Albany daily democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1888-192?, December 11, 1893, Page 2, Image 2

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i'lUUl W Vll IftT US
The Salem Journal savs oar country ii a
nation. Yes, In so far as th powera dele'
gated to the general government by Ibo
constitution of the United States are con
cerned. But ao far a the powera which are
not delegated to the general rjovernment are
concerncJ our country is a union ol stales.
a confederacy, The general government is
supreme aa to all the powera which are
delegated to It by the constitution, and the
state are supreme as to all powers not
delegated to tlie general government. Here
in is our country different in Its constittu-
tional organism from such "nations an Great
Britain, 1'rance, Russia, Spain, etc. The
states of our union have a distinct polt'lca)
autonomy which they have always possess
ed, possessed even before the union or our
"nation" wjs farmed. As a matter of
logical as -well as historical faci the stttes
are oldsr thin the union. The s'ates made
the union or njtion' which had no political
existence until the constitution of the
United States had been formed by delegates
of the several states in convention assem
bled, and afterward adopted by at least nine
of the states a:ting,ea:b, in Its sovereign
capacity. Even after the constitution was
formed eich state was left absolutely free
to say for itself whether It would ajopt the
constitution and become a member of the
union or not. Khode Isl.mJ, acting In It
sovereign, independent character, rerr.alne.l
out of the union of states for throe years
before it saw itt to aloptthe constitution
and become a member of the union of stites.
The late war settled but twj questions, one
the right cf a state to secede peaceably,
and the other, Incidentally, that slavery
should be abo'lshed. It our union was a
confederacy before the war it is yet. Th e
right o! secession was never held by but J
few. "States' rights" docs not mean the
power to secede but It means all those powers
of legislation and government which were
net delegated to the general government
but which vere reserved to the states in the
formation ot the constitution. In this sense
the Democrat Is earnestly and I'eadfistly
a favor of state's rights' and no man
can set up a claim to patriotism that does
not do so. The power to legislate on the
subject 'of crimes, (unless committed on
government reservations, for forts, etc.)
of public schools, of public highways for
the states or the counties of the states, and
all matters of local concern are powers that
bj'.ong exclusively to the general govern
ment by the constitution. In these matters
the states are supreme and thee aro 'states
rights0. The general government has no
more right to ecerdse these powers for the
states than nas the British Parliament. The
Journal may call ours a 'nation' dog
matically, but the stubborn facts of history
showing that it Is a union of states remain
and no Ingenuity Is powerful enough o
overcome them and no Intelligent man can
dispute them successfully.
. It Is absolutely within the Bounds of
rason to say that no man of ordinary in
telligence ever seriously believed that presi
dent Cleveland ever contemplated entering
the Hawaiian islands and by military torcc
driving out the provisional government and
reinstating the queen on her throne. But
It would be much more consistent if those
who are protesting so loudly against the
right of the administration to do so, would
have protested equally loudly when Min
ister Stevens under the Harrison admlnls.
tra'.lon used the military power of the Unit
ed States to sustain the revolutionary gov
ernment of president Dole.
Congress will fall to do its duty If it docs
not pass an Income tax law. Nineteen
twentieths of the people demand It.
A Medical Firm Elves Awaj Cas?u
J. F. Smith Co. ot No. 15J Green-
ich St., New York, the manufactur
ers of that favorite catliarV; known as
Smith's Bile Beans, have, adopted a
novel plan. They ask tbo individual
buyers of Bile Beans to send their full
Came and address, with an outsido
vrnppe r from a bottle of Bile Beaoi
(either size) to their office, and they
give (5 for the first wrapper received
in each morning's mail, and f 1 fortho
Sd, 8d, 4th, 6th and 6th. Every day
(10 in cash Is thus sent to their cor
respondents. AskftrSMAUiSizc.
Dr. Price' Cream Raking Powder
Forty Years 1;.. 5tadard.
11. 11. IIVI'E. V. II. 1'. II. JAM IS
Baltimore RIotk. Allianv, Ore.
(OH-i'Mr lino cf
iu all is hr.itii !.--.
