grew worse, aud
USUAL PRICES OF ADMISSION.—Performances at CtRstcniary Hours
tho White River Utea ia a whito land, manufacturers of the brand of settled
on iny Lungs. I had a hacking
and was very weak. Those who
man’s war; that tho Indians are Moss Bay pig iron, have decided cough,
knew me best considered my life to bo
W T BAXTER
not forcing the fighting nor are to establish in a short timo dupli in great danger. I continued to suffer
until I commenced using Ayer’s Cherry
plow work a specialty.
thoy desirous of continuing the war, cate works in Washington Terri Pectoral. Less than one bottle of this
but it is also evident that if they tory. The point, selected for t he lo feci that I ovro the preservation of my
Oregon & California R. R.
Also manufacture the
are harassed as thoy have been the cation of the works is about sixteen life to its curative powers. — Mrs. Ann
Lockwood, Akron, New York.
clebrated Oregon Iron Harrow, I
affair may take on tho most direful miles from the Northern Pacific
Ayer’« Cherry Pectoral Is considered,
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
here, the one groat remedy for all diseases
proportions. The facts of the case
GIVE ME A CALL.
railroad and about forty-five miles of tho throat and lungs, and is more
First-class acconmiodstinni for Ccaimer-
Close connections made at Ashland with
appear thus. In th spring of 1887 from Seattle. The v.-mks will be in demand than any other medicine of its
cis) men mid general travel.
class. — J. F. Roberts, Magnolia, Ark. tt
Transient stock well cared for.
a band of lawless, drunken cow
reached from the Northern Pacific
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
boys shot ono of Cuiorow’s >ucks mam line by a branch road
Only 20 Miles Staging,
Everything new and in First-Class Order
Prepared by Dr.J.O.Ayor k Co., Lowell, Maae.
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
without an active protest on his
Bold by all Dm,,lata. Prioe 11 ; eta boltlee, »5.
Patronage respectfully solicited
part and subsequently his sister
A slight reduction of the demo
Portland and San Francisco,
was shot. Evon this did not arouse cratic vote in Kentucky at tho re
California Express trains run daily
him to retaliation. Seeing that the cent election, because of the deflec
BKTWKF.M POKTLAND and ASHLAND.
wily old Ute was not to be entrapp tion of the labor vole, give the re
Ladies’ and Children’s Work
Portland 4:00 P. M.lAshland.. 8:30 A.M.
Ashland. ..5:40 P. M.ll’ortland 10.40 P. M.
ed into warfaro a chargo of horso publicans hope of capturing the
—A SI’ECIALT Y—
Local I'nssenger Dally, Except Sunday.
stealing was trumped up by Sheriff state next year. Let them not go
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
THE LEADER IN-----
Portland.. 8:00 A. M.lEugene.. 2:10 P M.
Kendall and he attempted to arrest blindly to ruin on their hope. Ken
Eugene. . .9:00 A. M.li’orltand 3:15 P. M.
J. H. HENDERSON
—Have Just Added—
two of Colorow’s bucks, but theso tucky will be right behind the band
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
were not to be found. Tho result wagon in the great democratic pro
A new, neat and clean stock
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
The Finest Line of Cigars
ticle A No 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks,
(Successor to L. Root)
was that the sheriff raised a larger cession of 1888. And we will still roll
Daily between Portland and Ashland
Colored Glassware. Cutlery, Cased Goods,
In the City Try Them
The O. A C R. R. Ferry makes connection
¡posse in order to compel Colorow to the old chariot along and without
Hair weaving and Stamping.
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
with all the regular trains on the East Side
Division from foot of F Street
Carries a full and complet* stock of
give up the men, but when tho sher much opposition
Opposite Grange Store McMinnville. Or
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in season.
iff’s men learned tho true state of
We have put our prices down low Give us
Went Side Division.
