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THE WEST SIDE.
.!., Mil, EDITOR.
Esst Sii3 Publishing CcT.pany
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fiayaul o tot M County t,ubU.ulli Cum.
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Rel.l.red M Ul lNwUmi In Indepev
oretiun, m MeondlMHi matter.
FRIDAY, KEPTKMRKR 8, 1803.'
Of New York.
phase of the 0. P. eompauy this
wetk, aud aiutw ha took surh n
InUwat in the election of Fullorton.
and alucc, according to th TitHr,
Vlym was owihh! by tlia 0. P.
company, and uuw lnc Fullortoa
Is m follows!
Guam) Island, Neb., Aug. 3, '02.
Mr Drau McKimusti I m by
the AnHOclAtd Pre that in your
great apceoh at Beatrice you an-
turat tho people tliat the foraigutr
hits followed exactly iu the U' of paid the tariff Use, and, prwum
Pirn, i it not fair to prraunio that ing that you know what you an
- For Vic Frwadwit,
A. K. STEVENSON,
For PitvhtanUal F.ltvtom,
s W. M. (lvl. of Jackson,
Geo, R, Noland, of Clntaop.
Itnlwrt A. Miller, ot Jiu'kwiu.
W. K. Hutt-her, of linker.
From now till January 1, 18'A
wo will aond the WkstSipk for
50 cents. That will give you tin
papor till after 'election, and will
keep you po&ted as to the course,
not only of political events, but li
regard to the news of the world a
well. Subscribe for four months.
TiiRWKsrSlDK till Jtiuuary l,
ISU3, for 50 wuts.
From the way in whlck McKin-
ley is gyrating around over the
country, the conclusion would be
perfectly logical that they have not
much use for a governor in Ohio.
Martial law is quite an every
day occurrence Uiia year. How
long will people who are supposed
to lie civilized consent to the ex ha
euce ot a social system which breeds
Buch clashes between labor and cap
ital aa we are now witnessing!
m ..... i
Now 18 Mr. Cleveland's chant.
If he can write a letter of accept
anoe that Will contrast iu brevity
with that long drawn-out affair of
Harrison's, his election will be as
sured. The man who can get the
best thoughts into the fewiwt words
is the man for the occasion.
Ths Louisville IW says: The
negroes of the North are becoming
more and more alive to their own
interest and it is only a ttmwtion
of a short time when all the better
class of them cast their ballots with
the Democrats. A negro Itepubli
cau convention in Georgia has just
indorsed the Democratic State nom
inees. i - "'i .
The difference between the relig
ious press and the political is that
politicians, as a rule, read both
sides, whereas religions people read
only their favorite organ scrupu
lously. So that, whereas the polit
ical press has influence only so far
as it can justify its pleadings, the
religious press has no influence
outside its groove. Portland Even
Pick np most any Kepublican
paper in these days of strikes, says
an exchange, and you will 11 ml a
statement to the effect that there
are plenty of idle men eager to take
the place of strikers. Then turn
to the political column ami you
will find that, so great a blessing
has the McKinley bill been, work
ing men are fully employed. "A
funny old thing is the tariff."
The Boseburg 1'Uiindealer would
do well to print our clippings from
the New York World this week,
headed "For Charity's Bake." A
couple of weeks ago the I'laindmkr,
like the Sun, abused the World
for forging cablegrams. The Sun is
in the soup and will have to pay
its $1000, and the Tluindealer
oughti to quote its own utterance,
and then say, "We take it back like
men, for if the World had not been
a Democratic newspaper, we never
should have said what we did."
The Kepublican party of Oregon
is getting in good shape for defeat.
And when it comes there will be
but few mourners, and their grief
will be a balm ofgllead, as it were,
to the feelings of those who might
otherwise regret such an event.
