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— B\ The Telle; ■ » ' : ' Entered at the Levd-toii I" - 1 ..ili. «Mil-- N I -1 i l M :i 11 ri Due year t One year, in a.t- nine •ix nu in Hi' Three mouth« OMcia . --'""tiok ™ I ! i Fur President of the Minted Stall - WILLIAM McKINLEY of i )hio. F'oi Vice-President GARRETT A HOBART. of N'i-w Jet's, v FOR l'R KSI I >1 NTI A I ! II.Tor WEIDON IÎ 11 M.Y 111 k X JAM MS F AILS!! 11 GKOkr.lv C PA 1 <K I Xsox state . FoR COM IK MSS. JOHN T. MOkklSl>x MO K Sri'K MM M COURT 11 ST I. I DR MW \V. STAN DkOI » l-'OR < '.O V M K NOK . DAVID II. lH DLONG. FOR UMl'TI-lN VNT OOVFRNi'R VINCENT BIERBOWER FOK SKCRKTAKV * >1 ST ATI ISAAC \V. GARRETT. FOR ATTORN M\ ill- M K VI. JOHN II. BAGLKY FOR STATU AflltTOR. elmore: a mckenna KOK STATIC TKIvASfKMK. FRANK C. RAMSKV. FOR Sit PT. petit,le INSTRUCTION CHARLES A. FORKSMAX. FOK MINK INSFUCTOK. THKODOkKDROWN COUNTY. FOR SI-IN ATOK. C. Iv. MO NT KITH FOK K Ml'KMSMNTAT1 V MS. N. J. WING. W. A. NIXON. FOR SI1KKIFF. WALTER S. DVKk FOR ASSKSSOK. JOHN M. WILLIAMS. FOR TKKASIKMK. IIA/.KN SOPI ER FOR I'ROIIATM I CIK. I . PRINCE. E. STOOKEY. Sl'K VF.VOK. J. O. MAXON. CORONKK. S. LESLIE THOMPSON. COM. 1ST DISTRICT. A. G. WISNER. COM. 2ND DISTRICT. W. R. DIXON. COM. ',KD DISTRICT. I. C LARKEE. Candidate Hryan is now going about over the country a-eribing the fall of prices to the hateful gold standard. He did not always think so, as the following quota tion from a speech delivered in Congress March ib, tSq:; shows In discussing the cause ot low prices he says: "You must attri bute it to the inventive genius that lias multiplied a* thousand times, in many instances, the strength of a single arm en ables us to do today with one man what fifty men could not do fifty years ago This is what has brought down prices in this coun try and everywhere." Mr. Hryan in the language just quoted was making his fatuous speech against the protective tariff Further in this speech he sav«. ''Protection has been our eannabal tree, and as one after another ot our f.iruurs has been driven 1<\ the force of circumstances upon that tree and has been,crushed within its folds his have stood around and shouted, 'Great is Protection'. Hut the dream has passed, the* night has gone, and in the east we see more than the light of the coining day, a marvelous change lias taken place, and, rising troui the poliii ; al inuunic-r's benches throughout the X irthvve«t, their l ues radient [with .1 new found joy. multitudes I are ready t< > de<dare their dlegiem e [to the cause ol tariff re lor lit. I'nder the eloijiience ot Mr Btvan till the sji-!l ul like deceptive ! irgunieiit' the farme!- ot the N utliw est invest d m "t.uift r •• fi h ill What fias been the : - lilt * liai tile light b- ik am In ing a ' lils Hi. 1 ! Ill 111v I lie Mast • lav" o! V"ll mill 1 111 v i Hi. •und inr. J , \V mu b i »lain th I h tai n- nu- i m uni ' u I) - Mi If m u! t i i - s ! Silur. -* I i tiler :han to a i tl I m it a ll l- lie 111 the camp ,lg 11 II sei ■ I tiling pr .--, i uim d in du • 1 1 a s, idle iii.-li mil st ai v lug i ehltdl en. but In ha - a new call' e 1 now lot this miseiable • otidil ii m , ml piopo r a ii.-vv a 111' dy . Will i the tanner and wage eaniei wliot t « i!lowed Mr Hryan mil his drcimt t.1111 'V 111 I N.O lie simple enough to give a healing to his pies nt 1 vigaiv' We think not. The f.n t a \ whistle has been to long j stilled and the dinm-i pail to long ! emptv tor the wage eat nor to vote! I n four years mon of democratic' politics founded on the visiouarv dreams of vouthfuî orators. Wheat is going coming down, vunced from y S to up and silv.