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nrrkrr. » Buţerworth on the Tarin. )'n>m Our rp" - !*! Washington. !> May -l. N*l - sensation of the week in Con- K rtM was llm Ur iff speech of lion. IVnjainiu Ibitturwoith. Ilepublican member froui Cincinnati. Ohio. He |,*« kicked out of the Uepubllcan truce* tl |i the tariff issue, and will not lie whipped hack. It require* courage for u mail to *tep outside of the |»urt> linen foi the purpose of stating wholesome truth*, but Mr. Ilutterworth wo* e«|uul to Die occuuldn. and. while he ha* no doubt Invited the dl»l»lea»ure of the blind party pres*. the |ir*»ple who have become tired of the swish of the party ki*h will applaud »ii* utterance*. Mr. Ilutterworth said that the price of an article wan not reducer! on ac count of competition alone. It wm re duced ou account of the improved meth od* of manufacture. The committee hud tried to do tlie br*t it could lu framing the hill, but it wa* not alwa\* *afe to rely altogether u|miii the te*Um<Hi> of the itenfflelwriee under a law. I Applause on Democratic mde.) lie hart indicated hi* belief re ■mmu im-.ii'. ••ar- uUgM-C*• Mail than depatt one hair'* breadth from that belief. Of course he respected the w I*I, ’III of the committee, but why we I'aol favored and l*eter turned down? Why hicreaae the profit* of crrtaio ri.t**»»? lie could name eupflaJud* whose profit* had exceeded thoae of all the agriculturist* In any State of the I'nioii. (Applause on 1 mnocratlc aide If. when we had protected equally and lifted up all our Industrie*. and the time should then come when we could wot hold our own tlte moat 111- telllgent. the frre*t and nhle*t people on earth-thru we had U-tter retire from the Held. (Dean wraths applause ; Mr. Ilutterworth then proceeded to expound Id* view* lunching reciprocity with Canada, lie said that we were en deavoring to cultivate relations with A.'Uiiui triple to the southwest, and >rt were afraid of Canada. Abraham Lincoln and I'ljwpi 8. Grant were not suspected of lack of |>atrlott*m. vet they favored reciprocity. There were *o»ne Hull);* in the hill he did not Ilka, lie had known of uti industry that had been able to make *«*».twu.i»S) dividend* on a capital of f 1,250,0UC. L'rotertion ' Why. the ommtry could In such ease* ImHer afford to keep tliew men lu the Fifth Avenue hotel. )»u\ their board and rx|>ensr*. and *n-t them i n). lu the banking buaiur**. lie favor- i rd proper protection. Imt these men i held the world in thrtr grip. When he i said that he did not favor that kind of i protection, he was told: “You arc not i sound on the tariff." The lime !* conic j when *ome little conrern should be t *b iwu to Ameiirati homes and Arnett- t can tire* Ides. A great l**l\ of employes \ tn tht* country wa* foreign, fn some t factories it) the Fast they were known t on the rosters hv uurabrr* because of i unfamiliar it y with their names. He r did not believe it wa* wi*e or prudent - to make such n sweeping reduction in sugar to be supplanted by a l»unity What he wante*l to avoid were such r feature.* a* hr liad pointed out in this r lull- there wa* a thing a* paving too , much for an Industry. Sueh wa* the «. case* with tin-plate. The duty would In* a tax on every farmer's patch, on every can of goal*. That tax would amount to |AO,UOO,Im> before the manufacturer* F of Un-plat.