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THK OlindOMAN IS "Ol'"."
Tlin Oregftiilnn Man Turn 1'riiplirt Anil
Arffii. I.IUo n Clioruli.
l'ouTiiAMi, On., Ajirll 4. Tito Oregon
inn of thin morning naya editorially: fliu
failuru of the Detnoeratle convention ut
Pendleton to HiiIkIi in ono day 1m nug
gestivo of eurrentH that mako no eigu on
Hurfucu, but all In hatiuonlniiH. mo tbo
roortn May. Hut wo cannot I elievu thin
Ih ho. If ho, why tills delay in framing it
platform tli.it i.,lght bo w'llitcn in thirty
minuted. The trouble undoubtedly ftf
with the tarill' question. Tlw gtowcra of
wool protent agaiiiHt tho schemo to free
wool and tax wooIcuh, a Hchemo which
putH tho burdoiiH, ho called tarill' reform,
on tho producerand lcaveri manufacturerrt
more prollt than they had ocfnro, which
cutH tho producer in value of bin product
but given him no relief In cheaper cloth
log. Of eourno the end will bo a ttiumpb
of mamtgerH over the proteNtiug pro
ducers. 11 us platform will bo all tho
ndmhdHtratlon wautn. IntetentH of tbo
eoplo will bo forced to tho wall by the
tower of tho politicians, working to huh
tain national administration. 1h
nceeHHary for .Mr. Cleveland, that tbo
DomocratH of Oregon, a wool producing
.State, Hhould Hiipport IiIh policy of free
trado and taxed woolctiH, and that report
go forth to tblrt ollect, and to thin ollticul
ncccHhity tho intcrobtH of tho produccrH
There will Iik an effort to calm the lis
coutcut that thiri outrage mukeu by all
manner of "eoncowdonH." Tho wool
producing dlstrlctH will bo given whatev
er they want In tho way of nominccH and
miscellaneous icKolutlonH. Wool growers
cannot bo flattered Into forgetfulnesH of
the. inJiiHtlco involved In a Hyutcm which
nbandons wool producers to tho eomiotl
tlon of tho world and protects manufactu
rers of woolens.
a comvlku: iiu nr.
TlielTrscnee or a; C, II. A Q. l'relelit Car
Drive JUu rnuii Hielr I'ott.
Ciiio.Mio, April 3. Not a wheel turned
In the Michigan Central yarils after hovoii
o'clock this morning. While thero was
no Htriko declared, Ibis end of tho road
was completely tied up. Kiigluoors, fire
men ami switchmen walked out of tbo
yard uud deported their duties, on nc
eount of tho preseneo of a C, 11. & Q.
freight train, which was delivered yester
day, accompanied by tho announcement
that tbo .Michigan Central management
hud determined to handle all ficixlit de
livered to them without taking into
Hiderutlon from what road it camu.
Ilrolileil In llullil ii HiiKwr Itullnery at
PiiihADKLi'iiiA. April a. Clans Snreck
els, tho Pacillo coast Hi'gar rotlnory, has
nodded to nulla ins oasiorn reimory in
or near Philadelphia. Tho purchate of
the mto was to Do cousummuieu to-uay.
At least $5,000,000 will 1 investod in tbo
outorpriKo, all of this vast amount to bo
nuppllod by Sprecklos himself. Tho
capacity of tbo proposed rotlnory will lw
at low estimate, L'.uuu.uuu pounus ot re
fined sugar a day.
Prohibitionists uml Hiitmon.
Poiiti.anii, Aptll il. Altutit twenty-four
I'roulDlttoulstH assemuicd hero to-day
and adotited a platform ami nominated a
lull county ticket.
Somo llltceu hundred Chinook salmon
arrived in Portland to-day by train uud
boat from points between bore and Ote-
gon City. They aro tbo first of tbo
Tlin Insane Act of a Mother.
Nkw Yoiik. April a. Mrs. Tilllo Slim.
aged thirty-live, while laboring under a
temporary nt oi insanity mis morning
throw her twelve-year-old son out of tho
fourth story window of tho house they
occupied uud then jumed out after him.
isotn were fatally injured and cannot re
cover. Iteturneil to Work.
Kansas Citv, April 3. Having lcon
assured that no C. 11. A Q. freight cars
would 1m) bundled by tbo Hantu Fo road
tbo strikers on that road havo gono to
work, and tho stagnation of freight tralllu
on this lino is comparatively at an end.
