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“Don’t you see,” said the manu
facturer to" the wôftingman, “that
S. H ardimg , PuBtlSirKR.’ a duty on imports protects me, be-
canse it enables me to get higher
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ¡21, IMS. prfees from th« home consumer,
I ... T
: . than
otherwise get. ” ”
“Yes,” replied the workingman,
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
“and I am a home cohsumcr.” .
F ob P resident ,
“True,” responded tile manufac
turer, “but you can afford to pay
Of New York.
the higher priAs because the tariff
F ob V ice -P resident , *
gives me big profits and I am there
Allen G. Thurman, ;;
fore able to pay you wafces in pro
Of Ohio. ’
“Why don’t you do so -then?”
No man since Washington has
“Because I am not in the philan
n idolized a» was General I’resi*
nt Grant. And yet tho party thropic line of business, and I don’t
hieb claimed Grant as ite own is have to. Labor comes in free of
kpow Weeding from positions taken duty, and tho competition of la
aijd opinions stated by this great borers governs the rate of wages.”
“I see,” said the workingman, “I
man. The following is only one of
-many examples that might be given never could clearly understand be
tq show that the republican party fore how the tariff kept up wages,
Las been forced to change tactics Iff but of course I see t now.”
This is the whole argument in a
order toreerve the money and rail
road aristocracy-of this nation:
oramt , 1870.
There is one peculiarity about
I recommend you to confer upon the converts to the republican
the executive the power to suspend, party heralded from day to day by
by proclamation, the operation of
the laws authorizing the transit of the republican press. The convert
goods, wares and merchandise in is always a “great manufacturer’!
pond across thc territory of the or “great capitalist” and employs
United States to Canada.
so many thousand hands. These
-gentlemen go over to the republican
" I recommend immediate legisla party because they want their la
tive action conferring upon thc ex
ecutive the power to suspend, by borers to receivo higher wages.
proclamation, thc operation of all In other words, they go over to the
laws aqd regulations permitting the republican party in order that they
transit of goods, wares and mer- themselves shall pay higher wages,
ehandise in bond across or over the which is altogether one of the most
territory of the United State» to or
beautiful examples of disinterested
benevolence it is possible to con
ceive.— Btnton Leader.
The following dispatch from Sey-
Prineville has an intelligent
inour, Indiana, will be read with in Chinese resident; Ah Doong, who
grasps the political situation “all
Wc, the undersigned soldiers, same Mellican man.” Last week
having served in the following com he appeared on the street wearing a
panies and regiments, and never Harrison and Morton badge. The
having voted any but the republi badgo was stolen by an- enthusiastic
can ticket, desire to say that we, ah republican, who offered to replace it
ter having examined the vetoes of with a Cleveland and Thurman
President Cleveland in private pen badge, but Doong would not have
sion bills, approve of his course, it. He bought another H^ & M.
anil wish to say to our comrades badge and now wears it. proudly.
that we will each of us vote for
Doong, like all his countrymen, be
Grover Cleveland and the entire
lieves in booming Jiis friends.—
democratic state ticket for the first
Govr Green, of New Jersey, in a
D. L. P eacock , Co. C, 33d Ind.
recent speech, exposed, by one home
G. W. M itciiel X, 22d Ind.
J ohn S mith ,’Co. C., 22d Ind. - example, the absurd claim that
J ob . D in « man , 7th and 119th Ind. high tariffs make high wages. “In
W. R eamer , Co. D., 4th O .Cav. 1883,” he said, "thetariff on pottery
was Increased to 55 per cent., ami it
An Indianapolis dispatch says: had not been in force a month be-
“It is estimated that over 2,000 foro thc wages in the pottery fnctor-
speeches are being delivered every ies were cut down 10 per cent.”
night throughout Hoosierdom. Re The real law of wages was stated by
ports indicate that Senator Voor the governor in one sentence: “The
hees is addressing larger audiences prosperity of the workingmen in
than ever before greeted him. The this country’^ duo to the intelli
democratic state committee an gence and the organization and the
nounce that Thurman will spoak at productiveness of labor itself.”
the Shelbyville barbecue on October
Poor old Chicago platform! It
15th, at Peru October 17th, and at
declared against a reduction of the
Brasil on the 20thJ'
tariff, and preferred free whisky,
Georgo Gorham has gone ovor to tobacco and oleomargerinc to
tlie Cleveland democrats. Good!
cheaper necessaries—and the re
Ths republican party is rid of him.
senate ignores its demands
I'rejection has a purer air.— New».
to work on a bill for re
The last sentence in tho above
provokes a smile. For many years ducing the tariff. It declared
there Was no one in the republican against trusts, and now comes
ranks who would or could do dirtier Blaine with the announcement that
work for that party than this same trusts are private affairs with
George Gorham. Now when the which the president nor the people
party can use him no more it makes have any right to interfere —
ungentiemanly remarks about him. Oregon ***"' IlerM.
