The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, April 28, 1898, Page 7, Image 7
April a8, 1898 THE NERBASKA INDEPENDENT 7 CHAMP CLARK'S LETTER He Pays Tribute to a Worthy Democrat. A MAN WHO MADE HISTORY, The Chicago Platform Good Enough For xooo. TEUE JEITEBSONIAH DOOTEINE, Culoncl llaatoa of MlMoorl Teoahad lie hi K. WbH 11 Oppo..a the Kn. larg.m.nt ol IU lUf ular Army la Cim of War th I'r.ald.Mt Should Call for VolauU.r- Why Man KIU Itpre santatl.s If all's Mil Mot udUa lth, iftpsclal WsltIfi-ton Utt.r.J Tlie jgeueral UuynmnUm is that an ex governor of a state iu tho Union most be iu ibo very nature of tblugs"a grave and reverend )lriiur," with half wbitemwl by tho shows of tunny winters an J otber visible evidences of sue. If 11 Mlvr in the gallery, baking down upon 11 full bouse, imbued witb the idoa sot forth iu tbo first siiutumio, werocollwl upon to pick out tboM-Kov-arnors among tbo Members, one of tho lait onus bo would aaleot would ho John Ji. Osborne of Wyoming, for uo ign (it ago appears about bim, On tho flODtrory, bo is not only ono of tho oujigost representatives, but i almost boyisb iu bio looks, lo in a bondsome, prepossessing, intelligent, courageous, clcur beaded, eloquent young man, Ho baa a pant crowded witb tbrilling events Md a future brigbt iu prom loo, Ono of tho inoMt striking soutiinflos Tr uttered 011 thin continent wum de livered by Uomxm Conkling iu tbo grout Republican national convention of ltH0 wben bo wax leading tho old guard, battling for tho old commander, Iu speaking of Orent Conkling said, "Hit it tbo arduous greatness of thing douo. " Bo i Governor Osborne's, A Oreou Mountain boy by birth, bo In not yet 80 yearn old, yet bo in a graduate from a Medirial college, bun practiced medicine, engaged extensively in ruining live took upon tbo pen range, nerved iu tbo Wyoming legislature and an cbuirmau Of tbo territorial penitentiary building commission, an mayor of Uawlins, al ternate to tho Deni(cratio national con vention of governor of Wyoming, wan renominated for governor and de clined, wan a member of thu bimetallio Ifemocratio national committee for tbo tatoof Wyoming in 1800, wan chair mun of tbo Wyoming dub-gatiou to tho national Democratic) convention at Chi cago in IHW, and iu tbo autumn of thut year waa elected to congress, Btatod without adornment, tbo career of tbis splendid young Democrat I well calcu lated to fire tbo heart of every boy in tbo laud and demonstrates tho inurvel oun adaptability of the American cltlmi for gravo responsibility ami for public life. With ouch ripo experience at bin time of life the pride of the Democracy of a nascent commonwealth rich in pos sibilities what may not Governor Ox borne iiopo for in tbo duyit that are to comer One of bl performances particu larly emleared hi 111 not only to tliu poo pie of Wyoming und to Democrat every where, for all men, even coward, ad mire and revero courage and unoon quorablo resolution. When Osborne wa elected governor, the Republican louder of Wyoming, for tho purpose inter alia of stenliiig u Unit ed Htute setmtorsblp, formed a comtpir acy to keep hint out of the govuruornbip until tho Republican governor could is sue certificate of election to certain He publicau cuudidate for tho leuUluture who were never elected, thereby con trolling tho lugiluture and electing a United Btatee enator, but Tli bout lit lil aa'buiiiM o' mltw ami men (Jsiig aft H suluy. The Republican authorities refund to rauva, certify and publLb the voto for governor which howed young ( borue' election. Remember t tit t bo WB tbeiiMily about IM years old. Wbut did bo dor Hubmlt to their kuuveryf Not much, lie n ifnriiitid a tHper wbleh fiiiiil tbo eye of Ihu euuutry upon him. o oaiiviiMod tbo return blmvlf, and when tbo day camo when bl term bould U'gln bad bimaelf iworu t it a governor by a nutary pull lo, Imik a lot of hi geiillo lieplird, prnMlil to tlm ttulo e pi id, tiMik iMMMtMioii of tho guveruor'a titllco ami uid