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I RPIV. ATTHIINHY AT LAW.
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iiHKES. CONTUACTOU AND
rviif I end I etn it , Oreiron. rniuitry
lolfcif r' "'"ftlf furnUlieilon
TH E TARI FF
Htis been taken oil both
Woolen and Cotton Goods
Not by Congress, but by
ROTHCHILD & BEAN
And thev now offer their Large and Complete toek of
FREE TRADE PRICES, for CASHI
Examine their goods, get their prices, and convince yourself
that the above are not mere assertions, but that they will sub
stantiate what they claim. Theirs is not an "Infant Industry,"
thereiore they have discarded 1'roteetwe Trices, and will ireely
meet competition from all quarters. They carry a
General Merchandise Stock
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Men's Boy's and
Unildren's Ulotnmg-, Furmsning uooas,
Mens Ladies and Children's Shoes
Straw and Felt Hats, Crockery
GASH PURCHASERS CAN SECURE BARGAINS
AND THE NEW YORK WORLD
From now until after the Presidential election
in November for
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VAM WIlKINsijK. I'HACTICAL
1 ' IV ,li. 1 V l,l.l.,Vl, rfld
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iV. f iirtou. 101110-
r t ' spcolull;
J-Mt-r on. an kiu,u of menu
r i 1 n 11 nils.
-'"oiiw.. HAl) AT THK
Mnti.rir ir umn inoso or
. uou.b iq Kattern Orexou
Great Western Bakery.
A FIEST-CLASS MEAL!
A NICE, CLEAN BED FOR 25 OR 50 CENTS
Firosh Eastern Oystors, in Evory Stylo!
OPEN DAY AKD NIGHT!
Main Street, near Postojllee, Venmeum
W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO.,
Wine and Spirit Merchants,
63 FRONT ST. - - - PORTLAND, OREGON
CYRUS NOBLE BOURBON AND BY! : WHISKIES; IOS WMg
QOOT PON SAROW I CHAMPAGNE.' (Yellow Label.) I a 1
DKATII til' (1KNKHAI. HIIKIltDAN.
An Iilahn .TiiiIko Dlmnlvrii an Injunrtlon
HOilK 1'I.AIN KACT8.
A Frw of thr Miiny I'opiiUr 1'olttlcnl
To the Kill lor o( the Kiut Ureicoiiluii,
"Wool Is ft product uf tho North, and
Aln.t n 11. It. A N. llrnol.A I'lm. tllO II1UIIHU1VH 01 1110 ftOFIIl IllUBl 1)0 TO
damn In 1'orlUnH YrterUy. tlirdod. So Hilld tllO WuVS uud McuilN
OKNKitAt. XII iciti dan DKAii. 'rho uIjovo !a taken from tlio Gazette ot
Aui!utUd. llio Wiiva und .Mcutm Com
Tlio Heart nlniculty Mmlilrnlr Itolurm.nnil lnlttoo Hllid 110 Mich tllitlC. The editor of
Ur Noon Hlnki Into Uncunirlounir.. Bad ) the (.iuzette flltd it, Ulld the public kllOWH
Death. he Hhuniufully lies. Huch u lio fairly
No.stii'iT, JIahh., Augiint (I. Gen. 1 BtinkH In print, lexus, u oultlerIl stute,
Sheridan died ut ll):i!0 p. m. hint niKht. ' ruiHOM more wool tli'tn ull tlte fsow l.n
Provioim toil :n0, thero hud been no pre-IBl'"d und Middle suites, lo niuuo u
moiiitlonrt recentlv of un unfavorable loint the IrreniionBiblo, thiii-bruined
ehniiKO. YeHterduv he vecnictl Boncrully ' creitturo, culled editor of the Imxutte, will
br iL'lit und cliecriul. H1h duiho wus huv unyiniiiu. giun no Huyn: - nir.
WHO IM I'KOTKCTKII.
