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TUESDAY, MAKC1I 0, 1888.
8kt -WelMiter-IIradley Co.-Mrch 12.
ENAT7lt ALLISON OF IOWA-
U. S. ScnntoTwilllnm 11. Allison,
junior wmator from Iowa, will bo a
very formidable candidate this year
for presidential nomination on the
republican" ticket. Ho has the deep
love and confidence of his own state,
mini now that James G. Dlalncls not
a candidate, tho JoWans will exert
all their well-known push for their
home favorite. The Maine Influ
ence, to which Allison and his
frlunds have always liccn loyal dur
ing thews twelve years, will natural
ly return the compliment In some
degreo at least, and It would not
mtrprlse us to see Allison the nonilneo
without much struggle. There will
Ini no boom or great flourish of
trumpets, for Mr. Allison Is not the
limn to Inspire a fiery enthusiasm.
Ho Is very cmlot, unassuming and
pjaln. His strength lies In the deep
.confidence his cool-headed news, in
.tolllgenco and profundity In hand
ling great public questions has
reatcd In the breasts of the business
peoplo all over the country. His
views on finance aroln accord with
.the fest business prln
.clples, and his recognized ability In
that department of government Is
fully evidenced In his selection for
secretary of the treasury by Presi
dent Onrficld. On the tariff" ques
tion lie stands with the great mass
,fth people In his desire to see our
rovf nuw derived ,from a turlll duty
so piuci m w protect American in-
nnr nn American prouueiions. Al
lison has- no unemles In the repub
licin parly. Every wing of the jwr
ty would feel tho same fun-Id desire
to fee suuh a tmfo man at tho head of
Urn government, and each
would do Its share towards that
end. His record, public and private,
In spotless as the driven snow. Dur
ing his four years In uougress and
'Wurliu yours now lit the senate, his
worst enemies cannot point to the
auspluloii of his ever having his
Jiand In uny Job, triok or corrupt
cliitin, and he has ivprccntcd a
.slate, too, with such a largo republl--can
minority that Us nbsoluto safety
might prove a temptation to louse
JUMt Jlut William II. Allison is
Jiutof that material, lie U built of
Jld, reliable, yard-wide stud', and
mould iiiaku a good president.
cemi: mrr to.nkhiti
Tho rupuhliotiii club holds another
i-vgtllar meeting at the Opom house
this owning and a large attondanee
fth.jllttltttd. Thovluli has sutllelont
mmlxjrrt now to pauk the hall from
tloqr to eeJIIng and make thuutmos
pliere suruhargtM with enthusiasm
all over the city, l'mni tho hull
thbi snlluwlasin must largely eniati
at.v and lm emanation wn U Ut
promuted liy n fxtll house at eueh
mwUiiK. The UAi'irui. Jouiunai.
hoUovott that nrraugumonts nhould
le at oiioo luaugurateil for KMidlng
out orgaiilaow to uwUt lit forming
oluliH In all the precincts of tho
H)Uut", Hiiullng out men of energy
and nullity, to draw the nituwos to
goOiw and t-ousolldnto ilium lit
Wklng unity. AVearv Informal
4hre will bo Miiiut gomi S)ker at
mwtlng to-nlKht, who will make an
tiitwitoUng, aivnli1 miwaimofit,
aiu tlwt IhMUmm of Impoilaueo
V'Hi be tra twwXwI. Then euuie out,
mmum' im-ukikts and vuotkc-
"KotldHg W elwup wh m Imvo
twthlUK with whluh to )Htrelu It"
U the invtUi oh tlMliaok of tlwt vory
4mhIHU lUwtnphWt. 'I'he lit
dtwtritd MhwwllMHy," rwUyU4ml.
