Thi C.cc.riiA ha mad" special ar-
..nm.ni tsiin me
most Mjlish, accurate -n4 frrfect
nttlnaT pPr Patterns that ar- wart-,
br which we ran prwnt la our lad?
.'.... tl f the trf newest and
choicest pttt-rn. of garment for la
di, ml- and children for 10:-r.t.
Full and explicit direction ft f put
ting tojrrther th- irarm-nl a-rou.pn
each pttf rn. Tor-- drip' Ion and
tin pattern th-irMelv-a have in art j
note! and praetkal frrur-4 pre t-ntrd
by no other patfrrn made aril whirl,
render tb-m a simple for ih tvirn
...!,-. r. tii nrorrii4ioriai or--
maker. AddrrM all r,miiiinic.tion
to the fat'-m D-ptrtmnt.Tfia Cat'
Yon mint in- the oupon prin.nJ
below (which it our order on the pub
liaher), otherwiflf tbe ptUr-rrn wil
cost jou .. rent.
rectiona about the pattern will be
found on the envelope in which it 11
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DR. HATH A V AT a CO I
!X So. Broad St.
before the Inter-SUte Commerce iom
miftsion are Inadequate for that por-
poee, that thej male reeomseaoauoa
to the General Aaeemblj of amend
raeota to exiaUof la we, to the end
that low and fairer rate ma j be Ub
liabedT both In the State and Inter-
Ke$olTtd, That we recommend a con
stitutional prohibition of the pur
chase, lease or rental of parallel cr
competing-railway line. .
We faror a law forbidding: the g i-
I ing of free pase to public official,
ana lorDiaaing ineir recnuui
BOBtn caaoiixa eailsoad ijiabB.
We condemn the lease of the North
Carolina Kailro&d to the Southern
Kailway Compuny for ninetj-nme
rears, not only as
1017 FUAXCINE FUOCX.
heavy ribs of dark ccbr opon a
groundwork of a lighter tone. The
Ottoman mo?t m uemana 1a a
brown upca a trrouadwork of tan.
iThe shrvdea of brown and pale green
are combined, acd alao greca and
black. Many are the combinations
to bs found in ottomsa.
An ottoman cloth dre3 in two
ghade3 cf rrten, dark stripe and
made as a
a Daa ousmess
transaction in which the interests of
the State amounting to the large sum
of $3,000,000 inrested in gooa paying
property yielding an income, were
sacrificed; bat we also, in most em
nhatic terms condemn the hasty and
shonld connt only for one elector, not-1 secret manner in which it was. done J cub our deepest ymrthy in tLeir heroic
withstanding the evident intention I sereral years before tee xormer nuriy trugg xor ponucai wwm wa loafn-
ure3 place McKinley'a plurality at "P1"0 , .1, .'1 .
r.,o I people cf toe Mat to the 1 : ti.i
&n Inveati iration through the
m r. lw.
Hizmlor oanu iu u-ars. .. ht ffroutldworv wa3
The little frock iimauawu w w . v. - ... , atitchinff
cadet-blue cashmere, trunnitd Vpith
rows of narrow, black velvet ribbon.
The straiiiht, fall skirt ia liniahedat
the foot with a deep hem and ijai,a-
ed with 103 cf the velvet. It is
gathered to the waitt, and on each
side cf the front several tucta neau
ed bv rows of velvet are run down
live or tiii inches, the velvet bands
ending in loops. The lower, close
fitting parts cf the sleeves are trim
med to match, and so is the square
arouud the hem. The waist was cu
very tight with the shortest baaqne.
For the street a coat cut to me ex
treme length of the winter style wsa
fastened down the front with invis
ible clasps. The lining cf the suit
was a pale tan and tan giovei were
worn with it.
A hat of tan felt, sailor ahape,
had an immense bow of green velvet
erected at the back of it. 'ihe lm
inj of thia bow was bright red taf
A Smart Tailor Oowd.
bertha. Ihe waist is the regulation f - introduced tbe oniy
full "bahv" stvle. held in tdace bv a . ,1 r.t
j j - a I arutfr ri frinv 111 i.iit- I'.tini.ii inn.
