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AL.1SAMY, OltlKJON, FRIDAY, NKPTKMBKR km, 188JS.
ktlOWII Oil H
Crockery, Glass Ware and Hardware
OIL AND LEAD.
Agent tor fire d( Marine Insurance
Co nrad Meyer.
(Jnpu8r Broidalbin an J First Sts.,
r.t tcr ,
111 f -t .V-.fVU.-- til' l k"r H A .
r i! variety sii 1 grocery store. Highest
market price paid for
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
J. P. HAIL,
Albany, Or., Agent for .
Columbia Bicycles and Tricycles.
New stock cf iSSS pattern bicycle jut
received. Bargains in second hand wheels
all sizes and pi ices. Call and examine
tuck or send for catalogue f . ie
DR. 4JL HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Jittje oor. First and Furry StrsoU,
ALBANY- - OREGON.
D. R. N. BLACKBURN,
Attorney at Law,
Office, Odd Fellow'sJTeiopI,
ALBANY, - - - 0REC0H.
VI i Inesi wUI receive prompt attention
t.ie lumber moo poly. W can furnish
to builders and coorscto.-s, rojgh. cleir
on short uotloe. This lumber Isout from
the i ei yellow fir. rafted from th. cele
brated VI-Kinzi't tlinr ri rn and menu
factured tt Coburg. Any quantity csn be
furnithe J at Alby Mt loR prices. It
oe is a r 5 n n i I ti a h . qutlity
CE0A3 POSTS, BOXING
and lumbar of all kin N on our yard con
stsiitly. U vi't or W without seeing or
bearing trim us. Ve will saye yon
First National Bank
OF ALB 131, OKEtiON.I
Prvlldnt I Pi.'N
VU President U, K, YOl SO
Wir ...QleAJ. fc, CHAMBKKLAl.N
An. tCa.hier JAS. P. POWELL
TKASfSACTii A OEM EttAL banking buntiies.
A ; ;OUN M KBIT subject to shck.
HltJHT EXCKAMUE and Ulegraphle transfer, sol
ou Mew York, Ban Krsiioisoo, Chicago and Poi
COLLECTION'S MADE on favorable terms.
j. K Yocsa, Geo E Chmsiuai
U E Klmn. L. Plum,
WaLTSA E TUKSSIX,
FOSHAY & MA80N,
W-bSfcS!S AND KMT All pi
Druggists and Bookndlera,
Agents for Job -i B. Alden's publications,
v iioii we sail a publisher's pries wita
Roses a Specialty.
C nt-ry Wa plnUi 1 1 1 ' n
TM1ESHE1S AND EM8INES.
The olebrateJ eui'ines, saprators and
saw mills manufactured b7 Russell A Co.
of Masslllon, Ohio, are now so! J by us.
They are fast taking the esd in the
VAHey and invariably give- satisfaction.
Stkwaut & Pox.
A. J. ROSSITER. V. S.
Braduata of Ontario Veterinary
ft pronto t trw dioHM of all do
mestlo an' m tN on s.:t iotifi) principles.
Resident j an 1 )H m tw doors eait of
Optra llu i. V
C. J. DILLON & CO.,
UK.it. Kits in
LUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTIC, ETC.
General Job Work, Dressing and
Sawing Lumber, Repairing,
manufacture all kinds of
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factory at loot of Lyon HlrMt.
New and Second Hand Store
Owing to toe increased demand or our
business we have been compelled to move
ioto a larger store and we can now be
fonnd noxt door to 8. K, Young, when
we will be pleased to see our patrons. If
yon need any stoves, furniture, tinware,
crockery, clocks, carp., pictures, fruit
ir, trunks, books', rotler skates, saddle,
saws, plsne-i, etc and a thousand dif
ferent and u a tides y t ctn n H do
bettor tv si 1 1 sf Hsn PrRiad MS thsn yoa
can do with i on a purchase or exchange
123 First Street, Albany, Or.
Two coursta of audy of four year each,
two of three years, and two of two years.
