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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1892)
The Portland World publishes a pic- I RESULTS OF SILVER DEPRECIA
ture of Hon. W. R. Bilyeu, and says:
The weather in this vicinity contin
“Among Oregon’s distinguished citi
HARDING • HEATH, Publisher«.
ues very disagreeable. Continuous
zens the name of W. R. Bilyeu stands Thus, by the natural inferiority , rain and cold winds. Seme snow on
out in bold relief. A short sketch of , of silver for money uses, its constant the
mountains. Business seems to be
•««Copy, par year, in.dr.nc»................. $1 00 his life will be of interest to the World’s relative depreciation during centuries, (
Ota Capy, six months in adrancs.............
50 readers. He was born in Missouri in accelerated
by recent enormous pro The political pot is beginning to
Fifteen years later he came duction, the probability of further vast . warm up. The nominees of the repub
Entered at the ]>ost office at McMinnville across the plains to Oregon, where he and the action of Europe, silver has so ,
licau and democratic parties are being
Oregon, as second-class matter.
has since resided, most of the time in so lost value that the quantity in a sil harnessed for the campaign,
Linn county. He is a graduate of the ver dollar, though equal in worth to a
T h « advertising R ates or T he T em -
rHOXE-KEGisTER are liberal, taking in Pacific university, of Forest Grove, gold dollar when the weight and fine county convention meets the approba
consideration the circulation. Single that scat of learning which has started ness of these coins were fixed, is hardly
tion of all. It was really a convention
inch, $1.00, each mbsequent inch. $.75. many Oregon boys on a career of use
now of two-thirds that value. For the in which the office sought the man.
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
fulness and honor. He worked as a other third, the silver is no more than The nomination of G. W. Fernside (for
Has a Complete Line of
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mechanic until 26 years of age, since fiat money; indeed, less and worse joint senator of Columbia, Washington
Joe W oke N eatly A nd Q uickly L xeci - ted
at reasonable rates Our facilities are which time ¡he lias devoted his talents than ordinary fiat money, because ho and Tillamook) as also of George Wil
the best in Yamhill county and as good to the practice of law. In 1878 he was government promise is behind it. The
liams for [joint representative of Tilla
as any in the state A complete steam
A Large Line of Medium and Light Weight
elected to the state senate to represent statute of 1890 declares only the “es mook and Yamhill, are especially grat- ‘
plant insures quickwork.
the interests of Lane county. So tablished policy” of the government ifying since both are standard men of '
BxsoLtmoNi or C ondolence and all O bit - well did he perform his duties that
“to maintain the two metals on a the county and will certainly do all in
uary Poetry will be charged for a t regular
in 1980 lie was honored by re parity with each other, upon the pres their power if elected, to advance the
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election. Mr. Bilyeu is the author of ent legal ratio, or such ratio as may be interests of this isolated and much
A ll C ommunications M i st B e S igned B y
the person who sends them, not for pub the celebrated mortgage tax law, and provided by law;” nothing more. So neglected portion of the state of (iregon.
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non to bis efforts is due its adoption by the long as the government can and will
The prohibitionists have made out
de plume.” but for a guarantee of good
faith. No publications will be published legislature. Despite the fact that capi exchange gold for silver on the present their ticket and as the party (as such)
unless so signed.
talists spent thousands of dollars in ef ratio, the silver dollar passes, like sub htkl no representation at the last gen
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forts to defeat its provisions, the su sidiary coins, at nominal value. When eral election, they will have to come
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither roR
the editorial or business departments, to preme court sustained its validity, and that ability or will ceases, the legal in (or get a board) by petition it is not
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, it stands today as one of the best laws tender power of silver coins will be ef
certain whether they will connect or
on the statute books of Oregon, In all fective only to rob those who must ac net,
And Everything that Belongs to a Firstclass Grocery.
