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to A . I. , t. vy II i I! H Cannot measure the good ' jB Resulting from using H its contents, H Unless you follow tha H advice of tha Adam Frcndengteln, Senior Vlcc-Commaiidtr, O. A. R. i Officer of Hie tiny, Custer Tost, Tacoraa, Washington. I who y i f am nleatctl to snv that I liae the I Hgreatest confidence In Wamer'aBafe B Cure, as I stilTcred for years with B kidney troubles contracted In the i army, and nothing seemed to help UB . until I tried It. A few (rattles did. . HI'l more for me than all the doctors and44 H) ' medicines previously tried. ' ' New Iliiildlnifs, Xevv Wnlks and Froclnniatimi for the Conilnp November Election Tho city 'council mot Thursday In rerjulur session and did considerable important .business. Tho minutes of tho meetings of Octo ber 4, 5, 8, 10, 11 and 15 were lead and approved. , James Taylor was given permission to raiso his brick blacksmith shop on south street to two stories and extend it back to tho alley. G. L. Johnson was given a license to operate a bowling alley In the Beebe building on north Jefferson avenue. v Tho auditing committee reported the accounts of tho wulghmaster and street commissioner all right. Tho street and alley committee re ported fuvorably on tho petition for a new sidewalk along tho south end of lots 1, 2, 3, 4, nnd ." on west Jack son avenue. A petition was received for a twenty foot walk along tho west sldo of blocks 02 and 07 on tho east .side of the square, signed by J. V. Cotfej and others. Tho petition was referred to tho committee and immediately re ported on favorably. Tho judiciary committee was In structed to draw an ordinance specify ing the manner of laying all htone, brick and cement walks. Tho mayor's proclamation for the general election of November Oth was read: First ward: Judges: Joe Kihbaugb, S. K. Lovoy, Chas. Cole. Clerks: G. A. DoWatera and J. W. Dclaplaine. Voting placo 217 north Jellerson uvu nuo in tho Tudor building. Second ward: Judge-.: Jacob Card, J. D. Mann and J. S. Walker. Clerk,: It. II. Bennett and T. E. Kelley. Voting placo Mann's hotel. Third ward: Judge-,: J. M. Stew art, K. r Fullenwidor and J. 1 Thompson. Clerk-.: V. V. McCluto and C. G. Taj lor. Voting place Jonos' carpenter shop, 224 South st root. Fourth ward: Judges: It. S. Moore, Pratt 'Williamson and J. II. Jones, Clerks: V. Nelson and Shermun Culbertson. Voting placo court house. Republican The central committee lias arranged for the following Republican meetings to be held at the time and place designated, and ad dressed by the speakers assigned: Leanna, Oct.21, J. B. Atchison and Geo. Amos. Geneva, Nov. 1, Baxter McClain and B. E. Clifford. Deer Creek, Nov. 2, E. H. Funston and Geo. Amos. Osage Valley, Nov, 2, J. B. Atchison and Sam Gard. Liberty, Nov. 2, C. A. Savage and S. J. Stewart. Iola City, Nov. 5, Chas. F. Scott. LaHarpo, Nov. 5, Oscar Foust and Baxter McClain. Tho local committees are oxpected to make arrangements for those meetings. fefefefefetete4tetefefe ft Rffl-- Sfll-'i ttfl- S fFlrrrrri irlrirlr IMMMiiiMMiMM.MBMlMMMnn, . .. n r iriTrirtr iiifiniiiiiiwinjumjii i n mouonDiii8Kwerewallowei follows! ''"" rm& nOMoKlnney, rock.,1,.. ....,(., ... $87 88 UHl!rown,'!ator .;.. . ' ; 1741) A T Hoffman, labor... ......, 10 63 A ,1 llttftncr, labor 18 M T ODennlson, labor i 10 80 Chin Listen teaming . 2 25 J II Sum, teaming . .. tin Luwson Nomnn, teamlnu 2 60 J II lloolt. teninlnis .. .,...28 18 O K J'rlce, Hurrcy . . . 1 so During McDonnell, part pay too 00 II Vt Thrasher, uiiiron numbers 720 J 3 Melluln, mi'K , , , J ho Cement Co , walk nnd curb . ., 131 07 Lithograph Co , bonds . . 