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Little tlrops of whisky,
Little jut u( ni".
Will niiikon iiiiiii a (IriiKH'rut,
If persisted in.
I'ATTISON ami lteriiiii;in will
probably mbl 10,1100 or l.000 to tlie
republican majority in Pennsyl
vania thin year.
TliK treasury net balance is
small, but it in growing. Uncle
Sain will be able to meet bin en
jjactnenta all rilit.
Out bete in Nebraska they call it
a plain drunk, but the New York
papers nay Adli;i was overcome by
the hospitality of the club.
SlXUi Juilue I-'icUl's nomination
for congress M. I). I'olk is so jubi
la 11 1 tiiat be has aunounccil himself
as a candidate for state senator.
TllKK'K 'ire more strikes in Kny;
land than in the United States, and
they are usually more costly. I'rcc
trail' is a reat breeder of labor
TllK Iowa republicans are lienor
injj the prohibition question this
year, ami the consequence is that
their chance of carrying the Htate
by a bij majority grows better
Til 15 leaders of the democratic and
alliance parties in Kansas having
fused, the rank ami file of the dem
ocratic party in Kansas object and
have called a convention nud will
place a full party ticket in the field.
Kansas will roll up her usual larjjc
republican majority this fall
Abl.IA Stkvknhcn has proven
himself a good democrat, for the;
Manhattan club drank ',,1100.(10
worth of liquor the'other night, and
the democratic candidate for vice,
president was so overcome by the
hospitality of the club that he was
unable to appear in public (or two
W'HAVliK is going to have a rip
roaring good lime (lin ing tin; next
four months and will succeed in
gathering enough silver dollars to
gether to keep him from living on
liver next winter. Weaverabsolute
ly lives oil the people without giv
ing a cents worth in return. Many
people, however, are delighted when
humbugged. I ud iauula Herald.
Next week's election in Alabama
will give some indication of the
strength of the people's party in
that part of the country. The popu
lists have been making the liveliest
sort of a canvass in I hat quarter.
Mk. CAk'TKK leaves the laud office
with a record surpassing that of
his predecessors in the amount of
work performed, and the same in
dustry and fidelity will be shown
in his management of the cam
paign. WllKN any whitecap work is done
or brutal treatment is meted out to
anyone, when the investigating
committee gels through the leader
always turns out to be a democrat,
and now, as usual, Oil. Streator,
who indicted the barbarous treat
ment upon Private lams, is the
chairman of the democratic central
committee of his county, and has
been for several ye. us. Also Herg
m.in, the anarchist who tried to kill
Frick, is a democrat.
I'll!-: I.ouisx ille Courier-Journal
complains of the M, Kin!, 3
cause it induces laboring men to
IciV" ! 1 1 r 1 and cane to America
to -ecure higher w 1 ;;. The dent
ocratic remedy would be lice t'ade,
, u liich would make wages as low 01
11. is county a- ni i;, u-ope. I,,,,,- do
the American wot Kin-men like thi -di
iiiocratu- tcmoh tor emigiaiton
The republican-! Iia e a simple! v. ,i
1'hey will rc-nl, ite t migr.i; ion by
M.itntf ;m I keep tli.' w ig( . , ( t,,.
Aim 11c a 11 worki tig in en w!i,te ila'y
are. The 1! 'i.iii,' remedy 1, as
01. je.-ti. tnnblc as tli.it agan.- t rob
b. I) - to never b.Ue any lliiiu; to it
v. ill tempi, the 1 ol ,1. , 1 -. Inteii n -, an
l-'of many years ibe d. n.r.t r,lH
N-nrplaiued s;.,. 1, , 1. , ,, .1 ,, ;
w 'm d Urn bloody -hill u lonew r
tl.eie was a national (anipaign.
They have . -ought Hie sympathy of
martyrdom on this ;roiind ami
tried lo have Hie people beliee
that republicans would not allow
bygones to be by gones, hut contin
ually taunted the .south with its de
font 111 a ccitaiu lamily quairel ol
its making some years ago. Sym
pathy was the only issue of these
democratic martyrs. They saw the
- bloody shirt in every move made
by the republican party, whether
that was for protection to Allien-
' can industries, honest money, fair
elections, American honor on the
high seas, to guarantee American
I protection abroad as well as at
home, or simply to honor the Mag
i of our nation.
