The Nebraska independent. (Lincoln, Nebraska) 1896-1902, August 25, 1898, Image 1

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Wealth Makers and Lincoln Independent Consolidated.
VOL. X.
LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY AUGUST 25. 1898.
NO. 15.
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Di) no 1 1 to ni? mm 1 11?
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iiiuiiimo ui
"Euginofg Mon's Association" Cir
cular Sent Out in the Cam
paign of 1801.
GOOD READING AT PRESENT
Disaster end Ruin I'rodicted ua a
Result of PopullHt Vlotory
in Nebraska.
Every I'reitlclloii i'roven n Ma,
Four yi-HM ago populism in Nebraska
vi nit mii experiment insofar iih conetTiiod
tain government. In ninny counties,
however, tint loicc of reform had been
in power for a sufficiently long limn to
determine tin Ir sucrlorify over t ho re
publican parly in all Unit pertains to
(food government; but in it great many
of tlMM iisltm counties of the state Mm
republican hubit hud bcnoum almost
chronic. For thu first tiimi In thu his
tory of populism in Nebraska, it had
the loyal support of the real democratic
party on a port ion of I In' statu ticket;
tblx wu the beginning of luslon. It had
also lh support of a large contingent
of tho bet ter clement In the republican
purly for governor only I h republican
oomincu being distasteful to nil patriotic
republicans wlio knew IiIm record. The
-outlook for at loust purtial populist
success was bright.
'J'lit'ii it wu Unit renegade democrats
joined bands with tho lawless element of
the republican purly mid, forming mii
alleged society with Hi' pretentious till"
Of "Till' JIllHIIH'MM Ml'lj'H Association of
NYhriifkn," sent out many hundred
thousand oirru In to the rent business
men throughout I In statu, lu view of
what bus occurred in stale politics and
state government since 1ND4, Hi Inter
esting at Hi in I mii) to read (hat circular:
"THU Ul'HINKHH MKM'M ASSOCIATION
"oKNKMICASKA.
"Omaha, October 18,1894.
"Nebraska Prosperity i'uruiuount to
"I'urly Polities.
"To f Iih Voters of Nebruska:
"Four years ago proinbition threaten
ed tliH prosperity of Nebraska. The
business men of Omaha and tin Hint,
without regard to party affiliation, then
unit t d in u determined effort to ward off
th danger, and, lori ly through thoir
efforts, prntiibilion was defeated.
"Toduy Nebraska It tbreitened with
populixt domination. An businessmen,
regardless ol parliMan politic-, wt auiu
unite to avert the blight and business
depression which the supremucy of pop
uIihiii would entail upon our scute.
'Our character, reputation, credit and
business relation as a state ar duter
inincd by our acta and conduct a a
body. If wh collectively act in accord
wiili unsound or dinhnnHxt buiiies
principles, if we favor repudiation of our
debts, or evidence a ileHiro and intention
to h-gis lain iu unfair hostility toward
our creditors, we ahull receive, an we
ehall ili'Merve, the condemnation of the
bu-ilieHH world. In hucIi event all creii
itore would refuie to mnk new liimi
and to extend i lie tune of tlioe already
Hindi. ( npitiil woul I diHi'ontinii" liu-o-un
relation with our Hlate, Tim di
velopiiieut of our reHouicew, tlioKron tli
of our imliiHtrieN, the eiteiiMion of our
commercial relritioiin, n'l will meet with
midden not liiNtiiii; check if once (Iih io.
iile uf (lie Ntnt elect the poplllint ticket
Ohd I lilM xlioiv I lieinwl Ve In nVMipiitliy
with I he deMHralH and iliiM're.l.ie.l d(M'
triui'M id thoHM lm oH'iily avow tliem.
MIVeM (lie i neinv (ll I'ipllal.