Good wo-:ns in College building on first
floor, adjoining President's rooms, ressrv
ed for voung women. Koms on second
and third lloor for young men, Boarding
department in basement. Correspon
dence invited. For catalogue ad drees
Frea. T, G. Browuseii.
JSOM, LANNIN6 & CO., PROPR'S.
saw pho:khh wlovk aupkrior or rAMi-iM
ASTt BARKRM VOL
BEST STORAC clCILlTlES.
Highest Price in Cash fo
H. F. MERRILL,
ALBANY, - - - OREGON.
Sell exchange n New Yurk, 8n Krsnclsco snd
Bay notes, Sto'e, oanty snd c'ty warrants. Re
ceive deposits subject to check. Interest allowed on
t ime deposits.
Collections will receive prompt attention.
Pire snd m fine insurance plaeel ,in reliable com
tOt, ( e hour. Iron a. m. to 5 p. m.
ALBANY UJuIjTATJ UMIIDT
Vlrst Teres opens Mspteasber nth. lHWt
A tall corps of instructor,
CLASSICAL, SCIENTIFIC, LITERARY,
COMMERCIAL AND NORMAL
Courses of tudy arranged to meet tb
need of all grades of students,
S fecial inducements offeretl to students
Tuition ranges from $5.50 to f!2,V)
Board in private fami'los at tow rates.
Rooms lor self boarding at small expense.
A carefnl supervision exercised over stu
dents away from home. Fall term opens
September 7th. For circulars ana fall
particulars address the President.
REV. ELBERT N. CRM BIT.
Studio corner Second aud Ferry Streets
near Opera Hou'. Ground ttorir.
t pictures a specialty,
H. J. Mirriioss, Pras.
8. K ARRAS, Vtca Fre u
B. 8 Cook, 8 c.
G. B. M j Trait
The Oregon Land Company
Organized for the purpose of baylae and selling- reil
aatatA. advertlslrifr '.he Willunette Valley in all ot the
leading newKSipers ot the United States. Employ ing-
Kastern agents to direct home seekers to the Willam
ette V allev. and b .me agents in all the principal
towns ot Marion, Polk, Linn. Benton, Clackamas snd
Yamhill counties to aid In locating immigrants.
Offlee In the Tste Building one door west of Stew
art A Box's,
H0D8ON A DICKINSON, Managers.
A tU tltM....... SSs S li
. .u.',mnu., IMC lollo ltU HI
picked up this morning ou First street, and
contains ho ami truths that we publish
IS Al . 1
ii, tnoiign anonymous: "Albany vs. I.os
Angeles, Seattle or Tacoma : Albany has
splendid water power; ntlthcr of the other
places has any . Albany has a magnlllccnt
farming country ol beautiful prairie, with
. i. . ..ii ii.. .....
hiii iinu iniempcrseii Willi mtle groves
ot umber stretching away for thirty miles
in every direction, which is well watered
bv numerous springs and sparkling brooks,
ttlltcd with mountain trout. Within from
three to six miles of Albany good improved
farms can now be bought at prices ranging
from $jo to $5oan acre. Oregon us shown
by the United States census report is the
most healthy state In the union. Albany
is located In the mot t healthy part of the
state, where the mountain air and the In
vigorating ocean brecxe dally mjnglc with
the odor of the fir, bringing health, new
life and new energy to all."
