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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p t y a r rGI r wy J 7 c pVOTEITHE 11 V S THE EENDAZEL v i Establishoct March 4 1885 Mado Famous In tho Story of Jonathan end His Contlnont by Max ORell JI SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY n IIITHURSDAY NOVEMBER 1 1900 NUMBER hp HG ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman Tai B M HUGHESI I CO LOUISVILLE KY GrnloitlGxtvoII J Solicits orders from the merchants of the 11111 t A unlliorIrr will reelvelprumpt nttolltilltl p TON S WARF1ELD s-oiOIZ OTl Ca+ HAZEL GREEN ICY Shnuipnpiugeinlint 8atunlW omily for tho present IKE HARTF8ELDlle t rllJ Ky Itltlnl9nS- TaCUCGEudHEIMER Co LYNCH HUIUi VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No- tlons and ruiiV o tlllluufnlhirei tbe well known MKkAr li ntsunit Overalls hold your orders until you see beat oooaaoooooooasoooooao OO ttJ A HAM W II KASIt It 1CASH 11CASnoyaatLauJ GREEN ICY oourU of the county and she sptii1attention to collection aa oaoaoaooaatoaaase + + o- aowF r BAKER llviiil iiiirtcr liiirlMiurvlllo Icy rKlUKSKXTINU Mok1IIsoul BIOS SnOB Go Nashville ToiiriM- anufnrtnrcrs and JoWiom of STAlMJi nod CUSTOM SHOES onrriw H till line of MDiiilcs lid solicits your trtuk1 Sly DR M C KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Otllci at flay Houiw- HAHKL OKKEN KY Will miMvT calls day or night Sur gory obstetrics awl tli easos of females a specialty Keeps a supply of medicines J W CltXVKX WM L KASII CRAVEN X RASH44 HAS5BL GRBBN KY ofCOoTl IItulltlntca1 I i Wimble toms threeforupon guestSollritithe aretetpecttiy JOHH BURNS ADAMS ilvorsmitn ana Jeweler LEE CITY KY J I I I I Aepalra lNII L i 01It t COUNTY NEWS NOTES KaS To insure insertion AM corrcs bvMominythat nearby on Monday inoriiiiii Our correspondents derelict in duty nr dwo want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for tho week they have news letters Wo arc dependent upon them for the news told when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Grunt Lucy gnvo this plnco u plonsnut call Sunday John Brooks nttondod church on SundaySovoral attended tilt funoralI Iof Mrs S C Alex FridayInstlastUndo Kastus Brooks nod wifo attended church at Hazel Groon Sunday and took dinner with thoir nephew Monroe Nickcll Howard Stamper und family of Campton who have boon visiting over at the Walnut Grove for some days took dinner with Undo Newt Llc waybackW T Caskoy of your town canto up Sunday aftnr his sister Mrs M1 P Lacy Situ has boon on tho sick list for some time and wo hopo that her visit will bo both ploneant and profitablo Miss Minno L1ny of Hazol Green took dinner with Collie Onoy nt this plnce Saturday and in tho afternoon they haHII pleas ant horno hackride Gallic was at tamo on a visit from Friday untilI Sunday Gallic Onoy visited the family of Tom Strong of llioathitt county Inst week and whilo thoro mot stvoral of our buys Tamps Motloy Mort Pieratt lort Wilson and Cecil Hurt nil of whom sho was delighted to see Tho boys woro engaged in running tennis Oct 20 Susn SUXHKA- MHQuDont vote to nuke tho rich richer SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Vaughn and Wallin the photog rnphers woro calling at the Springs Sunday Wo had a pleasant tint with Osa Byrd of Salom who passed through hero Sunday Misses Nettio Iayno and Cordite JJrennoman of Hazol Greon were caught in tho rain out tins way last week Hush Swango had for his guests Saturday and Sunday Henry For rest and Harry Cecil of Grassy James F Woolumns and Will Clark of Milldrsburg woro guests of the Swango House all of last weekMrs 0 W Cecil and benevolent daughter Miss Ada of Consola tion wore pleasant callers on this side Thursday Harrison Swango and wifo at tended meeting at IIaol Green Sunday and shared a sumptous honor with Ova Swango and wifo on the Heights Rev C llexford Haymond and wife superintendent of extension works nod Prof r W Dinsmoro and wifo professor of art teaching of Boron college were guests of tho Swango JIouso Wednesday night OM their way to hold a live days tout lecture every night at Salyors ville Toy wore just from Bothol when they had hold a series of lectures Quito n number of our people attended tho funeral and burial of- lIrsIS C Alexander at Daysboro Friday Wo extend our deepest sympathy to the ones loft behind Jjliut dull only Ask thorn to follow hOI advice and In her footsteps und they will some day moot mother where purling will ho no more Sho was a faithful mombor and constant worker in tho church md will be greatlymissed there and by tho community around horOct 29 UN- OtST Vote fur BccVhani and Jthe ticket Y Hoe Jaa BIaORDurQ Will address 4Jie voters of this vicinity 011 stato and national is sues at HAZEL GREEN Monday November 5th at 1 oclock p m Everybody invited n A LANDSLIDE For William Jennings Bryan IIs Predicted By ExPreoidout- Clovoland Union Labor and Drummers for Bryan 1Dick Grokor Says Now York Is Safe for Bryan and tho Hol landers Will Vote Bryan A YEAR OF DEMOCRATIC TRIUMPH In an into view with oxPreai dont Cleveland on October 20th that gentleman enid to a reporter I My young mat you will seo a landslide for Bryan tho morning iaftor election Of this I am con fidonteporterIho indicationi according to republican loader Ire for McKinley 1Of course they tire That iis policy What I tell you iIs my private opinion II You do not understand the conditions 1horo aro elements nil over tho country at work which it would ho impossible to draw into lino for McKinley In tho first plnco union labor is for Bryan Of recent years this organization of labor has born a factor in politics n w Tliis iiolnre iis the trade mark of SCOTTS KMUrSION nml is on every little of SCOTTS I fUr SION in the World which now nmounts to rummy millions yearly This great business has grown to such vast proportiolls fyrsfBccausc the proprietors have always been niost careful in selecting the various ingredients used in its composition namely the finest Cod Liver Oil and the purest Hypophosphites- Sccoitf Because they have so skillfully combined the various iingredients that the best possible results are obtained by its ue- TrrfBecatwc it has made so many sickly delicate children strong and healthy given health and rosy cheeks to so many pale anaemic girls and healed the lungs and restored to full health cotnan thousands in the first staged of Consumption ampleItsSCOT f Jtom C icnilsts- Bp1t5Pcar1 Sired tNcw or1- IX and floot All divggIMB- Y r J a ii ui and certainly is not favorable to tho interest of cnpitnl I Tho traveling Wren nro for Bryan Thofio mon who nro a small nnny are of tlio opinion that the republican pnrty is tho protector of corporations and by tho amalga mationoCindustrial interests ninny of thorn have boon thrown out of employment I In tho Northwest in Minne solnin Dakota and Iowa thoro Sympnthyforflesh and blood will iindttoo them to support Bryan Soo if rant not correctI have no doairo to bo drawn into any controversy over tho results of tho election but if tho re publican managers honestly think that Prosidont McICinlpy will bo roolocted it is my opinion they aro mistaken They do not know tho situationI Tnnunauylendert carry Now York state but ho will carry it by a big majority and lie will run the saute way all over tho country Ho will bo elected as- certAin as his nnmo is Bryan I thiuginflftrUryand election brings good times TOLIVER TOPICS Rev W 1C Moore has moved to countyT has jut returned countyW his farm tow Mr Hoi Ion for 525 triptopollsTimesdny Cloy Browor was thrown from a mule last week and seriously in juredHenry spont8undnyfamily Miss Elsie Boling was tho guest of Missesi Etta and Carrie Swango Sunday ighforMrsthe funeral1 Howard Kash and mother pansou through this part Thursday en route homo Robert Day and wifo and two flouryRennin I OIfamily Sunday Miss Looleno of Mnytown was tho guest of Miss Nnnnio Ca tron Saturday night W M Clark wino hits boon eon I finml in his room for some time it able to be out again Kobt Brooks Jack Sallee and Burn Knsh of Jlaxol Groon wen at tho funeral Cor who died and when J Miss Dolt Hurt returned Unapt ono day lust week from Qlcncnin whore sho has boon visiting part of the summer spoutMonlnyi ors and seemed to enjoy them solves very much Misses Nottio Cox Cnllio and Rosa Will Hollo MoNabb and Maud Blackwoll woro tho guests of Nannio Catron Saturday night Last Thursday evening at C oclock George G Cox of Toliver Ky led to the alter Miss Nor Iholps of Fronchburg and was there united in tho holy bonds of matrimony by Rev nMnl1 ninDiod at hor homo last Sunday morning Aunt Juno Whoatly one of tho oldest nod most bblikiuj sisters in our community She has been a consistent mofnbot of tho church for a number of years aiid is today basking in tho pros once of God She loaves a host of relatives and friends to mourn hor loss Oct 80 SIIINEH- BgBuVqto against aristocrat flrogapce 1- M y A I Hazel Groon il i 0 Normalw Preparatory School II t lII Klfldentli 0 Swslon ot 1 ltMAHHLGHKKNAOAD Y It ItJMY will begin on Tuesday Sept 11th 1900 I IullI courses innliitnlnvd in nil deportments Win H Con nw prlnclpnl and n full corps ot competent midst omits will insure the continued RIICCCSN of this well known limit i particllnrsw WM II CORD Windtest md WINCH ESTKIl KY K II WITIIER8POON President IlD HUNTER Cftihlor Paid rSurplusThis Hunk solicits the accounts of metolinnts farmers trailers anti bnsincm men KentuckyrindI every the most liberal tormll tvhhin the 11m tolc- Jltltnnte btuikin- gf ootlflly Our lee rrtittned If vc inlt Any one icudtnit sketch nod dr crlptton ot nny Invention will IfItI nllIlclltIICcnretithrollhexpcutc1ntciitepcefnt0o7journalcuutdtrdInvestorScudVICTOR J EVANS 4 CO Patent Attorney Eton Dulldlng WA8HINQTON D C i I 1 I Hutncr Et00por tj 65c Rcaeing IforIflrllJlrllI Occpinbcr IfIn I Now IS tho thno to I subscribe Conio on with your cash I IdratllIt CAVEAT TRADE MARKS CJ4rrN TO AND DISIONS Kvncl your liuilntm direct to Washington eaves time rude lees butter norvlco Mr oOt 110 to U 0 aunt 08c rniB rrcllmln 1rr UISt tiJ rand Attpa re nut e viilll rttnl YUnOICltlAtU itnt frit r k B 0 Blumrc na ipcclrtl netsttthoat chug la UK AGElluu CoUi vwa i+ oavrvstiv ravvorwvw TW T T T T T T PATTSADVICE AS TO PATENTADILITY I Notice in Inrentivo Ago noon How to obtain 1aionU 1TTT1 nAYAItnnFUREE I OuirgrA moderate No Tee till patent u secured Letters Htrlctlvconadcntlftl Addressc cG SIGGERt3 Pltont LB er Wuhlnolon bc BLUEGRASS r NURSERIESa 0 FALL 1000 o x VRRYTIIINO FOR OIIOIIAHD irA WN AND OAHDKN Trocn by the Million Fruit Forest and Ornn nontnl ABlAJtAOUH GnAlK VlNKH l- tII9 Fnurrs millcerythlngllcctlcd 11I nbotit the home country or town 4 OttrNo AdUNrfl rMiioViDi ntltlIbottom to tlio iiclunl plnntcr 0 fron HILLENC4 M r4L- EXLNGTON H F j 1 NoUonjj rw trs t TO CUUK A COW IX YYib j yx J 1 rOI1RgeU if Take Lnxntlvo llronio Quhil1t1 f w I sill tIruJglhats refund money Jr r i euro 25c The cnuJtuoh arnleach tabletalIwJ S z 7fc j L s JJ Ii na I J 1j I Io c i r tJ fIIJF A r 1 lIood s slips Are prepared from Na tures mild laxatives and i while gentle are reliable and efficient They Rouse fflto Liver 4CureF Sick Headache Bil iousness Sour Stomach and Constipation Sold everywhere 25C per box Prciiaredby CJIIood CoLowolLMass I FIE HEAL- Dp FARM JOURNAL r Great From now to Dec 1003 5 YearsOfferNonrly By spectral1 n 11nllgomoll t made with till Hli9hols of tho FAUM- JOUIWAI wo aro onablod to offer that paper to every subscriber who F yourShenclfor the lprice of ours only our pn anti the FAUM Tounone yearpor until DocomborVAT from noW 1903 nearly 5 yours Limo Iii AIm JOURNAL is an old established pn- JJ nor onjoyins great popularity one t of tho best and most useful farm papers published I This oflfnr should ho accepted without dulay George Ilingo made a Hying trip to Rotlnvill Saturday Note nguinst 11 LITA lUSI Will v Perkins of Lacy crook is con find to his homo with ma laria BSVoto ngainst IMPERIALISM Dick Mussel loft Saturday for eniKwsoc where ho will spend a jjaborttimeS t in ring under the rooster Miss Clarke Long loft Monday a for Walnut Grove whoro site will spend n few weeks tfejfVoto for lliinford White Mary Swnngo Mary Piorntt and Jcmrio Day woro pleasant callers at TUB HKRALD onico Tuesday ErrsuDemocratic victory helps the poor Miss Cnllio Onoy who is teaching on Frozen crook spent Satur t due and