EMBALMING -t- : :ty.
lit siJiT.ce cori' r :A and -'.t. J via Strut
Th OrtwVw howls with weary ca
dence the wiiMtl uriff bill leaving
high duty on manufactured goods. People
of ordinary intelligence, however are not
likely to be mislead by this weary howl
when they reflect upon the fact that Mc
Kinley pet a duly ot 9a per cent upon wool
en giods while the Wilson bill reduces It
to 35 per cent. The Oiegonmii endorsed
the McKlnley bill because this duty, 92
per cent, was just high enough, but it con
demns the Wilson tarlll duty (3s per cent)
because It is too high. Just at this time
that paper is drawing very largely on its
stock, of ot'idor as well upon It ability to
delude and befog the people.
The Oregon City L'nierfru: complai&t
that the Wilson tariff bill is partial to the
New England States. Itsa this meas
ure aims :o give the manufacturer of the
East ample protection. Let us see. This
bill gives the manufactures about 35 per
cent protection. This that paper says rs
ample protection. Well if this Is ample
protection why dlj McKinley give tne.n 92
per cent? The truth is that with woul or.
the free list and the duty on wcolcns r?
.lucej to 35 per cent from 9a per cent the
woolen maiufuturtr is not treated as
fairly a under the present law. Hut one
tiling is noticeable: Ut.Jer the Wilson bill
the masses are treated much mere fairly
than under the present iiw.
The Salem Jtwrnc says: "The Albany
Democrat wiiich of late years, for very good
reasons his changed its narre says" etc.
Now the Democrat has not changed It
name, neither Ui it had any good reasons
for so doing. What put It into the mind
of the Journnl to make (u:h a statement is
beyond our comprehension. Tae Jcurnal is
as far from the truth about this matter as it
isiromine tacts ot the history of cur
coun try.
$100 Ec-naid, $10!!.
Thft VHiIpi-k of this minor v. ill h Trtf-i.rl
loiiru that there is at least one du-aded disease
mat science lias been nolo to cure iu all iMi
etagea and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh be in a a con
stitutional disease, reruire8 a constitutional
ireaimeni. nan s vaiarru euro is lateen inter
nally, acting directly upoc the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system, thereby dest roving
the foundation of the disease, and giving the
patient strength bv building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much taitli in Its curat ire
powers, that they oiler One Hundred Dollars
fnr any case that it fails to cure. Send tot
list of testimonials.
Address, t J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo,.
tWflold by Druggist-, Sac.
Albany Marker
Oats, 25 .
Hour, f 4 .OfJ.
-utter, 20o.
Eggs. 3(io.
Lard. 12 lo 15c.
Vork - ham 12 to 15 H, to 10s.
al... it to 13o
Hay. baled. $7
uo aloes, 4
A pple , 4r
Hops. 163.
Dried f.uill plu.ns, applet, Po
Cli .cleans, ' 00 pr dozen.
Boef, on IV ot,
Hojcs die mu. Hz,
EotL ihe method end results iv'uer
Syrup of Figs ii taken j it is pleasant
and refreshing to .ho taste, ond acts
gcnlly yet promptly on tho Kidneys.
Liver and Bowel?, cleanses the sys
tem cfi'ectually, dispels colds, head
aches atd fevers and cures habitual
constipation. rrnp of Figs is the
Onlv remp.lir ita Lin.l akm.
duced, pleasiiifr to the taste and ac
ceptable i 1 1'0 gtwu.-K'h, prompt .3
its aciioii and truly beacficinl m us
cfleets, prepared only frc: tho mo?t
heallliy ami ngreeablo subrtaice?, its
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and have mad-i it tho moot
f'.il;'r remedy known.
iSynip of F'igj is for sale iu COc
and SI bottles by all leading drug
gists. iiny reliablo druggist si bo
L..-y net have it on hand will pro
cure i: promptly for any cue who
wishes to try it. lo not acctpt any
10JISHU!-. nr. Afis rw, .r.
Arc tcV-tnk fymptoms that pour blood
is not ritjhtiultof impurities cawing
a fhtggish and ttntigntltt complexion.
