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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1889)
M. CHEVREUL’8 WORK.
L. E. Knapp, the Vermonter, who has
When a man lives almost to the end of been appointed governor of Alaska, was
HARDING L HEATH, Publishers.
his one hundred and third year, as was graduated at Middlebury college, Ver
the case of M. Chevreul, the French mont, in the class of ’62. He enlisted at
chemist, who died the other day rather once in the Sixteenth Vermont ami went
One Copy, per year, inadvance.........
$2 00 unexpectedly, it is natural that the work to the war as captain of Company I. He
Or.e Copy, six months in advar»...
I 00 he has doue in the world should be re-enlisted two years later, and when the
war closed had won the rank of colonel.
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville somewhat lost sight of in wonder over He returned to Middlebury anil became
Oregon, as second-class matter.
It is, indeed, no slight distinction, as editor of the Kr^ùfei'of that city. Dur
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
T he advertisixg R ates of T iif . T ei . e - human life now goes, to have lived long ing the past few years he has practised
fhonk -R bgistkr are libera), taking in
law. He has represented his districi in
All the Ladies
eonuderation the circulation. Single
That They Are THE
Who Lave given Ayer’s Hair Vigor a trial
inch, $l.(iO; each subsequent inch, $.75. France, one king of the French, two em the Vermont legislature several times.
Special inducements for yearly or semi- perors, and three republics.
But M. What he does not know about Alaska
Mrs. J. .T Burton, of Bangor, Maine, says :
•* 1 have been using Ayer’s Ilair Vigor with
Chevreul was much more than a mere would fill a large number of volume«.
. Mxori. is K) well adapted to children that I Caatnri. cure. Colle. Conatlp.tir>n.
marvelous success. It restores the original
Ai t. <
I'xrcATioxs M i st H k S ioxf . ii B y centenarian ; he served in the world in
I recommend it aaauperior to any prescription I
8tom«<n. Diarrhoea. Erucmwn.,
to gray hair, promotes afresh growth,
As usual, talk of the president’s ill- color
the person who sends them, not for pub
' .M D., '
I gms Worms, gives Bleep, Md promote, di-
known to me.'*
and keeps it strong and healthy. As a toilet
lication, unless unaccompanied by a ‘ non
health is beard in Washington, ilis article I have never found its equal.”
1U 80. Oxford 6k, Brooklyn, N. Y. | Without injurious m e di ca ti o n
Portland and San Frauctero
ile plume.'’ but for a guarantee of good say, to several generations of the mem
No publications will >e published ories of the days when Bonaparte was a family and friends are not at all satisfied
Ayer’s Hair Vigor,
T hs Cmrrara C ompany . 77 Murray Street. N V.
nnless so signed.
with Mr. Harrison’s general appearance.
Prepared l>y Dr.J.C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mak«,
second lieutenant, and Danton and
California Express Traioe Bun Daily
bold by Druggisu and Perfumer«.
J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xbcctkd Robespierre obscure lawyers. Although He has always had a very pale complex
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
at. reasonable rates
Our facilities are
ion, but there is a chalky whiteness to
the l>est in Yamhill county and as good
his face at present which is unusual.
as any in the state
A complete steam very foremost of the world’s chemists in
He takes much more exercise than did
Sail r Francisco
plant insures quick work.
* * »
either Arthur or Cleveland, but lie does
Inorai Pawenger Itaily, except Sunday.
A ddrf . sk A ll (’ ommi nicatioxs . E ither F or in its broadest aspects, M. Chevreul
not get enough rest at night. He has
the editorial or business departments, to
Sample rooms in connection.
T ub T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, nevei Useless outranked many of his co been troubled with insomnia, and as he
Portland ...........8:05 am Eugene............ 2 40 pm
refuses to give up smoking his case is
tion of his researches and the industrial
SiMi-i.r. Corm Or Tuit T elephonx -K egm -
hard to treat. He looks forward eagerly
tek will be mailed to any person in the value of his work.
