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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1892)
Mr. Cleveland suffered defeat in 1888
as a consequence of his rushing need
For the Men Who Will Decide lessly in the forefront of the battle. He
The sentiments of Senator John M. Selection»
The Matter In November.
HARDING L HEATH, Publishers.
Palmer of Illinois on the tariff and sil
is not bold enough or thoughtless
ver questions are interesting and the
enough to do so again He will be wiser
following Ls an interview with the New
Both he and Hill will
would be treachery for his thousands of
$i 00 Y’ork IFortd reporter. “As to the tariff”
9na Copy. per year. in advance
probably be as careful how they talk en
.50 said the old veteran, slowly rubbing
Ona Copy, »lx month» in advance .
to the manipulation of a dozen the silver question as the ancient ora
his hands up and down his knees as he sheep
who have already begun to cles used to be in framing answers to
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville sat bolt upright, witli legs-rather wide
offices.— Kansas Citg Star the questions propounded to them. It
Oregon, as second-class matter.
apart,” as to the tariff, I suppose I am
is not their duty to construct the plat
about as near to being a free trader as —But. Dem.)
form of the national democratic party,
T he advertising R ates or T he T ele you can get. What is more absurd
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in
Of all the presidential candidates and so if they decide to remain silent
consideration the circulation. Single than for a great nation to be held in Uncle Isaac Pusey Gray is the most until they shall have read the platform
inch, $1.00, each subsequent inch, $.75. the leading strings of a narrow tariff
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
diligent sawer of wood in the business. which is to be constructed by the Chi
lioliey? We have resources enough to He hasn’t said anything for a year, but cago convention nobody can blame
y early contracts
invade the commerce of the world in bis thought works are thundering away them, especially in view of the opinions
Jo» W ork N eatly A nd Qcn ki . v E xeicted
at reasonable rates Our facilities are stead of shrinking from it. With the at a lively gait, and his hoosier admir on the silver question which both of
the best in Yamhill county and as goal capital of a world at our command and
ers sit wondering what the outcome them have in times past expressed.
as any in the state A complete steam
matchless resources, all the talk for the will be.— Buffalo Courier—Tlem.
plant’insures quick work.
tariff isftlie sheerest nonsense. The old
J edge Taylor of Astoria probably gets
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B molvtions or C okdoi . kxce and all O bit - idea of protection is absurd and we
Mr. Henry Watterson is convinced along with less brains than any other
narv Poetry will l>e charged for at regular
have outgrown it. Wc have cast aside that neither Cleveland nor Hill is avail lawyer in the state of Oregon. He sen
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our swaddling clothes anil should lie able as presidential timber, and that tences a man who committed premedi
A ll C ommunications M ust 1» e S igned B y
the person who sends them, not for pub gin an aggressive policy.”
the west must furnish the democratic tated murder to one year in the peni
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
There is no hedging in that talk, but candidate. In this opinion it must be tentiary; he sentences a fisherman who
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good there is in it the sturdy old warrior’s
faith. No publications will be published
said that Mr Watterson at feast reflects took two salmon worth one dollar, to
ringing bugle blast of aggression, al the present dominant sentiment of his three years in the penitentiary, then
unless so signed.
ways aggression. On the silver ques party. (Baltimore Herald—Did.)
sentences a man who has maliciously
A ddress A ll C ommunications
. E ither ton
tion the very mention of which sends
libeled another through a new spaper to
the editorial or business departments.
T he T elephone -R egister . McMinnvit^, so many politicians skulking to cover,
year in the Clatsop county jail.
The statement of Senator l’almer
he is equally flat-footed.
that he is too old to be a presidential We would have justice indeed if all the
S ample C opies O f T he T elei ’H une - kegih -
“In 1874, when 1 advocated a hard- candidate is likely to be accepted by men in the state were of the Judge
ter will be mailed to any person in the
platform, I said I was in favor the National convention of his party Taylor calibre.
