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The expressions of the promi nent and conservative democrats ot the nation regarding the Chicago platform and the nomination of Bryan for the presidency is extreme ly interesting and amusing. Fol lowing are a few of the expressions made : William C. Whitney said: "We «ball know in thirty days just what the people want u« to do, and we shall do it." Col. Fellows, In »peaking of the Chicago platform says: •■There is not one lota of democracy io such a platform." ft Isa tissue of populistic and anarchistic notions com piled by men who have no claim to recognition as statesmen or even poll ticians, but who are frenzied fanatics. I cannot see how t can support such n platform or any person placed upon it." General Bragg expressed himself as follows regarding the action of the t 'hicago Convention: "Bryan and silver will tie buried under an advene majority «if 100,000 In the State ot Wisoonain. (shall not support the ticket. Bryan is a popu list not a democrat, and rather than support such si ticket I'll vote and work for McKinley. Yes, sir, I'll vote for Major McKinley and we'll elect him!" Senator Itubois, ou Julv 2nd, ex pressed himself ns follows in the col umns of the New York Herald: I wish to emphasize the tact that a silver Oemoorat could not carry the states ot Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Nevada and Utah. Teller could. These states must lie carried or the Democratic ticket will be beaten. Therefore, I claim. Henator Teller is the logical candidate, and the man lor the occasion." Ex-Governor Flower, of New York, «ays of the convention: "I believe the platform violated the established principles of the democracy in many more places than the mere adoption of a platform. I do not tie* lieve it Is policy to at present so act as to give it an indorsement. 1 believe it Is a crazy quilt of anarchy and the outcome of ol incompetent and hraln l«>ss fools—mischief breeders and schem ers to ruin the democracy. I will nev er cast my vote for such a ticket or Its representatives. 1 am a democrat and this platform is not democratic." The following extracts irom the speech of Senator Vilas, of Wiscon sin, before the Chicago convention, will offer but little consolation to the old time democracy which be represents: "Anger will redress no wrongs; fury will rage vainly against prin ciples of finance." "Purge the platform iront the imputation of a purpose to plun der." ' Why did robbery by law conte to be a democratic doctrine.'' "Somewhere in this country, may be 9ome Marat, some Dalton, some Robespierre , but you have not a president who will follow him." Hx-Goveruor Russel, of Massa chusetts, in bis speech before the recent demo-populist convention at Chicago, used the following lan guage: ' I have but one word to say, the time for debate is passed. I am conscious, painfully conscious, that the mind of this convention is not, and has not been, open for ar gument. I know why this great majority, which has seen fit to override precedents and attack the sovereignty of states, is to t igidly enforce its view.. I know full well that appeal also will fall on deaf ears. There is but one thing left— to enter my protest. I do so, not in anger or in bitterness, hut with a feeling of infinite sorrow. Our country, if not this convention, will listen to onr protests." Senator Hill,- of New York, made 1" part the follow ing remarks before leaving the Chicago Convention: "I would aaÿ at the outset, 1 am a democrat, but I am not » revolution l(,r I will aay foi iher that in* matter what the provocation, you cannot drive me out of the democratic party." "Tin qilMkm which this ennyon tion is I« decide is what is the liest ("•sinon to take at this time upon the tluanciai question. In a word, the qneatlm presented is between Inter u allouai bimetallism and local himet tallism." "Those »ho 1 represent and for a bom I apeak, the 1« members of the minority committee, insist that we •bould not attempt to experiment on wee and unlimited coinage of silver Without the co-operation of other great nations." "The majority platform speaks of the subject as though it was a simple que». Don «*s to whether we were brave |ie«i pie enough to enter upon this experi ment. It is a question of business, of tinance. It is a question of economics.'' "Mr. President, I think that the ; safest, the best course for this eonven : tion