.... a.i -1 T ' l I I'-'v-'. vi vv v
httcd lining, ana tne voice id 01 insa i a 1 1 M0f. r in.-iinMl tn h Innaft
point lace; velvet or lancj r b,ik can .q frQnt and tbjs hun altn08
ahv a.1-, fhft lumk- The sides had
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tnld IUOUel. Lien o cmiff efftdt orivincr thp f rtflt a
A apecial illustration and full di- u hn timnirli
rectsona about the pattern will be . Kqv Snifa nf
found on the envelope m which it xa thig kind bg much WQm with
UJ4 VI Oil A1UUO Vi. A. LA A
be used for this, if preferred, iancy strai ht fr0Q1 the neQk,
or piam woolens may bo used for u ft, the back Tj
NEEDLE AND THE PIN.
Pollto Aspersions a Overheard From
From Harjier'a Eazar.l
lVtticoata are a mo6t esstntial fea
tare in every costume, and it ia quite
aa neceasarv that they should lit and
hang well a3 that the gown itself rrom Jiousenoia words. 1
should be well cut. Acain and A Tin and Needle, being ne'gh
afrain a costume is seen which, in bora in a work-basket, and both be
o - ' 1 . . 1
itself verv smart, vet looka somehow ing idle folks, began to quarrel, as
exceedingly dowdy and nuite lack- idle folks are apt to do.
. I ,.-r 1 -1 i-i 1 t 91 1 11.
ingiu style. Just what the trouble "1 should liKe to Know, earn ine
ia it would be at Erst difficult to Pin, "what you are good for, and
say. Apparently it ia well cut and how jou expect to get through the
veil hunsr, and the materials used world witnouc a neaar
are of the brst, and jet it will not "What ia the use of your head,7'
have the same appearance of being replied the JNeedie, rather snarpiy,
in stvle aa will some costume that "if vou have no eye?''
I . . r . . . m 1
"What ia the use or an eye, saia
the Tin, "if there i3 always svme-
tberefore tbe lead abooJd not be moaopo
other corporatiosslB exceae of their actaal
dkkIi aboaki by Uwful means be recialm
d by the gorernBaent and held for actual
ettlera only, and priTal land JfW "f
well aa alien ovnerahip aboold bm prohlfr-
X We eoadeaia the franda by which the
land grants to the racific Railroad compan
ies hare, through coani ranee of tbe Interior
department, robbed muiutsdea of accoal
tonande settlera of their home and miners
cf their chum, that we demand legislation
by Congress which will enforce the exemp
tion of mineral land from sach grants afier,
as well as before patent.
S. We demand that bonaSde settlers on
all public lands be prorided free homes and
bm proTkied for In the national Ilomeatead
law, and that no exception be made in the
coe cf Indian reaenrattona wfcea opened
for settiement, and that all Uns not now
patented come under this demaDd. o
4. We favor a system of direct legislation
through the initiatiT and referendum un
der proper contitational aafeguards.
1. We demand the election of President
and Vice-President and United btatea Sena
tors by a direct vole of the people-
2. We tender to the mouc pec-i'le or
j T, ti r I uroper legal channels, of this tranac-
Deae Editok: Please inform tfon, which waa 60 uuiversaiiy cun-
your readers thar. it written to con- demned by the press of the Mate and
niiPTitial I v. I will mail in a sealed all classes of our citizens, wnen 11 nrsi
- ' - . - I I XI-. . V, AamanA
letter tha plan pursued by which 1 1 P5? . ,, 7,7:Zh". f..n,;
r A x t ..hi that the next tjeneral Assembly fully
wa3 permanenuy reewreu to i.caitu . w Mt,t. thi transaction, and to
and manly vigor, after years of suf- the eni that the interests of the State I
ferine from Jiervous Weakness, IjOES I may be fully protected as far as it can aasnming to impruon cit'zcns ror indirect
nf Manhnrvl Lsirkof Confidence etc. be done, such legialative action shall contempt and ruhnK by lnjunctioa, aliouM
Ot iaanhOOd. ijaCKOr onuaence, cu . tn ntmet. as far as be prevented by proir lepsiaUon.
when the United States, the reat lieputhc
if the world, should recognize that Cuba ia
and cf right ought to he a tree and inde
ln dent fclate.
