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"All other offices arc om mere sate- was
Utes revolving around a luminous tin*
ImmIv." This quoi at ion is from an ar- I*
I let* which ap|h-ar»-d in last week's is- pie
Hue of the local fusion organ, and re
f'-m to tlie eoiml y auditor and record
it's office. Theariich- In ipn-sllon Is
a stud led effort at misrepresent Ion of
facts, and this refneoe. to that office
Js an it pi Illust nit Ion of ih< at tempt ut|
to
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For l*n»t*ai«* ,Iu«lg«*
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For « ommUxlo
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mieli mlsre|ire*«-niatIon.
Crom that article It would ap|>eii
that the fusion organ has uudertakei
the herculean task of holding the rejj
jmhlh an part v r-s|Miiisihle
lv'Hilenal count > 's 1 ltd elded ness atidl,
wit h this objeel in v h- w , Is at tem|it Ing
to pn-jiaro Its n ad' is foi what Is t
follow tiv trv ing to m il. Hi mi Iw-liev ■
Ilia* the county auditor and rceonhjr
Is Ute **w hoi-- thing. " V ordlng t o l his
»lew tin- republicans would have hccii
(it eoinphde l'ont ro| o| affairs III lh|s
i-outuy for tlte It year- n- vt preiSMlitlg
I he dale ujsin which the pr. sent It
slon adlnlnlst I at ton cane- Into (aivver,
ts-eause liunng t lie vv liol- of I hat pe|r
rli.l tlte IncnmtH-nl or t he auditor aijd
recorder's office Wits a re|Ulh|ieait.
Ill view of t he record mad-• bv I lie
jua-Hcnt b-kirtl of eomml si -neis durl ig
Ibe |sts! one aud on- half year , t ie
organ's Insinuation Is a , vere n-lli
(Ion on ,lno, < . t atlahan. the prc.se
(••nut) auditor, but it n > doubt r»
NUI» t hat some OU'- will bave I II I H- sae
rlfeud lit the present ein.-ig.-nev and,
since silver republicans have prutjen
excellent
emtle puriKtses In I he ptsi, why sho
,i sliver republh an I« spared in ihis
liislatiei-V
Itlit tin laxpat. rs know a thing nr
of
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a t
eat 's-paws for \ ti ions (lento. ■
tld I
• wo, among wtiteh k Ho f.o-t that |lhe
l.iatd of 'cuot y i -i-Miossiniiers and Jnot
i Im- auditor and n -r 1er arc the gt ,ir
illaiut ot Hit- |«-opie's aff ills. The du
ties and res|»uislt>tlit I.--, of county
»•ommtsslotiers are ipitte Well unter
HtiH.I t>v tlie average taxpayer
need not N coutiio rat« I here t ( ,ia
list) Huit fact, suffi*'» to say ttiat It
ts they wtio at- n->p mslble t . *r
ion niter In which the public fund
rxptUMlfd.
Aisxinltng I" Hie fusion orr vn's
»•ry tb<- r»-j»iil»lleaisi were In com
eoltlrol of affairs to this county mm
issô to Is-n, win m to trutti and In »>-,
In
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ll»ey were In eompi , ■ >i»t »-> -t for only
lour years during th at p- r,-d. .»n-l ,he
('•IlHIt) re« -IdsWI b ar ,s ont (n t Ite
lUURHvnl.
from Jamino l
s«'U ui**I Gv>i»ge
,1,-111-(CrUtlN Well- rn.'lllk Is of the |-o»,„.
Bas
t Dr.-.
t XX » « i
The t
e ls sh«*w
that
- t,. t "; John Bus.
It Wann.», ott.
It
,v Ikstnl; from t
*1!. Lo n. I,., net Joint Feriuin,
demi» tais, eoiiil» >■ t I lie Coin-t y l.sird ; '
fnmt ixv.iiflisi, t liarli-, I.ikit,
rge Kills, two
! to ls»,i, John
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M«>hn
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»util y
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era,» ,tn,t ,,t»e i pub'( -.*n,
c iiiii,,. fr >m Iv<t ,, j-.
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I. I taggrlt. \, .1 . I'i hug ,,i x ]
Ninttti. ,»«, ,1, ni, . ut. nut un,- i, -put.
lie.in Wi re , -iiuii xsi, : rx fr>,
,11 1»!»>, Hu re V- N 4 full re,-ll
I'ur'l. .-»«Hi like" - fr 1 :i l»t>.