1,1150 Bids from O. Foutt, Cvinjr& Stiv ago and J. F. Thompson to assist city attorney Morso in tho damage suits against tho city were received and filed. Moved and seconded that J. F. Thompson be retained In defend ing tho city in tlitl Hino and Crigler cases. Tho judiciary committee reported that tho Lanyon Zinc Company would not mako a lower olTer of gas than tho Iola Gas Co. made. Tho com mitteo on public improements was Instructed to advertise for bids for drilling n gas well for tho city. Council adjourned to meet October 22, 1000. K A NS A S GUI'S AND COM3! KNTS3 A Lyons county Hough Hitler had his leg broken by his steed falling uunng a paruue. Independence reporter: Barbers chargedDemocrats and Popullstsextra for shaving Saturday night. Thelrfaces wero so long. An ordlnnry horso weighs about 1,000 pounds but a man up at Troy has (inn tlmt unlirtia " i1' nnnmlu This Is what gamblers call a "horso and." It was reported that a Topeka thief with $2,000 worth of silk was hearted for l'mporla and the people of that town spat cotton all day they wero so anxious to catch him. Any man who will go to Lawrenco and lay tho long oxpected pavements will have tho prajers of that city and can lav up a tieasuro in heaven for every brick he lajs. Tho Winlleld Courlerannounces that tho steamer Oljmplu has ended this season of stirring the. mud in tho Ar kansas river. It was tho only steamer on the river, so another monophly is oil duty. Ottawa has a tobacco crop and Lawrence a cotton crop. If they would ljncli two or three innocent negroes now ono could imagine ho was living where tho governors remark about the long waits between drinks. Tho editor of tho CherryvaleClarion ate dinner with ono of tho hotel pro prietors and went back to his olllco and swelled up and swelled up and then wrote: "Kver.v thing in tho hotel is kept in tipple-pie order." At a Republican rally at Indepen dence everybody In town was present but two ladles. They drove up town in their buggy but tho bridal slipped oil tho horse and ho shook tho llan. beau parade and trotted back to a former home in the country. A Miltonvlllo paper believes that when humanit.v Is extinguished and tho world's bwoks have been balanced It will tako more than a subsoil plow to locate the Concordia hoodlums who hooted ut tho .Miltonvlllo band. A fake doctor who staved In Wichi ta soino time and contracted liills walked oil without notice tho other day. Among the most aggravating thefts was the taking awav of a vote for Bian, as ho wits ti Democrat. The Chanute Tribune sings: Fortune came and loudly knocked At my door, wl'h cheery hail, But alas! for fortune's labors; I was over at my neighbor's Pouring out a bard luck tale. Tho Aikansas City Traveler sajs that so far as It is concerned it is all right If tho strolling singer can arrange it with "Tho Girl I Love in Sunny Tennessee," but ad vises telling her by letter and not try ing to jell to her. Su Frank F Smith jour faun for he has at tho lowest rate. for a loan on 405,000 to loan Meetings. o ",x','"l''',"'iT",'T""2jxf'' ' THE IOLA 'LtEGlSTEK w,rfflirttKJUI Ono small bottle of flail's Groa Discovery cures all kldnov and blad dor troubles, removes gravel, cures diabetes, seminal emissions, vvoak and lamo bac.Ks, rheumatism and all ir regularities of tho kidneys and blad der in both men and women, regulntes bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist will bo sent by mall on receipt of t. Ono small bot tle is two months treatment, and will euro nny ease above mentioned. Dr. K. V. Hall, solo manufacturer, P. O. Box 02(1, St. Louis, Mo. Send for testimonials. Sold bj nil druggists. Ileiitl Thin l'iltsburix, Kuns. April 21. 