iu it every moitieut, ulgblaud day, fm threw or fnur wtwi. ttiug ami ilee'hig there, until Ilia Mi mi blow over. IU ltnl Iho if' llfttateo of liHitluii In Iho 1"iiiik rtlo iiiuUi(ir, thmly ihwartiug lh hwuie lit RepuUloaulill lhl Unit Thvit Ito ImuhI a pr Uitialiun la Iho h io at lllug frlli Iho (41. and Ibry uiUluvl bl aiibm. Nu Hpub UU l'ltllel fUU vulrM olvelml io Ibal jubH L mUifito by hi bielu (hm Iio I iuh'U Ilia MUlof Iho I'uUwl hUUi lH.wratlt ff l ), ! Ibal. !, al a lluto btu b .! i t lua old wmuh l l kl l( III" h(ii biniwlt IU u a lilt ir nuku , rUeiMl J TiUltiu j.M.i hi wr ltalhif4l It IUt ul. Mvur bvo ndu iho ii.u My f l p a Ht A Ot.VtliiMf tWt in leml Ht!rtl iU III Iho h.'OMi iall and w4i il,uUU4 apUa l'" kit iwi flat IVilnltilr bo U viiulttl li iitk f t tiM Katla A b l4 la ! UMtlUIU t4e0 m H puaavial iiiii II aiay totl mu Mll a aa lHvaltiMal at taqiMo a4whl ftut hi lpt h. Aii( uU luteal bo Mt4t " uiiihI, Ml t'kaliHiaM, la tho t)k MU tV aiolloiHiii en ll ldo of tbo chamber during tbo debt on tbo Teller resolution. 1 have mora recently llituned to tho ipeoch upon tho financial queition made by tbo dUtln guiibod gentleman from New York Mr. Alexander, and I now want to ay that in my bearing iince I terved a a mem ber of thl body there ha not been an argument advanced offering a legiti mate defonae of tbo linglo gold stand ard. Wo have heard our great reform leader mulioioualy traduced, wo have beard our oauws abuied, we have liiten ed to unjuitiflublo prediction of dread ful impending calamltle that will bo fall u after silver i remonetized, but I have not heard a Mingle argument baed on defensible prcmixei, not an argu nant backed up by hUtorical deduc tion or logical reaiwjuiug. "Right iu thi connection, Mr. Chairman, I want to remark that any cause which muat be upheld by ridic ulous untruth or by mystifying half truth can but prove a menace to tho libertio of the people and on general principle, without further argument, merit the stamp of their rlgbteou con demnation. Wo have been told repeat edly that the conservative pcoplo of thl couutry do not want to experiment witb any new financial system during these critical time, a statement which nat urally conveys tho idea that bimetallism 1 something new, Is an experiment. Wo deny tbii allegation. "JJlmetuIlism ha been thoroughly tried and hu never failed to keep this body politio sound in wind and limb. "Wo contend, Mr. Chairman, thut it is uot uecesNury to ask the consent of England. Wo contend that it i extreme Jy unwise to ask tho advice of foreign er who are not iu sympathy with our American institutions upon matters per taining to the welfare of tbo American people. Kngluud, a creditor nation, will never give ber consent. Bhe has always favored scarce and dear money, and when I say this I do not refer to indus trial Kugluud. I refer to boudboldiug England, " Wo know, however, Mr. Chairman, that wo can legiloto value into money. Wo know tbut money bus no value ex cept by legislation; that tho remoneti cation of silver will cnuso it to advance to f 1,2!) per ounce; tbut on soon as it is rmouetl.od one ounce of silver will be worth one-sixteenth of au ounce of gold. We judge tho future by wbut the history of the past has clearly demon strated. We want it to advance not be cause it will benefit tho mine owners, but because it will benefit iltf per cent of tho American people. "To be sure, the mine owners, in common with others, will bo benefited, but this is a matter of minor impor tance. Fifty per cent added to tho value of our silver output will iucreuso the mine owner' income but about f UK, 000,000 a year, while 60 per cent add ed to tho valuu of our wheat and cotton crop will increaw tbo farmer' income on tbeso two product alono not less than $200,000,000 a year. "If the gold worshiper are jealous of our western mine owners, they can go out west and compete with them, " We aro active, we are persistent, and wo have met nothing to discourage us