The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, March 02, 1893, Image 2

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    THE TELEl’HOXE-KEGiBTElLpHE
occasion
for
pension
THE CABINET.
REFORM.
Grover Cleveland Ims given out the
■“—
It is lime to consider the matter of complete cabinet. It consists of the
pension refarm with fairness, pntriot- following men:
Secretary of State—Walter ($. Gresh­
»UB8CRIPTION RATES.
i jBni
perfect candor.
■ins t'opy p.ry.tr, in.dt.nc
$1 <w
it has not been so conxidered hitherto' am, of Illinois.
C.py,.It mo.tb.in .dy.or.................
(||1.
||mt ,|emugl,gu„ ;lll(1 ’ ■
Secretary of the Treasury—.John G.
'
i blatherskites have always made of every < 'nrlisle, of Kentucky.*
hntere<l at tlie ixrstoffice at McMinnville
,
I I’listmaster-General—Wilson S. Bi«-
Oregon, a. second-claM matter.
rf‘l‘*rl" pr»P«*«> «<> opportunity to over-1
flow with distempered utterance cal­ - «ell, of New York.
Secretary of War—Daniel S. Lamont
culated,
as they believed, to win votes
R k SOI.VTTOXS of <’ONIMH.K.XCF AND Al I <)BIT-
nary Poetry will be charged for at regular for tlieiiLselves, anil for the further rea­ of New York.
advertising rates.
son that a specie* of moral cowardice Becretary of the Navy—Hilary A.
•
Herbert, of Alabama.
S ample C opies Or T he T eikphos $ -R egis * ax to tliix matter xeeinx always to over-
Secretary of the Interior Hoke Smith
i fr will be mailed to any person in the ' come tlie Judgement* of. men who
United States or Europe, wlm desires one,
, I of Georgia.
should
lx-
reckoned
upon
to
aid
reform.
free of charge
Now that tlie war veterans in large I Attorney General—Richard Olney,of
I.. P. Fisher, Newspaper adverti.-ding
agent. 21
Merchant*’ Exehange,
San numlier* are coming forward to protest j , Massachusetts.
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This against the looting of the treasury in
Secretary of Agriculture—J. Sterling,
paper is kept on file iu hi* offlee.
their name and to demand reform, I 1 Morton, of Nebraska.
SECRETARY OF STATE GRESH A.M.
All eubecribere who do not reccire their ■ there is liojie that tlie demagogues may ' '
Walter <j. Gresham, who is to lie sec­
puger regularly will confer a faror by im­ ' 1« sent to the rear and that the moral
mediately reporting the ¡anti to thie office baekbene of those who have hitherto retary of state, is a native of Indiana,
been inclined to panic over every sug­ having been Ixirn March 17, 1832, near
Thursday. March 2, ISO:
gestion of refonii, may be somewhat Lanesville, Harrison county. He earn­
ed liis education at ilia Corydon semi­
stiffeueil.
IN SAFE HANDS.
The matter is simple enough when nary nud Bloomington university by
candidly considered. It is the duty lierfoiniing tlie duties of a clerk in the
The coming administration of Cleve­ and the pleasure of the country to take county clerk’s office. When twenty-
land will be the cleanest In the history , care of its defenders who need its care. two years old lie wa« admitted to the
of tli« United States. Four years of For every mail disabled in the service bar.
<'leveland will leave the country iu a tlie country is glad to provide. To
He joined flic republican party in
much better condition, both in a finan­ every old soldier who has fallen into 18.5(>, was elected to tlie legislature in
cial and commercial way. The next want by reason of age or disease, 18(H), participated iu tlie rebellion as a
four years will not be four years devot­ whether injured ill the service or not, Union soldier,wax retired as a brigadier
ed to the harvest of spoils, but will be tlie country rejoices to pay a |M*ntion. general,was in 18<>9made United States
four years deyoted to the administra­ Nobody lias one word to say in objec­ circuit judge for the district of Indiana,
tion of the affairs of the |ieople by men tion to jiensions for tlie helpless wid­ became President Arthur’* poetmaater-
elected by and appointed from the |>eo- ows, orphans or de|H.-ndcnt neai rela­ geueral in 1883, succeeded Cha*. J. Fol-
pie. The <■01111115 president ha» said tives of dead soldiers. In brief, there ger ax secretary of the treasury and re­
that the old politicians of the party, or is nowhere the least desire to abridge signed to become United States judge
In other words the old office holders,
the bouuty extended to those who for the Illinois and Indiana circuits.
