The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, July 14, 1892, Image 2

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Bad Blood
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Music's Magic.
Terrible Accident.
udgement, which aftei due consider­
’! Kidney
Ktdnrv Disease
Stealing through the twilight.
ation
convinced
him
that
the
only
I
Comes a breath of song.
C. New and Wm.
C. Whitney
I
—is the cause of no end of suf-
As
Bud
Wallace
and
wife
and
four
The Pittsburg Dispatch, which is on John
•
plan to pursue was one of courteous
Like a faint suggestion
At Minneapolis and
fering. A safe and certain remedy is
HARDING II HEATH, Publishers.
children, accompanied by Miss Lizzie
the ground and understands all about
Of a perfume gone.
Chicago.
conciliation. I don’t know that it J
S
DR. HENLEY’S
Impure or vit ated blood is nine
the tariff and the iron and steel trust,
It steals into the chambers
matters what the motives, but I rather Tbaek, were returning from Woods
times out of ton caused by some
SUBSCRIPTION BATES.
City,
where
they
had
been
spending
the
does not, though a republican journal,
Of
my
beating
heart.
Of
the
prominent
characters
in
the
,
prefer myself to regard Whitney as 1
f 'rm of constipation or indiges­
Da* Copy. per year, inadvance........... . $1 00
And a thousand dreamy fancies
tion that clogs up the system,
See Cepy, aix month» in advance.............
50 close its eyes to facts which are in full two great national conventions which ' a man of such fine feelings that in all Fourth, to their home near Tillamook,
Into being start.
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It can do you no harm.. It nt»T
view of the whole country. The other have
when the blood naturally be-
nominated
Harrison and things sentiment would take precedent the carriage ran off the grade and rolled
! > you much good. Here is the testi-
I hear again the voices
comes
impregnated
with
the
ef
­
about
one
hundred
feet
down
into
the
day
it
said:
?
mony
of one sufferer who has been
Cleveland, the one that stands out in over calculation if they came in conflict
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
Heard in vanished years.
fete matter. TbeoldSarsaparilla«
? made a ” a new man.”
river. Miss Thack had a little baby in
“If the iron manufacturers wish to the most marked manner is undoubted­ with each other.
I see again the faces
Oregon, as second-class matter.
attempt to roach tbis condition
Absence but endears.
I had been troubled many year«
strike every tariff advocate dumb and ly William C. Whitney, ex Secretary
by attacking the blood with the
With all his suavity Whitney can her arms, and when she saw she was
with disease of the kidneys ■« hen
What
magic
is
in
music.
AU subscribers who do not receive their paralyze the entire campaign for pro­ of the navy.
going
into
the
river
threw
the
child
drastic
mineral
“ jKitash ” The potash theory is
kind I'rovidence eent Dr. Henley
If Mr. Whitney had adopt the tone of firmness when he
Turning time to flow
with the Oregon Kidney Tea to my
paper regularly will confer a favor by im­ tection, they could not do so more
old and obsolete. Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla is
in time for the father to catch it
never done anything else to entitle feels that it is proper. When he finds just
hotel. It had an almost miracu­
Backward to its fountain
■
mediately reporting the same to this office
modern. It goes to the seat of the trouble. It
lous effect and in a few days 1 was
effectually than by confronting them him to distinction except the labor he that the “anti-snapper” delegates who and save its life. At the same instant
In the long ago?
arouses the liver, kidneys and bowels to health
a new man. G. A. TI PI i-JL ,
-Frederick A. Bubee.
during the campaign with the spec­ performed on behalf of his friend had come to Chicago to contest the she went over the bank, struck her
Proprietor Occidental Hotel.
ful action, and invigorates the circulation, and
Santa Rosa, CaL
Thursday. July 14, 1892.
the inipiirliics an- quickly <«rrie<l off Uixougb
tacle of mills standing idle through the Grover Cleveland at Chicago, he would New York delegation’s seats were ir­ breast on a large rock and bounded on
Lore.
.
forcible attempt to reduce wages 20 per have a place among the great men of
into the water. She died about an Love answers love, I think, some time, some­ the natural chanuels.
I It hu cured thousand»;
ritating everybody by charges against
Try it and note its delightful
a ^-
I why not you ? To-mor-
Tux ADVERTISING RATES or THE T f I.E- cent in a protected industry.”
