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WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
At the Repuulican convention inWash-
Tliis shows that under a protective
W ASIIIN G TO N LETT E R.
tariff it takes a farmer two years to save
; ington, D.C., to nominate delegates to
what ho saves in ons year under a tariff
(From Our Regular Cerrespondent.) ' tlie Republican national convention in
for reuenue only. So much for the plea
W ashington , Feb. Gth, 1888. [ Chicago, a very disgraceful scene oc-
that the country has flourished more
' curred. Fredrick Douglass the vener
i ' l.o-e ','21m'a
ironi . ‘1l"'77 i • 1 «-lati-h.
The week in Congress lias been an un
J trb ..,
under protection than undur so-called
H. Iz. HIC7VTIÏ............. l'nbllaher.
able colored politician was crowded,
usually intareating one and considerable
j crushed, and trod upon, aud was quite
cer. C — - -
real woik has been done in committee
8. 8. S .aii l I* '
M c M lmnvhj . k , F riday Feb 17, 1888.
lint our Republican friends reply that
j seriously hurt. This is a specimen of
rooms and on the floor of both the Sen
was in ver ■y
” ‘/.rur 1 tall
all the necessary articles of wearing ap
tho Republican esteem for the colored
drdK about I was strong and l>uu.«unt. anu
ate and the House. Among the Senate’s
Ot s. «• S- d u: , ,‘Ute. t.wsard » •» » ■"<»*
parel are cheaper now than prior to 1860.
TO OUR READERS.
doings was Senator Kenna’s defense of i
valuable liie.l Wine tor la<!l. s 11 v...A. il U
Let us seo.
II (» • hoUM Uot uwulUuo
the ¿Administration and the President's j
To all parties sending us Four
. tariff message, in which he undertook to !
SPA»TAX®VRO, S. C.. April J,19?’ .
new subscribers to the TELE
demolish the argument made by Sena
Gentlemm-FT tw*ipy jpa*” ‘
th« world, in the increase and in the
a nz.re hi : D.y left cheex. It h < »
wor#e. Ti e ina..y j.bMiMawi
PHONE; cash accompanying perfection of machinery. Everything is tor Sherman in his recent speech, and to 1« often the beginning of serious affec
w /n“ I huf connuP.e<l
of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes,
np «hV K'-H<. MM fall a >e ;r rao I iMVun
the subscriptions; we will send cheaper now than before I860, but these show the urgent need of tariff reform. tions
us I lk S. 8. Al tiret it iiifl'unud theHuie,
and Lungs. Therefore, tho importance
Senate passed the resolution which
and it became i:iora virulent »ban e
the TELEPHONE for one year articles have decreased in price more in Tlio
of early and effective treatment cannot
much •<>. In tred. thU u y fan-ilv
provides for changing Inauguration day
thu I • houki i -ave (<1T the nic-Luiae. 1 r-
We aro prepared to offer the very highesr grades of texture to kJ
be overestimated. Ayer’s Cherry Pec
England than in America.
ihtrd in -i D. l - the S «. S. A' l- ' ■> I <» ' J»
Free of charge.
from tho 4th of March to the 30th of
the .->ure was entirely ht-.i.i d. ll.nik
toral may always be relied upon for the
h,-ih.s: fl'.i'c: 11 -V.L-OU: o: niv e..n.- Hull in.
forded at the price and we confidently believe that on this point ire.J
The tariff must go, and as the T elephone
April, and for fixing the beginning and
I reft '
i’.e ni*-.tliuliiH; but la No'einber,
speedy cure of a Cold or Cough.
the common horitnge of the race, and
without competition, we urge a critical examination of these gnojg I
ten nu-fi'h • f 'T n very .-I'/ht bee ¡kingout
is tho only paper in the county fighting
termination of the official terms of Sena- !
