The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, August 19, 1887, Image 2

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    vaults’’ as our Bellevue correspondent
says of the Deuiooiatic party? O ver
lour millions with a small tax ought
^The Offioiil Democratic Paper. A paper published in Lafayette makes with the |16,000 surplus make quite a
!
Wlien I nay that-----
the remark that tho people of Yamhill , sum for building purposes. The total '
have
already
paid
oat
tho
sum
of
$26,000
I
|
wealth
of
Marion
county
is
$4.957,360
ÏI. L HEATH................Fuhll.lier.
(•>r county buildings. Of course they ! ' just 1)18,6119 moro than Yilmhill, and be- i
lid, Lafayette did not. The reason that i sides ftlie has better advantages for that :
tho.«a building* cost $26,000 was that la­ wealth. Tae eapitol city being in that ’
bor and material cost more then than county gives better inducements for cap- ; Have the most complete tailor shop on the
.Ttys week we give to the readers now. At tho present pi ices those build­ ital to go there. The wealth of Yamhill I
of this paper a new feature which we ings put up new would not cost $10,000 is just what she has made by slow i
think will meet your approbation. both jail und courthouse. Lafayette growth and natural advantages. Ini
Every week we will publish the cut would like tn have $20,000 expended up- point of fact she is farther advanced, ex-I
ou thoso buildings ; not new ones erect­ cept in county seat and buildings, than !
and biography of or.eOf the leading ed but the oli! ones repaired ; the reason any other county ill the state excepting
men of the country. Look out for hext la that they would still have their shrine Multnomah. If those buildings arc go- ;
-------NONE BUT-------
issue. It will be full tff inteH'st. left. It appenra to us so, at any rate ing to be a standing “ad” in such an ad-|
The cut this week represents the frbin flieir persistant efforts to have vertising medium aa Lafayette, a place {
democratic nominee for govenor of thoso buildings stay and stand as they without any circulation (of the life cur. I
aro with $20,000 tv.Jrth of improvements. rent) we advise the removal of the coun­
Ohio, Thomas E. Powell. It is a Yamhill in 1885, by rdferring'U statistic», ty seat—not the buildings—to some town
faithful likeness of the future* gov­ ha I 2,"51 legal voters, and certainly it where there is Some energy and go
ernor.
har at least 3,000 now, according to the ahead. The county advertised in euch
------- IX THE
growth of McMinnville, Newberg, Day­ a medium as Lafayette will bring in n
ton and other towns, excepting Lafay­ per cent of gain on the wrong sid<r(a
ette of course. If a person calculating gain of loss.) The total taxable proper- j
tho growth of the county should calcu­ ty in Multnomah county is $18,761,010,1
late in propoition to the increaso of La­ a little over three times that of Yamhill
fayette, his calculations would bo that at the present time, and having nearly
Cheaper Than the Cheapest !
in about three years there would not be 6 times the population. If this does not
a soul in tho county. Tint Register prove another misstatement of the Reg­
WILLIAMS 4 Illi®.
says; “there is not to exceed 10,000 ister what doos?
people in tlie county,” by looking at the
"Thero are not to exceed fifteen inoit-
Mercbaii Tailors.
census of ’8‘) an 1 comparing it to the gages upon reul estate in Lafayette and
suburbs,
while
them
aru
over
60
mort
­
growth of tho past there cannot be less
upon real estate in McMinnville, 250,000 GOOD HARD BRICK
than 15.000 people in Yamhill county. gages
and there are four hou«es today, to rent I
Of course the Register communicator in McMinnville w hore tlieio is one in
AT------
makes it less, so that tlio “tax” will be Lafayette. In fact there are not build­
ings
enough
to
supply
the
demand.
more per head upon tho people, he
Yes, and there are not over 15 boni
does this for their own interest ami at the
same time trills an untruth, but fide holders of real estate outside of the
Just Across Ih« Yamhill River.
that is uothing, we are used to it, 15 who have mortgages on thugrproperty
and expect it. The old buildings wore in the town of Lafayette or the scbcrbs Good for walling wells or building founda­
built by a generation that is nearly past of Milligan Creek, and Bleak Hill. The
tions, and are offered for sale at the
and shows the best judgement and ad­ boni fide holders would leave the town
vancement of tliat day, but if in the if they could mortage their property or
THOMAS E. POWELL.
course of 25 or 30, years wo did not want sell out. It makes ns warm when you
to Improve upon things wo would not say we are trying to get money from the
Now is the Chance to L-uy.