' (hi in t Weriion day the citiin of
Ni b uka will atiuid at the pirnnn id
tlieun. (liirnciD then will iiianifeMi
our tiiMit urn in recpet t to inir Iiiihi-
lieu oblUUlMMlH. Wh llieii enroll our
iH'lvee i ll h r III lilVur ol mill nd liilll''
prinelii'en or in oip'iil lull (herein 1 1 y
nur vulea on I hat il'ijf indloum t i I Iih
tiuUifa wiiild our diameter aa a atat',
and our re ululuiii will lei iioide or
murreil nii oidiiirf to the witdoai or tolly
ul our i hiiiiv.
'I h iiiipurlaiiiM id lh aiiutiuii can
Ont l over lalniiiitixl, I'lirouhimi the
UilMa it litera id our euunil t he o
Ihill td our alttle wid Iw eliiMiy Watt he I.
tlwaiWtatata olttvra Ml ahoit lh
tualnraa Winhl haa Mo nil. HdniM-e, ttnd
(ator the unaioiMl, rdnal and unaala
thmiiira ol 1 1 Kittlit, a lUervtt
Jri (roai the aii lha l.irvia eip lal
hara, an I d tar all lr.nn lyrlar '.M
Vp I lie Mia aiuxtK a.
'Tnai.nl lha rulat h ka ia 1. 1 di
rwlit ,St ra la lha iih l lha our d.
ll la Hi pfH Unit IImI lltiHW a In t..i-l
tii Ika r bililii to m 1 1 1 1 araiulba
inHii In imr i.iiii,iii.nli, a la li
iiiara iilr'tiv, Hi ula I iur
plMl In ikumi tair ahin.ka id
aluva, la nar Mtaa td luu.rai, ,i
tiaa l.i4 tuna loaa d tin I or Iiim
Ida to i li'aie, l.t uiaka i Kattta tit oar
Ula a tiftl ol r Mat, 4 I In
Witk kaaaaa au I tilut,u Ilia aa
Itoiiaium tJ Utt 11m im.miI t.afdittt4
U'a la k I uiuw.
In ft hii.K'flaaa, .t
r u 4 Ida utvi td lkiUta
uva aaaclota, aowval tuMnt Miiaa
'11. la'ilKH ll ay, lhrtag4
tk Mlltil, I'larla U Ilia HML:t!jr
ll IMaaf t ,N. Mwaa. lit
a.wlatta la , Kita4. k Va,
I Id ! di m attr,oli(
ta aaM fttiaral, a.
Kiimi xtBvtt.te k tiaa a a ad,
Ike itia.r, il.aiiiaaa rJil4 ky tl
ta-mairial HtMltl,
HVk e N.ktraakft, tr'
llii aHNociiitioii, call upon it citizen to
aid in Huh einlcnvor to detent populiHin,
n nd lliernliy uphold uud pri'Hwrve the
credit ol our Htute.
"liUHINKBH MKN'H Ah'N OK NkH."
Follow Iiik the MlKlillture to tliiecircll
I ii r are thu iinuie of aevernl hundred
prominent buinem men of Oinuliu, re
pulihciin poliiiciiiii and ollleo holder of
l)oiiu;lu county and Omaha. Out of
the KiK"ner i today nerviiin u Iouk term
in the Nnbrankii peniteiitiiiry for apply
liiK too widely hi "Hound'' bueiuim
pniiciplea, not "repudiated by the com
inercinl world."
Notwlthwianilinir thla united anil de
termined effort to defeat the populiit
ticket, Jii'Iku llolcomb managed to pull
thronuli with a comfortable umjority
over lii blue-Mlilrted opponent; tint the
remuiuderof the ticket went down under
an uviilniiche of me ii do democratic vote,
'l oo much pruine uauaot be accorded
Ih one Heviiriil tliounaiiii republican who,
following under the leadernhlp of i'M
ward It 'Miwater, voted for u clean man
for (iovernoi'. Had Governor Holcomb
bin a delcnied ill 18!) i, it in poMible that
the l.viiiK Hiiiteni.nl of the circular
above quoted iniht never be rebutted.
