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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1889)
THE NARROW GAUGE.
Percy Noltner, of this state, cadet at The Affairs ot the Oregonian Railway
Company, Ld., te be Wound Up.
the Annanapolis Naval academy, has
HARDING & HEATH, Publishers.
been found deficient in his studies and
The complications arising out of the
turned back to the lower class and with
late decision of the United 8tates su
The advarising rates of T he T elephone R egis leave to report next May.
ter are extremely liberal, and will be made
The American ship C. 8. Bement cross preme court in the case of the Oregonian
known on application. Special inducements ed out Saturday, and is now beating Railway company against the O. R. &
foi yearly or semi-yearly contract-«.
down the coast, bound for Liverpool, N, Co., have caused shippers over the
with the biggest cargo that has left the narrow gauge lines some annoyance.
Columbia tins year. It consisted of over
Job Work of all kinds neatly and quickly exe 100,000 bushels of golden grain, which They will, therefore, be pleased to learn
ented at reasonable rates. Our facilities are
that Receiver Scott states that he pro
among the best, and satisfaction given on ev goes foreign to feed the trampled serfs
and the pampered monarchs of the Old poses to hold the railroad anyhow until
World’s principalities.— Astoria Pioneer. the United States court dismisses him,
There will be about fifty additional notwithstanding the official liquidator's
Address all communications, either for the edi
torial or business departments, to T he T ele fish traps go into the Lower Columbia appointment. He yesterday made ar
phone R egister , McMinnville, Oregon.
river this spring. Seeing that their ef
forts to better the condition of affairs by rangements with the Portland & Willam
legislation could avail nothing, the fish ette Valley Railway company for a tem
- March 29, 1889. erman have at last concluded that they porary traffic agreement under which
may as well take some of the cream of the latter company will collect and pay
the dish and go into the trap business to him for the benefit of the employes of
by the wholesale. It all hurts, but who the Oregonian road, all moneys which
can blame them?— Astoria Transcript.
may be received from freights and pas-
The advertising rates of Till-: T klzfhoxe -
until the arrival of the liquida
A party of woodsmen working near the sengeis
R egihtkr are as follows: 1 inch per month,
tor in Oregon. Freights will therefore
»1.00. 2 inches, »1 50; 3 inches, $2.25J4
Washington, discovered a collection of be collected at Portland as heretofore,
inches, $3.00; 5 inches, $3,50; 6 inches, $1.00; firearms leaning against a log. There and through tickets oyer the Oregonian
7 inches, $4.50; 8 inches, $5 00 ; 9 inches, were twenty-six of them—some rifles, railway will be given to passengers at
$5,50; 10 inches, $0 00; 11 inches, or half some shotguns, muskets and old smooth Portland applying for same at the Jef
column. »6.50; 1 column, $12.00 per month. boreguns, all of old designs. Some had ferson street depot of the P. & W. V.
railway. Shippers sending grain to
The above rates will not be deviated from. flint locks and some had been remoddled Portland from narrow gauge points will
into percussion cap locks. They were not now require to pay their freights in
almost crumbling with rust, the wood advance, but can make them collected
falling from the iron, and were useless
T. B. Merry, who has just returned as firearms. They did not seem to have at Portland, on arrival, and free cartage
or delivery will be given by the P. & W.
from the Melbourne exposition, writes been hidden, yet had been there some V. Co. for the next sixteen days.
as foilows concerning the wool of that they and how came them there.
It was rumored several days ago
that William Reid, on behalf of the
Last Wednesday three boys, ranging Portland & Willamette Valley railroad,
“The general face of the country is between
the ages of eleven and thirteen had made the liquidator an oner to pur
like that portion of Oregon lying be years, managed to procure a horse and chase the Oregonian railway. Mr. Reid
and started on a trip to denies this, and states that the road is in
tween the Cascade range and the sea, in
Oregon, especially between Roseburg California, unknown to parents or no financial condition for any purchaser
They camped out two days to acquire a title to it at present, and
and Coos bay. What we call valleys in friends.
and nights in the rain, when they were until the debts and priority of liens are
Western America, they call ‘downs,’ overhauled by Mr. Frank Bulger, who ascertained neither be nor his company
that is the Darling ‘downs’ are merely was employed by the parents to bring would entertain any offer whatever for
the valleys of the Darling river. Some them hack, several miles east of the the road. It is thought some other rail
John Day river, and brought back. Un way company, probably the Oregon Pa
of these ‘downs’ are very extensive and doubtedly they had been reading five- cific
or its friends, might become pur
contain as much area as the Sacramento cent literature, and thought they would chasers.
