Image provided by: Yamhill County Historical Society; McMinnville, OR
About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1889)
HARDING &. HEATH, Publishers.
Tlie adveiising rates of Tux TEt.krno.i-: R eui .--
tbs are extremely liberal, and will be made
known on application. Special inducemen’s
tot yearly or semi-yearly contract
Job Work of all kurls neatly and quickly exe
ented at reasonable rates.
Our facilities arc
among the best, and satisfaction given on ev
Address all couanunicntions, either for the edi
torial or bnsinere departments, to T ub T ki . b
rnosK-Hxoi».'zx, McMinnville, Oregon.
February 22, 1889.
We are pleased to notice that, the un
pleasantness resulting from the revise-
ment of the charter has been healed and
the persons most violently opposed to its
passage by the legislature are now in
favor of it. A number of people weie
misinformed aliout it, and it is now the
universal wish of the people of this city
that the new charter will be passed by
the legislature. The entire new char
ter will be published in T he T elephone -
R egister as soon as it passes.
Senator Veatch lias introduced a bill
providing that all newspapers sent regu
larly to any person without being or
dered shall be regarded as a gift. News
paper men have found out that people
are willing to take the paper out of the
office and read it, but their unwillingness
to pay for the benefit is the thing which
cuts. If a person follows the regulations
of the postoffice department a id refuses
the paper theie would he less trouble
about forcing newspapers on unwilling
THE GREAT SLAUGHTER
“If you do appoint me I will run your
administration.’’—James G. Blaine to
Harrison. “If you don’t appoint me I
will ruin your administration.”—James
While we do not claim to have reduced prices on all goods but only
G. Blaine to Harrison. It is indeed a
on such goods as we advertise to sell
pleasant alternative to Harrison.
style coktizntjes .
TIIE HORSE SHOW.
Spring is about upon us and it will not
be long before the annual horse show
time will be around. The business men
should do all they can for this event.
McMinnville already has a reputation
throughout the state for its fine horse
shows. Support the coming one and
make it the peer of them all.
FRA VDS ON FARMERS.
our object is simply to close out these goods before taking stock in Jan
uary. Hence we offer these bargains to cur many patrons, .so those
who wish can avail themselves of them In our cloak department every
garment is marked doivn to original cost and some
for Infants and Children
“Caatoria is so well adapted to children that
[ recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me.”
IL A. A xchkr . M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford Si., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Castorla cures Colic. Constipation,
Sour Stom.’ich, Diarrhoea, Eructation.
Kill* Worms, gives sleep, and promote« di
Without injurious medication.
T he C bntaur C ompany . 77 Murray Street, N. Y.
The Pacific Rural Express copies from
an Eastern exchange a column relating
to frauds attempted on farmers, of which-
II. II. Welch is our only duly au
we give a synopsis. It is surprising
thorized canvassing agent for Yam
that a journal so well known should
hill county. He will thoroughly can
seem to endorse statements that are the
most unmitigated bosh, and is not aware
vass this county, and the people are
Lying north of Spokane county is the
invited to subscribe to the Monarch of Colville Indian reservation. Included in that such bogus claims are easily ex-
this reservation are 2,800,000 acres of
The exchange tells of a farmer who
mountain, valley and plain. The tract received a letter from a stranger who
WHO SA YS WE LIE.
is but little Ie3s in size than the great made ordinary inquiries concerning the
The following is a statement we ie- state of Connecticut. It is more than country and its resources. He answered
reived from the postmaster of this city : twice as large an Delaware and more it, ar.d not long after received notice
Number of pounds of paper received than throe times as large as Rhode
at this office for transmission through Island. This vast tract ot country em that bis name was to a note for $700 in a
neighboring bank. The stranger, whose
the mails from T he T elei 'H one -R egis -
bracing, as it does, much valuable land letter he had answered, had used his
Postage paid on ....................24 pounds for farming and grazing purposes, as signature, effacing the writing above it
Free....................................... 40 pounds well as enormous mineral weath, is held and replacing it with a promissory note.
Total received................... 73 pounds in a state of reservation for the occupa
He did not deny his signature but de
Number of pounds received from the tion of less than 400 Indians
fended Ins suit and lost it, having the
Reporter for transmission through the
When the Portland water bill was $700 to pay. This was in Indiana.
