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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1888)
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The following tables are the latest i
BISHOP & KAY,
There is a strong probability
you will hear of the death of
| umn shows Hermann’s vote, the
H. X j . ÎÏHATH. - - - - Publisher.
j second Gearin’s. The dashes sig
M c M innvillk , F riday , J ink 8, 1888. nify that those counties have net reaches you.
yet been heard from:
His tempory improvement on
was followed by a serious
and a priest COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
CLEVKLAND ardTHURMAN Clackamas .,
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884 are in constant attendence at his
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bedside, and his family are quite Train« for the Ea«t leave A ah St. n liar*
Something dropped awful hard Columbia ...
alarmed. The General of the every «lay at l»:3O A. M. and 1:15 I*. M. Wood can now be had at reason
Army is suffering from valvular Attached to the 1:15 p nt train are tiirongh
able prices at
Wages increase as importations Curry...........
Pullman Shaping Cars to Council Bluffs
of the heart, and although ■ and
increase. With large importations Douglass....
.Attached t<» the 12:30 a m train is the
46y he has understood tbe gravity of, Walla
wages go up, when the importations Gilliam........
Walla «V Dayton Sleeper, which can
103 the situation from the beginning by hoarded at East Portland station any
fall wages fall.
al ter 8 p m
200 his mind is tranquil, and he ex time
I rains in rive at 2:15 and 7:15 p m every
How can tari fl which spends its Josephine ...
14 presses hope for the best.
whole force in adding to the cost of Klamath.
Nothing can be more satisfactory The compin*,• reserve the right to
manufactured articles help to raise Lake..........
change rteameia < r Failing day*,
the military secreti ven«s>
the wages of the laboring classes? Lane............
1 1 .■■■,
. . . .
1532 1681 which surrounds the sick chamber TO AS TO!11A,—Str. R It Thompson
leases Ash Hl wharf every MotoiaV Wed
The Republicans of the state of i Malheur. . .
of General Sheridan. As h.is Li en ami Sam. flay .d 11 ;30 p m. I S M
Oregon have been unmercifully i Marion........
lea os AH: st. daily, exuept Si:
said he is the last great figure of
whipped into line by the party ; Morrow
504 the war, and the thousands of vet day, at h a. in., h»r 14 ri i.
1*------ *- ........
lash, The election returns show J'--
5792 1081 erans who followed his leadership
TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
Leu.v Asli *t. ut 6.1. m., except Sun-
and fought the fight, eagerly ask of
news concerning his condition.
The Prohibitionists have nomi- Umatilla..............
4G Still the public is barred from all
(Jive me a Call,
nated for their presidential ticket Union.................
334 save the most meagre information,
Clinton B. Fiske of Michigan, and Wallowa.............
A, F. ARTHUR, Pr
as if he were surrounded by the
J. A. Brooks of Indiana for vice We sco..................
1148 80G enemy.
The House of Representatives
975 has given much of its time during
A patent has been issued to the
the week to the consideration of
state of Oregon for 1316 acres of Totals..........
. . . 18167 11588 appropriation bills, and the senate
swamp land under the swamp Majority. . . .
. . . . 6579
has been most of the time in secret
land grant. The land is situated
session with the fisheries treaty.
in the Rosehcrg district.
Chas Talmage was defeated by The bill to establish a department
The large majority on the Ile- a majority of 16 in the race for of labor has been passed by Loth
publican ticket is owing to the su justice of the peace in the south houses. Senator Reagan, of Texas,
perhuman endeavors of E. L. E. precinct. S. F. Harding is the spoke lengthily in opposition to
White editor of the Yamhill Re justice of peace in the south. One this bill. He said if the founders
of the Republic could hear the
Demorat at least was elected.
porter. Give him praise.
way labor questions are discussed
One ofGen. Grant’s horses—Clai-
The last year of the war, in in congress these days, they would
burne—is the property of the Old which the Republican press howl blush for shame on account of the
Guard at the Soldier’s Home, at about nigh wages owing to the d gencracy and lack of manhood of
Leavenworth, Kans. This horse high protective tariff, shows a de their descendants in dealing with
was in the G. A. R. procession on crease of wages when the wages them. Upon hearing this an ¡rev
are reckoned in gold. But figuring erent, waggish scribbler added that
tho price per day paid, in paper no doubt this is so. If ghosts ever
blush, doubtless it is when they
A bill has been introduced in money the wages went high.
visit the United State Senate
the house to increase the milage on
government purveys from $7 to $13
The Democratic loss in the
The senate convenes daily at
per mile. Also to pay surveyors
M. On Wednesday
by the day on difficult mountain state of Oregon, from the vote <>f i twelve
„„ ,y?Ie Jn : >t adjourned at two o’clock in order
f°r to attend the funeral of the wife of
The secretary of state lias receiv Butler 25,283, giving Hermann a . Senator Sawyer, of Wisconsin, a
ed a report from United States majority of 1,635. In 1888 Gearin i mark of respect which, it is said,
Consal Lewis nt Tangier, stating is defeated by 7,000. We hope | has never been paid to any Senator
that the disagreement between some Republican paper will tell us , before.