S. We favor home rule in the Territories
and the District of Columbia, and tr-e early
ad mix ion of Territories as Flate.
4. All public salaries should be made to
correspond to the price of labor and its pro
ducts. 5. In times of great Industrial depression.
Idle labor should be employed on puMic
works as far as practicable.
i. me arbitrary course 01 ii.e co'.na in
a ea a sinnpniiA naaa.
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I have no scheme to extort
from anv one whomsoever.
robbed and swindled br quacks un
til I nearly lost faith m mankind.
7. We favor Just t-ensiens for our duablf 1
8. Believing that the election franchise
KIM oval or cases. I and untrammeled ballot are eential to a
ThP rmnval of cm from the State government of. for, and by the people, tbe
uavj ... th unwiaa and secret trass
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VlffOrous and Strong, and anxious XO ""eiu i""' . Btates as un-Kepubhcan and undemocratic,
makp this rertain meana of cure sons and defendants rich foreign cor- and we declare it to be the duty of tbe sev-
maKe this certain meana or cure porati()ng on appiiction of defend- eral Bute legislatures to take such action as
known to all. Having nothing to ants, ia a growing evil in North Caro- will secure a full, free and fair ballot and
nr.H nr arrtd fl. O. T) . T want Tin Una anil in it nractical nnftr&tinn an honest Count.
While the foregoing propositions con
organization will maintain, we recognize
that the great and pressing issue of the
pending campaign upon which the present
Presideutial election will turn is the finan
cial question, and upon this great and ste
cilic ifsue between the parties, we cordially
invite the aid and co-operation of all orran
iniions and citizens agreeing with us uion
thU vital aao-tion.
.it -r . rr . i - i Mn;4 ..r it a i . ti uiie me iunncuiiiK uroiwi;
money. Aaaress jab. a. a i" - "."Ti,::.. Uitate the platform Wri which
P.0X 81 5. Uelrav. MiCh. apSQlV c... i . ::r.. stands and for the vindication of
' a- ai w Tirii: III I IBB) IM I I I I I Hill I I HII H llflliailll.
I DAAWaaal V W a. w a" a,a va "
therefore, that the next General As
PKOPLE3 PARTT8TATB PLATFORM, aemblv shall pa.s such a general stat
I nta An t Kij anKio.ir si as tit t a Iraa fpflTli
The Peoples Party platform of North Llir.u r;w '.4,.;,. i,.inae. in
rlaaAlitia n AAniranriAft w) x SBrt K I AA t tar I
" . . a. V'" " this State the priviifge or carrying on
? k sj i T business in North Carolina, and with-
G, hereby reamrms its unqualified air drawin the proteoUiin of the State
leeiance tiotineprincipjes oi m5 parij,i f ti- i.,..;.ic :r th.r
and hereby approves the platform of igt in escaping the jurisdiction of
the Peoples Party adopted at its Na- ur court!j when claims are sought to
aionai convention neia in m cmy M be enforced against them therein.
o" - "j we advocate euch leiriilation as will
insure a just listing and taxation of
all oviriatiAaa nf flAhr inn mtlra an
We hereby reafBrm our fixed oe 1t:rAkia f11affnant tha Km.jAn nr
termination to support and maintain atioll between the debtor and a
a iree uaiiob anu a iair cuuuu iu an
elections held in North Carolina: and
the election law passed by the Gen- bkduction of 6alarik3.