-i is j Wheat has ad-) 70 cents a bushel ; since Bryan's nomination and sib vet has fallen from 70 cuts G by! cents an ounce. It :> in order for' Mr Hryan or -ome of his local ; champions to.-xplain to tin farmet s ! ol the West how it is that the price of wheat lias arisen while that of silver has fallen. This condition at things injures the free silver argument in a vital part. What will become of the popo- j cratic idea that wheat and silver are Siamese twins which travel to-j getlier? There lias been certainly no change in the money standard. We are still on the gold basis, j These facts refute the main argu ment of the free coinage advocate and make it clear to everybody that the money statu nothing to do with these price A voter does not have to lic ol a financiet to understand tlii Prices are governed by the ttnivc sal law of supply and demand. j j ■ 1 • has : 1 iiiiu li ; 'Have women my less heart j and life interest in 'good govern ment' than ni en? We deny the ballot to an idiot because lie is not a responsible being; to a m in who cannot read or write beeausv lie is unequal to a ballot ; to a woman because she is a woman, there is no other reason. Von are urged to break down the last east linget ing in the American system. It is no answer to say that the men vote for the women. Why are not workingmen shut out from the ftanchise because entbleiet s vote for them? The 'virtual represen tation' which we say woman en joys has not worked well in prac tice 'Virtual representation,' wrote James Otis, 'is not found in law or constitution.' It was this representation w hielt the English endeavored to pursuade the Ameri cans of 177b they enjoyed, but the latter would not listen to such a farce." -Extract turn an tddre-s deliveu 1 hi Amos Wilder, of the Wisconsin State journal. Wh) Should ll Kise What would made silver adv «nee in price under tree coinage? Ehe government would not buy an ounce of it. For a ma 1 to ht ing his silver to the mint otui have it stamped: then entry it away would not be a "demand" tor silver would t? This is a favorite argument of Hryau s. lie say s if we cieute an unlimited demand at 1 lived price of $i.-y) per ounce, nobo-ly would sell silver for les- than $1.29 per , , . .1 . ounce so long as he can get that much from the government for it. This would be true if the gov . e rutilent wen buy ing th ivnig m and .... in gold Hut unde! li the government would silver nor give gold for silver would belong to who bought th. bill, mint. The gov l mm at at til" expense o! .»ill!! get h thin e silver, cv for it »inagt? nr t buy it. Tlie tin man i O the uM Lie Th. W' ill still m lit bill-! 1 ' -ii V till . J 1 W il II ' tilt* 1 " ! .v.in t n 'Iv- ! ! In dt i t . ' 1 ' : . ! t < T ? im* ; '.tH* * 111 'V v'ihe i 1 , i 1 j ! ■ li i : - -I h ; on i i t .und - opi-lim-.; the and giving th in 1 in no othe ,. . ,11, j ,em : ,L" :i " j ' 1 7 *M,| j - done by j vvnrk - hop« i dh million rin .