A Uic Ixytthtof '. S. S. will rcmon
all foreign and impure VHittert chanse
the hUiod thoroughly, and gitx a char
and rw complexion. It U most ejct
tat, ami entirely harmk$9
Chs. Ileaton. 73 l aurel Street, ThiU., "tarr
'I hare had for ?earsa hunxT in my blood
hich made dread to shave, as small boils or
pimples would be cut, thus causing shaving to
be a great annovance. A Her taking three bottle
Smy face is all clear and smooth a
it should be appetite spl-ndid,
sleep well ar .l I like mating a
foot race all for the ue of . 6.
Treatise or blood and Vin disease mailed free.
iUlr l Sl'tClriC tO Atiaou, Oa.
noKiB t'VXslBRRliasj
Pay Perry Conn.
Terms, cash at F L Kenton's grocery
flease pay Perry Conn what you owe
If you want a rioo smoke call for Joseph
white labor cigars,
The bcsijrnoat cotlee in the city at Conrad
Mwyer a.
The best watch In the world for the
money at French's jewelry store,
Kine Southern Oregon peaches as F L
Kentoo. Now is the time to ean them.
Motor makes live trips daily toYieieck'a
addition. Lotr there 03 installments of $1
per week.
Genuine parts for all sevtng machines,
also the best oils, needles, etc,, for all
sewing machines, bicycles, et:., at U
Will's music store. Sewing machines and
organ repaired reasonable, and all work
warranuJ. Needles prepaid by mail 40c
a uozen.
Thousands of lives are saved annually by
the use of Aver Pectoral. In the treatment
cf croup whooping cotigh, the Pectoral
lias a :m : marvelous eftect. It nllavs in
iiammr.lion, frees llieobstructednlrpassage
anu comro s me uesire to cougn.
Dr. Price's CreanT Baking Powder
Host Perfect Made.
and is tired, will find a special help
in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. Perfectly harmless in ' nnv
condition of the female system. It
promotes all tho natural functions,
and builds up, strengthens, regulates
and Cures. For women mmrnfir-liinff
confinement, nursing mothers, and
every weak, run-down, delicate wo
man, it is an invigorating, support
ing tonio that's peculiarly adapted
to their needs.
But it's more than tlint. inn Tt.
the only guaranteed remedy for all
the functional disturbances, painful
disorders, and chronio weaknesses
of womanhood. In "female com
plaints " Of OVprv kind, norinrlipnl
pains, bearing-down sensations, in-
leruui liuiamrnaiion, ana Kindred
ailments, if it ever fails to hpnn.
fit or cure, you have your money
Something oIsa ihat. nqv,
dealer better, mav lie i
" just as good." Perhaps it is for
nun, but it can't be, for you.
IV x.wui-. Buuame jor
; (Jrennnittkinp or ligbt house kefpinir
Inquire of 1, Vierick.
fT BT?VT ....;.,
ARNINO I. the undersiencd.
warn evervbo-v lotctcivs anv
:on njy rims whoever it is, for I
net he responsible.
I OST.-Somewhere In lire faEtetn part
i nf the city an Iron jiplrli l.vel, with
tures. leveln. fierae return to N O Cinu
C. MICKEY, M.n.,
Phvician tuO Suigeon,
Office t'liUirs nrer Mic
UkiiV al trrron.
Bolitietlcc, corner ICth ml Oalapoob it,
Star Baker;
Cor rtrorttlnlbiH antl Fir I
miis-sI Irons, Canuci' Met
Cisxkwnrp, ( arcnRwnr. .
Orieil Frulm. Vcicr'.alileN,
Tuliriico, llgnris
NaRitr, Kplceis,
(oiler, Tea,
Etc,, Lie,
foe .vcr-tii...a that is kept In s mntT
vsrUry Mid tctxry .tore, UighMt
ruArk.l pric puj for
r. Or, l iMrrion- Hllnre
The X-'tetl Ciainnyant rd Life R..?r, 1 n -
here, itnl r:i Wf- utnl t bcr ntnitncr rext !
