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WEDNESDAY. - AUGUST 12, 1896
C wmy Judge Robt. Mays
8'ierlft. ..T.J. Driver
Clerk A. M. Kelsav-
Treasurer C. L. Phillips
f i 1 A. S. Blowers
Cammissioners ) D. B. Kimsev
Assessor W. II. Whipple
Harvey or. ...T. B. tloit
Superintendent of Public Schools. . .C. I.. Gilbert
C noner W. H. Butts
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
WILLIAM M'KJNLEY Ohio
GAERET A. HOBART . . . .New Jeraey
For Presidential Electors,
T. T. GEEK Marion County
8. If. YORAN . . .. Lane
K. L- SMITH Wasco
J. F. CAJPLE3 '. Multnomah
WHAT BRYAN HAS TO DEFEND.
Candidate Bryan says he is reacty
and willing to defend the platform
upon which he stands. By this he
means both the Democratic and Pop
ulist platforms, since he has been
nominated and, to all intents and
purposes, accepted the principles
which form the cardinal faith of these
two parties. Bryan is ready to de
fend the, propagandas which the Dem
ocrats and Populists have put forth.
Have you stopped to think what
. these mean ? t
The Democratic . party declares
that the government shall stamp 53
cents', worth of silver and call it a
dollar, and shall keep on stamping
sncli amounts of metal as long as
they shall be presented. This same
Democratic party which has always
contended that the nation is no great
r than the individual states, now
announces that this government is
greater than the rest of the world
and by its own action can do what-
otber countries have long ago given
up as impossible.
The amount of bullion in a silver
dollar is worth today fifty-three
cents. Behind it is forty-seven cents'
-worth of government credit. That
is what' makes up the deficit aud
enables the fifty-three-cent dollar to
pnrchase 100 cents of commodity.
If free coinage were to result, the
government would be unable to
pledge its proportion of credit, and
the silver dollar would, purchase
Jast what its bullion was worth.
This would be depreciated currency,
and this Sir. Bryan is ready to de
fend. : The Democratic platform declares
for free trade. Have we not had
enough of -free trade? It is a tire
some subject to refer to, but the
people of Eastern Oregou have cause
to heed it well. Free trade has been
the corse upon us all. It has brought
the wool indnstrj-, upon which each
of us is dependant, from a prospeious
business to a calamatous undertak
ing. Free trade has made 'bank
rupts out of well-to-do business men;
destroyed credit, and made the se
Terest of economy necessary. And
free trade Mr. Bryan is ready to
The Democratic and Populist flat-
78 Second Street. .
forms, attack the - supreme court.
They say it does not render equtta
ble decisions, and yet the supreme
court represents one of the bulwarks
of our liberty. It is composed of
the most eminent men that can be
found in the nation. It is a check
upon the other departments of gov
ernment. Yet the delegates in con
ventions assembled assume to know
more than the learned justices of the
supreme court. And this Mr. Bryan
is ready to defend.
In fine, Mr. Bryan is ready to de
fend any proposition which it con
trary to the- welfare of the nation,
lie is a free coiner, a free trader an
anything for office. And, candidly,
does he represent one single measure
which will inure to the benefit of the
American people ? We think not.'
Bryan is a smooth man. He is an
adept in making phrases. He knows
how to say the right thing in the
right place. He sizes ap bis audi
ence, finds out what they want, and
gives it to them. Consequently he
is successful to a certain degree.
You remember what Barn urn the
enterprising circus man said : "The
American people like to be hum
bugged ;' and so they do. Bryan is
humbugging them. He tickles the
fancy of those to whom he speaks.
What recommendation has Bryan
for the presidency? None whatever.
He is a callow youth, to whom na
ture gave a volatile tongue. Is he
the sort of a president this nation
wants? Calmly think this over, and
don't vote until you have considered
The statistician has no place in
this campaign. Figures cut no
figure. You sec Vne condition of
things now and you remember what
they were four years ago. How do
you like the change? ,
Bryan stands for bankruptcy, re
pudiation and anarchism. McKin
ley stands for protection, patriotism
and progress. Which will you
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XotiKj is heieby given that the undersigned
hae been duly appointed by the County Court of
the Htate of Oregon for Waeco County executor
of the last will and tertament of James Mc
Gahan, deceased. . All perKona having claims
against the estate of said deceased are hereby
notified to present the same to me at in v office
in Dalles City, Oregon, with the proper voucheis
therefor, wilhiii six months from the date
Dated August 5, 189G. . .
augrt-5t-ii K. F. GIBONS, Executor!