•publient . now s toda v tiir ot in N 1 at and the b .1 tt ibout bis tii m vltom he blit idle is not y d I'll, next t h it i iinu-s inuu h .adipiai b In ing him ,i new m milesto - ing his candidali-s und his ]uinci|iks These parti who " li \ ' t he issues it lies tel s ( put el v for principles then send out otders to then loi lowers In uv ! « vote an 1 dull mail will 1 'iutir- j j ; ; ! j At a meeting J Whitman. I ot the chairmen political putties Mr. P. H Hlak j and Mi blind j Oldest ! j ] ' ditieal t In With the bolters dcnouiicin popocrats nul the popociot j nouneing the bolters, with festo following m mil am Ini tions explaining from tin just how the vote is t-i be east, th j voter is puzzled to know just whet ■ to locate the truc-biiic, uann 1 lilovvii-in-the-battle, for-principle' • "illy, li ee silver party. , ile-i m mi- i hot h j - tump ^ dh 1 In Mis I E. S. Mr, Patrie being following resolution Resolved That we n speakers 1 presentiu. : part ies, to call at tv 1 several amendments to the consti ; tution to be voted upon at tile com ing election, and where said amend ments will appear on the ballot. the liff rent J. A. McGee, J'»' 1 'cl !Uult Pie «ent, tile was passed: qtles all the the various nt inn to the Women Must j "The great neisl ol'Kiuinv is in itln-i , , ..... Tlie question ns in whether woiin-a -ball have the righljif IVam-liise i- mu of the tmiemlmeiits siilimltteil to tin state of Idaho by tin- last legislature. While it bas In-in |nili|!s|ii"i| st-wial tliin-s, amt i-still i-mii-nl am.mg e.-r tain i l.-issi's ot voters that the vviiiiii-ii of Lewiston (in ll''I desire I" i-Xt-leiso the privilege "I the ballol, it never 1 111 - less i s true that a large majniiiv do wish to -njoy that sacr.-d right. The ll leli ll lei's ol' the WoniHIl's sjull'rage Assiieiation of this eitv wish to nialie t Ills slateiin-nt: (h it th y are interesteil heart and soul in the wel fare of our ''oiiiuionwi -.ilth, and desire hy their aid to nuue than dmitile ils power in doing uoml, in uplifting lallen humanity and purifying the present loathesoine eondition of polities. Tlu-ro may lu- a n vv wmin-u wh > do >i"t ap pi'eeiate the power of doing g..n I I hat Would he put into their I- nnl - in hav ing I'estowi d upon tin in tin right "I sullrage, toil as a milt women ire in -\ telligelit We do nul wi-h I" p" ' Is Siiperi I to our lords Imt vv.- an- sui-e that -i eonipareil with many of out sterner sex tlie av e,-age 1 ondilion "I morality would ho greatly raised hi placing; women ->n an equality with men poli t eally. We wlslt to lisahttse the . minds ..f those voters ol tie- wrong ini pression thev ieivi received regarding tills matter. The reasons why women should share equally in the privileges and litirdens of sutliage a.e tmi numerous to lie discussed in the oriel' sp„r al lotted to t|s, hut p' liiaps we may lie aide to'how how absurd are some of the many objections tu utgiil 'gains this lltlteh desired i , "!l'Ulillli;ili III « till of tin* many and thiead-t'are ol.je. tious pres, un d i- that ' Women .n't light: wtiat har. y. n women don.-j Unit we should «gi ve you tue halto!'.'" Napoleon tealiz.'-d 111 11 v the value ■ women to the state when lie said ll women do not light they give to Mu state all Its «nldiec«. A woman vv ho goes down into tin V.lll ey of ih" «liadinv of death every I* * w yar- who gives U| tier li'-aitli, ii< r heauty, her mean«of improvi ment, hir ""dal pleasure-«, that -tie may fül n Ll i - ilifiers for the sf lte et i tainly «1. • a- mu.-li f"l the ||. fei.ee of the •-r.it - a« ' le- fat hei vv ho h ly« Im- ol ii. d >Id» -« for tin- ehildlen. gle in,' i- anoth a .. -■i women !• ini: ijeelioti often 111 el. . a'. VI N t l ii . 