__ ____________ Ed.
S ample C opies Or T he T elephone -R egis matters of public interest Mr. B. is cept them in payment of existing debts
ter will be mailed to any person in the
United States or Europe, who desires one, with the (leople and against nituopo- but unavailing to force the purchase of
free of charge
lies. Being a good democrat, Mr. B. anything at more than their actual val-
This term might be.applied to 8tev
is for Cleveland and reform. The ef ’ uc. Can any one suppose the govern ens Point, located on the Wisconsin
W e I nvite Y ou To C ompare T he T ele
phone -R egister with anv other paper fort of the democratic state convention ment, if free coinage should be adopted I Central lines, at the gateway to the
Call and see our goods and compare our prices with
published in Yamhill county.
to place only good men on the ticket, will first stamp for every owner of sil • vast forest region which extends north
was hapily consummated in the case of ver 66 cents worth as a dollar, and im - to Lake Superior, a distance of 200
All subscribers who do not receive their
Goods Delivered Promptly to any part of the City.
paper regularly will confer a favor by im
mediately reporting the same to this office > prosecutiug attorney of the third ju- of gold in exchange for it? Whence its vast lumber interests. The Wiscon
. dicial district—and he will lx? elected.” will the treasury procure the gold, and sin river, to which the lumbermen have
by what means? Is it then, a predic given the familiar and somewhat affec
Thursday, May 5, 1892.
A “visitor” writing from this city to tion or an obvious fact that the adop tionate name of “Old Wiscons,” not
the Portlaad Dispatch calls J. W. Hobbs tion of free coinage must immediately alone acts as a lumber feeder to the city
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
the Joe Simon of Yamhill. No greater work the loss to all existing debts (not by furnishing through is numerous
mistake was ever made. Jee Simon is especially payable in gold) including tributaries an outlet fer thousands of
R. M. VEATC'H.
a manager of politics, and Hobbs is not (tensions and government obligations, acres of pine in the upper country, but
for two reasons. First, he does not of the difference in real value between it furnishes a water power that is sec
have the influence. Second, he does the gold and silver dollars, now over ond only to that of Neenah and Men
J. H. SLATER.
not have the mental qualifications. He one third, and threatening to be more asha, whose cities are also located on
thinks that he has, but be has mistak and a corresponding change of prices the “Central.” Millions of feet of lum
A. 8. BENNETT.
en good luck for ability. He was nom for all commodités in all new transac ber are cut every year, giving employ
inated four years ago because of a de tions—a financial revolution, in short ment to hundreds of men. In addition
GEO. E. CHAMBERLAIN.
mand made by Dayton for a place on unparalleled in the legislation of civiliz to the lumber trade, it has numerous
the ticket. Since then he has been ed states?— Senator William F. Vilas, in other manufactories, it is here where
¡Third District Ticket.
busily engaged in making money for the Mag Forum,
the large car shops of the Wisconsin
John Wesley Hobbs, and is now start
Central lines are located.
J. J. SHAW,
ed for the cemetery of political hopes
For tickets, maps, pamphlets and X A TAR between the United States and England exists at the close of this century. A Syndicate contract with this Government to,establish
at the head of the procession.
full information apply to G. F. Mc V V Peace within a year. They equip a number of ships with steel armor, and construct several submarine vessels called “crabs. Bombs
that a near approach is impossible.
If the growth and development of Neill, C. P. & T.A., Minneapolis,Minn,
of wonderful destructive pow-
Geo W. Childs and his party of plea the railroads of the United States could or
W. R. BILYEU,
The British fleet then retire from the
' Jas. C. Pond, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, er are fired from the steel ships, which
sure-seekers left Philadelphia Monday only be paralleled for a few years by Illinois.
conflict. A letter is sent to the Eng
blow to atoms two Canadian forts and
for their Western trip. Their itinerary the growth and development of the
lish Government by the Syndicate
a monster iron clad man-of-war. The
MEMBER STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZA
embraces Kansas City, Mo.; Denver, public road system, the people of the
with the request that they name some
From all the information wc can gain
Colorado Springs and Glenwood, Col.; country would lie greatly benefltted.