America, but coming in addition to the regular ones he refused to go on hour later. The horses, carriage and It may where;
aetion. < has. l*c, at Beamish’s
’
I row may be too late.
be here; it may be over there.
rHONE-REc.tsTER are liberal, taking in
Other
McKinley
organs,
further
from
contents
went
on
into
the
river,
killing
his masterly work in connection with with Cleveland’s campaign until they
Th ini and Market Streets. 8. T.,
Where angels sing, in heavenly courts above.
consideration the circulation. Single
rowr
Omggi.t «rill tell
a b®** t
Some
time,
some
where,
1
think
love
answers
one horse and smashing the vehicle to
writes: "1 took it fur vitiated
inch. $1.00. eacli subsequent inch, |.75. the scene of Carnegie’s grand demon­ the rehabilitation of the United States
> Agic him.
had practically disbanded and taken
Special inducements for yearly or semi- stration of the power of the tariff to
blood UJi'l while on the first bot­
pieces.
—
Statesman.
Navy,
it
stamps
him
as
one
of
the
fore
­
—
Moses
Gage
Shirley.
yearly contracts
down their signs. This aroused the
tle b^eaine Convinced of its uic:
maintain wag«s, are neither so honest most of them all. The peculiar quality
* * *
Fell Dead.
for 1 could feci it was work- G
Jos W ork N eatly A nd Q vi < ki . y E xecvtxd nor s« wise as the Dispatch. One of which Mr. Whitney displayed at hostility of Grace, who had hoped to
Headache, neuralgia,dizziness,drunk­ its,
ing a change. It < leauseil. puri- J.
establish a rival Democratic organiza­
at reasonable rate- Our facilities are
enness,
spasms,
sleeplessness,
dulness,
These words are very familiar to our blues, opium habit are cured by the tied aud braced me ut> generally»
the best in Yamhill county and as good the foolish makes this attempt at ex­ Chicago, and which won him the ad­ tion in New York with the “anti-snap­
as any in the state A complete steam plaining away the painful situation:
miration of all with whom he comes in pers” as a basis, and he said to Mr. readers, as not a day passes without Nervine, discovered by the emineut In­ and everything is now working full and regular.
plant’insures quick work.
the report of the sudden death of some
“A good deal has recently been staid contact, was the leadership which en­
Whitney that if the Syracuse tlelega- prominent citizen. The explanation is diana specialist in nervous diseases, Dr.
* * •
Miles. Fine books and trial bottles free
R ssoi . ltions or C ondolence and all O bit - about the contemplated reduction in abled him to take up the ragged edge
' tion did not contest he would go home “Heart disease.” Therefore beware if at Rogers Bros., or by mail 10 cts., of
nary Poetry will be charged for at regular the wages by the Carnegie mills. This
of
a
campaign,
unite
them
in
one
har
­
you
have
any
of
the
following
symp
­
advertising rates.
and deprive Mr. Cleveland of his
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. 1
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reduction is not needed to protect the monious fabric and secure the victory sen-ices. There was a good deal of toms. Short breath, pain in side, ten­
* M i * st B e r S igned B
1» y
derness
in
shoulder
or
arm,
smothering
A ll C ommunications
________
_________
American manufacturer against foreign that he sought without producing the 1 acid in the ex-Secretary’s tones as he
SOLO BY ROGER« BROS.
«nojuetf ioi
, w | jk -d
the person who sends them, not for pub­
spells, swollen ankles, asthmatic breath­
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non competition, but agaiust home com­ heartburnings of defeat in the van­ replied, “Go home by all means, and ing, weak and hungry spells, flutter­
de plume. ’ but for a guarantee of good petition.
In Alabama and other quished. Ill fact, it was said in Chi­ permit me to say it would have been ing of heart or irregular pulse. These
faith. No publications will he published
States
iron
ore can be produced at cago by the most bitter opponents of better for Mr. Cleveland’s cause if you symptoms mean heart disease. The
unless so signed.
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much less e»st than in Pennsylvania. Grover Cleveland that part of the pain had never left your home.” Personally most reliable remedy is I)r. Miles’ New
Heart Cure, which has saved thousands
A ddress A ll C onmi nications . E ither F or Labor is cheap in Alabama and the
of defeat has been eased by the pleas­ Whitnej- is what is commonly known of lives. Book of testimonials free at
the editorial or business departments, to
T hb T elephone -R egister . McMinnville, ore lies near the top of the ground. ure of their dealings with William C.' as a magnetic man. In his case I in­ Rogers Bros, who also sells the New
Oregon.