will not be appointed to office. Civil
Judge Grealiam was warmly sup-
need and are worthy of it.
service reform under the coming ad­ But under existing laws large sums ixn-ted for tlie presidential nomination
ministration will receive more attention are paid to men who do not need help. at the republican national convention
('an Supply All Your Needs In
than it ever has before. While it is Cpontlie plea that they are unable to in 1888, but was defeated by Benjamin
necessary that a numlier of prominent earn a living by manual labor, many Harrison. lie announced liis inten­
officials lie removed from office, there men who are earning large incomes as tion to supimrt Mr. Cleveland previous
will noth« the wholesale removal pre­ lawyers merchants, statesmen, bank­ to last election, explaining that lie
dicted anil desired by the politicians of
ers and the like are drawing from the could not endorse the tariff' policy of
the party. The duty of government is treasury every year money which is the republican party, nor could be tol­
not to supply fat positions to the mass needed for the better care of tlie really erate the Pharisees wlio were in con­
of hungry politicians, but to govern. helpless. Surely this wrong should i>e trol of the party with which he had so
This idea of proper government will re­
long affiliated. He recently accepted
stopped.
ceive attention to an extent that it has
Again, there is reason to believe that tlie state portfolio, declining to consider
never approached lieforc. The iieople many names have been fraudulently it until convinced that the country and
demand it ami they must have it now. placed upon the pension lists. There tlie people need ills services.
If the democratic party keeps the faith ean be no )x>ssible complaint of efforts to
FINANCIER CARLISLE.
that lias been reposed in it by the peo­ discover and expunge these.
John G. Carlisle, the next secretary
ple of tlie United States there will lie a
Z1
Still again, by a combination of care­ of the treasury, win born in Kenton
radical change in tlie idea of govern­ lessness and cowardice, congress has county, I<y., in 1835. He was given a
ment and all the signs, this early, are been led to pass a multitude of special common sclaxil education, nnd nt an
pointing to that condition. The ap­ pension bills, usually in batches, early age was admitted to the bar. He
pointment of Gresham to the office of unconsidered and even unread. A few was elected to the legislature soon nfter
secretary of state is looked upon by tlie of these have provided for really meri­ where he espoused the cause of the
people, who think every appointment torious eases. Tlie greater number union and did much to prevent tlie se­
one for policy, as a political one. This have simply placed upon the rolls the cession of his state.
appointment simply means that the names of persons who have no con­
In 18(16 ho was made a state senator,
how the muscles of tlie body should lx-1
democratic party in tlie management
ceivable right or claim to be there and and during his second term was elected Hi» most recent political feat was to developed aud the importance of their,
of foreign affairs is not going to deviate
transform
the
Georgia
delegation
1»
the
lieutenant-governor.
This
was
in
1871.
I whose applications had alrdady been
much from the American policy of the rejected by tlie pension authorities.
Five years later lie was elected to con­ presidential convention at Chicago development in elocution, singing, etc.
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
A five minute recess was then de-'
past. Tlie office is in safe hands. Grcsh-) Under operations of such causes the gress. He was chosen speaker of the from a Hill to a Cleveland delegation.
am lias the confidence of the republi-i i pension list lias conic to be a charge forty-eighth, forty-ninth and fiftieth
Ill this way he secured a notable vic­ clared to give tlie teachers opportunity
cans aa well ns the confidence of the
tory
over Evan P. Howell and Patrick to examine the exhibit prepared by the !
congresses.
i greater than that of maintaining a vast
democrats.
Walsh,
tlie Hill leaders, and achieved Dayton school to send to the World’s
May
17,
1890,
lie
was
chosen
to
fill
| standing army, anil every dollar of the
Polities will not rule this adininistra-1
Fair. Some of the maps were good.
I money comes out of flic earnings of the the unexpired term of James B. Beck, a national reputation for himself as n
ion.
