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THE I-HIE! KA.Ij-D
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I I I't.l-ii'.l' I' :
OSMON M. PETERSON. Et" "
HATES OF tSUBCRII'TION
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TelepliOf Xin.il.rr :t
FACfa ARE LOUD TALKERS
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Tii nil iil i r- ..f tin' hi'li I'l iuli lit
IV...I. ( milter-, nii'l I" I'"'
VntiT-il' Nrl.i.i -hif-
ll liav I,, ...mi' rvi l. nl tliiit Mr.
Villi V vi', . t in pr.l iiiin-l ii-iiiiii-t
I llf 1 1 1 I - -1 1 I -1 I lllavi lllrlll . illlil i
ii-ini: ln-!iitliirii. e li .Pleat III.' ni'lf
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Hint In- Im.hhi i n i i nl I " ii' I' I re-- i ! -u'inl''ii
ifrinif- ii"i ipm'.i an ""I
tun it lu i-r In- mill ii mil v i ii 11 iii-iii i'.
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('Illinium sp,.et Y,,l ml I mil.
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rirl s.'sv'n.ii .
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1 4..-.' .Hill... 11.
liKPt III II
t rl N-,i.ni .
:.-Mr...wri.. ( .V1:;'';',1"""1
. . .ill. niiliuie
d'l. .l.-.i 1 1 . i . .. 11. .an ..a'! 1 1 1 1 1 -
.'U; I l..l has at last said his
iltle speech and g back oil Un
democratic pi. itorni, and the demn-
rats are 'in a quandary to knuw
what tn do.
I lss Cleveland was beaten in
New Yoik with Tammany support
ing him. Therefore, what ihance
hashctocarrytli.it state thi year
with Tammany against him:
TlIK Kansas republican have
polled the si de, and claim :io.iNi,
plurality. That will do, of course,
but they one hi to make it at 1,1 X U if
1 he coi 11 cio 1 tin us out a wa ll a
Tin; Journal lat eeuiue' sa .
that "Mr. .Moi (on is not the man to
btah a lellow tl.-niocra1 in the back."
No Ifpublican ha sai l so. What
republ itaus 1 1. mmi and what no
democrat dare deny is that Mr.
Morton hit hi. lellow democrat iu
the lace, and aw lul! hard, too.
Ml )'i' I t ''S t,l k, K'.'nl'ii i 11 j. to 111.'
Journal, is "..pinions ia tin - al .-I : act
of an ideal. st." Yet Mr. Mm ion pre
sent f.n l s which cm not be tl.-i 1 ied
ami stands ni.iuiuili up and l--ar-les.-l
declares that t he 1 e .11 1 ! K a 1 1
pally i in the lii.lit upon the
liloiiey ijiiestiou. Morion i a..oth.-r
del 11 oc 1 it who will net s t it I i (y him
el I to aid his p;n ty.
1 1' seem strange that the il''ii:u
iT.Uic manager- ..'r.-it in calling
me lit bet . ol t li.-ir own parly trail or
when these so called traitorous
members reiu-e to iol.ite their
oath of ollice to aid the democratic
party. Accordim. t,i ilcim icrat ic
nuthority, any 111. niher ol the party
who will not tell 11 1 it 1 11 1 1t when
the truth is detrimental tu his party,
he is a traitor This is a shameful
TlIK Journal of 1 it nie,ht seem
greatly worried over the fact that
J iul (-'hapinan.alter hohlini; com t
Saturday, went to Wccpin;; Water
in tin' cveitine- ami addressed the
republican nf that city on the
political issue of the d.n. liroihcr
Sherman you need not worry jour,
self for the people w ill hear from
Jtlde;e Chapman several time .,
fore the campaign is over ami he
will given the liemocral- sonic verv
hard nuts' to crack.
iM K'. CM Vl t. Wh'- letter ul acce.t
ance was puhl..sh. , in the telegraph
reports this una mug. It i.-.as have
been all i4 hi ;.:ib
ne iloeiiuti nt-.
tin able ami dignincd
otitic tlcmoc! at n- po-itiou on 1j
issues lietore tin- ..-oile am
slrengthen t.,e .ip, - ,) t. party
ivi.vwueic. I la;:-, rout:, J,.,,,,,,,!
ol last evening.
, , ,
Hoes it "strengthen Ihe me ol
,t, . v v , ,
Ihe partv tn New hi , .- tlu.
