The West. (Florence, Lane County, Or.) 1890-1921, March 12, 1897, Image 2

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    CENTURY OF POLITICS. FAILED TO BECOME LAWS
T E C E W E S T . . MANIFESTO
«MyCXLUUCD K tn v
rKWAY SWBKtXU.—
ISSUED.
Mltahull Members Tall Why Tkey Aot.d
tnauaurition of MoKlnlty Will M»rk
#
The BHI» Which Did N«t Recsive the
President's Signature.
- Library.
«/
(OKIÜISAL ASD SELECTtU.I
SENSE AND SENTIMENT.
bill«
A
large
number
of
important
rhi.B4.iaU» rra«
Though we break our lather'» promise. we have
Y lùùtfcx,
U n e C ôvkty ,
ú » iwo :;
The committee appointed by the re-
When William McKinley atanda tip to (ailcl torneive the signature ol Mr.
nobler dalle» Ar,t.
Ids
• - - BY - - -
Tk.tm ltor «» humanity 1» «he traiior mo.« as
publican conference to draft« manifesto, uk(#tlH)oaUloJotflcC g1 president ot Cleveland before the expiration of
An O U S ta n d W ith An Up To D ate S to.-k
Most
c timed;
.
Ime ftnished i's work. The committee the United States on tlie 4th of March, term, and failed to heeonic law«.
M ah 1» in ore rt»ai> conAtUttUt ♦ *•
r<>
ueath ihe xod, **
. -
— ---------- — ------- consisted of Senator« Driver, Brownell, exactly 100 years of American politic« important among tlieso these are tlie
Than be true to church and ..tate while we are
, Gowan and Heed; Representatives will I* complete l. It is true that the I BUndry civil appropriation bill, con-
AGENTS fob the west .
doubly fnl"C to God.
had
been
in
existence
for
taining
the
river
and
harlior
appropri-
allentano« »» the
bJl deeper,
t Eugene, O re,' Crawford and Conn. The document is government
J . W, B oumob
! eight years-before John Adams was in- tttiona, and many otl.er items; the Indi-
<™'»
lh>tOod
iet wi,hh. our
Gardiner, Ore. a» follows:
r*A*K R o OEBS
augurated in this city in US’ , but dur- nn appropriation and the agricultural
c„re:
_____________ ' »‘To the voters of Oregon t We,
¡ng Washington1
«
two
terms
in
the
presi-
bill.
The
first
three
received
what
is
Our country-claim . our fealty, we
servants,
chosen
l>y
you
last
June
to
rep-
ashiugton
to Ma e '» .n e !/ j i ' s - V d V a
IO C UR REALER6
but then
N u Td»i '
resent your interests in the nineteenth lency political parties can hardly he said known as a “pocket veto,” l»eing re- Bef »re man made u* cltlron«. great nature m»>l«
U-* naeu.
o
* AL
P O -ir s A d
In assuming full management of I. e »¡enniul session of the Oregon legislat­ to have existed. The public sentiment ceivod March 3rd and not acted on
— Lovell.
w in s
which
was
to
justify
»heir
organisation
The
deficiency
bill
carrying
about
$10,-
ing
with
feelings
of
deep
regret
are
W eht it is probably not ne. tss.iry to
The present is ma le up largely of
ill
A. C j s 4one W S . i V ' .
Issue any very lengthv »Ureas or to umpelled to inform you that we have was being gradually formed, but they ooo,000, failed in the conference between
the
senate
and
house.
The
other
lulls
fragments
of
the
past.
of
this
did not spring into being until it wa»
make many pro nises, h it a few word-1 passed through forlv-five days
It is the fate of many to lw> unjust to I f You W a n t to Suve M o tcy F R A O E W IT -1
as to our uture course may not lie oui , M.SM¡OI1 and no United Htates senator known that the decision of the Father which failed are:
The house bill to permit rigtit of way none so much as themselves,
,ias lieei elected, no law lias passed and of his country to retire to private life
of place.
U S . And You Can Do -o.
