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i tween U’Ren and Stevens of Clackamas'
(OKHETT WOT ME ATEI).
organ will YKi"th’iMu**Y+qTrT‘i e of the
in the room where the populist
silver trust, and every one who sees
From The Oregonian.
committee was holding a meeting
it will know this. It will have no in
reform measures and consider
r. H. BAHKH tRT, Editar A Prepr. fluence; it will win no votes. Globe
the question of fnaion.
for some weeks past. This adverse
A special school meeting will be held
report lias a double cause: first, in in Amity on the 28th to vote a $1200 tax
Middle of llir Hoad Kent intent.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
and grow fat. Pure food is obtainable
The populists of Jackson county are the “conservatism" of the senate— for new seats, an addition to the building
if you seek it. We have most any
not unanimous for fusion, it seems. that is, in its disposition to insist on and teachers’ salary.
thing you like, and probably some that
From the Ashland Record, a populist “regularity"—and. second, and chief The Sumpter Stage and Transports
Heading notlccsln local column» 10 cent« per
ly, in the revival of the contest on
don’t. But yon can buy what you
hue for first week »nd 5 cent« per line thereafter. paper, we gather the views of three
the money question, due to the fail tion company was incorporated this
Duplay »dvertlienienu. annual rate«, one Inch correspondents on the subject.
want and reject the rest. Now there’s
week by Dr. J. J. Fisher, I.. Potter, Geo.
per month SI; each additional inch 50 cents per
W. J. Drumhill of Phoenix, writes ure of the Wolcott commission in W. l’erkins, David Copping and Freder
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
Some Isolde woulitn t be without th. in.
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to “The combination proposed would be Europe, and to the new purpose of ick Freemen. The stockholders consist
Cod 1 Bricks.
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per a grand scheme for the democrats and the advocates of silver to contest
! of the incorporators and Jas. Fryer. Wm.
silver republicans, for they have every inch of ground against eurren- [ ' Fryer and Chas. Star. The capital stock
likes it. We keep it in bulk mid cans.
nothing to lose and all to gain as cy reform. The supporters of base | 1 of the concern is divided into 16 shares
mp A Fverv1o.lv
1,0excellent ParMgon Honey Syrup. Both tine for
tlapjacRs. whether made of Buckwheat, Corn. Flour, or by Aunt Jemima.
FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1898.
they are largely in the minority. But money have a majority in the senate,
of 1500 each, and is all subscribed and
how would it effect the populist
party? Would the “hayseeds, luna and with many of them any pretext j I paid up. The principal office of the cor
It is a fact not fully understood tics and anarchists," as they have is good enough for exclusion of a gold poration will be at Sumpter, Baker
tasted. Know u to be pure and wholesome.
that in this county the populist party called us, support their mongrel tick standard senator.
Even had the county. The objects of the company are
h OJI11 rt buys
The new mush product. Leading the van. Everybody
is in the ascendency, as between et? I think not. A large majority committee reported in favor of Mr. i to operate stage anil freight transporta-
▼ ▼ llvclllllVa
it because it sgood, it mubt be good. Competition
of the men that belong to the populist
minority parties. In 1874 the vote party joined it from principle, and Corbett, he could not have been seat
for governor stood: Pierce, populist, whenever a few corrupt leaders, who ed, after the new turn affairs have | adjacent to the town of Sumpter. This
company is composed wholly of Yamhill
950; Galloway, democrat, 763.
have no standing in the party, under taken. But the matter is of no greatI I county people, and the business they
take to form a fusion with our politi importance, since, if seated, he could
have undertaken is an old and well es
T he state tax levy has been an cal enemies in order to play into their hold only till the meeting of the leg tablished one which the company organ
hands and further their own interest,
Big Mealy Potatoes.
nounced and is only 3i mills, against I think they will be repudiated by all islature, and the time now is short. I ized for the purpose of purchasing —
Best Moca and Java Coffee on Earth. A trial convinces.