Heart Cure.
The iron interests of Pennsylvania Whitney.
terpret the phrase to mean that the
S avelx C opies Or* T hb *T elephone -R bgis - have therefore found their product
At Minneapolis the man in charge minute you grasp his hand and look
tep . will lie mailed to any person in the undersold by American competition.” and who conducted the successful com-
into the depths of his rather pale blue
United States or Europe, who desires one,
What Carnegie & Co. need, then, is paign there was John C. New, who eyes, you feel warmly toward him.
free of charge
a tariff’ against Alabama and other enjoys the distinction of holding an He is a man who cannot be disconcert­ When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria.
tar*« •««••••
When she was a Child, she cried tor Caatoria
We eUrl y»«.
Ws I nvite Yoc T o C omearx T he T ele ­ states inwhich iron ore can be produced
honorable and lucrative post under ed in argument nor betrayed into a ex­ When she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria.
ftemiOring ••
phone -R egister with any other paper
•rrthinc Thto 1«
at much less cost than in Pennsylvania. President Harrison. He also is entitled hibition of illtemper in dispute. There
on« of
rr«ot
published in Yamhill county.
When she had Children, she gave them Castorl*
•tnde« forward
It appears, too, that notwithstanding to distinction as a leader of ability, but is temper and spirit underlaying his
ill workara
It w
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
the superior cheapness of iron orc in nothing more dissimilar than the suavity, but it is kept in repression by
tree.
writ« at once. Addraa,
Alabama, which increases the profits methods and manners ef New and his good breeding. If John C. New
FOR PRESIDENT,
of the manufacturers, wages are lower Whitney could be imagined. In look­ feels angry and doesn’t show it, it is
GROVER CLEVELAND,
H. C Million working in Jones &
there than in Pennsylvania, though ing back over the campaign it can be because he considers it bad policy.
of New York.
Adams’ factory, cut his little finger off
the same tariff protects the same in­ easily understood why the success of Therein lies the difference in one re­
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
—VIA—
dustry in both States. Hew does this both the leading candidates was spect between the two men. Another on the jointer Wednesday.
ADLAI E. STEVENSON,
fit the theory that it is the tariff which achieved in diverse ways. Mr. Harri- difference is that Whitney is the first
of Illinois.
fixes the rate of wages? And in the 1 son was the selection of the delegation man you would notice in a crowd and Hl
For Presidential Electors,
W. M. C ol via.................... of Jackson, case of the Alabama manufacturer, —not of the ]>eople behind them. Mr. New about the last, partly because the
Express Tyains Dave Portland Daily.
G eo . E. N oi . and ........ . . .of Clatsop, why doesn’t he confirm the republican Cleveland was the selection of the one has a rather unusual figure and the
ARRIVE.
OST of the cases cured by Ayer’s
LEAVE
R obt . A. M iller ,.............. of Jackson contention that by enabling the em­ • people and not of the delegates sent to
Portland
. 7.00 p m SsnFrancisco 8.15am
other
a
commonplace
make-up,
and
Sarsaparilla have been given up
W. F. B utcher ................... of Baker. ployer to pay high wages lie will do so? do their bidding. After Mr. Blaine
7.35
am
San Fran. 7:00 p m Portland
7.35am
by tlic regular practice. Physicians are
partly because Whitney’s every move­
If no tariff is “needed to protect the “ had written his famous letter to Clark- ment is characterized by a nervous recommending this medicine more than
Above trains stop only at following sta­
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
What a wonderful jackass Henry American manufacturer against foreign 1 son most of the State conventions were energy, which is sucient ffiexplanation ever, and with satisfactory results.
Oregon Citv, Woodburm, Salem. Albany,
Stanley is making of himself in Eng- competition,” why is the tariff main­ held, and the delegates selected at
E.
M.
Sargent,
Lowell,
Mass.,says
:
—
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey, Harrisburg. Jun­
of the successful career he has followed
ction city, Irving. Eugene
1 iml at the present moment. It does tained? If the only way in which those conventions finding no other out so far. It is difficult to find in San- “ Several years ago, my daughter broke
out with large sores on her hands,
ICof«eburg Mail Daily.
not help a man’s head to lionize him. the Pennsylvania manufacturer can candidate prominent with any hope of Francisco a good comparison for either face, and other parts of her body. The
ARRIVK.