A few democrats, however, have
been bold enough to formulate an
issue. Henry Watterson was 01. e of
the boldest of these, and years ago
he said that the dt cratic party
must have no economic i.sMit which
would relegate the war to the past
and alb w men of all sections to dis
cuss business as the best politics,
every man voting as he believed he
should to best protect his own in
terests. Mr. Watterson's business
issue for his party was free trade,
lie has fought for that ii four na
tional democratic conventions and
has at last succeeded. The demo
cratic party, thanks to the eloquence
ami the courage of Watterson in the
Chicago convention, now stands for
free trade. The republicans have
accepted that as the issue, and are
ready to light this great naitoual
balth 011 that issue.
Hut Dana, who never was a free
trader, and fears the result if the
campaign is fought on th it i -sue, is
trying to substitute the "force bill,"
"negro supremacy in the south,"
etc., instead. Some of the leaders
are very willing to follow him, ami
quite a chorus is going up over the
.Notwithstanding the fact that
the democrats of Kansas have
fused with the people's party and
the democrats of Iowa, Minnesota
and Nebraska arc willing to do the
same thing, Mr. Watterson says to
the south: "The people's party is
an ally of the republican organiza
tion. Kvery vote cast for Weaverjin
a republican state is a vote for Har
rison." Watterson frankly admits
that the democrats' chief desire is
for the offices, "the cabinet, judi
cial, diplomatic and consular
places," and that Cleveland will
g-ive these to the south. The demo
crats do not want the "bloody
shirt laid away in the closet of past
relics. Without that government
they have nothing to hold the
south solid, for the south wants
free trade no more than does the
north. I liter ( Iceau.
THE CURRENCY OF THE COUN
TRY. The first of July is a new year's
day with the general government,
financially speaking. It seems
trom a statement for that date,
made by the treasury department,
that the circulation of the country
increased during the year !,lo:i,(,( ),"),
7m;i. This is a showing which
speaks well for our monetary sys
tem. The expansion is normal and
about keeps pace with the needs of
trade. The changes during- the fis
cal year are shown by the following
July 1, 1V'. J,,iv 1, im;i.
(mlil ruin -los,7(i7,7 lo loN,ii7:i,NHi
StiHiiliiril silv'nl'ls. riH.Tl'.i.M fiT.I'.M.OIl
Snlisliliiiry silver... iW,;N!,rils r.'.'lKi.ir.'l
(mill Crrtiiil lltrs.... llLiCIti!! I'.II.Stll.MI
Silver certilii iitcs . ;Oi,i,h"H (i7.:H)l,l is
Mlvcrtrens y notes. !ul,io7 Ki.HW.Iili
I. si. notes .lll.iill.MI) ;il.".(i7H,ra
Natio'llmiik notes.. li;7,;iii,!ijK ln'J.'.'i'.'.MMt
Totals ifl.tiUI.OTIUW $l.jOO.0ki7.jT5
It will be observed that the sup
ply of gold did not change much,
but of the two increased. The sup
ply of standard silver dollars de
creased nearly a million. Subsidi
ary silver increased over four mil
lion, which is an interesting fact.
These new dimes, quarters and
halves were needed for theconveui
ence of exchange. There was a
large increase in gold certificates,
also in silver certificates, but the
greatest ol all in silver treasury
notes. The government has paid
out :,:i(ia!,r.a7 under the silver bill
of WM in the purchase of silver
bullion, Hie payments being made
in new cenilicales, redeemable in
coin, the government being the
judge ol whether the coin of re
demption shall be gold or silver
1 he late of cuircucy expansion by
Ibis agency is about titty mdlion- a
y ear. or luo hundred millions lor a
piesidctiti.il term II Clover Clew
h'Utl had a ( Irim he would ,.tl,,
the pun lia.-e o! .sil wr and lie' con
sequent inert a.-.e n the v m,- ol
1 111 l ent , v lule 1 ,,i 1 i.-on would
Keen on expanding the ( at icucy.