Three gentlemen have for
and Willamette valleys put together. emuluate the example of “Wild Bill,” some days been walking on foot over the
But the greater i>ortion of them is used “Buffalo Bill,” or some other character Oregonian road inspecting the condition
highly colored.— Times-Mountaineer.
of its bridges and road bed, but on whose
solely lor the pasturage of sheep, a busi
or for what purpose none of the
Last Wednesday night the prisoners account
ness in which they are as far ahead of
in the county jail came very near gain employes have yet learned. It is evi
the proceedings taken in Scot
us, as we are ahead of them in every ing their freedom. They burned a hole
thing else. For my part I would like to through the boards on the inside with a land this week that neither the stock
nor bondholders will attempt to
see Australian wool let into America candle, and then with a piece of rough holders
reorganize the concern again, and conse
free of duty, so far as Oregon is con
let them through. They then com quently it must fall into the hands even
cerned. It would develop the marvelous menced pushing out the rocks of the tually of some purchaser. The liquida
water power of Oregon in the next de wall, when Nightwatch Witter happened tor has informed persons in Oregon that
if he sells the railway at all it will be
cade, as no other cause could develop it around there and saw the light of their only for cash paid down on the day of
in the next fifty years. If we could pro candle. He at once sent for the sheriff sale; that the Scotch people will make
and they were soon back in their cells.
duce the same quality of wool here our One of them, a boy about 18 years of no more leases nor "trade" their railway
selves, I would say go ahead and tax it age, said he got his head out several off in exchange for any more mortgage
bonds or securities under the laws of
to keep it out. But knowing, as I do, times, but foand his bodv was larger Oregon.
that wo do not grow it. and never can, than be thought it was.— Eugene Register.
Its first mortgage bonds are for $1,038,-
Collector of Customs Abraham has re 640; the receiver’s certificates end in
I should like to sec it let in free of duty.
It would build up cities like Springfield ceived a circular from Assistant Secretary debtedness in Oregon about $423,000.
Maynard which states that “As it ap Its first mortgage bonds says “ana de
and Newark at all such places as Ash pears that the stamps placed upon im claring in terms of our articles of associa
land, Rock Point, Winchester, Eugene, ported opium and on opium manufac tion that the respective holders of, or
Jefferson, Albany, Salem and Oregon tured in the United States afford little or other persons entitled to all deeds of se
Cisy, not towns, but cities. It would no protection to the interests of the reve curity in terms similar to these presents
nue, but furnish an opportunity to smug granted, or to be granted by us, shall
employ such an amount of skilled labor glers and others to defraud said revenue, proportionately be entitled to be paid
in those cities, that, instead of living a it is hereby directed that the use of said out of our said property and assets, and
hand-to-mouth life in producing grain stamps be discontinued; and that pre out of any unpaid capital aforesaid, the
for the United Kingdom, the farmer pared opium shall be delivered to parties respective sums in such deeds of security
after payment of the duties thereon with mentioned, and the interest thereof,
near those towns would find a home out any such stamp being affixed to the without any preference cr priority one
market for all they produced, instead of packages.” The stamps on band are zbov;' another by reason of priority of
date of any such deed of security, or
being fleeced to death by the conscrip- ordered returned to the department.
This is a singular move, to say the otherwise, howsoever." Nevertheless, it
tive charges growing out of a traffic
least. The prohibitive duty of $10 per is claimed by eminent American lawyers
where the market is 19,000 miles away. pound on opium has caused so much of that these words cannot prevent the re
Hence, I favor free wool.”
it to be smuggled into this country that ceiver’s debts in Oregon from being first
it sells at auction for less than the duty, paid out of the property before first mort
although it costs in Victoria $6.50 to $7.50 gage bondholders get one dollar, and if
per pound. The dispensing with stamps this view is sustained by the courts in
Hon. Stanley Matthews, associate jus will render the capture of smuggled opi Oregon, as it has been sustained in other
tice of the United States supreme court, um or the conviction of smugglers prac states, then the owners of the first mort
died last Friday. He was borne in Cin tically impossible, as there will be no gage bonds can only recover from their
wav of distinguishing smuggled opium stockholders in Scotland the unpaid cap
cinnati, Ohio, July 21, 1824, and hence rom domestic.— Oregonian.
ital, now $373,000, due from its shares
was in his 65th year. He graduated at
unassesaed, and get any tnaigin left over
after the Oregon debts are paid.