Gen. Thomas E. Powell, of Dcla- be an American people. Thoso buildings tax payers and we don’t <w:e what we
-■waro county, Ohio, received the are paid for and here comes the Regis­ say to such a low mean untruth. There
nomination for t]ie governorship on ter with a problem for the people, like is no use Register writei in telling the
!v 23, 1887.
The democratic this: Cort of building* $26,00), popula­ people of this county that McMinnville
is not prospering, for it is and you know
HENERY DUNZER,
party in Ohio is sanguine of sne- tion 10,000—they figure from tba past j it, and besides it is from envy that you
you see—that makes $2.60 per head for |
-----
PROPRIETOR of the-----
cess in the coming campaign. Gen. 10,000 people; then $-45,000 for new
this. You would give your very
Them is E. Powell was horn in buildings , population 10,000 makes $4,- so«)» to have Lafayette the town that Mc-
Piiiillicr (’reek Cedar Camp,
Has on band
■De! uvare county, Ohio, in the year 50 per head ; $2.63 plus $4.50 makes $7.- Minnville is, but have tho satisfaction ,
1842. Ho was educated in his 10 tax per head for every man women of kiiowing.tliat Lafayette never will be, 300,000 first class shingles, 10,000 posts,
in the county. Grand reason-1 no n#ver, never, never. Listen to the j 30,000 shakes.
homo state, graduating from the and child
That man s reasoning faculties aro ! ¡frown of anguish from the people of La-
!
*
n
F"
■ Jo Wesleyan University in 1863 so far ahead ot this ago that w e never ex- h.vette when they read “never’’ and J. J Collard, Agt. Me,Minn ville,
■•quently entering upon pect to hvo to see tho time when such know W“T <1,,wn !«el’ >« t>*eir hearts ! e G. W Sappington, Agt. North Yamhill.
. , ■ ; a i' of law. Entering the can bo used. Using thoso figures cor-' thntiuch is Ilia case, ba h i, never, never, Headquarters 15 miles from McMinnville,
poult • ti arena he, in course of time rectly at a fair sum it would not increase 1 bounty seat or no county Beat, McMinn- near the head of Panther Creek.
tho tax but a few mills, and a man who | v»lle will boom aYid it the comt bouse
was chosen tho democratic nomi­ will not bo willing to stand a few mills I does Btay in y°ur town> wo will>
nee for attorney-general of Ohio, tax for new buildings is not n man of ad­ the course of time, have all your in­
out with the balancoof the demo­ vancement but a believer of unciviliza­ habitants, and the county officers will '
cratic ticket met his defeat. Mr. tion. Tim* always makes a change, the run a branch office in McMinnvillo and '
—Dealer in all kinds of—
i'owell is an excellent representa­ . young become old, mid God’s gieatest make quarterly pilgrimages there, for I
tho purpose of holding court. The town
work,
man,
is
(figuratively
speaking)
tive of the legal talent of Ohio, hav­
thrown away when a man dies and be­ of Lafayctto in sotue future time will
ing not only attained an enviable comes dust again. So with the county have a little notoriety. It will be in the
■Goods sold at—
reputation as a lawyer of ability buildings, when tiiey become old and iar off future, the Mecca for all lost hopes
out aleo established for himself a decay sets in, they a.'edea 1 and unfit for and desires and all true bolievers of the
The Lowest Cash Price
large and lucrative practice in the anything in this age; niul an advanee- prosperity of Lafayette will mako yearly
—And—
pilgrimages to partake of the sacred wa­
highest courts of the state and na­ ing age at that; they should bo thrown ters
of the well of Zom Zem, (the old j
away and as in nature a larger more
tion. Mr. Powell has not been de­ beautiful stiueture will fill their place. court house well.) They will also make !
sirous of political favor although he Ot course a thing to become old and of, seven daily circuits (liko the Mos- j To all persons residing within city limits.
h.ts acted and served tho public no uso, must in fact be rotten. We w ill , lems of old) around their Caaba,
in many minor capacities. He is leave it to impartial judges, if time has I (the old court house.) It will not bajin
far ns aichltectnre is concern­
devoted to his profession and has, not had its effect on those buildings. A f«cU
county to bo energetic mid advancing, ed, anything like tlis Caaba of Moslems,
it is Baid, refused all of the many must not think those things, which, be­ but allied in to it in tliis ; that they love
overtures of his friends to send him cause they were good enough 40 years it so dearly. If McMinnville has a
You want any thing in the line of
to congress.
ago aro sufficient to suit ths wants of the “mushroom” growth, Mr. Register com­
presout time. If that is the motto of municator; w hat kiud of a growth do
The World’s Boston special says 1 this county, why advocate the building you call that of Lafayette? To expresH
ex-Gov. St. John said : .“I came to i of bridges, of roads and of anything ourselves in tho same growth of spocies,
Masaachusets to deliver throe ad­ which will mako tho county more beau­ that is fungi, we would have to call the
dresses at Mr. ILjUls prohibition tiful. TheJ.ufayetteosluin’s organ says: growth of Lafayette n “toad stool”
“As to fashion and style, aro tho in­ grdwth or in proper term a growth of
camp meeting, and when that mis­ habitants of tlie county uble to curry it? fungi of the eub order Ilyuionomvcites,
sion is accomplished I shall then Is a county that has not to exeeed four it being lower in the growth of fungi.