I 'i .Mm iv- i s oil, n a.-lf "Who
beard ol an aiair.ii.u tuu 1 1 ai-oig
the prices p;,,d for lahot " y( .7
here ,,u instance in pent 1,
ported by an eastern ou: tial, 1 h,
rt publican h gi-hiuire , t Ma.--a
chiisclts i m.i. t. .1 a law bunting tK
hours ol labor I. , .,, m, ,,, .,
toi ics and woii, ... rs to i,!ly , igiu
a week I heici'on, with nn the
asking i I the employes, the noli
nianagi 1.- at l-ali K'i, r. einplo ing
-'VlnO people, voted to pay t!- s'.im,
wages lor lilty cilIiI as for sixty
hours and 1 ai-ed piece work ;h, per
cent. Fall Kiwi is the largest cot
ton tuauiilactiiting town in this
country." Now hi us hear from
the managers ol the democratic
campaign about the rise in prices
of labor in Ktigland.
A LITERARY FIND.
Mr. Hok has succeeding in un
earthing a quantity of unpublished
material by Henry Ward Meecher
which will shortly be published as
a series of articles in the Ladies'
Home Journal. The material is es
pecially valuable since it deals,
with a range of topics both timely
and will advance for the first time
in print, the great preacher's views
n a number of such interesting
questions as marriage, home gov
ernment, women in public and pri
vate life, politics, etc. etc. Mr. Hok
lias secured the co operation of Mrs
Heeeln-r and Professor Klliuwood,
Mr. Heechcr's private reporter, in
the editing of the material.
(lass workers of all classes in H'l
gfitiui, according to Mr. William
Jlrookliehl, get average wages of $1
a day, or $)
a week. The blowers of K. C.
SchinerU & Co. get wages equal to
ier week for sino lo ami
per weeK tlouoic, says Secretary
William I.oefller in his communica
tion to the Western Window Glass
Manufacturer's Association. The
manufacture of window glass an
industry that has been built up by
protection. New York Press.
PRICE OF BLOCK TIN.
There is 110 duty 011 block tin, nor
will there be until July of next
year, and then but in an experi
mental form; nevertheless not a
few of our free trade contempo
raries are agitating- themselves
concerning- the "higher prices of
tin, on account of the tariib" As is
usual, they know nothing- about
the subject that agitates Uiein.
"Somebody heard somebody say
that somebody belived that some
body intended to iiicrease the price
of Homething" is ample basis for
an article, or a series of articles,
upon "higher prices on account of
As a matter of fact prices for
block tin have ruled thus during
the past three years:
1 letiiher 1, 1V fj 10
t (ctnlier I, is;t jihhi
July I. IJ 1 I.")
Nor is there any prospect of seri
ous fluctuation in prices on account
of the tariff or on account of any
Eerkman Civen a Hearing.
l'l TTSIIUNG, July 211. -This eve
ningfs bulletin issued by the at
tending surgeon indicates but lit
tle change in 11. C. Frick's condition,
save in the direction of continued
improvement. It is now thought
that he will be on his feet ami
ag-ain personally assume the di
rection of the varied interests of the
Carnegie steel company in two or
three weeks at the latest.
This afternoon the would-be as
sassin, Herkman, was given a pre
liminary hearing in the county jail
uflice and was admitted to bail
aggregating if'Jt.OOO, which was not
furnished, and the guilty anarchist
was remanded for court. Police
Judge Grip and Alderman McMas
ter.M presided at the hearing. Judge
Grip examined the witnesses on the
charge of felonious assault, pre
ferred by Superintendent of Police
O'Mara, and held the prisoner in
If 10,1 KM I. Alderman McMasters ex
amined witnesses on three different
charges, one of entering a building
with intent to commit a felony, one
charge of felonious assault and
another charge of carrying con
cealed weapons. The bail fixed ag
gregates i,24,(KKl. The elevator man,
David Fortney, of the Chronicle
Telegraph building, and Yice
Chairinan I.eishinan, of the Carne
gie company, were the only wit
nessos examined. In reply to
questions the prisoner said he in
leiitb d to kill Frick. not to toitute
him. He did not want to ham
Not Sutf ciunt Evicton, o.