1000 I Hnve Hied Hull's Ore it Discovery for 111 id tier nnd ltlilncy trouble, mid uuuldnot tnlio a thousand dollars for the benefit received from iislntf one bottle I feel that I mn perinnnently cured I make this stnttnrnt from n sense of duty lh.it I one to those likewise aflllctcdund trust Unit they will tuko advantage of tho In formation unit rcnlb-o tho tuithof my assertion J ! HAM. Contrui'tor. NEGJ10S AUK BABRED Frslon Mniingciiient in Kansas Will try to Disfranchise Colored Topeka, Oct. 10. Hellablo informa tion has been received at Republican stato headquarters that tho fusionlsts will endeavor to disenfranohiso the negro voters of Kansus on election duy. Tho reports to that effect are coming in from several sections of Kansas, so that the movement seems to bo general. Tho following letter from W. C. Buck, secretary of tho Republican commlttco of Nemaha county, is a fair samplo of tho cntlro lot: "Morton Albnugh, Chairman. "Dear Sir: Tho Democrats hero say that tho negroes In Kansas have no right to vote, and that they pro pose to bar them from voting hero on election day. Plenso advlsomowhat to do to protect tho rights of tho col ored voters." Similar Information has boon re ceived from Wyandotto, Graham, Bourban, Douglas and Sedgwick counties, centers of colored popula tion. Having been unnblo to corral tho colored vote, tho fusion managers now propose to adopt South Carolina methods and prevent tho colored citi zens fiom voting. Tho Democrats claim that, under section 1, artlclo V. of tho stato con stitution, colored males tiro barred from voting. That section reads: "Kvery (white) male person of 21 years and upwards who shall havo re sided in Kansas six months next pro ceding any election, and In tho town ship or ward in which ho oilers his voto ut least thirty days next preced ing such election shall bo deemed a qualified voter." ThoKansas constitution was adopted in 18.1H and went into operation in 18(11. Sinco then tho fifteenth amend ment to tho federal constitution has been adopted and, as a note to tho section quoted abovo in Webb's gen eral statutes of Kansas, tho author says: "The word 'white' In section one became Inoperative by tho forco of tho lifteenth amendment to tho con stitution of tho United Stntes, which took effect March !), 187!)." Chnli inun Albnugh, of tho Republi can stato committee, ridicules tho schemo hatched by tho fusion mana gers to shut out tho colored voto. "Of course, tho fusion manipulators n ro llablo to try most any sort of a schemo," said ho todaj. "Like tho drowning man, they are grabbing at straws. Thoy tealim their coming do feat in this stato and aro growing dps. perato. It was shown up a few davs ago wherothey proposo to attempt to disfranchise the Kansas soldiers In tho Philippines. Now thoy aro figur ing on barring tho colored voto. Tho next move they mako will probably bo to attempt to disfranchise ovcrybody who will not voto their tickot. In tho matter of trying to disfranchise tho negroes, thoy aro simply worklug along tho lino piedlcted by tho Repub licans, nnmoly, to gradually wlpoout negro suffrago in ovcry stato in tho Union. Thoy havo nlteady disfran chised tho negroes In seven Southern states and aio extending their work along that lino just as fast as thoy daro to go. State or Ohio, City or Toledo, ) Lucas County, j" ss Frank J. Chenhy makes oath that ho is senior partner-of tho Arm of P. j. unenoy a vo., doing business in tho City of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONBHUNDUED DOLLARS for each and ovory ease of Catarrh tha icannot bo cured by tho uso of HALL'S CATARRH CURE. Fkank J. Chunky. Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed in my presonco. this Oth day of Decem ber. A. D. 1880. A. w. Gleason, SEA I s r SEAL Notary Public. Ball's Catarrh Curo is takon nally, and ucts dirootly on tho und mucous surfaces of system. inter blood Send lor testimonials, trco. F. F. Cheney & Co.,Tolcdo,0.. Sold by Druggists, 7Go. Hall's Family Pills aro tho host SEWD 47ct9- M&J Now VI aims & f )iirnli fliiW TTamotTL V wavMKIfcMMMMaawii WJH !nuunu ceuvtr Urn whtj5?j;li WMwwi-'rF'- Lwt tf riulo at uuiC I rlv-0 IB-sXWUH-! mJmSmmiMsii &? y A mSHMm. V FRIDAY O'nTATmTUSrt