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JNDENCE, POLK COUNTY, OljjiGON, !'
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HI DAY, Villi. 9, lc'94
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BOOKS 4 STATIONERY-
MWtar Km , Main aUwl,
BOOTS ana SHOES.
llietl A ClMi'll, uat It itrnrt.
luiiptwll 4 Soil-Will t Hi ISiMljr Pailjoea'
L M. Hurl-jr. Mayor.
U. W. Rl. Itr.tr.
Wtly Tuppr. Mrhl,
CONFECTIONERY 4 FRUIT.
)C. VnllB-ann. n npcnk h"Us
CHURCHES 4 PASTORS.
iptlt,J. Krt Jrnkln.
wliyicrtm, J. A,TowtiMol,
jnre.tliial, D. V, Poling.
jlh.xHt,T. W. Ptrtt.
irtttlan, Nn itwldral rwtnr.
Not tuthorUnl t onnnunni.
d. (amirj a., n r depot.
(I. VniH trade!. Iadrpndrir.
jA. Mulle'y, O'Oormill Urli, up ilra.
B, Jliiin, Cor. lUiltmul -Minmouih. tin
I " r "ors.""
p A lUbMIt, lod. J(l l Bnk, up Mr
lU Ketolnim, M'lniiimillt Ht mr It. R.
p. Duller, oper lumw, up tlr.
Juhbanl A HUwK, (Ullrond Htr.
?D. FJklnK. levordnr m Htl.
HophlOtfl,l rolden, Bllrod t.
(Iley, lFiadr A Co., Mnln Htr.
Itrnon llnw., opura houi.
i FISH.0YSTERS4 GAME.
FLOU R MILLS.
. Mill Co., Mao. Hklnoer A Co.
W Mill., 1). W. HvHni A Ca.n
(i. (Vxik, Wliltraikcr brick.
(finlorf A Hlrwihlwrg, Mla atrwot,
I. Vanduyn, Cor Main Hint C trtwU.
jeox, llaldwln A Co., South ld C lrt.
jncliomn A Hniidfrcock, Corner Muin A
iy A I'aild'wk, Wi'l, dido Muin Mrort,
i Irvine Whllciikur brick.
HARDWARE 4 AGL. IMPTS.
j.O'DonnellfCor, Muln A Moninoutb Hta,
I, Wnde A Co., Muln und Monmouth Hl.
T1 JTTIIoi37X " M'.Tflirlc, i'rop.
f BILLIARD HAUL. " "
Hnk Ittiwmut, Main atrwl,
, jjjicKSMITHS" """""
I, A. mtlar, C aUtl.
f '" ' BRICK.
It. Cvr, corner 0 litel.
mrmoittr, Wain lrrt,
II. M. I.laaa-tad. JUllonal bank hmlitlH.
lad. Pltam lundry, A. J. Afhlm,
A.M. Hurly, Wain in!,
tttn, A. Rmlth, Ind, Nali Hank, up utalri.
LIVE STOCK BREE0 R8 4 DEAL'S
T, . Hunlly, tndopvttdoniMt,
tha Huntlnfbm, l. H. I'MMlar, near rinnnt
Rll Jithnaon. Mala rl
. .,; -U M B E R.
lraMHI A Vaatwa, aa mill.
(1. t. Haklna,ar. Hallraad and Kitmla.
T, U llartinan.
MASONS, BRICK 4 STONE.
Mprllu Brua., Mala atnwl.
Umla Knapply, 0 atiwl.
W. O. Wuuiuan, 0 Urmci.
MUSIC 4 INSTRUMENTS.
Waar Hina. Imuvd mday, j.iM.
Not autboriMd to announra.
PAINTERS4 PAPER HANGERS.
M. It. rteoti, Main trmU
Willi Hill, Im ordvra at CtodniltMt Hroa,
ti. H. I'rama, C atmtt, north Ida.
PIANO 4 ORGANS.
luhary lima., Inrtipndi.uf.
nd.-Mon. Motor t'o. J. liurnalfa, oondudur.
Hntilharn farlfle-lnd. to Hon li nil -75 mllni.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
City Kwlaurant, (!. I. Cainpn!), Prop.
SE CR ETJ50 C I ETIES.
Ind, Ul No n, A. t. r. W.
Valley tdga No. U, 1. 0. 0.
1 4 on Ut No, ID, A. f. A A. M.
Ilmorr iidge No, it, K. at f.
HalMkah lra IiHIP. flovrr jf No. M.
Tba Own -J. H. Coopir, prop.
