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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1890)
novel in her costume that possibly her
husband made it.
Ten years ago there was only one city
Secretary Windom is the one solitary
Count Tolstoi’s critical condition of
in tlie country tliat had a population of ■ member of the cabinet who opposes Mr.
HARDING & HEATH. Publishers.
a million—New York. This year the 1 Blaine’s reciprocity scheme. All the health lias lieen brought about by his
census records three such cities—New j rest and the president too, are heartily aversion to physicians, it is stated, and
York, Chicago and Philadelphia. Two i in favor of it and are doing all they can his persistent refusal to let any of them
subscription bates .
or three foreign nations have larger , to make friends for it in congress. But perscribe for him. One cannot always
Oae Copy, per year, inadvance................. $2 00 cities than these, but no one nation as yet it is by no means certain that escape illness by that method.
<>ze Copy, six month, in advac,............. I 00 with the exception perhaps of China, congress will adopt it. A very promi
Judge Thurman finds no relief from
can boast of three cities with a popula nent democrat said to-day, “If the re his rheumatism, and continues as great
a sufferer during the warm weather as
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville tion of a million each. London has publicans threw away the grand oppor
4,000,000 [icople and jxissilily Liverp«x>l tunity they now have of benefitting the he was in the winter months. He rides
Oregon, as second-class matter.
has a million, but no other city in the country by bringing alxnit reciprocity out but rarely, owing to the excrucia
T he advertising R ates of T xf . T ele queen’s domain has reached the figure. with the Latin American countries, ting pain which invariably follows the
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in Paris, witli its population of alxiut 2,- reciprocity will lie made the rallying exercise.
consideration the circulation. Single 300,000 is the only city having 1,0<H»,000 cry of tlie democratic party, and mark
George Bancroft, the historian, is re
inch, $1 .00; each subsequent inch, $.75.
Special inducements for vearlv or «enii- people in Frame. Berlin has a popula my words, it will sweep the country ported, in a special to the New York
tion of alxiut 1,500,000but it is th«- only- like a hurricane." “Will you take Mr. Mail and Expret#, to lx- seriously ill,
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A ll C ommunications M ust 1> f . S igned B y city iu Germany tliat has passed tlie Blaine for your candidate?” he was and on account of his age, it is feared
the person who sends them, not for pub million point. The only “millionaire” asked. “There are plenty of worse men
that he will not recover. Should he
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good city in Austria is Vienna, which claims than Jim Blaine,” was the significant survive till October 3, Mr. Bancroft
faith. No publication* will be published alxiut 1,300,000 people. St. Petersburg reply. If I was at liberty to use this will lx* 90 years old.
unless so signeil.
which in 188.3 had 930,000 inhabitants, gentleman’s name it would create a
The complete flame of Mary Ander
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J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xecuted surely lias more than 1,000,000 now. sensation in the political world.
son’s husband is Antonio Fe: nando
at reasonable rates Our facilities are Moscow is nearly as large. These, how
People who live in glass houses should Navarro de Vianu. It is related that
the best in Yamhill county and as good
«* any in the state
A complete steam ever, are tlie only considerable cities in lx- extremely careful alxiut slinging Pedro Navarro, one of his progenitors,
plant insures quick work.
tlie czar’s dominions. Alxiut the Asiat bricks around. It now turns out that
participated in the siege of Grenada,
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A ookess A lt . C ommcsicatioxs . E ither Eon ic cities there is little definite informa U. W. Smiley, formerly an employe of and in 1483 accompanied Columbus on
tlie editorial or business departments, to tion as regards population. Tokio has the fish commission, and at present
his second voyage to America.