United States or Europe, who desires one,
of the free coinage of gold and silver as a sufficiently fit reason for not nomi
free of charge
Polk county foolishly invested $20,-
were they of equal value. I am in favor nating him. To impose upon him the
W e I nvite You T o C omeare T he T ele -
ehoxe -R egister with any other paper the free coinage of silver when, and burden of a superheated campaign and 000 in a bridge to build up Salem, and
published in Yamhill county.
only when it is of the same value with the four years’ physical and mental by that and other tricks dark and mys
gold. With silver at 70 cents, as it is labor of an official occupancy of the terious, raised the levy for county pur
All subscribers who do not reccire their now, I am not in favor of its free coin
White House would be like digging his poses about three mills. Linn county,
paper regularly will confer a favor by im
grave in advance of his death.— From as an investment, gave $40,000 for their
mediately reporting the same to this office
bridge, and the tax in Linn for county
that we can’t get rid of. I am not in the Harrisburg Patriot—Dem.
purposes is only eight mills. (Let the
favor of the Bland bill either. That is
Thursday, March 24, 1892.
ask himself why this state of
not even a free-silver-coinage measure.
The Gorman-Hill Men seem to be
It is a measure enabling jieople to dump against Cleveland, and with the pow facts exists.— West Side.
Roger Q. Mills was elected to the their silver and take away silver notes
erful machine of New York against
United States senate by the Texas 1 in place of it.”
The new Salem paper, the Marion
him it might be dangerous to nominate
legislature on Tuesday.
Speaking of the present drift of polit him. There is little doubt the ex-presi County Democrat, by E. H. Flagg, has
made its appearance. Mr. Flagg is a
ical methods, Senator Palmer said:
dent could be nominated without New-
What does Binger Hermann pay
“It may be that changed conditions York’s vote and that he deserves the newspaper man of experience, and we
for the column of advertising on the of affairs demand it, but for my part I
don’t know of a place where a demo
honor; but risk should not be taken
first page of the Oregonian.
regret to see that fieeple are going away when there are such great, popular cratic paper was needed more than at
Salem. We wish him abundant suc-
more from the immediate direction of
Col. Eddy, of Washington, in a ' the administration of affairs. They are and deserving democrats as Boies and cess.
speech at Olympia a few days before leaning too much upon primaries and Palmer.— Youngstown (O.) Vtnrficafor.
the Seattle election, declared, “as goes bosses and the party machine. I can Dem.)
So General Alger is one millionaire
Seattle, so goes the state of Washington not help but regard that as unfortunate
of the race for presidency. His
Now that everybody lias had his fun
It betokens a degree of indifference over the fact that little Rhode Island war record wont stand the public eye.
His nerve was not perhaps as steady
It is unaccountable that a mail entirely wrong. All this has phanged with her handful of delegates has then as now. It looks as if Harrison
should take mustard suppers, drink
what a caucus was. There was no se Cleveland as an offset to Hill’s solid will be nominated by default and the
beer, smoke rank cigars, tell strong an
or Australian ballot then. I am delegation from New York, it is well latter isn’t very large potatoes either.—
ecdotes, and then imagine some nice
to say that the new ballot enough to observe that a delegation of Welcome.
little woman likes to kiss him.— Galves
goal measures. Maybe eight actuated by party principles is
they are goal measures and necessary held in higher esteem by the great
The Oregon Pacific railroad is in measures. I will not undertake to de democratic party of this country than a
Benton county politics again, says the cide. But if they are necessary I can delegation nine times as large but con
Corvallis Time«, and announces that it only regret the fact. People in the trolled by machine methods.— (Cleve The common afflictions of women are sick-bcnd-
will buck any and every railroad can early days voted openly and above land Plain Dealer—Dem.)
aches, indigestion and nervous troubles. They
arise largely from stomach disorders. As Joy’s
didate in the field. The Leader is board for whomsoever they chose. They
Mr. Cleveland belongs to the people Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel regu
owned by the railroad, anil already an did not have to go into a box and hide
preparation, you can see why it is more
nounces its support of the riSlroad can todoit. It is not a pleasant thing to in general and the democratic party in lating
particular. He cannot withdraw, if he effective than any other Sarsaparilla in those
didates. Lively Times with poor Lead
troubles. It is daily relieving hundreds. The
would, from the presidential ¡race, be action
they have to do so now.”
is mild, direct and effective. We have
ers in Benton this year.
cause his eminent abilities and distin ■cores of letters from grateful women.
