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ROSEBURG, OREGON THURSDAY DECEMBER 7, i8q9-
PARTED BY DISLOYALTY
Silver Republicans in Idaho to
Reasons Given by Secretary of State
Patrie and Ex-Attorney -General
Parsons-Not Flajc Furlers.
A strong letter ru recently cent to
numerotn former republicans in Idaho
by Mart Patrie. secretary of state, who
was elected by The foeion oo tbe money
quojlioe. 'Tollpwing is the "letter, ex
cept itt introductory aenteocee:
fJoiee, Idaho, Not. 15, 1899. My Dear
8ir:. ...Aa a national organiitlion, tbe
si! er republicans became, especially in
the Western states, a strong support of
tbe democracy, but as a national party
organization I suppose that it most be
t 'suited that we at no time cat much of
s f care, except as an auxiliary of tbe
r-:wsal democracy. Under this man
i j set, these distinguished men bavs
" ' : retired to erivate life.
' .bo elected a populist to soccccd
Dubois, through a co-operation between
"the populists and tbe democracy; Mon
tana refused t j elect Mantie, and be is
succeeded to tue senate by a demccrat;
Hartusn l as been retired from congress
ia MonUna, and Towne has beeo torced"
down in Minnesota; Cannon, most de
serving for ability, has been defeated in
Utah. It will be also admitted that tbe
' reinstatement ot bitnetaliem is no nearer
an accomplished fact today than it was
when oar leaders walked out vf he St.
T do not see then, that np to date,
anything has been accomplished by the
coalition of the silver republicans with
the democracy, except tbe cpboildicf of
the democratic party, the destrnctioo of
the republican party in these states in
which silver republicans were strong,
with all other questions left where they
were when the new m i vetcent was in
augurated. So much for what we
have accomplished in the past, and this
brines as to a consideration of the
Shall we continue tbe organization?
shall we continue a combination
Vita the demolrats, and if tbe combina
tion is to be continued, what shall be
tbe platform? Tbe platform adopted by
lbs silver republicans of this state was
equally at yariance with the platform of
the democracy ol this state, except upon
-lhe money question. Since that plat
form was written, a national policy had
been eryetalixed. as the result of tbe war
Tbe national administration is cow en
pared in a serioos controversy over tbe
. result of that war. ..The position taken
by the administration is extctly in ac
cord with tbe utterance of tbe last silver
republican oonvenUoa of this state. It
is evident that tbe time bas come when
we most either abandon the platform
adopted a year ago, and join tbe democ
racy, maintain a separate organization of
our ewa, or unite oar strength with the
national organisation from which. we sep
arated three years ago.
. - We are confronted in tbe eolation of
Ibis situation with questions involving
tbe welfare of tbe nation and stale and
li e barmotibtng of tbe Offiictiog views
r yr-i the mosey question, and above all,
. . 'T to ourselves, and our country.
T..5 tires hasecome when we must decide
individually what we are to do, and it re
qtxires courage and good judgment to act
wisely and in the best it, teres! s of the
state and nation.
This suggests another question w belh
er we can accomplish mere for tbe geuer-
al good, as members of a small local or'
gsnirilion. or by identifying oorselves
with one of the ' great national parties
It seems clear to me that tbe latter
course ia tbe only one to pursue, and if
you'agree with me in this respect, tben
tbe auettion to be decided is which of
the great national parties we shall ally
ourselves with as individuals and within
the lines of which w should become
active factors in national politics. The
attitude of tbe democratic party during
tbe campaign just closed towcrd tbe eil
rer cause was greatly changed from that
srvumed in tbe campaign of 18, when
the leaders maintained that bimetalism
was paramount t all other quettiocs.
Those same leaders io the recent
catnpsiga almost wholly ignored the
cause of tbe while metal.
Mr. Bryan delivered" 37et speeches in
' tbt State of Obij, ia tbe interests of tbe
gubernatorial candidacy of John E. Mc
Lean, aod in only two did bs refer to the
silver quett ou, the campaign being
made on other lines and otter la
nes, also conceded to be waged on na
tional issues solely.
