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THE HONESTMONEY AVALANCHE
Detent Does Not Dlimay tho Free Silver
Advocate IIo 8ay That the Came
'Will Grow Stroncer as the
Yean Go By.
Liao.y, Nob., Nov. 7. William J.
Bryan yesterday gave out the fol
lowing statement to the blmetalllsts
of the United States:
Conscious that thousands ot loyal hearts are
saddened by temporary defeat, I beg to offer a
word of hope olJ enoourajcement. No causs
ever bad supporters more brave, earnest and
devoted than those who have espoused the
cause of bimetallism. They have fought
from conviction and hsvo fought with all
the zeal which conviction Inspires. Events
will prove whether they are rleht or wrong.
Having dono their duty as they saw It, they
have nothing to regret. Tho republican candi
date has been heralded as the advance agent
of prosperity. If his policies bring real pros
perity to the American people, those who op
posed him will share In that prosperity. If, on
the other hand, bis policies prove an lnj.iry to
the people generally, those of his support
ers who do not belong to the office
holding class, or to the privileged
Clashes, will suffer In common with those
who opposed him. The friends ot bimetallism
have not been vanquished; they have simply
been overcome. They believe that tho gold
standard Is a conspiracy of the money changers
against the welfaro ot the human race and un
til convinced ot their error they will conttnuo
the warfare against It The contest has
been woged this J car under great embar
rassments nnd against great odds. For tho
first time during this generation public atten
tion has been ccnti-redunon tho money question
as the paramount Issue, and tbli has been done
In spite ot all attempts on the part ot our op
ponents to prevent It.
The republican con cntlon held out the de
lusive hope of International bimetallism while
republican leaders labored secretly for gold
monometallism UoM tandrd democrats
have publicly advocated the election ot tho In
dianapolis ticket while they labored secretly
for tho election ot the republican ticket The
trusts and corporations hate tried to excite a
fear of lawlessness while they themsch cs havo
been defvlng the law, and American financiers
have boasted that they wcro tho custodians of
national honor while they were secretly bar
tering away the nation's financial Independ
ence. But In spite of the effort! of tho admin
istration and Its supporters: spite of the
threats ot money louncrs at homo und abroad
in spite ot the coercion practiced by corporate
employers. In spite ot trusts and sjndlcates:
In spite of an enormous republican campaign
fund, and In spite of the Influence of a hostllo
dally press, bimetallism has almost triumphed
In its first great fight The loss ot a few states
and that too by very small plura.ttles, has de
feated bimetallism for the present, but bimet
allism emerges from the contest stronger
than it was four months ago. I desire
to commend tho work ot the three
national committees, whLh have joined
)n the management of this campaign.
Corporation tj the members ot distinct
political organizations Is always difficult, but
It was less so this year than usual. Interest in
a common cause of great choice has reduced
friction to a minimum. I hereby express mv
personal gratitude to the individual members
' us well as to the executive officers of the na
tional committee of the democratic, populist
and stiver parties for their efficient, untiring
and uaselflsh labors. They have laid the foun
dation tor future success and will be remem
bered as pioneers when victory is at last se
cured. No personal or political friend need grieve
because of my defeat. My ambition has been
to secure Immediate legislation rather than to
enjoy the honors of office, and. therefore, defeat
brings to me no feeling ot personal loss.
Speaking for the wife who has shared my
labors, as well as for myself. I desire to say
that we have boen amply repaid for all that wo
have done. In the lovo of millions
of our fellow-cltlzcns. so kindly ex
pressed. In knowledge gained by personal
contact with the people and In broadened sym
pathies, wo find full compensation for wint
erer efforts wo havo put forth. Our hearts
have been touched by devotion of friends, and
our lives shall prove our appreciation of the
affection ot tho plain people, an affection which
we prize as the richest reward which this cam
paign has brought.
In the fare of an enemy rejoicing In Us vic
tory let the roll be called for tho next enga.-n-ment
and urge oil friends of bimetallism to re
new their allegiance to tho cause. It we nro
right, as I bcllevo we are, wo shall triumph.
Until convinced ot his error. Jet each ad
vocate ot bimetallism continue the work.
Let all silver clubs rctnln tbclr orginl
zatlon. bold regular meetings and circulate
literature. Our opponents have succeeded
in this campaign and must now put their
theories to tho test Instead ot talking mvs
a teriously about "sound money" and ' an honest
dollar," they must now elaborate ani defend a
financial system. Every step taken by them
Rhould bo publicly considered by tho silver
clubs. Our cause has prospered most where
the money question has been longest discussed
among tho people During the next four years
It will be studied all ocr this nation cen
more than It has been studied In tho past Tho
year 1900 Is not far awav. Ileforo tnnt year ar
rives. International bimetallism will cease to
deceive. Ileforo tint car arrives, thoso who
have called themscltos cold stanlard demo
crats will become republicans an I open ene
mies. Ucfore that year arrives, trusts
will have convinced still more people
that a trust Is I. menace to private
welfare and to public safety. Ileforo that
year arrives tho evil offsets ot a gold standard
will be even mora evident than they nro now,
und the pooplo then ready to demand an Amer
ican financial policy, foi the people will join
with us In tho ltnmedlite restoration of tho
freo and unlimited colunjo of gold and silver
at the protcnt lezal ratio of sixteen to one,
without waiting for the I Id or consent ot any
other nation. W. J. UnyAN.