A map peddler comes along and tries
Postage paid on................... 1-1
pounds called up in the house the other day.
Free..................................... 281-i pounds Mr. Derby, from Yamhill, republican to’ sell his maps to school directors.
Total received................... 42]a pounds
representative, appeared and said: “I They decline, hut give him their names,
Our advertisers will please note that
These goods are going like hot cakes. Call early if you want the
don't like to say much on this subject. and he transforms the paper thev sign
we have nearly twice the circulation of
choicest bargains. When in the city do not fail to inspect our new
It is the same old bundle of straw which into an ordor for maps.
Another man coni:S along with some Shoe and Grocery departments which are not equalled in Yamhill coun
we threshed for several days.” The
F acts P rove I t .
Oregonian, the great republican newspa thing used by farmers. He lias, he ty for fresh, stylish goods and all right prices.
says, a sudden call home where a wife
We call especial attention to our display of Holiday Goods.
On the first page our readers will lind per of the Northwest, says: “Thresh
or child is ill, and asks leave to deposit
The choicest lines of Cigars and Tobaccos can be found at
an article on “Trusts” writton by An- ing over old straw,” is what the granger
a wagon load of his sares under a shed.
drew Carnegie, the millionaire steel representative from Yamhill county
He starts off, but comes back and asks
tiust man. We do nit stand in with his called it, when the Portland water bill
the good man to give him ' ’ name and
ideas on the subject, but the people
would do well to give up tl.t job. He address. Before loug the .aimer finds a
should bear both sides.
may know all aliout straw, but his ideas large number of wagon jacks, or what
Tin: T elephone -R egister does not on water neither edify nor instruct any ever it may be, shipped to him, ordered
over li is signature.
claim 13,000 circulation, as published in one.
A tract, or Bible agent, or colporteur—
T’roscription. 2Dru.gr Store,
the Reporter last week. We do claim to
S Ki*«. -
Besides acting as his secretary, Capt. pretended at least—comes to a good
have as many subscribers as the com
Zalinski's wife is of assistance to him in church-going farmer, introduces himself,
bined p.ipers of the county or twice as
a great many ways. She does not share stops awhile and then demands liis bill.
many as our angry contemporary.
the traditional timidity of her sex in re It is nothing; but lie insists on paying
Pasteur, the world renowned scientist, gard to guns, and is quite cabable of fir something and then asks the farmer to
has at last found the germ of diptheria ing a cannon on occasion. The number sign his name in his blank book with
a.id the way in which to exterminate the of women who use firearms is increasing the amount paid as his voucher to the
animal. His work has benefitted man so rapidly that most of the leading man society he serves. This becomes a pro
kind greatly and his name will go down ufacturers of fowling pieces make a missory note and falls into the hands of
to posterity associated with that of Jen ladies’ gun of special shape and weight, some -‘innocent purchaser,” and must
and markswomen like Annie Oakley be It paid.
ner, the discoverer of vaccination.
is possible that such frauds are at
who can shoot apples onto' their hus tempted, but the newspaper that relates
Watts, of this county, tried to railroad bands’ teeth wilhoutchipping the enamel them and tries to carry the conviction
a bill through the legislature giving Wm. are slowly but surely emancipating their that there is no remedy, is simply mak
Ball the privilege to put a boom in the sex from the tyrant terror which used to ing its own ignorance public. No such
fraud can succeed if exposed. If a letter
North Yamhill river for twenty years. enable women to tire gnus only by shut is changed to a promise to pay, it can
Bv this means he would have shut out ting their eyes, polling the trigger and only be done by using chemicals to ob
literate the first writing. It is not possi
all other competitors on the river. We shrieking.
ble to do this without detection, fortlie
are glad to see that the Dili did not pas.-.
