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Norwegian Plows, Peed Mills, Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Seeders and Drills, Hacks,
THE STANDARD MOWER
Ts tli o. lsitftst fipJrifWfimnnt of mfifha.nira.l O
genius. Enclosed gear, front cut, sim
ple and durable. Absolutely no
side draft nor lost motion.
Call ad Examine it Before Purctaif.
F. M. SLOCUM, Agent,
i l OHIO.
After digesting Webster, "Medico"
conies out will) tho bold fuets to allow
that on tin id' mid historj he ia young
and new, like mi August persimmon.
And why was tho treasury empty in
Buchanan's time? Tnowar with Mex
ico, the Indian ward, pensions, and
buying public- domain, and not one
cent of the government's "promise to
pay" over went begging until after
18li0 when the republican party came
into power, with Lincoln and Secreta
ry Stanton's greenback machine, run
ning at its fullest capacity is when tho
government's "promise to pay" went
begging at '10 cents on tho dollar
only a mistake in tho dates, that's all.
Again, he Hays, "three-fourths of all
tho whalers in tho Arctic seas, four
fifths of the steamship and mail lines,
and a much larger tonago in the car
rying trade than was ever known in
tho history of America is still Hying
tho American flag and manned by
American tars." We refer our friend
to tho annual report and statements
of the chief of the bureau of statistics
on the commerce and navigation of
tho United States for '1880. It says:
"It is humiliating to our national pride
that only IJi per cent of foreign trade,
measured by its value, is carried in
homo ve?sels, while 7!) per cent is ear
riud in foreign vessels, and that in this
ago of rapid transportation by steam
only 7 per cent of our foreign trade is
conducted in steamers bearing our na
tional Hag, while (55 per cent of that
trade, with all its profits and tho em
ployment of capital and labor is con
ducted in alien vessels, and of all tho
thousands of vest-els engaged in the
whole fisheries, only one hundred and
four carry tho American Hag." The
utter falsity of "Midioo's" statements
carry with them their own condemna
tion, lie thinks that "if ignorance is
bliss, 'tis-folly to bo wise," but I will
add a little further iufoimatiou on the
taritl' for his benefit, and for him to
dodge around, as ho has all others I
have given him,
The passage of tho high protective
tariil' bills of 1801 added about one
third to tho cost of American ship
building. 1 niako this statement upon
the fact that the average tariff is esti
mated at about-17 per cent, while many
of the articles that enter into ship
building, ajid furnishing of ships are
taxed more than double that amount.
Until it is proved to the contrary I
shall continue to believe my statement
a reasonable one, and if "Medico" de
sires to ascertain tho exact amount ho
can go to woik at his own expense
and employ a. ship builder to give him
a bill ot lucessaryJmati rials with the
amount of tarill'ou each, and make
his own calculations. To assist him a
little in the oppi ration permit me to
give the opinion of tho noted and in
lluential protectionist, Senator Pat roll
of Illinois. Six years ago Senator Far
roll, then a member of tho House,
brought in a bill to allow tho building
of frco ships on the Clyde instead of
buying tbeui of John Itoach on tho
D'clowinc, This privilege was to apply
to an association of gentlemen in Chi
cago and ,'cw York, to enable them to
buy steel t-hips and to establish a fast
lino across the ocean. Mr. Karrell
stated that he did not yield up his doc
trine of protection, only in this partic
ular can- it should not rigidly apply,
iiB these ships could bo purchased
abroad for $100,000 each, while Jioaoh
could not build them for Ices than
2i0,000. Mr. "Medico," I leave this
with you to settle, and when you get
it all lixetl up, please let mo hear tho
result, but don't forget thatboforo your
high protective farilf got hold of m wo
were selling ships to tho Knglish peo
ple, boomiM wo could build them
cheaper than they could. Will you
ploaso show us just what has brought
about this wry great change, and when
you get through with thoo small mat
ters, givo your attention to some of the
questions propounded in my former
Tho tarilf effects all other kinds of
manufacturing just tho sumo as ship
building, and iuco your endorsement
of tho Orogonian, wo will quote thoro
froin a few line from that republican
journal, the following fieo trado arti
"Wo cannot bclieo thaP agriculture,
goucr.ilb sj icakmg, has anything to
gain from protection, and for this rea
son, that protection advances the cost
of nearly everything tho farmer has to
buy and adds not a mill to the price
of wheat bo has to sell. Protection,
by keeping up an artificial price for
iron and articles made in whole or in
part of iron, adds a largo per cent to
the cost of farm machinery. Every
article, from a garden rake to a thresh
ing machine is tho dearer for protec
tion. Thy freight rate on machinery
from the place of manufacture to tho
field, a largo item in a country like
our own, is greater for protection, be
cause protection adds to tho cost of
railroads, The same circumstances
