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   Adams County Free Press (Newspaper) - September 27, 1900, Corning, Iowa                                AJIHortie Print Corning Adams CountyIowa Thursday September 27 1900 Vol XXX No 39 A FINE nEETINQ Senator Dolllver nukes a Great Speech to a Large Aiiillence in This City Senator Dolliver hada splendid meet kig at the court house in this afternoon It had been the itehtiori to hold the meeting in the park and stand and seats were ar rittiged for this purposebutSenator requested an in door meeting to view of the fact that it was almost Mripbssible for him to make two out doorspeeches thesame day The court Ifouse was too small to accommodate and this was the only regret table feature of a splendid meeting Trie speaker was metat thestation by alarge crowd including a number of the older republicans carrying a banner We Voted f orLincoln W Mercers fine team conveyed Senator Doiiiver to the hotel and as Hour later the procession formed to rriarcri to the court bouse It was in charge of Dr Hillweg and the Carbon and Brooks bands furnished the inusic Ose largebanner attracted consider able attention Jibwas the Tammany v tiger wjth his tail frozen in a large cake of ice behind which Ctoker was con cealed Bryan was astride the tiger and seemed to be enjoying the close re lationship with the unclean beast inscribed The Cata rnount Issue Wljile underneath were the words Twas a cold day for Bryan when he went in cahoots with Crokef Otherbanners read1 Standby the boys at the front and Have youlieard of wheat this year J n C Grouse of Prescott had been selected to preside over the meet ingandafterTausic by the bands he in troduced the speaker very briefly The latterspoke morethan two hours and there was not a minute of the time when hedid not hold the close atten t ion of the audience It was in sym pathy with him from the start arid no man knows better how to maintainah advantage pt this kind And it was a speech which democrats enjoyed in spite i ofthe manner in which their partys record andprinciples were dis sectedandUcriticized The senator declared that the issues whichthV democratic party had huretb fore raadepreroinent are no longer de tyatable free trade issue won a victory for the democrats in 1892sbut the result of the trial of that system was that it was left without friends In another paramount issue was started and cleverly presented tothe people in theway of business troubles but the good sense of the American people enabled them to see through Mr Bryans sophistries and to make a cor srect analysis of his claims They stood up for national honor and spurned the promise of private gain through naiidnal repudiationHe then took up Mr Referring to Vwhtinuea tBat priceswoiild still further decHne Senator DoHiver said that If the patriarch Noah had prophesied a drouth instead of a deluge and pdvo irrigation instead of ark his friends and rela have Jess reason to com plain of him tHan Mr Bryans followers liow have to complain of him Prices of prpdncts flhd labor have increased Wages have gpneup ancKnot down The tenure of employment more certain and industrial prosperity is at its best Instead ef the grasping grinding oppression ofthe money power we Have lowxer rates of interest and moire money to loan than ever The democratic campaign of four years ago was in the nature of a promise They claimed we were hard tip and proved it The difference of orjiniouon that subject between Bryan and ilcKinley was at what hole hard limes came in and at which it should go out Bryan said corn was cheap be cause dollars were high therefore to make corn higher cut the value of the dollar in two McKinleys plan was quite different His idea was to open the shops and factories and thus in crease the demand for breadstuffs and meat Bryan said there wasnt enough money in circulation foui years ago and we admit he was right Conditions were such that men could neither get into debtnor get out When people got hold of money instead of deposit ing it in the bank as had been their custom they took it home and hid it i about the house or buried it There was 3 discussion going on about money arid a proposition to reduce its value so people who had money prepared to hoid onto what they had until they saw what was going to bo done The result was that banks could not loan mouey because they had none fo loan i andthey had to call in loans to pay de posits Events proved the correctness of Mr McKinleys plan When the debate was concluded inNovember and the business world found there was to b6 110 change the money came out of hiding at once ready to be loaned to whoever had security If the taints of the United States were run night and day to their full capacity they could turn out fifty millions of silver dollars a year Sinue McKinley was inaugur ated more than Bye hundred millions of dollars have been added to our circu lation and that without theaid or con sent of any other nation an amount which insilver would require the ser vice the mints of the United Statesmen years to coin Bryaneaid under the gold standard the tendency of prices ia downward while the fact is prices havegone up Bryan said that under the goldstarid ard wages would go down to the point of bare subsistence but Carrol Wright the most eminent statistican iu the country says that since 1806 wages have gone upuntilnow they are greai er thaui at any othiT time in thehis tbry of the world the gold standard would put the money into the hands of the money kings of anil Wall streets Butthis like all his other gloorqy prophesies has not come Mr Ijolliver purchased the old homestead of Gov Carpenter on which was a mortgage i for bearing 8 per cent interest held by the Xbrthwestern Mutual Life Insurance company iAfter McKinleys election heoffered the insurance company its choice of renewing the mortgage at 5 per cent or acceptingtheybalariee in cash By return mail the company ac cepted the