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Predicts Pre icts Tremendous Panic PanicPresident PanicPresident PanicPresident
President Stickney president of the theChicago theGhieago theiyhicago
Chicago Great Western railroad de declares dedares declares ¬
clares The people are now laying layingthe layinghe
the he foundation Qlmdation firm fir f and lndstrol1g strong for fortrcmendous a atremendous atremendous
tremendous panic It is extraordinary extraordinaryhow extraordinar extraordinaryhow
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how h ow certain associations wilIwarp will warp the thejudgment thejudgment
judgment of even sensible men for it itis itis itis I I
is is not the people who are the panic panicbreeders panicbreeders panicbreeders
breeders breeders Mr Stickney but the frenzi frenzied frenziI frenziIedflnanciersof frenzied ¬ I
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i The Th Argentine republic republicseems seems cursed cursedwith cursedwith cursedwith
with a Congress that has the same samej same samegrafting samerafting
j grafting g propensities as our own for fori forthe forthe I
i the dispatches from Buenos Ayres in inf inform inform i
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f form orm us that the deputies passed feltbills few fewI I Ibills
I bills of of importance irnport nce increased the thebudget thebudget thebudget
budget raised their own salaries and andadjourned andadjourn andadjourned
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Silly Season For Republicans RepublicansThis epublicansThis I
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j i lican politics when the puppets are aretrotted aretrotted
I trotted out for their trial tri 1 heats Later Laterj I
j in the year yearor the entries will be made madefor madefor
for f or the real race and the reactionary reactionaryi
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i and administration a ministrati n candidates will by byi bythat b Y Ythat
i that time be Je developed developedi dev developedTddy IQpe IQpeUTeddy
i Teddy Knows Knowsj KnovsThe Knosv5The
j The Big Stick S ick has been pulled pull dout out of ofits ofI ofits
I its corner and is now threatening Hon HonIduras HonI Honduras
Iduras I duras Nicaragua and Salvador that thatunlessthey thatI thatunless
I unlessthey unless they quit scrapping there will willbe wiIII willbe
I I be something som thing doing in Central America Americai
Ii i Why the United United States should interfere interferei interferehas interferehas
i has not been explained explainedOklahomas explainedI
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I I The constitution constitJti constito tion n adopted by the Okla OklaJ Oklahoma
J homa convention provides provi es that a niajority majori majority majority
ty vote can change ch nge the constitution constitutioni constitutionwhen
i i when submitted to popular vote ote and andj andthe
j 1 the initiative and referendum is nrovid nrovidI Ilovided
I ed for modeled somewhat after the theOregon theOregon theOregon
Oregon plan There should be no notrouble n ngetting o
I trouble in the people of Oklahoma Oklahomagetting Oklahomgetting Oklahomaelfing
getting what legislation legislation they desire if ifthey ifI i ithey f
they evince that t at eternal vigilance vigilancewhich y vigilantwhich gBance gBancewhich C
which is the price pric of liberty libertyIn y + > 1 1Jl I
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The Repli Republican an party is now irt in sec such suchstraits suchstraits h
I Istraits straits that it has just one on man whom whomit whomitregards who whoitregards ip
it itregards regards as popular enough to be the thecandidate theandidat thccandidate t
candidate andidat for fresirlent President Is there any anyparallel an anparallel anparallel
parallel in history to a situation i iwhich in inwhich inwhich n
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which a party part hinges its success en one oneman oneman on onman e
man and when that mantis one who whohas w110has wh whhas o
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has had the courage to drop his own ovvnplatform ownplatform ow owplatform a
platform and adopt that of o the opposi opposition opposition opposition ¬
tion party partyThe partyThe
The Republican party part has claimed a amonopoly L Lmonopoly
monopoly of intelligence inteJ1j ence white it has hasfostered hasfostered ha hafostered s
fostered a monopoly of everything ecr 1thing else elseIsnt el elseIsnt e eIsnt
Isnt it strange that with all the brains brainsit brainit s
it claims to have it has no other popu popelar popular popuar ¬
lar lar ar man man in the party partyRepublicans part partRepublicans partyRepublicans
Republicans Help Them ThemSome ThemSome ThemSome
Some the 1 Massachusetts MassachusettsRailroad
years ago s I IR
Railroad R 1 lroad Commission advocated the thebuilding thebuilding th thbuilding e se
building or purchase 2nd nd operation li lithe hy hythe hythe Y
the government of i a few interstate interstatelines interstatelin interstatlines Ye e
lines lin of o railroad to act as regulator aregulatoof a regulatorof r II IIf
of f rates by byforce force of competition Gov GovHoke GO GOIoke GovIJoke
Hoke Smith of Georgia is isnow isnow now propos proposing proposing ¬ I
ing the same s same me plan The United States Stateslost Statelost s I I10t