Htrons. uud ho took u full Miimly of nour
inhmpnt. Tho doctora uud the fitmily
wero In hopeful Hplrltn. At 11:30 symp
toms of licurt fuiluro suddenly upK'urcd.
lteuiedlcs which hud proved HueccHnful In
nil previous uttuckH were uppliud, but
this time without ulTcct, unddoNpito ull
thut could ho done, the Gonerul Krudtiully
punk into u condition of complete uncon
HcioiiHtieHH, und ut 10:-0 breutUed his
lust. Tho Immediate cuuko of death wns
heart failure. Tho remote cuuko wuh
dlncaho of the initrul vulvc, the oxiHtenco
of which wuh known to 1 tiu physicluiiM,
tho family und hiuiHelf hint Novcmlier.
vicTonv roit thk idaiio koaii.
Mills, in his urutimcnt oikjiiIih; tho de
bate on tho Dill, made a strong plea for
frco trudo." A lugger lie never wum
penned, .Mr. Mills has never advocated
ice trudo, but lying hcciuh to bu a natu
ral gift with some men. Further,
he suyu: "Wo tiud a high protect
ive tariir on sugar." The present tarill'
on sugar is 78.15 pur cent. Thut
has been reduced 1.01 by tho .Mills bill,
uud Hopubllcuns like Kulloy and llaytie
opinio sucli reduction us opposed to tlio
principles of their party. This sumo
Hiiiiiuut editor says the object of the Mills
bill "is simply u scheme to court tho sun-
. tNirt of doubtful iiianufactiirinir Stute
tlio l.ast ut ino expoiiHo oi uepuuncau
StutpH nf the WeHt." und vet he suvs tho
Juile Murray M.hoIvm tlieNortlirrn la- uuftltlltttCO refused tllldioilCO to represeil-
cliie injiiiicilun, and Wink wilt lie lie- tutlvos of Southern Interests. Not satis-
1 lied with lying about Mr. Mills, ho oven
Si'okani: Fai.i.h, AtigiiHtll. AtMurruy, contrudlcts himself. Again he says:
Idaho, yesterday, Judge JiOgun dissolved "Until the Mills bill Is sat down uikw,
the injunction of the Northern I'acille 1 wool will not lie worlh uh much us baled
uuuiiiHtthe Wuslilm:tou & Idaho railroad,
restraining tho latter from extendliigtheir
road ucross tho projierty leased by tho
former, lying between Kingston und
Cieur d'Aluuo. Fifteen hundred moil
uro on tlio ground, uud will continue thu
work of grading to-morrow. Tho W. &
l. road Is a brancii oi tno u. it. iv i.
TIIKdAMK AT I'OHTI.ANII.
Tlio Clort und Mt KirltlliK (luiim Kvrr
I'layeil In tlm Nortliwmt.
I'oitTLANii.AiiLMisttl. It reuuired fifteen
innings to scttlo the contest between the
l'ortlands und VtiliamoitcH yesterday.
Following is tho ncoto by innings:
I .1 I 6 fl 7 M 11 lull l'il3M is
Wlllnmutlea..UUOU I I I 0 0 I 0 I) 0 J M
l'ortiuiuu iioouunuui U H 0 0-1
Tiio gauio was most stiiblwrnly con
tested, and was by odds the most exciting
game over played In the l'aclllo North
west. What llliilnx Will Do.
Nkw Yoiik, AugiiMt tl. It is roportcd
on good authority thut Itlalno will pro
Cecil directly from Portland, Muitio, to
the 1'ucillc Coast, making speeches ut
Jxjs Angeles, Sun Francisco, Sacramento
A Itrnrllt fur .Mcdulr.
Hi'ttk, .Mont., August (I. An oion
air jubllen for the IhjiiuIU of Munuger Me
Gufro, whoso ojiera houso wuh recently
burned, netted thut gentl'Miian ten thou
HoiintU ol Moiiriilne.
Cincinnati, O., August II. All tho llro from the musters' tables.
bellH uro tolling In couseipieuca oi tno
news of General Shuridau'H death.
Domini the Driiiumer.