4 mills last year. This is a small true men in either party. * * Let it
This case was unlike any other
crumb of comfort that the legislative be a square populist fight for princi ever presented, and there was a fair!
holdupers are not slow in taking ple. If we win it will be a populist argument for favorable action, on
We are making a special run on our Queens-
victory, and if we should be defeated
to clear the space for the approaching holiday
it will be an honorable defeat. Let s the ground that there had been no I Whole number enrolled,44; average daily
Have you investigated the prices?
keep in the middle of the road."
session of the legislature. But this j
attendance, 43; number cases of tardi
The New York Journal lias just
Grant Rawlins of Rail Gulch, savs; could not overcome the inclination of ness, 2; names of those having been
Yours to please,
discovered what the people of the “I am a populist, not because 1 be one class of senators to put up the 1
United States discovered in 1896, lieve the populist platform is perfect, bars, and to stickle for regularity. | tardy are Edna and Etta Petter; num
viz., that “Brvan is not large enough but because it contains more of the against those whose credentials do ber cases whispering, 13; names of those
having whispered are, Bessie Unruh,
to lead.” Bryan has been losing principles that I believe in than any not come through strictly prescribed I Nellie Grimes, Irene Eisele, Margie Un-
other platform I know of; and I am
time while canvassing Mexico-
methods; and of senators of another : rub, Etta Peffer, Gladys Harris, Tillie
1st, because none of the factions of class to contend for every possible! Hoffman, Manda and I.eali Wilson, Alice
Ex-Senator Peffer is discussing either the old parties have any other advantage in ‘.heir fight against the i Mayberry, Harvey Hoffman, George
what bejcalls “The passing of the principles I wish to support; and
Nichols and Edwin Hoffman ; names of
2nd, because the principles which gold standard.
populist party.” The ex-senator was these
those having been absent are, Walter
factions advocate that are alike
As to Mr. Corbett himself, it re i j Wilson, John Stilwell, Marion Mayberry,
not in the procession when it went or similar to populist principles were
mains to be said that he has had no 1 ' Eddie Drake, Edwin Hoffman and John
by, having made one of the most advocated by the populists long be
Unless they are getting something tor nothing, «nd even rush off to
ends to serve, in the course Herren.
J. G. W right ,
fore these factions were heard of; and
marvelous escapes on record.
Klondike, with all its hardships, instead of staying nt home and using
our Plows, Paints, Bright Wall Paper, Hardware, Farm and Garden
3d, because the only logical conclu he has taken. He has simply de
Tools, whieii are sold so cheap and bring such good returns on the in
sion to be deduced from the premi sired, if possible, to be useful to the!
T he address of Hon. T. T. Geer be ses
vestment and so much happiness in their use.
Sorillif is llC3.r
is, these unionists and fusionists country.
hand. when you will need such helps.
fore the Sunnyside republican club would join the peoples party, if they
Don’t fail to visit us and be made happy.
of Portland, was excellent so good were not trying to disrupt it or were
! Those who know him well are per
that we have reproduced it in full not working for pie.
fectly aware that he has no wish to
for the benefit of our readers. This
with any of these factions the honor undertake the labors or strive for any
is the highest commendation we could able thing I can do will be to leave
of the rewards of polities. The ap
give it, but it needs none.
them and to join the party whose
platform contains the next largest pointment from the governor of Ore
ind is something
Bryan feels as if it were very near number of principles I believe in, and gon came to him without his solicita
ly an insult to ask him “to run for that is none other than the socialist tion. He had not thought of it in
Health on oue side—dis
labor party, whose principles are op advance, and accepted it only at the
ease on the other. All the
congress." He wants it understood posed to fusion in any form, and there
pure air, good food, ra
Will carry the celebrated Gotzian Boids and Shoes for
tional exercise and sound
that he is too big a duck for that pud are lots of populists who are ready request of others, who hoped that he
winter wear. Goodyear Rubbers and Booti», Mackin-
toshes and Umbrellas.
die. About one more trip to Mexico, to go with me.”
It sums up health and
S. S. Holt of the populist central try a service, in support of sound strength On the other side, are bad air,
and his friends would have to put
poor food, overwork and worry. That foots
committee, in response to an invi
hoops around his head.
up weakness and disease
When your appetite or sleep is disturbed;
tation to meet in conference and ar vice he is especially well qualified,
when the stomach and liver are not work
kinds of Watches, Clock!
