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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

Read The If you don't If vou want to ft Read HE LEADERS i. r 1a Wanna, k' You don't get THE NEWS. & J Iff Iff SB 8 MM Volume VI. DIRECTORY. LIMOLX UMM1. Iiit Senator Tol. Carter K. R. Lake J. O. Stearns 8. F. Jones George Landis J. I.. Hyde 8. (i. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Hurley Lutz T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin it iie)'is5'uw,,,,;' ,mir Superintendent ivm'or .Aesnir tuner l.iintv Commissioners Court meets on Wert eo,lmJ ' ..... (iu, vfnnilav ill Fehruarv. -.ilUIT 1 Iff Hir Ml"" . . - ' il.June. August. October ami December. CII'.Cl IT COURT. 4 ,L 1 P..1W..H JudKtt i r Vtn, I'ros. Attorney "lonrttonvtMiesi.n -1th Monday In July una rtD .Muliunj t" e - CITY OK TOl.KUO. ".T. Jones Ulenliiuter I.jj. Alliihin ft. Fish, ;,B. Crosno, X. Gowell Mayor . . Keuraer . . . MttrHhtti , Treasure 1 TilloWnn y Aldermen Starr I red Stanton, UfcertWaugh J (jouncil meets on the llrt Monday evening in montn. TOLEDO PRECINCT. ice ol the Peace .1. A. Hall J. O.Altree stable NEWPORT. nice of th...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

ARCHITECTURAL SPLENDOR. At the TrE-I.Ii I The GrJt J'jiic rtyle cjf a re hi tort are tbtiacter.iot tie mines bnilditg. The oider it of bwi? j-rojivrtioT,, larriej O'-t uatfj gn-at art. !' '.:! in every C'.iaiJ. Tne principal feature A the i.go'.':j facade if a circular dome 1 50 f'.-et in cjjvuroferenoe, rising a Lt:;!.! of .5 feet. Tbe i'aii is rej';i"rtfj on circular row of fiuted I.ejic eoicnas, and the tj'aoe fiivl'.i4 by lLtaa aj CL'Jtr the d'jite if 'jjtri, fyrnutf a Ij.'i'.ia'.-b io t!it- building. 7 be u.tirr d'.'jjj js jjcb!r dijgijt.j niUinbs lJ paiR-Js A') it V (. Jioorat!j x .'5or. biJ IJje out':r it Jo:ae j trr a m-ih-e ti A VERITABLE DREAM CITY, worthy JfutlilDg is-nr1ti b fk7 ! In The eiterjor'dw. ration of tbe build ing? at tbe Trans-MiUfjt-sij'pi and In temauonal Lxpotitiorj, to 'be held in Omaha, proiiiJeet to be botb unique and MUactiTe. While tbe individual tuildmg wiil thow ia their decora tiom norne j.jf.nicb to modern ideas. tne Maiues ,Jojuii.g the grounds wi...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

? a. Wis f,3 America's MiUll Greatest MM IS H Spring Will (I Medicine. jfflW jfl Silr?en Iff rliflll Vitalize Your Blood, To Overcome ThatTired Feeling. Go to your druggist and get a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and beg-in to take It today, and realize at once the great good it Is sure to do you. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Spring Medicine. Clgurft of 1'ttper. A German chemist announces that ho has discovered a method of making cigars, without the uee of tobacco. lie proposes that people shall smoke paper instead of nicotine, but it is a paper which has heen previously soaked in a rreimration.of which he is the inventor, which will give the smoker precisely the same sensation as though he were 6moking "real" tobacco. He declares, that bis formula will give forth an t(isa eqnal to that which perfumes the air when a fine cigar is smoked. BHAEE INTO YOUR SHOES. Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder for the feet. Inures painful, swollen smarting feet and instantly takes the sting o...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

OLD HICKORY'S TRIUMPH OVER ': its orders in secret, to be obeyed in all THE MONEY POWER. places and by all subordinates at the ,,,.,., ... 8ame moment. Such was the formida ble fight of alhed wealth in the 1 ,Me amy on the Bide of the bank." shape of banks of issue, to gain and! The Republican party that had elected keep contra 1 of the issue of the money j Jackson waa demoralized and disheart f the people, seems, in the light of his-1 ened by the division this issue had cre tory to be but a repet.tion of the fight ated. Still Old Hickory was firm, un that I resident Jackson made upon the yielding and uncompromising, t nited States bank at the time when , He gathered his little Democratic band that institution threatened the perpetu- around hinii and when the second cam. ity an. freedom of the government. This ; paign opened, he sent them out to edu struple of Jackson's is vividly described icate and save the peo,.le, with nothing in Heaths' Labor and finance iRevolu-; to reIy upon ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

