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> J kl » PAINTERS and . . PAPERHANGERS Montpelier, Idaho. For a Firstclass I » ni Go to i >ete Fuller's S hop FINE BATHS. j j , I PKOFESSÏÜNAL CARDS. I V E. CHALMERS. Attorney *it 1 -iîî.W • Iclaîio ■ l Iî 2 .o k 5 e» o t Dr. G. A. HOOVER, Ptigsldar. anti 'Surgeon, attended throughout South-; eastern Idaho-., ■ IDAHO ! A. BAG LEY, .Ittorsicy at h i I I ! I : fen ses in Criminal Cases : .Speciality. IDAHO hlNlTKLl j - HOS. L. GLENN. i Î l.t'toiFira.o^r cat jL*o'w r nee tliird door j east of Bank < ' ! Washi ngton A venue. iNTI'KIJEIt. ; : IDAHO K'JY TH L: v. ïà V j i T A , i j Uy f J Inch hie° for""; u'-Ulne can be bought from us or any of our dealers from'$15.00 to $18.03. WE MAKE A VARIETY. HEW HOME IS THE BEST, ft * v y * s y ! p; f Wi a f \ irisvs Si Ïï Al v A i lL ■o not bo clcee'v 'OPtise »s vtiO.OC Sew in fid.oo. Thi« kind of a %v 1 V. T-E Tho Feed determines the strength.or • caknesy of Hewing Machines. The ^outoSo Feed coiabiiHxl with other , roug point:; nmkiy-i thej .Yetr Horn« ;e best bewing Machine to buy. i'lMorCIRuuliRS Ei,;,,ss„s o xuiinutaciarvaud price« buitae pure basing tho dir ■ lis mi HOME SEWING HMBIRS GO. ORANQC, MAS®. <s Union Sq. X. Y., Chicago, 111., Atlanta, Ga., • u I.ouis.lilo., Dallas,Tox., San Francisco, Cal FOR SALE BY. — have a line lo. of ^ Stock Certificates Ef.'.M.'N a. U'.B I ; ! THE EXAMINEE. i Published Weekly. . = uiered at the postnfT.ee ar MoiitpeJlsw Idaho i as se cm id class matter | ! ..... i ."ir, i ! I I I T Eil MS OF SVnsCKIPriOi-.. Olle yefir. Six montât- . J 00 __ . HARKIS, | CITAS. E Editor and Proprietor. - — - —— RflVGrilSlBO RötCS DISPLAY ADS—75 cents per inch single column pe? month, any ; page except the first- and fifth. per inch, singte^column, per on first and fifth pages. &lj month ; special dis on large space and long time | contracts. 5 cents ai 1 READING LOCALS line each insertion.. " ; I LEGAL NOTICES inch first insertion, 50 cents an inch per : ! I I each subsequent insertion, non p a rc i i measure, m en t. "Cards of Thanks," 50 ets. each. \ Resolutions 2 cents a line. Iso deviation from above rates. ! Statements rendered monthly. ! j 23 - ! ■ Montpelier, Idaho, Aug. 30, 1901. : Tllr: STICKING POINT. "As to the Chinese exclusion, is not j one 8lûeâ * 1 ft:a m,t afe 2il j I-sympathy with the sentiment? ,, , , -,. ... . .. , I would exclude all Chinamen from the • ! country. I am in favor of admitting a I Chinaman who comes to these shores 1 : accompanied by his family. If he ! brings hi» frmily he will have wine- j th;ay to anchor to. I would, exclude ail ! - i Î Chinamen who come alone. We should j hear in mind that if China 1» open to j < flie trai ^° °f America we cannot offord j to antagonize that great nation by rhl j ! in g tho law of exclusion. i 1 j The above is from an interview! ; with- President Jordon, of the Le ; j ! kind Stanford University.. It don't : count for much, for Jordon has to ; ! think as Airs. Stand ford wants him Nobody who ! i j to or lose his job. , holds a position in the above named 1 j University d ive to do otherwise. ! The Stanfords have always believed ir> ci,ea F Hbor; that's how tEe old J isn't the point. * j 1 i man made part of his millions j The other part he robbed the i , pi. of California out of. But this I neo i ! ! exclusion is the same one that is used by the capitaBsti« class evu ° r t rade. Jordon's argument on. Chinese ! ; ! where. The people musn't do this that because it "might hurt, These scions of trusts would rob the common people of every chance to make a decent living j " all inr themselves, They would sell the womanhood of America to- fill their j "lor trade. manhood ar;d | coffers with gold,, and they do this when they take ground against the G bincs-e exclusion law. The trade and intercourse with China brought to this nation in the way of opium and cheap Lab has! ! more curse, I or, than anv other foreign country ! • ° * i ; has. If the laboring people of ; compete with the , ! orientals then things have come to the i America must . i that pass that serfdom will be Its* alright enongîr for a | next step. ! few know-alls to call such talk bosh, ; hut the fact remains just the same j i that the laboring classes of America 'are less independent to-day than hev ever were before bn our history, and as proof, we cite the great strikes now on and the certainty that the trust magnates will win in them all. And what has brought Importation of cheap, t it about? foreign labor under the padrone' system of the Italians, the slave contract labor of the Chinese six companies, the slave labor of the cheap Japs contract and all such. The Chinese exclusion law ought - to be re-enacted, and