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Southwest Oregon Recorder
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Denmark, Curry County, Oregon.
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Adverting IKates Reasonable.
This paper is entered at the Denmar
postoftlce us Second-class Matter.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER, 1 1884.
That the claim' that women seek
the ballot in hopes to ''purify politics"
is a hypocritical pretense, or is put
forward by those who are incapable
of distinguishing between purity and
the reverse, is abundantly proven by
the action of representative suffragists
from one end of the land to the other
Bupporting Blaine, the tattooed can
didate, whilo not one of them dare
attempt a defenso of his character
forhouosty, probity and integrity.
They could not but have known that
their favorite was corrupt and venal
to the last degree, that he had pros
tituted official position in the pursuit
of private gain, that all of his meth
ods had been notoriously indefensi
ble, unscrupulous and debasing, and
that no distinctive public act of his
had, in the past, been such as should
rightly have commended him to the
support of conscientious, upright,
disinterested voters. That he should
have been the pet, aye, the idol, of
all official rogues as well as of those
who expected to bfs was but natural;
and that he was supported by thous
ands of honest voters for the sake of
the "party," who lay no claim to dis
tinction on the score of excessive
"purity," is also true; but that such a
man, such a candidate, could have
enlisted in his behalf an army of ex
pectant voters who claim the ballot
on the score of their exceptional
"purity," is what staggers us. They
opposed with all the forces they were
able to bring to bear, the election of
a man against whom no whisper of
official delinquency or dishonor had
ever been uttered, a man whose re
cord stood unimpeached and unim
peachable. And it will not do to
take refuge behind the "Mariah Hal
pin" story, for Blaine's social record
will loom up to confound them. Let
us hear no more of the "purfying"
dodge, at least
OF THE WESTERN
We know of nothing which the re
cent campaign has brought to light
in a more forcible way than the dis
trust with which business men re
gard information coming over the
wires of the "Western Union Telegraph
Uonipany. wnetner tneir belief is
true or not, the fact remains that
"Wall street credits the management
with using its power to further stock
jobbing and political schemes of all
sorts, and mistrusts information
given out by its agency where ' the
dissemination may have some effect
upon the political or financial pro
jects of Jay Gould. It is extremely
unfortunate that this should be the
case. People distrust everything
that Gould owns, manages, says, or
causes to be said. They are afraid
that he will pry into their business
anairs wnenever tney send or re
ceive any important mess age. . Yes
terday, for instance, the street ' gen
erally cedited the Western Union
with fine manipulation of political
news of this State, having for its ob
ject the breaking by degrees the force
of the news that Grover Cleveland
had been elected President To
morrow they will probably discover
some other cause of complaint, and
as in the case of the Ohio election,
lay the blame on the head of Mr,
Gould. We ii6ver heard of such
complaints when Mr. Vanderbilt was
the moving power in the management
and probably because he is better at
minding his own business than in
terferoing with other people's.
It is said that Blaine
plumes at auction1.
has sold his
The N. Y. World says: "Claus
Spreckles' Hawaiian suerar monopoly
of San Francisco has caused much
trouble to Eastern refiners, and de
termined efforts have been made to
secure the abrogation of the treaty
with the Hawaiian islands, allowing
the free entry of sugar grown in that
country, it being considered unfair to
Eastern refiners, who . have to pay
duty on their importations from Cuba.
but Claus Spreckles has been a power
witn iteguDlican administrations, and
all efforts to overcome the monopoly
have failed. Spreckles has been able
to ship sugar as far East as St
Louis and undersell all Eastern re
It has been an open secret for
many years that San Francisco mer
chants could buy San Francisco su
gar in St Louis cheaper than the
same grades could be had of Claus
Spreckles right at home. But they
cannot ship sugar from Eastern re
fineries to compete with Spreckles at
home, on account of an arrangement
the latter has made with the Central
and Southern Pacific monopolies af
fecting freights from the East on su
gars. We, of this Coast have a spe
cial interest in the abrogation of the
Spreckles treaty. By reason of his
monopoly of the sugar interests of
the Coast, he fleeces us at his own
sweet will. Abrogate the treaty. It
is a stupendious iniquity.
Cleveland's vote in New
69,657 and Blaine's vote is
Cleveland's plurality, 1,241.
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CLOTHIN.G, BOOTS AND SHOES,
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....A SUPFLX OF....
. . . .CONSISTING OF. . . .
Axes, Brush Hooks, Mattocks, Spades, Hoes,
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AST OCK OF TABLE CUTLERY.
Door Locks and Hinges, Strai Hin
Coal Oil, Soap, Matches, Vinegar,
Powder, Shot, Caps, Lead.
160 acres good hill land buildings
and some in cultivation! Good
stock range on place and ad
160 acres good upland, partly open.
160 acres possessory right on Elk,
80 acres fine bottom land, 'part very
. rich prairie.
Enquire of J. H. Upton,
Land Agent, Denmark.
FINAL PROOF NOTICE.
Land Office at Robebubq, Oregon, )
October 16, 1884. f
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in support
of his claim,' and that said proof will be
made before the Judge or Clerk of Curry
county, Oregon, at Ellensburg, on -
Saturday November 29, 1884,
Viz: James Monbok Upton, Pre-emption D.
S. No. 4557, for the WK of W Section 11,
Township 31, South of Range 15 West.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon, and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
N. C. Lorentzen, Wm. Cox and E. Sypher,
of Denmark, Oregon; and S. J. Culver, of
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT BY
virtue of a warrant duly issued out of
the County Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Curry to me directed; com
manding me to levy upon the goods and
chattels of the delinquent tax payers named
in the delinquent tax roll for the year 1883
thereto attached, and if none be found, then
upon the real property as set forth and de
scribed in said tax roll, or so much thereof
as shall satisfy the amount of taxes charged
thereon, together with costs and expenses,
I have this 10th day of November, levied up
on the following described pieces or parcels
of land as set forth in said tax list, situated
m Curry County, Oregon, known, descriled
and assessed as follows: McGraw, E. W ,
and wife, NX of Wm. Tichenor's Donation
Claim No. 37, Sections 4 and 5, Township
No. 33, S. R. 15 west; Lot 1, Section 7 and
Lot 1. Sec. 8; and the following blocks and
tide lands in Port Orford, according to the
Fitzhugh map filed August 27, 1881: Block
28 and tide land south of and adjoining it,
also Blocks 66, 68, G9, 88, 67, 68, IK), 91, iXL
93, 13, 188, 140, City of Port Orford, and
improvements, assessed at $2,323, taxed at
fifty-one dollars and eleven cents ($51 11)
Monday, December 15, 1884,
At the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon at
the Court House door in said coonty, I will
sell the same at publio auction to the higH
est bidder therefor in U. S. gold coin, to
satisfy said ties and costs.
Dated this 15th day of November, 1884.
Sheriff of Curry County.
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