T here is great disappointment in range a basis of fusion, wrote: “Per and for such service the country ing properly, or the bowels are not in regu All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH'S Al! and
Jewelry for sale at
lar condition; you are losing vitality and
this country. It is among the deni sonally, I have no hope of any good greatly needs men like him.
hard times prices.
strength figures are going down on the
wrong side of the ledger. Unless this is
ocrats over the workings of the Ding
form from any fusion or attempt at
and the other side of the account paired and made
ley bill. There is more than 8160,- fusion or union of opposing political him in no wise changes the political stopped
is built up, you'll soon be a physical
to run as good
The general bankrupt
000,000 in the gold reserve fund and parties. However, if a majority of situation in Oregon.
as new at
The most profitable account a sick man
the revenues for December exceeded our party should express a desire to
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
can open in his Ledger of Life is with Dr
Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, a
the expenditures by more than a enter into a trade or fusion with any contested on the lines between main- j wonderful
and scientific tonic which im
other party or faction, I should cer
million and a half of dollars. This tainly take no steps to defeat their tenance of the gold standard and ’ parts a direct and healthy stimulus to the
is not all. The treasury officials wishes; but will take no part in the degradation of money to silver mon-1 the digestive fluids
and the liver, and en
confidently predict that with the ex work. Therefore, I will not be pre ometalism, through free coinage. ables the blood-making organs to produce
pure, red, highly-vitalized blood
ception of this month, when excep sent at your conference on January From this issue, till it is settled,
It is not a mere temporary exhilarator.
It feeds the constitution with genuine, per
tionally heavy interest payments fall
manent power. It writes big, round sums
trol every other. They who are not for , on the health side of the account, and
due, the revenues will exceed the ex
wipes out the figures of weakness and dis
The Alaska fever has struck Al the gold standard are for a silver 1 ease
penditures for the balance of the fis
It animates the vital forces and
bany, and this week will witness the standard, and they who call for free ! builds up healthy flesh, muscular energy
departure of a number of citizens of coinage of silver are forexpulsion of | For nearly 30 years Dr. Pierce has been
chief consulting physician of the Invalids’
A t the meeting of the populist cen this city for the land of gold and icy
Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo,
tral committee, Wednesday, the sub mountains. Those who will leave on bullion value the only metallic cur N. Y His formulas are everywhere recog
most effective remedies in the
They who world. as the
ject of fusion was discussed at con the Oregon from Portland on Sunday rency of the country.
His “Pleasant Pellets” are the
siderable length, showing wide di are D. B. Monteith, C. G. Rawlings. realize what disasters would follow, ■ most perfect and scientific cure for consti
pation ever invented They are not violent
vision of sentiment. Instead of reach H. J. Sower, Wm. Pfeiffer, John set resistance to this change ahead tn
their action, but perfectly sure, and at
same time comfortable
ing a conclusion, a compromise was Rolfe. Albert. Boenick and Henry
reputation has called out a score of imi
finally adopted, referring the matter Williams. W. W. Rowell, Henry Mc uncompromising war, and trimmers tations, which druggists sometimes try
to substitute, but there is nothing “just
to the counties. County conventions Ilwain and others expect to go later and time-servers would do well to j as
Thus. F. Oakes, Henry c. Ewyue, Henry Ç
are to instruct their delegates to the on. They expect to engage in differ get out of the way, if they would not
state convention, which meets March ent kinds of business in Skagway, but
23d, as to whether fusion is desired. may get far enough toward the Yu parties that are in deadly earnest. i
This is unquestionably the right kon boom to do some mining on the The question is on rejection cf the
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE
gold standard and substitution of a
course, but it will keep the ring side, says the Herald.
Connecting at Yaquina’Bay with the San
silver standard for it—whether the
masters in the several counties hust
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Francisco and Yaquiua Bay Steam
king for a while to send up fusion
The New York Journal reaches the
delegations. They will probably ac conclusion that Senator Hanna is not now. or something worth half or less ,
complish it, though.
Sails from Yaquina every 8 days for
a calamity, but that ex Candidate than half as much. Oregon, in the .
San Francisco, Coos Bay, Port Orford,
Bryan is. The Journal wants “Sen long run—though there may be re- j
Trinidad and Humboldt Buy.
