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THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. '
reasonable homestead exemption law,
and a just and equitable system of as
Two gentlemen of New York city Upon
sessment and taxation.
HARDING 9 l HEATH, Publishers.
Stands a. One Man,
had a discussion a few days ago as to
Eleventh—We demand the immedi
the relative strength of the two great The democratic party of the State of ate survey of the public domain within
•1« Copy, per year, in »Arance................. $1 00 political parties in the state of New Oregon in convention assembled, renew this state and the adjustment of all
O ro Copy, six month» in advanre.............
-50 York. One claimed that the state was
their pledges to the principles upon land grants and condemn the republi
republican on a full vote and honest which the democratic party is founded; can party for delaying the opening for
Entered at the poatoffice at McMinnville count; the other claimed it to be demo remembering that they represent a settlement the forfeited lands of all
Oregon, as second-class matter.
cratic. The matter was sent te the party not created by political expe railroads in this state claimed without
New York World for a decision. The diency or dependent for existence upon authority of law, to the end that titles
T hi advkktikisu IU tkh or T he T ei . e - paper accepted the position of arbiter
temporary success, but coeval with the may be settled and said land occupied
hioxe -R egistir are liberal, taking in
consideration tlie circulation. .Single and decided the matter in a judicial constitution, and adhering throughout by actual settlers. We further demand
inch. 31.00, each subsequent inch, 3.75. spirit. Its decision is one of the fairest
its history te the principles of that in the immediate and specific forfeiture of
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
we have ever seen in a political news strument. First-We reaffirm the a» lands unearned by railroads and
paper and as it contains information doctrine of the democratic national ' wagon roads in this state,
Jon W ore N eatiy ’ asd Q cicelt E xecuted
Twelfth—We urge the passage of
at reasonable rates
Our facilities are well worth reading it is given lielow in platforms of 1884 and 1888, indorsed by
the best in Yamhill county and as good full:
appropriations and adoption of
as any in the state
A complete steam
The vote of this state in presidential overwhelmingly ratified by the popular such
measures as will tend most spedily
plant’insnres quick work.
elections for the past fifty years lias verdict in the congressional elections of and
efiectivelh to opeij^ng the Colum
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R csolctioxs or U osdoi . escr and all O bit - been as follows:
We condemn the policy of
nary l’oetry will be charged for at regular
WHIG, i ABOLITIOX. ministration of Grover Cleveland, as the
republican party in urging upon
advertising rates. "
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the feasibility of the boat-rail
2,808 exemplifying the embodiment of those congress
A ll CoMML’XicATioss M i st B e S igned B y IMO .. . •
15,812 principals in practical government af way at the Dalles and denounce the
the person who sends them, not for pub ISM
lication, unless nnaccompanied by a "non
measure as a subterfuge whereby the
120,510 fairs and condemn the wanton extrava
de plume.” but for a guarantee of good lx»«
people of the Inland Empire must re
faitn. No publications will be published
unless so signed.
main in bondage for years; and we
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124.69» money has been squandered. Second— condemn the policy of the republican
A ddress A ll C ommcsicatioxs . E ither cor 1856.
the editorial or business departments, to 1860 .
We arraign tlie party in power for its party whereby the improvement of the
T he T elehioxe -R eoistcr . McMinnville, 1864 ..
utter disregard of all tlie pledges made Cascades has been delayed unneces
In Soft or Stiff Hats and all Z=rices.
1,655 to the people, whereby its ascendency sarily by plans and expedients which
S ample C opies O f T he T ei . ephoae -L egis - 1872 ....
15,165 was secured at the last national election;
ter will be mailed to any person in the 1876
»42,003 and especially do we condemn the Mc to navigation in the Columbia will be
United States or Europe, who desires one, 1880 .. ..
