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THE WEST SIDE.
. 0. ParaLAKD, Manager. '
. H. FaJiTkAKD, Outlier,
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FRIDAY, JUNK 1, 18M,
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AUimrMfMll-lw addressed to ths
TO TITS IV TEES OF J"0XA.-
Thii Is the iMt Issue or the Wkst
Skdb thst will be tent from the office
re the ballots of Polk county Voters
, shall have decided which political
party Is Is to have the supremacy and
this onutrtl the administration of the
scanty, and possibly the vote cast ou
on the 4th of June may I'dcclde the
election of a United Stales seuator,
and It veil behooves all votrrs to
nlmly reflect ' upon tlie tlluatton
and so vote as to assure us that tlje
senator so elested will reflect toe views
of the people, and so act In legislative
auuea as to promote the Interests of the
state he represents.
The' candidates on the republican
ticket are all men of known integrity
men of intelligence and ability, and
who will conscientiously perform the
duties pertaining to the respective
offices to which hey aspire. They are
also advocates of a governmental pol
icy that lasures the greatest good to the
greatest number ; for by laying all par
tlsan prejudice aside one must come to
tlie conclmion that the protection
principle as applied to and for our In
dastrlal interests is the principle and
policy that advances the prosierity of
all classes of people and keeps in active
operation our inlks and factories,
which under the threat of a free trade
policy has caused our factories to lan-
gulsh and caused our farming and all
business interests to suffer a depression
never before experienced. From 18(10
to 1882, a period of thirty two years,
the republican party had controlled
the nation's destiny, had formulated
Its policy and framed it laws and un
der tkt beneficent policy of protection
to American Industries and American
labor the country has enjoyed a period
of unprecedented prosperity and un
paralleled growth. The democratic
policy of free trade, if pursued, must
snake the difference between the rich
and the poor more marked, and at the
same time decrease the wages of the
kiborerv , 1
way in the past. Loyalty to the ooun
try should be the first consideration.
Free trade under any guise the demo
cratic) party may call it will never
arrive lu tills country. The fallacies
and sophistries of tin etponents of the
'tariff for revenue only' have had
their "tunings" and the laboring men,
mechanics, farmers and business oieu
generally-like the burnt child that
dreads the fire wfll never be caught a
second tlpie. The people have become
educated In the science of political
eoouomy, and the wealth of nations,
and hereafter will be found sustaining
the party of protection to Americans
and American Industries, Helf-preser-
vation is the first law of nature and It
behooves all voters to cast their votes
Third parties are ephemeral, and for
the occasion, efierveeent like tlie foam
which I blown by quick fomentation,
as of gluger pop and suds, they do not
endure. Made up of the disaffected
and discarded of either of the popular
partes, leavened with a trace of the
active Ingredients of both, and open as
common refuge for the many rejected
spoil seekers who are ever quick to grab
at anything, as drowning meu catch at
straws. Third parties enlist recruits,
as Bir John FaJstaiT got his company,
without concern as to their worth oi
mettle. Third parties In the United
States have appeared as autl-Masoulc,
Native American, Know-nothing, and
Greenback, and all have In time disap
peared. Now there Is a populist organ'
hsatioM. It has a ceutral platform at
Omaha, with station switches In dlff
rent stales aud accommodation plat
forms constructed for incidental hap
penings. In a few states It has
achieved victories It puts ou the re-
lactcd cast-oft" raiment of the defunct
organisations aud existing parties
anything to win, everything to barter
to swap, or sacrifice for places for Us
leaders. Oregon wants no such fantas
tic governmental attire.
Gownor Pennoyer is getting all the
roasting any man need want, and he
deserves It. Tlie increasing figures of
his Increasing fortune are shown up;
his insults to presidents ; accepting a
great deal more for gubernatorial ser
vices than any other governor of Ore
gon 5 running down railroad corpora
tions and the pass system, but riding
on free passes ; entrusting the iropor
tant duties of life office with his private
secretary, while he canvasses the state
in hope of a burlier office; praising
California and damning Oregon ; fight
ing trusts on the stump and being a
member of a big lumber combine;
shows him to be a man of the people,
stiat is of the people who by hard labor
contribute to Increase his princely
wealth and help to make hlrn one of
the monarchs of princely wealth.