In lMOd the democrat m, llioroiiifhly
purged of their "aiHtaut republican"
iih'iiieiit, htiindiiiK upon a national plat
form no nearly populiHtio that none but
upopuliet could detect the difference,
joined hand with their populit breth
ren in a determined effort to rid the uhlp
ol l die ol republican barnacle. Joined
wlih both were republican who could
not follow the republican will-o'.the-wip
their parly beguu InllowiiiK ut Ht. Loum
that yeur.
The tate victory kiI""(1 by tho allied
force of reform mid ood Kovernuient in
too recent lo be forgotten, l'on' rva
tive republican and democratic buHiueeH
men of Nebraku who iu 1804 hoiietly
believed III the aialemeuta and predic
tion made in the quoted circular, may
now indulge in a quiet lauuh at their
own credulity and Uud much food for
thought by reading it ovei ouaui care
fully. JutiiHiti 18!), "NebraHka'i proaper
ity I paramoiiiit to party politic."
"Today Nebraka m threatened with
populmt domiiialinii," but buiueH men
who do legitimate burducHH are not
frighteiieil. They do not fear t he ' blight
and budiii'H depreiou which the hu
pteinncy of populiaui would entail upon
our elate." They know that populiHin
ha "blik-hted the buineoa" of diecnuiit
ingMtute warrant; but thoHe who bid
on nuppliea for Htnte iimtitutionn kuojr
that every dollar in state warrant they
net in exchange for their good will nut
them over 100 cenu. Tbey know it ha
"blighted the biiHine"ol drawing otata
money on bogu cbiiuiM; but no houewt
buiue man deeirea to do that. They
know it ha-i ciiued "deiirewhl in" in the
"biiHiiie" of leueing achool land to po
litical republican peta and allowing the
rental to no uncollected; but the real
buinean men do not delineate the de
DreHsion. becauee it mean lighter school
tiiXeM. it va not the reputation of the
elate which wiih in danger, but the repu
tation ol many a republican wa "at
Htake." mi later kevelooments have
ehown.
l'araibraing tho words of tho circu
lar: "To elect the populimt ticket m to
dmcredit the republican party in the
eve of tliHworlii;" that wa true in 18U-4
and IK'JIi: it ih true today, la one
neimo, NetiriiHka barely did eneape being
diacredited ill the eyea of the world be
caiiHeof the election of the populit
ticket: 1 hat election exported reputilican
corruption, extravagance, thievery, nml
inabditv to ad m in inter good uovern-
iiieut; and it wanouly the brilliant and
lioneat character of populit administra
tion which uvrirted tlie danger.
Some "eiiterpne" hav been dicour
11 lied. Iti not poaatble now to deliver
ii Hlate iiinlitutiou mix car load ol coal
and collect for ten; but reputable coal
dealer do not Had their Im-iiie ".Ii
cournged" tweauae of that fact. The
t ratlin ill ailver ink aland at 10 each,
paper laatu.-r by the linn Ir-1 th ina i i'l,
aiijuMtabln pocket tih-ar at $'.' per doi.,
hIh. I hii by I lie lilliiibed grH, and red
ink la In! of two doi'ii ipiari. lot
been ilijiirxd llllder the pupilliat adlUHIU-
tratioii; toil ill real Iiuniiih. men, who
pnv for thean Ihnm lliruuyli filiation,
will hardly eoiuplaiu. No 1 2,000 pur
chite id old 1'obbey atatuea lot Ixi-ll
Held" b. Iherelorm adaittiiatraMiiii; a
tlie Stale Journal mill bvna lo be uuoul
liiiiiulita and ileaiiM'rata,
' I'mxr-aa," ill ainnu llllea, ban bmn
"au.pelidiil " rrojreaaive ril!i.ry of,
lliplir.tlll'e e.iillpilll'ia, under Ilia aulx'lil
ul bor.lv, and ecui Iruiii piinuliineiil
under Ilia pret. jl td "un aUlloirity,"
liM Utt "aUaaUet " I'fmtreaa III
alaabarf !' liirHaa"" of Ih" i lo.il t'hd
ilrni id Niirak4 baa U-ea "au.
-i,d"l, but ainmn Ika iuiieaa man ul
N tuit.lt t ara k a'd no niuriHroig4 id
dixHlulfut b t'a id t heaa ul a i'B.
