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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1892)
CLOTHIERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS.
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Th!« Shoe Is varra ntjd Ff mt Qvaltty 1n ev»ry rwpwt
We have put in a shoe gallery and
make a specialty of Men's Fine
Shoe Wear. We have a very large
assortment and at prices from Sf.OO
up to $6.00. We have fine hand
sewed calf and Cordovan, and will
guarantee the qualities.
Our stock of clothing has no equal
on the West side. We carry Oregon
manufactured goods in large quan
tities and a fine assortment of East
ern and Imported goods. We have
all styles and novelties. Men’s
suits at $6 and up; Boys suits at 11
and up. Have extra sizes, etc.
We closed out our overcoats com Our tailor shop is well known thro
pletely last winter : hence our stock out the county and has a reputation
is all new this season and is very for fine work. We have conducted
large. We have a fine line of Men’s this shop for four years and employ
coats all wool and good patterns at union tailors and guarantee a fit on
$10 to $15;also lower prices. Head all our work. You can not beat us
quarters for Macintosh coats, from in this department. Give us a trial
$5 to $15; four colors.
I and you’ll be satisfied.
HARDING &. HEATH, Publishers
>□« Copy. per ye»r, inadvance............... $1 00
Copy, »lx month, in advanco.............
Entered at the postoflice at McMinnville
Oregon, as second-class matter.
All lubscribert who do not receive their
paper regularly will confer a favor by ini’
mediately reporting the name to this office
Our furnishing goods department is
large and has all the Latest Novel
ties in Men’s Shirts, Colors, Cuff's,
Ties, Underwear, Gloves, etc. Wc
have been here seven years and the
amount of business wc do shows
that we do not follow, but load our
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' THE NATIONAL BANKING SYSTEM.
The official vote of this county , r I A Few Ideas in Reference to this Great,
shows the following result compar
ed with the vote on congressmen Tlie existence and perpetuation of'
tlie banking institutions, created
Nov. June, mainly by the statutes of the United
. .146!) 1317 States in 18C4, touch tlie interests of
. . 682 877 the people in two important ways: (A)
. . 790 387 as affecting the circulating medium
.... 246 204 used hi daily transactions: and (B> as
A Word for Long Skirts.
I don’t mean trains. They are very
pretty in their proper place, but when
they are used to assist the street clean
ing department they justify all the
abuse that can bo heaped upon them. I
mean skirts which nearly touch the
ground, and which when standing or
sitting practically cover the feet.
I remember the poor and pretty hero
ine of a story I read long ago, who,
wlieu she was surprised by visitors in
her workday costume, “sat down and
confided the shoe with a patch to the
friendly protection of the pretty pink
skirt," which she could never have done :
if she wore a reform skirt that only ;
came to lier ankles-.
The latter of course would be more
comfortable in bad weather, but the
two or three extra inches are so friendly
to women who have to economize in
shoes. I think this is one very strong
reason with a great many women for
clinging to long skirts, and it always
seems odd that you don't hear it men
tioned. Perhaps many women don't
think of it in that way. They only
know that they are uncomfortably con
scions of their feet in a short skirt.
It costs a pretty penny, the reformers
ought to know, to be always newly and
neatly and daintily shod. If you can
spend forty dollars, say, on shoes; if you
can have a variety and suitable ones for
all occasions, and they fit like gloves,
and you can discard them as soon as
they need mending or get rubbed or out
of shape, then indeed you can rejoice in
a reform skirt with some of the inward
tranquillity which comes from a con
sciousness of being well dressed.
But the case is very different with
women who must restrict themselves to
ten dollars or less a year; with whom
each pair of shoes must last so many
weeks or months, no matter what work
is expected of them; who never dream
of having shoes made to order, and who
must consider their substantial qualities
more than their style.
This friendly service on the part of
the long skirt is one thing that helps it
to hold its own against the peddler
stout on the king's highway.
affecting the management of institu
tions where business men keep their
daily deposits, and where men go to
These are the figures and you borrow capital for ordinary commercial
Thursday, November 10, 1892.