Sunday with her mother inuDeimicratic victory helps the poor Miasrs Ida Pose and Lizzio Pio ratt carne up from Maylown Fri day and spout two lays on Lacy ciiokKi A vote sor Bryan sheajens cotton Vaughn it Wall in photographers of Voat Liberty attended church I horo Sunday and mado us a vory pleasant call teA vote for Bryan cheapens calico ooningInst0 FronchhurgRev 119i Votc to cheapen sugar and coffee p Misses Emma and Clonunanmos will return to their homo in llli nois t wook after a visit to rel yyatives and frionds in Montgomery and Bath counties 5l Note to cheapen sugar and coffee thoBrayvillo was a guest of the Day Hous1 on Friday anti sold n very hand somo bill to II F IMoratt from whom only can thoy ho bought alont vote to carry a soldier outfit 1 WHEN YOU nro feelingI tired and- S of sorts you will find IIloode wonderfulgoodc There are 189 illustrations in thornindolifeTlloreI paintingst igg+ is cream rich Jersey HondQ At1ill9otlPhiladolphiaCSfRryan llcckhnm Our old friend Tom Cnssoll of a Ie nBton was horo last week on onto to Canoy on a business tripIto 1 loft for homo Saturday f liSVoto for llrynn and Lust n trust e have JUllgoS nngo 8111 wife who fro been visitingt relatives amid 1 s in Illinois oro1101110luesla- bled nt 1 her rosidonco on Thnr- srDy last ofaysbOrotaiaoro all Frijj r THE SATISFIED MULE I linf a imilw mil great big cars lIe lives to me next minor For Here I hat a stable built Against my grocery store I gif him oats I gif him corn UIIIIIIIIot mules ean eat I ham n blanket for his back Uml shoes brotcct his feet His saddle lit him nil around Like paper on de wall I take it ollvcncfcr he eats Inside his vbitcvasbcd stall His bed is made of stubble stray So in winter be dont freeze In summer be looks tier window oud Und cnchoys the cfcning breeze I brotcct him light snit lock und key Do door he cannot pass Uf I did not dot foolish mule Would get oud on de grass He works front morning till in night I do not let bim stop So long dot be behaves Ills way He never lose his cbob I didnt hear hint grumble once He minds me as I like Irotcction makes him satisfied He Doesnt want to strike Yot for do I brolcct mint mule Und gif him dings vet Booty stroke his oars und pat hi head VIoli looks like gratitoot T I tell you vy if you keep still tud dont say it oud of syhool I gif brotection ufury time llccausc I ride dot mule It was so in de Fadcrland I tutu it yet ills tiny He who protects gill bold dc reins j Und makes de mule obey My1 mule is like some workingnian Who Fits n cbob to pull Or has a saddle on his bock So his dinner pail gits full Who votes dc ticket efery time Whose heart is full of Charily For nil the loafers riding him Who brag of our Prosperity If my old mule hail half do sense Vot workmen think deve gotI Hed lift his leg mind take good aim Vnd kick my dam brains oud Vy dont be kid1 sonic people say lIlntl git oud on de grass My mule dont know to help himself Ills fader was an Ass H V HUTHI nXUrynn and cckhlIllct both win Lot ovorybody go to Campton tomorrow to tho grand democratic rally which will bo held thoro and hoar tho true doctrine ably dis cussed by that grout orator Hon James D Black Before tho speak ing thoro will bo a grand milof tho democrats consisting of music marching a parade on horseback and tho firing of anvils All votors who aro in favor of tho reign of law and order and opposed to as sassination mind usurpation of office are requested to bo present CSyVote for Bryan and Stevenson Vork on tho big tunnel at Canny hits boon suspended indefinitely It appears that DoCreot tC Gill tho subcontractors wore obligated to cut tho tunnel vithout bridging or timbering it Aftor getting in some 800 feet on tho Hod river side and 200 foot on the Canoy side rocks began to fall front tho roof and tho railroad inspector decided that tho tunned must bo timbered This not being in the contract DoCrcetit Gill throw up tho job pending n decision as to whether thoy woro responsible and no one knows when work will bo resumed In trio meantime the grading all along tho lino is boing pushed to completion and as soon as tho tunnol work can bo com pleted track laying will proceed CSX Vote ngainat republican assassins lTo Throw Good Money After Bad will but Increase my tmln If you IInothroI1 away monor for medicines that did not cure Hoods Snrsaparllla tho now bceln tnklmr medicine Chat never disappoints Hoods Pilla curki7cntlncho indigestion lend tho ndCIA Farm for SaK Prof Cord in this issuo offers his farm 150 acres near Hazol Green for sale at private contract and a bargain can bo secured BOX Vote Democratic and bo happy J TAKE A PILL Tor That lIMro in lite St tinnaiIiulU Bffttloti Sick Ilonilncho HoodsPillssolutol unequalled as a liver tonic and general cathartic Thoy are small and easy to take and thoy playhopocket or in a ladys wallet Hoods Pills do not produce that griping grinding olVect which follows tho use of othor pills They do not weaken the system but loavo it stronger then boforo as thoy have n gentle toning effect oven whilo their cathartic properties are at work After you have once used Hoods Pills you will take no oth orB and you will bo thankful as thousands of people are that it is possible to got pills that operate without any weakening or nausi1 muting effects It L Vote right ring tiller time rooster If you want a good clone honest straightforward pap r that already is welcomed in thousands of ruralI homos throughout the country then lot us send you harm JournalI Its edit rs know what to print but bettor yet know what to loavo out Wo will send tho Farm Journal nearly 5 yours ro maindor of 1000 all of 1501 1002 ItlOtfand 1901 to every one who willI subscribe for Tux HKHAID both onrlonlyjlPat crofs in ring under the rwwtcr Bud Swnngo has tho thanks of tho editor and his bettor for a pig hoed livor and foot Thin comes about a near giving tilt whole hog aa a man co Id well do From head to foot generally con sidered cover everything But Bud is a big mutt with a heart in pro portion and whoa ho does ono a favor dont stop half way USulnt it in the ring under rooster Died at her Into residence in the Cox Mill neighborhood Suit urday night MJtJ Jane Wheatloy wifof Jas Whcatlo aged about GO years and was buried on Mon day morning UYoto for llrynn and a republic loll SIEA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this office sumo young man can save several dollars tf viiWINE ifOilp OF CARDUI p has brought permanent relief to n mil lion suffering worsen who were on their way topremturo graves Mm Mitchell was fast do lining In hoiilt when Wino of Cnnlui performed a wonderful euro In her cane Sue rufferpJ with the njo tiles of falling of tho womb Irucorrbron and profullo menstruation Tho weekly nppcarniioo of tho IIlln RS for two months pbslealway Then carne tho trial of Wino of Cnrdul lull tho cure Mr Mitchells experience ought to commend Wino of Cardtil to fluttering women lu words of tj burulnkeloquenceWN2orCMJI la within tho rcacx of nil Women who try It nro relieved Ask your tlnipRlst for a ft bottlo of Wlnoof Cnrdul nml do not tnko a substlhtto It tenderedyou I Mm Wllllo Mltobcll South Onslon N Ct Wino of Cnnlui nod Tliodforrta nine DrntiEht have pcrfotmod n mlrnculuu euro In my cuso I had been n rrcnt nifforcr with fnlllllll of the womb stud leucorrbu nml my menses camo cvcrr week for twot hutmtmnil Inliieoj mo to try Wino or Cnnlui and JllnoktrniiBht and now the loucor rhtrn bee IIInIJpOUICc1 and t nm restored t r perfect health 0- dtrectioM In eases tmnlrlnjr np Hsl I inldteee gtrtng- e ntldonlsTruk Indic 11 101 r Ueitbaent The 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Hare Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It nowTiudOut Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and lot It stand twentyfour hours a j It sediment or settling Indicates an j unhealthy tion of the kid i If it your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills r wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and part I of the urinary passage It corrects Inability f to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to RO often during the day and to get up times during the night The mild and the extra of Swamp Root Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In 50c nndl sties You may have a sample of this wonderful discovery and a book that I more about both sent i absolutely free by mall condi neys stains frequent desire every every many effect bottle r address Dr Kilmer itrme of 8 nmt noot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tion reading this generous offer In this paper MORCAN COUNTYr CONSOLATION CHAT Chnrlea Cocil told son Forros pnssoil through horn Monday W J Wallaco and wife visited Grant Nickoll and family Sunday Quito a crowd of young folks called on Hiss Lit il Long Sun tiny HUll ry Cecil is visitingi iin Con solution and contemplates drinking Swango wator for a while Mrs Maggie Jackson Missesi ICIh Cecil Laura Pack andI Mnsk Holly Honry visitodi friends anti rolntiviH of Holly from 1Viiltn until Monday Yo Horiho cal loti on Visa Lillie Evans Saturday and found horim it illb0I her school duties MisHOH Ada anti Nnnniu Cecil and yo serum attondud church at- ff anywl saying too littlo of the good pooph of CJrassy Oct 20 F1NNt- uGaYvoii1EMOCk11IOlICII I EZEL DOTS Mrs 0 C Nickoll and Miss Lulr wore visiting at Mttt Sterling last wool Nov Molvillo Sartin tho Meth list pastor will p roach at 1itu irovp tho third Saturday and Sun Everybodyinvitedi Miss Ova Cecil loft last wool for an oxtondod visit to friends and rel atives in TiiHwoll county Va Ova why not givo us the news of the country through Tnu HKUAID I Loo Carr anti Sponce Kan inn spent throe days lust woolc on Spun anti Dovils crook in Monofoe county hunting Thoy killed a number oftsquirrels nndn wild turkey that would outwoigh anyof our domestic fowls For onco in our lives we wish wo could vote our sontimonts in tho coming election llowovor wo cnn only appeal to tho Amorican citizen to cast their ballots for righteousness and pence Bryan nod Jiockham and thus ward oil tho impending evils Yo scribe had till pleasure of visiting kinsfolk near Coal Cave Saturday and Sunday Wo writ chestnuting on Saturday under tilt olilVa on Spews crook whorl it is thought Swifts silver minus arty located Wo didnt find any precious metal but found some tools used in blasting They woro in a crevice of rock anti looked as if they had been there since Daniel1 Boonos limo Wo tramped about four milo j tho boys killedoto squirrol and wo girls helped 7 of course to catch a ground hog that weighed 10 lbs So you see wo had a hogkilling time Oct 29 Liz1intit ANN CSrVoto ngafnst the ASSASSINS All who dosiro to woar nicely lanndriod shirts collars culls etc I should call on Robert Cord agouti for tim Lexington Stoam Laundry tho work of which is superior to that of any sundry iu tho state if jrVoto against roVbcrl rcpuUJcajw t Klija Hicks of Hiiulnion agent for II 0 Dunn fc Co was inlowi Wednesday ttsJrKotc early and vote OetnocrnrUi tuynn Ihipps is agMit for tho Homo Stoam Laundry nf Mt Sterling ptearVoto llrynn and bust the trusts If your hors or mull grin lump bunch bono spavino curb splint or any like ailment go to Join M1 Roan and got n bottle o f Quinns Ointment which will remove tho ohstnclotf55rnuVoto niiiiiBt the robber wnr tax Wm 11 lord will preach the funeral of Marian Cisco ten r White Onk in Morgan county 01 1 Sunday morn iag11e will fill his regular place in tho Chritiai church hon on Sunday evening lit 7 oclock His subject at nigh t will It To the Law and tho Tosti mony CaT Vote flgninst McICinloy monarchy Miss Lain Rash requests us to say that her new fall and will tor line of millinery including hats trimmod anti untrimmed trim min i of all kinds silks satins and in fart everything that is kept in a millinery store are now ready for inspection and sho desires tin ladies to call and see the same Her prices are such that will suit everybody BttrVote straight and dont he late Why send away from homo for pianoes organs sewingmachines buggies Ac when wo can and will savo you money and goods will In first class Wi1 sell direct frnir factories anti save you the jobber profit which is always big enough Wo will repair your sowingmn chines watches clcksitc in first class style std at rousonablo prices Wo ran astonish you in prices on Nee biblest picture frames wntohws