ANDY CATHARTIC I 10 i 2A 50 f (pmi.ITTRT.V RTT&RAHTRED 1?. fdlJUUUV'MUft v. w ' (it CUREC0M5TIPATI0M Sun 1 ALL DRUGGIST f nr any cnseof constinnllmi. Cnni-aref. ... . u..i . ... ' i i 1 11 j'l'r0.' P0"trc''1- ft"1- "Now Tork. i. Cedar Mill and Fixture Company, 0. It. ALTREE, Jfiniger. Dtrs Cedar Lumber, SASH, DOOllS, MOULDINS, SHINGLES A.t Lowest Prices. A. T. FETEBSOX, Agent, Toledo, Oregon If You want the county news' Subscribe for the LEADER. A FULL LINE OF COOK and HEATING Sold at the Lowest Prices. T. W. GORMAN, Yaquina City,- Oregon. Biggest Offer Yet THE SEMI-WEEKL LEADER THE TWICE-A-WEEK DETROIT FREE PRESS BOTH PAPERS ONE YEAR FopOgly $2.00 TH TWICK-A-WKKK DETROIT J'BKK PBKSS mmj no introduction. Its many special artl- by noted writers have ,ven u a world. " reputation. i short, it is one of the liS V- ghteat "d best Papers paiiers pub- S 0Paln"orexpenewill be spared in k'Pln units high standard. icmoinber, that by taking advantage of thiB "JMnatlon you get KM copies of ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

Lincoln County Leader J. F. STEWART. Fubllaher. TOLEDO OREGON interesting Collection of Itenn From Many Places Called From the l'reai Reporta of the Current Week Georgo Parsons Lathrop, poet and author, died ut Koosevelt hospital, Now Professor Jules Marcou, famous throughout tlio world as a geologist, is dead ut his homo nt Cambridge, Mass. It took tho Republicans of the 10th Ohio district 1,877 ballots to nominate J. Morgan for congress, to succeed Rep resentative Fouton. A hundrod colonists have' offered their services to the American consul, George W. Bell, at Sidney, N. S. W., in the event of war between tho United States anil Spain. Naval and military preparations con tinuo with unabated vigor. Seven fleet steam yachts, Buitablo for naviga tion in Cuban waters, wore procured and several bids for steam colliers wero niado in Washington Wednesday. Tho polioo commissioners of San Francisco havo adopted a resolution de claring that in case of war police officers who enlist will no...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

ft - I Cinrrv j-.a i r. vJrLiHf FLEET, TO SUCCEED GARY. PVP n 1 WFFK1 Y MARlFT I CTTCD i 1 1 V1H The President Issues His Proclamation. FIRST TIME IN THIRTY YEARS Tho Call Is for 133,000 Men to Fight the Spaniards Apportionment of the Volunteers by States National Guard Will Have Preference. Washington, April 20. The presi dent today called upon the people of the United State9, for the first time in 30 years, to manifest their martial strength, the call this time being to a united puujjiu to go loill, tu Luliiu with a foreign country. The call is for 125,000 volunteers. The secretary of war created n new army corps. The two, taken together, with regular army soon will move on Cuba, and that meanhile the volunteers will be equip ped and drilled The president's proclamation, whilo f.ctna Iv issued, was not certified to the governors of the states and territories, and will not bo until Wodnesday. The reason is twofold. In the first rdaee. the war department wishes to avoid destroying t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 29 April 1898