Boies, of Iowa, was a presidential guished patriotism are not his own We refer to a few:
The practical Chicago ininil is now
debility, Mrs. J. Barron, 142 7th St., S. F.
bent oil funeral reform. “The ceremo possibility a month ago. Today he is property. He is net by virtue of any Nervous
Nervous debility, Mrs. Fred. Loy, 327 Ellis St., 8.F.
nies at the grave,” says one Chicago more nearly a probability than any efforts of his own a condidate and has General debility, Mrs. Belden, 510 Mason St, 8.F,
newspiqicr, "invariably result in an talked of candidate. Even in the Em done nothing outside the lines of most Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Lamphere, 735 Turk St,
other death." The clergy of the city pire state, where Cleveland men and dignified and valuable citizenship to Nervens
debility, Miss R. Rosenblum. 232 17th
have taken up the plan to do away
troubles, Mrs. R. L. Wheaton, 704 Tost
with the custom of public services at they can anil do agree on the preposi
8t, 8. F.
the interment, the expensive array of tion that Boies is the man for the dem been discussed with most intense de Sick headaches,’ Mrs. M. B. Price, 16 Prospect
Place, 8. F.
carriages, and other customs which add ocratic party to select if the choice is light by his friends, as with great dread
by his enemies, and he has in the mean Sick headaches, Mrs. M. Fowler,327 Ellis St.,S.F.
to the drend with which death is in to go outside of New York State.
Indigestion, Mrs. C. D. Ktuart, 1221 Mission St,
More great newspapers are support while been the model private citizen.—
Constipation, Mrs. C. Melvin, 126 Kearny St.S.F.
ing Boies than any other man. More
The river and harbor bill has been good feeling exists towards Boies in all
Strong and clear in his convictions Iffell’c
completed and has been ordered report camps than towards any other man.
ed to the house. In this bill Ore Less can be urged against Boies than of public duty as he lias been pure and
gon receives recognition to the ex any other man. There is greater cer manly in his private iife, there is noth,
tent of $1,170,IM*! which is now more tainty that Boies can carry Iowa than
Most modern, most effective, largest bottle.
than any other state receives except any other candidate can carry any in Gov. Boies. He is a worthy example Same price, $1.00 or 6 for >5.00.
New York. The Yamhill river receives doubtful state. Boies is more like Cleve of the best type of American publicist.
SOLD BY ROGERS BROS.
$3000 for the puritosc of removing all land in political principles and more Favoring rei>cal of prohibitory liquor
obstructions from its mouth t» this city. like Hill in personal popularity than legislation, he stands for thorough regu
Provision is also made for the examina any other candidate. He is stronger lation of the traffic. Desiring for a
tion and survey, with a view to im in New York than Hill or Cleveland multitude of reasons reduction of tariff
provement, of the falls at Lafayette.
anil just as strong in Illinois as Palmer. taxation, he does notask total abolition The Ohio Improved Chester boar. Duke
The whole party can unite on him and of tariffs. He is a wise, well-poised, of Yamhill. No. 8456 property of Will. B.
will be permitted a limited number
Democratic pri 11 ci pies shou Id trim u ph have confidence in him. He belongs eminently safe statesman, honest in Turner,
of sows this season. Can be seen at own
in Oregon this year. The lovers of to the west, is acceptable in the east purpose, clear in judgment, clean of er's farm 6 miles southwestof McMinnville.
