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$2 IN ADVANCE : $2 50 A1 END
Isud every Friday by
8TITE8 Ac ISIXJTTIITQ.
WHAT OKKOON OFFER.
To the Farmer, and every son of tell ;
Over slaty mHIIoaj scree of the richest kind of soil.
To the Stock mar 1 vJleys,rn;t for an, kind of herds
In a avst dellthtfot ollmate, not dew ribed by words.
To the brave Prospector, and the Miner bold j
A mineral etnvn of mountain, ,f all of stiver ore and gtU
To the Artists, Author and BV ienUflc men ,
Ftmlliuf aobjecufor their canvass, brain and pen.
To the portroen, who from care are free :
Every frame that swims, run, or climbs a tree.
To the Doctor and the Lawyer, cases they may eecwe
TIs doubtful, tbouvh, for the sir is very pore.
To the Capitallat, who wise Invesmenfs seek :
Visit IM. simI let surrounding speak.
In short, v. piece 'neeth th Morions eon
Offere,lto;hlrducement,eooe the world began.
VOL.. A. XIV
AJLliAM Y, OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER J , 1888.
Adverti-sing rates made known on ap
DELICIOUS BISCUITS or WHOLESOME BREAD
Dwight's Cow-Brand Soda -Saleratus.
ALWAYS UNIFORM AND FULL WEIGHT.
B sure that there Is pic turn of W on your pmU sad yon will bar
im bw boss
Crockery, Gia.s Ware and Hardware
OIL, AJND LEAD.
Agent lor fire ami Harine Insnranee
At very low rates.
Lumber, Shingles, 'Lath, Posts,
Pickets, Fence Trimmings,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
t,"ll f r pri.wM yrl on Oth St,. .at'
0 0.C swltcn.
W. W, GROWDER.
' MAGNOLIA MILLS,
JOHM A. CRAWFORD, Propiretor,
WILL furnl-h sacks to farmer and
receive wheat at lha naual rates of
aturago. Toe highest market price aid
Mag nolia flour always on band, for
aa'.a or axcuange at reasonable rates.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD.
Ibe lumber inonvpoiy. Wo oan furnish
to builders n i contractors, rough, clear
on short notice. This lumber is cot from
the oe h yellow fir. rafted from thi cele
brate 1 rf-jKinzie timber regions sod menu
fswuured tt Coburg. Any quantity can be
furnished at Albany t low prices, It
o9J ! i i i :i .i : i a-t : qu slity
CEOAR POSTS, BOXING
Cti J lit uberorsU kioJs on ouryarJ con
sMatly D n't order without seeing or
u.aring trxn u. We will saye -on
MCM.KTR & WJ30WAR3,
Homaojithic Physicians & Snrgsou1
Obttetrius, t'ra!rmat of Chrome lha
oase of wo u tt an i ehi!drm a specially
All cilia promptly attends 1 day and
Office in theFlinn Block.
New and Second Hand Store
Owing to wie increased demands of our
business we have Leen compelled to move
into a larger Htore a-ii wo can now be
fonnd nut door u H E. Young, wher
w will be pleased to see -.tir patrons. If
you r.eed anv stoves, firniture, tinware
r' ary, olo'ks. eerpets, pictures, fruit
jars, trunk!, '',. r'ler altotOt, "vidian
saws, plants etc and a thousand !
i root sad stoles y.m ar n i do
bettor ttih dl f -. i'cn jii nt'ua you
an d viUt n- oi ip ircbase or exchange
r i St.-yet. A)hau3, Or
(JOVVAN. K ALSTON & CO.,
-uuoevtory to txwan A Ctutick.)
ALBANY - - OREGON.
TKANsACTa a general banking bnalneat.
OdXWMVm ORirr9ai Y.nrk, 8ar Fran
tauo ail Portland, Oregon.
LOAN MOEY on approved security.
UBOIC1VK deoosiU eabjoc to check.
