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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 September 1896

- i m It fV xs UBUSHINB COMPANYi llncorportleJ RntfreJlhtPcltofflcs tl Bitlltilon n Stcond cunmttter SUBSCRIPTION KATES Oiia VeBTttiictlr In advanc It oo fill Month V ThreeMonlM 1 Single Coplei cHjim i mftliAtl lrA on innlleallon Carrttpondentt winled In all putt ol the ojnnir Aaareimtiorpamcuii THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1896 ennriAi patudaipn rniTinw 01 uyjuiu vnuu mini uui 1 iuu 3000 Copies w TmcrKKxinrx MKKm X TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOO CABIN REPUBLICAN TICKET For President WILLIAM MKINLEY of Ohio For Vice President G A HOBART of Now Jersey For Congress Second District of Kentucky E T FRANKS of Daviess County For Judge Court of Appeals JOSEPH I LANDES Of Christian County Electors for Kentucky Al Larte O S Demlnr Mli Olivet At Large S II Kaih Mamheiler tint District W S Muou of Majr6eld Second Diltriet George II Towerjr of Diion Third Diitrlct J F Tajlor of Glasgow fourth DUlrlct J S R Wedding of Hartford Iiflh District Charles S Sligiltf LouliYllle Sixth Di...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 September 1896

J3u 3ii6Msltu we Cfjrtoc bSDOEmHHk L ft N TIME TABLE MOITM I hi shl ttipret rtnivlllt Aeeoinodtilon 1 ovMenra end Medlionvlll llioa m i i 1034 p tn B105 m 6 u p tn SOUTH ill 41 m lht Kipreii 4159 m rlntvllla ArAnniailatlAfi n m vlcleneiiil MadUonvllle errlvei 745 a m in neci nunuij jn 19 logo W W ETIIKIDOK Aeni RHIVAL AND DKPARTORK OP TRAINS AT NORTDNVILLE on p o sc q r r COINQ EAST Bomplili to Cintril Clljr 610 p m ulloa U LoaUvllle 1041 amphlt 10 Loulilllei 111 a ni GOINO WBST oulirllla o Ful n 1J5 p m entral City to Memphis 757 a in ulttllla to Herapbii 113a a m arlingfor ffapjaenings Hevra Note -Personal Paragraphs and Other Doing at Home Worthy of Special Mention Mrs Burt Browning of 011 accompanied uy ner nine granddaughters is visiting relatives here- junuo BLUINU Trs4 Mark A Quart lor s Cents DOCS NOT STRSAK TUB CLOTHIS The blest Wiling made Take no otbe For ealo by SI Bernard Drug Store Rev W H Finch of St Lharlcs will preach at the Chris- lan Church Sunday Ii life worth li...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 September 1896

P 1 It I IP it- TvtnT urimifTioit Per Yett In advance Sl Months TMceMonlhi -- Bee Publishing Co Puaummi DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES Tito National platform on Which Jeffersons Disciples Stand Indianapolis Ind Sep 3 The following is the full text ol the platform recommended by the Com mittee on Resolutions This convention has assembled to uphold the principles upon which depend the honor and welfare of the American people in order that Democrats through the union may unite their patriotic efforts to avert disaster from their country and ruin from their party The Democratic party is pledged to equal and exact justice to all men of every creed and condition to the largest freedom of the indi vidual consistent with good gov ernment to the preservation of the Federal Government in its consti tutional vigor and to the support of the States mall their just rights to economy in the public expendi tures to the maintenance of the public faith and sound money and is opposed to paternalism and cla...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 September 1896

m i i i sOFy1 vF Mr i i V sajas u 2k r Ti U5cJLdgsfg SUPPLEMENT EARLINGTON KENtUCKY BEE TIlOJISnAV BEtTEMIirU ia 1804 PERKINS ON SILVER -1 H P M l Tho Only Eli Tolls tho Hollow Talo of Froo Silver HE SIZES UP THE SITUATION Good Roasons Advanced for Boing on tho Sido of Gold Are you In favor of both sliver and nilil asked a Iopullat of Eli Perkins Ceitalnly Kilit UN every eivlllxod nation imcs tlip two metals gold nntl IIrcr but the United State In tlic only tiit Ion tlmt han coined as much silver jin gold Wc have been rank bimetal lletn Wo hare Mood by silver too long have coined 025300000 worth of liver and 020000000 worth of Bold lint have the other great nations coined nuked tho Populist iijj mrj unvu coincu less man noit js much as we have England the iJiiltnl Kingdom has coined and has on limd SlllMKIOOOO worth of silver and V00000 In Bold France has 103 inO000 In ver nud 825000000 In wM Germany has only 2115000000 In diver and lir000000 In Bold Ilussln Iiuh only 48100000 In si...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 September 1896

