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About The Lebanon express. (Lebanon, Linn County, Or.) 1887-1898 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1896)
H. Y. KIRKPATRICK,
Editor - and - Proprietor
MANN J IN EVIDENCE-
The republican politicians seem
to be Bingularly blind to the, effect
upon their canvass of Mark Han
na's prominence and the affiliations
which ; he - naturally seekB here
in New York. This mushroom
millionaire boss is organizing the
McKinley campaign as he would
organize an iron trust. He goes to
Pierpont Morgan for aid and ad'
vice as to checking the silver move
ment -which that eminent financier
did more than any other man to
create. He has installed Matt Quay
and Powell Clayton as lieutenants
and appointed an executive com
mittee of rich and experienced fat
friers. All this renders unneces
sarily absure the claim lhat the re
publican party represents in this
election all the honesty, patriotism
and moral sentiment of the coun-try-
' '.V ' :
Have the republican leaders for
gotten the millionaire banquet
the "Belshazzar feast" that de
feated Blain in 1884 at the last
moment. They retired Payne from
their executive committee this
year because he was obnoxious to
the labor unions. Do they lack
the discretion or the power to keep
JIunna, with his money bags, his
fat-friers and his professional cor
ruptionists, out of sight as an of
fense to the moral sentiment and
the political sense of the com
munity. The combination that is direct
ing the McKinley campaign is
really working effectively forBryan.
Republicans who 'know what iB
operating on the minds of the peo
ple must be conscious of this fact.
N. Y. World.
The dispatches never tell where
Hanna, McKinley's manager, has
a kind word for the farmer. He
never has any. . He consorts with
millionaire politicians and frequents
the dens of Wall street. Never
before in the history of American
policies, have the lines been so
plainly drawn between the rich
man and his poor neighbor., Mc
Kinley, notwithstanding his great
personal worth, is forced to become
the candidate of the moneyed aris
tocracy, while Bryan is the popular
and eloquent defender of the
masses. Countless thousands of
gold, hundreds of banks, hoards of
unscrupulous political managers,
with all their combined influences,
are seeking to defeat the champion
of the American workmen. This
is a deeperat struggle. The enemies
of the people are no longer trying
to hide their work, but are openly
making a bold and desperate at
tempt to trample upot the dearest
interest of the masses. This is not
a plit'ical fight, but a fight of the
.combination of wealth against the
people.' Let the farmer, the
mechanic and laborer vote for his
home, his family, his country.
Let Hanna and bis republican
democratic boodlers be forever
beaten. Let the people, who made
this country by their industry,
keep it by their votes.
Outt republican friends seem
much horrified at the undignified
canvass that Bryan is making, and
proclaim that-McKinley will make
no speeches, but will be in all
things dignified, whatever that
may mean. A few brief speeehes
to enthusiastic gatherings along
the route are enough to out-'
rage republican ideas of pro
priety, but the wholesale con
tribution of thousands of dol
lars from Wall street to help
Hunna buy the presidency for Mc
Kinley, does not offend their ideas
of decency. There is nothing
' improper in Bryan speaking to peo
ple if they want to hear him, but
' there is something criminal as well
as improper in Hanna's scheme to
raise two or three million dollars ,
to "educate" the masses. McKinley,
who is an honorable man, must i
often blush at the words of bis i
Simp Hanoi. I
Inasmuch m both of the opposing
parties in Alabama are equally in
favor of the free coinage of silver, it
might be possible for either Bide to
win a viotory at the polls without
the result having any significance.
But if the democratic ticket has
gained an increased -honest vote,
which seems to be the case, the re
sult is highly signicant. The fus
ion between republicnnB and popu
lists is firmer and Btronger in Ala
bama than in any other Southern
state, 'and the hostility between
populists and democrats is (is bitter
as it is in Texas. If in spite of
these adverse influences, the elec
tion shows that the" democratic
ticket haB won back any number
of populist voters, then it is only
reasonable to infer that the bii
result may be expected in other
Southern states. From this point
of view the Alabama election would
indicate a solid South for Bryan,
with the possible exception of some
of the border atates where the race
question is not a factor. N. Y.
"Three state conventions, the
democratic, populist and free-silver
republicans, meeting in state con
vention in ISIlensburg, send con
gratulations, and promise you the
electoral vote of the state."
