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Independent, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1896, Massillon, Ohio INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENT COMPANY Erie O is 1888. DAILY FOUNDED IH 188T. IH 1886. OCTOBER 26, 1896. Twenty-Seven Years of Protection U 1893) Decreased our Public Debt Three ef Free Trade to 1895) Increased our Public John H. of is not making frantic undignified appeals for He happens to be a compe level headed and when ed representative will fill the office Never have the of the probate been administered with more re gard for the security of the interests en trusted it than by Judge We have in him an high-minded man of whose business experience and legal training have fitted him most admirably for the Congressman Tavler has spoken in ev ery corner of bis and he has spoken Mr. believes in Especially does he believe that when we have legislated to get back lost which Major McKinley talks we must legislate to protect our working people from an influx of ignorant aud undesirable in competent to become one with us in de our Mr. Tayler re in toe presence here of the clean and strong we have drawn but he that we need now to put the bars up higher than they have been and admit to citizenship only such persons as are deserving of the high Civic pride is something we need so ia something that would do so much for and it is a great pity we have no organization of strictly utilitarian to promote it The council could help along wonderful ly by broadening the scope of its To what THE HNT means it prints an editorial from a New York showing the character of the work in progress street in the finest city in the Fifth avenue is a al rather than a local It will give joy to the heart of the nation to know that Fifth avenue is finally to be paved in a manner worthy of its reputation and The new pavement will correspond with the splendor of architecture aud display of wealth which has made historic street the delight of York and the admiration of the country noisy granite is to and with it goes every obstruction and ble Asphalt from Washington Square to Central hydrants and posts to go to the side all unsightly sign boards and ing schemes to go out of a model in is the programme now being carried out by the of public Of course we cannot pave all lon with but we can get rid of many unsightly There are too many and they disfigure our best The cloud of wires ought to be strung through the and the old and posts might as well be removed There are a dozen other little things that could be and if they were done the beauty would be very greatly without if any IN The view of our free silver friends that under existing conditions the price of farm is steadily and necessarily has received a blow within the past few weeks rise in which has gone up some 80 cents a and is thought by many to be to reach the dollar The fact is convincing to those willing to be that wheat will continue to rise and in ence to the law of supply and and that our present sound and stable currency has nothing to do with its It is interesting to know that in San Francisco every ship that can be engaged has been chartered to carry The estimated amount of wheat to go out within the next ten days is Exports from the first of the month to date ed to valued at Practically all of this was shipped in the past three being included m seven For the entire month of 1895, the experts were but valued at From Portland this is the ancen from the beginning of the season to date have been the largest in the tory of the amounting to against bushels last and slightly over bushels two years There are now twenty-eight grain ships in aggregating all Ships en route com- mostly aggregating This time last year tons were on the and two years ago The rise of 30 cents per bushel since the season ed means a gain of about to the growers of the and many who sold the latter part of last found themselves for the first time in years free from in some oases pay ing off mortgages not due for two years The short crop in India has this sudden foreign and about one-half of the spring wheat cro and nearly all of the corn crop are in the they will be bene fitted by the It is a stance that while wheat has gone up something like 38 per silver i worth 5 per less than when the grain flurry All this must be very discouraging to the free silver agi but the even though he may be a follower of will doubt less be willing to accept the material The are inclined to attribute the increasing price of whea to the wicked machinations of Mr. Han but as the operation would have cos the national committee something and required an internation al agreement as even the most un sophisticated believer in free silver wil have difficulty in going behind causes to discover the real reason for this THE TRUTH ABOUT MR BRYAN Under the above caption Harper's Weekly prints the Bryan belongs to an order of men that is at least as old as the art of writing From St. Basil to Henry from Louis and Karl Marx to Jules William Jennings Bryan aud Governor men of this kind have been imagining human sorrows where no sorrows human suffer ings where there had been prosperity and They have been trying to relieve the woes conjured by their imaginations by war on the system of civilized under the proteo tion and of which the human race has developed into its pres ent high under too wealth and the comfort of all classes have increased so rapidly tbat men oi the last ceil if all this progress of material well-being had then been for would have scoffed at the prophet for predicting achievements far beyond the power of man to On the part of the socialists it has been now a war against now a battle with the results of inventive again it has been a scheme to di- vide all to give to the occupier all the benefits of the and to deny the owner any benefits now the theory has been that men would be happier if the state should own the land or confiscate the again it is de- clared that the institution of marriage is an or that men would better fulfill their destinies