fr?!. tt. jv.5!v THE CO?iOfl GLOBE. FRIDAY, MAY 18, I894-. Thk official paper of oilliam COUNTY. OREGON. WAGES. From the Hood River Glacier. The advocates of a protective tariff bauk upon the credulity of the masses, and successfully. ' The great showman, Barnum, said the American people like to be deceived, and be told the truth. Protection is a pretty word rolls smoothly under the oratorical tongue, and does not, from ita sugar-coated .taste, give notice to the swallower that the real substance of the pill is "discrimination." The whole theory of protection is that it has a Bort of general financial reaction, Which eventually results in benefit ting American labor. First, the masses are taxed to give the Amer lean manufacturer higher prices so that he can pay the American la borer higher wages, and the laborer, having more money, will consume more of the agricultural products, and so return the tax through a "home market" to the " farmers, who, by the way, pay the whole bill. It will be seen by this that the farmer is enabled, metaphori cally, to lift himself out of debt and into affluence by., his-bootstraps; simply 'by increasing his taxation to a high enough point. The protectionists (we mean the leaders of those who believe in the theory, and that whether republi can or democrat) know that the cry of protecting American labor is simply a cry of "stop thief to draw attention from; the. nation's plun derers. ' They put a tariff on wool to protect American wool, a tariff on iron to protect American iron, a tariff on coal to protect American coal, and they leave labor on the free list. Why? To protect Amer ican labor! The Hon. James G. Blaine boasted that "the gates of Castle Garden swung ever inward." And this to admit foreign labor in competition with our own. And what is the result? A steady de crease of wages. Up to within a few years the results of immigra tion were unnoticable for the reason that the immense area of public land furnished homes and employ ment for all. The overflow of pop ulation from the East swept over the Alleghanies across Ohio, Indi ana, Illinois .and the Mississippi valley, and the last wave of the tide broke in Nebraska and the Dakotas. There is no more land. There is no more room for the over flow. The immigrant now comes into direct competition with the American laborer, or the laborer already here. They both want the same job, and the immigrant gets it because he will work cheaper. The next year brings another batch, who in turn compete for the job, and get it because they work still cheaper. This result will go on until wages in this country will reach the level of those in Europe, and the influx will cease, because it will be no longer profitable to come. It is inevitable . under our present immigration laws that American labor must come to the level of European labor, because, if no artificial barrier is raised to keep out the tide of foreign labor, wages, like water, will find a level. Yet while this is going on, our friends the protectionists are ask ing the farmers of the country (who practically pay all the bills) to submit , to taxation to protect American labor, keeping in the back ground the fact that they are also being taxed to protect the for eign. laborers that come here to the number of a million a year. "It is a condition, not a theory that con fronts us." The protected iron and coal industries employ foreigh la bor almost entirely. The coal and iron regions are practically a for eign country. In the dispatches of May 5th, one from Duluth says: Matson, the Finlander who was shot by Deputy Sheriff Al Free, at Argonia, died this morning. Two military companies are on the ground, Ibe miners are in a state of frenzy over the killing of Mat too, but are awed by the militia. The great difficulty in handling the rtrikers arises from the fact that fullv three-fourths of them cannot :k EncPrt. liure ife a specimen of protected iftim7Tvp ? 