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THE AROUD, TUE9DAT. AUGUST 11.1896.
fo Infants and Chlldrsh."
THIKTT yeaV aiaaervatlaa of Caatorla jriVx t patronare of
BTIiTli... ef peraone. permit to apeak cf it without rrweaajpg.
It I iMtloumbly th fcot remedy fo Infaat and Children)
lae wU fcae e.e? titw It U haraale. . Children lilio It. It
taesajhealthv It will t their Uvea, in It M othei haye
eiamtalag wktek. 1 ab-,nlu to 1 7 taSt aafl practioally perfort ar
ealliV jBodluta 4
Uitnta Mtrf ( Uanu.'
taetairla t.reyeat. aamtttng Srmr Car,
Caetarte rare Diarrheaa and Wind Coilo.
Ce.tarrla reller" Teething Trimble.
Caatorla care Constipation and Flatulency.
Caatorla etmlle the effects jof rnrboaio acid fjae or nitUoaoo air,
Cevetaria daw aot enntnia morphia, opium. nrothernarn rir, property.
Caatorla aeaHmllatee tae fpod.fjTJlrs ha .totnach qtu! Lowcl,
sriylms; aaalthy a?d aataral sleep.
Caatorla laat as la ono-alxa bottlai only. It la not eolil in balV
Poa't aHyw any aao to aoH yon anything ela on tho pica or JTomU
tbat It la "jaat a good" and "trill answer avery piryoae
S taat yoa gat C-A-3-T-O-P.-I-A.
Children Cry for
Health b the Sunshine of Home. H ive you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chimin Merlin.! lent tntr Prrrcanantly located la iMroaport. Iowa
Dii T. M. W.L31i.
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CArAlllUl i'vspvpsia, As.l.uii, Chouniatinni, Scrofals, Syphilis. Blood.
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aMMitha with n'hm Vl "imr.t.. y..n a ifrmaoeci Cora In aavan daji by oar palnlaaa
nOMKN MnfT..rin from ditnaKoa pniullr to their sex should cormuit ns.
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ai'rtai ud mnnral rawala vro'f cwfln.i thM nnr laiicd nutbol Cora whera all
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oo. ito otnat ipwutm offir oi ureh a f t'r propoaHlnn.
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fat al ta aecs laiaad, UUk Uaru tlUatcrar, arrrjr(l.
In on eyery
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uii.of Chlcano, foriuerlr Btiriesou-In-Chiaf a
drain, ltiepiessnef.s, threatened ln-
any OUwr coiuUUon an to Baroooa axuaottljs.
a RGomiuii aoo nnn anrxtTy a apocialty,
n I ill 1 hiiu r
a Doctor's Bill.
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UlUllX X VA XX 111 XiXa
rtecapiiort 10 oryan an niion .
isher to Her People.
aio&ES or pabtisafs tijm out.
trecto Packed with Cheering Throng
aad Two Hall Crowded to Hear the
Candidate Speak Some Extract from
Bin Addreaa Intereatina; Doing at Ma
jor HcKioley-a Home Br an Committee
Call oa the Governor and Ha aa Ex
change of Compliment.
Pittsburg, Aug. 11. The reception to
William J. Bryan in this city last night
proveda fitting climax to a dwf
V 'c"-"v , i w would have an enormous majority
people of Pittsburg, and tho joy that It ar- ex(. Xovcuber and then closed, proceod
forded Bryan and the redoubtable "Silver lugatonceto theAveuue theatre, where
Dick" manifested Itself in their beaming he addressed the audience on similar lines
feature from the time they struck the city . and amid similar scenes to his speech in
limits. Tne exceptionally long train on ' the Opera House, but at somewhat great
the Pennsylvania Central, which it was ' er length. Other stieakers at both meet
almost impossible to traverse during the iirs were Bland and J. Gilmore Johnson
last hundred mllos because of the numcr- f ,h?,U3a Pun to"B th fh"U
, . .. .. . , . and Mrs. Bryan were driven totbe Kan-
ous committees and enthusiasts Who had . .. . . . permitted to
boarded and spread themselves out over .
the coaches, ran Into the Pittsburg sta-!
tion at 6:60 p. m. It was immediately
surrounded by acres on acres of frantic
people. When Bryan emerged from the
train, in spite of the efforts of the large
lical committee to carry out its pro
gramme, the crowd closed around him and
It wan a free-for-all fight from-that timo
on for every person'in the Bryan party ex
rept Mr. andMrs. Bryan and Mr. and
Iirne Along by the Throng.
