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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 27, 1890)
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Thursday, February 27, 1890.
offers a» a premium to new subscribers
and old ones who pay up their ar
rears and subscribe one year in ad
vance, a self-binder. The subscriber
who gets the premium can hare the
choice of a McCormick or Deering
To the person, who brings in the
largest list of subscribers under this
arrangement will be, given an Oliver
Chilled Plow. To the person who
brings in the second largest list will
be given a Cahoon Broadcast Seeder.
Our travelling canvasser will call
upon every one in the county during
the next month or so and receive your
subscription, or you can send in your
subscription through the mail, nr call
at this office.
The distribution of premiums will
take place in this city on the Fourth
of July, giving plenty of time for the
lucky subscriber to use his binder
during harvest. The machines can
be seen at the Implement house of J.
G. Ballinger <t Co.
WE ASK A FAIR SHOW.
DE MORES AND THE JEWS.
certain facts which no doubt he does not
The Marquis de Mores is an enterpris- (
ing person, and he is evidently bound to
All we ask is a fair show.
keep himself before the public. Possibly
he is ambitious to succeed Boulanger as
If there is such a thing as retribution a startling and picturesque figure in the
politics of hiB country. The marquis has
it has surely come to the family of James
energy enough for the role. Besides I
G. Blaine. The story of their youngest
son, James G. Blaine, Jr., is known to running a cattle ranch in Montana, he
has found time to shoot an editor, and is ;
the whole country, Rays an exchange.
| |He fell in love with a young actress and now out with a violent assault upon the i A YEWS CHERRY PECTORAt is the
Jews of France. According to De Mores,
married her, against the wishes of his
best ot all cough cures. It allays inflamma
family. There has never been a word the Hebrews run the country by stand-1 tion of the throat and speedily removes irri
ing ready to lend mone.v on demand to ■ tating mucus from the bronchial passages.
said against her reputation. But she
Mrs. L. P. Cutler, 47 North Washington
New York City, says : “ When I was a
was an actress, or trying to be one, and the government and by wholesale and sq..
girl of 17 I had a cough, with profuse night
systematic bribery of the fuctionaries of ; sweats,
and Ayer’s Clierry Pectoral cured
the prejudice against that class was tbe
me. I have recommended this preparation
only thing against her. From all ac the departments.
in scores of similar cases.”
Why the Rothschilds, or any other
counts, she tried to do her duty. But
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral,
Mrs. Blaine, the mother of the young Jew or Christian should not lend money Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maes.
all by Druggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
husband, ss* herself about the task of
breaking up the union. She went to and interest are satisfactory, the bellig
work with a spirit that was devilish. erent marquis does not condescend to
Forgetting that she bad herself been tbe say. As for his charges of widespread
subject of a public scandal, in which her bribery, we fancy that nobody of judg
Mind wandering cured. Books learned
husband was enforced to bring a suit for ment will tako very much stock in the
in one reading. Testimonials from all
parta of the globe. Prospectus post
libel, she could not bear the thought tale.
FREE, sent on application to Prof.
I A. Loisette, 237 Fifth Ave. New York.
The hatred of the Jews displayed by
that the pure blood of her family should
be mixed with that of an actress. Cold De Mores is common enough in Europe,
blooded, relentless, devilish, she worked and no doubt the marquis has pleased a
until she succeeded by pei suasion and great many people by his outburst. The
force, in separating her weak-brained foundation cause of the anti-Semitic
son from his wife and the baby that had prejudice is the superior business abili
been born to them. The wife, thus de ty of the Hebrews. Ages of persecution
serted, was again compelled to seek the —the denial of the Jews’ right to hold
stage, with indifferent success until sick land, their exclusion from public life
ness incapacitated her for work. For and military service—forced the vigor
Has a Complete Stock of
months she Jay helpless with rheuma and brains of the race into the commer
tism, not expected to live, during which cial channel. As a consequence, a gen
time she was dependent upon others for ius for business has been developed in
support. The Blaines, worth hundreds them, and in this commercial age thev
of thousands of dollars, did not offer a are reaping at once the reward of their
And is Prepared to do
dollar to assist her or a word of sympathy sufferings and revenge for the wrongs of
to console her. This is one side of the centuries.