Krom the Clilcuijo Mull,
A Chicago drummer balanced his chin
on tho edge of the seut in front of him,
su.vh u writer in tho Detroit Tost, uud
tickled a sandy-hulred pussenger's ear
with tho remark:
You've been In Chicago, of course ?" jami rt0 Chinamen Included
hav." or 3-5 of a cent a pound. As a
mutter of fact, the value of wool Is about
the same uh It was last year, and from
to 18(11, i'0-cent wool wus
free und I ho average price was
higher than under sixteen years
of a high protective turHI. otutlstlcH from
InL'-l to 1K.SS show that If thu price of wool
! was all'ected ut ull by the turltf, it rose us
the tarill decreased, but tins is some
thing thu editor knows nothing about,
neither do we uxiiect u muii who declares
tho Mills bill, which gives 42.40 protection
is a frco tnido measure to know much
ubout anything, or to lie ublo to discrim
inate lietweeu falsehood und truth. This
paer is tilled week after week with such
stiiir uh I huvo herein quoted. These
basv falsehoods und Hiuuders uro sent
forth us truth. Destitute of honor, candor,
or any pretence to oven decent journal
ism, tho llnod-gutcs of tilth, scum, dirt,
degradation, and all tliojiolltical vIlluiuioH
uio turned loso with u foil pursso to
rovel in u sea of wlltieal nustluess, uud a
determination to discount ull rivals und
shame Satan hiuiKolf.
Tliis Gazette is only a HecImon of other
little Iteptiblicun puiiers throughout the
Stute. They dure not publish tho fuctH
they know if they do their end has i-oiuo.
Tlioy know tho Douiooratio iiurty is forti
fied in itr iKisItion on tho tarill' by ull the
teachings of history's clusslu page, uud
by ull tlio demands of tho present, uud to
pleasu corporations, banks, money sharks
nun innxwiriiud aristocrats, tlioy crineo
uud fawn at thu iwt of tho rich und do
thuir dirty work for tlio crumlm tl. it fall
Iroin tlio musters' iiinies. l.ui ino ugiii
will go on; these lies will booxosud;
these hosts of evil uud fraud will bo de
feated driven back to tliolr native hell
by tho power of truth, uud heaven's clear
sunlight will sliiuo in the hearts of thu
tolling millions uud redeem Ilium
from tho shackles of tyranny, uud
tlio chuiitH of slavory forged for thuin by
the Hupublican party under tho delusive
cry of a high protective tarill' und protec
tion io American luisir, witu ireo wiiisny
"Where?" i pleased this tight bus come cupitul vs
uicago. I lalxjr tlio lluul result is not (louuuui.
An unccrtuln look camo Into tho sandy-1 wiU prevail; Democracy, tho cause
itr.ul oiiiii'u 11VAU f .1 '..1.. I 1., .I..r..,.l...l 'I'll..
haired man's eves.
"Let mo see," ho mused, retrospec
tively, " 'iiears to ino I must huvo pussed
through there. I've traveled a good
deal. I know I'vo heard tho nuiuo be
foro. What lino of road is it on?"
"Line of road! Why, it's tho biggest
railroad center on earth."
"Not bigger'n C'restllno, Ohio, Is It?"
usked tho passenger, with un amused ex
pression. "I'vo seen four trains to once
in Crestllno. wuitlng to start oil. Is Chi
of tho eoilo, cannot lie defeated. Tho
tollliiL' millions will seek free America.
Now is tho time for every Democrat to
light for his principles, for his country,
for truth und for justice. Tho Hopubli
can party is u conspiracy uguinst thu
masses, uud tho very spirit of Ainericun
liberty. It is thu seciul udvocato of
robliory of t ho iiiuny for tho l)enollt of
The llrel ltiulilrn I'ulli'jr,
cuco a iiluLo w hero tho trains stop for i
dinnor?" l Krom tho New York WorlU
"Nuw," said the disgusted druminor; j If tho Itopubllcun policy shall follow
"Chicuuo is u place wiiero tho passengers tho Kcnuhlicun platform it will proiioso
stop for dinnor." to sneml tho surplus, if itossibK, or fall-1
"Of course, that's what I iiieunt," ox- ing in that, to reduce it by abolishing tho
plained tho red-hulred man, gently, i internal tuxes on whisky uud tobacco.