, Morocco and the United States the reason.
The senate has passed a bill in
had been satisfaeforialy settled.
creasing the militia appropriation
The bill to revive the rank of ■ from $400.000 to $600,000.
Democrats of this county should general of the army has passed j The house has had an uninual
,Z*jiot forget that the Democratic both houses anu been signed by amount of fun during the week,
i motto is, the greatest good for the tho president and rank accepted by notwithstanding the fact that prosy
greatest uumlier. They aro making Sheridan. Goneral Sheridan
appropriation bills have hau the
a fight for the poor man, against issued the first general order appoin- .'rightof way. Just before the post-
1 monopolies and exorbitant tax«' ing aids de camp of tho stall' of office appropriation bill was passed
tho general of the rank of Colonel. : tho Western Republicans told all
Their names are M. V. Sheridan, i the bad things ti.cy could think
; It -is a question in our mind S. C. Kellogg, 8. E. Blunt.
I of about the new Democratic post
'»whether ¡the election in this state
masters out there. Mr. Perkin®, of
■waa carried by the idea of no re-
In 1886 Yamhill county gave Kansas, told tales about the post
or by the putting up of enough 97 majority for Hermann, This masters out in his country who
■K.v?ey to cover the amount of good year Bno gives 223 majority for send out the mails only when they
fthr.li would certainly be the re- the same man, a gain of 126. Cer accumulated a sack full, lie rtlat
wttL >of Teform. The result in tainly
the gain in population hrs cd for a fact that a certain postmas-!
the nrtlkmal election will settle the not been that large. It is eitlnr ter called upon tho Administra-1
that Yamhill wants protected w< ol tion for some postage stamps and '
126 voters were suddenly taken they were sent to him in large
75‘oxr by ye_,r there is a steady
aberration of the mind. And blocks or sheets. He bad never ;
a«1.8 heavy gain in the population
seen them in that form before, tho 1
of'the state. this is apparent in tbe that moment was used by the Re two or three that he had had occa
cast at successive general
sion to I uy during the course < f
*' «lections. In June, 1886, the total
his life had always been sept rate
> vote was 54,954 It will now ex
Grover Cleveland was placed in ones, and when they came in that
ceed 60,000. Multnomah county nomination by Dougherty of New form he thought they were circus
alone increases her vote about 1500 York, at tbe Democratic conven posters, and pasted them upon the
in two years. It is apparent that tion injStLouis|Wcdnesday, Grover i door of his office. Ho called his
throughout the state tlie increasing Cleveland was unanimously elected wife to see what the dinned fools
vote is proportionately Republican, the Democratic nominee for presi had sent him from Washington,
In 1880 the total vote of Oregon dent. The convention adjourned when he writ them for post: ge
was 40,816. The census of that for the committees to report. Up st imps. He said they were .11
year made the population 174,768 to the latest dispatches the vice alike,and no place was given wheic
The same ratio would indicate a president had not been nominated. the show was to come off.
present population of 254.000 ; but The chances qre good for Thurman,
Over a section of the Legislative
as the number of families, in pro or Grey.
Appropriation bill the lionise in
portion to voters, is steadily in
dulged in so much laughter that
creasing, we judge the population
the Congressional Record mention
of Oregon may now be 275,000.—
ed, in brackets, that an hour of
Oregon i a n._____________
mittee. has just returned to Chica I the session was devoted to laugh
Great interest is manifested in go from New York and a trip ter. Much of the fun was over the
Vancouver over the condition of through the east.
Replying to a proposition to increase the ('hap-
Sheridan, His death would leave question he said: “I found Blaine’s Iain’s salary from $9iK) to a largei
but one surviving comrade of the letter bad made the situation very figure. Mr. Springer said the House
memorable battle of the Idnle serious.
Republicans felt it to be Chaplain was old and needed mon
block house at the Cascades of the so.
