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TO TEE DEMOCRATS.
Eli Perkins Gires Them Some Advice Brother Democrats Backed by the World, Herald and other free trade newspapers, you are commencing your assaults on McKinley three months before the republicans are in power. You are still saying Cleveland got 830,000,000 more revenue bis first year than Harrison did during his last year. Of course Cleveland did, broth er Democrats, but to get this revenue, having a tariff of 30 per cent lower than Harrison, he had to ship 30 per cent more goods from Europe than Harri son did. When Cleveland shipped 30 per cent more goods from Europe, we manufactured 30 per cent less goods in America. This kept 30 per cent of our labor idle, dropped wages 30 per cent and closed down 30 per cent of our mills, and 30 per cent more of our gold went to Europe to pay for goods than went there under Harrison. From a dollar country we became a seventy-five cent country- Then why did Harrison's revenue fall off the last year? It was because importers stopped importing. They said, "we will wait for Cleveland's low tariff." When Cleveland's low tariff came then our mills began to cut wages and stop, steamships were loaded with foreign goods, and Cleveland did get a bigger revenue than Harrison, but it was at the expense of our home manufactur ers. The result was bad times at home, and $250,000,000 in gold has gone out to pay for this overimporta tion, while our own labor has been idle. Democratic experience bacKs up republican theory. Still the democrats jump up and shriek: "Cleveland, with free trade, shipped more goods his first year than Harri son did his last year." Of course he did, and the more Cleveland bought in England the poorer we got at home. isow, to disarm the short-sighted arguments which the free traders are beginning to resort to, I will give the horoscope of the future. The last year of Cleveland will be just the opposite to the last year of Harrison. A good tariff prevented importations then, but Cleveland's low tariff will cause big importations during the last end of his term. Mer chants will load up with low priced, pauper-made English .goods. And when McKinley comes in, what then? Why, for the first six months of McKinley importations will be small. The merchants will have on hand loads of English goods. McKinley will get the old-time revenue. Then the free traders will jump and say, "We told you so!" They will commence when the Mc Kinley tariff begins to operate, when the people begin to use American goods, when our mills start up, when our own workmen all go to work, and the gold which has been going to Eu rope to pay their cheap labor will be kept at home to pay our labor. Then the good old times will come back again. AVhen the people see this prophecy, see our gold stay at home, see the balance of trade in our favor, they will hold on- to the protection policy for thirty years, as they did be fore. And what are the democratic news papers doing now? They are opposing every move of the republicans to get back to protec tion, high wages and a revenue, and, with Cleveland still in power, they are screaming: "Why don't prosperity come?" This prosperity will come after Mc Kinley has been in power one year wait! Brother Democrats, you are still running this government. Eli Perkins. When a cold is contracted, cure it at once. One Minute Cough Cure will sec you on the road to recovery in a minute. It will cure pneumonia, bron chitis, croup and all forms of lung and throat troubles. Jones & Gibson. People may talk as much as they like about their religion, but if it does not teach them to be good and kind to man and beast, it is a sham. Business Locals and Exchange Items. Garden making and spring house cleaning are just at present in their fullest blast. 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