Cleveland and Stevenson Win can draw your own conclusions, al uses. It is not generally appreciated
though it is hut fair to say that by persons who have no time to inquire
R esolutions <> e C ondolence and all O bit -
uary Poetry will lie charged for at regular
quite a number of transients voted into the organization of banks how the
in this county on Tuesday ; or per continuance of national banks may l>e
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of distinct benefit or injury as affect
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis
ter will be mailed to any person in the The Landslide of J89O Repeated haps the ticket voted this week, be ing a part of our currency.
United States or Europe. who desires one.
ing less complicated than the state In tlie first plaee the note of a na
free of charge
L. P. Fisher, Newspap-r advertising
ticket in June, is a better test of the tional bank is a promise to pay by tlie
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange. San
bank, and not by tlie United States. It
county’s voting strength.
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This
is, therefore, not government paper
paper is kept on file in his office.
Cleveland is elected.
Only Pennsylvania and Ohio Re
money, like tlie ‘'Greenbacks.” As
main Reliably Republican.
only tlie banks themselves must re
deem their own notes—and the notes
must lie redeemed at any moment on
demand in lawful money—the govern
TAMMANY HALL ANI» 1IILI
ment steps in only to the extent of
“The gifts of God to our people obliging the banks to deposit a special
PROVE THEIR LOYALTY.
during the past year have been so part of their resources, invested in
abundant and so special that the United States bonds, with the treasurer
Illinois Surprises tlie (LO. I*, and spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits at Washington, for tlie security of tlie
> LARGEST CIRCI LATIOY.
not the call, but only the appoint notes issued. On every $190,000 of
Satisfies the I»eiiioci-Kts.
bonds at par value, a bank can issue
ment of a day when it may have only $90,000 of its notes. There is thus
The benefit of the people who U
common expression, lie has stay- tlie most perfect security to holders of
•lo not take it we again remark J
that tlie price Is
True Jeffersonian Democracy in ed pestilence at our doors. He has notes, since our national bonds sell
¡ONE BOLLAI 1
I given us more love for free civil in much above par. If a bank should
tlic Ascendency Once More.
per year. It is the only out 3
stitutions, in the creations of which fail, the government could sell the
bonds and with the proceeds have
and out democratic paper pub- «
' his directing providence is so con more than enough to redeem the notes.
lished in Yamhill County and 5
He has awakened a A national bank note is, also, a much
! 2(H> FOR CI.EVK AND 8T1ÎVIÎ, spicuous.
note to carry (so long as gold is
j deeper reverence for our laws. He safer
paid by the United States) than silver
has widened our philanthropy by a dollars, because tlie latter have only i>5
Of the democratic population, J
or 70 per cent of value behind them.
thus making it especially J Weaver May Have More Electoral ¡call to succor distress in other In fact, no one ever lost a cent by bav
sought by the advertisers. If j
M. H elen F raser L ovett .
i lands. He has blessed our schools in his ]>ossession a National bank note,
Votes Than Harrison.
your business needs strength- <
although this system passed through
ening try advertising in the J
the great commercial crisis of 1X73.
A Gift front Her Soil.
T ei . ei ’ hoxe -R eoisteii .
and God-fearing generation to exe This fact is in striking contrast witli Empress Frederick lias received a
experience under tlie old state
cute his great and benevolent de our
banks liefore 1X64, when tlie notes had pleasant gift from her son Emperor Wil
The election of Tuesday has pass
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signs for our country. He lias giv as many different values as the banks liam—tlie ruined castle of Cronberg,
ed into history To the thinking, en us great increase in material which issued them; and no one could crowning the lull opposite her hew home
then take notes in change without re in the Tannus—Friedrichshof. The em
The opera house was comfortably reading public there is no disap wealth and wide diffusion and con sort to a “bank note detector” to find press wanted the castle in order to en
filled Monday evening and Hon J.F. pointment, unless it be one or two tentment and comfort in the homes their value \veek by week, or without large her grounds, but the property be
losing by discount ( through exchange” longed to the state. Accordingly Em
Caples explained the mysteries of minor instances and these are fav- of our people. He has given us when sending money for payment to peror
William bought the estate for her
different parts of tlie country.