v it i K Ml i m 2 V- QUERIES FOR BRYAN An Opon Lottor to tlio Popooratio Oandidato for tho denoy SOME PERTINENT QUESTIONS Apprehension Excited by Campaign Utterances Refuses to bo Allayed Tho Now York World In an open let tcr to Candidate llryan on Tuesday morning puts somo gravo nnd Important questions to htm und urges him to nnswer them If he Hunts to bo elected ns tlio people nro pondering those very points nnd their votes will turn on how ther nro answered nnd cxnlnlned by him Tim renders of the Tribune should peruse this editorial wJileh Is reprinted Iiere In connection with Bryans speech at Madison Squnre garden last night The World says under the caption To Mr Bryan To Mr Bryan On tlio 10th of July tho very day of your nomination for President you addressed a commuuren tlon to the World In the following words To tho Worlds The restoration of silver to Its nnclent place by thu sldo of cold will In my Judgment restore the parity between money und property nnd thus permit a re t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 September 1896

ft m u vi i ym W can Majority Tremendous Gains of From 40000 to v i80000 OverHajority of 1892 ry V Probably Only Five Representa tives and Not a Single SENATOR ELECTED BY THE DEMOCRATS Bepublican Congressmen Returned by Increased Majorities Another -Black Eye for - Free iV v Silver i rT Special to The Bee- - - - - Louisville KyM Sept dred out of 350 towns in Maine show a Re publican majority of 52000 which is a gain of 40000 over the majority in 1892 One hundred and fifty towns are yet to be heard Ijfrom All of tliem are certainly Republican and the majority will probably run Up to sixty or seventy five thousand in the State TheChairman of the Democratic State Com mittee concedes a Republican majority ofl 45000 Hon Llewellyn Powers of Houltop is made Maines Governor by yesterdays election which gives such unpre cedented Republican gains beyond the wildest claims of party leaders Chairman Manley of the Republican State Committee anticipated a total vote of 140000 if the weather shoul...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 September 1896

i j umi r t - jii i THHMOt uimenirttot per Yesr In sdtsnce Sit Month ThrteMonlhi 3u Publishing Go PtlSLIIHSSS DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLES The National Platform on Which Jeffersons Disciples Stand Indianapolis Ind Sep 3 The following is the full text ol the platform recommended by the Com mittee on Resolutions This convention has assembled to unhold the principles upon which innnl tlm honor and welfare of the American people in order that r t - tlmurrli flip nninn mav LJCIIIUkiuis iiiivuu - i unite their patriotic efforts to avert disaster from their country and ruin from their party The Democratic party is pledged to equal and exact justice to all men of every creed and condition to the largest freedom of the indi vidual consistent with good gov ernment to the preservation of the federal Government in its concti tutional vigor and to the support of the States mail their just rights to economy in the public expendi tures to the maintenance of the public faith and sound money and is opp...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

i F f f w MP r v ite rtKWp5 fvw vrrvwvrrt We tan furnish Spfial Clubbing Hates for all the Leading Magatints and Periodicals in tonjunction with THE BEE SEVENTH YEAR CBIPipw Republican Doctrine The American people hold the financial honor of our Gov ernment as sacred as our flag The money of the United States and every hind and form of it whether of paper silver or cold must be as Rood as the best in the world The dollar paid to the far mer the wage earner and the pensioner must continue for ever equal in purchasing and debt paying power to the dol lar paid to any Government creditor William McKiney Gold is the one standard of value among all enlightened commercial nations An hon est dollar worth ioo cents everywhere cannot be coined out of 53 cents worth of silver plus a legislative JR Garret A IIoBAiFr A disordered currency is fatal to industry frugality and economy It fosters the spirit of speculation and extravagance It is the most effectual of inven tions to fertilize the rich ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

