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'I lie Repulilican I Ills Week desires to
» ill tile attention of Its readers I
iiat iniiiil, state
which appear at the lu-ad of Hits
These an- I te- eandl, lates w t
ils 1 1 1 h 11 di I i li»-< I support
It will support t lie
'aiidi
llates U|HI|| It .ire men who believe In
lin* prlncIph-H of repulilli-anism |>rln
i'lples for tin* advancement of which
The Republican will tight
llmixl v, earnest ly and liant.
pr*>utl iMiihof the nu.dldates and tiie
principles for w lih li they stand, and
i**uitt<lontl\ predicts a victory at t tie
p'lls In Novetnlier.
I lie
and county tickets.
col
until.
will mvivo
In t Ids campaign,
republican ticket tx-ruime tli<
consclcn
It Is
'I'lic Repiihlleau takes great pride
ill presi-utlllg tills ticket IA its read
ers, D-cwusc the men utmti it are In
INK'S
in
>r ti«»*
v very
t Io n ar«' lioffM*« Ihm'iium* they
irrm;
!»4'lun k » to Huit
class of citizens who.
In (lines past, have proven that they
(Hissevs tin- Courage of titelt
roiivlr
lions bv clinging I,, their principles
I hr*nigh t hit dark dats
a ml vv tin lia v -
• f iKlvorslly,
no* cr ho fat forc'd ten
tltl lr It) IIiIiihhI In 1
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f Hi*' stars flint st rl|>»s 1 H
»las l,I ought new r.st*,muhllitliw ti|s.n "
tit liefe inlet s of tiie giau.l. old 1
laeu, >>f llbert v . fraternity and eouali !
Iv, umi is-eaiis thev art* tlmrougltl v i
billeted with the It,-tile purpone of pp. !
lifting all mankind amt have for tiieir |
io"lu>ihe magic woriis. onward ami "
upward.
Tt»e Heput,|i an is proud ,*f th# nat
4>>na! ticket In-cause tiie first
Tjx»n II i» that of a man win _
l-mvc«. Itlt,.self a (Mitrto«. a he r <> ami a
!
V alu'eil.cllt,
pr,»in'rlly and progress-.
Is*eause I hev have failli In tin, patrl
ott.MUMif \ mer lea o citizenship a ml in
I In. stability
■ d t iie gramlcMt republic
f tin earth, and are in
w It It t tie spirit of |
" "f progress |
" tilt'll has f,.r its object the extension
of Nmnhan freedom anti Vmerlcan
«•Il t fie face
« omptete harmony
4 lie time
tht- spirtt
progr* ss to
tin' raising
anv jsirt of flu earth where
t

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tultue
* Ims
M.|te»||,ai| wllus- achte veillent»
the pride of evert patriotic
aiMi wit,»» name «111 *»•«•11111
I*» A ni<-ricrtii tdstorv alongside
pr»Mk*t men tt»e
Washing) «n atid
t artteid anti ldaltve.
J*r*,»U*( *>l (lie uatloiiai ticket Uvause
(1 m s**s*ml name upon ft is Hut of a
are
A tnerleai,
«I -
l> |H|I»!», Il ls j,t *
Lincoln.
It I»
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tiixti »lii*' elmriketer 1» a p«-rf«s-t » v i»
of Anv ricau |v*trh>lUiii mid American
ni*nli,>«l:
h!pa lu a ncvt*r
ti nun
ami If v, it f.*r president «ml v ,
>4dtk*si a duly «tel lias alwavs t»'«-n
•sj'.a 4. any rincrg- ncv. McKIniev
| t, .i<t* i *. rrspeeSlv
■ iii lidalis of ail patriotic
('■ <o*l ill«*l).loi l»a* kniet leujgv
'I lie K* I'Ulilican is
Mat*
!v, are Hie Idea! !
|>t gr* vs
|haak! .à| 11||«
Hike« limilMr I« Is tnn*(*
'ns *>l Ingli honor, efean rwtsinlv
I eumpcteni.
tu H« pulillean is prom) **f t)
ai d *s.ti ni v ticket «»van-» ii
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e in \«.Uk l\ h r * a* t, and « \» r\
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.-*• I« !» made up >*f elt|.
