The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, March 19, 1897, Image 2

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    D IP LO M A C Y C O N T R A S T E D W iT H W A R.
T H E
W E S T ,
—-rrsu a u ec «»•«■»
some of those • donts ;
mui »** bombino .—
O no, Mr*. Grumble, our hands »«*
pot loMe«l. l*rt « * bun)- with houae-
O as o o it t»W dnftos, for it » i>*rt of the W . 0 .
(lU M K C I,
L * * « CofTNTT,
' T. U. creed to make home the most at-
- - - cv •
tractive place on earth to liuslmnd and
W .H .W E A T IIE R S O N children, that they may not tie lured
away to the gildyd dens of Infamy called
AG á NTS F O R THE WEST
saloons, W« have not thrown off our
J . W, Boc»»* ’•
: - "B* p> Cre, armor nor laid down our weapons witli
Gardiner, Orc, whidi we wage our peaceful war for God
F a ask R cobrh J
and home and native land simply be
—AT—
decided not to talk »boat it, because lie
believes publicity at thia time would be
injurious. He added: "I believe the
F BOM OUB BKOVLAK OoitBKSrOBDBNT.
outlook for the ultimate success of in­
ternational bimetallism is very hopeful,
W abiiihoto . v , March 8th, 1897.
and that iny mission to Europe has at
The new administration, probably least not retarded it.”
the impossibility of «loin* any
work until the edge has toen taken off
T H E o u r v ON L U M B E R .
of the flying wedge of office seekers of
t(#
men who are after the
pj>)VB not <overed by civil service T icom a Ledger:
The lumber industry of this ■opn try
rules—is taking things as leisurely as
nearly
Today tl» new memtora of represents an investment of
the ,.abine, are for the first time nil i) |I ,090,000,009, with 2),0°° mill , pu.'tng
Me- $250,000,(MW in wages annually to more
their offices, hut like President
Kinlev, thee V C devoting their time to than 600,000 persons who are directly
W A S H IN G T O N
LETTER.
Herald Disseminator:
There apjiears to lie dawning upon
human understanding, the fact that war.
devastation and dcstru tion. are not the
tost nor the more »ucccsaful methods of
extending and permanently esjpblishing
control and supremacy. Diplomacy is
most assuredly h more potent and suc­
cessful implement when intelflgentJy
handled. This has la . n shown in ih e
Is An
O d Stand W ith An Up To Date Stock of
O N E R A I ★ .MERCHANDISE
extension of
Russian government^ . uv v b
marks that the “bell« t -»t
W e aeslre to -Aake Speeiy Salei, An J Are
continue to pursue a peaceful foU«Ei ,»
T H E SH JSLA W C O U N T R Y .
cause no saloon exists lure at tl» prea-
based upon the fact that she as g -ned
ent time. It has lieen here, its evil
W illing to Take SM ALL PROFITS. And
employed. Tariff makers, therefore, more by commerce, diplomacy amt in-
An-ong the nvede of this PCrt of Ore-
uru Hl¡n apparent, and so long aa visitors and not to work.
lb. «re com pell« i to take the lumber in-
ja a larger number of intelligent indun- ,nen t.an to found who will lend their
trigue than could probably have 1 een
in Many Cases None Whatever.
The holding of a caucus by tlie rep
under careful consideration.
trious settlers to occupy «nd improve ¡n a„em.t. to Xhe liquor element by lie- licwu senators, ostensilily for the pur
achieved by war, The net results to
Aihaon chairman This great and thriving bwhtfe« has Russia m tenitory nn-1 wealth of the a -
the land now ly.n; vacant or in aa coming tondsnien, we are liable to have
pose of electing Mr
suffered greatly from the " tlson bill, liance against Napoleon weredisapt-oh t- If You Want to S ve Money TRADE W IT H
unimproved condition. Tlie peopla wto this curse foisted U|»n us a. any time.
of the caucus in place of John Hiierman,
‘on'dder
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‘ ‘“f ing to Alexander I. while the bound­
are here now have improved tail a email ! Agitation is tlie life of reform. Hence
hgt really to
US, And Yod Can Do So.