WAbiHNOTo.v. 1). C, April 3. Tho
IIouso Commerce committee has ordered
a favorable roort of resolution to provide
congressional Inquiry into tho engineers'
strike now in progress on Westorn rail
roads, Taklnc In Oregon.
Sak FitANcisco, April 3. 0. P. Hun
tington, Charles Crocker and A. N.
Towno left to-night for Portland. Their
Intention is to spend threu or mora days
I in Oregon, looking over tbo field with a
view of extending Iboir lines,
Dancer to Life and Property,
I Washington, April 3. Tbo resolution
t to investigate ('., II. & I, strlko says lo
' comotivo engineers now employed aro in
comiietent, and that tho resumption of
public duties by tbo C, II. A Q. road is
' fraudulent, mere preteiiho, and a gross
1 imposition on the liublle, placing in im
I mlncnt peril liotb life and property.
I Pearl Pego Purdoued.
1 Sai.km. On.. April Oovornor I'en-
noyor granted full pardon to Pearl Pago
this evening. The reasons givon .by tbo
jury which brought in tho verdict wero
that when who committed tbo act charged
she was under tho influence uud coercion
of another person.
.Serted Him Itlglit.
Haii.uv, Idaho, April 3. J. L. Smith
was shot nnd killed yesterday by his
wife. Ho bad been exceedingly cruel to
his family. Ho drunk considerably dur
ing tbo dav, and threatened to whip his
wife and children. Ills wife retreated to
an adjoining toom and tho husband ad
vanced. Sim picked ut) a rlllo ami shot
him dead, the Millet striking above tbo
left eye, blowing thu top of bis head oil'.
.Mrs. thnith at ouco surrendered to the
A Drop In Oil.
Nnw Yoiik, April 3. The price of oil
fell six cents a gallon to-dav. Tho mar
ket was completely demoralized. Dealers
cannot explain tho sudden earthquake of
tho prices of oil.
llrliunpit t'i Vnrk.
Ciiicaoo. April 4, '2 p. m. Tho Michi
gan Central yard employees huvo returned
to wotk. F'pon what terms tho strlko Is
declared oil' could not be ascertained.
I I r Hug. at WhIIii Wiillu.
Walla Walla. Apt II 3. At tbo exam
ination of thu alleged hotel Incendiaries
to-day, the night watchman of thu Aurora
hotel confoHNid that tbo parties arresteil
prepared thu way, ami he set tiro to thu
Intlammablo material by applying a
IUittk, Mt., April 3. Yesterday after
noon, F.uoch G. Kellogg fell down tbo
clmto of tho Lexington, a distance of ono
hundred feet, and was instantly killed.
Spring I'n.lilons I, O, O. V. (irand T.oilga,
ItryiilnrCorrepomlenco of thoK. o-
Poiitlani), On., April 2, 1888.
Tho now spring goods are now dls
played in great variety in both wool and
cotton materials and are unusually boau
tlful and tempting. Almost every color
seems to no m style. Among mo pret
tiest nro goblin bluo, terra cotta. golden
brown uud heliotrope. Largo plaids nnd
stripes will bo very fasbtonablo, also fig
ures and odd mixtures of various colors,
llralding ln'ads, cords and balls will lo
much used for trimming. Drajierics nro
growing plainer nnd less baullont, mul
let mo whisKr a secret that can no longer
bo concealed tbo bustle l.i slowly, but
surely drifting into thu past. A great
many of tho now cottons come In pat
tern suits of every conceivable color, and
nro very mticn emliroldered. .Most
of tho now spring ulsters have
eltbor caiHJS, hoods or over-sleeves
uud .aro otherwise motuphorizod
until thoy aro very "smart, " indeodi and
very serviceable also. There is good
news to tell alsjut tho coming bonnet uud
hat. Damo Fashion has takun oil" u sec
tion or two from tho crown and added it
to tlio lirim, where It will lie inucli more
acceptable. A modified sort of a tsjko
will bo stylish, with tho brim projecting
vnrv fur In fmnt. luit Ntriitilit Iiikiimi,! ni
' . v:. n--,-
llko tho ones wo Jiuvo bad
Many now shinies In turbans
aro shown, and tho lsmncts uru much on
tho eek-a-l)oo stylo, turning up to a
IKjint in tho center of tho front, uml cut
up slightly in tho back to give place for
tbo hair, which is now worn in a knot
half way up tho back of tbo head.
