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WEDNESDAY. FEBEI’A RY 9. 1M».
G. O. P. now days stands for
“Galling Ostenlacious Poverty.”
Big “P” now spells poverty in
stead of prosperity according to
the latest version by the laboring
1 lass of the eastern states.
The name of McKinly is spok
en in derision by the cotton mill
strikers. They now call him the
“advance agent of poverty.”
Those republicans who think
that the people of this country do
not know that a vote against the
Teller resolution is the same thing
as a vote for the pay ment of bonds
in gold only, are fooling them
The gold pre-s says that “pros
perity is scared away by talk.”
It is not a very substantial pros-
perity. Had it been any other
than that on paper it would have
made itself more manifest in spite
lion for a victory in 1900. In
I only one way can this be done,
and that is by a compact union in
opposition to the trusts, corpora
tions and money power repre
sented in the republican party.
would rather go down in defeat
separately or march to victory un
der one banner.—Jacksonville
TEE NEW STO a E!
R. A. MILLER & CO,
u ’ ren roasted .
Editor Fitch of the Oregon
If the majority of the house
Cijy Industrial Herald publishes
represented anything else than H. S. U’Ren’s resignation as
the will of Czar Reed, its action
chairman of the People’s party
against the Teller resolution
county centra! committee and tlien
would have had more significance gives him a roast. Fitch has been '
a staunch supporter of U’ren up
'¡‘lie gold power in congress
In this issue ive publish the res I
has decreed that no more states
that would elect silver senators ignation of Chairman U’Ren with
shall be admitted to the union. a 1 cry long and "rushing” argu-1
GRO ERIE’A PROVISION'S, QUEEN'S« ARE. ST »NEWARK,
Arizona, Mew Mexico and Okla tnent to sustain his position, and
GLASSWARE ROOT.' 4 SHOES, ROPE, TOBACCO, etc
homa, all qualified for statehood, through which he evidently ex 1
will have to «ait until next con pects to swing the committee into ?
gress. when the house will be con line and have his resignation de- *
trolled by the_silver men.
1 lined, and his <1 imineering lead-
lership endorsed. His resignation
It is more the lack of a foreign should be promptly accepted by
market for their goods than the 1 he committee.
■Mr. U'Ren lias not been asked |
J-gr-Onr Gonds »r» First (’I ”, a’ J »111 bo »old at Prier» a» low aa any
competition of southern nulls that
» in Harney t'oui.ty
W. invito the People to Ex unii.e anr Stock and Prims
has brought about th" reduction
J? before Purchasing Elsewh- re
Mail orders receive prompt aitmtian.
of wages in the N ew England cot simply asked to abide by the prin - • ir Jir j’r a»r Jit jg r j»r jsr air j « c Jtr jrr jor .
ton mills, and the consequent 1 iple of direct legislation for which
strikes. With the tight kind of he has done such valiant service
tariff there would be a profitable in the past. No populist has a
foreign market for all the surplus 1 right to say wli.it the result of the
products of our mill. Foreign ! vote w ill be, and certainly, every
countries aie bound to retaliate • I opu>ist should use bis influence
when we have such an antagonis- m every honorable nay until the
vole is taken to bring about the
tic tariff schedule.
. result he believes best, but bull-
Emperor William proposes to d' z.i ig and domineering and chi-
inscribe on the rilles of his sol
Md LAIN ,t WILLIAMS, Proprietor».
diers the words “The King’s come a Populist. There is to be'
Genera! hZerchanuise I.
Cail and inspect our Stock. Sat- ;
2 isfaction as to quality and price j
Some of the operatives in the
N'ew England mills arc moving to
England because they can get
“steadier wnik there at higher
wages.” They should be appre-
neither a fusion nor an anti fusi in
Tn» proprietors of this large and couitoodious House are experienced
hended at once arai put on ti ial
(campaign until this question has hotel keepers and th* public is assured good sc.omuiuilatiena.
for treason. N. Y. World.