OMjUOHOX. intruntel toae will reccire promo
My wife, Jenotte F KUy, having left my
bed nd board without any just nse, I here
by t;n all peraooe not to trad her oa my
account for I will not be reapona. hie for any
debt of her contraction.
M It'll AKL Km.LV.
Aug 22, 1888.
WAGONS, HACKS AND tJGGIES
We are now agents at this place for the
celebrated wagons, naoas ana ouggie
m.rla iiv Flh Bros . cf Racine. Wis., and
can give letter goods and lower prices
than ever befoi3. Remember that we
want your trade and will make it an ob
act for you to come and see ns.
8tk wa p,t A Sox.
Green and dry apple boxes at Zeyaa &
Uochitedl-jr'e. Planing Mill., Albany, Or.
ataoe. THJC COW
C. J. DILLON & CO.,
v .;:: in
LUMBER, FLOORING, RUSTIC, ETC.
General Job Work, Dressing and
towing Lumber, Repairing,
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS OF
FU UN ITU UK.
Special advantage to purchasers of
Factor at lest of Lyon Street.
PROPUllfiTV jt OF
Corner Broad albin and First 8ts,,
( iiufl Meats,
f n fart everything that is kept in a gen
ral variety and grocery store. Highest
market price paid for
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE.
H. J. tinrntoax. Pre.
H. PaaaAa, Vtc Fret,
B. S Cook, 8 c
0 B. M kS4 Treat
The Oregon Land Company
Oaaabsi fo the pnniM sfeanae and selling r.-.i
NtU), sdver.islng -.he Willtn-Ue Valley in all of the
leading newsttpers of the United Htataa, Bcnploy loir
Ktrrn agents to ill re:l house seeker to the Willam
ette Valley, and h.ui i amenta In all the prinrital
towns of Marion. Polk, Linn, Beaton, Clackamas and
Yamhill counties to aid in foesUug immigrants.
Mfl. n the Tate Building- one door weat of 4 Stew -art
i. J. RILfSS
SSITER , V. S.
Brainiti of (Mario 7)i3?iair
Inp'jit-il t rr,,'. In in 4 of all do
i) an'mtU ou s;i30tifl) principles.
BOS 1-tlM 41 l II :) ',f I I M 111
) r i i Mtaa Albt i
DR. C. WATSON MA8T0N
Physician and Surgeon.
Office opposite the Democrat Office.
: H3ESHEHS AND ENGINES.
Tiie celebrate.! euttlne. separators and
saw mills iuanufaured by Kussell A Co.
of Mssiliou, Oliio, are now sol J by us.
i in y are rat taking the ead in tae
vattey and invanaolv kivo satlMfsction.
STKW.a'tT A "ox,
KiiM NiiiK iti bank
OF LBiiVI , OBEUON.
rreaUieut L. 'N
Vice Preeideiit 8. K. YOL Nti
Cashier GEO. K. CHAMRKRLAlN
A.'tCa,hlr JA8. V. POWMLL
TRAKSACT8 A OBKERAL Unking buslnias.
AOCOUNT8 KBIT eubjett to check.
Rlfill'P KTt'fl iWm .V.I. -nf .1
ou Now York, San Fnuiciaco, Chicago and Poi
COLLECTIONS MADE on favorable terms.
, E. Yonxa, Oso.ECnASBaai.AH1
L E Buaw, L. Fuxk,
Wambk E Turmli.,
Before you start your mower, binder or
threshing outfit come to our store and get
your Mjpiies. We keep almost anything
yen will need, and at prices you will be
Wtkwakt dc Sol
L. W. CLARK,
Stuaio eorner Seoood and Ferry Streets
near Opera Hou. (J round noor.
Children's pictures a specialty,
LBANY - OREGON,
Children Cry for
MARRiKrt.-Thursdayforcnoon.at the reai
dencc of Mr. Hub. Bryant, Mr. Harland E,
Mora, of Salem, and HtS Ollle Ktrkpat
rick, of Albany, were united in marriage
In the presence of only n few relatives and
friends, Rev. S.O. Irvine, D.D., olilcUtlng.