* could declare a dividend. I He wo* anxious that lu* party should * not take a false step. The Allanee and Democracy. Grover Cleveland's latest utterance Is worth) of the leader of the Democra cy. IDs review of the principle* of the Farmer*' alliance I.* at once trenchant and Inspiring. He *tain|M them a.* being evM-ntiully democratic, and welco ties the great army of agricultur ists Into the fight which 1* the heiitage of the democratic party. Detnocrac) springs from the people. It represents, in its last aunt)sis, the man between plow-handles, whether Uie held lie furrows Ixmler* oii the great lakes, or is laved by the waters of Uie gulf. The fanners of Uie I*tilled Slates, blinded mid misled hv trick) politicians, are awaking to their rights, the protection of their homes nnd the happiness of their children. This determination hud* expression in rural organizations, in which the masses protest against the classes. It is democracy under another name. The great heart of Dm |*>ople is aroused, nnd. toucher! by the tnnglc of Cleveland's words. Is strengthened for the battle of lMsrj.—Atlanta Constitu tion. A Herole Engineer. A dispatch from I'ittston Pa. says Uie 4-ycar-uM child of Walter (J. Custer of Dorrnuceton wandered from home, wheeling a child's wheelbarrow loaded with toys, and got lieyotid the I ten nett station ;uid ti|>on the Delaware, l.ncka wanna A Western railroad tracks. The little fellow was amusing himself there when Uie »i:lo passenger train, one of speediest on the Htoomshurg branch, cam© around the curve. The engineer sighted tlie child and reversed the engine, but soon saw that the train was going too fast to lie stopped in time. Denying the throttle he rushed out to tbo pilot stepped far out in front of the Hying engine and waited with out stretched arms until tlio child was reached, when he caught him and threw him off the track. As ho did so the wheelbarrow was splintered Into a thousand pieces. Before the parents could learn of their child's escape the train had left, mid the engineer's name e.ou!d not he learned. Jay Gould's dally income has been estimated recently at 91“». 14c*. Cornelius Vanderbilt's at 515.2 W. John I). Hocke feller’s at $15,013 and William Waldorf Aster's at Sifl.AW. A Congressman's Exporience. Congressman Dolliver, of lowa, was met at a White House reception by a ourrespmidtmt, to wlmm he poured forth Uie Story of Ids trials It was my first taste of official society, as well at a public levee at tlie Kxecu- Uve Mansion. I did not know what U) do when I came here, and ao 1 thought it best simplv t*» follow the crowd. It look me forty minutes to get from tlie i froui door to the coat room, and there a colored man grabbed my bat and coat, while 1 was willing to wager something , handsome Uint 1 should uever get them . bark again. Ten minutes later and the | stream of people tun! carried rue with , them to the reception room. I was a , little dazed at what occurred there and . 1 have lweu a httie dazed ever sluce. 1 r remember hearing uiv name suug out bv some one—“ Mr. Dolliver!” 5 A man whom 1 took to be Uie Presi . dent grabbed my right luuid and pump . ed It up and down a couple of time*. . Then 1 wa* shoved along to Mrs. Har rison. 1 Uunk it was. My aim was p pumped again, am! a* another cog wa* t turue«! lu Uie machine 1 heard myself r greeted by the second lady as “Mr. Gul » liver.” Again the pump rooUou was ,* applied, the machine U«»k up another cog am! 1 was introduced to the next I i.ulv as "Mr.