#• I>s slew |»-r «mal ,,o.l |Ki|ttlewl ne
v*n|s at# .
au a ter win »*- reput at loti»
thev st vu.t
1 1 Tsllnl
»ftuarHv up»»ti their prloelpIeK . 1 * rf*v>- 1
f T c«>mp* tenrv amt Integrttv arr uu
-jlinl f < xm lair :
I»**-» use
u hi lea tut and have never iven guilty of
trampling those principles under f'»ot
for the miserable s|h»I1s of office,
which pram possession of a high
sense t.f political honor: Ivcausc they
are the choice of their party and not
the result of a disgraceful fcirter t«
tween isdltlclans of dltferc.t political
faiths.
The Repiiblbyin does not. ask Its
rentiers to take this general declara
tion as comilisive evidence or the su
l**riorit> of republican principles and
republican candidates. Much spare
will be rh-voted lief ween now and No
vember t< » logical arguments in sup
in, It of these assert Ions, and tints we
hope to fontrlhuie our little mite to
ward I In- brilliant surren« w hich
awaits republican principles anti can
didates In Nnvernljer.
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The democrat ie ncwspais rs of I lit
west are st 111 trvinp t<> make [Hillt.lcal
capital out of t lie once (Hipular preju
dice In tin s, parts against, the sup
porter» of the sound money diu trine.
This may is- taken as a confession of
tin- weakness, cspcclaliy in the west,
of their paramount issues in the Kan
sas < it y platform, imix-riallsiii and
in 1111 arlstn. 'fliese newspapers arc
Hi id Ins' it up hill work to interest vo
ters by rliars'lnif Imperialism against
an ail iiiinisl rat ion wliicli has rescued
tin* Iiib.ibltanl n of Hawaii, Porto
Itico, 4 tilia and I lie l'lilllpplnes from
t tie cursi- of impe, iallsni: Iik• ■ w tse t he
bugali, » I of militarism Is talliiix Hat
anions a people who responded ~,nnu.
04X1 Strong w tien President McKinley
cal let I for hsi.uui volunteers to avenge
I lie ileal h of t he heroes of the Maine.
No the democrats of the west are
forceil to return to their lirst love, hi
to 1. Hut even on this ouee popular
issue they are (loomed to encounter
serious obstacles. Ureal clianifshave
mine ovei the people since a demo
crat leur a fimlonlst candidate fur office
con lit make » sui Cessful cam
PuIkh by merely saying tie wtis in fa
vor of Id to i while Ids opinaient Is a
«old tniif. A ifreai majority of the vo
ters. w ho holiest ly lielleved In lHtMi
t hat lii to I was a I iso I n tidy necessary
to restore prosperity after a ilemu
••riltie bliy'lil, have ts-coine convinced
of t heir error and in conseqttence their
fait li In repuiillean prinelples Is st rony,
er than ever, while those who still
persist in climrlnif to the heresy Imrn
of ilemocrat Ic cxpcillcncy arc stlsplc
lolls of the Kansas ( Ity platform tiis'
«lel». And their suspicious arc not
altuyfcther without foundation. In
I lie lirst place, lb to I has been
relegated to tin- rear in t lie plat form
ami even tills obscure |Misltinu was
hotly contested by the eonmiltlee on
platform. In flic second place, every
iiidulier of I lie Kansas 4'lty platform
committee who opposed the lb to 1
plank represented a state which is In
the habit of returning' democratic
electoral vot i s and elect tup dnnncrat
Ic congressmen, While those UlcmlH'rs
wlm favored It and lltmlly won out liy
a narrow majority represented the
stales w hlfli arc not In the I mbit of
returning democratic electoral votes
, ** ,r ''I'-cting democratic congress
1,1 ">>rd place, the mem
I'hmn of t he Kansas t tty plat form com
1,1,1wl '" ri ' v " r,, 4l ,u 1 represent
»ml territories with a total
'l*d«-gi»t ion In the Ion of nol to j
4-xeeetl ltd out 4 if a total delegaHon 4<f [
more than taxi, the members of
eoinmlt tee w t»u o|qhisisl lb t
cot lug t lie balance,
mendier of the committee from II,t
d
t
» tli, vvtnw Vote lie, tiled Ute fate ( ,f !