After a nice dinner the happy couple left
for Salem, where each of them have been
studying medicine under Dr. Rowland.
They will spend the winter taking a cource
of medical lectures, and wilt go Knet in the
spring to enter a Medical College. The
bride Is a young lady of fine accomplish
mcnts, for years a popular teacher in our
schools, bile the groom Is said to be a
young gentleman of fine character, with
plenty Ol biulncas to him. The Dkmocr at
A FfRR.On the steep bank jut east of
J. C. Dillon's furniture factory and planing
mill a large amount of old rubbish had ac
cumulated. Wednesday evening a match
in the hands of a small boy came in con
tact with It.causlng friction and flames. The
flames leaped upwards and westwards to
wards the factory and were too man to he
extlngulsed by hand power. A fire alarm
was given, a stream was placed on the
name,whlch were soon extinguished, with
out any damauc, except to th city's .1 -pleted
pocket-book. A silent alarm was
all that was necessary in a case like that.
Immrnsr. An Immense block of granite
from Gold Hill, Southern Oregon, weigh
ing about four tons, was brought to this
place a week ago on a Rat car and unload
ed just south of the line works on the O A'
C. track. It is intended to form the bae of
the monument of Senator Nesmith. A
stonemason is at work dressing the block
and preparing it for shipment to Derry,
Polk county, where the remains of Senator
Nesmith arc interred.--Lafayette Register.
Two BoATs.The Corvallis tUise'ie aays
the Wm. M. Hoag and V S. Hentley have
been thoroughly repaired, painted, etc.,
from bow to stern. All that U necessary
now is more wat;r and then the liveat
river traffic In the history of the Wlllam
ette will start up, and it' Is safe to predict
that the O, P. boats will "get tncre, to use
a very slangy expresaiotr.
A Da i'.hken' CllilU "ft cripple with
both legs off at the knees was seen on the
streets yesterday badly intoxicated. It la
the height of folly for a man with a com
plete set of legs to get drunk, and when the
victim Is minus all or a part of his under
standing he is a fit subject for a guardian."
A Sad, Sad Case. A gentleman hunt
ing land in Dakota, aays an exhange, came
across a deserted shanty with half a dozen
boards nailed across the door bearing the
following Inscription i "Twenty miles to
a neighbor, sixty miles to a poatoffice, one
hundred miles to a railroad, one hundred
and fifty miles to timber, two hundred and
hlty feet to water and seventy feet from
h . (lod bless our home. Cone east to
spend the winter with wife's folks."
A Scmkmk. Our citizens promiscuously
are receivirg letters from a San Francisco
firm, Lane & Mahoney , offering to send a
crayon portrait free on receipt of a photo
graph. We'll wager a chromo there is some
catch to the business Like wheel of for
tune men it 1 safe to say the firm la not
making crayon portraits for their health or
to promiscuously as an advertisement.
Its Size. The name of the steamer
"Caracas," bought by the Oregon Develop
ment company in Philadelphia, will be
changed to "Yaquir.a Bay." The "Cara
cas" is 1,589 tons, ata feet long, 34 feet
beam, and 19 feet depth of hold. She has
engines of 900 horse power, and is expected
to attain a speed of thirteen knots. She
was built in Philadelphia In 1881.
A Good Invention. An Ellensburg
man, Geo. Roberta, has invented a steam
track laying machine which greatly facili
tates work of laying railroad thm and rail.
On being tested it has proven sc. good as to
cause the Northern Pacific railroad com
pany to secure the refusal of the first mach
ine, and the inventor is now bu?.ldinif two
more machines to cost $1,200.
At the Bav Too. Joseph Watson of
this place brought into the News office on
Oct. 1st some very fine specimens of
strawberries, fresh from the bushes. He
says that his vines began to bear on the
27th of May and have continued to furnish
berries ever since. News.