Thus the only object for which we left
the republican party and allied ourselves
with the democracy is by that party
forced to the rear in national politics.
and iu all probability will receive like
consideration in the campaign of
While I say IJthink we slioold join
one or the other of the great national
parties, it we expect 8 citizens to ac
complish much in any direction, jet I
desire to continue my work w ith my old
Bat. while thie is true, I would not be
writing frankly to you if I iid not say
mat It Would Ci imDOSSlbla far tim In
Mentify myself with the democracy and
become a democrat. But, again, it does
seem to me that upon the great question
of building up of. this coast centrally, of
operating our mines, cultivating our
valleys, reducing cur lands to a state ol
cultivation which will increase tbe popn
Ution and revenues of the state, all our
interest lay in maintaining the position
of the administration noon what ia
known as the Fhilippice qut slion, but
which in effect, sod as a fact, amounts
simply to the upbuilding of great com
mercial industries oa this coast.
For one, I cannot and will not antago
nize those interests by supporting those
who are declared against what I believe
for the advancement of car (Lit in
weailb ar.a population of the entire
This, of course, leaves me in a position
of practically declaring that in my jnJg-
ment we should support tbe administra
tion, in the present contest, which is ia
accord with our llatfortn of last veir
Upon this question I should be extreme
ly glad to have yoir views, to the eno
that those of ns who have worked tcgeth
er, a.tboagu segregated from the old
paity ranks, may continue our work ia
harmony and in certainty of best ccn
serving the idtereets of our state and our
It is a dcee question whether there is
not cow a direct appeal to the patriotism
of the citizens of tbe United States, aod
whether or not tha dignified! strength
of our nation at home and abroad is no
at stake upon this issue.
In conclusion, I would ssk you to give
me your opinion as to what we should do
in tbe next campaign. I have written
similar letters to other leaders among ail.
ver republicans of tbe state, and upon re
ceipt of ans wars will write you again, giv
ing ycu the result of their opinions.
Ycurs very truly.
Opening of the 56th Session At
tracts Wide-Spread Attention.
ROBERTS NOT SWORN IN.
Mr. Taylor of Ohio, lias Already Ob
jected to Swearing in Utah Con
gressman Rumors That He
Will Not Qualify.
Wasuin'otox, Dec. 4. The opening of
the 56th congress at noon today attract
ed that widespread attention which al
ways attaches to the annual assemblage
of the national lawmakers. There was
added interest in the event this year, for
many far-reaching questions awaiting
consideration gave unusual importance
to tbe return of congress. Aside from
this, the Roberts caee introdsotd a phase
which promised something outside of
tbe ordinary developments of au opening
Early ia the day the throngs began
converging at the (apitol. The day was
bright and propitiousaud the thorough,
fares leading to the bcilding presented a
gay and animated appearance. Within
tbe building all was bustle and excite
ment. Long before the hour for calling
the house to order, the outer doors were
open to all, and through Iheso flowed
continuous stm.ms of humanity nntil
the great corridors, gaderies and rotund
as were fairly packed.
As early as 10 o'clock the conspicuous
figures of congress tc junto arrive, and
this serve 1 ta give tht waiting throngs a
temporary diversion. "General Hender
son went direct to tht- speaker's private
office, where be shared his time with the
bouse leaders and wi;U those p '.sailing
for admission can's. Representative
Richardson cf Tennessee, the tlent xra'.ic
house leader, was s!so varly on the
scene, conferring witt- hit lieutenants
Shortly before 11 o'clock, Mr. Robert?,
of Utah, in ei'k hit and black frock suit,
made his way through the crowd t j tbe
members' private lobby. Here ne
chanced to meet Mr. Richardson, and
the two held a short conference as to
whether Mr. Roberts ould seek ta ad
dress tie house. A bnrx cf comment
followed the gentle-nan from Utah
wherever he went, bo'- tranre was no dis
A PATRIOTIC RESPONSE.
A dispatch from Coise says that Secre
tary of Stale Patrie bas received many
replies to bis letter. One of tbe replies
Is from ex-Attorney-General 31. Parsons
Tbe conditions that caused ns to' do
this no longer prevail. Prosperity it
strongly in evidence throughout tbe na
tion. The cry of silver has lost its force
and power to rally men under etrargs
political banners. .
Colonel William J. Bryan advises good
democrats to return to tbe democratic
lold, and within its lines fight oyer our
differences on tbe silver Question. . If
his advice is good as to democrats, why
ia it not eqially good as to the republi
Ia the silver-republican platform of
1S9S we declared ourselves to be 'in fa
vor of an honorable onion with all other
political forces who are willing to make
tbe restoration of silver tbe one para
mount issue, and who are ready to subor
dinate to it sll other questions." This
declaration was the open test of our
fealty to silver, " and putting aside all
other considerations, we joined the de
mocracy in its bebali.