former alternative making asaving to Mr Dolliver of 3 per cent in interest and proving that the elec tion of McKinley had been a direct benefit to him SenatorDolliver then took up what he called the of the campaign The firstwas the charge thatwe were to be ruined by a largestanding army His tribute to the army which has ever been worthy the respect of our people was received with enthusiasm and there was not a man in the audience but knew in his heart that militarism was a fake issue He spoke of Gen Law ton arid the letter he wrote only a few days before a Filipino bullet Jaid him low in which lie declared that if he iwere shot by a Filipino bullet it might almost as well come from one of his own men since hostilities were pro longed by the encouragement which ceitaip people in gave the soldjersrictthe audience who kriewipersonallywhata terrible thing thefire in the rear is were particularly impressed with this portion of the speech The second noise was about the atti tude of this government in the South African war had offered medita tion which was all that we could do arid more than any other country had done evenvthe mother country Hollind refusing todo so much for the South African republicis The hypocrisy of the democratic Boer sympathy was shownin the history of the Sl800 which was raised for the relief of the Boer widows But Pat OFarrel re ported that of this money went for wine although the Boers clid not drink 8104 for carriges and the Boers walked 85U8 for hotel bills while the Arlington boarded them free as an ad vertisement and so on OFarrel re ported that he had 814 left for Boer widows and they will probably not get a cent of that The third noise was about the trusts It was shown that the only antitrust law now on the statute books were placed there by the republicans Bry ants on record as having favored a con stitutional amendment if it be found that congress has not the power to set tle the trust question and supreme court decisions have shown that it has riot Yet when it was i proposed to amend the constitution so as to give congress power to destroy the trusts the democrats raisedthe old cry of states rights arid voted almost solidly against the bill while every republican except one voted for it This is the democratic record on the trust question The imperialism noise was shown up In the course of his remarks on this subject Senator Dolliver paid a glovaeg tribute to Col Hepburn ihrough whose effort tho construction of the Nicara gua canal has been assured and the tribute was received with enthusiasm The speaker thought that an individual whose life was too smooth and easy never amounted to much It took trials and responsibilities to develop character The same is true of nations and providence seemed to have decreed that this country should tastist in spreading human liberty The pos session of the Philippines brought re sponsibilities and troubles but the American people were not accustomed to shrink from either PRESCOTT REPUBLICANS REPUBLICAN MEETINGS An Enthusiastic Club Organized at Prescott Saturday Evening There was a good attendance at the Prescott opera house in spite of the bad weather andan enthus iastic republican club was organized Two loadsof Corning republicans were present the delegation consisting of G D Mercerl Pierce Metz A M Beymer M E L M Stan ley A li Wells P S Jnnkin Clifford Okey and D W Turner All these gentlemen were called upon for speeches and some of them responded The speeches were short but some good points were made and more than ordi nary interest was shown1 in them Messrs Metz and Mercer sang a cam paigrisonR andhad to respond to an encore The club was organized by the election of these oflicers J 11 Corn stockpresident Harry Stahl and S Yeadorivice presidents S E Faekler secretary H Crammer treasurer EG Clow S G Ervin EE Davis Stahl and Dr Messenger exec utive committee FOOT BALL PROSPECTS The School House Campaign will Begyn in This County Next Week The republicans of Adams county will start their school house campaign next week It is the intention to hold one or more meetings in every town ship in the county Most of Che speak ingwill devolve upon local republicans and it is the intention to have three or four present at each meeting to divide time Campaign songs will also be siing and T B Turner has been per suaded to make somebf his chalk talks cau furnish rare entertain ment cvith these talks and this is ex pected to be one of the most interesting and instructive features of the meet ings Among the speakers who will attend these meetings are O Mitch ell Pierce Metz A K Wells F M Davis Clifford Okey DW Turner M E Wilmarth The following meetings have already been decided upon v Ixodaivay Tuesday evening October 2 Grant township Center school house Wednesday evening October 3 Iveyville Thursday evening October rCarl township Poison school house No li Friday eveniugiOctober 5 llrooks Saturday evening October f In addition there is the meeting at Prescott to be addressedby Congress man Thomas At the Grant township meeting a re publican club is to be organized arid also at the Kodaway and Brooks meet ings Representative Blakemore of Taylor county will probably speak at Nodaway It he cannot be secured efforts will be made to secure some other first class speaker It is the intention to have several German meetings Announcements as to these will be made later CO K REUNION There Will Be Three Teams In Corning and Some Quod Games May be Expected i Corning people will probably hive opportunity toswitriess some good foot ball this season and this prospect will please the rbany who love to watch the game Three different elevens are in process of formation arid it is hoped that later iu the season thebest material in be combined for a two The high school team has the best start having been organized as soon as school began It has been practising every evening at the fair grounds and the players are entering