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PEOPLE’S PARTY CONVENTION.
Mr. Watkins was then called. He errors were made in his rulings: one
told the story of the bashful courtship, that a majority vote was included in the
Delegates Chosen to State Conven
in which the young man proposed to his motion of McCrea, the other that nomi
tion, Portland, larch 23d.
sweetheart to tell tales. She asked that nations were in order at any time, after
What Wa« Said and Done.
Ninety delegates, either present in per he use the more elegant term of “anec he had declared them cloeed. An extra
son, or representing proxies, were pre dotes.” The young man went out to motion was required to set things right.
sent at the above convention last Satur look after his horse, and returned with Ninety votes were cast the first ballot.
day, which convened in Wright’s lodge the information that the calf had chewed Powell receiving 23, was declared elected.
hall. It was called to order by Harry off the horse’s anecdote. Watkins like Johnson, who received the next highest
The story of this woman is the every day history of
Watkins, who proceeded to adopt the wise extolled the republican party as one vote, was elected by acclamation. A
thousands who are suffering as she did; who can be
name of anarchists for his audience, and organized on the noblest creed of earth, motion prevailed that the highest two on
an anarchist by quoting Luke but it had now gone to Wall street; it has next ballot be elected. This resulted in
cured as she was ; who will thank her for showing them
11, telling of those who are truly blessed. placed the shackles on seven millions of favor of Kuykendall and Kirkwood. The
the way to good health.
H’ bad had a dream, in which he saw a slaves. It is like Judas Iscariot, with roles were suspended, and in succession
lake of fire and brimstone, and was filled the difference that it won’t go out and McCrea, Linden, Wallace and Dr. Court
bang itself. It is a ioul snake with slimy ney were chosen.
The most remarkable thing about Mrs.
days were numbered. My mother brought with republicans. He asked Satan why
A resolution was introduced by the
me Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People [ he didn’t let them out. The reply was coils, “but the common people will carry
Nellie J. Lord, of Strafford Corner, N. H.,
and the first box made me feel better. 1
favoring a union in the interest
is that she is alive to-day.
continued the treatment and to-day I am j that he was afraid to, for fear they would umbrella.”
of Bilver. Watkins wanted it to read that
No one, perhaps, is more surprised at
I start a little hell of their owu. Along
Mose Johnson was called. He said “all reform forces” unite in favor of sil
this than Mrs. Lord herself. She looks back
“When I commenced to take the pills I side the lake was what appeared to be a
weighed 120 pounds; now I weigh 146 ! drying room, where a number of bodies the two ministers who had spoken were ver and principles on which legislation
at the day when she stood on the verge of
and feel that my recovery is permanent.
both prepared to go hence if the gold is desired. J. C. Cooper, the state organ
death and shudders. She looks ahead at a
“ I owe my happiness and my health to ; were hanging up. Inquiring as to the standard should win, but he couldn’t say
izer of the “union of forces” movement,
life of happiness with her children, her hus
r. Williams' Pink Pills. My
was present as a delegate, and also served
band and her home with a joy that only a
was benefited by them. I have recom j publicans were too greeu to burn, and
a horde of useless clerks in the legisla
mended them to aeany of my friends and were banging up to dry. He then intro men can’t bury the gold standard in in a like capacity earlier in the day at ture to be paid for by taxes wrung from
mother can realize.
will be glad if any word of mine will direct
Mrs. Lord is the mother of three children,
duced bis friend, Rev. F A. Powell, as Yambill county, no two men can. He the so-called silver republican conven the hard earnings of the taxpayers, and
others to the road of good health.”
made reference to his admiration for tion. He proposed the “one platform” we declare that as the republican party
two of whom are twins; until the twins
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People his new convert. The convert took the
has repeatedly promised to reform these
came nothing marred the joy of her life.
have cured many cases of almost umlar floor, and told some stories. The first Watkins’ ability to make the snakes idea be incorporated, asserting that they abuses and as repeatedly repudiated its
Then she was attacked with heart failure
was to illustrate that be knew who had (gold standard people) crawl. “Capital should unite for principle, and not alone promises, it is the duty of the people of
The vital elements in Mrs. Lord's blood
and for a year was unable to attend to the
him a believer in populist doctrines. has been on top for more than a year,” for office. This w as the occasion for Mr. the opposition, and that when a party
were deficient. The haemoglobin was ex
said Johnson, “and it will flow into the Watkins to defend the people’s party as deliberately and repeatedly violates its
ordinary duties of the home. In describing
hausted. She was unfit for the strain she Two boys were asked who made them.
against the anarchists, and can we one of principle from the foundation up, pledges made to the people for the pur
her own experience Mrs. Lord says:
was compelled to undergo. Her nervous Johnnie, the younger, replied that God
pose of getting their votes, there is no
“I had heart failure so bad I was often
system was shattered and her vitally made him; the other boy didn’t know. make it win against them? Money will and to assure the gentleman and others adequate remedy in the hands of the
bought to be dead.
dropped below the danger point.