wrong
which
has
been
inflicted
upon aries of the empire was not enl rged by
part of tlie laad Hurt »• fit * * uultiva- our work ia to continually agitate tlie sule
of attempting to fill the committee
ject of temperance, and thereby create | vacancies lias stirred up the silver the lumbermen and to put tlie industry the war waged against Turkey In 1877- Rul03 Are 3u )h aa to Leave no ’Justionaa
tlon,
People w ho w is h fo engage in fruit ao strong a aeutiiuent in favor of pure
uj>on a living basis again. The rep- 78. But the quiet and forceful work o.
senators to fever heat, and if men like
to VALUE-
raising can find numerous places wliere;
hvv, Ul<t
ve(ltler o, ,„tox-
resentations whicii have lieen made tlio cabinet haB spread Russian influence
Senator Teller can have their way, tlie
fruit will grow well, that can 1)0 taken
liquor will not be tolerated in
lie allowed to tbe committee thus far show mai ami power over Turkestan, into Persia
republicans not only wdll not
no particular section of the country
AS homesteads or those wto tovo aowe
(Wllluunixy.
to take their choice of the existing cone ¡„ more interested in the luml-er in- and throughout Manchuria and Core
money can buy laud having some lui- ( The question ia asked, “ wliich is liest, lotHKeimir
Ha l this vast undertaking been cat r- d
mittee vacancies, hut will lose all
dnstry than others. The industry is , on with arms some congress of Berl n
provenienti fora reasonable price. Tliose ; to sell without a license or with ItT”
important committee chairmanships
broad as the land itself. There is not ¡ might have stepped in to check the t..
desiring stock ranges can also And It is liest not to sell it ut all. We do not
,
¡ tliey now hold. The silver sertetors, a single state in the union where it Roes
many good - locations and witli tlie believe in license either high or low ; ¡
D E -IRE TO IAY IN A WINTER SUPPLY
sian advance anil make over Oriental n i O S E
W H O
populists, republicans and demorr.tta
While more geography to suit itself; but as matters
creamery ready for operation this we stand firmly ami forever on a no
.
i •< At
not prevail to sonic extent, wh
P
com ubined, are a majority, and if they
it as stand even England can find no grottn-ls
.
hi * than thirty of the states c u lairn
ll
S h o u ld C a ll a n d O b ta in
spring as soon as t 'e dairy season opens ’ ' license platform, but so long as our
together, it will
•
} can i be induced to vote together
their lea-ling industry. It lias been oi intervention, though
stock raising is suretoinervase in ¡«aparto
rnu|Cnt !<!rulite liquor to tie mann-
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L-c an easy matter to reerganixe
al... Cli«dt‘itv 1
anco as uu ia iustry on the ßiuslaw lectured ami sold, and is a partner in senate tom in it tees and put the ,.onlroi ' estimated that at least 3.000,000 P*-r- ftni, presti^ iu tl,8 {.,Ttller east slipping
the hands o f' ’’on* are dependent upon it, directly into alien hands.
People who wish to settle in a country j
,|||<ilwM( we j„ not hesitate to say
of all the imjiortant ones in
and indirectly. Tlier -fore the ways
where they cun amuse themselves with that w e have more respect (lith e word i
‘ What the Russians are doing is pre
the silver men. ,Shoul<l thin lx> done it
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and means committee was not sur cisely wliat tlie Romans did to fou-t1
gun or lisliing ro I can bore find tilings can tie used in this connection) fir the ,
would not oeceaaarilly isflplv that tlie
prised to receive earnest* appeals from tlie empire which hail its boundur es at
to their lilting in that diruction. In tin» man who by legal process secures his}
tariff bill wHld be in danger, ns
restor­
hills back from the settlements the license and openly deals with the ac- num))<ir o{ ,n ver genators have pledged «very part of the coui.try lor
London, Thebes, Gibralter and tlie
ation of adequate duties to tlie diffcr- Oaucaaua. As a general tiling tlie Ro­
sportsman can find doer, boar or other cursed stuff, than for one who profc
themselves not to antagonize that mea-
schedule. Lumber is mans sent their traders first into distant
game; farther hack elk way 1» found j Ing Ijetter things, sells it on the sly
sure, but it would in numerous other «nt items of the
occasionally; ty.iile Vie streams afford | and xlefrauds tlw government qf the re­
not
a
raw
material.