LAW DOES NOT APPLY.
Kansas Allen Land Acl. Sale! to lie Inoper
ative In the Bantu Fe Case.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Vrosldent IUplcy,
of the Atchison road, said, when speak
ing of tho action of tho stato court In
Kansas in appointing a receiver for a
portion of tho road:
The suit under which the appointment of the
receiver was made was, passed by tho legis
lature of Kansas In 1831. Tho law Is known as
the alien law. and contains tho provision that
no corporation, ono-lltth ot whoso stock Is held
by allens.shull hold real estate In Kansas. Tho
law relied upon has no application to tho rnll
way company, whose property under tho laws
of Kansas Is rcgardol as icrsonal property.
The pending proceeding does not and cannot
affect any of the property ot the Atchison road
other than tho JT3 miles of road for which tho
receiver has been appointed. The road will
continue to bo operated by the company os at
present Tho order docs not contemplate
otherwise. It being expressly provided that, in
order to protect all public an 1 private inter
ests, thorecelter may enter Into u contract
with tho rallroid romoany to opc.-Jto the road
until a tlnul jiju.'.icatioj is had
An Uprising; of tho Intelligence and
l'atrlotlsm of the Feople.
The expected has happened, with a
difference that it was a little nearer
unanimity than was looked for. Mc
Klnley carried every ntnte east of the
Mississippi river and north of the old
slavery line, and Delaware Maryland,
West Virginia. Kentucky nnd Tennessee
south of thnt boundary. West of the
Mississippi he carried Minnesota, Iowa,
Nebraska, North and South Dakota nnd
sotno of the Pacific coast states. In
many states as New York, Pennsyl
ania and Massachusetts the plurali
ties went up to figures net er touched
Strictly speaking, this Is not a re
publican victory. It is larger, broader,
grander han this. The republican par
ty's gallant allies of the Cleveland, Car
lisle and Palmer element of the democ
racy contributed to this result, and
share in the glory of it. It was a
mighty uprising of the Intelligence, the
virtue and the patriotism of the nation.
In no election in the entire history of
thn country wns so much involved that
was vital to the honor and Interests of
the people, and the people rose grandly
to the occasion.
Thus the political and business sky
has Instantly cleared. The banded fol
lies und villainies which men call Ury
tinlsm are swept away in the wave of
the popular wrath. The hoarded millions
of gold which lied at the fear of JJryan's
election will come out of Its hidlngplace
and reenter trade channels. Defeat to
the repudlators and destrttctionlsts bus
couio in such crushing shape that they
dare never raise their hand ngalnt the
nation's Interests and honor ngnln. Re
publican institutions have once more
vindicated themsches against the at
iac'ns of domestic traitors and the
sneers nnd jeers of foreign foes. To
day in every land under the sun In
which an American sojourns his pride
of citizenship will bo revised nnd
strengthened. To-day in every ex
change in the world in which those
properties arc bought nnd sold, Amer
ican stocks will rise. St. Louis Globe
Democrat. NATIONAL HONOR PRESERVED.
A Splendid Victory for Sound Money and
"We have met the enemy and they are
ours!" Tho enemies of good govern
ment, good money and national honor
have gone down under the feet of ns
grand and determined an army of
American patriots as ever exercised the
privileges of freemen 1 McKinley Is
elected and all that his name stands for
is -assured to the people t Repudiation,
through debased money, the debauchery
of our federal judiciary, and the attempt
to bring dishonor upon the nation and
its flag hate been sternly and over
John P. Altgeld, the most dangerous
man that ever rose above the political
surface in this country, has been de
feated and with him goes down the
worst and most mischievous gang of
politicians that ever egetated on the
soil of Illinois.
In glorifying over the result It must
not be forgotten that the thousands of
patriotic democrats who placed coun
try nboe party, oted for McKinley,
and made the tictory more oierwhelm
ing and decisive.
The result is one oter which the na
tion, ns n man, should rejoice. It is a
blessing as well to those who resisted
ns to those who assisted it. It means
the utter destruction and annihilation
of the popocratlc party as formed and
defended by the Altgelds, Tillmans nnd
Tellers a party that combined the an
tngonlstics elements of debased democ
racy, crnyy populism, mischievous so
cialism and lawless anarchism. It
means the practical elimination of these
men and their dnngerous heresies from
American politics. It means n vindica
tion of the democrats who adhered to
their ancient faith in "sound money;"
nnd to tho country at large It means
n restoration of confidence, the enrly
application of republican principles to
our public affairs, and, through thnt
agency, n return of the universal thrift
and prosperity so ruthlessly stricken
down and destroyed by the blunders
and un-American policies of the defeat
ed party. Chicago Sun.
