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HON. Volume III. MEMPHIS, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, JUIY 13, 1113. Number .V4. GREAT REDUCTION SALE! OF- Clothing Bargains for Men, Boys and Children. PlIMNfl THK NEXT SIXTY Days I will offer my entire Slock f Spring Clothing d Mich Low Prices as will make competitors' '-hair stand on ml. This means business anl no sham. A like Reduction will be giv eii un all other Clothing. Spring Clothing For Can in- found in our store that will please anyone. You will find it large, varied and complete, with prices to suit the purse. We have a new and complete stock of Hats, Caps, I ndiTwear, Neckwear, Cassimere, Worsted and J Villi 1 lltllt l lie in limiwc m i Ull.l U1IU J In short, every article usually carried j by a FIUst class Clothing and Men's j Furnishing Cowls House. We ex tend to vou a cordial invitation io ctdl and take a look through our im- mouse stock. r "No Trouble to Show C 0 Remember the Place G KEEN r RO?T. MTH SIDE OF SMJIAE, Mi x t empnis, Mo. 1. Humphrey, proprietor, i i: Men and Boy SHYLOCK DID IT. He's Been at the Bottom of All Deviltry Since Mosses. Who wants gold or single standard? The moneylender. Wlio wan!.- to demonetize silver? Tin- moneylender. Who wants to retire the greenbacks? The moneylender. Who want.- dear money and cheap pr (duets? The moneylender. Who want- national and state hank currency? Tin- moneylender. Who wants a sy stem of finance which is subject to manipulation to the ex terd thai panics can ha produced? The moneylender. Who hold.- t he majority of mortgages? The moneylender. Who crowds the mortgagee and fore closes mortgages? The moneylender. Who hid- iii the property at very low price? The moneylender. Who gets t),, benefit of the sacrifice made? Tin- moneylender. Win makes landlord- on one side and tennants on the it her? The moneylender. Who is resMnsible for the process which crowd- more of the products of the -oil ami of labor into tin- dollar? The moneylender. Who oontrolls the national indepted ucss of tin- entire civilized world. The money h uih r. Who ruined Australia? The money lender. Who ruined I nil ia? The moneylender. Who has the clutches on the throat of t he'wdi ld'.- industries? The money lender. Who caused the downfall oi Kgypt? The moneylender. Who caused the spark of life to de part from Home? The moneylender. Who caused the eol!ase of Hahylon? The moneylender. Who put the exception clause on the hack of the greenback? The moneylender. Who passed the national hanking act? The money lender. Who contracted the currency in lsr,;-ti7-18? The moneylender. Who demanded the credit-strengthening act ? The moneylender. Who demonetized silver? The moneylender. Who caused the panic of 17-1? The moneylender. Whodictated the resumption act? The moneylender. Who opposed the Bland silver law? The moneylender. W ho forced the passage of the Sher man bullion law? The moneylender. W no tooK gout out of the country. i uoiwjiiisianuing political pressure, the couuiry. r ree coinage ot saver is ue The moneylender. enormous o-i-.vet- of the patronage, the manded by the laboring chissse. and Who is rc-ponsible for the present money panic? The money lender. Who will be the gainer in the finan cial race for exlstanee that is now be iny; run? The moneylender. Who i ever looking out for No. I ami himself? The moneylender. Who must the neoole dethorne in order that they may gain complete in- dependence? The moneylender. imon Hatchet The Pansy for July Develops many strong point- in it- two leading serials by Mrs. ;. fi. Alden I 1 'sitisv i ami V V 1 :ol.' . - :i '-I' M re! S,1U !le V . ! 1 ii ; :l? t . ! i ; being l ouniMla.it tear sketches. ! ; Short stories and artie Ikewise set r .1. ..... i. ,-..-., .. ...l ; I i O I III i I It j HI I M '-I " o , I II I M.lilU.U 11 jUI:i I cation, which i to furnish the best reading to be had for the you::-- folks j and the family. The "American I I Literature Paper" e meerns itself this j ,i montn witn tne poets .ionn i.reeieai Whittier and diver Wendal Holm. names that will tueh a responsive chord .i : ... t .. l . in im- ut'an m cii-n reativr, i i ice ! 1 ,LI I , , .. 