V.ilira til N. I.'ai-lia. ra I taa flri nlaf
tV-r tuirw uiulr, jmitilVr taf lha alala
luaala, lliva ! up lha rrvttrd wad m
ku Ilia pifl'i'llnua id Ihrw a. i.l. I la
rofhl bala tna fa B'ta-I. V'a n il
(m lul I anuliar lhiu thu lad, .lad jua
Ul aut ba dHn.l au ft
lnouoj (tll !',
.Ih4. Vb, ,4 IT
DELINQUENT TAXES GROW.
Increase in School Moneys not Due to Pay
ment of Taxes but to Honest
Government.
The Facts From the State Records.
Ever adi.ee the publication of the facta regarding- the enormou Increnno
in the temporary school fund under populiMt muimgement the republican or
gnu over the late havo been put to their wlt'g end to devUe Home scheme
by which Uiey could break the duuioainu; ell'eet of the atutcmeut upon their
"'The'repiibllcnn pnrty prophetledim n reHult of popullat admlnlatratlon
a complete overthrow of the nUite'ii credit, ruin to our lnilutrlcii and
wrecked homes. Instead of its predictions the stute bus niudet better
progress than ever before, its credit is higher than ever before, iu homes
more happy nnd its schoi . better suntnlned,
Unuble to face their own falsehood of their own predictions, unnble to
deny the facts of the great Impr vemoiit of nil state ulTuIrs under populist
control the republlcun orguni liually resolved upon a gllttei ng Hank inove-
"ienTHIS WAS TO ADMIT A..L THE FACTS OF IlETTEtt STATU 00V
FIINMKNT, HUT CLAIM THU CIlliOlT THli.MSLVKS.
In pursiinn: to this plan the Lincoln correnpoudents of the republican
paper were Instructed to whoop It up for McKlnley and general prosperity,
and assert thut all the Increase in the school funds wus due to higher prices
for grain caused by the I ingley bill (forgetting to even mention poor little
Joe Leiter, who broke his buck try Injur to boom the price of wheut.)
ThcHe fellows have been persistently shouting that the payment of de
linquent taxes wus the cause of burger state school apportionments,
and of course the payment of delinquent taxes was caused by McKlnley
prosperity. "
An examination of the records lit41ie state house was made for this pa
per. The records show thut instead Of the delinquent tax - being decreused
during the yeur 1807, they nclnully increased ncurly $10,0001
The dcta'led statement of state taxes uccured and puld is given below.
Jliltiff on the next campaign lie.
COUNTIES.
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Adams I 10.841.84 $
Antelope
banner
lllaiue
10.8 kms
lioone Jl.l03.H7
llox Uutte
lloyd
Drown ....
liuffalo ....
Hurt
Butler ....
Cass
Cedar
Chase
Cherry ....
Cheyenne .
Clay
Colfux ....
Cuming ...
Custer ....
Dukota ....
Dawes ....
Dawson ...
Deuel
Dixon
Dodge
8.285.05
1.440.80
4.0(14.80
21.203.19
17.3fi8.0l
13.B;3.22
29,2s4.11
14.lH0.70
8,0()0..15
8,877.88
8,174.43
17,3)6.93
12.Sui.48
17.34S.04
13.lS3.C7
10,7,;7.53
7.7;,4.03
11.3J0.14
8,144.70
10.978.28
22.5u.C9
Douglas 103,200.89
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Fillmore ....
Franklin ....
Frontier ....
Furnas
Gage
(iurlield
(iosper
Crant
(ireeley
Hull
Hamilton ...
Hurlun
li,iyes
lliielu'oik ..
Holt
HooUrr ,
Howard
JflTei nun ....
Jitliiikini . . .
Krjinty ....
