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would probably turn the tide against
the passage of the tariff bill.
WÔÛL AN» THE TAftiee.
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Invalid 3 Years
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To the R eporter I have heard it j The democratic central committee
W hat do you say. democrats, to said by democratic speakers and met last Thursday and decided not
have also seen quotations in demo to fill'the vacancy in its legislative
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. coming over and training with a
party that stands for protection that cratic papers, that wool was worth ticket caused by the declination of
J. G. BCIÍ ’I
A*sot idle Istillar.
will protect? What i the u. e of be 15 cents per pound in Australia and l Mr. Burch. We do not understand
ing a protection is t unless you are a but ltl cents in this country, from that the committee had any right to
AIM ERTI3ING RATE:.
good one? Your own party has which they draw the conclusion that decide that the ticket should not be
Reading nutro < in local columns 10 cent» per
filled, but it could decline to perform
line for fir t week and !> cent» per Une thereafter. flopped over and become a protec wool is higher in Australia than in |
Display advertís' mentí annual rates, one Inch
the duty eutrusted to it by the nom
per month 11 ea> h additional inch Ou Ceuta per tionist party, to judge bj the bill the United States, and that the tariff
convention. That is what it
Obituary and marriage noth'- not exceeding just perfected m the senate. It pro is a farce.
that and nothing more.
M lines published free, if furnished in time to tects about everything except wool
I consider these quotations unfair
Recurrent new; Additional matter lucent*per I
on the part of thedetn-
and lumber. It you are a protec and misleading, for several reasons.
is not very credit
First, they are taken from the papers
I tionist, why not train with a party
FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1894.
that will protect your own home in
the leading commercial cities in Aus- politics. It is thoroughly disrep
. tralia, and are general quotations utable. It can only be characterized
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
T he Salem Journal indulges in the representing a country as large as as an open and brazen attempt to
following caustic but just criticism the United States, and should be i accomplish by disreputable methods
W P LORD.
of Pennoyer In theory Pennoyer compared with the quotations of that which is confessedly out of reac h
Of Marion County
has been a reformer. In practice he Boston or Philadelphia, the leading by legitimate and proper methods
For Secrc'RTv of State,
If it means anything it means traffic. “C. I. Hood & Co., I.owell. Mass :
11 K KINCAID,
has himself joined in extravagance wool markets of this country,
of Lane County.
“Gentlemen:—I am glad to tell you that 1
It means that the democratic voters
have been gnen good health
For State Treasurer,
Sarsaparilla. For three jeacs 1 was an in
himself, as nearly everybody else part of Oregon, regardless of shrink
Of Grant County.
valid, suffering terribly Horn
seems to have done. He says he age or quality. Wools are quoted in sell their suffrages to whoever will
For Supreme Judge,
Nervousness arid Lameness.
C. E. WOLVERTON.
recommended th»* abolition of the the United States at all the way from
Of Linn County.
** I was so nervous u could not bear the least
domestic animal commission, for 5 to 25c per pound, and in Australia
noise, and 1 had to walk with crutches lor
C M IDLEMAN,
six months, as 1 could not put uue ot my teet
service on which he gets 1250 a year the same, hence the inconsistency of bite at so thin a game. Not all dem
Of Multnomah County.
to the floor. Physicians did not do me any
For Superintendent of Pnhliclnstraetion.
good, So a friend told me to get Hood's bai
G. M. IRWIN.
Jefferson simplicity and Jacksonian tralia and comparing it with some on their honor, but enough “heeler:,''
Of Union County.
will be found to carry out the plan.
honesty to refuse to take this $2,000| locality of this great country.
I Said There Was No Use.
For State Primer,
W 11 LEEDS,
The way the democratic “heeler ’ “However, alter thinking the matter over, 1 de
Of J r '- l - ou County.
eidedto give it a trial, and have taken six
figures is this. He has one vote for
For Representative in Congress -FIrt District, I nothing he would bo a true reformer. worth from 6 to 11 cents.
bottles ot Hood's .Sarsaparilla, and the re
suit is that 1 am well as any one could wish
■ And so with thousands of dollars he , Wool in Colorado is worth from 12 representative and it is for sale. If
For District Attorney -Third District,
to be, and can do ar.y kind ot work. 1 ad
he can find a hundred republican
draws on other boards and commis to 15 cents.
JAS Mc< AIN.
vise all my inends to take Hood's Sarsapw
Wool in Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, voters, each willing to buy it by
sions. He clearly does not earn a
Fort ircuit Judge-Third District.