An anti-Blaine daily republican
a call, inspect our stock, and we will guar
BETWEEN PORTLAND A CORVALLIS.
affairs many of them left him. In
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
antee prices to iuit you
is to be started in New York
the meantime Colorow gathered up
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY«)
his tribo, sent runners out in all di City, with ox-Postmaster General
Wooden and Willowwars,
Portlund. .7:30 A. M I McMinn .12:25 P. M
rections and it Is not improbable Hatton as editor in chief. Roscoe
Corvallis 1:30 P. M J Portland 6:15 P. M.
Agents for tho-
that a general uprising will result.
trains of the Oregon Pacific R. R.
Colorow is the chief who partici Fe railroad company, and George
Express Train Dallj'
pated in the Meeker massacre of Bliss, ex-U. 8. district attorney of
1880 and no attempt is made to New York, are the backers of the
9:00 A M
Goods delivered promptly to any part
E p R00SR8
of the city.
make him out a saint. He leads pajwr. They will, if possible, pre I
G. F. & Pass. Agt
an insignificant band of twenty or vent the nomination of a man whom
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35Ü
twenty-five decrefit bucks and he they could not vote for if nominated.
himself is far past his prime, is
Bakery aud Grocery.
Jano L. the fast*Oregon mare, is
Keep on hand a complete stock of these
stout and almost incapable of af
There will allways bo found
proving her mettle nnd ajieod in
goods. Also a large and well as
fective action. The Indians form
sorted line of
California to the astonishment of
Call at the office of the WEST
Hamess, Saddles, Etc, Etc,
a very insignificant part of the pop
SIDE TELEPHONE. Wo
turfmon. She won a race in the
ulation of the state, which is as
2:23 class, mile heats, for $500,
large as New York, Pennsylvania,
and Glassware included.
Wright's new building. Corner Third
free for all, Saturday, boating Stam-
----- Ladies’ and Gents’___
and h streets, McMinnville. Or
New Jersey, and Delaware combined
BEST WORK, LOWEST TRICES.
houl, a Sultan colt, Valonsiso, Daisy
but their methods of warfare make
a fine line of
S. Thapsin and Kato Ewing, in
them formidable. Their reserva
c M innville
2:23|, 2:21,3:21j, 2:19, and 2:21}.
tion is 400 miles from Donver by
Stamboul won second money.
hy tel iti h U,
the nearest available route and
We make a specialty o! Finte
about 250 miles in a bee-line. The
Tho schooner Heron, which has
actiou of the desperadoes is tho just arrived in San Francisco,
COME AXD HAVE A GOOD TIME.
Cor Third and D streets, McMinnville
more to be deprecated in that it brings the news that veins of coal
conveys the impression to outsiders from two to seven feet in thickness
LOCAX BROS., & HEWERSOJI,
that the Indians are still a factor have been found in Alaska. F.
Of Refreshment Rooms.
in the affairs of Colorado whereas Wellington, who has returned on
VIVVUV, Acker’« Baby
Soother at hand. It is tho only safe
on Indian is almost as scarce as a the Heron, says that there are nu
medicine yet made that will remove all
tall an«i aee our spring
The Best Rigx in the City. Men
buffalo and of the latter there are ; merous indications that coal of good
infantile disorders. It contains no
gn<xfa before pur
or Jt-vryhino, but giv.^i the child nnfuriW
but six or eight in the state and * qualities abounds in many places in
rroui|i||y attended to Bay or
» nm.Zi.|Engu R«nedy?<I«
*>M from pais. Frio*
cents. Sold by
prepwution known for
|hc?<> arc very sfldc
ltf ti'co. W. Burt, drticrist.
In the City.
Henderson Bros. Preps.
Mrs. II. P. Stuart,
Fresh Family Groceries,
but drop into
G. E. DETMERING.
Book and Card Printing.
Dry Goods House
Gents’ Furnishing goods,
fine shoes .
Cigars and Soda.
T. M. Fields, Proprietor
Corner Third and C Streets.
*>M on a pueitivo guarantee a* lQe.; J50O.
M Burt Druggist