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IttUr or l > adltifct tl <
TlactrCTrarsTTrJontvofteirrr
matisni Sour Stomach Loss of Appetite
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Loss of Meniorj with a painful sensation of
hating failed to do something which ought to
ha c been done Deblllt > Low Spirits a thick
s ellow appearance of the Skin and Pj es a dry
Cough often mistaken for Consumption
Sometimes many of these symptoms attend
the disease at others very few but the Lit ER
is generally the scat of the disease and if not
Regulated in time great suffering wretched
ness and DCATH will ensue
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to the irtues of blmmons Luer Regulator
Gen W S Holt Pres Ga S W R R Co Rev
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before SimnionsLti er Regulator but none gave
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containEg those Southern Roots and Herbs
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couftreswhere Liver Diseases most prevail
It v111 cure all Diseases caused by Derange
ment of the Liver and Bowels
The SVMPIOMS of Liver Complaintare a
tl
mouth ift i e
There is no longer any
about the campaign being open
men who ordinarily cannot get a
plug of tobacco on a credit can now
borrow money in small
amounts
Oklahoma is shipping water
melons to Texas
Pickens Woodson of Bonham
has beed appointed to the United
Naval Academy
Thfi tin bucket biigade is the
making of a town and factories
are the making of a big city
Texas has some good cheese fac
tories Why not patronize state
industries by asking for that brand
when buying
J T Bailey has retired as busi
ness manager of the Greenvill Tex
as Independent and S G Earle
becomes sole proprietor
The calnpaign liar makes no vo
tes for his side but he works right
nloDg with as much zeal 11
jihudXftn as ijiough he din
The man who leaves tli iraPrJJ
aion that free 131 enab
men to gtoney without n oriring
for it no true friend of silver
1 Hung Chang will probably
be almighty glad that he doesnt
understand English so long as he
has timed his visit to u in the
midst of a political campaign
What will President Cleveland
do to Hon William R Morrison
of the Interstate Commerce Com
mission who has announced his
intention to take the stump for
Brvan
doubt
Tom Wataon will abandon the
editorial tripod during the cam
paign and take to the stump
Most editors write better than
they talk but Tom is a consider
able talker
A vote for Bryan is a vote for the
perpetuation of the republic a vote
to restore the government to the
people a vote for a government of
and by the people is the way
Sound Money puts it
Gen Weyler is again announ
cing his intention to sweep the in
surgents out of Cuba He should
remember that our credulity is just
now taxed to the utmost by
our own stump speakers
The stump speaker who promi
ses tariff legislation during the life
of the Congress to be selected next
November gives his hearers credit
for having forgotton the attempt to
secure tariff legislation at the ses
sion of Congress
In announcing its intention to
stand by Bryan and Watson the
populist National Committee set
tled the talk about the probable
withdrawal of Watson as that
committee alone has power to
withdraw him
The Sandwichs plan to raise the
price of cotton is as follows By
frugality the farmer of the south
could hold their cotton and them
selves fix the price rather than
have it fixed by the purchaser It
would pay them handsomely to
do it
ASSe fcuLwU
AS SEEN IN GERMANY
A Leader Among European Bimctalllsts
On Independent American
Free Coinage
Much is being written by the
sapient gold editors throughout the
country about the unscientific na
ture of the free coinage agitation in
the United States There is also
Felfsatisfactory assumption of su
perior knowledge on the part of
4hese worthy gentlemen that is so
crrenely positive that many friends
of bimetallism are at times coii
fused when confronted by an ar
ray of false assumptions The Ne iv
Yorkjournal haj induced some ol
tneTmosl fam5trs European econo
mists of that school to write their
views upon our political situation
The discussion is opened by Dr
Otto Arendt who has received
many nattering certifi ates of char
acter from the monometallic press
on account of his recently pub
lished opinion that free coinage by
the United States alone would be
disastrous to bimetallism in Eu
rope It will be seen that Dr
Arendt has now changed his views
and is an enthusiatic advocate of
Mr Bryans election No one can
accuse Dr Arendt of vacillation
for it is only the wise uho have
the courage to change an opinion
when brought about by honest in
vestigation Dr Arendts remarks
are as follows
The people of the United States
have never been called upon to de
cide a question so important as
that of the coming presidential
election
Persons and parties do not
count in this campaign at all the
great fundamental principles of
modern national life are at stake
Shall these be upheld or shall
they be trampled under foot
This is the allabsorbing question
Europe the mighty grandpa
rent of tha young Colossus feels in
her old bones that the ballot boxe3
which are soon to be set up in the
cities and villages and hamlets of
America will speak the destinies
of her leading nations
