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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1888)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.!
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INGERSOLLS LATEST WORD.
BISHOP & KAY.
New Grocery Store
New York Independent.
! The following is the democratic platform
1 adopted at the St Louis convention : The ;
*The Official Democratic Paper. One who has no respect for Je I democratic
party of the United States in iiu - |
.pencil a full stock of-
can harldy wv
be v expected to I tioiial
a»-i»mbi««l renews the
. , I pledges
i pledges of of its its tidelltv
tidelltv to to the
and reaffirms the platform
in Uw roll.Cl
I stone. It is true Col. Ingersoll uy
it ion of
,, .. ~ .
endorece the views expressed
C IG A BN. ,
M c M innville , F riday , J ink 22, 1888. says some very i*5tnpllinentary ¡dent Cleveland in his last carne -t inufsugt- ■
Words Of Mr. Gladstone while he
that platforiu upon the <| notion of turil!
has nothing better than scoff arid reduction ; ¿lid also endue aea
. .. file etlbrcs of
cointcmpt for the God of the Jews ; our democratic representad? *» in emigre»*
__________ in t.y ■ i.iice taxation
CLEVELAND andTHURM AN. but he shows as little real deference to secure theréduction
Chief amort iiv tin- prii’.clploa of party faith
for the statsman as he does for the are the nlalutenanue
an in,I* solui.lt : Trains ft.r the l.ast leave Asli St. wharf
union of free and Indestructibly ? »»tes, now every day at 1S:3O A. II. and 1:15 I’. M.
Conte to McMinnville to celebrate
about toerttbr upon its ¿t*ui»nd century ot
God nor man can hold back his unexampled progress The known devo Attached,to the 1 :!5 p m trniii are through
the glorious Fourth.
tion to a plan of government, regulated b\ Pulliran Sleeping Cais to Council Bluffs
tongue from gibe.
a written constitution strictly .-peciiying and St I’aitl.
granted power and expressly re-L i v
The estate of lloscoe Conkling
Attached t<» the 12:30 a m train is the
ing to the states or peo¡ 1 , the entire un Walla Walla Payton Sleeper, which can
foots up between $100,(XX) and of Dr. Field afxl Col. Ingersoll in granted
Will sell at Ixitloiii price for cash or ex
boarded at East Bort la nd stat ion any
the North American Review is their ment of jealous ¡»opular vigilance, direct on
$800,000 all left to his wife.
after 8 p in
change for produce
marked spirit of candor, their all who have been chosen for brief terms tu time
Trains arrive at 2:15 ami 7:45 p m everv
enact and execute laws, and charged with da\,
The vote by which tne Demo-
the duty of preserving pe ice,insuring e pia.-
■\*rat8 of Oregon were snowed under champion of unbelief is, at best, » itv and establishing jusiicc.
The eoinpiny reserve the righ| to
The democratic party welcomes an ex change steameiM or sailing «lays,
with was 6820. All we can say is,
acting scrutiny 01 the administration ot
phrases, to whose mastry he sacri- ‘ i executive
power, which four years ago was
TO A STORIA ,-Str. Il R Thompson
ties dignity, politeness and fairness.! c<>n>initte< <1 to its trust in the election <»i leaves Ash at wharf every Monday Wed
president of the I’ni'ed
Several large bets have been He is not a judge, but always a t States,
but it challenges the most searidi- md SaHl d.iv at 11p. in. U S M til
made in Portland on the result of partisan. This shows so plainly ing inquiry concerning its fidelity to lh< -te nner leaven Ash st. daily, except Sun-
which then invited the suffrages <>i lay, al 6 a. m., fur Abtorii.
the November eleetion. Better save in everything he writes that from i pledges
the people, during a must critical periou
his admirers he gets applause, bu of
your money and buy a farm.
TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
financial affairs resulting from over tax-
Leave Ash st. at 6 a. in., except Sun
nowhere carries conviction, We > ation, and the uiiomalous condition of our
Corporal Tanner the gifted Re do not say to him that is so, but ' It has by the udoption of a wise and con day.
publican speaker has declared his that is smart.
servative course not only avoided disaster;
TO OREGON CITY, Dayton and Al
greatly promoted the prosperity of our han.v.—Str. leaves Portland at 7 a. in.
intention to move to Oregon soon
He argues for a laugh, not for . but
With bis family and make this conviction. He plays for points, i It has reversed the improvident and un \lomlays Wednesdays and Fridays, for
wise policy of the republican party touch
state his permanent home.
not for victory. It is all very bril ing
the public domain and has rcvuiinied f Davton as G. a. in., fuesilays, Thursdays
liant, but it is not war. Those who 1 from
corporations and symliuatys, alien ; md Saturdays. For Albany and way
Are the democrats of Yamhill enter the lists with him can harldy and domestic, and restored to tlu* people . points at 6 a. m., Rlontlays and Thurs
100.000,0)0 acres of valuóle lamí days. Returning, leave Albany Wednes
county too demoralized to organize expect to get the better of him, for , nearly
which will be held sacredly as homestead- days and Siktivdavs. TICKET OFFICE
a campaign club? There is some what chance has the soldier with for our eitiMns.