The older one being shamed for his have a great influence in the state of of the convention thaf it was the power people, excepting to take the power of
" With this I had neuralgia of the stom
A collapse was inevitable.
Oregon. The opposition will have a behind the throne, and not only meant government out of the hands of such de
ach so bad it was necessary to give me
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cured her by ignorance, claimed that the little fellow
linquent party ;
morphine to deaden the pain.
supplying the lacking constituents of health ought to know, because he hadn’t been great fight among themselves; if they to preserve its autonomy, but proposed to
Resolved, that the people’s interests
“Sometimes the doctors gave me tem
He are paramount to all else, and that,
by tilling the veins with blood rich in the made very long. The preacher said that don’t, I don’t know how we are going to dictate its full share of the offices.
porary relief, but in the end it seemed as if
requisite element of life. The heart re
therefore, personal interests must be sub
my suffering was multiplied.
sumed its normal action; the nervous sys hiB allegiance to other reforms had kept
will adopt our grandest principle, the authority, admonishing him to preserve servient to that end;
“Medicine did me no good and was but
tem was restored to a state of harmony, him from taking a positive stand with
Resolved,that we re-affirm the national
and the neuralgic affection disappeared.
the party previous to this time, The referendum. I will be thankful that we the party name in Oregon until 1900, and platform of the democratic party adopted
“I was so thin my nearest friends failed
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills are sold by
at Chicago in 1890.
money question had become with him
to recognize me.
druggists everywhere, who believe them
it. Some republican papers favor elect clared that if they did not agree on the
On motion of Chas. Grissen the reso
“ No one thought I would live.
to be one of the most efficacious medicines the central idea—like a question between
“ I was in despair and thought that my
the century has produced.
life or death, it must be settled first. ing senators by direct vote of the people. platform he “wouldn’t know' what party lutions were adopted in full as read.
Henry Fletcher, T. J. Rowland, L. C.
The international agreement idea of the The republicans made a hubbub of the he belonged to.” His suggestion was
Thompson, F. Wright and Paul Fund
republicans was ridiculed by comparison legislature. Claimed they wanted to re not adopted.
A committee was appointed to advance man were appointed tellers.
with the roan who was to be hanged, peal the railroad commission, but it will
The election of delegates to the state
and was given his choice between two be the same old thing if they have a ma the plan of organizing ladies’ silver clubs
trees. He chose a gooseberry bush in jority, they will maintain the same old throughout the county, which is being convention resulted as follows: H. L.
stead. They told him they couldn’t hang commission. I am not a party man ; if fostered by Mrs. McKinney of Portland, Heath, J. H. Hendershot, Dr. Mathies,
John Johnson, J. E. Todd, W. T. Ral
him on that. “That’s all right,” he said, it don’t work in the interests of the peo as chairman.
Titos. Huston, Thos. Snuffer, P.
“I’m in no hurry. I can wait till it ple, I am not with it. I will thank the
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy.
Having bought the
Fundman, H. Rummel, H. C. Burns.
grows.” Further illustration was made enemy if it adopts our principles. Our
This remedy is intended especially for
by the story of the man who was asked party is a peculiar one. It adopts the coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and
I have been afflicted with rheumatism
if he could build a bridge. He replied he
influenza. It has become famous for its for fourteen years and nothing seemed to
be could build one to the infernal regions,
Mr. Johnson’s speech cures of these diseases, over a large part give any relief. I was able to get around
if necessary. This statement rather anarchists.”
We intend to run an up- to-date drugstore.
be regarded as a of the civilized world. The most flatter all the time, but constantly suffering. I
shocked an old deacon on the bridge
WE CAN COMPOUND YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AS ACCURATELY AND AS
was called. ing testimonials have been received, giv bad tried everything I could hear of and
building committee, but a friend apolo.
SKILLFULLY AS ANYONE.
a dele ing accounts of its good works; of the ag at last was told to try Chamberlain’s
gized for the builder’s bluntness, and
Our stock of CHRISTMAS PERFUMES is filll and of the best.
gravating and persistent coughs it has Pain Balm, which I did, and was im
testified to his ability, but expressed
Our line of COMBS, BRUSHES and other toilet articles is complete.
cured; of severe colds that have yielded mediately relieved and in a short time
doubt as to the strength of the abutment
We carry the leading brands of cough syrups and Patent medicine and ask for
be willing to put in a night or two at promptly to its soothing effects, and of cured. I am happy to say that it has
a share of your patronage.
at the other end.
of the school houses, if they are the dangerous attacks of croup it has not since returned.—J osh . E doar , Ger
These proceedings occupied the fore-
cured, often saving the life of the child.
noon session. The afternoon session not occupied more than six nights in a The extensive use of it for whooping mantown, Cal. For sale by 8. Howorth
was called to order by W. R. Kirkwood,
Milton Chapin was called. He de cough has shown that it robs that disease
chairman of populist committee. T. L.