T he T elepkoxe -R egistkr , McMinnville, 1,500,000, and possibly among the great
special agent forth«-collection of fishery
General Sherman, in a speech at the
York Normal college the other
S ample J’opiEs O f T he T elephone -R egis people, iiut it is doubtful.
whose charges of nepotism and other
ter will be mailed to any person in the
Europe, with its population of nearly violations of law Fish Cominissiouer day, advised his fair hearers to be
United States or Europe, who desires one,
free of charge
350,000,01X1, has but five cities over a McDonald is being investigated by a young as long as they could, anil lx- ill
no hurry to marry. He then added epi-
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W e I nvite Y ou T o C ompare T he T ele million people, while the United States senate committee, is himself guilty of a
gramatieally: “The woman loves a
phone -R e «; ister with any other paper with less than onc-fiftli her |xipulation most glaring case of nepotism. He lias
manly man; the man loves a womanly
published in Yamhill county.
appointed his son, an incompetent boy
According to tin- figures of Census just 20 years old, to be a field agent for woman.”
All »ubicribere who do not receive their Superintendent Porter, the United his division of tlie census bureau. They
Lady Verney, who is now living in
paper regularly will confer a favor by im States has a population of 64,500,000, a
her old age near London, was once a
mediately reporting the fame to tliif office.
gain of between fourteen and fifteen
The democrats of tlie house are wor warm friend of Lord Byron, of whom
million in ten years.
rying the republicans a good deal by she has many entertaining reminis
Thursday, July 10, 1890.
Russia alone of all the countries in asking to be shown in what manner the ciences. She is a pretty, little gray
Eurojie exceeds this, With the same new rules have expedited business. To haired lady, and is best known to the
MORE REPUBLICAN SENATORS. ratio of increase as prevailed for the day ends the fiscal year and yet only- world probably from the fame of her
past decade, the United States will in two of the regular annual appropriation noted sister, Florence Nightingale.
The senate in voting to admit Wyom
1900 have a population of over 80,000,- bills—army and military academy—are
When the Duchess of Portland was
ing and Idaho have perpetrated an in
laws, while every one of them should offered by her husband a costly neck
iquity upon the halancc of the states of
This census «x%asioned many sur lx- available at the opening of the fiscal lace of rare stones on the occasion of
San Francisco was thought to year, which begins to-morrow. The the birth of her little daughter she de Four Monster Railroad Trains! Sixty Double Steel
At the the election of 1888 Wyoming
Cars Required for its Transportation.
contain 350,000 and the census gives but others stand as follows: Agricultural, clined the gift and suggested that the
cast 18,010 votes anil Idaho 16,013. The
twenty-third assembly district of this
OVER 1,000 Men, Women, Horses. Our Galaxy of Areiiic Stars Em
city contains more iters than the pros this means an increase of over 6,(XXl a diplomatic, in i-onferenee; District of to the building of an almshouse on the FOUR CIRCUS RINGS in Simultan braces 12 Lady Bareback Eques
Columbia, just reported from confer
eous operation. Immense Hippodrome trians I 22 Male and Female
pective state of Wyoming, which will
The claims to greatness of Los Ange ence; fortification, in conference; In tenants.
Track Inclosing all.
be entitled to two senators. There is
Dr. Hans Meyer, the brilliant mount
hardly a congressional district in the les and Oakland also suffered. Instead dian, passed house, now in senate eom-
11 Aerial and 11
15 CLOWNS 15
!» MALE 9
north that does not east mon- votes than of 70,lXXi the city of tlie Angels counts mittee; legislative, in conference; naval, ain explorer, and the only one as yet to 2, 4 & 6 Horse Riders.
Gymnasts and Specialists
reach the tops of the two summits of
these two territories together |xilled at
There are surprises in other directions just reporteil from conference and Kilima-Njaro, thougli forty-live Euro Troupe of Royul Japanese, Troupe of Sahara Araliy, Troupe of Bicycle Riders,
the last congressional election.
Troupe of Oriental Jugglers, Famous Wrestlers, Champion Boxers.