The defeat will not be caused by a
lack of faith in the Kepublican
party, but by a lack of trust in the
persons who have been leaders of
the party in Oregon for the past
several years. Politics, both county
and state, need thorough cleansing,
and unless the Republican party
does the job itself, no matter how
disagreeable, the peopla will arise
in their might and hurl it from pow
er.Boaeburg I'laAnikaler, (tlep.)
Judge J. C. Fcllebton, of the
Second Judicial district, decided
tho O. P. railroad case just as
Judge Pipes had decided it. Won
der how those "fellers" feel who
"downed" Pipes and elected Full
erton. Pipes was right, and Fuller
ton dared not decide otherwise.
Since our knightly confrere, Robert
Johnson, of the Corvallis Times,
has written & resume of the legal
Fullertou is owned by the 0, P, as
well! The ouly noticeable differ
ence is,the Timet has not been able
to work lt courage up to say so
yot. Perhaiw it will bo consistent
after a little, or as soou as, Its dec-
tiou iuk dries, and people forget
its Fullertonian editorials.
. . .i ii i
The catalogue of the stale nor
mal school, at Monmouth, has Just
conio to our table, and alter careful
examination we find that the school
for the eusuing year will tie
strengthened to a vwy consider-
bio exteut. Tho special features
which will relate to touching as a
profession, and qaailflcaUons there
for, will bo found in tho new pro
fessional course, uuder the head of
"History ami Philosophy of Edu
cation," uuder the immediate direc
tion of Prof. P, L. Oumpbell, than
whom a better qualified and more
eflleleut instructor is not iu the
state, and he has no superior in
this line ou the PacUlo coast Also,
"Methods and Pedagogy," uuder
the direction ot Prof. (Mi,' who
has made a specialty of this course,
and of him it may bo trutlifully
said, there is none so apt to tench as
he, who knows what to teach, ami
how to do the work iu band. The
accession of Mr. Oct a to the stale
normal, will bo real food as a very
creditable and judicious selection
by the board of regents, before the
close of the next scholastio year.
In fact, the entire additions to the
faculty, consisting of Pioftwsor
Get, a graduate of the MiHersvtlle,
Penu., State Normal Hehool; of
Miss Alice L Priest, a graduate of
Cornell University; nod of Miss
Ayers, a graduate of the North
western Conservatory of Music, are
Brat class iu every particular, and
will only couspire, with the well
tried efficiency of the old mcmiliers
of the faculty, to make the state
normal school, at Monmouth, by
far, the only thoroughly equipped
normal school in the Northwest,
The mechanical work on the cata
logue is also according to the
. ,i n i i
"X)R CHARITY'S itA h'li"
UCCEOR TO GOODMAN 4 OOUTY.
talking aboat, I address you foi
the purpose of gaining a little iu
formation. This last week 1 rt
ooived a bale of Sumatra tobaoe
used for claar wrappers. The bale
weighed 103 pounds. The bill for
this bale of imported tobacco was
415,00. The cost of the tobacco
alone was $00.00. The tariff taxes
at $'J per pound as fixed by yonr
bill, kuown as the McKinley, bill
was fl'Jt, making a total cost of
$415.(10, You say the foreigner
pays the tariff tax, and as this $324
tariff tax has been charged up to
me in the bill from the wholesale
tobacco house, erroneously, accord
ing to yonr statement, the infor
mation I desire is this: Where can
I find the foreigner whose duty it
is to pay Uils $324 tariff t I want
to draw on him, at sight, for the
amouut Hy giving me this de
sired information, you will confer
a great favor ou one of the pro
tected cigar makers of America.
With great rwqwet, I am, sir,
Hknky Sotiuyrrr bi.pt,
TUt Vtutlt Tml IWbbor.
Visaua, Cat., Sept. fl. Nw ww
rvcvlmt hen today that Honug and
Evant Uyd jrtwUrday afternoon l
Mi Iuhim ofguiwrvlior EHIt, twenty
one mllit mirth of Vitalla, They mnd
Kill furnbh Utm with meals anil
thrvntem'd to kill him for (olniiig In
the hunt after them. They Busily left
In the evening, cntulug went, with
Eltk't home ud cart.