fortified place which the Syndicate
W. C. COOLEY,
Salt Lake City, Utah; San Francisco, Farmers must build and maintain the there has been twenty-five thousand war ships by tearing off their rudders
will destroy in order to demonstrate
Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Jose, Santa public highways. The burden of the head of sheep put on the market since and propellers. One of the largest
the power of their bombs. After de
Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, Pas expense falls almost entirely upon the 1st of January from the west side of steel armored “repellers,” accompanied
liberating several days, the Govern
Tillamook and Yamhill,
adena and Yosemite, Cal.; Portland them. Before the improvement of our the Willamette, which averaging $4 by a fleet of crabs, proceeds to the Brit
ment selects Caerdaff, on the Welsh
G. F. WILLIAMS,
and Dalles, Ore.; Tacoma and Seattle, highways can be made, it must clearly per head would bring us one hundred ish Isles, where several more inen-of-
Coast, as the place to be destroyed.
Wash.; Victoria, B. C.; Yellowstone be shown to the farmers that it will be thousand dollars to lie distributed war arc disabled and a dynamite gun
On the appointed day the repeller be
Park, Moil., and Minneapolis and St. money in their pockets to expend mon among the people. As far as we can boat captured.
gins the bombardment from a point 9
ascertain, one-fourth of that number of-
Swapping seems to be one of J. J. Hen Paul, Minn. The tourists will cover
such -------- is ------ the - destruct-
------- — away,
ey and labor on the public roads.
sbeep have been put on the market by
derson’s political qualifications. Pos altogether 10,170 miles. They will pass
a ive power of the bombs that the high
When they realize that money and la
two men of Independence. This being cause such a disturbance in the water
sibly Dr. Littlefield knows something through seventeen states, one territory
the first great naval baiile of the war syndicate .
promontory of Caerdaff is completely
bor invested in getting good roads will
the fact twenty-five thousand dollars effaced. This, of course, convinces the English that it is useless to longer fight against the syndicate, and a treaty of pence is soon negotiated.
about his abilities in that line.
and one province.
not only pay good interest on their in
has been put in circulation by the two Then the American and English Governments secure control of the inventions of the Syndicate. One man killed (by a derrick). The war ends.
vestment, but also pay back the prin
We would suggest that Mr. Hobbs
Senator Voorhees says of the plat cipal in time, then will thej- listen to men referred to.— West Side.
and Kesterson canvass the county. It form adopted by the Indiana demo
The publishers of this paper beg to announce that they have made arrangements with “ Collier's Once a
Men, Sheep, D oji , Gun. Bunted Head.
would be fun to hear Hobbs make a cratic convention: “It is a sound plat the gospel of good roads that is being
through the American Press Association, whereby this paper enabled to publish, in serial iorm,
speech. It is impossible for him to form, embracing tariff reform and a
bers of the legislature are ready to give Provost and Chas. Gregory, of Belle
talk on any subject.
currency of gold mid silver and legal improved road legislation whenever vue. It seems that the Hue fence be
tender (taper (greenbacks) on an their constituents will approve. But tween them is in a bad condition and
The Lakeview Examiner says: ■‘Dr.
equality with each other. This is an
J. W. Watts preached to a large audi- old democratic platform, and no new generally counties are so backward on that the efforts to make it animal
the road improvement question that proof were not successful and Mr. Pro
ence at the M. E. church Sunday
departure toward Wall street.” He their repsesentatives would commit po vost's sheep went into Mr. Gregory’s
evening on the subject of the “Great
adds the state ticket is a splendid one, litical suicide by taking any progres field. Thursday Mr. Gregory dogged
Gulf.’ ’’ Did the doctor mean bis
with a practical fanner at its bead, and sive action in legislation. The work of them away and Mr. Provost shot at the
that it is certain to sweep the state reform must be largely done at home dog. This incensed Mr. Gregory and
Now that the regular democratic into the democratic columns this year. among the farmers who bear the ex he went over to where Provost was and
pense of read construction and main- angry words began. The result was
ticket in Louisiana, with tour other
that Provost bit Gregory over the head
tickets against it, baa won 30,000 plu Wanaiuaker has neither resigned nor tai nance.— Statesman.