if they called one another now the farmer is to be able bo borrow money of the government on tils growing crops to the amount of 80 per of their market and then again the government is to lend every citizen ten dollars or more whenever his necessities may Some of the schemes are mad enough to excite laugh like a few of the extravagances of the Ocala but like many of the declarations of the grammes adopted at the congress of Basle in 1809, or at the congress of Grotha in 1875, are menacing 1 Out of the Socialist which las grown stronger or more noisy since its half-educated orators and writers en- oy the freedom of the press and of have come crude laws in some parts of this which have re- in the exclusion of capital from the states that have adopted and n consequent loss of In Europe there have come societies of an and finally the which is endeavoring to teach the workingmen that their class everywhere ought to be dearer to them than their At basis of it all is the jealousy felt by hose who do not prosper of those who lo. All these which began o gather strength in Europe with the French but whose doctrines were taught by some of the early fathers f the in their war in aud on government which protects and fosters both capital and Bryan is of this He may not know but whose finest fruitage is anarchy and the philosophy of his candidacy and Beyond his feeble and ig presentation of his money heresy ies the deep abyss of into or he inviting the American people to Mine H. of Recom Wright's May 21. 1896. To the Wright Medical O have purchased a of Wright's Celery Capsules from and used them for rheumatism and One of my arms was so badly afflicted that could not remove my coat without and after using one box all pain had entirely left it. The medicine lid me more good than anything I ever Yours very H Half Rates to Round trip tickets atone fare for the round trip will be on sale Nov. 7th to Oth from Cincinnati and the North on account of meeting of the American dical Congress at Mexico These tickets are good on fast ed trains and good until December 31, for particulars W. W. O. ARE Winged Slanders That Spread In a May SOME NOTABLE OASES Origin of the Word Victims of the Political and Fate of lord Memorable election day bearing down upon na it would be well for ardent politicians to brace themselves and be ready for It is the season for Just before election times the roorback spreads its black wings for a wide and it sweeps over the country more swiftly than the hurricane and penetrates the ness of the public with such sudden uity that DO one can tell from what tion it The Century Dictionary defines the back campaign but it ift more than that It may be a campaign a quibble of a candidate for the It wai produced facsimile and ran as anil confidential HOUSE Or I f D. Jan. 20. 1880. political pte of 1887 with the punctures of his pen in the well remembered The British awakening to the immense 1880. possibilities for underhand as to tho I tako it that the question of is was one painful only a question of private and corporate j The division on the muling of and individuals of companion have the the coercion was an event of critical right to labor where they can get it importance for Tories and aud the London Times seized the opportunity We have a with the Chinese fop a letter alleged to have been ent which should be kept until by Mr. nine after ment which should be religiously kept until its provisions arc abrogated by tho action of THE AS VIEWED BY AN an unfortunate or a complication of circumstances ing to the misfortune of ono candidate the consequent advantage of his Then there are various unclassified sorts of too numerous to for ali wo fate may have still other kinds her tho modern slang wherewith to slaughter the unsuspecting candidate in tho immediate or remote As will bo remembered by elderly the word roorback cumo into use sub- sequent to the during tho presidential campaign of 1H44, of certain entitled Travels of Baron But woro not the inal Slanders of some kind havo found their way into nearly ery presidential campaign since time of Jn tho contest Andrew Jackson and the younger Adama tho most stupendous Hex reflecting upon tho reputations and of sown broadcast on tho 01 e of waa accused of of bloody headed by representations of inscribed with tho names of men whom the general accused of having caused to bo during tho were while Adams was chared with the perpetration of so bestial and din gusting that it is a wonder that tho vile talua had weight iu thoso days of and it seemed that tho more monstrous tho the bolter it suited tho popular and each candidate had a plenty of conscienceless to put into tion and busily promulgate tho most out- rageous During the Van in 1840, this same tendency to throw the blackest mud just bufore the close of the struggle was strongly Van Baron was charged with hiring an and tho absurd tales of his ex- at the people's expense were widely circulated and largely His son who hud spent a good deal of his time was characterized as a what was in those days con- a far more a disciple of tho This put before tho voters just as shey were ready to cast their had a fatal effect upon the elder Van Huron's chances for tho Tho groat Henry much at the hands of tho promoters of It was during his campaign against Polk that the era of jacks Clay wrote what was called tho in which ho radically opposed tho annexation of a question which was a burning ono at and thinking he had that letter too wrote the which was more con- servative in its bearing upon These letters wore They an- jered tho north and displeased tho south and defeated Clay Kince that day several other roorback iers have figured in campaign VJ VUU VI 1 the and I am not i the park assassination pared to say that it should be abrogated until of reassuring our great manufacturing and corporate inter- ests are conserved iu the matter of Very truly J. A. H. L. Mass. This was at once denounced by General as a but the facsimile of the manuscript had by this time received wide circulation and had done great a prominent