V, ti LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. F. STKWABT.MIUr aas Fretrletar. Subscription Sates: One year, - - - $1.50 Six months, .75 Three months, .50 Entered at the poatofflce si Toledo, Oregou, u ecouuciaas man matter. Advertising rates made known on application Buainesilosalswill be Inserted In these imi nmns at five cents per line per week, and will ue run uuiu onierea aiscontinueo. Every postmaster In Lincoln comity li authorit ed to act ai agent (or the Uuiu. Official County Paper. L,OCAL, NOTES Note paper, pencils and tablets at this office. Chittem bark is up in price bring us in all you can obtain, Y. B Merc. Co. inev are Here. Those new Shoes from Brackinhara & Heath The Best stock on the Bay at the Lowest Prices. H. Lewis New Dress Goods? Well, Yes And Dry Goods of all kinds and Varieties which will be Sold at Bed Rock Prices. H. Lewis Well matured seed corn, raised in Lincoln county; besides a varie ty ot garden seeds in bulk, at Krogstad's. m. it. young, ot Big isik wae down t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

uf"k. in ffl If yon don't '. -nci want to N ft . R THE LEADERj $ Vou don't get J lie " ' THE NEWS. 61 tincoh tlumc VI. Irad.Qpe3n.cierxt in all tTqiiqgg, lexatral iri KTotirpg. Toledo, Lincoln County, Oregon, Friday, May 6. ) . "directory. Hepreneiittttive, LIKWM COUNT!. Tot. .Carter E. K. Lake . J. O. Steams 8. K. Jones George Land is J. L. Hyde 8. G. Irvln Z. M. Uerrtok Hurley Luta T. M. Ooomba Chns. Wtlliama P. A. Godwin T.. cmmlnloner Court meeta un Viea AiXaugU October and December. Tsiperlntendent lor wlonera yjuoe, CIRCUIT COURT. CKullerton :;;JdK ! ' '1 j.h MnndRv in July and , convene ""-----, ar. Monday iu CITY OF TOLEDO. Mayor ....Kecorder Marshal ...Treaaurei Jone, i linger jjAllphln Fin .t'roino, ' lillWfill .SilloUon Aldermen lisurr ifeunton ' jki IV.uirh lidl meetion the Brut Monday evening in umimth. Number 9. ROBERT A. MILLER, Attorncy-at-Law, OBKtiON CITY, OREGON. Land Titles and Land Office Busi ness a Specialty. . DENL1NGER, . Attorney-at-Law, TOLEDO, OREGON. TOL...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

: r hineoln County Leader J. F. HTKWAKT, Publisher. TOLEDO OREGON Interesting Collection of I tern From Many Flaoes Culled From the Preaa Iteporti of the Current Week. LeaJ and sugar are advancing rapidly in London owing to the war. Secretary Algor has submitted esti mates of $114,000,000 to cover addition al army expenses to July 1. This will bo included in the general deficiency bill. ' The committee on military affairs has favorably reported tho administra tion cm surpciiMing important laws governing tha (niartorruaster's depart ment in the army. The emergency war measuro was passed in tho house on the 2Sth by unanimous consent. It repeals the limitations upon the purchase of quar termaster's supplies during the existing war with Spain. Minister Clayton communicated to the foreign department of tho govern ment at Moxico the resolution of the American congress declaring war with Spain. Minister Mariscal, of the for eign department, replied, assuring the American minister on tho au...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

mil', tapient Lasted a Half Hour. SPANISH RETURNED THE FIRE Brest Damage Done to the Fortiflca " tlons of the Cnhan Port Believed There Was Also Io of Lire No Damage Done to American Warships. On Board the Flasship New York, off Jlatanzas, April 30. Tlie New York, the Puritan and the Cincinnati bom bsHorl the forts at the mouth of Matan iii harbor tliia afternoon. Tliere were no casualties on our side, but it is be lieved that the buil of iron which pounded in the forts must have oaused loss of life to the Spaniards, though nothing is known definitely. The engagement commenced at 12:57, and ceased at 1:15. The object of the attack was to prevent the completion of the earthworks at Punta Gorda. A battery on the eastward arm of the boy opened fire on the flagship, and this was also shelled. About 12 8-inch shells were fired from the eastern forts, but all fell short. About five or six light shells were fired from the half-completed battery. Two of these whizzed over tho New York, and ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

THE .MORTGAGE TAX LAW. J. H. Upton is the vigorous veteran editor of the Southwest Oregon Report er, Langlois, Coos county, the very neat est and beat filled little paper in Oregon. Mr. Upton, has not made a fortune in fife simply from the fact that he has always been an ardent, fearless advocate of truth, jvho scorned to "bend the knee that thrift might follow fawning." (A word of commendation from him is of more value to a candidate for office than columns of quack -"write-ups" in the sub sidized papers of the, money power. He thus relates a chapter, in his own expe rience : During the 1883 session of the legisia , POPULIST ANSWERS... , i..wu. j . Trie Philippine Islands. , ... . Dewevs area, victory has turned the Mr. Ueer wants to Know wny a popu- " , : - . ., . .. .. . . . .. . eves of the whole world upon the Phil- list lavors the tree coinage 01 Biiver ai . - . . , . ,. . . . . . . . . . . i ippine islands. This group of islands the ratio of 16 to 1? There are quite a ' Jt K ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