Ttw fcram of tkU eouHtry imv tw
nivMPV wn nwnniiwmiTO PvtMi
Which lb)' WHMHtM, Uh ptb
who nMuiufcctwrw Uv topuwl-
all tb futA wUUh Uw- amMWi
Tte JUmwr wM wt Mt twittM tar
w Itat 1m raW, or tM lw w Ul haw
ittti nr nothing whorewith to buy
manufactured good, uow
"chcnp," In tlieHonw of "low priced,
free-trade policy might make them,
on thaolhar band, the manufac
turer ana his operative, must get
thoy will hftvciittie Lr
buy the nroducta of the farm. The
prosperity of the manufacturer must
go hand In band with that of the
farmer. , ,
The free traders tug that Liverpool
fixes the price for grain, which Is not
the whole truth ; but grain Is only
one of many farm products, and
nine-tenths of all the farm products
of tliis country are nowsald on good
authority, to be consumed in this
country. Were free-trade policy the
rule.were the large populations now
engaged in manufactures directed to
agricultural industry, most of all our
farm products would have to seek a
foreign market, and Liverpool
would Ax the price of them to the
Hame extent that it now fixes the
price of wheat. But the free traders
are prompt to tell us that supply and
demand are the sole natural fac
tors of price, and that tariffs are ar
tificial obstructions to the operations
nfabenificent law of nature. The
dnntriiic contains that mixture of
truth and falsehood which is com
mon to all free-trade teachings ; but,
taklmr it lust as it stands, let the
farmer ask the first free trader that
ho meets If an Increased export of
American wheat or other farm pro
duce would not lower prices in that
Liverpool which, as the Anglo-ma-nlao
delights to assert, is thorulcr of
m-Iei? Of course it would. And if
the increase of manufactures were
not constantly diverting labor from
agriculture there would boa lower
ing of prices or farm products oy
reason of their increased exportation.
The purchasing powor of the farmer
would be lessened : Iow-palceu cloth
would not be "cheap" to him when,
lie hud little money to to buy It
There are farm products of which
this country does not raise enough
for its own supply. Millions of bush
els of potatoes havebeon Imported
Into this country. They can be, or
have been, bought In Nova Scotia at
rates as low as uljcty cents per bush
el, "store pay ;" they could hrive
been hold In New York at such
prices as would have warranted tho
(iirnlnir nf nil N)vlnSrn!ln into n no-
tnlo TOtc,. nml conueiiuentb- exter-
m,lltttlllg 1)otato agriculture In the
UnjtHl States but for an Import duty
of 15 cents per bushel. That duty
represented the only contribution to
the revenue of tho United States'
which the Nova ficotlan farmer, bro
ker and skipper, all of whom mado
profits to themselves, paid to the
united States, from the earnings of
tarlfi'ou potatoes lessened tho need
of home taxes by lust tho amount
collected from it. And at the same
time it protected a home Industry.
At tins point mo iree trailer urops
tho farmer and argues to the manu
facturer that the tarlu" increased the
coxt of his potatoes. Hut the trado
of the United States with Nova
Scotia for "manufactured goods Is
practically nothing, and If absence
of tarltrhiul made Nova Scotia our
jKitato field we should have jwld out
much money which Mould hnvo
gone via Halifax to London, or to
some Industrial center of Canada, in
jwyment for manufactured goods
to ih tibOU tit xsovu Scotia. Tito
tarlll'system has made nine-tenths
of all die manufactured articles used
by tho American mraior cheaiMir to
Hire tliau tlioy are In linkMIsli
markets, and has made tho Ameri
can laiMrer rich enough to consume
more and Initter furm pnxluots tlum
Hurt)iuan laborers do. It has work
ed well all round. lnterOeeun.
Mil. R A. Knuusii, tho gentlo
niaii who was liook-kcepor (and
may Ik soon again) at the iHnitontl
nry, lashes himself lutounutei'ssary
and uncalled for rago towards tho
editor of the Cawtai. Journal,
Iwoaustt, as au eittonulslnp youug
nowspaior, it gave an Item of news
while It was frvwh, and gave tho
cause asmrtel for the existence of a
certain state of fact in which Mr.
KnglUh waa lutentt The
Capital Joi'itN.u.ildMr. FnglUh
ww dlwlmrgvd for liioouiiwtvnov
and so ho was. It did not say that
Mr. Knglbhwasor 1h limuupotont)
it WHsnottheJutlgvorjury to iwss
uiHtn mat point, imt that the "court"
of his trial did so imks U n liald
facoil fact Jiwt tho nuu. We have
ho quarrel with Mr. KnglWij we
lmeumv he U aa angvl lu dlgulse,
but he ruimi tMk out lor lib auglle
temper on tUk wlekwl world, for
awmllns tu tvttur In the
bjtntesman he U lilelable to loo It.
