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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 15 October 1896

fir iorsethieves Captured' By k Wallowa County Officers. 11 ;NE OF FORMER SHOT IN HEAD fJruIil,t la Knternrlse, Or., Attacked II, Woman With an Uuiltrella, and Phot by Lawyer, Itiit N..t Fatally L Grande, Or., Oot. 12. Partiou- ,jiirJ of a battle between nursetuieves uil deputy sberitta in waiiowa county, ere received from Enterprise today, few days ago two men, George fund Heiiry Smith, passed through the Imnaha with a band oi norses, sup posed to have been stolen, and camped on Corrall creek. A day or so after ward a warrrant was issued for their arrest. It was iearen iney woum re jist, and five men were sent out to hriog them in. The camp was easily luuic-d, and Hnry Smith was found in it and oaptured by strategy. Four ! officers went to the camp, leaving a 6fth in obarge of the horses. The uffi.era carried nu arms in sight, and (be horsetbief did not suspect them, so that when tbey asked to see his pis tol, he passed it over for inspection. The pistol was then turned on bim, mid...

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. — 15 October 1896

Court House Propositions. ; club of this place, at its next meet- As vi ill be noticed in the proceed-1 g a week from tonight, ings published in another column The Steamer Richardson is again in this issue, the county court, at j tie(1 up to tlie wiarf at Toledo, in its session last week, had two prop-! care of purser jaiasl, having been ositions with regard to a court j ,aken off tjle lower rjver w;iere she house and a site therefor laid before j had been picki.lg ,ip fisb tor the it for consideration. The first prop-j Xewpurt cannery. osition was to donate a block of --.-.-. o ground for county purposes. The '' Here is a peculiar state of affairs: proposition, aside from the usual 'The states that will vote for free heading, is as follows: j silver produce 100 per cent of all "To the Honorable County court ! the gold ,ine1 this country. 100 of Lincoln Countv, State of Oregon:! Per cent of all the silver, too per Gentlemen: We will donate to Lincoln County block Xo. 7, in Nash's ad...

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. — 15 October 1896

Hay Of! ho t J? II; ;i; 1 PETER TELLEFSON, DEALER IN general Merchandise, fir and Feed, Staple and Fancy Grocei ios. ( hois, Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats. j Caps, Rubber and Oil Clothing. jOXS AND SHOES, -- -CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. jars and Tobacco, Fruits and Confectionery. Yaquina City, Oregon. C. B. CROSNO & CO, - n i m im ail t to YATES & YATES, LAWYERS, CORVALLIS, OREGON. R. A. PARENT, M. D. C. M., Special attention given to Dis eases of Women, and Surgery. Toledo, - Oregon HAVE BARGAINS IN 51 Lands, Tide Lands, Coal Lands, Town Property in single Lots or Blocks IMPROVED OR UNIMPROVED. d of Title to any property in Lincoln County furnished 011 demand. The Steam Launch MASCOTTE, " Commencing Monday, July 13th will make tri-weekly trips between Elk City and Newport, stopping at Toledo and Yaquina, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Fare between each town 25 cents. Par cels under 25 lbs. will be delivered at any business olace in either ritv for 10 cts.; pack...

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. — 15 October 1896

SLATER'S -:- RAID. it was a cosmopolitan group that sat around Ihe camptlres of Slaters Horse. The troop numbered twenty men all tolil. drawn from every one of the Anglo-Saxon races of the planet. There were Americans, Englishmen. Cana dians. Australians, and Sontli Afri cans, and they had come from the ends of the earth to take part In such a row as promised to follow when Cuba Lib ra set up her flag against that of Spain. Their Nader was a Virginian, there was not a Cuban or a Spaniard in the company, mid the mime of Slater's Troop was a name of terror to Hie government forces from Pinar del Kio to Sagnu la (irande. To see them thus encamped no one would have supposed that they were engaged in one of the most daring raids that had been adventured since the war onened in '11.1. The olllcors there were but two sat democratically on the ground anions their men; there was a tinkling of banjos, and n mingled sound of confused talking and of Jovial, free-handed profanity. The shadows of...