A Cur iot a Nkcktir. Mr. A. Judson
Cole, who Is the manager of one of the
large Chlcsgo wholesale houses in the line
of gentlemen's furnishings, sho ws a novel
necktie which he has just received from
Texas. It is a rattlesnake skin, made up tn
the form of a four in-hand tie. The point
rattle Is set in the centre of tho outer fold
toserve the purpose of a tie-pin. As It
glistens and shows all orts of shifting col
ors In the sunlight or gaslight, It makes a
fery attractive, it not exactly conventional,
ie. Mr. Cole savs that it was sent to him
.is a -ample, the sender -avin that, as the
stock of rattlesnakes In his country Is in-
exhaustible, he can supply as many of these
strange tics as the Chicago house may
The Crops. The season for the farm
implement business is about ended.though
it has lasted three weeks longer this year
than ever before. A prominent firm re
ports that their sales this year of hay bales
will aggregate 50,000 bundles, sufficient to
bind 3,15,000 bales, which Is equal to
about 1, j 50,000 tons of hsy. The hay crop
this year will exceed last year's growth
nearly 50 per cent, white the cereal crop
will be at least Jo per cent better than that
of last year. The recent jump in the price
of wheat has been the cause of a great manv
farmers buying more extensively than ever
of all kinds of Implements, and making
general Improvements on their land.
HOMOS for Applp.h -Albany did not
mskc ss great a mistake as Salem for we
gave the G. A. R. excursionists flowers
while they gave them peaches, etc. A citi
len of Salem put it about right to a reporter :
"Wliat they were hungry for was big red
Oregon appl--, ad do you kno we didn't
give them one They asked for them, and
we had to confess that apples were so com
mon in Oregon that we hadn't looked upon
them as the one thing above all others
which they would appreciate, and so we
didn't bring any. The fame of Oregonapples
is so prevalent in California that many peo
ple there think we don't have anv thing
but apples and rain in this rotmtry. Ilut
we won't make that mistake again.'"
Wants a Bonus. A Mr, C. E. Smith
of San Jose, Cel., has been in the city pros
pecting for a creamery. He proposes to
buy five or six hundred acres of land.stock
it with cows and establish a first-class
creamery and all he asks is a bonus of
$5000 from the citixens of Albany. A
creamery is no doubt needed here, and the
Democrat it in favor of one as well as
every other kind of an industry that will
help build up the community. ; but it
doesn't believe it is right lor a big bonus to
be asked for everything, whatever the na
ture. This bonus businc-s thouirh is sort
of amatter of competition with other cities.
ana to quite an extent is a necessary cv il.
It is a fact that now -a days if a city gets
anything of any importance ll takes a
won us 10 get it, and we have to take things
as nicy come or gel icit out In the cold.
A Cocxtry Fire. Wednesday the
residence of Mr. Mark Hulburt, about six
miles southwest of Albany, was entirely
consumed by fire, together witii his barn.
The furniture was mostly sayed ; but 600
bushels of wheat and considerable hay,
went with the barn. Several of the fam
ily were inside of the house, when one of
the children rushed in and cried that the
house was on fire. All efforts to save the
buildings were unaviling. The fire prob
ably caught from the flue. The house was
insured in the Hartford Insurance Com
pany for $800, II F Merrill, agent, and the
barn in the Albany Farmers' and Mer
chants' Insurance Co. for $600.
A Rrceition.--Last Thusday a formal
reception was given at the M. E. parsonage
to Rev. H. P. Webb on his return to Al
bany tor anotner year, as no newspaper
men were invited we tuspect it is intended
to keep the matter as private as possible.
We understand it was a pleasant affair,
highly enjoyed by all present. A nice
lunch was served. Rev. Webb has filled
his trust well In Albany, and the Demo
crat congratulates his nock on his re
turn to this city for another conference
A Womax Notary. Last May Mrs
Kate Parsell, of Alpine, Morrow county
applied for and was granted a commission
as a notary public. She was the firet
woman ever so honored in the state and
the appointment created considerable com
ment all over the state. Tht second one
was appointed by uovernor rennoyer
last week, Emma C. LeFevre being com
missioned to set her official seal and name
on all notorial documents. Ex.
Didn't Stop. Thursday the army girls
went down street singing just as the Re
vere house 'bus turned the corner. The
team became frightened, and rearing near
ly run over a telegraph pole. Some one
endeavored to hush the singing, but the
girls kept right on regardless of the action
of the team. The remark of a gentleman
that they had more "sand" than judgment
was not without its justice.