adds to the freight rate on farm pro
duets from tho field to tho placo of
market. Protection adds to the cost
of clothing worn by tho farmers, to
the furniture in his house, to much of
tho food on the table and to the books
ho reads. Protection makes the far
mer pay artificial prices on the wire
and twine that holds his sheafs and
tho hags that hold his harvest. On
tho other hand protection docs not
advance tho price of any produce he
has to sell. Protection may help iron
men, furniture men, and sugar grow
ers, but it does not help tho farmer,
certainly not the farmer of Oregon and
Washington who must buy in a pro
tected market thieo thousand miles
away. From tho point of view of the
national good, without reference to
tho cost of the article, a change of tho
law which will incrcaso the importa
tion of lumber, and check tho rapid
consumption of our own forrests is
most desirable. Tho lumber duty is
tho most inexcusable folly and iniquity
of the whole monstrous bundle of in
iquitesi and absurdities called tho tar
Tho Oregonian in tho ubovo told the
truth. Protection cannot and never
can help the farmer, The reublicau
party to-day arc afraid to help kill
Weller's old cow, lest her ghost may
appear in tho form of a direct tax which
y)u fear would cause more mortgages
on farms. 1 know tho mention of the
term direct tax. always frightens a
protectionist out of his boots, but 1
have never jet found one of them that
could show me anything to bo afraid
of. Why, sir, you pay a direct tax ev
ery time you pay your tax into the
county treasury, and if wo were per
mitted to collect rovonuo for tho gen
eral government by tho same kind of
direct taxation that wo collect it for
state and county purposes, it would bo
a great blessing for tho people, as every
man would then oe taxed in propor
tion to his means, besides wo would
then only have to pay about one dol
lar to where wo now pay about ten,
and tho other nine could be kept in
our own pockets to help lift the mort
gages from our farms instead of going
as it now docs to make millionaires,
of which wo aro told wo now have at
least ono thousand to where wo had
ono in 1800. My next letter will show
how competition has worked a loss
annually of sJMO.OOO.OOO to tho steel
industry of this country. Homo.
"What Is this "nervous trouble" with
which so ninny seem now to bo alllictedv
If you will remember a few years ago tho
word Malaria was comparatively unknown,
today it is as common us any word in tho
Kngllsli language, yet this word covers on
ly tho meaning of another word used by
our forefathers in times past. So it is with
nervous diseases, as they ami Malaria are
intended to cover what our grandfathers
called lUliousnoss, and all aro caused by
troubles that arise from a diseased condi
tion of tho Liver which in performing- its
functions tlndlug it cannot dispose, ot tho
bile through tho ordinary channel is com
pelled to pass it oil through tho system,
causing nervous troubles, .Malaria, unions
Fever, etc. You who aro suffering can well
appreciate a cure. Wo recommend Green's
August Flower. Its citrus aro marveloiu.
it i:n i:vs m:it youth.
Mrs. Phubo Chesley, Peterson, Clay coun
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residents of tho town: "I am 7U yearn old,
have been troubled with Kidney complaint
nmllamoiici.il for many jean; could not
lire myself without help. Now I urn frco
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do till my own housew ork. I owe uy thanks
to Klectrlo Hitters for having renewed my
youth, uiul removed completely till dUeaso
itud pain." Try a bottle, only Ml cents at
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For some years I was a victim to Liver
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JJrightney, Henderson, W. Va.
For years I have relied more upon
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G. F. Miller, Attloborough, Mass.
Aycr's Pills cured mo of Stomach and
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.Morris Gates, Downavlllc, N. Y.
I was attacked with Bilious Fever,
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John O. Pattison, Lowell, Nebraska.
Last spring I suffered greatly from a
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By tho advico of a friend I began taking
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I havo long used Ayor's Pills, in my
family, and believe them to bo tho best
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My wifo and littlo girl wero taken with
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WASHINGTON, D. C.
r.Trr Settler houll liaie Copp'i Settler' Gnldcf
I'JllUKO ( itIco onl j- 25 rents (postage tUmp)
notici: to Monciioi.DKits,
To stockholders of the Union Milling Co:
Vou aro hereby notified that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Union
MtlllngConiiiany will he bold at thiuilUceof
It. Kakm .V- I5u., in I'nion. Oregon, fur the
purpose of electing a hoard of directors for
the ensuing year, ami for the tianaction of
such other hiiilnoss as shall properly come
before the meeting, on Monday, the '-'ml
duvof Julv, 1KS.S.