It is, of. course, highly Improbable
that any" Intelligent democrat elected
to the legislature would be so false to
the Interests of the state, or so Indiffer
ent to the sentiment of the best ele
ment la his party, as to lend his coun
tenance or give his vote to the election
of a populist to the United States sen
ate. The people should bear in mind,
however, that democrats have done
just such things before and the risks
now involved are too great to Justify
any risks of that kind. The only safe
course la, to paraphrase a famous order
of the Immortal Washington at a cer
tain crisis in Continental affairs: "Put
none but republicans on guarM." !
The Wmht Sidb is now forging right
ahead, and we hope to make it the
. most welcome visitor to every fireside
' in Irhe county. Our subscription list Is
increasing, and we tender our regards
to old and new subscribers. The en-
ouragentent given us during the past
few months nerves us to put forth still
further efforts to make the Yfmv Side
the leading paper of Polk county, Our
office door is ever open, and we invite
all to give us a call, and they will be
gladly welcomed. We extend a friend
ly US to our patrons.
.' , L-.JL.X1L ! 'V ',;.
Under a mistaken Idea many good
men voted for a change and "Cleve
land badges," and the fact is they have
more than found it, and them, In
'96 there will be a renewal of the patri
otism of '61, and the country will have
an opportunity for another and more
beneficial change, and it will be Mo
Klnley and Reed at the head of the
"strp of state" with the "breakers''
Republican politics are freer from the
control of the machine during this
campaign than they have been for
many yean. The nominating conven
tion acted Independently of bosses, and
consequently candidates were named
who are entitled to the full support of
the party. The ticket should receive
the endorsement of every republican,
and the vote cast will be a decision on
questions that involve the weal or woe
of the nation and the well being of
millions of people. Let no republican
scratch his ticket, but vote whole and
nothing but the whole ticket, and by
so doing you will prove that republi
can principles aud policies are in the
deemeble money should over be Issued, tlie production of other countries com-
our country would have to stand sol!- Imr Into onmra.tlii.m uiti. .",
tary and alone, aud have no commer- Lei .'us stand by our own Industrie
wwroonrso witn any other nation aud our own wags earners by voting
on earth, for no other nation would for republican, the true frl,...,' ,,f n,
novo it, ann uo oilier country would laborer and the Mem! of American
a a . .. I
waut w navo nirotiroial riilatious with Interests,
a eouutry having naught but an irre
deemable paper money for the transao- "LET NOQVILTY MAN ESCAPE"
as a ... . I
won or ouaiuees one with another. Flat
money and Coxey armies seem to be This was the oommanjof President
the mmmum bontm of our popujist Onut when the discovery was made
friends' Ambition. that ofllclals appointed by him had be-
. il . trayedthe trust reposed In him. Mo
iis one or tne mysteries of modem let us sav, let no republican emmpe who
times, how the populists cau place any violates the principles of his party by
confidence In Pennoyer. Twlceeleoted voting against the nominees of the
governor oil the populist ticket by the party, and bvsodolinr .,!,.,,. in .,
Ul of republicans. When has a man men antagonistic to republican prlncl-
proven so nuse. elected on a demo- pit. KoublUn nrlucli.li. and tw,n.
crallo platform aud actually pledged to doe are the most conducive to the nnli.
stand by aud espouse too principles of llo welfare, and to the perpetuity of
the party, ho Is eiiiraired In nerambu.
