The Carroll Sentinel from Carroll, Iowa on November 23, 1894 · Page 6
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& 'M y> Q ? i- w *!"•;• teflll Jtoitittfl DAILV AND liy POWfiKS* 001,01,0. titeftfeaoprt (tor address, per rear..... 1*01) tf bitainatfvance... 16° • Hit BUtrriNBii l» a straight-out bcmocratlu ewgpaiwr working lor the adrancemant ot tt« ot the oaiwe tn Nortftwestern Iowa. toe circulation ot Turn Sxirnimt. exceed* that at am paper on tbe C. & N, W. Railway west ot alxlltown. 3iw itate aw open to KOI adw- - We have good Ust» tn «»err town on alt branch toads, llata reaching tbe best farmers M»<lbnilnw»mentae»etfoomw\a»Vt». Bates on •UelMtet ot advertising reasonable. Ben fate at rate* furnished on application to the office, correspondence fleslred on aji topics ol general Inwrett. Be brief, write proper names plalnli, •ndhato yout letter reach n» early M WMMi- Address, ma Ratare at the Carroll, Iowa, postofllce, as «o tnd class matter. Published weekly. FBIDAV., NoVBMBBB'23, 1894. I8ee preceding page tor late telegraphic news.] , The voters of Carroll county, regard- let* of politico, will in tbe future do bus- inees by the square. bae~heard trom David B.Hill • , ;Who ; •inoe election? H«tBoot heatd Baking a crime ?' ' "My Dear Hnobeli" baa been indorsed by leading Michigan Republican* as a proper person to be senator from Michi- r _ ____ v: I l?he worst of it all is the threats ot the iHarirlBonland MoKinley men that Tom iead ahaU not be the next epeaker of (he We had preeumed that was the policy of the Republican victory. Look over the delinquent tox list and jjon will eee that it ia the smallest pub- ; in thie eounty lor years. theoortnty by 2V 000 rnnjority, while at a speoiM eteaUon (made necessary by *« «tror in the low creating «otae office) held November 18, tb*. Democrats Carried the county by 8,900. A great many people who voted the ttepttblioao ticket on ttw fitu of ISovetobftt fttev«ty earcy the? did it nncl it they had the opportunity Would moke tneir repentance manifest by a change in their Votes. Over in Ocawtord county S. Fted Meyers thinks the teuoa the Repnbli- <%«» made gatua in that county ia because his paper is a pronounced "free coinage" paper. Here in Carroll the Herald aays "the editor has been handsomely indorsed by tne voters" beoanae he thinks that tba only way to save the country is to kill off all the "free coinage" heretic*. It might be possible tbat tbe opinion ot neither ohs of these men had anything to do with the voters in persuading them to vote the Rapubliosn ticket, for both Carroll and Crawford gave Democratic majorities, southing tbat only eleven other counties in all tbe I state did. /_ Tbe following from the De* Moinee Leader might ba prophetic were it not for the fabt that tbe Rspnblioan patty ot Iowa has no use to? a man who ia not a tool ot the railroads and other corporation*. Campbell won't be "in it." Ex-Lieutenant Governor , Frank T. Campbell may be In the contest tor the Republican nomination for governor. Secretary McFarland and Late Youiig had better keep a wary eye on Frank I. He -was "toinVnat the railroads" away back when he was a state senator, also when be was lleutettant governor and president of the nenat«, also when a mem- ber'ol the railroad xxnumission.. He 18 now acting as the representative of those who are opposed to «wy Increase Hii the present railroad rates. He is an active, energetic worker, uwet bolted a• Bepubli- can ticket, and who knows but what FrankT. may come to Uie tmnt next your t ~ tbe The tax payers were determined to we that property was cleared of taxes even WABtTEB. KINO. TOWNSKHD. FIVE FOOTBALL CAPTAINS. Five talented football captains this year are Kwlpe of Pennsylvania, King ot West Point/Warner of Cornell, Allen of the University of Chicago, and f WUiams College. Tovoisend overtrained audfraa typhoid fever. wade itt Oregon. Tbe guide said there W«B no blowholes in it. Ia another shop Mr. Carnegie saw an English walnut cracked under a press whose delicate touch did not break the kernel. Then he saw a piece ot steel 10 inches in diameter and a foot high mashed in it aa thin as paper. It is rumored that the employee of the construction department, ot Qatnegie'e Thirty-third attest mill will be given an advance ot 10 per cent in wages. ;; The governor of Iowa geta a salary of 83,000, $600 allowance for house rent and $500 as a member ot the executive council annually. Tbis Frank Jackson says is too small an amount and for that > reason baa declined to again stand as a candidate. ; _ .