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W I LL1 A M McK I N LEY, Jit., ol Ohio.
For Vice President
OARUETi' A. HOHART. of New Jersey.
HAZEN 8. PINGREE. of Wavne.
For Lieutenant Governor
THOMAS B. DUNSTAN, of Marquette.
For Secretary of State
WASHINGTON GARDNER, of Calhoun.
For State Treasurer
GEOKGK A. STEEL, of Clinton.
For Auditor General
ROSCOE 1). D1X, of Berrien.
For Attorney General
FREL) A. MAYNAHI), of Kent.
For Commissioner of State Ijind Otllce
WILLIAM A. FRENCH, ot Presque Isle.
For Sunt, of Piiinie. instruction
.1. E. HAMMOND, of Hillsdale.
For Member State Hoard of Education
J. W. SIMMONS, of Shiawassee,
For Representative, Seventh District
HORACE G. SNOVER, of Huron.
"Patriotism, Protection, Prosperity."
For State Senator
CHARLES II. WESCOTT, ol St. Clair.
For .ludpe of Probate
FRANK T. W OLCOTT. Port Huron.
For Prosecuting Attorney
JOSEPH WALSH, Fort Huron.
For County Clerk
JOHN L. silErilARD.Rerllu.
GEORGE MALLORY, KlmbulL
STEPHEN MOORE, Fort Gratiot
For Register of Deeds
DANIEL N. RUNNELS, Port Huron.
For Circuit Court Commissioners
ALEX MOORE, Port Huron.
ASA It. STOW ELL, St Clair.
J. C. VOLLMAR. Port Huron
ALBERT li. CARLISLE, l'ort Huron.
For Representative, S1 Dlst. St Clair Co.'
LOUIS O DKTT, of Kenockee.
Mr. Bryan speaks his piece pretty piece;
Kverv word Is lull of comfort sweet release
From every care and trouble; how all our joys
As he blows each windy bubble
With cyclonic ease.
How he toots upon his horn silver horn,
ltut Its sound Is eiowimr fainter every ni.irn:
Till e'en its loudest strain falls to reach the hills
Where his silent partner's lain
Since to hi in that day forlorn.
Mr. Bryan, something's wronjr very wronff:
With the way you use your horn you've blown
There s a saying old but true, though It may be
new to you.
That failures all come through
The little end of the horn. H.M.L.-Stanton.
THE FARMER VOTE.
The farmers of Michigan who are go
ing to vote for Bryan and Sewall will
vote not only for a debased currency
which is a curse to the farmer as well
as to all industrial interests, but they
will vote for a candidate and platform
opposed to the protection of farm pro
ducts and in favor of the very tiling
which has robbed them of the advan
tages which protection gives them in
their home markets.
Two years ago the farmers of Mich
igan, or at least a vast majority of
them, voted intelligently and wisely.
Then they knew from bitter and cost
ly experience that the abandonment of
the Republican policy of protection and
reciprocity had inflicted serious injury
on them both in the home and foreign
markets. They knew then that in or
der to restore agricultural prosperity
in this country the conditions which
had given them the preference in the
home market and additional advan
tages in foreign markets, must be re
stored. They were right then and they
are right now if they still hold to the
same convictions, for the situation now
is precisely the same as it was two
years ago. The same home market
destroyer, the "Wilson-Gorman tariff,
is still in force, and the Bryan party
is opposed to any tariff changes that
will give the farmers or any home in
dustry any protection whatever.
WHAT 8CHURZ SAYS BRYAN AND
ALTCELD WOULD SAY IF THEY
TOLD THE TRUTH. 1
Here is a passage from Cen. Carl
Shurz's Peoria speech cutting up Bryan
and Altgeld's Fopocratory. which
we reprint for the benefit of those
who did not read his speech:
May it not be truthfully said that a
free coinage law, putting us on a silver
basis, will be a law to rob the people of
Let it not be said that (lov. Altgeld
and Mr. Bryan and the rest of them do
not contemplate any such result, or
that they may consider it uncertain
whether the dollar, by free coinage, be
cut down to one-half of its value, for
the (Jovernor and his confederates de
clare that they expect and want it to
be so, for their constant talk of the 200
cent dollar, that must be reduced to
half its purchasing power, can abso
lutely have no other meaning.
nd in view of all this, (lov. Altgeld
dares to accuse us that we "offer no
remedy for present evils." What is
the principal disease of the body poli
tic and economic today ? It is the in
jection into the blood of that body of
the silver virus, and here we see the
patient surrounded with vociferous
quacks who clamor for the injection of
more of that poison. Xo remedy!