eral Assembly of 1895 meets our hearty in oruer to Keep our puunc servants
endorsement and approval: and we I in thorough touch and sympathy with
hereby pledge the Peoples Party to the! the oppressed uiasne., and to check to
policy of upholding the principle of I some extent the srraiiihie tor oliice,
free and honest elections provided fori we aemanu a reumiioii oi sniaries un
til such time as turouirn di- increase
of the currency the price of property
and products will justify the present
1010 YATKS II A! QUE.
Sizea for 3t, 30, 33, and 10 inches
bust menaure. :. Nf
A smart tailor gown, the Yates"
bnaque and "Carroll' skirt com
bined'. The baEqne ia very short,
simply llaring over the bipfl, and
pointed In the basque aa well aa in
the front, or el bo cut with a shert
postilion. There ia a great variety
in the arrangement of the fronts,
which may open to disclyoe a waist
coat, and chemisette and tie, or be
finished high in the neck to wtar
the favorite stock collar, braiding
ia the favorite trimming for thf-se
gowns. Our model gown ia cf
plum-colored melton cloth. The
waistcoat is of lavender faced cloth,
fastened with email pearl buttons
8moked pearl buttons at4 locpa of
black cord finish the froats of the
basque, and the re vera are trimmed
with a cord. The high puffed sleeve
ia becoming, and of conservative
iae, a style which is to be the favcr
ite this season.
A special illustration and full di
rections about the pattern will be
found on the envelope in which it is
999 CARROLL SKIRT.
Sizes medium and large.
A popular design, having five
breadth", and is of conservative
width, measuring four and a half
yarda around the bottom. The fa
vorite finish for the bottom of the
akirt ia a deep facing of haircloth or
canvass and velveteen binding. Silk,
cotton, or woolen fabrics n:ay be
chosen for thia model, nnl it may be
worn with any style of coat, basque,
A ipecial illustration r.d full di-
has cost a third of the monej. The
real reason for thia ia that the petti
coats worn beneath it are not well
;ut. Women who are really in other
uya reat never seem to realize how
much thought and care should be
besto--d, npou this particular article
The i.o atyles in petticoats are
bewilderingly prettj; better still,
they are eminently sensible in inate-j
rial u&d cit. Silk ia the favorite
material, and as there never was a
time when silk could be bought so
che;ip, it ia quite possible, even for
the wonuu who has to cou3uit econ
omy, to have several. Fashion re
quires that the linings of the cloth
suita thi3 year p.hall be of contrast
ing silk, ad one cf the newest fads
ia to have a petticoat to wear under
the gown made of the same color as
the gown itself, but just a shade or
two lighter. All thesy ars fuller
thau they were, but the f alnes3 is
gathered into a small space at the
back, quite like the skirts cf the
gowns, and the fit over the stomach
and hips ia carefully attended to. A
deep Spanish flounce h still the
fashicn, but the skirt itself extends
nnc!er the llounce now. One or
more rtt files to trim the flounce, and
juet as many inside ruches or little
flounces as can be put cn, are added.
Lace insertion is very much used
black lace cn the flounces of petti
coats to wear with street gowns,
white lace ou those to be worn with
light gown3 in the hoaee. In all the
petticoat! there is some attempt at
wiring, either with a feather-bone
run through just above and jut be
low the llounce, or the dreea-extend-ers,
which are really capital, put
inco the back breadths bo that the
petticoat hanga cut full and wide.
The objection cf ten rais?d that silk
petticoats are too cold fr winter
wear 13 quite done away with by lin
ing them with thin flannel aa Jams
the knee; this does not add to the
weight, and yet gives sufficient
in said election law, and warn tne
voters of the State against the threats
which have been made to repeal the
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thing ia iu
'1 am mere active, and ; ui
through more work than u cap, ' j
said the Needle.
"Yts; but you will not liv lung,
because jou have always a ku .-ch ia
your aide," said the V n,
"You are a poor, crooked
turf," said the Iseedle.
"And you are so proud tha jou
cannot bend without breaking vour j
"I'll pull your head off if you in
sult me again."
"I'll pull your eye out if you
touch me; remember, your life hangs
on a Bingle thread," said the Pin.
While they were thus conversing,
a little girl entered, and, undertak
ing to sew, she very soon broke off
the Needle at the eye. She then
tied the thread around the neck of
the Viz, and, attempting to sew with
it, she soon pulled its head off, and
threw it into tbe dirt by the side of
the broken Needle.
"Well, here we are," said the
"We have nothing to fight abdut
now, said tne I'm. "It seems mis
fortune ha3 brought U3 to our
"A pity we had no come to them
sooner," saith the Needle. "How
much we resemble human beings,
who quarrel about their blessings till
they low them, and never find out
that they are brothers till they lie
down in the du3t together, as we
RIBBED SUIT FOR WINTER.