I. TIIK Ot,l) DEFIANCE.
fVw l . of 4. .)
IfitJ'At llwW will furnish to
the editor of the IVilmne, Mr. Dou-
aid Nicholson, one mitt ilia of proof
that the matter in question the
interview with Bchlaparelll cauie
by cable, or bad any ntom of the
foundation ascribed to it in The
World, we will give a thousand dol
lars to the Tribune' freeh-air fund.
U. UVii MOLD. ,
Ifrum Ihl Hon at Aug, .
Our charge that certain cable
disoatches printed in The World
were concocted hero in New York
cannot be dismissed by tho pro
duction of the forms of a cable
company filled iu with a copy of the
from tkt Hum of Aug-
A reporter of tho Nun called the
attention yesterday of Mr. Donald
Nicholson, the editor of the Trih
une, to an article in Sunday's
IforM, in which Mr. Nicholson
was quoted as having given a deci
sion respecting the quality of cer
tain cable dispatches printed in
"Were any cable dispatches sub
milled to you!"
"Yes; one purporting to be the
Schianarcili dbpatfch, the other
the Bismarck interview. But I
declined to examine them, although
J taw at a ytanre that the dorumrnta
submitted bare all the ranmtrto of
genuine eahle diqmtehev."
IV. OFFICIAL BVIPENCK.
From tht W orlU of nm citifi-.J
COMPAG.VIE FltASCAlHU 01 TKLK
URAt'UE de Paris a Nbw York.
.'51 BkoadSt. Station-,
August 0th, 1.8!)1.
Memoraudu in to
To whom Umtty concern ;
I hereby certify that tho cable
message containing the interview
with Schiapiirelli, printed in The
World of Angust nib, was brought
over our cable from Milan via Lon
don on August 4 th, as a World
For the French Atlantic Cable Co.,
Signed John C. Flemino.
V. VAIN ATTEMPT TO KAtHB $1000.
The Tribune lias not yet acknowl
edged the receipt of $1,000 for its
fresh -air fund from its neighbor, the
VL STILL WAITING.
Two hundred suffering children
who might obtain a now lease of
life through the addition of $1,000
to the Tribune's fresh-air fund, still
await an. opportunity to go to the
country, Jiew York World. ,
WAIThW FOR AN ANSWER.
A cigar manufacturer at Grand
Island, Nebraska, addressed tho fol
lowing letter to Mr. McKinley,
during his recent canvass of that
state. He desired informal ion very
much, but us yet Mr. McKinley bus
not been heard from. The letter
"A dollm't nrlh fur t duUtr" U tha muita
el Howl ! kMirtllt, "Hit Witdlcliit It t
hUlltlJ -u.uirl.4 tvlltt. ! m;mrll.t
iikI oilief witllHww 'is'hWj iMiir.l,
J l iti''utI by l',vi M Hr.ii,i'l
tml U-4 iih1 !" ' l"' teltt-d ft l"
d(KH. It l'XJ III -v!ltar -i It ' 'I
medteiiitl itHi'.i in ii fort Him u ) i-
jittt by i'li;iilin, ii-itltu, u4
IVcollar i Iilf,
diifovpfv-1 bf Hit 1" 'fSWt nf llmxt'l
jt,',!a, t.id liitun W uj o:,im ..
la IU fttmpt f'.iuii on IH Wwl I
mtwm all tatiartii;-, tr-tofo'..
Mil rltoiia. "', boll, ill ti.'.i, tit humuti,
ml til ilOtawt Of 1 HI til.im lf
luiui bljod iv 1 :! ( !' tyt.