• _ "Next Thursday is the day set aside tor '• Thanksgiving. /W« have been trying leffer since tbe sixth of November to find to be thankful for and the Japan is not willing to aoaapt friendly effer of the United States to sot as mediator until it hai , *e propoeition from China. Ifjsaoa a proposition should be natisfaotory to the Mikado, weH and good; it not, the war will be continued. Japan is in a position to demand this and it China does not agree to it the result will be all the the convenient backer and guarantor against loss of all the national banks. Where is the advantage to the government or the people of the bankers' plan over the Southern Alliance plan? Crop and Business Outlook. Corn, wheat and cotton are our three greatest crops, in tbe order named. The corn crop is less by 170,000,000 bushels than it was in 1898, the estimate for 1894 being 1,.450,000,000 bushels. But to balance this the piiceper bushel is near- only thing BO far tbat we have discovered that appears to ba tangible iathe {uat tbat we ata etiU »liv«. same, for Japan evei? day tad '/'The people should not forget that oar financial system, which is now nnivereal- ly condemned by men of every political faith, is the product wholly ot Kepnbli- ban jegislation. Sot only that, bat it iseneot the things they have "pointed to witb pride." They are not "pointing" that way just at present, The Denison Bulletin remarked quite knowingly lost fall regarding the action of Carroll county Democrat* in holding an early convention "tbat tbey must be inviting defeat by so doing." Crawford followed bia advioa and beld a late convention., Now, will Bro. Cook toll bow muob better off tbey are now than Cfttroll aaanty T There are rumors that tba Bothsobilds and Bookefellea are in a scheme to buy up tbe eiiver mines of the United States and corner tbe eilver market. That would settle tbe silver question, It tbe BotUsaUiUiB ever beeonM interested in silver theca will be no trouble in aeour- iog tbe assent of European governments to international bimtoalism. is gaining victories acmiea are steadily pushing forward toward the Chinese capital. These victorious armies will not now pause in their triumphal march ] and discnea the t9rmB,of peace and thus give »h» already retreating armies a chance to raorganizs and pat themselves in better shape to offer resistance. If China has a proposition to make, itia her place to do 00, and not ask Japan to now pause aad talk of mediation. Congress, Congress will inset for tba short BBS- aion. What legislation will be enacted is in doubt. Considerable interest will be attached to tbe president's message. It is thought tbat be will rwommsod radical change* in our financial system. During tbe short time the Democrat* will be in a position to enact legislation; tbey should get together long enough to complete the work ot tariff reform and than let tb* BepubJioan* assume tbe responsibility of agaio passing low* to rob the people and tba *ama fate will await If : •hem as in'90 and'02. Put coal, iron and sugar on the free list and tbe work we have contended for all these years will have been aoBomplisb&d, and th« question of tariff will ba oat ot polities for years to oom«. MtsapytoprJatea adjectives. "Splendid" means shining, superb and magnificent. Don't therefore call every mean little thing splendid. \Ve have heard ono of. too cur° rlative expte- tive women say a dish oi i^ steam was ' 'splendid.' * A.clricUen stew was''splen- did, " too, nud when she ate sausage and buoksvhoat cakes there was nothing for it bat to call them