Tho (irand Islge of Odd Fellows of
Oregon and Washington will hold a grand
reunion on the (i'.itb anniversary of thu
order, In this city, commencing April -(I,
and extending over threo- days. William
11. Raines, Past (Jrauil Master of Cal
ifornia lias an invitation to deliver thu
oration. All railroad lines leading to
this city have granted excursion ratcH to
meiulers of thu order in Oregon and
W. A. Thomson, proprietor of tho
Casouo drug store, of Ibis city, will shortly
visit his old homo In Massachusetts. Mr.
Thomas has resided in Oregon cloven
years, during which tlmo, by close ap
plication to business, und square dealings,
lie lias not only acquired a comKitoncy.
but also an enviable commercial and
Thu junior memlwr of tho firm of Clias.
Kohn & Co., took mo through their store
rooms tho othor day, and although "I
nover Indulgo," would not lot mo Icavo
until I had sampled somo of their old
"United wo Stiind." It wus thopiirour
tlclo. and old enough to vote. Yo Gods!
w hat a bovorauo. .My mouth wators at
this moment with tho thought. If you
will allow mo. 1 will sav in this connec
tion thut Chas. Kohn x Co.. aro whole
sale liquor dealers, and ulthough in busi
ness in this city hut six years, huvo hunt
up u lino business. Thoy carry a suiier-
ior lino of liquors and make u speciulty of
"United wo Stand" whisky.
TEN THOUSAND KKWAltl).
Will lie Paid for the Capture of William II.
From the Portlunu World.
Clrculurs havo reached this city offering
a reward of $10,000 for tbo arrest of Wm.
11. luscott, who killed Amos J. hnell in
Chicago in February 8th last. Knell was
millionaire, and ins who oilers tins
roward for sixty days from Murch 1-th
Tascott.who travels undor several aliases,
is about ?2 years of ugo, five feet uight or
nino inches blub, woiyhs iM) iwunds, is
ullm built, very erect, full round face,
heavy eyebrows, very fair complexion,
light brown hair, thin on top of bead,
promlnont hazlo uyes, small, dark inns
tncho, muv bo dved. His upj-or front
teeth show' gold filling, tbo uper lip being
drawn back, showing tbo teeth quite
plainly, tho lower jaw receding. Ho Is
rather good looking; shot in light hip,
scars on right leg, knee and doiii oinows,
Tho abovo roward will x
capture und detention until
:.i ,. i.l..
rin: i'ihst uu.n ok Tin: campaign.
A I. in hi nnd Knrnent r.xpntltlnn of Liv
ing I.Hiii'fii Preiouleil by it Mint Purcl
lilo uml i:toiiirnt Npruhur.
Although It was only rumored around
town yesterday that Colonel John P.
Irish would speak at the Opera Houso in
tbo ovoning, thu largest audience over
gathered to near a shaker in Pendleton
assembled promptly at seven o'clock, to
listen to tlio eloquent Californium He
wus introduced by Colonel J. K. Kelley,
and received by uproarious applause.
Mr. Itlsli said that ho camo hero sim
ply as a memlier of the ereift Democratic
fatnilv of this country and to get ae
qualuted with tho jieople, and for no
other purpo.-o. Ho bad lcen in this
Democratic family all his life and was
willing to do anything as a member of
this ureal household. Ho desired to
coiiml inent tho sauuclty of thu Central
committee in selecting tills Democratic
county, und especially this town as tho
seat of tbo convention, whero ho was
glad to say the school Iiouro was largor
than tlio county j.dl. 'lids wus u good
sign of tlio Intelligence uml well-being of
thu community. Wo were here to spend
a fow moments In consulting about tho
interests of the great organization.
Was glad to bo in Oregon, though
ho wus u citizen of California, to
consult upon questions that concern our
joint interests. He was glad to belong to
the party that has retained Its national
puriiosos through till the mistukes of
leadership nnd tho despiteful treatment
of its enemies. Ho was glad to welcome
our Kopubllcan followed! izvns to unite
with us mi measures. Houuitlmofi bo
was advlied to pilch into Republicans.
Hut bo recognized that that party had
been tho uutbor of many an act that will
always lw distinguished. Ho was not
here to abuse thu .Republican party. It
was made up of his countrymen, and he
believed them to Isj tho !loer and pick
of thohuinnn race. Ho did not believe
that any organization made up of any
considerable number of his countrymen
could Iks nuulo up of mon wholly wrong.
Then bo wished to dismiss all questions
of past prejudico. Many old Repub
licans had formerly boon Dumocrats und
be believed thoy recognized ill tbo Issue
raised by tho Presidents message a re
vival of tho doctrines of their youth. Ho
was not jrolng to quarrel with what thoy
did us Republicans. Ho was more in
terested in tbo future than In thu past.