He diHt't know u he mijx Any
body wwiW know ho didn't hy
wadlag ltW Mtw vvvu without that
Btatattmtt. If Ih know u he w-r
hW U auwa' with ualt a
mtJ, thAI, )ittOtanl Ud, wlw
iwvar kiww a nandMHr taiM thak a
Ht HW," ami wt waHta to If It
k yl a mniy a sum felkma
I IJTTrlKlI TTYIO. iuU i. ht . Ill I
Renublican rally to-rdght.
IIally 'round tho fljg boyBl
EBtertilnnitnt telpef !
The Young Wom&ffs Foreign
..innnr Koeiotv 111 give an
..!. , nnd social In the
Cnicritt ." .. - -iVlnnailftV
Uliurcnon uoj .-"- -
Admission zo cemo.
p-ollowimr is the list of letters re
maining in the postofllce, at Salem,
Oregon, March 7, 1B. I'arues inn
ing for them will please say "ad
vertised:" ah lot. nubllshed as non-de
livered will be charged
cent in addition
Anderson S W
Ilelle Mis Anna
Peel JIr Amanda
Hlieppurd A D
Andrews, Alfred K
Aytlia Jllss Cyntha
Christman W 111
Hardy W II
Hunt Mrs E
McDonnell Dan A
Parker Mrs Ij
Stcth Z F
Wlllard Mrs Sadie
WJUloiiv SJUa E M
Wells Mrs w
tTlilf a Wm A
W. II. Odell IV M.
nt Rtjivlnn. Marlon
counts, March 4. 1888, to tho wife or J, a.
ugllivr. f tifiu. w ,.h.
BMITII-At Hubllmlty, Or., Saturday,
March 3d. of erysipelas, Mrs. Mclcena
Hmlth,bclbvcd wife of Wlll-Smlth, aged
Vuncrai to-day, (Tuesday) at 2 p. m., nt
the Aumsvme cemeiery.
HAVE TAKEN UPON THE STREETS
nf Hnlcm two rod and white heifers.
mut 9 vraim. nno red cow with crumuled
liArns, one black and whlto cow, and one
white bull no marks or brands, and unless
the abovo described property is claimed, I
will sell them nt the City Pound in Salem,
Mhrioti County, Oregon, on Saturday, Mar.
10, 1883. nt 4 o'clock, p. M.,nt Public Auction
to tho highest bidder for cash.
J. II, ROSS, Marshal.
Dated Salem, March 0, 1838.
Live and Let Live Paint Shop."
HUNTLY & McFERSON,
Kalsominers, Paper Hangers and
Alt orders will rocclvo nromnt attention,
Estimates on nil kinds of work in our lino
cheerfully given. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop In Old Court House on Court street,
H. K. Dullois.
. FREE BUS.
Sawple Rooms for Commercial Trivefers.
Front i to S r day.
8AMMt - OnKGON..
LK.VVK OltDHIta AT IANCHKiUV
ery Stubie, corner of State and Front
hlrects.oron slutrot coroorStutonudOhni
mental streets. Prompt ntientlon und
AV. A. UKNSOtT.
CAPITAL IJIXJE, NO. 11, I. a O, T.,
liul , MM-ond door north of Post Offlc O.
II. Hatch, Hea, O.P. l4tTciivtrt.D,!!rj,T;
Altention, Pi-ohibitionists. ! "
'l"E nwuiiwiujl 1'IUMAIIY CON
i.. J'n,1P.n8 t0r ,no toorBalcm lToTncts
will hld at th- usual jxiltlng v;;o lu
l'!i5.K?in,,uBaturday. March 10th, at
Stfwk iv nu loBUm purposo of lalpe
detamtM to tlMreounty convimtlMu an3
imiNtsiiiix tucu oiner Du&meas as may
Projgrly come tsjfcre said iirlmwry oou.
Ur orvtrr or. Vhsvinetsmmltten.
T. U J C1XX,
Oregon Peach Bitters
umI the Uul yr vtcy Hueh. Thnu.U th
!KHh "!. Ktart SrSrK,i
vMK JMHUtry H, lj&l.
riiKM). uounmiL wood dealbr.!