splendid too. How she would have described a gorgeous sunset, a dazzling jewelry display or a shower of meteors, after calling ice cream splendid, one is at a loss to know. No word is vulgarized aud dragged down more than this flue old 'Latin adjective "splendid" unless it be tho adjective "elegant," With some a scuttle of coal that burns up well and makes a clear fire is "elogant," while Wagner's "Lohengrin" or the sculp- ' tured lion of Lucerne would bo elegant too. Some people have no sense anyhow, po not exhaust your superlative terms on common and insignificant things. When the bread is good, say it is good. Don't say it is splendid. When a thing is merely pretty, say just that. Don't say you were uever so cold or so hot before in your life. Yon have been so 80 times. The little girl wbo was badly frightened on one occasion expressed tbe superlative habit to the full when she exclaimed, _"I never was so Beared to death in nay life." Don't say it was tbe heaviest rain or the worst storm you ever witnessed. You have lived through a dozen snob and will do so again. Tell a etory exactly as it is, coloring itnotau infinitesimal tint to suit your wishes, One of the most difficult things in life is to tell the exact truth. It takes a high order of intellect to do it. Don't plaster any common thing all ly 12 cents a bushel higher $han it was last year, which makes the 1894 crop worth in round numbers $87,000,000 more than it was in 1893. Tbe value of the corn raised thia year ia put at $840,- OOO.OOOi The/ wheat crop is immense, estimated at. 035,000,000 bushels, 125,000,000 larger than that of last year. Unlike com, however,, the price of wheat is from 10 to 18 cents below what it was in 1893. The crop is so much larger, however, that this difference is covered ia just the opposite way in which the corn value for 1891 is kept up. The wheat crop this year is estimated to be worth $390,000,000, which l'c*k'» Jiew Tho changes that will New York's constitution of the decision of the voters at tbe late election will be the first that haVe been accomplished in toauy years. New' er states hi»Ve already incorporated itt their supreme law many of the point* which Her/ York is ncr.v to adopt for the first time. Tha amendment which attracted most discussion wna that against lotteries and race tracks and other gambling. It aims a deathblow at pool selling and book; mnking. After specifying certain forbidden thiugs the new clause says, "Nor shall any lottery or the Bale of lottery tickets, pool selling, bookmaking of any other kind ot gambling be here* aftef authorised or allowed in this state. " Ah important amendment was that which forbids the) legislature ever to pass any law limiting the amount of damages from injuries which pawse death. fieretofoTe, plainly in the inter eut of powerful railway and other com. paniea, the ouCaide limit for death damages was fixed at |5,000, a'amall sum for human life. Hereafter any awn a judge and Jmy see fit to decide on may be levied na damages. An excellent amendment is that which forbids public officers of any rank to accept railway passes or tolegrapb and telephone franks. Tho person who disregards this provision Will, on the snit of the attor ney general of the state, forfeit his of floe. Bnilroad corporations and other companies ore forbidden to offer passes or franks to public officers. Election and registration boards must in all cases be bipartisan. Another provision commending itself aa especially in accordance with tb spirit of free American institutions i that which forbids henceforth and for ever any public moneys being divertec to the use of sectarian schools. No edt catioual institution under the control, wholly or in part, of any religions denomination, or one in which any particular religions dootriwe is tanght, shall receive a share of the school fund. Those who wish to train their children in particular theological doctrines must pay for the privilege out of their own pockets, which no doubt they will gladly do. For legislative purposes cities me divided into