'K-xrtMtxrfitn: rmTiw.m DEMOCRATIC STATE, tiSTRICT AND CCUHTY TICKET. For Governor. V. William Galloway, of Yamhill. Secretary of State, Charles Niekell, of Jackson. Stat Treasurer, Thos. L. Davidson, of Marion. , ' Supram Judg-ej, A. S. Bennett, of The Dalles. Attorney-Ganeral, W. H. Holmes, of Marion. Supt. of Publlo Instruction, D. V. S. Reid. of Lane. State Printer, John O'Brien, of Portland. ; For Congress. First District, J. K. Weatherford, of Linn; Second District, James II. Haley, of Umatilla. SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIST. Prosecuting Attorney, E. B. Dufur, of The Dalles. Member of State Board, T. H. LaFollette, of Prineville. GILLIAM COUNTY TICKET. Representative. H. Clay Myers, of Blalock. County Judge, D. B. Trimble. County Clerk, Mont R. Downing, of Condon. Sheriff, W. L. Wilcox, of Condon. County Treasurer, Geo. L. Neale. Commissioner, ...-Wm. F; Dyer. of Mayville. Assessor, . Henry J. Nott, of Olex. School Supt., Chas. Roy Be, of Idea. Coroner, D. S. Brown, of Condon. Condon precinct: For justice of the peace, 8. P. Shutt; for consta ble, D. M. Rinehart. American laborers, "three-fourths of whom cannot talk English," and all of whom are in a "Btate of fren zy" because one of their number was killed by a sheriff while resist ing the laws of this country. We are not prejudiced against foreign ers because they are foreigners, but we are radical in the belief that the time has come when the stream of immigration should be run through a strainer. "Protection" to American labor demands it! Protection to our system of govern' ment compels it. Immigration under proper restrictions is a sum ulant, but this country has taken too much. We have been on a spree, so to speak, and that we should be sick is the natural result One of the worst monopolies in the state of Oregon is the school book combine. The men who compose this trust are worse than highwaymen, for the latter gentle men take some chances when they order their victim to stand and de liver. In Minnesota, under the Merrill law, books are sold at less than one-half of the price asked for them here. These blood-suckers do not even let the retailers make a feir profit.:. This question should be attended to when the next leg islature meets. There are hun dreds of people in the state whose children cannot attend school on account of the terrible expense of the school books. This is a great abuse. The state might publish its own school books but probab ly it would be better to so frame the law that the trust will be com pelled to sell the books cheaper for one-half or one-third the pres ent prices, for instance, and then no doubt leaving a large profit. balem btatesman. The subject of diversified farming is one of vast consideration in other countries as well as ours. The sticking to one crop does not pay and should be guarded against. A London paper says that one of the curious changes in England is the increase in the number of acres devoted to fruit farming and mar ket gardening. This increase is shown by the official reports to have been 6669 acres last year, while in the same period the de crease in the acreage of general ag ricultural land - was 150,000 acres. Wheat is a losing crop for the Ene- lish farmer, but experts say that garden truck, fruit and dairy pro duce will pay well in any part of England, as the demand far exceeds the supply. Fancy London im porting butter and eggs from Aus tralia when the thousands of poor English families could make an ex cellent living by chicken raising and dairy on the lands that are now used only for pasture or as hunting preserves. Parent "You need not be alarmed; the Pollard system rised in onr pahlic schools has no similarity with that adopted by Madalcne." Exchange, whirrs rm.i9i& vc w o.V w'-. REPUBLICAN STATE, DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. For Governor, Win. P. Lord, of Salem. Secretary of State, U. R. Kincaid, of Eugene. State Treasurer, Phil Metschan, of Canyon City. Supreme Judge, C. E. Wolverton, of Albany. Attorney-General, . C. M. Idleman, of Portland. Snpt. of Publlo Instruction, G. M. Irwin, of Uniou. State Printer, ; W. H. Leeds, of Jacksonville. For Congress, First District, Binger Hermann; Second