Ihitod this 2nd dav of Juno. 1SSS.
M. S. WAUKKX,
Tin: vminurr unanimous.
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fies : ''1 can recommend Ulcctrle Hitters us
the very bwt remedy. Kvcry bottle hold
has given rcllof In every case. One man
took six bottles and was cured of Hlieumu-tls-m
of 10 years' fctuiidiug." "The best
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20 years' experience, is Klectrlo Hitters."
Thousands of others have added their testi
mony, so that the verdict is unanimous
that Klectrlo IlitUus do cure all disease of
the Liver. Kidney yr Wood, Only a half
a dollurbortle at Wright's drug mure.
Land Omen at ifcsni:, Onnciox )
iiic 2, 188S.
Notice is hereby1111 the following-
nmilBil unHlnr ll-IX fi'tiCC Of lll-i illtt'll-
Itionto make iinalfpi support of his
claim, and mat aio e ""i"'
fore the register anth er at i.a uniniu',
O.ckoi). on Julv 13. viz: KIlAiOlb
FA VKH, lid. No.Vf the K1, MV'.
and SK'j. SeS r, S It 40 E, WM.
Trains arrive and depart from Union
daily, a follows:
Passenger, No. (J, L've
at .i:.12 a. in.
Freight, No. !(!, L've
at 2:1(1 a. m. '
Passenger. No.. r. L've
Freight. No. 1ft, L've
ii y :(0 p. m.
Tlfhf PTs 1 and irom principal points
1 10 in the United States, Canada
Elegant Pjffi Cars.
Emigrant t-'leepim; Cars Hun Through
nil Express Trains to
and ST. PAUL
Free of Charge and Without Change.
Close connections atl'ortland foran Fran
cisco and Paget .Sound points.
For further particulars inquire of any
Agent of the Cnnipanv or of A. L. Maxwell,
(i. P. .fcT. A., Portland, Oregon.
SAX Fit ANC I SCO LIXE.
Leaving at 12Midn't.,
l'HOM MSI KAM'ISCO.
L'v'ng Spear st. wh'
at 10 a. m. as follows :
Oregon, Mon May 21
Columbia En. June
Oregon. Sut. ,,
Columbia, Wed ,,
State, Sunday ,,
Oregon. Thurs. ,, !
Columbia. Mon. ,, :
State, Friday ,, !
Oregon, Tucs. July
Jol'a. Sun., May 27
1 State, Tuesday ,. !!l
Oregon, .Mon. June !
f) Columbia, Fri. S
State. Tins. ,, 12
Oregon, Sat. HI
Columbia. Wed. 20
tate. Sunday 21
) Oregon Tlntr. ., 2.S
H ( 'oliniibia M on J uly 2
The company reserves the right to change
iifiioiiwipu it .-) illi Mr fl'ii'ht
W. H. IIOLCOMH, I A. L. MAX WELL,
Cien'l Manager. I i. P. & T. A,
1 1 I. ni-VW'()' A.'iMit I ninii.
The Wert Shore la tbo only Illustrated maw
tin published on the Pacific coast, and asldo
trotn lta excellent literary features, Its object U
to convey information, by both pen and pencil,
of the great rrooxti of this region, and tbo
progrcas of their derdopment.
Special lllnctratcd articles appear in each
Issue ; also, several pages of notes of th? pro
tress being made in every eectlon. Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Utah,
California, Ilritiih Columbia, and the raclflc
Northwest In general, are being Illustrated.
The subscription price la only $2.50. It is not
only the cheapest ilhutrated magazine in the
United States, bat contains articles and en
gravings of great Internet to every resident of
this region, which can not be found in any
Subscribers for 16S8 receive a large supple
ment every month. The first one U a beauti
ful oleograph of the " Kn trance to the Colum
bia Kiwr." printed in nine colors, and each
cl the others represents some feature of our
sublime scenery, Tho supplements are alone
worth more than the price of the magazine.
Try It for ISf, and after reading, rend It to
yo or friends elsewhere. Vou will find it both
entertaining and instructive.
I SAMUEL, rubUthcr,
171-173 Second St, Portland, Oregon.
notick ok roiti't:uTiu:.