Is now fitted up in first class order.
to his visits to Deer Park when the
Ciiiteil States or Europe, who desires one, attained through Ins investigations in
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
weather becomes warmer.
free of charge.
Accommodations as good as can be
the field of animal oils and bis studies of
» * •
of Second Class passen
W e I nvite Y ov To C ompare T he T ei . e - theories of color and the effects in dye
An opera company from Mexico was forni din the city.
ger« attached to express train«.
rHoNE-KEGtsraa with any other paper
The S P Company's Perry makes connection
ing and the arts will always be associ recently stranded in San Francisco. One
published in Yamhill county
with all the regular traius on the Fj^t Side Di
8. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
ated with his name; and for them he of the musicians was something of a poet
vision from foot of F street.
Aprii 26, 1889. has received an immense airay of titles, and he had dedicated a few of his verses
WEST SIDE DIVISION
prizes and medals. The usefulness of to Mme. Diaz, wife of the president of
Between Portland and Corvallis.
his life was, indeed, not disproportionate Mexico. She had been much pleased at
Mail Train. Daily except Sunday.
When we talk about one we talk about the other.
Ballot reform woiildjkill the republican to its length; if his career is marked by the compliment and had told him she ™ec<1 ‘APHRODITINE”
30 a tn
il nu .. .7 • jo
party. The democratic parly is some much that is exceptional interesting, it would be glad to serve him at any time.
McMinnvi'Ie 10 13 am
Is S old on a
1013 a m Corvallw
12 25 pm
few thousands stronger than the repub is scarcely less marked by great industry Remembering this, he telegraphed the
m . p . m
News to every buyer of GROCERIES in McMinnville i'orvt.ll
Corvall'« a ... I 1 30
McMinnville 3 44 p m
McMinnville.. 3 5'2 p ml Portland........ ____
lican party but still their votes do not and serviceableness to his fellows.
fi *20 r p — ui
facts regarding his companions to the
to cure any
We have a
At Albany and (’or vail fa connect with tiaina
form of nervous
kind-hearted sefiora and asked her as
disease, or any
THE OKLAHOMA CRAZE.
sistance. Immediately came an answer
disorder of the
Express Train, Daily exropt Monday
Twelve thousand emigrants sailed for
Thirty thousand men are in a mad
___ saying that rhe would pay their exjiensett
the I’nited States last week from the
... .4 .‘»0
sex whether ar
.••••miiv lllf . .8
.ft 00 piu
rush upon ten thousand land claims in back to the City of Mexico. Her con
vile. . ti
45 am l Portland .......... 900
9 00 pu>
single port of Liverpool. What a surplus
ising from the
the relatively small section of Oklahoma descension cost her $3,000.
excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium i
Through ticket* to all point« South and East
we would have if there was a tariff on
which was ojiened for settlement on the
To Select From.
encc, Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakeful
poor to look at our stock, as it does when you look at Ticket offices. via
No. 134, corner Firstand Aid
ness Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal
Oregon: corner F and Front
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Noctuni !
goods with prices away up.
What is the reason of this crazy rival The Baptist College of this City S’5OO al Emissions, Leucorrhœa, Dizziness, Weak Mem-
A majorty of the people who are mak
l.ojpof Power and Impotency, which if ne-
E. H. KOGEK8,
ing the great rush into Oklahoma will let ry? The land in Oklahoma is no better
glecteiroften lead to premature old age and insan
You will feel rich when you see how much a little money will buy.
Ast G F A P Agt
ity. Price fl-00 a box, 6 boxes for $5.00 Sent by
their *300 binder stand out in the field
The beneficiaries of the estate of Al mail on receipt of price.