to have pursued was to take the first step forward in the great cause of ) • monetniy reform by declaring i ■ favor i ' of international bimetallism." ' "Your proposed platform says that I the policy ot gold ii.onoiuet'ailists is a J : British policy. " "Mr. President, they forgot to tell ' the people of this country that it Isa French policy also; they forget to tell the people of this country that it is a German policy; they fail to remind you that it is a Spanish pidicy also; > '-hey fail to tell you that it is the policy j of the whole number of governments j represented in what was called the ! Latin union. Therefore, I think, it dooks a tittle, just a trifle, like dema goguery, to suggest that this is t lie • policy of a single nation alone.' "If bravery, if murage could produce these results, then you could make any metal, no matter what it might be, a money metal." "Tne burdens you have imposed upon us in he eastern states in the support of this platform on Its ques tion relating to silver is all that can tie reasonably done. But in addition to that you have put upon us the pre servation of the public credit, the question of issuing paper money, tin question of life tenure of public ofllee. And this platform Is full of incongru ous and absurd provisions ighich are proposed to tie made the test of true democracy.'' •ryaa Rallflcatwa Mtcflag— Free Collage ol Silver, lé to I. A mass meeting of a II who favor the Free t'oiuage ol Silver in harmony with the declaration ot principles adopted by the Chicago convention, and who favor the election of William J. Br.van to the presidency, will lie held at the Court House in Lewiston, on Sntuiday evening, July 1«, isim, at 8 o'clock. The mecAiig will Is- addressed by Messrs .hi mes W. Poe, John Green,. I. A. Guyer and Jus W. Reid. All who favor the inauguration of a truly American financial policy lor tills country, and The Free Coinage of Silver at a ratio ol in to 1 hiv cordially iuvlted to is* present. Scats reserved for the ladies. A torchlight proce».»ioii, headed by The First Regimental Ruud, will foriii at 8 o'clisîk sharp, at t he City Council nsnn, and prigs««! down Main street to the t 'oiirt house. S. O. I.VNN AHI I.I., Chairman Co. Deni. Cen. Committee. THK Califuria Brewery, Chris Weisgerber, Prop'r. Beer bv the Wholesale slid Retail. L. !.. STRONG, UNDERTAKER, And Embalmer. Notice. Persons desiring the services of a professional nurse can obtain the «unie by calling upon or addressing Mrs. S. J. Pope. Resilience on The Hill at Edgar (Smith's borne. Mortgage SamoMas. t«\ the District Court of the Second Judicial District ot the State of Idaho. Net Perce County. C. F. McDonald Mercluntile Co., Limited, (a cor E »ration) Plaintiff, vs G. L. De Ha urn and May De aum, his wife, and Arthur O' Donnell. Defendants. To G. L. De Baun and May De Baum, his wife, an J Arthur O'Donnell. Defendants. In the name of the people of the State of Idaho You are hereby required to appear in an action brought against you bv the above named plaintiff, in the District Court, of the second judicial district, of the State of Idaho, in and for the County of Nea Perce, and to answer the complaint tiled therein within ten days (exclusive ot the day of service) after the servie? on you of this summons, it in this county ; or, if served out ot this county, but in this district, within twenty days, or judgment by Jefault will be taken against you. accotding to the prayer of said complaint. 'This action is brought to obtain a decree of this Court, for the foreclosure ot a certain mortgage Je scribed in said complaint, and executed bv George H. Wyman and Lucinda Wyman to Sarah Cawley, (and heretofore assigned to plaintiff) on the llth day of November. A. D.. 1892. to secure the payment of three certain joint and several notes executed by i jeorge H. Wyman and Lucinda Wyman unto Sarah Cawley. : all dated November 1st, 1892, as follows: One note | tor two hundred dollars, due November 1st. 1894. with ; interest at ten per cent per annum; one note for Wft). . due Nov. 1st. 1894, with interest at ten per cent per j annum; one note fur f J0U due Nov. 1st. 189*. with interest at ten percent per annum; that the premise-, conveyed by said mortgage may be sold and the pro ceeds applied to the payment of said amount tounJ Jue and unpaid on said mortgage, $40 attorney's tees and costs of suit, and for such other and further re lief as