J 4 . to 1 , lia, I .is much |M,vver as tin- '
lut'nils'f from I ,-xas, wldclt state tisu
:i 1 1 v ret urns a den, -suit Ic matt, rity of
from l.'Ai, 4 Xxi to 2 <xi,ixxi. Even it Itryau
1 H *" s <icrrssful ami a malorit.v
" r 1 >*«•» congress t». d--,ms-rubs, la to -
1 ""»Id not stand a gltost of it simvv .
! That ts w liât ts setting tin* hi b, I fa j
i ,u * n «'* tlilnklng. himI w liât is liable I
!
|
"
1 ,, " o|n ' Nettrask.», since ms iiomlna
! lieu, that they tin' «l«*iu*i*'tnts
I repris j
For example. 1 lie j
|
|
t
prov<> an losiirinmintaMv
dvM.l, Ic
gain
!
n t lie weaklings win, h,,|s' t
•ounty ami state ,-ffic* s l>v ap|s-al!ng |

l * .1 pr»*}ti'l «* t* lil« h w.in nuire
l.ir In l*Vb ami *than in*\>.
lirvan W rt*ftM»rl«Ml !«« havt s.iul h.
pi i a
v meneau
IliuiiN stat, ini nt lias
l.r*>ugiit out a uumU-r ,,f questions
bid), it would s. , n,. ,
,-rator and
'• rn.-r on t tie Vu ,-ri an Pag.
ask 'Ir
It Is
l.ryan
|H*rUuvut t
- *Ih'h. in h«\n«'h*H nam**. did t!i«> dem
i*«irn«*r on t lit*
* " 1 ' *■' ' 1
'Ir.
t*» ,u^«ir
inlglit emtw'vri ivs the U>v
bis (anal lent Mt|'[s,rters.
qiesMoin we rejs'at
ib'in-s ml Ie jvtrt* get It s corner oit t lie
dag v*tt.-n it t*r*sl u|s,u it at F ,t
''Hinter ' t >r
V niong
Did Hie
t Ill'S*
w ts it when Cleveland
r*l. ,.-*l it ttaul.sl <1- -wn n It,
\o*l wluit a» t |u tlu- jmst r*-c*rd of ( j,,
I* nos rat!*• partv warrant» ttiem in
is tlte especial guard'.n »
declanillon <>f iini>T»-n>icn.-*
!
assuming t
j*>f I lie
an*l the
s|»lr»f
is 'list tlUH- >u ,-f III«' I tilled
I 'id I tin «mi in is j iioiui
a itgvn for president who s.ud ih*
fUAf
; <s*nsHt ttllor. of Hr*' I oiled Males was
1 .» league wdl h death ami a c-i.-naui
Im*Iu i V|r. Kii ti, »run
tilng male, A llai E st, veiason, wl„n
t !» lu il ' - **
" llr *'°' s 1,1 r * trying i
'get a
!|1 *' ! ■ n Hie \u . ri an bay
vol vers f**r Hie Ki-lglits ,,f the t,.
' 'RO'""' "ici ...uld r. sisi Hn ii
H ii*»t Uu'
1 nu*' " vvlp>. nererthclr
ie\\
n .
nv
Hie
w :
-n-n,
U\
orthodox faith, and who profess to Iv
followers of Jefferson and Lincoln,
should answer these questions?
week Is !