fn-m 1 HS*T t>- t' - >. tl, ,.>un:>
n l«*».l
lixMtl
Usml
was oimpuaxl »>(
tu- repultlie.ln, on,
silver r, pulele-tn .tin! on- ,t,'iii |a>pii
(t it
ll Mill litas ». s** ii fli.il ilh* r«*
iv „u.fe Were in (MUtploio n int ml
-2 . .. •-». +
Mrnntt ,r th© It veang|»|i
Tlie
H*»,Ut <*
! - ii i. - ■ is also prit lug
• tta- |. , I I iMpm "<lof
«•very l»* ukI Ihsucof this county, except
tin- hint oife, was engineered by a dem
ocratic t«>ard of commissioners, and
; tin last issue for about was
j mafic at the request of the taxpayers
I exjiro.socd at a special election held h r
I that purpose, and the money was used
for the redemption of outstanding
w arrants, a legacy left by the infamous
Billing- Daggett democratic boarrl.
j The«* - are facta from the county re
eortls. < on, pare them with what ap
red In last week's issue of the local
fusion orirati. and then reflect. I to
I wonder at the organ's efforts to
mi ke It appuar that the auditor and
order's office lias been the "whole
I hm*r" during a period of It years?
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IVAN AXU T«K 4ttM*l*KRUI£.%l>K.
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I'li.-ii t lie "paramount." issue in tin
-miM-ratie national platform of l!8do
not in-w in American |«>UticK iswri!
I
de
, ts
r kiiown to every student of history.
'Imperialism" and "militarism" were
tie "|>aramount" issues in the rop
i im rhead state and national platforms
!
fi rougliouL the north rlurihg and im
nJi-diatelv afti-r the close of the late
r. Im-IIIoii. (.'opiierhead leaders did
I lien, as Mr. Bryan aud his supporters
d > now. pretend to see in the policy
o' the rej.ulili.^in j.arty t tie beginning
o'the end of this republic and sigbs
of tin- api.roai hing monarchy. Time
has proven these predictions false in
every particular. The republican
I arty was then engaged in work the
i II imate success of which meant the
s! reiigtlii-idiig of this republic and the
p-rpetuation of its lieiietieent institu
! tions; and time has fully demonstrated
11lie w isdom of Lincoln's policy. Then
s now the republican party was en
jjpiged in tiuHlng down rebellion on
soil over which floated the stars and
I jitri|M*K, and as now the copperheads
its( were criticising that policy upon the
ground that it would lead to the «les
... this repuidie and the os
t tbllsluiieiit of a mmjarehv. And t l „.
republican party's policy today is :
based up..,, the same fundanu-ntal i l
principles and self-evident truths , w !
was Its policy during the dark days of
tin* rels-Ulon. It Is a policy which ap
I* ails to t he patriotism of a free peo
pie and which leads to national!
strength, honor and glory. Those
who crltlclst- that pulley today stand j
Is precisely where those sIoimI In isi;:i
of
ut| that the critics of I Mild were more dan-1
gi-runs enemies to the flag than I hose i
who shot at It and trailed It in the !
dust ; and history Is repeating itself. |
t 'nlldlt lolIH Were far more favorable .
to tin* critics In lMiid than arc the eon- !
dit Ions to the critics of )uoo. Then !
. , , ,
tba- nr.- or the country «as at low ebb.
I t Is (IlfTerent now. The republic Is
more llrmy established than l-vi-r lie
fora- In I he history of I he country, and
while the policy or a political party
might Stop the wheels of progress Tor
.1 short time, American patriotism
and manhood won RJ make short work
„ , .
«»r .hiv party whonr |>«»llcy was anta^o
tilsilc to the fundamental principles
of II'mtI) or almeiLat the destruction
S j k
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wliticritlcist'd the policy t^f the Lin
ctdinidmlnlKi rat ion. Time has proven 1
rejj

his
lie
ig
ie
nr
of I Ills republic.
In the light of historical facts, Bry
an's i-osltlnn on the "paramount" is
sue In ff.HXt is too aliKUrd for even li
moment's consideration, and Ids re
-e. j fleet Ions on the lnt*-grtty and patriot-!'
ni I Ism of a president vvliose administra- 1
a t ion has proven a signal and most bi ll
liant success, rich In results t»oth nt I
home and abroad, and commanding
the admiration of th»< whole world,
■ proves tilm to ts- a man utterly tin 111 -
tld I ted for tlte high office to which he as
pires.
The following comparison of Bryan
and Yallandigham by the Chicago 1 m
j
|lhe ter » »eean Is most tImely
Jnot Mr llrv*
,ir
du
It
mm
»>-,
i
s
must havit been giving ills «lav
il nights f « * stvuiy «»f « U'inent I.
digliain's
V illan
Thi
t *i k
n<*l»»rl -ms
copper
In id's thouglit «t urs* ee)»«M'«| In all 'ft lli>
1* li Is stmlliart>
lluniglit is natural f«*r Mr |lr\
' ' aUwiidlgliaiu In MWk udv«h*at« s stirrviitlt r to !
w j Hff K
! \ »Hamitgli im's mn*it vloU nt «»*>1
at»', s|Mss*|| « u
III«' j Moan* Veriu»n,
U*,, j « Uitning l»ls
j military servants lle» tt»«l .
for such crliictsin the fact that |
In tin* face of «singis*
l*i Mexico might Is*
hunts onl hospitable gravis
•Went spavin«
0,1..
i
U '**" , '> r !