When they entered their carriages tho
relentless throng closed Around them and
seemed to bear them along at its will.
Through the various streets traversed no
available space could be discerned. Every
foot of ground ulong tho way was occu
pied by enthusiasts. When the Central
hotel was reached a cordon of police was
stationed at tho main entrance and
formed a narrow jwssajjewny leading to
the staircase. No one was allowed to
tread it except he could show unmistak
able credentials. There were police ou
tho stairs, polire in the halls, police at the
dining room door, and everywhere else
where nu n and wmiieii might seek to go,
and even at tho door of lirvan's room.
While Mr. and .Mrs. Bryan were supping
with a committee of ladies and gentlemen
the streets resounded with the continuous
clamor from the thousands of throats.
Atr Fntl of Pyrotechnic and Noise.
. Many marching clubs pierced the stub
born c rowds amid showers of pyrotechnics
and a roar tlyit would have rivaled
Niagara's thunders. The evening
meetings had lieen announced to oc
cur ut 8 o'clock in the Grand
Opera House and the Avenue theatre,
kindred halls side by side and owned by
the same parties. Each hall will seat be
tween "J.-Vbi and 3,000 and meetings were
to he held in each. . Long before the hour
for opening the doors t he entire street In
front of these structures was packed full
along the entire block, and after the doors
limt Im-ii opened and the structures were
lilled the crowd outside had sull'ered little
v .., ,. r . i. ...
utynt tho various'
ourse of tho earlv I
Km policemen was on d
emraraes, ami tn.tlie course of tho earlv
evening there was au incipient riot, in
which one person was severely beaten and
some of tho otlircrs had their brass bat
tons torn off.
Hull I'acked to Their Fall Capacity.
When Mr. and Mrs. Bryan and members
of their parly rode around from the hotel
and entered the iirst hall both of them
..... ir .u.i si.iou.ng room
cntiaciiy, and it Is said that half who on-1
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plied had not been admitted. Tho crowd
lingered outside in noisy bnt peaceful dis- j
appointment, singing, cheering und burn- j
ing ril lire, and a tolerable rain that camo ;
soon after the speaking !cgan diminished j
it bnt littlo, tho street remaining full until
the meetings closed. At the ilrst meeting i
liryuu was introduced by James Mills, I
editor of Tho Pittsburg Posts und began I
his speech ns follows:
Think It It the "Wild KaC Now.
''1 thought it might be necessary incom
ing so far towards the east to bring a few
of our people to kivp up the enthusiasm
while I presented tho truths set forth in
tho Democratic platform. Bond cheer
ing. But after I had seen a few audi
ences like this I wondered whether I
might not take !ack a few of you to set nn
example of enthusiasm to the people of
the west. Laughter and cheering. There
is no more 'wild west;' it Is the 'wild
east.' " I Tremendous cheeri ng anil laugh
ter and cat-calls. A voice: "You're u
brick." Cheers nnd renewci laughter. J
IS NOT THE KXKMVS COINTRV.
Bryan l iiiU That the Campaign Ifaa Al
ready Urea Opened in the CaaU 1
He proceeded to say that he would not
discuss the issues ut this time. He had I
told his friends at Lincoln, Nb., thut he !
was coming up on a cumpalgn in What
was now considered the enemy s country
and which wo hoped a voice Interrupt- j
ing, "Go cast, young man; go cast! " (
uugmer auu encoring j mil wmcn wo
nopeu would be our country before the
campaign closed. ("Bight, right," andap-,
plan-, Therefore I have been more
than gratified to find that it was not neces
sary to open the campaign in theenst; it
has already 1een opened there. Cheers
and Laughter. But I shall promise you
this, that in the progress of this campaign
not a single private in the ranks will stand
nearer to the enemy's guns than he in
whose hands is the standard. 1 Cheers.