The result of the triangular eonven
t I'm held at Pocatello last
nothing less than might have been'
expected from any set «if men who
alined at no higher purpose than to
harter away t heir polit leal principles.
After spending five days wrangling
over thes|iollsof offiee the disgraceful
proceedings ended with an irreparable
breach betw.. the impullsts and
democrats, which resulted in placing
I wo miserably weak state tickets in
the Held. Before the end came there
was general disaffection among the
delegates, many of whom went home
in distrust Ivfore the tickets were
nominated. The democrat ic plat form
Is a dlsapivintment to the anti-St,ui
nenbertf faction because it contains
no specific declaration against the
governor's arbitrary policy in Uh- |
. . . und the same element ,
Is further disappointed because the j
,M ' kH is 11 .."'«•
warnng factions with the ntlds In fa
vorof the.steunenhertr winp. On the
other hand, the povemor's supporters
are In a sulk ng mo,si I,cause the
platfon,. contains no specific déclara
lion in ravor of law and order, and he.
cause (he mixed element Which eon
■on vent Ion compromised
the party by namlnp for Pnited
The breach Is-twecn the populists
anil the nther wings of t lie opp- sitlnn
to repuliUcanisin in tIlls stale is irre
parable, at least so far as the people
"f tills state arc concerned. Tin* pop
ullsts ilemantl what the democrats are
not anti never will In* willing to
«•'«*«•■ !"»«• ">e former appear t
*'<|Ually tlrm in their dem , id. The
theM'aders may get Ingrl lier before elec
trollefl the
St,tiles Senator a man who is tub
d unoerat.
a
The party Is .split from
stem to stern and is doomed to an ig
nominious defeat at tlis polls in No.
v unber.
ioa statement appearing in Mon
day's Spokesman-Review, Dubois is
quoted as saying thaï lie, a.sthe fusion
candidate for the «'tilled States sen
ate, will carry all tint tvro counties in
flic state, lint why concede two
counties? Why not make it unani
mous? It was (tie only opportunity
I Mibnls will ever hn\c to carry a major
ity of the counties in the state, and
Hie only manner in which in
curry tlii-in, and we cannot under
stand why lie did not carry all of the
count h>s while In- was at I Ins carrying
business. In this cimiu-i-i ion
might refer to Dubois' record as a pol
it leal prophet. In lKfHf he said there
would In- less than I,hi McKinley votes
in the state. I le just missed it (i.pHt.
In lsi is he said I hi* fusion majority in
t he state would lg» from lû.uno to 20,
iHHi, and tiie republicans would not
poll .re than half as many votes as
they did in isiiti.
vote was only about 17 , ihm, and the
publicans Increased
si IVligt ll to bt.ôiH).
fusion candidate for
senator, carries two counties in tiie
state lie will have to do some great
hustling between now and November.
Dubois' political deal li dates buck to
IHtMi, and wc do not believe in t lie
tirrert Ion of t lie dead
ferial form.
can
v
The total fusion
r«'
tiieir voting
I f I hltKiis, as t he
I'nited States
rcs
i h it in t in- ma
rot « -
U*
Mich
! alt luimiliatlng extern that llo honora
' 'dc cltl/.i-ti could support tin- ticket.
1 li*' democrats w ill laive to haul down I
*'V,rv candidate on t heir t ickd who is ,
« »l»)*-**t tollable t, » the populists and
Hils vvotiltl in ituie t lie < andldates for !
- k»'crnor and attorney general, who |
cre s-iemienlM-rg men. Vud even if
j the democratic leaders were willing to
I humiliate I Itelr organisation to that
"'■•tc pardoning ts,ard.
j and patdi up their
j dut If they do it w ill Is- at the
pense of I lie hcimx-riit i<- part v t
ii iTcrcnccs,
CX
1
extent, they could not justitv t lu'irac- ,
(leoplt* Of tile Mate.