Call at the office of the WEST
of taxableproportymidcmrv-
SIDE TELEPHONE. We
go to New York and Pennsylvania, millions
will guarantee you
ing over a million indebtedness; mort­ Come at us again brother, and wo will
whero I am engaged to deliver sev­ gages upon tho real ost.ite of the coun­ try to prove all your misstatements, just
ty able to lead in fashion and put on what they are, statements purposely
eral more. After that I intend to ' style?
”
made to mislead the people of Ynmhill
proceed to California. The prohi­ Tho taxable property of tliis county county on the county seat question. BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
bition party, which cast 141,000 : according to the statistics of '86 was |4,- We know full well your conscience
votes in 1884, and over 300,000 in 088,697, und it certainly has increased troubles vou after this last publication.
1885. will surely be 1,000,000 in sine» thon in capital has it not? It is When yon sav that McMinnville lias no
plain to bo seen that this is another pre­
We make a specialty oi Fine
1888. It is marching on to victory meditated misstatement of tti« writer for business facilities you mako another mis­
statement. You have made so many
anti will become tho majority party the Register. All this talk about stylo we have forgotten the number. A prom­
before many years. I believo the is bosh. The T elephonx never has as inent man of your town, said while herq
republican and democratic parties yet advocated the display ot style in uny buying his groceries last week that mer­
must break to pieces before that discussion on the county seat question. chandise could be bought hero, cheaper
Whut we want, is, a nice, largo, well
time. We arc fighting the republi­ put up, beautiful building which will be than in Portland and way down below
THE OLD RELIABLE
Lafayette prices. I)o you know the rea­
can party now, and by its death a credit to tho county, instead of the son
? Listen we will tell you. Whole­
we will build up a party of princi­ buildings which are used at present and salers will sell to a business man who has
ple on its ruins. I think that Gen. which ate a drawback to tlie county. a business in a thriving town like Mc­
Fisk, of New Jersey, will lie the Yon ask why it is a drawback ? We Minnville, where his goods are not car­
will tell you. A person going into a new
prohibition candidate for president country, goes to the county seat natural­ ried over yoar aftor year, but directly GALLOWAY &. GOUCHER, frops.
sold and new stock procured, at least
in 1888.
ly, thinking that that town at least has 15 per cent cheaper to him than they This warehouse has been thoroughly reno-
! vuted and overhauled, and new accom­
the most prosperity and energy and th*
modations added.
At a recent meeting of Harrow person would better be able to judge will to a merchant in a town ccmpoeed
of the junction of two cross roads and a
post No. 194 G. A. R. of Mt. Vern­ whether it would be advisable to stop in few old county buildings. It is to their Highest Cash Prices Paid fur Grain.
on Indiana adopted the following the county or not; they go to Lafayette benefit that they do this, for in one year
Direct Shipment» to San Francisco.
and see the town and it is unnecessary tlie wholesalers will sell moro goods to
resolutions.
but standard Calcutta Sacks kept
Resolved ; that the conduct of for us to state what he sees, it is so well the prosperous man in a prosperous ' None
Rud let oil the most reasonable terms.
known, but we will say, ttiat lie “or
those members of tho G. A. R. who nota” directly and pula out for aome town, than they will to the “cross
roads’’ man in six, thus making
nunest Weight. Fair Dealing.
■fought about President Cloveland's now field. All this braxen talk through : more money. Thia illustration is deriv­
i> fus il to visit St. Ixiuis during the the Register will not make the people ed from facts and if you cannot see why | STORAGE 3 CZETSTTS.
encampment as unbecoming sol­ believe that the T elephone advocates it is, examine the prices of the business
spending of th* county money fool-1 men of J.afayetto and McMinnville and
diers and gentlemen and prejudicial tlio
ialily. Another quotation.
I you will see that this city undersells
to good order and dicipline.
