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Decatur Weekly Herald Despatch Newspaper Archive: October 27, 1894 - Page 1

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   Weekly Herald-Despatch, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1894, Decatur, Illinois                            uuthweat addition lo Morn- ison nrt'-r of ivv, >t. -i. II lifrv. Sutherland, of the Christian church, is holding Bones ot meetings hermn the town Iinlf. Howiij Btw'ion KC.PK now consists of four men, tlurtt-Kn less than IB al- lowed. II Beemu that the wages pfticl ii p'ior t'i the laboring iiinn. 'Ihe DecuUir, Stuumtjton ond MI unil section m-ui ore helping lii .iillast tho truck down on MOB- i'l ii nr.'l A ite traneooted i) in U'uitt, it Tut'f'liiy. i held their tiret rally i 'i. i in town hall last iu> t ..iiu it 'l'i 1 ml was rilled i, i i i  n v iiitud her ai'i- ucy, of laat Mrc. Will .-itradly, Htm Mi.rklf nnd ill tuck with tyiihoid nwiUir, vi'.itfil L-m nnd family K i II. Hmilh. iliml (X-HI wtHik'-i il; i! yublii; of Utnnii nl II ,f forly-Svtt huftil   t tWHIity ptTS'JllH. rough uhinr cat and M.   Hiiujtle ia not Mum tor, A rw an ciulwil pliicewhore they uoll i nil ulollut and wxll paper at 1 of l.iw print i, Wivtoh mo turn in Carput nnd Wall 011 the ground (lour of the high- eat lnuliiinu in tho city, Xnown as the nww Arum's Stwlt Month nt Mt. Mitchell, aged SO yews, died nt his home in Mt, on WoJnesdny H Mitchell was the- niuliilir. nKPiit at, Mt. X..on nnd wns no- t.vply vngaged at bin duties up toTuea- diiy nttvrnuon 'I o'clock. He had sulTerpt'i witli for n long time nnd w us hcUl by will power, nbao- lutoly refuuiiit; to nay that he was eiuk nud KU to bo'J, Thu remnine will be takpu to Chrisi'ian this forenoon and Ihe b'lnnl will bo la thai village this nfter- uMAM Household Dyes nt uthority of Congress. U. S. Gov't Baking Powder Tests. report of '.he of I'.nkinp Towclcrs, made I'. S. (iovcrnniciit (Chemical Division, Ag'l -hows the Rny.il stipcrinr to all other powders, t thcstrcngthofcach tiicr cream of tartar powders tested ns follows: Pure, OTHHR POWDBRS i> arc reported to con- jtli lime nnd sulphuric ami to of the follow respectively, l.liAVENI.NU OAS. Perceut. Cubloln, 13.06 160.6 13.58 II. IJ 10.36 0.53 0.30 8.03 J.38 151.1 133.3 111.6 96.5 87-4 inaile in the Gov't Laboratory, by impartial I'iicx'd official furnish the highest tho K.OV.U j, tin; best baking powder. M. CAKINQ POWOED CO., 106 WAIL OT., NEW-YORK. VOL XVII.-NO. 12 DECATUR, ILL, GEN, BLACK'S SPEECH, HE AHDRESSES THE DEMOCRATS. Vrl 'Ui >l Mm "111 lo Holp il, BUI Hit, rnll} held WVdni'BxIuy by the dera- il n.'t wm ['nB' Headed by .1 'ti baud, u'.i'iut one hundrdd -H-nricd rlio to the tabflr- ,11, t', u wus held. Tha bin! lirt; .viiuu'iiLiiat full nod thenudienoB win) nt nny previousdjmoorat- 10 iiii'utirx. l'i o onairuinu, Attorney 0. f-w introductory re- Ht'cinl1 Lliu timtt politi- ticitl "ro ll in- it t o'-jnn'r) j'iBt cHanged itu fi.in i, M n ,.ou rtiliUiunB to (orwinn A tfr.'Ut iinaceful revo- lutiuu WHS iiouompliatieil on August 27 IBDI, the tioiintry cenped lo have a jiro'.i'utivB wrill nt.d beaded itaolt to a fret-r, unniBtrained, uoeinburraued trade with othHr countries of the world. We stinukl honor the men who have helped to brtiiK nbout this change, and I am jjliul BU many are here to-night to honor thf W'JO '8 sdUresa you, Ite hits boon coosniuioua on ttih battle Held as on others, lie oniHunntls our approval and won our tvlTeotioi 8 When a boy he took hw ohanoes ot life nnd death in the war. There in him who I will mtro- dueu to you that which en- dears Lini to us. I introduce to you OK.N, JOflM C. BLACK. During timn Gan. Black wns apt'iiUiun iho undivided atten- tion ot the nudiunuo. Ha was frequent- ly interrup'e.l by applause. He spoke in no (elloA citrons I am getting n lit- tle too to blush with pleasure or I ihould before you very much eaibiirniBwed after been BO highly cf.tnp.iciiHUtyd by ohairuinn I'hnvo urtitu tueliiiK (or Hie people of Maoon county nud I have reoelved rich reward fur my feeliriK. It has been many years I appeared to you Ihe liibt time as tjur buuuiB-s haa been m diiferent apt'Ofcu. My tune has been thor- oughly euice I cams hiico m ruhtiK up and down your benulilul strnBtB nnd I luivo noticed your line buildings nnd other improve- tut'iilB. It I had come here to make n litnua" ipeeoh t would have had to it away nnd {irepured another, liul democrats nru i.ot making hnrd timu.-i Bpneuhea thia year; that is nil be- done by the republicans, When the republican orator comes und miiltuu uuch aspeeoh thiuk that he must hiuiBolf up in the car nnd not permit hiiiiai'lt to Bee whtii proepetous plane thii iti. Vou hnve beau hearing ubout twu sjBtBtiis of govorument ond two sys- tems ot taxation. There is no question of inure rbing intereit than that of the Kovernmeiit ut the country nnd the lev) ing and expending ot our finances. The American people the greatest people the sun shinea upon or ever abi.'iu up 11 in hit) jourueya. otpr ml purpoue of the demo- cratic puny 'ti to have penue on the face of HIM Klob'w fraternity with nil of theuountti IL'the world. The repub- licans maintained, nciuutom to-dny nnd pio HIHB to inaintmn that policy proteuhion. The demo- orats now nud propoie nlways to mninlnin thut ttit-u1 policy is tax- ntiois fur ruveaua only. L'here have been many men who were repub- HCBIIB nnd could nncuo many who turned their back on protection as nn unjust taxation. No lose pnper thnn the Chi- cago Tribune hao, m olT years, pro- claimed the doctrine ot protection us wrong nnd leading to disaster nnd de- coy. The republicans mime to ft culmi- nation in MoKmley bill. At thici point I want to Bay that there ifl n child wandering around and crying fur us fatlier. Tom Kei-d, I3aii lliu-rison und Shelby M. Cul- lom all Biy th-U it isn't their child. In the irBiiii'nii-) its father is seeking the shade uf Lnuisinnn. ,1'tie governor soys that Una is mdetd tha excellence of American l.-giBlntion. The demoarats 
                            

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