with the gun nearly breaking his jaw.
rality, republican newspapers will be dismissed his bribing subordinrtes of
Going East With Prune!«.
less eager than they have lately been the Baltimore (»ostoffice. Having given
to explain that this election “foreshad
After so long a time Multnomah has
ows” the result in Novemlier.— Rose ble purpose, Wanamaker finds the Bal ican Colony Company, located at
sent in what her officers claim is her
N. Y. World.
novel plan for advertising the horticul full amount of state taxes. The amount
tural resources of this state. He has sent in is $209,048.42, which is 5 per
Leaving politics aside and simply
purchased a lot of Oregon's choicest sil cent on the assessable property of Mult
judging from ability the democratic
ver prunes, and is having them neatly nomah county, as equalized by the
nominees for legislature have the ad
Events in Paris suggest anew the old wrapped in tissue paper and inclosed Multnomah county board of equaliza
vantage of their opponents. We ask a
careful comparison of the abilities of question, why does the anarchist in small envelopes. There is only one tion. If she had collected her taxes on
H. 8. Maloney)
(J. W. Hobbs choose the dynamite bomb for his prune in each envelope, but the prunes the figures of the state board of equal
are so large that they will average ization the amount of taxes due the
J. C. 8awyer J
It is easy enough to understand why about twenty to the pound. Mr. Boyd state would be $276,389.56.
Practically they stand for the people a man of criminal mind, when intent will start East in a few days with the
against the few and have the ability to upon destruction, secretly places an in first lot of 59,000 prunes, and distribute
has issued licenses to the
make their convictions heard.
fernal machine where it will explode them through Illinois, Indiana, Ohio
following persons during the past week.
after he shall have left the neighbor and Michigan. He has about 500,000
Lizzie Zahatie, aged 18; W K White,
The supreme court has rendered a de hood. His desire is to do mischief
prunes contrr.cted for, and will send aged 32.
cision that will be generally regarded without risk of being caught.
for more as scon as the supply gives out.
with as much favor as that of Judge
But when an [anarchist plans to go In this way eastern people will be en Lucile Shortridge, aged 19; Morris
Cox, aged 24.
Beise, which it reverses, was with dis into court and kill the judge who tries
abled to see for themselves what Ore
Wilhelmina Pape, aged 47; I’ C
favor, except by a few saw mill men. one of liis comrades, as the French an
gon raises in the line of fruit— Orego Thomason, aged 53.
They hold that the law prohibiting the archists are now threatening to do,why-
Miles* Nerve and Liver rills.
deposit of sawdust in streams is consti does he choose a bomb for his weapon
Myrtle Creek Gold.
tutional and therefore valid. This may when a pistol shot would do the busi
Act on a new principle
be some little inconvenience to the ness with much more certainty and
liver, stomach i and bowels through
A partial clean up was made at the the
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
lumber manufacturers, which is to be less risk?
Myrtle Creek mines the first of the Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
regretted, but it will save the fish in
Manifestly the anarchist wishes to week and the dust was brought here bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa-
many of our streams from destruction, do something more than kill a repre
this morning to the First National tk>n. Unequaled for men, women, and
which is of far more importance.
sentative of the law. His method is to bank. It was weighed and found to be children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
doses, 25 cents. Samples free nt Rogers
terrorize it into surrender by doing his
There are certain transactions in the mischiefs in the most startling and worth $4300. It is on exhibition at the Bros.
