Bloomfield Democrat (Newspaper) - November 4, 1892, Bloomfield, Indiana Bloomfield NOVEMBER 4, 1892. n. ticket Stamp cbe To vote a mixed ticket do not the square ut the head of the ticket but stamp the square Just the name or each person desire to In case your vote will be counted for the persons only where the square is stamped beside them and Tor no one the aod stamp but vote is a Tute volo fui id a vote for Vote fur Harrison trade a vote VOTE is a vote to restore the conspiracy law to the Indiana statue News has failed to bring on that one hundred dullars We demand the money or a complete back who are urged to vote for Ira J. Chane for governor on or military grounds should not that he regards them and collectively as to wheat sold in the Chicago market at 69f Four ago Saturday wheat sold in the Chicago market at This is how the Uw protects the ladiana Democrats have within their All that is needed is to complete the campaign work with tho same clear sightedness and enthusiasm which have marked ita grew thus W. F. of Alexander of R. of and Joseph N. are a few of the many leading who have declared for Clevela nd this have voted for many and the effort of the News last week to make it appear that not one of the name ever voted for a ia wholly and never voted a against a Union soldier but the candidate for sheriff Jarvis principal of the Lyons juHt as we Of there was no contract between him and Supt. moss ( Jarvis was a Democrat from principle and there was no one else that Trustee Bogard so be employed Prof. of e man who that there was ever any contract in regard to a school between the County and Wright on that he would change bia a liar and the truth is not in Wright Jarvis is a broad minded honorable man whose principles are not for registration clause of the election law having been declared by the supreme court every person in the state the constitutional qualifications of an elector will be to vote on the 8th of Every male citizen of the United above twenty-one years of have resided in the state during the six and ia the township sixty and in the ward or precinct thirty Immediately preceding the and shall have declared his intention of becoming a citizen of the United conformably to the federal statues on the subject of will be a legal votar at the There is no of ia any Steel Wire Nails and E. St New Oct. 29, Q. H. Ind. I Vote for a Nothing 8ib make things of October 18ib has just been friend of the public can vote Mr. Van he days for and exhorta tion are Few if any votes will be by speeches or during the remainder of the campaign are few voters ia Indiana who have not fully determined bow they will stamp the ballots on The important things now are for Democrats to their precinct see that every person who pro to the Democratic in whole or in shall be fully instruct ed how todo see that every Dem voter ia at the polls in good season on election above be on the alert for Republican tricks and If these matters are carefully looked after in every precinct in Indiana a plurality for of from 15,000 to 20,000 may be to me by ths Hon. John DeWitt Warner who is too busy for the National Democratic Committee to ask steel wire nails and calico can be bought for less Iban the and what rela if protection baa bal toward making the above articles so and why they are so Neither salt nor steel I have ever sold for lets than the tariff duty upon The duty on steel rails is per ton and the price ia the United States has for several years been held steadily at by the steal rail trust in the face of declines of cheap raw materials at and a demand for The present price in England is about per price on salt in bulk I from i i cent per in sacka and from to 1 cent per at The duty is 12 per 100 wire nails the duty is 2 cents per pound and the present price about per 100 Oa calico the duty is from 4 to It is probable that cheap in auction or in hand stores where remnants are sold can ba purchased for leas than 4 or for than 3 c. It is in this way that many of articles mentioned in the during the last year as having been sold for less than the have been things that make things cheap in spite of are Cheap raw Cheap and Im proved All of causes liave operated in the caaes mentioned by With wire nails improved has been the main In all of these caaes American though paid double the is about as cheap as English or European Blaine's report as Secretary of on the cotton goods trade of the world admitted that inequalities in the wages of and American operatives are more than equalized by the greater efficiency of the and their longer hours of This opinion is by most authorities both and Labor Com Wright's reports on textiles and on steel rails etc. show that there is very little difference in the labor cost of steel rails and cloth hare and Though having to more for raw material we can often undersell the foreign manufacturer we have better machinery and get our labor This is true in modt kinds of J. B of New Conn toe largest manufacturer of many of hArdware ia the after visiting all of came to the conclus ion that could manufacture cheaper here than in any of the cheap oun tries of He to all parts of the As proof that id here he observes that in smill where the labor is item of he can compete with but in large where the cost of material is more cannot Many other large have coma to tha same It is evident that proteo nearly always enhances the cost of production increasing the of raw It always tends to make things dearer and to prevent the natural decline in prices due to anl this is in fact the only wbf favor It and submit to the process to it. If it made aragas the manufacturers would Cet rid of it ae soon as I have and not too late to help you Btron W. our before you It is full of food for vote for Cleveland is a vote for Gen. Black for commissioner oi can confidently you that tho majority in Indiana will be 15,0i 0 or is a life and death struggle for Their existence