Mrs. Bernard-Beere, the Anderson, use of the chemicals show when scienti
examined. That is priina facie
The Portland water bill, over which Potter and Langtry of London all rolled fically
prooi of fraud, ami coupled with evidence
tho Oregonian threatened dire vengeance into one. gave 150-J threepe nny to the from the signer will constitute a legal de
against Gov. Pennoyer, lias been vetoed poor children w^o feasted rot long ago fense. In all these instances want of
by the governor twice ami the legislature in Victoria hall. Mme. Carnot, wife of value received can be shown and the
can make oath he never signed
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of
has failed to pass it over his vetoe. This tho much vexed president ot France, farmer
such a note and deny its validity. The
demonstrates that the Oregonian is in has just given layettes to sixty poor burden of proof will lie in the man wlio
these SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest
the wrong again and the governor is in women in the Paris Maternity hospital. owns the note, and if fraud is evident lie
in the market. ALSO—A full line of C. M. Hend r-
has no case, Of course, it is vexatious
In the meantime Miss Mary Anderson to
son & Co.'s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and
be troubled in this way, but law and
has the finest cameo belt ir. the world equity affords a remedy against all
Misses' Fine Shoes.
It is not necessary for us to explain to and Mrs. Langtry “the most unique set frauds.— Oregonian.
the people that the editor of this paper of silver in Americh” and a husband
is a democrat. The (>eople know he is due shortly, by common report, rt the
LTTT T j L I-iinSTS or
and always lias been. Mr. Glass has Ashland house, to continue his negotia
not the documentary evidence to prove tions for a divorce. Emma Abbott has
“Competition is the Life of Trade,” and if you harp not seen our latest improved goodg you
Notice- for Piiblcation.
cannot imagine how lively trade is. or how l.nrd our competitors have to work to keep within sight of us.
his assertions, but we have in regard to not got the wonderful dress of woven
Ask your retailer for the JAMES MEANS’ S3 SilOE, ortho JAMES MEANS’ $1 SHOE
r to your needs.
his polities if the democratic state con glass said to have been made in Pitts
PoNitivvly none genu ¡no unless having our name and price stamped plainly on the soles. Your
L an a O ffice at O begon C ity J
retailer will supply you with shoes so stamped if you insist upon his doing so; if you do not insist, some At Extremely Low Prices.
vention of two years ago was reported burg. ami Mrs. Potter has the most in
retailers w ill coax you Into buying inferior shoes upon which they make a larger profit.
Oregon, Feb. 14th, 188S. f
right in the Oregonian.
teresting conception of “Cleopatra” ol
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has tiled notice of his intention to
A department of agriculture has been the century. It isn’t so much the world mike final proof in support of his claim, and
created by congress and Norman J.
county clerk of Yamhill, county, Oregon, at
Coleman, of Missouri, has been ap after all.
McMinnville. Oregon, on Tuesday, April
pointed ns secretary of the new depart
Cardinal Manning, a profound ob
SATI S FYX
If ho be sure and call for your tickets
ment. The agricultural interests of the server, expresses flie staitling opinion Pre-emption D. S. No. 5529 for the w | of n
THE MOST ,Ç
United States have heeomo so large that that thisiountiy is in a state of moral | and w A of 8 w 4 of section 2, t 3 s, r 6 w.
names the following witnesses to prove
a department has long been needed. decay. “I lecogriize,” the venerable his He
w O O
IF .X e. ; . jw •' |j
continuous residence upon and cultivation of
We are pleased to see it instituted dur churchman is reported to have said, “in said land, viz:
E J Wood and James 8 Flett, of McMinn-
ing a democratic administration.
America a decided tendency to go to vile,
and Frans Fon*s and Sumner Carr, of
t progress in our branch <f industry that we are now able io «fflrni that the
feed. I fear that freedom of divorce lias Cailton; nil of Yamhill county, Oregon.
. ’i y i. spoetequal to the shoes which only a few years ago were retniled att i«ht
Any person who desires to protest against
on a pair you will be convinced that we do not exagg« rule. Ours ar»* (he
Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett, done much to break up domestic life,
:h<-se who imitate our system of business are linable t«»compete with us I d
the allowance of such proof, or who knows of
i our li” „5 we are the Lup*i t manufacturers in the United StcteH.