1111a tor i believe it will do them good."
>1 II HF A ITT
agreeing to vote for the democratic
Miss Sesin D m US on , Colton. California.
dollar of this money on the domestic etc., is worth from 14 to 18 cents.
For Member Board ol Equalization.
candidate for clerk or county judge,
Hood's Pills curd liver ills, constipation,
animal commission which has noth-
In other states different prices.
S. D GIBSON.
Hence the injustice of saying that sheriff or anything on the democrat biliousness, jaundice, sick neatucue, mdigestiaa.
Joint Represents“** Yamhill and Tillamook
iDg to do and never meets, If he
in the United States is worth ic ticket, he can make terms with
were an honest reformer he would
il G. GUILD.
not draw this money. One act of 10 cents because that is the price in every one of them. If he can find a duce their prices on lhe same lines of
COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
returning a dollar thus dishonestly Oregon. The reason wool is quoted hundred populist suckers anxious goods. This reduction in price-; will
and illegally squandered by law, less in Oregon is because the shrink enough to elect their legislative either cause manufacturers to re
would do more for the cause of re age is greater or the quality poorer. ticket to slaughter part or all of tbe duce the price which they pay for
J F <A1.EK1.A1H
form than all his long tirades about I presume it would be a hard thing balance, it will be a still softer thing. labor or close their mills altogether.
Where the scheme is likely to fail If they reduce wages, laboring men
for a democratic politician to give
UEO W BRANSON.
think, is in the size of the run of and their families must be the suf-
ferers. If they close down their
R eferring to an item in lhe R e is worth at present 7 cents per suckers at the June election.
laboring men are thrown out
A E McKEKN.
OVER THE TRACES.
of work and deprived of all means oi
tive to organizing a home fire insur worth 10 cents, which is true, and
ance company, the Newberg Graphic harder still to tell why eastern Ore Harpe/» Weekly has defended the support. Because of reduced wages
has something to say that is very gon wool is worth 5 cents per pound democratic tariff bill through thick thousands of men are now out on
J. E MAGERS
strikes; and because manufacturers
much to the purpose:
more when clean than valley wool.
and thin, being an ardent deciaimer have in many cases voluntarily closed
We know of a mutual insurance com
Now the answer to this question for “tariff reform” and willing to
their mills, many more thousands
pany which 1» confined to one county
J. C PENNINGTON
will answer the question so often accept anything less iniquitous to its
and one township in another county in
are out of employment. Hence, the
Indiana, that has been doing business asked, why is wool higher in Aus mugwump sensibilities than McKin- remedy for the present distress and
But the latest phase of the the relief of the great army of the
for twenty years or more and the busi tralia than the United States? Mr. levism.
C. E BRANSON.
ness done by it has been so satisfactory Weatherford said in his speech last tariff measure as developed by the unemployed, seems to us very ap
that no outside companies need apply Saturday evening that wool in Aus four hundred senate amendments, is parent. Give us a high protective
J. B STILWELL
business in that territory. Such a tralia was worth 15 cents in the too much for its “reform proclivi
tariff: stop the importation of foreign
C F DANIELS
company carefully managed would be a grease and 27 to 28 cents clean. This ties. We quote from a lengthy arti
goods; start all the factories in this
great saving to the people of Yamhill shows that this wool does not shrink cle in the issue of May 19th
country, and the great army of the
“T he tariff bill as it stands is a
T he most unfortunate man in the county. One fact the people may be as over 45 per cent. Now, wool raised
unemployed will at once find plenty
sured of however, and that is this : Just in Oregon shrinks from 65 to 80 per
surrender to the protectionists. of work at good prices. Trade in all
democratic party this year will be
as soon as an effort is made to organize
the one who happens finally to have such companies in Oregon, the old com cent and is worth from 6 to 8 cents. That it is better than the McKinley channels will take on new life and
that tariff bill called by his name.
panies will wage a big war against the It is worth as much clean as the law is all that any one can say in fa we shall have great prosperity again,
scheme. The companies have a grip on same quality of Australian wool. It vor of it. The professions and pled as we have always had under similar
T he sugar trust has a stronger the insurance business and they will is a positive fact that, the Pendleton ges of the democratic party are vio conditions.— The Harbinger.
hold upon the democratic party than not give up territory without a fight. scouring mills are paying 28 cents lated in nearly every schedule. It is
anything has had since the days This however, is only additional evidence per pound for clean wool at this time. not only a protection measure, but
Jimi', ttiliinuHiiit} io Himself.
when the slave power used to con that it is in the interest of the; people to
The Salem woolen mills bought in some respects it is more prohibi The most inhuman outrages, outrages
organize for mutual insurance.