*
*
tlirough public lands <>f tramways, can­
A good many sermons are aimed too
It will he our aim to furnish our read- . none repealed. During this time we was unalterable.
This century of politics naturally falls als, etc.; joint resolution to prevent in­ high ever to hit any tiling on earth
era ttie latest reliable news that we can have lieen constantly in our seats eoeh
3uhà W n ' i
' . j if o ” I » «
rodcall
and
ready
to
fulfill
our
obliga­
into
three periods. Tlie first begins troduction ami spread of contagious
obtain, ami to express out opinona on
People are sooner reclaimed by the
to V A L U E -
subjects jf interest to the |ieople of this tions and redeem our pledges made to with the administration of John Adams .Ji^ase* in the United States; senate side wind of ft surprise than by do w n
bill
to
require
patents
to
l»e
issued
to
you
to
repeal
all
unjust
law»,
do
atvny
in
1797,
and
closes
with
the
administra­
part ef the country, We propoao to.
• i»> ria'it admonition
publish a pa|*r tl.at is in »li-pen lent with all useless commission*, reduce and tion of his son, John Quincy Adam*, in land nettled under the act to provde j The great thing in this world is, not
of
politically reserving lootir-elves tnerig’.i regulate Hie salaries of all state and 1829. The second includes the period for the settlement, of the peninsula
tode- so much where we stand, as in what
Florida,
etc.;
house
hill
relative
between
Jackson’s
first
inauguration
and
criticise men or measures that we deem j ounty officers in order to relieve you
villages direction we are moving.
unworthy, or to conmiend what we con­ from the i.urden of taxation. But from tlio close ot Buchanan's term in I8«l; liverv of letters in towns a
If adversity hath killed his thousands.
sider good in any party. We shall en­ discharging any and all of these duties and tiie third stretches from the induc­ where there '•» no free delivery ; senate bill
A W iX i”tt àU ?
IO LA Y
to No. 3329 to repeal part of timber-culture prosperity haili killed his ten thousands ; j»
W J .» DÓ
deavor to allow both sides of a question we have been hindered by a minority tion of Lincoln into the presidency
vs; authorising the Galveston 4 Great i diversity borrow» its sharpest sting
to he presented through our columns if of sufficient strength to prevent the en­ Hie present time. Tne first period of
S muid Call anJ 0 dabs
32
years
is
marked
by
the
rise
and
ileath
J
Northern
Railroad Company to con- from our Impatience
actment of any law or the election of a
llesired,
Natural abilities can almost compen-
i?
n
i i !
m
v *
of the old federal party and tlie birth struct a railroad tlirough Indian terri-
Having resided hrre for several years, United Slates senator.
tben
torv>
»ml
35
bills
of
a
private
nat
ure,
gaW
{or tho want of every kind of eulti- P U G i S
was
•‘The opposition from the first day of the democratic, or, fti it
we shall labor in the future as in the
vation, but no cultivation of the mind
past to advance the interest of the Sim ­ have demanded of i,s to surrender and called the republican paity. The first j most of thorn individual pension bills
, J
can make up for the want of natural a-
give
up
our
national,
state
and
natural
and
probaldy
the
last
administration
of
la* country so far uh it is ,n our power.
THE CIVIL SERVICE.
bilities.
rights
to
vote
for
the
man
of
our
choice
this
peritsl
were
federalist,
although
it
is
We hope to merit and receive the sup
A B«»
The home that does not recognise
port of the people of thia part of Ore- for United States senator; when for this difficult exactly to classify the admitii-1
.
v.» 8. V. Chronicle:
S
-
-
man nearly all of us were instructed by Stratton ol if John Quincy A lams. 2»o |
which ' pleasure in its economy, is a preparation
tcou *
. . i Tlie salvos of applause witli
W. If. W eathxbson .
you to vote; and when forty-four re- one of the five presidents of that p -n ol I
uæ
greeted tlie for a cemetery, not for a heaven where
TÖ 3 ? 8 ) J
1 3 ¡'3 [ V I I
sac
fullness of joy is promised, and pleasures
publicans present recorded their names can lie said to have had a successful
I spirited assaults of Congressmen Gros-
8)
d r if t in g t o w a r -
fei
lerahst
and three by letter and through friends career. T ie quarrels of the »v i e . |
vt-tior and Flynn upon the Civil Service forever more.