And yet Nc • York state, with thirty- too. Portland shows up as the second agreed to by senate; river and harbor, peans had visited tlie mountains lx-fore
four representatives, has only two sena I city of tin-coast, with a population of passed house, now in senate committee; him, is preparing to visit Africa for the
general deficiency, not yet reported by fifth time. He will try to reach the top Realistic Revival of the Sports, Pastimes and Contests of the
tors and Wyoming and Idaho will each
Ten years ago St. Louis was only house committee on appropriations. It of Mt. Kenia, Africa’s second highest
have as many. It is an outrage not
Ancient ROMAN HIPPODROME. Introducing on its Vast
only upon all the other statist in the 150,(XXI behind Chicago and was Ixiast- is not a g«xxi showing for tin- work done mountain.
Track Sixty Thoroughbred Horses and Ponies.
Union, but upon the majority of the ing tliat she would overtake the Lake in the house this year.
Louise Michel,the Parisian anarchist,
President Harrison has signed the is tired of trying to improve the public
60 Male and Female Boy and Girl Jockeys.
people that these small aggregates of City by 1890. That year has come and
people settled in western wildernesses now St. Louis is over 600,000 behind, dependent pension bill, and the pension affairs of France, and will come over
and Chicago lias entered the lists with I office lias issued a pamphlet of instruo
Tin- most Exhilerating and Pleasant Event of a Lifetime will lx- to
should be clothed with all the powers
and found a colony of nihilists in this
Witness our Magnificent
and dignities of statehood. There must Philadelphia for th«- place of second | tions to applicants under it. Alxiut 450 country, she says. Of course she will
city of the Union. The census super additional clerks will be required to do
come times when the |xipuiar will as
settlejn Chicago, which will not lie apt
visor of Chicago telegraphs that the city tlie work created by this law.
expressed in the house is thwarted by j contains
to readily forgive her for not founding
1,085,000 people. Philadelphia
The senate, by a party vote, passed her colony in time to have it counted
states having more senators than repre
only claims 1,050,000.
tlie bill admitting Wyoming as a state, in Chicago’s population.
But the question of superiority Ix-- witli the woman suffrage constitution
The vote in the two houses on the tween cities amounts to nothing. The
The newspapers in Vienna have the
1,000 Rare Animals.
15 Open Ileus.
silver bill is a case in point. Moreover nation as a whole has gone ahead mar
report that the czar has had a serious
To-day the tariff bill was called up in
it has been the sad experience of tlie velously, and no nation in the world
1 tlie senate lint the debate did not begin, quarrel with his brother, Grand Duke
A MUSEUM OF LIVING WONDERS !
i-ountry that corruption is easy in these can lirag over the Unitisl States now.
Alexis. The grand duke is at the head
and probably will not until next week,
distant new communities, ami that
of the marine administration, and has
as it is likely tliat the senate will, in
purchased scats in the senate an- not
offended tlie czar by urging the neces
I honor of Inde]iendence Day, adjourn
sity for wholesale reforms to put an end
From th«- Circus Grounds. Thrilling Ballixtn Ascension and Parachute.
But the republican party will not 'The prompt call for pro|xi»al.» for hid»
to the waste and extravagance which
<•ea.se its hunt for senatorships merely
now characterizes the navy.
A .Jump from the Clouds to tlie Earth
scheme lias been changed somewhat by
to prevent the commission of a political | the advantage of having the plan for
vessels originate with the navy depart the house committee on banking which
crime.—New York World.
is government supervisor of education Doors Open at 1 and 7 p. m.
Performance One Hour Later.
ment instead «if witli congress. Under will shortly favorably report it to the
WILL IT BE WAR’
, the system by which congress author
The Blair educational bill has ob or reservation in the most primitive
ized a vessel of given class, cost and
There was never a time ill the worlds tonnage, appropriated a given amount tained a new lease of life. It was introj way, traveling from one Indian village
history when so many men were under of money and allowed tlie navy depart duce in the house last winter by Repre to another on horseback or in a “prai
arms as at the present, and the outlays ment to design a ship that would fit the sentative Cheatem, of North Carolina, rie schooner.” She deliberately prefers
in the way of preparation for war are outline and cost, long and vexatious and referred to the committee on edu this life to the social success which a
probably actually larger to-day than at delays were unavoidable. When the cation where it quietly slumbered until woman of her talent and culture might
any time prior to the last half-century navy department can present tin- plan last Friday, when that committee de command.
during the periods of either |x-aee or of a ship for the approval or disapproval cided to favorably report it to the house.
