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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 18WI.
The editor nt a pars In exactly
lUoau Individual and baa bU preeou
celved Idwut on every atilijivt although
be may uot express them any more
fiwly Oiau ibe Indlvldual.forheeanuol
hear what U salt! by his rvaders lu an
awer to his arguments, and therefore
unless he deema a aubject of wry gn at
, Importation he refrains from continually
obtruiil n ghls opinions. Thtrt are bet
connected with the remit change of
admlnlstrstlon which are of great Im
port a nc to the welfare of tbia nation
ami the people are keenly alive to the
avrlt.uauesa of thealluatlon. He lit dem
ocrat or republican or populist, all avera
to be Impressed with the fueling that
something must be done to better the
present condition of affairs. The re-
publlcnua were met with this question
and said the tariff would, if properly
laid, remedy the evil, but after giving
ibe country one of the beat tariff ita-
urea the country has ever known, they
found the people "till dissatlsfled, and
ao the people by their vote have placed
the deojoeratlo party In power. It
evident that the demovratto party has
no idea of what it should do to relieve
the prexeul distress.but It Id in power aud
right or wrong, It Intends netting all
the U'lietltB possible of Its present pow
er. Tlie people see no light ahead and
are stilt growing more restless. The
populists, the peoples party, uow come
out with Ideas far in advance of tin
of either democrat or republicans, and
claim they have the solution of the
problem. The people are studying their
ideas, and while the very extreme ideas
entertained by the advocates of single-
tax, government money, etc, repel the
general mans, there are many, and
the number la growing, who believe
that to the peoples' party must adher
ence be given if relief would be found.
The republican party, as a party, should
keep lu touch with these new ideas,
aud If they e found to be practical aud
advantageous, absorb the peoples' par
ty and not let the peoples' party be ab-
aorbed by the democrats or have a sep
arate existence. Overotie million votes
were polled in 1892, and from the rapid
increase of populist newspaoers, it is
evident that the people are reading and
studying the quest ious of the day, aud
the peoples' party Ideas are growing.
It is our settled conviction that Oiover
Cleveland la well aware that bis party
Is without any advance Ideas which
will satisfy the people, and he Is now
At work gathering reliable Information
and when the proper time comes will
come out in strong advocacy of the
principles of the peoples' party, and as
a consequence sweep the country in 1800
If Dr. Uoyntnn, of llucna Vista,
who wrote the "open letter" to the
"WehtHidb last week, could have
listened to the glowing words of tri
bute to Oregon uttered by Mrs. Judge
Denny last week in the presence of
the editor of this paper, he would at
least stop to consider whether he
might not be basing bis statement on
ignorance instead of facts. Mrs. Denny
is the wife of Judge 0. N. Denny, and
has traveled over nearly the whole
world, and lived for years in China,
and other foreign countries, and she
says she loves Oregon better than all.
Hhe says the people of Oregon do
not know how blessed they arc, and
that nowhere in the whole United
Btates Is it so easy to make a living,
provided men are willing to work, as
in Oregon. Because it Is easy to make
a living the people are not as energetic
as In some states, but it only proves
the fact to be true. We are going to
ask Mrs. Denny to answer the geutle
nian through these columns, If she will
do so, and forever quiet any person
who can see no advantage In living In
The Washington Hlngle Tax Club
recently gave a reception and dinner
in honor of Jadge James 0. Magulre,
of California, the new single-tax Con
gressman. The unique mouu card
read as follows: "Home of the Pro
duct of land, prepared for human
wants by labor. Air and water free."
Among the toasts responded to were
"The single tax In politics," by repre-
t urn,. ll.
wiiuikc uioijuim, inc num m ui NumsryrriAii, Florists una Mondsmsn,
future," by Henry George; "The''"1 (Tins house js rssponsiwsj
- II1 '1.L...L. ..".,
Millionaire," by Thomas (Shearman
"Washington as It might be," by llep-
reaeutallv. T, J. Johnson, of Ohio
"The work of the next Congress," by
ttepreseutatlvo John Do Wilt Waruer
"Farmer aud the single tax," by
KeprvwutaUve Jerry Blinpaott, and
"Wages," by Henry A, ltnbluaou, the
new statistician of .the department of
8( AHCKI.V a week goes by that doe
not give us the report of soma new
combine In business mtereata such as
the type trust, the bicycle trust, the
brewery trust, the hardware trust, etc,
aud there ha been In existence, for
soma year an lusorauoa trust, and
this trust baa lately aeut out a clrculai
to alt lu agents instructing them to
work agttiust city governments luak
lug agents pay license for doing bual
uess by using as an intimidating ar
gument the fact that "additional coat
will ttivoetably he met by an lucre
of exlstg rates." In other wonl
any town that collects taxes front lu
surauce compiuiU will have to pay
mora Insurance. Verily the trust
machine la getting In Its work In
most perfect manner, and we wonde
where It is going to stop?