"My friend, in this campaign there is
only one great issue. If that is settled it
will not give us a government perfect in
nil its details, but that one question must
lie settled first before other questions can
be settled. A nation that is not able to
adopt its own financial policy is too im
potent to legislate on any question where
the people are concerned. Cheers. We
do not say that our opponents are insin
cere; we do not say that they are les
honest than we, but we do fay that when
they attempt to any to the American peo
plo that we must be dependent upon tho
legislative act of some other government,
we say irnatters not how honest they
limy lie wc dure not entrust legislation in
their hands. Loud cheering.
"1 have raid that in this contest 'we
fcave a repetition of the contest of 1776,
and that in this campaign as in that a
line will he drawn between the patriot
and the tory, and when I say it I do not
say it. my friends, to criticise the man
who believes that this nation is not great
enough to legislate for its own people.
He believes it honestly, and I recall your
attention, to the fact that la the struggle
ef our forefather for liberty there were
those who honestlj
honestly believed that we ought
I to continue in this land tne political eu
nrerancy of Great Britain. Loud sheer
la tula lilty were out nusuuii, auu II
you go to the cenuto.'ie you will find no
monument reared by grateful people to
commemorate the names' of those who
thciifrht English domination should con-
I tinue. Applause. There are people to
!lar who Ijclieve th.it this nation is not
ftronp enough to legislate for onr people,
and there arc people who honestly fceln-ve
that an atteiupt to do so would bring dis
tress and ninny cviis." We may respect
. their honesty, but. must wo enter into a
life and death struggle, with thciu because
we assert hero th.it financial domination
by a forclsru power is as dangerous to the
liberties i t
the people as political domina-
"iCSSuilared W. belief th,tsil-
obtain some rust af terth e exciting events
of the day.
The scenes along the line en ronte to
this city between here and Canton, O.,
were a second edition of those between
I'hlcngo and Canton. At Alliance, O.,
there were 1,5'0 people gathered to greet
the leader, and he made a short speech.
At Salem there were 2.0. . a nd some hand
shaking; at Lectonui .VJO were present and
Bryan preferred a short speech to hand
sliaking; at Columbiana 6"9 people
cheered; at East Palestine not over 100
were on hami, and at Enon 120. At Gar
Held there Were but 50.
Next tho train entered Pennsylvania
and at all tho stations there were crowds
numbering from thirty at llomewood to
1.500 at Beaver Fulls. As the train neaped
this city traveling through the haudsomo
Ruburlian residence districts of Economy,
Kuwlcklcyund Kmsworth tho dwellers in
nearly all of the beautiful homes were in
their doors waving their handkerchiefs.
SWAP OF COMPLIMENTS AT CAXTOX.
I!r;,nn Committee Visits McKinlcy Reeep.
tion of tho lemocrati: Leader.
CiSios, O., Aug. 11. Thv lirst thing of
interest in this town yesterday, tho day
the Nebraska candidate for the presidency
was to stop nt tho home of the Ohio can'
uiuate, was tne arrival in town of a com
mittee from P.ittsburg which, getting hero
too early, put in the- time with a visit to
the major, who received thum courteously
and thanked them for their visit. They
told him that tho candidate for president
of the United States was always a man
whom it was an honor to know, and he
told them that all parties desired the
honwr and prosperity of tho American
government ami people.
Among the distinguished callers on Ma'
jor MeKiiiley were the Hon. Richard P.
und Mrs. Bland. They came here with the
committee from Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs.
Bland had gone to Alliance, a city twenty
miles east ot here, ahead of the Bryan
j juirty, as it was a part of tho programme
to have a speech nf some length at that
ph.. by Bryan. While there Bland was
I ,.. , , . . , , .
tl' 't an address would be made -haae,
iiuu nu was prevaiic-i. u;)on ny xno nra.9
burg committee to return to Canton. Tho
time spent at the McKinlcy home by Mr.
unu .Mrs. Ulanil was apparently very
agreeable to both the honored callers and
to Major and Mrs. McKinlcy.
These were tho preliminaries to tho ar
rival here of the Democratic candidate.
whose tram rolled into the station at 12:20
nn(1 was nivi ,v a Very large crowd
u! . .u :...".'
from this city nnd the surrounding coun
try. Bryan spoke from a car near the sta
tion and said a number of pleasant and
graceful things about his political oppo
nent. He uiu not lorget, however, to say
that this was a cain;aiguof principles, not
men, nnd likened himself to the Good
Samaritan who rescued the man who had
fallen among thieves, the inevitable logic
of which was that McKinlcy was one of
those who passed by on the other side"
and the American people was the man
fallen among thieves.
