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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 I Jr rr t II HE JJ fiRALbEetabliahud c n mouB tho Story of Jonathan nnd His Continent by Mnx Ottoll 4 I COOPER Ownor and EditorpENCER Mill n Nltl1l1 World With Nimn From All Nntlon ImnbrliiB nt Isla hack + 100 A YEAR Always in Advance TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN i 7WOLFS COUNTY4 KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER n 1800 NUMBER 28 x y Biliousness1 tJejuscd by torpid liver which prevents dljre rv tIoII lId iwrmlts Jood to ferment and petrify III yattomaclt Then follow dizziness he- adticheHoodsr biomlim nervousness ami Itt Ot relieved tllhtii tttvn tI blood tolsinlnu Ilooda I pjni itlmiilato till stomach Pillsatieiho livercmri Iltit itheltlrr IIIi 1111 ItIflIon jMonly rills rl to 2 tuku Isilhlititili tiIrsIItrill lllgton and Eastern Railway Time Tablo lu Effect April 1 1890 WEST BOUND c = I INo6ttATlOSII 1Wily 1nily 11 ex I t 10 00 am I 3r pm UilngtonATOD i I pmIt Winchester I Fu tileIi 8 f11I1II 2 00 pm- t Indian Fids i S 17 am I 10 pm Cla1 City 8 19 am 1111 am teuton 8 lOiim 112O am I filion 7 am 10 I8 am Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 am SlUlridge 7 i8am I1111 07 am 111111lIvei I I TlreeFksO O tit am 8 00 amt 111111Elkaltnmi l I EAST BOUND = i No U- BTATIOXS No2 1111x I Daily Snuil8p Ixington 2 21 pop H 30 am Avon 2 17 pin 7 OS am 7f 07 pm 8 10 amWlneliMtcrPalrllc 3 21i pm 8 fitl am Indian Flda 7 17 1111 O JM am CliyClty aI Vi jiin II JIi um Stanton i or palI 12 HI pro Filion oJI I18 pm 1211 JlIII- I DUQllcc1I TJ pm I tit 1111 I Nit nrldge 4I Ii pm I 2f1 JlIII- II Torrent IJ1 tit pm 2 00 pm Btittyvo Je b III pm 3 Or pm ThrecTkdAthol r 211I pla I 2 i pin I I I pinElkalnwn1 punJacksonI Nos 1 nnd 1 2 arrive gad depart from C it 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive tied depart Irom Xetherhind JI LIVINGSTON Vice Ires and pea Man CHASSrOTT lien Pass Agent THIS WATCH iBgimrnntocd HJUIIO nH our 1100O WATCHE to run woll lord troop good time THE PRIGE is 250 ropIesontrdCURD dnplnxte Send in your ordors or call and soo- us vhon you como to Loxington Fred J HeintzMan- ufacturing1 JI 1 t Jeweler frGovernment Building Lexington s r I ISILVER SPARKS T Front Ono Who Knows4t110 Valuo of It To Cot1oubread and provide food and clothing for your families you who produce tho I wealth maintain tin honor lad integrity of Wolfe county to you I wish to offer a I few thoughts in regard to the money question through the columns of Tin llKUAU hy the courtesy of its kind editor I claim ItoI right to address you on this subject because it is of the sumo interest to me thou it is to you I belong to that great class to which you belong I know what it is to uo out on the steep sides of our old Kentucky hills and withI theI sun beaming with blistering force on my back wrestle with the Spanish needle crab grass and other evi dences of the Adiunic curie in order to produce the stall1 of life Ah Ill tell you I have learned by actual experience the meaning of tint term workingman and from the position that the working norm occupies in the world I claim him the right divine ofsnyltug what kind of currency he will use III the transaction commercial business Today we arc confronted with this great currency quo tion second to none in the world to us because of its great effect on our condi lions You know the parties in till field and their platforms- On the one hand we lava a party tusking us tu how to the mandates of the gold magnates of Kngland sued the syn dicates protected trusty and combines of America They ask us to give theta the unlimited control of all the gold in till world and in return they propose to give us a limited amount of silver which my friends 1ill really worth only onehalf its face value On the other hand we have n party asking ns to dethrone this golden vam pire that for the last ail years lots been slowly hilt surely sucking the life blood from the veins of the prosperity of the United Ssates gad in its stead indorse and inaugurate a system of finance that will hiring hack the sunshine of former days of prosperity and rest the burden of government equally upon till hacks of till Fellow countrymen this great cam paign of Hi iilIilllplIIlItrngglu for the emancipation of the millions of laboring men in the United States In this strug gle thank loci wo have a voice How shall that voice be given Shall we when wo go within the shadows of tho voting booths next November uphold the plutocracy that has usurped authority ill America or shall we vindicate that great doctrine of American free govern ment and establish n government of the people for the people stud by the people I hear a voice like the roar of oceans coming from the unsullied manhood of the nation saying liive us hack tho government our forefathers bequeathed us Tell me my friends is there ono of you who cats say that you voted to put our government on a gold basis You silverhaired veterans who sow the sun of prosperity shine Oil our country before the war until who saw again its glowing beams burst upon our nation when tho war clouds had rolled away did you at lily timo voto to put our government on n cold basis No you never djd Then my friends it was fastened upon us by means foreign to our constitution Fel low laborer it way dune by the power sisall influence of gold for the benefit who own the hulk of the of a few nice worlds stuppl of gold and ever since the work woe dot1ho laboring roan lists been paying tho cost hut fellow laborers whether it was adopted by tlio people or by reprcsenta it has proven a bad lives of the people tliing for ullaborers It lists centralized wealth and the world hs had its lesson in that line Homo Inuglit it when from the corruption of the contralmition of wcallh situ toppled nnd fell from her lofty estate Portugal bee lately givers us another lesson on the same subject after laboring for Il7 years under n gold Htnndnrd with a steadily increasing pubic debt in 1891 she reached tho Inevitable We arebankruptcud and became Our public debt drifting the same way instead of being liquidated by the gold the value standard lIs lncrc taking Hut theyns n basisproductsof farm Increllsellhas tell UU that our per cnpltn I under the gold standard Oh YOM that t r I nutty lie true enough but who liAsgot thin Ir goldklllggovernment nt n cortnlu per cent of I interest The per capita of tho United Slates might go on increasing under thin gold Htandard till it would reach 50 and still It would not raise the prices ofI wheat cirn cotton etc What wo want along with tho increase of par capita in the increase of prices for the products of our labor and until wo sitbver that sys tern of finance that makes dog money wo will never again have honcat prices for labor or the products of labor Fellow laborer that very sumo power that hM robbed you of hundreds of dotI tars and Is robbing you now tiIar after day of honest wages duo you for honest labor is arrayed against you in this struggle for freedom They Who would maintain the gold standard in America seek to do no by smothering tho voice of free titers with gold Countrymen can that love of country that devotion to tho immortal principles of American free JlrelmlnnlClIillI No Wo trust American bontf rind wo believe that thnt great principle that lists kept the great fabric of free ovefnmctit intact in America for over n century will still continue to prowl a greater influ ence over tier proud domain titan nil the gold of thin universe- The gold men howl about thin rise and fall of silver prior to 187II Hut now wo nova hoar them hint at the bpsslbliltyf of such a thing ilK silver appreciating in value again under a free cotnngo law To their innocent rind unsophisticated minds it would be n prodigy if tho price of silver bullion was to advanco enough to change the bullion value of the stand ard silver dollar from ft cents The soul of their eaitHo rests upon the VJceut dollar To them it stands a monumental condemnation They created It nnd now they hold it up liefore the people whom they have tndtorod 111111rohhlcIaf n hideous thing When in 1871 they withI the stealth of tho midnight assassin struck the silver dollar down there wits no better motley in the world lint they crucified it std laid it in a tomb of dis honor put II golden seal upon it used III guard around it to see that it was 1I0tI resurrectedNow 21 years of toil nnd sweat and paying tribute to Ibis guard that lists ivigilantlyi watched the tomb of silver the masses of our country tho working men tho bone stud sinew of our nation have discovered the sepulcher of their redeemer nnd now demand the rest rrec tints and with characteristic lowness nnd meanness these gold men have robbed the tomb sued sire now exhibiting thin skeleton and declaring their innocence of its death Hut truth is mighty stud will prevail stint when they tell us that tho Owners of bullion under freo coinnge will take fU cents worth of silver to till mint and get n 101 cent legal tender dollar wo know that tho government has promised to make it worth 100 cents and it will bo worth as much to us ns to tho one who had it coined Or if they tell us that under free coinage the government will not make M cents worth 100 cents thou wo know tint tho owner of bullion will get back just what he takes to tho mint rind it will bo worth just the same to us that it is to him Consequently this great blow about the inino owners making co much out of free coinage Iis nil wind With hideous leer hag eyes they come nt us with n Mexican dollar Wo reply to thnt demonstration by saying to them Inko a Mexican dollar and u legal tender American dollar rind put them in your pocket nnd step over into England n few moments nnd see which will buy tho mot And while you nro there look into tho condi tints of tho English peasants stud see If it vindicates tho assertion thnt tho gold standard is n good thing I dnro to nay thnt there is not n free silver country in tho world whero tho poor class is ns much oppressedas nro tho peasants of gold standard England Hlmetnllism They tell us thnt wo cannot hnyo bimetallism because Franco has had bimetallism and hind to change her ratio so many tines Hut they fall to tell us that Franco blossomed like tho rose under bimetallism Hut let us answer them with our owncxperlcnce a From 183 1 K7 to 1873 wo had bimetallism stud they dare not gainsay it Wo hut OilltIgohllIs the natural standard of thin world It is an titter falsehood Tho motnl Ittfolf Is not tho standard It jp Its value Silver has IJcIllIllJlIIK ns much n stand ard ns gold The intrinsic value of silver of course is not ns great as gold but at n fixed ratio it becomes ns much n standard as gold Who would be so simple us to say it was the yardstick that tho mer chant uses that snakes tho yntd Wo nil know that it is tho length of tho yardstick It fcot that makes the yard Then suppose wo go to n merchant to buy n ynrd of cloth nnd that merchant line two yardsticks ono made of poplar nnd tho other of walnut Wo know that the walnut stick has grouter intrinsic value than thin other Hut what matters it which ono tho doth Is measured witht A yard measured with one is just ns good ns A yard measured with tho other Ill tell you my friends what wo want I is a dollar thnt means n dollar in intrin sic vajuo Wo want n dollar that besides paying u dollar in our domestic trade willII pay n dollar in foreign trade Wo wnnt I n silver dollar that is worth as much to us anti to tho world ns tho gold dollar thnt thin Wall street hanker handle regardless of government faith to tho amount ofI 111 edits behind it Hut they tell us that it is impossible to maintain tho bullion j value of gold and silver on an equal ratio under free coinage I answer them it is Riot absolutely necessary that this ho I done Hut it can be so nearly dono thnt I it will bo unnecessary to change tho ratio Why for 200 years prior to IH7t thus bullion value of tho two metals never parted 5 cents and since 7JI n period of itlr years It has parted nearly 60 cents Mr Hryan tells us that If tho debtor he given tho option of niying whichI metal ho will use in discharging debt tho J dilllculty will have betuuvcrcomat This must be true For by experience with human nature wo ore taught Unit if tho debtor bo allowed the privilege of choos ing that in which to discharge his debts that he will choose the cheaper cons suuoul ity if thero be any Then with this fact J