Last January I was attacked with a
lower prices are due to invention and to
«nd now tl.nl is -ns • d.-: p eFi'Ug. I nave
tors and Representatives to the same ; severe Cold, which, by neglect and fre
protection we ask the assistance, the inllu-
evtrv hath in S. 8. «. It m s d iu* me m<>re
machinery and not to the tariff.
quent exposures, became worse, finally
. 11 the d
rs ai.d other nudl-
date. A number of bills have been dis- ■ settling
They show for thcmselvc that they ¡ire the latest and nobiest. Ey«.!
ence, and support of each subscriber in in
on my lungs. A terrible cough
But for the tariff every articles fanner
every has to buy would be cheaper than it is.
wants Fashionable Clothing to keep abreast with the uiodt, I
W inston . N. C.. A j ril 1.’, 15<7-
the chest, from which I suffered intense
Gcnth inen—T'A o < r ihr^' j (. r ogo a can
home in the county. A little aid on the The tariff is imposed to keep the farmer inctease to $72 a month the pension of
ly. After trying various remedies, with
cer came on r..\ face. It
n grew to bo
costs our patrons nothing to do so.
any person totally helpless from injuries
quite large. It wore on me, and m? g. nerat
out obtaining relief, I commenced taking
part of our present subscribers will enable from getting the full benefit of low prices.
health was very poor.
Set p u-ovr• I
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and was
begun a coarse of a. 8. 8.. w lech I ! •< > con-
received or disease contracted in the
Here is tlie way it works. Tho tax on
tiLiie-l to the pi.-..-nt ibii” wit.i
us to do this
army or naval service of the United
result. The cancer ha- ent’rel/ di ui’i-catei.,
We are determined not to be undersold and we aro equaly determig
Will you do this?
mixed dress goods costing 34 cents a
tnere bi lug do evidence <y
¡U 'toin of a
I am satisfied that this remedy saved my
cd that no such bargains shall be obtained elsewhere as we offer, id
cancerous vhitr.ietcr left. 'Iv gene»' ;* De.".' .!
We offer very liberal inducements to square yard is 60 per cent.; on mixed
life. — Jno. Webster, Pawtucket, Ii. I.
Th« House of Representatives has
lia- biea in yc..r«. lam
years < U ¡nt
means low prices to all who come.
I contracted a severe cold, which
today 1 i.ni worlcing in the la I I : iiieiag
agents who will work We want a live, dress goods costing 21 Aj cents per square debited the Lowry-White election con
corn. Yuurs truly,
J onas L imkiuch .
developed into Pneumonia,
Special attention is called to our new line of Furnishing Goods, IU
rustling, active, curliest, worker in every lo ysrd is 82 percent. Mixed woolen and test; given a blow to cheap literature by presenting dangerous and obstinate
Gentlemen—I had a sore on my upper lip
for eight veurs. Seven different doctors at-
Caps. Gloves, Trunks, Valises etc. etc.
symptoms. My physician ordered tho
cality. Write us for terms, We nre on tin cotton goods, 36 inches wide, require, let requiring it to pay book postage, and
1 in vain to heai it. One guve me a
use of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. I£is in
ainull v?.al for live dollars, which wasa ‘cer
us say, ten yards for a dress. Fora
tain cure.1’ It is needless to say th.;t it did
eve of a very important election,an election
passed a number of bills for tho erection I structions were followed, and the result
me no good. About two years ago I becamo
dress costing $3.40 the tax is $2.04, and
was a rapid and permanent cure. —
quite uneasy, ns people thought I han a can
of public buildings in different parts of II.
in which j’our best interests are concerned,
Entire satisfaction always guaranteed. Wc nro also agents for J
cer, find I took a course of » lffhtecn bottles
E. Stimpson, Rogers Prairie, Tex.
the tariff compels the farmer to pay
of S. 8. S. Tae result has been acomp’eto
and by helping the circulation of this paper, $5.44 for what without tho tariff he tlie country.
WOOLEN' MILLS carrying a full lineoftU
Two years ago I suffered from a severe
cure. The u.eer or cancer healed beautiful
ly, leaving scarcely a perceptible sc.-r Ffont
Cold, which settled on my Lungs. I con
In the Lowry-White case the question
vou can, it is possible, help your own in would get for $3.40.
