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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 September 1888

M f,M It i ' ,(f 4 K... If." ' r b- .-I .j $& p I.4 .i . ftC i5' n h I .- i v .X Mi " t' .t M WE A We have just finished opening the largest and handsomest line of BOYS and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING . ever shown in Northeastern Kentucky. We have them at all prices, and can please, in price as well as style, the poor as well as the rich. If you want a Suit for S1.50, we have it for you; if you want a Suit for S20-00, we have it for you. We made special efforts to get this department full and complete before the first day of school, as we know it is the am bition of every school boy to start in the new school year fresh and new all over. So mothers, bring your sons and look through our excellent line of new School Suite. Gentlemen wishing a Suit made to order for early Fall wear we would advise to come at once, as our order book is fast filling up, and we have an immense stock of Woolens to select from. LOUI DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 1 September 1888

HAS A WAR ON HER HANDS TROUBLE BREWING BETWEEN EN GLAND AND CHINA. Thibet to Do the Done of Contention. Another Vuln Attompt to IVcatoro Har mony ltotwecn Milan anil Natalie King John Prepared to Resist Itoly Notes. London, Sept. 1. There is not much , doubt that England has a war ou her hauda of soino magnitude. Tho lamas, or chiefs of Thibet, have made qulto formldablo prepar ation, when tho nature of thoir frontier de fenses, tho Himalaya mountains, aro consid ered. A representative of tho Chinese em peror has arrived at Bhassa, but it is hardly probable that his counsel will be followed by the lamas, now that tho wur spirit has been aroused and preparations been made. Fifteen thousand men, whom ordinarily a few regiments of Indian regulars could route, are in command of tho passes and rorolved upon driving tho small English force out of Blkkim, to which the lamas lay claim. A regiment of Oookos have gone forward from Darjeeling, tho chief town on tho southern border of Sifcklm, ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 September 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MA.YSVLLLE, KY., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1888. NUMBER 343. Ji We morf agreeable and effective remedy cier produced Jor the ills aritlngjrom a weak or inactive condition of the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and it PERFECTLY SAFE in all cases, and therefore THE 11EST of Family Remedies, Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or SAtl TRANCIICO, CAL. 10UISVILLE. KY, NEW YORK, H. Y. For gale by all draggfoti. 5?ui UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPAHT Incorporated by tbe Legislature In 1868, for educational anil charitable purposes, and Its francblso made a part of tbe present State Constitution, la 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. a-Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (Juno and December), and its Single Number Drawings take place on each of the other ten months In tho year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy ol Music. New Orleans, La. " We (to hereby ce...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 September 1888

'(-J '" rypWWTMV f ,-.. .?- .. s DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 3, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice President, ALLAN G. TUURMAN, of Ohio. For Congress, THOMAS H. PAYNTER, of Greenup County. A Lifo-long Republican Gives Paynter a Send-off. Professor John S. Mavity, editor of tho Vanceburg Times, was a gallaut soldier on the Uuion Bide and has been a lifo-long Eepublican. lie has the following to say in tho last issue of the Times of our can didate for Congress : Hon. Thomas II. Paynter 1ms been selected by the Democracy of tbls district for Con giessional standard bearer, and ho Is worthy of the trust coiitlded In him. Mr. Paynter is a nntlve of Lewis County and a man for whom the Times has the greatest osteom. When we were looking for n friend, he stood ready to help, and through his aid and kindly influ ence we are to-day Indebted for being able to demonstrate to t...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 September 1888

as. m ' .' y ti& t.v i. I I Et 1 iwsw ft'i. Pv i M. u ? Pv h . ? V J 141 i- Xm. DAUr EYENINa BULLETIN , DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. MONDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 3. 1888. JVJ9& "When Idle millions plead for work Their families to keep," The Democrats "walk up to taw" And make tliolr clothlug cheap ; Thoy givo the wool for idle looms That labors' busy hands May make the goods misrule has mndo Us buy from foreign lauds. NoTK-Consel Schoenhof, at Tnnstall, England, has furnished the State Dopai tmeut, under date of Jnno 5, 1888, with tlio following : "The manufacturing cost per pound of finish ed woolen cloth Is 33 cents in America against 38 cents in England, S cents less in America; but tho wool costs 38 ceuts more in America, on account of tho duty. In other words, if wo hadwool at the sarao cost as tho English (free wool) we could produco at (H.31 copts what it costs In England 69.00 to produce. From this it will be seen that wool cloth with free wool c...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 3 September 1888