Van Merlen, the Dutch general, who
war. Germany, at the request of the of congress, with an estimate of cost, It will have» very slim chanceof being was at tlie battle of Waterloo, lias made
emperor, will add fifty thousand men there is likely to lie far less delay in called up nt this session even if it gets an appeal to the Dutch Waterloo veter
to its already large army. The British putting the navy on a strong footing. on the calendar.
ans to celebrate the seventy-fifth anni
government is greatly strengthening its The 5,500-ton and the8,100-ton cruisers,
Tlie house committee on judiciary versary of tlie battle. Seven veterans,
coast defenses. Russia is increasing its for which contracts have just lieen let, goes one I tetter than the senate on the the youngest of them born in 1795 and
navy and constructing railroads for were authorized nearly two years ago. “original package” question, when it the eldest in 1793, have answered the
strategic purposes. Moreover, the czar The bill authorizing the ships on which decides, ns it has just done, to rejxirt a appeal. Six of them state that they
has ordered all Germans and Austrians bids are no»v called was signed within substitut«- for the senate bill making are in want of assistance, which tney
to leave the Polish provinces of Russia. a week, it is probable tliat the bidding imported liquors subject to the laws of ’ will of course receive.
Even little Denmark has lieen purchas on th«- three vessels will lie close and the state in which they are sold, which
Mrs. Dr. Spencer, of Bourbon, Ind.,
ing heavy long-range guns; and so it is spirited. They are the largest and places all articles of trade in the same is fifty-four years old and has been ten
all over Europe. The army of the re .strongest ships yet authorized for the boat in which the senate bill puts in times a bride. Her maiden name was
public of France is sustained liecause American navy, and $4,000,009 lias lieen toxicating liquor.
Emma Lyon, and she was born in
the French people, almost without ex set a« their limit of cost.
After a long and unaccountable delay Chautauqua county, N. Y. At the age
ception, are desirous of revenging them
the conferees on the silver bill have i of sixteen she married Nelson Drake a
selves upon their German enemies
lieen ap]xiinted. They are Senators I carpenter.
Ik-fore she was eighteen
whenever a g«xxl chance of doing so is
Sherman, Jones and Harris and Repre ■ she was left a widow witli one daughter,
R. P. Earhart has lieen confirmed
afforded them. The conditions are
sentatives Conger, Walker and Bland. now Mrs. Burke of Peru, Ind. She
such that when a war does take place collector of customs at Portland, vice
The acme of absurdity in tlie ]iension next married a man named Rolx-rts, of
in Europe—and it seems to tie the opin
line was certainly reached when Repre • whom little is known. At the age of
ion of German military men tliat an Abram's time, the four years for which sentative Connell, of Nebraska, intro • twenty she married her third husband,
appeal to arms cannot lie very long de he was apjxiinte«!, has 18 months yet to duced a bill (by nspiest ) in the house - Dr. Maryette at Indianapolis. Four
layed—it will be a war of tremendous run.
providing for a pension of $4, $8, $12 ! years later Dr. Maryette died, the issue
Why Mr. Earhart should lie crowded
proportions, in which several millions
and $15 per month, according to age, to > of the marriage being four children. A
of men will tie engaged on either side.
all living ex-slaves. This remarkable ‘ man named Ballard was her next litis-
And in which, if the fighting lie carried service law is extant we are not aj>- bill also provides tliat each of these ex ■ band. Ballard died and she married
on in proportion to tlie size of the arm prised. It may lx- al! right. Mr. Ab- slaves between the ages of sixty and I Dr. Vaniden in Kokomo, Ind., two
ies the loss of life must be quite without ; rams may have been “removed for seventy shall rewive in addition to the ■ children being bom to them. In 1876
. cause” other than a politk-al one; if so
pension, 8.31X1 and those over seventy, , she was again a widow anil married
the public ought to know it. If Mr.