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3,74.29
18,7i).05
7.2:14.30
7.1S5.85
10.7u5.77
30,717.51
1.5-.5.47
4.5.0. 16
I. 517.23
0.5h;j.C8
18,5 15.75
11.(1,12.62
8,4)2.54
3,0.'().C3
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10.8V1.50
0I.S3
0,010.50
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10,847.39 $
10.140.54
1,233.48
05.87
11,801.38
4,277.32
1,790.47
3,000.24
22,177.33
17,303.40
18,331.20
28,700.55
12.502.C2
2,828.21
7,933.15
7.887.05
17.G74.20
12.879.08
10,584.18
11,327.01
11.516.25
9.852.71
11,927.12
5.125.32
10,079.19
23,278.71
140,801.11
3,410.71
19.187.59
7,649.77
7,703.72
14.3H5.40
37,085.00
1.243.36
0. 153.89
1.301.20
C.397.43
19,511.70
13.101.07
9,208.47
3.0S1.75
4.9S0.39
13,294.10
43.31
10,143.73
18,173.39
14.073.04
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3.7;i!i.71
8,004.87
3,71.01
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09,639 91
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790.99
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700.80
1,850.00
481.54
415.47
577.87
3,589.72
908.15
8 19.38
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297.58
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Tli New Ooltl rirlils
KALAMA.OO.Mlch., Aug. 24. Mrs.
fleorge Bperr,' has recleved a letter
from her husbund, who Is at Kkaguny,
Alaska, slutlng that three men struck
u new gold field twenty miles east of
Luke Tuglsh, three months ago, and
huve taken out $100,000 in gold. They
were then discovered by rullroad en
gineers, and 2,000 men huve left other
pliiecH for tho new llelils, whlcii me
fifiecn miles vida and thirty long, the
bed of nn old lake. The Kuluiimoo
hustlers camped within Ueea miles
of the new nnd rich 11 ml.
ICslaiiil tlm our! 7
WAKHINUTON, Aug. 24. (Associat
ed Press lek'gram.) Atnbossador Hoy
lu a cublcgruiu to the stats department
received this iifternoon, suys thut the
Hiltish iroveriiineut has directed the
governor of Hong Kong to accept Ad-
iiilrul Dewey's application lor per
mission to dock and clean ships at
Hong Kong.
TROOP MOVEMENTS REPORTED
SECOND NHHMASKA IflCLUDF.D
TUa Commlaiarj. Su.tlf ,Iiol lo II
Uuvad Kroai Olialtaiionga Is
lluutafllla, Alabama
Chlcksmaugga, Aug. 24. (Special
telegram to independeuti The Eighth
Musauohusetts, Twelfth New York and
Twentt-flrst Kausus, left camp Thorn
us toduv for Lexlnirtou. Us., wliers
the troops will be cuinped until fur-
llier orders,
The First Illinois cavalry Is expected
to leave early tomorrow morning for
Chicago, arriving thero by Friday
might,
The commissary supply depot which
has been at Chattuuoogu for several
months, will be moved to UuntsviiJe,
Ala.
Among the western regiments In
cluded In the mustering out orders
issued today are the Fourth, Seventh
and Ninth Illinois, One Hundred and
Fifty-seventh, One Hundred (Sixtieth
and One Hundred Sixty-first Indiana,
Fifty-second Iowa, Twenty-second
Kansas, second Nebraska, seventh am:
Tenth Ohio, Fourth and Fifth Miasou
rl. First Ohio cavalry, Twentieth lud
iana battery, Fifth and Sixth Iowa
batteriea and the First butalllou of
Ohio llirht artillery.
A special from Philadelphia says
that a hospital train left that city this
morning for Fernandina, Florida, to
bring home the sick soldiers ol the
Third Pennsylvania, volunteers.
Tha Oriler laaaar! Yesterday
A special from Washington, dated
yesterday evening, says: "Adjutant
General Gorblu today issued an order
for the Second regiment, Nebras.
volunteer Infantry, now at tamp
Thomas, Chickamaiiga, Ga., to break
camp and proceed to Omuha, there to
be mustered out of the service ol lue
United States. It will probubiy be a
week or ten days before Coloiiel Hills
regiment reaches Omaha. After arm
ul in Omaha a few days will be con
sunied in straightening acc'ounts.such
as the return of arms, equipment, etc
will be set at
after which the men
liberty to return to
their various
nun
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CAMPAIGN MOTE
Hopubllonn National Commlite
Preparing to Flood tho
Country, 1
THE TARIFF MAY BE DROPPED
Back of Japan Increases Its Hold
ing of Silver and ia
Criticised.