But the democratic party has made it
plain tbat henceforth silver will be sim
ply an issue to catch the Western vcte.
and that party proposes to subordinate it
to other questions, most prominent
among them being the furling of the
If my loyalty to silver is to be rand
wicbed between disloyalty to our nation
and national dishonor, tben I am for my
country without silver.
In our party platform we declared for
protection to American industries and
American labor, for reciprocity, exten
sion of commerce, protection to our sea
coast and tbe upbuilding of our navy,
and we also declared it to be our firm
conviction tbat every island, every strip
of land, over whose soil bas floated tbe
Stars and Stripes, and whose soil has
been wet with the Hood .of American
manhood, is ours by aa indefensible
title, to be held so long as this nation
To this declaration of principles I Rive
my betrty assent, and now, when I am
held up and asked in the light of cur
rent events,- "Under which kinz,
Beznian? . Speak, or die," 1 answer 1
am a republican.
tion, said to consist of 7,000,000 name?,
protesting sgainst the sealing of Mr.
Roberts, was brought into the ball. It
had bien collected by a New York news
paper. It constat d of 23 tolls of names,
each about two fei t iu diameter, encased
in the Awuricin fl ig. These rolls were
stacked up iu tho area in Iroat cf tbe
c'.erk'd desk and were viewed wi h great
cjrioeily. Later, Major McDowell, rlerk
of the house, ordered all except to of
the rolls taken out iuto tbe lobby.
Richardson of Tennessee, leader of the
minority, came u;on the 11 wr orly and
was s jon surrounded ej a group of dem-j
ocrats. Robcits came into the hall
shortly alter 11 o'clock, but he was not
gecerally.reccguijtsd, and he retired to
the cloakroom almost immediately. At
11:30 tbe shrill-voiced clerk directed
those not entit ed to the flocr to retire,
end the officers mid pages rapidly cleared
out those already io.
renatjr Kawiina ot L tail, came over
Irora the senate w in and held an earuest
cooferencs with R jberU. . Leo'.z cf JDl'jb
took part iu iu tha conference. After it
was over, the report was circulated tbat
Roberts no'ild uvt present I iiuself to ba
sworn if. But this aa iinmed.ately
dei:Je.I. RatierU hiimelt siiJ be bad
not decided what be would do, but lhat
he might desire to be beard w hen his
case came up. He took a seat to the
right of the main aisle an. I soon became
the cynosure of all eyes. His daughter
sat in the members' gallery.
Taylor of Ohio. wh represents l'reti-
dent McKijlev a district, who was to
conduct the care ogaiust liobcrts, was
couferrso with bis coliraguea oo the re
publican rid. As the minute hand of
the clock oppjeits the speaker's rostrum
overttx'k the hour band at ncoo. the
gavel of the chief of tha last Lous?, Mj r
McDoaell, deceaJed with a bang, lbe
ir.'lescuoabio Luzs ceased. Tbe ineui-
bers at ou; arosi and the spectators in
the galleries bowed tneir heads In this
stillness the voice ui the blind chaplain
was elevated and bis t raver made the
After tbe invocation, the reading clerk
br gau cillinz the toll. Roberts sst list-
eoiug intently for his came, and when
u was called re responded, "Heir, in a
loud voice, tut ht 'oxkeJ nervous acd ill
Toe re a ei e u de.noDstrati during
tbe roll call. When it was coueluded,
McDowell announced tbato52 members
answered to thtir nanus, a quorum.
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IN THE SENATE.
Qusy's.Crcdcntials Presented Other
Senators Present Remonstrances.
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Wasuinotos, De;. 4. Ia tha shadow
of the recen'. desth, the senate conveneJ
at noon today in iU s asioa ot lbs 5ti:h j
congress. The death of V ice-rresiaeat
Uobart cast a pall over the preliminary
proceedings in the eeLate. As usual cn
the opening days of ocngrees, the senate
chamber was a veritable conservatory.
Pending the actual convention of the
senate, the chamber presented a tvtost
animated and picturteeue scene. Tbe
gallerieswere filled w th a'brilliant and
Promptly at noon Mr. Frye, ot Maine,
president pro tern, called the seuate to
order. The blind chaplain, Mr. Mil-
burn, pronounced tbe invocation, mak
ing a beautiful and touching reference to
the death of Mr. Uobart. Penrose
(Pennsylvania) presented the creden
tials of Mr. Quay, which were referred to
tbe committee on privileges and elec
tions. Remonstrances and memorials
sgainst tbe seating of Mr. tjuay were
presented by Mr. Burrows (rep. Michi
gan and Mr. Jones (dem. Arkansas.)