three classes, and voters living iu towns of less than 6,000 are not required to register before voting. Legislative representation for the state of New York has been increased in tho senate from 28 to BO; in the assembly, over with adjectives or expletives. If yon do, it shows that you are not a person of good judgment and tbat you cannot teething*, as they are. If you use all is 6 per cent more than its money value last year. If the statisticians who compiled this estimate had taken into account tho vast quantities of wheat fed to live stock this year, doubtless the figures would .have been still larger. Tbe 1894 cotton crop is one of tho largest ever grown in America. Consequently the price is down. But here, again, the*e is compensation. Last year the average price was 7 cents. This yew it will not be quite 6 centa. But the amount for sale is so much larger tbat nearly as much money will be realized as was done in 1898. The value of tbe cotton crop for 1894 i6\pntal $856,000,000. On the whole, whether that is saying much or not, the farmer will come out at least as well in 1894 as he did in 1893, Pork sells lower, but still it holds its own. Exports of the chief American staples —wheat, flour, cotton, pork and beef— bftve increased this fall over those of last year at the samp time, but the prices tbey bring rule lower. Tbe effect of an exciting election on trade was very manifest Tbe boot and shoe trade is brisk, and there are comparatively few business failures this fall. Formera at least will be able to buy the usual Quantity of goods, and farmer* constitute 44 per from 183 to 150. Tho New Government Bonds. j In the past-two years the government of the United States reversed tho rapid debt paying policy that has characterized the country since war times. One hun- • drod million dollars have been added to the national dent. Fifty million dollars iu government bonds wore sold in 1803, and $50,000,000 more are being sold in 1804. Large appropriations and no money to pay' them caused the issue ot tho bonda. The bond* of 1893 were Bold at aTreminni that made them practically 8 per cents. When tbe $50,000,000 5 per cents of 1894 are finally closed out, the expectation is that they will have been taken at snoli a price as to cost the government really wot more than 8 per cent interest. In 1876 the act was passed under which the uew bonds havo been offered. I< empowers the president of tho United States to borrow gold and issue government bonds therefor. Tho gold is borrowed in order to keep a sufficient sup ply of the yellow WBtttl in tho treasury, The »ww 6 per cant bonds ruu ton yenip. Oar prateut financial ey stern was made tor Vail street Say look* by the BenubUoan pat<y and eo long as the ^epabUoans were in power and their •aeretary ot the treasury was a tool ot W»H street the inherent weajkaetaea ot tba ayatem did not manit**k Bat when Mr. Carlisle oawrU bis inde pendtooe of these money kings tbey •how tuoir power and propose to bring tbe United States government to terms It IB ulgb time such lawa were piwoed OB will make tbe treasury independent of the whim* of gold jobber* in New York. ' Governor Frank Jaok*on bo* written wbiph be atete* that h* will «i»d»d»te tor re-election. Be give* fta»ual*l reuwa for hie 'declining to again MQept tbe honor. We ore eo». ry to ,ftwMT iibjji, ftw <f »• »fc to bave a Carnegie See His Own Wonders, New York World. In 1891 a young electrician, now in Faria,on looking through Carnegie'* great steel-rail plant atBtaddoak, Pa., casualty Rgaatei tb*A electricity could be made to operate the widely separated pieces of machinery at a saving of many thousand* a year, Tbe otbM day Ur.Oaraegie visited tbb plant (or tbe first Mm* in two years and aaw electricity doing tbe work. This improvement, together wjtb others, make* it possible for eigbt men to do tbe work 800 did ia 1891. Of course, Me. Carnegie will now be able to underbid all bis competitor*. One of tbe improvement* i* called a "soaking pit." Each "(waking pit" takes the plttoe <>t tea reheating furnaces. The