iflnn . ' . rrrT f"l"?" ' '"" ' ' Story g Answer to tlio American l'ollticlairs Denial. Chicago, Oct. 18. Douglas Story, tho correspondent for tho London Mall who mado tho original charge that Webster Davis received $I2,",0()0 from tho Boors, In a second artlclo which U cabled tho Chicago Tribuno, answers Davis's denial. Mr. Story also'oablcs an independent statement, which Is as follows: "My statement published In tho Dull Mail that Webster Davis receiv ed from tho Transvaal government a bribe of 912,000 to organize a pro Boer agitation has drawn from that politician a denial. Witnesses can be placed In the bov to prove that'Davis received tho sum I stato for the pur pose I stute. "Davis says It would havo been im possible for him to carry -100 pounds weight out of the country. I hav o not stated to tho countrary. Ho did not carry his makings in gold. At tho be ginning of tho war tho Transvaal gov-ernmcnthnd-J (50,000 pounds ( ?2,.'i00,000) at its credit in tho Bank of Holland. To that sum frequent deposits wero subsequently made. A check on tho bank, or on Dr. Loyds, or on the Neth erlands Railway company, would not havo overtaxed Davis's transport capacity. "Thosearoallthopolntscontalned in Webster Davis's denial as retltdnd here. Everyone of them is Irrelcvan and all without foundation In fact. AS TO THE liOEtl DENIAL. 'To Davis's sldo comes Van Boes choten, secretary of tho Transvaal le gation at Brussels, who says my state ment is an absolute calumnv. Von Booschoten was not in tho Transvaal at any tlmo during the period covered by my charges. "Ho says Kruger sawllttlo of Davis. I never suit! ho saw him at all. My statement was that daily Davis was recolved in secret audience in tho exec utive chamber of tho government build ing. Webster Davis arrived in tho Transvaal on Wednesday, January 24. Ho loft for Natal with Stato Attornev Smuts tho Monday following, Janu ary 21). Ho icturned to Ptetoria on February fi and finally left the (Trans- vaal two days later, after a fortnight's sojourn. WHERE MONEY WAS PAN). Investigation brought out tho fact that 'K'ljOOO was paid to Hargrove, an Englishman, to support pro-Boer agi tation; '."OO to Smit, a railway com missioner; an annuity to Reulnald Stathan, an Englishman, to write pro Boer articles for tho British press; and a loan of$U0,000) to Messrs. Men dolssohnaud Bruce, tho latter an Eng lishman, to publish pro-Boor urticloi In the Standard and Digger News. "If Webster Davis can get A S. Hav, United States consul at Pre toria; Mr. Stowe, consul general at Capo Town, or tho American attaches with tho forces In South Africa, or Secretary ofStuto Hay to attest to his bona lidos, his refutation may do sorvo attention." TRIED TO 11RII1E CONSUL STOWE. The London Mail this morning pub lishes tho following from Mr. Stor.v: "Senatoi Ilatiua, If hodosiiesto look, will find in tho t coords of the stato do pat tment at Washington conclusivo proof that Ilollis, tho American con sul at Lauroiio Marques, bought con traband stoics for tho Boers during tho war, that Maerum, lato American consul at Pictoria, was in tho pay of tho Transvaal government; that Con sul General Stowo at Capo Town was Insulted with an oiler to bribe, and that Webster Davis recolved $125,000, Maerum 57o,000 and Montaguo White 1 million dollars to raiso tho pro Boer agitation in tho United States. "When Wobster Davis left Pretoria ho gave expression to this prognnnt remark: 'IJ am prepared to forfeit my placo In tho government If Presi dent McKtnloy doos not consent to do justlco to tho Boors.' A fortnight bo foro this ncody and ambitious solid tor had never soon a Boer, was abso lutely ignorant of Boor hopes, Boer aims und Boor policy, and did not know what constituted justlco to tho Boers. Tho recollection of his spcoch at Capo Town brings ablush to tho cheok of every American