Revival of Confidence.
Yesterday morning the country's
$000,000,000 of gold was hoarded or held
ot n premium. Capital, always timid,
would incur no risks. A possibility of
Bryan's election existed, nnd had such
a calamity befnllen the country our golii
would hnve become a commodity in
single day and been held nt a premium
of from 40 to SO per cent. To-day it
possesses no greater value than our sil
ver coins or greenbacks. In proof of
this may be mentioned that the great
firm of Llbby. McNeill & Uhby are pay
ing their army of employes their month
ly wages In gold coin, nnd thnt the
cashier of the National Livestock bank,
Mr. It. Z. llerrick, stated to a repre
sentative of this paper thnt hereafter
there would be no discrimination
among coins in his grent'monetnry in
stitution "on account of color." The
same may be said of other banks, no
doubt, here and elsewhere, thus lifting
from our $535,000,000 of white metal
money the load of suspicion and dis
trust placed upon It by the Coliseum
convention July last. Chicago Sun.
A clever young teacher of a class of
children, between tho ages of ten and
fourteen, varied the monotony of their
studies by little talks on the best books
and their authors. Then, to finish the
work of the term, and find what the
children-had really "marked learned,
and inwardly digested" of her subject
matter, she planned for a certain day a
discussion by the class of whom they
considered the greater author, Scott
or Dickens. The children were at first
a little backward In expressing their
views, but gradually warmed to the
discussion. Dickens' greatness grew
to colossal proportions, owing to the
quick-vvittedness and appreciation of a
small admirer with a ready tongue,
and consequently the stanchness of
Scott's adherents began to warer, till,
in a burst of contagious enthusiasm,
one small maid sprang to the rescue.
"Bet, Miss Anthony, Dickens can't be,
for, don't you know, men always say,
'Great Scott!' and never 'Great Dick
ensl' "Harper's Drawer.
Many Uke Her.
When the young woman who' always
wanted to appear highly polished, as
it were, approached the little circle
there was a movement as if the major
ity would like to get out of the way if
it could be done without discourtesy.
"What's tho matter?" whispered the
stranee girl to the girl whom sho was
visiting. "S-s-sh," answered the other.
"One of the girls just saw her looking
up some new phrases in the back of
the dictionary, and consequently we
know she intends to air her French."
No Car for Music.
"Miss Yam isn't at all musicaL"
"How do you know?"
"I offered to sing 'Oh PronUse Me'
last night and she said she'd promise
me anything if I wouldn't." Philadel
phia North American.
State oj Onio, Crrr or Toledo,
Lucas County. 1
Frank J, CuENEVuiultea oath that ho is the
senior partner of the firm of K. J. Ciienet
& Co., doing business in tho City of Toledo.
County ana SUte aforesaid, and that said
firm will pay tho sum of onjb hi-ndbed dol
lars for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by the use of Hall's
CATAnnn Curb. , Frank J. Chenet.
Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed in my
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THE GENERAL MARKET.
Kansas Crrr. Ma, Nov. 9.
CATTLK-ncst beeves I 3 sO 4 80
Mockers 3 15 3 6t
Native cows S 2S (3 3 00
HOGS-Cholce to heavy 3 10 3 81
WHEAT-No. S red 81 83
No. Shard. C9
CORN No. 2 mixed. 18
OATS No. 2 mixed 17 O
RYE -No. 2 32
FLOUR-Patent, per saclc 2 0J
HAY-Cbolce timothy 7M
Fancy prairie 4 03
BUTTER Choice creamery.... 15
CHEESE Full cream BK3
F.QGS-Cbolce 13 3
POTATOES 18 it
CATTLE-Natlve and shlpplns 3 CO 4 1)
Texans 2 25 3 60
HOGS-Heavy 3 40 0 3 474
SHEEP Fslrtocbolce.. ...... 3 00 3 0)
FLOUR-Cholce 3 80 2 70
WHEAT-No. 2 red 81K 81
CORN-No. 3 mixed 22a 23
OATS-No. 2 mixed 18HO 17
RYE-No.2 29ia 30
BUTTER-Creamery i.... II SOtf
LARD-Wcstorn mess 3 91 4 00
PORK 7 25 7 74
CATTLE Common to prime..,
HOOS Packing and shipping,
SHEEP-Falr to choice
WHEAT-No. 2 red
BU'lTER Creamery ,
CATTLE-Natlve Steer 3 60 4 70
HOGS-Good to Choice 3 8) 4 2S
FLOUK-Good to Choice 3 7 4 01
WHEAT No. 2 red 8W4 90
CORN No 2. S0H4 81
OATS-No. 2 KV 23
BUTTER-Creamery UK 3
PORK Mess BM BtlM
4 OS to 4 C7H
8 9J 0 9j
a 4 8
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I belirvjb Plso's Curo for Consumption
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"We had a very Interesting event or
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"A noNETCOMB." says Brother Watkins,
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