McKinleyism to the satisfaction of
orable to the winning side, The grace to the sorrowing. Now there Each National bank must, also, re I benefit.
the republicans. Wc havn’t heard
fore, 1, Benjamin Harrison, presi deem its own notes at-its own counter Dear girls and women, co-operation
slide of 1890 is repeated with
demand. Above I have referred to will give you everything you desire—
that lie made anv converts.
dent of the United States, do call on
method of ultimate redemption, as
even more gratifying results to the upon all our people to observe, as the
in the case of tlie failure of a bank. co-operatiou in sympathy and in intel
A bright little New York boy af democrats. There remain only a
I refer to the method of daily re lectual, financial and social effort. It is
has been their wont, Thursday, the Now,
demption. Inasmuch as notes are so the open secret of success, lying bright
ter a hard evening’s work trying to
few reliably republican states, not 24th day of this month, November, safe, they go to any part of the country and smiling in our path at the door of
make a list of three hundred and
far distant from tlie issuing bank. Con the Twentieth century.
as a day of thanksgiving to God for sequently,
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it was Anally arranged that
sixty-five most notable persons in able among them are Pennsylvania.
his mercies and a supplication for each bank should keep a sum of lawful The London Geologists’ association
the world, gave up the task and
money equal to five per cent of its cir has this year elected a woman, whose
. his continued care and grace.”
culation at tlie Redemption Agency in scientific attainments are indisputable,
tossed his list to his mamma. That
The here-to-fore strongholds of
Washington, so that, instead of send as one of its vice presidents.
good lady could not but laugh republicanism are vanished and in
Throughout this land of ours ing a mutilated note to the bank itself,
one ata distance from the bank
heartily when she read: “Jesus, their places are reared monuments i there is a gradual tendency toward any
eotild, send the liote to Washington
Christopher Columbus, Papa.’’
and there get it redeemed in lawful
of Jeffersonian democracy as exem electing both United States sena . money (tliat is, in United States notes,
the president directly by ' gold òr silver, or silver treasury notes ISJ instantly afforded sufferers from
1 Bronchitis, by the use ot Ayr’i
Natural gas is failing. The un plified by the life and acts of P ris
I the people. The proposition is be- of 1892). Then in addition, any bank Cherry Pectoral. Either as an ano
to whicii a person is in debt is obliged
restricted use of this cheap fuel has sent G rover G i . evei . ani ».
■ coming more and more popular to accept in payment as (legal tender) dyne, to allay inflammation, or an ex
at last made inroads upon the sup
to loosen and bring away the
Th« electoral vote which this year ' among the masses, but not many the notes of any other National bank pectorant,
! (whether solvent or insolvent). This mucus, this preparation has no equal.
ply, and already natural gas com
senators take to the idea. They ; explains why a National bank note is
“ Last winter I contracted a severe
panies have recommended that will be cast for the democratic tick
which, by repeated exposure, be
almost without exception mon not only perfectly secured, but also cold,
came quite obstinate. I was much
why it circulates at par, without ques troubled with hoarseness and bronchial
their patrons supply themselves
eyed men who can bring strong in- tion, in every part of the country. The irritation. After trying various medi
with coal or wood, as there was no country. Sectional animosities no
i fluences to bear whenever they can perfection of this kind of a circulating cines. without relief, I at last purchased
telling when the supply of gas longer control the determination of | get a footing, and it would not be medium is such that it attracts no at- a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. On
taking this medicine, my cough ceased
immediately, and I have been
the voters of the nation. Honest, i half so easy to manipulate the gen- If the reader will compare a “green- almost
ever since.” —Kev. Thomas B.