McKinley can not point to one single and he is unobjectionable in the south. hand. There would be a demand for a FEE,
industry in this state that has been In all states he is as strong as his party western candidate even if New York
the east were absolutely a unit in
built or enlarged because of his bill. anil’ll some be is stronger. Though and
urging an eastern candidate. A situa
They caa not eite you an instauce where new in politics, he is neither inexperi tion patent to every observing democrat
Local and Traveling.
the wages of a laborer or the profits of enced nor youthful.
makes the departure desirable, even
To represent our well known
house. You need no capital to
the farmer has lieen increased lieeause
Boies is the man of the hour—the necessary. The two Mississippi candi
represent a firm that warrants
that stand like Saul among the
of it. If the much talked of immediate man born for the occasion. Cleveland dates
stock first-class and true to name.
prophets, head and shoulders above the nursery
the Y ear . $10.) per month to
effect iiisin our industries does not ap men will relinquish their favorite with rest in moral statue, are Palmer, of
right man. Apply quick stating age.
pear in a year, when will they appear? regret. So does the World-Herald, but Illinois, and Boles, of Iowa.— From, the the
Nurserymen, Flor- L. L. MAY & CO.,
The work of the "billion dollar” con the mantle of Cleveland could not cer Chicago Times—Dem.
ists and Seedsmen.
ST. PAUL. MINN.
gress lias not advanced wages, has not tainly fall upon a better successor than
put one more man at work upon the the reform Governor of Iowa.— Omaha
government work now under way in World-He raid.
The deposition of the emperor of
The war talk in Euro[>e has subsided
Brazil startled the world. It came
and the monarchs of that country are
with much suddenness and was not at
now contemplating the ravages of dis
tended by great bloodshed. It was pe
ease and starvation in their ¡leople.
culiar. and in a second an empire was
They are also noticing that a great jior-
turned into a republic. The affairs of I
tion of the charity liestowed upon their
the German empire are in such a condi I have enlarged my store and have combined a full and complete stock of |
suftering jiair comes from this country.
tion at the present moment that it
The war talk has subsided for the mo
would surprise no one should the Bra
Sash. Doors, Mouldings. Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
ment only and as soon as the stomachs zilian method be taken by the people.
of the people are full it will l>egin again
And everything belonging to this class of goods
The two republics, France and Ger
as it is a necessity. The thoughts of
many, without their old animosities, Have also Combined a Line of Fishing Tackle & Guns
the people must be kept away from
would lie the greatest boon possible to
differences existing in a monarchy and
suffering anil monarch-ridden Europe.
This with my Immense Stock of
a republic. Strife stirs up patriotism The king who claims to rule by divine
and in it lies the whole power of tbs
right takes upon his shoulders the sin
monarchs of Europe.
of lieing one of the greatest blasphem
ALTOGETHER MAKES A COMPLEEE COMBINATION
The April number of the Forum will ers the world has ever seen. If it is so,
As to stodks. but not with any other fiirm or men.
contain a discussion of the Hill and
anti-Hill issues in New York (apropos the same God.
I STILL RUN MY BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND, WHERE PRICES
of the two democratic state conventions
AND GOODS CAN'T BE BEAT
to select delegates to the national con John Wanamaker, the Philadelphia ,
vention) by Mr. Frederick R. Coudert, merchant says that during the ten days 1
Call anti see me before buying.