I.KAVK.
meet Alabama competition is by re­ success either for nomination or elect­ gentlemen. The nearest I could, come case puzzled the doctors. My daughter
Portia .id . . 8 315 a m Roseburg. . 5:40 p iu
used Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and it resulted
There is a serious strike on in the ducing wages, what good does the ion hastened to secure early recogni­
Roseburg. 6:20 a m I Portland.. 4:00 p Ui
in a complete cure. Her blood seems to
Albany Local, Daily. Except Sunday.
Cceur d’Alene mining district, The tariff’do the Pennsylvania workmen? tion from the coming man. It was to it is to say that in many respects have been thoroughly purified, as slio
LEAVE
ARRIVE.
non-union men have Iteen forced from And if cheap raw materials give the not that they wanted Harrison, but Whitney bears a strong outward re­ lias never had so much as a pimplo
since taking this medicine.”
Portland ..5: p in Albany........ 9: pm
their positions and several have been Alabama manufacturer his advantage, that they wanted to have their names semblance to General Barnes, and
Albany
........
5:
a
m
Portland
:55 am
“
This
is
to
certify
that
after
having
General John C. New a ¡strong outward
killed on either side.
been sick for twelve years with kidney
why does the republican party insist known to the man who would probably
Pullman
Buffet
Sleepers,
resemblance to the late Mayer Bartlett. disease and general debility, ami having
on making raw material dear when­ be nominated. They therefore speedily
— T. T. Williams, in San Francisco been treated by several physicians with­
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
It is almost time for a demand for ever it can by taxing them?
out relief, I am now better in every re­
conveyed their good wishes to President Examiner.
For accommodation of second class passen­
spect, and think I am nearly well,
“good country roads” to be made of The local organs of McKinleyism Harrison, either by mail or telegraph
gers attached to express trains
having taken seven bottles of Ayer’s
the planks of the national party plat­ will serve the interests of their party in the expectation that he would re­
Sarsaparilla.'’—Maria Ludwigson,
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Before Starting on a Journey
Albert Lea, Minn.
forms. While good country roads can­ best by maintaining profound silence member them in the days when the
Between Portland and Corvallis.
not be built by the general government as to the cause of reduction of wages by harvest of patronage was to be reaped. A person usually desires to gain some
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
ARRIVE
LEAVE
it is nevertheless of sufficient impor­ the Iron and Steel Trust. The cause is More than two-thirds of all the delega­ information as to the most desirable
30 a nil McMinn’.. 10:10 a ru
Portland . . 7--------------------
tance to the millions to call public at­ clear to every one who chooses to see. tion to the Minniapolis convention route to take, and will purchase tickets
McMinn
10:10 a m Corvallis 12:10 p m
2 :M p iu
PBEEARBD BT
Corvallis 12:55 p m McMinn'
tention to the subject by such methods. The Trust reduces wages because it has either wrote or telegraphed to Mr. via the one that will afford him the
McMinn
’
2:56 p m Portland . 5 30 p i ll
There are millions in it, both of comfort the power to do so, and the tariff’ gives Harrison, and these documents, en­ quickest and best service. Before start­ Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
At Albany ami Corvallis connect with
and money.
no help to the hapless workman. The trusted to the care of John C. New, ing on a trip to Chicago or any point
Trice »1; »ix bottle«,
Worth $5 a botti».
trains of Oregon Pacific
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
Republican tariff is a fraud. It pro­ formed the ammunition with which east, you should provide yourself with
ARRIVE.
LEAVE.
.
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The Pinkertons have again demon­ tects only those, who like Mr. ('arnegie, that gentleman carried on his cam­ a map and time table of the Wisconsin
Portland.
4 :40 p m McMnu .. 7.25 p in
strated that they should not be tolerat­ need no protection, but are hungry for paign. The people were for Blaine Central lines. The trains run on this
8:20 aiu
McMinn’. . 5:45 u m| Portland.
ed in this free country- One armed more money to add to the millions but Blaine being out of the race, the route are vestibuled and are equipped
force, the National Guard, is enough to which the tariff lias enabled them to delegates had gone on record for Hrrri- with Pullman’s latest Drawing Room
protect the people in the enjoyment of take from the pockets of the unpro­ son, and when the delegation showed a Sleepers, elegant Day Coaches and din­
EAST AND SOUTH.
their rights. The Constitution of the tected consumer.—.Siwn Francisco Er- disposition to listen to the voice of the ing cara of latest design, built expressly
For tickets and full information regard
ing rates, maps. etc., call on the Company’■
United States and the principle of arnlnrr.
crowd outside, Mr. New would fire a for this service, and are exquisite in
agent at McMinnville.
personal liberty does not countenance a
charge of personal lettersand telegrams furnishings and convenient and com­
R KOEHLER.