Hglil to crith ls«* the acts «*f tlte i
tr« is«u»
• hdlx« r«*il May l Iset. at
Ut» h». Mt»
» |iiv«'«H|**iit 1
k ti<*p» a
weUti
!
,
i
b«I with hUt.nl}
Mr llr> t
111 Ills Sjwwh of r|«H*V|»t all**«' «»I«
at Indianapolis. U«au l'i |nu
th*' same right of cHUcKm ami i'v.i
\»U*
I
altitii
,he m- »
Ite
Dr.-.
-•>hI
<*.ir pmiHlt'iiti
N » 1-oullgi.a
<• 11 * > g « * of t he su pprs
a »h k«ui i
war » war f«»r the «rttwhlag out **f
*«i the rs pxiblli
XX » « i mmtst rati**«» «lui not tttxli t«i ,<lt»| (In .«
■ *f
'
the
>■« v»i,m revolt
>1 UUtKH
lllvrty '*
lie d«vl
Hd
If
It h»d It
'coiihi have saxxxi the >«.•»
In th«- sa ti
1 1 x « -s ;
lowi at F r»st«'rh*k*t»urg '
Mr »try.«
; '
Wl**kl of th« SUppO
is » war *»f ».
aurighusxus. ' f«»r which
»n «»f thei
•». tt.s nil- :
I « : X, revolt
as it w ,

y
II*
IlWew )*.« Inti
did
inatvsl thwt « h*
,1:
Iiiutrnlloi
«* r* piihlli
*lsli
loendUu w ,
Th
l»wny. a«*
**%»rv dr«>p «>f 1 »>»sh1
saht.
t , ill:««
ltd«' f
Ih«* l k titl)pptii«*(v"
N ■ t»«ligh *i ft .«rvd » f>* h
!«J result ln «I»*' ov«*rt!imi
r****t»
]
f.i
the unit*« j
,«f ? h** republic. !
riw
' (»«* «xiia. "ar*' *xt««*mpr
II«* freqit«*nt!y
1 f tluvw« In nui l»«>rU>
l«*».l
mg tq » slgbiksli n dc»potl»t
rxs*urr*si t«i this Idea
•si ti».*. »*-> «us I»'' sal» ti.xir ;ff'rpv^s
»«• *» »:-! It« Ul« .Du« s;h . h. th, |*v, \»
«I ix imxii-irx hy [
U* xl»*prlv«Hl ,»f t)»«*lr lliw'rtl« -*
»1)1 t** e»t»bllid»«sl
Hrj
on,
\l
likewise f«*
d I In»« mforeing
«u4l wtj
r«*- v»*»« rt«*
\mvrW;
«ult lu tin republic's owr thn »w
u id n- j
i«i th* i
ml
s»Ä"Ä"n:-*^
He
-pm
• )»« HiHIpuln, -a
' s'»«si.h r t ' • . i
**1« * U«*ii th«* onlv
» i hts h» a
iipxxrtahsi
lug ««•■ luip'
ly" •■
e.
I . ,
II«* fr« quent !y «'Xpriiwu'd l»U dread
Ut* ihai the *T«*pui>
ialism.
*»f u tiioiiü ivîiy.
iicaii party l»;t« accepted thu F.nmpuan Idea
and |>iuni«*d it M-if upon the ground tuki-u by
deoru'v 111
Of tours» Mr. Hryan's *tnli*rm*ntJ4 now :
baselc**. Ids pn
ii mini«*d. s
ut at erneut 9«, f**ar» and pit— |
f lise, hi"» f»*ars in
diet Iona
VuUandlghaiu t
d h* I tons in IMS.**. The ivpubllran party «■**
tiblished rm monarchy th»*n ami dm»» not
i ven dr«-a in of « s, ablUhing on«* now
v«r**
\S
,
w hat Ahruha ru j
;n Hing n l>«*
M«*Klnl«*y is doing now Just
Lincoln w is d*••
thei
i
if the I*tilled States.
«»bey the In
« in I Im* ot 1 m r hand. M i. Hryun ami Ids pa ri y
'ing rebels, just a
and his party did then.
S \ atian- .
That Mr.
digl.a
Ifryan sbouhl
us«* N allundigbam's argu- !
laws nf the j
ll
enf«
clng tiu
en li*
l'nltetl States Is altogether natural. Tin* «*x
* , iis**s und u giimeiits for se«*«*s*»ioh ami relx l
iion are always lia >»tm«*.
againi
in . i*it niukk.