FIRST A OAK STS. A. L. MAXWELL,
Wlaile carefully guarding the interests ot
talk of organizing one for the pre the circus acrobat?
Gen. Pass. <& Ticket A "ent.
justice and equality, it has paid out more
cincts of Bellevue, Sheridan and
Nevertheless, the circus is only ror pensions and bounties U* the soldivis
play, while the soldier’s life is and sailors of the rvpulAh than was ever
before during an equal ¡ criod.
work. We may be amused at In paid
It lias adopted and consistently pursued
This is the only comment the Alta gersoll, but somehow it is the a firm ami prudent foreign policy, preserv
California, Colonel John I’. Irish’s church that conquers the world. ing peace with all naiiouo while sc rupulously
maintaining ah the rights and interests oi
paper, has contained in reference to The serious men are for Christ not our
government and people at home and
The exclusion from our shores uf
the late election in this state :
anti-Christ. All progress follows chínese laborers
Luv* been effectually secured
“Where rolls the Oregon, and the lead of religion and not of ir- • under the provision.')
of a treaty, the ope: :i-
hears no sound save* his own gnash religion. Col. Ingersoll can start ' tion of which has been postponed by the ac
in the senate.
a hoarser laugh than Mr. Gladstone, lioDOt reform in civil service
has b< ci
John F. Swift, the speaker who and can shtx-k one with a coarser Clevelaini an 1 he has brought Lae pithhc
followed Irish through Oregon, blasphemy, but the world that servlet to the highest standard of cili- iencx
not not only by rule and precept, but by
and who is a delegato to the na seeks the truth with candid Glad the
example of his own untiring andunscit-
ish administration of public affairs
tional convention at Chicago is
In every branch and department of the
sick and can not attend on that
government under democratic control, tne
and welfare of ail the people
Secretary Endicott has bought have rights
been guarded and defen .led. Every
has been protected and the
The Empress Consort, or the army from English manufacturers. eqality of all our
citizens before the law
principal wife to the Chinese Em
without regard to race or color has been
peror, has been selected. She will
Upon its record thus exhibited and upon
be rather expensive to the people custom house in Portland whether the pledge of u continuance to the benefits
democracy it invokes a renewal of the j
as the price paid for her is 4,000,-
ets, such as poor people use, were popular trust by the re-election of a chic: I
who has been fai'bful. able ami ¡
imported. The answer of the chief magistrate
prudent It invokes in admiration to that
This office is in receipt of the clerk was, none whatever. Cheap trust also the transfer to the democracy the
book entitled “The Resources of the blankets such as made by American entire
party controlling the senate, and existing
State of Oregon.” It was compiled manufacturers are largely cotton in both houses of congress, prevents, the
of the uniust and unequal tax
by the state board of agricolture and shoddy, and the high tariff reformation
laws, which nave outlasted the necesEÍiivs
and is a volume which will attract that keeps out foreign goods obli of war and arc now undermining the abun
much attention to this state. There ges poor people to buy them. Secre dance of a long peace, and denies to tlu
equality before thehiw, ami the fair
has been great need for such a book. tary Endicott could not buy a people
ness and justice which are their rights
cheap, coarse woolen blanket of The cry of American labor for a share in
The edition is 200,0(X).
American manufacture. It must the rewards of industry is still stiffed with
Enterprise is fettered uird
I havo seen and I know—and I certainly seem a joke to the laborer false
hound down to the same markets and the
think I know him full well—Grover as he crawls under shoddy-cotton capitalist is discouraged with doubt.
democratic party will continue with
Cleveland, our president of the blankets at bed time that the dic all The
the power eoidirmcd to it, the struggle
United States, and on my honor, tionary says a blanket is made of to reform these laws, in accordance with
the pledges of ¡is last pial form endorsed al
as a man who is bound to tell the wool ; but the joke is much greater the
ballot box bv the» suffrages of the peo
truth to his fellowman, I don’t be to the blanket manufacturer. Cour ple. < >f all the md’.i dri ) is free men of oar
land, the immens • majority, including
lieve that a more honest, braver, ier.
every letter in the s ale, gain no advanti.g
truer man ever filled the presi
from excessive tax laws, hut the price oi
everything they buy is increased In
dential ehair of the United States.—
In nn interview with a correspon I ' nearly
favoritism oi i.n unequal system of ta>
A llen G. T hurman , in 1887.
