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   Revealer, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1894, Bloomington, Wisconsin                               M OX BY IS A fOStEN. EVIDENCE FJXCBI} OF TilA.T OF "HIE NATION'S DEBT; DEBT TO THE HOLUEli OF THE MONEY THE REVEALER. Ti'i T obv Kits'.MJ.JN i is IHOST wuica is, USED 10 GOVERN LEAST AND is EMPLOYED TO SERVE MOST; XCEREFOKE, LET "THE GOVERNMENT" BE DEVELOPED INTO THE PEOPLE'S- SEuyrcEMBJJT VOL. I. 6 BLOOMINGTON WISCONSIN, TUESDAY SEPT 4, 1894. PEF, -YEAR. ABE IN THE FIELD, County Puts Up a Winning Ticket. PLACED The following bit of political talk- was caugtit by the ear of a BAD BOLD BriiGKLAiis. Light fingered Gentry make a at Cassviiie. C0UJSTY has a iarg-j tent c TICKET. 'j h0 Latter Day Saints who lisve bet a holding a series of Ticket. was caugtit uy the ear ot a IlEVKALiiii bet a holding a series of merliuKS at i reporter a short taie after thereptit-l The store .oi' Khudt faeiger ai} have gone to new fifclds iu A J.1U I 1 IO i r-HniTPutirir CaSilVllIe iuto Friday llight I of Mineral Point. I some jcwt-ky and tLrce. complete, Ua; Nodolf, a young man living a opuilstsatihe; J" uly vvul'w (1" wme.utiou suUs ol; tukta. They mado few weat of the village of Living- r'mi.iTu Kiisat- I iinu nuLiied bi liio manner iheir tnirauce bt ol the ___j__ i... cusli WHS lJt-1, Oil. ,v.iri uxiiul L a i'm-i; SM At thy i.iil.. u: j three comi'i .-AO.S o-. i Uliii'kL'd Ilia il'.t-- hiiyt! btt'H in.'ii-j. County Seat- allu by liio According to peoples parly !iu The'iYij ;r wiit-or Ki met iu county convention at.Lancaster, j underpinning ii-.j; pint August 23, placing in nomination a j ui lending itvai full 3ounty auu electing six. dele- j of the state, wiiu oua uic j gates to attend the ssioual con- I mittee to draw u; veiitlou the place ot! uaeetiiig oi' which j huutitii had been changed from Camp Douglass "'.i''.ie adoption i' iho piaU'una wi'.li- to Madison, .August ouL any 1'tirthei1 i ana corn- There hail betu a t pavijons than e tKiiieexed hi lujj stanling as tc the dato ot ;.he con-ceis brie, ol! n an tmui- was li-LlA i> k tion which ne ;essarily iuaub ilm unwi.-jfc Ii, rttuimij i iug t-aiaUer than would tue j ot ;i sjU-ry w, es-e a to A n j Fro-in JtiiU u> Ib'i u ji, Wat ;.i case had all ialiy ar- i v.'as ojoiut'Li u-all'. I laiigementa. iiowuvcr ti; court, rooii! Vvi..i. ii.nuv, in 1 was com forty bij tjih.-d ntl at .1 I ujs UHJIK -j u,   silver coinage lit uuiiiii iiuu uu ll Uloomlngton was elucted cliuimian of the meeting ;ind Dr. L'. L. lioliorit ol' Casaville was chosen sr.< W. 11. llult'-ud of 11 puo up mid HU til; 11 iiiaJd 1.0 boys were  rk of i it; a slorl in honor ot ttji.1 bearing the am i, 1J. the builder, Air, veai's Lii r Blrugsjiiij T, along fur severa uiii col upaad auu the w .y one day a tuurisl v.'as always ;i de mocvut.' in those tinacrf young republi- pitied find souietimes despised "such .stupid But times have (iluttiged and those youii republicans, particularly those who were soldier, are fast the Itt 1. Meu'tOKujB that he wants to Congress, "i'l e Kaijuhiiean inrty of Wisctiiisin luia loiuialiV Ueciaied itsilistJeliof in Uie ireo silver culiiiiye (Jeluaiuii, aud lias iiimiicecl itselt ia lavoi ol tlie use silver sis vurrttnuy onlj m Uie to which it can Ue maintained iiicitoulat on at par with xuki. "The use