i back” with a National bank note he well
Secretary Holston Conference
During the seventeenth and sober judgment on the facts and leral public as it would a few trust- will discover that the latter is not a “le- and P. E. of the Greenville Dist. M. E. C.,
eighteenth centuries service as conditions of the times is the gov ! ed. with the interests of many.— you cannot legally discharge tlie obli
“ My mother was sick three years and
gations by offering National bank very low witli bronchitis. We feared
. councilmen and constables in most erning motive in deciding which
notes. But, although you cannot force nothing would cure her. . One of my
New England towns was compul partv it is best to support. This
creditor to accept them in private friends told me about Ayer's Cherry
Mr. lflaine did not vote for presi your
She tried it, has -ised eight
transactions, it isso easy to get them Pectoral.
sory. Even .John Adams, after
bottles, and is now well.”—T. H. D.
judgment has just lieen recorded dent this year. An intimate friend redeemed in lawful money that in prac Chamberlain,
ward president of the United States,
tice no one refuses them. United
of his says this will be the first States
paid a fine rather than accept a
time that Mr. Blaine has failed to February 25, 1862, to lie lawful money
municipal oilice. In those days the estly recorded is to impugn the mo
a legal tender in payment of all
vote in a presidential year since he and
debts, public and private, within, tlie
tives of the rank and file of the vot
office surely sought the man.
liecwne of age.
I'niteil States, except duties on im Dr. J. C. Ayer
Co., Lowell, Mass.
ers themselves. This is a great
ports and interest (on the public debt); Cold
by all Druggist«. Price $1; six bottle«, $5.
There are many signs that Cana
but National bank notes are receivable
Hosier Brown, a man 100 years I forali dues to tlie United States except
country and greatly complicated
da is beginning to drift slowly in
' old. residing at Drain, this state, duties on imports and can be paid by
the direction of jtoliticitl union machinery is necessary to preserve ; was carried to the polls in an arm the United States for all its duties e.\-
interest on the public debt and the
with the I’nited States. We do not the government and subserve the -chair by four prominent citizens ' eept
redemption of the United States notes.
mean that such an event is likely best interests of all the people. This and cast his 20th vote for president. — Prof. J. Lawrenc'e Laur/hliu hi the
He was in the war of 1812.
Chauleiwfitan for October.
to come soon, for the sentimental
WEAVER ASKS FOR A NEW'LEASE'
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
we believe will be done by the new
opposition to annexation is too
administration more neariv
strong to be overcome, bi t that the
ultimate destiny of Canada is polit-' «‘''‘^faction of each citizen than by
ical union with the United States. ^,e Presc,d one.
Cleveland and Stevenson will
The death of Lieutenant Fred j, have two hundred and sixty-nine
Schwatka in Portland last week is electoral votes; Harrison about one
not only a loss to Oregon, which
has been his home since he was five I ' hundred and thirty and Weaver
years of age, but to the whole na | forty. The states carried by the I
tion. The New York Worhl says :I democratic ticket are: Alabama,!
■‘Few latter-day explorers have at Ill; Arkansas, 8; Deleware, 3; i
tracted more attention than Lieut. I South Carolina, 9; Florida. 4:
Schwatka. He became known not
1 Georgia, 13; Kentucky, 13; Ten-
only as a scientist who made dis
12; Louisiana. 8; Maryland,*
coveries of great value, but as an Inessee,
■8; Mississippi, 9; Texas. 15; Mis
interesting writer as well.”
souri, 17; Virginia, 12; North Car
In experiments on the influence olina. 11; New York. 36; New Jer-
of food and surroundings on the
color of animals, Mr. E. B. Boulton I sey, 10; Connecticut, 6; West Vir- i
reared caterpillars of the pepper ginia, 6; Illinois, 24; Michigan, 7:
moth under different conditions. California, 9; Indiana. 15; Wyo
Those confined among green leaves | ming. 3; total, 269.
and twigs became green, those liav-, In all probability
ing black or brown twigs mingled ,
with their food were brown or black
and others were turned light color-1 Cleveland, also. And no one will'
ed by white paper. Witli artificial lie surprised if Cleveland receives
colors red and blue tended to pro-1 300 votes in the electoral college.
duce a dark Adoration, though, There is no use to give majorities
very strangely, painted twigs had
as the totals are not all in yef, but
not the same effect as those with
as samples we give New York, i
the same natural tints.