It is good news, because
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every $5.00
all winter or will haul it up to the house of the other government land still unpre bert W. Kinney, who died some years order,
the money if a Permanent
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
empted. A correspondent who has been ago, yesterday fiieil with the county clerk cure is to not refund
and make a chicken roost out of it .
effected. Thousands of testimonials
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
over it says it is, as a whole, “a fair their wri.ten consent th it the $2560 left cured
bv A phroditine . Circular free. Address
Remember Our Old Motto:
It has often been said that a Chicago faimer county—scarcely a good one.” It by Mr. Kinney to be Iplaced at interest
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
thief would steal anything from a safety is no doubt virginally rich in spots, but and tbe interest applied to mission work
We are not ashamed to sell them: you will not be ashamed to buy
pin to a red hot stove, or words to that it has neither roads, bridges, abundant of the Baptist convention of the ¿forth
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Sold by Rogers X- Todd, sole agents fo-
Satisfaction, because you got them at
effect, but a thief in New Orleans hss timber nor good water. What chance Pacific coast, should now be applied to McMinnville.
such bargain prices. When in doubt where to trade, call on
capped the climax by stealing two thou has any one except an experienced pio the McMinnville Baptist College, the
sand gallons of water from a man’s cis neer to make headway in such a place
failed.— Polk County Obserrer.
tern. Next!— Pioneer.
We have heard of men in this city
The probability is that a main cause of
What might have been a serfous acci
225 Miles Shorter—20 hours leas
who have given up the steal-in night tlie invasion is tbe fact that Oklahoma dent happened to young Charles '<!di-
time tliau h> au> other route.
has been a forbidden land to the whites. son near Webfoot on Tuesday. An ax
fell from its position in tbe woodshed, as
it^ FirKt cllM through pa-Bongcr and freight
The natural “eartb-nunger” of this race
The Ea»t Oregonian says: “The Orego is intensified bv an inhibition. Human he was passing in such a manner as to
line from Portland aud h I) points in the Wil
inflict a slight wound only on tbe side of
valley to and from Snn Fiancteco
nian still prints ‘(Dem.)' alter the New
nature, beginning in Eden, lias had a his head.
York Snn.” We cannot understand why
Thue S<*li<k<luhk (except SundavH).
Btrong craving for forbidden fruit. Tbe
Of all kinds of
Ix’ave Allmnv. 1:.*M) pm Leave Yaquina 6:46 ini
the Oregonian will persist in this untruth
mvstery of the country adds to its at
Ixave ('orvalliH 1:40 pm lxaveCorvallhl()*35 «tu
Ari ive Ympiinn 5:30 pni|Ar *ira Albany 11 ;l0 nut
Everybody wants what
For some time the press of this state eyerybody else is after.
O. A (’. trains connectât Albany and Cor-
have lieett anxious to know what to put
The above trains connect at Y aqvina with
There will be a sad awakening for
after the Oregonian. Wc suggest that
the Oregon Bevelo|xnmnt (’•’•. Line of Hleaui-
many of these eager “boomers.“ Wheat,
ahipK between Yaquina and San Francisco.
♦ ) be put after all political credits to the
even at 80 cents a bushel, does not fol
<lo my own Cutting, and Do Not Charge Profits on the (ioods.
low claimstaking without labor. Squat OTHIRSIIIV, MAY Ki. ISS!>.<>
Yaqrina ! ’ From
.. . » I ask
• pay for my work. Goods will be tele-
Rent is . i low, and a all that
Ifoi'dnliel 12th II-.
Wil lamette Val'y ì>ecember
The attention of the Pharisaic repub ters who have failed in Kansas or else
lican newspapers is pointedly called to where on the plains may succeed in the
- a i __ x
__ ette Val’y_______________
PRICES at least 10 PER CENT LOWER than any other tailor shop ) ir.
the fact that a Ballot-Reform Bill has “beautiful land,” but the chances are
The compnny reserve« the right to chuiig»
Bailing daten without notice.
been rejected, kicked und.-r the table
Pants, to order............................................ $ 7 00 to $10 00
N. IL— Passengers from Portland and all WI
and hooted at in the legislatures of those the old story of one Bticcess to ten fail
unit 11\ all.-v Points < an make close MM
tion with the* trains of the Y aquina H outk at
typical republican states. Maine and
Call and see Samples at F. Zirkels Shop, next to the Poslofiice.
Albany or CorvalliH, and if destined to San
Ohio. The average lepublican exliorter feet” to st«y away from, lor awhile yet.
