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   Fort Wayne Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               TORT WAYNE MQI JOURNAL; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898. 1 Ringing Speech to Fort Wayne Democrats. AUIMKNC'K TENS TO T11JB I'Uit SOMK SOUND TALK OJJ TUK QUiCSTlON Of FlNANC'li; UKS- 1'KCTB TO T11K HANKKltS' KILL AND UNCOV- ERED THE MONOltS AND US Of THIS WAU. when h6 was nominated   In Wall street. Tula tieulnrutiou, Ihut iy suing to be I'urrM tutu etfevi ir ttiv {nivu u mujttrttj' til Is the real ulmfonn of the teiMitilfciui tiUt ttit-y ddli; lint Uike U Urft.rt tile OVcratrcct lirtaciileil tlic indluiiuhtitfe) ulatforui tit w.iUficari. Mi1. Owrmrtttt liia i-aniiuiiaii In lurtiaiuiliulUi luat niglit, mill he (IM imt once refer it; he did not IIUVB the to refer tu hu ..Wii Mil, Tliia "t.ltl to niukc tile Imiitid itt the thiiltal titblcd loyuMu in gold only. TlUa will, al uije atroko of the lien, twu huiulreit iiilllit.ntt of (Mia fa ini.t i tit; iM.L-kfcls the txliid iK.l.icrH. Then, to Ihla IndiunaiMtllti ilculurullun, ailvm- dnHurd uru to lie vtitiied tit tlm Thu ImuIiH mudt bauo ull the iiajtcr rurrunuy, tixh'ur tu uu which will uaad nut Urn yfivariinient. '1'heii. (or fur Homo neuulu wouhl oliiitJ tit thu tiruen- tmcltu, they iinifHide Ihut ufler {an yuiti-d liu crccillmek tthull aei-eitLcil Uti IcKlil ttlltiel'. Tlluy liniimac, ill tilt in smr- THANKFUL TO MS. HNKHAM. Earnest Words From Women Who Have Been Rellored of Lnkham "Warna Against Neglect. Hie ii-ltilurciil The lloti. Samuel M. Itulatnn, of Leb- anon, democratic candidate for secre- tary of stale, uddresaetl a, deinocruUc meetliiif at the city hall last evening. Mr.' Ilalaton arrived In I he afternoon, and was vbited at hia hotel by many of the leading demoeruta of the city, lie was escorted to the hail in the evening by a bund. The hall was comfortably' filled, despite the threatening weather. Mr. ilulstan wad loudly cheered as he entered the hall, and ugaln when he arose to speak, lie was Introduced by the Hon. U. C. Itell, who referred to him as "the next secretary of dtate of. Indiana." After a few tiupny remarks of an in- troductory fnature, Mr, Ralston took up the national Isaues, and for an hour and a half held his audience attentive (to his every word. He said In part: The result of the election of two years ayo was not satisfactory to the great army of more than six million Incorruptible citizens, who followed and fought under the ban- ner of the peerless William Jen- nings Bryan. And speaking Tor my- self, and for every man here, I say that our convictions on the great principles for which we fought then are Just as strong to-day as ever.'. Nothing has occurred to convince us that we were wrong. The democrat- ic, party will probably again this yearj labor under the charge of be- inff'unfriendly to capital. The charge" is false. "We are not hostile to capital, nor unfriendly to corpor- ations. We would not, if we could, do'away with the corporations, for "recognize them as the outgrowth of the world's energy and industry. But we" are opposed to having the corporations and combines of capi- tal guide the pen of our chief, .mag- determining the legis- lative policies. of the government. ihe'riian'bf r' vest, apply your best energy-and shrewdest skill, use .your best endeavors to add thou- sands to your thousands. But you muse-hot .seek to force the people- corporation can be suffered to become greater that its creator.- No corporation must exercise powers without authorization by arid res- pect for the government, and the government In this free land is the people. .This is our position, and we shall enter the contest anew on the lines democratic policy of equal rights to all; and the method.' by which we.shall seek to secure equal'rights for'every man. is by the'free and unlimited coinage of gold 'and-silver at the ration of 16 to 1, supplemented with, a paper cur- rehcy, redeemable in coin, in quanti- ties sufficient to supply the demand. But, they tell us that" would de- base and cheapen our currency. Now. thare is a difference between cheap, money and unsound, money. "We don't want an unsound dollar, nor .are we advocating one, but .we prefer a dollar that seeks its habita- tion among the people rather, than, the