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was done hv arbitrary act of gov 000 of gold in this country Car-
I eminent and neither commet ce nor 1 lisle must know that these figures
business had anything to do with are incorrect, and that the tables M iss S allik H udspeth ,.
given out by the director of the
WEDNESDAY APRIL». «•
“As there cannot be a general mint are worthless, because it ap-
rise in prices without an increase pears from his report for 1892 t'nat
its. The Proprietress is
in the volume of money, must not he assumes that every dollar pu», here to «Uy »nd de«ir« f Pka,‘ P“lrons.'.'’
Qu“li,y °f °00d’
1 the present paralysis and stagna in circulation since 1872 in this
On Corner North of Meat Market.
Governor Altgeld Replies to the tion continue in the world until the country is still in circulation except and Prices.
the volume of money is again re where a record was made of it ex
stored to’ what it was before silver poration, and that he has made no
Springfield, Ill., April 25,—Gov was stricken down?
allowance fur the money that was
ernor J. P Altgeld, in an open let
There are in ttie United States carried over the northern boundary
ter. ha? made a reply te the speech over 9000 t anks. The comptroller and our southern boundary for 24
of Secretary Carlisle, recently de of the currency, of Carlisle's assist years, nor for the money carried
livered in Chicago
He quotes ants received re-oits from these back by Chinese during that time,
fron' Carlisle’s speech on the cur banks showing the total amount of nor for gold coin used in the a-ts
rency question in 1878 in congress, money of every kind that each and not reported during that time
as to the disastrous results follow bank had on July 11, 1895. From nor for all that was lost, nor for ull
ing the demonetization of silver.
J thia report it appears that there that was carried across the ocean
fie says in part. 1 he language . wePg jn r0U1;(j numbers only $127,- in the packets of our people during
used by Carlisle then was clear ai d 000 000 of gold in all of the banks all those years. Y^t the director
emphatic, and has none of the J of the United States. This was all says in his report of 1891 that, dur
sophistry and pettifogging about it , of the available gold in this country. ing the Paris exposition, the total
that are found in his Chicago I There were about $100,000.000 in spent by our peop e abroad in one
His awful predictions • the treasury at that time, but this! year was over $90,000,000.
made in 1878 came to pass He
ii not available. Carlisle did not “Why does Mr. Carlisle use figures
not pnlv saw his own prophecy fill
refer to these figures, which are
manifestly given out oply for the
filled but saw the misery cf hi
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known to be accurate, but, intead, purpose of misleading the American
country 1 ecome even greater than
he cited the figures given out by people on the question as to the GLOVES, MITTONS, TOWELS, FLANNELS, ETC.
he had predicted. Finding that
the directors of the mint, also one amount of money they have in cir
Located first block East of Church.
his views had been correct, he con of his assistants, io which he culation.
tinued to hold them until he en claimed there are about $600,000,-1
W. H. C anaday , Manager.
[ continued on sixth page .]
tered Cleveland’s cabinet, when in
some mysterious manner there was
a change of heart, but for some rea
son he seems unwilling to ta k j
“There are two other members of I
T HET AME OTE NEXT
the cabinet, Hoke Smith, of Georgia 1
_2>»-.DO YOU KNOW A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT MEANS INCREASE IN BU8INES8?_3*L t ».
and Herbert, of Alabama, who, like I
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Carlisle, had made their ’ voices |
heard for nearly a life time in de-
mantling the restoration of silver | | I H\ IIIHI I j
I If you are in a position
and in denouncing the great con
Jo do Busin ss
spiracy that struck it down; and,
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strange to say, when these two men
eutered Cleveland’s cabinet they
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underwent a change of heart, and,
like Carlisle, they ayoid talking
“All of these men now denouncel I fl A
those people who are opposed to the I A 11V
single gold standard as being
scoundrels and lunatics. Y’et they
are only following the doctrines
0 NOVEMBER 4th 1896
which Carlisle & Company preach
ed . Are we then to infer that Car
lisle and his two cabinet associates
were scoundrels and lunatics until
Public interest will steadily increase, and the question how the men
they got to be old men, and that whose votes turned the scale at the last election are satisfied with the
when the tinsel of a cabinet posi results under the administration they elected, will make the campaign
the most intensely exciting in the history of the country.
tion not. onlv made them hon'st
but gave them brains? If not, then
how are we to know which end of
their career was honest, intelligent,
and patriotic? For, in the absence the leading Republican family newspaper of The
United sut«, „il
of any explanation, some of us publish all the political news of the day, interesting to every American •
might think that they were honest citizen regardless of party affiliations.
Also general news in attractive form, foreign correspondents cover
and patriotic when, in the vigor of ing the news of the world, an agricultural department second to ------
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their manhood, they were standing l_
in the country, market reports which are recognized authority, fascinat
by a wronged people and that it is ing short stories, complete in each number, the cream of the ^humorous
the latter end of their career that is
destitute of honesty, intelligence or
attractive department of household interest.
The “New York Weekly
Carlisle should have ( Tribune” is an ideal family paper, with a circulation larger than that
of any other weekly publication in th? country issued from the office of a.erybody '/tends
“Carlisle should have explained a daily.
Large changes are being made in its details, tending to give TlZJÿ
— years gold * 't grater life and variety, and especially more interest to the women
why it was that
and young people of the household.
Advertise ist it.
and s lver held the market rati) of
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about 15| to 1. If only one of the
and THE HERALD for
metals can be a standard and a
measure of the yAlue of things, and
it a combined standard of both gold I
and silyer is as impossible as it is
to have two yard sticks of different
lengths, why was it lhat some of
the greatest gnanciers of the world,
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and particularly Baron Rothschild,
stated in 1860 that it was the sum
THE HER4LD DOES
of the two metals taken together
SA B8< HI PTIONS MAY BEGIN AT ANY TIME.
the best job prntg
which formed ths measure of the
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