Money to Loan.
part of J. J. Henderson, the republican sensational ways. It is the law and above named bank and lias attracted
nominee for county commissioner that organized society back of the Jaw, not large crowds today. The most of the
Money to loan on real estate security I
he would rather net have the people merely the law’s agent and adminis. stock in said mines is held in -Eugene in Yamhill county in sums from $500
see. They will be published in due trator, that he holds in enmity.
to $5000 front two to five years on the
time and from a careful reading of And here he teaches us a lesson. His the precious metals, as the practical installment’ plan, interest 8 per cent
them we would judge that the people demand is for nothing less than the workings show. When the ditch is and tax. Persons desiring to borrow |
will be surprised. U]x>n second thought complete disintegration of human so fully completed it will be a splendid money are requested to call upon F.
it seems that a great portion of his busi ciety, its complete surrender to the paying piece of projiertv.— Guard.
W. Fenton at rooms 1 and 2, Union!
ness methods are known and it probably savage will of its most lawless element.
Work IIorgCN for Sale.
Block, McMinnville, Oregon.
won’t be as great a surprise as we think. That demand
cannot be pacified with
T. C. Galloway has shipped a num
The greatest surprise possible would be concessions.
iion¡ No compromise with it is
General J. B. Weaver of National re At the EVEJJDEN FARM, north of Happy valley,
his election. The great American dol conceivable, and every concession ber of fine large, well broken work
lar has ne show when pitted against tends only to stimulate the fury of the horse to this county for sale at reasona pute, will address the people at Mc | (tho old Dick Longacre farm) seven miles northwest of McMinnville.
ble prices, For particulars sec Wm. Minnville on Tuesday, May 17 at 1-30,
J. J. Henderson. The eagle has been demand.
Your attention is called to oui* Magnificent Stock of
Galloway. McMinnville, or Geo. Bry p. m.
heard screaming in this city and his
Between anarchism and civilization
an, West Chehalem.
M. V, Rork will be at Dayton on the
residence is seven miles away.
there is war to the death, The only
15th inst at 1:30 p. in. and at Amity on 15 Head of Cattle.
question is which shall die? It is well
I Feed Cutter, .
Certain of the republican papers of for society to understand this issue
I Set Harness,
3 Dozen Chickens,
this district are referring to the fact clearly, and to deal with it with a reso
that Geo. H. Burnett, Esq., was elect lute band that knows no flinching.
Planet Jr. Drill,
ed district attorney of this judicial dist
Of the Latest Styles and Best Quality at Lower Price«
The ccmmoii afiliclionioi women areslck-bcad-i
Tools and other Imolements used on a farm.
rict in 1876. This fact is referred to for 1
•dies, indigestion and nervous troubles. They ’
than ever offered in this market.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
arise largely from stomach disorders. As Joy’.' I CO prevalent, especially among women,
the purpose of showing his running
O results from overtaxing the system.
credit with approved security at 10 per cent, interest, or five ]»er cent,
qualities. But they carefully refrain ; Till* List in Published Exclusively in this
lating preparation, you can see why it is more The assimilative organs becoming de
discount for sums over $10.
from stating that his majority was les-
Taper Every Two Week*.
effective than any other Sarsaparilla in those ranged, the blood grows weak and im
JAS. FLETCHER. Auctioneer.
than a hundred, and that he was l>eat- ’
troubles. It is daily relieving hundreds. The
Following are the letters remainingfor action is mild, direct and effective. We have I such cases, there is no remedy equal to
We Deal on the Square,
en in Yamhill, Tillamook, Polk and
Linn counties, and carried only one of two weeks in the postoffiee at McMinn scores of letters from grateful women.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Take no other.
We refer to a few:
the five counties composing the dis ville, Oregon, May 4, 1892:
“Some time ago I found my system
Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Barron, 142 7th St., S. F.
entirely run down. I had a feeling of
Ashton, A B
Nervous debility, Mrs. Fred. Loy, 327 Ellis St, 8.F.
constant fatigue and languor and very
The Reporter seems to think that Mr. | Biglow, I J
General debility, Mra. Belden, 510 Mason St., S.F, little ambition for any kind of effort.