J B C.-u.-ill". M.e tt?l! ilout all tuJr.-t, m
present tnl futnrt; t.e triuHed, a!trnt trie i i aiiJ
tiu?incM. You ti hear ttr.m vour dtad rii.J,
di-rii;ptil hc been ftf imd Ini:nift rater of
tl.e s.-stat i f I, t.rrharJ. lfe tf l.inn r. tnity, Or,,
ilett-astil. All pt-rxtns having tiitna Naint
t;ite are I.ere-Sv rvipiired U jTint thtn iluly
eriftotl a by law t.)iiire.l t" tlif ui,.hr:-tuM at
f-mai'ts, Ortiion, i:hin nu'iitlu frcw the
da' e here f.
lateJ tV.if :tth dT cf NfirVf, 1V.
IK' r.KftnARP.
HK.NUY i;KKll Kt.
ttlhtil ,, A rhim'iH.r.ain, A.iminitnt.-r.
Attj t -r;.
kmt m a re. even yfurnoid ri feci! v
on K W Achita,ii Mafb e wo ks '
Dress Goods,
Capes and Jackets,
-at : ari eatlv : reduced : prices,
Make your selections
Undcrfnkers - - aisiS - B'mfealiHcrs.
WE KLEP ci ri'lmllv r n 1 ml a full lii.c of i; Irlic, i lrth nril vec il casket l
ccllins. Alfo l ui'iiil ictts and si. lis, in I. it ruiclnlli, 'nlin ,c : sl ir i u ,( n
which will be void at
Tlif l.onCNt I.ivini; rroIHs.
EIViBALMIPkG aiul ":e proper care of the dead a specialty.
Will sell all crrrkerv ware and holiday goods a(
COST- Here are some prices: Lamps,' wortli
50c for 25 ceuts; lamps, worth $2 00 for ,: $1.00.
cups and saucers H5 to 10 cents a set; pla'es, -10 cents pei
set. Everything else i;i proportion.
Call on mo and you will not be deceived.
J. Gradwohl,
Reduced trom
uT.e Greattti ef all our reripjieatt.'
The foremost men of the world write the literature
el contemporaneous activity lor THIi FUKU.M.
Every nreit subject Is taken up by The Forum when It naturally comes Into
public attention and is treated by th. best authorities, without regard to parties
or creeds. It Kill keep any thoughtful reader informed on the tasks and problems
of the time, as no other periodical does.
To many thoughtful people, the price ol The Forum has hitherto been pro.
hibltory; Indeed all the treat Reviews have been too hlrih In price lor the muses
ol Intelligent readers. But now the number ol readers ol thoughtful literature
men and women who wish really to know what Is Kolnrr on in the world out
side the narrow limits ol particular sects and partics-ls great enough in the
United States to warrant so revolutionary a reduction In price. The Forum
discusses Important subjects, but it Is not dull. The literature of conttmpo
raneous activity Is, In tact, the most interesting of all literature. American
citizenship implies that a man shall know the opinions ol the foremost men
and the latest great achievements In every direction of activity.
Tho Forum is now as cheap as tho magazines of mere entertainment.
The Forum Publishing Company, Union Square, New Voric.
25c. a Copy. $3 a Year.
Bargains for farrr.era In both riding and
walking plows, disc harrows, iron harrows,
etc. Prices In proportion to 50 cent
wheat. It will pay sou to call anil see us.
- bltWARTf k(JX
.H. JOSEPH, Proprietor,
Only White Labor Employed
. """.Oki,. A. P. Aanstaoao, Paiscsrau " '
iJenadtfaeyeAf. Student, may enter at any time. Catalogue free.
c-P3"irs .EDUCATION PflVg
m Cab'net photo from $t.coto$4.oc
. 1 'assssnaassa'r 'ox. We carrv'a large stock
. nr. i.r.
early while they have a,
J; if -S:
; WWV--.,
4 GEXIS make Jr.
rlav. (IrAXeul
ireneu ntennu oror InvnntA,. Ho
tails 3.k'. 3 to 6 sold at every honw.
4sr,p'e, poetatteipaid, five cents. Mc
mah is to, tjinciunatl, unto.
llTAr-TED.-Countv and citv war
V iaut bought and o'd by II "F Mer
Klnllonpt v. Tnilpt Aril. I.. ..
'""""""J, LIC.
Hodnes t McFarlanti,
The Cornet Drug Slurc," Alba,
At the ktoic fonnett owned
Alien Bros.,
for which I will pay tin Lisi cash nCl
Firemcns Election
tvtotick isnKu:;r,Y(;iVK:
1 on Monilav, the t iti diy cf hectr.