From 60 to 85 lands. What these pioneers did to make
, ways be unpleasant for the new
good troutfianing and in the proper1 quired stipend.
per cent, of tlie value of tlie rough friends for Rome was supplemented by
administration.
,
. product as it is delivered
in the log at I devices of statecraft. Finally tlie ‘bar
season the rivers contain great num­
dt
Now Mrs, Grumble, if yon are such
Now that Senator Hanna, who is c a sawmill represents lal-or. The only
bers of salmon,
a lister of “whisky and whiskey sell­ 'chairman of the republican national
barians' found Route in dispensable to
For tl» luni’wrman our forests will ing” why not join the W. O. T. V. uml
! raw material in tlie lumber industry to them, and by a natural process of ab­
I committee, occupies a seat adjoining
| is the tree us it stands in tlie forest, sorption tiieir country came into tlie
afford excellent returns for id» Inbor us lend a helping hand in helping on the
that of Senator Marion Butler, who is
K ppjw * h D i l l H u p • ' ! E x i r a Ç . i m l i t )
soon ns there is a market fur the timber. good work of rescuing not only tlie
i hut even then the labor of felling the neighlwring mass. When tlie Romans
Wit,i tli« moiiov tliat is to la» expended drunkards of to-lay, hut the Itoye who chairman ol the populist national com­ • timber and getting tlie logs to tlie got possession tliey were ready to defend
mittee it lias l»-en jokingly suggested that
mills is worth more thi|n the timber tlie new frontiers thus established with
this year ,n jetty work in addition to are growing up to fill the places of those ‘
Senator Jones, of Arkansas, who il
the
Bins-
as it stood. It was shown that tlie all tlie strengtli of their legions. It will
what has already lieen done,
wl»o are staggering along tlie broad road J
chairman of tlie democratic national
labor required to produce 1000 feet , lie tlie same way with Russia in Asia.
law, if improvements are continuel] to eternal death. If you should chance j
committee should move his seat along­
ought soon to lie- ime a g»> l harbor to belong to the sterner ssx, but have (
of lumber ia approximately the same One -lav Manchuria ami Corea will HARDWARE,
TINWARE,
LOOTi-c\ H .t 1>,
having a safe and a -y entrance for taken refuge under a woman's signature,, side of tliose of Hie other chairmen, so that is required to produce a ton of pig coalesce witli tlie czar’s empire w ith o u t
H ATS ä CAPS,
Ml D lL lN E -,
NI Tb & LANE U s,
that when tilings get dull, the trio could
good site I vessels, thus ».lor lia« a goo 1 we still say, pay your dollar and lie- .
iron, which is dutiable at $4 a ton. a shot being fired; after tliat, let him
amuse tliemselves exchanging campaign
I'OBACCD,
UlttAKS.
H KNIS111RG 4'V«<I>
Again, 1000 feet of high-grade dressed try to recover tlie lost territory who
chance for shipping oar lumber away uome an honorary member. Come o u t,
exjs riences. It does seem a little odd ,
lumber could not lie compared with a may have an army hack of him.
to market.
from your hiding, give your money, in- j
that tlie chairmen of tlicso three nation­
To those wanting a home convenient ! fluence, aud vote to tlie cause of temper-
ton of structural iron, dutiable at $8 a
“While tlie process is going on tlie Goods as Represented.