Fresh Vegetables of all descriptions
vili he kept while in Season.
New Goods, Latest Styles and Lowest Prices
of Spring and Summer Clothing and
$10 00 | We also carry a full lino ,lf ..
11 00 old and reliable Brownsvill \V i
12 00 Mill’s Goods, in both Heavv^S
14 00 Light weight. No goods sold d
15 (Ml Oregon give better satisfaction in °
W o have just added a Merchant
17 50 Tailoring department to our Rea(u
20 00 Made business It is under £
22 50 control of Mr. J. E. Ross, whof
G 00 well known to be a fine cJtte’Tand
All Wool Norfolk Jackets
1 50 i fitter.
-1,Wc -Vil1. be1 *e.H Pleased ‘0 l>av0
3 00 our friends desiring special suit.
5 00 give us a call.
A big Drive in Seersucker
The prices for Tailor .Made Good»
$2 00 will be materially reduced and W6
Coats and Vests at
Alpaca Coats and Vests
4 50 think are cheaper than any 'VsUJor
2 50 shop in Oregon.
Alpaca Coats ond Vests
Remember our old motto,
Our lines of Neck Wear, Hosiery,
BEST GOODS FOR THE
Silk Handerchiefs, Summer Under
wear, Gloves, Cuffs and Collars,
Plain and Fancy Shirts are full
and complete, and our stock of now
Style Hats eclipse any stock ever
before offered to the people of
Light Weight Suit at
Bishop & Kay,
HARDWARE and FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
kgonts for RUSSELL & CO.’S Hue line of
Threasliers, Saw Mills,
Within a few months one
of the greatest nations in the
world has lost two kings. The af
fairs of the nation are now in the
hands of King William II. He
is a young man and it is probable
from his letter to tho people, that
ho intends to keep peace in Ger
many by tho keeping of a largo
soldiery ready for war at any mo
It is claimed that the Dominion
of Canada awarded a contract to
build a bridge over the Frazer river
on the Canadian Pacific, at $1,500,-
(XX) to contractor Onderdonk, who
sublet the work to a contracting
firm for $400,000, which in turn let
the job to another contractor for
$100,000 who let it for $75,(MM), at
which figure the bridge was built.
dent of the New York Herald, | i'.-gi-i'.’tkm'
unnecessary taxation is unjust. 1:
Count Von Moltko, the greatest of is Ail
to tho creed of democracy that
German generals, gave his opinion by repugnant
such taxation the cost of the íiects-arie.-
of the great generals of the Amer of life thould be already unjustly inefea-ed
to all oil:* re »p’e. .hidg -d by the demo ’rat
ican Civil War:
ie principles, the interests of the people art
1 have always regarded Generals buried when, by unnecessary taxation,
trusts and (ombinr.tior.s are permitted tn
Grant, Sherman and Lee as the exist,
which, while unduly enriching a few.
representative type of the highest combine to rob the body of our citizens b\
form of modern strategists, but Gen depriving them of the benet.to of national
eral Sheridan struck me as the competition.
E\erv democratic rule of government.:’
type of a thoroughly American Gen action is violated when, through unnvecssa
taxation a vast sum of money, far he
eral, with all the wonderful energy yond
the needs of an economical adminis
and fertility of resources tint char tration, is drawn from the people and tin
channels of free trade, and the wealth ae
acterize the nation, ami probably cumulated
as a demoralizing surplus is in
no better cavalry commander has the national treasury. The money now ly
ever taken the field. He was a ing idle in the federal treasury resulting
from -uperlluous uixi'.tion amounts to mon
past master in using horses for all than.
$125.0'00,DUO, and the surplus collected
they are worth, and all the armies is reaching the sum of more than ,00,000,-
of Europe have adopted many of Debauched . by this immense temptation
the lessons taught by him in the the remedy of the republican party is t<
meet and exhaust by extravagant appropri
tactic use of cavalry.
ations ami expenses, whether constitution
BEST WAGON IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
THE NATIONAL TUBULAR AXLE FARM WAGON,
P arlin ’ s N e ® S prinq
C ultivator *
al or not, the accumulation of extravagant
We of the United States are ac- taxation
'I'he «lemoeratic policy is to enforce fru
customed td boast that we have a galitv in public expense and abolish unnvc
Here is the recipe for harness big country; but even to our spirit rss»iry
Our established domestic industries niui
dressing adopted by the United of boasting the account given in enterprises should not and nee I nor b<
by the reduction and correctim
States government: One gallon tho June Century by George M. | endangered
of the hurtlens of taxation
neat’s foot oil, two pounds pay berry Keenman, of tho magnitude of Si < >n the contrary, a fair and careful r»-
lie duct ion of our tax laws, v\ ilh dm* a I Iowa nc*
tallow, two ]H>unds beeswax. 1’ut beria is quite overpowering.