’ Clothing, Blankets and Flannels, these
sulted various physicians, and took the
is whether or not Air. White, who now
Spvuii'.c having purified my blood thorough
are so well and so favorably known that further comment is uselts
medicines they prescribed, but received
For ten yards of mixed good«, ßuffici-
ly, increased my appetite and perfected my
digestion. In a word, I feel like a new
occupies the seat, was a duly natura only temporary relief. A friend induced
thev simple have no equal. Remember our motto, —[THE BEST
ent to make two dresses for tho chil-
woman, ami, best of all, the eight year ulcer
me to try Ayer’s Cherry Ped oral. After
lized American citizen, and bad been so
is gone entirely. Yours sin? i clv,
GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.]—
taking two bottles of this medicine 1 was
dren, the cost would bo $2.13, the tax
LifiH W. P. CANSON.
for several years at the time of the elec cured. Since then I have given the Pec
Trenton, Todd Co., Ky., Feb. 25, 1887.
BIS 1101’ & KAY.
$1.75, a total of $3.88, for what would
toral to my children, and consider it
Ti eatisoon Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
A correspondent to tho Louisville cost, excopt tor tho tariff, only $2.13. tion ; and was therefore eligible. The
The Clothiers and Furnishing Goods Men of Yamhill.
T he S wift Si i.< ific U >.,
The Best Remedy
Drawer 3. Atlanta, Ga.
Courier Journal writes to that paper re This difference runs all through the list Democratic majority of the Committee
For Sale by Rogers A Tcilil
for Colds, Coughs, and all Throat and
citing the arguments of a republican of domestic articles and is a sufficient on elections say no; the Republican
Lung diseases, ever used hl my family..
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
friend in behalf of tbo tariff. Tbo re answer to the absurd claim that the minority say yes. The question will
*-Robert Vftndefpool, Meadville, Pa.
Some time ago I took a slight Cold,
publican friend insists, first, that the tariff cheapens the cost of wearing ap probably be decided to-day in favor of
Which, being neglected, grew worse, and
You want any thing in the line of
¿ountry has been more prosperous in parel.
settled on my Lungs. I hail a hacking
The everlasting Blair Educational bill
cough, and was very weak. Those who
riiie past twenty-fivo years than at any
Now we come to the fourth argument
knew me best considered my life to bo
other period of it« history ; second, that that the beneficiaries of the tariff, those continues as tbif unfinished business m
in great danger. I continued to suffer
all tho necessary articles of wearing ap employed in protected industries out the Senate, but is put aside from time to
until I commenced using Ayer’s Cherry
Pectoral. L mb than one bottle of tins
parel aseiiower in price than before the number tho remainder of the popula timo to make way for other business.
To-day Senator I’latt, of Connecticut has
war; third, that this reduction in price tion.
feel that I owe the preservation of my
the floor for a talk on the tariff.
life to its curative powers. — Mrs. Anu
is due to the tariff; and fourth, that the
According to tho census of 1880 there
Akron, New York.
It was expected that Senator Kenna’s
t bonelicoriei of the tariff, tlioso employ were 7,670,4(13 persons employed in agri
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral is considered,
bed in protected industries, outnumber culture unprotected; in professional and
here, tho one great remedy for all diseases
of the throat and lungs, and is more
all the remainder of the population; aud personal services 4,074.238 unprotected, joinder from the Ohio Senator, and as is
in demand than any other medicine of its
that, fifth, it is not unjust to tax the while in every branch of mining and usually the case when a straight out
class. — J. F. Roberts, Magnolia, Ark. ft
California Express trains run daily
.rains for tl.e Fast leave Ash St. wharf
minority for the benefit of the majority j manufactures not over one-half of whom party fight is going on tho galleries were I
every .lay at 12:30 A. M. anti 1:15 1*. M.
Ayer’s Cherry Peeing,
provided the minority do not suffer can be protected, there aro only 3,837,- full and the Senators were in their seats- '
Attached to the 1:15 p in train arc through
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayl» & Co., L'jWe||, Maw.
Pullman Sleeping Cars ti ¿¡¿Council ¡Bluffs
112 hands employed.
Bold by oil Dm-giate. Price ; sil bottle,, $5.
and St Paul
These aro the stock arguments ad-
Hero is a total of 15,581,843 whose West Virginia figuratively pounded
Attached to the 12:30 a m train is the Portland 4:00 l’,M. I San Trim’7:t A. M.