HIS MOTHER'S ADYICE. EMPEROR W1LUAM HA3 GRADUALLY YIELDED TO T, And la Now Studying IIU Father's Flan. John Bulls SomU Tlireo War Vessels to Quebec us a Itoply to tlte President's Message Other Foreign News Notes. London, Sept. 3. -An attache of the Ger man embassy In London, In an interview re specting the Emperor William's appoint ment of Herr Von Bonnigsen, the leader of the National Liberal party, to bo governor of Hanovet , said the emperor has only takes a Btep which his father intended to take had he lived a short time longer. The appoint ment was agreed upon in a conference be tween the lata Emperor Frederick, Priuc3 Bismarck and the National Liberal leader, held about two wcoks previous to Freder ick's death. Under the influence ct? his masterful prime minister, William has gradually yielded to his mother's advice, and is now actually en gaged in studying the governmental plans elaborated by his futher previous to the lat ter's death. During the life time of Emperor Frederi...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 September 1888

THE! EVENING BULLETIN. volume vn, MA.YSVILLE, KYM TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1888. NUMBER 314. Ji fAc TTiost agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for the ilia arhingfrom a weak or inactive condition athe KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and it PERFECTLY SAFE in all cases, and thcrejort THE BEST oj Family Remedies. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. OJ SAN rRANCIICO, CAL. lOUISVILLC, KY, HEW YOflK. H. Y. For tula by all druggists. li!0ZHZsZ UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION ! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! y, LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868. for educational and charitable purposes, and Us franchlso made a part of the present Htate Constitution, In 1679, by an overwhelming popular vote. 8MtS Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), and Its ttlugle Number Drawings take place on each of the other ten months In the year, and are nil drawn lu public, at the Academy ol Music. New Orleans, La. " We do here...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 September 1888

" "'T,rt T-vyrjw wvitmt? !r-r:-Trw?pre .wrjr IS3SppP!F 1' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. TUESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 4, 1888. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GKOVER CLEVELAND, of New York. For Vice President, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. For Congress, THOMAS H. PAYNTER, of Greenup County. Talk is Ohoap, But Figures Count. It may bo that Mr. Curtis Is Indifferent as to what opinion the loyal.men of the Nation have of him ; and that he cares but llttlo what tho soldiers think of him. Be this as It may, by his conduct heretofore, and his persistence In chnmplonlng tho cause of the party that has turned tho soldiers adrift, ho will always be classed as among thoso who have but lit tle, If any, appreciation of the services of the defenders of the Union.-LexlngtonlLeader. Bah! what political twaddle is this that you are dishing out to your readers? The Democratic party has turned the soldiers adrift, has it ? It has done bet ter by tho soldiers...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 September 1888

Wfjtyr" V " .-.'TV .'?'"" '-''V,V5 a- B- 7 Sfc iA V . DAEY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietora. TUESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 4. 1888. China kicks the treaty out, As England bade her do, And sends us word to try and put An altered treaty through ; But Unclo Grover knows 'era well And cocks his weather eye, Which means, no matter what they do, No Chlueso need apply. Indications ".Fair, nearly stationary." The Ashland fair commences to-day. Bohn, last evening, to the wife of 0. 0. Hopper, a son. Tea jumbles, cream crackers, soda wafers Calhoun's. All sizes of glass self-sealing jars, at Bierbower & Co's. 31d3t The fair at Manchester will commence to-morrow and close Friday. Mr. Will G. Heiser leaves to-morrow for Meadville, Pa., to re-enter Allegheny College. m Mr. Will Hays, well known in thia city, is making his home in Covington for the present. The Maysville Orchestra will furnish music at the dramatic reading at the court house to-night. The Lew...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 4 September 1888

, I ' THE BRITISH LION HO WIS THE MESSAGE REGARDED AS SERIOUS BY THE LONDON PRESS. Wo tiro Told That ISnelUh Ironolortj nro Behind Canada's Urnis Why Will iatn Caressed King Oscnr Candldutos for Siberia Other Forelgu Now Notes. London, Bupt. '4.. The retaliation messago of President Cleveland is still harped upon by tho Loudon press. For tho most part they arc In denunciation of tbo United States in good round itoms, while somo uso it as a club with which to boat Mr. Cham berlain, referring to him as "England's un happy choice of 4 commissioner." It comes vory hard at this time when, af ter a period of self congratulation, especially by the Tory party and its organs, ovor an advantageous treaty, tho government was in the very midst of its work of distributing orders of knighthood among the astute tnou who effected tho treaty, and had assumedly settled the fishery question. Tho Daily News says of Cuuodu: "Her hands are free, and sho cannot do better than to untie tbo knot which diplo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 September 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAYSVUiLE, KT WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1888. NUMBER 345J S 0 mm fl fj tf most agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for Vte ills arhtngfrom a weak or inactive condition of the 7. VmNFYR I IVFR .......... w, ... ...., STOMACH & BOWELS, ? and it PERFECTLY SAFE in all cases, & and thereore THE BEST of K Family Remedies. f Manufactured only br tna CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or ..- tflM ronypispfl pm l niiivuii f m 1 .nil liuin.li., .. Ii.lll.llkl.k, HI, 7 NEW YORK. H. Y. For Bil by all dramrfiti. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by the Legislature In 1SGS, for , educational and charilnblo purposes, and Us franchiso ruaUo a part of the present State Constitution, In 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take i place semi-annually, (June and December), and Its ttlnglo Number Diawluga take plnco on each of tlio other ten months In the year, and a...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 September 1888