1 1 «* :t' l**| »1 **. II Wt'|V IM*« W till 11 i \ nut til !o i' n n i \ 1» L«.y t my : \ - iat i- nu argument in siltrr.-e.M-- -it is an tti AI''i* let ' e al w a vs had • - : if 1 1 u - v tia v<- nl lowed I- dii l \ II i- t i lue VVlilliell ul 1.1 • 11 1» ii (-11-, II- lip s !.. in vvlinli t hey j la le I lint j h 1 1 1 1 i< s ! y i 1 should in vi r i mu- voters j "di 11 1■ al e nul Ii li hall" hi" I. i-n Inn till \ il. d lie given I Ii just like thei h I u-t -I...... j would t ID » '*1 « ■ ■ •li ne d »ii -D f.»j ,L" :ml - V 1,1 G. 1 .» Ill i i 1 palt ol tin III iB lit If t ! ' h.it if ui li j li"l| id 1 "■ * Id- « iw»* i ■a nil I* ill j 1 i.. h t " . U'J M t I»* »U-D <1 j.J Ol II «1 j w i-r- . ju \ . 1 1 IOW I'l l|| It's < l| |D i "• De- gr. » :dI V ill I a: • - 1 III» Wnlllil a erne lenii a -un.-in -nib ir- niiiii- , "imi wi > 111 -; man I :llld 1 ln- II rill Wi ll lu Y " •all -I- 11 ni ll is nil" I"! II -, MU w Iilllil kill hi vu I- l.\ . a 1 1 i-eciliil pal vveie anv l xv. a Ii tili n' '1 lie (ipj tile VV' line! tl. ■ll |. il II \i eilu There d men, a a bad m , she liei t ,1 fm III. j j , ! 1 t-'l ii ml vv • um I "..1 vv j acaili't tin • ! imI .-X 11.-j ini ] m:\Uiii". Fin* 1 0>| h ul I In ' America. W. haV*. sob |ll I ll lll'lll • VV "I ill I 1! V i- I ll is. -ai. I ni Hi-- in-: mti lui i t ' nil'-il vv c simili, divided \ i - the saiiii- iv i I It men and ■in- 1 viiii re ill ivi- :tu vviiitil is in 1-1I uiunv Ii may lllllll I V . women Wulllell vvillnill! Illell VVelllil lie I'livii I. 'll' and vain, and men wit 1 n • • 11 woi neii vv a a) lit go liai-U t" barhen«m. Hut il We v.-'ilU 1 1 '"el lier, lint in l-(illl i •' !iti " n Eut m I- "I'l ration am' liar j nil'll', we shall ! « 1 ini', tin- race t" il- ul - ' imate inlu rit mi e, « Inch is, I tielieve, ^ niler-liip nvei i In- universe." A AI* >I m l;. I'rvipiis it Constitutional M 11 nditi-.nts Constitution I hit Nf! ; ..n 2 «>r t . flJ.il mnli hr u \ L J H fllJ.vl S" . V dthetxvi.Nc • t r| i i m tl s in male «iit/r -«! Hie I nitt U llllliv U-NI s. !w• im i, u.f It. tl. s S! m - . IVrf »IJ. wh«. It. M.nthN m J in thf v :itiiiiN . when he* «.r she ->!t«-rs vote, tinrtv ivs n*»' 1 ; t - Jmu the J.t >1 f l » • v. t i * • it reRjisteroi in» 1 *1. a-rv. i 1 vJti.MifJ dech - si.ilure. VV lit.* who It ive tli ju.iilti. it -.tis pn-st t*. hoi J su- * ; sollt toi rib« J • 111 , fS n Hi' • .m. stu li S( Tl. ». j erriiorx . lev! .ns is pr. iv i Je J by die ov' it I LL C.CV:: 'Mir i';i's*b ui ! • I t *t State ii Hie iu\ subn tn-J to t! *ral el** «i to »II 2 ot .illicit* VI .1 .» I Jailer hr ««. .itltrltJ ■ ••-ju.i: right t suttt.i [he >rn.tlr . I : ' 1 . t! \ i he House .t He\ res. iJ JdiHi.uv 21. L9M IF H MX I Kl St »I LTD 1 ! ' r i ; , j i , -\ • 1, | j I . ■ ! | j ,J .1 t So 11. .11 is V :J till rdt. li tn t;,l |UjiiflfeJ clt'v 'o' ■ till 1 c lor the it*i 1 Mil It sill! !l*s as tit .1 the » lor n t.vc I.uit.lt« .1 U.tlit iti.l shall hi * t*iJ ,1 1 es'-L-nt . th«* St . ah.,li he m form is 1 shall m*, ti.iR Ui. o th,* State -*r U-.h.- be Hu e ,,t Jistnct uuo , iUint\ .iiiiitiiey; Ihi.ssifJ tho St ii.it*. \j'Pt., . .1 the L'i • the eh-v I ■ lent ' - i • ' *• i i< >N Nl M ' ii amenJnitMit *.U!iv,n «M the v Jala il l s! t*.i. Kt: the i.r-vits-! m laws shall pr. v Jr <*nj iiiunx . t fit x ft % : P in J IP I j i I 1 ! tlvj !.. ! »li* .illsl v|Uâ 1 I j I Vri-i R tplti«, Midi Wan i i:;« vi Um k—A etiv for eaeti nullity Ex<-lii«ivi ami no risk. Will deal 12 to died dollars a year End full panicuiurt. m _iv for •lit' ontod : to 2Ô htm» i -<• «tamp for ! .'1 sample, i Hig Uapiu« Mineral Watet Co , I TT I jD Si L 1-, \V. Ketten bach, President J. Alexander, Vice President George Kester, Cashier. \V. F. Kettenbach Asst Casli. MSrm ! I w . . W ■ art'll and Main Sto s * ' j ! i LtWIST ON, ot I Ml-, .