I ^»^11 -----
« NEW TO.U4T
The free whisky organs have Been
(From our Regular Correspondent )
invited several times to explain
W ashington , Sept. 7, 1888.,
these things, sayp the Cleveland
Senator Pasco replied to the re-1 Notice is hereby given flat 1 will pell at pub-
Plain Pealer, buv they don’t re- cent lurid remarks of little-“Billy” j life " i ! hu ! ° o I I on
Satunlay, October 6* 1^SK(
a. th. on the farm Wf A.
3r. Hurley, 14 nines
ol LafayettA, the
Why republicans in 1872 favored ChanuKT on the last state election fnlfnwincr
fair homw auu
salt and lumber on the free in Louisiana. Mr. Pasco said that |
.. acrtM 4«/ orchard und|
good improvements. A good house and-
the, miscellaneous undigested Ynat- other
other pood improvements with eight acres of
Why they have changed their
ter collected bv M jy Chandler and land, situate near the tffwn of Lafayette.
TERMS: One third cibh down, balun; e on
Why in 1884 the republioans laid before the senate did more time to suit the purchaser,
favored reducing tariff taxes.
to that senator’s industry than his — ------ !— ---------- 7-*—r----------------
Why they have changed their intellect. While the senior senator
Notice of Appointment iff Ad
from New Hampshire was anxious to
Why the republicans placed hides
on the free list in 1872.
Notice is hereby given that A. M Hurley
hag been duk appointed by the county court of
Why the tanning industry ivu» junior senator <liove to reviv?' bit Yamhill
county, Oregon, atiimnnrtrntOT ef the
not ruined thereby. .
terness and ill-will, and to create estate of Daniel O’Neal, deceased.
all persona haying e.’aiuis against
Why no pauper made leather or fresh antagonism between the two
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of
said estate are lierebv notified to present *he
shoes of Europe came over.
to the undersigned these SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest
races in (jhe south who were, for the at tils residence vouchers
near Eatnyrtt“, Yarn-kill
Why the leather industry pros
most phtt, living together in peace* county, Oregon, within six months from the in the market. ALSO—A full Une of C. M. Hender
pered more than ever before.
son & Co.'s Gents’ Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and
Dated thia 21st dav of September ,1^,
Why more workmen were em- fiif relations.
A. M. HURLEY,.
Representative jMmont, of New 7 5
Adminlatraior of said estate.
Why they got better wages.
York, who,1 as chairman of the
Why, in short, the republican'
houst? committee on foreign affairs;
tariff theory didn’t work.
Why the price of, wool has stead has charge of the Canadian retali
ily deolined under a protective tar ation .bill, made a speech on tliht
measure, which has been highly
At Extremely Low Prices.^
Why the reduction of duty on commended by members of both
We keep constantly on hand
wool in 1883 was followed by an ad- ,
vance in price instead of a decline1.1
Stools of 4
Why the lowest point in the price should consider- it a most serious
of wool was reached under the higV
• the arguments of my colleagues up
the committee on foreign affairs,
—Why sheep p in
Ohio , nave
\creased in nui mbefright along for |
seven years under a protective tar-1
I Jersey (Mr. Phelps), for I have had
And Furnishing Goods,
Are now receiving
^Vhy the sheep in Ohio decreased long'TxpeTience of the skill and in Queensware,
‘ in Ladies, Misses, Of
over 200,000 in numbcrs'duri)ng one genuity of both oi these gentlemen
Shoes and Slippers And cheaper than can be
year, 1881-2, when the highest wool upon such question's, and greatly
It carries the.
respect their opinions; but in this
Best Fitting Goods
obtained this side of
Why the prie'e of wheat has de
ments and repiembering that’ iq not
clined right aloiig under a protec
Boots and Shoes,
one single sentence has eithei; of
us a call.