pit* will revolutoniise tb* ateol-rail bnaioew, Electric crane*, the first in tba world, will lift tb» bloom* out ot tba "eoakiog pit*-" FtOtt Bctddaok Mr. Oarnegia went to Homestead, wbare lie learned (bat lie. i* governor we would maeu prefer J?r«pk to »ueb «wu as Sherman, Gear ot b«mb«e. «i* trae be bss uot tilled tb« 0i»Air wasted by Uoole Horuo* a« it bud been during (be tour year* preooaiug bifl introdaoMon into pitta*, but bd baa done the beet ba oould nod fas,* mad* B otuob better executive than many of bi* predecessor*. As eUowlog tbe olmugtu in public: teniiment ibe nlootiou returns ot Hewli ton oouuty, Ohio, (Oiuoiuuuii) ebow n i iu juut one wwk. At November 0, (I* the owner ft the largest bloom mill iu tbe world. When be waa told tbat one vetir'a ottkput it tolled iote a sUsft 6 f**l iu 4Uuiet«r would make a oaluawi twenty-five mile* Mgb, b* wid: "flow wonderful!" Be HBW u 25-iDob UOBJ weighing 100 tue (oat cue ia two in twelve 0W *r«*»«Q'» •»— —--—K the fine words up over trifles, you will have none left to describe really great sensations. Remember this and use just plain, moderate words to describe merely ordinary objects and events. So shall your diction become 'elegant and 'expressive and not be wordy and sloppy. an - fc, ii Wisdom From Bankers. A plan for raising money was approved by the Bankers' association that shows nt a glance bow superior to financial matters tbe banker is to the farmer. He is indeed. Many a large sneer has been sneered at ttoo famous subtrensury plan evolved by the rural bruin out of its inner oon,- eoiousueas. According to this plan, tbe government was to issue, say, fBOO,' 000,000 ot paper notes and lend then to the people at 3 per cent interest annually. That was simple and had the Merit of being easily understood. The banker* wore tbe cue* who laughed loudest at this simple winded plan, fivolve a plan for raising revenue tba* the common people oouUl - 'lorstaoai Preposterous I Themetbod of our pro fessloual financiers, indorsed unaal mausly by the American Bankers' 08*0- oiation, was this: Let conaross pass a law permitting tbe banks to IBBUO " ' ousting notes" to the amount of ball their paid up capital. Tbefio circulating notes were to bo anbjoot ton erniueut tax of one-bulf per couta year. The banks were likewise to bo author izod to issue uddUiouul wofcos to cent of tbe population. Country iilfe I* Fashionable. Elderly people can remember when the swell society of this country kept its all the year round house in tbo city. During July and August it migrated to tbe springs, mountains or *eo*hore aud staid at hotels. In oohrse of time tbe richest families began tobamtbtft own cottages at tbe springs or seashore. Next oamo the fad of having farm* and country places of .their own, to which tbey retired during tbe summer season. 6rttdu»lJy this season has bo- some longer and longer, beginning our- ter and closing later. Now it com- mewoes in May oud lasts till winter. .t is becoming popular for wealthy people to spend Christmas at their country rie», English ftwhiou. Now tbe oouu* try bus mnde ouomore stop iu the affections ot high life. Numbers of fashion, able people have their splendid homes ,n the country altogether, some of them ovwi giving up their town residoiioon or renting them. During the fashionable wiutor season, beginning J««. !• » Bll > f society people blre niaguiaceut liotel apurtrueuto and rerooin there till »l>viu«. Th»t will be the w»y iwotaty will prob- 6saoud8 by a e«w tbst bus uo teetb, bot amount of 96 per cent uf tbuir ottpitBl tbe eit'oumferatioe of wbloli travel* ut (be ruto ot el* wiltiS per luluute. |u»U*i,r«orplatB»fl»l8Wtt«sbopMr. ^^^ MWW ^ m o H r»8gtew«s shown a JOO-ton logotbeJug ^M 1 000 1 000*aro«OB"iuid ouly pay $ 'oroeil iuto «n armor pl»t* J8 iaobee tblok j aoveiui&wt b»U ot 1 V 0 * wut " uml 25 fcot \aug for the buttle ebip j or j ftX| while tho gover«»e«t this uflultional ttiuouut to bo Hubjeot* to a "heavy t»x." Under this plu» of ou great flunuoial tbiukors the bttuka wouU their owi) wote* not iuwi "'— »wu* ..... — .