the Court deems just and equitable, and in case I such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then an execution against said ( ' tor the balance due. and that also that the said defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under them may be barred and foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien of equity of redemption and interest in and to said mortgaged premises, and for other and further relief. And that you are hereby notified that it you fail to appear and answer said complaint, as above require«!, the said plaintiff will apply to the Coun for té»« relief demanded in the said complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of the District Coun of the Second Judical District, ot the State of (Seal] Idaho, in and for the county of \er Perce, this 9th day of May. A. D , 1896. S. O. T ANN AHIl! . < Jerk By George E. Erb, Deputy. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original summons, issued in the above entitled action, ki witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Notarial Seal this. 1 st day of July A. D. X H.R.SmIîh. .Nuur> Public ) i J J. A. Terteling, Contractor and Builder. Keeps a full stock of (.'oiuinoti Pressed Brick, Lim«, and Hair. and Would he pleased to figure ou all kind« of hrick and carpenter work. l.cwiston, I dale W. S. JENNINGS, ARCHITECT. Lewiston, Idaho. Kirepo«if building», artistic dwellings of every description known to the trade, and work superintended. In ventors drawings and specifications prepared for the patent office, and uav eats secured direct through the com missioner of patents. Agent for the Hand Manufacturing Co., embossed Dress casing mouldings, corner blocks. ! j j *i«nV* i! E. McNeill, Receiver. TO THE EAST Qiveajthe choice of Two Transcontinental R0ÜTE8 Great Untvti North'n Ry Pacific Ry. VIA VIA SPOKANE DENVER MINNEAPOLIS OMAHA AND AND ST. PA U L KAN S AS CI T Y Low 'Rates to all Eastern Cities Ocean St<*uiuers leave Portland every Five Days for SAN FRANCIS O. For full details call on F. W. Ketten bach, agent, at the office of the Lewis ton National Rank or aihlress W. H. HURLBURT, Ass't Oen'l Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon ........... " Secret Societies ....... ........ ........................Meets Lewiston Lodge N S, Lewiston, Idaho, Regular meeting every Tuedu.v even iug. Members of otiier lodges invite to attentl. W. W. Wright, N. G. Kay !.. Thompson, Recording Sec'v Clearwater Enc'mt No 7, Lewiston, Idalir., Meets the first and third Saturday of euch monthat Odd Fellows Hall. Wm. Kruger, Chief Patriarch; Kay L. Thompson, Scribe. Canton Lewiston, No 2, Lewiston, Idaho, Regular meeting tiie first Monday evening of each month. Sojourning Chi valid h always welcome. S. G. Larson, Capt.; E. A. Rowley, Clerk. Alpha Rebekah Lodge No / Lewiston, Idaho, Meets every Thurs-day evening ut| Odd Fellows hall. Vtaiting membersl made welcome. Marie Benson. N. G.; Mary A. Kroli, Secretary. E.vcelsior Lodge No. 2, Lewiston, Idaho, Meets every Wednesday, at Odd Fel ows Hail, at 8 p. m. Sojourning mem bers invited to attend. Geo. E. Erl», C. C.; J. D. McConkey, Secretary. ; Lewiston Division No 5, l<ewi»l»n, Idaho, Meet» on third Wednesday and ae«-. olid Saturday of each month. Viaiting Sir Knight» made welcome. S. Le* ThompHon, Sir Knight Capt; J. D McConkey Sir Knight Recoriier. Cala nthe Temple No -l- U S Locaieil nl LewiKtiui. Meet» every Friday evening at 0«l«l Fellow» Hall. Visiting member)« ««or diaily invited. Mr». Kd McConville, Miatl Excellent Chief; Mr». W. C. Fore* man. Miatres« of Record» mid Cnrreep. The Boss Meat Market, W. P. HUNT. PKOPRIK'IOR* LEWISTON, IDAHO. live!, Mntioi., Pork, Veal, Bacon, Hum» ami Sausage». The i***! Meal m the HliM-k and hy the quarter, served in gimd »tvle. Price» Low. Leajiç)oR(ï)a rfeet S. L. Thompson. Proprietor. Thi» Market will he »upplie«! at all | Unie» with all kinds of Freah and« 'ureti Meat». Sausage» Lard, etc. Nez Perce Lodge J\ r o. 10 Lewiston, Idaho, Regular communications held at Ma nille Hall on second Saturday. Sojourn ing brothers invited. Dr. C. W. SliatF ! wTM.; John 1). McConkey, Secretary. j Lewiston Chapter No- j* l.cwiston, Idaho, Meets in the Masonic Hall on fourth Saturday at 8 p. m. Sojourning com panions are always welcome. D. M. j White, H. P.; J. I). McConkey, Sec'v. Comm ander y No. 2, Ijewlstnn, Idaho, Regular conclave held In their Asy lum first Saturday