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TONSORIAL ARTIST I Shampooing & Massage. Razors Honed. Montpelier, — Idaho. Two Doors East of the Postoffie Jesse R. S. Budge, LAWYER, IDAHO PARIS A. BAGLEY, Attorney at Law. Defenses in Criminal Cases a Speciality. J. De Meade Austin, With John A. Bagley. Lawyer and Notary Public* Also U. S. Commissioner for I the District of Idaho. \ : i HAIRCUT or SHAVE. Q 0 j Pete Fuller's Shop For a Firstclass I Don't overlook the fact that Pete's Bath Rooms are first-class and that's the place to go if you want a FINE BATH. \ j Dr. C. A. HOOVER, Physician and Suryeon, Calls attended throughout South eastern Idano. MONTPELIER DAHO D'Orr Poynter, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All calls promptly attended to. Office hours: 10 to 12 m. and 2 to 4 p. m Offices over Riter Bros, drug store. MONTPELIER IDAHO JOHN H. LONGFELLOW Attorney-at- Law. riontpeller, Idaho THUS. L. GLENN, Attorney-at-Law Montpelier, Idaho. DR. D. J. SUTTON, DENTIST. All Modern Methods of Dentistry. Office over Riter Bros Hoar* 8 to ia and t to 6 o'clock. Idaho. riontpeller, 14 New Livery Stable CRANE & MUMFOED, PROPS. — New 1 Good Horses. We take parties to all parts of the Country* Horses boarded by day, week or month* Draying to all parts of the city* MONTPELIER, I \ _ : Barn opposit the Depot, Phone 59 i IDAHO. Mt 1^ K it It * * Ititlt HÄIMK [; PIONEER STEAM ; : BOTTLING WORKS :j ij HOSKINS & MARTIN Props. tf| 3t m . . . 1 * a Manufacturers and Dealers in . * j * FINE SODAS, BEERS " AND TONICS. « a £ £ a « j* Fountain Tanks charged on * Short Notice* & * j ? Mail orders given prompt * j !■* 6 * « Attention* ^ | r M n a a a Writ for prices and order blanks a a a a flgeots for the Westerly Car- a bonic Gas Co's Gas. a a J* a jjj Telephone No. II. a MoQtpelier, a a »****»»»»,*. t * * W * P O. Box 119 a Idaho. * MONTPELIER LIVERY CO. MUMFORD BROS, Props. > RIGS, BOARDING HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business Draying to all parts of the City. Baled llay always on hand. I Agents for ROCK SPRINGS AND CUMBERLAND COALS Manager T. N. STEPHENS, ! Wc carry the largest and most elegant line in Bear Lake ° i County* We have a fresh F. BUDGE, D. D. S. Moderti Dentistry in all it^s branches. Office hours: 8:30 to 12 a. m. July 15 1 to 6 p. m. Montpelier, Idaho* Hoff Hote}* lust the Thing For an elegant present, for any and all occasions, is a beautiful piece of Chinaware. stock of Fancy Groceries ! too, at very reasonable prices* Give US a call and let US show yOU OUr StOCK* - ! The Latest Magazines and a f. Ä fine line of school supplies* | I j Mrs. W. W. CHAPHAN, Phone 6. I Idaho. Montpelier, I j I planks , . . j • i tx that are to be tonna in the Demo cratic National platform: Democratic Fiatform* The fallowing are some j We favbr the enactment and admin - j istration' of laws giving labor and cap ital impartially their just rights. Cap .. , j. . . | ital and labor ought not to be enemies, Each is necessary to the other. Each has its rights, but the rights of labor than the fights of capital. Constitutional guarantees are viola perty or reside where interest or incli nation may determine. Any denial thereof by individuals or organizations - . . ., , ., of government should be summarily re buked and punished. We deny the right of any executive to disregard or suspend any eonststu .. . . .. !/.... ,. tional privilege or limitation. Obedi ence to the laws and respect for their requirements are alike the supreme duty of the citizen and the official. The iuillitary should be used only to support gnd maintain the law. CAPITAL AND LABOR. are certainly no less "vested," no less "sacred," and no less "unalienable'' ted whonever any citizen is denied the right to labor, acquire and enjoy pro We un qualifiedly condemn its employment for the summary banishment of citizens without trial, or (or the contrai of elec tions. We approve the measure which pass ed the Ùinited States Senate in 1890, but, which a Republican congress has ever j since refused to enact, relating to con- \ tempts m federal courts, and providing for trial by jury in cases of indirect I The Democratic party has been and will continue to be the consistent op contempt. TARIFF ROBBERY. ponent of that class of tariff legislation by which certain interests have been permitted, through congressional favor, to drawl a heavy tribute from the American people. This monstrous per version of those equal opportunities which our political institutions established to secure, has caused what may once have been infant industry to become the greatest combinations of capital that the world has ever known. These especial favorites of the govern ment have, through trust methods, been converted inlo monopolies, thus bringing to and end domestic competi ti. n which was the only alleged check upon the extravagant profits made possible by the protective system. These industrial combinations, by the financial assistance they can give, now control the policy of the Republican party. We denounce protection as a robbery of the many to enrich the few, and we favor a tariff limited to the necessities of the government, economically ad ... . . . _ . criminate against any industry, class or section to the end that the burdens of taxation shall be distributed as equally as possible. were ministered, and so levied .as not to dis We favor a revision and a gradual reduction of the tariff by the friends of of the masses and for the commonweal, and not by the friends of its abuses, its extortions and discriminaiions, keeping in view the ultimate ends of "equality of burdens" and "equality of opportuni ties " and the exeeationai purpose of raising revenue by taxation, to-wir, the support of the federal government in all its integrity and virility, but in sim plicity, TRUSTS AND UNLAWFUL COMRINA Tions. We recognize that the gigantic trusts and combinations designed to enable capital to secure more than its just share of the joint proddets of capital and labor and which have been fostered and P rou >°t e d under Republican rule. are a menace to beneficial competition and an obstacle to permanent buuiness ... . . £ en ft com " er <': ial prosperity, and any trust combination or monopoly tending to destroy these by controlling production, restricting competition or fixing prices, should be prohibited and punished by law. We especially denounce rebates and dis crimination by the transportation com panies, as the most potent agencies in promoting and strengthening these un lawful conspiracies against trade. We demand an enlargement of tl powers of the interstate commrrce __ mission, to the end that the traveling and thidpers of this country may bave nhnÄ n a wWvffh Uate relief for the abuses to which they are subjected in the matter of transportation. We de maud a strict enforcement of existing ciyil and criminal statutes against all ®° m ki nations and monopo lies, and we demand the enactment of Bach further legislation as may be necessary -o effectually suppress them, Any trust or unlawful combination engaged in interstate prosperity. A private monopoly is indefensible and intolerable. Individual equality of opportunity and free competition are essential to a ie com . commerce which is monopolizing any branch of the busi ness or production should not be per mitted to transact business outside the »tale of its origin. Whenever it shall ® s ! :a ^ l ®^ ed in court of eompe tkm eftst« rach pröhiWtioif'sWtftJ^be enforced through comprehensiF to be enacted on the subject. :A *v j \ laws Start an Herb Garden* Fortunes in GINSINQ, GOLDEN SEAL and SENEGA, all valuable med ical plants. Easiiy grown and hardy I throughout the U. S. Always a ready market and demand increasing. Room in your garden to grow thousand of dollars'worth. We sell roots and seed'. Plant in fall. Booklet and telling all about it 4c. 20-24 magazine Write today. OZARK GINSENG Co., Dep't. W:, Joplin, Mo.