-,- ~-r, T. - - , .- .„ 'i-jje UyJDlHJtH ably do iu future, and Booiety w wise. W 7 molniug to groat bailB or receptions aretobq givpt., 1 8gw ° l " "* They will doubtless bo so popular aa ni investment tbat there will uot 1)3 hal enough to go round. Tho presidoaC did not w»it 'or congress to approve this sue of bonds because be did not think congress would give him its approval The opinion of British fluauaiars i that oven this (60,000,000 loan will not check more than temporarily tbe flow of gold from the United States to Europe. _ The findings of President Cleveland'* committee to investigate tbe {tollman strike are substantially tbat either tbe government must interfere to protect tbe employees of railway corporations, or else it must own tbe railroads itself, In case of tho Pullman strike tbe-com- mittee, of whom Carroll D. Wright, labor commissioner, is a prominent member, nuds that tho rent charged Pullman employee* was »0 to 86 per cent more than, tho same accommodations could be bad for in Cbiongo. A high rent was charged even for occupying tbo obwob tUe Pullmwu company built, «o high a rent tbat the clwcb, was seldom used. The oomwHtee finds, further, that the company did uot keep tbe works running in hard tiroes for the sake of the workmen, but ouly for its own sake. Pullman WM *ow»4 to be to blame for refusing to arbitrate tbe dif. himself aud b)s weu. discovered thero was tho The fli'flt thanksgiving p*oeftitti»ll«l. fte* this ootmtty beeatne ft ttgttlttlf' arg«nize<l republic, wltH ft president attd ^ constitution, Was issued in l'7Sft 1(1 vas modestly signed "G. WashiagtOBi" ,nd beta it is. The original docttmettl B still in existence and in the hattdtef one of thoso excellent individual* who loto on relics. The render Will ofc«8Hr« ;hat thete is tu this proelttuiatioa • • iptrit ot earnestDosa ond n deep seas* of duties to be performed that tm« tnUwei from the prestdeatial Thanksgiving doottmeutB of todar- The omisskm i» Hot to their advantage. If o«r ooagress ha* today the spirit that Washington 80>dte- voutly invoked for it, it would hot ba i. body of "m'ea pulling 40 different wojr» because of the promptings of selfish- la- tetesta. -Bead a. Washington's Thanksgiving proclamation and echo it in your beatt: NOWJ therefore, t do reoomtnond Btid assign Thursday, the 20th dajr-of November next, .to to dovotcd by the people ot these utatea to thft servlee of tliot groat Wid glorious being Who M the be«efleent author ot nil the good that was, that Is or that will be; ttmt we may then all unite In rendering unto him our sincere ana bumble thnnkg for his kind care and proteott«i of Uio people of this country previous to thett becoming a nation, lot the signal and manl- to\& merciea and the favorable tnterposltioni of hla providence In the course and conclusion of the tote war, for the great degree of Man- auilitty, union aiid plenty which w« havo olnoe enjoyed, for the peaceable ond tatipnal manner in which we have been enabled to estaousn happiness, and parMoulorl^ the national oab now lately instituted, for the civil and^reM- Rious liberty witb which we are blessed aaa the raeBBB we have of acaolring and diffusing useful knowledge, and in general tofM _»» great and' various favors which he hath MM pleased to confer noon us.. : • And also that we may then nnlte in moM humbly offering our prayers and supplication* to tho great lord and ruler of nations and Beseech htm to pardon our national and other transgressions; to enable us nil, whether. IB public or private stations, to perform our several and relative duties property and punctually; to render our national • <feovernmen» » bleaaing to idl tbe people by constantly being a government of wiso, just ond constitutional laws, directly and faithfully executed an* obeyed; to protect and guide all sovereigns ana nations, especially suoUas hove shown kind* ness to us, and to bless them with good government, peace and concord; to promote-the knowledge and practice of true religion ana virtue ond the increase of science among them and