A Bio Apple. A 33 ounce apple is
boasted of in Salem. It now stands Linn
county in hand to bring in something that
will beat this immense structure. In the
mean time Marion county is invited to
produce a tomato vine larger than the one
Born. On Friday morning, Oct. 5th,
1888, in Albany, to the wife of H, A. Stan
ard a son. The happy father is so well
pleased over the appearance of the new
comer that he declares he will name him
after fhe man of good fortune, and call him
Clcvc tor short.
A Fine Way.---A remarkably fine way
for some atpiranttoa city office to stand
solid with the citizens of the thriving but
high heeled city of Albany, would be for
him to take a hammer, and passing rdong
our sidewalks, give all the protruding nails
a sharp stroke down wards. He could com
mand any position in the gift of the peo
Illl Only One. A furnace has been
placed in the basement of 8. E. Young's
new store, with registers suitably arranged
over the store rooms, and that s the way
the building will be heated this winter, the
only store, we understand, this side of
Portland heated in this manner.
The Difference. You couldn't hire
an old Oregonian to locate in any other
country ; but there arc ;lenty of old set
tiers from other countries willing to locate
here. There's the difference. We have a
climate that, when once acquainted with,
no one will give up for any other climate.
About the Same. St. John and An
drew Jackson received within a few of the
same number of votes for President. The
latter was elected, The former lacked over
4,000,000 votes of being elected. That is
the way the U. S. has changed in about
Void. Grant county was in debt $44,
501.29. In a suit between that county and
Lake county the Courts have just decided
that all the indebtedness above $5,000 was
illegal and void. This might be a hint to
the city of Albany, though at just the pres
ent moment one is not necessary.
Sailed. A dispatch from New York
yesterday stated that the steamship Ya
quina Bay, formerly known as the Cara
cus, cleared for Baltimore, where she will
coal preparatory to sailing for San Fran
cisco, where she will enter the service of
the Oregon Development Company.
Pitcher's Castor la.
A Great Tomato. No where else In
the world, in this latitude, do things gen
erally lo! up as serenely and proliflcly at
In the Willamette Valley, State of Oregon.
We never cease being astonished at the
way trees and plants grow here. Nothing
recently has taken the breath out of us
much fatter than a tomato vine in the rear
of W. MoLauglln's tailoring establishment.
Planted On the toth of June, Mr. Mc. hat
since nursed It and trained It upwards in
the shapsj of a tree by divert contrivance!
that only tailor possetses,and now it rears
its branches over the side of a shed and
above It, the higheat being almost thirteen
feet tall. We pause in admiration of Mr.
Mc. and els tomato plant.
An Old Coin. Speaking of old coins,
Mr. A. B. Ifcllwatn has shown ut a dollar
of the Repuhllca de Columbia, dated i8aa
It is somewhat battered and decrepit In ap
pearance -, but the letters and figures on it
are very distinct. Mr. Mcllwain has had It
In his possession tldrtv.tlx years.
While we are on the old coin subject,
William Cowan, of this city, has shown ut
a sliver half dollar, dated i8ao, on the rim
of which are the words, fifty cents or a
half dollar. This Is older than any of the
American coins mentioned by our con
temporaries. If you want to see a real old
coin Dr Maston has an ancient fellow coin
ed about 400 years B. C.
A Live Owl, This morning Otto Cle
Ian, while hunting across the river, came
upon a large owl resting on his laurels.
He broke a arlng with a load of shot,
brought him to this city and placed him on
a stool In front of Wt'l Btos. where he was
greatly admired by passers by on account
of his large, expressive eyes, unruffled
plumage and gentlemanly conduct. The
gentleman who thought he was not well
stuffed would have to Improve on nature
to surpass the job.
Small Pox Nkar Lafayette. Mr. F.