Ottoman Cloth Comes In Two Colors, a
UarK KJb I pan a Light Grouidwcrk.
Ottoman cloth in two shades is a
rovelty in outdoor goods. It has
The Ladies" Manual.
Combined in One !
Thk tAnirV WijcrAt Is a Un mToma of 1st lars thr.
o. iinu M-mrti raw neVly houaJ ia attract; ci.lorVl u.nm-
: mi W" nil' II! I .i
'.T , . , :l'i I', lui i- 'll'llll'l i i 1 l'" I
5sw ass'asa.. Mtfcmr
ii"' . ' : i " L a t.m. a . 'i i m'" u.
'1. i.klWP..KW "rl
' : IT j, '"" "" uiuiwraTionvsiKI ts lthut
jvor iml.linl.fMl and sold l.r t:,o lm prutof twi-ntv-flve i'mt
It i raully fWi. hKla roMlH.ic.1 1 on nl iH forth pri.-a
of cn. l..r it coutainn tho uijterial nsua'Iy .old in tw.We iup
to !. a thrr toi,.ir fin- Uruty-Jlre cU. It ii w?th"ot
douM ;:; or t.is mo.r ustful and valuable booka for ",,1 iea
ver pnW;li(.,l, coninli!s a rreter aiuouut and more exti-n"
it :uit f ot cj.ful inf..n.,atio tl.an wan tnr bpfore ratb
ercd tnj.-s-.Wand puMish.il in a airntle Tolmno. Tho follow,
lac si Uie cotteuU or Tlis Ladiea' M auual : 'ouow-
J. Fnnrjr Work forllomn AdnramonC Iluw t. m.k.
tn.U'- 1 nticiil t 'nd ur .-torti'itc lh linmn
l. How to Sink!" Paper tlunrrs. Ccmrloe !n,irti,ti.
t. I.ntilca I'nury Work. How to U.utirr th. h.m. la
''"l' Pnlnllna;. A .mprehnlT. niMinsl .f air
InMrMrilnn ;n till. .rl.
. Cinlilp to KcriMawork. Knlttlna and Crorhrt.
. Jlnnnil or I'lorlrnlturp. guide to th. enltnr at
A to rolHene., and footl
lh orffriK anl
pnrw in etininn nw
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wt .iithor'. work ik
H. Pomm by John CJ. Whlttlrr.
...Biff? 7 Atrmd Tennyson.
J 1 w w.mto muuiui KI1!.
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Special Premium Offer: aMS:
md and Thi Caucasian for one year for only $l.lo. For two yearly
abicribert we will tend it free to the gender of club. ,
The Cartoon ia tho Cainj!ga
In connection gith the use of plate
matter and "ready prints," the
newspapar cartoon has played a
more important part this year
throughout the canvass than ever
before in our political history. The
effectiveness of tha cartoon in polit
ical warfare has long been recog
nized by party managers. This year
a great part of the responsibility for
this teature m campaign worE has
been lifted from the shoulders of the
national and State committees by
the voluntary activity in cartoon
illustration on the part of the most
influential daily papers throughout
the country during the summer and
fall months. The political cartoon
department of the Review of Re-
viers has borne ample testimony to
activity in me ior or repro-
duetioBs oi newspanar cartoons
draw from every conceivable point
of view. It is doubtless true that
the skill displayed in newspaper car
toons, to say nothing of the enter
prise shewn by newspaper managers
in securing the services of abl? car
toonists, has reached a point hereto
fore unknown ia this country. On
the Democratic &ad Pot-ulist side
perhaps more use has bee:i made of
the newspaper cartoon than on the
RepablicaE aide. The turn which
Mr. Davenport, of the T?ew York
Journal, early in the campaign gave
to the figure of Mr. Hanna has done
duty in thousands' of newspaper car
icatures from the Atlaniic to the
raeiSc From "Methods and T
tics of the Campaign," ia November
Review of Reviews.
Kentucky's Electoral Vote Divided.