of the New York bar, who is the leader previous to Christmas bis sales covered
O. (). IIODSON
of the democratic opposition to Senator about $100,000 a day, so that the grand •
Hill. Bearing upon the same subject
will be an article by Mr. Matthew Hale dollars under a million. He adds: “I
of Albany, the well known constitu spend $5,000 a week in advertising, and
tional authority on the process where I pay a skillful man—a former editor
by the present senate of New York was and a goal one—$1,000 a month to do it i
changed from republican todeuiocratic: for me. I make money by it. Adver
Mr. Hale goes into details and does not tising is the leverage by which this
hesitate to place the responsibility of store has been raised up. I do not see I
this act where he thinks it belongs—on how any large and successful busines ;
can lie done without lilieral advertís- :
The parts of the game law that every
The wool industry of Great Britain is
hunter should heed are as follows:
Sec. 4. Every person who shall within constantly on the Increase, though un
the state of Oregen, between the 15th protected by tariff duties. With a pop Points to Remember for 1892. in the purchase of Gro
day of March and the 1st day of Septem ulation averaging nearly 300 to the
ber of each year, take, kill or destroy or square mile, she still finds room to pas
have in possession, sell or offer for sale ture and feed 240 sheep to the square Fully one-half of the People do not stop to consider
the money they can save during the year in purchasing goods of a
any wild swan, mallard duck, wood mile, and the number grows year by
firm that pays strict attention to the selling of First Class Goods
duck, sprigtail or canvasback duck, year. The United States with a tar
at a Small Profit.
shall be guilty of misdemeanor. See. 6. iff on foreign wool, has a population of
Every person who shall within the about twenty-two to the square mile,
People usually go to the nearest place regardless of
state af Oregon, between the 15th day but only fifteen sheep, and the number
cost. We sell our goods cheap and deliver them at your door.
of November nud the 1st day of Septem
You will be able find every thing in the grocery line in our store.
ber of the following year kill, injure or painful, but nevertheless the agricul-
destroy, or have in possession, sell or tur department reports them.
We are in it—The Grocery Business: and we will al
offer for sale any grouse, pheasant,
ways give you the best goods in the city for the money. We give
Mongolian pheasant, quail or partridge,
The Albany Ilcrald nominates J udge
cash or trade for all produce, suit yourself in the matter.
except for breeding purposes, shall be D. 11. N. Blackburn, of that city for the
guilty of misdemeanor.
We are now Settled and Ready for Business m our
New Store. We have already Received a Large
Proportion of our
And the balance will be in shortly.
We have a thorough line of
MEN’S BOYS AND CHILDREN S SUITS
In all Qualities.
A good line of Extra Size Suits and Pants and Extra Long Pants.
OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGER AND
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE
Good Summer Suits for Men at $7.00 and Up. We have an Immense Line of Hats,
Shoes and Furnishing Goods and good light to show them by.
Call and see our goods
and prices before buying elsewhere.
TT A V Ár
TñTiTÍ Next door t0
A.UzlzXz, Martin & Sanders.
Having leased and fitted up the Masonic building, we
will be prepared on
SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1892
To have our new
Opened up and ready for the trade.
Our Spring stock is, we think, exce
An examination will satisfy all that
quality and prices we lead all competitors
A. J. APPERSON
The Duke of Yamhill,
O. O. HODSON
HAS MADE A BIG COMBINATION!
HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
A Full Line of Blacksmiths’ Supplies Always on Hand.
p call particular attention to this Celebrated Farm Wagon and invite you to compare them with any
other in the Market. They are warranted against all defects and guaranteed better than any other.
Racine Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Carts,
Plows, Cultivators, Disc and Spring Tooth Harrows
McCormick Binders and Mowers,
Baker and Glidden barb Wire
Planet Jr. Garden Tools
MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE BUYING
Facts Worth Remembering
BURNS & DANIELS
FIRST ANNUAL SALE
Furniture, Wall Paper, Carpets, etc., OF BOOTS & SHOES!
Have the Largest Stock of
In the valley outside of Portland.
They can and will sell tor CASH, or a reasonable length of time,
cheaper than the public have ever been able to buy.
This does not mean six months or one year, and then 10 per cent,
to our attorney for collection.
It is a mistaken idea that goods can be sold as cheap on time as
The proposition is this: That CASH IS THE BASIS, and that
those who allow their names to go on our books must pay from 5 to 10
per cent, for that luxury.
BURNS & DANIELS
From March 1st to March 31. 1892.
The Greatest Reduction Sale we Have
My Entire Stock will be Reduced to a Fig
ure Never Before Approached at any
Sale of Footwear in McMinnville.
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Reduction : Sale : for
Cash : Only.