Prkes W ill be found Reasonebu
to school that they may »v« a il.im a anca. “Therefore by their fruits ye shall - al committees should ail lie in tlie sen- Ion. Lun t er is on tlie free list, and ez ir may be louke I to to preserve ti.e
j
ale
together.
to educate their c4i 1 re
wa thjr.k «nr know them.
the lumlierinen make a reasonable com­ peace of Europe. He does not want his |
It is already evident even to tliose plaint tliat this is not just.
part of tlie state makes a good allowing
schemes of expansion to he interfered
.V n iiiig fr s
who are not particularly close observers.
in thia respect. In Lane county about
! witli by any one. Quite likely when tlie
' that Prevalent McKinley is trying to
one district in five voted a special tux
ONE FRAUD DO W N ED -
! Franco-Russsia alliance gains more per­
T O B U IL D U P S C H O O L IN T E R E S T S , put liimself and his administration ttp-
to support its school. On t l» Smslaw
spective tlie world will see tliat B u i» » ’
j on friendly terms with tbe senate, somc-
with nino districts bordering on tide­
Uuattt Mall:
entered into it quite as much to che k
! tiling that neitlier President Cleveland
water and one of these organixsd but a Cnqutll« City B ulletin:
One of the change« in tffe tariff of the warlike aspirations of France as
Tlie time is not far distant when nor President Harrison succeeded in do­ which we may feel sure is the change 1 those of Germany. So far us tlie al­
few months ago, there ire fo ir districts
that voted a special tax ranging from tlie several county district's spring ing ami in fact neither tried very hard to from ad valorem to specific duties. liance lias made peace si- ntre, and time
DEALERS, IN AND MANUFACTU RERS OF
two up to twenty mills on «sub dollar term of public school opens. In con­ do. Whether President McKinley will There is no doubt but tliat tlie deficit ministere-i to wliat is perhaps tbe most
sideration, we think it not amiss to succeed is a question that only the fut- in tlie national treasury under tlie
of proiwrty asseaasd,
remarkable essay in polities which tlie
We invite all w'io are in search of publish tlie following suggestions taken i ,,re can answer, but if lie maintains Ins G--rnian law lias been much increased ninsteentli century lias seen.”
new homes t« examine this coumry from an educational journal of high ' present attitude toward« the senate ,ie by tlie adoption of the system oi ad
»nd if yon find it to your liking, to standing. Tliey refleet alike on the cannot lie accused of not treating it with valorem duties. Ruch a system opens
B bnatox H arxos and representative
settle here. With a very wiki » lii ate, teacher snd patron, and if oliaerv«-<l proper respect, as liotli Cleveland and up a broad avenue to fraud, and “many Benson conclude a joint letter to their
seldom fret-ting during the winter »»I closely, neither need fear good reaolia. ( Harrison were. Mr. McKinley is not there lie who go in thereat.” The
constituents as follows: “The repre­
but few days in summer a i warm as to It might he well that every diieetar , only trying to keep on good terms with frauds practiced in tlie valuation of im­ sentatives who took the oath of office
he uncomfortable, and with purs water clip such, and paste them in the erown I the aenate as a body, but also witli m- ports under tlie present tariff law have
and sought to do their whole duty were
thia is one of the liealthiaat part of of his hat. We’ll wager were lie to do dividual senators, regardless of th eir, been very extensive. Thia ia just wliat
C C QU
E P .V M T i.
HMAN
not any time tound to Mitchell, or
TRESAURER.
the world. In U t tlie people here Ids duty as wall as they prescrilie, he party. He has caused it to lie intimated j protectionist« prophesied at tlie time of
P R C S IO C N T .
any other man, hut they were and are
rarely need a physician and though would never suffer from remorse of to every senator Hint he will always find tlie passag,- of tlie law and what every i
I
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CUSHMAN.
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/
U- C'JSHMAN
bound to the rigid of an American free-
a cordial welcome ut the w.iite house, j clear thinker foresaw. Il is a system
SECRETAR*.
V IC E P R E S ID E N T
several have locate I licre to pravtii-e ronscleac«.
nq»n to exercise the right of suflrace
and
that
hi»
advice
will
always
b
e
,
1. Sustain your teachers as long aa
their profession, lions of them have re.
which puts a premium on traml. Tuere without the dictation of a pestiferous
listened to when matters affecting his i is no excuse whatever for the adoption
you keep them.
maittsd long.