E. P. ROGERS,
private armed force to enforce the rules
That the republican party feels the among them.
Manager.
Asst. O F. A 1’ Agi
fortable in arrangement and so com­
and desires of corporations.
force of the democratic argument that
New is a short, rather pudgy man, plete in every detail that they have no
protection does not guarantee high something of the Harrisen build, with superior in comfort and elegance. The
from Terminal or Interior Points th
A writer makes a point for better wages, is made manifest by the follow­ the manners of atanker or a man of Dining car service is pronounced by all
roads by mentioning that the majority ing dispatch, dated Pittsburg, July 9th: business and the methods of a careful the most elcgant’ever inaugurated, and
of our insane women are the wives of “It is said to-day that Chris Magee and attorney. I think he kept all his dele­ is operated in the interest of its patrons.
farmers. During a great portion of the several prominent republicans in the gates in pigeon-holes just like deeds or
Fast trains via the Wisconsin Central
We will paj' you the
year the farmer’s wife is isolated be­ city on Thursday signed and sent a ca­ documents to which he eould turn Lines leave Minneapolis daily at 12.45
Highest Market Price
cause of the bad condition of the roads. blegram to Andrew Carnegie, begging when it became necessary for him t<4 p. m. and 6.25 p. m., and St. Paul at
in Cash, and receive
Better roads would not only increase him to do someting to bring about an look up his title to a particular delega­ 1.30 and 7.15 p. m., making favorable
and store grain at the
is the Line to Take
our commercial importance but de­ adjustment of the difficulties at Home­ tion. He never pleaded, he never connection with all trains from the
crease the expenses of our insane asy­ stead. They appealed to him in the threatened, his entire stock in trade west and southwest.
current rate.
lum.
,
interests of the republican party and being a mild type of surprise, “My
For tickets, time tables, berth reserva­
C. E. DC K ENFIELD
It 1» the DINING CAR ROUTE. It ran*
told him that an immediate adjustment dear Mr. Hendricks, I am delighted to tions, etc., apply to G. F. McNeill, C.
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
will take charge of
The President has treated the people of the of the trouble was positively nec­ see you. I was talking to President P. & T. A., Minneapolis, Minn., or Jas.
Every Day in lhe Year to
our warehouse, which
of Oregon to another surprise in the essary for the success of the party at Harrison just before I left Washington C. Pond, G. P. & T. A., Chicago, Ill.
appointment of Jim Lotan, the Port­ the fall elections. It is further said and he mentioned your name, said he j
has been thoroughly
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
land boss, as collector of customs. The that the answer to this cablegram, re­ had received a communication from1
remodeled.
(No Change of Cara)
nomination was made and confirmed ceived this afternoon, refused to inter­ you, a telegram I believe, in which you This Liat la Published Exclusively in this
Comimed
of IHM5G CARS
Paper Every Two Weeks.
by the United States senate in a very fere in any way. Mr. Carnegie said very kindly assured him that you
Our facilities for re­
(unsurpassed)
secret manner, so that no protest by that he was not familiar with the situ­ wonld be found voting for him at
ceiving are the liest
Following
are
the
letters
remainingfor
PLIIMAMIIRAWIM!
ROOM SLEEPERS
the people of Oregon could be made ation; that the men in charge of the Minneapolis first, last and all the time,
in the county. We
(Of Latest Equipment,)
against it. The Simon ring is wild mills were men in whom he placed con­ and that he was to rank you among two weeks in the postoffice at McMinn­
respeetfull solicit a
with wrath over the appointment, fidence and that lie must rely on their the warmest of his supporters. By the ville, Oregon, July 13, 1892:
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Johnson,
II
C
Allen,
Peter,
share
of your patron­
Best that cun be constructed and in
especially us Joe was recently refused judgment to settle the trouble in a bus­ way I think I have that telegrnn with Baker, Mrs E
Karenonen, Henry
which accommodations are for hol­
the appointment of United States cir­ iness iway, regardless of any political me semewhere. Oh, yes; here it is. Berlatte, John—2 Lauger, Chas
age.
ders of First or 8econd-c|nss Tick­
ets. an<l
cuit judge by Mr. Harrison.— Jackson­ organization.