County of I'nion, State of Oregon,
ToW. 11. Creed. Tliomat Fitch. L. Itlii-
maucr, J. Hurley and T. N. Snow
You and eaeii ot you are Here
by notified that we nave expenuca
ono iiuiuircii uouars in luuor ami
Improvements upon the "Laura Johnson"
epiartz mining claim. This claim is hltim
tcd in OrHintc mining district in Cntou
countv, Oregon, about one half mile above
a. !.... 7. II. .... ..Jr.1,,
me nru?w, m ii in. juMj'v, mi ,mj .in.
bank of Klk creek, and is also called tho"0.
It.,tN" claim, as will appear by certifi
cate of location and amcutled location tiled
August 2lst and September 1st. iSAAlntiie
ofllco of the district recorder of said dis
trict, in order to hold said premises under
the provisions of Section 2:t.M, revised Mat
utos of the Fnitcd States, licinglthe Amount
required to hold tho sumo for the year en
ding Dec. .list, IfkS7, and if within ninety
days utter this notice you fail or refuso to
contribute your proportion of the expendi
ture as a co-owner, your interest in said
claim will become the property of the suh-
eertlicrs, muter mm section.
Dated this 12ih day of April. lftfS.
J. K MALONKY,
W T WKK11U.
J W MIKLTON
Hi nnmiM the folioVltllCsses to prove
lils cuntintiouo veil upon, and cjilti
vation or, said lamlfcuper . . Mitchell,
W. II. Iluirman. PjIiiiioii and al
lace C. Hinckley. mTelocaset, Oregon.
(1-S-wG jj Kegintcr.
noticj: ol?: vkx rur.K.
NOTICE VOU PUBLICATION.
Cornucopia. Oj March 2. I8SS.
To (Jcorge Uei&fd .lohn Hallet:
You are hercbv ntlutt we. yotK co
owners in the elnlmine known at tlie
"Blue Hose" cl:iiuT?tiil in the HaNon,
extcntion of tlie "Qi the West.'' and
have expended oiftpvd dollars in as
sessment work fon car 1S87, on said
claim, as reipiircdjl, and if you fail to
contribute vour pi of said amount
within ninety davydatc of .-ervice by
publication of th'ifi your interest in
Miid claim will becfli' property of the
under-igned eo-own pi ovided in sec
tion 2;i21 rcWs-ed ft: V.ii.
1-0. 1 O. . A LI. FN.
Land Oi i ici: at IJ.xnB Oitrc.oN,)
, . j.May 10, IMS. i
Notice is lferebyjl'lnit "'C following
named M'ttlers lilfvl notice of their in
tention to make ifiroof in support of
their claims, aiuljsaid proof will lie
made before the rpjand receiver at La
O ramie. Orepon, fne 2!l, i8SS, viz; .1.
V. LICFP. lid. for the W lilf.
NHqr.. XWor. Sli.d NH qr. N'W qr.
riec. 5, Tp.S S, It. 4(.IOHN OCltl! Y,
lid. No. 21JJ, foiffhlf. SW qr. and W
hir. KF qr. .Sec. 87 S, It. f) K. and
EDWAIII) STKFlI, Hd. Nn. 24S Tor
the K hlf. NKqr. f'fp. S. and 1. iilf.
SH qr, See ,'!!, Tp. P i" K. Thev naino
the lollowin win
said .land, viz: (B
Curry. S. V. I.ci
Ktcelman, all of i'
to prove their con
i and cultivation of.
Siowart, John S.
.i leus Leep and H.
Thomson & I'i aro agents for
tho celebrated Cv) riii(LMill, and
as the prices on thavebeen great
ly reduced they now within the
reach of all. Sai mill to be seen
at their planer inrth Union. Call
and examine it. t
Cornucopia, on county, Or.
The only first hou.c in tho camp.
Pains spared tike giic-as comforta
Obtained, and allfct Business attended
to Promptly and federate Fees.
Ourolhce is opj tlie U. S. Patent
qtllce, and we carain Patenis la less
time than those r? from Wasoington.
feend MODKLortWINO. Wo advise
as topantentabilih.rif charpc; and we
;9 CIIAUfA'LKfjsj PATKN'T IS
We refer, here, he Postmaster, tho
SW- 0,f,0Hv OLiv., and to otlieials
of tho U. h. Paterjec. For circular,
advice, terms audruinces to actual cli
enu In your own Bjr County, write to
n t CA.SW&Co..
Opposite Patent 0 WashitiKton, D. C
Land Okkicij at La OiiA.von. Oukoo.v. )
May 10. 18SS. (
Notice is hereby piveti that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make linal proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made he
ore the register and receiver at La Grande,
Oregon, on June 2'.1, 1SSS, viz: WILLIAM
MILKS. Hd. No. hX9, forths S lilf. N K qr.,
N'Kqr. NKqr. Sec.JU and SW qr. NWqr.