KoMCTlilK ago tills paper published
a clipping from an exchange stating
that Killoon bad iuvented a method of
storing electricity fr use In reaileuow
lur electric lighting, aud ao the editor
wrote to lhe"WUaofMeulorark"
asking for further Information, Uuder
date of New York, April lid, the follow
ing answer has been nwivwl: "Your
letterof iMtli ultimo, addrwet to Mr,
Kdlaou has lu retvlved. You have
beeu mlslnfornuMi. Mr. Kdlsou baa not
perfti'ttil a storage battery system for
use lu connection with electric light
ing." The letter is signed by wuiteoue
as private secretary. Ho It seeuia that
we are not to b able to light residences
for Sea light yet awhile.
Hon. Chan. It. Hku.iniikh baa Iwu
appoluted t'nltcilStatesdlKtrlct Judge to
till the vacancy caused by the death of
the late Judge Matthew P. Dcady, The
new Judge will cuter upon the discharge
of the duties of his olllue at onco. The
lHiintment la a good one we believe,
as JuiIkc JitdlinKcr has long U-en re
garded as one of Oregon's leading law
vers, aud its a democrat he stands high
in the councils, having been one of the
leaders of that party for a decade or
more. It is said he is broad minded aud
discreetly liberal lu his views on all
questions and will likewise show the
rare dirnvrnun-nt nccesNary for a good
Ot'R people should sign that Htltlon
for theextension of the exprtws tralu on
the West Side road to this point from
Portland. We need better facilities for
getting to Portland, and it is lime we
were making our wants known.
I'rvvffHlliig Future MliMirjr,
If there is, In this valo ot tears, a
more prolific source of misery than the
rheumatism twinge, we have yet to
hear of it. People are ooru with a
tendency to rheumatism, Just as they
are with one to consumption or to
scrofula. Hlight causes may dcvelope
this, As soon as the agonizing com
plaint maniffHts itself, recourse should
be had to Jtisttetler's Stomach Hitters,
which checks its further Inroads and
banishes the rheumatic poison from
the system. This statement tallica
exactly with the testimony of physl
clans who have employed this Que
blood dcpiirient In their private prac
tice. There Is alo the amplest pro
fessional and general testimony as to
the efficacy of the Hitters for miliaria,
liver complaint, constipation, Indi
gestion, kidney trouble, nervousness
aud loss of appetite aud flesh. After a
wetting, whether followed by a oold or
not, the Hitters Is dscful as a proven,
tlve of the Inltal attack of rheumatism-
AUK YOU THINKING
Of Buying a Watch?
IF HO OKT THICKS OF
O A. KRAMER.
Looal and Traveling.
To rrjprfjwmtour Wtill-known hoiiMfl.
rijti nmtfl mo (!Hiflttil to ri!iriwMil a Mrm thai
wftrranu nurwory Mlock llrai-olfum mid truo to
niunc Work all the Year. 'W Pr
month to the right man, Apply quick, mat
lagans. L. L. MAy A CO.,
i. rwi, minn,
, , .
Mlevsd l kt ran d tit r"i!.oumn at
Mais arlshif tnm hw, iimnhv lauil ot
frost tlwsjfliw vsavwnls aisusr, sod
whinb, atvsUmd lulu ,t tni,i,i mi
tsiiioitt th blMMl, It t j'Uli iiuu.iitiua
at Ihs blood Is mnluUliu-d by tskhi
Uuod'a aanmiMrlllt, mi n mil li Iim tlabl
Is Malaria, aud U.u" Straiiirlll hss
aarwd atsu) wwracsMsal thlt distianliin
A Wonderful Medietas
" For Wklsrls I Uilak llooU'i SwwkrlUa .