lost a very favorable opportunity of ofinaugurating ofinaugurating o oinaugurating f
inaugurating such competition when it itlet itI i I Ii
I let go its hold on the Union Pacific Pacificrailroad Pac Pacifirailroad fic fict c
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t railroad and and allowed the Harrlman HarrlmanI Harrmaand n I
I and Standard Oil crowd to get at their theirI thei theip r
I own price with the connivance of Re Republican Repubiican Republican
publican politicians politiciansA
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j A Good Deliverance DeliveranceThe Del veJance veJanceI
The reorganization reoig anizati on of of the Post Office OfficeDepartment OfficeDepartment Offc OffcDepartment e
I Department has been advanced by thretirement the theretirement th thretirement e
retirement of Edwin
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a aThird as asThird c
IThird Third Assistant Postmaster General
j i i The minds of the publishers pu bUshels of some somepublications someImbiications so m mpublications
publications will therefore breathe breatheeasier breatheeasier C Ceasier
easier for Mr Maddens s reforms were wereoften were wereII wer e
i often not tempered with witKjustic justice e His Hisraids Hisraids Hi Hiraids s
II raids on some newspapers newspapers were wer o bui buirageous out outrageous u urageous t >
rageous interpretation of the law and andwere andwel an anwere d
were wel were evidently tainted with bittepartisanship bitter bitterpartisanship bitterpartisanship p
partisanship His special aversion aversionwas aversionas aversiowas n
was was as radical Democratic n newspaper
newspapers newspapersand wspapers wspapersand s
and Populist and Socialistic publictions public publications pubHcations a ¬
tions which had just as much right ri ht to tothe totile t tthe °
the mails as the safe and and a 1Ci sane saneorgans saneorgans ane
organs of the trusts and plutocracy I
He was only carrying out the edict of ofhis ofhis o I Ihis
his masters the Republican Republi politicians politicianwho s
who vieVwith vi view w with dislike that good of ofDemocratic old oldDemocratic oldDemocratic d
Democratic policy policyequal equal rights to all alland alland a aand 11
and special privileges p vi1eges to none noneHelping noneHelping I IHelping
Helping Wall Street StreetSecretary StreetSecretary I
Secretary Cortelyou is certainly try tr tring ¬
ing to help out o t Wall Street all he ca can canfor canfor n 1
for besides paying interest intere t oniponds onipondsin on bon bonin bonin
in in adavnce he has also loaned l aned therWall therWallStreet the tiYa tiYaStreet ll l lStreet
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peoples money mone moneywithout without interest pf pfcourse pfcourse Qfcourse
course and promises more if needed neededThus neededThus neededTAUS
Thus the frenzied financiers get re returns returns returns ¬
turns from their campaign campaign contributicn contributicnto
to t o the Republican Rep bIican campaign fund fundlisteri fundListen fundi
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All that t at was charged by the Democrats Demo Democrats Democrats ¬
crats before election of the corruption corruptionand
and grafting in the construction of uf the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania State House ismore than thanverified thanverified
verified by the investigation now in inprogress n
progress progress Moral i1 dont put cotton inyour in inyour In Inyour
your ears when the Democrats Demo rats openly openlycharge openlycharge
charge Republican rascality rascalityThere rascalItyThere rascalityThere
There Are Others OthersThat
That eminent emine t Republican Kansasstatesman Kansas Kansasstatesman KansasWI
statesman who WI 10 has just shed she his suit suitof suitofstrlp
o of ofstrlp striped d clothing seems s to intend to toresume toresume
resume resume his political activity for al already already ¬
ready he has hired a hall and is about aboutto aboutto
to start a paper to ventilate vent fate his woesThere woes woesThere woesThere
There are other whom a fellow feeling feelin feelinshould g
should make wondrous kind for al although alhough ¬ i ithough
though t his cheek is of brass he is but butan hutI hutan bu bun t I
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an a n average sample of ofothcr other Republican RepublicanCongressmen RepublicanCongressmen RepublicaCongressmen n
Congressmen Congressmen still at large largeCome largeCome
Come In The Fold FoldThat FoldThat FoldThat
That trust subsidized organ organ of o the thestandpatters thestandl th thstandXatters e
standpatters standl = a tters the he Economist pictures picturesGov picturesGov pictureGov s
Gov Guild of Massachusetsas Massac 1 setsas a black blacksheep blacksheep bide bidesheep sf
sheep leading a numerous fleck o owhite of ofwhite ofwhite f
white sheep in a wild wil rush over th thfence the thefence thefence e
fence into the Democratic pasture Th Thsign The Thesign Thesign e
sign of harmony ha 1nony just previous to t the theinauguration theinauguration theinauguration
inauguration pf the national nati nalcarnpaign canipaigis campaign campaignis n
is encouraging to the Democrats wh whwelcome who whowelcome whowelcome o
welcome Gov Guild uild or any other 9therhonest othehonest otherhonest