How rapidly the Jew expands under
story. The other side is worthy of
thought. From tbe day that tho cruel favorable influences is shown by the
act was consummated, the hand of fate modern advance of the race in England
On Short Notice and at Hea-
has been lain heavily upon the Blaine and America, where they have been
family. With high political aud social longest upon the same legal and social
standing, unbounded popularity, and
wealth to heart’s desire, tbe family has States particularly the Jew enters fully i have machines for cutting
known only sorrow. First, a sister of and heartily into the varied life of the
threading pipe from |
Mrs. Blaine died. Next, two brothers of times.
inch to 2 inches.
Mr. Blaine followed. Recently, Walker i
Blaine, the pride and hope of the family, 88 W®H a8 *n business, and excel in all
¿2 ■ and ■ unexpectedly
the callings which they follow. We
I also Keep on Hand
later, the oldest daughter. Mrs. Copping- have no keener politicians than the He-
er, died after a brief illness. Almost | brews.
Bath Tubs, Sinks. Boilers
Some of our foremost lawj’ers and phy
half the family gone in a lew days’ time;
Everything Necessary to
and Mr. Blaine himself is liable to go sicians are Jews. They are a power in
Fit your House with
any day. As to young Blaine himself,
he has met with a round of failures since raised always for local improvements,
Hot and Cold
the infamous proceeding spoken of. He and their hands go cheerfully into their
failed as a newspaper man and lost his
situation. Then he went to work to learn We have no class in which public spirit
0. 0. HODSON.
the trade of a machinist, but it was is stronger.
above liis capacity, and he had to aban
don it. Now he liaB been given a clerk position who should du here what the
ship in one of the departments, not on Marqnisde Mores has done in the French
account of litness or merit, but on ac capital? He would simply be laughed
I also handle Choice Garden
count of his father, and will perhaps at as a crank, a belated survival of the Seeds, grown by reliable seedsmen,
prove a failure there. Have these things
to which your attention is called
The Jews of France, no doubt, are
just hapi>cned so, or is it retribution? Is
when wanting anything in this line.
there not some power that is watching
6. O. HODSON.
over and avenging the wrongs of that barebrain as De Mores can do to them.
poor girl and lier baby, even though she The claws of persecution have been clip-i
be an actress? The proud shall be ped, and clipped for good.
humbled, and the mighty brought low.
The Southern Oregon paper published I
ANY AND ALL KINDS OF PLUMBING
sfb have the Exclusivo Control of
Invest your money in
The Stagg's Farm of 120 acres,
has been divided up into
It is situated
( opposite the Yam-
i hill county fair
| ground and is a
either for resi
gardening or fruit
ranches. and is
• within one-half
| mile of this city,
¡High and dry with beautiful
spring water. This
property will be
sold in tracts io
suit the purchas
er on front $100
tn $150 per acre.
This property is
fast being pur
chased. Stir your
selves and buy
MW“ For further particulars call on
or address Wm. Galloway, E. E.
Goucher, James Agee, McMinnville,
for Infant« and Children
Am. don’t ham to «¿Ter a prtzo to toll tUC
Boost. for ttttSt BEST HADE. Evtry Can Boldt
ONE AND ONE HALF POUNDS.
J. N. HENDERSON.
MC. MINNVILLE, ORE. ■
J. G. BALLINGER & CO
The best and simplest
All sizes from 22 calibre
to 45 calibre.
has won mere
Srizes at Target
all other makes
of rifles put to
All prices from
Stand without a
rival for accu
racy and killing
or small game
IN THAT LINK.
IDeexixxg' anà McCormick Bindeaa,
Staffalo Z^itts I’lxxeslxexs eixxd. Engines,
^Eaxxsfield. ZEmg'irc.es and S sltxt ^Æills
Col-u-xn-btis B-u-g-g-ies, Bain Wagens,
Oliver Olxilled. and Scotoli Clipper Flews.
Flying Dutchman Fangs and SullKies
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Ask your dealer to show
Illustrated Catalogue sent
FREE on application.
MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO.