in the work. In the preliminary skir mish of 1800 our duuntles leader poll ed 0,600,000 vote. He polled more vote than had ever before iu tho histo ry of thi nation boon cust for tho pre idcntlul candidate of any political par ty, and thut splendid result was achiev ed notwithstanding tho fact that the wealth of two continent wu poured in here todeprivo the American citizens of their constitutional riht to cust a free und uutramineled Lit 1 1' it. " Ap plause on thu Democratic sido. HouuU Wanting. "To bo sure, wo met witb a tempo rary defeat in that contest, but that du feut only served let 1110 sound the warning it only Nerved to morn thor oughly amulgumute thu coiixeientious reform force of all thu reform politicul parties. Let mo say to the geutlemun further that wo aro today more closely united than ever, and wo have register ed a vow never to ceuNe our effort in thi good work until tho wrong of tho coin imm people aro righted. Applause on thu Democratic side, We won a vic tory iu thut rumpalgu, for we, in the city of Chicago, after one of thu ilercest Htruggle ever recorded iu tho history of American polities, rescued thu standard of Democracy from the band of the trultorou lender who hud so Imst ly prostituted t ltd sacred trust reposed iu them, and today, thank God, coiuM'criitttd anew to the principle so fearlessly up held by Jefferson, lieinotrai-y still live to hies mankind I Applause ou tbo Ikmocreliu side. Itohal Ibal Wu Vlolurr. "We made Iho Issue iu Ibal content, ml thai was a victory. Wo Iuw MUkI upon our lanuer a platform rvoommeitd iug Iho eiiluraeiiieiit of our primary money, protesting aaliul placing lh burden tit U4tloii uiu hu shoulder ol IIiom l-al abU to Ur Ita platform In spirit reiterating Iho word of waru lug ullrl by lmull VUtv, 'Tbo llUrtle of the 1 ile tanuoi long tu dure Iu a country where lit iiu.l.my it tu iviievelrsla wtallh Iu Ibo baud t l the !w. ' "Now, Mr, t'bairioau, in com luio, a Ibal we our la((oim in lw'l. It t Mill our pUifotiit aud ill eouiiiiuM to I out 1 Uifv.mt uuiil tin i t 010 no iti tvsloltol t l Hit D. unity a foefiiluUt for and t y IIo-m e-mnod "V 10 inly ti our UtfttM fimovl Hal t f yen in mit is t ut tiw A null. i iltt h ali4.ly toiui tualvil a vaioloMla f f l ii. iy Hl'otl 1 11 Utl. lO. lUtilbtlWUht l Will tulitll IU ! llU. Iimko to bvap yui at uo u blu, il yotl tstll. but that abuwi u.ly ttioUl.t hiuit bi uuiulliwl .utvituio IU lUmll U U Awnln'i -1 U avMlug b talHtittluif Jvlt.i4i, the of a J , Ibo .tu ! t.f a WiNltf, l tsitl.nl IUe vutUu aM bounty i f an Ai iim l.lmolu iAppUaso uh the iMum lotto si-lo. 1 b v I h uiteg It I a t U dtutuy fiUtok wkitt all Itue Aailau if v try political oreed, of every class and of very section will unite in thanking Ood that there ha been raised from tho common people a William J, Bryan to bless tho common people." Applause on tbo Democratic) sido. This is a long quotation for these let ters. I make it for two reasons first, because it I good stuff for Democratic tump speakers aud editors to salt dowu iu their scrapbooks; second, because witb my large acquaintance witb south rn and western Dutnocrut I am cer tainabsolutely certain that it voices their unalterable resolve not only to in dorse the Chicago platform in 1900, but to re-enact it in toto, word for word, without abating 0110 jot or ono tittlo, aud to pluce upon it as our standard bearer our brilliant aud well beloved leader, William Jennings llryon. ItemoaraU for National Honor. Mr. Chairman Hull of the bouse mil itary committee i a sadder, perhaps a wiser, man. Ho is ono of tbo putriots who believed that any sort of a bill could bo rushed through iu these trou blous duys by labeling it "emergency measure" and shouting at the top of bis voice about patriotism, but bo had hi eyeteeth cut suddenly when ho brought Iu his bill increasing tho stand ing army to about 114,000 men, for that was wbut it amounted to. It pre clpltuted a battle royal between tbo ad vocutesof "the