jowolry otc oct Ivindly solicit tug the pntronnite of Wolfe nml aurroturdink coatt hes Mail orders shall hnvo specif- attontion i When nnswprinR tbisi advertisement say yon saw it ir tho HAXKI GKKKN HKRAID IunI Very truly JTI ClltVKlX N- 8tf Hazel irtlen I TVOTK HUYAN VbTKV15XSO V TO Tin uitiAlick 1111turocl of her ilenfurss AIn 1 noics in the headI 1 hy Dr Nichnhun ArtificialI MirI Drums gave IIOWK to hI Itistiliite so that deaf people iniHbl lu procure the lair Drums may hAl then free Addrosw No 11r The Nicholdon liHtitnto iSo Eighth Avenue New York My J A Farm f r Sale1 I will toll my farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of aloud SO acres of cleared more thnn half of which iis in grist nnd the test in good oak timber with ono Good Frame Dwelling Houso of four roomy and egad drillnl will of never fniling water HIM oulhoiiMft cribs uul stable also two tenant houses there Iis u Kino Vein of the 1U3ST COM from which several thousAiid bushels are sold each year Thu farm iit ono and one half uiil y from JIlnwl Jrtwn A good iKir nui uanhu made hy applying in perI fon cr writing to WM1 11 Cone HaRfl Green Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY Tue Toledo Blade TOLEDO OHIO Circulation 178000 Tlia Ont Nationnl Weekly Newspaper- of Ainorioa lire only Weekly editedexl Tonsly lor every lute nml territory The New ol the World o arrnnxotl that busy dineIq1 All ctirriut topics uinile plain In oiuli istne- by i special1 editorial matter urittpii Iron ireptlon flown to dote The only paper ublisheil otpeclally fur people who tlo not read daily niwspniurs nnd yet1 thirst for Inin facts That nni kind ol a nvwypitpor popular IU proven by the fart thttt thu Itokly lllntlo now has over Jj lIfO yearly ibseribers and Is circulated in nil parts 01- the United States In tuUHtlon to the news The Itlaile publiHhcs short and serial torio and niiiny dopnrlinents of matter attest to every member of the flxmtly Only ONE OIIAU A YKA- Uptr Write fo xpvcmcn copy Address THE BLADE nu TOLEDO 01110 1L MilUnery Inn Latest IiterSliies TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS fcc which are of the hirst pnttorit nml up to date in nil respects Tin ladies tll Hazel Green and vicinity are rtque ted to call mid examine my stuck DRESS MAKING t In coiiiifction with my MILLINKUY STOUK I liiive n lint of lreia trim + including shirt VHif4s shirt waist green+ etc etc Mini lug procured to lit and mnko drewes in the latent styles and do all kinds of sewing In Iwith depnrtiiieiits I111th prepared troll very cheap and guurittiUe satisfac tine in 11I1lUH1- IHS i IK N 1DAY f4jlJ3ifjtIf H f4 Jrj 9 ONLY WII1TB TAR SOAP IN TilE WOULD i Whiter S wp- ii i luun ui and trirlI ii lavpand r to the foJi 1 tar u tM la every N iIi mntalna the hcalinc ai4 annepur- rtyertc4 the Mack ur oar v c rc freedom iron their obj I Ii 0 rt hbowl fur iis1 It i i yIi chef wi III liitri itt ii Jlartl or toft warcr far mrc- tf i i tr r I Golr- I i rd u Oiij rfii iul tlit ti 14 fcwiS Ur c 1 U k JO- It c ercc much mare cljrrcrinc than other toifi titiJthtt chr inut ltUKlUtir m he ItA king among mhamponaia In the iratmoRt ol Iklft Kilo and hour ditcatr rviud cUt of daiufnifl watt held ill etc Whiter iit highly revomni oir l iHfIIr rccnnmrnj fur babies baths aiJ in CUM of thie ur heat rub the tamp itI j cdjly efficacious lafc your tlMltr for tt MANLFACTURCO BY r3 CLiNTON SOAP CO CUWTON JOVVA 1L t jstern Railways tuiiu ta91n in EHoot October 21 1GOO BAST IIQUN 1- wo iSTATIONS Daily ex Dally tot Suuday rSuutiny AM it11311rwe pmAviiriputViiiihl I pprLaI pwfulranpmlStaiuni pialI pipnttndeuI pmlCurrent1 I 1 t pmIknitpmTollega pipJnckxauterVRST HOUND I ul I STATIONS Daily us No a hun+ ay Daily J salUholj pMTalltpeuIteattyr pIrrnpaNatltrtdgepI8UuulhpaMiltonpaStauNnpaClueI I rmI1 J parIvanI I 101IlilllClolI J It UAllUUe 1tlIIItJr- CIIAS SCU1T len Paw lxcut- w r uirtb rr taaUII all of AND VI60 ia1Th11Uldi I rtnln1111ltLtrtudlruren4 IIIw1InaunttothatKIotIIrltinmltor IttialaciirrkbwitrgmtrY4u1WKMn Ib1 Trnllbl ntI flU r Rtrtt 1 XIht anfig1A r 1Inr r VlunnntHxag SultIotaktrc aUn rarelalxtipGOFInwoctorUp AII b TIE LEADING LUrHING HOUSEnnI I ENTUCJKVn Louis Gus Straus E JI J u NO ADVANCE Its PRICESNO ADVANCE IN PRICES I 44OOOq VJortli off File C1othiu- i l Ii ZSSS SAT THE OLD PRICES Goods have advanced 50 per cent but1 hiIBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful mag Worsted Suits atJOther Dealers ask 1000 I r Beautiful line of Boys and i Childrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the statei When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters j LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY I fi rInil Orders Filled Promptly 4 rrlwM a r F II Ii Jb f n r b t1t c e 1jLIq- r111 a N exJstvy L yOluts lf 11I r OflQ t of RO51i 1 1 onlpany5 rI P ret fitlinf 1uitS toqRrcatfirstJ starknoa1011111011 tt t1a i1N jifJ1a madeIVout ii UlucuretyI f tleypA Priaa1i1 othersaJ riHUtuiitDIe SAMPLE OOKA J1ICtluuOvercurlr TJSOLI1A10r0 J jA i J HAZEL GREEN ICY v rJli1 i r IiIi- I u rl i 5ii luiv jI u4 rt ivd tfinest Hat riul t alisl vnrily f LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS f SHOES ivur brought to tin mountains nnd having luutfht tlinn I ffro the Jy tve nt lin in I Lather Iant prepaid to snv niv customors numyon k very purchiH tt thy mnk 1 want tho lad it fl VHrnrinllv IIII txaniino T my stock1ur tin prier ICan slov thiu a fltllltllH1111 tlint 1- 81orhlInltIP I t 1 that the uhoi stocklt lI ROSE mf ld r 0f7VfffftfVuc1t Gl Ni51T mLc 11 3GTIJN to to t HoforancolxerttxwrldNis oIllaneandthnuandantRradantr inI LIJi rulndaC Lg8kt1snmetal nlny teutraidterefrrurtrureraurlt tDalOfto Book xtthn n1Snsn C kOOIJing nrrllealappllcatkInMerrhandtrineeonmlNInn1 ttttt JIInc 11II1f 1nllrdrtD GI udurM 1tnphonoprapiyrMwritint TIcrarb bteertnltti rtmrntt and t mrhrr 1 0 Vats h1 II j55 to 90 to I dslaty JYt i4hl4it Iuuti2arItrMteebtruutICrhIthfuherandbenntyhaca7igtroJJtadw INJo uaktra oaN VILBUR R SMITH Lexington y It rt14ftrNeltlr 1r Invraw lv lrNferrfy dG err Entup pta J fJff pq ill ill LUttoJ1J fillrr yr OlIIlIlUIluQ ct tlowI t- ti il IL t41t vl1 fwr- 1 i I j I f 4FHE HERALD T SPEMOEM COOPER Editor 1 1 HAZEL CREEN KY I THURSDAY Novombor 1 WOO t I DEMOCRATIC TICKET KOU rilKBIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nobruoki FOIl VIOK IHKBinKNT ADLAI K STEVENSON of lllinoiB FOU GOYKIlNOItTr 1H3CKIIAM of Nulfion Count FOR OONflUKHH J IJANKOIU WHITE of Estill County Jon JWH1K AlIKLATB COUNT JUDGE W F HALL Of Hiirlan County +Announ Emt12T + Ior Hoiri nonallvtillHl DlNtrlrt nro authorized to nilI CECIlWe e IAMKS1 n CECil of Morgan county as a candidate furI llepn ftoutntlve to the Lcirlslntnro fur Morgan amI Wolfe counties subject to the notion of the Democratic party VOTKUH if you want to assor t your manhood and indopondance Vat for Bryan and Stovoneon Boy Vote for Neckham ami the ticket 14 WiMMr Bryan bo elected T Mayl ho answered by another quos tion Duos a duck liko dough T The truth of tho latter is the focit of tho former BQiVoto iigaiiiat aristocrat arrogance PoHSiniiY Now York is tho one myB country still but if BO iit would seem that tho enemy has turnod wobfootod and taken to the swamps BSTUrynna election brings good times s Now is tho opportunity to save I tho country from imperialism inilitaryism and boHsismby voting fortryan and Stovonson next rUOII1 day BgyEoto early nml vote Domocrnrtic TUB latest infamy tho ropubli can party is guilty of was tho dis charge of 10000 whito employes in tho stock yards at Chicago and tho filling of their places nogroos accompanied by tho avow al that thoy do so bocnuso they can control tho negro voto iQrVoto Bryan null host tho trustsI 11 WAI to god some gift ta gio us to BOO ouraola as ithora see us is Last now applicable to tho workingman and ovary one of his class who is mado to boar tho burden of tho administrations imperialism in tho taxes ho pays upon tho no cessities of lifo XguYoto against tho robber war tax TALK about imperahsm being a mytb 1 1110 have had it demon since 1800 whoa the ropub sos ordered thoir men tot l Bryan on pain of los Iba Unless their ovor Jrotonsions aro rebuked jpt bo many years before ainan will bo ordered to fHnnna8 candidates on oiiig imprisoned or shot I1J J o against McKinley monarchy 1 r- r iM e BEFOUB another issue of TilE HKHALU tho election will 1mvo boon hold and tho domocrntic tioket elected with tho exception of our candidate for judge of tho court of appeals which is conceded toM 1ORonr both by reason of his poi 1Bonnl popularity nnd tho onormot republican majority in tho district which is between fivo and six thousand if wo mistake not With any other man than Ed Ollor representing tho republican pnrty tho democrats might hnvo hopo 1 toI cut down this majority to onelm at least But it will not surpis I us if ho polls tho full strength oC his party and n largo vote bosidi All or nearly all the faction known as Brown democrats will voto for him told whore ho is personal known ho will receive many votnsi from the rockribbed democrat In Montgomery county ho is ory popular and while tho county iiisI democratic on a strict party vet wo aro told by mon who have ul ways boon truo to democrat tonots that Mr OKear will UII doubtedly carry tlio county Wol ho married in Morgan county whey ho lived several yonrs and dome crats of that county toll us that whilo ho finnynot carry the county ho will at least cut down the usual veto to time minimumm On tho other hand Mr Hall tho dome crutic candidate hails from tho extreme edge of tho state is scarce lly known in ninny counties of the district and is withal nothing of a mixer as compared to his ropub lican opponent Thoroforo with his personal popularity his wol known ability as a stump spoakc and lib faculty of making friond- aulongstrnngeratheroisIittledonIii i I i nono in factof Mr OUoar election But because EdJ OUoti IrIhis race is noI reason that democrats should bt J discouraged or downhearted tli prospects with others of our cnn didatos Bryan unless we nro ns much mistaken as the boy who burned his shirt is sure to win and so will Mr Bockham hut tby perhaps not so largo a majority liB that of Mr Bryan tad Mr 11hitt- will win in this congressional1 dI is trict Conceding tho judge of lho court of appeals to tho republican tho democratic party should pu t forth ovory effort to oloct Mr Bryan Mr Itockhnm and Mr Whito in thoir respective races Ihoy cnn win with a proper of fort upon tho part of ovory demo orat and thoro being more politca significance in tho election of thus three thnn in tho oloction of 1 judgo of tho court ot appeals every democrat should put in his best licks in their bohalf without wast ing animation upon a race already lost to us- ISrVOTB ll1MOCRATICTI011 1 NKW Yom city recently granted 1Mr Bryan the democratic candi ditto for president tho grandest ovation over accorded any candi Into for president or any other dignitary and tho democrats of that state are wild in their enthu siasm Madison Square garden the biggest hall in the United States was packed to its utmost limits to hoar the distinguished democrat discuss tho political issues and this being the year for democratic success in that state thoro is scarcely n doubt but its electoral vote will bo counted for Mr BrynnL BSrVOTKIWYAN rt STEVENSON IT is estimated that tho forma titian of tho many trusts put out of mployment over 100000 drum iors and that they will voto tho omocratic ticket and influence heir friends to do so is but roason blo Who therefore can doubt ho election of Mr Bryan who is lodged to bust tho trusts SSrVolo against tho ASSASSINS TiiEitB are 27 democrats nt I Jackson who will voto for Bryan and for Yorkos was tho re mark made in our presence n Cow days since and wo wore led to so liloquizo What kind of demo dlcrntsus of the Englishman touring this country during Mr Clovelandi second campaign Hearing a man montionod as being a II mug wump ho inquired what it meant nnde was told that it was a ropublicai who voted tho democratic ticket What thensaid hoII is a domI ocrat who votes tho republican ticket Oh hrs a d fool was tho laconic reply teSTVote for White and tho right TUB farmer tho laborer and the mechanic should remember that to holp pny tho cost of maintain ing an army ho pays n revenue of two cents additional to tho fee upon every money order ho buys in the postoilico and a similar roy