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BURNS. HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON.
EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22,
OCTOBER 21 189G.
i partisanship that would deservedly
■forfeit to us the confidence of the |
American people. Remember that
two wrongs never make a right. |
When our devotion to the welfare
of the people fallers because of any I
failure on the part of the democrat
ic or any other party, then, indeed I
will we have lowered our t standard, |
proven ourselves false to our own i
teachings and repudiated our own j
motto of country first and men and
Have on Hand a New and Complete stock of
party second. Brave, enlightened
voters, who constitute the rank and f’SF'We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES,
file of the people’s party, are incap
We carry a complete line of
able of such base betrayal of their
country as .would result from divis
ion in the ranks of those opposing
I the machinations of the consolidat
ed money power of the two conti- |
nents against homes and liberties
j of the American people, and would
■repudiate any action on the part of
their leaders opposed to united
effort at thi*= time, as they repudi
ated the old parties fortheir treach
ery to their interests.
Prices ns low as anv R R. point, with addition of freight.
The other course left open to
Special attention to MAIL ORDERS—Correspondece solicited
vour committee that was consistent
Address Mason it London, Burns, Oregon.
to the action of the convention in
nominating Mr. Bryan was to do
everything in their power to unite
LETTER FROM THE POP'S. . the voters of the country again ri
McKinley and to evercome the ob-
Pi'BLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Mauifesto Issued by Jone» and stacles and embarrassments which,
His Idvisers-------------- | if the democratic party had put the |
W. C. BTR.D &, SON.
cause first and party second, we
P ublishers and P roprietors .
Chicago. Oct. 13 —A meeting of would not have encountered. This
the executive committee of the peo- 'could be accomplished only by ar
i pie’s partv was held at the Sher
One Year ..............
Six Month» ................................................. ' 00
j After hearing toral vote in every Rtate Pofl8ible>
Three Months......................................................'•> Ln an House today-
t reports from members present, and securing so many electors for Brvati
¡especially from H. W, Reed, of and Watson, and conceding so
I Georgia, who spent several days many to Bryan and Sewall. At
the opening of the campaign this,’
with Thomas E. Watson, the com
presi-ient ........ .,.........
under the circumstances, seamed > Fishing Tacklss A.o.1 Sporting
Adlui Stevenson mittee decided to issue the follow
Secretary of state .........
the wisest course for your commit- |
. John G Carlisle ing manifesto:
Aecre ary of Treasury
BBT* 1 in ware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
Secretary of Interior
tee, and it is clearer ioday than |
.. Daniel 8. I.aniont
Secretary of War
Secretary of Navy......... . Hilary A. Herbert |
ever that it was the only safe and Burns
J. Sterling Morton the United States: Your national)
Secretary of Agrii ultfiro
Jndsc n Harmon
wise course if our votes were to be
, committee indulged the hope that
; cast and made effective for the re
G. W. McBride.
lief for an oppressed and outraged
J. H.Mitchell. party in national convention in
i Binger Hermann
subordinating the interests of partv
(W. R. Ellis
C. M. Idleman
Following this line of policy your
A m 1* 1-or.l to the success of the vital issue in
ti R Kincaid
leeretary of Stute
committee has arranged electoral,
Phil. Metachan volved in this campaign would be
tickets in three-fourths of the states,
<npt. Public Instruction
AV H Laeds met by equally unselfish devotion
and will do all in its power to make
> R S. Bean.
./ C. Wolverton to a common • interest on the part
the same arrangements in all of the
1 F. A. Moore
the democratic partv, and that
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
states. By perfecting this arrange
district Judge................. D
. M. D. C liffokm all the friends of silver would pre
ment, and every sincere opponent
c. W. Parrish.
.0. 1.. Patterson. sent a solid front against the mill
STEPHENS & RICHARDSON, Proprietor
of the gold standard giving loyal
ions bf greed by supporting one
COl’NTY—HARN tY :
ticket, that trul>’ co-operative tick support to these joint electoral tick
<’. P. Rtitherf.ird. ,
bounty j ldice
II. Kelley; et, Bryan and Watson.
But this ets, the people’s party will not only
J. C. Welcome ;
secure in the electoral college for
T A. Mr Kintion hope being disappointed, there were
A. J. McKinnon
S. W. Miller but two courses left.
First, to run Bryan and Watson several times as
School sunet inten.lent .. .iD)
W. C. Bl rd
we could have possi-
itock I nspectnr
Geo. Tregaskis a straight Bryan and Watson elec-i ,lian-v vote‘
making a straight
on account of failure of the demo- b*rbt,
we w’^ secure the deteat
HARNEY r. ». land ornea:
and the gold standard,
........ ....... A. A.CowitW
would have effected the same result wb’cb should now be the greatest ^"Courteous treatment guaranteed. Your patronage solic
in this campaign that would have desire of every citizen who believes
followed the nomination of a ; ! !n the principles of true^democracy
straight populist ticket at St. Louis, I as taught by Jefferson, and of true
SYLVA REBEKAH Detree No. «3.
namely, the election of McKinley • republicanism as represented by
Meetaeverv let and 3d Wednesday.
Mina 1-eia McGee N.G.
and the triumph of the gold stand Abraham Lincoln.
Sam Mothershead. Rec. See’y.
CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE.
It is true the democratic party
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such a result, but to permit evil to
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triumph on such grounds would
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