This is the telegram received by
Bryan from Washington. The peo
ple are falling in line for the peo
ples candidate. They have had
their eyes open to the plans of
Hanna and his helpers, the Wall
street millionairs. McKinley is a
very good man, but he is in awfully
bad company. He would naturally
make a good run, but the people
have no confidence in his backers
the trusts, combines and monop
olies. Many people would not
mind having McKinley for presi
dent, but they do not want Hanna.
The contest for Tongue's seat hog
been formally begun. A hard fight
will be made. The result will de
pend largely upon the political
complexion of the house of rep
resentatives. The Albany 'Herald
IB 'shocked at the outrageous
charges made against Tongue's
partisans. Doubtless many of these
charges are grouudless, but due
allowance must be made for the
man who believes he has been
counted out by the wholesale cor
ruption of Siwaah votes.
Bkyan's New Yortc address was
a masterly effort. It was good to
read as well as good to listen to.
He shows himself to be a true
patriot with the real interests of
the people at heart. He would
protect the poor as well as the rich
and injure to every man peaceable j
enjoyment of the fruit of his labor.
What is more-he would gite the
poor man a chance to lay up some-
thing for himself, to educate his
children and be happy. He has no
special liking for greedy and Soul
The republicans, amazed at the
successful fusion of the free silver
elements in all parties, are trying
their best to bring discord among
the Bryan supporters. They court
fusion with Southern populists to
beat the democrats, but denounce
fusion between democrats and
western populists. The republi
cans were never consistent in but
one thing, to thwart the people's
will. Sensible populists will not
let the republican scheme turn
them from the path of duty.
No argument is too low for
Hanna and bis subsidized press to
wage. He is trying to make the
soldier vote solid for McKinley. In
doing so, he does not attempt to
prove that free silver will be bad
for the country at large, but that
it will be bad for the pensioner in
particular, by decreasing the value
of his pension. Hanna is making
a fearful mixture of love of country
and love of self.
Cleveland used to be the repre-
sentktive of all the republicans
despised, that was when he was on
the side of the people. Now
he is a great statesman. . He has
recently beonme 1 the -friend of
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Or.,1
August 4. 1SU6. (
Notice is hereby given that the following-
naroed settler bos Hied notice of his Inten
tion to malte final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before the county clerk of Linn county, Ore
gon, at Albany, Oregon, on Oct. 13, 1886,
John K. Carlton, H. . No. 10741, tor
the W, H S. E. X, . W. , N. E t A 8 E y,
N. W. K of Bee. 21, Tp. 10, 8. R. 8 E. He
names the following witnesses to prove
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C. Kriesel, Thomas Kiley, Simpson Pear-
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Kand Office st Oregon City, Or.,1
Aug. 4, 188fj. )
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has Bled notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support oi his
claim, and that said proof will be made
before the county Clerk oi Linncounty .Ore
gon, at Albony, Oregon, on Oct. 12, 1890.
viz: Thomas Kiley, H. E. No. 10740, for the
W. M 8. W. yt, See. 23 and W. $,N W8ec.
26, Tp. 10. 8. It. 8 E W. M. He names the
following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation of, said
land, viz: J E Carlton, It 0 Kriesel, Wro
Kriesel, 8I'earson,allof Detroit, Marion Co..
Oregon. ltonmrr A. Muxu,
Notice of Appointment of Administrator
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed admini.
trator of the estate of J. T. McCalliste?
deceased, late of Linn county, Oregon. Al
persons having claims against the sail
estate are hereby notified to present thani
with the proper vouchers, within six month;
from the dale of this notice, to the under
signed, at Albany, Oregon.
Dated, this-lstday of August, 1898.
B. M. Paynb,
Eucins 'i Cannon, Administrator.
Attys. for Admr.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed administrator of the estate of A. V.
Garoutte, deceased. haB tiled with the clert
of Linn county, Oregon, his final account it
the above named estate,and that the count)
court of said county has fixed the lltli da
of September. 1898, at the honr of i o'clocl
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said accaunt and for the settlsmsnt of sah'
estate. All persons haying any objection
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Land Office at Oregon City, Or.,1
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Notice is hereby given that the following-
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tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and that said proof will be made
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