Uaneral I'artf Maws,
I l'niiil' I'nrtf Hurts,
I si, l
buum, Ma,, Ails' ill.
Tim republican oongressloiinl commit-
tiie, with hiiftd(pmrtrs at Washington,
1), (J,, lias been flooiiiid with apieals for
literature dining ll)o hint week. During
the campaign of '0(1 this committee sunt
out U 1, 01)0,000 campaign documents
and employed over 'JM chirks, Most ol
the latter were government employes
who had been given luavs of absenee on
full pay, and there is no reason for
doubting that tho samn plan will be
adapted this year. Cluiirinnn Hancock
reports that (ho greatest number ol
calls are for literature pertaining to th
war ami such imilM as will throw light
upon tha tariff as it now stands,
Tim iiiIiMIii of I lis road purtnrtht
populist party lu Cook county, Illinois.
split so wide open and with such a re
sounding roar st the nwnt convention
thut the police had to be culli'd In to
prevent bloodshed, Two scpurat
ticket warn gotten out.
Charllu 1'almnr, chalrmnn of ths tnld
(lln of the road populists In Illinois, has
isMijfdacull for a ineetlmr ofullstaU
chairman at Cincinnati, Ohio, Hnptem
ber oili. A queer call from a queer
sou reel
At the republican state convention In
Nebraska, recently, the gruatiir psrt of
tha time was devoted to abuse of lbs
populist party,
Tns bank of Japan bns added 0,000,
OOU.OOUysn In silver to Its reserve and
Iseufd convsrtabls notrs to cover I h
nmotint, Hiich a pnmedurs Is gravel
criticised by gold standard pajier.
The stats executive oomuilttes ol the
silver republicans, democrats and popu
lists of Colorado met at Ulenwood
Kprings August 10, and adopted a reso
lution favoring fusion of the three par
lha In tha coiiilug slection. The Join!
committees sat two duys. No appor
tionment of offices was made, that bclog
left lo the convention, which mests at
Colorado rlprim In Hnptember.
Curnegle, the gnat steel plats thief,
bus Hk-aiti accumulated a sufficient
amout of American dollars to make blra
restless, and so he has offered to endow
another huge public library. This time
Dumfries, HoolUnd, Is the lucky pluoe.
It is rumored that soms of the leaders
of the republican party favor a com
plete flop on the tariff question. Wheth
er this is only a rumor or whether It is a
deep laid (luu to forever shelve t tin pres
ent Incumbent of the whits house, It is at
tills tune impoMHible to say.
Governor Pitigres is reported by op
posing parties lo be using a liberal
amount of "practical politics" in his ef
forts to elect a ftate ieiriMlatum favor-
able to his pet scheme of reform and to
Insure the return of the right man to
peaceful vocolions. as before the war. I thu Uuited Hiates Heuats. Of course
It is mnong the possibilities that the
regiment will camp In the exposition
grounds pending muster out."
Will start f rlil f
Chattanooga, Trim., Aug. 24. Col
onel Hills uiil lust night the Kecond
Nebriiska would leave here Friday for
Oitiuhn. Fverything is in readiness to
move as soon ss transportation can be
securtd. (tiloiiel Hills suys he does
nut know whether or not the regiment
Mill lie mtialered out.
H ill tlea I t lh St h.MiU
Santiago, Aug. SI, (Associated
Press telegram. ) The conference be
Iwrru (irnrial 'Vuo.l, tb AliirrU'SO
military gotrrur, ami Ihs total su
thtnities, with rrfertme to opening
the public sthools. reanlted si'40
tori
t hmii 4ii,
Set UiUul.iu kss been rlimiitsted
frtmi the uiaitsgriiieitt Slid the Aiort
ran system uf rilmstitut sppruna.1.
they are accusing Piitgre of wanting
the seuatoralilp hUllatilf.