Francisco, should arrange lo arrive at Yatpiina
the evening liefore dale of sailing.
is very anxious to reform sontebodv else,
.1 a RE Al STEAMSHIP.
but “does not want any reform in his.”
— .Vr>< 1.1,/,
Will iiiii between Portlaml and ('orvallfo as
The new and magnifi ed ocean steam-i
d leav« s Corva la* Mmi-
er City of Pa>i- arrive ! at New Yo'k on
do. W>-'iic-tla v :tii'i Itiilav. 8 ■ in.. !>■*«*•
M' . C cvchml while president paid ■ lie llih lost., <>n her fir-t trip, Laving j
and Saturday. (i a
Owners to Drive.
his fait- wiie evei lie went. Blaine ami m ide the voyage from Qncenstown in
if. South bound lbav<“4 Portland, Monday
V\ edno*dav ami Friday, (J a . in ; h aves S m I i iii ,
Harr.Min an* >I-:«i-li>a<lH, tliev took an tbe remarkable quick time i f 7 days, 11 !
Tin sday, Thursday an i Hatu*dav fi a. m
excursion on a guveinnieut light Louse hours, lilt minutes. It is believed tier
Passenger and freight intun ulua>s the low
For iiiloimation, a|q>lv to Me«<-r« Ht'L
temler the other day. Mr. Harrison lias speed will lie increased after a few more
a !ANA ( <). . Freight amt Th ket AgeiUs, 2(4J
no more rigl t to it; e government prop voyages have been made and her ma- j
an<l ‘Jir2 I roi l ttreet, Portland, Oregou; or
(’. (’. HOGUE,
erty th.ill the humblest citizen in the chine, v becomes a little worn. As it
Acting Gen’I. Fit.. A Pas-«. Agt.. Oregou Pa«-ili<
I’nited Slates. Cleveland was not a was, the vessel made 948 miles as her
It. It. Co , Corvul ifL Oregon.
H II AHWELL, Jr.,
dead-head. He refused the offer of fastest single day’s run. The Paris is a
Gen’I. Fit. A Pass. Agt., Oregon Hevelopmeut
special ears several times while in office younger sister to the City of New York,
Co., Montgomery street, San Franeiaco. Cal-
an<l paid for bis ride.
which was finished, and made her first
Side Bar Eliptic Spring. >Si de Bar Park Wagons,
A |iro]s)ait ion is on foot to found a | voyage last season. Both ships are sub-
TTo lì Platform
teaching of I I
____ , similar in size, construe-
Brewster Side Bar.
philosophy, ethics, and the history ot
Conditions same as above.
religion.” This is in part a reply of a
“ C oli mbi i Itivim R octk ."
practical nature to the question, Can water line, 525 feet; breadth, extreme,
morals be taught apart from religious 63*4 feet; and depth, moulded, 42 feet;
dogma? Mr. Wade, of Cleveland, pro- the gross registered tonnage being 10,500
posed to half endow such a school aliout tons. The vessels have very fine and
ten years ago, but the contingencies were graceful lines, and their beautiful ap
not met and the scheme fell through. pearance is in nowise impaired by the
Oregon Hacks. 4 Springs.: ¡And Oregon Half Platform Elegant Pullman Palace Cars.
For the new plan large endowments are clipper bows with which they are pro
Emigrant Sleeping Cars Hun Through
sets of triple expansion engines, and
Having Purchased direct rrom the Factory, in the East, and having
on Express Trains Io
In a letter to the World Donn Piatt they are supplied with twin screws, so
them shipped to me direct in Car-load lots, I am prepared to sell at
bring« a quite distinct charge of bribery that if one engine or propellor should be
LIVING AND LET LIVE PRICES.
against Senator Sherman, of Ohio. In come disabled, they can proceed with
substance, he states that he was a mem-
tier of the legislature which decided the already been found of great value.
senatorial contest between Sherman and
THE TWINE TRUST.