80,000; Illinois. 15,000; Connecti
Tlw.v increaw appetite, purify the whole
system and act on the liver. Bile BeansSmuJL
This Shoe is warranted Flrat Qaallly in every reep*»;<
VeryStyliah Perfect Fit Plainand Topi^ ■•• •
•o/t and Y m IM’ cOhWMMM». MlrTTUl a » UCB.
BLANKETS AND TRUNKS.
HATS AND CAPS.
We are agents for the Salem Wool ! We pay special attention toour line We are agents for Fargo's Celebrat
en Mills and sell Blankets as low as of Hats, buying direct from the ed $2.50 calf shoes: every pair
other merchants buy them. You manufacturers in the east. You guaranteed. We buy shoes from
can find any kind of a hat in our
Bros.. Boston; Hamilton A
cannot equal our prices on blankets. stock and at prices to suit you. We Robison
Brown. St. Louis; C. H. Fargo, and
W e have also a large stock of have stiff’ hats in all shapes for M. D. Wells. Chicago; all manufac-
Trunks and Valices direct from the young men and old. Seethe styles turers. and we guarantee all shoes
) we sell to give satisfaction.
Tho GT.ASGO LACE THREAD CO., C.taftO, Conn., I
will distribute in premiums T«o Thousand Dol-
lara, Gold Coin, for the best specimens of
fancy work, to be made only from the
from Ter minai nr Interinr Nik lb
GLAS60 TWILLED LACE THREAD.
Open to all retidentx of the United State», |
líUullL'l I com » in Premiums.
Ækô, your dealer fbr circulars giving bill
information. If not to be had of blm,
Ær write us. DO MOT DELAY.
Thoroughlv satisfactory proofs vf our rdlB-
r6LAS60 LACETHREAD CO.,6lasgo, Coni.
It !• the DIN»*’• I
Through VLSI I* ’ ITD TRAINS
Every O.*.y if»
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
iNo Change of Cars
Composed of IIIMXG t'AKS
PllLMAM PRATO ROOM SLRKPERS
(Of l-atcst Equipment. I
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
NOW READY I
Best that can be constructed and in
which acconinuxlations are for hol
ders of First or Se< ond-c|as» Tick-
’t”n l ELEGA.B PAY COACHES.
A Continuous Line connecting wltk all
lines, affordiug direct and unin
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secur
ed in advance through any agent of the road
Our New Goods are now Ojien and Ready for
Through Tickets; ii
•nd Europe i nn l»c purchased at any lickvt
office of tins coniiiany.
Full information concerning rates, tiiui
of trains, routes and oilier details furniahM
on application to anv agent, or
Our Cloaks and Winter
Wraps come direct from
the manufacturers in Chi-
cago. Everything in this
line will be new and fresh.
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It has been our aim and
effort to purchase good
Serviceable Goods; those
that will give customers
the most service for their
A D CHARLT0M
Aset General Passenger Agent
Geaeral Office Of the Compaiy, No, lf|
riratBt., Cor. D ahtogtoa, fortawdi Or.
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
Express Tyains Ix-ave Portland Daily
7.00 p n> SanFrancisco S.lA«u>
7:00 p m Portland
Above trains Mop only nt following st«
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland.
Oregon City, IVooilburm, Salem. Albany,
Tangent, Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg. Jun
ction city. Irving, Eugene
Roseburg Mail Dully.