- fftv Vl "
muug tuo siais auu aeuouuoing bis
party and the dootrinw his party cher- The Halcm Slutrmtan of Mnv 27ih:
Ish and advooato, Not only Is he do- says there are three classes of men who
nouncing his party, , the party which deserve a rich reward this vcar. and
elevated him to high official position, that they will vet It. These men uri:
abandoning his oftico and his duthst, I (1) the democrat who votes the repiil.ll-
uuineisauvocaunganlemuIngth lean tluket; ) the rpulllean who
cause or a nartv whose nolcv andlvoUm Mm nuiiilili.uiii n,.b.. mii..i..
- V a wavni'V pvi ' I
principles an la direct antagonism to (8) the demwrut who vote the denw.
UiO host InlerosU of the people, aud In cratlo ticket strahrht. No rewani
antagonism to the principle upon I awaits the populist, but only regret
wmcn tlie superstructure of our gov- that he listened to the svren somr or
erumeutisrearea. Knowing that len- Pennoyer, and then abandoned hi
uoyer has, been false to his party aud party organisation to follow ttu ignm
bis friends, the man who easts hi tutu to lead him oii to defeat. "Turn.
vote so that It may have a tendency to turn, beguiled one, ere It is too late.
sena mm to the United States senate,
will surely not be exercising his belter , VOW YOVU TIVKKT.
Judgement. Drop Peu uoyer and lei
the people have a rest. ' Ibis Is no year for scratching, espe-
i, ,,i j - - I dally ,for protectionist. Vote there.
THE GREATEST KEXTIVKIAN publican ticket straight, and lay one
steiiplug stoue for natloiul sumvm in
I'erbaps by aud by the Kentucky 1SIK). In this election let everv man
people will begin to think of and be of whatever kIIUI belief uprt his
proua or a native or that state who was tmrty ticket. The idea of imii.n.ii.
not hnitetuous, nor flrey, nor Mission- suiuMirtlnu the noinlne of the iho.u
ate, nor quick to resent Imputuultlu list party, Is a sacrifice of ' nrlnclule
and reflecUonsj a man who suttured which, if made, will causa them regret
more insults than any other of his In the future, and ran give them no
time and bore them with good fortl- advantnires, for defeat will surelvfol.
tude j whose unfaliluggood nature aud Iowa courw ol action wherein prlncl.
uuwearylug patience saved a nation pit's are sacrificed.
a race, and whose
STiTE pm ticket "HARD TIMES" PRICES
Villi i tiivrtior.
W. p. Lord, of Million county. .
Kr M'rllHr of Miwlit,
If, n. Klimald, of Lane county.
Phil. Metschan, of Oraut county.
For aitprsm Judgs,
U. E. Wulvcrtou, of Llnu county.
U, w. Idlenmn, of Multnomah county.
rr HMnrlltt tnlMt of IMibllo ImttrnotUm,
G. M. Irwin, of Unlou county. ,
W. II. Leeds, of Jackson county.
KlltxT CONUKKriMloNAh DWTIUUT.
Knr tfiri:Uillva lit OonsreM
TIIIIID JUOtCIAL WHTIlltT.
for i;inMiii Juiis",
It. 11. Hewitt, of Llnu county.
Kir ltmrltt Aliorney,
Ja. McCain, of Yamhill county.
Mel i ilier lliiurd of KjiuhIIkiiIIcii.
K 1). (Illin, of Polk x)tiuty.
Coiutt; ltiMibllcau Ticket
Ira H. Hnillli, of Monumutli,
1. L. Key t, of Perrydale
II. li. I'lumnier, of Dallas.
II. F. Mulkcy, of Dal la.
II. H. CosjK'r, of Dal las.
Kur Kflluml HopcrltilinitliHit,
T. O. lliitcliliifnn, of Dulla.
Jiitues llclmick, of (Sliver.
C, W. Iks'kelt, of Ko.
Kor Hurveyor, .
Kdgar Collins, of jiullu.-
Dr. 1'- L, KcU liuni, of IiKlcjmiiilciice.
J. F. O'DONNELL'S
0 JULttt'A !
Tho'lLoracst Stock of
a a ' a wmm a j
pfdaare,-- Moves, - nnuiafc
AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
IN POLK COUNTY.
