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“ A GOVERNMENT OE THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.”
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 26,1888.
IBID EVERY FRIDsY
democrat and a native Oregonian.
He is educated and has studied the
politics of the country. He is full
of sympathy with the democratic
policy and would secure the sup
port of the majority of the house.
This is for the voters and taxpay
ers to think about. If the object in
Bending a man to congress is to se
cure benefit to the state, it is busi
ness to send such a man as can ac
complish the work. History proveB
that Hermann cannot do the work.
We might as well not have any one
there. This state is not interested
in paying a man $5,000 a year to
parade before an M. C. A congress
man is. not a whit better than a
county commissioner, who works
for nothing and' pays his own ex
penses, in point of honor, and if
there is.nothing to do in congress
there is no use in selecting a repre
sentative. On the theory followed
by the administration we think it
best to have a democratic member
to a& with the republican senators.
bers of the senate judiciary com
mittee, to which the nomination of
There is one consideration that
Mr. Fuller for chief justice has been
should be taken into account in
referred, are charged with having
the present congressional election,
together for the purpose
namely, the composition of the dele-
a report upon the nomi-
gation. It has been the policy of
¡ANK S. HARDING.
after the presidential
the democratic party and adminis- 1
election, and should a republican
Burnett and Russell, demo
trations in national affairs to appor- Collins,
by accident be elected, to delay it
are in congress.
tion governmental work among men crats,
Jk ■uadu la .<!»»<••................ 1 00
until after his inauguration, that he
of all political ideas but particularly
In Connecticut, another manu
may nominate a republican for
•t the postoffice in Lafayette.
justice. I don’t believe this
I jecond class matter.
the republican party in the last ten French and Granger, democrats,
not that the senators named
6Up with Sage, (rep.)
years has been obliged to recognize congressmen,
to carrying out such a
the soundness of this policy and to < congressman, and Hawley and
plan were it feasible, but because
adopt it, not only in national affairs Platt, senators.
they are entirely too shrewd to at
That a party in the
In New Jersey, a democratic
".................. Thoa. F. Bayard but in local.
tempt anything which they know it
........... Chee.«. Fairchild
SSTbMior....................... W.F.Vilae administration of the government i state, the two senators are demo
is impossible to accomplish, and
. . .W b .C. Andie »• should have the control, or in other cratic
.............. W.C. Whitney
this would certainly be impossible.
............. Don M . Dlckinacu
words the majority vote, cannot be < of seven are republicans.
J^il....... ........................A. H, Go.land
If I were disposed to wager on this
Ohio, a wool growing and repub
questioned, but the minority ought
subject, I should have no hesitation
also to have a word to say. Thia is lican state, sends five democrats
U H Mitchell
whatever in laying odds that Mr,
.................................j J. N. Dolph
not denied and never hatHtecYi by < out of twenty-five representatives.
Fuller would be confirfned inside of
Minnesota, a republican state,
the democratic party as a national
three weeks, and unless something
three democrats and two re
party. In democratic states full sends
............. Sylvester Pennoyer
more serious than anything yet
Uro* W. McBride
republican delegations have been publicans to congress, beside two
.......... G. W. Webb
against him should be un
...K- b. McElroy
sent to congress, when that body republican senators.
. .. Frauk baker
earthed, his confirmation is likely
(W. W. Thayer, was republican, for the purpose of
Kentucky, a 50,000 majority
to be unanimous.
. Wm. P. Lord,
harmonizing the majority. A dem democratic state, sends up two re
(H. 8. Khali an.
^pothei; good republican office
»(FT BI CT.
ocratic representative in a vast re publican delegates.
holder has gone wrong. His ac
Tennessee, a 20,000 democratic
............................... Geo« W. Belt publican majority always was un
(From our Regular Correspondent.)
i counts are
short something like
......................... W. L. Bradshaw
able to accomplish anything of im state, has two republican congress
ashington , May 11, 1888.
| $10,000. His name is Gen. Jas.