F' F n ?M it, "M k ! 0 p Er i If 1 B.f u r DAM EVENING BULL-ETINi rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 4, 1838. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, of Now York. For Vice Pres'deut, ALLAN G. THURMAN, of Ohio. For Congress, THOMAS H. PAYNTER, of Greenup County. The gentle zephyrs from the West waft us news of a handsomo Democratic vic tory in Arkansas. Arkansas is all right. m Dkmockats of Mason and the rest of the Ninth district should commence the work at once of organizing for the con test in November. Arkansas did well Monday. Thirty thousand Democratic majority after a hot fight with the Republicans and their allies. Two years ago the Democratic majority was only 17,000. If, as protectionists tell us, our country is to prosperous and wages so high be cause of the protection wo already have, then wo certainly ought to lend all our efforts to get more protection. i Chairman Quay, of the National Re publican Executive Committee, says Mr. Blaine...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 September 1888

' , !, . I Sl it &. v if w .J ,v r.v: .' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. WEDNESDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 5, 1888. Sim When chill November's surly blasta Make flelds and forests bare, Tho whirligig of time will sbow Your couslu Pnnyter there, " Provided," ns enactments say, Each Doinocrat will note, Tlie duty is a sacred one To be on hand and vote. Indications "Pair, cooler weather." To-day is the Jewish New Year. Mixed spices, cider vinegar, Calhoun's. Everybody should subscribe to tbo one dollar library fund. An effort is being made to organize tin electric light company in this city. 9 I Tnn Cleveland and Thurman Club at Mayslick has nearly one hundred mem bers. o Miss Fannie M. Hedges and Mr. F. G. Barrow, of Paris, were married this morn ing at that place. Habvey Keller, son of Editor G. R, Keller, of the Carlisle Mercury, is attend ing college at Danville. m September 13th is Kentucky Day at tho Cincinnati Centennial and preparation...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 5 September 1888

tf CHINESE IN AUSTRALIA.' A TEST CASE THAT CAUSES SURPfUSE IN ENGLAND. A Chlnnmnn Sues tho Government for Refusing to Allow IIJui to Lnnd nnd "Wins tho .Cuso Tfio Thibetan Must Lenvo Slkknnv Flood In Japan Forolcn. London, Sspt. 5. A tost dose iu connec tion with tho prohibition of Chineso emigra tion to Australia was tried in the supromo court at Melbourne,- Monday. Tho action was that of a Chineso immigrant who suod tho government for damages because ho wai not permitted to land. Tho case was tried before a full bench of judges, a majority oi whom decided In favor of the plaintiff. Tho result has created unbounded surprise here, Tho action was brought against tho Australian govornmont ostensibly by a Chi nese immigrant, but really by a combination of immigration companies which havo been thriving for several years upon the profits of the importation of Mongolians whom they furnished to order to any and everybody re quiring laborers who would work for less money than the home worki...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 September 1888

THE EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MAVSVILLE, KTM TITC7RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. NUMBER 34G. - w It the most agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for the ill arMngfrom a weak or inactive condition qf the KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and U PERFECTLY SAFE in all cases, and therefore TUB BEST of Family Remedies. Manufactured only by the CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or IAN TRANCISCO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY, NCW YORK. N. Y. 1 1 For a&ls by all druggists. WMgEggSggS UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION! OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPAHY Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, for educational and charitable purposes, and Its franchise mado a nart ot the present State Constitution, in 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. surlls Grand Extraordinary Drawings take place semi-annually, (June and December), and Its Hluglo Number Drawings tuke place on each of the other ton months In tlio year, nndmeall drawn In public, at the Academy ol Music, Now Orleaus.jLn. " We ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 September 1888