Just Received direct from Boston and Chicago a VERY LARGE AND FINE LINE OF MEN'S SHOES and have a Larger Assortment
free of charge
Kinley bill as the blighting iniquity of released from the grasp of a grinding
than any other store in the County. Don’t fail to get our prices on this line of goods before buying.
monopoly which now holds the ]x*ople
W e I xvite You To C omtare T he Tr.tr-
MAJORI the age.
mioxe -R eoister with any other paper
Third—We declare our unfaltering of Eastern Oregon in fetters.
Line of MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS aud are Headquarters for NOVELTIES IN FINE SHIRTS. TIES. COL
published in Yamhill county.
Tllirteen—We point with pride to
LARS, CUFFS. ETC.
holding that the policy of favoritism the record of the democratic party upon
We have the only MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP IN THE COUN
All tubecribere who do not receive their 1844
pursued by the republican party in the subject of Chinese immigration, TY, and we carry a LARGE LINE OF TIECE GOODS to select from,
paper regularly will confer a faror by im 1852
II. 27,201 I)
mediately reporting the same to thin office 1856 .
general legislation is subversive to tlie and we demand from congress such nd Frst Class Union Tailors to make them up. We Guarantee a fit and
principles of justice, equality and true legislation as will prevent Chinese en our prices are reasonable. Give us a trial in this department.
democracy, and deny the right of tering the territory of the United
Don't forget the place. WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW STORE. UNION BLOCK.
Thursday, April 21, 1892.
the government to levy a pro States, and we favor the bill now be
tective tariff except as.incidental to the fore congress, known as the Geary
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
raising of revenue to defray the ex Chinese exclusion bill, and denounce
penses of the government economically the action of the Oregon senator in at
R. M. VEATCH.
‘Prohibition, 25,001; Greenback, 17,002. I administered, or for any consideration tempting to defeat the same.
t Prohibition, 30,231; Union Labor, 2,668. i save those of public welfare; we demand
From these figures it appears that such a revision of the tariff laws as will
J. H. SLATER.
This city being interested in paving
the democrats have carried New York entirely eliminate from their operations
personal, class or special interest with a the following remarks will be read.
A. 8. BENNETT.
years and only three times by an abso view to securing the greatest possible They were made by a person in the east
revenue with the least possible burden who hasliad’some experience in the mat
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
ter. He writes: “Asphalt paving is a
In 1844 Polk obtained a plurality of to the people.
Fourth—We believe in honest money, failure for the following reasons. The
5,107 over ('lay through the diversion
Third District Ticket.
of 15,812 Whig votes to Birney, the ab the gold and silver coinage of the con Tlie company will keep it in repair for
stitution, and in currency convertible five years. After that time it will re
J. J. SHAW,
into such coinage without loss, and of quire constant care. It wears in holes
27,291 over Scott and a majority of 1,- sufficient volume to meet all the de and the material is a patent and has to
782 over all—the free-soil candidate mands of the people; we demand that be made by an exjiert aud no one ex
all money coined or issued by the Unit cept the company has a right to make
W. R. BEL YEW,
In 1868 Seymour had tlie phenome ed States should be of equal monetary and put it on, so they charge all tliey
value, and of equal purchasing power want and the people cannot help tnem-
MEM HER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZA nally even and round majority of pre
for tlie rich and the poor, and that all selves. It is a very dangerous street
tion laws were then under the regime paper currency issued by the govern when it is wet or frosty. If the
W. C. COOLEY,
of Mr Tweed aud the result was not be ment should lie redeemable in either company should remove their fac
gold or silver coin at the option of the tory from your town I don’t see where
JOINT REPRESENTAIT VE,
In 1876 Samuel J. Tilden carried the holder, and nut at the discretion of th« you would go for repairs or what it
Tillamook and Yamhill,
state by a clear majority of 28,396, after secretary of the treasury.
would cost you. We think vitrified
G. F. WILLIAMS,
Fifth—The gratitude of a generous brick makes a better paving than any
one of the most brilliantly conducted
and thoroughly organized canvass ever people and a Avise national policy alike other material.’’
demand that the government should
The two or three prominent newspa made in New York.