District, W. R. Ellis. SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIST. Prosecuting Attorney. . A. A. Jayne, of Arlington. Member of State Board, W. C. Wills, of Prineville. ' GILLIAM COUNTY TICKET. Representative. ' J. E. David, of Blalock. County Judge, W. J. Mariner, of Blalock. County Clerk. i J. P. Lucas, of Condon. Sheriff, J. D. Livingston, of Mayville. Treasurer, S. B. Barker, of Condon. Commissioner. E. M. Clymer, of Fossil. Assessor, ; M. 0. Clarke, of Lone Rock. , School Supt., W. W. Kennedy, of Fossil. Surveyor, J. H. Hill, of Condon. Coroner, W. A. Goodwin, of Condon. Condon precinct: For justice of the peace, Geo. Tatotn; for consta ble, E. E. Smith. "Was there no one to sympathize with the poor wretch who was bei ng lynched ?" "I believe a voice did call oat and tell him his necktie was np behind." Pock. Th8 Best Medicine. J. O. Wilson, Contractor and Builder, Sulphur Springs, Texas, thus speaks of Ayer's Pills s ' " Ayer's Pills are the bent medicine I ever tried; and, in my Judgment, no better general remedy conld be devised. I have used them In my family and recommended them to my friends and employes for more thau twenty years. To my certain knowledge, many cases of the following complaints have bees completely and Permanently Cured by the nse of Ayer's Pills atone: Third day chills, dumb ague, bilious fever, sick headache, rheumatism, flux, dys pepsia, constipation, and bard colds. I know that a moderate nse of Ayer's Pills, continued for a few days or weeks, as the nature of the complaint required, would be found an absolute cure for the disorders I have named above." "I have been selling medicine for eight years, and I can safely say that Ayer's Pills give better satisfaction than any other Pill I ever sold." J. J. Perry, Spottsyivania C. H.t Va. AYER'S PILLS Prepared by Dr. J.C. Aysr Co- Lowell, Km Every Dose Effective To retain an abundant head of hair of a natural color to a good old age, the hygiene of the scalp mast be observed. Apply Hall's Hair Renewer. Sunken eyes, s pallid complexion and disfiguring eruptions indicate that there is something wrong within. Expel the lurking foe to health, by purifying the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Cares Erysipelas, Eczema, 8alt-Rheum, Pim ples and Blotches. ' If ever a man feels like "a poor worm of the dust," it is when he suffers from that tired feeling. Ayer's Sarsaparilla removes this discouraging physical con dition and imparts the thrill of new life and energy to every nerve, tissue, muscle and fibre of the whole body. JJOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Lakd Office atThs Dlli!, Ob., May 14, Notiro it hereby triven that the followlmr-tumnri settler has Hied notice of hit Intention to ranks flnal prKif In support of his clulm. and that said proof will be made before J. Y. Lucas, comity ek-rk of Oilliam county,, at Condon, Or,, on June 80, lfL vi: j . .... . . , ... i ', FRANK A. CALDWELL, Hd. S217 for the w'4 nw4 and WV w4 tec 12 tp 4 1 of 1 19 e. lie names the following witnesses to proro his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, auid land, vz: W. B. Smith, Ralph rromnn, ;ha. Brown and 6, V. Moon:, all of Condon. Or i BJ18-U JcavW. Lewis. Reenter, POPULIST STATE, DISTRICT AND COUNTY TICKET. TOR GOVERNOR, Nathan Pioroe, of Umatilla. MEMBER OF CONGRESS, 1ST DIST., Charles Miller, of Marion. MEMBER OF CONGRESS 20 DIST.. Joseph Waldrop, of Multnomah. ATTORNEY GENERAL, M. L. Olinstead. of Baker. SUPREME JUDGE, R. P. Boise, of Polk. SECRETARY OF STATE, ' Ira Wakefield, of Jackson. TREASURER, R. P. Caldwell, of Lane. SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, T. C. Jory, of Marion. 