, ' . .
democrat of the west i!iu;k so h-t
them read what Charles A. Dana
i,....:,,,, , , , ,
l'.l Id n- Hill and Ju!ni A. I a k -
....... , ,
1 oi. ...MM 11 ,1 .jllou still, ,-bster
a say.-ig 1h.it 'notliipg can pr
vent the election .1 t.rov.r Cleve
land," yet The Journal itself -aid
that " .rover I level. uid. it numb
nalctl, will Pe ilelcate.l in New Y
by laP.i'"" iip.iotatv." Hoes
seii-ioie man Peheve that Himv.
icvciantl can Pe e!, ted
' "' "' pili'llC. in-
nav e mu mpy i pe Jmirual s .
Ml' I' ll, l-.very one ,,f
i. if .seiiuiy -I wo Uclegatcs (,,,,,, .1...
state nf N. w York in the National!
.'onveiitioii which p
' n ate.l
.novel v ,i vein ip l Hot only. All i that
Cleveland could nut carry New
York but i: ui su;ni ill v Ml; tu
purine stiiienie.it to that cf'Uvt and
the sta'.cinent was presented to the
delegates as a warning.
rOLI 1I':AL COKKUiJTION.
Car! S.inii.'. Ti. I. savs the
vr.v I,-.-.-.-. .1 mi a. cu mil ..I
tie- alleged pr -valence ol corrup-
. . 1 - .1
;ti'Mi in Aiuei u-au pulitics. I.e
W1111 )lilv,. . believe, apparently.
;,hM, , annulling com. ent ,. . are ,
i rrgula'ly eontrolle.l ami popular
election re-nlarly .le.erni.neill.y ,
: the improper use of money. I his
1 :.. ii 1 1 . 1 1 1 i i i'i . 1 1 r i' tii i i i l . 1 1 ' '
" ; ; "
I thai not only tl.e .oinu.an-, . nil : , ,. ,,, ,-,,,! ,,lm-,,, (, 1 tl,,. t ml h : . (i.-oph - party earned the lower I ma.ne lau s bv lap-e ol l i ine wit h
lalMi the voters, ate towrned by ' ( , ,0111 se 1 l.e do not. et that i s 'lion -e i . f t he le-i slat u re la re, el y and ,,ut his approval, sii that he ap-
nieri eiiaiy iii.him s ami int. . .
I le does not say in so many words
that the sliccessof a candidate or a
party is a matter nf bnyinu and
selliue, but such is the plain iiu
plicatiun nf his statement. It is
ea.-y In make these lun-e acc 1 1 sat inns
nf general dishuncMy, but it is not
so eas to sub-tantiate them with
positiw- and reliai.le proof. Mr.
Sch 1 1 iv, does not think it worth
while to cite a single instance ol
the widespread evil that he so
gravely lament and . 011 lemn. If j
he ha ever seen an act of In ibery,
he neglect to mention it;.l he
pus-esse an lie nine u'-u j
upon tin- subject, he c.i re f u 1 1 y
keei. it tu !lilll-elf. His pel'solia 1
and unsup. tu t.-il a.-erliou is all
that he gives u-.and certainly that
is not Millicient to sulain an in
dicluient ol a w hole people. lie
point. to the fad, il i- true, that
large campaign fund are collected
and disbursed, and that no public
showing i ever made of such ex
penditures; but this is not enough
to justify an allegation of prevail
ing fraud and dt niorali.atioii.
Money ma)- be liberally used in
politic without any violation ol
the lilies of integrity and morality,
and in the absence ot dt finite proof
to the contrary, the presumption
must be that it is so applied.
Il is not to be believed that any
considerable proportion ol the
A I ll eric, i ll people are wi 1 1 i ng It i vote
aaiu-t their con v ii t ions lor a
gi en pi ice, or that any parly ever
relies upon such mean for carry -ing
an election. There mav Lci'i
di iduals here ami there w ho can
be I mi I u.l. but there i- no reason to
suppose thai the) are numerous
enough in any o nu ai 11 n il to turn
1 1 ie scale one w a 01 t he ol her. 1 he
money i.n-ed lor cauij ugu pur-po-es
i.- need.-d to null the legili
mate expense ol condnciiug th,' al
I.iiis .ii., I piumotmg the iiiteresi.s
ol the r.'spective piirties. ..me ol
it i- wast, .1 ol coiil -e ami someol
it I paid out lor secret .-eiice-;
none ol il is u-ed. we may
sa 1, ly ,,s - nine, m st heme t whole
sale corruption. ll i- estimated
that the agligaie Cu.-l ol uiieol
'.IC pre-ideiilial caua-e- i- al
l. a- sI.i'.ioimi. and il i i.ut diilieull
to - t'e how such a -Hal t .1 1 1 n u iev
uia be hoii--- i ;, . 1 1 . 1 1 ; . i y !-, iu a
conte-l ol such magnitude ami im
portance. I'.uty oi ga a i..,,t ., .a c. iii
nut be m ide ehecln e V, llholll I he
Use ol money in some niea-uie.