The Annual School .Heeling.
of all dangerous consequences. Sold by
VanOrsdal, the secretary,read the call for clined because he couldn’t add anything S. Howorth & Co.
Quite a number of patrons of the pub
the convention. Watkins spoke for the to the many good things said. He
lic schools attended the annual meeting
election of these two officers for the con couldn’t talk very well unless he had
on Monday. The report of W. J. Lough-
vention, and nominated them. They some one to quarrel with.
arv as clerk was read and approved.
The democrats met in convention at
John Gill was called. He didn’t come
were chosen without dissent. L. L.
Chairman Hunsaker asked the privi
Wouldn’t undertake to the court house on Saturday, and were lege of talking a few minutes, which was
Save Doctor’s Bills.
Hewitt moved that a committee of three to speak.
Promote Happiness and Comfort.
be appointed by chair on credentials and instruct. But he wanted to raise one
cheerfully granted. He said he proposed
order of business. Chair appointed B. question before the audience. The party H. C. Burns. On motion Mr. Burns to retire as director, and urged that a
B. Branson, L. L. Hewitt and I. E. Holt. had fallen into the hands of politicians.
successor be elected who would be inter
While this committee prepared its report, “We must take the primaries to the peo Mr. Gist of North Yamhill was chosen ested in school matters, and who would
Dr. Courtney took occasion to make a ple, if they will not go to the primaries.
rise above his own interests in the work
statement. He said that two years ago We should have one in every school dis sistant secretary. Committee on cre of the public schools, be above cliques
he bad moved from Lafayette to East trict. I would furnish every district with
and perform bis work independent of all
Dayton precinct to sow populist seed, a platform, and explanations why each Tom Huston, J. D. Baker, Wm. Raleigh outside influences. He would do some
having heard that there was but one plank should be adopted. We want the
thing he had never done before—nomi
populist living there. He had been un people to control and take all the power pointed committee on resolutions con nate his successor in office. He nomi
sisting of : Chas. Grissen, H. L. Heath,
able to find him, and on primary day out of the hands of the politicians.”
nated John Evenden, and the clerk cast
The report of committee on credentials W. W. Walker, I. M. Hembree and E. the ballot, there being no other candi
was compelled to retire to his office in
sorrow. It was immediately moved that was read and adopted on motion of Lin B. Collard. On committee on perma date. He was declared elected for three
Courtney be made a delegate from den. Linden moved the appointment of nent organization and order of business years.
Cotor»d TPiaias o7 64 77/edicinai
that precinct with authority to cast four a nominating committee of three to pre the chairman appointed : B. F. Sparks,
Mr. Kegg nominated W. L. Hembree
W. H. Fletcher, L. Kuykendall.
votes, probably based on apportionment sent names of 12 or 16 parties available
clerk, and Mrs. Snelling named Mr.
Convention reassembled at 1:30 p. m.
as delegates to the state convention.
the party wishes it had, and has not.
The latter gentleman de
SKELETON, MAD DOG,
Mr. Watkins again introduced his new Motion lost. Gill moved to elect by ris
clined with thanks, and Mr. Hembree
convert. The preacher said he was prob ing vote. VanOrsdal suggested that one mittee on resolutions presented the fol went in under suspension of the rules.
The annual report of clerk showed the»
PHRENOLOGICAL CHART ably asked to speak for the same reason person couldn’t rise for three or four
Whereas, the democratic party stands
he had often been asked to impersonate proxies. Long favored the ballot. Dick pledged to do all in its power to restore following interesting figures:
Santa Claus—the people thought acting ens wanted to elect by districts. Branson the policy of the free and unlimited coin Balance on hand teachers’ fund
of gold and silver at the existing
last report............................. 1 342 52
Lithograph Manikins of the Body and of the Head, in layers the fool came natural to him. He com wanted a quick vote because the gold age
ratio, which was substantially the policy Receipts from various places.
to dissect showing all organs in their
of the government from the administra
—“some of it very raw.” A good many Minnville that they couldn’t afford to tion of Washington to that of Grant, and Warrants drawn during year . 3675 00
proper positions and colors.
of them, he thought, were like the fellow stay long. A motion to proceed to ballot which was advocated by statesmen of all Balance on hand...................... 1095 76
Size 6 1-4 x 91-4 inches.
who had hold of the cow’s tail. The cow carried. The chair appointed J. T. Pat parties for more than 80 years of our na Balance on hand incidental fund
last report .............................. 316 59
was about to turn a corner, and the mau’s terson, S. Howorth and Wm. Gunning tional existence ; and
Weight, 51-4 lbs.