The Independence board of trade met
J». O. Box 20 r-,
last night and perfected plans for proper
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
at Grant’s Pass says Josephine county i
ly meeting C. P. Huntington when he :
THE SEAL PIRATES.
will have to pay into the state triasury |
makes the inspection of the west side
The preparations of tbe private sealers $5366 61. This is a dead drain upon the I
road, and lay before him the necessity of I
Lyman’s Patent Coi ‘.nation Gnn-Sigßt.
to start irom San Francisco, Victoria and circulating medium of the county, as: ^oTur'eed ‘APHRODITINE”
extending the road to Junction city.
Is S old on a
the northern ports at the opening of the none of the state disbursements reach !
This extension should take place for var
coming season show that there is no this far off region, except an occasional .
ious reasons: the first being the increas
great fear of the government cruisers. small sum paid to the sheriff for taking
form of nervous
ed amount of freight and travel which
disease, or any
The private sealers, as a matter of course, prisoners to the penitentiary at Salem.
40 Per Cent.
would go ¡to the road. This means
disorder of the
deny that they intend to catch any seals The fact that the state tax is a constant
gold for the company’s coffers. The sec
gans of either
unlawfully, but there is no doubt that and heavy drain upon the industry of
sex whether ar
ond reason would be the increased im
SEND FOR TO pace C>*-
from the after
the most of the sealing vessels are to sail Josephine county, creates a strong equity
(if Sights, Rifles, etc.
portance and growth of the west side.
excessive use of Stimulants, Tobacco or Opium,
for the Behring and depend on their for an occasional appropriation to aid it or through youthful indiscretion, over indulg
The last reason also effects the company,
Ac., such as Loss of Brain Power, Wakefur
chances of taking skins tlieie and escap in making roads through its unsettled encc,
ncss. Bearing down Pains in the Back, Seminal
for with our growth the road’s earnings
ing the revenue cutters.
I mountains to assist in giving us more
would increase-in ratio. Other reasons
al Emissions. Leucorrhcea, Dizziness, Weak Mem
IDEAL RELQADHtQ TOOLS
The efforts of the government in the people.
ory, Loss of Power and Impotency, which if ne
I III I IIBIII ■■ »■■■» r}
are apparent. The events of the past j
glected often lead to premature old age and insan
past few years have not been of a kind to
Now is the time to be looking up the place where you can buy plows the cheapest. We are here in busi
few weeks have demonstrated beyond a
As the years go by the name of George mail on receipt of price.
strike terror into the lawbreakers. With
ness and we are here to stay, and we tell you-the reader-that we will sell you
doubt that the west eide is the best side
A WRITTEN GUARANTEE for every $5.00
and Shot Cuns.
only one or two vessels to patrol the Washington, who was born 158 years ago order, to refund the money if a Permanent
B ert in thf W cbi . i ». Send^ i
for a road bed. It is less liable to ser
whole of the American side of the Behr last Saturday, is less heard. He was from old and young, of both sexes, permanently
ious washouts and delays in traffic than
ing there is no great chance of catching the Father of his country, and our pres cured by A phroditine . Circular free. Address
IDEAL MF’G CO..
the east side. There are fewer bridges
THE APHRO MEDICINE CO.
New Haven, Conn. ' I
•ox 1064 G ,
I any particular one of the forty or more ent greatness is wholly owing to the mil
on this side and by a small expenditure ;
itary ability displayed by him during the
We have in Stock
of money the roadbed in the Wapato
Unless tlie government takes more war of independence. He should not be Sold bv Rogers Bros , sole agents for Me
lake region could be raised and all dan
vigorous measures to protect the seals forgotten.
ger from a washout avoided. The road j
against unlimited and wanton killing
is demanded by the citizens of this side 1
A. Bush, chairman, has called the
than it has heretofore, there will soon be
because of the present lack of facilites
an end of the sealing industry, so far as democratic state central committee to i
• for . the touriBt to see the best part of
Don’t buy a Steel Plow until you see the OLIVER. iT IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST PLOW IN THE
this country is concerned. There is al meet at the Chemeketa hotel parlors in
Oregon. With the road built to Junction
ready a diminution of the number of Salem on Wednesday, March 19th, at 2
the tourist could take his choice of two
seals. The practice of Bhooting the ani o’clock p. m. This will be the practical
routes through the valley. At any rate
mals in the water on their way to the opening of the campaign for the election
be could travel from Portland south on
breeding grounds is very destructive. It of June next, by the democrats.