Tho Democratic patty is now in powur.
It has been in power for neatly lour years.
It Is not now a mere party of negation.
Hence wo nro no longer fault tinders.
Wo uru churned with rostioiisibillty of
formulatlui! policies. During tho cam
I pulgu of 1881 wo w ero told that thu county
! would lo paralyzed by Democratic success,
that rebel dolifc would be paid. Unit pay-
- . - ... -
IIIUUl OI puilt-iuiin ii) oui uunnui-
dlors would ceaso. This was all
sincerely believed. Hut ho result
has been different. Tbo Republicans
havo been threshing tlio air uismi de
priving soldiers of itenslons. Hut at thu
head of tho pciinloii bureau is a sol
dier, sorely wounded on tho Held.
Ho nays out eighty millions this year to
soldiers us pensions appropriated upon
the report of a Democratic committee.
Did wo realize what was eighty millions?
It was more than thirty million dollars
more than thu revenue of tbo government
up to 18(11. In tho past twenty years wo ,
havo paid out as pensions more than all
tho nations of F.uropo have paid out in
L'OO years. And in that -00 years tbo
sKakor enumerated tho wars that had
occurred. Ami wo hud paid without
Tho sienkur bad read In Republi
can papcrH criticisms of 'bo public
land policy of Clovel.inil That
public land policy is dlsaguau! J. to
some iwrsoim. Ho could describu lb .
land policy in thu language of au old
book, wo sometimes read that language
in which Solomon said: "I will uproot
thu houso of tbo unjust, but thu laud
mark of tho ioor I will establish." Ami
that is tho land policy of tho Democratic
administration. Our Republican friends,
after very copious prophecies of business
dlsustor, havo boon compelled to confess
that things huvo grown no worse than
they were. Hut thu administration found
an uccuniulation in tho Treasury fur Isj
vond thu needs of tbo government. So tho
Wesident says to lioth political parties:
"In 188-1 you promised that the;
surplus should dlsapeur, by thu
remission of necessary taxes. Now como
up and j)orforin your promises." Then
tho cry wont up of freo-trudo, Rritlsh
gold. etc. Wo nnva had too much jk1I
tlcs in our business in this country. It Is
not a healthy statu of ullalrs when busi
ness dojiends upon legislation. Ho was
in favor of a divorce, without alimony,
between business and ij!tlcs. Invest
ments hud been delayed, mon havu held
back until Congiess could act. Mer
chants werecautulus alwut laying In their
stock of goods until they could bear from
Congress, Tbo young man about to
murry would toll his sweetheart thoy
would have to wait until ho could say
what Congress wus going to do. And
then when Congress would
nil say "Congress has gono homo; wo
can go to work." Tbo seaker related
an anecdote. Ho had ls'en asked to sit
up with n sick man, whoso wife left mi
nute Instructions for giving medicine ev
ery half hour. I)ut tho sick iiuin wont
to sleep ami so did tho watcher. When
the good woman returned the next morn
ing, und found that no medicine had lieou
given, sho wuh greatly alarmed. Hut the
wli'itn Imil rofroxhnd the Kick man. and be
pain ioi inn (.U0(i jor hroakLict in tlio morning wnen
ofllcers with 10 awoke, nnd recovered. So tbo busi
ness of tho country had been waited up
...... . . . . . . . , ,
! every half-hour to take medicine. It
I wanted to bo let alone for awhile.
, lint because the President has made
' a modest proposition that we shall do
I uwav with unnecessary taxation, It is
1 Rritlsh free trado, etc. All over tho
I country they ure crying out for tho wool
Interes'ts. He thought tho sheep raiser
no more entitled to protection than tho
lioi! ruber or tbo cattle raker. Protec
tion never hud anything to do with tho
prico of wool. In 184(1 there was almost
ireo trade in wool. Yet under the war
tarltl'of 1807 tho price of wool was less In
tho Boston market than under tho tarill'
of 18 ltl by 1M cents u iound. The output
of wool In Oregon last yoar was fifteen
million pounds. Lot tho wool-grower tig
ure on what ho would havo got ut - I
cunts Increase. Ilo did not believe
that protection piotects tho wool grower.
Tbo cry was only tho oiler of tho manu
facturer to tho sfieep men to make com
mon cause. Hut wo can't all lo shop
herds. There are farmers who raise
wheat. What protection do thoy got?
None at all. Docs it nover occur to
you that you are not farmers in tho
sense, in which men were farmers a hun
dred years ugo? Rapidity of transporta
tion uud facilities of inter-communication
have mado you International merchants.
