The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, June 22, 1886, Image 2

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    WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
M c M innville , T uesday , J une , 22, 1880.
nine out of every hundred politicians in
both the great parties agree with him.
Hi' is right again in saying both parties
are really disgusted with civil service
reform, although neither has tlie cour­
age to Hav so.
The World—It is a poor argument to
say that cx-Banker Fish should be turn­
ed out of Auburn prison because a num­
ber of in in equally guilty with him in
the Marine bank and Grant and Ward
transactions are running at large. The
point is that the men who are equally
guilty should bo where Mr. Fish is, and
very naturally we inquire why they are
not.
Blade—There seems unfortunately but
little doubt that the life of ex-I’resident
Aruthur is rapidly diawing to a close.
The New York papers agree that he is
practically confined to his bed, that his
recent rides in a carriage have done him
more harm than good, and that his
friends have hopes of carrying him
through the summer, but the most san­
guine of them baldly hope for more
than this.
the Forty-eighth congress. If the re­
publicans do not lose any districts and
gain but 22 they will have a majority in
tlie next house of representatives. It
will not ba difficult to win this number
of districts.
In the full of 1884
seventeen democratic representatives
were elected by majorities below 5lM),
and ten with majorities between 500 and
1,500. In these tlie majority could nast­
ily be changed into a minority consider­
ing the prevailing dissatisfaction. The
seventeen majorities below 500 were
distributed us follows: California, 1;
Connecticut, 1; Illinois, 3; Iowa, 3;
Massachusetts,!; Michigan, 2; Ohio,
4; Tennessee, 1 : West Virginia, 1.
Those below 1,500: Indiana, 2; Ken­
tucky, 1; Louisiana, 1; Maryland, 1;
New Yoik, 2; Ohio, 2; Bennsylvania, 1.
On these 27 districts tho republicans
will have to concentrate their work.
Fourteen of them are in the west and
have a strong German vote. There
needs but to be a dear, emphatic state­
ment of what democracy lias failed to
do when it had tlie power, and a promise
of what shall bo done if tho republicans
are placed in control, to revolutionize
national politics
Apothecaries’ Iliiil
Aiid we propose to keep fit
Tlie crop outlook continues most
At this place you will find one ol
promising. The total area of spring
the
finest Drug Stocks in tbc
and fall wheat is now estimated at 39,-
¿>00.000 acres, about a full average. The
county, Geo. W. Bl llT is one
cables report that early d liveries fiom
of the most courteous and fair­
the Indian harvest are running nearly
twice as large as at the same time in
minded dealers in the business,
1885. The promise of a great home
and by his unvarying affability
crop, taken with this crowding of En­
and accurate preparation of family
glish markets with India wheat, gives
poor promise of remunerative prices for
medicines and prescriptions has
Ameiican farinera. The other cereal
won a reputation enviable in tin
crops appear to be faring pretty well in
extreme. He uses only the purest
nearly all sections. Rain has nearly
every where been greatly needed, and
drugs, and upon every article sold
in many sections the need has been im­
puts the Lowest trice fir which it
mediate and urgent. 'I lie Texas drouth
lias been terminated, at least in great
can be bought in this county.
measure, throughout the southern and
Remember the place. If you went
western sections of that state, though
a prescription filled promptly, ac­
the rain came too late in some parts to
save tho ciops and live stock from im­
curately, and at a place where you
portant definite losses. The Euiopean
can rely 141011 its being put up in
crops present a good average promise on
the continent, with a full acreage, but
an absolutely safe manner, go to
The present democratic majority of
the British Isles, with a good wheat
the house of representatives has demon­ THE LATE L IRE AT VANCOUVER, B.C. Geo. AV. Burt’s Prescription
acreage, indicate a poor yield.
strated its utter incapacity to do any­
V ictoria , B. C., June 19.—News from Drug Store, and you cannot fail to
Tho report of the grand jury at Seat­ thing in the way of legislation needed Vancouver is lieart-rending, l'ully 3000 be suited.
tle, Washington territory, makes revela­ by the country. Its members have de­ people are homeless and penniless. The
tions which seem incredible. That body, voted their time to a continual siege of looses will agiegate $8X1,000. A steamer
which found indictments against ten the White house in order to obtain offi­ loaded down with supplies contributed
Substantial. Cheap & Durable
leaders of the anti-Chinese riots,* de­ ces for hungry henchmen, and iiave by the corporation of Victoiia left to-day
clares that the evidence brought before shamefully neglected the business of the for the scene of the disaster. Among so
— — A :*(! is----
them of a convincing character that nation. The democrats have done those many the relief will be but temporary.
