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cannot help but feel it a compli- oppressive taxation, and the lavish
i ment. If the brain of the worthy appropriation of recent republi-I
■ ; Mr. Flower was properly analyzed can congress, which have kept the
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I you would find the composition taxes high while the labor that ,
largely made of ogotism, self con-j pays them is unemployed, and the
OF THE FAMOU8
EdUor ceit and arrogance; when he makes products of the people’s toil are de- j
. -.a statement it is perfectly certain pressed in price until they no longer ,
he thinks just the contrary.
pol /7/ cal s/rrATroy.
repay the cost of production. Wei
, demand a return to that simplicity J
Col. John R. Fellows was very
HERE’S THE PLATFORM. , and econmey which befits a demo
bitter in his remarks on the demo >
cratic government, and a reduc
tion in th« number of useless offices, '
cratic platform. “There is not one
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iota o’ democracy in such a plat
the salaries of which drain the sub- BURNS,
We hold that the tariff duties
’ stance of the people.
form.” he declared. ‘ It is a tissue
shou d be levied for the purpose of
We denounce arbitrary inter
FOR SALE IN KEGS AND BOTTLES.
of populistic and anarchistic no
revenue, such duties to be so re
ference by federal authority in
tions cmpiled by men who have
no claim to recognition as stabs adjusted as to operate equally local affairs as a violation of the
¡ihrouehout the country, and not
constitution of the United States
men or even politicians, but who are
discriminate between class or sec and a crime against free institu
frenzied fanatics. I cannot see
tion, and that taxation should be I tions, and we especially object to
how I can support such a platform
'imited by the needs of government,
government interference by injunc
or any person placed upon it.”
honestly and economically adminis tions, as a new and highly danger
The foregoing from a New York
ous form of oppress;n, by which
delegate, convinces every one of Hie tered
We denounce as disturbing to
federal judges, in contempt of the
fact that it is a bitter pill to east
¡business the republican threat to laws of the states and rights of
• • t 1 1<*TTO 1/1 lliU ov<*wo uuva iiguuo v/i
ern ring leaders of the democratic
CHAS. JOHNSON Proprietor.
restore the McKinley J law, ’ which I citizens,
>. become at • once , legislators,
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party, who have heretofore carried ' line
mv . ...
executors, and we ap-
everything with a high hand in I people in national elections, and j i judges and ...
passed , at
the . last
national conventions, to submit to which, enacted under the false plea
measures other than those propa of protection to home industries, session of the United States ■’enate,
gated by the ring. Western/demo- proved a prolific breeder of trusts | and now pending in the house of
representatives, r» lutive to con
crats have recognized, finally, and
Wines Liquors, and Cigars.
.and monopolies, eniiched the few tempts in federal courts, and pro:
established their rights, in national
t, j • /.i-
iat the expense of the ,na,,
y> ’ re- yiding for trials by jury in certain’
convention assembled in uiiicago
Chicago i I at th® exl H ien9e
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant^Card Rooms, st«., st«.
to nominate a national ticket. We|str‘cte^ trade and deprived the cases of contempt.
Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
say have recognized their own producers of the great American . No discrimination should be in-1
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
comes | 8taple8 °f access to their natural . dulged in by the government of the i
rights, for no recognition
from Eastern democracy, as a markets. Until the money ques United States in favor ®f any of its
whole, but bitter resentment in tion is settled, we are opposed to debtors.
stead. While we rejoice, because
of the few delegates from that sec in our tariff laws, except such as ■ 53d congress to pass the Pacific
tion. who sustain and will stand by are necessary to make up the de- railroad funding bill, and denounce
the result of the convention, still I ficit in revenues caused by the ad- the effort of the present congress to
the fact that so many of them, like verse decision of the supreme enact a similar measure.
Recognizing the just claim of de-
Colonel Fellows, vuice the same court on the income tax. But for
sentiment and their invectives so
serying Union soldiers, we heartly '
Situated on Silvies river 1 mile East of Burns, near t%e bridge
utterly unfounded, leaves room for there would be no deficit in the rev indorse the rule of Commissioner |
but one conclusion and that is enue under the law passed by the Murphy that no names shall be
chagrin ov« r their defeat, Western democrat congress, in strict pur-. arbitraily dropped from the pen- *
Customers wil receive GOOD FLOUR froni
and Southern democracy has been suance of the uniform decision of, Bjon r©Hs, and that fact of en[ist-|
le<l by that ring for years at evert’ 'that court for nearly ICO years,that | ment and service should be deemed i Good
national convention, when in nianj’ court having under that decision | conclusive evidence against disease I
instances the result has bet-n sustained constitutional objections and disability before enlistment
Wc fayor tho admiBgion of the
crushing to its best interests. We to its enactmen which had been
have in the past bridged the chasm overruled by the ablest judges who' territoriefl of N<JW Mexico an(l AH.
fraternized sectional interests ai d have ever sat on that bench
I zona into the Union as states, and I
feelings, and manly come forward
We declare that it is the duty of. we favor the early admission of all I
in support of the ticket.
congress to use all the constitutioal | the territories, having the necessary
Now since the shoe is on th* power which remains aftei that de- pOpUlation and resources to entitle*
other foot, and the “cow” ¡8 turned cision, or which may come from its) lhem to Bjeterhood, and, while they I
with her udder towards the West reversal bv that court, as it may • reinain territories, we hold that the,
M c K innon <t king .
and South, comes a howl such as hereafter be constituted, so that the„„„ • . , .