Tbe Caalle H, K. Owena, prop.
SASH 4 DOORS.
Mltrhall A Uohannon, Main atrwl.
M. T. Omar, Oflar ditpnt.
PublKC. A, HlU'linirk, filnuliml.
SCDA WATER MFRS.
U. M. 1.1 nc. Indvp'ndonra Nnt'l Bunk b'ld'g.
K J. YouiiK.Ind. Nat'l Hunk, iip.ljilra,
WATCHES, CLOCKS 4 JEWELRY.
O. A. Kramer, Main atraot.
GEO. E. BREY,
UK A I, Kit IN
Grain, Hops, Wool, Potatoes, Etc.
Indepi n encf,
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mtti'h to li r t'rt biiU lur liiitii'r'i
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l milil t"tlf,v In Jt atrongvat tartut
a. lt!ii iiwriu l
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W'LL RAISE COFFEE.
He lias lUtiht a l-'incu in
Til K IIKKT SI'IUK IMUHTKV.
Tka Kamllanv ul Ut llarry ttrowa In Oua
Ivntaln.-. Itl Muiiajf la ba Mad
tUi.Uf limit for air.
V, tlovftiior KmtiMitUli' l'aoliKO,
who jHwi!Mltj.LJLiaii'iit J. Mlxnpr
an MiniKift to tluaiciiiiilii, in fit (lie
city, uncr qnllo 11 long hIwihu in
tint K.Mu 1I will lfitve ttttky for
(iiiitiiiniiilit to ciii;iit,'ii In tt nt'W fii
lei iiihi, ti 'uliU'li hirjfw fotlutuK
hhve tM'fii ihiuIp In rwnk ytmrav
In I'itft, In (!'( prowlng.
At 111" 1'ulitttt limt itijrht lit) wiw
dlmkliiff Imii'la with liin fii'iila
iniur to 1)Ih tlfiisrturtt. Mm.
i'm lu eo, w lin Ih Hiu ittitluir of "In
fiig'1 11 ml ollifr Jiliiytt, will Hot $a
down with him now, but will joiu
liiiu ltiUr. Tliu ex Oovcnior Btut
i d tlmt Ik luiil IniHiiiie lnlt-r-MtH
wlih cfVfrnl otlifr gt!ntltrtitHi In 8
liirK vvftVv jilitiiiiilluii, or flitfnt.
'So mtu b moiK'y hiwWon itttult
l.iirly in ntUinK fnil'ie in (iuitlu
iitnUt," lie wtlil lo lite Clirouiole
irt'iinwntiitlvi', "tlmt 'inp time
up) I eonchultxl 10 go Into it my
fi'lf. Then Ih limit) olU now lu
ruising il IIihii lu nnllilii(( elfie.
slmll go tin w 11 tln ie ttml nl U'tuI to
It jhTHoiinlly, lntliitll rrlurn ImM4
t'Vtry 11 vo or lx iiioiiIIih. Uuge
loiiuiH-M liitvv Ihi ii nuido tli"r lu
rmnt jfiti, Hud by men without
Htiy a) iff I 111 litlsim-ait tUMlifll'UtioilK
"The rwuttH bve Ihhmi hIou inh
lug. That it tin) iiulurat lioint) of
collie. Tltey ruiae there the fliteHt
tn-rry lu llio world. It in of tt very
KUfH rior quality null eomiiutudtt the
hijhtril lltittreH. TliecH'jitioiilly
fluo ttifliw of which you have
heard, which grows to twino extent
In the lluw.itliin IwlitniK U pro
duced there in hngetiiiiiltiei. In
(iimhiii iiln there ia tit in itilvitiilnjcc
tlmt tlio lcriy dm not djilit ohu.
You know elsewhere it cracks und
apliltt into hitlvcM, but there it dm
uot. It nMititliw perfect Iwrry,
hiuI it comcH lu thin way, and (he
mipcrior urt tif the Iwrry lit rc
tuiiied. Thii Ih why the country
ImiM Hiding niiiiKtiiil altcntion m a
ilitCM lu w ltich to etijjiti! iu the in
'lUf-iiiit. I his Gutttiiimtlii in in all
jtNieclM mi itd.uiiublit phtco in
which to live. The cliitiiite in nil
Unit could be drjin'd. After Jon
g t three Ihotisiiiiil litt ou the (utile
I11111U it i tin near perfect bm any.
where 1 ever lived. The country b
ruled ell and Im prorcwlve, und
tliU. li'inls an mldcd attraction.