The battleship Maine is Laving . been decided by the voters them-
a nice quiet time in Havana har l selves.
This is gold-bug prosperity:
L Ren s codicil to his resigna
bor. but her posi.ion there, never
“Just imagine that every thing is
rties d»»ir g regular board are requested to eonsult the
theless, is very much like that of tion is devoted to the Mit<hell
prosperous .mil you will prosper."
a man who stroll through an Ull- C 01 batt faction in the Republican Landlord.
It is just like the faith or Cluis-
friendly crowd with a di p on his party. I le is very familiar and
tian science cure —if you are
deeply interested in this -faction il
neat ly dead u it li the consuni p-
light,” but, in our humble judge
lion say nothing but m ike posts
ment, had he and NIi. 'i oung been
Just as though a man could do i It is now propo’ed to reach the less familiar with Mr. Simon and
North Pole by going under in
such a thing under existing I Oll-
taken less interest in the Republi V •* .’
boat being used for the purpose. can party’s ranks and devoted 'si/*
It is probably as good a plan for more time to the upbuilding of I
Some of the populist papers fooling away money anil li’e
the People’s party an 1 its princi-1
♦ E. C. BUSSERT, Proprietor •F
p'es the Populists, at least, would (
would like to encourage their as any other.
“middle-of-the-road” followers bi
. haie been better off today.
■stating that in counties where a
1 heieare tivosidasto this ques- ,
Thi’ popular R. sort is furnished throughout in
A partv of intending Klonil ke
union has been perfected that
lion of fusion. While a porli. nof
Privat« Club Rooms ge-'‘!e'aanlv ba'
pro-pei tors 11 ere b inqueted sump-
“the democrats and silver repub
Mr. L Ren’s argument against it
mixeil to suit v, tir tast«. Yon -ir.-
tuouslx .it Chicago the other night
lie ins •hogged' all the offices and
h-adqoiirter» ir..ile ■ ai i-.
.is true, yet much he says is mis
preparatory to starting no th.
left pops to hold the bag.” This
l ading and wholly in-upportable
Champagne and terrapin were on
is a gross mis-statement, as we
I hat the Republican party is di
the bill of fare an excellent in
know not of any c< unti in the
vided hopelessly divided in Or
troduction to beans and roast dog.
state ivheie the offices were not
egon we grant. But what is of
fairly and satisfactorily disti ibuted
m.ne imp irtance to ns is the fact
The latest report about Blan that Populists are also divided.
among the different pai ties form
co’s negotiations with insurgent I 0 assist one faction of the g. o. p. j 3 uth 3
ing the union.
leaders is that lie is gone to c in m this state i 1 its effort to down
fer with two of them, taking the other is not our business but Leave« Burns daily at 6.30 r a.
Arrives at Ontario in 42 huurs
I.( )ST ' Some w bei e oil the
along ¡p.jSo.ooO. The first thing how to everlastingly bury both of
high seas, Mi l latina Prosperiti.
he Vnows the Cubans will have them out of sight ought to be our
This much wished foi being was
that boodle, but not as price of a “p.inimount issue” just now.
Fars Oneway S7.50. Round trip 115.Ou.
supposed to have sailed for this
sm render, though, ai d Blanco How .ire ne going to do it; |H
colimi i some 16 months ago, but
will be in good link it they don't pu ling apart or by pulling togeth
Through freight 3jcts. x pound.
before ai i n ing lie found out there
get him, too.
at anv F. O 011 th« route and covered reaches will
would be lie.i\\ dull imposed on
Our state committee in its
I.« furnished for passanger«.