Eastern delegates have had ey. Mr. Browne, of Indiana, in
Columbia, March 26, 1856, which many (conferences and have dis quired if there was increased no-
ma le Sherd in’s early war record cussed the various men proposed. cjssity for prayer. Mr. t-pringei
so prominent, and that survivor is Leading men of the New York dele i replie 1 that members bad no idea
Sergeant Robert Williams, now gation have told mo in the last day I of til1 | reat power needed to I ring
serving in tho United States ordi or two that the conclusion reached 'salvation to a Ixxiy like this. Mr.
nance department there.
was a general one not to pledge ' Grosvenor oppo-ted an in.Te iseon
Lieut.-Gcn. Sheridan has time anyone, but rather an agreement to tho grouud that the next House
and again personally compliment keep unpledged and so come to Chi will be a better one than this mid
ed Sergt. Williams for the part he cago. When here they will confer will not need so much praying.
look in that memorable battie, and with the delegates from all quarters Mr. Strube inquired if it was r.ectss-
has done what he could to secure and by seeking the level of opinion ary to have a very able man for
some recognition from congress find and nominate the strongest Chaplain. Another llippaiit m< m-
for Williams’ gallant conduct, possible man for the place. I think l er, Mr. Allen, <f Michigan, an
The bill is now with the Military I this is the view of nearly all the swered that it always required a
high order of ability to deal with
an immature mind; th’ro*o.-.> the
Something which should l»c read
Chaplain of the House should be a
l>y every farmer is this, the grain
The following is John M. Gearin’s man of considerable ability. The i
bag trado on tho Pacific coast last opinion about the result in Oregon, Mr. Hol
year amounted to 33,000,000, bags lie was interviewed by an Oregon j the treasury, said $10 a day was
and the indications now nre that ian reporter and said as follows: I too much for the House to pay for '
2,000,000, more will be* used this
“I attribute our defeat principal I prayer, and tho majority agreed j
year for the coming wheat crop, ly to the platform adopted at the with him, for it voted down an in- j
making in all 85,000,000 bags Pendleton convention. Still I crease.
which will be used for this years think we were in the right. I be
There was more hilarity over
wheat crop. The capacity of the lieve in, endorse and always will the wages of the employes of the:
California jute mill company is uphold the platforn on which I Botanic Gardens. One niemlx'r'
about 1,250,<XM) bags per year, and was nominated. Tho result of tho i proposed to abolish the whole '
not more than this number can I e election shows that Oregon does) thing, and another inquired what '
produced by the prison forco at i not want free trade. You may | would then become of Mr. Springer
Han Quentin. This gives the home jsay that I feel kindly towards the and his daily bouquet. (Tlie lat
manufacturers a production of 2,- | people of Oregon. I think that! ter always wears a boutonniere) ■
500,000 bags. The remainder of these they voted against me on political and t’ne latter replied that he never I
bags or 32,500,000 bags will lx? im grounds, not for personal reasons. ! got a bouquet from the Botanic
port«! from Calcutta, and will cost j It could not have been for personal Gardens in his life, Mr. Cobb;
the farmers about $ \*100,000, Near I reasons or purchasable votes. The said that at present beautiful flow-!
ly one million doffers of this i extraordinary result all over the ers were sent daily to certain
amount pill lie paid for duty to 1 state shows that there was an in-! favored members, but whence thrv
allow the bags to land. Could the I fluence at work which we do not eame he did not know, lie only
farmers here in the Willamette I understand. I am particularly knew that they were not sent to (
vallev save anything if this duty thankful to the newspapers for1 members who»« wives were h -r«
was nmov.il? '
with them. ('ll!
The Official Democratic Paper. | returns from the state; the first col-
New Goods, Latest Styles and Lowest Prices
of Spring and Summer Clothing and
Light Weight Suit at
All Wool Norfolk Jackets
A big Drive in Seersucker
Coats and Vests at
Alpaca Coats and Vests
Alpaca Coats ond Vests
We also carry a full line of tlle
i old and reliable Brownsvill Wool J
Mill’s Goods, in both Heavy aS
Light weight. No goods sold in
Oregon give better satisfaction
\\ o have just added a Merchant
Tailoring department to our Ready
Made business. It is under th,,
control of Mr. J. E. Ross, who ¡s
well known to be a fine cutter an,»
We will be well pleased to have
our friends desiring special suits
give us a call.
The prices for Tailor Made Goods
will be materially reduced and we
think are cheaper than any Tailor
shop in Oregon.
Remember our old motto,
Our lines of Neck Wear, Hosiery,
Silk Handerchiefs, Summer Under THE BEST GOODS FOR THE
wear, Gloves, Cuffs and Collars,
Plain and Fancy Shirts are full
»nd complete, and our stock of new
Style Hats eclipse any stock < ver
before offered to the people of
THE BEST WAGON IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST
THE NATIONAL TUBULAR AXLE FARM WAGON,
P arlin ' s N ew S pring
C ultivator .
V. o have Double Cultivators with all the
xSAi i & j 1
We have the Largest assortment of
Buggies in Yamhill county.