Thickness 33-4 inches.
Whereas, the republican party has now
as tellers, and I. E. Holt as assistant thrown
from various sources.. 2304 78
Nineteen pages of Alphabetical Index. An Index of Symptoms, so yon can tell
.......................... 2483 17
what ails you. Complete list of Medicines, telling what each is good for,
Everyone seemed further demonetization of silver and re- Balance on hand........................ «38 20
and how much of each to take for a <lose. The Prescriptions are
all I can do to hold on.” The preacher the nominations.
all written in Plain English, so you can copv them and
declared “The people are the saving either to want to be a delegate or to have tirement of greenbacks; and
Whereas, the aforesaid policy of the Estimated value of all property 27200 00
get them filled without going to a doctor. It
a certain person go. When order was republican
party is destructive to the in- Total insurance on all property. 19250 00
eaves its cost in one case of La Grippe.
tion was intended.) But under the gold established, by the chair checking the terests of all the people but the moneyed
Number of legal voters, 399; number
standard, they are downtrodden and dis onslaught with the assertion that “gen interests ; and
of children of school age, males 296, fe-
Whereas, the people’s party and the males 317 ; total 613.
jg 77/, 77/. 7).
tressed. This seemed a little paradoxical tlemen, you must go slow, as our secre
party agree substanti
Prof, of Physiology and Nervous Diseases in Rush Medical College, Chicago. from a man dressed in high-grade broad taries are not shorthand writers, for if ally with the democratic party on the fi
cloth and a brilliant shirt-setting, but it they were they would be goldbugs,” the nancial question, and as to the necessity
Calumbua School Natea.
Jg. W?, 77/. 7).
was taken tor gospel. He was thankful following persons were found listed: F. of reform in state and county govern Lucy Patty and Lillian Baxter returned
Surgeon in Chief, Emergency and German Hospitals, Chicago.
therefore, be it
that he could take bis new stand for A. Powell, John Gill, C. C. Linden, W. ments;
Resolved, that the democracy of Yam to school this week.
liberty with “no mortgage or patent on L. Kirkwood, M. E. Johnson, Wm. hill county is in favor of union with the There is some talk of a game of basket
C? S&ttfatd, jg. 77/., 77/. 7).
Secretary Chicago Polyclinic and Surgeon Proctor Memorial Free Hospital, his mouth.” Republicans were likened Black. C. V. Kuykendall, A. A. Walker, people’s party and the silver-republican ball between the college and high school
to hogs, befouling the political springs. E. P. Wallace, H. Watkins, 8. Richard party in the approaching election, and girls.
He respected the republican party for son, J. C. McCrea, E. J. Wood, J. C. that the delegates elected by this conven
Miss Ora Collins of Dallas visited
Ji. 77/., 77/. 7).
tion to the state convention are hereby
it bad done years ago in obliterat Cooper, F. A. Dickens, T. L. VanOrsdal, instructed to use all reasonable efforts to school on Tuesday.
. Specialist in Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children, London, Eng-
ing slavery, but like a picture showing L. L. Hewitt, Wm. Gilson, M. Chapin, effect such a union of silver forces ;
Final examination in physical geogra
The book contains about 200 pages on Diseases of Women and Children.
Resolved, that we favor the adoption phy was taken by the tenth grade on
the place where the children of Israel Dr. Courtney and G. W. Olds. Of these
This department is illustrated in a «uppplemental pamphlet of 32 pages, placed in passed over the Red sea, the children Watkins, Wood, Cooper and Hewitt de of the initiative and referendum ;
Resolved, that we favor substantial re Monday, and algebra will be taken next
a pocket made inside the cover of the book.
were not visible because they had passed clined. Much doubt prevailed as to how trenchment in the expenses of running week.
over; the Egyptians were not there be to vote. McCrea had made a motion to our state and county governments and in
Quite a number of the students seem
Silk Cloth, Gold and Plain Stamping, Marbled Edges......................................... 14-75 cause they had passed under. So it elect one delegate at a time, and it pre the expense of running our state legisla to have the spring fever.
would be with the populists; they wonld vailed. The doubt and disorder was
for its repudiation of pledges most sol
The Reporter one year and a copy of this magnificent pass over, Ux republicans would pas* due to the inexperience and ineffi ty
emnly made to do away with the need J. L. Hoskins of Newberg was in the
ciency of the presiding officer. Two grave less expense and for the employment of city Wednesday.
work for S3.15.
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