II. A. Williams. Propr.
him, and that was wanted to
Ratcliffe, the actor, once a mat doin solved the problem, if it is
stalk ovvi the country on one leg,
inee idol and non the inmate of a po-sible to do so. “We are evi-
so he steeled for a mote pleasant
jail, is said to b ■ on the verge of .1 ilently divided upon the question
clime, I >11 ceti ve R' ci prix it v lias
menial collapse, I. «eked up. of •union or so union,”’ said the
been set on the track, but Mr. R
thinks lie has been put on the “ile.ul broke,’’charged with per committee "All together we can
jury and bigamy, and with three win. divided ue shall fall Lrt Us
case at too late a day.
vengeful lilies on his trail if hi refsr this whole matter to the hois
JOHN SAYER. ..
li.isn't a decent excise for going in the trenches w ho must do the
It was verv ungrateful in
crazy . who lias."
voting and then abide by tbeir de
Situated on Si Tin. river 1 mile Fast of Earn», near the bridgi
\\ heeling Iron and Steel
cision. If they say nialdle of the
p.mv to post an immediate reduc
Tw. widows, each i l.iiming to road* let every nian of us fall in
Customers will receive GOOD FLOUR fr^m
tion in wages, running from loto
be the legitimate anil only, weep hue; if they say •uifion’ let us all,
20 per cent, and 11 demand foi
over the ashes of Mining Engin ■is one man. go m Io wi„ on t(, Good Wheat
m ie work at the cut 1 at i s, on
eer Gordon, whs perished, with a line.” But, Nfr. I r(.n fc |rs
the very das before ¡'resident
tl nd woman, m the Spokane fire ic-ult of direct legislation and pio-
McKinley's appettarne at the
CCell’ to bolt his party and repudi
It was an awful death lie died
tn.muf.il linei ’’ banquet in New
hi* “ one-plan.;
one-pl.m platform" for
Volk wheie he bragged on the still, ha 1 he lived, it is more than fear the people haven't sense
bettered condition of minufactuie possible that warmer times vet en nigh Io govern themselves.
and higher wages (or the em
He • pcifi tli widiog to 1. ad bi
ployed. It leaves a loophole foi
people but not willing to follow
ll "lib"'-in< w re.d n't v >u know
He has budded a machine on
Pres. < omineut
'flic workmen immediate!, threw
whiih he is no v prepirmg to
di wn tin ir t< ol.s, and, i»f course,
The republican pies’ is oppio, break his own nick, 01 else lie is
made some unpleasant remarks briousli using the w.ed "fusion" insiin ere m the unfortunate p< -i-
about the I'ing'ei latiti end the and making it a bug ilxxi with ti n lie has t iken ! I 1 either
“advance agent of prospet ity.”
which to (ugh enthe timid
i ll. he . an be spared as i chairman of
union proposed in Oregon is not the Pe .pies pa.tx in V lack mas
Oiegon will open the i amp lign fusion m the gener d av. p e 1 county.
of jsyS, being the lira! 'fate to version of the e 11. i -unit
fe I .
hold an election, and 'lie tesu't of oppiti ng po! iial parti, *
Ii of a in
here will have ro uncertain in- the so.ids of odi. e; bu < c >
tluen.c throughout the Union. lion of pt op e hai g tin -ame t. < m
The issue is prai tie ally the same object m view made foi the put - fl>< K
eveiywherc .is it was in 1896— pose of o' et .'orning .1 common has < eased to be .1 virtue.
the .ingle gold standard against enemy. A ’uci twful union of who wi.I repudiate h s own f oth
Let the sil.er-ie- the silver-reform forces n.-w de- and enile tvor to destroy his
fwrm forces do their duty, and pends upon whether unsilti’li pa party, invites toe ’<i’p
they will have set the example for triotism will prove stronger than ccmpe's the re’etrtment
other states and laid the fourda- party prejud ce. and whether tl.ev heretofon m "t fai'hful friend.
All Treated Alike. Table Service ths Best.
‘WHITE HOUSE SALOON
This cut represents our Train
load ot Goods as it appeared at the
I aion Passenger Depot, Portland.
Buy your goods from the Largest
firm in Eastern Oregon»
who buy at the low
est prices and in
B iìrns F lou » s saw M ill .
Has 250 thorough-bred bucks.
and will sell them from 4 to 8 dol
ELKHART CARRIAGE and HARNESS NFG. CO.
We MEET and BEAT AIX
competition and can fill all or