The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, June 30, 1892, Image 2

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    THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
CLEVELAND AND STEVENSON.
in 1869 Mr. Stevenson became a resi­
dent of Bloomington, from which city
The Chicago convention completed he was elected in 1874 to represent tlie
the ticket last Thursday afternoon by the thirteenth district of Illinois in con­
nominating Adlai E. Stevenson, of gress as tlie candidate of the "Indepen­
Illinois, for vice president. The Man dent Reform party,” his opponent be-
of Destiny has passed through two j ing a republican. In 1880 he was a
campaigns alreadj- and is as well candidate for presidential elector on the
known as any living American. His Hancock ticket. Mr. Stevenson was
nomination was demanded on this oc­ also a delegate from Illinois in the dem­
casion by the common people, whose ocratic national convention of 1884 and
interests he has ever zealously watched a delegate to the present convention.
and cared tor. The politicians were He succeeded Malcolm Hay as first as­
compelled to acquiesce, not being able sistant postmaster general, and took of­
to stem the tide of popular opinion. fice on March 6, 1885, shortly after
This fact augurs well for the success of President Cleveland was inaugurated.
the ticket and for the reforms for Since bis term of office expired he has
which it stands. The New York de­ been busy in the care of his extensive
mocracy, led by Tammany, was the private business.
WHY CLEVELAND IS STRONG.
Few
are
Free
F
from Terminal or Interior Points Ihi
On June 21st, the day the national
convention met, the New York H’or/rf
said:
SUBSCRIPTION BATEB.
ROM Scrofula, which, being heredi­
tary, is the latent cause of Consump­
.Ine Copy, per year, inadvance................. (I 00
The great majority of the Chicago
One Copy, six months in advance...........
’>0
tion, Catarrh, Loss of Sight, Eruptions,
convention need not and should not
and numerous other maladies. To < f-
hesitate to nominate the candidate of j fcct
a cure, purify the blood with
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
its choice through fear that he is not Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Begin eatly, and
Is the Line to Take
Oregon, as second-class matter.
strong in New Y'ork.
persist till every trace of the poison is
Grover Cleveland is strong in New eradicated.
All subscribers who do not receive their
“ I can heartily recommend Ayer’s
It Is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs
York.
No other democrat would this
paper regularly will confer a favor by im-
Sarsaparilla for all those wlio are afflict­
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
year get as many votes as he.
mediately reporting the same to this office
ed with scrofulous humors. I had
Every Day in lhe Year to
The democratic leaders who are op suffered for years, and tried various
remedies without effect. Finally, Ayer’s
posing his nomination would support Sarsaparilla gave relief and put me in
Thursday. June 30, 1892.
him loyally. The Il’orM has pledged my present good healthy condition.”—
<No Change of Cars)
them to do it. They would do it for E. M. Howard, Newport, N. H.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
“ My daughter was greatly troubled
their own future salvation if for no with scrofula, and, at one time, it was Coniroxi’il of IHMXG CARS
< unsurpassed}
FOR PRESIDENT,
other reason. The rank and file are feared she would lose her sight. Ayer's
Sarsaparilla has completely restored
GROVER CLEVELAND,
democrats. Cleveland has many and her health, and her eyes are as well PLI1M IM UK 1H IMÜD0M SLEEPERS
of New York.
<>f
Equipment, )
devoted admirers among them. The and strong as ever, with not a trace of
in her system.” — Geo. King,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
alternative will be Harrison with all scrofula
T01 i!'M 5LEEFIMS CARS
Killiugly, Conn.
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
ii.'i ,.n »•<• const ruvted aiM in
that this implies. It is five months to
of Illinois.
v.; • i. <•<•< Minm<MUi1ions Hit for hol­
election. There will be no bolting or
der* of I'irst or Sc< oii'i-u|jtNS Tick-
For Presidential Electors,
sulking.
eta. ami
W. M. C olvig .................................... of Jackson,
Cleveland is stronger with tlie non­
rr.ErABED bt
! 1EKAAT IIAV COACHES.
G eo . E. N oi . and ........
of Clatsop,
partisan business men than any other Dr. J. C. Ayer
Co., Lowell, Mass.
R obt . A. M iller ’» , • ............................of Jackson
Cantlzuous Line ccnnecting with all
W. F. B utcher ................... of Baker.
siiri'.ii; e rect and unin-
democrat would be. He is the candi­ Price $1; six bottles, $5. Worth $5 a bottle.
terrir-. d service.
date best fitted to divide their vote with
r
c;m In* secur-
Republican state conventions being
Harrison. He has been tried and not
n
...