1, ... ! t Ti.ii' a Mill fj i vii t .i -1 uu I e : . i '. Luthrop Company. ivblUhers, Boston. ! tennis, and two little Indian babies 1 11. .1... ....... i m no ni- oouuu m un- hit i";,- i "Through the Barnyard Hate" and "mrougn me oarny . - WyWlel. mu pictorial baby ! , i . i i serials, are dainty and swti.ut. There .are pictures for oaoy to io.-rc at, and rhyme.- for mama to read to baby. 1 Price ii cent- a year: . cents a number. Lothrop Company, Publishers, Bos ton . Baby land for July P hil'niia.:' J?"1" 'PUffl: cry little, if any. i do not believe Is a real summer number. All about that the administration is inclined to The Growing Infamy. Another step han been taken in the . . . conspiracy againsl the producers of the world. The announcement of the sus- pension oi r coinage m India is followed instantly hy a clamor for tin1 unconditional repeal nf the Sherman law by tin' United States. Tin1 clamor comes from tin- same parties who have demanded the repeal for months. They assume that since tin- Indian act inn. tin' United States must take the -it ne course. If tin' United states shall at tni- tune rotjeal the Sherman law un- conditionally, or w ithout the substitu- ion oi tree linage, she will prove to the world what many have for year (1 that our country is a cot n- .a. ueiM mien! if Ireat 1 Sri! ian. oi' to put it tersely, a depetidetie of Lombard I connected or in sympathy with tin street. London. India ha.- 200.X)o,0JU J gang, f we are to have an investiga population, and her only currency isjtion, let i; not be for the purjose oi sj.ouo.ouo.oi hi worth of silver rujiees, vhitowashing any-set of rascals, hut foi Willi HO -Vslem OI Cliec'i- ail'l UlUiis W increase the efficiency of the meager ro.ou per capita of coin. A not her . . . . . r t. . . 1 .i r. . ... "iO0 (Kkl duo wurlli of silver hiillitn is now doinif duty as money at two ier . ecu! less i nan me eoinatie vaiue inai j being the coinage charge). The owners! lit' t hi I ii 1 1 1 ii hi wi!i ie ruin! if t lie suspension of silver coinage is to liejol making an attempt at an invest iga- lermanent. No sane man believes ii is the policy of Kngland t ruin hei own business men. and therefore the only (inclusion tenable is that this is one t of the nioveiiieiit.- of the Rothschilds Iklehcituers to brow bent the United after w hich the Indian ban will bH lifted and Kngland w ill make T. cents or more on every ounce of silver used in the -Indian trade instead of the 12 cent.- per ounce that is the profit she now makes. She buys silver for 72 cents to-day (the lowest price in history and coins at a rato of U to 1 for the Indian trade, thus realizing i2 -ents proht on every ounce st coined. When she succeeds in browbeating the United States in the entire disust; of silver, she buy the product of our mines at less than f0 cents an ounce and con- tinue to coin for India at the rate of ls nearly so well deased as he Th.-St. Limis Uepuhlie it will Ih re $ I. ."." an ounce. The stoppage of the might be. 1 feel satisfied thai our meml-orcd raised a fund to erect v -'-"m- mints in India at this time, just ! tore t tie extra session oi congress, is another "bear moveuient" on the part of the dealers (gamblers) in securities to effect the further reduction of the amoucl of metal- in which debts mav lie paid, and correspondingly increase J the itil ue of the remaining money, and still further reduce the price of all .,1it,r i.,i. v,i ,f ; i , Xkyv Vork. .limn -Hi - iWi ..r..o,. uient has been heard in financial circles over the published ivpurt of the views of Senator Hill. The senator has come out in favor of free bimetallic coinage, wii.-n Si.nMt,,,' iiiii wi.s i-.o tn t!,.. ..'it,- ! he said to his intimate friends that the ! Sherman law would be repealed in 24 hours provided it. was agreed that the government should return to the policy which it followed up to !s7d. On the other hand Senator Hill declared that j pleadings and infiuenec which tip? ad, this is what free silwr men w Hi now ministration might bring to liear on demand of congress. The domonetiza congress he did not believe that the i'1"15 f silver is ;i conspiracy lxtween Sherman law could be repealed unless ! the banking institutions ol Knglan a was understood that congress would and the eastern portion of the I'nited also legislate as to bring the treasury i States, and the suspension of silver j depart uient back to thai Klicy which was in "ogue up to 1-7.'