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Keep in the Middle oi tin 1 Road. No fusion with any political part 3 on earth. VOL. 2. FRANK CHAVE'B VIEWS. Mr. Braves Ha Bee l iHton Reou- Hcan auc Is Itiorouehi Acouaintei Witti Then lactic en: Beinr a Republican, He Cap Be Quotec a Auttiont. v Tin- Bpoke*ma • 'Review sent n re porter around to get the view- of prominent r-jiokani men on th< r» cent Eastern elections. Her i ffhut Attorney Frank Graves, Baid: '•When Ceasar was in the Neither iands he fought a battl with the Germans it; which he wa rietori ous. He said . 'One more Ruch vit tory and the power of th rep ibli is broker in Germany Bi sa il to the resull c vesterct i • ele< tions. I consider it the mosl .naa trou? blow that wa eve ■ struc : this republic and to the liberties of this people :...a : • because th»- republican part stand for gold monometaliisr. ic • hig tarifi : i the taxation (• th man poor to the exemptio i th tei ■ ric . the yet furtne ' elevo ion ( iurisdh tion and ut in a ion oi powe ■ ■ th part of th< federc courts fo th< everlasnn;. fastei in upo th po< pie of rub; and tyranny of railroads trust combination an raonopoli/ ed weatti: i brii th ■ don tna ,io of the rep:, tea part mean the cantraluLQ. c a powe • th< hands of the general government, and In* that mean- putting it into the absolut* hand ( ver few people. Thi i in- roa Ita fre i ag< an nn le all condition? has traveled to it ruin." irill please cop). Anotbe! ministe ha seej tin un the wall and wishes to mak<' amends Rev. W . Gardner of SauFrancisco isabont to build in thai cit; ai Industrial Church and is entended to be open tan hours each day oi the year j both rich and poor. It will cost, a bout $160,000. Wt admire his pluck aud ambition its the kind of werfcdiwet: a,u'i Rubbers. 'lln'i Cj cloo< Till- I'WW ELLENSBURG, WASH. SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1895 MOR; L (, ' IIE'O',, Bar- Face Menu 1 Sibb Stat; Leeislatur, i Mcs Jt raeeou sctiem The tn artf Cias d ; Kentucir Mizin- v* noune a untur Lbxixoton. Ky.. Nov. 15—One of the most outrageous Bcbemee ever attempted to thwart the will of the people of this state ha- just come to light. As i> well known the Populists hold th<- balance ol power on joint ballot the republicans and demo* crats eacl having 6s members and can- have ;. majority ii the bouse and it is now proposed to use that powe to gain eontr< oi t *:• legisla- The scheme to be sprung is to conteEt enougl cc.it- in th*- house to giv< tJit'L ;i majority on joint ballot and thus elect an United state.- Senator t succed Blackburn. The pi-- 1, to b. divider as fol lows: The republican- will take the stat-- officer and the A P. A. takes the citj bakery Th Blue (rraes citizens ar< indignant at this barefaced attemp to thwart the ex pressed wish of the peopli and some interesting developments are expected. DIPHTHERIA REMEDY Prof L J Biakt o the Kansas University, has discovered a d©w remedy and preventative of diph theria if the results oi experiments already tried are t<> be relied on It is a mix to re of saltwater, about two-thirds o\ the weigh! of the mix tore being .salt, through which an elect ri< current ha been passed This produces ohiorode ol oxygen and ozone in an active state. The mixture is used as agargh The treatment has been tried in a nun-- ber 01 way an na been found to instantly and completely kill mi crobes w berever fou it ■7ANTED-"-Seven trHttworcj or la- PI die* to u;iv- in Wasnington f, c •stablisn< reliable iwu*e. Salary %80 and expense Skcady tH>»uu>'. Enclose rcferenceaod -t i addre»ed tump epenvQlop The Domiuien Compati) I'hiid Flow Omftha, pldg • Chicag , i .NktC a.W.'J llUtHl'. *. : ia.lli|>. .V' 1 bel lyolone. At Tb.e Oyolojui C. 0. P. ENuIIIJIIAuEMEir., me rr vveicom i sue tnconiK* mer In tin t sue "ire bt «n Bpttf t-r in uounrr^ An Hfrvoodj In It, a ! Uom Mi! Hue, A comparison of the vote- this Iye ' with other- will show th- rel • • tiv< strength o f the parties this j year and last. In Nev York in j Iv> ) th- republican- polled Q7o. i vote-., this yea' it polie< 572, : 52ri vote.