32,000 pounds of eastern Oregon tory than any law except the Mc that would disgrace the savage, man jx-r
wool last month at 8 cents per pound Kinley act that the protected trusts petrates upon his own system by swal
E. J. C rawford of Eugene, who is
lowing drastic purgatives which convulse
T here is little more left of the
and it shrank in scouring 72 percent, and monopolists have devised.
“For twenty years the democratic his stomach, agonize his intestines and
original Wilson bill than there was an old Yamhiller and a reader of the hence it cost them 28$ cents clean.
of the man’s gun that had been R eporter , writes to say a few words Now suppose they had bought Aus party has been promising relief from weaken his system. Many people con
stantly do this undertheimpression that
mended so much that nothing re- concerning our delegation in con tralian wool at 15 cents and it shrank the burdens of tariff taxation. Its medicaments onh' which are violent in
mained of it but the touch-hole.
45 per cent, it would have cost them newspapers, orators, and party plat ; their action, and particularly cathartics,
sonal he says some things that every
27 cents per pound, so it is easily forms have pledged it to give the I are of auv avail Irreparable injury to
health is wrought und- r this mistaken
A bout the only legacy which the one will recognize as sound and true seen that the price paid in the grease country, to use one of its own now , : idea.
The laxative which most nearly
democratic party will leave when it
does not show what the wool is false-sounding phrases, “cheaper approaches the beneficent action ot na- Third St. 1 door W.
homes, cheaper clothes, cheaper food | lure is Hostetter's stomach Bitters, of Burns i Daniels
is driven into retirement on March “It is very hard to become prominent worth.
in congress,’* remarks Major Handy in
I which is painless but thorough, and in-
4th, 1897, will be dearer sugar and a the Chicago Inter Ocean, and further
All manufacturers buy wool on a and cheaper tools. ’ Beyond that, it i vigorates the intestinal < anai instead of
largely increased national debt.
says: “Those who really make the laws clean basis, hence quotations for has promised to the farmer, who is j weakening and irritating it. The liver
; and stomach share in the benign disci
are the members w ho have held their comparisons in different countries our chief exporter, a larger and freer pline instituted bv this comprehensive
Best 23c .vieal in City.
T he faith of the democratic party seats for years, and by hard work and should be made on clean wool, and if market by reducing duties, and medicine, whose healthful influence is
is pledged to Ed Hendricks for a close application have become recog this is done it will be seen that wool thereby adding to the articles produ felt throughout the system. Malarious, Cilice Fruits, Confectim, Nils ana Cigars.
rheumatic, kidney and nervous com
second term, provided his record nized leaders or experts on one subject of the same quality is worth as much ced abroad that might be exchanged plaints
succumb to it.
shows competent aud efficient ser or another.” Such are our senators and in the United States as in Australia for his breadstufts and cotton. Aud
Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
HELLO, who is it? A new Customer? Well, what
vice. He can have no possible claim representatives to-day, and it behooves at the present time, and as free wool now what a result! The party is in
Board by ih« Day or Week
can we do for you?
I RO H THE ( HIM\ l’RI S»i.
on a single republican voter.
The us to see them returned, and not make is democratic doctrine, wool is being power, and it is beaten and disgraced
Is that WALLACE & WALKER ?
support and honor of the republican the experiment of sending new untried bought and sold in this country now by men of its own.
party is pledget! to A. E. McKern,
It has been forced to surrender by
Dr. J. W. Watts returned home
eminence by years of toil, even though at free trade prices.
and every individual member of the they have the capabilities. By giving
democratic senators and at least from Lakeview Thursday after an
Well send me one of those BROOMS you have dis
To conclude, I would say that from
absence of three years. The Dr. |
party should stand by him.
played in your show window.
our support to either of the opposition the fact that wool in Australia which one cabinet officer, who have acted will move his family to Albany where I
parties in tbe present campaign we give sold for 15 cents per pound two years as the agents of trusts, or who have they will reside in the future.