I lure are cell a i n iiec.s-ai c Large -lorwhiih
'ioi-iuii inu-t be mad.-,
and the payment ol ,-uch charges
does not involve an idea ol ra-t'al-lly
or impropriety. I here i- mi cor
rupt ion i a t he cil -fiil.it ion ot tlo.-u-uienls,
the buying ol torches, the
hiring ot ha'.ls. and the other famil
iar methods ul disbursing cam
paign hind. The demands of this
son are stitiicient tu absorb a large
amount ol money, and thoeare the
ways in which it i principally
spent. It doe not go o venal vot
ers, as Mr. Sch n rx. virtually charges;
and our elections are not decided
by men who make merchandise m
tiie highest privileges and obliga
tions of citi.-.enship.
THE OUTLOOK IN NEW YORK.
.I.mn A. 1 , it ken'.l in . . Ilcial.l Ti.-iin.
Ihe attempt ol the democratic
campaign managers to obliterate
the evidences nl industrial pins
pel ity i.i tkii slate by putt. ug
l.al or Comiuis:tiiier Peck i.i iait
i .,, , .,
ue .1.-1 1 ,i u s .. nt ,' mure i ne ia t u 1 1 v
w llll I
h attend all eilorl ot ih.n
: org ui'atuni u iucongritoii and
. ,!e,no,-.,h,.,:lg element to bit ;t-eil
, . ,
nine 'l public tiisttu-t.
,,,-, i ,
Ami tne h.irmouv in i!n slate i
' not iu-.jir.i ed tin n hv.
i M . , , , ,.
! ,. V " W""" "r'
I'''' " !' to ( inker and Murphy ha
I . ' '
" "' ,,r'"V- '"
' yracu-e campai-u, and lit.'
j chief ' i 1 1 . 1 llitltsel I between 1 iab..lo
i ! l'ae deep, booming -ea. It will
le.jhire s ta lema n -h i p ii.r linn to
k.-ep in with both hungry mid ex
act mg horde.
; "'i.i.i' vi. 1 1 1 1 1. I-;.
' ! ! loric, I lo Pic.
- , ...
'' 1 v "I' d for a man w ho hired .
' sbtute. but I sh.dl never v,,'
i a I. I Pel one Mr CI.., ..I ... 1
. the soldiers' lriend an.
slpppl pot be
I'll I. ( irand A rtuy oi the Keiui h' ic
' ''' spent over sJ.up.tHH in pp.
lief of sick and needy ve'er.iu.
1 lus i- probably one ot the reasons
why the democrat call it a political
j Pr. I.. K. Hritt was an Omaha
j passenger this niot niug.
I Mi. Lincoln 1 1 (: 1 1 I now .-ay that
(,ii.iii - - i.ii. - r Peck i .i .l.ni... rat
who wa I. .....II.-.! iu ii ikf his
l.,,r report. Tin- lad i-that Mr.
1', - ck told the truth. even '.hough he
wa - a deinucral. Slvaue it is that
wh. - n a democrat mils the liuth tile
democrat i.- manager- say he n "Ihe-c point were -.ei.,-. upon
jmri lia-et! to il so. 1 ... tlie ile.no- bv shrewd demagogue.-. ,,, ,.,,, v
,.,,,1; ,1(.Mn. , .rople eve. y school lion -e i u 1 he state was
Know that only cu.i.1,1 ion j prolaned by tlp-e vagaries. The
, ( t t i ..... : i i .... 1 : if . .. to.
I ' - "' mioiiix oi a
t u. ,w,eal i i.nehis. on ol their ar-
i 1... - . ..f .1...
ii.ne,,, me m-,....! u, 1.1. ,
lemoii .11 iv 1,1 nor eon. inissioners 01
t h ree states - New Yolk. Ohio and
M.is-achu-'et ts. It so happens that
in all of them' states the labor com
missioner i a tlcmorrat and all of
t lem ha ve sii bin it led re 10 rt s wh it'll
show that the McKinley law has
proven beneficial to the laborim;
man. These cumin i--ioners did
till because they were hone! d.'lll
oerals a ud va 1 uei I 1 1 1- 1 r ual h nf nl
).,. ,,!,,,. duf. to a nol.tical parly,
l';,,. ma-;e- nl the democratic party
w j 1 1 t hank 1 1 1.--,- honest democrat -
. ir It Mine, the truth t veil tlluiill I
(. M ,,;,, j, - j , ln . , .