dollar that seeks a hiding place behind barred doors, tfhere a thing as a dollar that la too 'dear. But where do the republicans stand? They say, of course, that they-are for sound money. J3veryoQ.e is -for sound money, so their declaration is merely a -jingle of high sounding words, without They do not declare for their principles Irankly, as the democrats do. Their answers are evasive. They don't- know where they are at Go ask, as .an-experiment, two republicans they mean by sound money, and you Trill not find any two "an- swers alike. Their orators are eva- sive. giving out grandiloquent phrases, that, sifted, down, have no meaning. Mr. Italston here took up the declar- ation of the Indianapolis "gold standard convention.. That, be said, was the real republican platform." but not a single republican orator had the courage vto proclaim bis faith In that instrument- He continued: Tel, if the republicans elect the next congress, they will carry out the provisions of this declaration. Kot a laborer, not a farmer helped to compose that document. Not a man-who has contributed to tbe general weallh oC the country was present at that convention or had ,-do with framing this in- strument. "William. McKlnlcy. In J5TS. twas just as slronp a blmctalllst as you or I. As late.as 1S33 he spoke for bimetal- lism, and Stacked th c democraUc party, for seeking, as he said, to maKc pold the-master and silver the slave. Tct'thc republicans nominated him. on a pold platform. Is It not rcmark- aWe that.a gold convention shouM nominate a man with such a bimetal- list's Ah. It was .because they knew thst TUr. McKlnlcy was like the wctilhorcock un the farmer's barn: he woiilJ shift with Fllcht pressure. s Ymi bow "Win. McKintey refused to express himself on. financial ques- tions witil after Oic St. Louis con- vention had hM down his principles for him. a word could the news- paper boys ect him. to utter. But jifcr tninicy ut the government, lt  buy t lie KuVurninL-nt's gold notes with money. Not all Bfilrt dtamlard advocates am In favor of this bunkers' bill. Senator linn ton pointed om ltd dujik'tra In a tone at warning. .He suid the govern- ment should nut delegate a ao lilgli and reaitonalble to any company, because the company would control every function of KOveniniL-nt, In nuwe or In war. The iwople, hu (iecliired. would never he sufu. The bunks are all right, hut their rights tire not su- perior or paramount tn the rights of the people. Wfe should not hesitate to follow the men whn have atood far the people, as against their ojijires-atira. Andrew Jackson took a stand against tfranting any bank the right to issue currency. Thomas Jef- ferson regretted the omission of a clause in the constitution against mon- opolies, and prophesied the dangers that would result from combinations of capital, the dangers from which, he aald, were more to be feared than ans" external foes. He declared, In ad- vance ot Jackson, that theyunlt. of value should be baaed on both" metals. Now, then, when 1 find Jefferson, and Jackson and Lincoln and Bryan ,.on One side, and Wall street oil the 6th- er, I shall not hesitate which rdjifl' to' take, r will stand with Jeffersoniand; "Washington in preference toSatand- Ing with Lombard street, of London. The democratic party, Mr. Ralston de- had always stood, in matters affecting taxation, on the right side. When the broke out the democrats In con- gress ursed the coinage of the silver seignorage. The republicans voted lib.-but finally agreed to coin one.milllon'doUars a-month, to pay'the. soldiers, in-what they had before claimed .would be fifty-cent dollars. Then, the democrats favored the issue of non-interest1 bearing greenbacks, the same kind 'that the boys In blue re- ceived durlns the civil they irfere voted down. Then .they ur'setl .the Imposition of a five per cent, ducts ot corporations, and next a on transportation companies, and every o'sition the republicans voted down.5-Then the republicans proposed to" Issue ROO.OOJ.- 000 of. interest bearing bonds. Ralston said he was in IndioaairaljB when Senator Fairbanks tclegfaplieaUto a banker there that in bond- would he Issued, In order to give th< banker a "tip" on a chance, to get In.or. the ground floor.' The'banher Immediately telegraphed to.all his customers, Inform- ing-them of his "cinch." and asking for their orders. But the' democrats forced the.republlcans.