C Royal, says the e-aW, has just re
turned from a trip to Lafayette, and from
him !t is learned that the small po Is
thought to have about run Its course.
Three miles south of Lafayette, on the
Salem and Lafayette road, under strict
quarantine there are four cases in the Mor.
gage family. Mrs. Morgsge and three
children have the pestilence in a most vio
lent form and are pronounced by the at
tending doctors to be in aver critical con
dition. Their recovery Is pronounced
'Gcoo Advice. -A drunken fellow left
the steps of the Democrat office Friday,
just as another one entered our sanctum.
The latter said he was all unstrung and
wanted a drink to brace him up, poor fel
low. He said the saloon keepers would
only give a man good advice If he Is out of
money, that Is, not to drink any more. We
are giad the S. K. has one redeeming feat
ure. By toe way, the large influx of pro
pie here Is filling our streets with drunken
men. It is a fact that almost none of our
own citizens ar? seen Intoxicated here.
Blind but GRITTY.Gllbert McGinn,
one of the young lawyers who was ex
amined and admitted to the bar yesterday
by the supreme court, is totally blind. He
has experienced much difficulty in making
himself familiar with Blackstone and the
other authorities, but by dint of hard work
and perseverance has reached the stool.
Having a retentive memory as all blind
have he has been able to gain a liberal
knowledge of the law and has passed a
most creditsblc examination. His manner
of gsining s knowledge of the law was by
laving mends read aloud to him. Journal
New Lawyers. The following young
lawyers were admhtcd to the bar Wednes
day at Salorn, everyone examined being
admitted ; till Emmons, P Booth, CF
Rupel, J S Ileal, A C Williams, J H Can
non, J M Uarroll, John Ultchburn, 1. r
Conn, J N Brown, Samuel Hayden, M W
Hunt, F D Hasbrouck.C R Fentort.Gilbert
McGinn. A C Smith, J E Kirkland, San
derson Reed, Harry W liogan, A W
Go wan, T I McClarv, G W Rowand, liar-
old Pllklngton, J P Hamilton.
Died. On Friday, Oct. 5th, 1888, near
this city, after a lingering illness, Miss
Leona Propst, daughter of John W. Proptt
aged 21 years. The deceased attended
College here for some time, and was a
young lady of a peculiarly pure and noble
disposition. She leaves many relatives and
friends to mourn her loss. Funeral services
were heid atti o'clock to-day and were
conducted bv Reva. E. R. Prichard and E.
arrested. last r riday two young
men, Robert Harris and ChasGatman were
arrested on complaint of Mr. Zimmerman,
charged with stealing a valise, containing
valuable property.from him, at the Waver
ly Boarding House, on Lvon Street. They
were captured just as they were leaving on
the South bound train. On examination
before Justice Humphrey they were dis
Can't Go H. "It was reported on the
streets estcrday that Julius Solomon,
prominent merchant of Astoria, had
hauled down the Harrison Hag and run up
a red bandana. He has been a life long re
publican ami has considerable influence in
political circles, but says he shall vote for
Cleveland and has declared his allegiance
to the democratic party. The Oregouian
please copy. Pioneer.
Behind Time.--Complaint is revived
that the narrow gauge train is almos in
variably from one to three or for hours be
hind the schedule time. The up time at
Milverton is 2:30 p.m., and on Thursday the
train did not arrive till bp. m. sx.
The Last Touch Friday W. A
Cox put the finishing touches on the Fo
sHav Sc Mason and Tweedale Block, so far
Sf s .
as his line of work was concerned, tust
three month, to a day having expired since
the block was begun.
Towards Albany. -"There has been
more solid work done the past two days to
secure the right of way for the railroad
than in the past month. Hard work and
less talk is what builds railroads." Astoria
Teachers Wanted. There are sever
al school districts in Linn cnuntv wnntintr
t teachers. Inquire of Supt. Curl.
Born. On Friday evening, in this city,
to the wife of George Hughes a girl.