10:40 A M
Walla Walla A Dayton Sleeper, wiiicli can
**n|iblican press and ora occupation is given, of whom only 2,000-
be boarded at East Portland station any Local Passenger Daily, Except Sunday.
all the strength at his command.
tors, whoso whole ambition is to live at 000 at the utmost have any benefit from
time lifter 8 p m
Mr, Sherman, who was sufl>c’,ently
Trains arrive al 2:15 and 7:15 p m every
the oxpense of tho poorer classes of the the tariff. Allowing 3j¿ persons sup
Portland.. 8:00 A. M.I Eugene.. 2:40 P M.
people. The Courier Journal subjects ported by such wdrk and we have seven
The company reserve the right to Eugene . .9:00 A. M.iPorltand 3:45 P M.
change steamers or sailing days,
the arguments of the republican friend millions out of tho entire population of thing, that the Democratic party had
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
TO ASTORIA,-Str. R R Thompson
to a test of common sense and the cen fifty millions who derivo any benefit been in power in the House of Repre
EXCURSION SLEEPERS for second class
Knowing tho impression from the tariff. Instead of being in a sentative tor ten years, and not a single
and Saturday at 11:30 p. in. U S Mail Passengers on all terough train - FREE
i whicli exists in tbo minds of many majority, forty-three millions are taxed affirmative proposition or measure as to
steamer leaves Ash st. daily, except Sun-
tho tariff question had been presented to
v, at 6 a. in., for Astoria.
farmers agaist the democratic campaign to support seven millions.
r.tper Hanging and
Tin' O. C. R. R. Ferry makes connection
the American people. He said if he had
’ TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
cry of "a reduction of the tariff,” we
In view of these figures it is scarcely
with ail the regular trains on the East Side
Division from foot of E Street
will submit to them the article of com- necessary to examine tho claim that
-jnon senso ns printed in tho Courier there is no harm in taxing tho few for past thirty years he would not be worthy
TO OREGON CITY, Dayton and Al
Prompt Attention to Orders ft®
banv.—Str. leaves Portljml at 7 a. tn.
Journal. -We want every wage worker the benefit of the many. If it were true, of a sent in the United States Senate.
West Side Diviflion.
in tho county to read this article :
still justice demands fair play to the
Dayton and way points. Returning leave BETWEEN PORTLAND
First, what is a tax? Webster de minority. Democrats insist that it is a
Dayton as 6 a. in., Tuesdays, Thursdays
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
fines a tax as “a charge, especially a wrong to tax one man for the benefit of tion to foreigners to help to make good
ami Saturdays. For Albany and wav
pecuniary burden; a levy of any kind ten ; one man lias liis rights and the go the absence of brave Union soldiers. He
points at 6 a. ni., Mondays ami Thurs
Portland 7:30 A. M I ('orvaliis .12:25 1*. M.
days. Reluming, leave Albany Wednes Corvallis
made upon property for the eup]>ort of vernment is formed to secure him in the would have voted then for any kind of'
6:15 P. M.
days anil Satmdavs. TICKE i OFFICE
law to have defeated the Democratic
At Albany and ( • rvalli« connect with
the government," It is not something enjoyment of them.
trains of the Oregon 1’acitiu B. R.
party of that dav.
contributed by the government to the
Gen. Puss. & Ticket Agent.
Express Train Daily Except Sunday.
-----When I say that
The most impoitant bill of a general
citisen; it is a contribution by tho clti-
NOT A SOLID SOUTH.
zoo to tlie support of the government.
Portland 4:70 1’. M.IMcMinnvillcS:W.M.
on Patents is that of Mr. Anderson of some of the best Bread, Cakes, and Pie.-»,
McMii.’ -Hb-.'s: L7A.M. I Portland 9:00 A. M.
It is not an addition to the aggregate
Republican newspapers lmvo been cry
made by an experienced baker
E. P. ROGERS,
wealth, but a substraction. A tax does ing so long about th« solid South, that a Kansas to reduce the lifetime of a patent
G. F. A Pass. Agt
E. W. Allen’s Garden ami Vegetable
not create, it destroys; it takes from the number of people in this United States
seed« for flale.