there today." Itcsoltitlona Whereas, It has pleased our heavenly father to Remove, from labor to Rest, our friend and brother Dr. O. II. ISoulston. Therefore bo It Resolved, first; that In this tho lirst vU.lt of tho death nnxcl to our lodge and tho breaking of tho Urst link In our chain of Friendship, Love nnd Truth Colum bine Kebcckah Lodi;o has met with un lrre p,irabla loss. Resolved second; that wo will ever hold In lovlnKRcmcmbrunco tho tender and lovlm; words with which ho oter Rouk'ht to eouncl and ituldo us In tho noble teachings of our older, Resolved third, that tho lender sympithy of tho entire lodgo Is oxtended to Bister lloulson and her family In their hour of sorrow and beroavement Resolved fourth' that a copy of these Re solutions bo scut to tho family nnd bo spread on tho minutes of tho lodgo, LoNi-MMa Evans, Rose ICnai-I' JllNMB MASON, SPECIAL OFFER dend you thl Violin Outfit ' Cut thin ad out and vend U unwind we Mil xpretfn, c U M nultjutt ur uinrvflB oilUeaud If 'not vxaiUy as nroeeiiUHl, nnd tho inot woiulurful tuirtulu jou ver haw or niuiti or, my uiu kiitwHniuni our WKli CIAL OFFER PRICE, 82. 077-e4W. or 2, o uid ttrtitM cliutifti. IMiU u uvular SU.OQ hiimllvarlua model Jolln -ilchljr colored, Illicitly kj11himI, powerful and swftt In tone, ooiutjilcto with duo how. ono oxtiu Bit atrliitfti, violin rnfo, rosin mid ono of tho best Hint ruction book ever publlehed Wi Ite for mush a) liutrumtmt and oriun and A alio unit jewelry rfttftlotfiioDmiUW fto, containing 10 ituri a LM-nOBEmS' SUPPLY HOUSE, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. PT 4T J -"" r T- )--'W TTW1 (TV "-.TI BTtt' T,yxHW&ij&ll2Wi'? I " "" u Uiiedeiitlml's Letter Writing UriiigH Trouble Expressed Himself Freely Ycnift Ago Topeka, Oct. 10. Ono of tho most effective campaign documents which has fallen into tho hands of the Re publicans this, y cur is a letter written by John W. Breldenthal, fusion noinl neo for governor, which mudo Its ap pearance today. In It ho makes a vicious assult upon tho foreign rosld dents of Kansas and also upon tho coloted population. As Is well known, Biiedcnthal's long suit ii letter writing. It has got him Into trouble .mnnj times In the past; it has got him Into trouble again now. The letter which will caue him much embarrassment this campaign was written to a friend In Pennsylva nia, In response to a letter in which the friend had evidently dejHored tho fact that Kansas went for Bryan and Populism in 'Oil, Biiedcnthal's letter .vas dated December 10, 1800. That was just after tho election, and ho was freo to express his real sentiments. Ho was so proud of his reply to his Pennsylvania friend that ho hnd his stenographer make a number of copies of it and send them to Ills per sonal friends throughout tho state. Ono of his friends was Dr. Anna Kni berg, at that time a resident of 217 West Fifth street, Topeka, but now of Chctopa, Kansos. The other day, in somo unnecountublo manner, sho lost tho copy sent her by Breldenthal, and it has como into tho hands of the Re publicans. In tho letter, Breldenthal gloats over tho fact that tho Peoplo's party Is not mado up of tho "ignorant and vicious elements in our State, as for Instance, tho colored population, and again the vicious foreign element." He says that Kansas City, Kansas, is a "den of iniquity," and that tho "vicious and un-American classes" kept Bryan's majority down to 12,000. Ills denunciation of the colored pop ulation nnd the "ignorant foreign element" will not tend to help him in his canvass this vear. fter insulting the foreign dement andjtlie colo red population, Bieiden thai went on with some other observa tions in his twelve page letter to his Pennsylvania friend. Ho denounced tho "Iniquitous Em oiican financial policy which compelled Kansas farm ers to sell corn tit ten cents a bushel," declaied that