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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1888)
WEST SIDE .TELEPHONE.
THE PLAIN ANSWER.
BISHOP & KAY
Well, the great Oregonian has at, Final Proof on various Classes of En-
The Official Democratic Paper. last 9t admitted that the Mills bill
tries— who May wake it.
—1 haveopened a full stock of
does reduce the duty on sugar |
Of course, the person who initi
H. T j . HEATH. - - - - Publl.h.r. eleven millions of dollars. To be
G I. ASS WAKE,
New Goods, Latest
and Lowest Pyj.
true it says that this is not enough ates an entry for public land under
M c M innville , F riday , Jri.v 27, 1888. reduction'but we are thankful to it whatever law or method of disposal
for admitting a fact that it has all it may he, is the tierwon having the
along been sedulously concealing
A tine line of—
quired to make final proof, where COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
C LE V E LA N D and T H UR M A N. from its readers.
If we understand the Oregonian, such step is necessary to perfect
it does not object to a reduction of title under the provisions of the law. Train« forth«* East leave A«h St. wharf
$ 10 00 I
Light Weight Suit nt
The question as to who may every <lay at 19:30 A. M. and 1:1 5 P. M.
the tariff. What it does objeet to
CUT THIS OUT.
is the putting wool on the free list
Attached to the 1:15 pm train are through Fresh Vegetables of all descript ions
It will be of Service ’Twixt and No and not putting sugar on the free death of the entryman is one of Pullman Sleeping Cars to Council Bluffs
14 00 Light weight.
will be kept while in Season.
list: because that is sectional and general interest and no little impor and St Paul
15 00 Oregot> glve better satiHfaetjJ»
unfair, inasmuch as sugar is a tance, and respecting which the Walla Walla A: Dav ton Sleeper, which can
\\e have just added a Me".
By the following record of the southern product and wool is a public at large has very little knowl he boarded at East Portland station any Will sell at bottom price for casli or ex
17 .50 Tailoring department toourft
change for produce
electoral college in 1884 it will be northern ■ product. What it would
Trains arrive at 2:15 and 7:45 p m every
20 00 ¡te.;;
seen that Cleveland can lose Indi have is to put wool on the protected
THE PllE-EMPTION I.AWS
ana and still be elected, or can give list and sugar on the free list, which, are the oldest of the so-called "Set
The company reserve the right to
G 00 fitierkn°Wn tObPafine
All Wool Norfolk Jackets
Harrison New Jersey and Connecti as the former is a northern product tlement Laws,” and stand first in change
steamers or sailing days,
cut and yet win.
order. A claim having been initi
TO ASTORIA,-Str. It R Thompson
We will be wellplea8ed
_ States Voting for States Voting for would be eminently unsectional ated by settlement and in due time leaves
Asti st wharf every Monday Wed
3 00 our friends destrmg
Jas'. G. Blaine. and fair.
by filing of declaratory statement, and Saturday at 11:30 p. in. U S Mail
5 00 give us a call.
But the facts from which our es may be jierfectcd upon the death of steamer leaves Asli st. daily, except Sun
Alabama. ... 10 California. . . 8
The prices for Tailor Made G
the settler by the heirs of for their
Arkansas.... 7 Colorado. .. . 3
12 00 will be materially reduced andZ
Coats and Vests at
Connecticut . . 6 Illinois . ... 22 sectional character of the Mills hill benefit. 'That is, if the heirs have I TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
Alpaca Coats and Vests
Delaware......... 3 Iowa........... 13 are not facts at all, but fictions. It reached the age of twenty-one years, Leave Asli st. at <i a. m., except Sun
4 50 think are cheaper than any T.u
Florida......... 4 Kansas....... 9 is not true that wool is exclusively they may either collectively or by day.
2 50 shop in Oregon.
Alpaca Coats ond Vests
Georgia........... 12 Maine.......... 6 a northern product or that sugar is one of their number, acting for all, TO OREGON CITY, Dayton and Al
Remember our old motto
Indiana........... 15 ..Mass............ 14
submit the necessary proofs and bany.—Str. leaves Portland at 7 a. in.
Our lines of Neck Wear, Hosiery,
13 section is interested. Twenty per make payment for the land, where Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, for
Kentucky.... 1.3 Michigan
Dayton and way points. Returning leave
Silk Handerchiefs, Summer Under THE BEST GOODS FOR Tut
7 cent of all the wool raised in all the upon the patent will issue to “The Dayton
as 6 a. in., Tuesdays, Thursdays
GLASSWARE, wear, Gloves, Cuffs and Collars,
5 states and territories of the United heirs” of the deceased entryman. and Saturdays. For Albany and way
. 8 Nebraska
Plain and Fancy Shirts are full
... 3 States in the last census year 1879 If none of the heirs have attained points at 6 a. m., Mondays and Thurs
and complete, and our stock of new
4 was raised in the states which are the majority the final proof and days. Returning, leave Albany Wednes
.16 New Ham]i.
and Saturdays. TICKET OFFICE
Style Hats eclipse any stock ever
9 Ohio......... 23 called the solid south. Twenty-five payment may be made for the bene days
FIRST OAK STS. A. L. MAXWELL,
before offered to the people of
New York . . . 3G < )regon......... 3 per cent of all the sheep owned fit of the heirs by a guardian duly
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent.