till in the Store. tw I am still in the Store at Yaquina, with a FULL LINE OF GOODS, AND THE SAME WILL BE SOLD AT A HEAL BARGAIN. hese Goods mnst be sold in the next THIRTY DAYS. Come With your money ana get what you are in Need of. PETER TELLEIFSOlSr V, -WtifrW Without Tmw Along a vty P 1 CiM DIFFERENT PtOIKkS -Sfc. ALU CAUBERS IvfJJJ, ' 'i4t FR0M 82 T 5 T"EY ARE THf- " l-f?a)RiTE- mm liwWlFM WHCfE.VeR AMMUNITION. USEDBT W$PffflffiM . Nashville And Roseburg, 1898. The attention of the Christian Endeavorers of the world is being directed to Nashville now as it was a year ago to San Francisco, and one of the greatest meetings in the history of this great movement is assured. Oregon Endeavorers are looking especially towards Rose, burg at this time where their annu al state convention will be held May ith to 1 2 th, preparations are being made in that lively burg for the reception and care of all the del egates who may find it possible to attend. Such a reception is prom ised as has n...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

1 HAVANA. I Gay and Picturesque a Famous HAVANA, the capital ot Cuba, Is ii world-city, known wher ever the fame of cities has reached, and deserving of its fame, too, (or like all great cities of Industry and art, it Is unique. Cuba's capital is coeval with the Mertlterranese conquest of the Western hemisphere. The name of the city Is characteristic of the re ligious Latin ruces, for when Diego do Velasquez laid Its foundations, In 1515, lie christened it San Cristobal de la Ha bana St. Christopher of the haven or harbor in lienor of Columbus, the dis coverer of the Island. This name, be stowed upon the city by the conqueror of the island, has remained unchanged, and It Is still olllclully so called. But Its popular name has been shortened to Ilabana In Spanish and Havana In oth er tongues. The city has a population of ubout 2DO,OIM). Havana is sited on the west side of the bay of its own name one of the most bimutlful bodies of water of Its kind found anywhere. The city stands on ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

OME WAS HER PARADISE. Mrs. John Thurston Loved Her Family Afore All Else. With tho death of Mrs. John M. Thurston the most popular woman In XiMirnskn passwl nwiiy. She liad at tained more prominence than any other Nebraska woman, and it was by no inwius due to the prominence of her illustrious husband. In fact, it Is no secret that Senator Thurston owes as much 0f his political success to the ad vice and assistance of his wife ns to any other one person's efforts. Mrs. Thurston was an ambitious woman ambitious for her husband's success in all he undertook. She had the mental capacity to nld him, and with her knowledge of men and meas ures took advantage of many little tilings to contribute to the Senator's political prosperity. The lady whose teuuVr heart broke and censed to throb In the presence of the awful misery of the Cuban mothers was related di rectly to a family whose h!?tory has been a part of the history of the nation. Mrs. John M. Thurston was the daugh ter of Colonel and...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 6 May 1898

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER.! AH kinds of grass seeds and fresh Chitwood. Chips. . ! parden seeds, at Kro?st,-.,-!'s. rt. ....!, ,ii;i,,ii -..j ' r.nit.nAKl.bOllr mac rruprirtor. j ' a i"c vic-iiuci is uciigtiiuii aiju c- sacks Wauled by erybody seems to have plenty of! LATE WAR BULLETINS OUT OF OEER. 1 Subscription Hates;: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months, i Used burlaps i Y. B. Mer. Co. Entered at liie intoflHe at Toledo, oregou, a ie'oii(i-iiHMK n.uil limner. rk Dlantin?. notatoes V: i . i .uniiv ie peeling tnuiim iiarK. P'-s, Mrs. Pellet t Lane died at her Hverv evening when the train 73 .home on the Siletz the first of the comes in you may see the neighbors 3 Week. patherat f he nntti iflnrf In Iioar tVi.. war news, siorce oiie reacts trie Ur- C. B. Crosno has gone to the Like a!; Advertising ralt made kii'jwu on Kjijiliealion j riuMiiesH lo will I niherttid i these coi umnfc at Ijve cent ir hue per week, and will be run umii ordered ilieoiiiiuuei. c:i,... T...r. j eeoniar ...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 13 May 1898