tmuo upon every medicine ho purchases for his family It is n small sum to bo sure but falls most heavily unfortunately upon tho man whoso family is tho most alllictod for tho reason that he has tho imost nwelicillo to buy rter town with McKinleyHl monarchy IT is worthy of recollection that Senators Lodge Forakor Wolcot I and Thurston assorted on tho lloo of tho sonato soma two years ago that they wanted no subject races and that thoy had no idea of permanently holding tho Philippinesi that tho Filipinos wore entitled ton I free government of their own making nod that any departure front llusu lines would bo subver sive of tho principles of our gov ornmont However things have changnd sinco then W r Vote down Murk Hanai monopoly TUB only I nsulliothave in conceding to tho republican party tho election of Limo appolato court judge is time fact that tho oflico is of no political1 significancei andI the fact which most of mill wo halo that they have a m jority of 5500 IIthnt wo couldnt overcome tggVotc with the whito mans part TUB man who votes for Judge Mull will have the conscious sat isfaction of llueing one who did nott help elect OHoar and thats con solution JfcoyVote for Bryan mill Stevenson ITS only a few lays moro untilI mill tho presidential candidates but ono will painfully oxpiro and thouthe fireworks I Vote apninst Mark lanna method DKMOCUATS in nil oftlie precincts soo to it that you got tho full vote out next Tuesday and lotus have an old fashionedvictory CfejyVoto democratic ticket straight Yon tho stright democratic tickot next Tuesday from tho hondI of tho ticket to tho tail CSyVoto against robber republicans I EDITORIAL BRIEFS Well well wonders will never tense A man has been killed in a duel in Franco and a French nero nnut hiss broken tho record in itoad of his neck I Its lucky for tho republicans that election day is near at hand If Mark Hanna and Toddy loose volt had time to tour tho entire country McKinloys defeat would bo absolutely curtain Mr Marburg one of tho tobacco trust magnates hits announced in ss- n public speech under republican uspices that tho trusts have como 1 to stay and that there will bo no a irthoruso for tho commercial trav I lor Perhaps MrMarburg may find f imsolf mistake if Bryan ia elect O d Of course if McKinloy wins oihing olso is to bo oxpected 1- I Sir Thomas Lipton has ohallong 101 for Americas cup and has en gineorod a cornor in pork at tin same time on tho side lie need ono to enable him to pay for tin other limo trusts all declare that they havo lost money this year this may go with the public hut Marl Hanna wount bo fooled by any such hard luck excuses when ho canto round with tho lint Mr Hanna says that tho Stand and Oil trust with nIl othor trusts was wiped out of existence by tin Sherman antitrust act The devil is lend perhaps but who is doing tho work tho devil used to do Toll us that Mr Hanna Suppose Toddy does gain live or six western electoral votes ane loses New York wherein should his profit liol Ho had bettor go back west again und not chaise thn loss of Now York by making speeches thoro If Bobs koops on putting down tho Boor war ho will soon win more laurels than tho British Em piro is able to furnish lie should bo content with to follow Geneia Otis prescription und end tho wnl not in TO than a hundred times Mr Hanna is said to helve been converted to Christian Science ut least to tho political phase of it According to this doctrmo you know you curl diuio by refusing to biliovo in its existence So Mr Ilannn wili cure tho trust evil by doming that it exists Tho President says t hn till though ho confirmed tho treaty with Sulu ho lows not recognize its provis ions By what authority then Mr iMcKinloyI i do you pay tinI salary of the harem keeper of tint Sultan Of course thoro was n good don of organization about time BryanI welcome in Now York tho other night But nevertheless it was clearly evident that something mow than organization was there A noto of spontaneity was most conspicuous Ploaso toll us Mrr McKinloy how Porto Rica which always hat u surplus in it treasury dcspiU immense contributions to SpalliisimI expenses of ono sort or another should now bo a million dollars inI debt and going deeper ovory lay Can it bo duo to carpet bagging f- I Postmaster General says that tho republicans will win in West Virginia by eight or ton thousand majority This announcement was preceded n few lays ago by a con Horvativo estimate that eight or ton thousand Virginia mind Car Dlino negroes had been colonized in West Virginia For a man who is cracked up to- be as popular as Colonol Rooaovolt his progress is attended bnn ox raordinary number of mobs Ac cording to his own showing tho worst hated man in time country could not have had a roughor time of it But perhaps Toddy is only ryinjj to mob his way into oflice Bryan is not a calamity candi late In fact tho shoo is on tho I I other foot Tho McKinloy manaj gors nro trying to win by moans of I lolibornto throats to throw tho ountry into n panic nUll cause uII nisinoss crisis if Bryan wins heir whole campaign is based onII j error intimidation thud eorrup tion ExSenator and Judgo George fray of Delaware has como out for the democratic tickot He hints trongly that ho thought that ho- wns buying tho Philipinos to sot thom froo and not to enslave them Itb is said that oxSecretary of State Dny agrees with him in this assor tion but that ho considers that it ouldnt bo fair to his lifo long publiJJy n NOTICE To nil wholll It w foliwIII IIIIIOllllt either hi- r by note or necoual i11 tb- O snne Is not settled with e 11I0lCIIkctobcri 1 oDilcrsmtcheaperyourselves 1 culls LifFijBOGO CASH PRODUCE BUYERS GameFurs 204 DUANE STREET ANEW YORK Write for Our Present Paying Prices r rr PUBLIC SALE n- rravarSI ooo Oil TUESDAY November 20th at U oclock p111 IIwill sllIpllllhchon th premises two small places near the riorthc th1ollt 1 iHe vcn Acres ol Inid The other is the Ed Siithertnnd j hiee adjoin iiii with Tvcnl aeihousei They will be sold first separately nnd then wilbringMaliStreeti prospective purchasers J SCOTT RENICK 1S1M SYCAMOPiE i- SheriffsS Sale tot Taxes Ily virtue ol taxesditc the Shrriflof Wolfe county for vents isttin to I nillon JIc nilnj laybehreeni oclock p m at the courtt house door 1In the town of Campion 1lxpnSl to imbli stilt for rush in hand the following ret estate or M mush thereof as mtiy he ncccs towltIDistrict Xo IYear 1HOO ni K Cub sun 370 acres of laud nnlocnlcd Tax ant cost 1035 District No 3JYear IHCO Mary E lloiiian 110 liens of land nnlocated Tax and cost 5 17 District No IYor1 1WO TTinkUiO acres of land nnlocated Tux mud costs fS District No 3Year 1900 Mints Pa mot UiO acres of land nnlocatedI Tux nUll cst ts tis- lHslrid No IYrar 1100 Win Ptcltor Kill acres of land unlocatcd Tax nod cost Ti97 District No I 18P91000 G111 Hoot 1 Its news ol land adjoining lands ofClai inda Whismnn I1tx and cost S17 District No 4 11FIlS and ISIH Louellc Mushs heirs 813 of COO acres of hind nd joining lands of Kilns Reynolds Tax nm cosh X57- 1District No IYlnr 1000 P Chihiooil 200 acres of land adjoining lauds of act Ponders Tax mid costl Cl S District No 1Veor MOO Nrnl Moore 100 seres of loud adjoining lauds of n F liIIHI1IIX anti costI JfJJIO A TI COMBS S W C District No 2 Years UPSW One town lot in Hazel Green listed in the nnnic or Xi in rod L Ware Tux old 0itlOft3 A TI COMBS S W C Hv II V IIKHAIT D S October I 1900 1j OIJLYLI ONE DOLLAR less than a lintt a dap- TII9 MORNING HERALD of Lexington ICyv The Great Newspaper of the Blue Grass i j Editcdr4jII From Now Till December SL Send Your Name and Your Mousy NOW 11ONlY 11 HERALD firstttYi tbo 1en i1J = r ICJ = i j Ji r a Bw t v o EoilTDIHE = r w js = e = r b d J ot 1 tt NESPAPER LAWSI wbo WIn the prper retulerlr Rom the r AUheher directed obi ueme or 11u rI r or oOt It npoodhle for the per thcoutiehatedecldeal the refuting loteke DeW ft d perlodleeb the poll omce or remona IZ uncalled tar u PrlmllaeI uldlI a1 TIttStOb + PUVD ate j 800I900 14 A fonte Historical Parallels Be tween Jefferson and Bryan First hear now Mr HjO ry Adams k gumming up of the tirades against Jeff pon by the Federalists of Now England and Now York In 1800 Every dlssoute Intriguer loose llver forger falseq Hner and prisonbird every hah bralned loudtalking dem- agOgue every speculator scoffer and atheist was a follower of Jefferson and Jefferson was himself the incarna lion of their theories WHAT KOOSBVKIT SAYS OF H- KroLiowiats aSi OK JKIKKIISON Study the Kansas City platform and you cannot help realizing that their policy Is the policy of Infamy that their triumph would mean misery so widespread that It Is almost unthinkable and n disgrace so lasting thnt more than a generation would Lave to pass before It could be wiped out Tlicj eland for litvltMn ft wad 1114 nrder fur ttUhoneiity anal dUlionor fur llrenio HIM IUlnlm ut linuin and cute I ardly shrlc I Iii from duty ubroiul THAT HISTOIIIANS SAV Of IKITUIt b 80VS 1t1I S ISJUA lOS And what followed all this hysteria 4and maliro Invocation of dread spec tres and prediction of tho mob What c was the sequel An administration as SChOll 1 Justly describes It peace C ful progressive and popular beyond nil precedent especially strong ands successful just where the direst disas ter had been foreboded in the man agement of time finances of the coun try The policy of this remarkable administration writes this admirer of Jefferson was at once and steadily successful In winning the people and the prestige of enthusiasm became Ir resistible when conjoined with the prestige of success An executive neither the Instrument of others nor- aI betrayer of trusts wo may regard t Jefferson as the genuine personator of that to which Frances First Consul presented contemporaneously time counterfeit a leader of the common i people in the direction of their best desires This verdict is not simply that of aJeffersons admirers The historians ere harmonious Mr Morse in his TOlume on Jrflcrson in tho American Stasiici Eeries and neither the series as a whole nor Mr Morses von eve in particular will ever be tiC y cused cf making admiration of JolTer a son its forte uses terms almost Iden tics Mr Schouler In tho passage quoted Is writing of a time midway In Jeffersons second administration Just before the troubles with Ingland J Mr Morse Is writing of the close a Us first administration when tho campaign for his reelection ap rJ proached Everything ho says re popular1tye LtJand good natured amid the broad visa ble facts of the passing time tnxesSI LtJ1IlInlshed Had the country liqilbeen for many years past so free from irritation and anxiety growing out of politicalJdadliness thvJf irosnRrltv and tramiullltv left little I TOSUPPLiNT wHITEs twinCompetitioni byConquest PLAN ALREADY OPERATING Never In the history of this gov ernment has tho labor of this coun try been so menaced by the threatened Influx of the Mongolian and Malay cheap labor of the far east as seems probable under tho McKinley policy of Imperialism should that dangerous policy be ratified by the American peo pie Without the labor vote that polio cannot be approved It behooves the laboring people therefore to look out for breakers ahead What does the conquest of the Philippine islands mean T It means that they shall be come American territory What rights does that proposition carry with it to the people of the Philippines The McKinley policy to makd the Philip- Pine islands American territory by con quest and subject to American juris diction carries with It the right of the people of those Islands to free lo comotion to travel whither they will from one part of American territory to another without let or hindrance What has happened In the Hawaiian Islands wider the McKlnley adminis tration since those Islands have been annexed to tho United States will take place In this country Fourteen to twenty thousand Japanese coolie la borers have been imported Into the Hawaiian Islands by the rich sugar planters under contract since the annexation of those Islands and this too In violation of the contract labor law Why did not McKlnley as tho chief executive of this nation whose duty It was to enforce the law prevent this influx of Japanese coolie la bor Simply because he Is hound hand and foot in the clutches of time syndicates and trust combines of the countryWhat have we in store for the Phtllpplnu