C ongressman T ongue writes that ator Hunna for an object lesson to verses—will stand by the gold stand
he hopes to get his bill to condemn democrats.” Well, they hail a pretty a rd.
Passenger Acroiuinnjailoni (Jnaiir-
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
and purchase the Oregon City locks fair lesson from Hanna in 1896. and
between the Willamette
The funeral of the late Benjamin TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
incorporated in the river and harbor he will cheerfully, no doubt, continue
Valley and Caliiornia.
bill. He says the government has to instruct them. The Journal has Butterworth, commissioner of pat
Fare from Albany and points west to
assumed such responsibility in eases already taken one less?n; that is, cuts, occurred in Washington on
where traffic was no greater than it that “Bryan is too small for I960. Wednesday.
is along the Willamette valley, and Has he been growing less since 1896,
Round »rip good for 60 days
It is reported that the big tract of
where charges and taxes upon com when the Journal sought to be his
To Coos Bay and Port Orford,
merce were not so great. The bill chief of staff?
I ST PAUL
Chadwick tract, has been sold to R
has been referred to the committee
To Humboldt Bav,
ou rivers and harbors, and Mr.
Spokane Salt Lake
A 5 ft vein lias been struck io the at from 116 to 825 pier acre. Mr. Gra
Tongue says “I conversed with Mr.
The most popular seaside resort on the
Hooker, chairman of the committee, Baby mine, owned by Messrs. Mone ham must have paid at least 8128,060
north Pacific coast. No undertow—surf
for it. The tract is the largest and
on the way down the river last sum
bathing absolutely safe.
For those aishing to combine hunting
mer. His conversation then and 880 to the ton One streak of gold finest unbroken body of coal and
am| fishing with aquatic sports, this re
since has led me to hope for his sup is reported as 14 inches and another timber land in southern Qregon. con Chicago Kansas Cit
as 16 inches wide. The on is Iteing sisting of 8000 acres.
gar, brook trout and salmon tront. can
LOWEST RATES TO ALL
hard sorted and sacked and wUJ be
be found in abundance within a few
I 1 IE LI.EX A and
| Word was received Wednesday after»
Bryan intends to have at least oue
Reduced rates from all points.
big newspaper on his side in I960
Yamhill County Reporter
Eat Good Things
Appetizing Chow Chow.
Wallace & Walker
Some People are Always unhappy
0. 0. Hodson.
J Che ¡New Shoe Store
Jemelry Store * * *
II. C. BURN
Oregon Central & Eastern
R. ft. Co.
EDWIN STONE, Manager,
His party will start it in Chicago.
In 1896 every newspaper of real abil
ity and influence in the country ex-
a-ept a few in the Rocky Mountain
•dates and one in Sun Francisco, was
agaiuat Bryan, but he intends to
rfiavebetter journalistic support two
'.yearn'beace. His Chicago venture,
bowavet, will not help him. Organs
created fur an occasion can help no
At Dawson City it is c<»nsidered
petty larceny to steal a paltry 820.
006 in gold dust, whereas the theft of
a flitch of bacon asswo the dignity
of a capital crime
The house committee
les has set next Wednesday for a
vote on statehood for Oklahoma.
body and notbing. Bryan s projected New Mexico and Arixona.
physical for.ee had been effected and Leave Portland Every 6 Days
J. C. MAYO, T. F.AP. A.
i sealed in blood by Chairman Cooper of
• • FOR • •
H.L. WALDEN, Agent, Albany.
the union party and U'Ren id tjje popu
lism. The sequel proved disappointing
Instead of a man from Yamhill having
M N. LARSEN,
licked somebody and got hie name to
the front, it turn« < m < that nothin« more steamer« monthly from Poit/ir.d to Yokoboma
Proprietor of the
and Hong Kohg. via The Northern Paca.< Steam
jmjiortant occurred than a Rst-ligjit l>e «bip t o in connection wtth O. R A N
SAN r FRANCISCO
THROUGH tickets to
NEW Y ork
BOSTON AND a LI.
POINTS EAST and SOUTH
For bill information rail on O. R a N.
Hmiurtl A HIIODE', Arent«.
RATES Bl To B2 PER OAT
The house is he* and first 61as* itage offices annua..»
H HI RI-BEBT,
and frae sample rooms in connection.
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