Kenyon college in 1840, when but sixteen
out of the West, Mrs. Senator Dolph from
years old, studied law, and first settled far-away Oregon. She lives on Lafayette
in Maury county, Tennessee, but soon re square, a section about which the butter-
March Term of Circuit Court, 1889.
turned to Cincinnati, where he has lived fles and >he gadflies swarm together.
The following eases have been dispos
ever since, except when absent on official She is one of those who can walk across
the room and cause a lull in the conver ed of:
duties. From 1846 to 1849 he was assis sation. She has not committed any of
John WilliamBon vs Eliza Williamson;
tant editor of the Cincinnati Herald, an the follies of some others. Good sense divorce. Dismissed.
Charles Groening vs Riley 8mith; ap
anti-slavery paper. He was elected judge and an incomparable wardrobe have
been the two things which came to her peal. Virdict for plaintiff.
of the court of common pleas in 1851, assistance.
She was a Missouri girl.
State vs J A Odell; larceny. Contln-
state senator in 1855, and from 1858 to Her home was in the county of l’ike.
F Landers vs John H Carse; fore
1861 was U. 8. attorney for the southern Her early days had in them that rustic closure. Dismissed.
J Boemer & Son vs A T Hayworth; ac
district of Ohio. lie served the first year simplicity which we think is so pretty
when received from some pisgali of suc tion for money. Judgment.
of the war as colonel, but resigned in cess.
The waiting at the bars for the
L C Washburn vs J W Graham et al;
1863 to become judge of the superior lowing herd which came in from the feast action to foreclose a lien. Decree.
court of Cincinnati. He was a republi of clover, the path to the old-fashioned
John E Harding vs Edward Henry
can presidential elector in 1864 and in milk-house, the evenings about the big Willis; action for money. Judgment.
fire-place and the courtingsat cornshuck-
W C Mesner vs Charles Braithwait;
1868. He was defeated for congress in ings
—all of these are the pictures in the action for money. Dismissed.
1876, and next year was one of the prin background of the life of Mrs. Senator
State vs Jack Cooper. Plead guilty
cipal counsel who argued the cause of Ifolph, who is one of the sought-fors by and sentenced to two years in penitenti-
the Hayes steal of the presidency before
ing to a woman like this, if she is only
Emmett vs Emmett; divorce. Decree.
the electoral commission.
The same possessed of a moiety of that rarity—com J W Ingles vs Jesse Yocum et al; fore
year he was elected United States sena mon sense.— Chicago Times, Washington closure. Decree.
John Aspinwall vs Geo W Grayson et
tor, to succeed John Sherman, and served Letter.
al; foreclosure. Decree.
till 1881, when he was appointed justice
The annual meetings of the stock
Alphonse E LaRocque vs Wm Hume,
of the supreme court by President Gar holders of the Oregon Pacific railroad Sidney Dell et al; partition; order of sub
field. He was a strong partisan, with a
and Coast Railroad company, says the
Mary E Gorman vs John W Gorman
decided leaning to corporations.
Benton Leader, were held in this city in and Katie A Gorman; partition; Guard
the companies’ offices on the 19th inst. ian appointed.
Gov. Hill cf New York in a letter to We are informed that fully nineteen
Elv T Branson vs Sarah C Branson;
the Harlem Democrat clubjmakes a stir twentieths of the stock in both compan divorce; decree.
ring appeal to the democracy. We give ies was present or represented. Unani
James Newport vs George Fendall and
mous votes of approval and confidence
one extract: “Our lines have been driven in the directors and officers of the com Warren Dougherty; decree of foreclosure.
back, it is true, but we are not dismayed, panies was passed and the retiring offi
and the contest must inevitably- go on. cers were all re-elected. This tact amply
Castoria is recommended by physicians
or children teething It is a purely veget
If we now prove recrent to the trust, the
time to time been made in the newspa
preparation, its ingredients are pub
progress of tariff reform may be delayed, pers that the present management was able
lished around each bottle. It is pleasant
but the day is not far distant when the unsatisfactory or that the road was to the taste and absolutely harmless. It re
democratic principle of equal participa about to run under another manage lieves constipation regulates the bowels,
quiets pain, cures diarrnma and wind eolic,
tion in the benefits of taxation shall be ment. It is safe to say that the road in allays feverishness, destroys worms, and
which all our people have such a vital prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
controlling and supreme. To win the interest, will be continued to a successful
it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas
contest our weapons must be those which termination under the management that gives
toria is the children’s panacea—the matti
will enlighten the ignorant and release has developed the enterprise from noth ers' friend, 35 doses. 35 cents.