The rescuing of the suffering patient
from the clutches of the quacks will be
the first necessity and more than half
Consider, then, what attitude Bryan
and Altgeld hold before the people of
this community. Illinois is the great
est agricultural manufacturing, and
commercial State in the interior of the
Union. It possesses resources of in
calculable value. Its commercial
capital, Chicago, is known all the world
over as one or the greatest, richest.
most enterprising, most public-spirited, J
most important business centers of the
globe. No community can bo more In
terested in having a sound financial
system, honest and orderly government
a good reputation, and unquestioned
credit. How do that Gov. Altgeld and
Mr. Bryan, that pair of brothers and
candidates, stand before the people
If they were to tell the truth, they
would have to say to the farmers:
"Vote for us and make us President
snd Governor, respectively, and wo
promise to give you a dollar of de
ceptive value, for which you are to sell
your products at wholesale and pur
chase at retail what you are obliged to
buy, deceiving you with an appear
ance of gain in one direction and put
ting you to more than an equal loss in
the other. Besides, we promise you a
policy sure to unsettle the business of
the country, to produce confusion and
distress, and thus to impair your home
They should say to the workingman:
"Vote for us; make us (Jovernor and
President, and we shall see to it that
you will have to pay double of what
you have to pay now for the necessar
ies of life, and that will take years for
your wages to catch up with the ad
vance of prices."
They would say to the 1)4,724 deposi
tors in savings banks in Illinois, own
ing 624,350,000 in such deposits: "Vote
for us and make us (Jovernor and
President, and we shall take care that
you get back the money you have thus
saved in only half its value."
They should say to the nearly 00,000
war pensioners in Illinois, who draw
about 812,000,000 of the 8140,000,
000 of pensions annually: "Make us
(Jovernor and President, and we shall
inaugurate a policy that will make
your annual pensions, in buying the
necessaries of life, go as far as half the
They whould say to the capitalists
and laborers of this great State: "Vote
for U3 and make us (Jovenor and Pres
ident, and we shall make you hate one
another and fight to your heart's con
tent till you are tired."
They would say to the great "agri
cultural, manufacturing and Common
wealth: "Vote for us, ancj we shall
give you a first-class panic and a com
mercial crises more destructive than
any you have ever seen. And the
State of Illinois, with its imperial City
of Chicago, will have the distinction of
standing before the world as an in
dorser of a policy of repudiation, com
mercial dishonor and national dis
Is that the position for the great
State to occupy ? Let its people con
Ex-President Harrison closed his
week's campaigning in Indiana in a
vigorous speech in Indianapolis before
a vast crowd of enthusiastic sound
money men of both parties.
He began by denying that he has
ever received a nickle for a campaign
speech and said: "I received today a
clipping from a paper in one of the
silver 6tates, suggesting that I was re
ceiving large pecuniary rewards for
the speeches that I was making during
this campaign; that I received for my
address at New York the large sum of
S10.000. My friends, I have never
made a political address for money
In the campaign that I have made
about this State, no contributions have
been levied upon the towns through
which I have passed. (Loud applause.)
(Which Bryan is doing.)
"This campaign is one of the most
peculiar that has ever been conducted
in American politics. There is noth
ing peculiar about the attitude of the
Republican party. Whatever there is
of peculiarity or grotesqueness relates
to the condition of the Democratic
party. The Republican party now, as
always in its history, stands for the
public faith and credit, for the integ
rity of the national administration,
and for the integrity and honesty of
our public finances.
"The Democratic party is in a singu
lar state of disorganization and dis
ruption. Its convention has been
sired by those who were not tho old
and trusted leaders of that party, but
men (Populists, liatists and anarchists)
who have recently come into promi
nence. Its old leaders (like Cleveland.