Another Pouch. The dispathe6 to-day
say that another mail pouch has been lost
This one contained $15,000, and w as mailed
by Blake Bros. & Co., of New York, to their
agents in Chicago last Friday. It is re
ported also that a large number of other
letters mailed on the same day at the New
York postomce are missing.
Insane. Mrs. Leeper, an old lady, was
brought down from Halsey last Friday
and adjudged insane before his honor,
Judge Blackburn, and taken to the asylum
by Deputy Sheriff Smith.
Teachers' Certificates. Out of the
28 teachers at the public examination last
week two obtained first grade certificates,
j 3 second grade certificates and 6 third
grade certificates, and 7 fai'ed.
Married. September 2, 1888, by James
Pearl, Sr., T. A. Kirk and Lillie M. Bone,
both of Halsey.
' A KicMAttKAai.it Cask.TIu! irrnnd iuiv
2at Monday returned a true bill against the
boy John J. II. McCallistcr, charged with
murder in the first degree in shooting and
killing hit father, R. II. McCallistcr, while
deceased Mas asleep in his cabin near Wood
vlllc, on the night of July a, 1S88. He will
probably be tried at this term of court.
The boy Is sixteen years of age, but his
diminutive slxc would lead one to suppose
him much younger. He has the appear
ance and actions of a child of ten or eleven
years old. He made a voluntary confes
sion to District Attorney Colvig a few
evenings since In presence of several wit
nesses. He acknowledged having com
mitted the murder, hut stated that his
mother, who renidcd In Lane county, was
the instigator of the crime, having instruct
ed him to kill his father and then return
home to her. He said further that his
.nother attempted the killing of her hus
band at several former times, and that he
thought it his duty to ob?y her instruc
tlons, although he is now -orrv. He does
not yet seem to realize the enormity of his
crime, nor fear punishment for it, hut main
tains a constant flow of animal spirits, talks
freely and unreservedly with all, aud in
many ways gives evidence of an unsound
mind. Jacksonville Ttwm.
Crook Couniy There were six appli
cants for teachers certificates before Kupt.
Slayton thi week, all of whom, we are In
formed, were successful "Wc have had
the hottest weather, and the most of it I
ever aaw In this country," ays the 'oldest
inhabitant.' .... A good sled watermelon
sells readily in this market for M cents.
No wonder some of our gardeners arc op
posed to the construction of a railroad
through this county Moat of the grain
crops that hsve been threshed yielded well
better than was expected. Maybe Crook
will yet be able to bread herself this
year.... It is doubted if there are enough
school tra her- in this county to supply
the fall demand ...The firm'of Hahn &
Fried contemplate ctosing out their mer-
chantilc buinc here. It is not from a
fear of the decline of business in Frinevllle,
or through any fear of the instability of the
place a a buinr center in the future,
that they have determined to retire from
hu-1 ness. . . . The Hommervilic brothers, w ho
came across the Cascades from Eugene a
few days ago, report heavy forest (Ires
raging all along the HCKenxie. They had
great difficulty in KClting acru, owlnir to
the great amount of timber that had burned
and was falling aero tSc road.IMne-
False Economy. Yctcday rnotninga
farmer, a Cierman, living in Folk county,
whose name could not be ascertained, was
driving into the city with a load of sixty
bushels of wheat, aud when just this side
of M u riit's place, coiling down a hill, he
fell off, and the hind wheel of the wagon
pasted over his left leg, terribly lacerating
the rtcoh, but so far as known, not breaking
the bone. The unfortunate man was help
ed to his wagon by his brother, who was
following him with another load, and they
drove into Salem, unloaded their wheat at
the Salem mills, and then came back to
Fry's drugstore, where the brother pur
chased a bottle of liniment. The Injured
man declined to have a physician examine
his wound, saying it would cost loo much
He applied some of the liniment to his leg,
and then drove off for h me. Sttttetmtn.