I. do not need to turn our laces ,
v.. 11 1,1 t'l'lllOO 1,1 1 I ,,'
iat. We may leave out of the
discu--ioil the whole history ol tile
republican party w h ich i through
thirty yeai the history ot ll'.e most
glorious and the most prosperous
period of the republic. We may
even overlook the record of the
democratic party lor the same time
.i record which they are about to
consider link in .1 a nil unfriendly tu
inen'iun. We need only to tix at
tention n pon t he policy lor the fu
ture, w hicii 1 1 icy hive openly ant!
manfully aowed, to insure tin ir
renewed defeat. Whitelaw K't id.
I'm: MlK'AI.I. has printed no
"scurrilous article" in regard lo
the proceedings which led to til '
Ml hi ic.i I ion of the del in.llen 1 t a
li.-t. Ihi newspaper ha simply
print -.i I r i .-, e ei one oi which
can he pi-t cd beyond the p.isihih
ity ol a ti.nibl II doiihie dealing
men ami cowards are injure I by
the ih-. -o-ure, the I., lilt i tle'ir-,
not o a:-. Til i; 1 1 1.' I. i is sorry
inat such thing-. cmI but i- ict
r -p. ..,-;! ,e lor their ex l i tem'. .
( '. iii!;i-'i ( l l i - ol Alabama,
ha- I'.-Cll I, "p I III : ll I i .- I in spite oi
the t u l t!ial hi r, pol l n- the
1 1 i Ulle - le el -1 r ike W.I - I li I no -, Hl'.l - 'o
lb u !,c, al :c const , : ip e. t - been, -e j
it sh d that protect ' .ii had u i v en
the -Hiker- lb" large-! a;;es that !
he had e er In -. . t . I oi i a
IV Coil M t I
M: l' " ha extended th.
h.r the tree i in p. ,rl at ton
corn Iroai 'he I'nited Stale- p. Nov. nib. r
I I. or until alter our pr. e le ul ia 1
eieci i hi. i ii i - l - go. 1. 1 ne A i r t ne i
we-tern I. It'll let - as w '. 1 a - mull
link lor tile l e , ill . me u pally.
Til I-: democrat - are a i ! hi . ike up
oxer their .'and da!" ior gov ernor,
some ot them are iu lavnr ol accus
ing him of selling out Pi Cue re
publicans. F.V1LSOF THE ALLIANCE.
"Ihe disadvantages hat have
come lo Kan. i as a result of the
format ion of the people's party can
not be ea.-ily estimated. They
amoii.it to disaster. Kansas has
had some seasi in s ol dry weather,
some grasshoppers ami an occa
sional 'boom.' but none ol these, or
all ol them, have proved such a
calamity lo the state as this, its hist
and greatest affliction.
"Most of the people who came to
Kauas. came poor. Many of them
got their lam! by pav ing laml ni'lice
fees, or cl.'Ji' per acre. Put Imd
must be htukcti. hoii-cs must lie
biiill, and stm k lor a beginning
must Hi' lifui'iired. llence.il peo
ple became b. ,rr. .w er. .-nine, , p j r- 'v. id had bet ter t ry ti ! aig otlu-r
order to become i i, h hastily, I line. They will utt. rly fail on
bought more land til. in the needed i the-.'. We recommend them to
and burrowed lit ni. v m p .v mr it. ' aii.-.e a fm luru hupe and a.--ault
Some of the la rm er- lai pn ,! peg I i ; '" i " i ugliehl speech,
gent'y. fell behind and burrowed! """"""
more money To the bonovver ! HOP FOR DELEWAFJE.
muhing is mote eeu 1 i.d than ,: j i'h" t! i sj i,, telle I rum W i lia i it gP m
-"'"I crclil. The fanner-' alliance. I ami. nine ing the arrest ot a slate in
stalling a l-et.eiicept in-ppitii.n ,i- ! ;icer tor rclu-iug leg i-t rat im. b iv-
IP Hi-pop. ica I , -in u l I Ii g p p
ind. bp -due--- and a -lea i ,
term i ned P i 1 It i n i ' - a! P 1
1 ,K'""l) "' lM ""v'' ' c"
'U- V'''i"' """;,;1'1 1 "' :: ' '
"'"rt ""' 'evlaivl that
,!,",' "U'. 0;";1"-' !': ,:!"''