of silv ;r aa currency." We do not use silver currency. We use as currency a nuney made of silver i T j. coins. Li any oue Uas been so far mia- ui> i agel Green, is a candidate for ,tr taught, to that we "use silver Liu -rt'or VVyotuing. s i as let him punch a lew A lolht-r Grant County product -1 i ii .n silver coiuti and int 1C a lew inoie and ee lu gubernatorial lame is 11 Clay v n, .7 then try to "use tha silver as our cur- Eva ia now ot Tennessee, lie lias i J ruiey." Then he vill sse that he has A Kichards, formerly a resident Clwk of Circuit Court, M.tl. STK County Clerk, KIT PEACJCK, Hi-Sister of Deede, DIo.nuingtOD, Gleo Haven. AY, SU-ITLE. Beetowo. Treasurer, B. B. GOur SELL, Lancaster. Superintendent of Schoi Is, jfiiA'A HOI, iserv Congress as republican. T. sheiff's residence at Lan- cast E is completed. The building ir com uittee, Messrs R. U. Showaltei, H ;i C( ous autl O lluui ae.Ued with the cout 'actors a few days ago. The cost, tu ci luyleiioii wat> It is a been deluded. It is tokens or coins tiiat uoe as curiency, not materials. Thid iniyer is uiuJe LO say thai. Uie reimuliCHii patty uis pronounceil itsett iu iuvur ot Uie use ot silver aa currency only to iue extent to which it StU'feyor, Coi'onor, U, A. MoNAlK, Lancaster. C1IA3. WAMSLKV, Waterloo, K with queer inriciipuoii. list men." Most of them ham some structure, vveli calculated to i btl i" cn'cuuition at par 1 Ui As vv i i.Sy not use bilver 'Vv. 1', udorneii ,--iij ot tin-: hoi: iid l ini1 iiiu uij.nii ig of -i genile tlioii a-pubiicaiid uud thooe weuu je the must steady mind of the cu.i'iency, au wjd; not ui-e as Wisconsin Re orm Nittiouul Mil vauliee, JvniwauivMe Advance, 4M iivvautteu, Mulm.iiil ttijlorunar, (Ui fiiian) neluruicr, uennaii) Ul, iliirtaUtoBH. c. iJaiij) Weeiciij l' AdVuiMLa, Ojlini all. tj Aitv.uice. .C. ibcioi'u-ui-, nan) UlilOl) V u: -'I Who an: opnoscd tu enterUaniag ty and cieate an abnormal desire i, i lor t Lome at the county seat. currem-y, Lt ihiuits use! LIW almost J Fi id Aucliter-vvaa run over bv a team gold currency 1 :c him take a j S11-i c.ai, u-i' i Oi-caus- riiiiujj a bicycle in Lancaster.! fiece.-; of money made oi gold Lukeu.i iuiautni.e. ivJiey lorgeD (or jCaped unhurt but the wheel was i and ininch tiuies u some tu: them, and .M.'iiie m v te arf we aliot.' Ui.n-'; iiji'i.'.ii'ir; Lii-.u CU11 it bo tilt'V klleU'i uliat nil. Lofc.a.ii, liuUuinJ ii. s L G. Arenatroug, wife of i Ai'is. itroiig oi lio.icobel, died of heart sva.s it tUvviiyfl opjiuaud ;ru od Tuonuiri JoiiL-r- UlOW udvoCtlteH, i uiifctta S: agvil 73 yfcilW, a of Blooming- SDll A li f W 11! llBhel was chuHcn. i ai.'u lor iiaaullou uuvc. TliB best o.: aud Ll.nl i can rue. .11. the Meeting vas the j nuui jer reuruit.j to '.hn rti'onn I N'i man is o can br n1. IllOVtlHie-tlt. If the shown by iunli'. Iu: can t'OUitl nir, i'.; the relegates S any iniliciitioa ol' list: irii l; is i'nil. prevailing ssMit'.nuMit auutnj; tin: toiiei's ho pi niuoes. So ol 1 Grant, Mio noted j ivjro than tu-uni iun tr uialiy ye-.iis, uled alter ail illue.-s He a VVvfkS i IVJ -liilicaiis cv-ji'y and ju. L 'ntui Aiason ami visiting delega" uou.rinui d-j..avjCi'iU.3 wno 'l'lJ--; :-i tbeii1 iieiyiibui'b try to icnl to J'L'a'i uiij Oi pi'u- X-.-ss-iVo aSiJl all J'j-jiisb- j.mri aro f.i UiiN iii-.MU ,iLn uu.