Sec. :ir, To. 7 8,1. -U K. He dailies the
following witnesses to prove his continu
ous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz: William M, Favorite and
(iVoi-kc W. Mathis, of liaker City. Oregon;
Matliew Dean, of KcatiiiK, Oregon, and
Patrick 11. Miles, of Medical Springs, Or.
NOTICE EOli PUBLICATION.
La.M) Omci: at La (liiAunr.. Omaios, 1
May 10, ts.ss. f
Notice is hereby piveti thiit the I'ollowiiig
lia ned sutler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the register and receiver at La lirande,
Oregon, on Juno 2Mh . 1SS6. viz. JOHN
VACOHAN, I), S. No. S1S1, for tue E hlf.
NWqr and N lilf. N'Kqr. Sec 112, Tp. US,
U, 10 K. Ho names the lollowiug witness
es to proe his continuous residence unon
and cultivation of. said land, viz : H. 'lay
lor, Frank llo, of Union. Or. J. K Pliy,
of Cove, Or. and John ltoyd, of Ciiion, Or,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land On ici: at La (Juanm:, Oitr.oo.v.)
Notice is hereby given that the lollowiug
nami'djsettler ha!s tiled notice of his inten
tion to make, final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will he made be
fore the register and receiver at La Grande.
Oregon, on July ICth, 1KSS. viz: JOHN
CLAItK, 1). S. No 8120, for the NK qr. Sec.
1, Tp.K S, it. 15 K. He names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land,
vu: .1. W. Chandler. II. W. Fowler, A.
W. Motiev and J.S. Currv, all of Pine Val
f-2T w( ltegistcr.
Timber l.s'.ml, i
ct June :i, 18
f S Notice
F. S. Land Orncn, Lk Giiandi:, Or.i:r.o.v,)
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of tlie act of Congress
of June :t, 1S7S, entitled "An act for the sale
of timber lands in tlie States of California,
Oregon, Nevada, anil Washington Territo
ry," WILLIAM KtVLKS, of Teloeasct,
County of I'nion, State ot Oregon, has this
day tiled m this office his sworn statement
No. 10, forthe purchase of the SK qr. of
NWqr. and K hlf. SW qr. and SV qr.
SKqr. of Section No. 7. in Township No.
GS, itange No. U8 K. W. M, and will ofTer
proof to show that the land sought is more
valuable for its timber or stone than for ag
ricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the register and
receiver of this oiliee at La Grande, Ore
gon, on Monday tlie 9th day of July, 1888.
lie names as witnesses: Adam Nelson,
Jacob Stanbaugh. Win. L. llurrows and
John Stodard, all of Teloeasct, Oregon,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-descrihed lands arc requested to tile
their claims in this office on or before said
!)th day of July, 1SSS.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Lxi Omen at L GitANnn, Ohkoos,)
June 12, 18KS. f
Notice is hereby idven that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in mptiort of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the register and receiver at La Grande.
Oregon, on July 27th. 1888. viz: JOHN
HANSON, D. S. No. Mil!, for the N'4 SWK
SK'4 SWU' andSWW Bec.31.Tp. 5
S, 11. -11 E, W. M. He rames the' following
witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz:
Isaac Hallcr, Cyrus II. Prcscott, W. II.
llutlmun and Goorgo W. Frasier, all of
On the pun-hew an Instrument, bv
buying through ;'y t W1UG1IT,
,m. Union. Orcjfon.
In the County court of Union county,
State of Oregon
In the mutter o( the partnership estaU
of A. L. Saunders, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed, administrator of the partnership es
tate of A. L. Sounders, deceased, did. oa
tho 23rd day of May. 18SS, tile lu tho nbov
entitled court, his linal account of his nti
ministration ot saiil cMn
day tlie 3rd day of July, IS8, nt tho boat
of one o'clock r. m. of said dav has been ap
ponueu us mo iiiuo, ami uie court room a'
the court house in the city of I'nion, I'nioa
county. State of Oregon, has been duly ap
pointed as the place, bv tlie luunty )u lice
of I'nion county. State" of Oregon, to hear
objections, if nuy, to said account, and to
show ca.ise. If any. why suid tlual acununt
should not bo settlo!, the admintstrjt
dUchnrged from bis trust, and his iui
on ins undertaking be exomrated
further llabllitiv thereon.
Dated nt Union, Oregon, on thin
ot Aiav. Ins UAYIU T ALL
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