A President to Elect.
provide with liberal hand for the wants
pers in the country that have been
Governor Pennoyer, Sec
asserting and insisting and protesting, the plurality of 1,947. This was of
disease in the late war, and likewise of retary of State McBride and State Su
with almost daily and wearisome itera
such dependent persons as were de perintendent McElroy, comprising the
tion, for several months, tiiat Hili must dering alliteration of Dr. Burchard no
Cabot W sheeting $1.00 15 “ Chailie, formerly 10c yd 1.00 Arbuckles coffee per lb
prived of their natural protectors and state board of education, left for Corval 15 yards
and would lie nominated for President,
14 “ Standard blue prints
supporters. But it should be remem lis to act in conjunction with the board 14
and at the same time have been derid
ing and abusing Cleveland, are slowly east 25,909 votes, five-sixths of them
beyond precedent in the civilized world lege for the purpose of electing a presi 11 u
and sadly changing their tune. No
and we insist that in legislation and ad dent for that institution out of over
Men's all wool suits heavy wt 9.oo
5 gallon keg sugar syrup
one er two dozen, or hundred men, or tlie Conkling stalwarts in Oneida ministration touching pension affairs twenty-seVen applicants from all parts 12
newspapers, pre the democratic party
regard lie had to honorable past service of the United States.
of this country. As General Pat Col Thus it appears that in thirteen pres
and present meritorious necessity. We
Money to Loan.
lins said: “It is 7,090,000 free American idential elections, covering a iieriod of are opposed to all measures which draw
voters.” They, through their represen
loan on real estate security
crats have carried New York in only no distinction between the veteran in in Yamhill county in sums from $509
tatives, will name tlie next president.
five, and but one of these by an un
rear as involving cruel wrong to the to $5000 from two to five years on the
questioned aud decisive majority.
and wanton waste of tlie peo installment; plan, interest 8 per cent
The case is even more striking when
and tax. Persons desiring to borrow
It seems that an intelligent body of the examination is confined to the elec, ple’s money.
Sixth—We favor the adoption of the money are requested to call upon F.
men like the republican farmer of this tions since the organization of the re
to the federal constitution W. Fenton at rooms 1 and 2, Union
country could realize that we can have publican party in 1856. Of tlie nine
Block, McMinnville, Oregon.
absolutely free trade and still collect Presidential contests since that time providing for the election of senators by
the entire revenues nf the country by the democrats have won only the vic
Seventh—Being profoundly impress
import duties. By free trade is meant tories in 1868 and 1884 and the more un
witli the conviction that the chief
that every mart stands on the footing disputed and complete triumph in 1876.
Taking up the state elections for the pillars of our republican form of gov
of his own abilities aud is not hampered
ernment are an enlightened yeomanry
or helped in his trade with foreign mer past ten years, this is the showing:
and a free and, honest exercise of the
chants. Under free trade there is no
elective franchise, we pledge tlie demo
discrimination in favor of a few. The 188.3 427,52.5 416,11
18.816 R18.583 cratic party of the state of Oregon to
intelligent body above spoken of is lie 1.885 501,465 490,31
36.414 07,818 the cordial support and advancement
coming impressed with this fact and in 1.886 468,455 460,6
Afflicts half the American people yet there it
1887 469,888 452,8
41,850 1)17,077 of our common school system; to the
only one preparation of Sarsaparilla that acts on
order to control their votes at the com 1888 650,464 631,2!