voted for him us our caucus nominee.
factions and tlie alien and sedition laws ) law bespoke a radical change of senti-
Whatever is genuine in social rela-
Rocky Mountain S ew .:
“ Bound as eii'li of us was by our oath brought hnmiliat ion and defeat to tlie ment upon the issue which, for a nilin- ' tions endures despite <4 time, error, alf-
Europe is drifting into war. Only a
of office ami by our promise to you, we elder Adams, tlie disastrous embargo l>er of years past, lias had strong affirm- sencc and destiny, and tliat which has
casual view of the situation discloses a
could not yield to a minority demand fioiicy shadoaed Jefferson’s exit from ation in republican ami democratic j ,,o inherent vitality hail better die at
different« between England and Russia
il f i l l i líllt* '»f E x î l ’H t ,l l » l l i t j
o violate our oath of office, break our •
presidency; the blundering manage-
In regard to Crete which demonstrates
platforms. Quite as significant of the once. Constancy is no virtue hut a fact.
promiae to you, strike a death-blow at ment of Hie war of 1812 added nothing
Action can have no effect upon reason-
altered state of public feeling was tlie
that beneath Hie outward concert of the
the very lifo of our government, and to Madia m’a tame; the do-notliing
applause that came from the galleries. aide minds. It may augment noise but
powers there are de-idetl ili.feren s.
.jam wide the gate which lea Is to the ' policy of Monroe left little to his credit;
The points made hy the opponents of it uever can enforce argument. If you
Russia wants drastic mea-mres with
Very citadel of all Amen.-an institutions and tlie cry of a bargain with Henry
the law were vehemently pressed and speak to a dog you use action, you hold
Greece, and England objects. If trouble
by putting legislation into tlie bands Clay clouded and embarrassed the
»1NW A R E ,
U M /l'b A f l . t l E,
in no instance adequately met. 11 fact up your hand because lie is a brute; an.l H A R D W A R E ,
ensues these »wo nations will l»o the
and under dictation of minority rule.
younger
Adams.
and
io proportion as men are removed from
apathy in defense was as apparent
leaders in tlio conflict, no matter how
H A T S & C APS,
M E D IC IN E " ,
N I Th
C A N L I I h,
“Aside from these patriotic and moral
With the advent of General Jackson
brutes action will liave tbs less influence
as instructive as aval in the attack.
other eonnrio* may ally t iemso ve<.
obligations, we are frank to state to you into the presidency in 1829 liegan tlie
TOBACCO,
C lG A R b ,
F l K N IS U IN » » < OOD
The Civil Service reform law has now upon tliem.
If England un I R msia full out over that it was further demanded of us that
second perio I of American polities. It been in existence long enough to havej
Crete and Greece, the direct cause ot the they Ito allowed to name tlie speaker o,
The race, as a whole, could never at­
is distinguished by the consolidation of received a fair test. Undoubtedly it
rondict will be only o io of in my w.iic.li the house, and that we consent to such
tain to its best estate until the two Goods as Represented.
Prices W ill be fo u n d fc e a s e n t »
the democratic party and the coalescence
have been growing for years. England
has done some good, but tlie claim can­ halves of it grow symmetrically, until
legislation as they would propose to us; of the old fe ler tliat factions i nto the
not be denied that it I ihs been a special men and women develop equally, nntil
resents the in« reusing influcii e of Bus- and tliat we promise not to vote for
whig party. With this period began advantage to tlie party in power for
eia on tho borders of India, an I in China
men rise in their moral development to
V a L U i i r i ’ i s
Mitchell. Feeling these de­ the spoil, era in American politics, and
and In tho Vacittc, where English power Jo 1,1
the greater period of time Which Hie the level of women, until women rise in
mands upon us were unnatural, un- it also saw the rise and dominance of
new appointment rules have covered. their mental development to lie equal
has haretofore lieen supreme. England American and revolutionary, we could
the slave power. Political life sank to a In the debates of Tuesday, General I
lias known for a century that Russia not consent and are compelled to return
of men. The hist is arriving, and it will
lower level than it had readied Iwfore
wants Constantinople, and is only await­ to you, our loyal fellow-eitixens, with
Grosvenor said that in one instance j bMlen |he arnval o( the |ir3t.