8 :<i5 a m Roseburg. . 5:40 p m
6:30 a m| Portland .
4 :OU p iu
Port I a .id .
Albany Local, Dally. Except Sunday.
p m Albany.........0: p iu
a m Portland
U nion ,
We don't believe in sac- M m MM
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
of second class passen
rificeing everything foi’ For arcotnmodation
ger* attached to express train*
WEST SIDE DIVISION
cheapness; hence don't buy
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
nor sell the auction goods,
30 a in McMinn’
10 10 a in Corvalli* . 12:10 p in
if we know- it.
Corvallis. 12: 55 p m McMinn’ . 2:50 p in
But we do claim to lead
all competitors in low-
prices, here or elsewhere. '
who carry the same quali
ty of goods.
This season as an induce-
ment for people to buy for
cash we shall, on all but a
few staple goods, give ten
per cent, off to cash buyers.
50 p in Portland . 5 *30 p ,n
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
(rains uf Oregon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
4 :4O p in | McMnn ... 7.25 pm
Through Tickets to all Points
EAST AND SOUTH.
For tickets and full information regard
ing rales, maiis. etc., cull on thet’ompanv’«
agent at McMinnville
E. P. ROiiERK,
AaM. <1 F. A P Airt
I LIN E
This we find is absolutely
necessary in order for us
tc meet the changed condi
tions and demands of our
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
7:30 P. M.
A. J. APPERSON
Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
Hours Quicker to Chicago.
Quicker to Omaha and
i A new and Complete Treatment, consist-
■ ing of Suppositores, Ointment in Capsules,
i also in box and Pilis: a positive cure for
External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itcli-
; ing, Chronic, recent or hereditary Piles,and
(Formerly Morrison Street. Between Front and First
Sleepers, Free I^ecllxx-
I many other diseases ami female weakness; I
J.ng' CKciir Cars, Oinixxr
I it is always a great benetit to the general
! health The first discovery of a medical
cure rendering an operation with a knife
rates or general information eall on
unnecessary hereafter This Kemoly has
never been known to fail. $1 per box, 6 for (
W allace <t H artman , McMinnville, or
1 $5; sent by mail. Why suffer from this ter- :
rible disease when a written guarantee is |
H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Apt.
given with six boxes, to refund the money i
254 Washington St .
if not cured Send stamp for free sample.
Guarantee issued by W oodard , C larke A
P ortland , O reoon .
Co., Wholesale A Retail Druggists, Sole
Agents, Portland, Oregon
The Portland Tailor,
A FULL LINE OF SUITINGS AND PANTS GOODS
The accompanying statement
at my weight and measure- « m ™.... un» tj m i.
ments Will show the results Of WalM.. 4«tn. ai u I,
five months’ treatment.
u ■». 40 i*i » »
IF YOU WANT
PATIENTS TREATEO BY MAIL.
CONF I DEN UAL
Ilirmlm, and with m oUHaa, IwnnvwteDn or La i ,,F.
for particulars addire««. with a canta in itamp*
Of wishing to retire from business, I
offer to sell my entire stock of Mer
chandise at Cost
t. a. r. unti, alienti mint, cucici a>
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Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Hyster
ics, St. Vitus Dance, Nervousness,
Hypochondria, Melancholia, In*
ebrity, Sleeplessness, Diz
AT BEDROCK PRICES,
ziness, Brain and Spi
This medicine has direct action upon
the nerve centers, allaying all irritabili
ties, and increasing tho flow and power
of nerve fluid. It is perfectly harmless
and leaves no unpleasant effects.
Valuable Book en Nerroaa
U Ir v V diseases sent free to any address,
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and poor patients can also obtain
I 111 b L b this medicine free of charge.
This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend
Pastor Koenig, of Fort Wayne, IndM eince 18% and
is now prepared under his direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III.
Sold by Druggists ut & 1 per Dottie. C for S5.
AC. <* Lftiuias fiar
BURNS & DANIELS.