“Our present buildings if kept in or- them by tjf least 10 per cent, and sells al
Resolved: that such members ! dinary repair aro to day ahead ot our I least 200 per cent more. People of Yam-
Proprietor of the
Compute the wealth of Salem,
are as guilty of disloyalty and as | . means.
and ot Maiioti county, and compare! I hill, if you want goods of the latest pat-
reprehensible as were those who at- ! their wealth and their court house with ! | tern», the be»t quality and the cheapest
and we are in tho advance. Com- in the county you should trade at Mc-
t in’t. to prevent President elect j ours
pule the wealth of l’ortland and Multno-
. iicoin fioui passing through Bal­ ' mah county with oure and we are in tlie ! i Minnville.
timore on his way to Washington I advance.”
The leading
I The buildings are probably worth now
for inaugcration in 1801 and de­ $3,000 and the cost of repairs, to make)
JEWELRY
ESTABLISHMENT.
serves like condemnation.
‘ a decent building, one that would be ad­
equate to the wants of the county, would ;
—OF
It is reported that Canadian Pa­ be at least $45,000 the amount needed i
ith such
cific officials are forbiden to give to put up a now building.
any information regarding acci­ repairs to the buildings wo admit
they would bo ahead of our moans. |
dent* on th* road, on paiu of dis- When the Register makes the statement
Third Street. McMinnvil’e Or
THE LEADER IX
i well organized news that average repairs are ahead of our i
always hsvs
along the Imo would soon ! means ($1,500 repairs) she publishes to :
Asker’s Baby
the
world
an
untruth,
for
there
is
or
was
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
t on the situation. It is
$16,000 of county money laying in one
medicine yet made that will remove all
that many accidents of the McMinnville banks. What do :
infantile disorders. It oontalna w Qpvsm
er
JferpAane. but given the child sntemf
Hair
weaving
and
Stamping.
the line which arc never, you want to do with al) this money? !
**** /'vn pas*. Price *5 cents. Sold by
I Do you want to “hoard it up in those
Geo. W, Burt. druggist.
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Who lies ! I Don’t !
THE MH CCA OF THE LAFAY
ETTEOSLVMH.
Williams & Hibbs,
West Side.
All New Goods
LATEST STYLES!
’ new FIRM! NEW GOODS!
II. II. Welch having moved irvto
I Frank Coll trd’s former quarters on
Third street, and having taken
! Austen Dee into partnership ; they
having
fitted up and renewed their
1
FINE TABLES,
and opened a fine new stock of
fresh
SHINGLES I I
Flour and Feed
Delivered FreeI
“WHEN”
Job Printing
WM. HOLL,
New ’To-Day
YAMHILL COUNTY,
MILLINERY.
Barn«, Tlioiiasoii & Swanson,
arc now prepared to’ receive for storage, all
NUTS, CANDIES, CIGARS, CIGAR­
ETTES AND TOBACCO.
respectfully solicit a share of.the
patronage of the people of McMinn­
ville and vacinity not forgetting to
kindly thank them for past favors.
Search for us between the Banks
WELCH à DEE..
J 0. ROGERS.
W T BAXTEH
to Fra, fe M, to ta
—At the new »tore of -
(Successors to Baxter à Martin-)
THIRD ST , McMIXXVILLE, OR.
J. HAMNETT'S YARD, Fresh Family Groceries.
Lowest lárices !
TO THE PUBLIC !
KINDSOF GRAIN AT
M c M innville , M c M innville crossing and carlton , O regon ,
Warehouses. They #lso offer to sell or lend
sacks at a low price. They bought their
sacks early in the season and it will be to the
farmer’s advantage to call and see them be­
fore making arrangements for storing their
grain of this season.
Long experience in buying grain gives
solid assurance that the farmer’s interests will
be carefully guarded.
Their warehouse has been fitted up with
new’ machinery and is now in a good con­
dition for saving grain.
BAKNEKOFF, THOMASON à SWANSON.
A new, neat and clean stock. Every ar­
ticle A No 1 Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks,
Colored Glassware. Cutlery, Cased Goods,
Tobacco, Pipes and Cigars
Fr*ssh Fruit and Vegetables m season.
We have put our prices down low Give us
a cull, inspect our stock, and we will guar­
antee prices to suit you
w. V. PRICE,
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Up Stairs in Adams’ Building,
McMinnville, Oregon
S3 m
« the Children. They are es-
iJxVvrv' pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Wliooping Cough,
etc.
We guarantee Acker’s English
Remedy a positive cure.
It saves
hours of anxious watching. Sold by
Geo. W. Burt, Druggist.
BARGAINS!!
2d Great Annual Clear­
ance Sale
For the Next Twenty Days
AT HEADQUARTERS,
Come
early
if
you
want
R.
the Best Bargains.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
VIA
Oregon & California
R.
And Connections.