. Accompanied. each by his colleagues,
the new senators in coteries of four, were
presented to the presiding officer and
received the oath which mads tbeui for
mally members of the body. Those who
took the oathfwere:
Senators Ladrich (Rhode JIMsnd),
Beveridge (Indiana), Burrows (Michigan)
Clark (Montana), Clark (Wyoming)
Cockrell (Missouri), Culberson (Texas),
Daniel (Virginia), Davis (Minnesota),
Depew (New York), Foster (Washington)
Bale (Maine), llaona (Ohio liawley
(Connecticut). Kean (New Jersey),
Lodge (Massachusetts), McComaa (Ma-y-land),
McCamber (North Dakota),
Money (Mississippi), Proctor (Vermont),
Queries (Wisconsin), Scott (West Vir
ginia), Stewart (Nevada) sand Taliaferro
Alter me administration oi lue oalii a
roll-call showed the presence of 7S mem
hers. Mr, Culloin of Illinois, offered the
usual resolution that the secretary of
the senate inform tbe house of represen
tatives that the Hen ate was ready to pro
ceed to business.
The senate soon after Adjourned. out of
respect to the memory of Vice-President
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Election of a Speaker.
"Tue neat thing ia order," announced
the clerk, "is the election oi a rpeaker.'
drosvenor rep. U.) presented the name
of IfeaJereon trep. Is.. Tbe mention
ci the came ol Oeneral Henderson was
gree'.eJ with a round ol applauss from
(the republican side. Hay idem. Va )
nominated Richardson (dem. Toon.) and
bis oaxe drew the plaudits cf tbe demo
cratic euc RiJgely (pop. h.n., no aii-
nattd Jjl.n kG. Bell (pop. Colo.) as the
populut candidate, and Wilson (Idaho)
placed Frauds Ci. Xewtaod (sil. NcV.)
in nomination as tbe candidate of the
Tbe roll-call resulted :
Henderson ....17? Ball 4
Richardson .. .153 Newlands
The clerk thereupon arnoucced t' e
election of Hendmon, aan I great re-
pa b ilea o applause.
Atterpeaker llenJersqa was sworn
io and had made a brief speech thank
ing the'niembers for the honor conferred
oo him, he announced that the members
would be sworn in. When the state of
Utah was called, Taylor objected to the
oath being adaiioistered to Roberts.
Mr. Taylf r spjke calmly and dispas
sionately. Mr. Roberts stood gsxing in
tently at n;tn ana not ones moved a
muscle throughout the protest.
Representative McRae of Arkansas,
followed with a protest from the demo
cratic side, saying tins issue was involv
ing: the sacredness of the American
home, a sentiment that brought an out
burst of applause. Speaker Henderson
tben addressed Roberts, raying :
ill tbe gentleman stand aside un
til the roll call is completed?"
Mr. Roberts aesented, with the state
ment tbat. in so doing, be waived none
of his rights. .
"I can assure the Ke.illeman, an
swered the speaker, "that he waives
none of hi rights by this course."
Mr. Roberts then resumed hia seat
and the roll call proceeded, it was
by nnauimo'is consent that the consid
eration of Rjberts' case should g over
until tooiorrow. sf;er tbe reading of tbe
president's message. The swearing-in
of thu retiainiox members was ihen
concluded, after which the home then
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Wakhisutox, Dec. 4. Seldom, if ever,
have such enormous crowds swarmed
around the house to witness the opening
scenes of the session as beseiged the
doors todsy. By 11 o'clock a brilliant
gathering had assembled. Tbo galleries
were blacs: with people and through the
swinging doors could be seen pushing
hundreds w ho were unable to gain ad
mission. Entrance was obtained by
card for which (hero was au enormous
demand. The ladies' .aud members'
galleries were filled with brilliantly
gowned women, tbe wives of members
and their friends. Tbe executive gallery
was filled with high dignataries of tbe
government and the diplomatic- gallery
was resplendent with tbe representa
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Ti. C. NICHOL.