Jones, C S
Nervous debility, Mrs. J. Lamphere, 735 Turk St., A friend advised me to try Ayer’s Sarsa
Burnett has"a walk over”against Judge Baker,
Beltz, F F J _
parilla, which I di-.l with the best re
-------- OF THE--------
Shaw. Judge Boise, six years ago, Blackford, Mrs Ida James, Sam
Nerveus debility, Miss R. Rosenblum. 282 17th sults. It has done me more good than
St., 8. F.
all other medicines I have ever used.”
Mosely, H E
thought that he had “a walk over” Baxter, A W
Stomach troubles, Mrs. R. L. Wheaton, 704 Tost — Frank Mellows, Chelsea, Mass.
against the same gentleman, but when Braithwait, Chas Maddox, Mrs F
8t, 8. F.
“ For months I was afflicted with
Morris, Mrs A
the vote was counted he had less than Benton
headaches, Mrs. M. B. Price, 16 Prospect nervous prostration, weakness, languor,
McCutcheon, Jane Bick Place,
Brown, T P
debility, and mental depression.
300 majority, much less than the party Champion, G J
Phillips, R H
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
Sick headaches, Mrs. M. Fowler,327 Ellis St., S.F. By purifying the blood with Ayer’s
Ryder, John A
vote. Judge Shaw was Mr. Burnett’s Colman, W E
Indigestion, Mrs. C. D. Etuart, 1221 Mission St, Sarsaparilla. I was completely cured.”
one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at G per cent, per
Stewart, R T
— Mrs. Mary Stevens, Lowell, Mass.
law tutor, and taught Burnett such Conover R B
! annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
Dodson, W J
Constipation, Mrs. C. Melvin, 126 Kearny St., S.F.
knowledge as the latter possesses of the Dodge, Stephen
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
lessness, or Bad Dreams, take
•‘nice technicalities of the law. The Dann J H
Wellard, H L
Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
Ward, Milo P
teacher generally knows more than the
For particulars apply to or address
Parties calling for the above letters
pupil. Judge Shaw is the man to
Wm. F. BREIDENSTEIN,
called for in two weeks they will be Most modern, most effective, largest bottle. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowel!, Mass. AMITY FRUIT LAND COMPANY,
Dr. Mil«' Nervine for Nervooe Prostration.
sent to the dead letter office as “un- Same price, ffl.OO or 6 for 15.00.
Sold by all Druggist« and Dealer« in Medicine.
Used in Millions of Homes—40 Years the Standard.
J. C. C ooper , P. M.
SOLD BY ROGER« BROS.
Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure at Drnsgl.U.
THE MODEL GROCERY!
J H. HENDERSON, PROP.
Roast and Green Coffees,
And Japan Teas.
SUMMER IS NOW HERE!
So Are Kay & Todd
With a Line of
Suits in Frocks and Sacks
And in All Sizes.
Our Line of Shoes, Hats and Furnish
ing Goods is Especially Large
Onr Blended Coffee is the Best.
And Represents all the Latest Styles.
Also A Full Line of Lamps, Glassware, Crockery and Stoneware.
KAY & TODD.
A TREMENDOUS HIT !
THE GREAT WÄR SYNDICATE
THE GREAT WAR SYNDICATE,
FIRST INSTALLMENT NEXT WEEK.
Having leased and fitted up the Masonic Building, has
THE FINEST STORE
AND LARGEST STOCK
IN THE COUNTY.
Just Opened up and ready for the Trade
Our Spring stock is, we think, exceptionally fine
An examination will satisfy all that
;nat in quantity,
quality and prices we lead all competitors.
A. J. APPERSON
ON SATURDAY MAY I 1892, AT 10 A. M.
One Good Work Team,
Opposition Boot and Shoe Store.
ROOTS & SHOES!
FRUIT CROWERS, AnENTION I
Finest Fruit Land the Willamette Valley
Inn’c Ve«etable flyer's Sarsaparilla,