O reero n .
‘boss.’ These are the existing condi­
o iïi
rlien state are un-lei consi-leration. This is ol tlie system of ad valorem duties l-y
2. Be as silent as oysters
tions and tiieir logical sequem es. T ie
OREGON S T A T E T A R E *.
tempted to speak disparagingly of your atout as radical a change as could pos- the supporters of tlie Gorman law.
people are Hie final arbiter« and set tlie
slhly have lieen made from ¡lie practu*es They were not working in tiie dark.
teachtrs.
final seal of approval or disapproval up-
K agsne flu s n t:
3. Speak well of the school rhen of tlie last twelve years Among tlie There whs plenty of facts to throw
On the $143,176,51» of tasabla prop-
OII the acts which are a part of tlie
first opposition senators to call on lTes-
light on tlie weakness of their theory . ili story of Oregon.— R iu bu ig rio in -
erty in tto atate, $.672.703 will ba paid opportunities offer
4. If vou object to the ways of your blent McKinley were Gorman and Mills
into tha Stats treasury aa taxes, but tandisrs, tell them so privately, t ut do neither of w hom liad l een in tlie while Ad valorem duties had 1 een tried again dealer.
and again in tide country, and hail been
little of this vast sum can he paid out,
. . . . . .
houiie for a long lime.
i
laaislsture not proclaim it from the house tops.
denounced by nearly every secretary of
on account of failuesof tlia legislature,
i
. . . . . _____
6. Do not think that th« world has
While there is a difference of opinion tlie treasury from Hamilton to Man-
to orgnnizo and pass tha appropriation
i to whether tlie failure of four appro- | ning. But tlie free-traders, since tiieir
cxmie to an end when an irate parent
bill. Next year’s tuxes will follow- suit
comes in like a raging i-yclone, breatii- priation bills, sundry civil, agricultural, | advent to power, seem to have to-en
thus taking over $1.000.000 from tho
ing vengeance from »vary pore. Soothe Indian and deficiency, to becoOie laws i running a ra. e with themselves to
people and out of cir ulation.
every­
him. calm him, tell him to mind his '
,,roU|,ht about by those who oppose low many cxplo led theories, ruinous E x it« . in« tired ieelii«gto ..x;n
This iiuuiansa contraction of tho cir­
body at thUaeaaoii. Tin. h istk accatt tc
own liusinses, shams him, or put him co„Hning the legislation of tlie extra fallacies and disastrous experiments puiib, the ureiesj giuw wca y, t e ener­
culating ujediwin of the stats will prove
out, ss occasion demands. Tlie sooner sessson of congress, which meets next tliey could get together.
getic bwome enervated. Yeu know juat
detrimental. Some wav should bo da-
what we mean. Some me a. d w. men
you give liiin and all others to under- week, to the tariff, there is none as to
endeavor tempo arily to overee mi that
tlie effect of tiieir failure. Money will,
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BOV O R A T O R 'S IN C O M E .
the b«n>ls
on, an<l tliat yon are going to sustain have to I»' provided by congress at tlie ,
bv the stato. T o eta’e treasurer rill
extrr session, l ilt it is new said tliat an I’hicugo Time»:
them, the sooner you will have peace.
object to the reteulmn ol tax money by
6. IN) not, for »ny matter of per­ attenu t will to made to do it by a re-
William J. Bryan finds that running
the counties, as tlie handling uf Uia»j
sonal feeling, denoun-a 'ho teacher solulicn extending current appropria- ,
for preslilent was a good inveeluieui Feeling by g est force of will Bu. this
immense sum woubl mean a fortune to |
is unsafe, si I, p Us poweriult.' n|on the
* tions it stead of l»y separate appropria­
and ruin the school,
him and hie iiondamcn. Yet tliere is i 7, Do not, at load, so far as you tion ’.ills. If tl»t attempt is made, af'er ail. His earning captfity has in­ nervous system which will not! ng.te d
crease»! several thousand p< r cent. He such strain. T ■’ n sny yeo; le *• »
„ „ ju s tic e o r .X ,m m «n ..u s e
I
,c l U m , ly o r n e lllh b o r -
then- will probably be a hot tight.
