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“A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE."
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prompt confirmation as associate
justice when his nomination Aall
W ashington , Dec. 10, 1887.
have been reported back from the
The general drift of democratic judiciary committee. Many sub
comment on the president’s brief ordinates in* the interior and poet-
and practical message to congress, offioe department are now some
bestows the highest praise 6n that what concerned about their uncer
document. Indeed, Mr. Cleveland’s, tain tenure of place, as it is known
wannest admirers in congress ex- there will be a ntimber of changes
ultingly declare that it is the most in ths force.
pithy and courageous state paper
The supreme court, in sustaining
issued since tho days of Jackson. the position of Virginia in the
There is naturally a chorus of dis coupon bond cases, and of Kansas
cordent notes uttered in. an under in the prohibition^cases, has at once
tone, but that tho president’s views settled two important constitutional
are those of the democratic masses, questions, and asserted the reserved
there is little reason., to sepously rights of the states in a-manner that
doubt. With .the president and doubtless delights the shade of the
speaker of the house cordially con great Calhoun. The decision in the-
curring upon the absolute necessity' latter cases will have an important
of tariff reform, that question dwarfs bearing politically, adverse to the
all others and .becomes the chief po republicans, as it gives the prohibi
litical issue of the times. Demo tion party a constitutional existence.
crats differ as to the particular
Washington là1 now crowded with
methods of reaching the desired fe» visitors *— churchmen, politicians,
Bult of reducing internal taxation, and statesmen, attracted by the
but all agree that a reduction is the meeting of the American Evangel
country’s only chance of financial ical alliance, the presence of con
h ’ gress, and the session of the Nation
And here in Washington, it is the al republican executive committee.
universal opinion of all the politicians
that the tariff question will be the
The San Francisco Examiner’s
chief factor in the presidential con
latest improvement is working-to
test of 1SS8.
perfection. Arrangements were com
The organization of the fiftieth
pleted recently for connecting itg of
congress was effected in a decorous
fice with the rest of the world by
manner, despite the anticipation of
special telegraphic wires. The Ex
a deadlock in the senate, which
aminer now has its own instru
failed to materalize, although the
public thronged the corridors of the ments and its own operators on its
own premises. It no longer bas tò
capital in the hope of witnessing
take the chances of important news
The centennial congress will cer being delayed at the,telegraphic of
fice through a press of other matter; -
tainly be memorable for the sweep
or of its special dispatches being in
ing changes in the personnel of the
advertently carried to rivals. What
house. Not since 1874, when the
ever of moment occurs in any part
tidal wavo of democracy over
87 Washington St.
whelmed republicanism, has there of the world up to the instant of
going to press is now telegraphed
been such a revolution in the mem
directly to the Examiner office. It
bership of that body, for of the 825
can speak directly to Los Angeles,
who were in the last congress, 130
Chicago or New York, and other
failed to- return. Among those re
dispatches may swamp the central
tired are many prominent men, as
office without interfering with its
fully twbthirdB of the chairmen of
committees were numbered with the
It is needless to say that no other
defeated. Of the familiar faces
missing from the senate are Cam San Francisco journal has this im
1888—EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT—1888
provement. It has been the part of
den, Jones, of Florida, Mahone, Har
the Examiner to introduce every im-
rison and Whitthorne, and from the
house, Morrison, Bragg, Barksdale, provement of importance into San
Warner, Brady, and O’Hara and Francisco journalism.
Smalls,—the two latter being colored
The superintendent of dead letter
and hailing from North and'South bureau, with the approval • of the
Carolina. Thia leaves “our brothers postmaster general, has prepared a
Sketches of Noted Pieces and People, Splendldl£lllustrated Articles,
in black’’ without a race representa circular letter, which will be sent
Tales and Novelets by Famous Authors,
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tive in the present congress.
shortly to all postmasters, directing
Speiker Carlisle enters upon his enforcement qf_ section 590 of the
third term as presiding officer of the postal laws and regulations. This
house—a distinction only conferred1 section makes it imperative upon
upon five of his predecessors—the the postmaster to advertise, in a
last of these being Mr. Blaine. newspaper or post manuscript, a
There is much doubt as to whether list of non-delivered letters. It also
or not Mr. Carlisle will be able to requires the “charge and collection’
appoint his committees before the of one cent in all cases where a let
holiday adjournment, as, in addition ter has been advertised in a news
to the” usual pressure for desirable paper, either gratuitiously or at one
places, the speaker has much new cent for each letter, or less sum, or
material with which to deal. Capi whether publication was merely by
tal gossip has assigned the following' written list posted in some public
members to chairmanships: Mills, place.”
ways and means; Randall appropri-
I am pretty well posted on these
• ations; Turner, elections; Culbert
matters having read every docu
son, judiciary; Bland, coinage,
ment of such a nature from the
weights and measures; Blanchard,
Fong Wong & Sing Gee Props.
time of • Henry Clay down to the
rivers and harbors; and Herbert,
Washing and Ironing dona in a Firat Claaa
present, and I can safely say that
manner. Price« cheaper than any laundry in
naval affairs. Rumor, apparently
this, last message is the best.—
Yamhill county. «-Give tie a call.-** 13 ly
well founded, has it that these chair
Thos. L. James, Garfield’s post
manships are as good as settled.
For once at least, the political
Gov. Bodwell, of Maine, died De
f prophets were correct in forecasting
the late cabinet changes- There is cember 15th, of congestion of tho
not the least doubt of Mr, Lamar’s lungs.
(From oir regular correapondent.)
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