people who think pros- petit can be icitoted by stinting fac tories are densely ignornnt; claimed that it was absolutely Impossible for tho people of a gold standard country to be prosperous and happy, and then admitted that thero Is one decent and honest Populist olllcial in Kansas and that hi-, name is Breldenthal. Ho in sinuates that tho other Populists olllcials ate till crooked. Extracts from this most Interesting letter follows: "YOU AND I KNOW TH VT A LARC1E MAJORITY Or THE SOI1EII, INDUSTRIOUS HOME OWNERS' 01' KANSAS 1IELONC) TO TEE 1'Ol'ULIST PARTY! TEAT THAT OIl OANIZATION DOES NOTEMIIUAUE WITH IN ITS ME.VI11EKSIII1' TEE ICJNOIt VNT AND VICIOUS EI.EMEN1SINOUR STATE. AS, POR INSTANCE, TIIECOLOIIEI) POP ULATION, WHICH CAN 1IECOUNTEDON AS IIE1NO REL1A1ILY REPUIILICAN! AND, AGAIN, THE Ki.VORANT TOEHIGN ELEMENT. "Outsldo of the cities and towns Bt'janhad u majority of over .10.000 in Kansas, but the Ignornnt and vicious un-American classes cut down this magnificent majority obtained among Intelligent people who icsldc in tho country nnd rural districts, where the atmosphero is untainted with tho poison and venom of such dens of Iniquity as Kansas City, Kan sas, to a fraction over 12,000." "How long, oh, Lord, how long, will men who wero given an inheri tance lit for a king and who might bo tho most intellicent peoplo on tho faco of tho earth, contlnuo to submit to tho rule of tho ignorant asses, Instead of tho intelligent masses ? Tho greatost troublo now with Kan sas is tho fact that, as a result of tho damnable, vicious, European finan cial policy, tho products of her soil have been reduced in prico until thoy will not pay tho cost of production. Think of Jowoll county, raising 10, 000,000 bushels of corn, and bolng compolled to sell It at 10 conts per bushel. I talked with a Jowoll county land owner tho other day on tho train, who told mo that It cost him 0 cents per bushol to havo his corn gathered and marketed; that ho sold It for 10 conts, giving him 4 cents por bushol not for corn. That thoso in tho East who nro traducing Kunsns assist In Inaugurating a policy that will glvo tho Kansas farmer a fair return for tho products of his soil, and in flvo years sho will pay off ovory obligation sho owos Eastorn peoplo." "Can you point to a slnglo gold A DOUDLE DARREL BREECH QlflflT PUNS AND Ihi Hunt IMMtniru lutlil ml nvcltit nf tlirut in ter. iou ESI IV ggpilllPJffi rifeSGET We pan Ha o yiiu liirf dollar, on umvt, VVrllo ut oni-u. Wo veil more HurtlnK ( loul, than any OTH ER E IN THE WORLD. Tuna, UuntlmjUiiatM Hat,. G'ul. llelu. riootH. Shell lloxo, 0K VVfiliV, Col tuft. TtntiiaiiilTui.i HiilKlooiU anil r hlilntr 1 acklo all ItiourVHxWH VII tunro r KrKIHNCmuirHE. ROBERTS SUPPLY HOUSE, 717-721 Nloollot Avenuo, MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. 0 ti.u wiusi'i'ruua turn iiuiiiiy r iuii till prosperous nno nappy y.icjntha other hand, do you not know that In every slnglo gold standard country labor is reduced to Its lowest depths ? Tako Italy, Austria, or any other country ! There tho solo subsistence of the laboring people consists of soup mado by shaving hard brc vv i bread into a bowl and pouring over it boiling water and seasoning it with popper and salt. Each member of tho family, joung and old, wltbaladlo or spoon, stands around this bowl eating of this wholesome, luxurious 'repast. This Is repeated tlirco timos per day. If this Is what the peoplo who advocate 'honest money' doslro to see in the United States, why scould wo expect different results in tills country than have been obtained in every other country where tills policy has been put into practice?" "Wo boast of our intelligence, and we aro intelligent, so far as not being Illiterate, but a better term would bo to say that wo aro educated. At tho same time wo lire woefully ignorant of thoso common, fundamental