the world renowned tragedians, will be and it certainly requires but slight obser any substantial reason, under the law and reg
nen who b« t ow visiting the shoe retailers of the Pacific Coast and P.oclc
in Portland some time in May. Law vation to see that in observance of Sun n ations of the Interior Depattment, why such
, It is positively the shortest anil fin nt
1 wi;h tl.’i r.: nilof nytrlp. I bnv.‘thus far succeedeu in placing our nil
proof should not be allowed, will be given an
<’vy poiiit I nave visit. ■!.” He goes on to say, *• Thi.< in «
line to Chicago and flic east and south and
rence Barrett a one time was bell boy day you have already drifted far, far opportunity at the above mentioned time and
•uuse most of the retat'.er; arc charging their custcriers al
the only »looping and dining car through
Loes have cost at who!*- tl •. The consequence Is that the
in the Michigan Exchange hotel in De away from the usage of your forefathers. place to cross-examine the witnesses of said
xi dollars t*. pair for -Juios w inch are not worth ms tiitich tie ovr
aimant. and to offer evidence in rebuttal of
Our silo' s with their wry low retail prices stamped c.i the
troit, Michigan, and will not notice his I fear » * * Sunday newspapers c that
submitted by claimant.
and all Miaaour!
b. prices which have hi'.herto ruled in the rem!l uiaikeLs -iere.
• lus stuck they at or.cu begin to go oft' like hot cukes, sc . .i • at
old comrades. He is a good actor, but must have had something to do with it.”
, Its magnificent ateel track, unsurpassed
ar.d c ?.-.i•!< r v. bat the above slgnifim so far as yon ar“ concerned, it
this feature of his makeup cannot be The worthy cardinal appears to take the Feb 22 8
train service ami elegant dining and
’; . i o manufacturer;.* name or fixed retail price stain» ( d
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it the
particularly admired by the American usual course and blame the newspapers
your r.-’aikc- i.< probably making y-u pay double
lifivi-l to do this while v.e are protecting you L} stumping
;ol s ef our shoes before they leave our rxetory so that yon
for all that is evil. He does not seem
: they are worth ?
re Kohl by wide-nwnkc ret«”.Bers iu nil p.xris ol
The Iloyal Route
to consider the large amount of good
bin your reach in any State or Territory if you will invest one
Foreigners come to this eountiy, take
done by them. We are far away from
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it
a flying trip lroni one ocean to the other,
Our motto is ‘ always on time ”
, 41 Lincoln St., Bost ?«:, ‘¿nss
“C olumb a R. vek R oute .”
return homo and publish their impres the standard of morals adopted by our
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickel«
sions of this country. They are always Puritan forefathers, but education has
via this celebrated route ami lake none
W H MEAD, G A
Requirements of a Stenographer.
wrong, and we advise every body to see
No. 4 Washington street, Portland, Or.
things as they are befoie they comment papers because they are the great educa Tlpfc'CTO ,0 and fr»’m principal points in the
tors of tho world. As to freedom of di i lup.L i v United Stales. Canada and Europe. TA Succeed as a stenographer, one must be ac-
on them. People coining to Oregon
IU curate in shorthand, skilled in type
vorce, we will venture to say that the
writing, a good penman, a, competent cor-
should stay awhile and not come in on
THE NADJY BAR!
respondent. In the Shorthand Department of the
-PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE —
one train and go out the next liecause it United Slate;', has as high a standard of
Elegant Pullman Palace Cars.
In the COOK HOUSE.
THOROUGH TEACHING in shorthand, DAILY PRACTICE
virtue as any country under the si.n.
happens to be raining when they get
in type-writing, careful instruction in penman
Ear in tlie City
Cardinal Manning is apparently reason
ship and abundant drill in correspondence amply
Stocked with tlic choict-st Winon, I.ipi >r>
ing upon imperfect information.
qualify students for positions always open to those
fully prepared to fill them. Send for catalogue.
Cascade Division' now completed, and Cigars—Domestic WM.
Frank Shannon, of Philadelphia, has
A. I*. A rmstrong , P rin ., - P ortland , O regon .
making it the Shortest, Best*
been rewarded for saving the life of a hy
Twenty years ago the mikado of Japan
ena. One of the hyenas at the Quaker
The Dining Car line. The Direct Route.
City Zoological gardens swallowed a was regarded by subjects as a divinity.