ing to its present standing among the
the credulous from their fears,”
UBe Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow
railroads of the country. In this conec-
ders if you take pride in seeing yonr
President Harrison withdrew the nom tion, we are informed that the current stock look well. Sold by Rogers « Todd.
debts of the company including all not
ination of Eugene Schuyler to be assis adjusted, are now being paid off up to
tant secretary of state. Schuyler, it the first of March ult. The fact that all
seems, wrote a book, in which the dis the debts of the company which are ad
are being paid off is proof that the
grace of President Grant’s administration justed
other obligations which are still unsettled
HUSSEY’S OLD STAND.
was freely delineated, and republican would be paid as well, if there were not
members of the United States senate differences about them. The road will
could not endure so much historic tiuth be built to Boise City by the people who
to be told. Schuyler also tried to secure are now building it, and there will be no Crockery, Glassware, Cigars, Tobacco« and
change of management.
Candies Fresh fruits and vegetables All pur
the position of assistant secretary under
chases delivered free in the city.
Secretary Bayard.— World.
The Oregonian takes evident satisfac
tion from the apparent difference of opin
ion which exists between President Har
rison and his chief secretary. The pres
ident may bold Blaine down for a while,
but he will yet dictate the executive ap
pointments, as it was profiside lie would,
by republican politicians and the demo
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa
parilla can be relied upon for all blood
diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold by
Rogers & Todd.___________
The regular price of Texas Siftings is
»4 .00 pet year, but you can get it at this
office for $1.00 per year.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props, Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligation made by their
W est & T buax , Wholesale Druggists,
W aldixo , K inxan & M arvin , Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
E. If. V an H œsen , Cashier, Toledo Na
tional Bank, Toledo, O.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally. acting directly upon the blood and
mucus surfaces ot the system. Price
75c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
fata M Hni
------- VIA TIIE------
Cascade Division’ now completed,
making it the Shortest, Best’
The Dining Car line. The Direct Route.
No Delays. Fastest Trains. Low
est Rates to Chicago and all
pointB East. Tickets sold
to all Prominent Points
throughout the East and Southeast.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
Reservationscan be secured in advance.
Boot & Shoe Dealer.
Northern Pacific Railroad.
And see that your tickets read via
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
avoid changes and serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
on regular express trains full length of
the line. Berths free. Lowest rates.
No Goods Misrepresented as to
J. S. HIBBS. Pro.
Castoria enrea Colle. ConaHpatinn,
Sonr Stomach, Diarrhma, Kructeuoa.
KiU^77*’ pve* si”‘p’
Without injurious modfcatlom
Tax C nt . vb C oktakt , 77 Murray Street. H. Y
A 1) CHARLTON.
Asst General Passenger Agent.
THE NADJY BAR!
----- Keeps constantly on Land----
In the COOK HOUSE.
All Meats of Best Quality.
Th.s Best Bar in tixe City.
Stocked with the choicest Wines, Liquors
Bigheet price paid fur fat cattle, sheep hogs
and Cigare-Domeetic and Imported
WM. MARTIN, Pra,rMer.
When we talk about one we talk about the other.
OUR LARGE STOCK of New Goods means Good
News to every buyer of GROCERIES in McMinnville
THE STANDARD TROTTING STALLION,
THE GOODS ARE CHEAP!
Will Make the Season of 1889,
That is one good reason. It won’t make you feel
poor to look at our stock, as it does when you look at
goods with prices away up.
Commencing April 1, Ending July 1,
You will feel rich when you see how much a little money will buy.
It is good news, because
AT M MINNVILLE FAIR GROUNDS,
THE GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE.
Yamhill County, Oregon.
