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waste by barbarians in the twen
tieth century as the Roman em
pire was in the fifth, with this
difference, that Huns and Van
dals will have been engendered
within your own country and bv
vour own institutions.”
Legal Status of Strikers.
The greyhounds of the ocean
still continue to cut down the
record between Liverpool and
New York. But one of these
days when a big steamship runs
into a bigger iceberg at the rate
of twenty-two miles an hour,
something besides the record
may be cut down.
An exchange remarks “that
men who advertise in their pa
pers are the men who transact
the business of the town. You
can pick up a newspaper, and
in a few minutes tell who does
the buying and selling and keep
alive the interest of the place. A
newspaper invariably reflects the
worth, enterprise and intelli
gence of the community in which
it is published.”
The legal, status of the strike
and the boycott is being gradu
ally fixed by the courts. Two
How it Was Done.
decisions of more than usual
The only veracious account of importance have just been ren
how the president reached a con dered, one by Judge Brown of
clusion to refuse approval of the the United States district court
river and harbor bill is this: and the other by the supreme
When he came to the measure, court of errors of Connecticut.
iu the course of his hurried ex In the former case a number
amination of the bills, he sent of men were arrested upon a
for secretary of war Endicott. suit by a steamship company to
“How about this river and har recover damages for interference
bor appropriation bill” lie ask in its business. The defendents nly
ed. “Haven’t you got some of were charged with causing the
the money left over?” “Oh, yes,” workmen to work in a bodv, de-
replied Mr. Endicott, who shares daring a boycott of the com Fast Time, Sure Co&atction, New Equipment
the eastern antipathy to the sys pany’s business and endeavor 225 Miles Shortest
AND SEE THEM.
tem of internal improvements, ing by means of intimidation to
20 Hours Less Time.
“we have $15,000,000 or $16,- prevent other persons from deal Accommodations unsurpassed for comfort
and safety. Fares and Freights MUCH
000,000.” “What do they mean wit h the company. The court LESS than by any other route between all
by sending me such a thing as held that the acts of the defend in Willamette valley and San Franoisco.
this, then?” exclaimed Mr. Cleve ants were not only illegal, so as
Only Route via Yaquina Bay
land angrily. Ho threw the bill to render the defendents liable To San. Francisco.
aside and did not refer further in damages, but were also mis
DAILY PAMKMOER TRAINS,
to the matter.
demeanors at common law as
at 2 p. m. Leave Ya
well as against the section of the
Dangers to Our Republic.
quina at*7:10 a. m.
New York penal code directed Oregon and California, West side, trains Hear ye, people of Yamhill county. I will
sell my line stock of BOOTS and SHOES
In 1857, Macaulay, writing of against conspiracy, The court
connect at Corvallis. .
now on hand at ten per cent discount, and
the American republic, used characterized the association
been undergoing repairs, and the Santa Ma
these words: “The day will come of the defendants for the ria will each sail on the dates below named: Large, New and Ele
when, in the state of New York, purposes mentioned as an illegal
That is en route, will be sold at a profit of
Thursday, Jan. 27 ten per cent. There is
a multitude of people, not one of combination, and declared that Santa
.Wednesday, Feb. 2
. . . Tuesday Feb. 8
whom has had more than half a all acts done in furtherance of Santa
Monday Feb. 14 One BOOT and SHOE store in MoMinnville
Sunday Feb. 20 where you can get your moneys worth, and
breakfast, or expects to have those purposes were actionable. Santa
..Saturday, Feb. 26 that is at Deilschneider’s. Come and see me.
Friday, March I Next door to Yamhill Conntv bank.
more than half a dinner, will In the Connecticut case the Yaquina City
E1OM SAN FRANCISCO.
choose a legislature. Is it pos court attirmed the conviction of
.Friday Jan. 28
sible to doubt what sort of a leg three members of a typographi Santa
Thursday, Feb. 3
Wednesday Feb. 9
islature will be chosen? On one cal union for conspiracy in boy Santa
.... Tuesday Feb. 15
Mon Jay, Feb. 21
side is a statesman preaching cotting a newspaper for refusing Santa
Sunday Feb. 27
patience,respect for vested rights to pay union rates to its printers.
Daily Passenger Trains
and strict observance of public The broad ground upon which
faith; on the other is a dema the courts proceed in those cases Leves Yaquina
........ . 6:20 a. m.
gue, canting about the tyranny is that associations formed with Arrive
11:30 a. m.
of capitalist and usurers, and the design of interfering by Leave Albany
Arrive < orvallis..............
1:22 p. m.
Third St., Opposite
.. 5:45 p. tn.
asking why anybody should be overt acts with the freedom of Arrive Yaquina
The Company reserves the right to ohange
YAMHILL CO. BANK.
permitted to drink champagne’ employers in the proper control sailing days. Fares, between Corvallis and
San Francisco. Kail and Cabin. $14; Kail
D on ’ t F orget the P lace ,
and ride in carriages while and management of their busi and Steerage. $9.88.
thousands of honest folks are in ness are illegal combinations.
( H AS. C. HOGUE,
—Where you will—
F. and Pass. Agent.
want of necessaries. Which of
Ben Snipes, the cattle king of
the two candidates is likely to
be preferred by the workingman Klickitat, has telegraphed to his
who hears his children crying partner, to hold beef cattle at
for more bread; 1 seriously ap 6 cents per pound on hoof. This I) C. IRELAND A CO.,
prehend that you will, in some rise is in consequence oft he great
such seasons of adversity as 1 loss in other sections.
Whoever attacks the popular
describe, do things which will
—nv thb —
prevent prosperity from return
ing. Either some Ca?sar or Na that a lie defends itself by tell
Nothing is so
Furnishing Goods of all kind, and above
poleon will seize the reins of ing other lies.
■11 THE LOWEST PRICES. Also agents
prolific, nothing can so multiply
government with a strong hand, itself, nothing can lay and hatch
Browntiwillf Woolen Will,
as many eggs, as a good, healthy
Carrying a full line of all goods made by
these oelebrated mills
- Meh. 18, 1887
F. W. MmoncL’s
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