depends upon Democratic if you want 60 for your wheat vote for It was never lees than a under will not bet on Indiana nor on general Democratic money is up waiting takers all over the square containing the rooster at the head of the at the left of the first name on the out the All that is necessary to win is to get every Democrat to the polls and see that he votes the Dem vote for Steve Moss is a vote the Bloomfield vote for John Johnson is a vote the Bloomfield the heavy loss in the second district by the People's party the Democratic majority in this district will be increased at least 700 Moss will run considerably a head of his ticket in his own township and township of his competitor No higher ought to be to make nim run a head in all the other point with pride that the has again pasted another campaign without abusing any There is much which we could have said truthfully against the Republican ticket but nobody seemed to want us to tell it and wo wouldn't done so if they vote for Riddle is a half vote for Van A vote for Weaver is a half vote for If you want Republican vote the Republican but if you want a change vote the Democratic Votes are to precious to be thrown away on any third minor and laboring men in this county should rally for Hon. Andy The only protection in this State is a Democratic We will pay fifty dollars for the title of any a Republican legislature ever passed in tho interest of the working man in election of John French and Steve Moss is practically assured if their friends work They must not forget when in the hour of victory that they are largely indebted to hundreds of Republicans for it. No Republican will even have to voting for must be no Stand up for the entire One man is as much deserving the support of the Democrats as the If some Re publican candidate is not as popular as that is his Don't trade with a Republican who don't like some one on his own to tha of the Democracy from distinguished soldiers of the civil war la Judge John P. Rea of Mr. Rea has always been a and his standing among veterans may be from the fact that in 1886 be was elected chief of the Orand Aruy of the According to his statement his conversation was due to Cleveland's attitude towards the soldier i. Ue so in grand army on the subject of these pension vetoes that I determined to it up for I did so and the result is that I will show what I think of them by voting for Mr. Cleveland I fail to find a single veto that was not upon of right and and I Cleveland for his upright and manly I believe bia sympathies are and always havs been with old and I can prove my belief in no more may than by giving him the first vote I cut for a do the Democratic teachers think who are left out in the cold to make room for some Republicans who have promised to vote for Steve is no such Every parson in county whether a a a Prohibitionist or a People's who applied for license and was comptent received and any question as to hew they would Simon Bland and Sam Blackmore whatever you do when you go to The interest of the tax payers demand that there be a Democratic board of county Commissioners once in ten If one or two Democratic tax payers in each precinct would make their a they caa get them hundreds of voted and thereby elect thousand people were at Worthington last Friday to hear ex-Governor Isiac P. It was by far the meeting of ary kind held by any party in the The was a mile or more long. All concede it the Purter meeting Gov. made one of the finest speeches we ever listened to and it is having a telling Republicans keep telling that the race for representative is between Van-Buskirk and when they know that Riddle will not get 300 votes in the The only hope they have of defeating Mr. Humphreys is to get Democrats to vote for Mr. Humphreys will have a 100 plurality over Mr. VanBuskirk if the Democrats stand firm and we believe they LESSON FOR I am 8 and write this for farmers and laboring Suppose I raised 2 0 0 of wheat last harvest and I have a country I am not willing to take the market price of wheat in but conclude I will ship my 2, 000 of wheat to Liverpool market and do bo realize net for my and in the free trade market I find I can buy goods for per yard or for about one half per yard leeB than similar goods in thia country and I invest and get 2, yards and order it shipped to Franklin Ind. When I get to tho New York houso the collector at that port mo the manifest for my consign meat of goods and says the import duty on my goods is 60 cents per McKinley says is paid by the Now read these figures First cost of goods in duty to got them United 00 and insurance to 40.00 cost in store at think 25 per profit on such a line of goods is about the which 250 00 original does the consumer pay to protect a manufacturers of similar I will show you 25 per on 1,000 260.00 and Ben come hige to the average farmer and laboring man? Will Annanias Bob or any other Republican please give the figures in the above problem that benefit the laboring tbe farmer or the man at the loom in a down cloth It robs the laboring and every other laboring submit to you for HIM AND BE Franklin of Chicago is one of the great merchants of tbe a man of ripe a keen student of a close thinker and a vigorous He is a brother of Wayne who was at torney general in and his antecedents are strongly In a of the reciprocity humbug the of Chicago a few evenings Mr. was especially He sounds In it is not seemingly oppressive in its utterly hopelessly this expanding petty beyond we quit our isolation and admit the necessity for free trade with a few nations we give up all that has made protective policy an intellectual Reciprocity is mearly the first halting place of a beaten Pro is willing to throw over principles if it can save the Protection must pass Let us hope that it may pass away while they still linger about it some of its old-time pretensions to and while there is still some chance of being