, . .
oificials appointed to administer
was never heard In democratic burdens of taxation may be equal y ■
.. ., rf ' to t fho and ’ ithe government of any
ranks Injure. Many of them will | and impartially divid d to the end
together with the District of Col
likelv bolt the ticket. But did thia, that may all bear the due propor-
Shop opposite the Brewery
umbia and Alaska, should be bona
outfit of Eastern plutocracy for a | tion of the expense of the govern-
fide residents of the territory or
All work in our line done neatly and with dispatch,
moment concede the right of theimeni.
district in which their duties are to
Give us a call.
South and West in like cases here I | We hold that the most efficient
I be performed. The democratic
tofore to bolt? Has not the South way of protecting American labor party believes in home rule, and
and West been led by the iron hand is to prevent the importation of1 that all public lands ot the United
of Eastern bondholders, million ¡foreign pauper labor to compete States should be appropriated to | pointments based upon merit, fixed
aires, and Wall Street to its ruina .with it in the home market, and | the establishment of free home for 1 terms of office, and such an admin
tion long enough? Have we not | that the value of the home market American citizens.
istration of the civil service laws as |
submitted? Not without protest to j to our American farmers and art , We recomined that the territory will afford equal opportunity of all
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a. cordovan ,
1 e sure, but nevertheless we have isans is greatly reduced by a vicious\of Alaska be granted a delegtae in citizens of a certain fitness.
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submitted and taken our medicine? monetary svstem. which depresses j congress, and that the general land
3X9 fine ùufkftMAMt
We declare it to be the unwritten
Our rights of belief and opinion th? prices ot their products below ( and timber laws of the United States
law of this repablic, established by
heretofore have been wholly ignored t|ie C09t of production, and thus de- be extended to said tarritnrv
k by _ A.
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custom and usage of 100 years and
prives them of the means
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extend our sympathy
necks” and now because'the game j chasing the products of our home people of Cuba, in their heroic
, in their heroic greatest and wisest of those who .
does not result to suit their masters, manufactories. The absorption of struggle for liberty
and independ- founded and have maintained our
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they claim the right to bolt.
wealth by the few _ the
Bhall i be 1
r i The
i federal government ♦ .honld
u i j i I eliaible
OvwrOiM Million People wear tj*
Th...kOodl for lh<-prr.e.d pl«» l.,f „nr k.d.ng
should I '!1,lble
f« * in
of the of pre«-1
‘ and pools care
for • federal
and • improve
J I k
our W. L. DOUglàs"$î
1 hank 1 God!
i*. the formation
of ' trusts
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our standard bearer. Thank God!' require a strict control by the fed
Thay givo tho boat value tor the moi ’«y.
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that honesty prevailed. Thank eral government of thoce arteries of , river and other great waterways of' ’
•RuMcnotom ahoaa In stylo an-1
Their wearing qualities are unsurpa »•*«•
The prices are anNorm,~-stamped o n •oU-
God! that in this convention the commerce.
its success PT?"
“v*4 ‘»•r other mak «•-
| interior stales easy and cheap trans- at the pells, we i ‘
U your dealer cannot supply you ve catu Sold by
laborer, the agriculturist, and the
We demand the enlargement of , portation to tidewater When any >ng decltfYat ion of
right« of the poor were recognized.
poWer8 of the interstate corn-
waterway of the republic is of suf- considerate judgment o; the Amer-
merce commission, aud such re • j flcient
o: the Amer-
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* to demand
Jora r. st ^ attox
We invite the sup-
Gov Flower of New York, said at < strictions and guarantees L
in the ' of the government, auch aid should port of
ilie convention that the platform control of the railroads as'will
1 citizens who approye
it pro- be extended upon a definite plan them, and desi
of --- incompetent tect the people from robbery and of continuous work, until L-
re to —
w v w them
St the • • outcome
per ma- made effective through
and brainless fools. What a com oppression.
Î 1 ment improvement is
, for the relief of the people and the ‘
pliment to our silver leaders Com-
We denaunce the _ profligate
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opposed to life tenure i
• iiig from the source it did silver t of money wrung from the people by the We
in . restoration of our country’s proa-j
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______ We favor ap- perity.
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fukb S F louk & S aw mill
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