in view wo turn confronted with soother axiom Thai the increased demand for silly commodityI he It wheat corn or silver will increase thin value of that commodity Everybody would want thin cheaper metal to pay their debts with mud consequently through tho demand Ihaprico or value wouldbo raised IIlItI if thin creditor ho allowed to saywhich metal shall be paid thou bimetallism is beyond our reach My friends by tho demonetization of silver which was accomplished secretly mud at the instigation of tho gold demons of Wall street nnd England in 187l those robber gold kings exacted frolllI you and from me a tribute which they foresaw nnd knew must bo paid In sweat nod toll by UN tho worklngmen of this notion Wo tiro paying it today by pay lug tho Interest on those government bonds that have been Issued to keep that 100000000 gold reserve in the treasury in order to maintain thin skeleton of whist was once n sliver dollar nt par with thoI gold dollar that has been crowned king of kings surd lord of lords How long ohsI free men of America shall these things exist I How lung will wo bow down to thin mandates of gold 1 In tho name of American manhood in tho name of national honor let us rise up and shout back to them in thunder tones rocchoing the words of tho immortal Hryan You can no longer press down upon our brown this crownjof thorns you cannot crucify us on a cross of gold H M Swoiin Feed The Nerves Upon pure rich blood mud you need not fear nervous prostration Nerves are weak when they are Improperly and in sufficiently nourished Iuro blood is food and pure blood educe by taking Hoods Knrxhpnrilln which in thus tho greatest and best nervo tonic It also build up the whole system Hood Pills nro the favorite family cathartic easy to take easy to operate MEN1Vf80layahlepermanent Iteforcnee Knoloio Iratletrc- IIel envelope The National Star Iluildlng Chicago 2248 t i t t1P4 y EHIngham Illinois Effusion EDITOR UKUAID With n hope that it mny bo interesting to saute of Tin drllgJlnlthourHyou u hit of tbo Imprcfslons thnt politics has mndo upon your writer in tho tier of states nlong tho Mississippi river To begin with there Iis Absolutely no business going on this fall with tho ex ccptlon of the necessary duties Incumbent upon n cltlwjn trylmr to earn livelihood Ju every town and city and nt every cross roads store you will find groups of men slinking their fingers In each others c faces and talking politics4 thought their brend and butter depended upon their undemanding of tho money question It is Indeed pitiful to go into thin vicinity of desolated car slaps nnd factories and see and hirer men tell of thu destitute condition of their families The schools in nil the largo towns and cities hero a largo falling off in attend once this full for the reason that tho children of tnnuy former patrons have nut tho necessary Clothing to hide their imkcdncsH All of these mon sire talking politics and talking it undcrstnndingly Notwithstanding that n lingo majority of thorn ore for Hryan yet those of them in the employ of railroads nro forced to march under tho banners of McKinloy dull nnd be counted In railroad parades Lit McKlnley supporter Ono of these railroad meetings was holelnt Tcrro Ilnuto hid lust week nnd I attended along with hundreds of Hryan men who got free transportation for n hundred tidies besides comfortable quartern runt freo hash while III the city if you wished to accept it Wo ncccptcd thin former but declined to flutter to till breezes n McKlnley budge So hard put were they to mako n big showing that n poor rail road employee who had had his foot amputateda week boforo wno on tim penalty of loMr i ItfJpbfxAdjLUojUoJojH till procession on horseback The next morning at tho Yandnlia car shops I sow twelve men In tutu crowd nnd each wore a MoKinley budge but ton of theta hind underneath their coats n Hryan button and openly said on tho streets that they clot uwke ilK shout for MeKlllley but they cant make use solo for him This Is an example of what is going on III every town nnd city that I have visited during tho campaign My rooms tittle nt Memphis received n circular from Clcr many whoro the tints IIko that own tho railroads that gives him employment advising hint to support Ma McKinloy- Tho renders of Tin Ilnitul who 11 vo in tho inlet mountains cant conceive of tho bitter elrugglo that Is bring waged nut if things go on nt tho present rule there will bo n destruction of property null shedding of blood such as were never experienced by our people except In times of war flue laboring people stud tho producing people sire prnctlcnlly unanimous for Hryan and free silver AH for myself I nm nut tin ndvocnto of tho tho latter except In n limited way but I do heartily unhorse thin manly qunliticH of tho former At this point of thin campaign I believe thin election will ho n close one but the Democrat are gaining The letter of Hlsmnrk the old German chancellor to Governor CulbcrBon of Texas favoring bimetallism is influencing tho German voto in this country Tho words of Hlsmark nro law mil gospel to the average Dutchman and his letter In believed to hnvo saved Illinois to the Democrats Kentucky in tho north and west Iis usually counted doubtful state hut I nm n little slow in making that conclusion At uny rate money will bo easier after y tbo election If McKinloy U elected money and lots of It cnu be borrowed by giving good security and big Interest 1C Hrynn in elected speculations will com incline nod thin prices of commodltlcN ti will Increase Foreign capital will stay nt homo for u HCIIHOII mid homo moray will do tho business of the country This Is tho humble opinion of your friend J If BwAXOO Sept no 1800 Dalton 0 line n counterpart of the riI notorious Jesse Pomcroy the boy mur darer In Carolyn McKUilnnoy who through but seven yearn of age klIltfd a J playmate and then carried hsi jjby ulster by tho neck until she trot snore dead than alive ifF I f j I f t I J Y iV v f S l t f h 13h HAZEL GRI3EN A R ryv1 Q 1 Eat bUshod March 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max Ofel1s a = OOOPER Ownor and EditorSPENCER Of n NnUjr World With Now Prom All Knlloiu IuiiibrliiR at ills llnrk y s cccc +e ilOO A YeAR Always In Advnne = Cc = t Tlyp1FT1I YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 8 1800 NUMBER o SrI BiliousnessI I fIIIIIII11II l l titomaeli t a HoodsI bllloiis fever t StrTips Ulllulllll tllII eI- Pete tho flyer run lltntnehe II rrini con II IIIII Hllhi h 11IlrllIIII fiSonly Mils to tuku with Hoods Sarsaparlll- xIslington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo In Effect April 11810 WEST BOUND = I No fl ItAT101SNo I Dully exI Dully Sunday i fxxlnglon 10 00 am I 1I t6 purl i I i t 111111WlncheslefII I earlrtnlonI I Hlion DunJro j 111111II 10 17 nom Nit llrlilgo 7 Mum 1111 07 mill I 111111JtU1TireeFke l uJ Wlnni SilO Tim Athol II 1ti ma 7 IS mn ElkalI t OS titii I11111 mn Jukmn tlI ennui tiI 10 mn EAST HOUND No II STATIONS No J Dally rx I Dully Sunday 111111onVloeliciter a 07 10 Tim I I 111111ladlanI l I I Sunlon 1 Oi pin1 I 10 pail I i i 11111DUQllcrI I JlIIIIlJullY1I I pmAtholI I 11111JeI I Nee I nod 2 arrive nod depart fruit k 0 Union depot at Lexington All rhdlll l trains arrive ami depart Inini Netlurlnnil JD UVINdSTON flee 1rcs nod lien Mun CHAS SVOTT On Pass AKOII THIS WATCH is lIlrnlltlHd mimo nn our 11ooO ViATCHES to run well and koop good ti lilt THE PRICE IS 250 This watch is oxnct HIO as rot lluulfactarot i l 1 inil8tom Rot quick train duplex tanpNlwn t Send in your ardors or call and Ho- tusj whon yon como to Lexington Fred J Heintz I Manufacturing Jeweler J t r Government Building Lexington I I ISILVeR SPARKS Iro ItToI ToAeat orcatl mid provide fond ntiil clothing for I your familioMi you who produce the wiiiltli iimiiitiiin the honor mind1 IntegrityI If Wolfe county j to you I vih to ollor a few thought III roKnnl to tho money question through the columns of Tin ilKUvili by the courtesy of iu kind editor I claim the right to address you on tins subject btciuiHO it is of the mnno interest to mo that it is to you I belong to that grout claw to which you belong I know wluit it is to to out on tho steep sides of our old Kentucky hills mull with the sun beaming with blistering force on my bark wrestle with the spaaishneedlentb grass and other evi dences of the Adamio curse in order to produce tho stall of lifeAlt Ill tell yot11I have learned by actual experience time meaning of that torn workingman mid from the position that the working man occupies in the world Ilelitim hits time right divino of saying what kind of currency lie will uo in the transaction commercial business Today we aro confronted with this great currency pies lion second to none in the world to us because of its great ellect on our condi tions You know tho parties in the Held and their platforms On the one blind we have a party asking us to bun to the mandate of the gold magnates of Kngland and the syn dicates protected trusty and combines of America They ask us to give them IIII- IlIlIilllllltlllIlIlrul of all tit gold III tin world mud in return they propose to give us a limited amount of silver which my fiiends is really worth only oae half its taco value On time other bund we hire a party asking us to dethrone this golden vam pire that for the last 2J years huts boon slowly but surely sucking the life blood from the veins of the prosperity of time IUnited Swtes and in its stead indorse and inaugurate a system of Hnance that will liming back the sunshine of former days of prosperity mull rest the burden of government equally upon the backs of mull Pellets countrymen this great cam taigii of tut is simply a struggle for the cmaneipation tit millions of laboiing men in the United States In this strug gle thnnk Cod we have a voice IHow shall that voice be given Shall we when wo io within the shadows of till voting booths text November uphold the plutocracy timid hits usurped authority in America or shall we vindicate that great doctrine of American free govern anent and establish ft government of the people for the people and by time people I hour n voice like the roar of oceans coming from tine unsullied manhood of the nation saying Eire UH buck mho government our forefathers bequeathed usTell me my friends is theta sue of you who nun say that you voted to put our government on a gold basis Yon silverhaired veterans who saw time stunt of prosperity shine on our country before the war and who saw again its glowing beams burst upon our nation when tho war clouds hind rolled away did you at any time vote to put our government on n irold basis No you never did Then my friends it was fastened upon UH by means foreign to our constitution Fel low laborer it was done by time power and inllucnce of gold Fur tho benefit tho bulk of thowho ownof a few men worlds supply of gold anti ever since tho work was done tho laboring man has boon pitying time cost limit fellow laborers whether it wits adopted by the people or by representa it him proven n bad tires of time people It hits centralized timing for us laborers wealth mud time world Imas hind its lesson in that line Homo taught it when from the corruption of time contrnlixiitton of wealth she toppled and fell from her lofty estate Portugal hat lately given another lesson on the snots llIhjeet- nftelllihorlllg UK forl7 years under ft gold standardnilhnstentlilyincrcaeingpublicdebt bankrupt Wo nro end and tecninc Our public debt drifting time same way instead of being liquidated by tho gold standard h Increasing taking tho ynluo lint theyas n bRIIlsproductsof farm ellhRS Increncl1pltn tell UN that per under limo gold aUndird Oh ye that I rmay ho true enough but who hae got tho iI goldklllgllI government at a certain per cent of interest Tho per capita of tho United States might go on increasing undir thin gold standard till It would reach Mllnll still it would not raise the prices of wheat corn cotton etc Whnt wo want along with time Increase of per capita is the increase of prices for the products of our labor mill until wo snlivcr that uyn- e telll t nnco that ninkce dfHr money wo will never ngain have honest prices for labor or the products of labor Fellow laborer that very saute power that huts robbed you of hundreds of dol lars mud in robbing you now taraorday of honest wages duo you far honest labor is arrayed against you in this struggle for freedom They Who would maintain the gold standard ill America seek Ito do MI by smothering