Died. On Thursday evening, Oct. 4th,
1888, of diphtheria, Samuel, son of Mr. C
II. Stewrt, aged 10 months.
Itching Piles are known by moisture like y asptr
ion producing a yery disagreeable Itching after
ing' warm. This form as well as Blind, Bleeding and
protruding Piles, yield at onoe to the application of
Dr. Bosanko's Pile remedy, walch acts directly upon
the parts affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying the
intense itching and effecting a perm
cent. Address The Dr Bossnko MU
snent cure. 50
aieine Co., Piqu
0. Sold by Dr, Guiss and Son.
Children Cry for.
TIIK MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Man About Town doesn't remember
having cast his optics on quite as many
drunken men as recently for many years.
It may indicate livelier times aid all that ;
but it Is not a pleasant experiente to meet
a man with the blind staggers on every
We are giad to observe that there are
very few Idle boys on the streets of Albany
now-a-dtys. The number Is less than for
several years, though there are a few who
would be much better employed If titer
were pounding nails or handling dry goods
boxes instead of sitting on them.
We think we can state without fear of
successful contradiction, thai Albany has
the best equipped fire department of any
t it y on the coast of Its site. Though we
have not needed It much lately .there might
a time come when It would pay for Itself
several times In half an hour, S-.-c !
Because the Man About Town speaks
out In school whenever he can get the ma
terial for It, he Is met with divers kinds of
request for showing mattes up, rven the
superior quality of a merchants goods. All
reasonable requests will be granted just so
It Is something of a public nature. Gossip,
though, we are eternally opposed to. It
stings without benefitting, It price with
out lifting ; but give us the Colossus of
Rhode and we will shoot St him if he
doesn't behave himself.
This reminds us that the sidewalk lead,
ing to the depot just before you reach the
O. ii C. sidewalk, needs repslring, as do
Lebanon.- A. C. Churchill and wife
left this place last Tuesday morning for
Portland. We have not learned what Mr.
Churchill Intends doing. It was reported
that he was going to New .York, but we
do not know as to the truthfulness of the
report .... Mr. W. K. Findley, of Findley
soda springs, called cn us Wednesday. He
Informed us that a new soda spring ,
discovered on his place by Tom Davis and
party, of Setem. It Is a good big spring
200 yards from the house, and he Intends
to bring It to the camp ground in terra
cotta pipes . . . .Ore Thompson was severe
ly hurt last Tuesday while working with
the steam wood sew. A crooked vine
maple stick was caught by the saw and
- -1 SF .
great force, striking
Thompson on the upper Hp, knocking him
down and rutting a gash clear through, and
broke a couple of his teeth .... Some of our
townsmen offered to put up a forfeit and
lake the $1000 bet which Mr. Churchill
offered to make, but he would not put up.
But there was another Harrison man in
town this wees who wanted to bet $1000,
and It was not taken. -Enfrtu.
Distance, Etc. The farther a tory
travel the bigger It gets. Here Is an In
stance, taken from the bicycling World,
published in the East : "Mr. J. P. tlall.oi
Albany, Oregon, left that place Aug, 5th,
for a 400 mile trip through Southern Ore
gon to Coos Bay and return. He crossed
the Coast Range Mountains twice and
ravelled for 150 miles overs rough moun
tain trail a read on which had never been
ridden a bicycle. He was several times
warned not to do It, the road being consUl
ered utterly impassible to bicycle travel
t le pcraerved, riding most of the way and
walking '.he balance and therefore deserves
the credit of having ridden nearly 1 50 miles
of the roughest of rough Oregon road
The machine ridden was a ta-inch 1888
pa'.tern, Columbia Light Roadster, which
stood the teat of the trip with the utmost
Older Yet. Mr, W. F. Read, of this
city, has shown us a silver dollar, of the
V. Sn of the date 1798, on the rim of which
it the inscription, "One dollar or one hun
dred cents." This propably Is as old as
any American dollar in Oregon, Mr.
r rank Wood, Jr., ha a battered and ladly
vised ten cent piece 011827 that is a good
specimen of an old American coin.