■oiidude that a
! I »»«li lH f«»ri* t In*
| "ho would naturally
•••ret compact
»is cm--red into b.- 1
tw en the democrats and populists,
granting t lie l itter jirM
what Hiev
. ,,,
1 r of ,|K V
.
!
1
asked
.it ENnatcll»
* »** *"stnl ,,f county C"inmissioneis 1
with having paiti ««ut «.W of the pe<>
pie's money for work ami nuterlal ,-.s- j
, t minted to ts- worth ,V>. and tliat !
til«'amount w is |>.iui out without tin
Tltrougti t lu s,'
"lumus two weeks
ag>, and ii|v,n tlte word of an Itom.ra
file eill/en.
I he lh'puhllran
*l*p!- ted t*y t he t ranvtct ion.
far Hi*
knovv ii-dg.
<*r appiMval of th.
,,f "re nil district, wh*»
ov *-rs,-or
■ fund was
Vml s*>
■ lias U-, n no denial ami
*s*rreellon. In view
th--uviu.ls .1--''.»rs ,f tiie
m o v |g.v, lw
i>resm
is line t
Ip •
'f tiie fact that
'll • \l*endc*t l*y
mi l !s aid on r,*at1 vv rk.
taxpayers *.r th*'
Hut in explatgit im« tv made.
it
* • Hint v
«Miter
«
11 1 will 'll»,
» - an invi sUgaii u will iv in ,...| -
Hill A
i'f • h î f i:,u Micti :|tl tnv. ,<t w
!
ll.tt Would
ll"A
•'"rruption anil , v
Mem •■[ nun
i
-
I
-n lu ti - ivdi a .
•»' agan.-c n tl
reformers
|mm «»f tip* r m «n
[
I- r their adminis
tration tin-emintv has hetMi t li.ng.ai
funiier into dein unlit ,
4 'J",«Xxi ar ,1 the isse
't*>lhing i*> show :
ha > (»
the »n.
Tli*' piank
platform r,f.
U! lût*
r*- :hlu'un
t'« lik* i'»■* ;,r il*•
Alone matter is clean cut ami to the
[**<int. There is no ehanee for eonfu
sinn-or misconstruction. ft declares
emphatically in favor of law and or
der and expresses eon Rile nee In the
! part v*s ability to master tie situât hit'.
It promises to enforce the law through
the established forms of law and not
through martial law and the permit
svsteni. No good anti law abiding rit
i/.eti I»- be employer or emnlove.
find fault with their
Contrast this plank in tie- republican
platform with the detnoeral h- plant,
whit'll is remarkable to sa v the least.
in that It upholds nothin«',
not hinif and sa vs not hi tor. and plainiv
shews ttpe ear-marks of exnrdleni-v.
| methods pursued bv S.ennenbertr and
, s , n ,. !air ( ,ttrlne the 4 'oeur ,F Urne
j According fo the Dr.-s
every news-taper which did not arJj
p r „ V e of the ...rmit svs
leni WBS ln leap,ic with Ihedu.am'
t( . r s. and every man who denounced
,, nv ,. rr „„-s ,,oiie V toward men..
,,.. rs miners' union who were!
known t(lh „ inn ,. . , |nv w
(Mlw WBS „ dangerous elt'/en We
predict a radical ehanee in the po|je V
,,f the Press, hut shall take the trou
ble later on to pub]isii some of Scott "s
elTusions on these matters.
can
rl#*fiar?4t io»..