DESCRIPTION AND I’FDIGREE:
DICK FLAHERTY is a chestnut, s nail strip
in fate, one white anklo; standi 1G hands high;
weighs 1150 pounds: winner of the 2:40 class at
City View Park, September 13, 1888, defeating
Maud Knox. Oiieeo, Oleander and Harvest in
three straight heats. This was Dick’s first and
only race, at which time he he made his record
Sired by Fearnaught, Jr,
he by Fearnaught 112, record 2:2314. (winuer
of the $10,000 purse at Buffalo in 18G8, defeat
ing George Palmer, Co). Maynard, American
Girl, J. J. Bradley, Myron Perry. Victor Hugo
Study this horse’s breeding,
and Molly): he by Young Morrill.
Dick Flaherty’s dam, Bell Drew, has paced a
mile in 2:30, by Dodd's Nelson, by John Nelson
187; 2d dam by Butterfield’s St. Ciair; 3d dam
dy Blackleg, by Bigget’s Rattler; 4th dam by
Jack Hawkins, by Boston; Sth dam by Old St.
Fearnaught, Jr., dam Haldee, by Old Colum
bus; 2d dam by Harris* H&mbletonian; 3d dam,
Boston Girl, a celebrated 3-mile trotter, qy Old
We are not ashamed to sell them; you will not be ashamed to buy
them. They Will be a Constant Satisfaction, because you got them at
such bargain prices. When in doubt where to trade, call on
WALLACE & TODD,
Besides being a trotter himself, becomes from
'±'-LJ-EeZLLS: To Insure, $-40; Seasen, $30.
Mares bred by season payable July 1st; mares bred by insurance payable when mare, are
known to be with foal. For farther information address:
CHAS. WOODS, Manager, McMinnville, Oregon.
New This Week.
-A- Fine Line of
Of all kinds of
From the best firms in the United States, at
F. ZIRKEL S TAILOR SHOP.
I do my own Cutting, and Do Not Charge Profits on the Goods.
Rent is low, and all that I ask is pay for my work. Goods will be tele-
graghed for, for persons who are in a hurry. I can GUARANTEE You
PRICES at least 10 PER CENT LOWER than any other tailor shop in
Pants, to order............................................... $ 7 00 to $10 00
Suits, to order................................................ 25 00 to 40 00
Call and see Samples at F. Zirkels Shop, next to the Postoffice.
HATS and CLOTHING
Direct from New York.
Having made arrangements with a Firstclass Tailor
All Ready Made Clothing. Purchased of
me. Will be Altered or Recut
to Suit the Purchaser.
^c... ‘ *
A. J. APPERSON,
After buying Drugs and Medicines
of every Drug Store in Yamhill Coun
ty, you will find by comparing prices
that Rogers & Todd sell the cheapest.
Corner of B and Third Sts.. McMinnville Or.
AT B. & K’S.
TERMS, S3.0O TO INSURE.
‘ "CMteriai. io w«H adapted to children that
t recommend it m Bxpenor to any orwcriDUon
ttXAacKxn. II. D..
1X18m Oxford 84., Brooklyn, N. T.
General Office Of the Company, No, 9
Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
Bed Rock Prices.
Please call and examine sire and calve«.
Arica weighs 2400 pounds. Now is your time
to get a $20 calf at weaning time for 13.00.
Special rates for breeding of six eowa. The
following is a letter from Wm.’Niles, the cele
brated breeder of fine stock, of Loa Angeles,
M r . W. L. G ilson . M c M imxvillb , O regon ,
D ear S ib :—Yonr Holstein ball, Ariea, with
three others, were purchased in the East en
account of the superior richness of the milk of
their cows. The stock was selected in Hol
land by an experienced person. The alra of
your bull is Prinee Bismarck, No. 780. I keep
a brother of your bull for use in mv bard.
March 15, lm
W m . K ilis .
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
but be sure to take the
New Tailors and New Goods
The high bred Holstein bull, ARICA, will be
kept for service at the farm of A. J. Bakar. on
Sherican road, seven miles southwest of Mc
To Bast Bound Pasaengera.
Notice to Stockmen!
We now have the services of
THREE FIRST CLASS TAILORS,
received a Full and Complete Line of
to he the best and cheapest
And will have, by the 16th of this Month, the LAR
full line of C. M. Hend r-
GEST and FINEST LINE of PIECE GOODS ever
son & Co.’s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and
brought to the City.
Misses Fine Shoes.
From this date on we wil> make up Goods at from
-A. fvj X u X j ultkte of
10 to 25 per cent, lower than ever before, and will
Guarantee a First-Class Fit.
B. & K.
At Extremely Low Prices.