The billowing. Irom Hastings,
appeared this moii. nig 111 t .e
( 'tn.iha lice:
' !'- 1 i I nghes tin- man ,v'oo ,v . ,
chat ged by Mr.-. G.-ai e i ouinn g'. a
v. : 1 li obtaining j'.-'i oiah 1 1.1 1 sr pi
I 'it u.is giwn a preiiuiinaiy
la al ng be lore County udge Inn
ton yestt rd.ij . i Iiigii,-,
n ti'd ia Lincoln at the m-tance ,,
.It.-. Pennington, who 1 l.oim 1 tl. ,1
upon representations m lu p,.,
by I I ughes th;:t lie own. d , el I. nil
! lao.M-i iy 1, ,,,, I,,,,,;, ,1 t.n am..'.. It
I in ,u stioii to h.i.i. i'iie ,, h ad-
1 c:.i:ilied that tMe amouul m a
j ''"p ' loan and a. kro.vi, dged his
j indebtedness. .t fi t oriclll-ion
ol th.o Icst.nioity J udge 1 hii ton tc
'e isfil the pi isnu.-r, as there was
not sHlVicn nt eidi nce to hold him.
It was said t:,.,t Hughes would
shortly be n ai r. .-ted upon the
same charge and that additional
evidence would be adduced."
Maim. Povey A: Pahb is the name
of ;i new firm that will commence
business Monday morning. They
have signed a contract to furnish
fresh fish to Oliver k'ainge. They
have also taken out a license and
will start a fish wagon and deliver
fish at the doors of their customers.
Chas. V.. Kddy, of Kacine, Wiscon
sin, treasurer of the water work
plant was in the city hist evening
and left for Lincoln this morning
in company with Frank Coursey.
Bryan's Challenge Promptly
Accepted by Field.
TO FKilir Willi MIAlir LANCES.
Field Is the Knight Who Picks It up
as a Champion of the First
be Made Later
l-"retii Saturday'- Puily.
The Lincoln Journal this morn
"The first congressional district
campaign opened yesterday, the
day following- the republican nom
ination, with a challenge for joint
debate issued by Congressman
Kryan and immediately accepted
by Judge Fields, the republican
Judge J. II. Hroady, chairman of
the democratic central committee
of the first district, yesterday caused
to be delivered to H011..C. T. Hoggs,
chairman of tue republican central
committee, this formal document:
LINCOLN', Neb., July '".), IMC: Hon.
C. T. Hoggs, chairman Dear Sir:
The democratic candidate for con
gress and the democratic congres
sional committee for the first dis
trict of Xebrasita, think it would be
good, and therefore desire to have
joint discussions of the political is
sues between the democratic and
republican candidates for congress
in the several counties of the dis
trict before election.
If your friend is dot unfriendly to
such debiites by candidates, I wish
to meet you ami make the necessary
arrangement therefor, and invite
you to meet me for that put pose.
The proposition is made so rarlv
to avoid any possible embarrass
ment to you on the grounds of pre
J. II. Hroakv, Chm'ii.
Mr. Hoggs was seen .last evening
by a reporter and acknowledged
that he had received such a com
munication from Judge Hroady.
"You will accept of course."
In response to this question there
was an impressive pause, a piercing
glance followed by a merry twinkle
of the eye.
"Judge Field" said Mr. Hoggs, in
earnest terms, "litis four chips on
each shoulder and it was our in
ter tion to issue a challenge before
this was received. We are desirous
of going before the people' and I
have addressed a letter to that effect
to Judge Hroady."'
Mr. Hoggs has produced a copy
of his reply, which is as follows:
Lincoln, Neb., July I!'.), IMC Hon.
J. II. Hroady, Chairman Dear Sir:
Your favor of this date received in
which you state yourself and the
democratic candidate for congress
think that good would result from
a discussion of the political issues
between the republican and demo
cratic parties by their respective
canditates for congress in this dis
trict. I pon consulting our candi
date and in the hope of securing
giod results and in compliance
with the expressed desire of your
self and candidate I am pleased to
accept your suggestions for joint
debates and will meet you at any
convenient time and place to ar
range the details of such meetings.
Very truly, C. T. Hoi ids,
Republicans are enthusiastic in
support of Judge Field and tire
pleased at the prospect of going be
fore the people with a champion in
whose invulnerability and ability
they have unbounded confidence.'
PASSENCtH TRAIN DITCHtO
Wreck Without Imury to Lito on the
At 1 o'clock yesterday morning
li e --t. Louis e . j t c on t lie M 1--011
ri Paeili.' v is ditched between
W ' mm:.' 1 Hoe county . and 1'aiou.