General R. E. Schenck ; that there was
at first a decided majority for Schenck ;
The fanners of this country seem to
And see for yourself in regard to prices. Do not forget the place, FKI'.E OF till ARRE asi . WITHOUT CHANO
that it melted away on Sherman’s ar be determined not to submit to the twine
Opposite McMinnville Hotel, McMinnville, Oregon.
Portland tor Han Fran
rival; that the cost of the melting pro I trust At the last meeting of the Che-
cisco and Puget Ko.,n<l point«
cess was |30,000, which was paid by Jay hulpuin grange, of Jefferson county, this
Cook A Co., and that “General Schenck state, the following resolutions were
A I iron Stoam-lupH leave Portland ami Sai.
bolds to Illis day proof of bon this cor passed:
tranrtnM every fi.nr (4) dayR, Mak
ing the trip in (4) honm.
ruption fund >■ as used.”
W hereas , There has been a home
trust formed, and binding twine ad
$|R oo | Steerage
Where is that “vigorous foreign pol vanced to an unreasonable price, there-
i Itountl 1 rip tinliinitril .
ELEBKATED REOifHOUL Á hú USESH u E
icy” which the republican organs prom 1 fore,
Retolted, That we, tire members of
ised the country as a result of Harrison’s Cheliulpnm grange, will not purchase
election? The British Lion’s lai! is still twine at the pro|s>se<l combination prices.
Reeolred, That we will not purchase
untwisted, after more than a month of
tor lurllirr particulars inquire of miv
twine bincers so long as twine is
or tlie Company or A I. Mazwe I, <1 ►> A
Blaine in the state department. Bis any
sold at combination prices.
marck has not been bullied. In fact, in
Rewired, Tl.at «e wdl hereafter pur
the instructions to the commission on chase our machinery from any company
*• U MAXWELL,
the Samoan difficulty Mr. Bayard’s p ,1- tliat will put binding twine on the mark
W H HOLCOMB.
icy is adhered to. Not even a fourth et at a reasonable price.
We further recommend that our state
class power has been insulted. This master correspond with all subordinate
lamldike behavior is decidedly not up granges on the subject, that they may
to the grizzly-liear advertisement.— Xev act in accordance with these resolutions.
The farmers of this county should do
something to protect themselves; either
Young Chester N. Dolph, son of Sena-! adopt the TEtErHONE-RKGisiER
_______ ’s Bug-
tor Dolph, is a student at Princeton col- gestion of not binding the grain or do as
lege, New Jersey. Feeling his keeping . above.
as a well fed, well clothed college scion, I
------ via the ------
he engaged with some of hiB chums in
Edison believes that tbe time is eom-
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of Cascade Division' now completed,
the Young America business of painting ing when transportation through tlie air
these SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest making it the Shortest, Best'
tlie town red. He and his companions will be as common as terrestial carriage,
were arrested and Young I>olph still not There will lie railroad lines in the air—
in the market. ALSO—A full line of C. M. Hend r-
satisfied, drew a revolver to shoot the or steamship lines more properly—trains
son & Co.'s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and Ttie Lining Car line. Tlio Direct Route.
officer, who struck him a severe blow on of convoy crossing the continent. He
Misses' Fine Shoes.
No Iielays. Fastest Trains. Low
the forehead with his club, which made sees but one drawback to the adoption of
est Rates to Chicago and all
him at once a far more serious man. j the practice, and that is the ease it will Combines the juice of the Blue Figs uf
points Fast. Tickets sold
to all Prominent Points
Oregon hoodlums sent East Jo college afford criminals to escape from any point California, so laxative and nutritious,
throughout the East and Southeast.
must behave themselves.— Portland where they have committed a crime. It with the medicinal virtues of plants
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
known to be most beneficial to the
i will not then be possible to intercept human system, forming the ONLY PER
Reservationscan be secured in advance.
them with wires as now. He thinks we FECT REMEDY to act gentlv yet
The phenomenal sales of “Robert Els
At Extremely Low Prices.
shall then see more crime. But Mr. promptly on the
mere,” “Mr. Barnes of New York” and
To Kalt Bound I'an.itrari.