Confirmed. E. Miium.a Lake coun
ty birch-wielder, recently stood examina
tion before the Lake county examiners for
a teachers' certificate, and owing to severe
marking of his censors, he failed. Milum
appealed to Supt. Fishcr.claiming that one
of the examiners was prejudiced against
him, and the superintendent on this repre
sentation issued a certificate ; but he re
ferred the matter with Milum's papers to
Supt. McElroy. The latter detailed Supt
odcr to examine the paper-, and that
gentleman did so, concluding his work yes
terday. He found that the marking of
Milum's papers by the examiners had been
almost exactly correct, and so reported to
Supt. McElroy. It wilt now be Incumbent
upon ihe Lake county superintendent to
revoke Milum's certificate Statesman.
A Thresher's Trials. 'Th hardest
work about thrashin',' said a grimy, per
spiring youth, as he stopped his teams and
jumped from a horse power before the
blacksmith's, 'well, if I do say it, is the aw
ful grub that we fellows have to swatlerin
many places; but some of these Webfoot
gals though cook likeangels, d'ye say?
Yes, that's it, angels, a 'hul carload and
some on'em as if they hadn't brains enough
to put their togs on. Antl many on'em
hadn't. You can put it down fur a fact
that when you see a woman that's too dow
dy to dress becomin she ham t got sense
enough to make a biscuit that's fit for this
nigh mare. 'Stop yer chin-music and un
high dem hosses,' chipped in a grizzly mem
bcr of the crew." Oiegon City Courier.
Competition. Mr. Chas Metzgar re
cently advertised for 500 railroad men, and
began rustling for them, charging every
one a commission of $1 if secured by him
A few days ago Curran & Monteith raised
a sign which reads: "1000 men wanted for
railroad work. No office fees." To-day
Burkhart 81 Milter take the wheat field with
tne loiiowing notice: "2000 railroad men
wanted. No office feca kitre." 3500 men
makes it look as if bu.incst was meant
along the line to Boise City.
Mixed Matters. An Albany firm re
.s a s am . . .
cenny receivea a letter stating that a cer
tain amount had been-sent them, a small
account; hut nothing was enclosed, and the
money failing to come the firm wrote again
when the gentleman insisted that the
money had been paid as he had the re
I a aa a .
ceipi 01 me posimasier. lie naa nought a
postal note and kept it, thinking it was the
receipt for the money.
Married. In Oakland, Cat., on Wed
nesday evening, Sept. 5 th, Miss Mary
Chcadle was united in marriage to an Oak
land gentleman. The bride is a daughter
of Mrs. Cheadle, of this city. The Demo
crat extends the happy couple its bet
wishes for long life and prosperity.
A Runaway. Last Tuesday Mike Con
nelly while driving a team on the farm of
A. Keen, near Lebanon, was run away with,
being dragged about 200 yards. He was
seriously though not dangerously injured
Lebanon. iTeo. Buhl has bought a
half interest in the store of T. C. Peebler
Mr. E.J. Mills died on the 3d instant and
was buried on Wednesday. He had lived
n:ar Lebahon about two years.
Cheaper than you can buy them in Port
land. Will sell a good grade of Brussels
carpet for 60 cents ; a heavy three ply car
pet for 75 cents, and two ply carpets from
40 cents to 50 cents. Carries a large line
of oil cloths, linoleum and window shades.
A. B. McIlwain
I '401 Ajio imoiiua PitcHer's Castor Sa. i in rs76 a was 24,078. . l :
Ai'PI.rh. In her tipples, Oregon has
greater wealth than if they were peaches
or oranges. As a food an apple Is worth
two of either of these. A great writer has
said of the apple : "There la scarcely on
article of vegetable food more widely use
ful and more universally liked than the ap
ples. Let every family In Autumn, lay In
from two to ten or more barrels, and It
will be to them the most economical Invest
ment In the whole range of culinary sup
plies. A raw, mellow apple Is digested In
an hour and a half, while holled cabbage
requires Ave hours. The moat healthful
dessert that can be placed on the tablets
baked apples. If taken freely at breakfast,
with coarse breed, and without meat or
flesh of any kind. It has in admirsble ef
fect on ih- general system, often remov
ing const ipHilon, correcting acidities and
cooling the febrile conditions more effect
ually than the most approved medicines."
