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BY HOPBK BHOTHSH3
MONDAY, NOV. 9,-1890;
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Gentlemen, we would gladly give
you the senate of tho United States,
It seems tun United States senate
lias no majority for K"ld. Too badl
More money was loaned at tlie Sa
lem banks November 6 than for three
months before! Confidence!
Gentlemen, get through with your
McKlnley celebrations as soon as pos
sible, and let us get down to business.
Like the man who took a bath once
a year, the American petiple propose
to have protection, whether they need
it or not.
They now demand an extra session
or congress. Tliuts the first thing
Cleveland demanded, and we all know
what kind of prosperity followed.
If Hill McKlnley should full to give
the good times promised them they
will elect a conirress two years from
now that will pass a free silver bill
over his veto.
The way the people are sending In
their subscriptions to the one cent
silver daily and 81. silver weekly Is no
indication of any abandonment of the
cause it represents.
It Is time the city were getting
some use out of that city hall. It
would be Interesting to know just how
much interest it is eating. It must
be in the neighborhood of $o000 a year.
The Marion county silver organiza
tions will be maintained even the
Salelu ladles Bryan club not for po
litical purposes but for legitimate
non-partisan work of educating the
In six months the price of nails has
been put up from $1.85 to $3.85 a keg.
Who pays this $2.00 a keg? Was any
of It used to elect Mr. McKlnley?
How much of this advance will tho
In Oregon and California where tho
Southern Pacific Is a political factor,
McKlnley wins by small margins. In
Washington, where the Northern Pa
cific Is the dominant Bryan won.
Bryan men will go east over the Bryan
All gold standard people should
travel over the Southern Pacific. It
used Its wealth, Its rolling stock, Its
newspapers and its officials to elect
McKlnley. Tho people who patronize
It must foot the bills. Tho McKlnley
people should patronlzo It.
"Now watch silver bullion go on
down to 60 cents an ounce and lower."
Statesman, Nov. 7,
This boast that sllyer will now go
down to 50 cents an ounce will never
Would It not bo well for tho next
legislature to proposo a constitutional
amendment making It possible for
Oregon to have a registration law?
That is a safe proposition; that
Would put off honest elections at least
Elmer Graydon, living nearEngllsh,
Iud., has named an infant son Abra
ham Lincoln Ulysses Grant William
McKlnley; and a neighbor, John
Vaughn, not to be outdone, has named
his Infant son Thomas Jefferson An
drew Jackson James Monroe William
Jennings Bryan. At last accounts
both infants were doing as well as
could bo expected under tho circum
THE CURRENCY PROBLEM.
I It Is to be regretted that the senate
has not a McKlnley majority. Tho
McKlnley politicians huvo said so
much about honest money; and'sound
currency, of which they arc the al
leged sole champlons,tliat they should
be at full liberty to show the nation
what they regard as a solution of tho
One of the features of the campaign
used to make votes for McKlnley was
toparadostntcmentsas to how much
silver was being colnid each month,
when it was well known that uot an
ounce or stiver naa ocen oougui
sinco the repeal of the Shermun pur
chase act, and that what was coined
was only recolnage of silver on hand
and added not a dollar to the volume
of currency. This Is shown by the
following telegram from the San
Assistant United States Treasurer
Berry transferred $100,000 In subsidi
ary sllyer from the sub-treasury to the
mint yesterday for rccuiuage. Part of
the coin was worn and the remainder
ol 1 style. There is about $300,000
more in the sub-treasury vaults that
will be recolncd as soon as the mint
can handle It.