Just what is needed by every Farmer, as
things
which
they
should
not
have
done,
it is very convenient for fencing in sacked
• here exists a secret organization called
Collections will lie taken up in all the
By way of Big Nestucl
grain in the held, after th resiling.
the “ Red Ameiican International as tlie have neglected thoso things churches on Sunday.
—Manufactured by—
Workingmen's Association,” which is which they should have done. The tiade
Seven bodies have been found in the
Ocean Beach.
tinder the lead of anarchists, anil which depression from which the country has ruins, and identified by portions of the
G. IIUBBARI),
has lor its aim the overthrow of the gov­ been suffering for the. past three years, clothing. Four men who leaped over­
The above road has lieen placed in
ernment of the United States and the with its resultant strikes and labor trou­ board toescape the flames were drowned.
an excellent condition, and no better
establishment of a socialistic common­ bles, could have been largely modified A few frame buildings are being run tip
road to the ocean beach can be found
for
the
better,
bad
congress
but
given
wealth. The repoit declares that the
in the State
J. FUQUA,
on the ruins, but most of the sufferers
—
Executed
at
the
—
the
assurance
to
the
nation
of
the
stabil
­
Proprietor.
anti-Chinese agitation was selected as a
gaze
with
blank
despair
on
the
smoking
cover for this anarchist movement; that ity of certain economic conditions. Let embers of their once happy homes.
HO! FOR THE COAST!!
it was started on the Pacific coasts, and us look, says the Blade, for a moment at
THE
that it aims to secure control of the the case of The People vs. the Demo­
To-I)ay.
Knights of I.abor and all other other cratic Majority, in the house, and note
Little
Ncstiifta
Wagon Road
labor organizations, and to constantly the point in the plaintiffs’ complaint :
Is
the
Easiest
and
Best
on the coast.
foment strife and trouble between capi­ First the constant antagonism of the
Fine fishing, hunting, and the lovliest
democracy
to
our
protective
tariff,
cou
­
beach. Many of the tough points on tho
tal and labor, in order to further its in­
pled with the facts that that party has a
road have been cut off so that the road
fernal aims.
can be traveled much easier than here­
majority in the house, and that the re­
tofore.
D. E. EMMETT, Pro.
The total number of immigrants ar­ publican majority in the senate is very
rived in this country during April was small, has paralyzed enterprise among
49.158, ns against 40,294 for April 1885. our manufacturers. No sane man wish­
Of this number, 5794 were from En­ es to increase his investment in manu­
Onr material is all new anil we make a
gland and Wales, 7020 from Ireland, facturing industries that lie almost at
specially of printin '
the
mercy
of
their
inveterate
enemies.
All kinds of repairing done on short
1830 from Scotland, 11,844 from Germa­
notice Repairing of Guns, Pistols and
ny, 202 from France, 1079 from Austria, Not only is the democratic majority in
Sewing Machines a Specialty.
2(122 from II ungarin and Bohemia, 2205 the house opposed to the tariff, but the
Sewing
Machine
Ever
Built
Shooting Gallery
from Russia, Finland and Poland, 7947 democratic administration is its enemy,
Ill connection with the .-hop.
it f
Sold on the installment plan; to
from Sweden and Norway, 1294 from and lias lost no opportunity to weaken
suit
tlie
times.
tariff
protection
in
detail
as
opportunity
Hill Hirais.
Denmark, 002 iroin the Netherlands,
-WHO SELL—
4108 from Italy, 570 from Switzerland, has offered. The consequence is, the in­
Don’t Fail to See This Machine,
and 780 from all other conniries. This flux of foreign goods is facilitated, and
Stiitemcntx,
Eie.
total of 40,158 includes only those ro­ it is a startling fact that in the first four
ved al tho various custom ports of months of 188(1, our exports have
more, Boston, New Orleans, Now amounted to, in round numbers, $217,-
■hiladolphia, and San Francisco. 500,01)0, and our import* to $221,500,000,
Give us a Trial and we are Confident
York 37,005 were landed.— —leaving a balance against us of $4,000,-
we can Please you.
cent, aro estimated to have 000. Our net loss in gold to Europe
McCormick and Deering*
Canada, but 110 record is during these four months was $19,085,-
The entire number ar- 087.