He said that there were plenty of his
own neighbors who would vote against
him ut Lincoln, Neb., nnd he only hoped
that every man would feel free to vote as
he pleased. He was loudly cheered at tho
close of his ieech, which was made at a
point of much interest, on his journey from
Chicago eastward. The) whole trip up to
this point had been like tho one west of
L hicago, a very giatifying one to Dryan.
All through Indiana there had been
crowds at each station und when Ohio
was reached there were crowds at Dixon,
Delphos, Lima. Lafayette, Bucyrus.
Crestline and elsewhere. At several of
the towns ho made brief sjieeches and at
all he was enthusiastically cheered.
WHAT WALSH SATS ABOUT 1 L'SIOX.
Uow Watson Is To Be Turned Dowa by
the Bryan Forces.
O.MAU A, Aug. 11. A special to The Boo
from Ottumwa, la., says: Before leaving
for New York to attend the first meeting
of the national Democratic committe C. A.
Walsh, the temporary secretary, sot at rest
a great many of the rumors in regard to
the action of W. J. Bryan in reference to
his acceptance or refusal of the Populist
indorsement. Bryan has caused it to be
given out on several occasions that ho
would not receive the indorsement given
by the Populists unless his runningniate,
rVswaU, was ulso indorsed. This is true,
but it is also true that Bryan will not re
fuse the indorsement. As the matter
then stands it will be left with the indi
vidual Populists to do as they choose on
casting their votes in each state.
National committeemen will offer in
ducements to the Populists to secure
fusion on electors and they will secure in
this state this week a complete fusion of
the electoral vote.
. U this fusion is accomplished there will
be no difficulty as regards the electors, for
they will be for Bryan and Scwall. If the
Populists demand electors for Dryan and
Watson the Democrats will withhold their
fusion on state and congressional tickets.
Bv the liberal use of state and congres
sional otliccs they hope to tppease tho
Populists for the turning down of Wat
son, and the national Democratic commit
tee hopes to make this fusion in every
state on the electoral ticket.
Should the contingency arise that the
Populists wiU not indorse, then of course
there will be two sets of electors, with
Bryan's name at the head. -Should there
be many Bryan and Watson electors
chosen it would create a great- deal of
power la the hands of these Populist elec
tors and greatly complicate matters. Elec
tors for Bryan and Watson could demand
that unless the second place be given to
Watson they wonld not vote for Bryan.
Right here is where the national commie
tee is playing politics in ita fusion.
Walsh says there are only two states in
the Union where there is going to be any
difficulty about this fusion on the electors.
Those states are Georgia and Alabama.
But then he smiled and said: "See what
Alabama did tho other day gave 4r.0iO
majority over the Popnli-ts, and in the
state of Alabama we will have a larga
enough voto over the Populists to elect
Bryau and Sewall electors over those for
Bryan and Watson. We are situated the
same ia Georgia."
General Graut and Silver.
Ixdiaxapous, Aug. 11. In reply to a
letter from Attorney General Ketcham, of
this state, asking him as to the truth of
the frequently asserted statement thnt
General Grant said that if he had known
that the coinage act of lh73 demonetized
the silver dollar he would not have.sigued
it. Colonel Fred Grant writes that he had
frequent talks with his father about the
money question and that General Grant
never said any such thing t him; in fact,
what he said was diametrically opposite
to what he must have said had he believed
as indicated by the statement referred to.
Hanna ai Work at Chieago.
i Chicago, Aug. 11. Marcus A. Hanna,
chairman of the national Republican com
mittee, reached this city yesterday nnd
immediately proceeded to liepublienn
headquarters and plunged into tho mass
of business awaiting his attention. He
Was not up:-to.'.ch:ible by reporters.
"lu the La-and of tho Free," Ete.
BUTTE, Mont.,Aug. 11. "Sound money"
merchants in this section ure keeping si
lent, us they fear they will be boycotted by
the miners it' they declare their senti
ments. Life-long llenublicans find it im
prudent, and even unsafe, to openly advo
cate the election of McKinlcy.
Ferall Arrive at New York.
SewYork, Aug. 11. Hon. Arthurs.