The pamphlet issued by the Fourth
National bank of New York as a cam
paign document shows that from
January 1892, to June 1890,the volume
of government, paper money was re
dncedto $171,500,000,whlle the volume
coined metallic money was Increased
only $2,000,001. There has been an
actual contraction of tjie currency in
4 years of $109,500,000, with an in
crease in the population of about
The verdict of the American people
has been rendered for the gold stand
ard and that will affect the character
of every loan, bond, share or stock,
security, note and mortgage issued
for the next four years. But tho
problem ol tho McKlnley administra
tion is still unsolved. How they
will furnish more currency without
Issues of bonds is a question. Of
course, it will be perfectly lawful for
a Republican administration to do
that which the leading Republican
politicians condemned Cleveland for
Marion EMIer's Manifesto
Showsth Loyalty of Two Million Members of the People's
v Party of
M'KINLEY, THE BESTI
The McKlnley people are the best
people In the world and McKlnley is
the best and the purest and the most
patriotic person in the worldl Has
he not said so himself in his letter to
Mark Hanna printed in our telegraph
columns! The terms sound money,
honest currency, national honor, de
testation of repudiation, devotion to
law and order, "consecrated and bap
tized anev with a holy patriotism,"
and holy-smoke-what-not are reiter
ated for the four-millionth time, and
it must be so!
All bathos aside, we believe the
people who voted for McKlnley are as
Intelligent, patriotic and liberty
loving people as any in our country,
but pot any moro so. That their
leaders have no monopoly on political
virtue, will appear to the satisfaction
of many before four years roll around.
The much-talked-of honest dollar un
der the McKlnley administration will
bo Just as honest as It always has
been, and like Shakespear's honest
man, ho was Just as honest as any
other man who was no more honest
than he. Tho officialism that always
parades Itself as excessively honest
deserves all tho closer watching. The
national honor and Integrity and un
selfishness that springs from the
trusts and sydnlcates and usurers
may bo superior as an eye-opener but
in no other way.
BLESS BILLY BRYAN.
Five carloads of mining machinery
has been shipped into tho Bonanza
Has No Equal
May God out of the abundance) of
his goodness gtvo Wm. J. Bryan
health and strength to servo the peo
ple in tho futuro as ho has in tho past.
Tho best ovldenco of Bryan's patriot
ism comes to us in his denial of tho
luxury of a salary of $25,000 a year of
fered him by New York and Chicago
firms as retainer for legal services. If
ho accepted such an offer it would ex
pose him to the criticism that ho had
used tho prestige given him by the
suffrages of the people to mnko his
professional fortune. He Is right in
declining, Ho will keep up his fight
In tho cause of opposition to tho trusts
and combinations, that will now pro
ceed to loot the country In tho name
Ioi iucivinieyism, anu uio gam mist- is
tho worst of all, ,
Washington, Nov. 9. Senator But
ler has issued the follewing:
"To the Peopleof the United States:
In the remarkable campaign Just
closed the pcoplo's party was the only
party that supported solidly and un
itedly the groat and vital Issues rep
resented in the candidacy of Mr.
Bryan. This was natural, for the
people's party camo Into existence to
bring to the front and to press to vic
tory the principles of. Lincoln and
Jefferson, already long discarded by
the two old parties. The money power,
feeling reasonably sure of its control
of the ' leaders arid controlling Influ-
i . Tl.... 1.1 !..., ..(., In ICflO
unci's 1)1 bllU lltpuuiirau ii.uij-,111 ioir.
gave its support to the candidacy of
Cleveland for the especial purpose of
having him, through the use of
patronage and otherwise, crush out
the sliver sentiment in the South, and
make t lie leaders of that rarty as com
pletely subservient us those in the
Republican party. To accomplish
this purpose, four cabinet ministers
were selected from the South, and an
unusually large amount of patronago
was used on political leaders to the
same end. It will be remembced
that Mr. Cleveland demanded that
Democratic senator and congressmen
give a decisive vote in the interest of
the gold standard before he would
give out the postonices.
"This deep-laid plan might have
succeedpd had not the people's party
at this juncture sprang into existence,
exposed the plot, stood in the breach
and appealed to the patriotic hosts of
both parties to check the scheme of
the people's despoilers and rally to the
common defense. The people's party
forced the Democratic organization to
repudiate Clevelandism and return to
the correct fundamental principles;
not this, but the people's party then
forced tho Republican party to cease
hedging and straddling for the purpose
of deceiving the people, and drove
them to take a stand on one side or
other upon the vitual Issues at stake.