8TATE PRINTER, G. M. Orton, of Multnomah. SEVENTH JUDICIAL DIST. PROS. ATTORNEY, . E. P. Sine, of Morrow. V-BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, ; B. K. Searcy, of Gilliam. GILLIAM COUNTY TICKET. REPRESENTATIVE, I. A. Henderson, of Mayville. . COUNTY JUDGE, G. W. Marvel, of Olex. . COUNTY CLERK, F. B. Moore, of Mayville. SHERIFF, Jos. T. Anthony, of Fossil. TREASURER, J. R. Clark, of Condon. COMMISSIONER, Morgan Ward, of Lone Rock. ASSESSOR, Henry Wilkins, of Olex. SURVEYOR, Chas. Fix, of Condon. CORONER, Geo. W. Crawford, of Lone Rock. BUSINESS LOCALS. Books of all kinds. L. W. Darling A Co. Dishes and glassware at L. W. Darling A Co.'l. We are Just hunting for chronic coughs to care, "a B," for sale by LW. Darling A Co. Cleanse your blood with Dr. Grant's 8arwpa- rilla. L. W. Darling 4 Co. The best lemon extracts for flavoring, Just ar rived. L. W. Darling 4 Co. Have you seen our new display of toilet soaps? Something new and nice, L. W. Darling a Co. The S. B. Cough Cure is simply perfect Spend Me with L. W. Darling, and you will be ready to sins. pay choice bird seed, now redoced to 10c a package, from L. W. Darling Co., and your bird will sing sweeter. - ' ' The German-American Insurance Co., of New York; has established an office at Condon with U W. Darling as agent Ask at L. W. Darling A Co.'s drag store for the S. B. Headache core, and you will be given the twt headache medicine ki, own. The famous "WiuLtmr., Barber Bar Shaving Soap" the best In the - orld for the toilet and for sharing. For sala by L. W. Darling A Co. The freshest, purest and best stock of prescrip tion medicines in the country can be found at the drug store of L. W. Darling & Co., Condon. Dr. S. F. Scott, Blue Ridge, Harrison Co., Mo., says: "For whooping coogh Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is excel lent." By using it freely the disease is deprived of all dangerous consequences. There is no danger in (riving the Remedy to babies, as it contains nothing injur ioos. 60c bottles for sale by all druggists. A lady at Tooleys, La., was very sick with bilious colic when M. dialer, a prominent merchant of the town gave her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says she was well in forty minutes after taking the first dose. For sale by all druggists. Persons who sympathize with the af flicted will rejoice with D. E. Carrof 1235 Harrison street, Kansas City. He is an old sufferer from inflammatory rheumatiero, but has not heretofore been troubled in this climate. Last winter he went np into Wisconsin, and in con sequence has has another attack. "It came upon me again very acute and severe," he said. "My joints swelled and became inflamed ; Bore to touch or almost fo look at. Upon the argent re of my mother-iu-law I tried Chamber lain's Pain Balm to reduce the swelling and ease the pain, and to my agreeable surprise, it did both. I have used three fifty-cent buttles and believe it to be the finest thing for rheumatism, pains and swellings extant." For sale by all drug- Flourl Flouril For the cheapest and best floor on earth apply to Smith & Royal of the Fossil mills. a27 Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the co partnership heretofore existing between Nellie ii. Copner and Perry L. Ham, do ing business at Lone Rock, Or., onder the firm name of Copner & Ham, is this day dissolved by matoal consent, Mrs. Cop ner retiring from the firm. All notes and accounts doe the said firm are pay able to Perry L. Ham, who will pay all debts of the firm, and continne business at the old stand. N'ellib ii. Corsica. Perby L. Ham ' Dated at Lone Rock, Or., April 23, 1804. The Midwinter Fair. If yon intend visiting the great Mid winter Fair, call on the nearest Union Pacific agent, and he can tell you all about the exceedingly low rate and ad vantages offered by this line to Han Fran cisco and return, or address W 11. Hurl burt, Ast. (ien'l Pass. Agent, Portland. Choice Confectionery.; When yoo want anything In the fine pf real nice, fresh confectionery of all kinds candies, nats, bananas, honey In comb, celery, cigars, etc., call at my new store next door to uarKera store, : MRU, A. BRAHDENBUfWr. For Sale Cheap. . 