Notice of Final Account.
To au Whom it May Coxcrkn:
Notice is hereby given that G. J. Farlev has
filed Ms final account as administrator of the
estate of Joshua W. Keedy, deceased, and that
said final account will come on for hearing: on
Monday, July 13th, 1S96, at which time a hearing
will be had as to any and all objections to such
final account, aud the settlement thereof.
This notice is given by order of Hon. George
C. Blakeley, county judge. Dated this 11th day
of June, 1896. G. J. FARLEY,
Adm'r of the estate of JosnuW W. Reedy, de
ceased. - . jel3-6t.it
First mortgages on improved property nego
We are prepared to-negotiate first mortgages
upon improved farms in Oregon, Woshington
and Idaho with eastern parties and foreign cap
italists at the usual rate of interest. Mortgages
renewed that have been taken by other compa
nies now out of business. Address (with s tamp)
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NoUceis hereby given that th; following list
of warrants have been issued for more than
seven years prior to the first day of July, 18D6,
and aie now remaining in the office of the
County Clerk of Wasco County Or., uncalled
for, and unless said warrants are presented for
payment within sixty days from said July 1st,
in' accordance with section two, Laws of Oregon,
page loto, ine same win oe cancelled ana pay
ment thereof will be refused.
o For :
Date of what To whom
Issue. " Issued. Issued. Amt
July 7. 18881348 29 Juror E. A. E. Weber (1 20
July 9, 1' 88 393 29 Chnmn W. H. Weist 2 00
Sept. 10, 18S8 511 29 Witness Frai cis White 1 70
Sept. 10, 1S8 537 29 Witness Thos. Williams 1 70
Sept. 10, 1888 52129 Witness Thos. Williams 1 70
(Sept. 10, 1888 508 29 Witness James White 1 70
The above is a list of warrants remaining in
the Clerk's oflice for more than seven years.
By order of County Court, -
. A. M. KELSAY, County Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will, on Saturday, the 22nd day of August, 1896,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said
day at the front door of the county courthouse
in uaiies tjiiy, nasco, uo., uregon. sen at public
auction to the highest bidder for cash in hand,
the following described real estate belonging to
tueesiawoK i. v.Lane,uwoi w asco -I4uniyv
Oregon, and now deceased, to-wit: Lots one (1
and two (2) and eleven (11) and twelve (12) and
uie nort.ii nati oi tots mree ana ren (lu; in
block 81 in Baiids Second Addition to the town
of Antelope, in Wasco County. Oregon, said
real estate will be sold subject to a mortgage
thereon in favor of W. Bolton & Co.. dated (tatn-
ber 3, 1895. for the sum of $305.55, and interest at
me rate oi it) per cent per annum irom said date.
Dated at Dalles City, Or , this 21st day of July,
Administrator of the estate of C. V. Lane,
deceased. . jy25-5t-ii
In' tbe Circuit Court of the State of Oregon for
the County of Wasco.
In the matter of the estate of Phoebe M. Dun
hem, deceased. Citation.'
To Mrs. Clara Lanning, Mrs. Mary Hodges and
George Maddox, Greeting:
In the name of tbe Bta e of Oregon, You arc
hereby required to appear in the Couuty Court
of the State of Oregon, for the County of Wasco,
at the courtroom thereof, at The Halloa, in the
County of Wasco, on Monday, the 7th day of
September, 1896, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of
that day, then and - there to show cause, if any
there be, why an order should not be made and
entered herein authorizing and directing the ad
ministrator of said estate to sell tbe real prop
erty belonging to Bald estate, to-wit, a strip of
land feet wido and 100 feet long off the east
side of Lot No. 11 in Block Mo. 6 in Laughlin's
Addition to Dalles City, Wasco Couuty. Oregon.
This citation is served upon you, the said Mrs.
Clara Lanning, Mrs. Mary Hodges and George
Maddox, by order of the Hon. Robt. Mays, judge
of said Court, made July 25, 1896.
Witness, ' the Hon. Robert Mays, Judge of
the County Court of the 8tate of Oregon.
bkil for the County of Wasro, with the seal
of said Court affixed, this 25th day oi
: July. A. D. 1896. '
Attest: A. M KELSAY, Clerk,
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