to it ought to be added sections aimed at the Japs, Dagos, and all other ignorant, foreigners. The time has pauper ! arrived when American laboring and I moral interests cannot be subverted I longer to the greed \ ! of capital. ! The democratic party seems to be j j "between the devil and the dee; On one Hand the contingent of regenerated, populists and silver republicans - Coco ran business and lauding Dti-' ! bois and I Ici tie It, anti on the other i ; sea. ■ : upholdii: the are ' f j hand are the old hue democrats, who j are determined that no more Dubois that!,,.,,, , ,, , , , . pranks shall be played on the party • , , 1 • i 1 * y ,Ul< v> iîo condemn tue Cocoran bu;s 1 mens as a political sellout.. Surely ! the man who j hereafter on the state dem ! ccepts a nomination u ocrai ic ticket 1*4 taking his political exist ence in bis own hands. j j j First Act, Time l.Sii-fi Enlhusi rcpublican:., "Why, Dubois i is smart enough to lead the demo Democrat "Oh, Bec- i . 1 as tic 11 ; cratic party, come off; he's only a piker." jond act, Time ldiOl E. R. Dubois is nothing but a piker way." Deni. "You j Dubois is the smartest : ; ! any aie wrong, man that 1 ! J ever lived. Irrespective of. the merit 1 » of the j Cocoran case, whether ho deserved a 1 I 1 i nardon or nut, the Eaxw'.nuk de ! spises political jugglery no ! who is tangled up in it. matter Y\'e don't ! care whether Cocoran is free or not, ; but what we dislike is the political ! rolLencsa of such matters. No fusion was ever fo-riuad that some principle was not sacrificed. j Al1 the experience of the dem ocrals hus been » tiiat they not only if not quite, sacrificed the j alino8t 5 party as weil. | sacrificed many principles, but nave mother year in Idaho. Dubois' leadership of the demo «ratio party promises, if continued, out of. existence ! to wipe that party lands enchain— That "Distance etc..is fully verified in Mont- ! i ; ment. , peher's present mining excitement. If a lead up in the Jackson's IIoLe count» Alaska or over m eophF be found that would assay any where AO psrton there would But be ; from $50 to § j be a stampede to get there. cause such ore has been fotwid almost within the city limits and a railway, it doesn't cause the excjte ment it otherwise would. people of this-section are sufficiently alive to the possibilities of the strike that they are locating all the ground where mineral shows up at all. close to Still the That new canal company that the will. Pacific Canal Co., are diggin come in mighty handy for the - • smelters .that will have t-o be erected < f Ö» in Montpelier to treat, the copper belt ore. The canal people builded. wiser than they knew when they started that project. - More than twenty claims-in the Rose-McDermoU copper licit show high grade ore. Tnere ought to be a score of shippers by spring from, this section and there will be. if in— dicaUons count for.anything. . j c cover the shame of apolitical deal; purely and solely for yules. No record of economy or fidelity öd the people'« financial interests, •n pos'iîbiÿ,- offset the political in- knuckling to lawlessness or ; fa in y of XV liât ;i Tali- it Tt-l'n. If that mirror of yours shows wretched, sallow complect ion, diced Ion! iv> a ja m i- - »-'Olli patches and blotch«» on toe skin, it's liver trouble, hut Hinas New lifo 1 ills regulate the liv purity the blood, give Dear skin, cheeks, l iwh comolectioa. IL 1er.Bros ilru; store. Dr. i r • rosy Only 25c at. The Exam »N nit firmly believes. as well as one oj st, mineral belts in tire west' is lying within a few miWof this. ; t i tbut the liehest, the la; To Savt* lier ChiUJ. r rom In^lifcful fli^iguretnont Mrs.. Fannie Gallegar. ubLa Urang», U;v, ap 1 Bed Buck leu-y Arnica, Suive to great sores on hei head and I ace, and write itH quick cure exceeded all her hope. It works wonders in Sores. Bruises, .• Eruptions, Cuts. Bums. A> les< -•U*. Hur« Bros., uni-' store. kirn •Scalds ainii uaranteeit t,y biter One year from naw Montpelier will have 50Q0 inhabitants, like a "pipe dre marl; our prediction. Bounds. mn,' v doesn't it, but A Cur© fur Clu.U-i-a Infantum. "Bast May," says Mis Curtis l'.ak er t *. <d Book waiter, Ohio, "an iufaut child of our given up all hopes of *' otte ot Ghainherlain's Colic., Cholera, nu;1 Diarrhoea Keimdv to tu« |, ouse toll them 1 feh neighbor's eufl'eriua Tlse doctor had was 1 ron i choie a in Bint urn. 1 t »ul; recovery. sure it would do good; g to directions, days time the eh Id had fully and H use I accord in In two. y recovered,, is now [nearly a year since} a vDor ous, healthvgirl. I have recommended! this Remedy frequently and hav known it to fail in e never any single instanced'' I o, '- tie hr Hoover's dimjj_ store».