princi ples of government, which must bo un derstood by tho people of any coun try before wo can obtain any degree of prosperity. We have been satisfied with getting together on tho Fourth of July each year and listening to tho oratory of distinguished gentlemen, who proclaim that wo are tho groutcst and smartest peoplo on earth, while tho peoplo of other nations, though not hnving any day to eelobrate, or any day in which thoy can got to gether nnd ongngo In any personal laudations of theirachelvements, hnvo mado steady progress toward a condi tion of nlfarls under which any man who is willing to do his fair share of labor, can surround himself and his family with all tho necessaries and comforts of life. "With reference to tho abuse of Kansas becoming nauseating, and tho probable elfeet Its continuation will havo on mo politically, I want to say that thero is a great Held for labor In this direction In tho East. Tho peoplo who think that you can restoro pros perity by starting factories aro so densely Ignorant that tho first work to be done will bo of a klndorgurten character, and should you need any kindergarten teachers, Kansas Is pre pared to furnish them by tho score To my mind it is simply upalllng that any considerable number of intelligent people would accept this theory. It must bo apparent to you that factories must start as a result of prosperity, as a result of tho demand; created for their products by leason of tho peo ple being employed at good wages and receiving for the products Jof tho toll good prices, thereby enabling them to purchase more clothing, more food'and moro of all tho comforts and necossarios of life, and that, when the factories. aro started in this manner, their starting will bo salutary and will bo hailed with joy by tho yeoplo. But the idea of starting u' factory in order to ereato prosperity, when tho sholves in every establishment through out our ontiro country aro breaking with the goods, many of wh'ch aro shelf worn because of tho inability of the people to purchase, is ridiculous. "Looking back over a somowhut eventful career, I can sco many points whoro I might havo done dltlcrently, In lov of tho light possessed nt this time. For Instance, I do not know that I would have dovoted a good portion of my time and considerable money for tho last twenty years en deavoring to bring about a changed condition of affairs for the peoplo who do not appear to want a change, but, on tho other hand, I might havo pursued a course which would havo resulted In classing mo along with tho so called respectableelement of society, rather than being classed with tho anarchists and rcpudiators. "I am ploased to say that I havere colved very courteous troatment at the hands of tho Financier, a financial paper of Now York city. Mr. C. A, Hazen, associate editor, concludes a recent lottor as follows: 'Hoping that tho rumors of your approaching election to tho United Statos senator ship will bo confirmed as to acertainty before many months, and congratula ting you in advance on that probabil ity, wo remain, etc.' By this it would appear that I havo been able to con vinco ono New Yorker that thero la at least ono Populist holding olllcial position in Kansas who does not ro lled unfavorably upon tho stato." To Stop n Cold Aftor oxposuro or when you feel a cold coming on take a doso of Foley's Honey and Tur. It novor falls to stop a cold if taken, in tlmo. Camp bell & Burroll. PARKER'S HAIR DALSAM Cleanse and bctutlllei tha hair, Promote a luxuriant growth. Nevor Falls to Itoatoro Gray Hair to Its Yonthfirt Color. iievnti pimlmtf antl hair UlliDg tVio and tUOatDrufpUti. ASK youk DuuaaisT LOADING $13 SHOT GUN for $7.77. NEW WINCHESTER RIFLES, 83.07. NEW BREECH LOADINQ 8HOT OUNS. 84.47. NEW WINCHESTER SHOT QUN8, 8IS.07. 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