tho voice of free men with gold Countrymen emu that love of country that devatlon to tho immortal principles of American free government that has ever predominated in America be bought with hitt T Notl No Wo trust American bong and we believe that that great principle that 11- iapt V the great fabric of free Ibrernnmeut- intact In America for over n century will still continue to proad a greater iiillu ence over her proud domain than nil the gold of the universe The geld men howl about time rise and fall of silver prior to IS7l Hut now we never hear them hint at the fhpHsibllity of such a timing as silver appreciating in value again under a free coinage law To their innocent and unsophisticated minds it would bo a prodigy if limo price of silver bullion was to advance enough to change the bullion value of the stand ard silver dollar from M coals The soul of their cause rests upon lime Wcetit duller To them it stands a monumental condemnation They CUmhlllt and now they hold It up Icforc the people1 whom they have traitored aadrnbbdas n hideous timing When in 18il they with time stealth of the midnight assassin struck the silver dollar down there was no better money in IIwllrltl Hut they crucified it mud laid it in a tomb of ills honor put a golden soul upon It and a guard around Iit to see that it was not resurrected Now miller Ul years of toil and sweat and paying tribute to thin guard that has vigilantlyi watched the tomb of silver the mashes of our country mho working men the bone mind sinew of our nation lime discovered time scpulcher of their redeemer mind now demand the resurrec tine nod with characteristic IOWIICHS and meanness these gold men have robbed the tomb null are now exhibiting time tIlltIIIII1IlldllrlllJ their innocence of its death Mill truth is mighty mural will prevail and when they tell un that the owners of bullion under free coinage will lake f 2 cents worthof sliver to till mint mod get a lOOcont legalI tender dollar wo know that the government hut promised to make it worth 100 cents and it will be worth as much to UH as to tho one who had it coined Or if they toll us that under fret coinage the government will not make Ttli emits worth 100 cents then wo know that tho owner of bullion will gut back just what ho takes to tho mint mud it will bo worth just tho mime to UH that it is to him Consequently this great blow shout time mini owners making co much out of free coinage in all wind With hideous leer ing eyes times come at IIH with a Mexican dollar We reply to that demonstration by saying to them Take a Mexican dollar and a legal tender American dollar and put them in your pocket and step over into Kngland a few moments nod see which will buy the mot And while you nro there look into the condi tine of limo Kngllsh peasants and see if it vindicates the amcrtlou that tho gold standard In a good thine I dare to nay that there in not n free silver country in tho world where tho poor class in nn much oppressed aro tho peasant of gold standard England Ulmctalllsm They tell un that wo cannot huvo bimctallivm because Franco has had bimetallism and had to change her ratio so tunny times limit they fail to tell UK thnt Franco blowomcd like tho rose under bimetallism Hut let in nnswrcr them with our own cxporicnce Prom 1831171 to 1871 wo hind blrnetiiif emit anti they inure not Ralniwy it lieu humid prosperous times lint they toll us that gold IIs the natural standard of the trutld It Is an utter falsehood The niutnllttblf is not tho standard 1t jja its vnluo Silver huts value and IU ns munch a stand and its gold The intrinsic vnluo of silver of course I h not as great as gold but ut a fixed ratio it becomes as much n standard us gold Who would Ill so simple us to say it was tho yardstick that tho mer chant uses that muken tho ynuU Wo nil know thnt it IH tho length of the yard stick n foot that makes tho yard Thru suppose wo go to a merchant to hey n yard of cloth and that merchant hue two yardsticks ono made of poplar amid the other of walnut Wo know that tho walnut stick humus grouter intrinsic value than the other Hut what matters it which ono tho clothsI measured with T A yard measured with ono is just ns good as a yard measured with tho other Ill tell you my friends what wo want is a dollar that means a dollar in intrin sic vidue Wo want u dollar that besides paying a dollar In our domestic trade will pay n dollar in foreign trade Wo went n silver dollar that is worth us much to us and to the world as time gold dollar that time Wall street banker handle regardless of government faith to the amount of HI cents behind it lint they tell us that Iit is impossible to maintain the bullion value of geld and sliver on an equal ratio under fret coinage I answer them It Is nut absolutely necessary that this ho dour lint It can be no nearly duet that it will be unnecessary to change the ratio Why for alit years prior to IHil these bullion value of the two metals never parted 0 vomits and since 711 n period of 23 years it Ins purled nearly 60 edits Mr llryun tells us that if tho debtor bo given the option of raying which metal ho will use In discharging debt time difficulty will have bt cii uvarcoutaIIds- must be true Fur by experience with human nature we are taught Unit if tho debtor be allowed the privilege of chaos ing that in which to discharge his debts that ho will choose tho cheaper commod Its if there bo mummy Then with this furor in view we are confronted with mother axiom That the increased demand for any commodity ho it wheat corn or silver will increase the value of that commodity IEverybody would want time cheaper metal to pity their debts with and consequently through tho demand thoprice or value would be raised lint if time creditor be allowed to soy which metal shall bo paid then bimetallism isI beyond our reach My friends by time demonetization of silver which wits accomplished secretly and at tit instigation of time gout demons of Wall street find IKngland in 18711 those rubber gold kings exacted front you mind frost mo n tribute which they foresaw and knew must be paid in sweat ami toil by us the workingmen of tills nation Wo are paying it today by pay ing the interest on those government bonds thnt have been Issued to keep that fI100000000 gold reserve In the treasury in order to maintain time skeleton of what yens once u silver dollar at par with tho gold dollar that has been crowned king of kings mod lord of lords How long oil fret men ofAAmerica shall these things exist 1 How long will wo how down to tho mandates of gold In the name of American manhood In time name of national honor let us rise up anti shout back to thorn in thunder tones reechoing tho words of time Immortal llrynii You can no longer iresadown upon our brown this erownjuf thorns you cannot crucify us on n cross of gold II M Swoitii Feed The Norvoi Upon pure rich blood and you need not fear nervous prostration Nerves lire weak when they are improperly amid ha sulllciontly nourished Iuro blood Iis their proper food and pure blood comes by taking Hoods Harsnparilla which Iin thus tho greatest mud best nerve tonic It also builds up tho wholo system Hoods 1llln are tho favorite family cathartic easy to take easy to operate iYANTEUyI1ItAi KAlFUL MENl for reipnnilbln CI- t hlhIU11 house In Kentucky Hnlnry 780 payable sit weekly and expenses ollIonJ- lermnnllnt lttrlIIln 101010 sol6adllres 11111 cnveiopc fho National Blur Building Chlcitgp 3218 f jlttlf o ON x EfUitURj Illinois Effusions KWTO IlKitAi1 With n hope that y it mny bo Interesting to same or llIn thculrl1lnllIfChmn you u bit of tho imprc ions that politic has made upon your writer in tho tier of stntes along tho Mississippi river To begin with there is Mwolutoly no business going on this full with tho ex ception of tho nocoMnry duties Incumbent upon n citizen trying to enrn u livelihood Jn every town andcity nnd nt every cross roadw toro yon will find groups of men Blinking their fingrrn in each other faces nnd talking politics ns though their bread and hillier depended upon their undcMtnndlng of thin money question It U indeed pitiful to go into the vicinity of desolutrd emir shops nod factories mind see mud hear men tell of tho tleMltuto condition of their families limo schools in nil tho largo towns and cities hive A largo falling otT hi attend ance this full for tho reason hint tho children of many former patrons have not tho nectwaryclothlng to hldo their nakedness All of thcso men mire talking polities and talking it understandingly Notwithstanding that n largo majority of them are for Hrynn yet those of them In the employ of railroads are forced to march under tho banners of McKlnloy clubs and ho counted in railroad parades as McKluloy supporters Out of thcso railroad meetings wni wlttnl Term Haute Ind last week mud I attended along with hundreds of Hrynn men who got free transportation for n hundred nulls besides cumfortnhlo quarters anil free hash while In time city If you wished to accept It We accepted the former but declined to Mutter to the brcercn n McKtnley badge So hard put wero thoy to uinko a big showing that n poor roll road employee who had hind his foot amputated n week before was on the penalty offloMnxthUiJobfUid J1io4jll the procession on horseback Iho next morning at the Vnndalla car shops I saw twelve oust in one crowd and each woro a MoKinley badge but tout of them hind underneath their coats u Hrynn button 111111011111IIlIlelllll tho streets that they can make us shout for McKlnloy but they cant make us vote for him This is an example of what In going on In every town and city that I have visited during tilt campaign My1 roommate Memphis received n circular from Oor many where thin men like that own tho railroad that gives htm employment advising him to support Mil McKlnloy- qho readers of Ill It II inAiit who llvn in tho quiet mountains cant conceive of the hitter Ktrugglo that Iis being waged and if things go on nt tho present rnto there will ho n destruction of property and shedding of blood such as were never experienced by our people except In times of war The laboring people and time producing people mutt practically unanimous for Hrynn and freo silver AH for myself I18111 nut an advocate of the the latter except In n limited way but I do heartily Indorse limo manly qualities of tho former At this point of the camprlgn I bellcvo time election will bo a close one but time Democrats are gaining The totter of Hismark the old Gorman chancellor to Governor Ciilhcrson oC Texas favoring bimetallism IU Inllnonclng time Gorman vote In this country 1ho words of Hismark are law and gospel to tho nverngo Dutchman amid his letter lit believed to hnvo saved Illinois to tho Dcniocrntii Kentucky In tho north and west IU usually doubtful ntatc but I nm n little slow in making that conclusionAt rate money will bo easier aftertLimo election If McKlnloy U elected money and lots of it can he borrowed by giving Knoll security tumid big interest If Hrynn U elected speculations will com iiionco mend tho prices of commodltlcK i will increase Foreign capital will stay nt homo for n HCIIHOII amid homo money will do tho business of the country ThU in tho htiiublo opinion of your friend J II HwANdO rt- Dept HO 1800 Dnlton 0 has n counterpart of the notorious JCMO Iomoroy tho boy nnir doror in Carolyn Mol lhlnnoy who though but seven year of ago killed 1 j plnymnto and then carried hllxntjiby ulster by tho neck until she wan m rvdead thin alive I4Ii fa tA V c J r o f- E s w 0 L tOPEN MILLS AND MINTS II- MAJ ri S JMcKlnleya tAtMt KplBrom Skoalll u stlgldly Jtwld tf ll i cwt u if the poster wax destined to cut considerable Ice in tho preste campaign A hew of the first of ti Bcricu of the republican national cui mlttccw new postern werc put up- I Kaunas City recently The poster Is a bl affair und wonillrfull thTJoUnited State mint with Mr llryaii tttaiiding before it ushering In John Dull John Chlnnman Senor Jlexlcnt nnd the rest with trucx loads of r I vcr Against that is n great vista of smoking chimneys and Maj McKinlcjf ushering crowd of men and women Into the open factory gnkM Hilow are l printed the word of Mnj McKlnlcy I think It U far bctttr to open tho mills of America to American workmen than tho mints of Amtricu to thu silver of thu world T- At the top iu large black letters Is 1he caption Thq Heal Issue which would seem to Indlcutu that the post wax gotten up before the delivery of the opening campaign upeech by Mr liarI