Neer before was the dividing
line so sharply cjfinedaud we un
derstand th ithc coy rni r < j
jM Hih Siltes mean ° ce
ror all to stvc no = ocuJ qu stfon
wTiich has ih
resultseasllyandthoroughly25cAIldruggists ilprl silvpr fimtirism nf whinV
canea Sliver ianaucism ol which
Prepared by a I Hood Co Lowell Mass
The only mis tctake with Hoods SarsaparUla we hear so much is really but a
ars caused so
rhances and unhappy
conditions
Look at the two sides and
mark the striking contracts Mc
Kinley and his votaries represent
ing the party of socalled honest
money and dishonest profits the
party that brought the pillage of
national resources for the benefit
of capital to a fine point and into
method on the one side
Their opponents we find under
tbe proud banner of Bryan These
are the productive classes work
ingmen and farmers who lefuse to
permit themselves to be bled in
future for the cause of the rjold
standard
European bimetallists who have
been fighting the gold standard for
many years past regard interna
tional bimetallism as the true solu
tion of all the questions involved
My own views or that subject
I have laid down in an essay pub
lished in the June issue of the
North American Review when I
gave it as my opinion that the
question of free silver should be
settled only after an international
agreement regarding the relatives
values of gold and silver had been
arrived at for at that time I took
it for granted that both partieB
would favor silver in their plat
forms though not to the extent of
free coinage
With respect to the possible
candidates bimetallists taking
McKinley to be a thorough silver
man certainly regarded him with
much favor
What sad disappointment how
ever carao with the St Louis con
vention It was obvious that the
spirit of that convention was in
spired by Wall street while Mc
Kinley himself deserted the peo
ples cause and closed an alliance
offensive and defensive withall
grasping capital
Heavenhigh above hiir un
fettered and unmercenary rose
Bryan who at once gained the re
spect and sympathies of bimetal
lists the world over
If I were an American citizen
I would unhesitatingly vote for the
peoples champion A free coin
age president appears to me a les
sor evil than a stock exchange
Constipation
Causes fully hall the sickness la the world It
retains the digested food too long In the bowels
and produces biliousness torpid liver lndi
Hoo
eestlon bad taste coated
tongue sick headache In
somnia etc Hoods Fills
cure constipation and all its
president who woulJ waljv irr
Clevelands footsteps There are
superficial people in this uid oth
er countries who imagine that if
Bryan is elected in November rue
silver coinage will being next Mar
They forget that congress must
finally decide the question v n
shoufd President Bryan fs will be
most probable call an ettra ses
sion it woulrftak8 spicfh moDtlis
before free silvercuThagcf wouldle
legalized
It is fully appreciated in Eu
rope that free coinage would proe
a more formidable vne th an
the proposed suspension of the
Bland and Shermai ts Euro
poiin financiers flopsJisrh
have had 3 tasio > thefluctuations
in American values and fcat thefn
even more than McKinleys piohi
bitive tariff
America offers us tha tantaliz
ing alternative between a prohibi
tive tariff and a silver standaid
But our money monopolists in this
case harvest tbs storrawhere they
have been sowing the windr Their
long continued opposition to inter
national bimetallism ItToo the eve
ol receiving its proper retribution
Bryans victory will no donbt pre
pare the way for an international
agreement
Should Bryan be elected we
the bimetallists would gain for
midable allies whilSTAmerican
bankers would certainly do all in
their power to forestall he depre
ciation of American vaTu7s by back
our cause of internatipjeil bimetal
lism
Now as to the fiospects in
Europe The possessors of Amer
ican values fearing depreciation
would influence the bourse to such
an sxtont as to cause capital to re
consider its attitude toward bimet
allism whereupon the European
governments may be obliged to
adopt bimetallism in order to re
store confidence and equality
All Europe ho1 formally de
clared tbat bimehllisni shall not
be introduced wJifiMit Britains cu
operation The English cabinet
at Balfours instigation decided on
Mirch 17 that notl jng should in
erfere with the gold standard
Baliour roDreint3 he remarkable
and quosfion ie view Hint no
change of coinage shall be imposed
on h uuitctal ucii Ji othnr words
tlio norld of finance rules thn thief
is jailor
Balfour waits and hopes patient
ly for tho bimetallic conversion of
London That famous debate of
March 17 has dearly shown what
is thought of the question in the
city The Shylock standpoint was
never presented with more brutal
effrontery than by Harcourt The
American Silver party will find
Harcourts speech the best cam
paign document A producer who
reads this speech and does not vote
for Bryan cuts his own throat In
order to prevent some of this mor
al suicide I quote a few character
istic phrases Said the leader of
th English Liberals
England has been called the
land of Shylocks Nobody who
was present will forget the memor
able speech deliveredby Mr Glad
stone in this house on this same
question in which he submitted to
the worlds ridicule the proposi
tion that this land of money len