231 Wash. St. Portland Or.
1 -OMIS-3 RKL1KF COSPS WO.
first and tidrd Fridavs in ear
RKXO POST, SO. J9, Q. A. R.. MI ITS TH1
first and third ThurMtaro ol each asoataH
at t p. m.
md MajMtiBsi oat
A LP HA LODti R. Nrt. 47. R. OF P
(V. erv Wedoewl.v eveniua Odd Fellows
Bat). VtsUinc K-tuhtu
llaUy Invited tn iitpimi
44 It is an III Wind
That Blows Nobody Good. '
That small ache or pain or
weakness is the 4 4 ill wind
that directs your attention to
the necessity of purifying
your blood by taking Hood s
Sarsaparilla, Then your
whole body receives good,
for the vurified blood goes
t'matina to everv oraan. It
is the great remedy for all
ages and both sexes.
. Dyspepsia " CompUctAti vHh
liver nd kidney trouble. I suffered for
years from dyspepsia, 'with severe pains.
Hood's SarsaparilU made me strong and
hearty." J. B. Emerton, Auburn, Me.
3 kM Sauataii((k
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills; I lie nnn Irritating and
Uiily rmlmrllc" to Uklth Hood Ssrispsrlllal
4We pay for this.... AH''
To let you know that we have
Staple and Fancy
a fine selection of
Our stock is being constant)- replenished and
enlarged, hence our goods are always fresh and
given with every cash
purchase which entitles
holder to a selection from our handsome decorated
porcelain china. A chance to get something nice for
nothing. Come and see. Everything at the lowest
Jackson Street. yifil fW fiROCERY.
i x nunc j i. i.
Roseburg P. O. Hours.'
Week davs. 6:30 a. m. to S t. m. Sun
days and bolidats, ti:30 to 0:00 a. m.
and 5:30 to 7:30 p. m.
Roseburg to Marsbfield DeparU ev
ery day at 6 a. m.; arrives every morn
ing. Koeeburg to Myitle Point. Departs
every day at 6 a. m ; arrives every
Roseburg to Mill wood Departs eer
day except Sundays at 7 a. tu. ; arrives
every day except Sundays st 4:45 p. in.
Roseburg to Peel Departs Idnily, (ex
cept Sundav) at 7 a. m ; arrives daily,
(evcept Sunday) at 3 p. m.
Roseburg to Lurley Departs Tues
days and Fridays all p. m.; arrives
Tuesdays and Fridays at 11 :30 a. m
LACRFt. LOn.F. A. r. A. M.. RISrLASi
!n"fnr 3d and 4th WedneMtoyc rsj
til i:ESE L. PARROTT W.JI.
S.T. JitwatT. scy.
ROSKBf Rfi t'HA PTr.R. Sn. S. O. R. 8.. WBBTW
the first and third Thursday of saeh
tenth. , . -
LIBBIK COSHOW.W M.
MAVDK RAST, isec'y.
MODERN' WOODMES OF AMERICA. MEET
nn tir-t aud ttu-d r ucsHy oi each monlB
iu thu eld Mssoiiic ba t.
H. W. Mtu-tm, V. C.
11. L. M.vr.STMS Tlerk.
It ycu suffer from tcnderneFS r full
ness on the right side, pains uodtr
shoulder blade, constipation, biliousness,
sick headache and feel dull.l'.heavy and
sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers w ill cure
you promptly, pleasantly and perma
nently by removing tho congestion and
causing the bile ducts to open and flow
naturallv. they ark good iim.h.
A. C, MARSTERS & CO.
It - (KIDMEN 'F THK WORLD.
No. 1. meets tit the Odd Fellosrs' Hs
tn aoelury every 1-t. Srtl sod ith Monday
fvvnuie. v I-mng ntigntyrs aiwsvs weicoms
O. P. Coaow, c. C
V. C Imoj, CVrk.
PH1LKT ARIAS LOiXiK. Sa 8. I. O. a T.
meet.. Saftrdsv evenirtf of each week at
their hail in Odd Fellow Temple at Rose burs.
Meuihersol the order in rood standine are in vit
rd io atteud. B. W. 6TRO.NU. N. O
5. T. Jswstt, 5ec"y. D. 8. West.
P.O. KLKS. ROSEBtRG LOlKit. NO. S?S.
hold their rt-sular communiestioDS at the
t O. O. V. hall ou second and fourth Thursday?
n each moL'Ib. All members requested to at.
tend rvtiJ'.ariy, snd aU vUiting brothers er
diai'y invited" to attend.
lOUliL.3 WAITK, B. ft
IRA . RIDDLE, Secretary.
T3 08EBP R' LOIX.K, XO. IS, A. O. TJ. W.
av mcetn the second and fourth Mondava l
evh mouth t 7 At p. m. at Odd Fellows h..
Members oi theordsr iu good stan ling are tu.
vited to attend.