one line and return on the other, seeing
is estimated that seven seals are killed
Harold M. Sewell has been appointed
the whole of the beautiful valley. With
n this way tor one skin secured. The consul-general to the Samoan Islands.
good traveling facilities the west side
The latter has been in actual use in this county, and has VANQUISHED ALL COMPETITORS. We Chall
illegal sealers shoot the females and His services during the Samoan difficulty
would soon become thickly populated
It Is ZZSu.ild.irxg' Tip.
enge and Defy all Competitors, the Plow shows for itself. Testimonials from reliable citizens of this
young seals, where the govern "'CL. r»gu- have been rewarded by the administra -Z\.n.d.
from tbe fact that it possesses and could
county can be seen at our office. We are a new firm and cannot afford to misrepresent the aoods which
lationa allow only the “bachelor seals”— tion. This, we believe, is the first effort
Soon Lots will be scarce and Command a Higher Price.
offer better inducements in tbe way of
i we place on the market.
the grown males that have been unabl j at civil service reform made by the Jingo !
elimate, soil and variety of production to
Buy IT owt - ZEBefoxe Too TLote
to secure mates—to be killed, «nd p;o- Ah Ben administration.
the would-be settler by far than can the
Price Ranges $50 up. For full particulars apply to
hibit the slaughter of females or young
J. I. KNIGHT <t CO..
seals. If the estimates are correct the
In this country tr en often dig their own
THE I Nt ESTM EXT Co .
All we ask is a fair show.
JAS. FLETCHER <t CO..
49 Stark St.. Portland. Or.
30,000 skins taken by the seal pirates political graves, but in China recently,
Real Estate Agents, McMinnville
F. BARNEKOFF & CO..
The increase of traffic since 1885 in
last season have been at tbe expense of as reported by the Associated Press,
McMinnville Flouring Mills
this city over the Southern Pacific lines
the slaughter of over 200,000 seals. With fourteen crimináis were compelled to dig
has been upwards of 50 per cent annual
the lawful killing of 100,000 yearly by tbe their own graves before thev were exe
ly. This increase ¡3 unprecedented and
lessees of the sealing grounds, it is cuted.
goes to show the unbounded resources of
small wonder that the number of seals is
the section with McMinnville as its cen
Sandy Olds, the murderer of Emil
diminishing. This practice will soon
ter. Thi3 increase in the business of the I
cause the remnant of the seals to change Weber, has been found guilty three times
road has been almost entirely due to the
their breeding-grounds to the Russian by a jury of his peers. The next verdict
growth of this city and section. The
side of the sea, where there will be no will be before a higher tribunal, which
Southern Pacific has no competition here
hesitation in seizing every scaler that he will reach by means of a hempen lad
•nd the rates have been accordingly high
gets over the line, and no tenderness der.
er. The road has been carrying freight
about confiscating the vessel and im
The world’s fair will be held in Chica
in car lots from Corvallis, 50 miles south
prisoning the crew when they are cap go. It is the place for it. Chicago de
of us and Independence, 25 miles south, tured.
served it from the amount of rush and
through McMinnville to Portland, for $1
The United Slates government should energy expended in their effort to gain
per ton, while they charged $2 per ton
1 take vigorous measures to protect its the prize.
•com this city. This was because of com-1
i seals. It should have a larger force in
the sea, and enough men should be sent
AU we ask is a fair show.
on the cruisers to put large enough prize Committee will moet at Portland on
Further, boats run up as far as Dayton
You will find the most complete
B. CLARK, PROPRIETOR.
I crews on the seized vessels to see that March 5th, in the parlors of the St.
which is only seven miles from this city,
, they go to Sitka and not to Victoria. If Charles Hotel.
and thev were only charging |1 per ton
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
I this is not done one of the most valuable
Crockery and Glassware. Stand
to Portland. Besides, tbe narrow gauge
industries of the north will soon be end
A Locomotive in Trouble.
and Library Lamps
Furniture of all the Latest Styles aide to
road, which, from Whites station, three
ed. Tbe seal pirates should be made to
Ever Brought to the City.