'In- ei.ui.tv. 1 u bo.,rd th,- tr.cn
'" i a -..-it "i ;h- I'i-itl-mouth d
', dnai to the republican . unveil
; "I h- Id el . I Uy . I I,,
.vi eel, w a - ., had lool.in.; a da 1 r. I ait
ange lo -ay no . weie InM
'1 'id imi a 1 a U ll was t e, ei ,-d.
Cwiug 1 . pi-,-, aution ot !i , a
"'' th. ''" no wa - 1 r.niiiiig it the
' '( of .1. o i! 1 .yen: v 111 1 h-s ,, ;, hour
I ll eotu:,M-"d -I, e.iis ,.),,", i v, ly car
j h :i the '.!.' !. lib the eee tion o
tin- -1. el, 1 . I'he engiii.' plowed in-
I" the mud and t m m , u er, hiic
tea !' r was ditched on the op
po-ile -ni". Momentum i au-ed
the li. mi to practically lold tip
.vihoiit t -de -t op;n I hi f.iii..l,,iig
1 ai w-iis louiid iieros.s tin d ack with
J one end sui o hed
The (aiise of the accident was
spreading of the rails, which re
sulted ni the tics, rails and roadbed
being literally torn to pieces, but
together with damage to cars the
w hole can by replaced at compara
tively slight loss. Holh fireman
and engineer remained at their
The delegates were transferred to
I'nion, where they spent the day,
returning home on the afternoon
The Fremont Ciinuing faetory
v;is totally destroyed by lire last
night. The loss to the management
will not exceed $."().
The Countess Hrazza, writing to
Mrs. Potter-Palmer from Venice,
touching the hope for exhibit at the
world's biir of the historical collec
tion of laces, the property of the
queen of Itally, makes several inter
esting statements. The countess
says the queen intends sending the
crown laces, "a thing never done by
any sovereign outside of her own
country. Our history of lace be
gins a thousand years before Christ
with photographs of objects found
in he Egyptian tombs." The coun
tess guarantees the most perfect ex
hibit of its kind ever made, and
stimulates only for an advantage
ous location. A. drawing of the
proposed arrangement was en
closed in the letter, with a minute
and detailed description of the exhibit.
Philip Therolf vs. Peter Fclter.
Settled by consent and dismissed,
plaintiff pay ing costs.
Sain Henderson vs. A. C. Spencer
etal; action in contract. Amount
Misses liertrmle and Klla Colvin,
who have been the guests of Mrs.
..Kennedy for a few weeks, left
this morning for their home at
funnily Indicate a mirier of the Kidneys,
nii.l prompt meftMiiri' hhoultl bo taken to
pri'Vt'iit M-rious truulilc.
REMEMBER In tliidr Incipli'iicy,
wlui:li It m-iclwstfU, limy liwonns diinm-roub.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER iK2 KIDNEY BALM
Is !iut you n.'i',l It will rnre I.ivurDPor
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ll.-.li,'tis Piir,. ji(.r ,tii,.. ,,
'.'-I'i'iit -t:iii,pl'orliiiiik of liints. li,,,,- to live
iiuil cure tlji-e tli.siiv.--;ii( ciiiiiplaints.
THE DR. J. H. MCLEAN MED. CO
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THE PERU DRUG & CHEMICAL CO. S.
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ORS. BETTS & BETTS.
I 10 Sotuh 14th St
N. K. Cor 14th and Douglas Sts
AND SO DO
More than Half a Million
OTHER PEOPLE, '
IT 18 THE BEST.
Buv No Other.
A NATURAL REMEDY FOR '
Eplloiitlc Fits, Falling Sickness, Iljster
ics, St, Vitus Dance, Nerrousness,
Iljpochontlrla, Melancholia, In
cbritj, Sleeplessness, Diz
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and leaves nc unpleasant effects.
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Has become a household word because of
its absolute purity, nutritive value, smooth
taste and delicious bouquet. It is good for
weak lunRS and a stimulant for impaired
constitutions. Unlike inferior whiskies, it
does not rasp or scald the throat and
stomach, nor cause nausea, dizziness anc'
headache. Yon may know it by the abovi
qualities and the proprietary bottles in
which it is served. Call for "Cream rure
Rye" and take no other. For sale at all
first-class drinking places and drug stores.
13 DALLEMAND & CO., Chicago
For Sale by JOS. J. MuVKY.
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