remembered as the old robber baroness of the Rhine are historically a tinge of romance concealing their * * * Why should thia this young favorite child of waste its dignity and forget its mission in petty schemes of reciprocity Take the taxes from our ships and leave them free to catch all the favorite winds of take the taxes from our and wherever there is a sea there will be our flag and these is a port there will be our In such a commerce there will not only be but the more just of Out of this unrestricted championship there will come to us a a civilization and a manhood under a system of repression and impossible to who the brotherhood of VoTK to Harrison is a vote to retain the present Vote for is a vote change your York is good for 000 majority for will be a ccid day for the working men in this country if Andy is is easy enough for a few rs to sell a party but it is very t doliver the now Rolling in the York and Chicago markets at the lowest price on you with There will be Harrison po t no clui igo gives to publican campaign Do men want to assist Vote for Harrison is a vote for 60 cent A vote for Cleveland is a vote for a dollar or more for the farmers of Greene county suf fer tho defeat of Andy Humphreys they will regret it before they plant corn are still prepared to pay for a copy of any act ever passed by a Republican legislature in Indiana in tbe interest of miners will make an awful mistake if they suffer the defeat of Hon. Andy He is tried and true to cents that Si L. Good editor of the People's Party Banner does not vote for a single person on tbe People's party Vote for Van Buskirk is a vote for to exempt tbe rail roads from taxation and make tbe farmers mal e it up an increase in the sold in New Yoik last week at tha lowest price it ever touched in that Three cheers for the McKinley authority had the editor of the People's Banner to assure tho Republican candidate for sheriff that the People's party was solid for living person has seen wheat sold in the great markets of Chicago and New York for as little as it now Hurrah for the McKinley the election approaches the price of wheat goes This is not likely to make far aaers rally in great force for next large majority of the People's party in this county are men and a few bosses can not sell them to the Republican party like so many you do not see that John French is re elected what inducements have you to offer a man to make a faithful Is there a single man who will any that county even had at any time in any a letter Humphreys has been having meetings the past There has baen a of voters to him and his election is now assured if Democrats remain loyal and county assessor of Vigo county carried a torch in the Dem procession at Terre Haute on Monday night and declared for Grover attack on the George M. Burch last week ia the Banner was malicious Mr. Burch said that the People's party would poll but 4 votes in East Center and Mr. Ri 6 The Banner it and tays he said in Center and denounces him as misre presenting the He said it of tbe East precinct and next Wednesday will prove his estimate a very fair lattar in the Times last week is He paid Cleveland the attributed to him and a strict construction of his own letter says IN Oct. 25.The Hon. Cye Davis of Greene county has just closed the canvass with one of the largest torchlight procession ever seen in this Ferdinand tho was a mile headed by the famous nand band with the Huntingburg drum corps and bands and the glee from the surrounding towns Mr. Davis is without the most eloquent and forcible orator that has ever made a canvass of this section and he has added a long list of converts to the already large Democratic vote in this Mr. Davis has a way or explaining the of protection that is good to bear and his talk on the force stands un MR. secret circular sent by Chairman of the Now York Republican State which looks decidedly like an attempt tu work Dudley's of game in New moves the to offer the following warning to President Har Mr. Harrison perhaps is not responsible for Hackett's but he must be aware of tbe scandalous direction in which his campaign is being and he can't put a stop to it if he Ue knows that the enormous sums of money fried out of the protected manufacturers in 1888, more was done to debauch the franchise and undermine tbe foundation of a free government that can repeatedly ba endured with any safety to the President afford again to be an before or after tne in such a crime against and society as was openly committed by the Republican managers and boasted of by them in 1888." News is wonderfully exercised for fear if Steve Moss is elected he will give this some If Mr. Johnson is elected he will give it to the We are willing for our readers to say which paper they would rather have Humphreys served longer in the legislature than any other living man in Fault has not been found to a single vote be ever Why should he be put aside for a young lawyer who has no experience and has made more promises than the God above us could THIS BIRD BE CAUGHT WITH school teacher should feel an interest in the defeat of Van Hie election means a shortening of the schools one Our schools are too short Our teachers can hardly live and keep up as it is and what will they do with a of their Kalery cut off They can defeat Mr. VanBuskirk and they ought to do it or quit you want to vote a mixed or do not stamp the square at the head ot the but stamp the little square at the side of the name of of the persons you want to vote Moss needs your You could not help a more deserving man nor one who would make a better you stamp the square at the head of the aud then stamp any whore else the ticket is spoiled and can not be counted for n a comparatively clean presidential campaign it has remained for a editor to write and a Republican paper to print a shocking piece of political In yesterday's New York a paper which claims to be most widely circulated