I'lcxident It.it t im has lu en iniirli in
the United BtittcH, hint an A uteri
cm wife, und Ih fully mill entirely
ituliiicd with all the Menu of pro
UItm w liieh are to be wen iu the
iiniHi proj;rcnive parlaof tlila coun
try. Moreover, he Is ruling with
llmmeRH and wisdoni. The htwa
are oht yed ami there h no disorder
or ilisHittiMfacliou anywhere.
"I'liere are h number of Ameri
cans who have recently gone tc
(luitlaniiila to engine in humucr
und ciiliivut.iig coffee, and all, to
fur us I inn iiifornutl, are doing
well. The work on Hie railroad is
being pushed, and w ill ere long bo
completed. The country, you know
is only about three hundred miles
ucrosH, that Is, lioiu ocean to ocean.
The (list division of the road east
of (lUiiliimitlit city is now finished,
mill rapid pi ogress is being made
wiih (ho second. The port on the
At In 1 1 1 it- tdde reached by (he mad
Is Livingstone. Of course, you
know that the ro id from tlio I'.iel
fie side to (liiulauiala City hits Mug
since been built ami the cars me
running regularly. When it Ih all
finished the country will have very
superior facilities, and will advance
with renewed progress."
The ex Qovemor is very cnlhusi
antic over the inducements offered
iu the land lu which Burrlos rules.
He will be actively engaged with
I he work projected for his linen as
soon ns he arrives, ami will be
some liino before he ngiiin visits
Nolo books foi'tmlu ul the VVSfl'BliiK
TIIK IIKKT Nt iaB JNIH'HTUY.
Twalva I'aaaona War tlw liiila.trjr Waulil
Iu nu extended ooiiimiiiilcatloii
to a New, York paper on th uat
ii nil value of the beet sugar Indus
try. (Jerrlt Hmiih (lleiitt reaches
Urn following couchtMlmis:
1. That we have the market for
stigaf at home at the present tlmt
which will consume the product of
at least 1,2(10,01)0 of hind, that the
tier capita consumption of sugar
here is rapidly increasing, which,
wllli our great increase of populu
tlon, ereuteN und Insures a constant
ly ittcait:iu;iiig..dejnanij, . jOur Jmi-
irt iu 1M1U vxmtled our iiniHirla
In 1KSU by mora thaii 500,000 tons.
2. That the production of lat't
sugar is increttsing more rapidly
than tlmt of eulti augur.
.'I. That Urn prod ud ion of sugar
hHts lnre at a jirtillt. has laeu-
eleiirly tleinoimt rated and therefore
has wiiHcil to Ih nn expeiliueiif,
4. The culture of the sugar hoot,
when niiilerstiMHl, Is simple, and
(hail not mjulie Kkilhsl labor.
fl. The bet-tat can lie sent direct
from the harvest field to tlio manii
factory without further prepara
tion or Kioraue.
II. That the culture of the sugar
beet does not retjuire any consider'
able Invest nient of capiUd by the
grower. ' .. '. , : .
7. That the Implements retpiircd
for tht production of Ktigttr heels
are simple and Inexpensive a coin-
pared to those rctpaircti for the pro
duction of wheat.
8. That soil nttou which beets
have been Hucctfully giowu if
left In prime condition for other
11. That we have a very large
rea of comparatively low priced
bonis upon which sugar beet can
be growu successfully. , .
10. That the profit of the grower
is greater than the average of other
11. That hair mouths after the
crop is planted it can tat harvested
and at once eonvei ted Into money.
12. That w ith patient and per
sistent application any persou with
ordinary intellig itce can succtw-
fully produce sugar licet upon
suitable lands w ithin the belt do
serilicd. , WHEN A WOMAN 13 IN DEBT.
If Sh a Owm rtra Canla, It Wnrrlaa liar aa
Much aa a Ijaravr Sunt.
The fiuancial transactions of many
women are conducted after plan
which tho mind of the average muu
finds difllcult of ctnnurohunsion.