A (Jam oe Poker. "Tussdsy nigh-,'
saya ta TsUgrsm. "flvsmso, thrss of them
prstty writ known bars, occupisd a back
room in a prominent ssloou all bight, snd
judging from the oardastrswn upon tbs floor
in th morning many a deck must bsvv bet-u
disoariisd during ths nocturnal youtur at
porker. Two of th plsyors wr wcl!-i-.
do basinsaa man snd tb rstt wmtm olrk r .
osivtog fair atari, ami who, by tbo way.
had soeumutst-d om money f r u, msvit
sbl rainy dsy. Oae of th ulsrks lost very
neavily; and hsald wiving th cbeoks fir
tbs agjregsl sum of 91300, U 1 vn wnt so
fv s to risk his little hoMHMtesd, vslucd st
$HMJ0, which skelters bis w if snd two prstty
children. Look ws against him, and h
also lost that. Neat morning th plsyer
who advanced hi in $1 100 on tb property de
manded a d.-rd to it, but tb dsaperste and
sons! elsrk 000IH not 'dsliysr th gooda,'
bcaus hi wife deolisod to sign a convey
ance. Angry words followed an I it i not
stall unhkeiy that the cUrk'e creditor will
I ring th matter into court..
Am. -1 Years Old. A corrcpondent
writes to the Icbanon Rufrets as follows :
"There Is a man In this town who Is 81
years.j months, 3 weeks and 3 days old ;
has tended four gardens and will make
some two or three hundred bushels of Irish
potatoes and a good deal of other vegeta
bles, and haa drank 450 gallons of pure
liquor, ami was never drunk a dozen times
In his life, and can turn off his three class
es a day ye, and Itss chewed 80 pounds of
tobacco and smoked about half that much.
A remarkable old gentleman ; but the
statement doesn't prove anything though.
Two Foolish Men. Ss-n Harris and
John Wood,of South Bend, Pacific county,
made a bet Wednesday .says the Adorutn,m
the presidential election, the papers bring
drawn by a leading attorney of that city.
Each owns a quarter section of timber land
on the 'osel,the claims adjoining, the 320
acres being worth about $3$oa Accord
ing to the terms of the wager, death being
barred, if Harrison gets a majority of the
electoral votes John Wo xl gets bot ft quart
er sections ; if Cleveland getsa majority of
the electoral vote Sam Harris owns the
two too-acre tracts.
No. 500. The Statetmau speaking of
Mrs. Leeper taken to the asylum yestr
day, as mentioned in the Democrat, aays:
44 The history of the case is that at the age
of 46 sht was taking seriously III and was
unconscious for six days. Since that time
she has been insane, but has taken no treat
ment except an opiate to quiet her nerves.
Of late she has been growing worse ard
threatens to kill, destroy and burn.and con
stantly talks of killing people and Imaginary
people She smokes tobacco constantly
and to excess, but has no other injurious
habits. This commitment makes just 500
patients now in the asylum, the largest
number ever before corralled there at anv
Soi'SD. "A friend was telling aa th
other day of an old ferryman who lived 00
the north fork of the Hantism in the early
settlement of this valley . Aa each new em
igrant would croe the river they would en
quire for land to homestead, and the next
question would be, "What kind of neighbors
would we have? 'Wll,' the old ferrymsn
would ssy. 'what kind of neighbors had yon
where yon came from? If tne answer was
Hiood' or 'Bad,' he would aay, 'That a just
the kind where von are going.' That was a
sensible countryman, for just ta you bear
person apeak of their neighbors, just so sre
yon apt to find them. Kxprt.