. or lias touched since. In tlie 32 years
ing for a favorable opportunity to seise
a democratic official with seventy-nine ■
feelings of deep disappointment.
When tlie world realixes tliat know-
' included in this period there is liltle
the Dardanelles, Given to Russia an
civil service employes under him ! ledge is power, realises it pra -tically us
I. D. D hiveb ,
1 to inspire the lover of free government.
entrance from the Black sea to the Med­
D E A L E R S . IN A N D M A N V E A C IU 'R E R S O F
Chairman.” I Jackson’s force of character and his boasted that he had been able to get well us theoretically, und is wfiling to al-
into office seventy democrats. But even
iterranean and England’s naval power
i low that min I, spirit and ability are with
1 successful fight against Calhoun’s nul-
such achievements as this have not
THE LEGISLATURE.
would be seriously overshadowed. Fur­
and BULBING M ATERIAL.^
' out sex, the dawn of a lietter day will C L U M B E R
' littcation plot helped to redeem his
served to make tlie law any more popu­
thermore, Russia may lot willing to per­
begin,
a
day
that
will
bring
us
brighter,
It is to lie hoped that never again will administration from failure. But beside
lar with the unbenefited and perma­ better, alder, nobler sons and daughters,
mit the present barbarities of me sultan
Oregon or any other state be so unfor- t(ie valor of the American soldier in Hie
nently excluded mass <4 democrats because the theory of the high education
to go on, but English sentiment will drive
Mexican war there is little in tlie story
than it Inis with republicans. Both of women has crystallised into the
from power any cabinet tliat compels milite as to elect such a legislature ub
that which met at Salem thia winter. of tlie administrations of Van Buren,
sides object to the process which lias characters of mothers who are worthy
English marines to do police duty foi
Sot one hill passed, notone measure of Tyler. Polk, Fillmore. Pierce and
so far served to supplant the policy of to »>e tlie an ostors of a better ra -e.
the Turks,
Buchanan io which an American can
Tliia natural antagonism between tin- relief to the people adopted, not one
rotation in office, that came in with the
We are apt to overl ok the fact tliat,
election pledge redeemed, no United look beck with pride. Tlie elder Har j republic, witli one which sets a privi­
two nations, the determine I spirit of the
e ? 7 \ r
C C J U . ¡M A N
from the higher point of view, life in-
States senator e'ecte I, is the record o riaon and General Taylor lived too brief •
TRS3AUBKR.
S R I3 I3 ÎN T
leged life tenure class of officials and
Greeks, awl the asacin'din 4 o Russian
the Oregon legislature at its regular a time to prove whether they could have gives the Ixxikworm who knows the volves vastly more than existence in the ,
1
3
G
J
5 I M S.
armies in the Balkans .di point to war.
C Y ’ U O U 3 H M ‘N
ttesh, and that, consequently, there are ■
SEORETARV.
lieen successful presidents.
VICK PRCSIDENT
color of Caesar’s hair an employment in
The diplomacy- of 8 tlisbury has readied session in 1897.
times when the owner of the body—the
The period of American politics to
And yet it would he unjust to many of
a practical field of business for will
its limit. British sentiment will noi
/foul—may
rig.ittiilly overlook it, and
the mein tiers to say they 'fid not do which Hie nation will always look ba< k seme defeated applicant was the liettei
O r e g o n
much longer tolerate a trilling with the
’
even
take
tiie
risk of wrecking it. The J L o x x x © ,
with
pride
and
admiration
began
in
their Iwit to fulfill their duties to the
qualified.
.
. .