You ure nil concerned In tho trado of tho
world. Fvery farmer hero, is con
cerned with crops in India. Ho Is
oven interested in tbo chestnut crop
of Italy, because tbo Italians make
flour of chestnuts nnd nfTcct tho
world's tnurket for wheat Hour. Tho
fruit grower isau international merchant.
Ho is interested in knowing the fruit
crops of foreign nations. Considering
yourselves us international merchants,
what protection havo you got? Tho
tatlirputsu tax on the Iron In your ma
chinery, on your juto sacks, for your
grain, on everything you use. It has
1)0011 doing this for -0 years ami tho
government did not need tho money.
If you havo usurplus that you wish to sell
to tho foreign nations you must buy
of them. It is a rule between man and
man. What does thu turlll" do to tho
wheat growers of this country? Your
wheat Is sold In Llverissd. Tho price of
your wheat hero Is tho sumo us at Liver
Iool with Insurance and freight ami
othor charges deducted. You tiro raising
wheat in comotlUon with Kuropo. Hut
legislation says you cannot buy wbero
you will. You havo lo take it freo tiado
price for your surplus, but you nro com
iHilled to buy In u protected market.
What is tho result? Thu government of
Knglund is not a fool, though thu speaker
had a hereditary dlU'croneo with It.
It was compelled by tho piotee
tlvo policy of America to quit
buying of us. Sho subsidized great rail
ways to bring wheat to tide water. Slnco
cheap India wheat has Ismiii coming into
market wheat has Isjoii cheater.
FatmorH nay that thoy cannot ralso
wheat at a prollt. Tho wheat farmer's
cancer, thu mortgage, apears iiihui your
records. Flftv-six per cent, of thu farms
uru mortgaged for sixty-flvn per cent, of
their value, if you glvu him tho richt to
tax sixty millions of pooplo ho would got
rich. Tho country luw grown in wealth,
but tho wealth has lieen bunched
In thu hands of a few, Wnlkor'M
census iort says that during thu
decado of 18-VM11 tho iwoplo of this
country acquired wealth nioio rup
Idly than over before, uud (hero was a
more equal distribution of It than ever
since. And this Is tho reason why you
find tho farmers, of tho great .Mediter
ranean States, Republicans nud all, pass
im: resolutions commending tho i'tusi-
dent of tho United States. Hut to gut
back to the iironos on. ihu isioplu
of thu country this year, when thoy vote
for President, aro asked to votu for what?
Whv, simply tins mat mo system ot
tnrifr luxation which produces tho sur
plus shall Ui abolished, nnd that wo will
leave Ibis surplus In tho hands of thu
isioplo. Tho uupumicnuH say taxa
tion Is tho road to tirosjuirlty.
Taxation Is a great blessing. Tho
seaker then referied to tho recent
scccheH of Sherman and Ingalls, and
said from them you would judge that ba
tted Is tho road to happiness uml taxation
is u road to wealth. Ho then read an ex
trait from u speech of Sherman's mado
sixteen years ugo, favoring a reduction of
tho tarllr. Tho sieaker thuu attempted
to conclude his siH'ech.but was called out
by viKilforous cries of "go on." Ilo do
sired that overy man in Oregon should
understand that thu Democratic party
and its president bear biui no malice.
Thu Republicans say to tbo wool-grower
that wo aro his enemies, Wu isdlovu
that thu ollcy w o advocate will help biui.
Tbo condition of tho wool growers ro
minded him of thu iiiuu who fell down it
shaft, but caught on a rafter and called
for help, No help came. Ho held on
and prayed, and w hen he could hold on
no longer ho let go in despair, oxtiectlug
to Is) killed, and fell just three inches.
That Is tho llx of tho wtsjl grower. Tho
Republicans would mako you Iw
I love thoy cm make u fleece
grow on a hydraulic rum. Ho referred
to the tux on tin, salt, etc., used in
tho canning industry of this State; id
ludod to tho fact that thu salt with which
tho farmer cuius his bogs pays. UK) Jer
cent, whllo that with which tho New
Kngland fisherman euros bis codfish is
freo. Ho Isdibvod In Jeirerson's theory
of a government of equal rights to all,
with seclal privileges to none.
Tho speaker then alluded to tho reports
ubout his coming hem to represent tho
President. It was said thut tho Presi
dent was a silent partner of his. Hut ho
was heio at his own cost and was upon
a neighborly mission to cultivate a
friendly feeling between tho two States.
Tho speaker concluded amid hearty ap
plause and threo rousing cheuru propoKOd
by himself for tho President,