ilson who explicitly contradlctK MrI IcKlnleys contention that the tar rf in thuhuprtineIRsuelit thiscampaign I The answer to Mr MKtnloys plati I tilde will readily suggest itself and inns something utter this fashion I Many of the factories of the Cult States are closed curd many more n u running on short time not bccnusi tht JH nay scarcity of raw material or cal iiI till or laborer nor because capitalists lire not nnxloiis to rcnllj pnilllN upon the capital but becauii owing lo till decrease In thu purchasing IIhllltuf the farmers there is no demand fur manufactured articles lad if sill 1 the idle nun In the mifnufaotiirlng center could hi put to Work in the factories tho goods produced must lie unsold in the fnctorica UIICHM Ithe price of 1107 rteulturat product are rnirwlxo that the Increased income of the onehalf of tho population dependent upon iigriI culture renders them able to ptnubl Ire thu miiiiufaolurcd goods I hu produced JIlPHV price enn be rained and thla in come curl be inorciised by the establish mml of a bimctnllic monetary syslom nil Ihu free coinage of Milvor at sixteen to one and in no other wny The free coinage of silver will nt once Increase tho price of wlllnlllllcicotton etc etc about on per cent lint Mrl Harrison In his Nets York iwcch CMnaycd to biub this propoaiI tliui out of mart and answered once nod forever Iloiaid The sliver men nmltn n strong 1f1111 to tle farmer They say tt will put up prloim Well In u SCUM yen NominallyI ytx really 110 If wheat trees up Erin Iij rents to JIS tho prleo linn tWIll hitter wiyou will way hut If the prier of t vIr tliliiK eUo has Kinif up In the name p portion a hiiMhel of wheut wont buy fir I liirmiT any inoro sutiur ur mires ur Ian fug Implements or nnythlttif rlre that lUll to purehaMo IIf that duilur wont Ii sly rue the farmer any morn ur be H Intter dollar them tho ono w a haw now whttro U tho Rural 10 aiybudy uf hll IW lid II Ili iKtltloiitf prlciHir- Mr Harrison must have breathed this Miphlsm Ithrough his grandfathers hat His content luii is a fallacy nnd will ii hear the light of investigation Let sets Authentic olllcial statistics very conclusively Iprove that III must oftnu boH nrliiUtiinl I slates Ito tending staple cereals cottont and many otherl agricultural products are produced 11111II protrustt II at prfs which do not repay the cost jf so rclyDlt IIof States ain those whose farms are not mortgaged receive no interest what ever upon their capital invested h U fclmply Ira reimbursed J r the cost of production of their pro lucts and by dint of the exercise of the most rl gillter economy bordering on piirslmony are nble to buy n few groceries anil siu h other fund ns they cannot raise on Ihr ItthatiarniM and a scanty supply of chthl tt of the cheapest quality They nil r course must pay their state county and school taxes while tense who have paybyly it Ulll without ptdlhaI prnpsitltFh 1 t of debt and manages bv rigid cooni in truly to stay out of debt and buy a mis crably Inadequate supply of groceriesI alndeluthvr A SMI me the+ t the annual product of tic farm in excess of his Iome consumption Iis MH which re pigs him cost expense vf productioni pays his tuxes repaint coal replcnisitos his supply of toolu etc t nil buys him s luing1 tlu per milt nnd he rceelvciSWw3 more thin r lie does nuts What mutters I sagaoieoticcVcratttI iinythliig elseI licit he has lo purchase have also gone up CO per H lit I The 1 III1lxe In U clear gulp to him and IK that to much groceries olothlni and maiiu 1acturol articles which he ennui liltIIrow buy nl nil ro niutlir how hclIJIiii in price they 11111 be Is it not clear stthatIIIIllofthin gain In purchasing ability t rpr sent 30 in groceries nnd manufac tured nrtlclcH at jf esent prices which in Ids prvKcnt ui Airtuuitlc cPIIHlolIgot thourAH to the farmer In deht lib case Is I teryxlIitiy rtJtTerent trOlIVWMor the i fartier out of debt The i nly different IJI in that whereas It now tikes n certain J 41011ltit of prxltietx to rnlizc rl xufl- ou L I In flqnt juiinVfr of dollars tc pay his In tircst under fret colnagv It wou d take chit jjr r t trIlIn nddltjon Ito the 330 lucrcHse In hits net profits he would reap the UMC of two 1ifth lof The produce now absorbed inn interest ntH when tho lImo arrived t onlyilcthrcellftliB ns produce pay IlIIlrJcIIItroll this r would realize the wiine nd vantages from e rise In prices consecpjint upon free ICIII111g6 of silver towlt An actual In cream In purchasing ability eual t twofltlin of the present gross uturiis illilgrocere present prlccx Now tnkc the 8tntc of 111 II Mil II with pricrslj nnd apply the foregoing argument to the farmers of that state An Increase efiOpercentIn jiricesof arm iioducts tniiH 100000000 that the Kansas Giro- ersWuultllulvcloripcndnuunrtllyswhlcl i they do tint hilts to spend at nth Now etapply the 0l per ccuL rlsu to sugar + eoifee fanning implements and other manufactures nnd we tlnd that tills rep usents a juantlty of those articles that ICIIIllItI- I number of new employment in IIIIIIMItlortation of this vast iiiaitity of lIIiltIroads tanning from east into till ihesteliueritro1 ltholltIf jrejudlce If you an Inclined U follow this thread of argumentI further take the ulniit old cotton stops ct till UnitedI Mates for till year ISO and then eon eider what an enormous tonnage of maniifaetiired articles at present pro Milling prices is reprtxcutrrl by two fittlis of tlu combined talus of rhea u two crop for 1S05 furl yet that iis j art what the farnicnt could hay in I i ixeemi of what Iheyare nuts able to buy If priced were ruined 00 hire cent ni I the riMiill of Ithe tree eoinnge of silver And all Ithe goldbngs concede Ithat rich irise In priei would take pmcv but they hII III rralizt hut sit woultl hems nltxu IInto addition to the farmeiV purclias iing ability Mr McKlnley nliould icvine hill epl jgram MO nn to mnke it rtMtl The way to open the midst of Amerirn to Ameri CLII workmen and Kiive out railway rvu teniK fr an diNiiMtrous bankruptcy is tc open th mint of Amcrht to the silver sit the IIIlclliculJlC C Ward In Kan HUH City World WHONG AGAIN i rrualor thrnunn 111egnuh d Ilw Tin Mint IMri lor SIIIIIHIIIIIJn hit ColuniluiH speech mail said that in the net of 1IIraI lulllll1li1euud circulation and that the drop phrgof the standard silver dollar in tits net of ls3 wan prceisely s was dun 18511sireNow cither JohnI Shermans assertion or the report of the director of the mint IIK wrong One flatly contradicts tint IhalliMthis matter than John Sherman According to the directors report there was but one year from 1S5II lS7il In which silver dollas were IeII coined thin exception bring 1SV7 1II- t 1S7I there were 1117130 dollars coined and In 1873 1118000 In 1 tsT3 the mini liul turned out 10000 when operations were suddenly stopped by the passage the act of February 12 which dropped the dollar from the list of coins mud its 101111tllII passageI of the lUandAllison net of 1S78 not a dollar wax coined the sdlI work at fire mints being 1 5 to subsidiary coins So it appears JnhrISherman Is wrong wrong again but is nothing unusual fur John lie It 1hIiCHrtllinlll wageatI In Income the wage earner is not by nu neans compensated for retail prices h reasons that arc obvious full but lilotly sins not au far or lust as the Income of the twugc earner So the wageearner impoverihliid by falling prices ere though nominal rates of wages may be withIt result of this is of course that farmer our manufacturer can the tort1 of production proportionately with a fall of prices of their 11101111111I such as IIs Inseperable from an approach g nuasiiro of value In ability tart 11111U JI wages a fast as wholesale priers full make this of ithe question Coiibciiucntly fall- Ing prices cut into tin profits of till farmer nm manufacturer nnd thus lead1 curtailed pnxluction till result 01 which must be unforced idleness toI Wage eurnerN nnd enforced idle for many KOOII leads through the ruggle for work to lower wages for American lhdlurLThe tride dollar was is good ns nil other United States dollar until run said It wnnnt worth n dollar and en It vied to be woith a dollar m wtih the ca o with the Mexican dollar lJiitYabTinn MiinititrtlJ 1 ihegnlt1 r d lp ealI I u SILIJERTCO1r1AQE A RfeMEDY An Intercntlnz liiillctninnt Itrouclit J wtguntxt the Iluld ttuii11ird The Dally riimnclat News and Fl ana ccinl llccord are two wellknown Wall j street papcr devoted to financial mat I tees IJcccntly they were nsked to state 1 what position they would take In re r- i ard to national politics In thd reply they bring n most severe Indictment i against the single gold standard point out the real dangers It has occasioned i ofosquarely facing the situation Follow i lug arc n few brief extracts from their very Instructive letter rhotFlimnclal Uncord nro Wall xtroot They Imvo no politics nllllllllI no Hide IXII crit In no far ns politics directly iftVct flnaneen atul imrtlcnlurly tho valu and Miffty of flvcnrltli1 hnxtil upon dthtft of Ihrj country public and private Sncurrvd In dovelopliiK our anlrrlrx of prodiutlon and exchange of comnioilltlPH Tor seven yiRM pnat both of our pnprrs hair Htviulily advocated tho full r lon Itlziitlon of llvor hy rextorhiff It to fro nnllI unlimited colmiKo at the IxlI4IllI ratio lIhcKohl Such n ipolicy lists Moeniod to ilK HO ji clinrly and nhsolutely cHoontlul ton rosto latlon of Riiicrnl iiroHperlty to return to I surplus oarnliiKs for production upon whllhI thoI safety of all securltlen doperds that WD hnwu held our courtly though stniulliiK nloiiti la thin ells 11111 oneoiinterliiK oppo sition often tinplenMniit nnd nhynys In j accountRWall utrfet ealn In dehts 9bn phlloloI r hy of tho debt IH very simple When thin I debtor IH tnMkliiK money and run pay Inter i net end redeem principal at inuturltv In vestment In the litho of other men Is easy i J anti inireinuiiorHtlvo tint when a man or nn Inttltutloii In debt testes to earn n stir iiun OV T tiitiial and neee ary llvhtc or- limilhlK ep imeM there IH llOtlllllK lull for I the creditor and the value of the dob vanj Isher Tho man liven somehow I 11o l ellive that the adoption of H Bold I unit of value and the mmpeimlon of free colnaice of xIver the dollar of whlel wan I pfevloiinly our unit of value lIIy the net ofJ 1Wiruary 1S7J Imve In the multi caimen j I tllllIIl I i I r which lint drought production o or Imlow curt line In most things ttni ant tthrewtotiH Ihu foundation upon whleh nl I Kocurltled text The decline has cat Fret 1 Kolditandard couiitrluu us wellI ns our own To how how destructively xpfii lp to our country that decline has been wo willI cliIt sUmle hmtnnco Had w8 received for our exports don for the year ISiS the prices of 1S73 thy tt oui but a brought to our people j oooiio00 moor 1 burro during and InindlliiK them front rutty fin until delivery for conmunpton On exports are perttap Ito per erne of mi total produet The difference which it hid r fillIIoehtpayliiK or tar nurplim This IH omy situ year of Z2 though one of the wor t- We believe the single Kohl HtuilihlllI will1I continue to JliiilnUh thulr power lleiuv wu oikpi o It We lKllevo that the full IN I1II01IlUlillon tIsI-i lpower wo favor that psiItKmr of llloKlcal und Itnpotont alarm by security holdern will not excuse the dity of fortifying tho earning Out of th- N perilAt nllllJlltdImoney A policy to Increaso the yahoo of ourproductH not tho volume of our 1bIiThis Involves inoro nruritluglhrrrford Ii I hy tho Ilnltlmoro hankers x xtl nvtnlA of an energetic peoplo oUKhtteI punplcItlintntrmyyIi UIOUIIttholr utonlllitCYIf I dolInr t the bullion It IHI worth ihu much in the Ilb10tloodI nut j THURSTON VS THURSTONi JIll 1reiiehPN u NeV Doetrlne Jloro IhitllHitu Tliuii 1ntrlotle lion Julia MI ThutHton now smut from Nebraska lists been oiuo yetuiof an accredited evangcliat of the repo llean party lust now he Is preaching new doctrine new not only to him hill to the party he represents To 551 W that It is new to his party attention teed only be called to the party plat forms and to show that it is new toIn him we need only reproduce his oh- I speeches delivered and letters writtenI a few years ago The Advocate Ithrough Ithe route- of W U Crumble Uneoln Neb IIs possession of n little pamphlet of IT pages containing several letters atrl speeches oT Mr Thurston Here are n few sentences Prom a otter to Ocorgc firtinton nt Itor Social Keonomist M Union squn Xew York July 7 ISM Hut wary man who brllnvrn In thin u