order In Oak, Ash er lay Wood
One of the locomotives of the P. & W.
miles from McMinnville, to Lafayette, a understand that the United States gov
Fine Teas and Coffes a special
V. road was attached at Dundee Tues
distance of fifteen miles, parallels the
ernment is larger than they are. The
ty; Roast Coffee ground free of
day, at the suit of a citizen of Sheridan,
Southern Pacific, being at no point more
government would get better terms for who had a lot of cattle killed on the
ony part of the city.
than three miles away, was carrying
its lease if it bad spent a little more in road some time since by a train going off
freight for from $1.25 to $1,50 per ton. protecting it in the last
J. H. HENDERSON. Prop.
few years.— Ex- a trestle. Superintendent McGuire got
Orders taken for all kinds of work and
Owing to this difference in rates a large aminer.
satisfaction guaranteed Call at factory
the engine across the line into Washing
portion of the wheat, oats, wool, and
and see specimens of furniture,
other commodities which are shipped
Professor John Henry Comstock, the ton county, and then looked for some of
Do not buy without first seeing u.e furni
out annually, was deflected from its di eminent naturalist, begins in the New ficer of the company to give the neces
ture manufactured here in your own state
rect marketing point and was shipped York Ledger ot March 1, a series of six sary bonds to enable him to keep his
Boot & Shoe Dealer. and county
via these other routes.
articles on the study of insects, in which trains running. Mr. R. Koehler, the
AU we ask is a fair show.
| he describes, not only those insects,
Our merchants have been compelled which are useful to tho farmer, but also,
Prices Consistent with Good Work
CIRCULAR AND F-RiCE LIST.
to compete with this difference in freight those which destroy entire fields of grain, the matter, and “the only executive of
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES.
JEBS* EDW A RDF.
rates by lowering the profit on their I cotton and rice, and ravage orchards, ficer of the company in the state,” Vice-
wares. They did it, and have success- gardens and vineyards. He demonstrates President Reid, was not inclined to take
iully maintained and made McMinnville how it was scientifially determined that charge of the business. Just how Super
the commercial center of this county, an average annual loss of $40,000,000 has intendent McGuire is going to pull his
Proprietors of The M Minnrillr
We dow want the railroad management been occasioned in the South by the cot- locomotive through is not yet known.
In building formerly’ occupied by Me
: ton worm alone; and an average loss per
Minnville News Co
AU we ask is a fair show.
j year of nearly $2,400,000, has been THAT Hacking Cough can be so quickly
by Shiloh's cure. We guarantee it.
Tbe interests of the railroad and the brought about in the apple crop of Illi cured
Sold by Rogers Bros
people are mutual and we hope the man nois by the ravages of the codlin moth.
Situated at the Southwest corner of the
For lame back, side or chest use Shiloh’s
J S HIBB.1*.
Proprietor. Fair GrOnndi. .Al! rizos of
agement when on tbe inspection tour The series is profusely illustrated.
porous plaster; price 25 cents
will take into consideration tbe facts set
First-Class Drain Tile
Fresh Meats of all kinds constantly on
’S cough and consumption cure
and Jeweler. hand.
WILL you suffer with dyspepsia and liv
Highest price paid for Butcher's kept constantly on hand at lowest living
forth above. Our citizens are interesting is SHILOH
sold bv us on a guarantee. It cures con- er complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is guaran
Dealer In All Kinde ot Watches, jewelry. Plated Ware
themselves in the matter and will receive smption Rogers Bros.
EDWARDS <fc DERBY,
teed to cure you. Sold by Roger'»Rrm
Ciechi and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR
T hird S trfbt , McMtxxvtM.it. O r .
The Celebrated French Cure,
The Best Plows in the Market for the Lowest Prices!
The New Champion Moline Walking Plow, The Garden City Walking Plow
The Oliver Chilled and Steel Plows.
ARE SELLING FAST!
Special Attention is Called to the Flying Dutchman Riding and Walking Gang
Red Front Grocery E
F. DIELSCHNEIDER, Furniture Factory,
B ooks ,
Musical Goods and Instrnmeuts
of all Kinds.
No Goods Misrepresented as to
Edwards &, Derby,