islands should tho Mc Klnley war of conquest bo endorsed Tho Influx of Chinese coolie labor Into those Islands under the sanction of the McKinley administration General Wesley Morrltt and General Charles A iVhlttler U S V and other land and naval officers went to Paris from Manila to testify before time Paris pencn commissioners as to the Philippine people their wants needs capabilities and government General Whittier saidThen tho question of the admission of Chinese with tho strong argument on both sides Ill merchants of Ma nila are unanimous in their represen tations of tho necessity for more cooley labor They and many others re quire it in Manila and think that It will bo necessary In railroad building and In tho development of the coun I otIthere being no such In the country nor can there be tho climate prohib iting that Cheap labor and plenty of It Is tho life blood of the Philippines There Is room for Ihrie millions of isfthe present estimate The Omaha lice Republican said editorially Oct 14 189S If we absorb tho Philippines with their millions of cheap laborers and proceed to tho development of those Islands Indus trinity Mari commercially by tho utili zation of this cheap labor NOTHING CAN Sly MORE CERTAIN THAN THAT IN TIME OUR HOME LABOR WILL SUFFER FROM THE COM PETITION WE SHALL NOT BE ABLE TO PERPETUALLY SAFE OFePROTECTION NOW IN OPERATION Territorial expansion as r- T T rrr TTHE 1 11C +1 Y HERALD HAZEL GREE EYSUPPLEME a I r l p I f F NEWSPAPRR LAWS t ir iluttike the paper uplUI rrom Ili- apt1 ieCI whetber c1it to hla fume Of Whittier rlolo1leciwror DOt Is rpoclbl loc the pay TM COWS bare deddes tbt rtfuing to lake new rffrom the IDOYIIJlIet ITU7OXAL Fnava l 18001900 lomE Historical Parallels Be tween Jefferson and Bryan First hear now Mr JJte ry Adams naming up of the tirades against jeflgrson by the Federalists of New England and New York in 1800 fBvery dissOfute Intriguer looseliver larger falsec ner and prisonbird eyeryhair bralned loudtaldng demagogue every speculator scoffer and tbeiBt was a follower of Jefferson and Jefferson was himself the Incarna tion of their theories WhIT KOOSEVELT SAYS OF tilE TOMOWKKS OF JKFFEKSON Study the Kansas City platform and you cannot help realizing that their policy is the policy of infamy that their triumph would mean misery so widespread that it is almost unthinkable and n disgrace so lasting that more than a generation would have to pass before It could be wiped put They stand for IawlegtnMe and dle order for dUhonenty and ill hunor for license and disaster at home and cowardly ihrlnklnc from duty abroad WHAT HISTORIANS SAY OF JEFFEU SOVS AD3UXISTKATION And what followed all this hysteria and malice Invocation of dread spec tres and prediction of the mob What was the sequel An administration as Schouler justly describes it peace ful progressive and popular beyond all precedent especially strong and successful just where the direst disas ter had been foreboded in the man agement of the finances of the coun try The policy of this remarkable administration writes this admirer of Jefferson was at once and steadily successful in winning the people and the prestige of enthusiasm became ir resistible when conjoined with the prestige of success An executive neither the instrument of others nor- a betrayer of trusts we may regard I Jefferson as the genuine personator of that to which Frances First Consul presented contemporaneously the counterfeit a leader ot the common people in the direction of their best desiresThis verdict is not simply that of Jeffersons admirers The historians hue harmonious Air Morse in his rolume on Jefferson in the American State SMCI series and neither the series as a whole nor Mr Morses vol tore In particular will ever be accused j I of making admiration of Jeffer son Its forteuses terms almost iden trialMr Schouler in the passage quoted is writing of a time midway In Jeffersons second administration Just before the troubles wltb Ingland Mr Morse is writing of the close of Ills first administration when the campaign for his reelection approached Everything he says re dounded to his good fame and popular ity1 The nation felt comfortable vislIWere not expenses curtailed and taxes reduced and debts being rapidly di minished Had the country been for many years past so free from irritation and anxiety growing out of foreign Affairs Had political1 kindliness ever before permeated the nation as it did today Four years of prosperity and tranquility left little room for discontent with the govern I ment Amid such influences politicalt opposition pined and almost died The verdict of hktnry on the ndmlni tratlon of the latter day Jefferson William lennlnc Bryan who hl1 bee cmoro bitterly abused than even hU grey- ss prototype will closely follow out the parallel tTO SUPPLANT WHITES American inCompetitionbyConquest PLAN ALREADY OPERATING Never In the government country the threatened Influx of Malaycheapseemsprobable policyofdangerouspolicy peoplevote that policy cannot be thelaboring outforWhat does the conquest of the Philippine Islands mean it means that they shall be come rightsdoes totheTheMcKinleyPhilippine territory by con quest jurisdiction right of the people of those Islands to free lo comotion willfromterritorytoor hindrance What HawaiianIslandsadminis tration since those islands have been annexed to the United States will take Place in this totwentylaborers theHawaIIansugarplantersthe annexation of those Islands and this too laborlawMcKinley as the chief whosedutyprevent labor boundhandof the syndicates and trust combines of the countryWhat thePhilippine endorsedTheinto theMcKinleyWesley Merrltt and General Charlcs A Whittier U S V and other land and naval officers went to Paris from Manila to testify before the Paris peace commissioners as to the Philippine people their wants needs capabilities and government General Whittier saidThen the question of the admission of Chinese with the strong argument on both sides The merchants of Ma nila representations cooleylaborre quire it in Manila and think that it will be necessary in railroad building and In the development of the coun try saying There Is no question of competing with American labor here there being no such in the country prohibIting it is the life blood of the Philippines There Is room for three millions of Chinese comfortably while 90000 is the present estimate The Omaha Bee Republican said editorially Oct 14 1898 If we absorb the Philippines with their millions of cheap laborers and proceed to the development of those islands indus trially and commercially by the utili zation of this cheap labor NOTHING CAN BE MORE CERTAIN THAN THAT IN TIME OUR HOME LABOR WILL SUFFER FROM THE COM PETITION WE SHALL NOT BE ABLE TO PERPETUALLY SAFE GUARD IT BY THE SYSTEM OK PROTECTION NOW IN OPERATION Territorial expansion as now proposed is a very serious mat ter tor American labor and the op position of that labor to expansion should have moro vigorous expression than has been given wascpines and endeavoring to shape the course of the administration LINCOLN VS HIS PARTYf InkState Arnold p I 3 Let us In building unr new partr plant onnrlve on tho rock of the Declaration of independence and the Kate of bell shall trot be able to prevail against us+ Republican now declare tlio Declaration of Independence obsolete and deny i us fundamental principle that Rovernment derive their just power from the content of the IonrlltdlL i t Birdscyc View if William 1 Icjtinley His Devious Political and OfficialTail Is an Anomaly 1 in American Polity rAlways Wrong in he End The Kcpnbllritn party hn accepted the EnropwMldea jgod planted It elf upon round taken by deorge III and by every ruler who Jttsts incapacity of the people for irgovmitnent or denies them a voice In their owmffalrfi William J llryan Letter of Acceptance Thl U what resident William McKinley hai doncjiT Jonathan B Taylor He has exercised the autocratic and unconttltutlort power of denying the right of representation and suffrage of trial by Jarr of wrltif habeas corpu of the right to bear arms of all rights guaranteed by the constltutb to the Inhabitants of newt recognized islands He bas recognized slavery and polygamy In Snlo He has made war upon the nonslave holding nonpoaamou8 Inhabitant of Luzon He has consented to the taxation without rep etloll of the Inhabitant of Porto RicoIHe has wltlihrld Independence from the InhaUtantiof Cuba This Is Imperialism j In his message President McKinley saidForcible annexation Is criminal ag gression He then proceeded to forcibly an nex the Philippine archipelago with its 8000000 unwilling people In 1S99 President McKinley said It Is our plain duty to give tree I trade to the people of Porto Rico He immediately proceeded to im portune and coerce a Republican con gress into passing a tariff bill against Porto Rico in accordance with the demand of the sugar trust He gave pledges to Spain and Cuba that Cuba should be free and inde pendentHe created a military govern ment In Cuba which has thwartCT every step toward island autonomy and which reeks with theft and corrup tion of every kind Krrord In tho Philippine President McKinley paid Spain 20 000000 for something which Spain did not possess and had not power to deliver The president has since that time spent of the American peoples money 200000000 trying to obtain that for which he had paid 20000 000 In this attempt he has only succwded In filling graves hospitals insane asylums and fat insular Jobs The end is not yet He has appointed more commissions to carry out his unconstitutional pol icy than all other presidents have legally created He is paying these commissions In violation of the con stitution See article 1 section 9 clause 7- These commissions have never done anything beyond administering coats of whitewash to the autocracy at Washington McKlnlpyn Appointees President McKinley Is responsible for General Alger of canned beef notoriety for General Eagan who was suspended for blackguardism on full pay for Rathbone and Neely the Cu ban postal thieves for Gage the banker who turned the treasury over to Morgan and his Wall street conspirators and for Griggs whose sole duty Is to shield the robber trusts from prosecution He is responsible for Hay the Brit ish toddy He sent Hays son to Pre toria to be the administration agent at the death of the South African re LET THE PEOPLEh ELECT THE SENATORS constitutional amendmen- providing election recommendation congress submitting recommended Congressman Weaver receives convention partiesIt accomplished presidential its are struggling humanity its WILLIAM JENNINGS r rOrtt the humbug unit false pretense of McKinley administration there i tithing more 4 ttoltew of prosperity The suppressed scandal which sough covered rVfptr of patriotism Cuban frauds authors pretended be prosecuted boodle i furnishing which licensed to people fIe kiH 1p apablep- ocrisyg of Mark regime for cool audacity nothing has hUIeutlell t J Perkins of Chicago has wade a study a certified report signed by ti Glcas tCKlcf ClerX Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics of yebratlnt Vndc his Iff fftix repot t a tvidclj different Iran that filthy proclaimed V Jtcptiblica- nfkcrsind 4 Using numbers he salisII mortgages satisfied during the titr eW htlf ending June 13 WOO 99000000 as 77W potlO v5rfirrcH45 22000000 in favor provierlty applies to real im ygagcs only J dpkltlut claim Republicans provided there nothing further n erer i flte- Y i collm find that 238000000 in chattelnortgagcs I Isfieda difference 161000000 against prosperity r t j4fice 161000000 22000000 is 139000000 is MS won tIetoNebraska accordiftgindebtedne oINforlurruc another atuud1Joint it- rt large easily coulprellcrlrled Viewed front Iilt t d publics Uder the Hay McKin ley surrenered American territory iIn Alaska to Great Britain and dente- the I American miners to protest t Enemy of Labor At the rquest of the Standard OH trust Presient McKinley sent it i regular into to shoot down and Imprisn miners had rebelled against Stadard oil tyranny in Cocur d Alone These men were throwni a stodade and kept there with out right d trial until many of them became raving maniacs These facts are a part f current history He places a horse doctor In charge of the medial department of Cuba pliced GenMilcs Incommunicado and to in iharge of the arm- Shatter