Well, what priced one do you want .'
been pecuniarily interested in pro An owner for the tools left by the
W e have been asked whether a vote so far as we are concerned for a
ago, sells for 13 cents per pound
me see, what do you ask for them ?
tected properties, or in the sugar- burglars in the recent post office
Nathan Bierce, the populist candi novice in national legialation. We have
now, and wool that sold in the Unit
robbery bobbed up serenely in the
date for governor, is not the same gained much of late years and it will be ed States two years ago (in republi trust securities.
A will cost you 30 cents.
“The bill has now been remade person of Mr. Eluod of Carlton. This |
B will cast you 25 cents
who last year leased and farmed a very unwise of ns to now let go and can times) at 20 cents sells now for
C will cost you 20 cents.
for the fourth time. It was bet tered being mixed up in the affair.
large portion of the Umatilla reser take a retrogressive step Nothing can
10 cents per pound, it would appear
4 will cost you 15 cent».
i FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
in the house, passing over for the
vation . We have made some inquiry, be gained and much will be lost by trust
ing our business to those who are inex as if the tariff were not all bun
moment the adding of the income
Well, you had better send me one of each, as I do
and whether that is true or not, perienced, and too, may prove totally in
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
T homas B- K ay .
not expect to buy brooms so cheap again. How in
tax; it was changed by the subcom W. G. Henderson, of McMinnvi 11«.
Bierce is cultivating 2,500 acres of competent to transact it when tried for
world can you sell them so cheap ”
mittee not greatly, it was made republican nominee for sheriff, was
the reservation this year, He is a yeare, to say nothing of honesty in the
Well, you see we bought them at a bargain and
monopolist in his line of business caBe, which is always of grave import I f a person wishes to see Oregon much worse by the finance commit in Amity Wednesday. He gave the
South side Third St. between E and C.
Blade a call while in town. Laying
are giving our customers tbe benefit.
from the ground up, and we presume ance whether in personal or state affairs. represented in the U. S. senate by tee; and now by the addition of more politics aside we have this to say for
Sylvester Pennoyer, a vote for than four hundred amendments it is Mr. Henderson: Tf elected to the
that is the reason the populists are
Oh, is that the way you do?
supporting him Besides cultivat W e hope wool-growers will read either the democratic or populist brought so near to McKinleyism that office to which he aspires, this county
the leading republican protectionists will have an upright, honest and im
ing 900 acres of land of bis own, he Mr. Kav s article in this week s R e candidates will further their wish.
Well, that is what everybody tells me.
in the senate are taunting the demo
reaches out and grasps 2,500 acres porter and then pass it along to
can count on me as one of your regular customers after
which he leases from tbe Indians, their free trade neighbors. He
W eatherford , in his speech Sat-
TOX SOK 111. parlors ,
and crowds out twenty or thirty knows what he is talking about, nrdaj’ night, showed his own dispo principle. The bill gives the sugar
small farmers who would be glad to having been for several years inter sition toward candor and honesty by trust only less than it now enjoj’s
ing woman. Every one ot the
bodily troubles that come to
ested in buying and manufacturing quoting Blaine to show that for ten under the McKinley act. It provides
lease smaller tracts.
women only has a guaranteed
wool and selling woolen goods. Mr. years under the democratic tariff law for a woolen-goods schedule that will
cure m Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Pre
of 1846 tbe country was fairly pros
A ll that republicans have to do to
safe aud certain help.
win a clean victory in the coming inee for congress, who talked at the perous. Blaine may have said that, It increases the tax on cotton, and
It’s a powerful general, as well
as uterine, tonic aud nervine, and i
election is to stand together and opera house Saturday night, knows but everyone whose memory reaches especially on cotton yarns. The iron
it builds up aud invigorates the For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
entire female system It regu
Cut Give Him a Call.
vote straight. If ever there was a just enough about wool and wool as far back, remembers what a crash and steel duties are advanced, and
lutes aud promotes all the proper I My Baths are new and flrst ciass In every re-
time when the plea for the straight markets to frame misleading state came in 1857. The country was coal and iron ore are taxed.
functions, improves digestion, I sped. Ladies’ Baths and shampooing a special-
enriches tho Liood, brings refresh
ticket could be urged in all good ments from newspaper quotations. prostrate until tbe republicans took wool, free lumber, and the repeal of
ing sleep, and restores health aud i ty. I employ none but flrst-cla*3 uicii. Don t
i forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
up the reins in 1860 and began to
conscience, it is the case now. In
legislate in the interest of this coun
the first place, the republican ticket,
d„wa sensations, periodical pains, and all
“Whether honest and true demo • female complaints" und weaknesses, “Fa
from governor and member of cong would like to have them believe that try. It has continued to prosper un
W. J. CLARK,D.U.S
vorite Prescription is tue only guaranteed
ress to constable of the remotest pre the tariff and its prospective repeal til the shadow of democratic tariff crats will consent that this bill shall remedy. If it ever fails to Leueflt or cure,
Graduate University of Mich.
cinct of Yamhill county, is clean, has nothing to do with present low legislation again flitted across the become a law if it passes the senate you have your money back
is a matter for their serious consid
capable and honorable. A ticket prices of wool. According to his threshold.