hinfI oppose tho unconditionalI repeal of th Khernmn art If that act In nt onan r pealed tho Kold nion will h III rOil I 0111111 lit every cnriKroHH to prevent the ethic meat of any loKlnlntlon niliuitntlrg viii money Again It IN hatter thnt we should IIf nprer n buy gold at a premium hsettlenurforal i halaneen with than that the American peo plo should he compelled to pay bleb priced In human lobar 11111 human 1111111115 for n dollar Iweaime of the adoption of the MhiKle Mold standard I am an itdvocato of the Aineriean theory Front a letter to lion JI Ilurrows sec retary Nebraska Ilimetallio leafue cola XcbJuIy ISl3 I am n profound hellov r In the ur of bath unto sad 1t1lIu money I rdvaaul the rrKioratlon of free culwaxo hefore any of thoKe ulio are now the elfilected chain UfrIIhfISILVER SENTIMENT GROWS t Knthor ICnickerbockerrless Ihow that child Is growing Denver publican 1cane Knnipeati ImOllt contains debtor Intuit work propwuthrII 411III uthreeper When ihKieenlweker d JOurtimolllIrpplevery1 peopled1 silverJnne cepting Ills election to the senate Jan soldrI would RnlrrJ sill ulitimport dollar should he t lIIIIll1SlateliI InslHtltiK on theright of oilwee ItII tOIl1NI appurent that the rrdeniptton IH hciiiK demanded fur puoulatlvu purposesII is wild lrl1JuhlI bettor afford to have w can preutlunluau1 OlncountThurston intn1 partthenI liuet doctrine strunge to ensadwncnte1ould IlrnallrlnLIlcCullollIIlulofhllnhlhlll1f wainIIIhOlllclhllM say + elVcct ItIOOKCIH the llIeluIIIIInutllnllltKrewardsbefore all who ncquhit otthlitI R 11nun00II ltuIllIIl13Thcpersistently refuse to offer the ItilrlOIlK people any remedy for the I con clition of ajnlrli tluultlrCOUGlitutlou II 4 t A FALSE ASSUMPTION AlnnetsrttmnJUUrludJ rtOtte Interests sire directly the reverJ those of Knglnnd Shu ix grtIhme the greatest debtor If doilah putchlagI If dollars be doubled in vuhie twice us much Platt is the dlirererZ n nutshell T 1Inglalld Is n creditor to the cvuii of We athethe TltlaI tltiilNluI olguerH have sent 0000000000 ovefi allhoa AJi i 1 Monoffran on our debt nbrund in isou our totM foreign debt amounted to only 100Ct0000 etSince then we hays exported JGO r 1720 more gold and silver than x have I liiiiortcd and l7H30323i nior Importedln balance in our favor farelgaetI OOOOOOLIO contutioaiiof profits The foreign creditor 114t IIccdtdIIremainder has been rcinvcita Of course eaeli reinvestment mcnnslu ndditlonal burden of interestI which tfc Aineriean producer must pipt1Inngrci meiiHiiro tlie treinendons productive tat pneity of till United states 1IInl to inerease our debt and ntIlbcj the tribute we must annually paylj K hrope n large portion rf which gm to England TIll more pnfitable then reinvestments the givatrr till debtti1 ctmos Hut when till invextnicBli eine to bo profitable liny oasoJi 1111 innde rued the Kmon n creditor taker n hujjer and larger jpr qartlonoii his American income nbri ul Then ninny guest our I IoS fast wk ocean greyhounds cao tarry it One more fuel of UK D t t nioraw t tone significance To sly our present rlllln dibto tl OW000000 on a gull Is MonlJ d stnplrshIi P r of 130000011000 the IpiMs lavioldi fallen onehalf So that tktloutham ll tinbrondI ti 6i 0000 snore of goldiMhi r mil MB di chimdiao than we have iIIlortldou foreign debt has in n1 nicrca from 1 00000 000 to just bout tfc k time that sum li- lAndl yet we are Rorioir S told tb G we niiiKt be in accord with the flimneii h policy of England and continue top iur debts at the rate of two dollars cue in order to be honest Nation JJimetnllist H CARLISLE IN 1878 1IllIftII Silver mid lli ilurcil True Crl of IxiiI1 shall not enter into ant ainlnat of the valises which have combinedI depreciate the value of silver anti toll predate the value of gold sluice 1ST but 1 am one of those who bellewethtt they are transient and temporary Ii their nature stud that when they bar passed away or have been removed r the separate or united actions oftl nations most deeply interested in IiIsubject the old ratio of actual andrtiLive value will be reestablished onj iinricf foundation than ever I knot that the worlds stock of precious ntfj Idanls is none too large nnlllI soonorcaM to apprehend that it will ever become Mankind will be fortunate indeed the annual production of gold nndii wee coin shall keep pace with thennnt increase of population commerce u industry According to myView t I ueyWldchseetto destroy by legislation and othi wise from threesevenths to onch 1the metallic money of the world lit sf most gigantic crime of this or any otb age The consummation of such n srbfi would ultimately entail more Malml upon the human race than all thews pestilence and famine that ever o enrred in the history of the world Tj absolute timid instantaneous destrucffc i of half the movable property oftI world including horses ships rallrotf and all other appliances for carp on commerce while H would Ilip Sitl more sensibly at the moment ouldtproduce anything like the prolonf distress nUll disorganisation of incM that must inevitably result from t pprmonont annihilation of ont hnlfi shGrJ A Petnrao iMiutneler for F1rer 1 The opposition to the free coinage silver 1IB a Irllllln miserable crniYti lion If I had the doing of it th 1 would be no room for ngildbuff to t r e country The gold standard would If1 i the country positivelyI ruin It 1Mseen in my time silver superior Into w 0 gold and Iits depreciation has P caused by Its demonetization The P tsir dollar was the unit of value u 1873 when there was n Miree perwpremium on the metal At that value f silver was three per cent Br thou that of gold1nyCoakct- herm s llritnlnH I IItI Great Urltains idea of Bixteen w IB that when you are 10 times tio Ihnn one small nation it Is n good icy to whole the life out of ttItlclSthla teul s tl 1 t 1 1 t 1 I I r i i l I r j i r i i I I 1 I t I I 1 d I 1 a t 1 I l t f 1 e t t Y J C i x if4 t ijl Green of Alexandria Ohio Ill MS an Unenviable Experience A tl tiee1W1 for Ylrll Orclt linrfartlln va Locoll1otor Atnxta11ont Llut- tftr r1 IAda A curo and Cordite Motor Jotury to tho Truth of It hi trio Statement r sM prom the America i AVuurfr Ohm ati nrticio Itia tilt nHilrttutiiitni of nil d of people It must huvu merit merchant tho house wife tho farmer11t wrnRlouil In their praises of Dr Willlrms1 Ii PJlls for Iulorcoplo f1IV II uruul tvhu lives near Alex on Ohlii In tat Aluiuib township is erbtllomost1UOmhflntfaraiurs1ihick t County nod his word ilK to the nlerltr- P Drtllllnms Pinl fills for Palo lOJIlo ytaltQ ta In him- tjirgroiM wnt in tho Amtilettn olden roo Qtly ole was Uhllltlll toldluthisiownwunla 5but IW follows- m ylput5IX yens ago I stlfered from tnt edNjsckor RrlJl wlldl rasttltetl III 1001l1Ulcul ot JA From tlur I suffered a living death 1lpt fora long ttnlo ullllilio to Illll uaysclf ga lilt hurduu tlllllLJ wis a lha5t hu11ily Jo nbuutP I oIIclachlllell us IICIIILtt others Dt illnnuth10rlditIlglntlutAletnulrla I4 tbOught a box of tho pills The llrst 10I d MIl CIO promising ami 1 purchased M V nixes They had a wonderfully tdiflvlng hillueiieo on my s stem From a Itl2pi eu invalid out ablo to ilrms mysolf I ths III IJYO Increased in strength nnd health and Sifdo my ordinary work about tilt Ilirmla Ib1 wallc to Alexandria which is about a eal relle away wry Inc I tell oil 1I1111olII ta Ji1IIhart done mo u wonderful amount of t rod Inj lam willing to take uiy oath ofIut leatnxts0 l oet ftwonahy api trod bcforo me a Notnrv tolbblie In anil lor stud county 31It W II Irceuof tst Albant townohlp who being tat duty sworn says that lio teas a groat nb ufaerfrijin lnuiiKnor ntuxlii andl tIlIlho IIItorPeoPle 101i gfforn to and subscribed before lilt bv thelAIJ W 11 lrnii llil JsIS4 IIc 1 1 1 Atidi il IhIir Hr Orccn wlfiso venerable appeuriuee 1 e with hls t tUI slvirv beard and benovolent cotmictuiitc udIis iivlction to his wordH titlivcil in St Alllrota towiiiihip fur noarly Atr years tnI 11I lhlo word can he absolutely 1 Depended upon lit wu+ deeply III ournist Irtltetiilluii of Iinre by lit VUIianiH1i Pink Fills fiilIh1Illtl Dr WWiII i Iinu Pi IH contain In neon I timed form a i t e cviiiints nee Riiry to Iat give uoiviifcaidI rlrhtit S 1 to the blood illillImicro shiitti ml n ryes They tare nn tinn JiIlliiR Siedlii for such diceaues as locliI1rotor ataxui pariiai iiaruiysis St Vltus t n iiDCCsciaRi m rila rhonmatlsiniierv et JrlllllIOIplltllouse complexions nil Innns of weakness either t iittileor fcinii Pink Tills are sold by tUdcalcrs or viil lx sent post paid on re nxrrdtl r IUItdt lUBeConiiiauySihenccUiily N V PtIC ICt SHE PITIED HIMtlAel Thought the country would Do tlio In Doctor ionil One of tii l ailiiiff ipllIIIllnnl of of I j veryboyirltt LiIIi t the liutlii sort tiCWOIIWII who tevir qnit taiiir r l poy h I adlrstfng the phynl te I IclJD is tin lurtor in Hit L I own sue he tnot I Its butIliI visitor uitomipted himt gdPfPtl Ill unit Hoes he Jillow you toe tit I I n 1 wuyVMadam faetk lit Ill warrant youll eatei It jfheseon I you there Tsar lout sort of pale I I ould thhili the doctor would jjive you strongernour inn onrlif to stall you into the I I wintry That voild iiiaif you grow Mow fi0nn tin you Ikink the doctor Mill Ill IlIsllIJagIIIIe I Mntlaine I tried to tell you before ctutytodayJ I Intown hItil tro country I I dobdtcpale puny I E i i V011dotingI text time stir comes into the city I jcI KiniiklnR UIIU norm 1 Smokiiup is a preventatlvoof disease+ i profurorCo f I i dtphlit jna Mnallpox cholera or other con1 tl i 1 Inle1I I I f dporeil to the nonHmoker one in smokingada bactcrla I kntnvI4terukr f tad employee in lalmratorlpH given ocrtta the cultivationI nod propagation of exierit1 tri rn1 msond vImtnppUcH toachcinlstV humanOaay I tI French ThrlrtII u A Vmnvi railway has lilt upon n ntII penleWhoaceolnpany I Y thrmYn On payment of a fec1of ono penny wUi rail way is the largest in France expected1efurccI r A L A COMMON FALLACY y Little Clear kxiAotnreleududAdvoentes arc constantly referring to the sliver dollar dolInvlegal currency Is a legal tender no unto today can refuse to take It unless he hits made rt old olInranyebtTo be sure It contains silver bullion worlhlit present market price mete unit by gold M edits only The sliver party does oat rltlUClvie bullion worth less than S3 cents hrnl11Ig proposes is to make that silver dollar sllvrrdullerlanolIIIIs it dishonest to make the silver dol lar which every wageearner I now 11111110tIlt lari Under the present law contracts I1pllnlIsIII rr+ requiring payments in gold unit n dlR creditingI the stiller dollar The guy eminent itself discriminates ngiilnvt ohllgntill way i depreciated A the same tune the double duty put uJl11Ihet0gnlnisreed up in Ithe expression 0eent dollar HV what measure My the gold mea norn distorted standard a shortened yardstick 1I wlIKhlcdWllltlI Make your meaHiire honeitt unit deal honestlyI by your own historic silver dollar roll It will not lit in any sense a Ween dol larIt IsI the money lender of Ktirope rind 1I1111IIJ11IIIgThe new sliver movement in exposing this dishonesty unit will restore tin honest dollar of our fathers worth tAi cents both for purchasing unit debt paying It hits started a movement which will steadily roll nromfl th world to bring gold hock to its normal position n + a niPiunirc of value md re store silver ns a unlversallyacccptr coin of ultimate redemption A little clear thinking unit exactness In state ment will sweep nwny Ithe fallaebv 1 aboiit the Lo rent dollar nod dinelo where the dishonest v lies Western I Kurlil ABUSE AND MISSTATEMENT llii v the Col lltrH liiiuiiisiniii Tliulr In- rniKllj to iMipiiiirl tutor tliilniH It Iis generally cuiiKidereii one of th essentialsI of fair suit honorable debut Ktnte your adversarys position anl meet It candidly with stmi IRIS ment nodl facts as bear upon your side the ease To do otherwise is to rot oust attc ell IWI ones incapacity or dishonesty Till flnancial question cannot e settled by ridicule by denunciation and by miwitatemeiit When the advo catch of gold muiioinelallism rI ItI hat their Msition is impregnable nndl th free sllYCrites call for the Ipi not tine an they answered They sire answeredl Hrst with n prophecy Theyarc told that there will be a prude If free silver oes Into died Of course the miii who predicts a panic can no mar be re futed than the titan who stands on tin street corner unit predicts a rain lilt- utureI can only be surmised from the past tutu eau never be accurately fore told That is left to Deity