-to the issue down to and that amount Teas Is- sued." The democrats argued that the is- was altogether in the interest of the have Mas. PIKKHAM tave been thankful a thousand times, since I wrote you, for what your Vegetable Compound hus done for inc. I followed your ad- vice carefully, aud now 1 feel like "a. dltfereut person. My troubles were back- ache, headache, nervous tired feeling, paiufulineiiitruatiouaiidi 1 took four bottles of Vi Compound, one box of Liver aud Hied package of Stuifttive Wash, amltuu uuw'welL I thauk you again for the good you have done for K. U u ESN EH, East Ohio. Ureatuuiubersof such letters ut the above constantly being re- ceived by Mrs. 1'inkhaui from men who owe their htttltliitiidhap- p'meas to her advice tuid luettitiiue. Hiikliaiu'tt aildreSi In Lynn, Muss, ller advice ia of- fered frea to all suffering- women whparcituzxtediiboutthtimsblvcs. If you have backache don1 lectitortryheroicallyto "workit you muht reach the root of the trouble, ttnd nothing will do thin HO safely aud surely as Lydia E. 1'in Id nut's Vegetable Com- pound. liuekaclittiBkccompanied OK Tiili fltOPOSmON TO LOW Kit 01'' TO Ml-JMitKil- C'HOOSINU OWigtdltS ttOU'i'iNK UUatNKtJri. INWANAi'OLlS. Oct. hun dred niKti, wettrtng little t-cil hu'uuu with tlit head un an Iiiillan warrior 011 llieni, art in ihe city, aiitl of tliuse to the ttitr- licth aeaaion of the Cnuiuiil, tni- liroved Order of ftet) Men, vvhl.-li kin, died ita cduucil rlre at Odd KelUwd' hall thia morning ut II u'cliick. Nt-arly ttu entire inurnliit; was taken uj. In rfeading the tejim-td und 1111 thd talk'" Urfeat Hatiheni it. Cumiiljell, uj Andtiaon, Miteuka in Klowing terms 01 thb Ilimiuiiul cundltUin tit the urtlcr, tht ecriiidiny in expenditures and the mniix bualneaa judtftuent In nuinutJcmtiit. lit hua iaaued dldpbiUatlDiid foi new tribes, and rendered u ureat tmiit uC deciHlotiH on I'olnid thu Were referred to him. In Uie yta by a lot of other uuhea and wearying'sensations, hut they nearly always come eighty-live membei-a of thu utder lmv  In the past yuur inentbera wer adopted, J.liiJS suspended, 337 withdraw and lil expelled. YEAR'S TRIBAL FINANCES. The tribal flnancea for the year nmk lie following showing: UECEIPT3. Amount In wampum- belts per report .......................j M.SSO Amount received by tribes dur- ing great aun ...................113.6S7 RENDER OP LORD CORNWAL- Ong-'.'Columbla the Gem of the Ocean." Tribute to Lafayette Mabel Ilondot s I'ay We Celebrate WILL BE CELEBRATED IN THE SCHOOLS OF THE CITY, AN3> GLOWING TRIBUTES PAID TO THE MEMORY OP THE FRENCH PATRIOT WHO FATHERED THE; AMERICAN CAUSE. C. Kukuk and J. ilulone Star Spangled Banner." Vive Lafayette...................... ...............Miss Amelia Nussbaum Holy. God, We Traiae Thy Seniors all the other Catholic schools ay will be observed In a similar way receded by the religious services hi the churches. bpcd holders, and. developments proved It, for it was absolutely un every cent ot the i s idle in the 5ton.-8ald the popular feature of the oan was for tbe purpose propagating aond sentiment, and in the end served to Rive the bankers and Wall street opera- tors -the bonds withi on them. .IT. he. ahniversary, ot the-, surrender? of Lord or, "Tjafayette .day1' aa it Is known, this year, will'be ob- served In all of the, public schools and Catholic parochial schools of the city to-day, and glowing tributes and hom- age paid to- the memory of the French patriot, .-who fathered the American cause during- the war of the revolution. Pursuant to the instructions receivec from Superintendent J. N.' Study, the principals of the various schools TV! devote the, afternoon-to special'exer- cises, which will consist- of. the rendi- tion of. patriotic songs, recitations, and reminders of the life of the immorta Lafayette. No set program has .been prepared for tbe occasion, the proper observance' or the day being leit-en tirely In the hands of 'the principals and teachers oC the-various schools Principal G. F. Lane was on hand earl: with a portion of the money to be sub scribed to -the monument fund by th pupils of. the High school, as he tiirnec ney Is-now over to Superintendent Study J14.02 yes .erday afternoon. A