• After recess J. A. Buchanan intro­
who died while a member of the Unit­ politician.
! people.
It will be ail administration by and
duced the subject “composition writ-
THE NEW HECHUTAKV OI-' WAR.
In common fairness to tlie mass of ed States senate, and took his seat May
for the people and it will I m * a safe one.
Col. Daniel 8. Lamont, tlie next nee- ! ing.” The subject was discussed by 8.
the people who pay the nearly $200,000,- 26, 1880. He resigned over two weeks
DEALER IN
The cabinet is the most peculiar ever
000, and in justice to the worthy pen­ ago to accept tlie secretaryship of the rotary of war, is a native of Cortland, 8. Duncan, Miss Dunn, Mi«s Howard,
appointed, by a president. Cleveland sioners themselves, every honest anil ' treasury.
New York, and was born February 8, L. H. Baker and others.
was elected by the people. They de­
Rev. J. R. Hume entered a plea for
patriotic mind must desire the elimina­ HERBERT, WHO WILL RI X THE NAVY. 1852.
manded his nomination and elected
tion from the rolls of all fraudulent and , Hilary A. Herbert is a native of He earned his way through Union his client, the “bad boy,” not the
him, and this lieing so he Is under ob­
undeserving pensioners, and pensioners South Carolina. He was born at Lau- college with his salary as clerk in tlie “mean boy,” and discussed the subject
ligations to no one for the office nud his
who have abundant means of then- rensville about sixty years ago. When senate engrossing-room. When barely of discipline. He expressed liis strong
appointments so far have been given to
own.
lie was a child liis father removed to of age he ran for assembly in his own aversion for the “goody-goody” boy,
men of worth, not to men as a reward
I who, however, seems to be n native of;
It is a sham patriotism which pro- Greenville, Butler county, Ala. After district and was defeated.
for services rendered in the campaign.
After the elect ion of Samuel J. Tilden the Mississippi valley and does not
j fesses to see in efforts to that end the obtaining a rudimentary education at
,
j least suggestion of hostility or disre­ the village school young Herbert was to tlie governorship, Lamont was made ' flourish in Oregon.
GIVE US ATTENTION.
Miss
Howard,
of
Newberg,
sang
a
chief
of
the
seuate
document
room.
Un
­
spect to tlie men who defended tlie sent to the university of Alabama. Lat­
der Daniel Manning, of the Albany song entitled “Marguerite, Farewell,” j
The seat of government of tills great country in its hour of need. It is er lie took a law course at the universi­ Arffun, Lamont served as a reporter on Miss Baxter, of Dayton, recited a beau- 1
demagogy
seeking
to
liefool
the
“
sol
­
ty
of
Virginia
and
was
graduated
with
country is in the east, almost upon its
| tiful selectton.
the floor of the assembly.
eastern edge. The great centers of pop­ dier vote” in its own «elflsli Interest.— high honors.
8. S. Dunean, 8. A Deach and H. C.
Lamont
was
still
reporting
for
his
Herbert was admitted to tlie bar, and
ulation are in the east and there is col­ A5 /r Fori Woclrl.
laid established a good practice when paper at Albany when Grover Cleve­ Hodson were appointed to prepare a
lected together the men who form a
land was elected governor. When just program for tlie next meeting, which
majority of the law-making power of Chas. Grisaen of this city has placed tlie war broke out. He enlisted us a
about ready to prepare his first message will be held at North Yamhill, March
upon
the
market
a
volume
entitled
captain,
and
s<x>n
was
promoted
to
be
congress. These men after being elect­
to the legislature Gov. Cleveland asked : 25tli. It was decided to begin tlie
ed concentrate iu the halls of congress “Ideala." It was published by Lewis eolonel of the Eiglitli Alabama Con­
Manning to recommend someone who j meeting at 9:30 a. m.
amido not leave them except to fix & Dryden, of Portland, and is very federate Volunteers. At the head of
was splendidly Informed on state af­
Ideala
is
a
poem
neatly
printed,
G uaraiiteed to cure Bilious Attacks xud
that
regiment
he
participated
in
all
the
their wiles for reelection. All they
I
‘ Constipation. Small Bile Beans.'
fairs.
know of the western country is what in blank verse and is an origi- CHgagernents up to the battle of the
Real Estate.