The gold monometillist asserts Ithat the proposed change in standard would produce nI ponies tint though standards have been changed many times in tin pest he can not point out a single change which line caused a panic The dump of silver Iii another prophecy which has small basis to go upon The silver money of France and Jermany is eireulatltg In time countries at par although the metallic value hUM fallen nearly half There wouldI 1 be neither rhyme nor reason in dumpingI thist I silver upon us Th probabilities nor entirely sonnet such sliver of tinan assumption as that the world would llow in upon us Memphis CommercialI Appeal1 An dir Iuntp ArRiuuiiil livery attempt to resore silver every pointing out the awful effectappeal which have followed itsdemonetiatlen has been met unit fought hack The old prv has been time and time ngaln raised lf fy it nil the gold will driftyou If you try it there will be a I I ionic Pfoplc bud a man I nil theI exhausted nearlyunit lleadlice hand hold of thewith ourairI WildI stood pump I 011I1 will sire you two or- Irce duel to kick1 we strokes and take awny what air you IImvcSalt Luke City Tribune1 ruin llrltln Fide consolation to us In the There Iis some to which he Mr0oselcn dlrecls- filet I any i- lRra laetie1spCClnl uttantlai1lcr OfIPOtJ theI purChusiug I Ncnrlyevery nation uu tit to creditors Indebted to ua of the earth Ila the fncn of gold the result of IIn IIJ1prlclntloll ohtnht n larger quantitynf CIs that In settleulent of our 1 hiir com mOlIIin 1630 clahnrLondon TIIUdhIllettor the WnnhlnKton lolCalI Merrlck of coufdentlyrenulrkR that there are- rutliCittiaYCla s3 centdollarhttinanone Wall I J 1 Goon Yaleif from Knnlti Uukuta Tho glorious rcsului of this season lndeugnustvdlpournuvmof n overDutwtttBouth UaUoia tins thousands of acres of choice funning lull ruiuh luiul lying cost of tho MixHoiiri river nod willilii om tlnva rule front Ohl UKO or Milwaukee which lInn Wlalllluofurol pricoThoi UfkntashCClIglrtIugMalalivurlllcd the growlll of livestock null the products ot the dairy are padug South Dakota Coltmost Iu the ranks of the HticccHHf nl western states Those dcslriui full luforiiiutlon on tho subject tool particularly those who wl h to seek a new homo or jiuivhaso land lire ro QtiKsted to rorretiiomt with W E Powell ColonyllulidlneImmigration Agent for Kouli Dakota UU Dearborn St Chicago 111 MAN wants but little hero below AH soino ono stud before lint whon ho rots It dont you know lie wants u little more You Aro Yet SlniUcn llofiiro Taken protliglnusviolencO1 l11uucdiauJlrtJlnIhoisIlustetterswhich us an iintnluto to inliisiiiiitlc poison lies brut demonstrated forovcr forty years past Tlio liver whin dlsonleivd and con tlloIth1rIlIt nail it IsI invaluable for dye lepsta nerv ous dubillty nod rliiuinatlsm- HMiiiII asked th teaiher In natural his torv wldeli iiiiiiiial nitncliOH himself to man Im most Kmllo after seine itjllcc tlon i Tholoodi Mr l Wliiii Nut urn Ncoils iii shunt It may ho best tn render It pnimptiy lint ono hniihl ri niemlK r to use ovon the miMt stCtrt ronuHllut onlv when niiHlol The HKI and Must Nliiiil and jjotitlo rcnitdv IN llio isynip of PigsI inanu iI1lt turod by inu California FigI Syrup lllII loin11an VIIH HI Iinn at the wedding Tln brides father If eho fulnoHs louutH fur nnythhigInckF AITKK physicians ha I given me ul I wi saved iiy Iits CUIOII H liiiti Wn lIalll pull 1a Nuva1 llistRJ Or nil the wonders of the world theIe vet of lilll ill Ih ioanotL Stir cr form IIs own way 1114 Undo Ktirnl hon llublo ter II ml fault its do nntrrsn folks didnt nmh Im nn hold Mm tor keep tin outn trouUlo Viwhlujt Utn Star conlT Hertha It wan only lost month that paid u dressmaker hill uf AV1 mil hero U another ono for this mo nth of AIO Woll dour Kdmir you see that rtmws that am htKluiihiK In Hpond less TiUlllls Timsr SOURS of May would touch tho car With MMitiment moro trio If with thoir coining every year Our taxes worn not duo Wlhlll ton Star Dins a good dent dejiendln1 on do way rr mull applies Is InerRles wll Unelo Rhea lo boss drummer ofton uses up mull musclo nn ono cliuno dun do fudt llddler docH on half a doien Washington Stan PATN IIAIYIIUI QunsTios At n fentlvo unthurlntr on IIonniary 5ttl a trot HOII of Isis asked Has it occurred to any of yo that It will bo sight Holld ywrs beforo wo ugaln neo this day ttrulreuiouUllPSWlltS Swiss lO15ANTl was hlttlily pleased with the cnmlnet of my city bonnlerM last mil Tho baron Hawed ton cords of wood for mo tho baroness milked the cow tend their children took euro of tho geese Flieguudu Itlacltcr HTIUNMUH is a holy name Walter Hoott Ann you a chess plaverf asked tho landlord of u proftpuctlvo truant I touch prefer to huvo mv hmifeH owupied hy cliens idnyernulliiroferenco ItlHslmplo enouKhl Chess idayerH inovo HO soulful and any utter grunt dalibe iitiouDrtrolt 1rco Press 11111 THAT hot enough for you asked Hatuii forty warm mlmltted tho newly arrived oldest Inhabitant but I remember somo rc1 years ago when It wan so duet hot tint The attendant Imps at signal selrod him nnd shoved him mint seven tortes nearer tho bottom which Isnt tblJIa Indianapolis Juurn- ilinwnsnAmAnA vr Warners Safe cure IN LARCE OR SMALL f DOTTLES Owing to the many requests from its patrons Warners Safe Cure Co have put on the market a I smaller size1 bottle of Safe I Cure which can now be obtained at all druggists at lthol suUrt6t1- is not only a scientific vegetable preparation and does all that is 2 claimed for it but It Is the only Kidney and Liver medicine used S by the best people of four conti nents A medicine that bears c the stamp of the worlds ap jc proval and maintains its poslt I tlon for a fJfth of a must necessarily possess pe Collar merit d t IeleatnwY Aj i 8 The Blue and the Gray tBothmon and women aro apt to fool a little bluo wUon the gray hairs bogin to show Its a very natural fooling In the normal condition of things gray hairs belong to advanced ago They havo no business whitening tho hoad of man or woman who has not begun to go down tho slopo of lifo As n matter of fact 1 r thohair turns gray regardless of ago or of Ufos seasons sometimes it is whitened by t sickness but moro often from lack of care When tho hair fades or turns gray thoros no need to resort to hair dyos Tho normal color of tho hair is restored and retained by tho use of s Ayers Hair Vigor Aycrs Curebook n tory of dual told tiy the cured l 9 too page free J C Ayer Co Jowcll Maul1 l t r M fl 1 Protectionem r attleAxPLUG N M j If you want protection buy Battle Ax f It is mans ideal tobacco It protects his a purse from high prices It protects his if health from the effects of injurious tobacco r Its the biggest and best there is nothing g less nothing more fu An investment of 5 cents will prove this story IIJ ij mfmrmmrrmm mirmmmI TO TIIK IUtJt IAMIS AM rillMllAIi CITIKS OF Till n the llurllnston Itnutx end mnn7rn rullrnmtn nlll sell KXCniSION TICKETS it 733HSr LOW on 4 18 I 15 29 and 6 20 Take this opportunity to iro and ana tho splendid crops that irabranka Northern Kanaau and othor Western uootlona have produced this your Ask your nonroRt ticket agent for particulars and KCO that your ticket roads vln tho ROUTE Bond to tho undersigned for a pamphlet no charge about Western Farm Lands P S EUSTIS Con oral Passenger ARont CHICACO ILL I f e Our Silo Outfit at Work or r Inr Corn hone Cuiirrii acid I CH v ere fur Our p tnililU rlrm D III U M Nu L Hllo and luw to udiirr market end trrding vain sod how to mako It 1rco with 11 you iiamr CliU mnrr MFC CO o WlB OPIUM 1- x HARVEST EXCURSIONS West and Ftot71V3DPXLXX XI4Tma August October BURLINGTON SMALLEY FAMILY FEED SAVERS fopdIrlrlnijrr oiirrtilliiu b- lieAberrtrup todatotork ddelrlman ShAllldeiltolll1 toekifadevlu1prmlacVIti catalogue 7MALLGY Monitor STEADY- WORK Northwest Southwest September WK IAV CAHII WKKKIV nd Mont iio eve where to tlKllI- DllllOllltftlcllSTARK TREE proven ebn1111 tHiip rii Mtflti ilw- yrttnr NTA Ill Illtlf1IIKIIN 10404 IIA xtuIUCI 1tT lit nil WHIUY1rIt rqrcrUook ant rUEEbr V MWooJU iUnl ia k 41 1 IAManIs OHIO who Illul IInntI nmil e with A WUlfllIII Out inuk our mlvlni and 0111111 OIIK nf tlllr mutt and art cluau Wen Machines 0 nod did VTOOO worth nf drilling wlih iilntrpnr1- Tranurrl llflll who retuee to Ukeiiqwl uitTlco wUu lfllOIUOUNI alirSTOPPED HEART BURN YUCAT- ANEDUCATIONAL wNtiwWORETTO ACADEMYnWRfTTO MARION CO XXMTVOXYi AekunwlydaesnoupeslorinfscllneiIOrlmt A BM mtritiix Hniwlnlar Culture and HNBr menu TMHMH 11I lf uesi 1 u Ily to iuMrOTKii oMiiTCiiiat T x w 1 K B ipai VIiV WKITINOTO A9VERTItiZKL- plessNstate tltd jug Mir 1 rdry ttsw wrka la Ibis puper h k i 41 I lM l It rn n a ItMalingerIt Elite Elite r j L t v I f HAXCL GREEN KY i4 T ttfttSDAY Oct 8 1890 J n DEMOCRATIC TICKETII tro I For President WILLIAM JENNINGSJ BRYAN Of Nelrnikn For Vico1resMua- tAHTIIUK SEWALL fUfFor CrtiiKrcHMinnn Ton Hi District THOMAS Y FITZPATIUCK- or I novn COITXTV r ONLY four wceki until it iIn known whlIt will be the next president of tlio United1 States anti sill indication point to Wil liam Jennings llryan as the mnnImnnII TIM Seventh congressional district con vention wound tip its labors by ordering ii- n primary on till 117th inst llroiiston ii- an is avowed candidate while Carroll Set tlo nod others are uncertain A irrnr freshet wont ilo fur IICIIIc her It must ho a great tidal wnvoPIxmid GlobeDemocrat IImI 1sr grim ay to completely drown 11111II tilt Republican party surd its tlllllexfi Tim primary election for candidates for circuit judges rind commonwealth attorney last Saturday panted1 off quietly Tlio vote polled was nut MO large an lit tlio county primary two weeks previous Wo have peen unable to get any positive J figures from the different counties com posing the district but enough less Iwclic learned to show that J II Rodwine pnvunt iincumbent and A F Ityrd had received tho nominations for judge nnd attorney lespectively 11II handsome 1 majority g of Till great advantage of free silver lies In the fact that it will introduce an era of expanding currency and rising prices in place of tho falling market that has mi of long depressed us Although the imnl mediate effect of tree silver may be InIII lessen tho Tolumo of the currency bIIdriving our gold away yet very soon thoIII iiillux of silver will more than make good the loss of till gold and the volume will rapidly expand Tho consequence will bo that prices will rise commerce and man ufacurcs will ho encouraged labor willIII bo in demand competition for employ lI iitent will bocomo less severe wages will rise mid in the end working men willq bo benelUcd as well as the merchants anti inanufaeturerri Debtors who have beep wronged hIItho shrinkage of prices will secure at least a partial justice and ho able to pay oil their notes and mortgages withi tome thing like a fir equivalent for what they tot when they horrOt1ProfII Frank Parsons of Boston University in j Ootobor Arena IIH nsICoutrlbutoa SOutO Vary Soasoimblo Talk To tho Roadorn of Tho Hornhl As to Hrcckinridgp he is a fair sample j of tho Itoltocrats With the eloquence of Cicero ho stands iii Catalines IhollIri With a vaunt of patriotism he is playing tho rolo of an Arnold With a show of sympathy for tho laboring men he is boo in traying their interests for tho yellow dross of eastern syndicates Stripped of morality and dishonor ho seeks to reo ftrievograce by advocating principles as black with the smut of treason as the chambers ot his treacherous heart and essays to clothe himself in robes of golden dis honor that ho thinks will outshine those that ho stole from tho sanctuary of It American womanhood What honest man could listen without choking with disgust at Colonel Dreckinridge speak ofrl dishonor and repudiation Y IIe has repudiated every principlo of American manhood lIe has indelibly impressed his nnmo in dishonor on tho fair escutch eon of American womanhood And this S is tho man who talks of repudiation and dishonor True to the maxim that bird off a feather will Hoof Uuethor Oiloncl nUll liiis perched on the right i troost Mull tho Ideas uf the BolUcruta ur t y I being advantageously reflected from tho untarnished mirror of his broad soul of philanthropy Whenever ho speaks the people consider it an insult to their honor and especially tho ladies and the result is that bo in making hundreds ofr Bryan converts and confirming tho peo pie in their idea of the Boltocratic calibre Truly the wan who indorsesIi Hilly and the party ho rtj rtyit in