Hats and Caps,
them declared his intention to vote
Why the price of corn has de against the bill, and after hearing
clined under a protective tariff.
such remarks as they have made
Why wages have declined under
In fact almost
upon it, my. only difficulty is to be
a protective tariff.
where Gents. Yontbe and Bore can
thing in hoota and shoes that yon want: ami Newberg
Why strikes and large bttter con
nrirea *s low aa yon are paying I ir poor cheap
politically opposed to the president
flicts between employes and em
» Dear to the Feminine heart, and
of the United States, should in such
| get them well broke to your foot. It is the best
ployers have been common under a
a grave crisis as this, charge upon
his To man, woman or child can be procured
e ai ~
1 hose are only a few of the many
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_ 1 t
lints that the w.nnle wnnhl like tn Juty-SO. bravely and Well per-
that the people would like to
formed—to guard and protect the
advocates of high tariff’ rights of American citizens and
in Yamhill County.
all frem One Firm, whone name
blessedness explain. It may not be I to maintain the dignity and honor is a And
Harris & Haney.
warrant in itnelf of Fair Treatment
as easy as to howl about rebels and
. of the nation. We are not demo- and Square Dealing. Our
rave over the bloody shirt and cry I crats and we arc not republicans
out that Great Britain is upon us 1 when confronted with the unfriend-
invite intending pur
but it would be Vastly more sen ! ly acts of a foreign power.”
chasers to. give us a call and Ornrllinn Read this advert).-ement because it is of vital OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM*
The house committee on nppro- examine our goods a prices. I lUUUuC interest to yon. In these days everybody has
PANY’S STEAMSHIP LINE,
in exchange for goods, for which to study economy, and find out where they can
' priationp has passed a resolution taken
A TEMPERANCE (?) PARTY.
spend their money to the best advantage, and
we will pay all the market will justify.
, the be>t way to do is to
expressing regret at the enforced
225 Miles.êihortef—20 hours less
ft affords good people Much joy | absence of Air. RandaH, and hoping Lafayette,
time than by any other route.
to know that the repuffienn ‘con , for his,-speedy return.
r^Fiint clMB throngh passenger and freight
The republicans.of the senate say
vention at Chicago at its close
The Papers If you neglect it you will often line from Portland and all poihta in the Wil
valley to and from San Francisco.
niisH glorious opportunities to spend your money
adopted a resolution which should
Judiciously and secure rarg bargains- For in
stance, wear e ibser ting
satisfy all prohibitionists that the I .Senator Teller^ in speaking un
Time Schedule (except Sundays).
Leave Albany . .1:30 ptoI Leave Yequina fi:45 am
party ¡8 a truly prohibition and pa i the Chinese restriction bill, made
Leave Corvallis 1:40 pm|LeaveCorvalli410:3>i im
Afrive Yaquina5:30 pmj Ar.ive Albany ll;10am
triotic p'ftrty. It is a great comfort I several personal allusions to Repre
O. &C. trains connectât Albany and Coi*
To day, because we have ju<t opened several
too to know that the brewers’ asso sentative Scott, whose haste in push-
cases of goods and in order to make sure of a vallis.
Tbe above trains cpnnect at Y aquina with
quick sale we are marking them at the lowest
ciation at Chicago in 1886 adopted
¡criticised. Mr. Ingalls, the presid
possible prices. If we did not advertise won the Oregon Developement Co’a. Line of Steam
a very similar one, no doubt stimu ing officer, called him to order for
would never know ot it. Now that you do know, ships between Yaqnina and San Francisco.
givo us a call-
lated t<?do so by the same inspira his personal language, but alj the
Fropi 6an Frai ’’rum Yaquina.
tion that worked upon the moral ' effect it had was to cause hi in to re-
WïllnmetteYal*) deptember . 2: September.. H
September.. 1 September. .20*
faculties of the republican conven
WWtawrefieVaFy September. .26
1 democratic national ronimitteo, in-
tion in 1888.
The company reserves the right to change
' stead of a lqember of congress.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA^
sailing dates without notice.
Here arc the resolutions:
The deinoerats in congress are
N. li.—Passengers from Portland and all Wil-
KEPÜBI.ICANS in 1888.