jBP i - - HB3ce BtfK PUBLISHING COMPANY Incofotlcl Bnleradlh Pciioffiea l Batlltman as Second c it mtllnr SdllSCKIPTION HATES lu Vi artitlctlylnailvanrc ittSMonliit liMonltii 5 It 00 JO - J coriet malleirlrra on application iJrrponleml wantea in an r o mmr Address ns lor narucuiam ot the THURSDAY SliPTlMUKR 17 189O SPECIAL CAMPAIGN EDITION 4 3006 copies X TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN TICKET PUT THd X UNDER THE LOO CABIN REPUBLICAN TICKET For President WILLIAM MKINLEY of Ohio For Vice President G A HOB ART ol New Jersey El - - For Congress Second District of Kentucky E T FRANKS of Daviess County For Judge Court of Appeals JOSEPH I LANDES Of Christian County Elect ori tor Kentucky At Larse O S Demlng Ml Olivet At Large S II Kaili Manliesier lint Uiitrict V S Maion ot MayfielJ Second Dtilrlct George II Towcry of Dixon Third District J P Taylor of Glasgow Iourili Olilrlcl J S R Wedding o Hartford Fifth Diitrlct Charlei S Stlgllli Louisville Sixth Dltrlct D 11 Wallace olWanaw Seventh DItrlctJo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

I W M Us - J -- r n 4 1 v t r 4 tf Lbei Mli3u Hit SOT niitr HRtee ru toe tEtjrbe L A N T1MB TABLE MOttll ttnil - 1 turf am SUM Uiprm t04pm Kvtuirilln Accmnoilitlon 61OJ m IlotlJriira anl Miilltotuillg Cnj p m OUTII Milljjlfr 4 tp m tVilKiprim 4159 m QDjflrrlllo Aceotnoihllon 51JJ p m WWnriiRnl Maillionvilli arclrtt J a m - 10ma In effort flnniliv Ian id lAnA T VJfl TL WJR W w I I1IIUIJUK AKtlll tAL AND DRIARTURR 01 TRAINS AT NQRTONVILLE OH c o 8c w r re GOING HAST Memphli 10 Ctnlrat City 1 C10 p in Hnlion It Loulivllla iotj 1 hi Mcmphli to Loulttllla tH a in GOING WRST lotilivllU to Iul n tjj p m Central Cltjr 10 HemphU 757 a m ttjaOfllla to Maiaphla itjg a m Xarlingoi anings News Notts Personal Paragraphs and Other Dolnc at Home Worthy of Special Mention Miss Sallio Colbert is visiting trends in Nashville this week juntio ULUINU Trills Maik A Quart tor a Centi DORS NOTBTXKAKTIIBCLCTIIK J ho blest lllulng made Take no other Forwlo by St Uernard Drug Store Miss Alice Day has returned...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

h CbclJPBcc Gt3r 1 - TfinMBt UilcalPTIOX i Pet Yesr In nJsancej j an aionws Three Month JtCT Bee Publishing Co TUlLItHKItl From tlobarts Letter of Accept ance THE MONEY STANDARD Tin- money ntandard of n great nation should lie as fixed and per mancnt ns the nation itself To nrcurc and retain the best should he thed6sire of every right minded citizen Resting on stable fotinda ions continuous and unvarying crtainty of value should lie jits distinguishing characteristic The experience of all history confirms the truth that every coin made under any law howsoever that coin may be stamped will finally com mnnd in the markets of the world the txact value of the materials which compose it The dollar of our country whether ol ijoat or Siivit should bd of the value of one hundred cents and by so much asiiuy dollar is worth less than tins in the maiket by precisely hat sum will some one be defraud ed f i t r The necessity of a certain and fixed money value between nations as well as individua...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

s ft HI tvJ i I 7 4 I V 3fw fc fit- ft mtlHmmimyO Tuesday ovening nCMrVJimila JST t 5rfe i Win n a SOPPLEMENT EARLINGTON KENTUCKY BEE uttMtsDAY HrjTrMnnn it ism GI HARRISONS ICE It is Heard in Now York on tho Vital Issues of tho Great Campaign PERILS OF POPOCRAT SUCCESS A Stirling Addross In Which v i Questions AtQ Handled m u Masterly Wuy ij All Now York Aug 2S At Carnegln hnll Thursday night nn Immense nml rnthu thistle audience gathered la hear tbo Issue of the campaign discussed by px President llcnjniutu Harrison lion Chuuuccy M Depcw presided ovor the mcclliig Uotli Mr Hnrrlsou nml Mr lcew wore the reddidit of orntionn when tlnrjr filtered the hull Upon call ing tho gathering to order Mr Dcpow delivered itii address un campaign Issues nt the tlosn pf which hu Introduced ex President Ilnrrlitoii who nt unco entered Into it discussion of the issue lie spoko nt vuntierible length being very fre quently tiitrruptod Iy niiplmiKe lie fcrring til hli appearance ii n campaign iqienkcr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 September 1896