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. — 15 October 1896

MKEN FOR HBALTH'J I 1 I OREGON'S METROPOLIS. " 1 1 A i illl ll i II I lliiMWK'r's NulllllHl f lit v'p'"'' : i'i'i.iT . iTi"" ..".li'l.l."- tmi.iliT ;!ii"!.ro(thv,''v,,,vi!::,!!";H":::Mr;'.'1';: ! ;'mkili-v anl 1.1hiI.Ut niliiii-iiiK aembers of the Boston Aero . .. - 1. ...., rlaniiloit tliut tlin .jl sooieiv un" . an instrummt of value. Ciiivli'i' '..ii-mupt ion lins saved Ulll'llllllM, 1 11., IM-C. :m. If Hi ,1 M HOWS THIS? T1"H""',re1 b 'Hart Itwrtr-l for any .'iimiIi that cuniKit be curt'il by II til fa '""'f. J. t'llKNKY .4 CO.Tnleilo, O. ,H! llii.i l!"."l; ,k''"V". r!i f.ir Hit il l vhniior"1'1' i'i 'ill lnin'iit'ss iriitiMtrniins jH.flly lll'IC U" HI ' J J "t'linniiiiii.T mi. ir fnn. ' wkt aTimvx. rtnulcMi e liriiirBt'-t". Toledo. O. W.11IHM1. KlSSANiV MtllVIN, r.ult Mile llriiKtits Tult'iln. O I'Marrli I'lireis liilteii iiituriinllv. ai'tiim i;mh ll'" ''1" ' 1111,1 111'',1'11( Mlrliie.n ol :ero. Tfst Initti Utt j win iree. i-riee ifn . ' . ,1 i.i. nil ilritir.-isls. 1 5 'i,mi...

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. — 15 October 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. i. V. STKWAHT.Kdltur u4 Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, Linco'n County, Ureicon. t Subscription Kates: One year, ... Six months, ... Three months, 75 51 Hon. Beal Gaither was over from Try Gowell, to buy or sell. Gowell, the liberal tradesman of Siletz this morning. Toledo. I The good days now are at about R A TCPrwp11 was im from New- ! the rate 01 lb to I port last night. A. Rochester was an Elk City visitor at Toledo last Tuesday. Those who don't trade at Gowell's are not posted in prices. Samuel Case was a Glen Items. Dry weather and frosty nights, but lots of green feed on the hills and stock are in fine condition. Most all the people who went j from here to pick hops have re Newport j turned. And I presume their pockets a well filled with free silver. Conundrum Sunn.. The ladies of Syringarw .7, . """age of this -j Will Cive n rnn.,.,j H snfinl at ClmA,.' 1. 1. . uauin this xnuuy nigut. ver uivueu 10 attend pto AWv nf hnrP1 fame, of visit...

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. — 22 October 1896

Suppef lnga Cir- J (3 'A 7. su?Pe v' n ! ;.; if .rt I p:i i.i "i " this 4 Even ic-J PJ A A a t mlti. -a a s:t -k iV', J.,- tf ZJ fa PJ ff I.' 1 uve w :m aj; ncrvs 4 ity. jacel 'old 4J A- Mil ' burned ;rlittlebt neaethf :n child. Mad a in fix; no! i feu ot: As!i;:: ach a-;l W 51 ?poptl i ma'tel sh; rcl Lt iv, h-fjEECTOin: -C "l i - - m all things, Jtirlothing. Igijdotincoln County, Oregon. Thursday. Octohor 22 i8q6. rfiiitive, ice (rinlemleiit an Tol. farter K. K.l.ake J. O. Stearns It. F. Junes George Lumlis J. L. Hvde S. G. Irvin 7.. M. Herri k Silas Unwell T. M. Coombs Chits. Williams F. A. tiuthvin jhniirhsionors conn meets on cu- 2 r ihf first .Mnnuay in i-enruary. it. .Wfi October 'ami lieeembu'r. jl'uller circuit coniT. I'ullerlon ...Judge ros. Attorney v-neson 1th Monday In July and ,iy In January o( each year. CITY OF TOI.KIio. Jrcn tl do. Ctl 50c J jL -uuyor L':' Kecorder J " -Marshal I-rf : lus'ler E lUdermcn .rets on the first Monday evening In tiii.kdh I'Iiecixct. lie i'...