Debt rceis upon tlicir minds with a
weight that Is apt to tie In Inverse ratio
to the amount involved Five cents
weighs ss heavily nixm their eon-
deuces as 15, but when the obliga
tion mounts into the hundreds or got
entirely past their power of liquida
tion tho burden becomes light as
summer air, and they cast it aside
jauntily. It is in small matters, how
ever, that their peculiarities are most
noticeable. Men wake tuorry over
their ways at tho soda fountains and
the fashion of half a dozen of thorn
walking to the counter upon the
suggestion of one and hiking a
"Dutch trcar oach paying for her
own glass. Their fashion of disput
ing over the question as to which
hall pay the faro when "two or
throo are gathered together" on the
cars has also served to poiut many
But there is a phase of the matter
that has escaped the critics! muscu
Uno attention. These same women
who may accept tickets and oandy
and car fare and lunches at the hands
of men with no oppressive sense of
obligation whatever have a very dif
ferent feeling when another woman
pays tlio bilL For some mysterious
reason they CRunot bear to bo in
debted to other women. "What do
you think of this?" said a well known
Indianapolis lady a day or twtt ago.
"I was on an Illinois street car, and
next to me was Mrs. with hei
amis and a shopping hag full of jmck
ages. The conductor was coming,
and she was about to lay down her
bundles and explore the depths of
her bag for a nickel, so to save trou
ble I piud her fare. She thanked mo,
and I thought nothing more of it till
this evening, when her servant came
to my door and handed me 8 cents
which Mrs. said she owed me.
For a moment I felt dreadfully in
sulted and was on the point of send
ing back a sharp message, but I re
flected that she probably meant no
offense. But if she had paid my fare
I never would have dreamed of re
turning it, and what would she have
thought of met Just think of a man
ending a message to his neighbor to
pay a 6-cent street ear debt I Cer
tainly we women are rum 'croe
turs. "Indianapolis Journal.
Krause's Headache Capsules War
ranted. For sale by Shelley, Alex
ander A Ce.
Highest of all In Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
II f 1
From tit Bepublteaii Club of Oregon
lo Ike Voter.
The Miubllcuti ulubauf Die state ol
Oregim, ihrottKh their delegate In con
vention luweiiiblt-d, in view of the vital
IntereaU at atiikt) at the (eucml election
to be held In the flint week In June
next, aulimlt the following, sad bey
Hint lu dt'teriulnluK your polllhml
eotirae on that ueciinloii you give the
nuttier herein aubuittted your earneal
The depressed eoudlilou of the coun
try hat no trall-l iu tha hlatory Of
the pn-w-ut (ji'iieralluii. Mine are abut
dowtt, faeturiw are clow-d, buaiueas l
auspendtHl and htlsir la without remun
erative employment, : This, cnniltis
Iniiiieilliitety upmi the passage of all
(lis bmtieheaof the fcili-rul govvrtinieiil
Into the hands ol the dumocrulto party,
we euiiimt but uttrlbute to that the
In the platform ujwn which It wan
ereettsl It rotiiied radiiint changes iu
the In a, ami pruttouneud the policy of
protection under which (be country
bad priMHirsl as uncoiiatltutlouMl, and
iu (he Interest of the few as Kiiint
ihiMW of (lie nmiiy, and tlin-utenej (lie
repeal of the tax on state bank circula
tion, ihtta flooding the country with
I he Irredeemable w lltlcat money of
After the electlou the country took
(be deniis-raey at lis word end twgan
to flume It busiiit-MS to meet the prom-
mil changed coiidlUona. A great
(hmni hil nl(t ensiled. It expf tffl
fn-e I rutle and state bunk money, and
will buy only at free trade prim, when
it buys at all. It expt-ot) He wool from
Australia, It rotd, from Nova Moulin,
Iron (rout Cuba, Ha fruits from Italy
and Germany, and Unit the European
iiianiifiiclurer will emne Into our mar
kets aud ofter his cheap niercliandlae
in coitiptitiou with that produced by
Attierkiiu labor. And capital, fright
ened by tlio altuuUou, lies In hiding in
batik vault. , I
These eoitdlt ions existed under the
administration of Mr. Iluclmtian, when
the government was lt the hand of
he detins-raeyj they were predicted by
lie repiitilican party in the Inst eon-
imlgn aa sure to wvur on tho return of
Dial party lute power, aud the pre
diction have been fulfilled by evvu
the shadow of the Wilson bill a mon
grel UirltF measure that bus passed the
house aud la now la-fore the senate,
potwi-ssltig nil the defects of free trade,
tailft for revenue end a protective
tariff, without the virtues of either.
I'lieiit Is uo prosperity for this countiy
under such a pulley, should it tie adopt
ed, or while the thrvtitot its adoption
hangs over us.
It OoUiiel the farmer, the miner,
the slicnherd, tie lumber mini, ami
the fruit- raiser to sell in s free-tradi
market and buy In a protected market.