ders should go from country to
country hat in hand begging that
we should be paid ten shillings for
a pound
That is practically the goal to
which bimetallism would lead us
Hear hear Of coursewe are told
that we shall receive more money
The truth is that we are not paid
in gold but in goods It is out of
this merchandise that our people
make their living and now it is
expected of us that we shall go
around the world begging that we
shall receive less merchandise for
our gold Can anything more ri
diculous be suggested Hear
hear We who have lent hun
dreds nay thousands of millions
to foreign nations shall ask Ihem
that for this money they shall give
us less in return than we now re
ceive Hear
With this speech Shylock Har
court has laid bare the kernel of
the whole matter Shall produc
ers pay double value in goods or
not The English creditor grows
rich while his American victim
goes to ruin
When once it becomes fully
understood in London that Bryan
is bound to enact the free silver
coinage without the permission of
the stock exchange will not the
fear of the decrease of American
values bring about the citys con
version Then Balfour will fol
low his bimetallic convictions and
in that case all Europe is con
quered
It is selfevident that the Amer
ican people desire to be as inde
pendent of the manipulators of the
bourses of New York and Chicago
as they must be absolutely free of
of the conditions that govern spec
ulation in Berlin and London So
IIEIKMEVr IX ALL THIXGS XECTjlK J07IHXC
JEFFEBSON TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1896
without consulting
Men ore often
wiser than they act
They know how to
be happy but some
times they are mis
erable They know
ithere is no happiness
worth the name with
out health yet they
neglect health They
allow dyspepsia and
bilionjflOs and con
stipation to ret
a hold on them and make life wretched
Those three complaints usually come to
gether Constipation affects the stomach
and liver That brings on bilious attacks
and indigestion headaches nausea dizzi
ness queer sensations of weakness and pal
pitation Your nerves are unstrung your
system is sluggish You lose ambition
The fact is yonr whole constitution is being
slowly undermined What you need is Dr
Pierces Pleasant Pellets
They cure constitution dyspepsia and bil
iousness in the only sure permanent way
There is nothing violent ar irritating about
them they work mildly though quickly
They tone and strengthen the bowels to
carry on their functions naturally They
genUy stimulate the flow of bile from the
liver and the digestive juices of the stom
ach You dont become slave to their
use as with other pills They make you reg
ular and then you can leave them That is
the difference between Dr Pierces pleasant
Pellets and the something just as good
which a sharp druggist tries to substitute
Dont let him do so with you
If you want to keep your health and strength
1
e doctor so often the best
thing you can do is to write
to the Worlds Dispensary
Medical Association Buf
falo N V
Dr Pierces great book the
Peoples Common Sense
Medical Adviser SendM
onecent stamps to cover
cost of mailing only It is
a large book of i a pages
with over 300 illustrations
It Is the same book of which
630000 copies were sold at
Jt50 each The only dif
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which in the free edition
is of strong manilla paper
There is no other inch complete family doctor
book In the Snglis1 language It is a veritable
medical library complete In one volume Send
now before all are given away They are going
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T NATIONAL
OF MABSHALL TEXAS
Loans and discounts
U S 4 per cent Bonds and Premiums
Stocks andBonds
Real Estate
Banking House and Fixtures
CASH
Cash in Vault 45877 66
Cash with U S Treasurer and
National Banks 56176 15
Capital Stock
Surplus Fund
Undivided Profits
Circulation
Deposits
protest against shady bourse ma
nipulations that threaten the small
man year in and year out
The American silver party if
it means to do its full duty mutt
not be content to break the gold
monopoly but must also put an
end to thefiuctuatiuns of the value
of silver This should be accomp
lished av follows Immediately
LIABILITIES
close of business July 14th 1896
DIRECTORS
E J Fry T G Twyman
Dr O M Heartsill
Does any one believe that Wall
street gives up its gold so unsel
fishly The aim is to keep up the
single standard for should No
vember pronounce its doom silver
would as money he decidedly
sounder than paper with a gold
premium
How will McKinley seek to
combat the chronic LindartLcrisis
Bryan assumes his office the gtr vjuii ir < yjroTeLiive taring
eminent nf tlin United States JTn case a nrntppi
ehouldusk the powers of Euiope hall
of
whether they desire a mutual un
derstanding with reference tofr e
coinage The powers will not tfe
long formulating requests and sub
mitting propositions by whose
adoption all contracting parties
will gain Thus it may come
about that international bimetal
lism and the best possible solution
of the financial and economical
problems of the day will be the
ultimate results of Bryans and the
peoples victory
But how will it be should Mc
Kinley be elected Nothing could
act most disastrously on the Amer
ican standard Only Bryan can
save the American standard by an