Manning
recommended
Lamont.
Ixitli
in
plot
and
»al
production,
Wilderness. There, while leading his
they glean from the newspaper, and
Soon after the returns announced his
the few members from the west. The sentiment. The book contains several troops, he lost an arm.
Almira and W E Warren to Ora F
triumph tlie president-elect asked La­
short
poems
by
the
author,
Hit'
l>cst
of
He
resumed
the
practice
of
his
pro
­
condition of this part of the United
Thomason, lot 4, s A lot 1, Cozine's 3rd
mont
to
accompany
him
to
the
White
which
is
the
one
to
“
Whitman,
Whit
­
fession nt his old home. Later he re­
States they kuow nothing of ami it
add to McMinnville; $2100.
seems as if they took but little pains to tier, Tennyson." The preface is well moved to Montgomery, once the capi­ House as his private secretary.
Ora F Thomason to Almira Warren,
THE
PRESIDENT
’
S
OLD
LAW
PARTNER.
written and in is the liest thing tal of the confederacy, and from there
inform themselves.
Wilson Shannon Bissell, who is to be lot 4, bile 0, Cozlnes .'id add to McMinn­
in
the
book,
witli
the
exception
was
elected
to
the
forty-fifth
congress
The three great questions liefore the
ville; $1800.
American people to-day are questions of the short poem mentioned above. as a democrat. He has served continu­ postmaster-general, has often l>een mis­ A L Brooks to Eester Geer, 0 acres,
taken
for
the
president
elect.
But
he
The
production
of
such
a
lengthy
poem
ously in the house ever since, many
relating solely to this western coast.
see 31, t 3 s, r 3 w; $145.
They all l>car upon its development di­ tells that the author has much jiersist- times having no opponent. Upon is taller and more corpulent. He was
A E and J M Wright to O C Wright, [
rectly and upon the development of the ence and this quality is the principal entering congress Mr. Herbert affil­ born in Oneida county, New York,Dec. lots 1, 2, 3, blk 3, Hobson’s add to New->
31,
1847.
He
was
but
six
years
old
one
in
a
]>er*on's
make-up
thnt
produc
­
iated
witli
tlie
friends
of
the
new
navy
whole country indirectly.
*
es success. Lovers of poetry no doubt and fought persistently to rejuvenate when his parents removed to Buffal«. berg;$l.
They are:
Green
L
Howland
to
Win
Hatch,
80
After
attending
the
local
schools,young
will appreciate the longer |>oem, as it the merchant marine. Twice he lias
The annexation of Hawaii.
contains some pretty sentiments Ixien apixiinted chairman of tlie house Bissell was sent to the Hopkins gram­ acres, pt G L Ilowland d 1 c, t 3 s r 4 w;
The Behring sea arbitration.
very neatly expressed. Of course this committee on naval affairs. He holds mar school at New Haven, Connecticut $1000.
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
The Nicaragua canal.
Mary Yocum to Wnt A Yocum,122.55
where he prepared himself for Yale.
piem,
like others produced by men of that place today.
This is a peculiar moment in history.
He graduated from Yale ami liegan acres, pt W II McKuue d 1 c, t 5-0 s, r5
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL.
The settlement of these three questions world wide fame, contains some jiecul-
w; $5.
Richard Olney is one of the liest the practice of law in 1884, Mr. Bissell
in a way favorable to the United States iar examples of metaphor, but, if this
John M and Susan Crawford to F A
was
offered
n
high
government
place.
is
excusable
in
great
men
ou
the
plea
of
known corporation lawyers in New
will require more wisdom, manhood,
Crawford, 01.25 acres, pi M Crawford d
He
declined
it
because
lie
could
not
poetic
license,
it
should
lie
excused
in
England. For several years he has
courage, intrepidity ami foresight than
1 c iu t 4 s, r 3 w; $1.
has ever been produced in this country. Mr. Grisaen. The price of the volume been attorney for the Boston and afford to abandon his law practice.