Lewis, J M
Of course, my dear Hendricxs, all that Busbee & Son
KRATZ
&
KIERNAN.
Larsen, Fred—2
Chapman—2
ville Timm.
ELEGANT MY COACHES.
nonsense about your going over to
Love, Rodney
The management of the Portland In­ Blaine is one of Mr. Quay’s fairy Cummins, Al
A Continuous Line connecting with all
Dawson,
Miss
M
Miles,
John
McMinnville is situated in the >rest dustrial exposition is desirous of secur­ stories.” There was always a cold, Eades, Mrs Della Maore, Dr J Bert
lines, affordiug direct ana unin­
Referees Sale of Land.
terrupted service.
section of country on this western ing for their exposition this fall all the hard look in Mr. New’s eye when he Eggens, C H
Morgan, Mary
Pullman Slec|>er reservations can bs sscur-
McTimmonds, Jos
coast, and the present size of t he town exhibits which are to be sent to the would produce a delegate’s pledge to Forrest, A
e<l
in
advance
through atty npent of the road
McDamiel, Miss M Notice is nereby given that the under
is owing to this one fact alone. There world’s fair in 1893. Exhibitors will brace up the delegate’s wavering al. Guile, Wm
TIirmiHl
Ticlld«
ToahdlromallPotnU
signed as sole referee in the suit of W. 0.
Hughes,
Oliver
Simmons,
Rosa
B
lill9Ul.il
il<
hl IS in
England
is a limit to its growth if this is the find it to their interest to first place legiatice, and it got there every time. Huesman. Peter—4 Throff, J H—2
Hembree as Plaintiff, against J T. Hem­
end
Europe
can
be
purchased
at any ticks)
bree,
Malvina
A.
Hembree,
his
wife,
John
only backing it has. Very soon it will their samples on exhibition at Port­ I think there were about 1511 delegates Herren, J D
Thompson, J R—2 H. Espey, Albert Hembree and Mary A.
office of tide conmanv.
Venerball, John.
Full information concerning rates, Ums
lie at a standstill unless tli« jteople of land, since it will not only contribute who would have stayed out ef the
Hembree his wife, Jason Kellogg and
of trains, routes and oilier details furnish*«
Parties calling for the above letters Amanda Kellogg, his wife, Anna Belle
the city unite and push it along. to the greater success of the Portland Harrison camp had they not feared
on
application to any agent, or
and G. H. Fisk, her husband, Edith
Several manufacturing industries can fair, but in the ease of preserved fruits, that some bold bad newspaperman will please say “Advertised.” If not I Fisk
A 1) (,'HARLTOM.
E. Baugher and Perry Baugher, her hus­
Asst General Passenger Agent
lie caried on at a profit. Let some of etc., the possibility of fermentation would burglarize John C. New’s valise called for in two weeks they will be band, Everard II. Carse. Ralph L. Carse,
O.neral
Office
or
th*
Compaar, Xa, sag
W. Carse, Ernest E. Carse, J. Loring
our capitalists who have made their from defective canning, after shipment and publish their telegrams to the sent to the dead letter office as “un­ John
First st.. Cor. SVablagtaa, r*rtaad. Or.
Espev, Jesse L. Espey, Cora Bell Espey,
claimed.”
J. C. C ooper , P. M. Edgar Ray Espey, George E. Espey, Eva
money from the increase of valuations to Chicago, will be avoided. Such ex­ world.
Mr. New is personally an
Blanche Espey, Irene L. Espey. Walter L
caused by increase of population, do hibits will be well eared for until the amiable, truthful gentleman. In the j
A Town With Three Names.
Espey. Effie A. Rowland. Clyde II. Row­
something for the city.
Let them exhibitors are ready to forward them to
land,*
Herbert E. Rowland, T, J. Rowland.
conduct of Mr. Harrisons campaign he
combine and build a woolen mill.
Chicago. This arrangement offers great was simply an attorney proving up There is a bit of history connoted John II. Carse.Huston Hembree, Lafayette
Hembree
Eliza E. Hembree, his w ife,
inducements, and our people should title to delegations to which Mr. Har­ with the neighboring post office of and N. J. and
Rowland, defendants, pursuant
Rickreall,
commonly
known
as
Dixie,
to an order of the Circuit Court of the State
The condition of the national treas­ recognize the fact in a substantial way. rison previously acquired a deed of gift.