dorcs dishonor anti repudiation rE Major McKinley is decidedly n man df advance l ucw t he 1nllq for his party to advance its lefis amii thoual UI them He sat astride tho fence while the St Louis convention drafted its plat form and then McKinlcy arranged him self to suit the platform Regardless of I his honest convictions mill in spite of party or platform ho declares that if I elected ho will only maintain the gold standard as long as he thinks it is bene ficial to the country and judging from the record ho has already nude that may nut be long for in his heart ho is n t ree Hilycrite I I JUIMIKD IX KrXTtCKY William 1 1 Hryan has como to Kentucky and Ken tuckians have given him the greatest ovation tho most enthusiastic greeting tho warmest welcome that ever any man received that crossed her border or stood within her proud domain His trip through Kentucky was like a conquering heros triumphal icarch Ho is tho buy orator of the Platte tho Cicero of Amer ice the workingmans warmest friend and the uncomproiniing ton of the gold standard the syndicates the trusts anti the combines of America He is no dis honest dodger like the gold standard who seek to mislead the peo ie by false statements but deals out honest facts alike to friend said foe is a daring adventurer inasmuch as dares to go into the Held and hurl de II 0 in tho face of the despoilers of ills Poll n try mid dares to tnnd up for the right against wrong in tills daywhen he who stands up for the rights of the musses Mgnimit the clones is counted nn adven in tttrer lie 5ill indeed a fakir Inking the word in its cthiopie Winning for he is interpreting the laws cxpwing the falla in and the corruption of the goldite and explaining to the masses how they liavo been anti are being robbed anti swindled by those fiendish hearties gold 1 demons of this country aunt Europe Thank God for such fakirs He is not the material of which the Tinted States have been making presidents for the lost quarter ofn century Ho is of that material that rises tip from the rooks the people and make such presidents Washington JeHcmon etc and make 1 men as Gladstone Franklin OCon t Kmmct sad othcis Thank God for iin men and hurrah for Bryan A Fear FACTS rou God Mtv TO i CONSIOKIU There iis no men living wile twill say nor do the records of the deal that the question of adopting a gold standard in the United Slates was 1 ever submitted to the people Conse that act was in opposition to the principles of free government For 200 years prior to 1873 under bimetallism j relative bullion value of gold and silver did not part more than a per centi while in the last 215t years under mono 1 mctallism it has separated iO cents That the Mexican silver dollar will hey in the markets of gold standard1 England then tho American silver dollar That sold hits always enjoyed free and unlimited eoinnyo at the mints while slier has been deprived of that privilege i since 11878 f that silver WHS deprived of its full legal tender qualities for all stuns exceed ingin JS711 and never leas been fully That the cost of tho production of the two metals gold and silver hits decreased about the same relative ratio under the facilities of improved machinery but the I rnltio of gold has constantly gone up while tho value of silver and the prices of arm products has constantly gone down ENGLANDS GAME An Englishman Tolls Just Why Sliver BasIt Boon Demonetized in all Countries To the Editor of the Chicago Recordw iis with tho greatest interest that I I lave rend the discussion of tho silver question in tho Record arid it lots occur ed to me that it might be of some inter cA to its teeters tohave the views of one 1 who has had tho financial experience of fifteen years within n stones throw of LOlllbnrdstroet It appears that you Americans were awakened to find that silver had been demonetized and that ever since you hove been in a turmoil of debnto and V inquiry to ascertain how it was done why it was duce and what consequences p Vft5 result from tho said demonetization That Hiker was stricken down for a pur pose there is no question Hod there been no purpao for ro doing there would have been no opposition to the restoration of tho fcoc coinage laws as they existed prevlov Lo 1873 There wcro several reasons for the prohibition of the trey coinage of silver thereby shifting tho dcbtn of the coon try from the double standard to tho sin glo gold standard anti one of the chief lit these was to enable the exchange dealers 19 hayc a tnllnnt profitable Craiige on the silver standard coun tries with a falling market Another purpose was to cheapen the securities of the silver countries as meas ured by gold this class of securities alone having as a consequence of the fall of the gold price of silver depre ciated over 200000000- To create competition in the price of cotton tildes and other products thus enabling this nnd other European coun tries to get cheap food sttitls and raw material was also another principal pur pose for bringing about the fall in the price of silver as measured by gold The method by which the prices of raw materials were cheapened was t get quotations from India on wheat and cotton stud thereby regulating the price of tho American product in Liverpool Tlio dealers would also get quotations for hides and wool from South America anti thereby regulate tho prices of these commodities in this market for American nod Australian hides anti wool In order to arrive at a proper under standing of this matter it it necessary to know that the silver price of cotton and1 wheat in India as measured by the rupee is practically the name as in IIS7JI Silver being tho standard in India has therefore not depreciated in that country The muse principle holds good in South America as wool and hides were pur chased on the silver iMisis In 11S71 and before the full of silver the gold sovereign could only purchase j exchange 10 silver rupees Con sequently the gold sovereign could not purchase any more wheat surd cotton I India than could be purchased for 10 silver rupees Therefore just in IroporI lion as more silver could be tucked into n told sovereign so much moreI Indian wheat nod Cotton could bo pur chased with the sovereign- In ISJJ mill for some time sitter a J01t1I sovereign could purchase only about four bushels of11I1i1II wheat delivered at Liverpool but for many years owing to the cheapness of silver the Liverpool wheat buyer has been ablo to exchange his gold for chellpliIor1I1It1 is so enabled o obtain seven bushels of wheat delivered Liverpool fur his gold sovereign Thc result of the fall in tho price of silver was at once to cause a correspond lug fall in the agricultural products and land of Great HritianI Australia Canada and the United States Itahlll unused a tall in the price of such other kinds of real estate as arc situated in the agricultural lricl of those countric the loss entailed being variouslyestiI mated at from 300dOO000 to AOOOUOoOO pounds sterling Giltedged securities have not of course depreciated in veins though there has been a great loss by the liquidation with the lesser grades of gold securities If silver should ho restored to its for met jMwitioii it would then be Itl par with gold and the importer of grain woultlnot then be able hll 11chcnp1 products of the silverstandard countries j I which would result in raising the price the leading agricultural products to ofI normal price The British and Furopcan j markets having to pay more those who produce would of course get more Tho United States has been tho chief sinner It has dune the real injury to silver so you must rctnonctizo it before you get any substantial cooperation in this country Knglaiid is certainly not going to pull your chestnuts out of the fire and things move too slow here for you to place any dependence upon Eng lund until you here first restored Ute law th status Hula 1S73 and come herewith I clean hands and a substantial case Kngland will take no responsibility in leading the way either joint 1or othciwisc so if anything is to be done for tho restoration ot silver to the position it ought to occupy the amelior lion of prices and tho saving of theIdebtor it is for tho United States steno to j lead The rest will soon follow i F C HKOKWITH I on Nicholas Lane Lombard street London E C 11r 1ror women to travel for reipousible uublUhetl house in Kentucky Salary tFO mrnhle 11 weekly and expciwcu Position ivrumncnt Kuiurencc Kuuloie bulfuddruss 1ulldingCI1 1 n r Good Judges Say That Our 1 Suits II 1 500 75OI I IOOO I ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY onrsole 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHE atn150 1J r Pair n LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY nO ROSEDAVISOPltACTIOAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY VB MAKE A S1MCIAITY OF JUILDIMJ FAHM said KOAD WAGONS pritStIHome People get only Honest Work tad be hippy bIN Tin HOUSE SMOKING AND IMPAIR DKPAKTMBXT WE spccialtymsdvaurr = PI1ERATrjS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY qrH F PIERATT Proprietor 1 C3TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY IIOUSE iiSplcinl earn taken of teams for Commer J IOJl1tJspectfully solicited H F P1EKATT t G j ZIVJlllkat tleE 9REATJu NES TRAINING SCHOOL j TfESOUTHrI9hICrJIIJIIIIjglrrlIIlI HUNDms or CAADUATES HOLDING fiNE POSITIONS illlldlU 7fkd Jl P7iIIfIIt11 I COUtI ENDED fly THE LEADING BUSINESS EM OF t wAN1IbCIR10s WJ r g t Cll1slll- i r 1 7Hi s4 y a I r w sells new else stood and have new be ing t E PIERAL 1 Hazel Green Hearsays HappeningsI Job work of all kinds done at i HEUAIH ul1icetlThere was ono addition to the Chrhltnt Ian church at DIM oro Sunday afternoon Ic Charley Swnngo will train tho Nashi vile athletic clubs foot ball team thisi SC OIhWin HI UelUisk preached a good Hrtl mon to a large audience at Daysboro last Sunday morning I It P Motley wife andI I children and1 1will I i Mrs Vats lilniikcitrthip have Jtlthinl1 I from tin ir Pikoville iitIH II IIIIIIIIey will preachlltDaysboro I i next Sin lay at 11 oclock tad Wm III j Cord will grouch there nt 35 oclock iI I Hoods Sirsaparilht purities the bloodI overcomes that tired feeling creatcn IIIing appetite and gives refreshing steelii p There will he preaching at till IIIIIlI j jj i I field school house next Sunday morning 11111 conducted by HitlerI J T PierattI j j i i Mrs Sewell Combs and Miss Anabel1 Combs of ampton visited the familyI of II F Pieratt several days the past week All tho active members of the Y P S I I p C E are requested to meet at 7 oclock m on Friday the 5Itth in tho study at the Home i Misses Lena Combs cud Etta DanielsI of Ezel and Miss Lou Conchs of ville were guests of Taylor Johnson IIndI1 family during the past week We have just received n lot of neIIfI typewriter paper which we are ollering to students at tho academy rued rollti at n very low figure Call and seo itII CAXVASSKUS WANreu111 sell IIIrC US indestructible fire kindlers stud oil1 I cans Fills a want found in every house hoMoP S MAMii Co Fund du Lac Wis U S A Mr and Mrs J T Pieratt wilt leave next Monday morning for St Helens oilii a prolonged visit to friendsaml relatives j Bro Pieratt will hold a series of meet ings while there and hopes to do much spoil tonllastt tOlllh1iogthe bible he is a close student but jnet now he is partial to Joints Win IL Cord will leave next Wednes day for Springfield ill to attend the National of the Churches of l Christ While gone he will address the Christian Womans Hoard of 1ii8ionI in convention on The School in Mis 5oiu Louis t Gus Straus Imye conic out ill nile advertisement this week and lire offering souse of the greatest bargainsI in clothing over heard of When in Lex ington be sure to call on them tee their immense stock mid learn their prices 1111I Elder 111ieratt returned from extended trip through Bath Montgom I ery Hownn and Mcnefee counties where he had been engaged in tho service of the Lord During his absence he preached n number of funerals tlrlto holding revinil meetings at various Points Ho reports a great stirring up among the undefiled and harmonizing of the different factions Quito n largo number wore converted through plain spoken exposition of the word of 0a1and ho believes that through I Marts many more will be brought I I Ow the way of salvationr Fade U Medicine There fads in everythingfor a short time simply because It is But in medicine na in nothing tho people demand nnd will be satis 10 meritTheits ground against nil