LorsviLLE, Ky., Nov. 6. The
electoral vote in Kentucky will be
12tol. Whoever wins, McKinleyor
Bryan, the vote will be divided. This
results from the fact that a large
number of voters placed the cross
opposite the name of the first elec
tor instead of under the party de
vice. The canvassine ' board has
ruled in these casta that the vote
The act of the last General Assem
bly restoring to the right of local
self government by the election of
their county commissioners and just
ieesof th peace by the vote of the peo
pir? Ii! :!:h respective counties, and the
safe-guards therein provided, meets
with our hearty approval, and we
pledge the People.? Tarty to the con
linned support and maintenance of
that legislation, and warn the voters
of the necessity of preventing injuri
ous changes in that act, and of the
dar;;- r of electing members of the
Gentry A ssembly hostile thereto.
LfctiAL TK.MiKS MONEY.
,Wr favor the exercise by the State
of North Carolina of the reserved con
stitutional power to make all gold and
silver GOins of the United States (in
cluding the trade dollar) a legal ten
der for the payment of debts, and that
this right be inforccd by the passage
cf an appropriate act by the General
GOLD NOTES AND MOJITO AG KS.
We believe that all money demands
should be payable in the lawful money
of the United States without preference
or discrimination, and therefore favor
the passage by the General Assembly of
a law to prohibit tbe taking or giving
oi gold noteB, bonds and mortgages in
this state, and the making: of all mon
ey demands solvable in any kind of
lawful money of the United States.
We pledge ourselves to maintain the
six per cent, interest law enacted by
tne last, (jeneral Assembly.
The action of the Peoples Party
members of the last General Assembly
has demonstrated, beyond question,
tnac tne Peoples .rarty has been true
to its antecedent platform declarations
miavor or public education. We de
mand still further improving and
broadening the public ecnool system
or tne ntate as rapidly as a proper re
gard for the interests of the tax payers
and the resources of the State will
permit. We also favor such revision
of our present school system as may
increase the efficiency of our public
scnoois ana insure the most compe
tent and effective supervision. We
think that the committee on Educa
tion of the next General Assembly
snouiu invite ana secure, as iar as
possible, the co-operation of the lead
ing teachers and educators of the State
in framing and perfecting the school
Our judiciary should be lifted above
the plane of partisan politics.
RKFOMATORY FOR YOUNG CRIMINALS
We favor the establishment of
State institution for the reformation
of young criminals.
PKMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION CON
DXMNED. We condemn the Democratic admin
istration in North Carolina for it
failure to execute the anti-trut laws
of the State now on our statute books
and call the attention of the people to
the fact that official action in this re
gard is not in harmony with tbe ultra
anti-trust sentiment heretofore and
now being expressed by the leaders of
tne jjemocratic party.
Wo favor the establishment of such
equitable and low freight rates and
cnarges ror products shipped from
North Carolina as will enable shippers
and producers to realize at least a fair
remuneration after costs of uch ehip
uieiiiia nave ueen aeaucxea.
we call especial attention to the
possibilities of the trucking industry
in Eastern North Carolina, an indus
try which, hut for the extortionate
tarms ci the common carrier, would
lucrease au nunarea ioia, carrvinsr
" 1 me gicatcsii prosperity to tnat
Vi t 1 - aH .J9 a. ? a. a
uiguij istweu sec iion ii nas ever
TIT. XT . '.
if c carue&ui j - recommend to our
acate itauroad Commission that thv
use all the powers they have to brine
altst.,.' 1.. . .
avuun ouuu icuuuuuiis; ana especially
that they nrge before the Inter-State
Commerce Commission all complaints
of extortion and discrimination with
Hucn vigor ana continuity that should
they fail to secure remedial action by
the Inter-State Commerce Commis
sion, all the people would know
to place the responsibility for exist
ing outrages; and if their facilities
far flghtiag th battle of tha people
Tbe Peoples Fart j National Platform.
Following is the Populist platform as
"The Peoples Party assembled in Na
tional convention, reaffirms its allegiance
to the principles declared bv the founders
of the Republic and also to the fundament
al principles of just government aa enuaci-
ateu in tne piatiorm oi the party in liwz.