Republican daily of Now there appeared in its series of prize editorials an article written by C. of the Indianapolis the oldest Republican newspaper printed at the home of President His article was entitled and attempted to sum up in a manner unfavorable to the Democrats the principles advocated by the two great Republican was condensed into the seven believe in for Democratic was given in more extended form and was begun with the following remarkable paragraph believe in our god who suffered under Benjamin was died and buried under an avalanche of He descended into but rose again in four years and ascended to bia former lofty where he on the right hand o f Tammany on a new just what of such an editorial is expected to make votes for President Harrison it is hard to but that it is the champion piece of brutality of the present campaign is as clear TARIFF ON Oct. 24th, 1892. Editor time ex J. T. Johnson in discussing the tariff question at thia place tbe following in proof that the pays the Canadian farmer brings head of sheep to they are sold for He pays tariff on them for the privilege of selling in our market and therefore goes home with only in his An American farmer also has 100 head of sheep in the same market which bring and he takes the whole amount home with Therefore the Canadian must pay tho as he only takes home with Thia illustration seems to be proof conclusive to a few Republicans here that the foreigner pays the Let us look at the and after a careful investigation it is found that the foreigner the I would be in favor of so amending our laws as to make the pay all our taxes and state as well as We would thereby get rid of the odious Democratic tax law and relieve our citizens of quite a That would be a law of which no citizen of Indiana could justly I insist that thia would be the logical conclusion to be arrived at if it bo established that the foreigner pays the But let us look at this a little Suppose that we in our tear down the tariff wall and allow Canadian sheep and all other kinds of j sheep to come into our market and compete with our shoep duty What will be the According to the Republican in trade the country will bo flooded with cheap sheep raised by foreign pauper labor and our will be ruined suppose the same two parties who took the shipment to Buffalo take two more shipments of 100 The will this time according to the above reasoning take home and also the American producer will take a like amount is tho lot s-r in this The U. S. government revenue and the Anu rican produc rr in who is tho gain The American consumer has gain ed an amount equal to the two looses viz on the two Now thia would be the logical result if the conditions which Mr. Johnson tried to He tried to make our farmers believe that they ere protected by the |I 50 per head on We are exporters of sheep rather than So is Id it to suppose that Canadian farmers would look to the U. S. as a market for their Would they not rather look to the country that imp Now to what extent are we of I am by the statistics at my command that the sheep imported from Canada are almost whooly for breeding Who is it In this country who is engaged in the breeding of It ia the American Do you suppose the Canadian pays tbe duty on bis in order to enable the American to improve his brood of No. He solid his sheep to the American at a better than he can get at home and then the American pays the tax on of and po in tho of all manufactures Tho them to the American r at good or better price than he could get from other and then the consumer pays for m with the tariff The truth is that the Canadian theep market like our own is governed by the European market and no sheep are imported from except for breeding purposes some isolated case where there is no cutlet for them to the market of the world except through the United and by the way this very principle has done more to develop the transportation facilities of than any one It the of a railway to an outlet for the wheat of and all western and Canada which hut for our tariff would Lave been d by our railroads thus giving to many of our the elevator charges that would have there in. If this waa the market or ultimate destination of these articles then the farmer would be protected by the tariff but it ia not and whatever sheep are imported except for breeding are only so imported in order that they may reach the market of the world and any law which tends to diminish such importations would be on a plane with a law that would prohibit Indiana railroads from carrying corn and wheat produced in Illinois and Iowa through the state on the grounds that they compete with our productions of corn and HERT Wraps HERT HERT 4fe and Shoes HERT Clothing HERT and Yarns HERT Everything Trade THE a bnt not a bit fmr ilic In the assertion we Ilic sentiment os every man that has from may a yon see it batter you liare tested it. Our la not in nonsensical but in plain We our styles the the quality best and price from 93 to 93 others are selling One priced Merchant Tailors and Corner Fifth and exceedingly pretty and altogether new for street and house wear are now Specially we ask attention to the suits at 913, with mU front and in five easily Kood styles nt very low looks are more than skin depending upon a healthy condition of all the vital If the Liver bu you have a Bilious if your be disordered have a Dyspeptic look and if your Kidneys be affected you have a Pinched Secure good health and you will have good Electric Bitters is the groat alternative and Tonic acts on these vital Cures Boiles and a good Sold at S. 50c. per 4 and colicky no sold by larger line than ever at prices thaa we can ill 24 days Some of the goods arc Electric Natural Beaver and in 19, 80 and 32 inch Best Electric Seal capes 91S, with black martin at this time are worth 920. scarfs the latest in great cloaks are selected with At 910 we give you the best black coat in the S.