Old coins are very plenty in Aibam
One of the best collections we have seen is
that of Mr. H. K. Merrill. Besides old
pieces of silver he has a large number of
conncrs of different nationalities, one
American penny being dated 1706. The
largest collection in Albany Is that of C. E
Browncll. one that probably contains the
Our Fruit Boxes. A great many of
the fruit boxes used in this valley, are made
at Grant's Pass. Albany ought at least to
make its own boxes, and we understand
an effort will be made next year to have
them manufactured here. The Willam
ette Packing Co. alone has used 4000 the
Hadn't Heard of It. Peter McKinney
came up Saturday night from Albany
where he had been leaking after his claim
on a fine farm on which he succeed in
maintaining his title in the court. His
many friends here are pleased to learn of
his lucky strike. Roseburg Review.
Farewell Party -Last Friday at the
residence of Mrs, Fish a farewell party was
given Miss Merrill, previous to her depart
ure for Californla.which she will make her
future home. A large number of young
people were present, and a very enjoyable
time is reported.
IK Sound Legal Opinion.
E Balrroridge Monday, Esq., County
Atty,, Clay Co., Tex., says: "Have used
Electric Bitters with moat happy results.
My brother also was very low with Mala
rial fever and jaundice, but was cured by
timely use of this medicine, Am satisfied
Electric Bitters saved his life."
Mr D I Wilooxson, of Horse Cave, Ky . ,
adds a like testimony, saying : He posi
tively believes be would have died, had it
not been for Electric Bi iters,
Tbla a,t eat remedy will ward off, as well
aa cure ell Malaria Dlaeases, and for all
Kidney, Liver end Stomach Disorders
stands unequaled. Price 60c. and $1, at
Foshey & Meson's,
CUBE FOB NICK HEADACHE,
Do you want a remedy for B'liousnees, Pimples on
the face, sod a sure cure for sick headache, ask Or.
(Ju'ss and Bon, the Druggists, for Dr, Qer.nit Live
Pills, try s dose, samples free fall box SS cent,
All kinds of woolen dress good are 25 per
eant cheaper than they were a year ago. Our
stock is all fresh, consequently we can give
yery low prices.
W. F. Read.
Look in our eorner show window at the
vases we give with one of the best baking
powders in the market. No lottery scheme :
you simply take your choice,
Browneli & Stanaro.
j Pftoher's Caetoria.
.11 TK HACK AOAIN.
The IteraiH, like a drowning man
clutches at a straw jute, manlla, ramie
and other textile grasses, and all because
these "straws" are put on the free list by
the republican tariff bid submitted the
other day. The editor of that paper chuck
les gleefully because from a species of In
stinct, he concludes that this Is a complete
answer to the position of the Democrat
on the jute sack question. But there Is not
a single crumb of comfort In the whole
matter for him. See how all this cause of
chuckling vanishes when subjected to
analysis. The Democrat Insists that jute
sacks, and not jute alone, should be put on
the free list. The Mills bill puts jute sacks
on the free list. Tills Is In the Interest of
the farmer. The republican bill puts a 40
per cer.s duty on jute sacks. This is In the
interest of one or two juc manufacturers
at the expense of the fanner. The Herald
rejoices that the republican bill stands by
the manufacturer at the expense of the
farmer. The Democrat as ever raises its
protests against taxing the farmers exclu
sively and a'one for the benefit of a few
jute manufacture. s. Sea tlie unfairness of
this republican bill. L'nder the present
law there Is a duty of 20 per cent, on jute
and this bill remove that duty wholly in
the Interest of the manufacturer. Under
the present lew there is a duty of 40 per
cent on jute sacks and this duty the bill re
uins in the interest of the manufact
urer, And this kind of robbery or. the
farmers of the country the Herald heartily
endorses But the esteemed Herald still
wanders in Egyptian darkness. It heart!
ly endorses the republican committee for
putting jute, manlla, ramie and other tex.
tile grasses on the free list, but the Mills bill
had done this thing long sg-i, so that
you now approve whet the democrats did
long ago. The Herald Is in a hole about
the safest place for it to be. But there i
another feature of this subject that we
must not overlook the fact that the Her
ald editor has become a free trader. Yea
air, an actual, open blatenl free trader.