member of the Democratic national who was familiar with General publicly expressed the opinion that the letter was affair made a great and in uoh bitter controversy grew out of it. A few days before election an attache of the newspaper in which the letter was published was arrested on a charge of forging aud an investigation i was begun by the court of oyer and miner in New The evidence showed that there no such son oa H. L. Morey of Lynn and made it plain that the letter hod been concocted I and a forgery committed for political The man who was accused was bald for but finally a nolle prosequi having been entered in the One of the witnesses who testified to the genuineness of the letter and sentenced to eight im- I The though not a i was the result of a trick j by one George under the i pseudonym of Charles F. which acted as a sensational roorback against i Grover Cleveland and the Democratic i j On Oct. 24. 1888, there was published a letter purporting to bo written by Charles I F. of to the British minister at Washington asking ad- vice in regard to the political Appended to this was the reply of Lord the minister The letter that the writer was a citizen of tho United of English but ho still considered land the mother Tho writer further said thut the information ho sought was not for himself to enable Mm to give assurances to many other parsons in tho samo situation as for tho pose of influencing thoir political action us citizens United States of The letter contained gross re- upon the conduct of the United States government in respect to questions in controversy and tba States and Great Britain and both directly anil indirectly imputed insincerity iu such Tho minister replied that political party which openly favored the mother country at the present moment would lasu and that party in power is fully aware of that Minister West luither said that In respect to tho with Canada which have for the SAMUEL D. can politicians of experience instantly in thle the familiar campaign The Irish members of ment promptly denounced the letter as a clumsy devised for the purpose of influencing the division on the The letter imputed to Mr. Parnell was a surreptitious apology for the conduct of the Irish members in denouncing the park It contained secret in- while it was necessary for for the sake of expediency and to condemn tbo they were not ly while they must regret accident of Lord F. Cavendish's they not refuse to admit that Burke got more than his The clumsy sentences were utterly unlike Mr. Parnell's incisive and the London journal's intimation that the nature was put on another so that it could be conveniently torn cast cion upon the body of the which Was written in a strange Tho tical refutation of the forgery was found in tho events following the J. BRYAN IN Natural of It is easy to see that cattlo are at home in a moist and wooded The feral cattle of and Australia never from choice stray fur from the Out on the western ranches there of few and the beasts thrive fairly for all tho conditions of their life are artificial are not such as they would select if free to choose their own dwelling AH cattle love to stand knee deep in water and under tho shadow of Their heads are carried low even whun they uru so that they can nee under the spreading branches of the Compare the habitual position of the head of a cow with that of the head of the or which live in the open and have to watch the horizon for the approach of Thon the hoofs of tho cattle are wonderfully adapted for progress over soft In galloping through bogs or I deep mud an ox or a buffalo will easily distance u swift Their toes spread and they do not sink in so fur as the eolid What is even more the open cleft between tho toes allows the air to enter the hole in the mud as the foot is as a horse's hoof sticks like a owing to tho partial vacuum below and can only be dragged out by a great cular Mounted hunters have been overtaken and killed by and to thin American OB Hts to Where He Will Spend BOCK Oct. Bryan spoke to immense gathering of people here He left Ottawa at 8: SO this morning and spoke at La Spring Valley and Kewanee be- fore arriving He will reach sonville where he will spend talking eu route at Macomb and Oct. cheering crowd comed the triple nominee to where he was down for two speeches and an hour's When the train pulled iu the depot a great crowd rounded the car and it was with culty that Mr. Bryan reached the con- which was to take him to the places of Here the prising committee went the Charleston committee one better and instead of haviny the ordinary a cycle was brought into use and the was conveyed on this The crowd was the It was a crush from start to and when the platform at the courthouse square was reached it was impossible for the nee to gain it. While the crowd was not fo large as at many places the crush was the worst experienced for many a The other carriages could not get within 100 feet of that occupied by Mr. Bryan aud the crowd of shorthand men with the and for the local papers could not get near enough to re- port the At the second speech it was but a The date did not dare to leave the vehicle ami the few police were The press correspondents could not hear one word in 50 and they were lucky if they did The return to the depot was a continuous ovation and it was hard to keep the excited ers of the nominee from breaking over police and doing bodily harm iu their to show their The Capital City tho state of Illinois welcomed the Democratic inee with a magnificent Crowds that numbered up into the tens of thousand listened to him and noisily demonstrated thoir affection for him and their belief iu the principles that he Mr. Bryan delivered two speeches in one at tho courthouse and the other in front of the state Danville was the first stop after the entered From a stand near the courthouse Mr. to an assemblage which bered up iu the Enthusiasm prevailed ut the and when Mr. Bryan Congressman Joe Cannon in support of the free silver doctrine the crowd gave noisy evidence of its A 20-niinute stop was made