->!clvlU»* , :^Morej»umi» ii with the lights dazzling uiy eye*, and >• my brain a little disordered by visions .* lof beautiful women am! gorgeou* ? I dresses, 1 was |u*mhl along to sUII an il other. * Here! recovered tii)self sufficient!) I to endeavor to regain iHmacasiou of iuv < prnjwr name, hut when Hve minutes la ter the machine moved again 1 found the pump hke action just like it* prede • ceiksors and a large handsome woman I with a French accent, calling me “Mr. Golllbuy.” Then I gave it up, and re i algned uiv self to aiivlliliig Uiat Uiiglit > h.ip|**u In the way of impromptu uutu euclature. More pump handle move i lueut*. more p4i.*lies ou the name 1 came honestly by. ami dually I reached the eml of the hue. mud a* “General ladllcoffer” made my escape Into the Fast Hoorn. Colorado Springs Young Woman— “ Clarence. 1 am afruid you are a black sheep.” C. S. Young Man—“ Yes. dear that Is why I love ewe.” The speech of lien Ilutterworth on Uie tariff bill wo* one of Uie bravest and tmwt sensible ones that has vet been given. People are sometimes apt to confound the protection luterest of the country with the interest of a sin gle firm. Fieri time that Uie duty on steel rail* ha* been reduced. Uie steel roll manufacturers have been able to »how. Just before the reduction wa* mode, that such a reduction would in jure the steel rap Interest of tlie coun try. Of course it never did. Hen llnt l«-rworth take* a strong position in fa vor of a protective tariff. Hut lie does J not lelicve in arranging the protective tariff so that any manufacturing Hrtn may uiaks extraordinary protlla at the expense of the people of Uiia country, j —Colorado spring* Gazette. lU-f.irr a man can succeed there must be a possibility of success. No man could go to the polar regions am! make money by selling ice to the 1 explorers. ' Not all new things come fmiu Uie ef- • frUi Fast. Tlie Bannock and Crow Indian* and other trilie* in tlie northern ltockies are laboring with an extra ordinary delusion that Christ ha* come to earth ami Is nowin the Ihg Horn * Mountains, somewhere lietween Fort Custer and Fort Washakie. Wyoming Territory. General James 8. Hrishin. l\ S. A., commanding in Montana, lias in tlie New York ledger of May 17 an ' interesting letter concerning the hallu cination and giving full am! interesting detail* about it. m m We are Itecoming so much educated in Colorado that the common grass hopper In ps around under the mime of gryllus vlridisslmus. In the Metropolitan theatre recently the orchestra lietween the act* was playing very loudlv and two ladle* in a front row were endeavoring to converse at the same time. They had to raise their voices considerably, and ns the orchestra suddenly reached a low piuevage. the voice of one of the ladies Ixicauic cruelly distinct Just as she remarked, “I wear silk underclothes altogether.” Mrs. Alfalfa—“ln what part of the church is the knave?” Alfalfa—“ The knave i* generally to be found in one of front pews. “Why don’t you run a paper like thnt ?" said a merchant to a publisher, throwing down a blanket-sheet daily. "Why don’t you run a store like that?” said the publisher of the country sheet as he turned the paper over and pointed to a full-page advertisement that brought the city publisher s£3o an issue. Just then the country publisher I* presented a monthly hill for SO. and the « merchant began to talk of economizing - by cutting (town his advertisement and stopping his paper, lie did both, ami the sheriff is now doing