, body to sacrifice
Turkish qi< «'ion.
state and to their constituents, who hail 1861 with the accession of the republican
I, is the vital fault of the system that ' «>««» »» requiring toe
itself, exiMTviscR no more th-ifi it.s I.iwm’
shown
confidence
in
their
honesty
and
party
to
power.
The
magnificent
out-
Bisoxa UsaMixM for co ntnissioner
it makes the examination paper the
sovereignty. Tne uiacliinc is run at a
'
ibllity
hy
electing
them
to
seats
in
the
bur.to
f
patriotism
which
tlie
war
for
tlie
of Hus U, 8, 'and office is favored by
chief test of prohulile efficiency in work
called
oat,
the
determination
of
the
rate that may permanently disable it.
-tate
legislature.
No
doubt
a
large
pro-
u„jon
nearly every body in Oregon. Wc have
tliat does not call for anything more
because it is not of so much account as
portion
of
Hie
members
usci
their
heat
,lntion
U
»
preserve
tlie
government
in-
yet to see the irsi wor I in ..nV of tlie
abstruse tlian common sense, industry
the 8|ieeial service tha it is compelled to
newspup'ra against Idin as a candidate efforts to do their duty as law makers, Ul.t> the abolition of slavery, tlie , aplen-
' .
I and good behavior. It is very doubtful
for the ;a>sition. If President M Kinley ind would have lieen willing to abide by ¿j,, management an I steady re , a . inilved if Abraham Lint o.n or Ub««e« render.— T!u W'o china >.
np|K»nts Mr. Herui inn t « the office it tlie rule of the majority, whether they o( H ,-olossal debt, the unpre<
8. Grant could have panne.I a civil »vr-
aero in favor ot the measure adopted or gn,wti, 0 the conntr* n wealth anil
will be a good selection.
vice board of examiners for tlie head
not. But the situation was unfortunate in populati n, and t e accession of the ship of small bureau*. To give tiie
a
M..L .
KoMrriMxa * new«pa|>er 'o lw honest that it gave the minoritv a chan e, bv Unl|e ! ataU.s to a pi ice among the point a military illustration it may be
has got to e on n e nnpoi' Er si e o. laking advantage of that clause in the flri, |Xjwers of tlie > orl l, ma le this the said that the ¡»est generals the civil
era of American politics. Fig- war produced uud lieen by no means Stomacli, s o in e ti up .»call dwnterbmsh,
a question for a time Tms is especially aiate constitution which says that two-
ilnun as, nausea,
the best student* at West Foin, Grant and burnin/ p '
iHilstci'si
true when the propositiO i is
ihir‘1« of each house shall constitute a ,,r,-s snowing the progress the nation
and Sheridan were a long way from the dys|»ep»>ia, . re cured by Hood s 8ursa-
up hv just sufficient facts to give gh>- I noruni f r tlie transaction of 1 usinese, ,iag made during these 36 years, top, where men like Halle k and Newton parillu. This it iieoinplisbes because
to the predominating ialwhoo-ls. Bit: either to compel the majority to yield to
|lM |»vn ehc ked only tem pe stood ill lonely eimnen e. Judged hy with its ivondertul i*,wei as a blood
purifier, Hood’s Surs. parilla gently
O constant and honest conte ition, even I hem or hy staving away from tlie meet- r#T¡|y by „ brief supremacy of the demo- ,|ieir examination papers they belonged tones ami strengt n n- the stomach and
eratie psrlv, could not ad.I to the in the rear of the ar ny.
digestive organ*, iuvigo ate- the liver,
•t the risk of twing on the unpopular uga to l»lo k all legislation.
.
pverv deimruiwnt of active life has creates an uppetit»». gives rctrohing
aide, wins the resia'd of all lamest peo­
'
.
. . .
Those inemtwrs hy their action in brilliancy <»f the picture of this jM*rio.i
its examp of men achieving the eat sleep, an I raises Hie health tone. In
¡ent in the lore of Cu*»« of dy-pepsia and indigestion it
ple.—£i»cofn ».’ om d.v /z-irfr .