Have the most complete tailor shoponth
taxpayer a portion of his earnings, and in McMinnville especially, think cussed by „the committee ttnd remanded ’
nominally for the support of the (iovorn- that the entire democratic vote is polled back for further consideration. As far |
inent. Now tho tariff is taxation. It is in tho South, and that it is unanimous, as developed the committee is divided as
a tax levied on imported goods. If a because it is not allowed to bo other
The only bills of a general character
farmer sends twelve bushels of wheat ' wise. Look at the official count of tho
abroad, and buys five pairs of blankets, vote of 1884, aud it will be seen that the before tho House Pension Committee
First-class accommodations for Ccnmier
cial men and general travel.
when the blankets roach tho custom ' South is not quite as solid as some of
stock well cared for.
house the Government takes two as its these people think. The presidential amend the act bo as to place te unsters
street, McMinnville Oregon.
share, which pays the tux on the three ' vote of 1884 showed a democratic voto of in the Mexican war on the pension rolls
Everything new and in First-Class Order
that remain. That is tariff taxation. I 1,71(1,143, a southern Republican voto of the samo as soldiers. The former, it is'
Patronage respectfully solicited
Instead of adding anything to the far-1 1,255,960, northern Democratic vote 3,- said, worked equally as hard as the rank ;
mer's blankets, it reduces the number 1(14,832, northern Republican vote of 3,- and file, and were exposed to fully as
Notice For Publication.
from five to three, decreasing his wealth 589,050. This gives 450,177 more Demo much danger, mid for this reason it is
Cascade Division' now completed,
Notice of Final Settlement.
I considered proper that they should be
L and O f kick at Oregon City. Or.. (
to that extent.
cratic than Republican votes in the
February 7. 1887. J
making it the Shortest, Best’
Ilia neighbor learns of thia, and when ' South, and 384,218 more Republican than
Notice is hereby given that the following- ed lias tileil his !:mil account in the eountv
he sends his wheat to market, Im does democratic votes in the north, a major
court of Yamhill , mmty, Oregon, as execu
tioh to make final proof in support of his
not try to buy his blankets abroad ; he ity of 65,95# votes for the democratic both been in Washington lei turing. The claim, and that sai<i proof will be made bc- tor of tl.e last will ami testament of Aaron
Payne, ilcceased, ami said court has lived
goes to the domestic manufacturer with party which aro evenly distributed latter thinks tlie temperance sentiment t7>re the county clerk of Tillamook county, upon Tues,hiy, March G, 1*88, at 10 o'cloil Itie Dining Car line. Tho Direct Route.
No Delays. Fastest. Trains. Low
a. m at the court house at I.afavette, iu
the money ho has received for his wheat, throughout the United States. Thus the
March 31, 1' a XX. viz : John Rupp, pre-emp said county, as the time ami plat e'for hear-
est Rates to Chicago and all
lie finds that instead of getting live! "solid South” ns branded on tho stream 1 and that before twenty years there will tion D. S. No-
for the \\ ’ 2 S E ’4 sec, Hi’ thereof Therefore, all persons ¡ut.-r-
points East. Tickets sold
estcil In said estate are hereby notified to
blankets he only gets three, the menu- 1 ing remnants of the bloody shirt; which
He names the following witnesses to
to all Prominent Points
facturer keeping tho two, ns tho Govern are hung up in every Republican news in all the States. High license he con prove his continuous residence upon, and appear at said time and place, to show
if any ¡lu re be^ why said estate be
the East and Southeast.
siders the worst enemy of prohibition, cultivation of, said land, viz: James Gil>- cause
not filially settled and said executor dis
paper offico as a thought bringor ; is a'
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep
i because it makes the liquor traffic re >on, Henry Olds, James A. Briggs and M, charged.
These illustrations tell the whole story. myth.
D. Reading, all of Tillamook, Oregon,
Joiix H i tch , t . oft . Executor aforesaid
spectable, and tho more respectable the
W T B urney , Register
Instead of increasing the wealth of these (
1 i :\ ioa ,<■ F extox , Attorneys
Reservations can bs secured in advance.
longer it will survive. Henry George
Dated February 1. 1888.
farmers, we see that the tariff lias uia- '
PROTECTION A HOAX,
thinks President Cleveland w ill be re
terially lessoned it.