looks down now on the hnmhle $30 par thsir nerve». ’and the re»alt is set
« .R U - to pay
h q n -r v e la ln te r fe s e with H » —
W list tier President McKinley’s idea week which 1» use to get »« newspaper fortunate w ecks ma-ked “ rsrvuu. p
•
y wh*B ‘
o. Z ’ -
«?»’• - - >■» " •
tra tion," In every direct!» n. That tirad
of h iving theeatm session of eomireaa, reporter. His book ia bringing an in­
nn« an I two >e r« af er da a oi pay-
(or one an t
.
. . j g. Gita vonr teacher« at least in addition io passing the tariff Mil,
come of $100 a day. and his puhlietors
u ie n t. 'I'
I t iui
» nmnsv
» - > • > • aliouhl remain in
d 0,
l0 t wO of een-
authorise the appointment of a ) on- wouhi to glad to buy his interest in tlie
the hands of tl.« peop«.. e ! » be usp I by |
i sure.
partiaan financial eomnuaaion io inves­ work for $60,000. Meanwhile, wtianever
tbe oouuti«« in ««tiling IniHhwdne»,
ol thin, weak, Im­
9. If you chapes to get an inconi- tigate and rcjgwrt what is needed In the he wishes to lecture, he has only to aay tag la a poaittva y
plies blood; for, II tha blood is rieh, rad,
pstMt tsachwr, a»k him to resign or else
o, v|iangca, in our currency laws,
a word to get $500 a night. Bryae no v tallied and vigorous, it Imj ar.s life and
sustain and aid him in every way in can be put through will depend entirely longer lielong» to the masses ; 1» has energy to every nerve, organ and tisruk
ScM/ing'S
baking your iwwer, that Urn beet may be ma is upon tl» altitude the silver senators joined tl» classes, for at tiie present of tha body. The neecaaily of taking
Hood's HarveperOla for that ti « fealing
. ’ p o w d e r is o n l y *
* * * ” o l a had iiia n s r .
take towards the idea. It can be put rate 1» ia earning a good interest on
la, therefore. a| paten: to every one, and
h
a
ve
i>c«n
10. I f yon. yourselves,
through tlie house easy enough.
tha good it w II do you ia equally beyond
$100,000,000 worth of ndvevttaing.
ter than two or three others : tewhers, do not try to g ra ft y o u r Benator Wolcott who it again o enpy-
question. Remember that
E ach can
metho-ls
noon
the
taneitees,
ing his seat in ihe senate, repudiates all
but SchUhngt
A i.ovi-.vtxi»:o reform is that aimed
interviews purporting to quote him as at in the tow pa-oefi by ' (ingress bring­
twice as good as usual tea. less-li beat in !■!• ow n * * > '
11. Do n -t weaken in o u r s u p p o rt
In cither case, your gro­ of traclier» n ""•»ol dlaelpHR- **'•" giving details 1» connevtio«, w ith his ing napliti» launcliea under govern
uiimion to K'trop*. an l aavu that 1» I»*«
cer return«» your money m I t • hnnnea th a t <*»* • » '» 'o r -a l p iild r .n ^ ^ ^ H a s a n M W a t - - - . - ■■■ 1 "T -s ment inspection. Th« wonder » timi so
«rtimbie a metauye manage« once in a
lithe(H$eTrue
fu r ft«*r. AHúri4<K «U. |1.
full if you’d rather have arc tl» offan<b rs.
w hile lo run tl» gauntlet of congrea-
C. I. Iftxwl A Co I.OWHI,
|$ , D o n o t think that a young teach-
a.onal incapacity and b|uuderina.—
p m c Qlhcr.
C o nsideration
Cash
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