at Tutu p. in. All Sir Knights in good standing welcome. R. Booth. Eui. ( «un.; F. \V. Kettenbach, Recorder. Lewiston Lodge Perl ol Located ae Lewiston. Scottish Rite of Ancient Free and Ac cented Masons, meets at Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock p. in. oo tlie Third Satur day of each maiith. E. H. Alford. V. M.; J. D. McConkey. Secretary. Mountain Gem Chtr No. 7 Lewiston, Idaho, Eastern Stars meets every Second and Fourth Mondays,at 7:30. Mrs. S. Wlldenthaler, W. M.; Mrs. Louise ttquier, Secretary. G A- R Post, No. 2, l^ewlston, Idaho, Meets the last Saturday eveuiugol each month, at the Odd Fellows Hall. All comrades are Invited to attem. Alex Robinson, Post Commander; H. Perrault, Adjutant. R B Hayes Post N< 7, (.ewistoii, Idaho, W. R. C.—Meets every second and fourth Saturday of each month at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. J. Giffln, President; Mrs H. K. Strong, Secretary. Supreme Council SSd Deg ' A. A A. Scottish Rite of Freemasoii _ ry, Southern Juris diction, U. S. A. Orient of Lewiaton, Lewiston, Idaho. F«»r any business iier _ tabling to the Rite, conferring degrees, individually or in class, organizing and Installing bodies of the Rite, etc, see or correspond witli A. Damas, 32d Degree Deputy Inupe«* tor General for Idaho. Clearwater Lodge No- 1'2 Lewiston, Idaho, Meets in the Guild Hall the first uiul second Thursday at 8 i>. in. All vis iting brethren in gotxi standing will receive a cordial welcome. C. G. Kress M. W.; W. M. P. Millar, Recorder. Poplar Camp, No. 20 ö . Woodmen of the World. on the First and Third Mou tlay evenings of each month. .Sojourn ing neighbors invtte<l L. L. Haynes, Consul Kav L. Thompson, Clerk. - CHURCHES. ! i / ! ut| Church oj the Nativity . Ijewixtou, Idaho, J. D. McConkey, rector. Service» every Sunday morning al II a. in. Sunday »chooi at 12 in. Sunday even IngHerVice» at 7:30. Whitcomb Place M E Ch. Lewi»ton, (dulio. Church. Service» each week a» fol low»: Preaching Sunday» at lia. m and at 7-30 p. iu. Sunday School at 12 m. Junior league meeting at 3 p. in. Epworth league at 0-30 p. in. Prayer meeting every Thursday even ing at 7-30 p. hi. Henry Brown D. D. Paator. M- E, Church. South. Lewiston, Idaho, Rev. 8. W. Davis, iiastor. Services I at Universalist Church, nu 2nd and 4th Sunday atll oVIock um, ainf 7:30 pin. [ The public cordially invite«!. ________ . , Presbyterian Church, l^wiHton. Idaho. I Servie*.» every Sahhath at II o'clock 'a. m., and 7:30 p. in. Sahhath »chooi ! meet»immediately alter morning serv lice. Mill week lecture each Wednes ! «lay evening at 7:30. Leroy W. Slhliei, j minister in charge Church, of St Stanislaus. Lewiston, Idaho, lU-v. Father M. Meyer, pti»lm . Mus»; on every Sunday at 10 u. m. Sunday Mfhool Immediately after the I» «i'cIock | Freali Fi»h in Seaauii. A poitmn «n j tlie public'» patronage solicited Fre»h ; Vegetable* aud Fruits In »eastirij j V. 7 S. H. in vis EVERY CITIZEN Of Nez Perces County should have his uante entered on our books at once iu order that they may keep posted i THE PRESENT CAMPAIGN. Trie TELLER Will he on the alert this Campaign, that its readers may be informed up to date. Su/bsoribe Now I Came» tin. ' | - OlflKLCS 0. KRESS, The Pioneer Jeweler Lewiston, Idaho. Always pleased i<> show the publie iny stock ol jewelry, «liamoud» watches, clocks, etc. Nothing but tirstelass goods kept on hand Repairing carefully aiul accurately done on short notice. I. R. Grane, Jt. Wm. L. Boise. McQrane A Boise, I'KOPRI KTOK8 rtf TriE STAR SALOOR, Tlih-HHon'» Dili Stand) Kemodelledjlhroughoul. ; Broad Buquel, K»trellu, El Capita» General Cigar». Beer by the tpiarl, 23c. Courteoii» Treatment Guarantee«!. C C. BUNNELL The Pioneer Hardware Man. LEWISTON, daho; Largest ami Most Complete Stock of Haidware in ihr State HRLT If you arc on the road t«i the Mines, Reservation, I.og ping Camp, or in fact anywhere, don't fail to halt loug ei ough iu Lewiston to lay in a supply of the famous "Camas Piairie Brand," of Meats. Hams, Shoulders. Breakfast Bat mi, Light Back Bacon, Heavy Bacon. For sale by all leading met chants. Idaho Packing and Milling Co.— Cott. uw« cd Ben Zumstein I*Ko|*MIKT(»K ok— SKOOKUM BAK'RY «n j ; Everything generali kept in a find «-la»» Bakery, m ill lie found iu my «*» j tublUhment. Special order» for Hall». Partie*, etc., will rei-eive pruiupi uiteii tion. Favor me with a call and I will treat you right.