-i wetk. A big crowd .re ivti'iin.., lot hn.i ivvc or three inoie, and llitn iry uj ''ULSH tin--, gold" ho will nave, ".is curienc; Iu this way he will ifturu lor Ketis, as fie say, L. don't gold auu silver us WuaLiho write: seema to be tryiuw y, the money we .tt Wfsi'ts present iirii-ai. Ho 'was ouned by the Fair is on tlie for .is rock- nbtu-d is HI ivo.-d to j. til.' Leao ot Ihi; i lass 'j'ne oti'.oi' day uutii t-iieU to ex- i pi-iHijciiuu ;i.-. wo hav'vi it in tuit j.eotie. 1: :i thai !.iie j He said that it is iixed sc> feojItirtH! lo nil Uit; UuJ WLI..VK. So that it. tetitrs ot uld >.iri> ami rioh fr >ni jjeltiug poor and i.iej mice ;.i.u tdev a; itiinking fur 1H1O h-ouv gotting- .rich. t he ves i, ci'iusw t wiH ulti- _ Now maU'Iy laud t leifl high and dry in the' ran twt'in-n, si diti'ui-eut. driVltl tli d au'i, vv to talk about is, luaiiu ol sliver or cuius at pur witn tue tuoutjy we inakt) ot gold tok iteveiiB Point. Jticveamr, cioiiiuin ;tuu. Cemutury ot att ueoule 111 Liiu JJuufec Oeuieiciy cttliett to uiecb ui mo Uougo ILouw Sat. Irtcti, lor iiUo ot luii ollijera uud lo t. thut party. But it is a, oud laci tmu Wlo, Ilign wi> ,UMK coat, ut p.dut inside and outsiae. riving the two I bus or coins. to Keep our money made ol silver eoius at par as a staud- aid of n, is not necessary in any degree, tu utski tiiis moiuy made ol suver touts redeemable iu money oi told To keep auy y at Uiir, t! at. which issues it BUCU UUME OUaJtlCaj UJay OUlii UCiHi'e llltt lug. A mil .ibusnd tuiw w uitfod Dy Uruei" of CouiiJltteie, i> Ouoi'Kit, it. FOUH iilij SSJOCFSSKS. Having the needtd merit to more whenever we Hud a matt who utterly refuses torsad wliatreiorin- ers have to ofii-r, wo 'land that, he is an old party man. i; e Normal opened last oi; Jay. L. C. McKeuny, late editor of the Grai t County lias gone to San This tact presages the seco'.-ilavy j msco to locate, position which those parties are to! jj mu'ott will have a system oi' Wiiler- agaiusL aoy tinkle: or holdt-.rt) of the liioney. Sv long at that 1H doim WiUi- out any ivseivati ju or evasion, the money oo Mill be as as tnou- ty call OO And otii- HIV. v _d i ,n i f. 'I ts of the Never! i tllli as the wwj 9" ore, since aboiu sou da> i. huvc the I "u'b I diet- ring tact that the populists are T ve canning .le taken ,ucU .merest in a j every progroa-ive thouglit new venture, h Uicaliaovtmcnt, us are tvi thut thriy Cliu get, iortells that this W ateviile nt political uiitvttucni, asth-y are tvi i i t 1 (1 i'j luiiti ciiiinoU i, ttlUt Ciili .leutly lakiiis m tins snch ipa-ty is destuied to uccup.y oe factory at Platttvilki, u ...i' u. lias starttd oper.-iiion-., as resolved lo pui in n UUl'.T lul tneui, llif s have reacii ;U ami ooids. the U1 electric lights. int-ut. u-.ul v; who upou our SUlU; auu 1. .Ol'iU. i-iul.. to V.JLO uioianan-. ;Uld conU'olliiig position in Ci ba City is to have -d newspaper. i-'liUtonai, stuU; atul 'muuitipul A g ntleman by l-ne name of vicinitv ilt'V, 11. ij.isiiiii1. July -ith, to i-t'i'i't'HeiiL j.iii-m iii An Wiis at ouct1 t'i'f! cd, A.s a result of laij-u1 the senercut >--i tin', Hi.- -I ivy Mfie.-; i1'-''.'; Am i- Mi'. HiWlior ii'ltirs, U 1-v iiu- 't ;r, in at llu ir v, will it. bK.