ON SALE
by the older inhabitance of the country. of Oregon for Yamhill county .made in said
ury as four years of Republican ad­
cause
in
said
court,
March
31st,
A.
D
1892,
This
work
did
not
give
any
opportunity
The question is often ask as to where
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People wonder at the advantage the
dulv sell at public auction at the
ministration are drawing to a close
for hint to display any particular force the name Rickreall came from, associ­ will
Court House door at McMinnville, Yam­
presents a painful contrast with its state of Washington has over Oregon of character, but I think there is
ated as it is with the beautiful stream hill Countv Oregon, on the 16th day of
July. A. D. 1892, at the hour of Two
conditions four years ago. Then the in improvements. The reason of it can more behind the short, stout bearded
LaCreole, upon whose banks it lies. o’clock n. m. of »aid day, all the right,
be
explained
iu
a
few
words.
Oregon
democrats had administrated the |tinan-
man
from
Indianapolis
than
the
title and interest of cither and all of the
The
post
office
was
established
back
in
eial affairs of the country for one presi­ is too good a country. It takes very ability to produce a receipt for service
parties to said suit, or which either or all
the sixties. The first name suggested of
little
labor
to
live
and
as
a
matter
of
them have had or now have in of or to
dential term. The result of that honest
KANSAS CITY, St PAUL
rendered.
was “Dixie,” But at that time the the following real promises to-wit:
course
the
people
do
not
exert
them
­
and economical administration was
Whitney’s campaign was conducted
T ract N o . 1. Situate in the Citv of Mc­
war
feeling
was
at
a
high
pitch
and
Minnville, in thp County of Yaiunill and
the payment of millions of dollars of selves, and large things, l>oth public on lines entirely opposite to that of
Col. Nesmith, as god-father of the new State of Oregon, to-wit: Beginning at the
the national debt before it was due, and private, are not attempted. They New. While the latter was endeavor­
of B street in said city of Mc­
office, advised dropping of the “south­ intersection
Minnville. Oregon, with the north line of
and the accumulation of a surplus in are not necessary for a living, and work ing to narrow the delegates; to the
down” sounding title and substituting the donation land claim of Samuel Cozine
is
not
a
pleasure
to
the
average
man.
AND ALL POINTS
the treasury of from eighty to a hundred
question of their own personal advant­ the name ‘LaCreole.’ An error was and wife, and the south line of the dona­
millions of dollars in addition to the The curse of Oregon, when considered age, Whitney had the task of inducing
tion land claim of W T. Newby and wife,
made
in
spelling
the
word
at
Wash
­
said beginning point being on west sine of
sinking funds and the hundred millions from a Washington standpoint, is her very many delegations to look beyond
said B street, thence north thirtv-two (32)
of gold held for the redemption of natural production. If more labor was their own personal feelings and re­ ington, and the office went officially feet and eight inches to southeast corner
greenbacks. A reduction of taxes was necessary for the getting of the necessi­ spond to the wishes of the people. He upon record as “Rickreall” and has of tract known as Joel J. Hembree tract,
west one hundred and forty (140)
PULLMAN SLEEPERS.
proposed, but the people voted for high ties, more of the luxuries of life would came to Chicago and th«re surveyed remained that way ever since.— Dallas thence
feet to southwest corner of said trace,thence
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taxes and the billion-dollar congress be had, and thus more modern pro­ a field of hostile armies intrenched
north eighty-five feet and eight inches to
COLONIST SLEEPERS
j northwest corner of said tract, thence west
Swindled an Old Man.
came in. The result of the work of gress.
against each other. He left a federa­
j one hundred feet, thence south sev nty-
RECLINING CHAIR CARS,
the billion-dollar congress has Iteen to
tion bound together for a common
one feet and nine inches to the line be-
The action of the Italian laborers in I purpose. Whitney had the good | Tuesday two smooth-looking men 1 tween the donation land claim of .Samuel
squander everything except the gold
Rev. William Jolly, one ofl('??ine and wife and W. T Newby and
AND DINERS.
reserve and about fourteen millions of New York in clonatiug several days fortune to receieve the education and . visited
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4
wife, thence south <8 deg. east along said
gold in addition to it. The sinking work upon the monument of Christo­ the polish of a gentleman. He bad ! Washington Countys earliest settlers, [line between said claims 245 feet to place
Steamers Portland to San Francisco Every 4 Days
miles north of Hills- i "f beginning.