-allie K It .!. Ale Valider. I' Mm ri l>t llieipa' Cit: -nhaeli, I I . W W I II u . ( '. I '. : I II I Kelt'-lilia. h Kittenin' li. jo; ^ p ■ IDAHO. ;aXT r A 'QENKRÄL MOM Time Mint. Sight r aid Europi dd on tin W. I Cash !fl! 5 Capital and Surplus, $150,000.00. Hr cto! I ). M. While, S. l' Tlumij-'.on. Wnllnce Scott, A. W, Kmnt ingot nul John !'. \'o!lmet Fire proiil ..mit lor u-.. of eu- tope i s tm al-- keeping of valuables Burglar prool steel safe, proteett I by Sargent & Grecnleaf time lock. C'irresjMitHlettts in all tin prineijeil cities of the Lniteil States. Hi v il "it time -posit'.. am ! ■ ell ex< h im I nt- i est a! S. W ! L INHALER I)i".let ill - 'I i i 'le G Van ,-i , l 'fi iv -sii n - . l-'ltrtli hill" Goods, Not! \ J) P IxOrix t l*.Tt )K The Lewiston Bakery ; rd promptl •ltai'ge, within the city limit I'.tfroiiaygc of tlm i'ublii Solicit-.-ti. 'rolcpltonc No. 2S. HALT It you are on the toad to flu. Mines, Reservation, I,og J- ni K Cant]), or in fact anywhere, don't fail to halt long e. oiigh in Lewiston to lay in a supply of the famous "Camas l't irie IJrand," of Meats. Hams, Shoulders, Hreakfast I Lie it. Light Back Bacon, Heavy Bacon. Lor sale hy all leading meichants. Idaho Packing and Milling Co.- Cot ton wood FRANK BUSH, Ot the lop Blue Front Cigar &, Frut Store, Choicest Cigars and Tohaeeos in the Citxu The Old Reliable Stage Line! From Lewiston to Uniontown. MAH I IX .Mil I,I MANAGER. H.my erviee, run- in 1 mmeetion with Nuit hern l':, eitle. Leave« Lewistnti :tt 1 " 1 " 1 K 1 u 1 ■. und li live' I n huit uu 11 I • > r l .civi-tim I went y m i nines alter :ti 11 \ d "l II" Spi'Rane train. Special uth litiini given to'all classe« nf freight «hiiiiiit-.it I "I p u t ieiil.ir- -q.pl \ in < '. I-'. Li:t. INU, Agent. Lewiston I ! \ 1 (U It Buy Wheat in Chicago! , # S' Il vom- Will at b- till- I , ruin Merehant, Millet And Huy an Option in Chicago Dll Iti.tHM) htt«|»el«. Marginto."leent» p«*r bushel for tirnle<«Mnn. No ex I pense Inr carry ing. < ' nnnii- « ..... ..uf, je per litishel nr *I 2 ...I) I'nr Mmhi Imshels j W e di «i; e tn inteiest the '• in«' rvative uiei'i'liaiil. farmer, nr grain dealer in mil i mat U'-t« \\ rite and !.- x • - lull j irt ii-n lar«. He«t ot tele retire« given. Si-veral I year«'exp-ti'-nee mi tiaiir-.- .ml i Onu-mi.-h Unnvv ledge ol t he htlsiees«. Long I M«t an. . lea phone, lbs DOWNING, HOPKINS A «*«*.. t 'hh-n»-" Hoard oi Tiado I'.roker« 1 xt-i-t. >«1 Hlnel vet Western tbiioii I', leglaph <Mtlee. Spokane, W ash. It W Hong 1 Sh.ing' Laundry. I i:-l door .'.-'I nt William-' f urniture Store. 1 I lav I ng l' uiglit t he 111 tel .-st "t I .ce I Ian g in ! h.. 1 long Shin g 1 <a und iv, and I b- me-o!c uw net. I am now prepared t al! kinds of Laundry work in tin- host j >! «' vie and a. re. is.uiahle prior- •. Spécial rate« for families I am, in no wav I fl -t'Ollsitde t'l :lll \ hill« e.u traete.l I. \ I.'-O 11 an«'. LEE HONG. I'lopri. toi THE LEWISTON Lueiij - and* Feed * Stable Thomas D. Barton, Proprietor. : i ! i First ein.' when ilesiicil Rigs mul Team. When in in th.. always ott hand. Drivers lurnislted citv I .viu its with a call.