If additional pr.a.f wore neoft'-fl to
show that Governor Steiinonbern's
c.H'iir (I'Alcno |M.Iio> is an issue in the
state campaign this year t hat proof is
furnished by the attitude of the dém
ocratie press of Idaho. 'Their posi
tion on ilds ijuesth.n reminds one of
the fellow who is afraid of his own
shadow in other words a cow ard. A
irreat majority of these newspapers
have so tar failed eit her to endorse or
condemn any art of their chief execu
tive in this mat t er. while the few who
are eonrajreous enough to say some
thing have conti tied their efforts to a
misconstruction of the labor plank in
the republican platform. Their ob
ject is to confuse tin- voter and de
tract attention from their party's
miserable record, lint in this they
will fail and their party w ill be held
I to a strict accounting for the acts of
its governor, notwithstanding the ut
tempt at expediency in failing to
make tln-ir position clear through a
st might forw ard plat form declaration.
The declaration in the republican
t
is s '-' 111 P 1 " 1 " K "«*
!iH, ' u "d "dmlts or no miseons! met ion.
1,1 ' Itis connect ion t he views of lion,
: M * 1>avis ' all,u " r " r ,ht ' lal,,,r
i l ,lal,k 1,1 ,he n ' |, " 1,li, ' a " ' >lalfori "' a,v
w ! Interesting. Under the caption of
j hmiui
ail ihc i
rah other :
i ,l|y i<iiai on this quest inn into
! Un « "»' ■' <»y
aaf sa-lf-lnlera-st, (mrliallv lillmla al i-a Ihc alia—
| , lf Jllst |,.„ , lMO lruill , ... ..visimg
. saaa-lnl a-anaalllliaiis. with Ilia, a-aumm-r-a-lal spll-it
! (tomtnam. tha- arauim-iit <*r iha
! Ihl1 ' " ls ' ,l '' r i*'" h,
"Ul ul »null tlims and sueli tup
wUI „. s , u „lausii.i, ;.i„i
Is utterly Iguaai-a s tha- lala-a of maaral aahllitaliian. |
The ra-sult Is enaplaiy.-rs la
w " rl '
n",'v'u.kc a sumsisl.lonal ,-as.a in Illustrate
t liana A Hilm- Is ala sea.v.-n-il In N.irlli l.lahaa:
hpraavastai l>a- Imnia-nsa.ly rla-li Inla-IIGa-nt
A» 11 "'Mil ana i-inplnyt-al t a a ml ia<
a tu l ni!ll tie* g» * in* P« His ore. Ib*ali/.iim lia*
u„. n„.
pi"V'
mine
lulu«'
"linlh Sides" he expresses himself as
fnlbrWr»:
Tie- (llsetissiofis wlilelt have crown nut of
i- clause In the re|mt>!ti-an stale plalform
lay well cu
retteet.
ami t It« mi lt 1 11 fui nun
c eitrnes
Timt ein
c. c«)nsWI« , r«*d in
I
•ns«*. InucliMN a tjiu stloii wbu'li. during
•*v sin»*!* tin 1 dawn of clvillzat ion,
I lias confront« «! •Mul« much. Icgislatoi's and
s. 'I lu-i|in***tion is t li«' rigids of
•mploy«*i* ami «'inplnyec In llieir r«*lall«ms to
«I the state.
1 ,
•i.l
The
rut today i
vo great «•lass
«■uiployer
•lug. lull It
ifte
g mid lu.jiisf ice 1
Hut I here urc I vv,. shies :
Use their
t heir
a
**f i lu* iniiu*
.-tuploy, . '
gn at profits flowing from tl»»*lr Industry info
J M m ' k « * t s nf I lu* mine
1 1«* 111 31 II« I
the « • i
■tiers.
liieren
if Wllg«'S.
Thu
•iiie
,1 ll'MlIUlld' I'Ih- SfUlsIl*
iiussoftiu 1 miners g«ws !»•*>< >n• I r«*as,:
tin* |m »I t» I Is reaclie«! wliuru tlnMi «!*•
Uu* pmiits
This is
ltui\v, , u «•mpi.iy» r ami
i»«*re tlu* latter is ch ai Iv In tin* wrong, i
I his unn
! he
its »
is
li HUM If r.fnn-il .i
rrs w|p«*«| out
Ie lin-rei
• plitksn nf I liu
re
()
1 „iiy speaking, i-nt i-auiiy .
ll- «!»>■ empk
nt I
-III. of
•ontil»*
I commercially i
uiu|ti* st lonahie right ! « > '
tible
c has a
In
fr
s employer the last
•veil If it drive t he empl
Ant! it t<
I*
'ages,
to bankrupte
'''
-
m
• »f I ! II iCl pp,
liai lie is
j t hrtt t he etnplo.ve
• Is I«*
Clous Of
1 il»- employ.' tire
s
»lolllg st
cuHisly upon tii.it right.