.1 I) and E C Tarrant to Jas Madsen,
When Daniel Manning wax about to
This western country, while it has is 50 cents but tlie author lias eonclud- Maine railroad, ami is consulting Inw-
15.54 acres, pt I) Ramsey d 1 c, t 3 s, r 3
resign
the
secretaryship
of
the
treasury
ed
to
sell
it
to
the
citizens
of
this
city
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only five
less of the law-making power than any
yer for many other corporation.«, His
minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con­
other portion of the country of the same for 25 cents. It can lie obtained at the fittness for the position to which ho Mr. Bissell wax said to have been offer- i
area, is demanding the attention of tlie book store.
has l>cen appointed is unquestionetl, ed the portfolio. Again be refused ami j ° w Yocum to D Goodaell, 145 acres sideration the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and Love­
ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the gi-andest and
law-making laxly to an extent hereto­
and bis personal character command* Charles 8. Fairchild was appointed in- pl " ^1 McCune d 1 c; $800.
»tend. When Mr. Cleveland was mar-
Alfred Moore to Cliehalcm Valley most conven.ent. property for those desiring a beautiful honre. Pleasant
Why do members of the common respect from men of all parties.
fore unknown and will continue to do
rie<l at the White House Mr. Bissell | ha,lk'
acres- l’1 s Ha>'na d 1 e, t 4 s, Home is subdivided in tour acre-blocks an! is sold on reasonable terms
AOIlK TLTVRIST MORTON.
so. Tlie |>«<>»le of this coast are jiecul- council of the city of McMinnville
r 3 w; $5000.
For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDEN8TEIN. Sole Agent
iar; they arc, in the language of the guarantee that the water and* electric J. Sterling Morton, next secretary of j was Ills best man.
J W Edmiuston to P A Bates, prop­
agriculture,
qi «vMiiuiv, was
m «.- s innii
born m
at ziutuus,
Adams, uener-f.
Jeft'er-: In politics Mr. Bissell has always
J erty in Lafayette; $2500.
w est, a race of rustlers. More attention light plant will lie sold to a private I <»
Cor. Third^treet and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
He M‘ei1 a <lemocrat. I hough he has re-
Y., April 22, 1882
1832. Hoj
should be given the Pacific coast by company] for $15,000? The plant is son county, N. ¥.,
U 8 to Ivie Orton, 318 acres, see 22, t
1?b!i‘!:i^CC ,'n‘
congress. The members should l>c re­ owned by the city and tlie city should wax graduated from Union eolie^-. Re- [
3 s, r 2 w.
quited to learn something of our condi­ continue to own it. If a private corpo­ moving to*Nebraska, he became the j many times been a delegate to state
W T Coleman to G W Bell, d I c Ira
tion, or else the law making body ration purchases it, it will la* because of editor of the Nebraska City Nem, wax I eonventiens and in 1884 was a presiden-
Orton, t 3 s, r 2 w; $2.
:
tial
elector
at
large.
its
ability
to
bring
the
corporation
a
twice elected to tlie territorial legisla­
should l>c apportioned according to en­
R W Phillips to I! W Laueefield, pt
ergy, thus giving tis an equal show protlt. if it ran do this for a corpora­ ture, and in 1855 became the acting
TEACHERS MEETING.
d 1 c of U Powell, t 5 s, r 4 w, 108 acres;
tion
it
can
do
the
same
for
the
city.
governor.
with the balance of th« couutry. The
r
_____
SKIN.
He ran three times for governor of Saturday the l.llh, tlie.v Mat at Da,Inn *7640.
complex problem« troubling congress All that is necessary is pnqier manage­
rjRES C onstipation
L C Washburn to J R Wright, blk 12
now are nothing to the |wob|em, that ment of tlie plant by Ills' |>eople the the state, but wax defeated. For years and Cnndneted themselves ■« Kollow*:
P indicestion dizziness
Newberg; $2500.
C f »UPTIONS ON T HE sk /N
will trouble them in the future, coining citizens have placed in control. This be has devoted himself to tlie cultiva­
J
I<
Wright
to
E
A
Wright,
3;
acres,
talk
of
its
running
tile
city
in
debt
is
tion of trees and the preservation of The meeting was called to order at
from this energetic western people. Our
M
_____
____
pt I) D Deskins d 1 c; $600.
commercial condition, our financial I lx>«h and is probably circulated by pcr- forests. He is the father of what is 10:30 by Supt. Stilwell. After singing
,nd NERVE TONIC.