Kor Juki In' of tli IVuc.
J. 1). I KV I NIL
J. H. Mnruil, of Moltltioulll.
hiame will live In history when , all
the chivalry and Pinchbeck chiv
alry who spend their time standing
over their honor and going off at half-
cook when ever It is blown upon, have
passed Into oblivion. Ills nsme was
.. w mmfm
High wages and constant rniploy-
uient insure good markets. People
who are earning and producing a good
deal can also cousume a sood deal.
Kltft the entire remiblleaii tlclicl
this year ami see how pnwperou tlnii
will again come to u as lu days when
republican principles hud full ant'ii-
.. ... .
oeiicy , in ine govern ineiit. If you
want our factories' set lu motion, your
prtxluce to bring fair prices; vote the
If the deiuiMTatlcroiigrcss, lu lis de
sire to ccononilw!, grows nlygnrdly and I
tHTiilcioiw in deallitir wllh the Amerl.
- n" v I - I
Good markets are the life of all tradel iU, to hent ilt those of other na-
Good home markets are the best In the1 ' 1 wllMHl ,me' H,,(1 tht'
world to irecure the happiness of a pco- 1u,u'r1 the better, We waut pn.per-
ple In any country. That country at """"-S niatu-r what mny be
. - . I tit A ,V..O
wlilch has the best home markets will '
alwnitM I li n n. .. . 1. .. . .. . . .. 1 1. .. I
, . - . . . fliore otiinprom hcs have been entered
best wages for work, and such country
., ,L ... " "ho "i me wiisoii ulil .than were
win awuuiuiaie wcann tne . , . ,, ,, ,
-r... tt..... .... J 'Md In all the Urlff measures com-
..a. ,m..mij. ; ,m uvimomm una i . , , , , , -
m ,i A, . . " wiiiuii nio iriHiuiicuim v in ten,
possessed all these advantages under a .,,,. . . ,
, nuHiiwirwii Ol lb IS me OUIK or the
protecUvo tariff for the past thirty . ,
v,a. T., thr-t r fJi-A. J. dt!,0,t think the compromises have
... , , de the bill worse instead of better.
ununcu uiowici iu vui iiiuunirien.
1 MEN'S SHOES, I
meAf HAS AHHIVED,
J. M. VANDUYN
la Cempsllod to Continue Business. You will get
23 23 Q-X
In All of His Old Stock.
Wo ore Receiving FRESH GOODS Dally, and
' ore Ready to Show Vou tho
Ou Stock will eomolotoly roplonlshed. It will pay
you to Call ot Oneo and examine this Splendid Stood.
If yoo cannot eomo yourself, send yonr orders'
J. M. VANDUYN,
Ttirae iIiimx you will rind at llin
RACKET STORE, gmifil
nlwi a II lie line uf
LADIES' OXFORD TIES.
The nm I'rlwi cannot Ue found In any oilier
tore in the city .
Comind S Thm.-a.
Alexander-Cooper Dupg Co.,
The Finest and Most CompleteiLine of
How can the honest democrats
longer remain in the party after It has
become so thoroughly imbured with
populism? The democrats in this and
adjoining counties hope by the aid of
the populists to succeed In gaining the
legislature, but their hopes are all vain.
Populists are not going to tag onto the
J)ob tall of the democratic party without
a part of the spoils, and democrats do
not seem disposed to share with them.