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low
bone recently. Shannon entered the When he received his courtiers or states
est Rates to Chicago and all
cage, thrust his arm down the hyena’s men a screen was drawn down so as to
AND ST. PAUL. House. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
points East. Tickets sold
TraJ« Mark. A guaranteed cure for all
throat and extracted the lione. The hide iiis face. It meant death lor any na
to all Prominent Points
nervous disease., such as weak
M c M innville , O regon .
memory, loss of brain power
woman's branch of the Society for the tive who dared te raise his eyes from the PREF. OF (ill AH IE axi > WITHOUT CHANGE
throughout the East and Southeast.
hysteria, headache, pain in the
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has ground in the imperial presence, and
given Shannon a gold medal. The hy when liis majesty passed through the Clo<e connections at Poi tland for San Fran
wakefulness, leucorrhoea. utri
versal lassitude, seminal weak
ena has displayed no signs of gratitude. streets of bis capital every blind was
ness. impotence. and general
drawn and every window closed.
To East bound PaHRenj^erA.
loss of power <>f’the generative
A 1 Iron Steam-hips leave Portland and Sail
Prompt Attention to Orders from Be eaeful and do not make a mistake Bcvalaklag.Iirgails, in either m - x . i-au I
About all that you can see in the East The Japanese, however, are an exceed
Franci-.w every fi-nr (4) days, mak
by indiscretion or over exertion, and wlii<-h
ing the trip in 60 hours.
| bat be sure to take the
ern Oregon papers is in relation to the ingly progressive race. They have suc
ultimately lead to premature TraSe Mark,
Hunt railroad. McMinnville better talk cessively adopted our style of dress, our
old age,insanity and consump
$1.<W per ls>x or six
railroad for a time. AVhat is the matter newspapers, our music, our alphabet, Round Trip - unlimited....
And see that your tickets read via boxes
for I5.ru(sent by mail on
, THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to receipt of price. Fall particu
with extending the West side through to our methods of education, as well as our
1 avoid changes and serious delays occa lar« in pamphlet, sent free to
Junction City and making this side the freedom of.expression and thought. In
sioned by other routes.
through line to California. It would be deed, so rapid have been their strides
WE GUARANTEE SIX
Through Emigrant Sleeping t?ars run
a great benefit to the towns along the
I on regular express trains full length of BOXES to cure any case. For
For further particulars inquire <»f anv agent
$5 00 order received, wcAftarTaklng.
McMinnville, the line. Berths free. Lowest rates. every
road and they could afford to pay the S. it became necessary to issue a police i of the Company or A L Maxwell, (J P & T A. Third Street,
send six boxes with written guarantee to re
fund the inoner if our S|»ecifl<- doe. not ef
I*. Co. the cost of building the 26 miles regulation directing that the natives,
------ *.eep« co..stiht'} on hand------
fect a cure
•Kr>TiTWTn”T T<i Txrr-nïn tç - jv
General Office Of the Company, No, 2
of track to connect. This would effectu should at least get out of the way and
‘SH HJ W441LIXX3MIKÎ-I 'PiYXa.I
Address all commiinii-ations to the Sole
A. L. MAXWELL.
Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
ally put a stop to Salem’s and Albany’s remove their headgear when the emper
6. P. & T. A.
THE MURItAY MEDICINE CO.
brags about being great inline railroad or passed through tho streets of his cap W. H. HOLCOMB.
A D CHARLTON.
Kansas City, Mo.
Highest price pi id for fat cattle, sheep hogs
Sold by Rogers A Todd, sole agents
A?-st General Passenger Agent.
All broken lines and odd suits in Mens’
Youths’ and Boys’ clothing reduced to cost.
Dress Goods Departm’t
STILL WE LEAD !
We offer a line at 15 cents, regular price
30 and 35 cents. A line at 31 regular price
50 and 60 cents.
Headquarters for the Compounding oí
A line offered at 50 and 80 cents, regular
We offer a special line at 25 cents worth
40 and 50 cents.
FOR BOTH MAU AND BEASTS,
\ mt much money but it
will buy the biggest cake of
Toilet soap or the best Cig
ar in the citv at
ROGERS & TODD'S.
THE MARCH OF PROGRESS!
OUR LATEST IMPROVEMENTS!
ARE YOU GOINÛ EAST?
|. B. ROHR.
Al! Meats of Best Quality.
Great English Remedy.