To East Bound .Passengers.
L axd O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. )
No tax adds or can by any possibility 1 The republicans say wo have project elected if he will stick to his tariff mess
January, 21, 1888,f
I»e caeful and do not make a mistake
add anything to the wealth of any I
Notice of Final Settlement.
but be sure to take the
Notice if hereby given that the following-
ed you from tho pauper labor of Europe.
It has been w hispered about the Capi named settler has filed notice of his inten
people, until tho half of a thing is moro 1 If they have wo fail to see it. They
tion to make final proof in support of his y.kjiKl ba: ill. dm th< count) court of Yam
than the whole. Tho tariff does not add have not dune it as can be seen by the tol this week, though I do not vouch for claim,
and that said proof will be made lie- lull county, Oregon, their linai account a«
..}our tickets read via
to the wealth of tho people, but it does ! suffering miners in Hie protected coal the truth of the report, that the Judici fore the county judge or clerk of Tillamook executors
the last will and testament of 1 His LINE, St Paul or Miniieapolis, to
Tillamook Oregon, on Saturday. lA.Iia J. < of
take money from tho farming class and ( districts ui Pennsylvania. That idea is
Marefi 17. 1888. viz: Barney Breodv, liome-
avoid changes and serious delay* occa
give it to the manufacturer. The manu in the minds of thinkers a myth. Thous Hidering the preparation of a icaulution stead entry. No. 5723, for the N W ’. sec iiNui.np 'ii rne<fiav, Marcii fi 18S8 qt 2 sioned bv other routes.
O'clock p. ill at thè court Imu'se at' I.af-i-
facturers call thia "prosperity,” but the ands of tho paupers of the European calling upon the Department of Justice f I H R 8 W.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars run
in sani eountv, as Hie time and
Ho names tbs following witnesses to yetto
tor hearing thereof
Therefore all on regular express trains full length of
to prosecute Gould, Huntington, Senator prove
proper namo is confiscation.
his continuous residence upon, ami place
I countries have been turned loose upon
But, any tho Republicans, the country ' American eoil by the monopolies who Stanford and others w ho are Bbown by cultivation of, said land, viz: E M. Keys, appear at-am time kind place, ami show (in! I"1*.’»
It is positively the shortest and tin^
tho report of the Pacific Railroad Cem- M A Keys, A. W. HtdlandG W. Chance, ’
is mere prosperous than evor.before.
11 :1: '
ic be, whv
all of Tillamook,Tillamook eountv, Oregon. not linally
have grown under a republican adminis-
line to Chicago and the east and south and
settled and said executors dis
W, T. Bi KNEY. Register.
Not nt all. The increase in the value I trillion. 'Die monopolies were protect mission to have made millions of dollars
the only deeping and dining car thrw
"P I ■■ ■
of larius from 1850 to I860, a period of ed Yes I The pauper workmen were fraudulently out ot th<- land giant roads. —
Maahlnyton St., Portland. Oregon.
Ft.xrox A I'rsrox,
a J Arri Ko x
Omaha, Kansas; City, and all Mim«*
revenue tariff, was 100 per cent.
turned loose to compete w itli .American
, , ,. ,
•’«’ini Executors aforesaid
I.ixii Oll ier at Oregon City, Or., t
A D i HARLTO.V.
Between 186.) and 1870. high tariff.it (labor and you can now' »eo the republi
Dated bebruary 1. 1888.
THE VOTE IS THE POWER.
January 18, lsis.i
Asst General Passenger Agent.
was only 41 per cent., and from 1870 to can i lea of protection staring you in the I
Its magnificent steel track, uniurpw^j
>..tii e i.< li. reiuivon that th.- followir«
train scrvice^and elegant dining w®
Notice of Final Settlement.
1880 owly 9 per cent.