TI»e mills » los, «ln
forced to ll
ruk up lui
-
Hint ioU
rile
and scatter bromlca
• r the lit
.1
.t
emplovers tlu
look !»l
J tractabb» « lass « if
for a more Ignor
nrk me
They
hunt t'hlnumen, Jr%i»A. Pi »les. II
>v Italia
i tiu' «IregH of l trop, ;tn*| Asia.
s tt It II t iicse •' mph»vus
Ti
»»•->'.i.-..
given go» H i
but It 1s mu long IxTifv tlie
tlie mine «
»'IHthue
In
»• is b'-glus to as>» rt li
'•T. Tin
i tlie Cvtmpl
appen»* Tin* prh*» s 5 ,» t In»
a «lull sJMt*|I ; |)|,
r give» I*., h
Ciimpaiiy s
to !
0,1..
rapidly ad
Von :
1' »1 >s ; «I*
•nth tlie employ
i turn which pr«*
«•r Hie l»: Citer tin' plotils
! It.«- htlNl.r U..- p,-,-.
tlte i t)|| ^ if( t , j
litt
bi» tha
Fa
a
1 r
at
s th« «
111 t ie haro
1 1*1«
file mille
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k««i
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• iiivlit y «%av«* of Imll;
! laud; tin* cm
m »utli. ami th
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i P* o
f.«r I in* anar« iiists
t
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-s u in « ,
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h maud ts « hat i t. ,
rs U* brought »<• justle«
**l imiulre xx ho is
let its
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M ht* hull
ce*l tli
■m to
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' Itl t»«e> .
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1 opp
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If «
lid gat li
it III s:t
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rant,
kb:
*ph
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>1 a hi
them
If
until they l*url«xl their
every living
»lux nr « i
offievrs »file
Uh the man
lit (it»'
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s*at. s)i»'uhi h»v«*
t**rm»of tlu
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pi.
th« nit
n- j
th* i
A« not ^*
o«m*«*nt of the gx
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h«rx w i I ) m «u t i)m
if tli.tt U iwru
l »suit n
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«*« arbitrn
»I migtit to np«'» »not lier )
ad min«
tl*M
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shall
tell ii
inn or Injustice towards
l<» u> tlint you
IfrtOfl
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You n:n't "h
;»n «-mployé.
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lia V»
it !t :
in an> \* ;>»
F-oarduiif li*»ti'si■.
eorrifwiny >
V<»u must |»r»»\» thaï y nu buve
a company
. di | - -
;o "P WhilM. ; «jf
elmnrctla mai
| would Justify, lut v lier due re-erd to U-irlt
ale proliIs
d In* aid** to
Vi
how that yoi
ha*.
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.u imisi pr- im t ha I you
shop. You
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a*» and
• fy tin t It.; : you an*
ell dispo
f.#ri a ml liappim-*? • * f t h- in
•til. If I he si ah* i- to t *n
ad im u from ir
, mu'.! vi
ru j hum:
• lust ! I ut loti
*il lot in* l'uni*
your employ
in pr» 1 v«*ntlug
good
y
dug ili**rnn»|vM
. nip! „
men do no: fall in
Mi
• to it timt
u. . : «iti ii* s «.r t.ad ••ni
ii i«* fri* mis haw b« «n
rs 1 1 Hing us w liai
le. but
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ph.y.us
t >ur «h ;
gr«*at pains for m
gr« at fri«*ii<!s * <f t lu
ll p to this
givel
«•«•rlty exe«*pl the puil p. i
l
airkinrnen i
rlting. in thl
state, they ha
i*sî of lludr sin
us
s an « i
H
an«i ; lu* permit.
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The fiisionists
lia vo
only at
H
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of
A
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in
of
to
a
tempted to (JoeiM-li/e Kootenai county
by refusing to give the republicans
representation on 11 m- cc-ctiuii hoards
in several pre ducts, but have also ai
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tempted ot tier tuet hods w liiidi are at
least equally if not far more unjust
and dislionoraliie. Anaj.t illustration
of one of those methods is furnished
in Boundary precinct,
publican precinct and t he fiisionists I fi
know it, and tle-ir instrument for the «fj
practice of disreputable methods is a ! ^
man named Danielson wim. in the es- vj
'I'liis i.*> a re
a|
liisionisls in that
an oppnrtmiilv to register. 5
When this was accomplished he sud- ?.