"Fact is," hu went ou, with confidential Tho platform Is delinito upon this jKilnt.
frunkuesri, "1 havotruvoled so much und It declures tiiat tho tension list, ulreudy
been In so many dlllerent places in my costing more thun 80,000,000,
life that I don't pretend to remember 1 should be "enlarged uud extended ;"
inoro'ii u quarter of 'run, What's tho , it favorH nationul uid to common schools;
naino of tho hotel In Chicuco?" ' i it demands a reduction of letter ixMitjuo
"there Isn't any," said thu drummer , to one cent, and increased uppropriutions
gloomily. ' for tho navy, for coast fortifications, for 1
Then he walked forward to tho (liter, internal improvements uud for subsidies j
filled his mouth full of water, gargled his to the shipping interest. '
throat, whooshed thu liquid on tho (lour i Tho Sonuto bus ulready so faithfully j
and hung his head over tho corner of tho , followed this wlicy that tho uppropria-,
coal-box. i tloiiH passed by It at this so.slou would
"Who Is that ovdoyed, pink-haired empty tho Treasury of every dollar of
lumpy lagged, pruirio-eared liiicrolw at 1 surplus ami provont iiny reduction of i
tho other end of the cur?" ho unked of taxation for tho next twenty yuara. 1
tlio conductor. This is the Itupublicau licy in thu 1
"Do you moan that gentleman looking j eoncruto. Hut if this shull fail, Hays tho
out of tho window?" i platform, "wo favor the oullru reKul of
"Yaas." 1 Internal taxes freu whUky) rather than
"lie's a fish merchant from St. Ixnils." surrondr any part of our protective sys
tem. In otfcuplug iroin one dilemma
the Kepnblieau Senators have jumped
into uuother. Daru they utiibody thuir
platform in u hill? Or will they run
away from it?
fJrviittir limn Any IVillKir.
From tht 'HU 1'ri.iifiioo Aim.
Thuuias Jefferson founded tho Univer
sity of Virginia und tho Democratic party,
lio had no ancestors, uud hi descend
ants hao never gone unaind witli a
Ic-digreo pluived to their coats.
John It") inson, the noted bhowmun, is
dcud, ageil bO. i
A I'ortlnnd Cnrreponlent Hhonri the
Farmer How He N Itoliln'il-An "Infunt
1'onTi.AND, On., August A, 1888.
To the Kdltorof the Knit Orrnonlnn.
This sconiH to bo u iiecullarly uppropri
ato tlmo to cull attention In tlio most
forclblo manner, to tho blessings of a
"high protective tarill'," and to show bo
yond controversy w ho Is paying for tho
prosperity of somo of our infant Indus
tries. Thoro Ih formod ovory year a jiool
to corner wheat sacks, and this year bus
been no exception to tho rule. Ah u eon
sequenco sacks ure worth ftom 81,. to 1)
cents, which should reasonably sell for 6
und probably 4 conts each. 1 'tuko it for
grunted that no onu Will huvo the hardi
hood to deny a sack at 4 is chaajier
than ut 1) cents, or that every farmer
would bo directly benefitted by tlio cheap-
Th'ls is tho result the Mills bill will
bring alsjut if it liecomes u law. laud
spring tho buyers for the wool trust kept
repeating with increased timtlnn and em
phasis, "how glad thoy would bo to nay
more for wool if it wasn't for the Mills
bill." This wuh reicated so often that
wool raisers finally believed it, und sold
in shcor desperation. The facts were
that the Mills bill had as littlo to do with
the price of wool as an edict of tho I'.m-
nernr of China would ulfect tho movements
of the planets. To puss thls,it is enough to
know mat through these methods they
captured thu entire wool product of tho
Stuto of Oregon, and ho completely
covered their tracks In the dust of tho
MIIIh bill, that part of thu sheep men to
this day heliuvo thut thu buyers purchased
only through a sun so of charity.