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. — 22 October 1896

r Lincoln County Leader J. K. kIKWAIIT. K11MI.I1.T. TOLKDO. OKKGOX I NEWS if II WEEK taasprahanstva Review of the Import ant Happenings of the Past Week Called From the Telegraph Columns. Govenur lien rilliuau, the Populist politician of South Carolina, is in Ore gon in the interests of the party. An Athens dispatch says that insnr pent Greeks aud Turks fought all day October 8, near Greaveua, Macedonia. Both sides sustained heavy losses. Baron Nicholas Kuebitsky, governor of the Iiusian fur seal islands, is in ban Francisco on his way to Washing ton, where he intends to present, through the Russian ambassador, the form of a new treaty between his coun try and the United States. Is is expected that 10,000,000 Ralmon fry will be turned into the Columbia river this year. Of this number, 2, 000,000 will come from the Clackamas hatchery, 3,000,000 from Sandv sta tion. 3,000.000 from Little White Salmon, and 2,000,000 from the head waters of the Clackamas. It is believed that 25,000 pers...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lincoln County leader. — 22 October 1896

Si le of Eve North STEADy , Is Soon to Cease Hos tilities. AB IS ALMOST OVER Pari C'roaaarf Willi On, Screw. Southampton, Oct. 20.-The Ameri can hue steamship Paris, Captain Wil- reached the dock in this city at 9 o'clock m Z "K; , . r8Pstbatat9A. r0t-! fteport of th. Third A..ltan, "m'ter-Geueral. Washington. Oct. 19.-The annual! report of the third assistant postmaster- i general for the fiscal I A GEORGIA TRAGEDY. total expenditure for the year was $90,- M.. October 8, in latitude m 7i .f anar?Pts82,494,208. leav- ! longitude 157 west, while onr:;' T.en,CU 0I. iV25-08. or $1,079, red 1 'n All 1 Ml th, ,, "'"-I,, "'luiln, 'etween io . 6 """"Pi moderate ' r, " , """ " " "ou ,es3 wan the deficit of the nrnrt. j weather, her starboard tail h.Ew'" '? '""u Th9 exPeudit"e" not in- tion made from whinu "mourned to f 1,155.858. tained that ?ho proDeile, IZ T ' The 8peial deliy d an jammed and broken The Itult . ! 13.1 Dt in ' be shin Jj; . 'oal- .i.a7 letters being de ue snip proceeded un...

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. — 22 October 1896

'iO Are the Repudiators? Our attention bas been called to - . . i i : 1 i. "T . One ot the tavonte epitnets mat ""P" the followers of a British gold stand-1 News, of two weeks ago, the sub- ard love to hurl at the free silver i siance oi wmcu was, mai me rea-i . . 1 l. r i : t I cnn iri rmitrarfr frr flip nnmnlpti'nn I cause the silver men want to cut down the ever-increasing purchas ing power of the gold dollar as measured in products cf labor, they of the new project Yaquina harbor has not been let, ' was because contractors were afraid j to bid in the face of the free silver i ood Blood are held to be anarchists and re-; agitation, not knowing what kind; pudiators. Let every fairminded j of money they would receive in! awu lauuiu wan Lani uis eye ai uuuu j r j v j and actually note who are the j to the intelligence of every reader repudiators. First bear in mind j of the News to print such wilfully that there are two kinds of repudia-j false and misleading statements, tionists; t...