wlp rode to in a litter and shcwanted to surrender when the slit was fired Crnked All Through McKijley was a free silver man in a Einetallist in and a gold tandard advocate in He was a chmplon of service in twi years later he discharged 1 SOOD scvice appointees to make for poitical of Hanna and PlattThrough hs proBritish secretary of state he entered into a treaty with Great Britah whereby the American people wereo dig a Nicaraguan canal leave itdefenseless to at pleasure by John He permited the opening of special mail matter to our consul at Ireini toria Briish and called our home because official com plainedHe constant declaration thatof the instltutims of country are In the hand providence and then demands a hrge standing army as if providence vire not equal to the Ilelioldthe Man of Uettlny Secretary toot in a recent epeech New Yorl Oh for hour of Grant Grant if McKinley is suc Napoleon J Why Gran when the man of des tiny and of providence is at the helm i Look at th man He has been every of every question alwaysI landing on tie opposed to people on the of oppression on the of national shame1 I President Johnson in recommended a for the of United States senator by direct vote of thn people but his met with no response About twelve years later General Weaver then a member of tried to secure the passage of a resolution an amendment but his efforts were futile In the resolution by President JohnsOlf and urged by finally passed the house of represent atives but It has not yet reached a vote In the senate now after eight years more of public discussion the proposition for the time the endorsement of the national of on of the great fusion forces win a victory this fall we shall see tnls reform before the election and with accom plishment the people will find it easier to secure any remedial legis lation which they may desire Ct y Great problems solved slowly but 4 marches on step by step content if at nightfall it can pitch tent on a little higher ground BRYAN all Ute Is than the cry rotten beef Is to be the whose are to the trusts are held up as enemies willie tax the Hannas but yt Dr O of II of the aim tells story by press tne round the a years amount to against filed Tills estateofof nlW the of the was alT hate been iiIext we of TR tits actual between arid r tilt suite or tIe statemCllt of hcse figure are lent a same right arty Idaho who into He sent Cua battle first Mr 1893 180G single I89S civil 1S9G and civil place pets and be used Bull by agents consul that this of task in said oie Why side side side side 1SC8 1892 And first next each W A MONARCHY m Y iinIowa Voice the IM gjatiments of the liter Party COISTrrtrrro1f IS OBSOLETE A The following article Is from the I Des Homes IJ Globe a Republican fanners paper It voices in plain Jan guage the tplrlt of McKinley Repub w licanism what the Globe frankly rea speaks thelsiperiallst secretly thinks It la brutally Plain and for this Tea son Republican organs have affected I10 discredit its sentiments but It I speaks out of the fullness of a heart saturated vti Hamlltonianlsm which Is the lawiratlcn of President MKln ley and taere is In It that touch of sta erity that gives it weight as an ut terance a little rash perhaps and post1 sibly a little premature but significant of me tread of modern Republicanism wldeayt publicity as showing the direction of the McKinley drifthFor a long time thinking people who have large commercial Interes toThave felt unsafe with our present form I of government from the fact that wed are controlled by the little cheap John politicians Gnu wardheelers of AWAdy WITH OUR OBSOLETE TION and adopt a form of government tact will be logical with expansion ideas and will give AMPLE PROTEC TION TO CAPITAL- s A CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY I is probably the most desiraole plan that we could now adopt Everyth S is ripe for the change We take that the great farming interests of ou 1 land will readily adapt themselves toto the change The farmer Is a great lover of law and order Gad ANTI MONARCHY IS LARGELY THE Ev I PRESSION OF FRENCH REVOLU TIOrARY IDEAS StuGESTED B I HOTHEADED THEORISTS tyWe believe that history and exper ience have proven beyond cavil tu AI REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERN MENT CANNOT SUBSIST beyond aii certain stage That as soon as a great PEOPLE BECOME RICH STRONG AND GREAT THE REPUBLio DROOPS AND DIES We believe thisNo is so of necessity and not by Chan ceAWo believe that there is not a sin glewas case of record where ihe masses ot a great nation possessed the intelligence to initiate laws and were intelligent enough to compel toe enforcement of such good laws as they might pass It would seem as It science teaches that men are created to follow W mastersthe inspired minds of the world HISTORY SHOWS THAT KING MUST BE AND IS FOUND IN EVERY NATION to guide Its people every great crisis Neither is the change to be dreaded or looked forward to with foreboding While are in fact largely under the conditions a monarchy we have the evils without the benefits of the same Groan and the IncnmQ Tax At present the government eRn draft the citizen bat cannot draft the porkvtbook Slowly but Rarely the dollar In being exalted and the man d musthrestored The sentiment prevailing ntun these who ndvorat mi Income ta just u the prediction that the Demo crat Populist uml Sliver Itepnbtlcnni eIwilt In their next c mpulgu advocate nu amendment to than constitution Mpcclflcallr authorizing nn Income tax theand no one who baN faith In the A n triumph of every righteous caollewUI doubt tint ultimate ucrci of the eft i to make mi Income tax a permanent pert of the revenue pyntctn of the feral fd government 11 I BRYAN I i NO FREEDOM NOW FOR FILIPINOS I have alivar thought that all robe en xlmuld be free but If any should tvhntde sire It for themselves and econdl those who desire it for other- ABKAIIAM LINCOLN From an addrriui to an Indiana U Inient March 17 1 805 J r e fCl W f- I i 9 Repi an NjflWlpIpirA if cbum r 0 I t L1kYl r l jC Jut hail th i Ihaci f te taW altelitttry 11 bane Ja tl The ealilll l7ofitBnt rr ertHkIiQ aLcolt I hagtterai z c Eootherdttiit aurgeataa1i fa n UtewakefLJe FI roNforehead tft t1tlr1eIlimaa heart ivY tta a1 Jiotocer A tf1it soldlec mute raMl Ithe trail jfr Thats lid Itlttr W ml1xI w L got the old rascal Vinset des Mrr7ever wntlit ftirlthlrd aKl r- ereaiBO l 1tetubl jratil II I We gottisdkrprtM 1kJat= e tern and all hhIdaiefaad iU sia ntour co llpanys het I+ w rAy Spiders got his rte Jt 1W near them becaase r yre teawMu and a sergeant In O eeaftty got ese J tof his silver spurs aHa UewteM 1t ti I got the other trail se rawthe cuff buttons tore t get Mntj rl would have swiped uiep aaTaJl got was a stud cwith0 ry- at So this was tits tado Jrt make himself a letter etrwhen he was hatdlyataore ha ssa fJand at last had iMdfowa ateSHfe i vhis convictions Major Jarsfe iWt1l tdiary In it he had written uallertYe- y idate K WYbnc The general has given ise tae plcfc of all the men that can beltpahi and R ordered me to defend the pass lrealize what a terrible taakk glrea me And yet I feel that filial fa the most glorious moment or ay life Whatt C s do is done for my beloved countrjv sacrifice can be too retprivate sitting by tits camp fire exhibiting a hanakercaleL 115 old Pilars Its got Dolores H6 t on the corner I guise that was girl Well its all off With 43rego Anyhow said Private Sullfafc got his pants He wOnt need any more II sirThe man who had iae gene shoes strode proudly pa trelt-A with scorn a Mexican dollar an pair of shoes taken from one of th private Insurgent soldiers A private sitting on a rock was examining a golden locket containing a curl of awe woman s hair Got the locket off hiS neck said the soldiereAs the main column started on Its march for the summit of the mountain a turn in the trail brought us again in sight of the insurgent general far down below us There bad been no time to bury him Not even a blanket or a poncho had been thrown over fiAtotbesettled down upon waWO could sc f longelnxWe carved nbtf a line and we raises not n stoned But we left him alone In his glory And when Private Sullivan went by in his trouserS and Snider with his r AlShoc and the oher man who had the e cuff buttons and the sergeant who hart hailo1 the other spur JPVthCnian that had the handkerchler indanother mull that had his shoulderblf It sud denly occurred to me thaw g glory was about all we had left wn KS h ard Henry Little in Chicagd Tributfc I 4cluhotheRtyCan It be our duty to kill those who follorrln the example of oar fore toegflEht for U1 W J BKVAK 1 The Children of the Coal Miners Do you hear the children weeping 0 say brothers Ere the sorrow comes with years t i iJThey are leaning their young heads against their mothers 1o And that cannot stop their tears Fi L The young Iamb are blcatlnfr In the meadow a rThe younff bird are chlrplnc In the nest j it j The young fawns are playlaqr with the shadows i rf The young Oowers are btawlog towar E9dBut the young young children O my brothers t 1 are weeping bltterlyl are weeping in the playllm of the other I I IThe7 the country of the free Mr Urownlag 4 FALSE PRETErfSEuP SPERITyL I Imaybe easier Allowing that the population of Nr1nalJlahalJ MtttlHHtN Wseer since the j census of 1890 we find that the increased fadcbttdncsit Ia over i09 for each 1 W911ts 1J and chitfe in the state If the people of tile state of yebtatlta with abundant crops are In tlttatlwrtfhnepitrlife 11X9000 000 more In debt than at the beginning of this period how many years will it rffutre under th9 same regime to place the property entirely fit the hands ofmortgage holders trI Those not acquainted with tile present methods of loaning money in the west slid J th will be oftonJied at the large increase in chattel mortgages f shown by the report ThUtopW ted by the fact that the lender prefers a short Uine loan at an l 4 rClfMccteo hd etJtJJpeHrrilff orlgageon yjrowlnff live stock to one on real estate An analysts fjf similar reports made by Other sfat officers in the west and southwest will show practically the snme rcAUlls c al estate yt ttrty trcKedsrt lirtlry+ t ICitnfty iiifftlfli t tai inrrcate for the three years completed is in excess of 5OOOObOO Iii two years of McKinley prosperity the chattel mortyaijes of Indiana have increased 2S51SJL 4rt nunbrr unit 7382234 In amount and vfrtotal mortgage debt of the state in three years of HcKlVi ley prosperity kris Increased ffftmG74B 0 dvefi what has been paid not Including the chattel mortyasfs und foreclosures of 1897 t v- t1 Abu t t Y I i x I 1 k I ALL FORMS OF TOIL MENACED BY TRUSfTS 4W WWwW i The Farmer the laborer and the Business Man Alike Threatened with Serfdom J1 j DEMOCRACY THEIR SOLE DEFENDER hJTine KANSAS CITY VLATFORM 8ATS I Private rconopolle alf Indefensible and Intolerable They destroy competition astral prohloeropportunlt1Iterappro c tfrulu of Industry to the benefit of the few at the expense of the many and unless their repubLoWe pledge the democratlo party to aa unceasing warfare In Natloa State and city against private monopoly In every form WILLIAM J BRYAN SATS A private monopoly has always been an outlaw Xo defense can be made of an Industrial system In which one or a few seen can coatrol for their own prom the output or price of any article of Biercbandlie Under such a system the consumer ntTers extortion the prodncer oPraw material has but one purchaser and mutt seU- at the arbitrary prlee flied the laborer has but one employer and Is powerless to protest against Injustice either in waKes or In condition of labor the small stock bolder U at the mercy of tbe speculator while the traveling salesman contributes lhlasalary to the overgrown profit of the trust Since but a mall proportion of the people can share In the advantage secured by private monopoly It follow that they remainder of the people are not only excluded from the benefits but are tbe helpless victim of every monopoly organized It is difficult to overestimate the Immediate Injustice that be upon1ifplatform cer r Lain specific remedy pledges the party to an unceasing warfare against private fi JliiAqPO VutMTrrtatVaTt1 city 1 heartily approve of this prowls If electedC It shall be my earnest and onstant endeavor to fulfill the promise In ltter and pint 0 One of the main reasons 4hY men struggle so bard to obtain a