L Strong Stand on Sound Monoy Protection and Reci procity FORMAL NOTE OF ACCEPTANCE Mills Should bo Opened to Labor Free Coinage Would Set No Wheels Turning Canton O Aug 26 Following la the formal letter of acceptanco written by Ma McKlnley Republican nominee for president and made public to night Tbo Hon John M Thuriton and Others Members of the Notification Committee of tho Republican National Convention Gen tlemen In pursuance of a promise made to your committee when notified of my nomination as the Republican cendldato for president 1 beg to submit this formal ac ceptance of that high honor and to con sider In detail questions at Issuo In tho pending campaign PerLaps this might bo considered unnecessary In view of my re mark on tlint occasion and tlioio I linvc made to delegations that have visited mo since the St Louis convention but In view of the momentous Importance of tho proper settlement of the Issues presented on our future prosperity and standing as a nation in J consid...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

KB Mean furnish Special Clubbing j JAy - - - WwwWWyWWWWmWtvywvww Mfe Halts for all the j V 0 Tj m leading Magcttints I I iSSl fi J BESSigESStelKtr 11 V J t Kjl JH M M mlHHIM I MH KTII mm - -- i ure wijoi - - k nnrr m m mm mEzsegMMm ismkm Myjmmmmmmmmmmk - j jl Cards a - a m t in conjunction with THE JiEE t m III Pi I1 H II If1 i MIMm Hi i MP1 I I I i m 7 X Visiting uw - c on short j r f mmWwmmximIwm w L p Be KsJMbtr srlHMHIiHHHnttr TOelfSRk V It R SEVENTH YEAR H i - l l 4 M lW - -I - -I IM JI I1 jr LH CM Republican Doctrine The American people hold the financial honor of our Gov ernment as sacred as our flap The money of the United States vnnTcvcry Ncind fchd form of it whether of paper silver or gold must be as good as the best in the world The dollar paid to the fir mer the wage earner and the pensioner must continue for ever equal in purchasing and debt paying power to the dol lar paid to tiny Government t in creditor William McKin1v iVi r tmm I I Gold is the one standard ot value...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

t R br it I IT luf 1 LbeJ yvEEt dY T-X- SUIISCftllMION KATKSi I HURSDAY SUPTllIlKR 24 189O Electors tor Kentucky Al Large O S Demlng Ml Olivet At Large S It Kath Manchester I Irit Dlilrlcl W S Maion o Majfield Second District George It Towerjr ot Oiton Third DlstrlctI F Taylor ot Glasgow Fourth District J S R Wedalng of Hartford Fifth District Charles S Stlgllt Louisville Sixth District D II Wallace ot Warsaw Seventh District John L Boiler of Paris Eighth Dlstrlct N Daniel Miles of Nicholas vllle Ninth DistrictRobert Buckley ot Mt Olivet Tenth District J D Marcum of Jackson Eleventh District 11 G Trimble ot Somerset Indiana for McKinley Illinois for McKinley Kentucky for McKinley Everybody everywhere for Mc Kinley The Bryan Press Bureau at Washington has been abandoned Fully 20000 people heard Palmer and Buckncr at Madison Square Garden Tuesday evening The special elections have all been called to fill thoTacancies in our Legislature and another ses sion is in prospect A vote for Br...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

w v I a ir a m f fi yv i tf Km LbglBgi R3ee Ull 3it5ttslru roe Cijrluc 4ttM2tflHt TarrTVri UnyP A V L M TIMB TABLE NOITN Iiitiam Mtlii iimh 1051 Pm Utmiirllle Afcamoilf tloi 1 8 OJ a m il lilenr mill kUilltonrllla 6 ij p m south Mill 4l in fliglil liipreni 439am Kvtrmllla Accomojon 551pm rdvllfnee nnt Xtlolivl1l atilvn J 0 hi elfeel Sunday Jin 19 itgA W W KTIIHIUOK Anonl AJIRIVAl ANU DRIAR VRB Or TRAINS AT NORTONVlLLB en c o 3 xv re r COINQ RAST Mamphlt 10 Central Clljr Ciopro Pullon I Lonlifllla 1 1043 m Memphis to Lsnlullla til a in GOINQ WKST Loulivilla lo F11I ni a 33 p n Crntftl Chy lo Mampt1 1 737 m LouUvllla to Mempliln 1139 a Earlin5tor happenings llewa Notes Personal Paragraphs nnrl Other Doing at Home Worthy n Hpeclat Mention Mr and Mrs E G McLcod and Mr and Mrs W F Anderson ol Madisonvillc spent Friday eve ning with Mrs B F Myers junuo uuuino Trsda Mitk A Quart or 8 Cents DOES NOT STREAK Til CIOTIIE1 Tha West Dluiog made Take no olhe lror sale by St Dernard Drag Store Mts...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