us, and generally to grant unto nil mankind such a degree ot temporal prosperity M he alone knows to bo boat. ' Given under my hand at tbe city or Mew York, the 8d day of October, in tne yearot our Lord one thousand seven hundred ana eighty-nine., O. WASglsoTOP. ' How to Deitend Peking. If the Chinese ouly had au able general, although thoy could not; get back what they havo already lost, they might still save much of what is left—at least tbey might have done so until verf lately. For one thing, they might, at very ittle trouble a»d espouse, if they wera ready for it, prevent the Japanese from getting within five miles of Peking. Suppose they had cabled to the United, itates for a tew shiploads of Yankee mrtel wire fencing* It would at once lave revived our drooping iron ond steel industry and have saved the capital ot tho Celestial Kingdom. When the wire was landed on Chinese soil, they should have shipped it by oars, or, if they did. not have enough of them, by armjr wagon* to Peking. An array wagon can haul a mile of tbe w^e. There is nothing on the earth BO formidable by way of defense as bristling barbed wire, tt makes one feel clawed topieoes to think of it. Wooden posts' do not cost much. A dozen lines of the. barbed fencing might have been istrung around poking, on» Within the other. If neoessarjr, tb» Whole outfit 'could have been charged With electricity. There is nothing known toman that oould havo taken Peking with snob linos of defense. Even if tbe wires were oat down, tbey would still lie along tbe ground and entangle tbe feet of the Jap invader and down biro and destroy him. There are possibilities for defense in barbed wire tbat it ia well worth the while of military taotf* elans to investigate. . oowwUtfl0 tbey ouu toko place itt ba"» «"* birwl for the oooosloB. Society is to bo congratulated on tbin 8«wing love lor rnvai life. i __. Bi'uatw Peffor predicts that tUo POI»- ooratio parly will »ouu breutbe iU la-t, f«,r Kiu'o. U)t not tbo Kftwao* «e«mtor bo too certain. About tbo tlino the lint* uu<l Kepublicuud uro b»nr>'i« its io the b't-aveyurd it will be tu« BujuKiscti COVJMP to lii't its lu;;»A uuil nivnauv, "Thgw'u Railway Manager*' nsKwlaUoa is declared to be illegal. Tho law of Now York require* (bat alter elootian caoh candidate sbnH file with the aeoretary ot state » tull »nd true »ts\wuwnt ot tbe tuouey be paid out for oauipuigu cxpouHOfl. Jobu W. Goff wbosailml VviuuipUantly luto tbo lucrative oftlao of reoorUer ou tbe fuuiuJw mude iu tbo Luxow oowwittoe, *peut 76 Tbo Fetter prophecy is interesting M predicting .what probably will not bap> pen. Mr, Peffer nays tbe dissatisfied B*; publicans, wbo are tup free stiver &*> publicans, will couaalt witb the dissatisfied Democrat*, too numerous to ma»« tion or classify just now, and these two disgruntled band* will beg tbe Populists to take them in out of tbe cold and tbe wet The Fops will kinaly do oa Tben these three will, in tbe languajg* of that lamented Democrat, Bamnel J. Randall, "got together" and make wot ou tbe UepubUoan goldbugs and mo- aopoU*ts. Fetter thinks free silver is an issue big enough for a whole campaign even ia this big country, and he WQttW like to see a fight made on tbat alone. Woqld it not be just as well for tb* United States to attend to it* own affaire and let Japan woke tier own term*, with tbe iiaMow «b« is oouquwingT it, for instance, we were engaged i,u ft WIT witU Moxtoo or 8p»in orauyotbarw tion—wbiojj beavett forbid—would »• uot take it aj» plweot impu4euo*j tf Japuo nbowld offor to settle the diff«r« «uee* between us aud tell an wh*l W* mnitdo? The colored brother's elevenM* comwttudmeBt oowo*, iu good play h«^ For tbo*e wbo bftve forgotten witat tbal ww OJB* m»y remark that U «M Wi» "JJinfl yow ow» A borte uliow i« also a dress tfhaw. Quo of tbe wast huworowi re»»lU ol ibe olootlau is tbo strike of too ta*4l and mull w«gan drivers iu ea*l too ttleottw ewtltlwi once to bi«Uer witgw. oo«»trnotio« (iwei wbeu every, negro "\ 40 asm ^fefi'iife

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