hat ao squnl. UbMkDMaifi!hlldrsawU
rlM Uirouah Ui iiiuuisr, sad wa Us la
oin at U worst iis tor aislsna la
Msryivllla, t wuu Uisat't asisrUla hit
ibai ail sxum iliut with imst batk"
at st. b. luvin, ,vim)iii, ct,
llrcak liiine Koer,
" My dstututur rVsrl isktu with da
lastor liitu bouxHvviir t imrMO, aad
tut lrliuls llioiiitlit I woulit io.ulir. t
ltal situmi jnvu u tio(iv uoiu kUm lMfa
lu ink Uow) KtMriil. aim Uwk lusr
uatlM m lout wiooiiu, sua ssmvd u
liouiida 1 timiik H.hiJ aniwrilia loi
iiiviog hor twvk Lo uiw rviiowu ai kwiiUi
ltd suuuiia." iuuk A. Kino, sbuuuta,
m ori4ii. H.niMi lu freparvd
no b) C. u 0 uow CO., aooUiviMSk
100 Dotoa Ono Dollar
Teaoh of th Polk County Dlatrlot
CNTIIIES CLOIE JUNE FlfUT.
Flrat Day, Thursday, Juno IS.
t. ThrvSHiusrter mils ilmti, fh ar all,
rumiins. purw) ..,.. Ot
1 F!Bratl,;elsi,tlwo In throe)
purw w On
On qusrler mils dh, frm Air all,
pur..... - to so
Sooond Day, Friday, Juno 18,
i. Running. .Va'tatr Ar nil, purw. lluu w
4. tHiirli-t Irol, tl& oIum, horMM ownvd
on or Mom Marco ll, ISO, la His
following rouiillix, lo.wii: Linn,
folk, Mwlou, snd llvnhia, bwt
tliroe In flvs, pun.. 300 Ci
IMmrlrl Irol, (.ymrilits, owned 011
or twAir Mun li lt, m, In Hi fll
low 1 111 duiintJos, to-witi Mini,
Polk. Murlou aad ftvnton, tmt
two In thras, pun. ...... lot 00
Third Day, Saturday, Juno IT.
7, Hnnnlna, mil liandlmu, frtm (Or nil,
f 1U lu MKXHiiuy lli nonilnsMon;
wiihu will or slvrn ats o'clock p.
to., day prwrdlna the iw purw..rJil) On
Tmt, (rmi ft all, im vlwa, two two 10
Uirmi purw .. am 00
1, ItmiuiUK, Vrtnllr lianillt'np, friw for
sll,i lai'!ioiiiy Ilia nomina
tion, Uolnnor wlirn wrlgliui mn an.
mptd. Vi'olsliU will be. ylvsn St
6 o'clock p. in. dy prwmllng the
rsco, punw .. gug ai
Ao to Trotting Raoss.
All tnittliig nam am to b (uvnrnrd hy tbr
rulst of the Anisrtvnn Tmttlnt aMoomtlon,
Klve bonww art miiilrMl to snur and make
final payment, and Ihrre to ttart.
No money for a wlflk-ovor,
Kntramie, ton per cent of purse.
lu all trotting puree raws, nomlnntton must
be made June 1, 1M, by Dm psymclit of flvs
per cent or tlin purp; fliml payment to be
made st 8 p. ni., the dity bufore the nuts.
In nil trotllna rsw the puree or (Uike will
be divided se follows! 70 (sir eent Ui the final
bomo, ao pi'r mnt to theseconil horse, sad III
per cent to the third, -
Aa to Running Raoaa,
All running rsiwe to lie governed by the
rules of the i'sciflGCoest Wooded Hons neeo.
elsllon, except as otherwUe priivlUi'd,
The first horse shall rnlvo70 per wnl, the
eoond HI per i.'eii', and the third 10 per nl
of sll punxieor sntkes.
In sll purse rseea, live full pnld-iipentrlee to
fill and three to stiirt,
No mnnny for a wslkivnr.
In all puree nines noiulnntlons are to be
made June 1, with payment of five per cent
of purse, bnlnnes to be psld by Dp, in. the day
before the race.
The colors claimed must be worn by drivers
All races must begin st 1 o'clock.
The AssoeliitloB renerves the right to alter,
amend, or postpone any or sll rsxtee, should
the occasion demand it,
Address nil eommuiilentlone nnd entries to
M. O. POTTER, Seoretary,
Sopt. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23.
C 8t., Independence, Oregon,
A well cooked and served meal, good ns you
am get anywhere, rnr 20 ouin, . L,uneiie, 001
fee and bread, 10 (Wilts,
MRS. M, DEATON, Prop
MIks Hndle Cooledge Miss Lucy (,'oolcdge
::r::;,j Farlcr: d Millinery
Opera House Building, Mounioiilh, Or.