L.Lonphary portance, but a republican member
Secretary Bayard has endeared W. Ewing, and he was appoint
................... Geo. W. Dried well
to every patriotic American , ment and disbursing clerk of the
...................... T. J. Harris
.......................... W,W. Nehon
very little trouble in getting his lican and five democratic congress citizen by his manly and courage- ,
department of justice. He was ap
............ ................. Wyatt Harris
measures through. Any one of or men.
............. D. Fenton
ous instructions to Mr. McLane, pointed as a republican some six or
5 George Dorsey
Missouri, the strongest demo our minister to France, in the cases ,
dinary intelligence ought to grasp
J. 8. Hibbs
eight years ago from West Virginia.
cratic state in the union, has two of several naturalized American
f John Thompson
It is said that the defalcations be
| TI mmmns Huston
republican representatives from citizens who have been _compelled
To show how this policy is carried
gan in 1882 and have continued
lie«« ................... J M J Kamaev
namely, to do military duty in France.
I Henry Hopkins
out we silbmit the following:
right "edong until they amount to
I Z E Perkins
City, When their release was demanded the above sum. The government
The.interstate commission is com
........................ B W Dunn
posed of three democrats and two and Wade from Springfield, where by our minister,the French minister will lose nothing as he was under
.......................... W. W. Nelsou
republicans. Anderson, . of New that fraud Fremont Bhoved Gen. replied in each case that the ques bond. Frank O. Branigan, of
1 law uf xrwararHpk
en who do nut give express no-
York, and Pattison, of Pennsyl Lyon “into the mouth of hell,” in tion of allegiance was one over Steubensville, Ohio, a good demo
nntiary are considered as winking
which the administration had no crat, was appointed in his place.
vania, democrats, and Littler, of
hflk tubucriptinnn. .
'Tiber* order the <1 iso on tin nance of
which Was created jurisdiction and must be settled by
Had this been done in the early
rah. the pnblhhera uiav continue to
a state during the war, has been the courts.
iteLfcli arrears »re paid.
days of the administration, Ewing’s
tidbers neglect to or refaee to take
It was fully set forth that under bondsmen would not have had so
kale from tl e office to vi’hich they
same M/gteffi’ is'adoptei' ni 'the ajF ' democratic since the war was put
batted. they are held responsible
down by democrats and foreigners, French principles citizenship is
pointment of the postoflice site com
much to pay.
re settled their bill anH ordered
sends Nathan Gaff, Jr., a repub conferred by parentage and not'by
missions and the tariff commissions.
The senate has passed the bill
iribers wove to other places with-
lican, to stand off three democrats. the place of birth, and that ex
<tbe publisher, and the papers are
all unearned railroad land
tamer direction, they are be d
These instances are cited, beside patriation of French citizens re grants.
len G. Thurman, of Ohio, on the
irta hav® decided that refusing to
Bab from the office or letnovmg
Geneva award commission with two many others in view, to show that quires the consent of the French
The house committee on appro
them unc&llad for is priina facie
almost every delegation in congress government. Upon these points priations has reported a bill appro
Bteniioua 1 fraud •
Itaianter who neglects to give the
All the committees
of the senate is divided so that both political fac- Mr. Bayard has instructed Minister priating $3,500,000 to meet defi
of the neglect of a person to take
ba the paper addreeeed to him, 1«
and house are constituted in the tionrf in the country is represented. McLane to inform tfite French gov ciencies in the appropriation for the,
[the publisher tor the eubecription
same way. In the senate, the ma This is a potent argument for the ernment that the government of the payment of army pensions during
jority of each comittee is republican; election of a democratic congress United States holds that the certi the remainder of the present fiscal
in the house democratic.
V man at the ensuing election. It is ficate oi naturalization granted by year.