Second—The competition of other
.0 month was about
Proprietor of
.’rain raising countries, especially of In­
O
dia, is steadily increasing, and our sales
passed "12 private of grain, even at low priées, are restrict­
All Kinds of
if the 9,125 nitro­ ed and slow, a heavy surplus being car­
ince file session ried over by our farmers from year to
Trucking and Delivering
Done to order. Constantly on hand, Mill
■is passed ami year. Y’et congress Jias been temporiz­
Feed, Flour, Wheat an.l Oats. Also, all
's, of which the ing in tlie matter of railway transporta­
kinds of >Vood, Shingles, Posts, Shakes, “Orphans’Home’’ Billiard Hall.
lirty-six pub­ tion, practically refusing to do its duty
Etc. All orders left with us for Stowe A
Ths Leader in Millinery
and take hold of the matter of exliorbi-
Brower s lumber yard promptly attended
bills.
to.
A Strictly
taut rates and unjust discriminations, as
i HAIR WEAVING and STAMPING.
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
it should do—the result being, that a
TEMPERANCE RESORT,
Opposite Grange store, MeMinnvile, Or.
Orders left with Rogers it Todd, at Citv
western farmer lias practically to give
Drug Store, promptly filled.
ltf. Some good(?) church members to
tlie
two bushels of grain to get the third to
I
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contrary notwitlintanding.
market. At tho present low prices of
grain, ruin is staring our agricultural
Tin Inulin- Hold of Miuiiillle.
communities, west of the Missouri, in
$1 and $2 House. Single meals 25cts.
j fallen the face, mid congress will not lift a fin­
Third Street, between E and F,
“Orphans’ Home” Tonsnrial Parlors. Fine
Sample rooms for Commercial Men.
nisterna- ger to id them.
McMinnville, Oregon.
nsects are
The
Only
First
Class,
Bln. —Tlie fall in the price of silver
I.r I’. NILTAER. Prop.
CI)
bullion continues, the difference between
And the only parlor-like shop in the
1 be
and the silver dollar in real val­
Dr. G. F. TUCKER,
city. None but first-class
Portland evi- ue grows greater; yet congress allow*
First-class accommodations for Com­
workmen
employed.
an they have the silver coinage to continue, increas­
DENTIST.
mercial men and general travel.
First Door South of Yamhill County McMINNXlLLE
Jose a ticket lor ing tlie amount of standard dollars, and
Trancient stock well eared for.
-
-
OREGON.
Bank Building,
Office
—
Two
doors
cast
of
Bingham's
bringing us steadily nearer the time
Everything new and in First-Class Order
furniture store.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
Laughing Gas administered for painless
Batronage respectfully solicited.
.ruction in the United when ii the absence of an international
extracting.
1
double-standard agreement, we shall
CD
w.is 3.190'.. miles of
H. H. WELCH.
drop to a 70-cent dollar standard of val­
MINNVII.I.E
uuK.ug the aggregate mileage
Littlefield & Calbreath,
ues, with a shock that will bring ruin to
ted Slates at tho cominenci
e~$-
thousands,
and
e*]>ecially
be
a
detri
­
1888, 128,54>9 miles.
ment to tit* wage-workers of the
I
M c M innville .t L afayette , or.
(Successor to J. B. Rohr,)
country.
PRESS FLASHES
I I' t'albreath. M. I), office over Yamhill
l'ourth—The democratic majority in
Countv |: ,nk. McMinnville. Oregon
Plain
and
Ornamental
Painting
T
M. I), office on Main
lie Herald—Both of the great politi- the house has not the economic discern­
I ¡streit
street, Lafnyctte,
Oregon.
c .1 parties are pledged to revise the ment nor the patriotic sense to do what
and
Paper
Hanging.