Ida advertising for him. “Now. Charley." said young Mrs. Sheepdip, “you know you are delicate, and you must l*o careful what you eat. As long as you can’t get your oat meal or cracked wheat while you’re downtown, you might try some or the rye that I see advertised in the store windows.” Mis. Maloprop Imd been speaking of having tried to do good to on© who was unworthy. It’s no use.” sho said. “It’s like canting pearls iteforo swans. - ’ The trouble with good people is that they usually look ns if they had lived on I green gooseberries all the year. The Local Paper. An exchange quotes the beueUt of the local paper m the following terse and truthful language: The cohitnu* of a paper are the publisher * stock in trade, ami parlies who a*k to use them for their eiq*eciol benefit must expect to |»ay for the same, ami we hope all parties will, after due consideration view the matter lu the projier light. Kverv public spirited citizen of a place should have a pride iu seeing hi* own towu and surrounding country improve. Every new house or bam in the surrounding country, every new load, fence or shade tree, every new manufacturing establishment erected, every new business opened, enchances the value of pr»q«erty In our midst. Every boueal reflecting mind knows lids to l»e true, and you should not forget Uiat the local urwspaper add* much tO the general wealth and pfOP l*«rlty of tlie place a* well a* Increase* the reputation of the towu abroad. It beueUt* all who have a business in Uie place, enchances tlie value of property, beside* being a public convenience, even If not conducted in the Interest* of the ruling political power. If it** columns are not tilled with the leading editorial*. sUII it benefft* you iu many ways. It increases trade, it cautious > against imposter*, it saves vou from aud increases your profits. Now If you want such a paper you must »upi»rt it by advertising your business iu it. ussUt it iu increasing it* circulation bv getting your friends to subscribe with you for it. If you waul such a papet you must not consider it au act of charity to support it, but as a means to increase your wealth os well us that of the place lu which you live. The local press I* the |iowrr that moves tlie pe«qde: therefore supjs»rt it by ndvertiaieg and Hiilmrribiiig and paying for it. The Meeker Herald Published Every Bat onlay AT Meeker, Colorado Davolad to lh« Slock and Ranch Intareata of Whit* and Baar Rlvara. The Best and Newsiest Local Paper in Norttivestirn Colorado. BTOCK BRANDB, •12 Per Tear. Including Cut, Engraving, Descriptive Matter. Engraved Character*, and a copy of Till: llehai.d. THE HERALD Job Department IS W'KI.I. Kqt irPKD WITH Type and Presses rost KXRcmxs AT BBASONABLB RATKB ALL ENDS or JOB WORK —nrrH am— Cards, Checks, Tickets, Dodgers, Circulars, Envelopes, Bill Heads, Invitations, Statements, Note Heads, Programmes, Letter Heads, Etc., Etc., Etc. READ The Denver Republican.; !• Cwr* All BUS Mmmm." I LISKHAL «'«.• MINVI emtK*. EE. O. SMITH. Siin|■ 1 v apply “Bwaviw*, Ointment, j Arrangement, tnrve twen uncle l.y No mlern.l medieiu. required. Cure, .j.| |K || KIIALI) whereby any of the ful- Thoa. Rakar, Marragar. tatter,eeiemn.itch.tflljnipUon»ooJitoj (moanilUadarll ptrindleal* Official Directory. i tho method »ml whoo ryiTlD ntatk* Breeder of pedigreed Holstein-Freshen cattle. Young thoroughbred bulls Synipof FigslsBke , i; UJspJwMnt |Ml( „ n ,' . II M T Hirm»u ii o. Wok**. and refreshing to Iho taste, mud act* ~f r.Htgr**#. . . ii.aa-n Tuwna«u<i of this famous breed for sale. Above cattle are all brumled MCI "» left.slds. gently yet prom|»iy on the Kldueys, Ju<i««-. m.