"The issue now being squarely
joined, It was evident that those in
fluences in the Democratic paity
which had dominated and debaunclied
the party for a quarter of accnlury
would be driven to the support of the
party that took a position on the side
of the trusts, monopolies and money
gamblers, while, on the other hand, it
is evident that a large percentage of
the Republican party favored tho
principles now squarely forced to the
front, yet only a small per cent would
in this campaign support them be
cause they found them under tho
Democratic banner. Had it not been
for prejudice against the Democratic
name, as well as want of confidence in
Democratic promises, for which it
mu6t be frankly admitted past experi
ence furnishes ample ground, a major
ity of the voters of the country, Jn
spite of tho tremendous and unparal
leled forces put forward by the Re
publican managers, would have cast
their votes for financial reform and
"The people's party with high
patriotism and unselfish devotion to
princlples,greator than ever exhibited
by any other party, stepped outside
Its organization to throw Its 2,000,
000 votes solidly for -Bryan. Had not
more than this number of those
who called themselves Democrats in
1892 given their support to Mr. Mc
Klnley, tho cause of tho people and
American principles would have
triumphed this year. This class of
Democrats will surely snpport tho
party of monopolies In tho future.
Their places in tho ranks of reformists
must bo taken J,by patriotic RepublU
cans. I cannot bolieve otherwise' for
I have no less confidence In the
patriotism of this class of Republi
cans than the rank and iilo of tho
Dcmocratio party has also demon
strated. Therefore a largo per cent
of those who, though' not fooled by
the ambiguous pleas of honest money,
and promised prosperity, yet who
would not in this campaign fight
under tho Democratic banner, will
surely join hands with the majority
of American cirizens outside the old
parties to overthrow tho government I
of trusts and monopolies run In the
Interest of foreign capitalists. Tho
people's party has made this possible,
In fact Inevitable.
If this Is a fact Bryan would havo
been elected in this contest had oven
25,000 Silver Repullcan-, come to the
rescue. The clcttion of McKlnley
and the triumph of the gold standaid
docs not express the desires and senti
ments 09 the people. The majority
oppose the policy for which ho stands
and will vote whenever opportunity
is presented for a proper alignment.
"The remarkable and brilliant cam
paign of William J. Bryan would
have aligned these forces and marched
them to triumph and victory If any
candidate or leader in America could
have done so under the Democratic
banner. The administration of Mc
Klnley cannot bring prosperity to the
American people, the mills cannot be
kept open, or idle labor given employ
ment and general prosperity restored
and maintained until the wealth-producers
receive a fair return for their
labor, and are thus purchased. The
gold standard and the monopoly rule,
to the continuation of which Mr. Mc
Klnley stands pledged, means four
more years of falling prices, four more
years of lockouts and strikes, four
more years of reduced wages and idle
labor. This will cause the patriotic
rank and file of the Rebubllcan party
to condemn and repudiate McKlnley
ism as the patriotic rank and file of
the Democratic party have condemned
and repudiated Clevelandism.
"The position of the People's party
In this great contest has convinced
every patriotic American that the
party can be trusted to stand for the
principles of good government and
the interests of the people under any
and all circumstances. Therefore,the
People's party will be the nucleus
around which the patriotic hosts
must and will gather to redeem the
betrayed republic and restore prosper
ity to the oppress-ed and outraged
"Chairman People's Party National
It Was the Fjrst Bull Rtin,
Ed. Journal. If you can give mo
space in the columns of your paper, I
would like to advise my old comrades
not to crow too loud over their victory
Of last Tuesday, but look back to tho
first battle of Bull Run in 1801. Com
rades, don't you remember how It was
heralded all over our country that our
cause was lost and that the Union
army was annihilated? It is possible
that the right, and It may be as here
tofore that the right will win. I am
proud to havo been an old comrade
who voted for Bryan and Watson.
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Hereafter water for irrigation will only be
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Unaer drawers 5 to Iocents
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Socks, per pair 3 cents
Handkerchiefs 1 cent
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Sheets and pillow slips 24 cents per dozen,
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