if>rb*r*i ns
Halç. " Seul t lieoiiii" a can
pefnre
didate for the |epi:, hit lire on the fi'i-jH
si,m t icket. the Press Ixildlv branded
as a red-handed anarehist evert
who dared to criticise the arbitrary
t i i ; I n
1 11 the fusion arrangement at I'o«'»
tello 1 lie silver repulilieans got a can
didate for se-retarv of stale. Rut,
I hey appear to lie well satisfied arid no
doubt consider themselves liickv hy
getting any thing at all on the mi-;..ru
ble showing they made. The leaders
of tills all hut defunet organization
will ask t lie rank and lil" to vote tiie
democrat Ic state ticket in eonsidera
I ion of t lie democrat ic promise b
Dubois senator in case they control
tiie legislature. A few inav take
•k in lids promise, tint too many
will remember how Dubois was lie
travel! by the d-'ntocrats four years:
ago, and the result of the Olie-sided
fusion arrangement can easilv he
,
(
sl
We predict that t lie populists of t i tis
county and state will break tiieir
neeks in rallying to Hie support of the
fusion legislative tieket si lice Dtlhnis
font roiled 1 lie democratic convention.,
for Idmsolf, hut refused to intercede
in lielialf of tiie populists lo the end
that a fusion arrangement between
them and Hie demoerats could tie en
t'-red into on the state ticket.
Elsewhere on this page appears theiH
the state and county reput.l.can plat-;
form. This plat form will appear 4'tich
week during t lie campaign. Wc have
faith in the repulilican pledges and
are not afraid to let the people know
what they arc. We shall also print
tlie nat louai platform whenever spur
P 'I'mits.
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Nine*' Hi*' populists and democrats
failed income together on a fusion ar
rangement in tin* state the arrange
ment at Coeur d'Alene is more than
ever regarded in the light of an ■•lion
orahlc" union and a matter of princi
pic l>y the candidates on tin 1 fusion
Alstm lor .l..ln,»..i, 4>ver.
The Johnson abduction case t"ok on
I another phase at tin- preliminary
, t rial Indore .lust ice of tile I'cacc Harte
at 4 'in-iir d'Alene this week, and as a
! result Johnson was I toil ml over with
| Umd ti\e,i in the sum >,r *l.tx*>, which
he has so far been tinafdc to furnish,
.while Miilkenthin, the father of tin
-'iris, was released,
ticket.
It will la- ot herwisc vv it Ii 1 In
pc,pi
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\t Up- pi'clitni
Mulkentliin girls
denied tlie story w hi Ii tlicy iiad p.|d
t tic I lakota officers .
, nary trial flic t*v
and I'eputv Sheriff
1 liradbun . and which had placed John
son in Hie light
»I a EK'iU'fiictor and
hr.imletl their own father as a henioiis
nmnsier. They denied that tiieir
V father had Is-en guilty of any
. and gav, most damaging
! against Johnson. There
1 ts- a general suspicion t liât
in t Ins ease is !« ng
and t lie t r,a!
y wrong,
C'1,1, nn
apjs'ars t. >
some om
"U.'pircd against.
■i J "lins.n in tiie dis
eourt will lie awaited with nuteli
1 Interest. Jolmsou is a rattier inn,,
:n! "'king indiv ida.d and vv.>til,i not
j sl,> l'*-, ted of crime,
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N 1 *r ii .1 st h,
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Ktst.-rn Mastiington is interest*- I in
' now prtn-'ipal . is j st
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t Ills school.
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l'r* f. .». K.
O -rk f• *r the institut .•
M i ? Ifr. th*'
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principal, comes t
»! it- from V-orusfca where lie lia»
put»
lie
flic
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«-dthMtt ;li! nuftTi/iup in
»lung a .
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s*nne ' i< n vv up
Nebraska.
til*' I'university <
liefnre I bat I itne h*- vv.
■ni oft auqilifli noiiuai univer
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pr*s
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t - • 41: ■ r I!.. ». hav
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ami nc.
I Vit
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hml rotiini
m»' new t.'a«*lH i
1 11-' isiuise i> |o I
lengthened and si rengUiems!.
idar empliasis -
ii,- ' 'Ugh ui.tsi- >-\
for
\t year.
sUlltnbcclu
Fart ic
W ill Iv phi< 'cd on I lie
of I lie enmiuoil
■'Mi ll. ' and m-«hods of to s-hiug i u
ra! ». h.. ».