monopoly is that it enables them tQ charge more than the worth of the goods or services they supply In the Bramkamp wire nail case tho attorney for the trust admitted that the combine had raised the price from so cents to 260 a keg whole sale securing thereby a monopolY t4 profit of several million dollars That trust went to pieces but recently an other has been formed and wire nails r Coal Trust Extortions r The coal combine was investigated by congress in 1893 and the report decrarcsl that In 1888 the extortions r of the coal mopopoly averaged more than j1 a font or 39000000 for the year aid2 that from 1873 to 18SG 4200000 000 more than a fair market price was taken from the public uy appearedthatprice 25 to L35 a ton on the kinds usedlxiy housekeepers though the tfrfce of coal was already high and the cost of mining diminishing every year The Linseed 011 Trust in 1887 put the price up from 38 to 52 cents a gal lon or nearly 5000000 additional tax on the yearly output In the same year the copper Syndi- cateI put up the price from 10 to 17 and 18 cents a pound or 30000000 au don on the yearly outppt A congressional investigation in 1893 thoStrengthI revenue tax was to be increased by Itsprcesamount to an additional profit of 12 outputrSugariSugar Trust Was formed the average price of raw sugar was be same as in 1885 bu ndt vanced so tint the difference between tho prlci of raw sugar and the price of refined sHgHjV SZgrf cent mOte than in 1885 andabout 70 per cent more than In ISffiUbt year the trust was formed TXeeently sugar has made odyancesXSabvnting to a total of peartyear a good deai oropr pound for refining sug r that we did in 1SS5 although the cost of refilling nas been constantly diminishing and our sugar bill has averaged at least 10000000 and perhaps20 4 OOOOCO1 a year more because of the trust Standard 011 Again o i r ftit as much as the diminished cost of transportation and refining would hav caused them to fall In an open market and at times It has lifted prices abso lutely as well as relatively In spit- of the vast improvements in processes of manufacture great cheapening o transportation by the pipeline service And the falling price of crude oil From 1894 to 1897 for example the price of refined oil went up 14 per cen while the puce of crude oil 6 per cent 011 rose atX holesaie i New xork from 3 cents In November x117 to 6eents9n December 1399 and it has gone sWl higher In 1900 6One may charge the fair value o tlfservices he renders without moo opoly But monopoly gives powe- to charge more than that value i othejwordr HKFBopoTy confers tfaeln ttbhr r ivUge ot demanding 6aaetlilBg for nothing f The Telegraph Monopoly We pay twice M much for our tele cl1argeOlethe lederel forfiO BOW sup1 tr 1fo peykeair dry monopolcaraei y couled rmC lafae of a year RapSdWand4Ito1Mirattl Q i xcka118oper 1 t0 Jk f t t it atlng In the same place at 6 for a house and 18 for a business place per year and Is making money The ex orbitant rates of express monopolies are notorious and even railroads havo been known to make excessive charges Municipal Franchises it is uie same with all our city mon opolies Gas sells at 1 which can be made for 20 cents and distributed for 15 as 14e know from various gas reports and investigations- The above are but a few samples row an enormous mass of facts dem strafing that private monopoly Kinds to extortion 1 Extortionate charges lead of course tft enormous profits and the building q vast fortunes which become In that t rn the instruments of further ex U rtion The monopolists roll in T ealth while the working masses and c impetitive classes are cheated out oft eir fair share of the worlds wealth Those who build palaces do not live ij them EuIIder rater Not In Those who dig coal have little fuel Those who make clothes are illclad chose who grow wheat and corn are orly fed- Those who build railroads do not t ivel Those who do most of the work dot enjoy the fruits of their labor 1v hlle those who do little or nothing e joy much all because prlvat mon o oly gives some men the power of a proprIating what others produce Here are some of the profits private n onopoly has made Oil trust 23000000 in three months J about 100 per cent a year on the cap it il1 monopoc nt on Its whole capital and on one 1Mvestment wasoWealth Against Commonwealth pp 100tSProfit of Monopoly Steel trust 42500000 a year a out 30 per cent on water and all Sugar trust 200 to 400 per cent Wire trust 60 per cent Tin plate trust 40 per cent Pennsylvania coal 30 per cent 2Fifth Ave bank New York 150 r r cent sChemical bank New fork 200 per ntniuetropolitan Telephone Co 150 per cut Bell monopoly 5000000 a year 45 its total Income Telegraph monopoly on original In istment 300 per cent a year Bay State Gas Co 60 per cent ajar Cleveland Gas Co 144 per cent a earNew teneyears or enough to pay 10 per cent on the investment and duplicate all the Ise vestigation yewfper cent- Philadelphia Traction16 per cent on Investment Idth pertcentd centnRidge Avenue 42 per cent Citizens Co 67 per cent 2d and 3d Streets 25 per cent centfexcessive charges and exorbl tan arertaiationqrepres ar n represented In the sift trust the steel trust the coal combhne the Cuemlcal banK the gas electric street railway telegraph telephone railroad beet su gar copper and tin monopolies Yet they levy taxes on Ou stockTheknow that their outrageous profits my rouse the pea pie If they become kiCn andso many of those most open the public gaze try to hide theIrtdo alms by watering their capital NIne y per cent9p the real Investment Is cent ony y per a capital wateredmto tenfold1uU Fraud ana extortn are aJt1oBC the tbe1mostdeplorabe monopoly 1 1t SLAYERYEECOGKZED Amendment to the Constituton for Which a Million lives Were Sacrificed Set at Nangfc by McXifcley L THE INFAMOUS SULU TIEATY The constitution of the United States says ARTICLE XIII L Neither slavery nor Invc untary I servitude except as a punishment for crime whereof the party sbal have been duly convicted shall exit with in the United States or any pUce sub ject to their jurisdiction MKINLEYS INFAMOUS TREATY WITH THE SULTAN OF UiU Article I The sovereignty of the United States over the whol archi pelago of Sulu and its dependencies is declared and acknowledged Article II The United Stites flag will be used in the archlpelagoof Sulu and its dependencies on land tnd sea Article III The rights and Dignities of his highness the sultan and his da tos shall be fully respected aol Moros shall not be Interfered with onaccount of their religion All their lIgious customs shall be respected and no one shall be persecuted on account of his religion Article X Any Blare la tin Archipelago of Sulu shall liave the debt to purchase freedom by paying tin mutter the usual market value Article XIV The United SUes gov ernment will pay the following month lly salaries To the sultan f250 to Dato Rajah Madat 75 to Dab Attik 60 to Dato Calbe 75 to Dao Joak anian 75 to Dato PUI4GOto Dato Amir Halssin 60 to Hadji Buter 50 to Hablb Mura 40 to Serif Sa guin 15- Signed j in triplicate in Engish and Sulu at Jolo this twentieth day of August A D 1899 13th iArakuil Akil 1397 The Sultan julu RajahfMudaSigned BrigadicifGencralU1 i COST OF MILITARISM Two Hundred Millions for the Army SeventyFive Millions for the Navy Is What McKin d ley Wants DEMANDS ARMY OF 100000 MEN We are at last to know what we are to pay for our experiment in Imperial Ism The Washington government has made Its demand It demands an army of 100000 men and It wants 200000 000 for the next year to support its pretensionsThe department want 75000 OflO The end Is far away This is only the beginning of what American taxpayers may expect To support the army and navy untfl the end of the fiscal year June 3D 1902 congress will be asked to appro priate more than 200000000 The war department is estimating on the basis of 100000 men Under the present law all volun teers and regulars In excess of about 30000 men must be discharged before July 1 1901 and QuartermasterGen eral Ludington is making arrange ments for the transportation home of the volunteers beginning next month It will be necessary to recruit regi ments to take tae place of tho volunteers In case more troops are author ized and when they are ready for ac tive service they must be transported toManilaThe of the army will be what was estimated for the current year 47000000 There will be a heavy bill for clothing medical and hospital stores ordnance ordnance stores and supplies and regular supplies for the quartermasters department The es timate made by CommissaryGeneral Weston for subsistence stores for the current fiscal year was 11112242 and this will be exceeded Secretary Roots estimate for the military establishment for the current year aggregated 128170583 and it will undoubtedly be larger for the next fiscal year u un you those false for WHERE THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY STANDS ON LABOR nDEPARTMENT OF LABOR From Kansas Cty Platform In the Interest of American labor and the upbuilding of the worklngman as the cornerstone of the prosperity of our country we recommend that Congress create a Department of Labor In charge of a Secretary with a seat In the Cabi net believing that tbo elevation of the American laborer will with It In creased production and Increased prosperity to our country at home and to our commerce abroad BRYAN ON ARBITRATION From Letter of The platform renews the demand for between eirpwraUons and their employe No one who has the friction which arises between great and their numerous employee can doubt the wisdom of establishing an Impartial court for the just and equitable settlement of disputes The demand for arbitration ought to be supported ns by the public which suffers Inconvenience because of strikes and lockouts and by the employers themselves as by the employ The establishment of arbitration will secure friendly relations between labor and capital and render obsolete the growing practice of railing the army to settle labor troubles r No Room for Subjects T Under the Free Flag toTheOppose nil attempts to Grasp Imperial Power REPUBLIC FACES H PROFOUND CRISIS 11 The Republic U confronted by a great national crlUlnvolvIng the perpetuity wT the institutions founded by the fathers It has undertaken to subjugate a lorelcaFor the tint time In ow countrys lllttory people and to rule them by despotic power The president Is aging tear upon people or alien bIrth for asserting the erg principles for which the fathers of our own republic pledged their 11w their furtnu and their sacred honors The policy of the president offers the inhabitants of Porto Rico Hawaii and U Philippine no hope of Independence no prope t of American cltlienahlp no eoa3ti tutlonal protection uo representation In the Congress which lases him Tbb1a the government of men bjr arbitrary power without their consent thkLi e t Thl L the Issue which the Kama City platform declare to be the paramasssz L question In American politics There le no room under the American flap for The president ando y grcss who derive all their powers from the constitution can govern no man wlthas regard to Its limitations Xo nation can endure part citizen and part subject We have come ali a people to the parting of the ways Which shall It beUopab tic or EmpIre Khali we remain true to the American Ideal or hall we adopt the word Is tho Republic of Washington and Jefferson ready for this tremendous strkt backward KING GEORGE AND KING WILLIAM When the American colonies were In revolt against Great Brit ain George III then king issued a proclamation as follows I run Zvro s of restoring to them tic American colonies the Llcsliigs of hnr which then hare fntaUy mill 7cpcrnfcly exchnnged for the calamities t f war null the arbitrary turannu of their chief Gcjrnclll of England In 1776 So too while the forces of the United States were chasing the patriotic Filipinos from their burning homes President McKinley assured them of his kind pur poses as follows That Congress will provide for theta tile Filipinos a yorernmcnt which wilt briny them Mctslngs whirh will promote their material intercut ax well as ndrcmcc their people In the pours of civilization WILLIE What have got on spectacles and whiskers papal peoploThey bring Acceptance arbitration observed corporations heartily Imperialism subjects and intelligence I confidently