tor the difference between the v ages <>!
the above in a pan over a moderate tells us that the whole of the Uni I American and foreign labor, must prmnot«
fire. When thoroughly dissolved, ted States from Maine to Oregon, I ami encourage every branch of such imlus-
ami enterprise l»y giving them the a>
add two quarts of castor oil; then ami from Lake Superior to thei i | tries
siirance of an. extended market and the
while on the fire stir in one ounce Gulf of Mexico, if set down in the' steady and continued operations and inter
(Sis of American labor, wlreli should in n<
of lampblack. Mix well and strain middle of Siberia would not touch event
through a fine cloth to remove sed anywhere the boundaries of that I The revision of our tax laws contemplate*
the tlvnioerats should pro»m>tv the ad
iment ; let it cool, and keep in tin great division of the Russian Em | by
vantage of such labor bv cheapening th
i co 4 ol* the necessaries of life in the lu ine
Again, the whole territorial ex | of eve y working num, at dm same tin .
to him steady i.nd rcniunvrative
D in ' s a protected employer pay tent of the United States, including ' securing
higher wnges than an Unprotected
I p»»n this question of tariff reform, s*
ly concerning every phase of our ra
one? How can a protective tariff side of Russia added, would still i vlox
tional hfe. ami up<m every question invol
compel an employer to pay high fall short of Silx>ria in dimensions 1 vol in the pruok-m of good government
wages? Does every rich employer by over :UM).(KM) square miles. i (lie denme atic parly -ubn.i’s its prim ip.’r-
prufvs-ioiLS to the suffrages of ih
pay higher wages than one moder This is only another way of stating | and
A met lean pc«‘| I»*.
ately well-to-do in the same busi that it is 2500 miles wide from north
I lie platform was unanimously adapted
ness; ar.d, if not, how are working to south and 5(MM> miles long from
men benefited ns a policy which east to west. Its northern latitude
The Oregonian’s press diepatcl.ee
rolls up great fortunes for the few is that of Greenland, while its ex are again very partisan.
at the expense of the many? These treme southern boundary extends years ago they were very bad, fur
are a few of the questions the to about the latitude of Naples, nished no news at all only that
protection organs should answer.— giving it, of course, great diversity which would do g.Hxl for the repub
of soil and climate. It has a fer lican party.
This early in the
tile and arable zone on the south campaign it opens out with a very
Secretary Endicott has bought four or five hundred miles in width partisan dispatch column.
2,000 blankets for the American extending its wh<de length, where
army from England manufacturt rs. all the crops of the temperate zone •X\ VtXAVtVV alwsys
Thus the war department admin- are cultivated with success.
Bonthor at li»uj. It la thè aaly m U
Across this country for a distance medicine yet mede that will nuovo aM
isters another scorching rebuke to
the audacious American sheep. of 5(MM) miles, a railroad is being infantile di.«>rd>-ra. li contains ae OptMS
M -rpAiae, bui rivo» thè ehild »«tarai
Tho al>ove is from a pajK-r publish pushed to the shores of the Pacific •r
mlm J ' >•"» ywi'a.
Urico 25 conta. SoN by
ed in Yamhill county. The editor ocean. If, as her empire develops,! Geo. W. Buri, drii. iiiaL
lacks tact or he never would have Russia can hold her people togeth-i
published tho fact that blankets er, infuse them with national spirit , On July 1st the new officers will
for our soldiers bad to be pun-luis- and wield their national power to l>e sworn in. The affairs of the
ed in England, for the reason that great ends, she will la-come in the1 county will be in chaos for a few
the blankets -manufactured by next ages the great |x>wcr of the weeks.
Americans are not blankets but an Eastern world.
thatave fretful, peevish,
imitation of cotton, or “shoddy“
AJV.vWW crons, or troubled with
ns it is called. A little free wool
Every laboring man should rend Windy Colic, Teathing Pains, or
would give them a chance to make the article in llelfords magazine, en Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
onco by using Acker’» Babv Soother.
good cloth and the laborer would titled Protection, tl»c Enemy <f nt
It contains no Opium or Morphine, Haynikrs ui me incest Pattern
have good clothes without going to Wnges. It i;- ly Thomas (». Sher Uaace ii Ctfe. Price 25 ceuta. bold by
W. Butt, druggist.
No 4 Osborne Mower
luuht Strci Frame Osborne Bind
We have Double Cultivators with all the
Die well known Kose Disc Harrow.
We have the Largest assortment of
Buggies in Yamhill county.