"I bt Wkeil ll--l'i St(Mi,lll tod
Rutl U to bt lilt bnt bl.wl prinr I btt
rrttMHl.H MM. II. rim.t, Auburn, Ctl
The IU-t MulU'lne.
l hart tt.rd ill UifU.t ul tlnad'i Dtrtt,
airlll. (r ItulinwiL.tt. It bM bltmi n I
(trot Ami. I UiUk It Itlbt Iwtt ni-ll'i"
lur Iml'fMth't tnt draHtMln." Mu H. A.
Lai-omiuu-, Y Nonh rifik Biwtl, Nt
imVti NH- ( to Klonlr
nM b dnuMl"'. tl; tin tr , Prtptrofl
nif bf 0.1 HOOO A CO , A-Mlbwtott,
100 Doses One Dollar
, Havo Just Rocolvad a Car Load of
COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
And are now receiving a large shipment of
Ddlk, Sseiers, Dic and Spring-Tooth Hai'TOWC
And the Celebrated
Garden City Steel and Oliver Chilled
Are head-quarters in Polk County for
HE M M KIEW UDBB ID W
Bain tons, k Oliver Chilled and Steel Fbs,
Don't fall to call and inspect our stock. We carry a com
plete stock of Oliver Chilled Plow Repairs.
Mm lUkllliiKtou ltontli I Mild to
reclv hut tevim dollar per wwk ftir
her tnrvlivt to tlit Hnlvnilon A nny.
W. A. VtaNnnwItk
C. H. Bodll
YaiKirtdek & Bcile
BIER W B BiTHS
Fintt-chiMi wurk. llidrcuttlnit Iu all
ttylet a HH-Ulty. Himp Id brick block,
flmt dimr auutb of tint Nntlotml ltntik.
T. L. DUTLER,
All Milt pmniplljr trml.
Addma nit M ImIiu, lSilb ouunijr.Ornrm,
Eo for i Fair
Wo would Inf'imi ih putilio ttmt we
A BUS AND HACK
During th Stat fair.
Will Imv the pnttotttrtt vvrv morn
IliK nt 7 nd S:.H) o'(liM-k mid will livv
SmIciii nt A:30 mui 6:30 o'cliM-k, Kurv,
l.i'i Muud trip; tlDKle Urt, 7'o.
DAMON A COOK.
THE NEW AND THE OLD.-
11. H.Mlwx lisvlng retltud from
the llrin or It H. Wtloox A Co., the
bunlot-HN will be oonduoted by L. M.
Mattoon, and to our ciistonium we will
make a new deal all around. You will
be treated with the same courteny a
As It In our purpose and aim to cuter
to the want of the people, we will
carry everything In the line of groceries
that ie carried by any first clam grocery,
and price will be an low as the lowest.
Spedal Inducement will be given to
cash purubttHoni; and cash le what
talks and drives bunlnet Give us a
call, and be convinced tlmt ours Is the
place to deal.
The most goods for the least money,
and the best quality always.
THE OLD AND THE NEW.
L. M. MATTOON, PROP.
bU Solid Gold
(J Gold Filled
P I Silverine
H The . . .
Largest stock to selec
S Lowest Prices
New Fall Stock is
now ready for inspection.
i W UHlUM
Ladies, read this, and do
not forget it that
Havo much the finest line of dross jfoods ever diwplayed
iu UiU market, consisting of
Silk warp heuriottiw. 1 OOOU 35
Knglhih diagauul and figured cropon, , 7B1 i5
At the Emporium maybe had some lovely single dress patterns,
all colors, stylos, and prices.
Also, Ladies' Cloth, Broadcloth, Trooots, Broadhead, ,
. Flannels, etc., etc., at from 10 cents
to ?1.75 per yard.
A full line of beautiful furnishing goods for ladies and gents.
Get our prices on everything in the line of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Etc.
Stockton & Henkle, Props.