11'. 11 A. j.1 a II
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vv e recognise tnat tnrougn tne connivance our line promptly and at lowest poa
of the present and preceding admintstra- 0;vi " . , . , 1 ,
tiona, the country has reachetfa crisis in its VbiQ pneea. bpccial rates to teach
national nte as predicted m our declaration i era ana. ueaiera. tAtaiOfrues free.
luur vcais kku. auu iuai. urumui aou uairi-
otic action is the supreme duty of the hour.
vv e realize mat wniie we nave pouucai inde
pendence our financial and industrial inde
pendence is yet to be attained by restoring
to our country the constitutional control
and exercise of the functions necessarv to a
people's government, which functions have PEOPLES PARTY NATIONAL COMMITTEE.
raa3an TQ Cf am I TT S11 VTVin fl 01011 rX All rwlthlttfl onva 1
vanta to rirnorata monnrili. Vh inrtn- Wh ,a rk7 hatel, Wssllsjloa, D. C
ence of European money changers has been
uiuic putcui iu onopiug regisiauun man me
voice oi me American iieppie. Mecutive The Naiional Committee will furnish the
EvSi; f Campaign Document, at
iuf B "T v.. "T " I prices quoted oeiow:
rnp npnnl anil nlntvrnntr no. hun n. r
thrnnpff nnrm tha niini nf numuirgnr T I 1 TlCe Per l.U'Ai
restore tha trove rnmpnt infpn.lp,! hw tha I Facts About Silver 11200
fathers and for the welfare and prosperity tll.e,Hr,he ? ancial Pohcy
of this and future generations, we demand ler-Agamst Furtker Issue of
tne estannsnment or an economic and n- ;";.
nancial system which shall make us mas- S.13-. a,1,lp"Je
ters of our own affairs, and independent of rat!?n aom 8tatlst5cs
European control by the adoption of the IS wrf J?11 t?i er
following: Sibley-On bilyer...
DCLAEAT105 OF TBIHCirLES. I Tax
1. We demand a National menev safe I Simpson On Silver
and sound issued by the general govern-1 Howard The Financial Situation...
ment only without the intervention oflStrowd Coin Iledemption Fund ...
banks of issue, to be a full legal tender for Teller Revenue Not tbe Itemed v.. .
all debts, public and private, so that a just, Bryan On Income Tax
equitable and efficient means of distribution Uater On (Join lledcmptiou Fund.
may be made direct to the people and Shnford Money of the People
through the lawful disbursement of the gov- Bell On the Money yaestion
ernm6Dt. Bryan On Finance
2. We demand the free and unrestricted ben Butterworth Letter of
coinage of silver and gold at tho present le- Carter The Political Situation
gal ratio of 16 to 1 without waiting for the Mantle On Bimetalliom
consent oi loreign nations. rettigrew History of Cleveland and
3. W e demand the volume of circulating Bond Issues
medium be speedily increased to an amount Uartmau Gold Monometallism
sufficient to meet the demands of tUe bosi- Against Bimetallism
ness people of this countrv and to restore I Peffer On the Monev Outtlon
the just level of prices of labor and pro-1 Stewart History of Demonetization
duction. I 'Fathers of Our Country on Silver. .
4. W e denounce the sale of bonds and the I PeoDle Party Platform
increase of the public interest-bearing bond "Why the Wage-Earner W
debt made by the present administration as Silver.
unnecessary and without authority of law I Price ir lOu
and tnat no more bonds be issued except -Rryan Large Portrait of..." 2 is)
uy (vnuw act oi tonjreM. Watson Larpe Portrait of ... 2 00
5. A e demand such legal legislation as -Bryan and Watsoa Campaign
will prevent the demonetization of the law- Button 2 LQ
ful money of the United States bv private tinniM p.h nffin'.'i'ilniMn ivi
COntraCt. A if nf tSa ahnn ara in franVa.1
6. We demand that the government in ready for maihng, except those marked
payment of its obligations shall use its op- thus
UO,8i ine 1r Uwiul "Si007 m Sen'1 a'J orders to J. A. Edeertoa, Secre
which they are to be paid and we denounce tary Peoples Party National CommiUee,
vw pnuun BuiuiuiBUBuuij i asuington, XJ. u
of government ODhgations.