j that m.u.ey ifiple-vviehai!,s and
! robbers. I':;.
i -1''""1'1 '"-.' aiiioipn ul '
j paper, with its stiit'.p up,.,, it. and'
iiiai wt. in., inane ,, emi.t; that it
I t;et all !.e silver iu the
j world and stamp ila cen t-' vv, ,, t !i as
a uoiiai, mat it si, mu, laiud ware,
huuses in whic!i th,. lariuers ciMihP
deposit their products, mid loan
thcniiuoneythere.ui at '' per ecu
per annum; and that it should es-
tablish agencies all over the coun
try, and loan them money at the
same rate on their l.ni'!-. The
in. .in-y t Ii u loa md ;h In he paper
will! the s;..vm Ill Mam,' ami
thai, with thi. th.-v .-a .1. thev
wuul ! pav their d.-h-; am! in -nine
in-tances they added. the
them at all.'
. i.i oou . .....e on ,.. i-n-. ,11111 me
sent live member out ul seven tu
1 l. . 1
"1,1." one , uie f-e.i.ue
1 ne ruii'iiui 01 mese ri presenta- ,
tives in W.i-hin-ton has been a dis- every one of whieh received l'resi
t:r,u e to the bodies nf whi. h they ( .h-nt Harrison's approval an 1 bl
are members, and to tile ft ate which (-,. ;1 iirv, Ilu. t..mu. n tlll.
sent them there. A st ite must be . present democratic coiiere-s with
indeed by thcmen whn.n its people j ;,s ,,Verwhelm i n- southern control
choose to re. recent it. and so Kan- j ,,,, tin d.-aio,-rat ic side. As a result
sa- ha lo.-t its eo,,d name and ii t her.- w ere weeks lollnwine- weeks
11 1 1 it 1,1 1 .11.111.
. . 1 .
I'. irties who base iiiuuev to loan I
tin not care to invest or leaxe it. ' 1
wh.-re such views prevail and sii, h a. ,, ,,,.,., ,.,,,,, .
men rule. Ami when can be e-t i-j i;msl( , v1 ;u a houe with a tl.-mo-male.
I the tlan.ae of the !,,- ol , , c ,,,,j,.rit of lit) I,, ,-un-ider
credit hv a In -"w in " people. 1
j can be estimated the da tu a ge ,!, me j
I ...the people ol K,.Ma on thi
point a lone b v the (or
"i'ci " j
iil now several western ileum
I'ratic cdiliirs are busying them
selves w ith what it pleases them to
present Mr. Whitelaw Kind's record
as a war coi respondent. If they
ha.l had any personal experiences
in the I'nioii armies, or possessed
any closer knowledge of the war
than could be obtained from Cana
da, or through substitute., they
would not have ventured iuln thi
ticld of attack on Mr. k'eid, I'or he
was not only well known iu the
field in the three months service,
mill in both the western ami east
ern armies later; '.nit be was one id
the inot capable and clttcicut ol
theeaily writers from the armies.
II" went mi the held during' the
lighting, went under ii re, -aw what
went tei and told the 'r.i'h about it.
I I ii i p. I . - r i n g officer- did tint lilf
hi iu, but ,'o ; u i u a ' p lei'- who lid not
blunder appreclat-'d him high!.
So did the m-'il. and the i l o i ip- I
Irtend ..f Hie men who -n't -re 1 i,,r i !' 1, -i '.'..' tinlceliug' jocitlar-
ineoinpeteiit oilier. !": 'v!l-! ""lii'-h Cleveland dwelt
T!ie -lory that lie wa driv.i ot;t j "I"'" - mjuries p, ,,. soldier in
of We-t Virginia, by ( '.em r il !.'o-e- hi pension vetoes i- recall. -i!. In
."an-, and -ulj-ep-. in gr--,.t j ' v-'b . . ! ! !:e p.: a ! disability pen
Ir.piiili at on. is nut true He hit'-' ct u'tl.e Furty -lilnth cungivs-.