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. — 22 October 1896

OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR LOWER ALSEA prrotvpt ttxto - rrLLI, KCIlNC1' LIC0 COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 3, 1896. ETWEEN NUMBERANDNAME OP EACH CANDIDATE OR ANSWEeITfoR. . ' ' - - 7. STATE. !Mrf !7'""ttn" YiM-P-''"S,ate," YotcforFonrT" ,2 ... CAPLES, JOHN F., of Portland, Multnomah County - "vuuiivaii, I3 . GEER, T.T., of .Macleay, Marion County, t : ' Republican. ,4 SMITH, E. L-. of Hood River, Wasco County v M. Republican, i YORAN, S. M., of Eugene, Lane County, l6 BUTLER, N.L., of Monmouth, Polk County, Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican. ,7 mw,.,olbalem,Manon County, Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican. L8 SPAUGH,W.H.,ofHarrisburg, Linn Co., Peoples, Democratic, Silver Republican. I9 WATKINS,Harry,0fMcMinnville,YamhillCo.PeoDleS.Demorrnt;.R;i,.fl.r,,K1.v 20 UUWkmajn, L., ot Salem, Marion Countv J i For President: wm. Mckinley, of Ohio. For Vice-President: J. G. HOBART, of New Jersey. For President: W. J. BRYAN, of Nebraska. For Vice-President: T. E. WATSON, of Georgia. 21 BRIGHT, C....

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. — 22 October 1896

X I a w - ii i i i . n i v i i l 1 1 ii f I M4J : 'LIZA: A SKETCH. SHK whs a thin slip of a girl, with pale siillnw cheeks and a figure as fragile as the liowers idle curried in her linsket. It was her eyes anil her hands which mai iicd her nil' from t lit coninuin herd, llai) these boon of regulation pattern. Tin-re were nothing to distlnirilisli her from any dozen of her companions. Hut lier eyes, which were brown in color, were l ran and lusirons and hail a pro voking habit of drooping the lashes when she looked at one. Whether cal culated coquetry or native-bom man lier u ere ch icily concerned would have puzzled an expert to decide. That it was "feiehliitf" few men would have veiuiiicd lo deny. Her hand, small and ivell-sliapcil, boasted the taper lingers sind lilberl nails generally associated with birth and breeding. She solil Mowers In Cheapslde. Her station was Hie steps of (he Peel statue: and every morning, week in and week M. as Hie clocks of the city were striking 1(1 s...

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. — 22 October 1896

i. .ilvcr dollars invested in Hood's 8ar- upjrilla a' "lis s(,ason will yield large rdnrns in llie gre"er strength Rd bitter brtlth ol mind and body which will fol low tlie use of this medicine. A run Ti'v'l system at the approach of colder il Wr will hardly he able to withstand el..hiiiiii! hlista of winter. Hood's Sar- ' -,t L'nu pii'h. r.d hlitnit mi. I ,'lSigtl'iens the entire system. Sarsapr.rilla n.eb.ft-ln hint the Dae Tine Illnnd Purl tier. tZTirVc Pilf Q '"re Uv,'r ln": ''""' " HOJU S rilia take, easy to operate. -.'50. Ule orn Tnoomotlvp. (tome careful experiments which h.avo tiers intitli' i Kugland prove thai the. nfp of n locomotive is about wni.tiliO "train mile." In other words, that a limimotlvp of the lntest approved pat tern will run rilMl.OOil miles before wear lusoiit so as to be useless. In making tliis run of filHMKlO tulles the life box will have to be renewed three times, the wheel tires live or six times a nil tlieci'utik axles from Ihree to live times. In n...