IK 4 Mi' DAILY EVEOTG BULLETIN. DAILr, EXCEPT SUHDAY. rosser fit McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 0, 1888. How Skilled Laborers In Protected Industries Live. We find in tho Senate Investlnation of the Relations between Capital and Lnbor, which wo havo before us, tho testimony of Thomas O'Donnelljas to tho condition of tho operatives in tho factories at Fall River, Mass., in the year 1885. Mr. O'Donnoll was a skilled laborer in an es tablishment whoso wares have been pro tected for many years up to tho point of tho prohibitory line. His case is in no wise peculiar ; ho testifies that one thou sand others of his fellow workmen live as he does, not any better. He was a cotton spinner, a very Rood one, a peaceable iian, had no trouble with tho company or their men. Thero had been a strike threo years before ; he had not been in it. He was healthy, industrious, temperate, frugal to tho Inst degree. Hero then is an American laborer protected, secured, guarded, and enclosed by...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 September 1888

r-..n w rmf TT"" r m- if IR- E K t 4 In DAILY EVENING DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. THURSDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 0. 1888. And now before wo close tho forms, Wo make tho printers stop, To tell tho folks they may expect A " whalln " paw-paw crop. Indications "Fair, followed by local rains. Slight change in temperature." i Mixed spices, cider vinegar, Calhoun's. Regular meeting of tho City Council to-night. Tub Greenup Circuit Court adjourned yesterday. Pure cream caramels, fresh daily, at the Candy Kitchon. dtf Mr. 0. W. Lortky has resignod his po sition as clerk at Honan's. Mr. James Martin is clerking at A. M. Rogers' hat and shoo store. Born, to tho wife of Mr. Patrick Cul- len, last evening, a daughter. The receipts of the Ripley fair includ ing specials amounted to over $2,000. Miss Hanhah Howard, of Tuckahoe Ridge, won the girl's riding match at the Ripley fair. The graded school at Flemingaburg opened with one hundred and forty pu pils enrolled. Thet are m...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 6 September 1888

AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA DIVERS BELIEVE THEY HAVE FOUND . THE DE BRAAK, A British Treaanre Ship Which Went Sown Miiy 28, 1709, Off Capo Henlnpen. Tho Treasure nn Jlounl Reported to Wnve Keen 810,000,000. Philadelphia, Sopt. o Thero seoms to be a strong probability that the steamship City of Long Branch, which is now an chored off Capo Henlopen, outsido tho break water, searching for tho treasure which wont down on tho British sloop-of-war Do Brnak, May 25, 1706, has located tho vessel. Dr. Both Pancoast spent $12,000 in tho last two years trying to find tho ship. Tho Do Braak was reported to havo on board $10, 000,000 in gold and silver. After going over th'o bottom for a mile square from tho point ht which Pilot Me Crackeu's notes se.Id the Do Braak sank a mound Ave foot high, one hundred foot long and forty feet in width was found in sixty feet of water. Yr'hon the grappling irons caught on thia mound tho points showed a slight traco of verdigris. This was consid ered a favorablo ...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 September 1888

THE i EVENING BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. MJlYSVILLE, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1888. NUMBER 247. ... t i Ms3agfcagssgg6sdfe WA m m I Is the most agreeable and effective remedy ever produced for the ills arMnpfrom au-cak or inactive condition qfUic KIDNEYS, LIVER, STOMACH & BOWELS, and if PERFECTLY SAFE in all case, and therefor THE VEST of Family Remedies. Manufactured only by tha CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO. or SAN FRAHCIICO. CAL. LOUISVILLE, KY, MEW YORK. . Y. For sale by all draught. SifSi' UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTED! LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERY COMPANY Incorporated by the Legislature In 1868, for educational ami charitable purposes, and Us franchise mado a part of the present State Constitution, In 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. fte-Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings take plnce semi-annually, (June and December), and Its Single Number Drawings take place on each of tne other ten mouths In the year, and are all drawn In public, at the Academy of Music. New...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening bulletin. — 7 September 1888

T.-vpTs r DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. rosser & McCarthy, Proprietors. FRIDAY EVEN'G, SEPT. 7, 1888. "Wouldn't it bo a good idea for tho city authorities to bavo tho Market street es planade cleaned of the old barrels and other rubbish ? . Speaker Carlisle is to bo tendered a grand reception on his return to Cov ington tho 17th of this month. Tho Dem ocratic clubs of Cincinnati will take part. Democrats are in favor of reducing tho tarifl, or tax, on tho necessaries of life from an average of 47 per cent, to an av erage of 42 per cent. When Republicans say this moans free trade," they know ingly and intentionally lie. To listen to one of the protection speakers you would tUluk thnt tbo Mills bill was a ter rible dragon, with horns and 6piked tall. Well, tho Mills bill pioposes to lessen unnec essary taxation Just n little. You needn't bo afraid of anything that takes the taxes off you. Thurmau nt Battle Creek. Republicans tried to frighten tho busi ness men four...

Publication Title: Evening Bulletin, The
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