international understanding
The honest money party over
looks the fact that the present
American standard is endangered
more by causes emanating from it
self than by Bryan It is true that
the banks are just now heaping up
the coin of the treasury and con
trary to their usual ways without
compensation
This may proceed for some
time but should McKinley be well
installed they will remember the
nice little profits of the Cleveland
bond issues and get even
proteclfve tariff
be enforced the income
the government will be
lessened since the imports
will be reduced Look then
also as under Cleveland for an
other syndicate which will be asked
to play the guardian angel role ov
the standard and the American
people will contribute more mil
lions for the redemption of curren
cy thus playing into the hands of
the moneylenders and lowering
the prices of all producers
Bryan has a money program
but how is McKinley With the
simple promise to maintain the
gold value of the standard nothing
can be effected By what means
can this he done McKinley and
his party must confess that the
American people would be inter
national bimetallism
The sound money party there
fore can not save the gold stand
ard If McKinley be victorious it
is doomed Unless his prohibi
tive tariff bugaboo will bring Eu
rope to terms with us the alterna
tive is McKinley tariff or Bryan
free silver in America it is Mc
Kinley coersion or Byran silver
Incidit in Scyllam qui vult evi
tare Charybdin
This is silvers revenge
It is really edifying to see how
our European capitalistic free trade
and gold press raves over the arch
tariff fiend McKinley You see
on this side of the Atlantic the sil
ver question is recognized as para
mount by capitalism On the oth
er hand Mr Bryan has the sym
pathies of the producing classes of
all European lands in this cam
paign
You are fighting the battle of
labor against the bourse the battle
of the farmer against the specula
tor
The victory of Byran will bo
the beginning of the peaceful solu
tion of the social questions not
through Utopian revolutionary
schemes but through a healthy
economic policy for the mainten
ance and strengthening of the
working and producing classes
OTTO ARENDT
E
Diseased blood constipation kidney
lh er and bowel troubles are cared by
Karls Clover Eoot Tea For sale by J
h Crow
Senator Butler chairman of the
Populist National committee says
the populist have never notified
any of their Presidential candida
tes and that he sees no reason for
the notification of Bryan and Wat
son
The Texas Sandwich says
Wear your old clothes go on short
rations cut off every unnecessary
expense do anything to keep out
of debt
E KEY President E J FRY VicePresident W C FIELD Casiher
STATEMENT JULY 14til 1896
100 PER AXXCM
NO INTEREST
PAID ON
DEPOSITS
202845 73
27500 00
21000 00
10500 00
10000 00
I
W L
Key
102053 31
373899 54
75000 00
15000 00
5326 60
22500 00
256072 94
373899 54
The above statement of condition of this Bank is condensed from
sworn report to the Comptroller of theCurrency at Washington at
W C FIELD
Cashier
Barry
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CATARRH
Is a
LOCAL DISEASE
and Is the resultol colds and
srnlden cllmatlo changes
It can bo cured by a pleasant
remedy which is applied di
rectly into tho nostrils Be
ing quickly absorbed It gives
relief at once
Ely GraamBalm
NaeilCatarrS dJi SSeiofand H
remedies It opens and cleanses the nasal passages
allays pain and inflammation heals the sores pro
tects the membrane from colds restores the senses
of taBteandsmelL PricesOcatDroszlstsorbymaQ
ELY BROTHERS SS Warren Street New York
The September Ladies Home
Journal in a cover giving a dain
ty suggestion of early autumn
opens with an interestingly chatty
paper on The Personal Side of
Dickens in which Stephen Fiske
writes of the famous author at
home and as a host A new study
of the novelist by Alice Barber
Stephens illustrates and well sup
plements the article The practi
cal and literary value of the score
of admirable articles in this Jour
nal is very materially enhanced by
the large number of excellent illus
trations making the number one
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Taifss
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OABIPOTITI
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itiry
vnrea
A grocers clerk in Buffalo who
gets five dollars a week wagea
some time ago invented a car
coupler and the other day he re
ceived a letter from a manufactur
ing firm offering him 830000 in
cash and a royalty on all couplers
sold for his invention He hasnt
decided to accept the offer yet
and in the meanwhile holds on to
his five dollars a week
The best cough enre is Shilohs Cure
A neglected cough is dangerous Stop
it at once with Shilohs Cure For sale
by J F Crow
Is Louise having a good time
in the country Yes she says
the view doesnt amount to much
but the hotel clerk is the hand
somest man she ever saw Chi
cago Record
jlAU druggists guarantee Dr Miles Pats
Ptlw to stoc Headache One cent a dose
Sweet cream is recommended for
poison ivy poison oak and poison
sumac Keep a cloth wet with it
for a few days and a permanent
cure will b effected
esessecaae Me e > e > fe
When you buy
I Sarsaparilla I
o Ask for the best and youll S
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