.. ..i.> cent of tlie road
held since the Minneapolis convention
found wanting. Business likes cer­ \ Kidney Disease
,.(l; ;
’ 1 I, !•■
•
olii all Polliti
'
*
.'. .,i i it a , England
have nothing to say about Blaine.
tainties. It knows where it would
-is the cause of no end of suf- \
. I io.
i
| io. I... m <1 at any ticket
find Cleveland.
faring. A safe and certain remedy is J*
I.. > f 11 is ■ * I- ■ i i
.
We present our readers a very fine
rim i .- oi - uii i
i> l 'i-ing rates, iitut
Cleveland would get thousands of
DR.
HENLEY
’
S
irmi -
i.o » aloi; • I details furnished
|>ortrait of President Cleveland this
independent and mugwump votes that
or
week, being enabled to do so by the
Oregon Kidney Tea. ! .<:i-u11. |. to ulti A a; li •■lit. CHARLTON.
no other democrat could command.
a -m General Passenger Agent
courtesy of the Portland Dispatch.
It can do you no harm. It may do 4 IsiMnal uttlte
He Inst many of them in 1888, bnt|
Of the Company, No, 1*1
you much good. Here is the testi- a rti.t st , Cor. w ahlucton, Portanti, Or.
Harrison's “wild debauch of spoils”
mony of one sufferer who has been J
The Oregonian ought to know by
has brought them back.
made a “ a new man.”
.
this time that the ‘late war” is over.
Cleveland would get more republi­
I had been troubled many years \
No eastern paper of any note any long­
with disease of the kidneys when F
can votes on the tariff issue than any
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley A
er attempts to carry campaigns or win
with the < )regon Kidney Tea to my T
other democrat. He embodies the issue
hotel. It had an almost miracu- F
voters by the bloody shirt method. The
on which the campaign must mainly
lous effect and in a few days I was a
big daily should “take a tumble.”
a
new man. G. A. TUPPER,
\
be
fought.
GROVER CLEVELAND.
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
F
Santa Rosa, Cal. A
Cleveland
would
get
many
votes
on
The republican national committee
INCONSISTENT PROTECTION.
his character. He represents the in­
I It has cured thousand.;
met in Washington on Tuesday and only’ real contending faction in the
I why not you ? To-mor-
convention
and
they
managed
to
get
a
tegrity,
independence and best reform
CDTICEDC
or otFiats.wno witn To«x*mir»>
elected W. J. Campbell, of Illinois,
The
attention
of
protectionists
is
j row may be too late.
few
votes
besides
their
own
for
David
spirit
of
the
democracy.
His
sturdy
WUlCai
I
IvEllv
this paper,or obtain estimate^
chairman and T. H. Carter, secretary.
again
called
to
the
inconsistent
facts
in
on advertising; spaco when in Chicago, will find it on file at
Your druggist will tell you about
This means that Quay, Dudley and B. Hill. But having held seats in the relation to trade at home and trade in honesty, courage and fidelity to duty
it. Ask him.
convention
and
participated
in
its
de
­
would
be
more
than
an
offset
to
the
( the Advertising Agency of LORD (THOMAS
Clarkson, have been set aside for
Brazil. Senator Voorhees is the speak­
younger and less experienced men in liberations it is far from the probability er: “Mr. President, when I spoke here unquestioned high personal qualities of
that anything like an organized oppo­
President Harrison.
the management of this campaign.
sition will be made against Cleveland. on the 25th of February, I made one in­
If the convention shall have the cour­
quiry,
and
I
intend
to
have
an
answer
The silver question now cuts no fig­ The leaders have assured the country to it if it is possible to obtain one. Un­ age of its preference and nominate Mr.
ure in politics. The battle will be that their hearty support will be given der the reciprocity arrangement be­ Cleveland, the lForM believes that he
fought on protective tariff and free the ticket. Gen. Stevenson was their tween this country and Brazil I show­ will have the largest vote ever cast for
trade issues.
Let the longest pole choice for the second place as against ed that from the reports of the bureau a democratic candidate in this state.
We said this in 1884, and the election I
knock the persimmons. — Roseburg Gray, and they cannot be true to the of South American republics, at the
Plaindealer. As, in the very nature of vice president and faithless to the presi­ head of which is Mr. Curtis, the adju­ sustained our opinion. We did not |
say it in 1888 because the circumstances
things, it is impossible to protect every dent.
tant general of reciprocity, that a pro­
liody or every industry, democracy ex­ Mr. Stevenson is a Kentuckian with tective duty or a discriminating duty did not warrant it. We say it now to .
pects to get to persimmons, and equal­ all the robustness of physique that is on American importations did not ex­ reassure any witli whom doubt may I JT
proverbial of that race. He is over six
linger at Chicago.