It is clmw regulation with a veiigcunoe,
tlmt tola the nmiiy to euricb the few.
ts ellcct UH)it the revenue aud ttK)ti
htwIncHS Is already apparent. For six
mouths the dellelettey is f.'iO.OcKI.OOO;
the luliiilntr.itl.iii must borrow money
to psy running expeunes; and busitiesti
is nt a stnudMiill.
When In Miireh, 18i)S, not yet a year
ttgo, the reiulilk'ns atcped down aud
out, there whs a surplus in the treasury;
the music of tho spindle filled the air,
to the glad iiccompnulmetit of the ham
mering of the iron-worker and the
whistle, of the plow num. The lltlli
tin illmier pail, ubout which there wm
so much concern bcciiuse of the tin I II
on tin, whs the morning computiionol
the hiborlng muu tis he went forth to
bis work. There was business tictlvlty
everywhere; u iimrUet for wheat, for
wool, for lumber, for coal, for fruit, and
no necessity for soup kitchens. The
laborer could hold up his bend, a matt
iiiiiosg men, stul elirti a livelihood for
himself und those dependent upon
him, and this liccmiso the policy ol
protection bud rescued and ouuserved
the American mtirkot, the best In the
world, for American workmen.
This policy of proUo;lon, undo' re.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of H -tnes 40 Year the Standard
publican rule, changed and modified as
xperienee suggested, culminated in
the McKlnley bill and produced an era
of pnetperlty without er In the bis
toiy of natliMi.,
The question before you is, Shall we
plunge deeper into the abyss of prom
ised free trade or return to the rock of
protection, that protects every indus
try, that bears on all alike and pre
serves the dignity of American labor?
Hut the country, misled for the time,
bv the false theories of the democrat lo
party, have voted lor a change, and
the nation today, without distluctlon
of party, stand aghast at the result 1
The results of republican legislation
for the last thirty years have demon
strated the fact that it I an ludustrtal
party, whose policies are best calcu
lated to serve the Interests of the iu
duHtrhtl classes. Its first concern is to
And employment for labor at rem u Der
ail ve wages, and to protect a laborer in
his rights. That is what the working
lug inau asks uot charity.
We cannot, In closing, forbear to di
rect your attention to the Hawaiian
islands, and our conduct as a nation
toward them. The best men of Hawaii,
reprx-HMUiiug all classes, aud through
the veins of whose ancestors
counted the blood of those patriot men
who promulgated the sacred principle
that It was an Inborn right to over
thrown a tyrannous and corrupt gov
ernment, had dethroned a licentious
queen and established a provisional
government, looking to annexation to
the United Stales. The Stars aad
Stripes were unfurled to the breeze,
while our American republic was asked
to extend to them a helping baud, and
to give them part iu our great nation,
or recognize them in their
righteous efforts to become a free and
Independent people, A republican
president accepted the trust, aud a re
publican congress would have gladly
extouded to the struggliug people the
strong protective arm of American civ
lllfcatlon. But a change in our nation
al administration has wrought wonder
ful results. A man who has bad more
experience In hauling down than mu
lling up the old flag, was given extra
ordinary, unwarranted aud unheard-of
power, and forthwith dispatched to the
islands aud under whose direction,
sanctioned by the president, the stars
sud stripes were hauled down, a repub
lican and free government attempted
to be overthrown sud a base and cor
rupt tuouarcliy, ever hateful to a free
born man, attempted to be re-established
lu Its stead.
We believe we voice the sentiments
of every patriot when we ahege that
this cowardly and un-American con
duct upon the nart of a democratic ad
ministration ought to meet the con
demualtou of an outraged people.
llueklen's A mica Salve
The best ralve )n the world for cuts,
bruiM?s, sores, ulcers, salt rlieum, fever
gores, teller, chaped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles or uo pay required.
It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion or money refunded. Price 25
cents per box. For sale bv all druggists.
"Aunt" Baldy, Indiana's oldest
woman, died recently In that, state.
She was 104 years pld, and had her
miud to the last.
Mr. C, F. Davis, ediior of the Bloom
Held, Iowa, Farmer, sayst "I can re
commend Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to all sufferers with colds aud
croup. I have used It In my family for
the past two years and have found it
the best 1 ever used for the purposes for
which It is recommended. Fifty cent
bottles for sale by all druggists,
The horse's tongue is more liable to
accldeuts mid Injuries than that of any
other farm stock, owing to the contin
ual use w hich the owner makes of the
mouth. Fortunately it heals very
Straw used judiciously in lonucctlon
with roots aud grain will reduce the
cost of feeding.
HONORS WORLD'S FAIR.