the bowels and reaches this important trouble,
26.76.3 1)20 527
ing presidential election the scheme of 1889 .505,891 485,31
30,353 1)47,937 vention of the corrupt use of money iu and that is Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla. It. re
“reciprocity” was devised. In its ef 1891 .582,893 534,9
1891. , elections, and tlie enactment of such lieves it in 24 hours, and an occasional dose
fect when honestly carried out, it is Dem majorities
prevents return. Wc refer by permission toC. K
measures as will secure to every voter Elkington, 125 Locust Avenue, San Francisco;
democratic doctrine. But its lienefit is "V bailor
the right to cast a ballot in accordance J. II. Brown, Petaluma; II. S. Winn, Geary Court,
lieing piostltuted when in combination
The extraordinary democratic ma
San Franciseo, and hundreds of others who have
with the protective idea. It is a great jority in 1882 was, of course not a nor- ■ with the dictates of his own conscience. used it in constipation. One letter is a sample of
whipper-in of the republican party. mal result. It was due to a deep and
hundreds. Elkington, writes: “I have been for
This party has the power by means of widespread republican revolt against lation of railroadsand other transporta- years subject to bilious headaches and constipa
Have been so bad for a year back have
it to reduce the profits of the protected an assumed attempt to dictate the ' tion agencies by law as common car tion.
had to take a physic every other night or else I
manufacturer uriles he stands ill with party nominations from Washington riers.
would have a headache. After taking one bottle
the administration. When you touch aud an apparent endeavor to compass 1 Ninth—We approve of declaring of J. V. S., I am in splendid shape. It has douo
the pocket of the money king, fattened this end by fraudulent means. There 1 eight hours a legal day’s labor upon wonderful things for me. People similarly
by the government, you touch his soul; was no democratic majority between all public works, and we also favor troubled should try it and be convinced.”
but. rather than loose the benefits ac the large one for Cleveland and the laws giving the laborer in all fields of
cruing from protection he pays his small one for Flower last year, III labor a first lien on the product of his
share of the republican campaign fund every election between tiiese two the labor.
«nd he continues the enjoyment of tlie drawing of republican votes to the pro Tenth—We recognize the enlight
profits. The jioor man pays tlie l>al- hibition candidate lias enabled the ened policy of favoring aud doing jus Most inoderu, must efievtU J m . lxn L Louie,
same price, |1.GO, six for I5.0J.
anauce of the money necessary to carry democrats to win by a plurality. The tice to the laboring classes, we there
SOLD BY ROGERS BROS.
on the government. The reciprocity fact that they have won for seven years
scheme and the democratic policy of in succession is, however a pretty
free or freer trade has about th« same good proof that New York is democrat
resemblauee to each other as is illustrat ic in state elections.
ed in the cartoon this week.
The large plurality and small ma
jority for Gov. Flower must in all fair
HOW TO BUILD OUR ROADS.
ness—from a judicial point of view—be
explained by the absecnce of 113,803
If it is a crime against justice, a republican.“ from the polls—measuring
wrong against honest lai sir and a dan the loss from the vote given to Mr.
Your attention is called to our Magnificent Stock of
gerous exercise of a questionable right Harrison in 1888—while only 52,864
ta subject the convict, entitled the safe democrats stayed at home, comparing
guard of the state, to the slavery and Mr. Flower’s vote with President Cleve
tyranny of the contract system—what land’s. Tlie democratic vote is largely
then shall we do with hundreds of in the cities, and can more easily tic
strong, hearty men who have fallen by polled than the republican vote, the
the way side? He who is without sin, bulk <>f which ¡s in the country dis- Of the Latest Styles and Best Quality at Lower Prices
let him cast the first stone but shall we tricts, and can only be called out in it»
than ever offered in this market.
feed them in idleness? By no means. full strength upon extraordinary
The state has a right to their lalxir, rea casions, sucli as tlie great excitement
sonable service, hard lalsir but nothing incident to a presidential election, but
that will seriously affect mind or body. lacking in "offyears.”
Now this state needs nothing as much
We Deal on the Square.