regular army" aud "vol unteer." Tho latter wero championed by the Democrat, 1'opullst and some Republican, and they disemboweled Hull's bill. The Democrats aro willing nyo, anx ious to support any measure to uphold the honor and dignity of tho nation In prospect of war, but tbey can't be wheedled, persuuded or bullied into fas tening a largo standing army on the oouutry to bo used by tho Murk Hunno plutocrats against tho people iu tho presidential election. Among those who advocated volunteer soldiers uouo spoke more tersely or in terestingly than M. K. Denton, a new member from Missouri. It Was hia do but as a parliamentary orator, and he impressed himself ou the houso very fa vorably, Ho bears a distinguished name, being a remote collateral relative of Colonel Thomas Hart Ronton, who, un til Justin A. Morrill broko tho record, was the only man that over served 80 consecutive years in tho senate of the United Btato. In 1888 Grover Cleve land unwittingly made Denton popular by removing him from tbo United Htutes district attorneyship for making a Dem ocratic speech, a thing which every well reguluted Missouriuu deems it bis in alieuublu right to do. Tbo pith of thl speech is: "I am oppoHed to any inoroase in the regular army at tho present time or at any time for any purposo. I believe the true doctrine with reference to tho mut ter wu enunciated by Mr. JelTerson When be said that tho best reliance of republican government wu upon au hon est citiz.cn soldiery. I believe that under tho provisions of this bill tho president of tbo United Btatu can augment the regulur army over 100,000 inon. Now, is there any ueccusity for that? Has it been pointed out or i there any rouson to assume that it doe exist? "I believe if there i to be a war the president should call upon tbo various states for ii,000, 4,000 or 6,000 men from the states respectively, a may bo neccNsury, and which will permit tho governor of a statu to call tbo regiment already orguni.od or tbo national guurd men who have been drilled, who aro armed, uniformed and equipped to go Into the ser vice of tbo United Htatcs aud in thut capacity a voluotner soldier of thu government. Then when thi clus of men i colled out you will find inuu from every city and town throughout thu broad iimitH of thu United titutu to bo tho very best, tbo gamest and thu ablest blood of each neighborhood throughout tho country. Tho lieuten ants, orderly sergeunt, captain, major, ooloncU und other ofllcor are all their own M'luhlmrH, men who buvo grown up with them und been aMsociiited with them In tho ordinary alTiiir of lifa There Is no mun who ha ever nerved iu the army of the United ritute who doc uot know it to bo a fact that men tight uot beoauso of natural bruvery, but bo ouusu of thut spirit of neighborly pride which U in every American beurt when bin neighbor stuud ut tho right and left of him." William Hhukespuiiru, alia Frauci iiacou, nay: Wlmt'i In a nanmf TUnl wtiteli wo call a roM lijf any otto r iisiiin wnultl amell ss svtrmit. Nevertheless there i n great deal Iu si namo or a nickname. It may imply hnuor, a "Old Hickory," for iustauce; or shuiitti.a "Tho Hutehvr of Cullodeti, " a title Kiveu In Iho Duke of Cumber Und; or atTectiou, a "Tbo Little Cor poral, " which tbo French oldlerlovH to call Napoluou; or ridicule, a "Tho Hog," a naiiio iveu to Umt XVIII of Frauco, I luring the wrangle over Halley's res olution rHMuliiiig t'ulmii ludeieiiiuiico Ilia IrrvprvMiblS Jerry MiupMtii of Kan sas ti'i aohrhUtl upon tho lUpublto au majority which fit thiu Itkoaglovo when bo it t rr in Hu in a "thpk u recent riituil.'," llwatau Inspire in u, a palpabU hit, wub h will live iu but -y It wa a srv.il a coup f , r lb Kausau a lh dlscowiy that Gowtuor tiitut . Iha s ll nlil l ihaitiploit i4 Aiutrttau UUr, tai a bat with a U.o.b Uia.ti iiiik,tlouli, U tug IbsUll lautniu and iiijw lv tula auoihvr itm Ul (wit, It amy bao Uiltxl tt make nil pen tin 1 rcMtwtt upon Iba upct loiial uiitol t u-iuetl I u l It not bno st Ibal my im.b i nny bao auiiU IvIsUlO l-t It llctt MiM IU at lU'Mt' Nui tta to w tu lb Iioumi om our IU will tmr .acto it m aid at Mr Km 4 Ittpublkau Hiahiiiy Slot bet (Moat f J.iiy'ttliarMIatlMtl I low "iMfiHwultaib " SMALL HAPPENINGS, An investigation has shown that John Myers, county rlerk, and John Ktout, county trciitturer of ThurHton county ure abort In their fiwount Myero' ehortiige i $952.14, while 8touta uliortiige einounU to $1,2:)3.)3. John Wiuuunuker auya ho will con tinue to 1 my the regular salary of any of hi employe who muy miliat, and $l.