Edison forgets that the inventions which
Be caeful and do not make a mistake
“Little Lord Fauntleroy” have attracted
wc owe to him and others enable us now
sure to take the
—AND TO —
attention, yet there is one book, issued
to detect and prevent crime quite as
from one publishing house, the sales of
Northern Pacific Railroad.
readily as when criminals could only es-
which quadruple all these taken togeth-
— SO THAT —
■ cajie on horseback or afoot. Science
see that your tickets read via
er. This book is the Bible. In the last
LINE, St Paul or Minneapolis, to
keel* apace of need and demand.
Requirements of a Stenographer. THIS
year the Bible society has sentout 1,326,-
avoid changes and serious delays occa
HEALTH and STRENGTH
sioned by other routes.
672 copies, and in the last seventy-two
The postal clerk, W, J. Hall, who has
TA Succeed as a stenographer, one must lx *c-
Tbrongh Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
|U curate in shorthand, skilled in type
years of its existence h is issued nearly I Ireen running on this sido has been fired Naturally follow. Every one is using it
writing, a good penman, a competent cor- on regular express trains full length of
,50,000,00? Bibles, or, Io lie more specific, and H Cooper appointed. Tbe fun of it an i all are delighted with it. Ask your
line. Beiths free. Ixwest rates
dmggiit for SYRUP Ob' FIGS. Manu
-PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE—
49,829,563 copies. At present their press is that the person appointed baa been a factured only by the
----- Keep« cor.ftanlly on band-----
THOROUGH TEACHING in shorthand, DAILY PRACTICE
es print 4000 copies a day. and the in- life long democrat and tbe republican
in type-writing, careful instruction in penman (¡eneral dfflre Of the
Company, No, 1'4 1
CALIFORNIA fIG SYRUP CO.,
ship and ABUNDANT DRILL in correspondence atnpl) First St., Cor WaablnKton, Fort laud. Or.
ereasing immigration indicates that still manager don’t know it or lie would never
S an F xanciscg , (' al .
qualify students for positions always open to those
larger demands will be made.
Biglie-t price paid tor fat cattle elieep boga fully prepared to fill them. Send for catalogue.
haVe got tbe position.
L v C tsvu it. K ..
N ew Y ork , N. Y
A D < HAKLTOX.
A. P. A rmstrong , P rin ., - P ortland , O regon .
A «st General Paweneer Agent
Southern Pacific Company’s Lines
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE!
Weare Just Whoopingtheni Out
The St Charles Hotel.
Prices Always Lower Than
Pullman Buffit sleepers,
The Celebrated French Cure,
THE GOODS ARE CHEAP!
THE GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE.
WALLACE & TÜOD,
C. D. JOHNSON
McMinnville Fair Ground,
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANY'S STEAMSHIP UNE.
TO THE FRONT I
F. ZIRKEL S TAILOR SHOP
The Best Assortment Ever Brought to the City !
Tlie Stock Consists of
For Yamhill Co. Horres.
Thirty inches wide are selling lively, and
why? Because their quality, finish and heau-
tiful figures commend them to every one.
They will be sold another week for 19 cents
Remember that QUALITY
not QUANTITY is the bargain indicator,
therefore I almost refrain
the splendid line just received, not as heavy
or quite so wide as the above, hut splendid
fop tear ¡¡ hipa fo
Bring on Your Nimble Dollars,
C. D. JOHNSON.
B uy £M H enderson
Per Yard. It is my earnest desire to please
especially those parties ordering from a dis
J • therefore
• -B » if they follow appended in-
struct ions, I will guarantee satisfaction
yards Satine, at
I have a full line of Bustle», Kid and Silk
Gloves, and Shetland Shawls; in fact any-
KIDNEYS, LIVER AND BOWELS thing to be found in a firstclass ( ieneral Mer-
Cleanse tns System Effectually, chandise store can be had
3d and B Sts., McMinnville, Oregon,
Irfan Pia: teli
All Meats of Best Quality.