!. when silver was demon-i -.. St-nator Hill's opinion va.- that possibly the house o representatives might conditionally that they will succeed. If the demo vote for a repeal of the Sherman law. eratie congress stauns true to its alt hough he was doubtful ot that, hut pledges this eonspircay will not suc he had reason.- to believe that uneon- ceed. The low price of silver is tine t ditional rt'oeal could not be secured in the senate. Democratic "Principles." Chairman Harritv. of the IX?niKrati x- . . : .. i . :.. .a, :oue . con. ill 1 1 ie, -;iv s : believe. that the cominir extra ses- L - ion ofcona-ress will ) a short one. for . .... e , Will oe i.ut one iv no. ami Sherman .t siHm be I that will be t o repeal silver law. Some actio;. - . . Ultl ?stion, and i! there is any delay 1 believe there will k .. oe a i; i eai omc! 'ri mi all t he -t ek x changes and business organizations. iM Umd that -,. vvill have the I effect. .T ueddle with the tariff question during I He COlUlIlg special SCSSlOu. It Will Iia uouuh to do without taking un thai The only iU;r. prosperity last This yt ar it is ;t. tai t ue mi i . ui a just simply a lack of eonfidene Auburn, Ind., Time-. i iji-Uitiou uuriniT tiie extra session. Reply to "Reader." Mr. Editor Have read carefully the article in your last issue. signed "Read er." lave also read vour comments on said ar . Mv eonelusio are tha there is as much irony thro article as the writer was ah i LlltO tlUlt I toaecom- pi is 11. 1 1 I can ess. tno aumor nas never ce ganr, but a member of the boodle one who would rejoice to know that a r al, not a sham. in j gat ion was to ! 1 ad. and that t ; violation of law bv our eountv ottieia i might just "reward, even me of them to bee if it diould cause - ijoarders at tic expense "f the ta; J think "1 leader" aimed : u icule the idea of an in v i gat ion unuer j the di reeiion oi inosc iioiiev ired to be t i.ni.iIIk. . ,,r ....t.... ... 1, . I ...... . . ,f l " ,is. uj pun; lu I lie IMUUIII "'the! the u-hoie business, and let all the acts j fl j oi our late and present county olti ials. I c.i j:1 I if ifuiltv of crookedness, lie t-xiHi.-od and i properly punished, li such a tiling i- -ii i uuu'-i ..e proem ri-;nui . No whitewashing, if you ph-a.se! h I seems as if the count v court is desi i-ons I tioa in such i way as to shield from ! i i harm the oHicials. hy putting in one of I the late officers of the count and the acknowledged tool of the liondh to make the investigation, f f the hon- j -s man on the committee will probe to county and rejKirt rgardl- S Ol eoii- j piences, he will make for himself :. j host ol friends, but should he allow the others to over-ride and make a inajori- ty report, then I say, lei the people of 1 the county take the matter nto their own hands and go clear down to K-d rock and I will vouch for the expense's, j lu your comments you seem to take it! 'r granted thai "Header" would be I highly pleased with the prosenl inves- tigating committee. Now I am sure from my per.-onal knowledge of the members of the committee, thai "Head- county onieials have performed deeds so corrupi mat talari vvouhl blush to j imitate. Say, did you ever think of ii 1!i the lignl of honesty how the count; court conducted the compromise tp;e t ion and see if the investigating toiu- thittee find an cixioktiduess! ilOY. m " Congressman Bland's Views. i Heroic measures will 1n ronii-.xl on the oart of this .mvornmm f.,.- tl... i menetiifiation of silver, M Osl einphat cally 1 do not think it is u knock-out I silver in this count rv. On the eon- trary, ! think that if congress does not a.looi some moMsiu-o lo.b-in.,- ,.. direct metal standard it will make the battle of standards the coming issue in this country. This battle will disrupt political parties and cause a contest between the commercial center.