! th it pari ot the Id of h:. own :
! coi !. Tl;.' -tnrv tin.t he ran aw
!...i!i SI.-l..:, is a- f.T iroi.t true . -
II --'.' 'I"' liu!i ihr.utgh. and
I ' i ' . taking 1 ! i e I I n.-rt!;. v i . c,e
cay the ui.i-t accurate ; : . ' I
CUalph'P' a. 'COUUt
w ll ic! I a ' e ii a re, 1.
inin.-e matter-, end lie- pur ; 1 1 got
tile I. ic. I It our-.- tie.- utiic. p
w I'.o :!es.-rvt d c. ti -in e and r. cciv ed
v.'.. it the fact v.a'ran'e.l. d d not
like Mr. Kei.l, but !ii vet - ion nf iiie j etc ran - ni that gallant baud lliat
light still si, ;vd-. While he was in I rum t !,e -. hp a; nta i u- and valleys
the li.-ld le wa i ll le !' 1 1 i gal de, t en t . 1 1 1 ! . . . !"l - u 1 the flag. I give
deeply i nP't'e-1 i n g. brilliant ai,d.v"!1 ;l ciaiirade's greet in g lud iv.
coi;r,igeuu-ly ti ulhfu!. t ""1 1 h s- y nu. every one. (hid for-
Alter the close of the war he j ix 1 '"' 'lent lene.-s of t hat A unri
wrote " lb.io wi the War." which P l'':" ;" ,!,' 1 ''1" 1 " of prosp. rity
thi.- day remains one of the best ""' ""''y who can begrudge tn any
general books ,,f reler.-nce for the one ul y ou the ju.-t due- ul ;. ,nr
whule war extent. lis generally
valise arise from the fact that the
full military histories of the officers
born in Ohio, cover all the mure
important campaigning of the war.
When the military operation of
McClelhin, (irant. Sherman. Sheri
dan, P.iiell, K'osecran, McHonaid
and many other of the next grade,
are fully set out, it I easily seen
why this is a history of the entire
war. The accuracy of ihe volumes
arise from the fad lhat the official
records were thrown open to Mr.
M..uton. and what wa more, were
con-cier.tioiisly u-ed by him. llein
iht.us who iiisit upon attacking
' piddle. in voters who were entitle,
, to it indicate tie' ea 111 e 1 11 e-s nt th
' v.-.nk vvhi.-h l!ie present r- mbl ic.m
""l";i-"r" 'IIV i Uhu- ' ''!''"'
eware. rude.' 111.-guidance oM le...
era I U i 1 son and Senator 1 1 igg i n , a
mo-t vigorous and elective politi-
caicampa.i'u i-in piogie--. u
l g a P i.al a m J it s.-esses
repgtp. ami i
I movement led
, lair to partake ol the dash of the
notable e.ivdry cimpaigiis of in.
i!..u. I'lie be-t republican
: pidg, s ol the P. lew-are sitiiail.i.l be-
iee that, with p-'oper eiicoura
meul. b. U !i the electoral vote ami
the legislature ni that state can be
secured by l!i" r-a m bbcan. l-'ur
some y ears t h h inucrat s ha v- only
held it by preventing legit imate
; republican registration. If it i '
possible to stop this frail I there1 The firemen are testing the new
will he a republican victory. 1 hose this afternoon.
HARRISON AND PENSIONS I
ti,,. ... . ,,,.,..,.,. i.,.,-,.,,, !
ahmg with its vi i i;ic..H ,n of I 'en- I
i., ,i i...i...- V ; ,'.- 1
. - em in it :,.. ,. ,,..-. i ... t ; p. -
den! (.'lev-eland approved a greater
number ol Pension la!', ihm.
T. e-i. 1-n, 1 larri-un has .'.one. The ,
l-rtx -ninth ami l'.ftv congresses '
2 private pension bills,
( f these -.h were veloe.l either bv ,
. " '
nn-s,,-e ,,r t.y J.oiket i nc. and L'J7 I
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.... . ...
jU. repnhlu'ail I'nn -ress
na-seil I :77 t.riv-.i,. .......i,,.. l.lllj
neii no private l.eiis ion biil con hi
.,1 . , ., :.i ,:, ,, :,. ... ,
lun-e, av ii.iilMiie nf belli"'
bill- to p.-nsiun uld oldier. It
v. , ,,, i - ,, .,, j , ,-; v , , , t . M
night i.l the session that the house.
iu a panic at the pension record it
would h.l e Itiii beh ire 1 1 ie ci m n t '-
I w uti, sho i it-it tn.i t.iiis into the
; hopper and a). proved them iu I "mi
minutes. Imt. with till this reckless
baste to make a record, the first
se.ion ot tin-1-i I ty -second con gress
enacted oulv V.'.'.i private )ensiou
bill. ihe.-e became laws with
President Harrison's approval.