■ ....... , , «I
lienlv lei ' U til'' mountains and has ^
, and in
had not regis- I U
ter.-d before this fusion emissary was 1 VJ
-"i/cd with the
t imal ion of our fusion commissioners,
possesses excelh-nt ijuali lic.it ions for
the position of registrar. This man
remained at hi.-, post of duty just long I «f
enough to give t Ie
precinct
a
of
alia—
h,
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lia*
not si nue been in aid from nr :
t hose r«'i)ii)ilic*;i ns wb
•t' 11
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iiiouniaiii lVvrr are
wondering about tha- limit of fusion
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q|
Memorrnlir persuasion, i *
may howl about numbluan ox-otticiuls j
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power in Knot,-n;ii county and whetli
(«• l lie lenders ha ve not been schooled
in North ( 'amlina polit ies.
publicans
These re- \ H
disfranelused àj|
through fusion trickery, but this and
similar wrongs
be
may
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will be
effectually
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riglited by
coutily on November titli.
the people of Kootenai
as
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of
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The fusion combine, whose head, tail
and bndv are
of
to
until black in the face, but the fact 1
remains that the only ex-official of!
this county who was compelled to flee
on account of mist! -eds in office, was a 1 H
democrat.
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kxci'ksion on i.aki: !-i:ni> o-rkii.i
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SuiHlpolnl I nmh««r ( niiipmt.v » New Steum
«•r. I'eml
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c ii. lilt-, >i:i,|«* Ih«* Trip Sunday.
4
Tin
Sand point
Lumber company
gave an excursion on their new steam- ■(
er, Bend < I'Beille, from Sa ltd point to àj|
Lakeview and
It
their
heir
return. Sunday,
t tie pier ab, nu I j. a.
The
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steamer left
and returned about h:,!n p.
run from Sandpoin! to Lakeview and
Including H
m.
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in. Tin
H
ri'lurn is atxnil so miles,
slojipagt-s at Hope, going and coming,
Blaeklail and Lakeview the trip was J
made in the remarkably short time of
*
iniiu* (,;l ' 'Vils .111 thill could ht* desired fur a
pleasure trip, and the waters of Lake
. ' IVnd ( I'Beille
info
Thu
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in hours.
About lUO people boarded
the steamer at Nandpoint and about
là more w -n- pii ki-d up at, Hone. '
he
The H
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a »d peaeelu'n.a""" Sunday. ™
I 11«' 11 h » st vivid iui.iudnat i«»n could
ho exhaust (*d in d« scriF'in^ l !u* lmauti- H
do
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tible
''' tut scenery that t la
along the shores of Lake
*
cnenuiitcrs
Bend (V
eye
is
Bellte, and part ieioarly i he upper end;
tire lllld the writer is son y that lack of
s space forbids dwelling
phase of the trip. That
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ioU
rile
up<»n this
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every person
went on the excursion was
wli«
light ed with the (1 ; v's récréât ion: t hat
great credit is due the
manager of the
Nandpoint Lun b.-r »• aupany, Mr. W.
1 ■ Fing. 1 ■ the judgment and skill
lie (1 tspl.iy'.(I in arranging tlie details
Of tlie trip: that Hie thanks of the hx> «{
enjoyed the hos- J
tbe s .e.dp.cnt I,umlH-r y
4
In
Tin
ad
4
•r in««!«* i *crst»ns, \\ h
Fa
a pita!it.\
re »lue Mrs. W. F. Whitaker
1 r and Miss Laura King
t renie
if
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for tlioir
wurtiwy, the bringing into play H
powers
ntertainers,
' are fa, In that wetv patent t-> all who
ex
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{ ot tlb'ir ran*
and c\ - ini,-nal l.t.-l as
«'«mu rsai ionai
;
the
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wer« so fori ur.atas t.» tak«* in tlie
rursk*n.
in H
ne trip was an ideal one
and many bojit-s were
that it was tint the first nf a 4
series -if excursions on Lake
, Re til«*.
, Judge ('
its
, very resp. . t,
(-xf'ress,
r,,r
to
IN*n«l ()'
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i and familv.
•ivtsion Superintendent
" spokan,-. in-i J. (
w riier of.Rat adrum
N. B.
• •tltx-rt of
■ ' '.I'.iatian and the H
among tlie
•(J
»hhI.
w ere
^
l avo ng
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If tlu*
Mould k r r
^ Ttht'rn i'.b ifi
nt a reasonable
company
< \ ursion
• uiie ip mu n î " Hi:.* . i i i, i Kat hdrum—
ff n*l return, X
i rowtl
thom
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.f* Nl\ Si .s»
>t»Hi|*««int
t<
•'•rtaiu that
a
large
""uld avail
fn»m «,l Mi
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' t'ti*> opportunity to ,
tt - '! t..lke B,• tu 1
Mi. * v an
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Tile foil,
":ug i'-tteps h:ive not tieen
! rein.tii, ,1,. ,,i in,he rst*
Rathtlrum,
e ill.Nl for .,
l'idito. Aug. 31,
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Doi
Martin
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- «Mts Heory
clu y T il
H " k it. W
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Tr - r Thom ,,
W h n -.. g fur any
rs picas sa\ . ; .
.' of tbcabt>vt> J
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REPUBLICAN PLATFORM
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National I'latform Approved.