Sewill, the Democratic candidate for vice
president, arrived in this city yesterday
afternoon in order to appear on Wcifnes
duy nt Madison Square p-.rden to receive
the otlicial notili.-ation of his nomination.
Wilsna Will Get Out of the Row.
CnAiii-KsroN, W. Va., Aug. 11. Post
master General Wilson will not take part
in the presidential campaign and will go
to Europe Oct. 12, accompanied by his
Teller Located nt Grand Junction.
Grami Junction, Colo.,Aug. 11. Henry
M. Teller, accompanied by his wife and
children, arrived in this city yesterday.
vui irv ly,
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diseas. M vrtlc Tonic is ;m internal remedy
to lmilil tiji the health. The price 51.c:ieh.
I. allies can have a harmless, effective home
treatment at little eaK'iise-. Samples and a
valurilile treatise, free.
ViCTOK MKIllCAL ASSOCIATION,
- South IUnd, Iml.
Mbs. fcl- J. Paboekt, A tent.
HIS Thlity-Mvatith 8t Bock Island
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1609 TUIKD AVENUE
THE ABOVE RESULTS.
It (Vltfklv ..nrl aiilv
Oiuvf t NrvttitHtM, Itui-nlt-nry, I BQUX 2ay.
Nxhilr KnitsMoiif, Kvil I r-jud, i
Wariitp tliwniM' And nil fTm tit tv-
firnn an4 lnJ"rr-lion. 1iurn L-"- itaii'jr.
ltwr and fr'atiin'-f Memory. VT(ri off IiiMtittv
.'idrnnnumplmrt, C'urvs whi-n All tt hr full, fnvstt
on hmviiir VITA I. Is. non'h-r. ( an rmni m
th rnx (rtrkMt. Jiy tuil ljtt r uu.kiirr srs
forf 1,M witii aKnara-f to urr r li-f uud
CALUMET MEDICINE CO-, CHICAGO. ILL.
rot i hy Marshan Fiaber acd Hans
in .'inf - .t-
i5aV ishv U
feoth ry. 'WJ
are the nnvt yowrarrsi. ,ye. raran tml -iiablc.
of tnl. kind in the market. Tne orU.ta.'
and only Pennine W'aaa'a rALTania. A-k
Tosr druprmt If he drm't keep thra. "nte'r'C
t as are we will wnd it direct anoa n-rel t e
pnee, tl, sealed, kr mail preid. A. i. 1 eio
PoarUi avaaae and Iwenlj tfiird r.reet. ttuc
North Carolina said
of South Carolina
To buy linrdwrnt.
Mixed Ilonae and
Floor I'aints, Rub
ber Hose;, I.nwn
Mowers or anvthin
In the Hardware
line in gccnral ia of
, 1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOB EAGLE lilCYCLES
E1GEd J. Mil
Buy, Sell and Manajfe
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Kates as low
as any reliable company
Tour l'atrnnapo is Solicited.
Office 1820, beound Av.
Hamer nnaaa glara.
BESMIK'S FRENCH FEMALE FILLS.
Containing Cct'o. Root and PennyrsjaL
4 a tart ait suit nOatM
t ralf it Ul writ
ili-wain Ifremh Fe
brile I'itl. hare ba
a .id fur trrnr twwitf
yer,and ased by Thoo
aand. ( t Ladie. t
that tUjaeanercet led,
as a .iM-eiite nmnthlr
. ... . i.,i.,i mnA
.YL lrreRT-'sr M -..-. Va-
v - 1 naia V raknen ete.
V 1-n-e t ' lMab-., wila
rasa wo arBwrrri-rs. on iitmufi mitatiu.
aig.-.ii?t 'ievii'Ar. co- Detkoit. at tea.
lid by M. F. HakaMin. drcKg-i.C
The rmlr Mfe, Mire and
r liabl Female Till ever
offered to L allies t,pe
ciallv reximmcrul.rl in
; married La'Iica. Ask fur
. rTT.. BnlOWSB
and taVe no other. StrifyRcrRrrXA.
1'rice 81.no per Lox, boxes for tj.M.
OR. VSTTS OicKICU CO, CkatUa,, QhJt,
eld T. H. Tvan 4.ee-.
A HuRd3ome Ccmplcxion
la ore ot thr- mstMl .l.a.nu .
po.ae. JMxwHi'a Coau-LKjLioa ,a-uaa I
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