I". imp are this UH hills with the M'.i
nl the first scssi.ui nf the b'i fty-lirst
cuiigress ur eveti w ith the 717 bills
which became laws at the fust
session nf ihe democratic I'iftieth
congress, and it is seen who is tu
blame for the apparently lewer
number of bills appiuved by Presi
dent Harrison. Yet. unless the
second session of this morc-than-a-l
ihiou-i'iollar congres makes the
number of wortiiy pen-ion bill
less tii, in ten. President Harrison
will .-Ii!! h ive approved more pri-
ate p- nsio:i bills Upm ,r Prcsi
dent t.'!eve!ati, in hi. tull term.
I'lies. !ac!s are stated becat:-e
Ihe i'.i up. era's -ceie, in-i-tent abotU
ne hgiire- seen super-
si iu. i; at hiiiplre,!-. ol
I I e-n - ioa.'i v. i e i vcr
! ,",'!"",, ""' 1 I'nts until i're-i
! ""' "'"'-:l -"-1 ll- !"l' :"le iiiege thev s,,!iv sent
-I'-"' peu-:uii I.i!! pa.-d b;. l he r a way. I'l c,,' I ,- am !,, ,r,'i i,-.- ,,-c
j !,"''',I',; I i it v - .1 1 -1 congri - -. 1 .: real wi - dnni in ad i u.-t ing di I ical. '
! i '-!.. i i.'-.u -nt tlarn
I '" ''''' a -olipels l'" 11 11 'oil
' - ' I-"IC Ii IP ...
I' New Yoik. Heie
111 1 '
h": d th-- ii','.:,- .-peec!i ip- ma "p-:
" And now. e.-mrades of the ( Iran 1
rn:y -! th" Ivejiuhlic. -nr. iv ing
hard serv i
!ViR BLAINE IN THE FIELD.
The appearance of Mr. P.laine's
letter is a most significant political
event. 1 1 stten gt h i t w. .fnld. Its
statements ami arguments will
take fast holt! of the minds nf the
country, ami it will furnish indis.
pitiable prutif that republicans are
thoroughly united for the National
campign. Mr. Plait's interview
diuvvsthat the New Yuri, leaders
are in line tu iiure victory in that
state. Mr. P.laine's prode ma! it up
fur such it r-.-dlv is -hi a wider
rang", -ipee le.v American-, if any ,
have ev.-r had a l.lore nipl'.eiui;.
icr-ona I full low i ug.
Like ev er;, tiling w hich he writ.-', j need to put the seal of the govern
III" p apt r i- i lear an I -Hep g. I ipeul in proper condition to resist
I. very vo'e-r who can rea l or Pi
whom it i read can understand it.
I ll this respect, both the letter ot
President Hani. m and 'hat ot Mr.
HI. line are models and marvel..
Mr. 1. atii" .- explanation ,, recipmc-
itv w ill aid many speaker in pre-
sentiug it to the M.lers. It is not
cimlu-ed or wrapped around with
, , ,,. t : ..s , ,, ',,-,. i1:,, v, i, ,, ',
democrat ic workers hold up p. the.r
Iln e ',.,., .,., ,, , p-om pre lie:,. 1 ; i . g
. ;, i p ! ietu'es. lii statement of r-'.-ulls
ie.,u.,ily clear. It ha in . ease,!
..,t,.,nal bu.-ine-s to a point
,p.v, bet. ire reaclied ii
ll uiir h.sPirv.
It will be interesting to tii,.
democratic speaker. wre.-tle with
' n,,. ,,int he est.ibli-he. tli.it their
,, id.-ni . .rly ha-. h-erled .1 ..'iferso'i
an! repudiated ! I ' la ri If u.s i t i on .
Iu-!iort. it will be inteii'siiii"- to
ub-erve the process by which tin y
will attempt to meet th is furm i.labie
at raigument. b. i a ducument
wh ich will do veoinau service
throughout Ihe campaign.
COED L'CAIICN IN THE WfcST.
The ,,.,:,,. . l t ;. i.m:,.-
the higher educatinil is further P
.',cie. I ie tl. ,i ....... ,,f . l, ,t
!'...! ,,.,! ,'.,.. ...... t,..'i
I'll li b' 1'. Tllwiugin the Octobel
Harper's Mamhie. Tl... l,,..t ,'...