Tlie decision of the World, therefore,
as good roads. These convicts in squads is that New York in a presidential year is'
of twenty-five under an increased force neither democratic nor republican until
of sworn keepers, could lx? used on these after the votes are counted. It is, Presi-:
reads. There would lie very little more dentially a remarkably uncertain state.
expense, no danger of escape, the out
To carry it this year the democrats ■
door work would lie healthful and with will need tlie best possible conditions
several hundred men on our public as to candidates, issues and platform,
highways for ten years, Oregon would entire harmony in tlie party and a
be the marvel of the country. The fact most vigorous, intelligent and enthusi
of so splendid a public enterprise would astic canvass. The vote of the state in
November, judging by the ratio of in
The savings to the farmers would be crease between tlie last two presidential
incalculable, and all question of compe elections, will be elose upon 1,500,009 or
tition or grinding work for speculation nearly 200,000 in excess of tlie Presiden At the EVENDEN FARM, north of Happy valley.
would disappear. This is the true, in tial vote in 1888, anil 340,000 more than ( the old Pick Longacre farm) seven miles northwest of McMinnville.
telligent, honest way to employ our ’ were (»oiled for governor last year. To 15 Head of Cattle.
We call particular attention to this Celebrated Farm Wagon and invite you to compare them with anv
convict labor. One good road would | secure a majority, or even a plurality,
other in the Market. They are warranted against all defects and guaranteed letter than any other
I Feed Cutter,
lie worth more to the people than a of that great number will be a re
3 Dozen Chickens.
I Set Harness,
dozen stove foundries in the “pen.” markable achievement.
Besides we should soon have energetic And yet—thr next prrmdrnt mud be a
Eolding Sawing Machine,
Planet Jr. Drill,
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capital, establishing a good, honest I dcmocrot'
Tools and other Implements used on a farm.
stove foundry in Portland or Salem
TERMS OF SALE:—Sums under $10. cash: over $10, six months
and employing many hundred honest
laborers and their families. May the B uckingham —At North Yamhill on credit with approved security at 10 per cent, interest, or five per cent,
legislature act in this behalf sad quick Saturday, April 16. infant child of discount for sums over $10.
JAS. FLETCHER. Auctioneer.
MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE BUYING.
Mr. and Mrs. T. (' Buckingham.
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THE GREAT PROBLEM
THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
OUR NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ARE NOW IN
Thi. the Democracy of Oregon
OUR STOCK IS FULL AND COMPLETE
It contains some of the Finest Goods ever broght to this city. We have both
Round and Square Cut Sack and Frock Suits, and a Very Large Assortment of
Summer Goods and our Prices are Positively Lower than the same goods are
sold for in Portland. We have clothing to fit the Large or Small, the Short or Tall.
MEH'S ALL WOOL SUITS AT $8.00 AND UPWARDS
01® LINE Of fiATS IS COMPOSE® 3 LATEST NOVELTIES
WE HAVE A VERY FINE SELECTION OF STRAW GOODS.
KAY & TODD
Usually Merchants conduct Clearance Sales at the end of each season when their
Stocks are broken and incomplete with only remnants to select from. We are going to offer
make a change in our business on
As we have
Sept. 1, 1392,
In order to accomplish our object we must reduce our present stock, consisting of
$20,000 WORTH OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
To $5000 or less if possible, if prices will be any inducement.
we have decided to make sweeping
So in order to do so
REDUCTIONS IN EVERY LINE POR CASH.
Our stock is no cheap auction trash, of which the country is full, but are good hon
est values. Below we quote you a few of our prices:
And other lines in proportion. These prices are strictly for cash. Produce taken at
cash value. Prices subject to market changes.
M. E. HENDRICK & CO.
Having leased and fitted up the Masonic Building, has
TH E FINEST STORE
AND LARGEST STOCK
IN THE COUNTY
Spring and Summer Goods
Just Opened up and ready for the Trade
Our Spring stock is, we think, exceptionally fine
An examination will satisfy all that in quantity,
quality and prices we lead all competitors
Opposition Boot and Shoe Store.
BOOTS & SHOES!
R. M. WADE & CO
Stoves and Tinware,
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
Iron, Steel and Coal
ON STURDAY MAY 7 189 2 AT IO A. M.
A Full Line of Blacksmiths’ Supplies Always on Hand.
Racine Hacks, Carriages, Huggies and Carts,
Plows, Cultivators, Disc and Spring Tooth Harrows,
McCormick Binders and Mowers,
Baker and Glidden barb Wire,
Planet Jr. Garden Tools*