TelfKraphle di-tuiicheii re(iort that
Scott Mormiu ol "Hun Haw" illfam and
at present the uubcrmitoriitl ciiiidulats
for Hi" middle of the road elmni nt In Ar
kansas, s the only man whoa inline an
lnrs mi the olhVial ticket recorded Willi
tha secretary of stale.
The delay in limning a man tor gov
rrttor at the rreriii Texss rapubliena
ennveuimn CMUaad many rumors a to
their Inlintlou to uomliiats llarney
(i t.ba, (Kipuliat noimiira (or that pi see.
Hp lo this tima auth rumors have not
Uu eouttrmutl, A. IU
Vl.uM Malar Slarlas
iM-stur, Ind., Aug. It. A new pw
lit K-al party bas been orjinlitd ,d
ly. Piatt will be ns.ly or fourjihU (A Jam.) eouaty with l.ooo mn
arssatl puidls on f'l,,''n.br. ' V bers lo start with. A full liekel b.S
Tsl
...It Ht tl4.T4 ll, HI HUT 4MI It lUMfttl
Ttil Iianm U diiiii liii U Hit ....... ....... ..ttttt MlfM
HOLD TROOPS AT HONOLULU.
The fcaaae SuLHara tlta rSOIalaaa
la l aaa la the Mtatlus iaaltak
Wtiisars, Au, Ii - A -ut days
a4.1t sdvtaes wsrs la.tad tin Ua
rl Merrill, la whUd ss asas
lh f. lUe rta.s I - r at MssiU
Is saUUiasl l Us la kss.1.
Iks ftttersstest, Wwsver, tills sl
iC apos, lUesdtios ufUf,l Merrill.
Id wut eveflowli the t-l IKst s-1
J Uuaal threes assy la sa4d la ls ' .. e.iaJ.ta. It Us fftrie)
I'hil I'l'iaM la las saf fslsra, we lkl , iia i.m.re ab is lia tiif
etMtoS wl IHs ttkf a tfter Htay j a I wt VeliUI l a ll I 14
fcsve Ws Ws rtMttel a4 fsfUasHl Vy ,' lwf suo4 au M Uf J4fc
einers,
been poiiiinated ou pure gtvernmeat
platform sad Ihs rsmlidsies plrtlgsi
Ihr niaehre, IMI, If eirrlrt!, Ihry will
return ball their saUrles la Ihs rsna
ly, tu be ued In gn'nf orr the booka
and ilrainktrnlKf thrm up. Ike ran
ilnUlrs ere ii!)y tliild brlwrsa
the popuiisi, repubiusa sal Ueiuo
t rsllti lollies.
' a altar! 4 iriiMS
Tka at.tt( lt .i I. WIII4 U tttael
.ii , tiliatvaa tkal "is las ea ut
evar nmhtv, lsis ksie bes Mt l IktS
ar ki a kav a Ui pd Mi rav
ts I tk. siili a la M11IUH4 Ik
Ts It st f ! 44 tUla-
lit a (vr ! IrvHa ! U lsl ,
W tistf eeas aa,4 tra hti Us
fail paises. T1! lts wttl V test
U t)eltil 44 s4 aUtse4 tKsrt f
at saserf eaey Ikal sssy attsa. 1a
wise M Iks itr f WMiiesasat Ws Itai
Ula was Veea Ism4, a4 Ika trsas
saajutlisl Hl tarff Iks awl
ar ialiwals4 Va remsl a at Ulla
alii fmrtasf artier.
laiSSSI
taiasa-rs -.ll is )l UA
ketrf law 8) 4 WliH, setitS SMta
tl ws es e. savai! ri-si-laa
rtattll ta kraa BrS-f 4 Mvrltt.
weaie Is list a4 v-,,l- I it ,tl
llsv in Uk.. )l 4'flll al
a ta'laS kra IH4 la es ke PMHI
e tttttia rthMs la law? a l IU
tlvit4iii4ia ikta, llr, H-l
I'a t aisAV.
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