Senator Voorhees, who was con
In Oregon 26,900 votes were cast an easy matter for the republican it to a French citizen is not open to
for Webb, democrat, for state treas senators to pass a measure in the impeachment by the French gov fined to his room for nearly a week
urer, being about 200 more than' for republican senate, but it is not so ernment, either in its executive 'ôr with a carbuncle on his leg, after
McBride, republican, for secretary easy for a republican representa its judicial branch. L^lain Eng bis recent speech, on Tuesday apol
of state, and yet the democratic tive to get measures through the lish we propbse to see that Ameri ogized to the senate for,the language
side of the state has no voice in the democratic house, especially when can citizens are allowed to travel he used in replying to Ingalls’
democratic house of representatives. the republican senators are secretly unmolested wherever they may de charges:
The river and harbor bill has
This is not good judgment in the fighting the republican representa sire to go. But to return to Mr.
people. Had there been a demo tive. Judge Strahan was elected to Bayard’s instructions. He says in been passed by the house by a more
crat in the delegation—two repub the supreme bench receiving 27,000 conclusion: “You will further say than two-thirds majority. It ap
lican senators and one democratic votes; G. W. Webb was elected that if subjection to forç^d military propriates $20,000,000.
L Burt Moore«
The caucus of the democratic
representative, the delegation would treasurer by 26,000, and this vote is service of the citizens whose cases
have been republican, but more not represented in congress one- you report is based upon an as members of the house held on Wed-
IN AND SURGEON,
potent. It' is an established fact half of the people in the state. sumption that they are not citizens 1 nesday evening did not discuss the
that Hermann wants to be made There are two republicans in the of the United States, this depart proposed amendments to the Milla
U. 8. senator, and Dolph and Mitch senate; why not have a democrat in ment asks for their immediate re tariff bill, as it was generally sup
■ C. MICHAUX,
ell, looking out for their own inter- the house, which is democrat? Her lease and for a proper compensa posed it would, but passed a resolu
’ests, are impeding him all they mann has done absolutely nothing tion for the loesses which they have tion that all amendments proposed
‘received from Buch detention. * • • to be offered by democrats should
There is a since he was first elected to con
experience of nine yearn can in his pull for it.
It cannot be admitted that Ameri be first submitted to the committee
••to the people oi Lafayette
secret antipathy on the part of the
senators as any one can see, against , is the bill creating the Harney land can citizens not charged with any on ways and means, to be con
Hermann, which would not exist , office and that was introduced by crime should be detained under ar sidered and reported upon to anoth
if a democrat ftere warming the Senator Mitchell, aided by Gov. rest for even a single day after er caucus to be held next week.
their proofs of citizenship have This resolution was unanimously
representative chair. The repub . Pennoyer, and it would have gone
been presented. In cases like this, agreed to, but Mr. Randall gave
licans in Oregon have admitted the
United States can never admit notice that he did not propose to be
expediency of dividing the political
the propriety of' submitting to the bound by any caucus action. A
influence by not only electing demo
ordinary delays of judicial action.” large number of amendments have ,
cratic supreme justices, but by put . work he should be set aside. If
That’s the kind of talk to make the already been submitted to the ways ,
I .teck of vatehoi, e’ooko,
ting a democratic minority on elec
ìleo and Mil. at onpreeedeot
United States Hag respected the and means committee.
tion boards in the ratio of two to
i world over.
“• “A Jewelry repairing a epee-
president has signed the bill creat
'—All work warranted.
Senators Edmunds and Evarts, ing The
a new land office in the Harney val
Then look at the practice of old I man who could act in harmony
i the two leading republican mem- ley country.
and well established states. In i with the majority. Mr. Gearin is a
T. C. STEPHENS.
Pennsylvania with 80,000 repub
lican majority, Randall, Snowdon,
Ermentrout, Hall, Lynch, Scott and
Buckalew, democrats and sent to
• ■’p -
taker and Jeweler,