320 acres of land', about half under good state of cnltfvatfon, adjoining Con don. Will sell for eah or trade for homes or cattle, tiec W. Goonic, Moscow, Idahe. S. B. BARKER, -DEALER IN- CEMER'L MERCHANDISE CONDON, OREGON. STOCKMEN'S SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS A SPECIALTY. Lone Rock Sawmill, J. S. HcKINNEY, Proprietor. Situated 22 miles southeast of Condon, "on the ridge ron'd."" " ' lam now prepared to furnish, on short notice, anjf kind of lumber at prices to uit the times, and on terms that will satisfy any honest man. My prices are as follows: ' ROUGH, $9; DRESSED, $16.50 TO 022.50 With a Liberal Discount for all Over Two Inches Thick. I have also established a lumber yard at Condon with Mr. Al Nen shaw in charge, who will be pleased to wait on you or take your order. E. E. SMITH, ' DEALER IN HARNESS, SADDLERY, WHIPS, SPURS, CHAPS, COLLARS, QUIRTS, ETC. CONDON, - - OREGON. HAND AND MACHINE-MADE HARNESS. Repairing a specialty. Call and see us when you are at the county mi I have had twenty years experience in this business and m MY PRICES DEFY COMPETITION. 33 JEWELER AND WATGH1AKER. R. H. ROBINSON, A jeweler of six years experience is prepared to do all kinds of repair- inir in & firaUelaaii manner and At vtrv tiuuWatA ratsL ORDERS FOR WATCHES AND JEWELRY taken, also engraving done to order by a Francis Improved Engraving Machine. All Work Guaranteed for one year. Shop in Smith's Harness Shop, Condon, Or. New Harness Shop CHAS. F. PERRIN, Proprietor. I have just opened up a bran-new harness shop, and very respectfully invite the public to call at my shop when in need of anything in my line. I make a specialty of repair ing, and guarantee first-class work. (Jive me a chance. TEH PER CT. DISCOUHT 01! ALL CASH SALtS. Shop in Barr building, opposite the postoffice, CONDON, - - - OREGON. J. F. FORD, EVANGELIST, Of Des Moines, Iowa, writes onder date of March 22,1893: 8. B. Mro. Co., Dufur Oregon. Gentlemen : On arriving home last week, I found all well and anxiously awaiting. Our little girl, eight and one half years old, who had wasted awar to 38 pounds, is now well, strong and vig orous, and well fleshed up, 8. B. Cough Cure has done Its work well Both of the children like It. Your 8. B. Cougli Cure has cured and kept away all hoarse ness from me. Ho give it to very one, witn greetings lor an, wishing you prosperity, we are yours, Mb. & Mus. J. F. Ford. If you wish to feel fresh and cheerful, and ready for the boring s work, cleiinse your system with the Headache and I.lvcr Cure, by taking two or three doses each week. SO cents iter bottle hv all druggists. Sold under a positive guarantee by L. W. DARLING & CO.. CONPOW. ORidoON. ELKHART GMS1IAGE Han ol t sgrnaun tar at ...... satin them the dealer's prol. We are the Uldo.ta.nd Lsrt.,1 raanuf actnrers In Amor. loateHlna Vehicles and Martina thlawat hin with privilege to eftftnilna paid. We p.ir freight both torjr. Warrant for 1 yeara. lOfrM moniljl B'tlrtre. Iree. Wa tuka ordarfilFTOH7 Ho. 1W4. too Btuur $43.C9 Ho. I, r arm blplriUaV "WHOLE-BALE PRICE, prtng WSon, S3I to SSO. UOarantMd SMneassellfurtiitttotilft. Surreys, SSStotlOO eame as sell for ties to Top Bucclea, 37.SO,aaftneaaold(urM& Flieet3na,&G0 to SIOO. Farm Wasjnnit, Wosonettes), Milk Wagona, Delivery Wapronsnri rtoad Cart, mruhs ua ats, hoxm a tmuitusv . kto.IT. IgmyBsni T CONDON BLACKSMITH SHOP. C. 8. CLARK, Prop'r. - ' ' i : r " i ' i ii. i General Blacksmith I ng and WOODWORK. The only first-class blacksmith and horse-shoer in the county. Main Street, Condon, Oregon. Lost, Strayed or Stolen. One sorrel horse, 8 years old this spring; was a stallion when Inst seen one year ago; small white star in faro; weio-ht li. nt limn ll.a --S3"- " ' '"( 'n"l VII M ill shoulder F B connected, the f hing In- ci iur hmu a smnii liar under botn. was last seen in Lost Valley country. I Will fiBV IR rnuurrl tit anvn'na !.. catrh the horse and notifv me of his wherenhonts, or upon his delivery to uie at my ranch in Loat Vallev. , if RICK lfAI.DI.NO. and HM'ESS f.IFQ. GO. before any nancy la ways If not sntlalatv Why pay an airrntSIO Write fiHir a. nrrl... all risk of d aniairA in Mnale, teSS Peukle Farm, 10 tat aaa.ns. $65 narnma. Ko. 781, Bmrr- alci aaa rut ETa. mrt Hleyele. ln.lieels, per Mant. oIT Tie eaah with er4n Sru4 , la pneumntlo tires, woldlaa1 u pHj pvmmgv m i ,vr.ais. eautiasjufc auiei iUDiug, arop rorsiniis.. W. P. $ATT. Sec'ys EUUiAHT, tU3 nttTiM-'