He endorses the republican senate In his
heart of hearts. That bill put acorns on
the free list, therefore the Herald man Is e
free trader. Is It possible that he will thus
ruin the acorn industry In this country:
At another evidence of his being a free
trader we cite the fact that this bill put
human hair, raw, on the free list . Here Is
an asauit on the human hair hu.ustrv.
Shades of Blaine, what fatality now hangs
over our beloved country. Then again
this bill puts sand on the free list, and the
result will be that the sand industry will
be ruined. And last we now mention
that bristles, hogs' bristles, are actually put
on the free Hat, and we might go ad libit em
but enough ha been said to show that the!
whole bill 1 a free trade measure backed
up by British gold and British influence.
For some days the Oregnnian has had
ttanding In its column an extract purport
ing to be a resolution of the democratic
platform of this state of 1SS6. To show
how destitute that paper I of fair dealing
or honesty, we call the attention of repub
licans who swear by it to the moral forgery
It is guilty of In garbling '.he resolution.
The last clause In the resolution of the
platform reads as follows: wAnd we con
demn a republican congress in reducing
the tariff on wool and in increasing the tariff
on woolen goods. The Oregenian publishes
the last clause as follows: "And we con
demn a republican conirres in reducing
the tariff on wool and stops short as
though that was all of the resolution. This
kind of journalism is disreputable and we
must be permitted to express our surprise
that even the Qregonian would so degrade
itself as to garble the language of another
to as to dlttroy the real meaning. This it
does to retaliate on the democratic press o
the state for publishing copious and numer
ous extracts from that paper showing tha
until recently it has, for many years, been
an out and out tariff-for-revenue-only
paper . By the above garbled extract from
the democratic platform of 1886 it attempts
to show that the democrats are inconsis
tent in having been opposed to reduction
of the tariff on wool then and in favor of it
now. It will be remembered that demo
crats opposed the republican tariff bill of
1S83 on the ground that it raised the duty
on woolen goods while it reduced it on
wool. Democrats favored reducing on
both. This falsifying the record by the
Oregonian is in line with the general course
of that paper marked out for itse'f during
this campaign. One man at least has
learned to his sorrow that it is not safe to
bet on any statement made by that paper
Pillldill' DRI NK,
We have to say here no'w that we have
carefully read and weighed the argument
which the Orrio.iun from time to time
since 1SS1 up to the early spring months
of 1SS8 has presented in favor of tariff re
form, and have read and weighed with
equal care the argument presented by the
same paper since its remarkable "conver
sion" to that system of protection robbery
which it ers while denouncd vslth ho much
indignation, and in all candor must say that
Scotts argument as a tariff reformer is
much more forcible, sensible, candid and
logical than his argument as a defender of
our robber tariff system. We feel safe in
saying that with all the zeal his "conver
sion" inspires Philip drunk will never be
able to meet the argument of Philip sober
It is the almost universal opinion of people
republicans as well as democrats, that
Scott at heart is as much a free trader as he
ever was, and that the only reason why he
new stultifies his conscience and manhood
is on account of the exigencies of party re
lationship. It is not to be wondered at
that he should now be acting in the role of
"Philip drunk" in view of the fact that he
with party zeal and obligated duty sup
pertfi the free whisky platform of his party.
The Portland Daily News says that the
Democrats want to remove the duty on
wheat. This is a pure fabrication and the
News knows it. The Mills bill as it passed
does not tuch the duty on wheat.
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