funds have been raided and depleted pher Columbus was very patriotic from the better fortune to be born with a on his farm, three
to.wit: :
1« i •
r „
Also the following tract, to.wit
both
the
American
and
Italian
stand
­
boro,
and
after
dickering
with
him
for
’
-
to the extant of twenty millions of
T ract No. 2. Beginning at a point 32
modicum of common sense, which has
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feet and 8 inches north of the intersection
TICKETS TF°R*iD EUROPE.
dollars. The obligations to the govern­ points. A little patriotism of this iicctt devolopcd by contact with the' the purchase of his farm, agreed to give of
said
B
street
with
said
north
line
of
the
ment have not been met, and now that order front the American people dur­ world. If he had adopted the tone him $100 per acre and also purchase an­ I donation land claim of Samuel Cozine and
For rates or general information call on
a new fiscal year is begun heavy claims ing the erection of the Grant tomb which many men in his position other farm for him on which to spend wife and the south line of the donation
or add res«.
land claim of W. T. Newby and wife, and
will be pressed for payment which the I would be very pleasing.
would have used, Cleveland’s nomina­ his remaining days. Not being posted on west side of B street, thence north 85
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
treasury will be utterly unabie to meet
tion would have been impossible. As on the wicked ways of the world, feet and 8 inches to Andrew Shuck’s south­
corner, thence west on said Andrew upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per ti II. Ill 1:1,BI Br, Asst. Gen. Pas«. Aiti.
without misappropriating funds. The
The catalogue of the Pacific College Bourkc Cockran remarked once, he gave them $1000 to buy the land, east
254 Washington St ,
Shuck's south line 140feet, thence south 8o
taxpayers are bled to the extent of from of Newberg has beeu received and is a , “Whitney talks so nicely that it is al­ and for security they gave a box pur­ feet and 8 inches, thence east 140 feet t5 annum. Most all of this land is under ttiltivation; over 400 acres now
PokTLAKD, OaeoOM.
of beginning, all in the City of Mc- in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
seven hundred thousand to a million ■ credit to the institution and the print­ most impossible for us to say what we porting to contain $3000 in green­ I place
Minnville.
in
the
county
of
Yamhill
and
Over
700,000
pounds
of
fruit
shipped
from
this
point
last
year.
of dollars every day, but this is far ers of tlie Newberg Graphic. This in­ feel about his side of the question.” I backs. They then departed, and Wed- | state of Oregon. Terms of sail, cash in
ADVERTISERS
™
I 0" .dwrt.nng twe, wbw Cho<o. will tmd it
M» ■
For particulars apply to or address
from sufficient to supply the greed of stitution of learning is forging ahead am|not sure whether it was the natural I nesday morning, on opening the box, 1 hand on day of sale.
Dated this 7th day of June, A. D. 1892.
Mr.
Jolly
found
the
money
gone.
The
the taxeaters. Ship subsides and and is becoming known over the entire grace of his manner anti his strong
Will. F. BREIDENSTEIN,
A. J. NELSON,
sugar bounties and the ever-expanding coast The cqrps of teachers is first regard for the rights and feelings of swindlers have not been heard from.—
Sole Referee in said suit,
AMITY
FRUIT
LAND COMPANY,
Forest
Grovo
Timas.
pension list must be met. The tax­ class and hardly anything is to be de- others that prompted him to take the
R amsey
F entow ,
ZL/Iolvlixiiigrille, Oreg-on.,
payers find no mercy.— Oregon Scout. ■ sired in the way of study.
course which be did, or liis deliberate Get New and Startling Facte at Druggists.
June 9, 25
Attorneys.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER,
A FRAUD EXPOSED.
CONVENTION CHARACTERS.
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$ Oregon Kidney Tea.
Vegetable
Sarsaparilla
^PREACJi
ALL SUMN
GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES !
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
WHITE GOODS,
SHASTA LINE.
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AND A LOT OF FINE DRESS GOODS.
F, W. REDMOND.
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Farmers
CO
Through Tickets to all Points
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Northern Pacific
Railroad
To all Points East & South
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CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS,
East, North & South.
FRUIT GROWERS, ATTENTION !
5,000 ACRES
Finest Fruit Land Willamette Valley
LORD & THOMAS,
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