When the democratic party goes before
the people to' give ah account of Its
stewardship it should put In the plea
'Tis the flataof the Eternal, found
within the lids of the IIolv Bihln. rimt
man shall earn his bread by the sweat
of his brow, but our populist friends
wish the government to issue flat
money to be loaned to them at 2 per
cent with which to buy bread whilst
they lie in the shade and dream of
wealth flowing Into their coffers. And
yet how are ; the poo to ' bor
row this flat money, where Is their
security, and how are they going to
borrow the money without landed
security? The poor man, those popu
lists make so much clamor about, will
never be able to touch a dollar of It. If
such flat money were Issued, the rich,
the man wlw could give good security
would soon gain possession of It, and
then, the poor man not being able to
get hold of it, would more than ever be
Tills Iri lllC Venr to nlwt llin mill. r.
mi., i ...
iue uemocrawo press tor tuirty years nubllcan ticket. 1'h,. ,
..... .... . . -
r.o ou. - uive us power, give us t are all of tl.e.n Kv tv.,r..,.,.i.
power, power to saveP And when at Every republican should stand by his
. u.e peopie gave il m full with color and vote the tl.t straight from
neapeu ana rotiuitxi .measure, they re- the top to bottom.
fuse to use It as they promised to use
Itand Htund In IhizIhIhiIvb linlluny i,ir.. I (j. F. Klirln mi(uunMin t.t 1) fn.l n.
less as an engine whose fire hits been ,m'rcl,H,lt ' respectfully solicits
i. .i inu inn mnuiMi itriitiia.iii.ii ij i
drawn ! a mm-h hvnt,.l ii.r ' i.
i "m v' HCT VI IV I
sunken ship Victoria at the bottom of
the Mediterranean sea. Democrats In
congress In quarrelling . about
shadow lose the sulislance, and thus
has It been with them for the past
thirty years. .
O. A. KRAMER,
In the City.
Free wool will destroy the American
wool Industry. Then with our 4,000,-
000 1 sheep destoyed and the world's
supply of wool thus reduced, and with
foreign wool growers In control of our
wool supply, they will have a monop
oly and fix prices themselves higher
than under adepuate American protec
tion. The man who votes for a party
advocating free trade in wool, votes
against his own Interests and the inter
ests of the sheep industry on the Paci
fic coaHt. ,
A-s occasioned by aft impure and im.
inj.nrnuru ciinaniun 01 uic mood. Mlf lit
iiriiurllia.lf not corectr4,devlop into
aw.iuui. iiiamuicst men Mr
an othrtrniillflxmedioii!i(i. Tocure
new a rnqiiirea a unit) and reliable rein-
"l " ironmiiy narmiui nu'r.(iiint,
oh purely venetHDli), Bucli l
fro n the blood and thnrauirb.
Iv cleaniu.il tlm .u.tm TKjs...Bn t
cases of the worst forms of blood dls-
, iui nave neen , .
Cured bv 8. 8. 8
Send tot our Truutt mailed To. to my sdditu
BWIFT 81'KCIFIO CO., AtlanU, Qa.
(.lain Street, - Independence, Oregon.
Stylish Turnouts Alwavs in Readiness.
z: r'; m the 1, of j. s.
J$Z?iZt? a mg to make uu..y
, . ---- v iuiikiii aim nr nr,
rravcling men aspcciiUty. u uw .U5v w mmuh
fifyfltftiv rail. Clly. H.a .
tl iIpiii for Independence, iuwo at 1 n in i lii'Ji. ui '"l,,"l,,",,,Iu'. at 9 a.m. Knmi
-....(.-iiut'iira ii.r pallHITilv ut. 1 t. in
si'atcb ami Clocks.
PETER COOK Proo.
Thfi 1iiiiiIui. fl..i
Free trade may be seductive as a the- of i'u-tiniii ami ii,m
orv- hilt avral (iu.nui.nH mnrLlnrmmn Mo,,t Contmlly
. V """"" Lqcatnfl.
have found that theories don't keep
away hunger or put shoes on the child
ren. Democracy and populism are now
twin brothers for official preferment
and must be relegated to obscurity.
Free 'litis to and
troin all Triilns
M. D. ROCHE, Mgr.
The populists would tax the rich;
the democrats the articles necessary for
consumption,' as these Would furnish
the greatest amount of revenue. The
republicans would tax all imports CORNER FOURTH UNO LDER ST., PORTLAND
which can or could, be .raised or pro
duced by tlie Industry of the Amerlcun
people, aud thus, bv so dolntr nrotact,
the slave of the rich. But if this Irre- j our own Industries from the inroads of
f J. It. MARKLEY,
It. It. HAYS.