11 Penn............ 30 that year in the states and territor appointed. The widow, as a general
4 ies were raised in the south. In rule, is not entitled to perfect the
South Car... 9 Rhode Is.. .
Tennessee. ... 12 Vermont ... 4 that year only two states had more claim of her deceased husband in
Texas.............. 13 Wisconsin . 11 slice]) than Texas, the home of Mr. her own right, hut in states where
Mills, only seven raised more wool. by law she is one of the heirs, she
1S-2 Texas hud more »beep >han the is entitled to all rights and benefits
seven northern states, Colorado, accuring to other heirs.
Connecticut, Iowa, Maine, Mi’”ie-
TIIE HOMESTEAD I AW,
sota, Nebraska and New Hampshire.
THEN AND NOW
Only seven states, one of these be next in order, awards the land em
ing Texas, had more sheep than braced in the claim of the deceased
Without a comment we present Missouri, a member of the solid entryman, first to the widow. If
to you this week these two declara south and supporter of the M:!'s there be no widow, the right and
tions on one subject by the Repub bi'l. The four stales of Missouri, free inure to the benefit of such “in
lican party. Observe them care Teaxs, Kentucky and Tennessee fant child or children” may survive
had five and a half millions of the the death of the parehts. In such
Platform of 1884. Platform of 1888, total of 35 million slice]) raised in case the land may he sold for the
benefit of the child or children,.or
The protection the United States. Missouri had title
may be perfected for their ben
can party ple’ges issue must be more than Illinois, Indiana or Iowa. efit, in the usual manner, by duly
itself to correct maintained.* *
the inequalities * 'I'lie Republi Minnesota. Alabama had more appointed guardian. There being
widow or "infant child” the
of the tariff and can party will ef than New Jersey and New Hamp no
to the heirs or devi
to reduce the fect all needed shire put together. Kentucky had see of descends
the deceased eiftryman and
surplus, not by reductions of the more than Kansas, Minnesota and the proof may be made by any one
the vicious and national reven Nebraska combined. The fifteen
i n d i s criminate ues by repealing states of the south had about one - of them for the benefit of all, and
for RUSSELL & CO. fine
process of hori the taxes upon tb'rd as many slice]) as all the patent will issue to “The heirs.”
patent is to be issued for
zontal reduction, tobacco, which northern states including all the Where
of “infant child or child
but by such
methods as wi'l ance and bivden r’oni a compendium of the tenth ren” the ftdl name of each and
relieve the tax to agriculture census, page 680. They show that every child must appear therein.
'N00VM lAldVJ 3“IXV dVinani "IVN0I1VN 3H1
Qin- Qittle .«65 Wagon
payer without and tue (ax ujion the south is greatly interested in
Where entries or claims have
injuring the la the spiiils used the slice]) industry, if not to as
" great an extent as all the north as bsen duly initiated under the home
bor or the great in the arts.
productive int -r- * We favor the a whole, at any rate to greater ex stead and pre-emption laws by per
e»ts of the coun- entire repeal of tent than many of the no. ¿hern sons who have subsequently be
the intern I taxes states. The three stat >s, Califoi lia come insane, the same may be at
rather than (lie Mid ignnand Ohio and New Mexico once jierfected by any person duly
surrender of any te toiy bad more than half of the authorized to act for the entryman
of our pnfeclive toii'l number of sheep in the noltll- during his disability, it being neces
ern states. Leaving out these four sary to show in the final proof only
stales the south had a number of that the requirements of law were
THE REAL VICTORIA
sheep equal to about 60 per ce )t of fully complied with by the entry
the number in tlie other 28 states man, up to the time of becoming
An extraordinary royal scandal and teniloiles. What ever the insane, and that the insanity exists.
¡8 disclosed in Europe, consequent reasons for putting wool on the ee
THE TIMBER < I’l.Tl’HE I.AW.
upon the death of Emperor Fred l'«t, one of them was not that the
erick, of Germany.
A woman south was not. interested in wool.
known as Mrs. Kent claims to be
Equally aside from the truth is does not require actual residence
XS3dV3HO 3HJL SAVM1V SI N00VM 1838 3Hl Jii
the first-born of Queen Victoria. the statement that sugar was not upon the land entered, yet by rea
About tin* same time a German put on the free list because the son of the cultivation, etc., required,
countess gave birth to a girl bane, south was interested in that article. an entry made by its authority
of which Prince Albert was the Of the 178,872 hogsheads of sugar may fairly be considered a “settle
father. Mrs. Kent’s story is that produced in the United States in ment claim.” Proof upon an entry
the countess prevailed upon Prince 1870, Louisiana produced 181,706. of this class can be made by or for
P arlin ’ s N ew S princ
Albert to substitute her baby for Not more than half of the state the benefit of the heirs only.