Tin republican jwtrty of Idaho in
convention
^ lama* to th«* principles of republican- ^
" Ism and declares its unqualified ap
fj provai of the national platform adopt- k
\ ed at Philadelphia ; its adherence to )
71 the principles represented hy the of- R
Jifial acts of tlte administration of £
'i William McKinley and pledges itself )
71 to the support of the same. A new ^
«l| and momentous situation having aris
'i en in China since the meeting of the ^
" national republican con ventiou, we ex- *
press our confidence in tlie ability of fp
tin* n publican administration to set
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M-mbled renews Its alleg- »
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U<-t)il.->quiT,iiiiu u |hhi tliu liiK»i plant
of slatesnmnshlp which has cliaiactt-r
i/t-d every act of the present adminis
tration. "
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Wf arc* in favor of amending tiie
onstitution of tin* l T nlt«'d Status s«» as
t«> give* congrus» the power more fully
to rugulatu and suppress trusts, and
wo Qenounce the action of the demo
cratic party in the present congress
J who, by their votes, defeated the prop
osition t«) submit such an amendment
to lb.* people of the F ni ted States for
t heir rat ftication.
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Luw am! Oriler.
I'lie past liistury of the republican
party in its record in this state is a
sufficient guarantee that public order
a| will lie maintained therein; that life
ami property will be protected and
obedian«*e to law enforced upon all
.alike tlirougii the established formsof
5 law; that no man shall be deprived of
?. llu ' rty " r i' ro ' K!r,y «"hout Uu.
«I pris-t-ss of law; nor shall tlie right of
^ any man to-seek and obtain or con
in tract for lidnir
U cordancc with law bt- In any wise e
VJ tailed or Interfered with.
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State Malter».
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We condemn the policy of the pres
•nt state administration whereby it
q| has souglit to deprive
of honest settlers in the northern part
of the state of lands taken up under
the homestead laws of the United
Stall's and which has further resulted
in losing to the state thousands of
acres of valuable t imiter lands. We
•ondemn the policy of the state ad
ministration in converting the boards
in control of the various slate institu
tions i ut « » partisan political machines
indirectly, and the republican party
i * pledges itself to place these institu
j tlo,w 1,1 the hands of those who will
^ condiuM them solely for the purpose
«j of the public good and not in the inter
est of any political organization.
Tlie Volunteers.
We remember wit li feelings of grat
itude and pride the gallant and pa
«I t riot if services rendered to our coun
try hy the brave volunteer soldiers
from Idaho, and glory in their deeds
of valor and failhfulness to their call
to duty. We pledge them the support
of the republican party in the recogni
tion of their services,
■indorsement of Senator.
We endorse flic course of lion. Geo.
L. Slump as republican representative
of the state of Idaho in the United
States senate."
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COUNTY.
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Tlie republicans of Kootenai county
in convention assembled, viewing with
satisfaction and pride the admirable
maimer in which the republican ad
ministrât l«m has conducted the nf
fairs of tlie nation during the past
* three years. audlo«>kingft)rwardcon
lidently to »uccess in »the lipproaddug
election, make Diese dec la rut ions:
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NatioiiHl I'latform Approve«!.
J We affirm the prlncl))k-senunciated
™ In . Ik- national republican platform
adopted ut I'liiludulpliiu on June " 0 .
H ,l,ul Grntly pledge our support to
tlie same. We unqualifiedly endorse
tlie administration <»f President Wil
liant McKinley and commend tlie
and patriot!, manner in which lie has
discharged every duty and preserved
the principles dear to American peo
ple. We especially endorse the
prompt and patriotic mariner in which
President McKinley lias ordered the
H navy and arnty of tin* nation t<» |m«n»
('«•«*«! h» t'hlnese waters and to land the
marines and army on Chinese soil, and
directed the army to proceed to !*«•
king to relieve our InMeagured repres
«I entatives and American citizens
in the walls of that city.
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wise
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- Justly pmuri „f our worthy f.
senator. Ue«irge L. Sliouj». and find that
lie d«'serv«*s tlu* grateful esteem of the R
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hl ' " h«' has ginmied and advanced
tludr interests and promut «»d their wel- fs
fee. Hy^« r t ; „ ..Roast,,
« «)f the free homes liill lie has Î*

MeKliiley nod Koonovett.
We entliusiastictilly endorse the
nomination «if
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.j -'reaident McKinley
■j and the nomination for vice president
of G
Hrmly pledge our earnest support to
tin s« standard bearers.
H
•ernor The«Hlore Ucxisevelt. and
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Kndorseiueut «»f Senator.
We
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s.*tv»*,|
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to tli«* settlers of Koot«*nai
•(J c«»unt> over tiiree-quart«*rs of a mil
li«»n dollars. In ail matters pertain
ing to national legislation lie has n
proven Id mself to in*
efficient
h
MffS,'. H(,It- |Ul,t
-muor and tits pnbll,- h,-is
merit our lilglu-st ,'onimen,lat|,m amt
^ approval.