upon the work of preparation with enthusiasm One game Has already been arranged for and negotiations in progress for another ihe first will be played at the fair grounds in this city Friday1 afternoon October a and the otherwill probably bewith Red com posed or Arthur Maririgcaptam Carl Sriupe Harry Brown x Harvey Davis Lloyd ThorhaR Ernest Conaway Er nest Lyons Harlau Len Lawrence Oscar Buddin Albert Me Auley and Ed Stanley The members of Company 1C inter ested in foot ball have for practice several evenings There is some good material in the company and if the boys keep up the enthusiasm they now show a strong team will result A practice game was played last evening with the high school team Thelineup has not yet been decided upon but those who have been out for practice are J S McAuley Howard Karns D W Turner Frank Pearis Otis Newcomb Osbar Hoxie Frank Jackson Ralph Arthur McAuley and Claude Stanley The third team is that from the Academy Not much has been done as yet toward getting the eleven or ganized although some practice has been had The Members of Co K Will Figlit Their Battles Over Again When the boys of Company K were irrthe Philippines they naturally talked deal of the time when they should be mustered out and return to private life Many warm ties had been formed duringtheir service and as they Icriew they would be widely separated tnis country they decided to have a reunion the year after their return hoine Prescott was decided uponas the place of holding the reunion and recently October 10 was selected as the date Whiie on the transport Penusyl vania Frank Brandt now secretary of the creamery at Prescott agreed to furnish the fatted calf and Dan Turner the pig for a barbecue They also agreed to drivo the animals through the stfeetspf Preaeqtt but some of the boys be ready in any ease however and trie1 boys are asked to bring theirwives and families or their sweethearts and make a day and a night of it There will be a campfire at night and poultry fanciers will do well tolock their chicken coop doors that night The boys will un doubtedly have a great time and we fel lows who have to stand on the outside will have to be good naituredly envious Republican Caucus The Republicans of Quinoy precinct will hold a caucus on Thursday Octo ber 4 at 4 p mfor the purpose of noru inating a township trustee D E SWAIJI To Exchange One Black mare for one or two year oldcoHs Call at Nickels Photo Stu dio 39it half jersey cow from my pasture in Corning dark head neck and ears body a dark red and a natural niuly Leave word at this ofiice 3J Just received a very nobby line of fall caps and they are very cheap 25c and up at Cartwrights Will sell cheap dark bay gelding standard bred good saddler and driver or want some farmer to rough him through the winter Inquire at oflico Darrow Investment Co 39lt i Cowfor Sale A good milch cow will be fresh first of March giving a gallon and a half of milk at each milking Enquire of me at my residence east of W C Chubbs 39lt B J MARTIN Wanted Partner to engage in show busines Address box 74 Crestori Iowa 39lt Anything you can ask for in the way of gloves and mittens from 5c cotton flannel to a dress kid at Cartwrights WJ E have felt the first suiff of old J3oreas Cool mornings and evenings will be the rale from now on iSfot quite cold enough for winter Jacket or Capes but just snappy enough to make you feel the need of one of our dainty Collarettes Being bur first season with this department we have nothing but the very newest creations give that dressy finished effect to the fall costume for which every well bred woman strives There isa of comfort in a well fitting Collarette which well repays the outlay Linings are an important feature Ours are well lined We are showing about thirty styles ranging iu price from SI50 to but for general excellence of style and durability lecommend garments from to i FISHERS New Fall Styles i In Hats Caps Gloves t ahd Mittens for Little Money at Cartwrights THE riETHODlST CHURCH A Record o Substantial Growth for Ilie Church in This City The conference year which closed last week for the Methodist church in this city was one of substantial growth for the organization There were ninetyrfive accessions to the church thirtytwo were given letters to other churches and two were removed by death leaving a membership at present of 395 In the year there were twenty three baptisms eighteen of adults and five of children The contributions for benevolence amounted to S771 The pastor Kev preached 100 sermons during the year has oflici ated at six weddings and conducted live funerals By the unanimous vote of the church the pastor was requested to remairuanother year and this week begins the work of his second year In this connection some of our read ers will be interested in the following appointments made by conference G W Pawcett Carl George Winterborn Prescott J G Bourne Carbon J E Coe Cromwell S Hooker was again chosen as presiding elder G W Palmer formerly of the Carl charge goes to St Charles J A Ross former ly of Prescott goes to College Springs Rev W O Allen pastor here until last year was again made presiding elder of the Atlantic district v Dr W WHarrington graduate of the American School of Osteopathy has located in Corning and will prac tice osteopathy He may be found at his ofiice the first house south of the Methodist church Telephone No 101 39 If you buy a farm before you see Frank E Jones you will be sorry for he has bargains you know not of ex NEW Tailor made Suits New Jackets New Capes New Fur Storm Collars and Scarfs New Shirts New Petticoats New Satin and Wool Waists By far the largest stock of ready made Wearing Apparel we have ever shown for Ladies Misses Girls and Babies Never were We better prepared for Fall and Winter business than now 10 yds each best quality fleeced Vicunas while they last at per pattern 200 Dress patterns   

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