>«n»tte Valley Points can nvafre close connec-
! still hammering away at trusts,
With the trains of the Y aq C ina Korn st
R. P. UNGERMAN, Southern Pacific Company’s Lines Hiorl
“Mr. Boutelle, of Maine, intro and they pro;>ose to keep it up until
AlbAny^H* Corvallis, and if destined to San*
duced under suspension of rules the : ! something is done to break up such
arrange '0 arrive at Yaquina
as just received a large and
the evening before date of sail nr.
wcllselected stock oi S iov ** h and Tin
following resolution, which was 'monopolies.
rates always the lew-
state, debhrtment has .. re- i honaein
. and .. proposes
. t<» sell cheaper than any THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE! eat. For intbrmatjon, apply to Messrs. HUE-
house in the county. Everything kept on liatju,
Ticket Agents, 2W
“The first concern of all good ceived a telegram from (tie tinted- 'and repairing done nati.facloriy.
and 202 Front street, Portland, Oregon; or to
1“ 29, t-t.
governments is the virtue and so States minister to China, stating delav.
C. C. HOGUE,
Acting Gen’L Frt. A Pas*. Agt., Oregon Pacific
briety of the people and the purity that he, ha* no positive-knowledge L afayette .
O regon . Portland. mid San Francisco
R. R. Co , Corval’ia, Oregon.
of home. The republican party of the rejection of the treaty.
C. H. HASWELL, Jr.,
Gen’L Frt. & P jss . Agt., Oregon Development
Representative Oates introduced
cordially sympathizes with all wise
'IL CL Stepliens.
street, San Francisco, Cal.
and well-directed efforts for the a resolution in the house Wednes
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
promotion of temperance and mor day which was vigorously applaud
ed by both sides. It fixed the 20th
BREWERS IN 1886.
Portland............7:00 pm San Francisco. .7:4., ant
The members of Alic house are all
San Fran. isco. 8it>5 pm|Pg^ilai>d........ 10:50 am
lleKolrrtl, That we nibst earnestly Anxious to get away, but they can
M exican M ttstaao L tvimeict , Penetrate*
Local Passenger I '.oly, except Sunday.
ITujcltm to Very Bone ! Wonderful. T kï XJ.
favor temperance and most strongly do nothing without the senate, and
condemn intemperance, and appeal
Partland ......... 8:05 an Eugene..
if the republicans of that body lire Keeps n fi^tc’«- b M«»ck of wntclies, clocks, Etgeno...
....... t>:00 am|i’ortland.
• 3:45 pm
to every member of the trade to
jewelry nnd rpectach s and sells artmprecedent-
in earnest in saying that they in ed
make proof of this declaration by tend to pass their tariff bill before ------
Pullman Buffit sleepers,
his daily life and the daily conduct
Watche», Glocks and Jewelry repnfi ing a spec-
adjourning, it is more than likely
ialty—Al! work warranted.
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
iff his bfislncss.—
that thcre will be no adjournmenr
For accommodation of Second Class passen-
Give me a call.
Rftolved, That wc are in favor of this year»
gere attached to express trains
T. C. BTEPHENR.
both public and private morality,
The O. Ar C. R. K. Ferry makes connection
As soon as tlie news, unofficial
with all the regnlar traits on the Eant Side Di
good order and popular education,
Poor, bewildered Bonj. Harrison!
vision from foot of F street.
He doesn't know whether foexense that Levi P. Morton, republican etc.— Ex.
Chinese treaty by that government
WEST RIDE DIV18I0N
trusts or to ignore them; Oether to npiqjjjfee for vice-president, while a
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Ben Butler’s “brave words,” as was received here,* Representative
in 1879, voted
Scott prepared a bill restnetinn
Mail Train, Daily except Sunday.
stick to the Chicago convention or
spoken truly in 1882. “Norn, gen
Chinese immigration very short and
to wait for the senate’» patches; against a resolution to enforce the tlemen, there has been considerable very stringent, and on Wednesday
Portland .. .7 30 a m -t joaopb .. .10 05 a m
Corvallis ....12 2) p m
whether to dewy that there U a sur
said on the question of the tariff, it was promptly passed by tbe
Corvall s........ 130pm St Joseph.... 3 52 p m
St Joseph .. .3 52 ) m| Portland........ 6 15 p m
plus or to favor spending it; wheth did Reed, of Maine, republican lead and there is an attempt to lead the bouse without a division. It has ----- .......... Dealer in..........