«<* Haiieti , Liver and Howett. cleaunes Um *)• Mar*b«i. z. t. iiiii 891 tem cfTtM-tunlly, <Wel* colda, head- Aitonwqr. j. i». n. i.»n.« Also nui in connection with this herd cattle branded ! ache. ,inl feveanud cure. habitiuU Ui-duaw. • ■ -u.lkl« HE r eonnipelioa. at Fi*. t« the ' ““t* • • J. , . t "tljr refin'd, or h. kind »»er pen _ ; zzzx'zzr-:::: the cosmopolitan, eflccu, prep.rr.l only from the mo.t a,.me,. Tuat lluifiliT. BrAUKt.ixu Vuf.e.i MauA/.tnk ? - healthy mud agreeable substanren, its Trmaurrr. w.ie iiri*i«o«- many gxcclleut qualities commend ii li'inMlon. .... Krr.i hi. k ti»# «n*■(.*•• •eiHMrairS xi*wiiiiy in «ii« w#ris. to nil wd have made it tho ino.l "" "iiianZ Miwmiaraaiui. ...lu ran iua. I P t, P ,, ‘ ar^'«»cdjf known. l. h. OwnHl. H. w. wo.«iuiry. ii. k. Mrw Fular't?d Oeloher |k*« t.. ps I'oirea.— hvruf of figs is for sale !n r.«nu, b. j Tecapto rihl Woir* ia>n*io«trr. Knlarged. cyctoner. i t i. and 01 bottle* by all leading drug- imms cocw. Tlie Cosmopolitan is litersll) what the New Y**rk Tim*-* call* it. “At its ty n/barfon bKfl pK° 2225?-'-' l.' »"«*•«>• —* *»*• «-t "t -he curo it prom,.tljr for any on. aho AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY. withes to try |L Do not noceiA auy ........ - .. .. .. , •uhstiteto. ' " For New Subscribers, for One i ear Only. CALIFORNIA FIB SYRUP CO. ' r ' TC 1 " , ' 1 " ) ,^ r ,.^.^ ( ;,“, ,N, “ ,K, ' r1 " N Ttm CumnopollUn, per year. »i«r. Tiik llkuai.i.. mi. jrar. Hl* iojnmii‘W , ‘ >cne0 mrm\at .a t-H.Tu,k„. tn-e.,. The Price ol the two Publications only 53.75. ■■ ■ Wiiiuitt Wiih’ fa. Ist AnimM lids offer is only to new subscribers b» the C’<»*mt»pohinu. aud only f*»r »h»® year. Or <|f-we W.Taee.p.'B. Jr tv. will rurtilali twlh to new Subtcrltian of Tits llkmai.u. (•rate**’ 11. A’taio#, ....... .( r,«|„nn J. Y. Ilrlnk. (imiPlJunrOon ‘*|t ha* m«»e articles in each nuruls-r Hint are n-ndahlc. urn! fewer iiiiinlerest- Mrakrr 11. ii. Mrirair. iia-thi lug pagm. than aiiv of its rotitcmporif**. —Boston Journal. * r*ll. * ......... Grrwtry tw ?r- A “Till! CoeSfirfll.lTAN" rt nsielire run TUB rilteT TIMS IN MAUA/ISB LlT ba P Hiaprrli#, .... G. H. Allar|.r...k JUIhjL ■ KKATtUK. niI'XTV bpl»M*i*l» 1 1 m»iro(ra Faria* lr>l ala Frier bliharla Orraar* ißapaaalMa. I"«'rtimls»h>orr*, • • A. J. Vnunkrr, Arthur “““ i'turM" .0.1 J»4m J. Nibi’a k. THY IT roil A YKAIV. »Vrl avl Hfiiii’lfr, It. Wsiiirkifu <asrrtE. . . . *. b will l«e a liberal educator to every metnlwr of Hie bousehold. It will Trmaurrr. ii j n a y make tlte nights |>urs pleasantlv. It will give you more for (be tmutr) them you THE HH'DItTJEHT * “o , ’u , ' , “v oU,,r And Only . r.w ,rm» Do you want a Dnt-claa Magaxlnr. iflvlng annually law* mAaf. w f»r('(..mmim. hmux m w.ii.nark logn. t>y theal>lr.t wrttrrii, wltli rourv tlian l.a.Milurtni' STANDARD 6AU6E HOAD turn., t.> tlie fl,vm«t «rll»t.- ». irwlnt.l.- a M.gnzln. iu 111 aX IMT 1 11 rit git*. . * .. ... a . . to .. money can make—a Magazine that makes a *pt*cia!t> of Mi imm l*RKa i»<T-lUaul OvrrwH-r* - 111- ClDnwood Ipringt, Aspen, *rw x«. l Lrww AUan; umhu mu.ljrt«4i live subjects! Leadvillt and M *» ,rr: |,u * Xo - *• ' ,l " rn emus. “Tlie marvel is how the publisher* can give so much for the money.