I M. V, itOCHE.
Fine Jersey Stock !
TIioho pcrBonH doHlrliia to timed b,r h,.i
pnrpuaea are notlrlcd Hint t ..
H. R. No. 35,002.
Inn full. liloodnrt roitl8lrnd
ed Nurvi mny be lmd lor Hie si.nson or '1)1 flir
Addr or onll on J, B. PARK Kit, Mm own
"ia! wt mrm 8 m' wwt of "'"Pondenoe.
PT.4niT Uf'tftr la trm uhmmh
thlHyrar, and niiikt. up tor Unit lima i
ju i iiiuiiy viiiiiniiie lilnta
. .tvuiiuuiiH iiiiurniai
i uuh io iw iiiui rrora nu othw
. Buunw, KreB to all. .
..w. rerry tCov
. men. .
JOIHT POLITICU DEBATE.
It A WKETINU OF TIIK DEMO-
n urniju VOl I tV 1'i.ntml f i...v. i . . ..
i voiiuiiiuute ii
wwnwu-eu to inaReacAiivfls of Polk
county, aud a cordial Invitation Is ex
jenueci to all parties to meet with them
. .... u.m-uss ine political Ishucs of the
day. Mveilug. will bo held as follows:
vuugiu, xuunmay, May n 1894
Suit Lake,' Hit! u'rday,
8. Valley, Tuesday,
Bueua Vista, Monday,
rails uty, Thursday,
J. rr. t......
Chairman Democratic Central Com .
It Is hereby ordered liv th Mnt.i
7 " " Uemocrats as
above stated, at the above times and
Wiu 1... .
m. i uAfaua
Chairman Republican Central Com,
t';;1'". Harm .the live rent mats
Z.,nh,,rl',n.UlUra"- K,'"J "ls list 1
N,.'.l;,.in'r,Bl1 flvor.bollimi land, lOacn
mLi nr f. '1' .,,r"P "" DMfm .f n
H m,V.ii ,a,,d niinedlalolys 2nilla fnmi
fine h.vf "n ''. fdi prlneJiBptfr m wi
nne nop, gardon or fruit land.
No. 3, 27 nnroa. nil i, .i. ... i i
w.,11 rn . . ..... ..,.iiii.ii, nil
Tola liZ" wmnn lv'" f.l to lwii.
'alala . ,1!,tn Ohlikou railfli III I he
a ? mfi' A" sawmllNln two and a
NlB&.u!S7a.1?J5L "altlvatlon; aw yard, to
PHii i,l.. "' miiiPHma Dotlom laiin.
one yan ft,,rei e-lmlf ouali, bnlanoe in
Nmi;aKfi,' 'n oaltlvatlon with sum.
Two ami i iT r I "yef f"1 one-third cmo. .
lo so hi iil 2, ",llf ,0 MherlUan, nue ml
s U f r ft-.? lL um"h' lMWi a' I"'. N.
" l,,r " ult or !; prlo to per aori
"l! ''I ereak' bottom land, ;
dam"y ,M '.' W 2' inllos to Shtri-
Shi" u.CiiL f,n 'H.,'ll,,'l.ftn """'' "'or
aero. U '""""dlately, price JWjwr
I IlllVd nlKo. ' ..
ale jani houLl. 1 "r," "wlptlons Air
denm. pi.mV',.t..ani? 'ld for n.ml.
well to Hat. Vha .;""',.11HI1(1 ",f s"l will do
ld as I nae lot. f,w'.th 1,18 ,f " "
Peou VVf. ''"' Ink and let tbs ,
.. .. A unve lor sale.
Real Fai.it. . . O-O.Bcbowis,"
wi jssuita Agent, Sheridan , Oregon ,