5BLC If you don't LEADER & If you want to afVir ffiTHE LEADE1 et (. f j g Vou don't get The Hewn. THE NEWS. K II U II H ill 1 BK Volume VI. DIRECTORY, LIRMLBWCKTT. oint Senator joint Representative, County JnlW Clerk brif " . . Jl'superlntendent Surwyor lIMMOf Tol. Carter X. B. Lake J. 0. Steam X. T. Jone George Landl J. L. Hyd 8. G. Irvln I. U. Derrick Barley Lnti T. M. Coomb Chae. Willie r.A.ecd-!a County Commlflonri i Court meet on Wed most after the flrt Monday In February, April June. Augut, October and December. CIRCUIT COOBT. Hon. J. C. Fullerton : Jnd I yta Pro. Attorney Court oonwne on 4th Monday In July and lourth Monday In January oleach year. CITY OF TOLEDO. ,. t. Jone H. Denllngar H. J. Allphln Mayor ..Recorder ...Mental .Treasurer T.r.nWf (j. B. Croino M I ... G. L. Ttllotsou I Aldeimoa Ij. a. Disrr, fred Stanton, Council meet! on tne nm nonaey evening is nik month. TOLEDO PBICINCT. rnrtl.eolth.PeMO iVaSHS Conttabl CAltree NEWPORT. initln of the Peace .Geo. gMter 1...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 13 May 1898

Lincoln County Leader J. T. STKWAKT. Publisher,' TOLEDO OREGON Interesting Collection of Item! From Many Flares Called From the rress Reports of the Current Week. The nnti-Englieh sentiment In Cuba ia being fostered by tho Spanish press, ami it is rapidly becoming stronger. Porto Rico is said to be on the eve of revolt. The inhabitants are unable to longer endure the present situation. Tho Spanish gold premium ia nearly 80 per cent and the government is try ing to place treasury bills in London, offering as inncb as 15 pur cent, but at present with no prospect of success. Frederick R. Coudert," the eminent lawyer and Jurist, who represented the United States in the Behring sea com mission, says the United States may rightfully retain the Philippine islands. Captain Kent, a British torpedo ex pert, who has returned to Toronto, after an examination of the Maine wreck gives it as his opinion that a mine laid by Spanish officers destroyed the battle-ship. A dispatch from Kingston, Jamai...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 13 May 1898

If L Go toller Brother's Palace in Vienna. jlE RIOTS STILL CONTINUE (Atrial Cnnnot Chock Thom-C.overn- inent's I'ulicy Criticised In tiio lortea -Much Anxiety Expressed UB to the Fate of Porto Kloo. London. May 7. The Vienna corre- LiJent of the Telegrnph says: jvnivtmnt8 have been reserved at i hotel hero for the queen regent of E win, in case she arrives here before i urtinents have been prepared for her i her brother's pulaoo. Telegrams I nni the Austrian ambassador at. Ma , rid, Count Dubeki, indicate that the neen regent is only waiting for a suit i sle moment to quit Spain without itriiuent to the interests oi ner son. IlloMng Ornithines in tho Provinces. Madrid, May 7. A mob of about 000 striking miners mailo a tumult iu3 demonstrations at Murira, capi- 4il of the province of that name, 80 liles from the port of Cartagena, hey shouted "Death to tho thieves I" Down with the taxes!" They at mpted to sot fire to the railroad depot nd other buildings, and then began a jovonient t...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 13 May 1898

RISE OF THE PEOPLE'S PARTY. A party cannot secure adherents suf ficient to make it a factor in politics un less there is an occasion or demand for such a party. There must be some solid, cogent reasons that will induce large bodies of men to break away from par ties with which they have for many years affiliated and join in the formation of a new party, in opposition thereto. Let ub consider whether there was any justi fixation for the formation of the People's party, now the chief factor in the Union party of Oregon. The Peoples' party sprang from the 'organization known as the Farmers' Al liance and Industrial Union. This was a non-partisan society, having for its purpose the study and discussion of all questions relating to their mutual wel fare. In studying the economical condi tions of the country, they found they had but little representation in the gov ernment, and that agriculture was dis criminated against, in favor of banking, manufacturing and commercial interests. In a p...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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