Tli«- new term will
i (Ht. R. gis
- letnivr
Isvird can Iv had at
Frosp, ,-[ n s »;
I lie j>rm. itgii at
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c| ;;rova! nf tli** rmtkmai ptsit forr
*<! :tf Piiiittdt-iphiu; it.*»
fiu-fi by tin« o;
>»f tli* Ira In 1st ration of
Williarii '!»*l\|n!**y umi Itself
to tin- supjiort ilif*
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fting of the r
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ability of Ll
administration to si t
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of siatf -siuansliip wliieli lias ('iiarueti r
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1 Ih ir iMtification.
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law anil Order.
Tin past history of Hie republican L >
party in I|n record in this state is a ') J
Mil ieu 1 if 11 1 rantee that public order
ill Id- maintained therein; that life
ill be protected and ,
enforced Ufxni aii L
àj alike Hirou^h f In* established forms of L
law ; that no man shall la* deprived of r *
life, liberty or proper«v without due
process of law : nor shall tin- right of
any
tract for laltor or employ men« in ac
•e with law U* in any wise cut
tailed or interfered w it It.
State Mailers.
W«* condemn tie* poiiey of ihe pr«»«- •/1
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^ conduct them solely for the purpose .
•J of the pulilic 4^oo<| sind not in the inter- j
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lo s*s-k and obtain or con
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I'nited
i wlileii lias furtiier resulted
I lie state thousands of
«j aeres of valuable timber lantis.
eondemn the ftniicy
ministration in e
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Wc iT*umn»ln*r with fcHintrs of irrat
itudt* and pi*ldc Ihu trallans and pa- Pj
« riol ic services jvmifivd to our conn- |>
try by tin* brave volunteer uoldiers
from Idaho, and trlory in tiieir deeds
of valor und faithfulness to tiieir cull
to duly. We pledge 1 he
of « he republic;
« ion of their services.
IhulorNeinent of Senator.
w.-i-mlo-se theconrs,. of lion. <;*-o. ft*
fl , lf I)f l( | alm l nit ,. (1
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The republic;«
in cc
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s» inl>Icd. viewing with n 1
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H s!,! i'*o and pride tin- admirable L
H manner in wiiit'li the republican ad- H
minis«ration has conducted the at
i| fairs of i lie nation during
tl»i*« e y» his. airtl looking for
•«•ess in t he ;
ake these déclarât Ions :
Nuthmal I*latf4»ru> \pprove«l.
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We umpialiticdly ♦ ndor>e
tin* administration of I'resiilent W il- r
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J pt, \\v t-speehiiiv ,,i—. m,. f:
tmunpt und patriotic maiino- in wtiicl,
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tnLmLVioL.Tan," o'n'u"',',,
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in the ,::,t loï, a i
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Wc ntl«usi.'istit*aily
nominalion «>f l*i>-sidci»t M«*I\ini*
l tin nomination f«>r vie
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y plcvitfo »air carneiftt sup|y»rt to
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fill i-ste.-m of t!
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Fi he ! s guarded and adkancv tl
« h«ir ini - - tedtbdr w«
My Ills HUtVcssf**!! effort** in tit. L»
'»v* t.f iij«- fn «' Itonics I»!, hr lus
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Mrs. W. , Rogers . •
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vicinity to com, mu,(J i u
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and children'!» l| H i, Ht ,,. TjT
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Lace for ladles' wash ,]
Baby Bonnets and Caps.
very thing usually kept I
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JUSTICE OF TIIE Pi
Real Estate,
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Choice Wines, Liquei
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Pool and Billiard R«
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New linn«—-—
Heddquarters tor deliuc
Beef, Pork, Ye
Mutton and Sai
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of Ii is propertv^B
calling at tie' ■■•'?«
of i-'irst and Mid^fl
Rathdrum. ldali-- ■«•
MARSHS RESTAURA*
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'•'•at lands in t h< "t «:« *.tf i .
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