- and the great agricultural districts of the coinage in India i- a pari of this con- spir-acy to bulldoze the congress of the ' nited State- to the adoption of the 'id standard. ! d o ! e ' ie Vt the fact that this and OUM?r Bovern - ai', l I -i I-1 It- II ,:: 1 1 1 1 J- -hr-tin it u i '- and tnal tne money Interests of t ii i anu other countries nave fought it. No imjiorteut cotnmereial country has re cently !;;iti a mint for the free exchange of gold and silver. The effort lu.s ijeen t dam up silv frei exchange in tin v 'uiuierce m m K J I " t 1 i ec i ti .i- to itr original value: Thl .ti , an in 1 1 Leu r u i j, commission oi constant! mni i n. That latt eens Iet u- til-T f a remedy. o s iiiis io ue i i io one will uisnut cause, find and auj consisting of 12 members, six o uncompromising gold monomel They admit that France alon maintain the parity of the two on a rato of 1": to !. This t is stronger in material wealth, iipeii and undovoioptid, man hivi tun gland combined. In a country where the per v men wno own tneir tarmes is growing tesas ana me mortgage iie- increasing rapidly there e orosneritv sucb as an iutebi" MISSOURI NOTES The Vernon county institute ha roiled I!'! teachers. There art? I2SMKH) Christians or ciples in this state. The water works at Chillicotlt fom pared to a brick machine. Two ex-Confederate soldiers ar ported at the Saline county poor f; 1 he teacher- institute of Texas ct will very properly be held at Lie A lawyer of Aurvra recentlv from a iady a fee "f two eggs for advice. l tie s ;.; tiern . I H Hi Li; . .t ional I ; i. ,n'll eil in Mi Th. toiMce busin n .'l.inni a 1, A villi: in Louisaua an eav 'lngiug chickens necks a M. K. a: T. railroai d to allow clergymen r.... : in- ii - uii.c.i LI IliUl I i ., ... name oi v ii i loisseau. men lattice from IkuU "si i!inji-water." ner ot 1 tie last !. is, freely translat mere isa great demand foi disease "" n Vernon county to kil he sound and active chinch-. i tie merchant - Monroe ( it are i .s t he imhap : i uai it navmg nan two tvtltf a pound more for ; ! ';'L!1 l! wi' '' -' hi Si . Lo iiters t hat he w ill not visil the W ; fair because it does not represent "quiet i determined pi ty." The Hon. I. II. Melutvi lyre, who lias son 'ity since j been a resident of Jc he retired from the general, has decide to liceoUle a resident .; Mexico. Daniel W. t 'lark, tin largesl govern- men1 le-usionci in Hoon county, died near Sturgeon. r'rida night. He was drummer liov in the Twenty-third Mis- souri regiment, and losl ids si:;!,!. received a pension ol r'72 a on memory ol V ill !:i.:i i ne d ' f, im sneriu wno .-. iii- lite m i.e- ease of his official integrity. The fund las n -e, i j ii u in to a p 1 il ie library which ; wn n-ar the name hy the approval of t ie .-lain officer, rorsvthe school loard. As A Newspaper. iwni-a-weeiY ."ii. i.oui- ue - uj:.. : i ...... .i ' l' comparison, rar su- pei-ior to any a i b I -. i iai ir pi 1 1 ii i -ii. I in America. It s issued each Tuesday and r I'ldav. fourteen to i ages at least e verv week, and i ves t h ' !lU-: u lvet'K earlier, ami ciuci ire lly than auv weekly. At the same time its literary, agricultural and other ucitartuicnts are i n-, ii pa--, ii. ii mis " an is oi evi -rv meniiH'r ol Hi ram ily. and should be n ad in every ing, but does much io incntase the em household. It Is a great semi-weekly eieney if Hie wielety. If yMi do not I-..,., i . i ,ii ii i- im u iii -...i-i-i i tn re ir i a year, tin- same uric- as the . u extra copy will be sent klics. iiee, :or one y ear, to the sender of each club of four new yearly subscribers w ith four dolhii-s VWtt, fi -1- hw -.ii-.i,!.. .. aud i aise a club. Add re u' epul - lie, st. Louis, Mo. . i ii-- luiusummer osmopo first at the new price of I'll copy, t hough unchanged hi si ian. the cent- ixr ' . anyot he number ooi that magazine in the itsdisl uished contri liut.ors eonteutii and in its Ui 1 lllC LUll-l'esl 01 overflowing illustrations by famous artists, i'l-aucois Cooiiee, William . i,,.a!1 u rolls, Andrew Lang. If. H. Agnes Elepplier. and Gilbert ivesen i i i , r i araei arc a few ol tne nat aj'pears on its title page. Th re pieces, all by famous artist mmsi mm. : numocr 1 Ti it - I.i, -tl to -t. azini at 1 1 ne price o: i Kiidv.ii eountr r mat reial in th j is ueiag i-ausaeae i , , l ,.: , , . . nope to urmji t..e usm magazine of t he c untry Our Little Men and Women for July . aeiou- ani into the sj icartiness n t )i , - YQli at i;-.c r uttd ttbian (Iranc " oluinbian I at i bovsi Id cents 0. L , i. j,. .. l-a real condiuon mat eonrront the . . . . . . MK aununistraaon. -uuurn. ind., 1 imes. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR COLIII. Committee Reports. it i- usually one of 1 he rules of a ( "hrts tian Endeavor Society that the Chair man oj each comniitte; should gi-a written report each luonth of the work done, and it is a rule that i.- very gen er.iily Ignored, still, it is a verv im portant matter, and is well worthy of Some of the reasons why committees -hould iiaiiii in written monthly reports 1 1 hey are responsible io the -ecic-ly for tn work that they have had com mitted to them, anti the other members tiave a right to know whether they are - 1 tit -e reports, kept on file hv the ecretary, form a valuable record of vork accomplished, and are yery help s i or luiurc eotnmtttt.'ej to refer to. !t intere.-ts the members of the iociely in all l-ranches ol the work if hey hear regularly what t he other com -in i t tei -s aix doing. t It spur.- th.- committee on to do wuiething worth reKrting, and keeps liein more con-tantly al work, for lh-y tave to give an aecuirt of their stew irdship every month. It is not every ommittee that would care toltiihm the 'xampic ol one that vve know, which nod. -ty reported itself as "dea!." !t incea-es the sense that this I committee work is a grand privilege, affording, as it does, almost unlimited chances ol w ork for the Master, j hat kind ol report should we hand a ui m, one. oi eourse, nor ne that takes a gr at deal n! creiUt to ourselves: nor. on the other hand, one so brief and monotonous! hat it contains neither i ii lormai ion nor interest PorCho listener.-. Hon-', lie so modesl a-to ssiv thai you have done nothing during iln n lot it h. luii try to tell frankly, and with out any pride just what you have -n-deavored to do. and what the results M.l . e I ICo U . I 'on t omit ""minnuidae' routine work, for thai is, aft rail, what tells most. Make your report as inter est ui as you can and show all t he raeltt- l.ers thAt you are interi sled In it your selves. An incident or two, brielly re ferred to. w ill vastly increase tlic inter est of the listeners, cscciaJly in Huefc committees as the Flower and l&clict. If you have any ntquests or suggesthum to make to I he iiiemhers of the so,-i i , the monthly report is a good place to do -i '. We w onder what becomes of all the lokl renorls after thv i,.-n.. i i Are they over looked at again? I'.ic is a suggestion for tiood LiP-rat ure . -ii i in i . I ommittees. Why mil collcel t he re Mirhs ea-h month, and eithu- put tUtii on a file : bind them in an amafceui way. and k I bem iv lieiv auv meiiibti Icon Id i-of,.i- i :i ,,, .,t c." j A ' oi ill W'- 1 ten reel il-", i mi j ,,,,,, . I mittee no; on v mlr,-s il. maKes me iiMtiitlilv business meeting vastly more interest- . Know tin - nv y e.vjKM-ieliee, 1 r il and I -Kndeavor i I e raid. The Boys's Dream. i i can oi ;i nov v. no r. t- i.i.. : i ,il.ll i,.o',,- ti. n; i , i , i . I - ii t 1 f 121.1 1 . i i i , i , . , i uwn caao to him and said: i mi,, i . i i I " 1 "use anu grouiMl . i ...iii,., ,,i,i , .. i i . i ;'' e;ir. of 1 hi ai and I will ive them to you.1 Tin a cam.- mi Honored nidge and -alu. " want v..,; to take m place: am weary t.f hciinr ai irt dai Jier day; I will give you e bench if u will do my place on my v.ori;. Then a doctor iHXtiMtMMl IdKl' ill-, i tisive iraettci and so on. At last an lo i.i r shamtioled old Tommy and -aid: "I'm wanted now to fill ; drunkard's grave I have come to. leo i you will take my place in ,.- bars and on the Htrvet&J T'-.:.- i- a dream that 1 not all ail roam, r'or every Ijoy in the laud to-day who i .V U ' I'O-it ion t, vvitii rlc" tuani judf-" (od n ady Ubnd, i (til I i v UHMi WUV od-feaAHn li ilH!ll-!e usanu: re at " ; IV." t.' mi n ;ii Wi prison e aves. Which . . - ;i ,j j do rtM ' ;hrisl Advocate. xoceo,Vi.w0...1 the t'- V ev. U iO COU.Tnty, v-: v i BJKKldVmtS in icauinsr Popul will have spi 1 1 - asnmgton t jrt the e nn oecdinuH ! iad any other items ot tn-- ou don't wi; t ii! reiKU't Vou ? straight. You wan to know jmub .mu sieais. Zti .i .ssrraet aoout the u Mui ueais a,-.u st'li-tMi u. if the ilnmki orgies that take nlae. i ne p. uto.-rat i t : 1 . ' '" We will give it to ' . . t-nt fear or favor. Suijsoribe tne Non. Con. now. -I a vcar - . .V -, : .-ai. m.v I months ;0 cents, three months ceo,t i ludia ft oi is. Ind.