However, many of theso same buyurH
hatidlu wheat sacks. Are they as per
sistent in their ellortH to educnto now uh
they weie this spring? Do thuy tuku tho
sumo delight in telling thu farmer thut
sacks would not cost more than llvucuutH
if thu Mills bill becomes a law. uh they
did telling the sheeiimun ull about the
deluge of cheap wool which was to Hood
All over thu country tho Itupublicau
press Ih relating that standard all wool
yard wide He, "that the purchaser
don't pay tho duty." Lot us see, In this
caso at any rule there can Ihi no mistake,
Kvery contract now drawn between tho
iui)ortorH und Calcutta, contains a cluuse
"that If the tarill" is changed it will lo
for or uguinst purchasers."
These sucks are inadu from jute which
wu don't raise. Why, then, should such
an unconscionable tax Ihi placed on tho
farmers. I will tell you. A Mr. Drexlur
and his associates In Oakland, California,
run an "infant Industry" making sacks.
Tills "cherub" einnloyH ulsmt WO
bunds, of whom Im) ure Chliiumoii,
uion of tho balance being girls w ho are
forced to couicto and associate with
these "protected Ainericun lulKirers."
Tills Mr. Drexlcr is u firm Isiliever In the
blessings of piotectlon. I know this Ih
true, because hu has said wo himself. I
know It will como like a shock of an elec
tric battery to these self'constlluted de
fenders ol American industry to Ihi told
that this "dear Mr. Dtuxler" Is the head
and front of thu "sack jiool" on this
coast. Sad im It may i-eeiii, such is tlio
'et. Mr. Drexler, however, has a set of
figuiu.i also by which hu proves that a tax
of forty hji cent, ou each sack Is u bless
ing to tho farmur (Mr. D. says ho Is go
ing to vote the Republican ticket.) Ah
wo use over 40,1X10,000 wjieut sucks on
tho const, Isoldes wool sacks, biirlups,
etc., uud they uro taxed f'.ity er cent,,
tho amount of this inonstroiis tux can bo
On whom does this burden fall? It
the pcopln who pay it can't answer, 1
What does thu Mills hill do to relievo
uh from this burden V
"Hags of jute for grain" placed on thu
free list; proront duty forty percent.
"Jute" placed on the free list; present
duty, twenty r cent,
"llurlups" placed on thu fiee list; pres
ent duty, thirty percent.
Is not this money whichenutd bu saved
us good In tho iKX'ketH of thu Umutlllu
county farmer us (t is In the United Stutes
treusury, or In the capacious picket of
thut "protector of American labor," Mr.
Drexler? No 1 , uh un oll'set to this oiler,
what do thu ltopublicaiiH present?
"fllKK WlllSKUY ANI TOIIACCO."
When a farmur says I ought to get my
sacks as cheaply as ossiblo, the ltepubll
can orator replies by presenting him with
a bottle of Whiskey ireu. ( I would say
here this Ih not tho first time In the his
tory of the world thut men's brains have
been stolen away by this same means,)
When the carpenter, tho blacksmith,
the miller; when any man who by his
lulWir creates value, says, give uh the
material, wo will do thu wotk, "Frco
tobacco" Is ollered on u silver salvor, Do
these defenders of this monument of
Iniquity think the isioplo will bo blind
forever. Do they think Suiiisoii'h locks
will never grow '! Novomlsir will soon be
here, ami I think these three principles
will lie tho result.
First, That each and every man Ih
entitled to do as ho peaso, hi long uh
ho lives within the laws and iImis lint
Interfere with tho lilsuty of unynuo else.
Second, 'lim! every man Is untitled to
tho fruit of his own labors. eja
T ilrd, That tho only taxation which
can be levied, will 1st fir thn'nuedrt of the
goornment f not individnuls) (s-onoiuio-ully
ailminiHlered. This is ull thu Deiuoo
racy contend for. T.
We usk overv reader of tho Daily uud
Hemi-Weekly Hht ()iimjnmn to en
deavor to secure one ur inoio campaign
Hiiliriirlliers to It ml m-c:y, to jso
vember l , 18K, 75 cents Dally $1,'J5.