collection will b aken in all the schools this afternoon the subscribtibns being lim.ited to cents per capita. This course wa t paying a premium, deemed advisable by the board of trus tees, to nip In the bud any spirit b rivalry that might-be displayed on th part of those pupils who were able t contribute larger amounts than some the poorer children. GERMAN PUPILS. .The.aaywill.be celebrated at'tb west German, school, which. thoug formerly in connection with the Helde berg Reformed church is now a publ school for German children." Here the erclses will consist of the Hinging of'na- tlonal and patriotic, songs and hymns. and patriotic recitations. The major part of the program will be given in English. A collection of pennies will he taken here in, accordance with- the governor's proclamation and the recom- mendation of the superintendent of public Instruction. The teachers. Mr. Schwarz arid Hiss Schaaf. will conduct ,he exercises of the two rooms separ- .tely. LTjTHERAN SCHOOLS. The parochial schools of the Lutheran churches will not celebrate the day. and in fact, some of the teachers said to the Journal yesterday, that the matter had not come to their notice, nor had it been mentioned In- their meetings. One of the teachers who attended the conference of L-utheran teachers at too much honor In the demo- of this war question to let it Turning to state Issues, .Mr. Ralston said th.it. at the beginning pf the cam- fKilgn. Chairman Hemly, ot the-repub- lican state committee, had Instructed the district chairmen'to "let the gold stan- dard, the tariff, and national honor alone, and talk war and McKinley like the devil.' The republicans were to be silent on the noney question, although the democrats were thundering It at the "doors. Since then Mr. Hcrnly sot acquainted with'the tttuaiion, and changed his instructions He even, with a big flourish, declared he would "force the democrats to talk fi- .nance" when the democrats had Tjecn tryirtp to force the .republicans to do It for two years. while we are talk- ing linance. wctara not going- war continued Mr. Halston. There Is crntlc side rest." The disgrace, the obloquy ot It all, belongs to the re-publicans. The demo- crats demanded war in the interest of humanity. The republicans turned a dear car until thoroughly convinced that they ould lose the fall elections unless Cuba ere made free. Then they talked war. too. So the democrats demanded ivar for humanlty's.sake; the republicans went to war in order to carry the election, Mr. Ralston then devoted some time to a re- capitulation or the .war. The democratic party, he said, sent forth all the heroes of the war. The men who achieved im- mortal fame, he said, were democrats, the men who are cursed by be- reaved parents-and widows for neglect, are the republican managers ot this war. They may talk, he said, about the Christianity of the administration. but there is no excuse why American sol- diers. the bravest ot the brax'c. should have starved to death on.American soil: no reason why sick soldiers should have been lefUto -rot. -within a stone's throw of Washington. The giving over of the lives of. of the nation's bravcsl youth to "chc care of a dog doctor, he said, was tho monumental disgrace of- Ameri- can history. President McKinley could not have been Ignorant of HuWenkopcr's real standing, he for only a short time previous to his appointment he hod called him- In to prescribe for Mrs. Mc- Kinicy'p pet dog. let. McKinley appotnt-   1 got hurt by be- g thrown from u wagon which Injured y tiiiine, nmkiiii; it wtalt. Thcit two ,nt UKM t hud the grip, whluh bellied my that being the weaiitat aee. This ijave riae to a very uevere ud trouble of the aniiiRi cord. "1 doetuivd with eminent iihyaiuianti r two yem-a. uttlutf for Uml pur- a purl (if the lime. 1 tided uinuiii? liter tiling, butter led. und hud my uck more tiiaii thirty Umea, il blistered umiiy Unifcs. and all wllh- ut the Ifciuit utiod. The sfciiaation wua Kt- needles sticking Into my buck und oiiiueh, unit ufter ihuae tdnells jtuarfetl iy tleah would be so aore thiit 1 could ot ait on a chair unless It waa up- treil. 1 did not sleep well many ta. not going to sleep until Z o'clock 1 could not lie 
                            

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