A Circus. McMahan's circus exhibited
In Sclo Friday afternoon and evening
About a thousand people attended all to.
gclher. It was a one ring circus. Parties
in the city who attended say It was the beat
performance yet aeen In the county, and
all it coat waa fifty cents. We wouldn't
mind seeing a good one ring circus, with
all seats alike, no peanut boys and straight
tumbling, ourselves. These three ring af
fairs are so full of chaos people don't know
what they have seen when they get through
A Different One. "la that the same
dog that was here four years ago," said on
Albany gentleman to a gentleman and
lady who erot off the cars this noon with
the aweeteat little bull pup imaginable in
a semi-harness and red cord. "No," said
the gentleman, "he ia only a year and
half old. We simply mention this to
show how easily one can be mistaken in
Married. At Independence, Aug, 31st
1888, Rev. J. W. Craig, P. E of Oregon
Dist. M. E. Church South, to Miss Davis
of Independence, Polk county, Oregon.
Look in our comer show window at the
vases we uvs with noe of the best hakiug
powders in the market. No lottery scheme ;
you simply take your choice.
Snow mem. Si Stan a rd.
DR. BO BAN KO
lu his new dhoovary for Oonsuraption. suoc-otleil In
producing- a rnedoine which is acknowledged by ah
to ne simpiy marvelous, it is exceedingly pieasan
to the taste, perfectly harmless, and does not sicken
In all cases ol Consumption. Couirha. Colds. Whooo
tag Cough, Croup, Brenchltie, and Pains n the Chest
has given universal satisfaction. Dr Boaankos
Cough and Lung 8rup is sold at 60 cents hy Or
Ouiss and Son.
I sm now receiving my spring and suinmei
(."res good. Call early snd secure bsrgs na
w. F. read.
Special raVm ia fiborin and rastios
C. J. Dillon & Co'a. Foot Lyon Street.
Some Summer Items.
Fresh fruit, such as peaches, plums and
watermelons, at Brownell & Stanard's.
It paya to get your groceries at Brownell
You get a five cent ticket with ever $i's
worth of goods bought at Brownell &Stan-
Itchiu Pllet sre known by moisture like y jepir
ion producing s very disagreeable Itching after
ing warm. This form ss well aa Blind, Bleeding and
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AKK YOU CANDID r
We appeal to fair minded, candid repub
licans to lay aside party prejudice long
enough to aeltle this question : "Are you
candid t" If ao, then tell us why, after
reading the following passage from Presi
dent Cleveland s meaaage, you should ever
again coll it a free trade meaaage :
"It is not proposed toentliely relieve the
country of this taxation. It must be ex
tensive. y continued aa the source of the
Government' Income ; and In a readjust
ment of our tariff the Interesta of Ameri
can labor engaged ia manufacture should
be carefully consldered,a well as the pres
ervation of our manufacturers. It may be
called protc'tion,or by any other name,but
relief from the hardships and dangers of
our present tariff laws should be devised
with especial precaution against imperiling
the existence of our manufacturing Inter
esta. But this existence ahould not mean a
condition which, without regard to the pub
lic welfare or a national exlgency,must al
ways Insure the realisation of immense
profits Instead of moderately profitable re
turns." Oh, we I, but you say that Cleveland
recommended that wool should be put on
the free list, therefore he is a free trader
Hut, If )ou are candid and determined to
deal fairly and honestly with yourself you
cannot call the message that recommends
putting one or half a dozen articles on the
free list a free trade one.whlle It put 4000
articles on the tariff or dutiable Hat. If
you are canuld and honest in the belief
that Cleveland's message Is a free trade
one, then we can easily prove that the re
publican party has bean a free trade party
for long years. Read the following ex
tracts candidly and honestly, and then aay
candidly and honestly what you think of
Republican National Ptatform,i868 i "It
Is due to the labor of the nation that taxa
tion should be equalized and reduced as
rapidly aa the national faith will permit.'