It t 4t j lr Yaar In advance Su Monlhi Three Monlhn i cg iia Bee Publishing 33ee n oo ro Hi 7 PuaUSIISM A POPULISTS VIEWS Ill Mm on tlie Questions of he Day and I In Inupnt Altitude of the Iopulht Parlr Madisonviu f Ky Sep 1 3 9G Editor Bek Many ask why it is that the Democrats cant tell the truth nhotit this matter of coinage and things generally when making rpecclics The reason they cant do so and answer arguments put forth by the Republicans is that the natural inclination to mislead and deceive the people makes such liars of them that it is a matter of impossibility for them to tell the truth Now how do they intend to liindlo their llirce way ticket It seems lo ma that if Mr Bryan in tends to accept Mr Watson as his Kooiii running mate it is hiyh tim he was doing so I will tell 011 my brother Populists what they in- tciulio do They mean to keep hold ing off on this matter until it is too late for us to hold another conven tion and they will squeeze out Mr Watson Do you intend to...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

pn r v- SUPPLEMENT EARLINGTON KENTUCKY BEE THURSDAY BniTEMHEB i I6ML His Eopeated Assertions ing India Whoat Provon False HON JAMES BRYCE SPEAKS Denials by Mombcrs of tho English Parliamont and a Prominent London Merchant In tho speech delivered lijr William Jennings Bryan to tho fnrmpr nf Now iiork assembled ot Chautauqua tho In dia wheat fako was revamped by the silver candidate for president Tho in sertion mado by Mr Bryan In his Omaha dobnto last May that tbo Eng llali speculators could drlvo great bar coins In buying silver and trading It lor India wheat to tho detriment of tho American farmer was reiterated and embellished by bis fervid Imaglmtlon o as to crcato tho Impression that tbo decline of silver has made India tho tnost formidable competitor of the American wheat and cotton growers As usual Mr Bryan talked at random without taking tho trouble to acquaint blmself nlth tbo actual facts Tbo Beo now has tbo facts and the figures that effectually explode Mr Aryans India fak...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 September 1896

iliiX iWwyi inojucbiiiii4iiuuiojvciuiioi y iviu1iijuju YWimrSKti iltilifflKrvall ulvlllitoveelglii hundred s Si CHI tatI L1S I vn efl 4 BHBSjsHifiJlslllsslV Political Notes and Observations from tho Popocrat Candi dates Own Oity HIS PLATFORM ANALYZED A Constant Appeal to Class Preju dice m the Interest of Sil ver Mine Owners Business men nrp studvlng the money question Mr Brynn hns seen lit to loll lil nulicutc over and over again that thi business men of the roiuitry arc ngilnst frcc H partly became they dont Know anything about the question nJ pirtly because they nre dishonest In this Mr Brynn niltleads his follow crs ami misrepresents the business men It may be true that what Is called free silver agitation started flrst anions the farmers rather than nmons the business men but later the business men have read the free silver literature hive rend both Bides of the question until at tho present time he business men of the nation nre thoroughly informed from a business standpoint n...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 October 1896

kit I P fit i B If- J p yvvvyrvyvvvvvvyvvvvvvrvvvTivvv I i 1A A- SVM Iff inn j 111 linn oyfdH ihviiiii Halts for all Ike Ltading and Periodicals injunction wlA THE BEE X twvMAAAA4AAAMkAAAlAAAAAAAAA m SEVENTH YEAR Republican Doctrine The American people hold the financial honor of our j eniment as sacrccl as our lag y The npneyt of the United States anil every kind and form of it whether of paper silver or gold must be as good as the best in the world The dollar paid to the far mer the wage earner and the pensioner must continue for ever equal in purchasing and debt paying power to the dol lar paid to any Government creditor William McKwiiV Gold is the one standard of value among all enlightened commercial nations An hon est dollar worth too cents everywhere cannot be coined out of 53 cents worth of silver plus a legislative fiat GAititirr A IIoijaut 1 A disordered currency in fatal to industry frugality nnd economy It fosters the spirit of speculation and extravagance It is the most...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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