Uiw the Tailor ylein of eu'tlng. Latent styles
of Millinery Just received,
Has Good Things
IIS STCCK is en
Can Tempt Your
M Pita COFFEES
Fresh J eptalles
Oiurke & Sandercock
HI'EKLINU HUOS, Props,
Ilijilunt market price alt
for fat stiK'k, beef, mutton, veal,
pork, etc. All bills nitist be settled
OI'KN SUNDAYS FHOM 8 to Da. m.
Fres SeliTexy to all ports of t&s Ciiy.
Main street Independence.
DO I MM
If ao go to-
Wheeler & Clodfelter,
W. 11. V heeler
Books, Btationery, IVrlodloals,
and other musical Instruments,
PtMao n o 1iir no 4-1 a 1vit
est, and all work
1133 1 893 1K3
In Leading Styles
VERT MODERATE PRICES.
J. M. Vanduyn.
Our So'ivenir Tim and
Coffee Spoons will arrive
in a few days.
New and Fashionable
I'atterns in Sterling Sil
lilt' "HICK" Spoon.
The "Worlds I'air" Spoon.
The "'Oregon Snoon, In
dependence, Ore. ' etched
At Patterson Bros", the Q
Druggists and Jewelers
BOOTS : SHOES
Next Thirty Days
I offer my entire stock
of Boots and Shoes at
W. E. Goodell
truth for Dash
Buggb, lm$, Phfa,
Herders, Prills. Chilled and Hi.i-I
I'lows, Hiding and Wiilkiiitr ( 'till I
vatora, I'laliel Jr. (lariii'ii lll'ills.
Hlllkey and tlaiift I'lows Aspen wall
I'otnlo I'lniiiim, I li-t!, lter, and
E : RUED : W10N
UiinnuiUied (lis tsst and liuliiest
rutmliiK aanon made. Mr. O Imi
ucll Is, liy a tttful arratmt'incnl I lie
liiuiiufiict un's auftit.and wllliiiny
the larKest and liinst coniplcte linn
of Impli'iiieiits ever brought In I'ntk
They Have th'
They Soil at Low Prices.
The Oualitv is Suoerior.
They are Accommodating
School Books and Stationery,
They keept everything called for.
They will fill ordersby mail or by
telephone. They keep pens, ink,
writing paper, in iact, a full line
- in that department.
That Shelley, Alexander Co. fiH pre
scriptions at all hours of the day or night,
and have an experienced pharmacist.
Thoroughbred Light Brahmas,
Bard Plymouth Rocks,
Silver Wyandottes, Brown Leqhorns.
We have well-ailectod yards of tlia above
This la our third year In this business
anti satlsfaclnry n-lums fhmi siune. (ritlCKS lihASON AH1.K.
Farm-B mteS. I. of looneiiGi.
Stilish Turnouts Alwavs in Readiness.
Having latoly piirtihuwHl the entire interest in 11i. nU)il-s of J N
Jumw, we ai now Iwttor prcimiid than ever to nn d the dnnnmlM oi
the inililio as we are now tmkinpr a-.d nm v.wnir ( mk,. mnv
ulwtntuil, improvements. Teams Imkh.IciI hv the d:iv or month
PrAveling men a spnriiilt.v
AlLC M STAG C W 'unrH'ruM n dully kIkki, Hiic hetwnon Hiili m nml Fall niv mi
i for Inll.,.nlwiM, .H t l) m,, ,,HV1.B Imi,,,,,,,,,!,,,!,, rr KulU (" r, Bt lm.
PETER COOK Prop.
LITTLE PALACE HOTEL,
Flrat-olasa In Every Roapoet Samplo Rooms for Commercial Travolara
'rao of ohargo. ....
JESSE T. WILK1NS, Prop.
rvates, qi.oo to
1 ne u-air
Going to Sell at Some Price.
. If I t-an't get a proCt I will noil cost. A full tino
, of Ladies' ami dents' Smiii-wr Underwear, (hut
will be aoltl regiiidless of ii(iiii.
VCome and See Gome of my Bsrwains
E6GS taken in Exchange for P003S.
Q-EJQ, "W. KE3B1D, riopxiGtox,
J. F. O'DOiWLL HAHDWABE
largest Koek of
fcj U li C:ii",
bnvd,. w liiKli-Krdo male hlrda
and we imw have fr sale, and iumv
P. 0. Address Indepndenc e
$2.00 per day.
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