Sadie
Johnson
to
Florence
Younger,
sona
who
would
like
Io
own
the
plant
and
prayer
by
Rev.
J.
R.
Hume,
the
known
as
Arbor
Day.
He
was
offered
condition and our intercourse with for­
eign countries are all different from the for the profit there is in it. The figure« the agricultural, portfolio Feb. 17 aud regular program was taken up and L. land in Lafayette; $500.
Phillips Bartholomew- to H D Bar­
I H. Baker presented the subject “.«bort
conditions prevailing in the cast. We published in this ]>aper at the close of accepted on the spot.
are a different ]>eople, w ith the excep- ’ last year showed plainly that the plant HOKE SMITH’S I'AREEIt IX OBOROIA. I methods in arithmetic,” or what he tholomew, 320 acres, die D Martin, t
dazlt
Hoke Smith, who is to be secretary I calls the “spice” of arithmetic. In ad­ 4 s, r 5 w; $1800.
tion of loyalty to the old flag ami los e was profitable to the city. The citizens
Ti?A.ms
J
W
Cowls
ami
('
A
Wallace
to
F
J
are
calling
for
letter
service
both
from
of
the
interior,
was
born
thirty-eight
dition
he
would
teach
the
pupil
to
add
of our country.
(Northern Pacific R. R. Co. L iuhj
th« plant and from the council, I<et years ago in North Carolina. He re­ I a column at a glance, and would call Calhoun, 30 acres, t 4 s, r 4 w; $1800.
Let more attention Is- ,«id to us.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
S Calhoun and F J Calhoun to Jerry ' LATEST TI1TE
the counoil do its duty and stop this moved to Georgia with his parents, and it “reading” not adding. Home of his
“
“
7:30 P. M.
The county assessor will make lite as- nnnwuse about the sal« of tlie plant.
after receiving his education in the At- I devices were of great practical value Cocblin, 5 acres, pt G W Rolx-rt« d I c;
Two Tli rotigli Train« Daily.
••-«sment for th« year 18B3 under the
lanta schools, became the principal of! and all were interesting. The subject $500.
Mrs M C Graham to Harold Clark,
So Petinoyer ha« vetoed the artesian the Girls’ high school.
was discu.«sed by Prof. Northup, Rev.
new assessment law which is published
pt lots 5 and 6, blk 2, Newberg; $100.
12 43p (j 25p I t Minneapolis ar » ntki 4 15p
in another column of this issue. There bill. Well, he is so much of a bore
While instructing pupils there he Hume and others.
1 .»p 7 15p Iv.
St Paul
* .»8, 3 40p
will no doubt be some more friction be­ himself, that it is natural for him to studied law, and was admitted to the
AFTERNOON SESSION.
I'rononnrrd Hopeir hr . Yet Saved.
lo 15a 4 lip Iv
Dulutli
1140a «.Top
1
50p
7
.
25p
Iv
Ashland
8 20al 3 30p
tween the county and the city of Mc­ feel a horror of any competition—
bar in 18<1‘> In the practice < f hi.« pro­ The meeting was called to order at
, Front a letter written hv Mrs. Ada E. 7 15a
7 Hour» Quicker to St. Paul,
9 50a ar
Chicago
•r>47p to 4.5p
Minnville as the city assessor has Just rielo.
fession lie was frequently retained in 1 p. m. S. A. Deaeh, princi|ml of the ' Hurd,
6.7 we quote:
I. of Groton,’’8.
S. ’ f).,
Tickets sold and bngaage checked through
ismipleted the roll of the year 1893.
suits against railroads which tried to Dayton school, introduced a class in “Was taken with a bad eold, which toallpoints in the bnited States and Cana­ 23 Houre Quicker to Chicago.
The law require« that the county as­ The I nion Pacific have published a golible up land without paying for it, arithmetic aud illustrated his method settled on my lungs, cough set in, and -la
da. Close connection made in Chicago
t’hirnw» with
.in.
terminated In consumptioa. all trams going La*t and South.