THE DESERT LAND LAW.
the one born to the queen, ami this produces sugar, so that the area de
C ultivator .
was done without the knowledge of voted to sugar raising is not, proba
Is applicable only to the Stites of
the cheat ever coming to the queen bly, much greater than Hie Willa California, Oregon and Nevada, and
until revealed to her by Prince Al mette valley. The other states of the Territories of Washington, Ida
bert on his death bed. Mrs. Kent the south are not more interested ho, Montana, f'tah, Wyoming, Ari
received a handsome annuity from in the production of sugar than the zona, New Mexico and Dakota.
a mysterious source until lately, north. On the other hand, the The final proof and payment may
and she is now without means of south is very much more interested be made by or for the benefit of the
support, except as she earns it by in wool than it is in sugar. The heirs, or by a duly appointed ad
literary work. She believes that value of the wool output in the ministrator.
Queen Victoria will confess the south is much greater that the value
TIIE TIMHEIi LAND LAW.
facts us they were disclosed to her of all the product of the sugar
o])eratve only in the States of Cali
by Prince Albert, ami as he did, cane.
upon the death bed. She insists
It follows from these fads that fornia. Oregon ami Nevada, and
that she, and not the lady known whatever else the Millshill may be, Washington territory, requires proof
to the world as Victoria, now dowa it is not sectional as far as concerns precedent to entry. This must as
ger Empress of Frederick, is the sugar and wool.
Texas, for in a rule, as any one can see, be made
rightful Crown Princess of England. stance, is not more interested in by the party applying to make the
In form and face and characteris the sugar than Oregon and is more entry. Exceptions to the rule are
made, however, and where an ap
tic», Mrs. Kent bears notable resem- interested in Wool.
who has initiated a claim,
blgnco to the British queen, ami
But w ith the Republican pat tv,
many believe her remarkable story. every discussion takes its hue mid and commenced the publication re- I
We have Double Cultivators with all the
She has sent the documentary evi color from a sectional feeling. 'The quired, dies before the expiration of I
dence to support her claim to the Mills bill may not in its details be the prescrilied period of publication,
Vatican, for safe-keeping until she what any of us would have i;. (t administrator for the benefit of the
shall require it. Sweet Little But would be a wonder if it we e,-o heirs.
tercup” in Pinafore, had never so many interests dash in the making
mi: MINING I.AWs
of any reduction. But an intdli-j
grand a ease of baby farming. It gent discussion of it on its merits.' The proofs required under the
will illustrate that she is a wise without predjudice or partiality, laws relating to mineral cutri< >
mother who can recognize her own would be better than an utterly may lie made by any party in in
false issue about it.— Benton Lean-j (crest, or the duly authorized agent
[of such party.
H e \ i > N <’m i-
l'exas is troubled with a plethora
The Scientific American says the „(• cash. Its bonded indebtedness >»
George V. N. L itlirop. Am r'can
farmers of the United States con Only $1.500,060, which the holders minister to Russia has
sume thirty-five thousand tons of will not exchange for the money,
twine annually in their harvesting prefering to draw the interest ; and
operations. This twine is usually | there is in the state treasury a'sur
Not ire is hereby given thru uh u hu <
made of sisal or manilla hemp, and , plus of more than $2.000,000. The ■'igned guardian «»I the <>lat< of 11 <«
Burns, an insane |»erson, pursuant to an
the consumption of twine ]>er acre | school fund has a surplus of $16,• I «»nler
of the Count) < >»irt of Yumliill < <».,
Steel Frame Osborne Binde!
public auction to
is put at two pounds, or twelve (MM),000, for nearly half of which no Oregon Will dtilj
the highest bidder, on
hundred feet, at a cost of almut safe investment can be llI|lilu
SAT I liDAY. Aug 25th. I\ n \
found. . The
I he manilln j farmers, to whom the stab* has at One o'clock p.tn., on the premise!» in th<
City of McMinnville. Yamhill County,
hemp twine ia a little more expen-1 hep» celling its lands at forty-nine1 Oregon, the following dc»cril>ed real estate
said estate “tn wit.”
give than »¡sal, but it is said to go I v,,arR. liine ,vitb on)v R per amt.. I Lot
* No. live »» and six t 0 • in BLnk No.
further, and to be actually chcajier interest, in the hope that they would | nine !» in the! ity of M< MiniHille. Yam
hill Count) . < >regon.
te use, because it is stronger and be very dilatory about paying the Term« nl Sale, two third* ca*hd«»wn. and
I m I; iiut on time, pnr« h.i>cr trixinu not.
more durable, and doe» not have principal, are piling in the money , cured
bv mortgage on the premises
the breakages which occasion a Iowa on the over burdened state treasurer. l>ate<l. July UMh. IXXH. I II « Burn
W. I< Bradshaw.
< «nardittn of
of time in their repair.
The counties are doing the same.; Atty for said estate July 13 estate
To add to its misery the state has '
The river and harbor bill amount« 80,000,000 acres of land yet to sell. I
Ilrtvrakes Of The Latest Pattern
to 121,500,000. The preaulent will w]ljc]1 Bre bringing every year high- Children Cry for
probably »ign it
er and .....
MARTIN & SANDERS,
HARDWARE and FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
Wo 4L Osborne Mower
We have the Largest assortment of
Buggies in Yamhill county.