Come and see
Polk County District Fair.
ftunple "f nut li ttmn A acres. K bu. Orrii uprlnij hft '
1 lm.mil wiiwi Ji
J bit. wiiitiT liurlD- . 8 iW
" 1 tut KMf unin HI
! , 1 hn. mu of any Mud...,..,. ,. "
s Iju. i.'ii( 'rii-. if
" 1 ni'tv 1ii lini ku Irnnt S"0
I'pflt -niii)rn -- ""
IM4.V nlMwuMi.f inl.-rliiit, ilin-e viiriilli-n, nvtMieavvtMu-o
vm'ii-lv, llvr Hurt's i-wll iiirl.'lv - W
lilsplny .In-avra nf imtn. llm-e vtnrilcs tiv oliriivis eni ti rli-ty,
ll vpi ini-tj vnrlniy . "JJ
Illply mwHliiwiiniMi. smili vtrlnly iiitli-ir n'l l I litu 4 1'
li.iiiy 10 pat-knur, 1 lb. irndi, liopa, Oitiibllftl by ijruwfr
Hiimplf wliltr tH'nn. .... .. ...
" tliiHiiby iui-ti ...
BuILT, uot It- that 4 pouii'l.
Ton vuritu nt i'im't
liiu' iKiiimt lioiiii.nmili yarn, wlilie ......
UM-klngii, lioin. mmtc ....--
Kstlt rlKlntr bn-nd ......-.--... ..
llnprUliiK bri'utl .. . , .-....m.
Umf cnki . -..-..,.-.
I'tillrrlltin nf ilimnMk- winneJ rrull
Ansorimriit ol mktw, nut Ir-sn Uiull four vark'llp..
lMi.'lti' or Jniiin, II vi' vnrli'iu-.
1 n rHit I ' k I rt , mil I n ul Iti'li ...
riBiui inixr, .hOu .tlloli ...... .
Tiiblt cvvpr, .nLln .lll.-rt
Hula piiktilon, iialln Uti'li......
I'llliiW lllllll,(llltllUi) .llll'll ..............
Turkish r.iir mnt
Hmt ftillt-y upntl
Ktra piisliloii, liiuiiiiu einbmiilory .
TiiIIpI 't .
Mint1, iinw .................
l'tllow .hmn. ......... .......
Ijtitv'n iiotnuliu-r nillitr...
lloy'n mill, madti by a wonmn. ..,...-..
I ji(ly' dii- . ...........
Turkrd skirt ..
Wlilto Klilrt, llm-u Uwiim ..
HiilltinhoU'!, His, by tflrl nmlr lx(t'tn want of ium .... . 1 m
Callrt) div, by girl miili-r IxU'en yenr of ae 1 on
Ilcul liipclninn twnmaiiKlilp, by boy under flftwn year of aito S 00
Five vnrii'liii' full applva, not Ipw llmuslst euoh.by boy uiiilvratx.
ton yrar of airo . . - . . 6(0
Five varlmlwi wlnu-r nppltw, not lei tliau U each, by boy uudir ,
tlflren yoiira uf ami . S 00
Kxlillilt of not les than two viu'ii'tlrs inwilit'M, by boy hk above... 8 ml
Two varU'lli'H (ii'iir., not lt"ti Mian lx iwh. by Iniy a above Sim
l,ni(tl Wlihoua not kw than Uin'ti, bv taiy an abov ............ 3 iXI
Plim plum and prnnrK, one yiirloiy iwk, by boy as abov.... a mi
Slnulo vniii'ly irmiH'H, by buy boy iik abovo ami
Mwwpatiikea, Inrijusi mid best exhibit of fruit, by boy a above. 10 no
I.nriti-Ht rtibbiiKn ....... -......................... 1 00
Kxlillittof earmu. .i. ........ 100
1'otiiliHw, early, t hrw varlnlius, nix spiK'Imona each..... . S ml
)arniilpa. ix wpivlmctiH .. ......................... 1 m
Ki'rt qnllt, silk puliihwork, plain...