Iu every case of Catarrh that seems Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6,
eration. Whichever waj- they may hopeless, you can depend upon Doctor and
freer from the dictum of bosses and statements wool in this country is
is prepared to do all work in the dental line.
Safe’s Catarrh Remedy for a cure.
machine politics was never nomin
To err is human. To correct an error
It’s proprietors are so sure ol’ it that CROWN AND BRIDGE WüRÏ A SPECIALTY.
they'll pay $500 ca«h for any iucuratlu
ated by the party. The people nom as in Australia. Mr. Kay shows, before any serious results follow, is good is full of doubt.”
case. Sold by all druggists.
L atest method of P ainlesc E xtraction .
own management, hence the political ioes of
inated the ticket and they should by
R epublicans should keep their
stand by it to a man. In the second figures, when talking about scoured the present efficient county clerk are not
place, patriotic duty toward the or clean wool, that prices in Oregon making any great amount of capital from eye open for the “campaign liar, ”
one of those fellows who bob up se-I
whole country calls out to republi and the wool centers of Australia the alleged error.[—Lafayette Ledger.
The above refers to the issuance of renely just before election with a
cans in Oregon to vote solid at the are practically the same. This is
Come and See Us
June election The country is in perfectly natural and reasonable, as naturalization papers to a Chinaman. great tale of woe regarding this or
peril. Industry everywhere is par prices in both countries just now See page 34 Declarations of Intention, that candidate. He also tells how
alyzed and millions of people are are dominated by free trade in county records. Then how about this or that candidate s friends are I
without the means of earning a live fluences. But Mr. Kay does not the issuance of a marriage license to going to knife some certain fellow on
lihood. A stubborn president and stop there. He goes back to the a young man to wed a young lady the ticket. This liar is abroad in the
Located at Sheridan, Yamnill County, Oregon, areiust now offering S. WILSON.
congress sit in Washington determ season of 1892 for quotations from resident of Washington county? land now and will call on you all be
ined to carry still further the policy the two countries, when the McKin No “serious results” followed in that fore election day, but don't you be bargains in real estate that can t be duplicated in the Willamette valley.
that has brought this distress upon ley idea ruled this country. He instance, and the clerk got in his good lieve him; just vote your ticket tracts to suit purchaser, and at prices that defy competition. People with
the country. The voice of Oregon finds that while there has been a management onceipore by refunding straight and you will be all right.
small means and desiring homes on the installment plan, wil| find it to
must be joined to the tremendous slight decline in Australian wool the price of the license when request
their interest to call upon or address this company. Sheridan is in a fa
Wr have no interest, politically, in vored fruit district of Oregon, out of range of the codlin moth and other*
protest that has gone up from other there has been a tremendous one in ed to do so, several days after the
(Third Street, between E and F.)
states where elections have been America. In the former country couple had been legally and happily this tariff question, but whenever insect pests. We also have some fine business openings and mill properties ■
the tariff is reduced on any line of for sale or exchange for other property. _ Trades of all kinds negotiated. ■
held. It must be no feeble or un wool that sold for 15 cents a pound wedded under proper authority.
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive circular and price ljst wjii be for '
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
goods, foreign goods of that class warded on demand.
certain voice and it will be heard has dropped to 13 cents. In this
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and have its influence in the halls of country wool that brought 20 cents To prevent fevers, keep the liver active will sell cheaper in this market
SHERIDAN LAND COMPANY, Sheridan, Oregon.
congress. An overwhelming re has found the level of the free trade and bowels regular with Simmons Liver
Evemhinv firet-clusu. Hursea boarded by day, week or month. Conunerrial
goods, home manufacturers must re-
ISAAC DAUGHERTY. Manager.
publican victory in Oregon just now market at 10 cents.
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give ua a call.
| ome S eekers , A ttention
Bedroom Suits, Portland Prices
BURNS & DANIELS
C ity S tables ,