Dtr. inyj, at uic nan c?i uiu Albany F.n.
il'inc Co, No 1 , llie annual tltctir,no( ;,.
iVii'anjr l1 ire i'fj.ri:.-vHi, 01 uie ci;r c:
Albany, Linn county, Ou'jiun,
held for ihc purpose of eltvjiinjf a Chit'
nriiurt:r mm an ami.i;ih iiici'.ne( I
01 (lie siKi ,ia"y riru i vpnrtrr.t?-;
Tl. t .11 I .. ......... 1 1
pointed by the Hoard of Delegates of siid I
Albany Fiie ns iud-es c:
.ni.t C'..r.l,.., Init-ll. W I. f-:ti .. .. I
1 i.c itiuuniiiK nave Deer. n.
r-.UU .us. ....... .1, , I, VJit.-rFT( ff
li.OOII., M If X" III I lips.
bald election will commence at one I
o'clock p in and continue without closing I
mc poi; uiiiu six o ciqck p in ol saiti ilav,
Albanv, Or, Nov 291b, 1S91
l'rpf . Pro Tern.
j w uiic, M-c i'ro 1 en..
Assignee's Notice.
Notice z hcreb given to all whom ii m
co icern, that on the 4.h day cf XovemUi
lSi:J. Anthony Prccst LtF C butler dulJ
made an aiiroment io"me ot all their proper
iv inriDG Den tuts 01 an meir cieaitor.
ccotdao co uith Ihc ccaeral aiticnmen'
awsof the ititerf Oreyor; therefore
perrons having claims avaiust the co-art. j
neriship firm of said Propst ad Better arel
hereby notified tod required to pwurttV.e'
same to me unner 01th at the ftthce ti W l;
Uilveuin the Citv nf Albanv, Oreaon litt-
in three months from the elate hereof.
Dated this 17th day of November, 1S93.
Fit AN KLIN i'l.OP.-T, Alij(Let,
Notice to Stockholders:
Noticw la Ii ore by (riven that the annyi!
stockholders nicotlug of th Farmars A
Merchants Insurant Company of Albnj
Or f gun, wl;l be nt tht rompany's
ofUie iu the cit? of Albany. Oregon, on
Wednesday, Jauimry 3rd, Ifc.M, at lb
hour of 2 o'clock n in of said dav for tbe
purpoHe of fcltctin 0 (nlrej directiscf
aaid company to i-erve on- year andt
transact 8.i?lt other buKintHt as iuit
rotulTly come before said meeting.
Dated Decern ler 2nd; lM'.l.
F Feai1; Kecxeurj I
thus inskiiiir 1 .On tc 35.O0
I'Elt U'EEK, Writes pttlemd wtio on I
furnisli a horse sud travel thrcu&h the conn-
tr;a team, though, i.s not necessary. A I
few vacancies in tewnsand cities, opsrt I
hours may le used to gfO 1 adr.tJfie.
fl F Inn ais A Co.
1 Uli and Main Sti. Uichmoj.'. Yi.
20 Easily Made.
VTe want many mm, women, bo, ant! arirlt I
work for us a lYw hours dailj-, rip lit In sod rrfia' I
tueirowu homes. The busim-is U enr, 1
strictly bonoraMf. ond navi btttor tr:sn sbtciU(
oflV-reJ aciat. You have a clear fifld soil 1
competition. Kx prince and ipcciI sbility
mcessary. No cailal requiml. We equip I
with everything tint you need, treat yoo el
and hi-lpyou to earn ten limes ordinary Tip
Women !o as well as men, ami boys and f
make goo I pay. Anyone, niirwlien'.candoil1
work. All Btjcceft who follow our plain snd
pie direction. Knrnrst work will surely brief
you a prrt-at deal of moner. F.ven thins: w
and in great ilemaml. Write for our psmpl
circular, and receive full Information. No lj,r
done If you conclude not to gu oa with tbe
Georce Stinson&Co
Box 488,
r a it .1 -.hs l srt.v-ne na
lot of iiesh grass seed, of almo: er
It. Come and see us.
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Orups, rnintM. Oil
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