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
A. J. APPERSON.
Close connections made at Ashland with
stages of the California, Oregon and Idaho
Stage Company
Only 20 Miles Staging,
Time between
Portland and San Francisco,
39 Hours.
California Express trains run daily
BETWEEN PORTLAND and ASHLAND.
LEAVE.
AB11IVI.
Portland 4:001*. M. I Ashland.. 8:30 A.M.
Ashland. ..5:40 P. M.‘Portland 10.40 V. M.
Local Passenger Daily, Except Sunday.
LEAVE.
New Blacksmith Shop!
AMITY, OREGON.
CITY STABLES,
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
Third Street, between E and F
ARKIVE.
Portland.. 8;00 A. M.¡Eugene.. 2:10 P M.
Eugene . .9:00 A. M.lPorltand. 3:45 P. M.
Pullman
Buffet Sleepers.
Daily between Portland and Ashland.
Daily between Portland and Ashland
The O. it (’. R. R. Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the East Side
Division from foot of F Street
Weret Side Division.
BETWEEN PORTLAND« CORVALLIS.
Mail Train.
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland 7:30 A. M I McMinn .12:25 P. M.
Corvallis 1:3O I’. M.¡Portland 6:15 P.M.
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of the Oregon Pacific K. R.
Express Train Dally
Sunday.
Except
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
Portland 4:50 P. M.[McMinnville8:00P.M.
McMiu’villcS:45A.M.¡Portland 9:00 A. M.
R.
■" KOEHLER,
.......... ~
E. P. ROGERS.
Manager
G. F. & Pass. Agt
Lyle "Wright
Dealer in
Hamess, Saddles, Etc, Etc,
Repairing neatly done at reasonable
rates
Wright’s new building. Corner Third
and F streets, McMinnville. Or.
Blacksmithing and carriage
every description.
ironing of
McMinnville, Oregon.
Horse Shoeing
Senderson Bros. Props.
And plow work a specialty.
—o—
Also manufacture tlie
jEWCelebrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
GIVE ME A CALL.
50tf
First-claw accommodations for Ccnimtr-
c ini men ami general travel.
Transient stock well cared for.
McMinnville Baths!
everything new and in First-Class Order
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
Patronage respectfully solicited
Sharing, Hair Cutting and-----
Shanpoing Parlons.
¡wis! taies! Un!
Ladies' and Children's Work
—A SrECIALTY—
Hot and Cold Baths, 25 Cts.
J. H, HENDERSON
—Have Just Added—
The Finest Line of Cigars
(Successor to L. Root)
In the City Try Them
M c M innville
Lray Fred and Sate Stable,
Cor Third and D street«, McMinnville
LOfiAX BROS., & HE.VBERSOI,
Carries a full and complete stock of
Bishop&Kav1
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
Wooden and Willowware,
Proprietors.
The Best Rigs in the City. Orders
Promptly attended to Day or
light.
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
M c M ixxvillk ,
-
.
O rkgox .
.
Office «nd residence «on D street. All
calls promptly answered day or night.
W. J. GARRISON,
X
------- Agents for the--------
f
L^obacco Cigars,
Brownsville Woolen
Goods delivered^ promptly to any pari
MILLS
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
K^A^.Tr^„5^kul.‘he<*
co. Prop’s.
r
The only first class market in the city
Constantly on hand all kind of fresh
meats Highest price paid in cash for fat
stock, hides ami pelts.
notice .
ô0,000:-!-
'*
rnm U t.> w |- <" b.””.! ’\l!
partie. »Khmg to M.yl.rkk, sill have to
get it through nivelaliu
JXO J. SAX
*«'*'*«■ sms
35tl
There will allways be found
sorted line of
It. GAVXT.
Eurisko Market,
W. J. G arrison
&
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ltJ
-----AT-----
Gents’ Furnishing goods, |
----- LadUs’ and Gents’___
’
MOK’S HOTEL,
a fine line of
flste
SHOES, (
COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME.
aid fixe
m
n
In all the latest 8t£es and Pattern, which
f r!nBnd
c*nnot be beat.
J* w“T*nted. 1* because It u the best
tall and
Our spring
Blood Preparation known. It will pom.
good, before pur-
Uvafrearn all Blood Diseaaee. puriflUthe
cliaing else-
where.
crwtitntion. Remember, we raarante* it
Geo. H. Furl, a mi
—*
Corner Third and C Streets.
¡¡gars and Soda.
1 •
M. Fields, Proprietor
Of Refreshment Rooms.
~
n
V
todJ^?leM*dic,n*awt,,eb**
lr
has
been
ar^wuEj1»
lx.
pt
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