Hill, Palmer and Carlisle) have been
swept to one side, and new men (like
Bryan, Altgeld, and Tillman) have
taken tho direction of the party, and,
if we may believe the statements of
those to whom we have been accustom-
to look for the correct and authorita
tive expressions of Democratic senti
ment, those now in control of it have
turned it completely aside from Dem
ocratic traditions and from Democratic
"The result of this has been a re
volt, and we now have the instructive
and reassuring spectacle in this coun
try of a large body of influential and
conspicuous Democrats throughout
all tho country repudiating the repu
diation platform adopted at Chicago,
repudiating its candidates, and making
a plea independently at whatever
cost It may bo to themselves a plea
independently for the integrity of the
Democratic party and for the princi
ples of its old leaders." (Appplause.)
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B. P. Lavi spoke in East Greenwood
last Monday night to a crowded house
In the audience was a young fellow by
the name of Galbraith, whoso opinion
of himself i3 elaborate and monument
ai, uui unioriunaieiy lor mm, tins is
about the only fair sized opinion he
has. He frequently interrupted the
speaker with questions but his an
swers came back so quick and con
vincing that he finally relapsed into
silence. But when Law finished he re
quested the privilege of speaking. Mr.
Law stated that the meeting was in the
interests of the rebublicans, but if Mr.
Galbraith desired to speak and the of
ficers in charge of the building had no
objections he might fire away. He out
lined what Mr. Galbraith would talk
about, and promised to answer if there
was anything worth answering. Gal
braith then cut loose and had just be
gan to saw air good and hard, when
some fellow over in the audience yelled
out: "let's give three cheers for McKin
ley." Three times the quivering raf
ters barely held the roof in place as the
enthusiastic hip! hip! hurrahs! ascend
ed. After things got quieted a little
the rattled speaker started in again
and was allowed to go about five min
utes, when again the crowd broke
loose with shouts for McKinley. Af
ter making four of five violent stops
and starts, he slid off the platform, and
out of the door, and disappeared in the
darkness, another disappointed vic
tim of the free silver hallucination.
A subscriber asks for "instructions
how to make and operate a horse fid
dle." He wants to celebrate and to
serenade his Popocratic fellow-citizens
early on the morning of the 4th prox.
A horse fiddle, according to the best
musical authorities, consists of a large
dry goods box open at one side or
end and a long piece of scantling. It
is operated by pushing the scantling
across one edge of the box and pulling
it back over the opposite edge, having
previously applied plenty of powdered
resin. The music is weird and majes
tic and on a calm, still night can be
heard a considerable distance.
The election of Pingree as Governor
of Michigan may be regarded as the
American complement of the projected
celebration in Ireland of the three hun
dredth anniversary of the introduction
of the potato there.
Tiik Bryan Folly Company of Bur-
lesquers will disappear next Tuesday
with a grand display of ground and
Chairman Jones has given up the
effort of maintaining the price of
wheat and Bryan arguments at a
The Bryan mass meetings of today
will become the half-mast meetings
after Nov. 3rd.
Pat 4IIowdo vou stand on th'Silvpr
mi ice "Me: sixteen to wan is moi
rat "lis. eii, mo ladybuck. if
you and tho long phiskcrcd cranks win
oim thinking that by next winter ivry
body's blatform will bo nothin, to ate."
Notice is hereby Riven that the meat
firm of Wear & Campbell, doing busi
ness in the old post ottice building, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Wm. Campbell retiring and V. II.
Wear continuing the business. W. II.
Wear will pay all debts contracted by
the firm. W. II. Wear.
Yale, Oct. 10, 1890 24-4
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orders Receive Promvt Attention.
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8tat of Michigan, County of St Clair ss.
To the Electors of the Township of Brockway,
In said County:
You are hereby notified that a meeting of the
ikara oi iiectstratlon ol the township ol urocK
way in the said county of Kt. Clair will be held
at the Villace Hall. Yule. In said township, on
Saturday, the 31st day of October. A. !., 18x
for the purpose of registering the names of all
such persons as are then possessed of the
necessary qualifications of electors In said town
ship, ana that said Hoard of Registration will
be in session on said day, at said place, from
nine n clock In the forenoon until five o'clock in
the afternoon of that day, for the aforesaid pur
pose; ana you are also hereby notineo to men
ana mere attenu ana apply to saia r.oara, to
have your respective names then and there reg
istered as aforesaid pursuant to the provisions
of the statutes of said state, hi that behalf
made and urovlded.
Dated at said township, this 12th day of Oct.,
a. u. IKM.
L. A- McKelth, Clerk of said Township.
STATE OK MICHIGAN.
County ot St. Clair Iss.
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JOHN L. RI.ACK, Circuit Judire.
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