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
sessor do this and that the sheriff of very neat pictorial World's Fair folder, and for years lie has been known as a of conducting a reeitaton. His pupils finally
Four
doctors
gave
me
up,
saying
I
For full information apply to vour near­
containing
colored
lithograph«
of
the
the county collect the tax and pay it
| fearless enemy to grasping corpora­ show that they have had gixxl training could live but a short time, j gave est ticket agent or to JAS C i*OND
Kanaaa City.
Gen, Pass, and Tkt. Agt. Chicago'm.
over to th« comity treasurer, lie to pay various cxp<«ition buildings, bird's eye tions. Having made a fortune out of and can do rapid work. Next was a myself up to my Saviour, determined
a-xid
'X’o-o.riat
It to the city. The new law does not view of the grounds, with a complete liis practice. Mr. Smith purchased the ! recitation by Master Willie Glenn, of that if I could not stay with my friends
Sl««p«rs. Fr..
Farm for Sale
earth, I would meet my nlisent ones
Chair C.,ra,
contemplate that the county assessor map of the city, showing location of Atlanta Jnarnal and made it one of tlie | the Dayton school. “Methods in Read- on
Contain.
80
acre*.situated
8
miles
north
above.
_My
husband
was
advised
to
«hall make an assessment of the county th« fair, hotels, railway dejiots, street leading newspapers of the south.
, !*'* *.1V"'.®- Northup, fol- get Dr. King's New Discovery for con- west of McMinnville, 30 .ere, i. „Z
lion balance pasture. Fruits of all kind, or’fc^<h¿nT,'n*Ta,
-.lion
for 1SH8 and of the city for 1HM. There car lines and city parks. Copy of the
He known a.« the “original Cleve­ lowed by L. H. Baker and Rev. Hume, sumption, coughs and colds. ' I gave it on
the place. 300 tree, bearing and 20»
Miss Howard ef Newberg gave a j » trial, took to all elgbt tiottles; it has young
is a difference of a year now lietween same may I* bad l>y addressing W. H. land man from Georgia," having ex-
tree«. Good building,, good fence«
•nd «pnng water
For termsippreTo
the two assessments and the question Hurlburt, Assistant General Passenger Pou«ed the president-eket's cause when I »bort talk on the subject "pbysic-al cul- X'lUM •b^rt^womim'' 1
A“‘
P- Agt.
owner.
Jtvts. O. L ams . * ’
la: which «hall wait?
Agent. Portland. Or.
he bad need of friends in that state. | ,ure >n the public schools.” She told tie« free Rogers Bro«. Drugstore
254 It ashington 8t.,
McMinnville Or
HARDIN8 L HEATH, Publisher«.
i
NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY
at
’S
KAY &
Don’t buy your Spring Suit until you see their New and
Clothing as they will have this spring the finest assortment aim
lan ever
less prices than
eve: before shown in Yamhill county. You can al
get the latest styles in Hats, Shoes and Furnishing^ Goods.^and w
Respectfully,
will not be undersold
J. B. ROHR,
House, Sign, ami Ornamental Piii
The Only Sign Writer in the Cosily,
BURNS & DANIELS,
Homes titled up in the Neatest and Vc
Artistic Style.
Designs furnished for Deeoratiqpi.
Remember Paper Hanging and IniUefi
nisliing a Specialty.
Work taken by Contract orby the Div t
perienced men employed. ”
FURNITURE,
WALL PAPER,
CARPETS, ETC
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon,
J". «£*1.
Proprietors o^Tlie McMinnville
iltl FACTORY J
Situated at the Southwest corner of
Fair Grounds. All size« of
BELOW PORTLAND PRICES
First-Class Drain Tile
kept constantly on hand at lowest Hi
prices.
DERBY <t BOYER,
41-
NcMianviile, Orej
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
East and South
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
—VIA—
Southern Pacific Jtat
SHASTA LINE.
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily
LEAVE.
I
ARP.IVI.
Portland... 7.00 p in SanFrancisco 8.15-
San Fran... 7:00 p in!Portland..