Hell tgiillt.iillk pali'bwork, rruiy..
Hi-il quill, eotlon piiti'hwork
HiickskUi glove... ...............,
Latly'ti .bawl, crophelcd...
MpiMlmen of lac!, pnH'bcti'd........ ...
Nliei'lium of law, knltuid .... .. .......
SaltrlHlng bread, by girl iuitlnrlxten years of age ,
IlniirlnliiK hi. ..
8ou blMi-ult. by girl under sixteen year of e .
H1iisknttlon!i. tlireii sitwliiowitt
Walnrmclon, three auexilinvuii ..... "IIII I I '.
tinlnns, uny viirlciy ..
On lon, yellow liHi'iverx.ono pwk. ..
l'olatima, late, Ihine viirlelirH, six potinoini each.......
HuiuuiheH tor Oible. three tnwu'tiiiiMiit .
i.hikhki .ipiMii oi tiny Kind.. ..... ami
I'uiupklii. twospeelnien ...... j. . ami
Tiinilpn, nix npeciineun of one variety ............... ....... 1 ml
Tnnia.tniw, kI x upeelinen one variety ..... . .... a ml
linriie.it aperlinen any variety of tomato l tu
i.uiiwt mid besl eshlhltof vckiMiiIiIdh not euinpetlng lu anv of the
Ioi'i.kIiik cIiwmix, sweepstake .-...........'...... S ix)
FocliHlas, one bent, variety In bltxim... . . 3 mi
How", bent two varieties anil upeelmens In blooin 1 j ixi
llouble tfi-ninllllo. bixit thrtm viirletlii
Mly, In lilooin..i. " Tim
Houble fiii'lmla, while, In bloom .:
vi line rose, in tllonm .
. 1 00
Hed roue. In bloom. ........ ..........I"!!!!!"!!"!.... ""'-"-"" j
Yellow rose. In bloom. . . " "-"""
New eantim, In bloom or not -""!' -i
tlaillolu, not Uwx tliiiu rive speelmenn, In bloom -no
Hve baiiKtiiK baakeia exhibited In properly oonatnmted luVskatsi Smi
f'aiisles, lu bloom, not less than tlve vurlellea 1 ml
Itouitiietol rose .....L.TI loo
j'lsiMH.v oi em-nowein . . .. i ttl
ii.,..! i " " .
,..v ,.,.rtj ..I i""i, Bweepniiuiea ................. ..w.. fc , Diploma
I'rlutlnir, posters, In eolm-s . ...... . IXiilnma
l.andseape iinlntliiu In oil on eiinvns, exhiblleil bv the artist f8 1X1 U HO
ljarKi-st and best tlisplap of eniyim ilriiwtnijB by one persou, tlve
or tnnro 5iX) oixi
riiolOKrnpli views, ten. I.iruesl J, by one" perwiii""!!!! 2 mi 1 no
Hln piilnllnit, work by the artist IMploma
Hpeolmeu porcelain pulntliiK, by artist . M 00 f mi
Hpeelmen oil palnllng on Biilln, by artist . 4mi ?nn
lVnmanshlp.. " jn,,!,,,,,,.
Hpei'linen of niiirhle work, by the arllst.... . IU Hum
Linulseape In water ookir... .... ... .............J Six) 2 00
, PRICKS OF ADMISSION.
Men's day ticket Jo so
liay ticket llir auildle horse Ml
Day ticket lor 1 or .Miorse vehicle, M
Season ticket tora-horse vehicle.. 200
Coupon ticket dnysi for men fc!00
Oou jion tlck't (Ii days! for women, free
Benson ilcket ltr saddle horse ... SI 60
Beanolt ticket for l-horsn vehicle.. 1 Ml
ltoys iVom 8 to 12 years old, half price,
For prices of licences, (tnuind rents, and other Information, see cataliMtue,
, f whleli will be Issued about Meptembor 13.