honest Republican who favors tariff tariffreform tariffreform tariffreform
reform
Andy Ought To Know SnowMr KnowMr KnowMr
Mr Carnegie when at the WhiteHouse White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse
House last week declared dec ared that theWail the theWall theWall
Wall Street speculators presume presumeupon presumepon presumetinon
upon tinon pon the government action and relief reliefmeasures reliefmeasures
measures by the Secretary 8ccretar of the theTreasury theTreasulJ
Treasury become less and less effec effective effective effective ¬
tive Yes y es and and nd the Steel Trust in inwhich inwhich
which Mr Carnegie is so largely in interested interested interested
terested not only prestmes presumes upon upon the ihegovernments f thebroverments he hegoverme
governments goverme ts action but the protection
it gets from the Republican tariff law lawis lawis
is most effective in allowing the trust trustto
to make ma e enormous enormous profitsThink profits profitsThink pl ofits ofitsThink
Think Of This ThisIt ThisIt
It is worth w rth while w lile to note that the themain themain
I main effect effect of the new interstate i terstate com commerce comI ¬
coerce law so far has been to enable enablethe enablethe enablethe
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the railroads to keep k CP the rebates that thatthey thatthey thatthey
i they used to pay to favored shippersThis shippers shippersI
j i I This puts all the shippers on the same samefootingrbut sameI samefootin7but
footingrbut what benefit has ms it brought broughtto
I to the public which pays the rates ratesThs
I Ths Th states however however have hav been reduc reducing1 reducing reducino ¬
ing1 passenger pas engfr rates from 3 cents to 2 2cents 2cents 2cents
cents a reduction re uction of 83 13 per centtnd cent centjfnd ceDtfnd
jfnd the public gets the benefit No Nowonder Nowonder Nowonder
wonder the railroads prefer federal to toState
State St te control controlFish
Fish Skins And Feathers FeathersThe
The Collector of Customs usto ns of New NewYork NewYork
York has decided that frog skins areleather are areleather areleather
leather and are subject to a tariff dutyof duty dutyof dutyo
of o 30 cents a pound and 20 4 cents ad advalorem
I Ivalorem
valorem The Japanese importers de declare decla ¬
clare cla e the skins are fishskins and there therefore therefoie herefore ¬
fore being on the free lift Ji t no duty dutyshould dntyshould
should be enacted If the Treasury TreasuryDepartment Treasurypepartment
Department follows its former rulings rulingsthe rulingsthe
the frog skins are feathers for some someyears someyears
years ago the experts experts of the Depart Department Department Department
ment decided decided that frog legs were weredressed weredressed weredressed
dressed poultry consequently frog frogskins frogskins rog rogskins
skins must be chicken feathers and pay payduty paydutr
duty dui accordingly The Dingley tariff tariffas tariffas
as interpreted by b Republican politi politicians PQ1itiians ¬
clans ians is a wonderful law that even its itsmventors itsinventors
inventors mventors do not understand understandEquality understand understandEquality u uerstand uerstandEquality
Equality Before Bei e The Law LawSecretary LawSecretary LawSecretary
Secretary Bonaparte like other Re Republican Republican ¬
publican leaders refuses to endorse endorsethe endorsetheeternal
theeternal the eternal truth c6ritained in the Dec Declaration Declaration Declaration ¬
laration of Independence He denies deniesthe
the doctrine that all men are created createdequal crEatedequal
equal because he says freedom pre prevents preI prevents ¬ I
vents equality Mr Bonaparte to toprove toprove
prove his argument that equality equalitymeans equalitymeans
means Socialism intentionally over overlooks overooks overlooks ¬
looks the fact that the great Declara Declaration Declaration ¬
tion does not declare that men men as theygrow they theyjrfowand theyowand
grow jrfowand owand and develop remain remainequalfar remainequalfarfrom equal far farfrom
from it i t They Th y are created and born bornwith bornwith bornwith
with equal rights rightslife life liberty andthe and andthe andthe
the pursuit of happiness but very ve r soon soonthey soonthey soonthey
they diverge and one becomes a leader
and another even in a free Republic Republicalmost Republicalmost
almost a slave One may ma r be a Solomon Solomonexcelling
excelling in In wisdom and another develop developinto developinto develo n ninto
into a fool Why do we under our ourConstitution ourConstitution ourConstitution
Constitution make all men equal give givethem givethem givethem
them all votes the prudent and the im imprudent iJnprudent im imprudent ¬
prudent the rich and poor alike if ifthey ifthey i ithey
they are not born to the th same estate estateand es ate ateand
and created equally This Republican Republicandoctrine Repubhcandoctrine Republicandoctrine
doctrine of one man m 3n being better politi politically lJOliticaUy ¬
cally than another is dangerous and andthe andthe
the people peopl should bewai beK aie e of of it It is isintended isintended
intended ao to undermine undermine their theiry theirfreedm y freedom
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wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh catarrhcolds catarrhcolds catarrhcolds
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