Ullcrttial training to he had Lv ami
for womi n as well as men It.unv
be said that cocducatiun was '
n, ressitv of a neeessit ,-. Co-oliica-
tion jiros-,- trotn povef.v. The
people wi le deteimiiied tl'. itlheir
daughters should havo as eoml an
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it., .t,i,. 1,1- lint. :-w;i. 1 urn
pt rses d id IU 1 1 .1 1 hi w t he i r f nil 11.1 i 11
culleges tor each; they therefor
loundetl colleges for botl;. lath
state tiniversitv pi edu 'atioii b
hae'l on a ditferent principle. The
tmiver.-ity is a part of the system
ot public education. Therefore to
exclude one sex would be an in
justice as grave a to exclude one
sex from the grammar school.
The college for both men aui'
women represent, with certain co
,-picuous exceptions, the type. 1
the whole country lour types oi
woman's education a relate, 1 to
man's are now made clear separate
ed ti cat ion. co-ei luc.it ii in. co-ordinate
education, and the annex. In the
cat separate education is the rule;
in the west, co-education. The
annex method has its most con
spicuous illustration at Cambridge.
The system which I denominate co
ordinate consists in a college for
men and a college for women as ;
part of a university, each having
its own faculty antl buildings, yet
the members of the two factiltie
of the same departments inter
changing work, the students sepa
rate in respect lo recital ions, y et
being iu the same grades and
studies. This system his its first
eminent example in the Western
Keserve I'niversity of Cleveland,
and it seems to unite the advan
tages of co -education ami of sepa
rate education without the disad
vantages of cither. Throughout
the west ihe mclliod of co-education
is probably inure popular wit I j
the people a educators than as
parent.-. Tip- colleges for women
in Massachusetts ;,ntl New Yoik
receive a large share of their
students from the vve.-t. The
scholar-hip nt the girl brought
into compel it itiii with bov, is, of
course, as g.aid as that nf tin buys.
It i certainly Hue tli.it girls put
inure ct msi'ience into their work. If
student- in c i-ed ucat ioual institu
tions are pr,,ne p become In..
deeply iuleic-led iu each other
an I girl in c, .liege ;le Ml, l,.,-.
,'harming to bov than .-i.-l ,mi ,,l
' aaiiti '-. '.: v.ouhl be ra -!i tu ,-ay
I ind ill" co etlpcatioual ly pe is icr-
; i.tatp-ut. 1 n Ihe opinion ol a few it
is a trans, ent P.rm
1'oveily. and will pas. away vvilh
the condition vvhi.'h gave it. birth.
I n the opinion of others it repre
sents the hig-he-t and best ty pe.
A BALEFUL ECONOMY'
Tl e reduction by the democratic
house by nearly one ha I f of ihe ap
propriation to prevent the spread
of contagious disc i-es j .seriously
embarrassing 1 he treasury depart
ment, by making it difficult to
undertake work on a greater scale
than the fund to which it is now '
limited allow. The secretary, how
ever, intends to authorize every ex
penditure found tu be necessary,
and will find some way to pay the
expense. What makes the matter
utterly inexcusable on the part of
the house is the fact that notice
n. id been received by the western
world that cholera was on its
march from Asia when the appro-
I priutiou wa.; reduced
The same -hort-sightcd policy
was adopted in regard to the city ol
Washington. The appropriations
for the health department were cut
-o luw that it i now impossible to
give the cil v such a cleaning as il
a plague. The health officer finds i
himself utterly he'iplcs in the
present emergency. It is bad
enough to fail in provide means tn j
guard against contagion at pp. 4
j point, but it is a monstrous over- '
i sight to neglect tic Nation, d capi
j tn 1. si nee, i n ru e ol a vi-itatioind
! clndera. the -ii,teriii" and ,i,..,n,
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I those who might be v ictim ;.,! ,
i , bei r friend. but the whole
I p -, a. h i per ' ol Pie nnPlie !
I w, ,nld be unavoidably deranged.
, There may be a v ei .
i y .'I'i'iiiii s -i,e ti
th, is i-lpp.iernt .lemoer.il I
'.'lit: Lincoln Herald sav that
Judge f ield i a political bruis, r
I he l.ineulu Herald is not the onlN
democrat who has made thi dis
WHY SHE WEEPS.
" i n w a Ii the ml. Per l.n iii,"
l!i. Id Waller-nil lie eric -
The -Pit r t il uml.tcs nl re..i an
bull, vi ipe lier vvreiitii ev e-;
fur well she knew lu-r llenrv,
llnvu vrr nniiti rciitiwnril,
I in 1 lirs,' Sl - ro j ii i ti Multi-lie-
Tlirenl v one tliut's rovvncil.
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