Cor. Third & I) Sts., McMinnville.
tariff, The democratic party in the lies in the power of congress to vivify
clearest language is pledged to free raw our commerce. The Bourbon policy of
material* and lower duties on necessa­ discriminating against our ocean carry­
N. W. Cor. Second and B Sts.,
PROPRIETORS.
ries. Po party pledges mean anything, ing trade will apparently bo maintained
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
A share of tliis public patronage is re-
or are they simply made to deceive the so long as the democrats have power to
To Purchase
The Best Rigs in the City. Orders spcctfully solicited.
do
so.
and
the
people
of
the
country
are
May
lie
found
at his office when not ab­
people?
promptly attended to, day or night.
1ml
At Greatly Reduced Prices,
to lie Kept from recouping their losses
sent
on
professional
business.
The
Simp—Rohr’s old stand, McMinnville, Or.
The Herald—This attempt to fling dirt from the decrease 111 our grain export*
upon Secretary Iaimar in the matter of
and the injury to our industries through
telephone scandal ought, we should
the hostility to the tariff by the develop-
From
think, to convinco the president that he of our foreign commerce.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
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cannot afford any longer to maintain
Congress has it in its power to give a
• hat connection between his administra­ strong impulse to the business of the
McMinnville, Oregon.
The Milliner.
tion and the pan-electric telephone ino­ country by patriotic, pro|>er, intelligent
Office at residence on I) street 411
pie, which, without his fault or knowl­ legislation. So long as there is a Bour­ Third St. bet. D & E, McMinnville, ltf
'■■1’1'Pimiptlyansuen.dd.ivornight.mI
o
edge, enme about as soon as he entered bon majority in either house, the wheels
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the White house.
D-
F. W. F exto *.
of progress will be locked. The people
Tho Tribune—By far the most idiotic should consider tluse things, and de­
FENTON A- FENTON,
performation of (ho allied anti-Blaine termine whether it pays to keep the de­
—
Dealers
in
—
ATTORNEYS
JLT LTV vV,
press is their painfully fruitless attempt mocracy in power. There is a wide
McMinnville,
Oregon.
to create a rupture between Mr. Blaine spread feeling of disgust with the do-
I- ! F. I YET TE, OREG OA'.
lu the City.
Who is now burning a kiln
and tho republicans of his state. If nothing characteristics of Bourbonism.
Olttre-Ncar th.
,t. oime.
they keep on in this way they will nom­ and the congressional elections this fall
inate Mr. Blaine on the first lullot in the will show this clearly. A* time goes on
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND ! !
( has. M. Talmage,
next national convention.
the probabilités of a republican majority
The Best in the State.
And will be ready to take them from
The Sun—The civil service law Gen. in the next house grow brighter.
the kiln in about 12 days
Is prepared to furnish music for all oc­ Ihal l.siiilc and Insurance Agent.
Butler correctly characterizes as a hum-
The present democratic majority in
casions at reasonable rates. \ddrX
HUSSEY’S OLD STAND.
ig »ml «client, and here again ninety- the house is 13, which is less than in
;
i.n"
Attract* a spec-
N. J. ROWLAND.
ut
-dti. t. Electing attended to promptly.
-■l-i.i'— Manager. McMinnville.
Ufliee—Manning’» Building, :id st.
i
by constantly adding to our alrcndy huge
stock of Di ngs, Medicine Stationery, hie.
everything in onr line of usiness that can
be called for.
Physicians will find onr stock complete
in every respect.
Remember that we make a specialty ot
Prescriptions, and we are recoiling them
from ail parts of the comity, and are idling
them at the lowest possible price.
ROGERS & TODD,
\\
I load
TELEPHONE OFFICE
Neatly,
Quickly,
Cheaply.
Carl Weber,
The (»111 isini 1 li.
The Cheapest Goods
go
in the World.
0
>
O“1
$
J. J. COLLARD,
BINDERS and MOWERS
Io. I Eiy feti d M h.
HODSONS’.
.Ill’s II. P. STUART,
bd
K
$
»
St. Charles Hotel,
Henderson Bros. Props.
K
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Chas. L. Bergevin,
Physicians & Surgeons,
O'Q
WANTED!
One
Thousand
Millinery
Ladies
Fancy Goods
H. \ . V. Johnson M. D.
Lcgan Bros. & Henderson,
BRICK! BRICK?
Miss F. E. RUSS,
Old Reliable Yard
C-. E. DETMERINC-.
Tlie Mug
A. C. Saylor !
Groceries and Provisions.
CUSTER POST BAND.
Bedrock Brices*
S. A. Young, M. I),