When it came
Abrams lias been derelect in duty or
AMERICA vs SOU TH AMERICA.
Strawhacker’s time to go she married
abused his position for partisan pur-
The exposures of the manner in ' [loses then he ought to go, but if not,
William Moore of Peru, Indiana. A
which American made agricultural im | if lie lias done his duty (and we have
Julia Ward Howe’s writing is very divorce released her from Moore and
plements are sold in South American never heard of any complaint) then the difficult to read. Her literature g«x-s to she married a man named Thomas.
countries, by the New York HWd is party lias made an egregious blunder by the printer wholly unshaded, and with The Thomas attachment did not last
the best argument against the tariff his removal.— Koerburfi Plaindralrr separate letters often twirled out of long, and in 1884 she was captured by
made by any newspaper. The IU<»-M (ffep.)
a retired farmer named Cunningham,
procured copies of a newspaper which
General Longstreet is talked of who although rich was divorced on the
prints both American and Spanish «sli
Chicago will take rank as the second strongly as the republican candidate for ground of non-support. The divorce
tions and reproduced the advertise city in tlie United States in population, governor of Georgia, but his friends be was granted in 1885 and in July of tliat
ments which were inserted in the Span with 1,085,000; Philadelphia falls to a lieve that he would decline the nomi year she married another farmer named
ish edition alongside of a fae-siniile of close third, with 1,040,450; Brooklyn not nation.
Spencer, who had himself been married j
the advertisements hy th«- same dealers far behind with 930,670; and St. Louis
eight times. Spencer died in 1888 and I
Mrs. Jeness-Miller’s dress-reform cru
in the American edition. It is pre probably next, though far below, with
in 188!» she was married to Judge Z. O.
sumed that American manufacturers 44O,tKM*. Minneapolis, according to the sade has not lieen successful in London Boulton, of Marshall county, Ind. She
can afford to sell their g«xxls to the count, has nt last fairly outstripped its
was awarded a decree of divorce from !
American farmer as cheap as they do rival, St. Paul, having 185,000 to St. vided in her own mind as to tlie final Judge Boulton at the last term of the
to the South American farmer.
Paul's 138,000—though these figures are
Marshall Circuit Court and her name
Dr. Seelye who lias been connected changed to Spencer.
If they can they do not. The fol in either case far below what the twin
with tlie Amherst faculty for over
lowing prices are taken from th«- ad- cities of Minnesota claimed,
thirty years and has been president of; SHILOH’S Vitalizer is what you need for
vertisement-s. They represent the same
constipation, loss of appetite, dizziness and
machine anil the prices in the two
The Bradstreet liicrehantik- agency tin- eolleg«- for fourteen has been com-; all symptoms of dyspepsia; price 10 and 75
cents per lmttlc. Sold by Rogers Bros.
has just issued its semi-annual report of lielled, by ill health to resign.
Spanish American failures throughout the United States
S18.no and Canada, and shows failures lor tin- the qu«?en, Mr. Mainwaring having
x.oo past six months to have been in the lieen placed on tlie retired list with a
05.00 United States 5,466 against 5,918 last pension. < ’oaehmeu «-oine and coach
Is S old on a
25.00 year; assets, 30,035,116 against $32,803,- men go but Victoria goes on forever.
< uinming feed-cutter
!O.00 !»4O last year; liabilities $62,667,960
The last member of Napoleon's
Ann Arbor cutter
Ann Arbor cutter. No 2 10.00
Canada had 869 “Grand Army” is now in an asylum at
28.00 against $67,411,711.
form of nervous
18.00 failures this year against 720 last year;
Reggio, Italy. He is an Italian named
disorder of the
.-».no assets $3,610,172, last year $3,324,613; Lino; born ill 1785, and is probably the
gans of either'
00.00 liabilities $7,224,000, last year $7,28.3,771.
only survivor of Jena and Friedland.