at and here Mr. condemned tho to the great delight of a tew thousand among whom there were many It remained for the little town or Charleston to originate a conveyance different from any found anywhere to rake Mr. Bryan to the grounds where ho was to A gaily decorated platform was provided and placed on wheels and Mr. Bryan and his party had ascended it 200 strong and willing bauds wheeled it to a vacant where the nominee addressed a large crowd of demonstrative Ho spoke for a quarter of an hour and his utterances were cheered and plauded There was a stop of five minutes at Petersburg aud one of 15 minutes at The train arrived at Peoria shortly after K o'clock last MUCH GOLD IN GEORGE ibly the launched at the load of and tho which in tho campaign of and Grovor Cleveland n 18K8. Morey was undoubtedly tho most ingenious piece of deviltry in About weeks ihe election of 1SSO thorn published in flew York city in newspaper called New York a letter to have written by the LOUD been unfortunately since tho re- jection of the by tho Bo- publican majority in tho and by tho president's message to which you allowances must be made for the situation as regards the presidential i This letter of the British minister was not only a roorback for who was president of the United States as well as candidate for but proved to be a boomerang for The president regarded the reply to us an ranted interference in the politics of this country by giving political ad vine to ican citizens and notified the British of his No action being taken by that government for his tho president on Oct. 30 notified him that his presence as tho representative of tho British government was no longer able to this and his passports wore delivered to wiis probably the most disastrous roorback ever was tho which contributed so largely to tho of James G. Blaino in of 18S4. On tho afternoon of 29, 1884, on the very verge nf election a mass ing of ministers was hold in tho Fifth A nuo This meeting was in to the and was attended by more clergymen of all After Mr. Blaino had boon presented Samuel IX who had been selected as man for tho made a short ad- dress in the course of which he are and we don't propose to identify ourselves with tho party whoso antecedents have and This alliterative phrase was taken tip by the Democrats with a hue and cry that resounded from ono end oi the country to tho other and was written and printed and told in all the languages used in the United States and with tolling and fatal effect upon Republican The present campaign is ono of large sues and tremendous and as n consequence many hot words have been and calumnies of unusual ness have been blown about by the winds of but tho of sensations is not so in these later People have gradually learned what arc They laugh at and vote without reference to i By way nf unction for our tional it should bo hero sot down that tho is not distinctively American Within the mem ory of the writer tho who made his felt in as Ims lieen betook himself to England the and poisoned the South Pule Ice. According to Dr. James tho ice sheet at the south pole is at this ago several miles in its upper surface being above the line of perpetual and therefore not capable of melting away during the warm eras succeeding glacial when such an mass of ice is again about tho as some believe may be the case in the ess of the consistent supposition is that as soon as it begins to yield once more to tho influences of a milder as its counterpart did long ages the same process of flooding groat areas of the earth will be and tho samo re- markable evidences of the presence of seas and oceans thut no longer will be left The theory entertained by Alfred R. Wallace is much to the that as a past glacial age was melting into the tertiary period tho seas in the northern hemisphere covered a much larger area than now and extended across central and parts of western and the Arctic ocean was likewise en- It Is well by geological evidences not admitting of any that the lowlands of were sub- and that the Caspian and neighboring seas were simply a part of the vast Atlantic instead of being locked as they are New 5fork Sun. Astonished the George who travels through Asia and Africa gathering together tigers aud lions for tho and members of tribes for of while in tho interior of found a Sudanese a fect black whom he was mined to got at any At first tho warrior refused but when Starr told him ho might demand whatever sum ho ho after long consultation with his ho told through an that he would but must havo my wife's expenses paid while I am said I must have all my mother's ex- penses I must have money for my How much do yon ton months is a long know it. Name your own At this tho with a cunning gleam in his as if ho were ing a king's n sum which in our money amounted to a little less than he nearly dropped said I told him he could have Francisco the Governor to the Secretary of ihe Oct. governor of iu his annual report to the secretary of the is great encouragement in the outlook for the Alaskan gold the year ending the first of this month in gold bullion has been taken from the the greater part being the product of low grade much of which yielded less than per Almost any grade of gold ores now cuu be worked at a profit Confluence in Alaska as a producing country increases with the development of her WHAT A I suffered with terrible pains in my left ovary aud My back ached all the I had kidney trouble tors prescribed for and I followed their but found no relief until I took E. Pinkham's Vegetable what a relief it net to have that tired ing day after ia the morning as much as at night after a hard day's aud to be free from all pains caused by Ovarian and Womb I cannot express my I and pray that other women will realize the truth aud importance of my and accept the relief that is sure to attend the UM of the JAMES 2501 N. Minn. MISS BUCKINGHAM'S III FOR GIRLS WILL OPEN ON SEPT. 21st, Jacob Miller W. St. Academic and College Preparatory For and apply to HISS E. J.
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