H4K.. Wmtth 3lRj,.TSS
M lI'lllftT 111 I 111111 I I :i II It
ikMG - &l ' IfS ISKNu
i HBBSi HftM-11 II 111 ii '
nBBflUHH HI El IIS 11
apRaigti- i Tywujan
. nas-cnHr w"!i nr t
IlitMW BiBWI " "
J. D. McCially ,
IS RECEIVING A FINE LINE OF
249 COMMERCIAL STREET,
WM. BRQ.WM & Q0l.
O J8H v-i
I I B Vl I V I
Leather ami Wm ! - yff
CASH PAID FOR y -js'IK
Mi Hides,- Felts and . yJPtf
No. 31 Commerclaiptreet,
SALEM, - - OREGON
Attfr.e Qpej House Corner,
ARE DAILY RECEIVING .
Ana ure soiling the saino at
Big Ini' Fife
Room for everybody, and thajnwt obliging olorkgiu the olty.
Will take Chickens, Butter and Eggs on Account.
WM. N. IjADUE, -
JOHN MOIR, - ' "
!2ff&5& F 4e -rd.auy
. inrtted to deposit m Sn
C with us. UbemaAyanemt
wheat, wooi, uuj ! 6 Suth se-
most reuau"-- tv".-i'" '
their uaual Low Prices.
and Awhile ! !
n. s. Cook
C. II. M00KBB .
CAPITAL STOCK, - - - $20,000
t.tt. 1UTY AND SELL REAL ES-
UH-H"i TTnUoil I
Rm for finding buyers of real estate are un
pSccUcd. It 1 to Ihe interest of those hav-
ing real obiuiu w w., x-
buyers come to buy.g g C0QK) Manager
VliSrSmJn tho State
School District No. 24.
dSh will bo held on tho second Monday of
March',, that being
Monday, March 12, 1888,
At Heed's Opeka House, a.
For tho purpose of electing one (1) School
jttr lold for the term or hie. (3
onayeai Polls open at z ociock, p.
and close at 6 o'clock.
venrs.anaa ncuuui -";"'.':. I"r. -"-"
G. P. Litchfield,
Aro daily flocking to KELLER & SONS,
The Grocers, and making purchases from
their large stock of goods. In teas and
,no,.o .ni, mn lmv n tine article, whua In
Sugars you can get extra O, cube, granu-
laica, powuenju ui
We are sure wo can pleate you In price.
nuallty and quantity, uonvir
by leaving a sample order.
A FREIGHT TRAIN
Comes steaming Into Salem and has more
or less goods for.jus. Wo keep everything
In the grocery, crockery and glassware
line, -wten the price of nny tirtlcjo
We give you the bcUCllt. Our stock Is now
complete. We have a rooitt
By 25, which is filled with- new good
throughout. Give us a call.
KELLER' k SONS,
Dried Peeled Peaches,
' . fried, Grapes.
Oregon Petit Prunes,
Imported German Prunes,
Smyrna Figs) '
20L Commcrtldl Street.
- i ' ; -t -if 1
Will have the largest boom this
Ever known. Look out for our large
Stock to arrive la ttfeOqjrg.
Primaries,Conventions and Precinct Clubs.
Tho Marion County Democratic ICentral
uiiuee met in waiem, f eDruary i
and set the tlmq for holding the
lufLandsct thn tlmn fnr lmldlnv iTmnrl.
! ou fllrcn ivin, ai i ociock p. in.,
'"id the county convention on Friday, the
Jra of Marqu, at 10 o'clock,a. m., In Siilem.
The different precincts are entJUed:to the
following number of delegates :
. - i - . ' .-:f .--. " v . -: . ;f l
Haiem 10 Gervals
opum aiem ll
IIowoll Prairie 6
gonn Halem 12
East Salem 17
BatlfiTUle - 6
St. Paul,. " ' K
IffuMon ILZIZ! 4
..w U)e eeiaiikUtee. womW roeowtaMWt
ine nmAatlM a? dmnecratto eiubs fa m
aua tn umw or the oHMMW
. '". . rmrfm neonlo bv oxtonslrelv
'BKlnnll of tfio lcaditur news
ndvertlsTiiB hi i R,ntna. Tliolr fiiolli.
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w""r owiMnammisnuit wm
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opuB all tMl,r
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County OwtMl CommlUa.