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. — 22 October 1896

LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER. J. K. HTKVTAHT.Kdltor anil Proprietor. Published every Thursday at Toledo, LInco'n County, urexon. Snl).scriition Hates: One year, - - $1.50 Six months, - - .75 Three months, - - .50 Entered at the poatoltice at Toledo. Oregon, an second-class mail matter. Advertising rates made known on application J Business in al will le inserted hi these col umns at live penis r line per week, anil will be mn until ordered discontinued. Kverv postmaster In Lincoln couniyls imthorl ed to act as agent lor the I.karkh. Official County Paper. LOCAL NOTESf Go to Howell's. For clothing see the Fall and just Bring in your eggs to Gowell. A fine line of Gents Hats of the latest shades and styles just opened at O'Brien's. For the best groceries and fresh fruit call at Peter Tellefson's, Ya quina City. Now is the time to put in your winter supplies. Gowell has every thing. We have just received another fine assortment of those handsome Cashmere remnants. Ladies, call and see them. C...

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. — 29 October 1896

reaJ id V I fit edtil htfr 'way, eves sod rat flit: SCK: etlt peat of ZZZ Fume IV' Toled0' Lincoln Countv- Oregon, Thursday, October 20. .806. NiiTnbir . DIRECTORY. LlMuI.Ji COUNTY. senator 1 ieitreseiiian'c, lit JuJe If 1 superintenaent e.'or siisioners J Tol. Carter E. H. Lake J. O. Htearns B. F. Jones George Landis J. L. Ilvde S. (i. Irvin Z. M. Derrick Silas Unwell T. M. Coombs Chas. Williams F. A. Godwin Miy Commissioners Court meets on Wcd- iT Alter U'C .'i"n'i, in rcunini), ,'June, August, October and December. CIllCl'lT COUKT. j c. Fullerton Judge yatea Pros. Attorney m wrnvwiGs on -1th Monday In Julv and :b Monday In January of each year. t;iTY or TOLEDO. Jones Mayor Stewart Recorder Kuhl Jlarshal Kmptad 1 . Alexander I ,K:r.-V:::::: Aldermen Mrlck r naugn J mcll meets on the llrst Monday ovenlng In month. TOLEDO PRECINCT. ice of the Peace J. A. Hall :able J. C.Altree NEWPORT. ire o( the Pi-ace (ieo. F. Sylvester n'jle V. II. Crutchlleld YAQUINA. ire of the Peace J. S. Hont...

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 October 1896

Lincoln Coanty Loader ' ,1. V. M i:V,l!T. I'lllili.li-r. TOLEDO .)i:i:i; HE m OF lit WEEK Cuniirelif HHi va ltevieiv of tbe Import Hnt lliipimiilnei of tlie I'HHt Week Culled I'l-oin ti TKlfi;rjth Columns. I. H Kouk, white, wtis shot and killerl by a ugro near Sunnyside, Miss. A posso hanged tbn negro. It is said that iu consequence tlie negroes have onalleuged thu whites and a nut is i:u iui limit. Saturday, October 31, has boon de clared an (lag day by tho national chairmen of the Republican, Dumo oratio and I'opulisc parties. It is re quested that tho national colors b dis played on all residences aud places of business on that day. The lierkey & Oay furniture factory, of Grand liapids, Mich., the largest iu the world, has resumed operations after a period of enforced idleness dur ing t'i tarir!C33 acprC33itii. Thu luo tory employs more workmen than any other institution in that eity. It is now certain that the lumber combine, known as the Central Lum ber Company, of Californ...