Idaho ,-a
ids Influence and experience in tlie
nut ionai Muiate.
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"e feel that tin* statt* of I»
not afford f«> dispense with
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the unf«*rtunate
•grets and «*ommis» ration f
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taxpayer,
lemn the iticomix'tenf and «
gant metlunis t«»
w«- cgn
■xt ra\
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'deli »lit- s,t!,-,t
ig r. form amt fusion administration tms
J ' r *'alist th«- lasipl,- of K,«,u- n »t county
S l,ur ' l, » f •*"' tsisl ont-and one-half years. L
g W çconstder that tlu-amounts of sal- K
Ü ari '*' t*"'* 1 t" nuist of (l,o ,-ounty offi
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an- r,»i lilvti and stiould Is
, tuest, and that as the
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current «lebt of
V| 'll" county lias las-n considerably In- r.
d creased, the candidates on the rppnbli- li
•i l ' an I leitet pled ce themselves to de- e
that debt and to administer Is
the affairs of the county In au eoouom- li
teal - r o„. ss-pi-,. r.anner FÎ
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The
EXCHANGE
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Choice Hines, Liquor»
and Cigars j
Pool and Billiard Roonj
hi connect!«;
RUSSELL BLOCK,
RATIIDRUM, IDAflC
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New fir
Headquarters for delicace
Beef, Pork, Yea;
Mutton and Sau»
ages of the fines
quality at the
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ELMER PORTER. Proprietor.
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Carries always In Stock
Comivletu line of.
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k I and the Best Cigars.,
* specially oi Floe Bottled Goods
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The loser can bep
into full possess!
of his property
calling at the com
of First and Mi list
Rathdrum, Idaho
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Notary Public
AND JUSTICE OF TI1E Pî
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Real Estate,
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INSURANCE. RENTAL At
COLLECTING AGENT|
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P \°T IrE e OH PUBLICATION—TI
Land. Act June 3. 187S- -United
ï. J i lnd v oflilHi - < tH, ar d'Alene. Idaho, Ji
h i.M» Not ice is hereby given that in coini
wit li t in* provisions of the act rrf '.oof
• J une J. Is7s. eut it led "An act for the
R Uni l»er lands in the States of Uni I fold
H L'on. Nevada, and Washington Territo
«•\tende«l to all the Public Land States
of August 4. ls!6. Jackson Renter, of A
p t «unity of Ashland. State of 'Vis
* lias tins ,lav Hied in thisottic«* liis swori
^ ment No. 171. for the purchase of the !
f. Ml.'rVâ'whU^Âno
f,, '' s«>ug!u is more valuable fori
R i»« r or stone tiian for agricultural pû
y r,?," iÂr i -îl 1 li i 'u;^iV^7f i 'Mio
*'«»eur d'Alene. Idaho, on Wednesd
**•!{* '* a .v « »f September. 1900.
„ ÄNÄÖ
«»f Ashland. Wisconsin. John A. Bu
>and|»oint. ldaiio. and Arthur r^ooli
SandjMiint. !d«iio.
Any and all )H»rs«»ns claiming advert
aj »ove-, h-seribod lands are nsjucstw
tiieir claims in tiiis office on or beff
P-Ui day of September. 1900.
J). *R. ßl'DLOX
J0-S7
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V OT I ( K FOR PUHLh ATION ^
* Land. Act June 3. 1-7'* I nitw
Land Office. < «s ur d'Alene. Idaho. J
Not ice is In rehy given that incjW
it li tie* provisions of tin* act of t'« in ^
futu* ls # s. ontil led "An act f«»r th«"
titnls r lands in tiu* States of u.aiifojj
c«»n. N«*x*a«la and Washington T- rnW
«*xt«*nded to all the Public Land
«»f August 4 . ls«rj. ti«*orge F. Sanborn^®
land, t ion tit y «xf Ashland. >tatc of
iui> tiiis day tiled in this office l»is
nient No. I*-,*, for tiu* pu relias«* «d tjrj
"Fl 4amiM - S FM 4. of Sts-. No. J.
N- R No. 4 W.. H. M.. and will offer
sIh»w t hat t lie land sought is nu*n v»IB
it'N timln r «>r stone than for agriuult*
poses, and to establish his claim to*
iH'forx* tlu* Register and Fhveiv«*r«tf
ti'*e at CfS'ur «1'Alene Idaho, on
the 12th day <>f Septemlwr. 19i*v -
He names as w it nesses : ! . 1 ias t AJ
Washburn. Wis«*onsin. Jackson h < JJ]
Ashlan«i. Wisconsin. J«»lm A- Burkk^j
is*int. Idaho, and Arthur DuOiiMJ* 1 *]
point, Idaho. . J
Any and all persons claiming
aliove-dtrscribea lands are
their claims in this office on or
Utl, day of September^!iW. Brp ^
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