be- lIeve President McKInley at Minneapolis Oct 12 1899 Read what Abraham Lincoln said with regard to these promises or benevolent assimilation offer ed to a peoplefor a surrender of their liberties Mr Lincoln in a speech at Chi cago Ill July 10 1858 spoke as follows Those arguments that are made that the inferior race are to be treated with Utheyas much ia UUare these arethemade for enslaving the people in all ages of the world You will kingcroft ofthetodowerebetterTurn it every way you will wheth er it comet from the aldngenslavingthe fromurace at a reason for enslavng this men f another race It Is all Vic same olil serpent Lincoln Complete Works VolI L page YS9yLet It be remembered said the continental congress in addressing the states at the end of the Revolution that it has ever been the pride and boast of America that tbe rights for which she contended were the rights of human nature True statesmen as they were salt Lincoln they knew the tendency ot prosperity to breed tyrants so they established these selfevident truths that when in the distant future some men some faction some interest should set up the doctrine that non but rich men or none but white men or none but AngloSaxon white moa were entitled to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness their posterity might look up again to the declaration of independence and take courage to renew the battle which their fathers began so that truth justice and mercy and all the humane and Christian virtues might not be extinguished from the land so tiiat no man would hereafter dare to limit and circum scribe the great principles on which the temple of liberty waS being built DEMOCRATIC PARTY FAVORS LIBERAL OIIWe are proud of the courage fidelity of the American soldiers mud sailors In all our wars we favor liberal pensions to them and their dependents Ijund we reiterate the position taken inrthe Chicago platform In 1800 that the fact of enlistment and service shall be deemed conclusive evidence against disease and disability before enlistment Kansas City Platform 1H r HETHENDOR8ESY I Postofflce Iepnrtment- First i Asftt PostxnHt r Urneral Washington D C Dsr 13 1898 3Iy Dear MaJur1 Intended to say tdyou when you were here that three is oaej man BIr Charles F W Neely of Munclsv Ind who want to go Into the Cubalaf jmall service In whom I un more la8rfcited than any other man ntnong thesi risands ofapplicant for IchRIHeterIa a leas J with the very bet habit and as loyal ae loyalty Itself He would make a GKAK CONFIDENTIAL BIAX FOR YOU 1 wttb + write and ask him to go and eee yea This Is a man yon will warm up to sM would like to have AS A CUHPANIOXs well as an executive offlcrr Yours faithfully 7 PERRY So HEATH 1 First Asst Postmaster Oeusral To MaJ K J Rathbone Hamilton Ohio The writer of the above letter Is thesecretary of the Republican national committee and the chief of Its literary bureau The object of his enthusiastic eulogy MIwith t poitaZ frauds hambeenfighttn J thtacountry to iwere committed Whenever e wloaJCaspeopleifmay be relied upon to set them to rightsThomaa Jeffer sond1J JEFFERSON AM LXBEKTT J itUacJTbe0 1the1 1 tblean elated under It + i The whole art ef governmast sslats In the art of being hz est Government derive thsfrjaetpensrsvfrom the consent of the goerad Tbe liberty of speaklag sal I wtIlfir J guards our other liberties l i- hPa The highest obligation of tds aeMd y U to be true to itself No akUctasi tkfj any particular nations otf t a 4pM j nation combined can 1 wAbandonment of our thco meat and the substitnUery et iMM A- wagaltut which awl wholashas bea s protet4- i y I 3- t iJi- z J r ft 1 r M I SLATERYEECOGNlZBD i Amendment to the Constitufon forI Which a Million Lives Fere Sacrificed Set at Naug by cXiiyAI THE INFAMOUS SULU TBtATY The constitution of tho United States Lays ARTICLE XIII 1 Neither slavery nor Inv untary servitude except as a punish ent for crime whereof tho party shal have been duly convicted shall exli t with in the United States or any pi ce sub ject to their Jurisdiction- MKINLEYS INFAMOUS T EATY WITH THE SULTAN OF JUMJ Article L The sovereignty of the United States over tho whole archi pelago of Sulu and its depe dencles is declared and acknowledged Article II The United Stn es flag will be used In the archipelago of Sulu and Its dependencies on land nd sea Article III The rights and dignities of 1m highness the sultan and his da tos shall bo fully respected ana Moros shall not bo interfered with oujaccount iellgluuscustoms slain be persecuted on account of his religion I Article X Any slave In tht Arrlil peliiCo of Hula ilml Intro the tight I to purcliitio freedom by ptiylng tilt muster the usual nmrkut mine I Article XIV The United Steles gov ernment will pay tho following month ly salaries To the sultan 5250 to Data Rajah Madan 75 to Data Attlk 60 to Data Calbe 75 to Dato Junk nnlnn 76 to Dato Puvo GOto Dato Amir Halssln GO to Hadji Outer 50 to Hablb Mum UO to Serif Sa Kuln 16- Signed j i In triplicate In lfigllst and Sulu at Jolo this twentieth I day of August A D 1809 13th Arakull- Akll 1207 The Sultan Sulu Dato IlajahMmla Signed J 0 Dates IJrlgadletGcncral U S V J4 WHERE THE DEI- 18TAND8t s COST OF MILITARISM Two Hundred Millions for the Army SeventyFive Millions for the Navy Is What McKin f ley Wants DEMANDS ARMY OF 100000 MEN We aro at last to know what we are to pay for our experiment in imperial ismTho Washington government has made its demand It demands an army of 100000 mon and it wants 200000 000 for the next year to support its pretensions The navy department wariU 75000 000 The end is far away Thfs is only tho beginning of what American taxpayers may expect To support the army and navy until the end of the fiscalI year Juno 30 1902 congress will be asked to appro priate more than 200000000 The war department is estimating on the basis of 100000 men Under the present law all volun teers nnd regulars in excess of about 30000 men must be discharged before July 1 1001 and QuartermasterGen eral Ludington is making arrangements for the transportation home of the volunteers beginning next month It will be necessary to recruit regi ments to take the place of tho volunteers In case more troops are authorized and when they are ready for tlC tive service they must be transported to Manila The pay of tho army will be what was CBttmntcd for the current year 47000000 There will be a heavy bill for clothing medical and hospital stores ordnance ordnance stores and supplies and regular supplies for the quartermasters department The estimate made by PommlssaryGeneral Weston for subsistence stores for the current fiscal year was 11112242 and this will be exceeded Secretary Hoots estimate for the military establishment for the current year aggregated 128170583 and it will undoubtedly be larger for the next fiscal year OCUATIC PARTY ON LABOR No Room for Subjects Under the Free Flag The Supreme Purpose of the People Should Be to Oppose nil attempts to Grasp Imperial Power REPUBLIC FReES a PROFOUND CRISIS J The Kepnbllc U confronted a great national crUU Involving the perpetuity wt the Institution founded by the fathers history It hat undertaken to subjugate a forelcnFor the Unit time In our country people mid to rule thew by dcipotlo power birth for averting thepeople of alien very The prcUUnt U wnBlnir far upon their lives their fortuneof own republic pledged principle for which the fathers our und their scored honor present offers the Inhabitants of Porto Rico Hawaii and tbThe policy of the no prospect of American cltlioiiHhlp no couiU Philippines no hope of Independence In the Congress which taxes him tutlonal protection no representation without their consent this Irarbitrary power This Is the internment of men by Imperialism ThU Is the Usne which the Knusus City platform declares to be the paramo a4 qaestlon In American politics There Is no room under the American nag for subjects Tho president nod ccaa from the Constitution can govern uo man without Bress who derive nil their powers regard to Its limitations Xo nation elms endure part citizen and part subject We have come us u people to the purtluc of the ways Which hull It boRupub llo or Empire Hlinlt we rcmtiln true to the Amerlrnn Ideal or shall we adopt the word und Jefferson ready for this troiuoiidous stritlIs tilt Itepubllc of AVanhlnjitou bacUuard t KING GEORGE MID KING WILLIAM When the American colonies were in revolt against Great Britain George III then king issued a proclamation as follows I mil dxlrou of restorlnu to them the American colonlen tlic HcHxIngs of lIlli which then hnrc fatally and desperately ejcchangfil fur the calamities tif wilt HUll the arliltraru fir iniy of their chiefs dcunic liT of Kmtlantlj In J77f So too while the forces of the United Stated were chasing tho patriotic Filipinos front their burning homes President McKln Icy assured them of his kind purposes as follows That Countess will provide for tltein the fllljiinoK d OICrJlIIII lIt irhlch wilt briny them lilcfsinas which will promote their material intercut an well US advance their people In the paths of vliltfrctttuii WILLIE What have you got on those spectacles and false whiskers for papal PAPA Papa has got to disguise himself as a harmless old gentleman Willie to fool the common people They call papa Honk Old Bi down town mid intelligence I conld ittj Le Mcuc PrwIdCTit McKinley at Minneapolis Oct 12 1899 Read what Abraham Lincoln said with regard to these promises or benevolent assimilation offer ed to a people for a surrender of their IIbtrtlM for cnslavnn the men r f another race It In all thc amc old serpent Lincolns Cotnplae Works Vol L payc W9 Let it be remembered said tho continental congress in addressing the states at tho end of the Revolution that it has ever been the pride and y boast of America that the rights for which sUe contended were the rights of human nature True statesmen as they were sate Lincoln they knew the tendency of prosperity to breed tyrants so they established these selfevident truths 4 that when In the distant future some men somo faction some interest y should set up the doctrine that none but rich men or none but white wen or none but AngloSaxon white men were entitled to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness their posterity might look up again to the declaration of Independence and take courage to renew tho battle which their fathers began so that truth justice and mercy and all tho humane and Chris tine virtues might not bo extinguished from the land so that no man would hereafter dare to limit and clrcnm scrIbe the great principles on which the temple of liberty was bolng built DEMOCRATIC PARTY FAVORS LIBERAL PENSIONS Wo are proud of tin courage and ildfllty of the American nohllern and Hiillnra In nil our trim wo favor liberal priiMlons to them Unit their dellclldeatinnd wo reiterate the position tukon la the Chicago platform In lens that the fact of entlfttimnt nnd service shall be deviucd conclusive evidence ugaliut III 11111 lie unit dlxablllty before eolllltluuut Kansas Cltr lIatfurur- HERTHf ENDORSESf NEELY- Iotomc r 1 VIrtmellr First Aut IOHtiUHiitT Ucnerul Wimhlncton 11 C Use 11 IKJR Sly Deur Majori lutciulnl tu wy to IOU when yon were here Ulllt there Is onati man Mr Clmrlns F W Xeoly of Munch v I ml who want to RO Rite the Cuban mall jerrlce In whom lain more luterested than nny other man ntnunc thosands of uppllcants for pn ltlons of tbtcharacter lie Is at newnpaper writer eIf publisher unit about fortytwo years T1 are splendidly educated it hustler a nsan1 with the very hen habit and us loyal aa loyalty Itself lie would makn a ORt1D CONFIDENTIAL MAN FUR roueI wilt write and auk him to co nnd sew yon Thus Is n man you will warm up to aa4 would like to have AS A COMPANION as well as an executive oDlorr Your4 faithfully PERRY H HEATH First Asst 1osttuastor Qou raJ To Maj E J Kathbone j Hamilton Ohio The writer of tho abovo letter Is tillsecretary of the Republican nUona committee and the chief of its literary bureauThe eulogyIspostalfraudsbeen a prime mover He is flghtt extradition to avoid a trial In the country where the colossal trawlwere committediWhenever things get so far wronC as to attract their notice the people if well informed may be relied upon to set them to rights Thomas Jeffer son JJKFFEKSON AND IMBERTY I think all the world vrenutd Eats by- aettlnr uw Ij nm