7. We demand a graduated income tax to
the end that aggregated wealth shall bear
its just proportion of taxation and we de
nounce the Supreme court, relative to the
income tax law, aa a misinterpretation of
the constitution and an invasion of the
rightful powers of Congress over the sub
ject of taxation.
. e demand that postal savings banks
FOR SALE BY THE
Peoples Party M Committea
The folio wine has been rhnwn hv tha
K. li!lil..J K 7 m I Ponnlo. P.rf. K :.. i
wy vDiuwmucu WT HAC tcJ V CI 11 1 UC 11 L 1 III lilP I Vl'.v u m. .ill A" BllUUOl V4J1U 111 II Rfl a IMIT1
- J . - . . i . . I 1 , j r . . .-. . , r w
aie ui-poKi oi ine savings oi me people I njiLnjt-irauie iibi oi dooks on tne nnan
ani to laoui.aie exenange. 1 ciai quesiioc:
Peoples Party Campaign Book (Offi-
. . " . . aV 25 cents
1. liansponation nemg a means of ex- Handbook on Money (compiled by
change and a public necessity, the govern- three expert) 25 '
ment should own and operate the railroads Shy lock, Gordon Clark 25 '
in the interest of the people on a non-par- Coin's Financial School, W. H. Har-
tisan basis; to the end that all may be ac- vey 25 1
corded the same treatment in transport- Tale of Two Nations, W. H. Harvey ,25 '
tion, and that the tyranny and political Silvtr and the Science of Money,
power now exercised by the great railroad m. M. Stewart 10 '
corporations, which results in the impair- Effects of the Gold Standard, Dr.
ment if not the destruction of the political W. II. Smith 25 '
rights and personal liberties of the citizens, The Banker 's Dream. T. J. Proctor.25 1
may be destroyed. Such ownership is to be The American People's Money, Ig-
accomplished gradually in a manner con- natius Donnelly 25 '
sistent with sound policy. Seven Financial Conspiracies. Mrs.
2. The interest of the United States in the 8. E. V. Emery f. 7. 10 1
public highways built with public moneys. Not a P.evolt (Campaign book)
and the proceeds of extensive grants of land Thos. E. Watson .25 1
to the Pacific railroad should never be alien- Stories of Ancient Home, Thos. E.
ated, mortgaged or sold, but guarded and Watson 10 1
protected for the general welfare, as provid- Grover Cleveland on a Tramp, Erab-
ed by the laws of organizing such railroads. ster West 25 '
The foreclosure of existing lines of the Uni- Capitalists on a 6trlke. R. T. Bntler.10 1
ted States on these roadsshould at once fol- Senator Jones' Great Speech on the
low default in the payment thereof of the Money Question, 1. 25
debt of companies, and at the foreclosure The Bond and the Dollar. John '
sales of said roads the government shall Clark Red path . 10
purchase the same if it becomes necessary The Little .Statesman, K. L. Arm- "
to protect its interest therein or if they can strong 25
be purchased at a reasonable price; and the Battle of the Standards, Hnry M. "
government shall operate said railroads as Teller .25
public highways for the benefit of the Condition of the American Farmer "
whole people and not in the interest of the H. E, Taubeneck .10
few, under suitable provisions for proteo- Brice's Financial Catechism 60 "
tion of life and property; giving to ail trans- Ten Men of Money Island, 8. F.
portation interests and privileges and equal No-ton : .25
rates for fares and freight Wither are we Drifting as a Na- "
3. We denounce the present infamous tion; T. O. Wfley 50
schemes for refunding these debts and de- The National Committee baa made ar-
mand that the laws now applicable thereto rangements to buy these books from the
be executed and administered according to publishers at wholesale rates. In orderinz
their true intent and spirit. them from us, you give to na the prcht
4. The telegraph, like the poatofSce ays- which usually goes to the retail dealer: end
tern, being a necessity for the tranamission this profit Ss at once placed in the National
of news anould be owned and operated by Campaign Fund.
the government in the interest of people.
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LrThe true policy demands that thena- - '
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will utomately enable every prudent and tary Peoples Party National Cvxnmittea.
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