(M)0 to their fuioliies if they are kill ed in a war with Hpaln. Hundiiy, the jowdcr work at Hantn Cruz, Culifornla, sbippctl 100,000 pound of jHiwder eiwt. The state band at Hustings hnu been muitteicd Into wrvlce im the accond regiment bund N. N. O. The cltlwim of luKtiiiKi rnlwtl over $A()0 for the purchiiHc o. muHlcal inatrumenta and equipment. Hon, J. N. (in f 11 of KuunderH wa seen in thl city Haturdny. Ho nH)i-t crop condition In Haundera county ex cellent. J In luiH 40 iwrea of hiiiiiII grain and 75 Here of corn which he I tak Ing rare of without the asMlHtniico of a "hired innli." Furmer (liillin ileelln ed to bit "Interviewed" on the politi cal situation, The Oi mid Ian government I giving crlou coiiMltlenitlon to a projK'wltlon to own mid operate such portion of tho Klondike gold Held 11 are on the Ot-nndhiu Hide, Tho contention is that 11 th mine belong to the wbolo peo ple they hIiouM bo oiM-ruleil for their benefit, OingreMsinnn H, 1', lilatid, of MIhmoii rl, ha Introduced a bill rovhllng for the Inioieilliilf- colnngc of the seignior 11 ge of the itilver bullion piircluotc In tMirxiuinee of the Hhermiin net and the iNHlie. of silver certified If (hereon III ml vii nee of the colnngc of the bullion, Thl would make Immediately avail able over I2,000.000 for war puriioHc, Tho jxipullHt statft convention of North Carolina will Ut held at Raleigh, Muy 17th. The flrxt, move of tho American wire truwt, lifter getting jmwmcmhIoii of all thei fiM'forlcN, wn in mi a thirty day inrtlce of a reduction in wage of from il to 30 per cent. The investigation of the city officers of l'hihulclphiu In showing that munlc pel ownership of the water plant full ed there because a prlvut corporation paid the olllecra to no munngtt it that it would full, "WnrH and rumor of wars" do not interfere with the. working of linn mi' literary bureau, Tho western and southern mnilH are loaded with matter bearing the frank of the Ohio senator. Free Pleoicai Treaiment for VeaR men Who Are Willing to Pay When Convinced of Cure. A scientific combined medical and mechanical cure ha been discovered for " Weakness of Men." Its success has been so startling that the proprie tors now announce that they will send it on trial remedies and appliance without advance payment in any hon est man. If not all that is claimed all you wish send it back that ends it pay nothing I Will No sttch offer wa ever made in good faith Ik-fore; wo believe no other rem edy would stand such a test. 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Idrrr Ihltoih rl.ic Irmit bthtr tliltitt'ii dtilt f, o in I lie Mil Ilium ulre I mu iii r I,, 1 urn I l linn ami Itml 1 ,im I ,t ,.iim i,l Itulr aiMMia llin ln - I I. ,11 i.u ( ,t.r ,1 , t m I . I, a it . I, tu ii l Nt ol, HI l.ti., M, I hiiii III : w Mi ki I. i l ill ;uh 1 It., t.! I.i . II lit ki t lii I fir i l.t..l anil 11 linn al ol, tri" ami m. lh'il f' Hi lotiti.l lMt, nti rvillH. t I I m im . HMO I ol tt-it' lo iiritti t aiiuiott waUli ol ttti t nilfl 'irl,t I. H ill I llUllti ol Nut lb Mlflttll. M ; ti 11 iWti mil Im rl mi attt i.f iMir I lit. Imlii Waling I M floltl llt all lOilrvN sltrr I , '- cn,-rr olnliiiii al to II 1 m , Ml i lii ,iil lit t (i. m lirl tU, r. l.'On tl t,i iimi t 1 l.i nf , ! l I all tn or aitrv J , I aUltiiH, s I, rubral ts-vei. 1 1 1 Attain Ml , I nr. III. 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