- a falling of oi just 100, ■ vote.- j The democrat! voteii lSd 'in .' ?\cv. Yorl wa-. 317.71<j this yea;- it | was 503,590. a falling of. of 14,120. ii [owa in 1894 th- republican j vote was 229,376; this yea* - it wa -1207,869. .t falling off of 2.1.00" vote.-. The democratic voteii 1894 was . i i'.'.''B' ' thi yea . 143.200. fa] • In Pennsylvania, uh:.» and some others oi the eastern states th- As jsociated Press does nol give the ag gregate vote, a it woul< probably •show the sam< falling of: in the f vote oi the old partiei Just where Ith' 1 encouragement t th< go. p come ii is no apparent.««»/)«;7*j j New.. Spokant Populisi Field Notes. The Populisi o Bout Dakota I Josr seven counties; gained a v; and ! held their own in twelve In Lawrence eouutj wher< m-: I bondholder have thei beadquar* i Iters. ther< was speni over $2,000 lon the election—as big] :i- $1001 (was paid for vote j In Douglfl eonnr. tin republ • I cans elected their tiekc by refusing I their opponent 11 place on the of- • i cial hallo; Our people are oontinuallv fight •' jing orchard pests and yet they per sisr in buying tree* iron eastern ! nurseries thai', arc said to bo infect i |ed and diseased generally Every tree in the WhiteiSalmoi nurser is guaranteed to b< absolute) ' free : from disease am: pcs;, o. all kinds 111 you wan' to buy fruil trees and j desire to know more of this nursery call on fc 5 W. Muse;, the fruit.tree I linspeetoi of this district, and pct 1 ' Ibis opinion oi thr stool c thei Coal Hoib. 25 and 30 coin. ! 1 \ The Cyclone . Whoevei control the voiunu oi money in any country : ab solute master of industry anc commerce • — ] as .A. Garfield. atOHM-r iiuiu;atiiim: Ah bemt rroi ieiatio —' to m apr )m Hcmiroor In.: i%ne Ti Assejsr Visit to ad List to! Prtpert) Foi til- benefit of the tax-payta : this count} mci who ar< paying tax on money, w- desire to quoted litti- law. Read and ponder "Paragraph 188. 3,701)«* All stocki bonds Treasur note v and otnci' obligation of tn> Unitofcl States, shal be exempt ::ol tax.* tion by or under Stat*; or municipa'. or local authority. 1 — ['act 4: Na tional Bank Acl am Amendments Isß (six di:..-— •'ln wor 'obligation c otherm curityofth< United State? shall b heli t mea.. al bondi certificates of indebtedness, nations bank cur rencj. coupons United state - note-: Treasury notes fractions notes, certificate •oi deposit bills, cnecK. or draft- for money, drawn by ov upon authority of tbn United state.-' stamps and other representatives c value o whatevei denomination whic . have been or may f be ; issued under any nci ol Congress?. —rag*. J.. Natiomi Bank Act and Amonjv mci t: Populisi Meeting. The-.Central Committee me! &s< urn.v* at ait Wood's harness shop and did considerable; .business; among othei thing* adopted By Laws for tn< government of tin Committe< wbioii we will publis] in full in our next issue 'In- Committee organize peruu nently b}; tbx election of M i) Wood, Chairman am J A Yin con., Secretary Ainon. othe thing tin Com* mitta urgently recommended thai meetings be called a once for tin Ist Saturday ii ©cc. in every pre cinct of the count} for the purpose o organizing clubSj provision <>• ing mao- foi ia- representation o such clubs by theii officers in the county Central Committer tc tn exten o on yon The.Commit tee adopted the second SaturdaA r it each mont! a- th regula ■ tixmeji NO. 15.