ize things as much as possible.
feet tall, with corresponding amplitude ist in any instance beyond 20 per cent
Cleveland can win.
on tlie articles manufactured in this
That was a terrible crime committed of frame, and a heartiness of address, country and sent to Brazil, and 1 ask
John Y. McKane, of Coney Island,
near Milwaukee last week. Mamie such as might be suggested by his gen­ the republican senators to tell me how
Walsh, an innocent girl not fourteen eral make-up. He was born on Octo­ it is possible for the American manu­ was responsible, more than any other
years old, was outraged and murdered ber 23, 1835, and grew up to early man­ facturer to compete successfully with man, for the defeat of Cleveland in
by a fiend in human form. There is hood as boys of that region usually the British manufacturer in Brazil 1888. For real or imaginary slights, he I
no penalty under the law severe grow, an expert i^ith the rifle and a with a discriminating duty in his favor bolted both state and national tickets 1
enough to fit such a double crime In splendid specimen of the American. of only 20 ]>er cent when it required 50 and carried with him some 1800 voters,
the south negroes are lynched for In accord with the traditions of his per cent to enable him to compete with more than enough to have put Cleve­
crimes like these, and if that is right, family the young Stevenson was given the same manufacturer in the United land in the great office of president.
the same treatment is none too bad for a good education at Central college in States?” English manufacturers can­ This year John Y. McKane is in line
Danville, Kentucky, and then the
again, being an elector on the Cleve­
a white mail.
youngster moved over into Illinois, not sell to Brazilians any cheaper than land and Stevenson ticket.
Senator Tongue reached home from where he studied law in Bloomington to Americans; why can Americans sell
in Brazil cheaper than at home?
Minneapolis last Saturday morning. and was admitted to the bar in 1858.
William C. Whitney showed himself
He was delayed several days in Mon­ He settled to practice in Woodford
The platform adopted at Chicago is to be a sagacious political general in
tana because of a bad washout. He county and stayed there, liecouiing ac­ entirely straight on the tariff question, the management of Cleveland’s can-
thinks on that occasion, at least, that quainted witli his neighbors and grow­ which with the Force bill will be the vass at Chicago; but then, he had the '
the Northern Pacific people did not ex­ ing in their esteem, until 1801, when lie issue of this campaign. The republi­ people behind him, which was not the 1
ercise any great amount of energy in was made a master in chancery, and cans declared in favor of a law of the case with Hill’s generals.
an endeavor to get passengers through. held tlie post until 1863.
Force bill style, and the democrats de­
From 1864 to 1868 he was state’s at­
Barring this detention his trip was a
Notice.
clared against it. The time has not
torney
for
the
twenty
third
judicial
dis
­
very pleasant one. He brings cheering
come yet wnen the states cannot con­
political news from the east. He says trict of Illinois and in that position be­ duct and control their own elections.
There will he a Lodge of the Degree
it is the judgment of the l>est informed came noted for his fearless presentation If such a time ever comes our glo­ of Honor organized at the hall of the
that the result in ’92 will be the same of the facts in every case submitted to rious free republic will be but little A. O. U. W. on Friday, July 9, at 7:30
as in '88.— Hillsboro Independent. We his office.
p. m. by Newton Clark, Grand Record­
more than a monarchy.
The demands of official position ne-:
_______________
lielieve Senator Tongue was successful
er A. O. U. W. Ladies of the lodge
cessitated his residence in a city, and I Dr. Miles’ Nervine for Nervous Prostration.
in 1888, but defeated in 1892.
please bring lunch.
HARDING II HEATH, Publishers
Northern Pacific
To all Points East & South
GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES !
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
Avei’s Sarsaparilla,
1
J.
:
WHITE GOODS,
PARASOLS.
AND A LOT OF FINE DRESS GOODS.
F, W. REDMOND
FRUIT GROWERS, ATTENTION!
5,000 ACRES
Ï.
OF THE--------
Finest Fruit Land'he Willamette Valley
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per
annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
Over 700.0Q0 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
For particulars apply to or address
Will. F. BREIDENSTEIN,
AMITY FRI IT LAM) COMPANY,
ZdCc^ixin-vAlle, Oregon..
APPERSON
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, exce
quantity,
An examination will satisfy all that
quality and prices we lead all competitors
A. J. APPERSON
»
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
I
Ci
COMMENCING FRIDAY; .JULY 1, 1892,
i
WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE LINE OF
DISCOUNT!
AT
And our line of STRAW HATS at 50 PER CENT DISCOUNT, or at half price, which is much less than
Cost. The warm weather has just commenced and now is your time to get a summer suit cheap. Come early
while we have a good assortment
✓
KAY & TODD,