Staying out show d that they knew It is an era to which ttie patriotic Aiuer- reg(l, g w; o are
they «ere n the minority and were not leans can punt with wonder mid pride t) e g ,htH) g -piiev are practical in all seems to have »• a magic t »Heh.
“ For over 12 y w n 1 »uJered from sour
O omsol G snsrai . L*e epi*-irs to have entitled t o n .« ; for had they l»oen in and feel a turili of a I n ration for the tliey do, and by that sign they conquer;
tha gool will o t. e Vmeruiana in Culm
the majority, they could, by appearing great pilitical parly which lia« had so but in a struggle for ofiice under civil
servi e laws the chances are tliat tiiey
and well does lie deserve it. " hen a
ni nell to do with realising the unparal-
C..nsul general will resign Ids iswillon J ,nd participating in the delilieratlons
would be listan ed bv men of Hie type
w i.b se v er, p u la , across m y shoulders,
4 the house, have carried their ,ueM’ leled acliieveuients gained.
of tlie .-ollege professor who made t a ■nd great distram. I had violent n.oaea .
rather than to see Americans outraged
A
new
era
is
soon
to
begin
a
new
large
hole
in
Ins
door
to
'et
his
eat
pass
-ures easily hv their own votes.
which would leave me very week end
and murdered, laa ause the |>ower of the ,
There are certain measures as the ,x,rjo i ¡n American polities. Whether through and a small one l*esi»le it for his taint, difficult to get my breath. These
U nit»! Htates is not ha ked by a fleet,
spells came oftener e-d more severe. 1
,
»tate appropriation hills for example, |h< r,.arr„ngelm'nt of parties made in kitti-n.
ha demon-tratee both his patriotism j
When a change is again wrouglit in did not receive any lastin- benefit trom D r y G o o d s , * C fJ c e r is 3
a n d A Notion«
vhieli the p-opbof all political parties |#g, year's campaiun is to remain par-
our system of appointment to office, phyelclens, but found am”, happy effects
and his msnhood. s i I may 1« regarded
. ree the legislature should act on. „ ,.u .n t or not, it seems certain that tlie closer the gov» rntiient gets to tlie trom a trial of Hood’s flarxararllte, thet I
M a tvpieal American.—Kocty .tfoui.- lad the legislature organ »ed and piss- rVp,||>liean ideas and p'iities will con­
old doctrine »4 rotation the lietter it will took sev-rel bo»ties end mean to always
keep It in the h »use. I am now able to
f ItH .V< ,
iti» esc, the situation would not have |jn„e joininant for year-, and the nation lie oft. Then tlie head of a department do alt ray own work, which for six years
aorke.1 such a hardship. The state 1« able to reap that «hare ol the pro- of public affair« will have the same ,wiv- I bare been unable lo do. My husband
which belongs to . -lege as the snagers of a private _bus.- and son have also b«en greatly bene­
S c M iin s '9
.»fid get along with the same laws a gresg „( ,il0 ceniury
newi to pick hi* r««pon»ible MMnutantB. fited bv Hood’» Seres parilla — for pains In
_____
Tl»ere will be new broom«, new blood, the back, and after the grip. 1 gladly
w c have taken jo u r m o .u y ♦ bile vet and with t»ut one Unitisi g^-at |»ople
♦tat s senator (or Hie next t wo year*,
new ideas, at about the intervals in tweommend thia erand blood medicine.”
a n J sp en t it for
T hb lahi.uavivx candidates who were which tliey are most needed. Sue.li inci­ Mas. P ftbb B ubby . baominste-. Maae.
iVhilv rmi v chHUgvM in our laws are
_
b»Hn« I*”»
neh needed ami anot her senator could defeated at »lie laal election can thank den al drawhaek« as there may be will
a»v.„ I« • XIMCIS
an i »p er»
•<t *a
e of great assistance to tlie «tate we their stars that they were ro fortunate not, we believe, impair the superior
ps w ell as w e know how to. j in g» t a’ong. But som»’ provisión for
ia os no* to I* reapoualWa fi* Um hoM-up. claim of the rotation syeiem to pthlie
snilaining the state institution
vonri en e and supp»rt—soo.etning it
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