Republican National Platform, 1884 :
"The republican party pledges itself to
correct the Inequalities of the tariff and to
reduce the surplus."
James O. Blaine, June 10, 1868 : "Dur
ing the entire war, when we were seeking
everything on the earth, and in the skies,
and in the waters under the earth, out of
which taxation could be wrung, it never
entered Into the conception of Congress to
tax breadstuffs -never. During the most
pressing exigencies of the terrible contest
in which we were engaged, neither bread
stuffs nor lumber ever became the subject
of one penny of taxation. Now, as to the
article of lumber.! again remind the House
that there haa never been a tax upon this
article. I say that wherever the Western
frontiersman undertakes to make for him
self a home, to till the soil, to csrry on the
business of life, he needs lumber for hi
cabin.hc needs lumber for his fence, he needs
lumber for hi wagon or cart,he needs lum
ber for his plough, he needs lumber for al
most every purpose In his daily life."
President Grsnt, Annual Message, De
cember, 1874 : "Those articles which en
ter into our nanufactures,a.nd are not pro
duced at heme, it seems to me, should be
entered free. Those art'.cles of manufac
ture which we produce a constituent part
of, but do not produce the whole, that part
which wc do not produce should be enter
ed free also. I will Instance fine wools,dyea,
etc. These articlea must be imported to
form a part of the manufacture of the high
er grades of woolen goods. Chemicals used
a dyes, compounded in mediclnes,and used
n various ways it' manufactures,come un
der this class. The introduction, free of
duty, of such wools as we do not produce
would stimulate the manufacture of goods
requiring the use of those we do produce.
and therefore would be a benefit to home
President Grant, Annual Meaaage, De
cemfcer, 18.5 : "Many duties now collect
ed, and which give but an insignificant re
turn for the cost of collection, might be re
mitted, and to the direct advantage of con
sumers at home. I would mention those
articles which enter into manufactures of
all sorts. All duty paid upon such articles
goes directly to the coat of the article when
manufactured here.and must be paid for bv
the consumers. These duties not only
come from the consumers at home, but act
as a protection to foreign manufacturers of
the same completed articles in our own and
James G. Blaine.Secretary of State,i88i :
"The hours of labor in the Lancashire mills
are 56, in the Massachusetts trtlils 60 per
week. The hours of labor in the mills in
the other New England States, where the
wages arc generally less than in Massa
chusetts, are usually 66 to 69 per week
Undoubtedly the inequalities in the wages
of English and American operatives are
more than equalized by the greater effi
ciency of the latter and their longer hours
A. dlsnatch to the Cleveland, O., Plain
Dealer saya; Among the numerous flops to
the Democratic ranks in the Tuscarawas
county that of John Hostettler, a promi
nent lawver of Canal Dover, is of far more
than ordinary significance. Four years Mr
Hostettler has been identified with the
Union Labor party, and haa at all times
been affiliated with the interests of the
laboring classes, with whom he has mark
ed Influence. He has announced his Inten
tion to take the stump for Cleveland.Thur-
man Tariff Reform.
The ablest aa well as the most conservae
tlve 'abor paper in the country ia th
Labor Signal, published at Indianapolis. In;
diana, the home of Harrison. It discuss
es the economic questions of the day with a
force and clearness not excelled by any
other In the country. Itshould be in
the hands of every laboring man in the
country. On account of the fact that
Harrison has, during all his public career,
antagovzed labor and the interests of labor
people: it zealously opposes his election.
Vermont has gone republican by proba
bly 37,000 majority. That means about
24,000 or 25,000. The Oregonian,1ht asso
ciated press dispatches and other republi
can spokesmen tell us this is the highest
majority since the war,but it is a falsehood.
In the presidential election of 1872 the ma
jority was 30,473, nd in 1880 it was 27,251.
In 1876 it was 24.078.
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