-lo.J Jobl of j ,vee T; e Fair will ba next DID 'X 4 uvcr i Salve, oL iu IMC vvonu, JJr c r.no W.JIG.I die puieov, inll. Alt ate ;UcH.uuoed W Ui) oi. i-j jluuucd Jur Llieai aud tUo .ati VmuSi- Uiiillfia .tlylAcne 1. ut gluu to teii yell tuolo ol Ui iu JL> lioiiura'o i'rug Store. Tne ii.l Hit; prouibiuouisis of Woman did )n ls ;l Hair, nair Keuevver is gi aranleeJi to give lii.i-.jr ayaiti.-.t) tii'j j t ,1. i, tl. L L l o; 1 il 1 (KIT lii s Lll.'l llif i- utnvt- aw v '.ht-y iPt'l iu (.-i-iivi-ii; ,n t ..it; iu-Ul a SH-Hi-.i'.Mi'i ii, tu-kvl. 1 .1 oi ..-'I'evJiva'i- was i! ChC Ut'Xl Cltlliin .S.'lit.ivll. Ii r r-rrti iuV l', ,r 'ol'.-i iL'Oi'.l ;i I: 1.1.- Llif.-U i i.; a i, III --'I :r-L'VXn ii i CoiuttdUns are playing g' oJ Houses tins week in this place. lltl aivs a iirst class company, court 1B D.iuf and axreeau.e. NrtXt week they LI :n. ail at, JJjscobel. i ot tiiiitr plays are very strung i iiv, put up in a manuer lhat might Loi..'.i-.' t'i do e eda to more pretentious artists. T ic Grant County Fair vvttl be held Lili: .it I Sept. 19, ill) anil 21. C pt. Ovurtou, an early settler of i'ji'.i .eviile died at the age of -84 years. m'-" tie vas a member or Cj. I, Tenth Wis. yd lulantry. Herald is responsible for the UistricL. as int-y to du at MaJioou, on aide was yet. if.i'ij lo sious uscessai j lor union. After inisiiu-. peoples party delegates ake co'uces- UUecllj' IUOLS ol tne imir. aud C, AL. i. tat oi lor by .L.I) .iloitord, D :ujjgist. in CJUirress lor tue 3rd Of Interest Co.igfesaiunal ict. FurihL-r meii- j The success of Mrs. Auuie Al. Ueam week. McKeesport. rennsylvauiii, iu the treatmtui, of uiarrho ;a in her children "Conic, let UM i tug-etiior." j vvju be iutereut tomauy If you Iind any tinny abusive in this paper you may siii'c wi-itu.-u by the eoi uf. it not mothers. .She fcayt "J seyera weeks m Johuatown, flood, on aci-ouut uay liusuand .employed there. W" had several child jren with us, two ct whotn took tnt> who after uian.tloea vw-y I got some ot old tior. Hko i-iiti j iIK- Il0r- Tuo i Ol' -asent tiiai there are three editors j JtlULliU.y t, to Keep the ac- ohatnberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and JJiarr ,ii Couui-y win.; ate potiuiibts. 0lJUlU., uj Ulo -.n v, known itriuitdy irooi AeV.ilr. Chapman ion! TI.I re' are probably tiiree. j ;a ,vtdt i, tn.t tiiat ...o ti-.-c-1 botu of UieLi. 1 knew of nw. i if a I w-ho believe in the. peoples p.irty uon lioal )y juv-1 elill Otntsr H wrti iai, hunuru'lo Kii: '.'..i- "U-ivej successful 1 Uiiult t canuot be excel uiu o: cd aud cheeriitUy loiumeiid it." 26 iivico or j iloo rine were properiy IfLivoi-piviKi.'i.y vo Uio Ui.-t holdiii- ui i; ..ports from the southern part of the- be- djiiui- it up- county indicate a lair average corn aa-- ii.'.i.1 :.'N-.-.., i1'--- j' do i-u pjj tiuii the i.-I t flll-l .1- Uii tlu-y formed and they clt-ctcil j from The lirouMi did not prev.til iu thuir tlr-t seciion the oauio severity as J 1 if i ne :ii ii n tn.il ler north. j. of i- wiust i- i i- -of, M. G. Strong. >NM-. IUSL. nni; nice tor otiics ot ol Circuit; v VIi IV Oil U  Hulford.druggiBC. EvcrsOil, uui- foi-! ruan oi' I 1 iibLiuy, v. no is- coi Jiu; i U'OMl M.-J OUU of L11O 1-V, tht' out. .K-W i-i j Coi rt, begun his work in the u jlab... R C  -.-.1 i I'o" j in fcnctiun. The following places -L- fnvi M'. II Thursday aud i aul-1 oi' an-1 Tt) .sdav 10 and It. Mr Martin] Men ti-oiu all parties if. hr< tuwii For ui-y thu iitv-.iufr. i Name Address i   

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