Alhany and Corvdli. connect with t tin.
er to advise tariff tinkering or go in er in’the house, and several other workingmen to vote the republican ^ecn bung tip in the senate to hear DRUGS. MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS. of Al
for war taxes forever. Republican
Expreu Train, Daily .xcopt Monday
ticket upon the ground that if there
Representative Wheeler has in Soaps, Coinhs and Brushes, Trusses, Suppor
ism is getting to lie a very uncer friends of labor.—AT. Y. World.
is any change in the tariff these troduced a bill putting cotton-bug ters,
Shoulder Braces Fancy ami Toilet Articles Portland ........ 4 50 pn MoMnInnTille. R 00 pm
......... SOO pm
tain article.— Ex.
An exchange tells how a Kansas will be lowering of wages, and they ging on the free-list. A similar Plated and Gold Jth4e)ry
, k e . R ROGER8.
Art O F 4 p Agt
Comparison is invited to the fol judge was recently struck by light justify raising more than 1100,000,- the senate. If either of these bills Patent Medicinea, ete.. Family Medicine«.
lowing words of President Cleveland ning and cured of deafness. We 000 more than is necessary by tax become a law it will be good-bye to GOOD8 WARhEXTED A8 REPRESENTED
mi trusts with Blaine’s position on do not doubt it in tho least. It has ation in order to have protection. the cotton-bagging trust.
That $10,000 contribution of Mr-
tlie same subject Mr. Cleveland, long been known to science that a I am opposed to all that, and the
Cleveland’s is still worrying the re
Mt his letter of acceptance, says:
is a radical and eternal cure for stated the matter precisely in my publicans. Senator Plumb referred
J. J. Hembree, Proprietor.
member of our party will be i a numl>er of diseases.
to it in the course of a running de I am pr.p.rril to give good tercia ■ odatkis on
xcusing the existence or be-
, abort antic-, to peraona wiah ng
bate irf the senate., the other day,
tóame or conveyaaee.
the pernicious resulta of, Gen. Samuel F. Carey, of Ohio, to you workingmen. tA taHff or but he took care to say that he did
“Mr hacks connecta with the daily trains
devices to wrong the people.” voted for Old Tippecanoe in 1836 any pther tax coming directly out not object to it. Nobody had asked to (E7
carry nan.ng.re to ami iron the depot.
and again in 1840. But he » for of the people, out of the producers, him whether he did or not.
e agricultural college at Cor- ' Cleveland now and predicta that he should be no larger than the
The claims of several prominent
last week under the will carry Illinois, Wisconsin, In economical expenditures of the gov democrats are being pushed for the
Oregonian Railwaj, L’d, Line.
the state. The diana. Connecticut, New Jersey, ernment strictly require, and if any Russian mission, made vacant by
tlie resignation of Mr. Lothrop, of
Portland & Willamette Valley R'y
® of this in- New York and Miehigan.-*-Indmn- man undertakes to tax you more Michigan. How soon tho appoint
Until further notice trains will
than that, he simply robe you under ment will be made is not known,
and depart frohi Lafayette
the promise of law, and having got but owing to tho number of other 17th of September, 1S88.
as follows, to and from Portland.
the money badly spends it badly.
Cleveland is now engaged, it is not Free achoUrahipe from every connty in
Ai,He ____ 7.Miam
I AU needed protection to American probable that it will be made for the Mate. Apply to your County Super* i PortiMd....
rmd»« ... 11 45, ni Sh.rsiaa Jon 11 38 . m
industries, all needed protection to some time.
1 Sh.rrlan Jon 3 511 M
, 2: * m
American labor can be had under
Rumors continue to float around
i AiHiof.rriT! fia, a Po^ttad (») 3 « f
such an economic revenue tariff. here of the contemplated removal of ClaMical, Scientific, IJterary. and a
' uwmi «no.
English Course in which there is
The tariff was made for war pur the Chicago postmaster. Post-mas short
ter-General Dickinson refuses to no Latin, Greek, French or German
• m Portland.... lo 10 o a
poses, in war times and as a war confirm or deny the rumor.
The English ie pre-eminently a
I °r f»n'h-rinformation npplr to Ua I'fto
tax, and it ought to have been re-
»•»’ • Agoet at lafayotto, or iddrm General
aimost wm an interested li»t< ner to the de
»«<■». cornar Boaond A Pino Sta.. Portland Ofn,
fifteen. bate in the retaliation bill in the
Notice of Sale.
Men's. -Boys’ and Youths’1 The Lafayette Shoe Store!
At Bedrock Prices,’
To go for Foot wear
Geo. W. Burt, I
Watchmaker and Jeweler
J. M. Kelty,
University of Oregon
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