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 October 1896

I nts in 3 GRo 'ere so 'stern Or. in the Ct. lePhinec 'or b count; fc '8 mill, !teenb':i 0 Pan ibipped ii; e 08 ot i-of-wai.: shSeld i, umph t, place to J t tne B iption i ponndt 'fly 10,t alio ah: I isonclc 'derutt ronnd-i: pastel its audi ng lot--, itcomrl bscript iugcir.. Baton, 2 rs of i; I 7 o'ckl eutsthl leua hi nutu i. Tfc i OH e enti 8 COM" iws tb: itstii'l to t-l limit: mtvl est) ill oatioc I 8 rc leni 1 TOCI in bow I Itit' enVl )ljt Ait I ieJi n. Wli it! I up: 11 siiil tin I DP l it- i I o! IE CISESS OF BRAINS - 111.. I able Gathering at Prince ton's Sesqui-Centennial. THREE DAYS' CELEBRATION flevelnnd Delivered An -. Vlriress on 11,0 J'uuei aim e- ,ii)inllllltie of Our College Men. M 7 Mo- Oft Tln U;a ,rr o( Princeton during the lust three juts will be a part of the history of the fuited States. Primarily, the event Ls the celebration of tne university's Lqoi-ceutemiial. ' Historically, it was oungress oi nations, iormeu oy me test brains of those nations. Learned Savants...

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. — 29 October 1896

From Little Elk. , campaign against free silver men,! Editor Leader: Little Elk to cal1 them anarchist, coun- j precinct will, on next Tuesday, give ' 0-red. or some vile name unwor-; w T Rrvnn a mnmritv tw win , thy of any great newspaper. i entitle us the Bryan belt for the j McKinley may be the next presi-1 Made and tt Matotata Ufldmoe . ,1 ,i,:i, t .. of the people in Hood's Saraaparllla. xia strongest precinct in the county. !"c"1' ",,,v;u 1 l"",n- ",,L 1"'-v' "ut medicine cures yon when sick; Hit makes g The same day will also end the .... most remarkable contest at the polls , rate- and Sive a Sreat biS majority in the history of Oregon. The re- for Bryan tbe common. country publicans are claiming the state by bred- intellectual giant from the their usual eight or ten thousand ; western P. Lincoln county tnn;-;t w o... ii n, will also be in the Bryan column. . , , , , , In fact the onlv hones the rennhli- That is just the truth about Hood's Sar ffOliian aeknow et hrps that t ...

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 October 1896

a-- . r - D;7rur the rise of gold. Com Publishing Company 362 Washington Boulevard, Chicago. - giifeN Sfg yf Oy SIMPLIFIED. The Money Problem Brought Within the Easy Understanding of All. THE A, B, C, OF IT. A Speech by Mr. W. H. Harvey, the Author of "Coin's Financial School," on the "Relation of Money to Civilization," AT SPRINGFIELD, ILL. An Immense Audience at the Capital City of the State Composed of Members of All Political Parties, Give Close Attention and the Result Is a Marvelous Effect on the Audience. Mr. W. H. narvey, author of Coin's Financial School, and National Ex-jcutive Officer of the Order of The Pa triots of America, addressed an overflow meeting of 2,500 people in the State House at Springfield, UlinoiB. on the Oth of September. Mr. Harvey is not a politi cian, but treats political iiestious as questions of civili sation. In the Order re 'erred to, in qualifying as Its chief officer, he has taken an oatu of reuuii'-iation of po litical office, for life. eithi;r ...

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. — 29 October 1896

character, upon the manhood and womanhood of the nation. When one Is stripped of his possessions and can not find the wherewithal to comfort bis ra:nily and to proTldo for his natural wants he becomes a desperate man. To say that he Is a poor citizen bu-. feebly ex presses It Such a condition creates a loss or pride. When the Information comes to one, accustomed to the ownership of a home, that he is to lose that home, after .years of toil, and that information U conveyed to sucn person's wife and family who have worked hard and bared the tolls and troubles of the husband and father and all this coining upon them in some n anner luex plalnable, there comes with it sadness, sorrow and dis tress. When tens of thousands in distress are multiplied Into hundreds of thousands, then there is ihat general feeling that comes as If some great chloroforming proe ms bad settled down upon the nation, in the midst of It all we hear the crv of the creditor: "Pay m honest dollars, maintain your cre...

Publication Title: Lincoln County Leader
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