7.35i
Above trains stop only at following i
tions north of Roseburg: East Portia
Oregon Citv, AVoodburm, Salem, Alba
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey. Harrisburg, Ji
ction city, Irving, Eugene
( ) O. HODSON.
Roseburg Mail Daily.
I
LEAVE.
ARRIVE
Portlaud ... 8:05 a m Roseburg... 5 -.40 p
Roseburg. . G :20 a m Portland.. 4:00 p
HARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
STOVES AND
TINWARE
Albany Local, Dally, Except Sunday.
LEAVE.
Portland... .5:
Albany........... 5:
i
ARRIVE.
p m Albany......... 9: p
a m Portland
8:5fta
Pullman Buffet Sleepers,
Tourist Sleeping Cai
For accommodation of «econd clan paw
gers attached to express trains
WEST SIDE DIVISION
House Furnishing Goods
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sundtv.
LEAVE.
----------
znnivi
Portland ... 7:30 a ni McMinn' .10:10»
McMinn’.. .10:10 a ni Corvallis.
_______________
r
. 12:10p
Corvallis.. .12:55 p m McMinn’
2:5flp
McMinn’... 2:56 p m Portland
Portland. . 5 30p
At Albany and Corvallis connect wi
trains of Orégon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
LEAVE.
I
ABAIVI.
Portland. . 4:40pm McMnn ... 7.25 p
McMinn’. .. 5:45 a m|Portland... 8:20a
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Through Tickets to all Poin
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
O. O. HODSON.
EA8T AND SOUTH.
For tickets and full information regard
ing rates, maps, etc., call on theCompany'i
agent at McMinnville
R KOEHLER,
E. P. ROGERS,
Manager.
,
Asst. G. F. A P A?
from Terminal «r Interior Point« tb
NOW ON THE MARKET
Northern Pacific
Railroad
AND FOR SALE
is the Line tn Take
loall Poims East & South
Pleasant Home Addition
It I* the DINING CAR ROUTE.
ItriM
Through VESTIbL'LED TRAINS
Every Day in the Year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
T
To AtcMinnville.
(No Change of Car«)
Camposed of DININS ( AKS
(unsurpassed)
PULLMAMDRAWINGROONSmi
(Of Latest Equipment,)
TOURIST
SLEEPUIfi CARS
Best that can be constructed and in
which accommodations art for hol­
ders of First or Second-cptss Tick­
ets. and
ELEWKT PAY COl®
A Continuous Line connecting with 1,1
lines, affordiug direct and util«*
terrupted service.
ONLY
Pullman Sleeper re.ervalions can be wob
ed in advance tliroupb aiivagent of the row
Through Tirkfts iT°rride,rkTaK?5
•ml Europe can be purchased at any new*
office of tliia conmnny.
LINE
Full information concerning ratei, WM
of trains, routes and otlicr details furnish«
on application to any agent, or
RUNNING
A D CHARLfl*.
Asat General Passenger Ag«J
g«w«r«I OM«, or theCompaay, Ns, U*
F*?»*fi«., Coe. Wahlsgtoa, ITOrtae*, ®r
KO
Wisconsin Central Lines.
WE WANT YOU.
1 DA.YS TO
2 CHICAGO
3
Pom .SB Ottsox.
to act aw our agent. We furnish an
outfit and all you nee<| free. It co$t$ nothiaf »
try the business. We will treat you well,
help you to earn ten times ordinary m » h .
sexes of all ages can live at home aud worl '
spare time, or all the time. Anv one any wher»
earn a great deal of money. Many have
Two Hundred Dollar* a Month. Noc ML«
people in the world are making so much moar
without capita] as those at work for us. Bud««*
pleasant, strictly honorable, and pays better taa$
anv other offered to agents You have a «*•
field, with no eompetition We equip you
everything, and sapply printed direct Iota J*
beginners which. If obeyed faithfully, will brtj
more money than.will any other bus!new.
prove your prospects• Why aot» You ean *£
••ally and surely at work for us. Kasaoaikw
industry only necessary for absolute
Pamphlet circular giving every particular is
free to all. Delay not in ssndinj for it.
GEORGE STINSON A CO-«
Box No. 4SS, Portland,
I