The people are a caldron tilled with a J named «i ttler h i’.«'ed notlci f !:i< int. n-
face when you read that miner» iu Penn
sleeping cars has honestly earned for it“*
Under a revenue tariff the value of tlie sylvania earn 70 cents per day. where | liquid called public sentiment, ami be I ti ni to make rtmii proof in support of his
claim, ami that «aha proof will be before the
of theestateof Henry
farms increased $3,273,469,581 in tes formorly they earned $2.50. Protection ! fore thu campaign ia over this liquid county judge or clerk of Tillamook eountv, imr.'"
in ,hc ««uni}
Oregon, nt I'iilaiuook. Oregon, on WedmF
bah! It makes our eyes tired to rca I the I will boil over and extinguish the tiro of day. March 21, 18SB, viz: A. B. Ilalloek (Olili of laniluli eountv. Orison liis iinni
Under a tariff for protection the value ii gument* advanced by our republican republican protection which is burning homestead entry No. 5474, for lots, 2 3 : n.l aecotint, ami said court has fixed upon
i Others may imitate,but none can surpass‘[-
Ine-day. Marell 6. l'x-. at 2 o'clock n 1 „
of farms increased, in twenty years, only cotemporariee.
up tho vitals of the many for the support I I. i-ee ;i. T t S R to w. uml 1, 2. 3 ami I
Our motto is "always on time ”
th “ame’’ Tl*OlTR<’n' ‘° ,,ear
sec, (i, T I 8 R IO W
of the few. The powsr in this land is
all persons are here-
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tick«®
lie nntv.es the following witnesses to bino fist
' >r Third and D streets. McMinnvill#
From 1850 to I860 the increase in the ; CENTRAL COMMI TTEE MEETING, the voters aud the republican party in prove hi« contimxms residence iqxm. and
'ia this celebrated route and take n'"*
of, sni<| land, vix: W.T. New
\v II MEAD. 0 -'
value of farm machinery and imple
their efforts to control the finances of cultivation
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comb, John P Day. 11. F. Goo.|«m ed and
No. 1 Washington street, Portland. Or-
ments incr?a»ed 62 per cent. ; from 1860
The county Democratic Central Com
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to 1870, high tariff, it increased only 33,1 mittee meets at the oflkeot AV. I.. Brad which is very liable to overwhelm tlisir
Dated January 12. Isxs.
and Irom 1870 to 1880, only 20 per cent. shaw. at I.afayette, to-morrow. This is nicely laid plans for the consutuation of
Notice for Publication.
Live stock, in the decade of a revenue the first move on the political checker
Re Best Rigsiltbe City. Orders
their one great aim, "Tho division of
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tariff, increased 100 per cent. ; during board in this county. By the way how
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the next ten years It increased only 40 would W. L. Bradshaw, our present
lYoiiptly attended to Day #r
Notice is herrb. • - j
Notice is hereby si
l>er cent., and from 1870 to 1880 it actu efficient deputy prosecuting attorney do er amongst the politicians who are n um I settler has titFd notic» of th,
uned settler baa fl) ii.i
lion to make final proof in support OÍ 11Í9
n to ni nko final tq
for district prosecuting attorney. We making tho laws ami doing the bidding claim amt. that said proof will 1« made
t of hi,
ini, and that said
Taking all three of these items, which think ho would make a good man for of the protected trusts and monopolies before the eountv clerk of Tillamook Colin«
Blacksmithing and carriage ironiaj
tv. Oreeun. at Tillanux ■k.
make up our agricultural wealth, we tliat position.
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which infest our land.
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find that in ten yean, under a system o(
pre-emption. D S. No. 544.0. f„
of 8 II 1-4 and N K 1-4 of - \y
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taxation, limited to the needs of the Go
Pla ne lias written a letter saying he
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vernment, the wealth oi Die farmers in is not a candidate for th« Presidency.
He names the followiag i
And plow work a specialty
prove Lis continuous re*idencv
creased $4,013,149,433, or 101 per cent., The politician is «eon throughout the
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while the total increase fur twsstv yeats letter, and it is a certain fact that he
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-undor protection was only $4,122,388,- want* the nomination notwithstanding
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íaT"Celebrated Oregon Iron Hsn**
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GIVE ME A CALL.
The Official Democratic Paper.
The Best Qualities & Substantial Made,
Our new Fall and Winter stock of
ing is now on exhibition.
A Common Cold
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Who Lies ! I Don’t
Miss A. P. Young, Henderson
Bros. Props Transcontinental Rente. Fine Suits a Specialty!
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