sex whether ar-
from the ________
ill accordance witli tlie request of the excessive use of Stimulant«, Tobacco or Opium,
A spasm of virtue lias struck in on
Homer E. Newton, one of the most
through youthful indiscretiou, over iudulg
Spokane Falls, and every device is I m ?- prominent fanners of northern Ohio, protectorate, America, Germany and or
encc, Xc., such as Loss of Brain Power. Wakefur
Bearing down Pains iu the Back, Seminal
ing trieel to hunt out and punish tlie died recently at his home in West ;
Weakness, Hysteria, Nervous Prostration Nocturn
erring. Tin* latest and most novel Richfield. Three weeks ago, on a wa- ! Conrad Ceher Keraub for post Chief al Emissions, Leucorrhcea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
Loss of Power and Impotency. which if ne
means pursued is for a good looking ger, lie ate twenty-six hard boiled eggs justice of Samoa. Appointee is now ory,
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
ity. Price $1.00 a box. 6 boxes for $¿>.00 Sent bv
jxiliee officer to go around the city lur at a meal. His stomach and bowels re assistant judge in Stockholm.
mail on receipt of price.
ing big fat women to sit on his lap in fused to perform their functions and
Mrs. Rider Haggard at tlie last “draw A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every $5.00
order, to refund the money if a Permanent
order to testify against their character. j medical aid was unavailing. He lin- ; ing-room” attracted much attention by cure is not effected. Thousands of testimonials
from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
Why he should pick out “big fat wom | gered in terrible pains for three weeks j her beautiful dress of gray and white cured
bv A pjiroditine . Circular free. Address
en” is a conundrum, unless on the without food. He was known through- i satin, trimmed with butterflies of gold ,
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
principle of the Hoosier schoolmaster out the entire country as a breeder and a huge butterfly forming the front off
to “git a plenty while you're a gittin.” j importer of fine cattle. He leaves a ! the Ixxiiee.
Her petticoat was gold j
Bros , sole aerents for Me-
i brocade. I here was so much tliat was I Minnvii'i-
I have purchased the
M’MINNVILLE--- |||| V 0Q
TUESDAY, JULI £8
Galloway & Goucher
Warehouse, in McMinn-
ville, and it will be
KO BI SON’S
Great Worlds Exposition
THOROUGHLY RE FITTED
And put in good order in
time to receive grain. All
Attention will be paid to
the wants of the Farmer,
and I solicit a share of the
GREAT - SHOWS JU
O. O. HODSON
Has lieen appointed ageut for
This is not a New Machine, having
been in use in this county
for eight years.
The Sickle Bar
is not jointed, therfore will not
; cramp, but will run in any position.
Is Fully Warranted
and any casting showing a «lefect
will lie replaced free of charge.
Extras are also Kept on Haod.
We have a full stock of
STOVES AND RANGES,
TRIUMPHAL SPECTACULAR STREET PAGEANT!
on which we enn give you bargains.
Grand Free Exhibition Each Day!
of all kinds done in the most work
T’IIPE, HOSE, ETC.
always in stock.
O. O. HOBSON.
The Celebrated French Cure,
Red Front Grocery
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
and Library Lamps
Ever Brought to the city.
Fine Teas and Coties a special
ty; Roast Coffee ground free of
«•barge. Goods delivered tree to
ony part of the city.
J. H. HENDERSON. Prop.
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Notice of Appointment of Admin
Notice j« hereby given that the under-
*ugned have been by the county court of
\ ainhill county, Oregon, duly appointed
joint adminiatrator« of th e«tale of Wil
liam I . Perkin«, «iecease«!. therefore all
persons having claims against said estate
are hereby notified and required to present
the same to the undersigned at North Yarn
bill. Oregon, properly verifir«! within -ii
month* from the «late hereof.
Dated thi* 10th dav of June. IS«»
GEO W. PERKINS,
X. If. PERKINS.
Joint administrators of paid estate
F. \V. i enton, attorney fur estate
June U 23.