— I’lnlsdel- Denver. urtP . him Fvetilng Call. XWa.oo«4>«.m «*». wa lUoaar mtlk Irt.aalr *l*^* rk> - - **aaS M.TI Ua Ikla OSkf. RImI aarara kolk Tkr <«Mn«p*llUaaa aaaS Tka NaraM. lines for all points FjM. West. l V V ~» , t „ ( •K»,ial4«'—J. |». Atnk k. ~ ~ Aortll Mini » >Uth. liißil (hrnrrr-Saw Martin. A ALWAYB A USE A ss gROCKER’s Cracker^ * Wimt IllVtN—JuUlrr-n. M. Ilnaapl. WW | HE BEST •w MADE EXCLUSIVELY OF BEST COLORADO FLOUR C. M. Ma 11*11, Joint Agent. r^nrsli*~ J1 wmnk"mn t l ' r ltwrrl ’ Whirh un.lnthp>l br oil u» I** iu-m ri..«r ,n*k < iuh nlh* i ilackmu New Castle. | (<aMl Orausccr !L ('. Swaiix. •** lrMh - H Z«or tba p* luep llom*. wrlm U. Ciiaiii.ks 8. Lkr. General I’ansengcr Agent Denver. C ]U PDfIPIfPR Si Pfl FtCtlfy, IlNtfNtl lid BI«kA 11. ColLiiiiax,General Manager, Colo- »*.*,»« %r »w-i».eirri. UnUul\Lll W vUi| DKNVKR, COLO, nulo Springs. .. . ...■ ■ , , ■ T'IWN nmi I.UA SOLD EVERYWHERE. Mayor. - C.P. ll«n<m TBIF ABOUND THE CIBCLE J;* - Z' T HK ‘ INBOU6N autlt Of MID AND lIIVM J. IWm.r. !!«___• a • 111 . ln. l All ftoCfllllCUnßOimßnOflO uO|lllHUyiiC|inpnn7Qfn IHillcp MasMralr. w * laurtr THE I 1 LIU 1 " Mumbai. M Wlllmr _ | * DENVER HHlilAfll unq iiistrut orrn iAU*. w .... 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LOU IS which I* uDr(]a*lU4 In It* rroorW and IromSa. m. v | ■ 1 add* (r**tly to tb* piSSREP* or this delight- IVatlnlJli r on Niin<luy • fmm •Inlo R. m.. All (htniijh t»*ine rqtiipt’C’l with Pullman _ M| '™''mniniu. .ml from ft tn l p. m. r.u« .w1T0..1.i nW°I &«. WU»f» net MHO COKHtt PißSldvht, iVrwttr. Chami.es H. Amx. rostmsstßr. i and RECLIMINQ CHAM CJSJL aosaa i.nraavaa, a a noonn. ! . ---- -- *“■ SSJaaN*. “'"'’’■“'nftV.fL S.T.SNIth, ». S. HUGHES, S.«. MOOfta, : *«*UIOr XjOJB ■" ~ ■ ■ Onaa-al Traffic dra.li” t Ikl l|t . , . . lisai a hr «r"m PENvta,eo-.0a.D0 Lincoln.Atchison. WHAT Kansas City, Peoria. wm umnu " wnnymuii*imsT. •PflTTI* CONSUMPTION pMinn. u.cr o.mpian.u, uk. rjSHV , MM v>itiivui>.itf. oarer coaaccTtoaa ay oaana rtN gyjLL l » scrofula Rnlfl e:s"4s:c , .T?7, , r£ iss Minneapolis and st. paul Win BILE BEANS 'ft, 3^ WOnCMHUf Fieen Producer. bo» tl .L TM«Y AUK TUB MOST CormmrariT. ■II n |#|||(V Rent pcwl I>al4 OR rr«lpt of pr.c« : JZbriuu* ono I>ou ■Hgswsfc :r “- ™ 11111 aillla '"'‘•j'lr.M.-TS*, i, not a aecrat ’ KISSINQmH:?SS " Hv. T..P 11 "Y remedy. It contain, tlio atimulnt- ni. nIVm.V!r.VJT^ i IT”k«■ T ,'"" ' .in.. ino propertioa of tho H.vpophoa- MHHMaMaMBa ... .... w.m, m... t..,» Ehitc, and pure Norweginn Cod ; —— ANTI-BILIOUS MEIIICINF. *' c , nP*a'*'t»i*"ic«nu.«oth ijctin.. :-pr Oil ihn rjotonev of both ! Waahl lalf-ttkMf fwIF«uD Itoay, HII I I DILIUUO IVIbUIUIIIbi MttmpolUan rr*»* Agmry. , 1 , ? A .* T . . . dl rwpyiH tits Indalibli Inh far Markina Plnthaa Ir malarial dlatrlfta Ihalr rlrlßM*r* Ifnrren A#., .Vrtr I‘ark. being largely increased. It IS used | will InOeltblS Ink. for Mirking Cloth**. »|o # | y raro«i<l*M.a«llir, p«***b*p«r, WDltr Tfl MO Any b.>ok In the world fur by Physicians all over the world. 'iW/RSiSi?. ' r 'TililnaYlufS WrtllL ,U n,,Wd • ***- PALATABLE At MILK. w MARKS ANmulm nr PrTc*. Si&pts. llAlipil Made may manufßctiirliwr . 7\ With your name In rubber /Kp Sold EvfiPVwhflPO. UlllU L Y b'lMa-r Stamp*. Hondfor Sold by all DruggiMo. LJU aoia XfVerywgorOf IVIIflllI I ,rl ” , IM or ouieu. to J. ■ COTT *. iowNi.Cheml.i., N.Y. fclnpotiUi Prtu i;uc., •15 Warren Si., *. f. Office. 44 Murray BU Now Y-orka ( German nl ri’fl, I’alt ltn\irv. Mar>l*nd, f . P." A.