competition its sales have never wavered but topdClI1onstrntcH intrinsic virtues of this medicine The things have conic nnd gone but atcdHoods Sarsnparilln rests upon the solid foundation of absolute merit and l1nL power to cure nod its salon continue to the largest in the worldCIIPublic Speaking Judge Amos Davis will address the by rultowI or times and places I IuGoodwins Chapel October 1at 1 in oclockI Ip ni inlcm October 17 nt I plI May town October I111at 1 p m Kd Cecil School louse October 19 at night 11 EverybodyI invitedI to IIltcllI1rW M KIXIIIIoChin Dem Com Morgan Co Irho pulpit at the Methodist church nt place is now filledI by the appoint ot lies L Mann On Sunday morning last he preached his introduc tory sermon which was very impressive and was much appreciated by the con grcgation At night he again held ser vices to a large assemblage and all who him speak of him in tins highest as a minister whose heart is in his work Hev Mann will take slope to re organize the weekly prayer meetings of the church at an early day Services be held in the future ou the first and a Sunday of tacit mouth instead of once a month a+ heretofore On last Friday evening September 5 Mr Charles OConwIl and Vise llradshaw of this itttI married in Paw Rev Check of that place olHciut I Mit UrniUlmw wan born and rOlucllII in tubsI city and hone of our most csti j mllbllIu1 worthy young Iladies rII iis n former newspaper tuna Ixing the founder of the used to be1 a Evening Free Lance of this city HisI first step in the newspaper line was I this paper Mr OConnell is an excellent writer and a first class printer and SD wishes he and his lovely wife all beIOne of our aspiring young men is attending Center College wrote quite a lengthy letter to the governor last ICweek from which we extract tho follow lag paragraph There is at present n financial crisis in Danville owing to the possible election McKinley It seems to be the tron e at Mrs Yagcrs but I think a check will overt an assignment at present andI stay theI crisis for n time j W FriedrichsI was arrested and lodged In jail at Jackson last Saturday j evening on the charge obtaining goods under falco pretenses HeJ representedI himself from WhitcsvilleTcnnolIering diosks in payment for goods purchased and in ono intaneo he received 10f cash in change Telegraphic cation with the layette County bank Somerville where he purported to eto tf000 on dojKHit brought the responso unknown hetico the arrclthat he was Notica The fact that the wheat of the illi w poor that it lIIl1ol mIKe good tietcided that I will nut grind any wheat nfterthe first dutyof November All havo good1 wheat should Ibring it in nt once and I will grindI for thetaI but I Ino circumstance will I grind bad and the roller mill will bo closed until spring If you want good Hour bring good wheat at onceyour JTAYioKlAyOct 1It Superintendent of Public Davidson huts issued the following crcu schoolteacher I lar of interest to every common in Kentucky It i Superintendents1110 County evident that the Treasurer will not I Inow warrant Oct 1 for bo able to honor my more than 20 per cent of the fund ap portioned the schools for the fltO lilt This it due partly to tho fret that year in remitting riieriffc have been slow many tho Auditor and partly to the fact deficit inInrgoaware that ayou arc bo met early inhad to fund of last year Jay from this 3enr9 fllllU TERA I FAiniKiiuwrI nrr TI travel for reN unlble CII- Illsor truntctt to 780 tnhll hell house Ip Kentucky nlol 1- 11111tI Nail 4XIoWI Chicago r 3 t E GLIS ITO EN 11 d tRogulnrft m to 8 p m Suppor from 6 to 0 p m f VOysters Lamb Fries Fish 1GUSn MORGAN COUNTY I Haylown Missiles Mr Editor what aro these little corpor towns that do not have nay class or lent not rotted with the sixth Think- I hear you say they are just what her make it We must make ono long and strong pull curd all pull tn gether is we succeed If we ore sheltered n little office from labor on tho streets are over age let us do allwe can in way When the surveyor sends to for tools he needs send them to him EfJhnlworthuhwe do not know how much Misses Liza and Lilley Henry and Ora Cecil of Ezel accompanied by Messrs J Cecil of Grassy G W Pack Kzel and E C Mays of Norton Va were the guests of Miss HOle Sample I Sunday Mr Mays is a nephew of our coil ntynlui 1 1 B Cecil and left this county nine years ago for TaewellII county Yn a small boy though with plenty of energy stud engaged at owe to carry water for the graders on tho Clinch j I Valley Division of tilt Norfork and Western railroad and now holds the- positiouof I conductor on one of the freight 6trains He says he hours men ollcring hl I het 100 to G on Hrynn and free silver f ill Virginia This looks like the issue iis I so plain that a wayfareing nun though fool could not bo mistaken in casting Ma vote this fall We have watcherI with some interest the prowdiiitiul etc lion fur fifty years and dins is the firstIt tfa1 tf arrayed1 against labor In thime goodI IlJI- I day John Jacob Astor hnd his million i I but he hud none to put in a Cull ltjl fund to corrupt the morals of his country i Oh no Now look at the listt I I1 headed by MrJohn I Uockefoller whom Mr Ilanna has to draw on when he wants i few thousand WINUIIXS I II Ict f Ist lh1Consolation Chat IlHr W H Logan paused through here Tuesday IIi11 Cum husking and grape hunting is all the go in this neighborhood I 10Yo scribes undo a pleasure visit toC Mr sod Mrs J H DcBusk and Miss 4 Funny Tuesday n There will be a spelling battle be twccn the Consolation school tumid the Caskey school in the near future Ye scribes attendeda beat hulling IIrI onlI 11IllulThe hot and hostess simply outdid thrill Uelves in their courts to entertain theirrI young friends 0stud L ilul1tl y Wanted 1 t An active reliable boy in each town con koenre a good thing by taking hold an agency fur IVnnylvnniaI Grit ilItLj i il sell rapidly Every issue eontains nI complete ftory in ncparato pnmplilet r form byotue renowned author Agent four thoiiwuid towns arts doing 1IIrII 1 PH Slid cunra it at once 10Pilnrfwagc to Canton OKentucky Republican 0111ItI i u uI I rates over quoted 1rom Torrent IjiIjI IFor further information adtlreis Chas Scott Gh 1J Lexington I onLaud Sale for Taxes J Ily virtue of taxes due School district I I 10 fur the hdiool your railing Inn1 ao Jx I 1 will on SATI IMIAY Orroniit it Is lutween the hours of 1 nod I oYloilI Nave t I illAtl OTaiilliies store ulUr for t I following describe real rialto it brag t property of the Irvine Lumber lonipnt I 1111Iuwlt Known as tho Meadow llrant mill liomiiltil lh v tho lamia of sane Klkiim JJ Itrerrellnod n It Irofllt flit menu t j of wild tux In 21 costs 82 total 3 So- by I1I11JI UIO lilt truaNurer of said jJj i I I11 IIhcIII about tin ee week ago n utrnj mare of hID Dark bay 8 or followingdescription nod a imull wart the lore leg Owner cnn havo souse by pro v 11 properly nod push cliarcr for keepI IJr mlVLTlllMg etc DOOSTAMIKII n Ifinn rJ CraiMv CnlU K rStpl THE HERALDI OF FOIL n JOB ALL tClNDSII I t u n Ii L 1111 iaillllr No1ntul lInl V1clnfnt1 ScJ1oo1t fY f tt The Cheapest and Best School ill Eastern Kentucky Te Next Session Eegs SODtGlItfier 1 18901 Full Courses SusininodI i in Every Dopnrtinont Expenses tho Lowest j IDiscipline tho Firmest j Instruction Thorough Special Courses in Biblo Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business H1 R j 1tlhullion11itCs elf coxun i i iuoinnx 11 J l KY I Krrp n mil Hoe nf lexalry n W W6r- Jr lllJj M HMTENS lEl l 11If JIvlJeweler and Watchmaker ijJ IHAZEL QUEEN011 1IIi1HItIIII t7 I IRlpalrinJ Fino Watches nnd fluid Syootnolea n Spuoiulty Ifitl anythinginFine Silverware see us l We can save you big money I v A pmer = r = = L t c KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 0very inoilcMle ltdiiroliij nt ronisoiiiihlif binnion Sepliinliir II Par c any jinrtlciilar Inforiiiiitloii to HAH lotlH loos Prehiikiit J lItiIMcCiAitVHY President ColliKC the llllile IcxiXdTOS Kv rur Ij ij l1J r lr JID11liliiII II Hazel Groan KYuVti MRS LOU DAY Propriotrow ElJ 1 TheI table the host tho market nllord and rails fi rUlIsnllhloI I carPieratts Livery Stable InI v Ioiineetlon Ok1 yo I FOR 20 YEARS Has lod WORM Romodlos EVERY HOLD Alt nnVOOHTS 1liT 011n JIAUlIN Co TIIOI ESALK DKY OOOPB- I Ac i 101 i d I Ioiir rolhKpM Liberal Arts llllile UIOIiiuTclal and Miinle allege of Mlieral rill IooriiH oftciicliurs lino iviniiiinlum I Vice rues licfliiH log and apply stud of facts Li 8 uj tlIjJ Millinery NotIOns f j nlHM luopl full lino of 1 I Millinoryl NotioiiH JTOHH kl inodn and iFancy jrocorion Ml to which the attention of tho IjljJ public iN invitotl and Choir rfcji piilroiuiK1 Holieitod UJJ- AIKSq LOt DAY iw ll11r w S If n tht iNi kitV tvtvMJ l1Uv s f it flUBEROJD ROOFING SSSffiSS P 0UI IVm5AI =JjjILrNGrArfIs wp r LADDER RO gl VEISECRED DOORS 1 rvJjJ STAID DOOR I 1 WORKtlAIQH BUrtD3 GLOUISVILLE KYCO WRITE HARDWOODjj FOR FLOORS CALL KINt73 OF 6ULOING MATERIAL CA7ALOCiJly d lrJIfIjr flJf 1 irWlIRMsAf OREIIIhVERMIFUGE all BOTTLE GUARANTEED 11 Y tnlntunons asurrtNS L REED PEEBLES NOTIONS FOnT MOUTU OHIO A 1lttrnrr8elt and I a j 7 Nr c I THE fiCClDENTS OF LIFE 1Write to toS QVINCEV corntaryCOM PAN v for Information rcftnTdliifT Accident In ur once Mention hula paper t Icy to doing you ecu taro membership fee rte pall over wwvww r ncddentnl Injuries I Bo your own Agent I 910 MUDICAL UXAMIKAT10N R QUIREff Ij WjT COI VINaa WITH TRIMBLE BROTHER RrQYa4JWaraMJ y MT rrElrJtN l 2 u- o 3 t y THE HERALD 8PKNCEU OOOIBK PuWUhsu XI A 7 Kb AItEENt I I IICY I JUST ONE YEAR OLD duet ono short year nuo ho ORmo Our IttUo stun God bless him I A lItnven sent treasure ho la ours To care for and cnrcex him No matter If tho days bo drear Our heart ho never falls to cheer awayI dayII Until nt lnnt nt sot of sun 1 RO to him when work In done With outstretched nrms nnd wtnnl xtnllo JrcoUIIJTI us In ImpplcMt nt our mvotlnK This Joyous frollcflotno young ott HH loving iiuimmu or mynulf Ills dimpled arms around my neck Cling clone In soft enrostfcs While jraltiHt my bronzed and beard tI cheep ills dewy llpn ho presses Oh litho lovo Oh baby mine1 You cloHuly round my hunrt strtn titItwlno God grant that In tho years to como He inior may know n sorrow May porter mill Impplnesm ho Ills With uv ry coming morrow And may Ihlno overlantliiK arm 1rntnot anti keep him sit to from hnrm Oh Imhy mien when yours hire ttiiwn- AIK I am old and hoary jtrnvnAnd enldDourTolsure flour ATKKK1HLK ADrl NFUli iTiiorcni till ex j JlPIiIIt related 1111 tin following linen occurred many years n gr11 HtfoIIIII tin Incidents wit I which it ikiilH ait UK frisli in my rec olltll ill II es IiIIthey IotppNnrtl Limit ym terday nor do I siiiiiiic they willI tvr he effaced tram my saltineIhrI a tounding nnturo of till detail tlicir terrible vlvidnoM amid reality mind tin1 remombninoo of those mvful moments spoiltI In the companionship dent It mine left n murk on my niiiiiory Hint Will arms long as llfo Itself It wan the Iloso ofn day toward tho end of Itho London scanon I had boon dining from homo with HOIIIO friends soul returning truly dropped Into II jaHhlnuahlc dub in the neighborhood of Covont iimlen whoro I know Ixtl lit kindred spirits worn in Iht linblt of congregating MyI slop lod me to till card room Ionw with time intontlon of playing than of w hiling halt nn hour anyjlonsnnllyI I I Font lino I nmitiiod myself by watoh lug the play nt our or nt hoc of time many wellfilled InbloH nail wow limits oni 1 ployed whon IItroy Invliod to n game I nn by Individual who wow quite n strung 0 to mo and who I boonum aware hud boon eying im Intently fur novornl minufoM Despite n indite and gentle I innnly hearing tin mint lad such an iinprcpOHscsNlng look shout him Unit rl I tigeiIfsurI 1 souse little lienitatMiiI I hIIII11tlie was a good plnyor handling hli cnrdH ulovorly mud with skill mud hU iorformanoo did not In till least hear out my halfforinod idea that ho WIK ictnlruryhlwI susplcinoLimever wens entirely against him nnd In loss than nn Imams play ho left oil con hldorably in my debt Look here he sold nt the finish of n game for increased hili lit 1 ow you live pounds nun round to my rooms nnd I will pay you at once My1 place IN not fur from here nlurnllysu11tetyhat anxious to get what tens due to me I ncinictiocd and followed him out of the club 1 did nut take particular notice of the route we puiKiied as my companion wnlhod Qitlteultyinr passing through several bystroets lit suddenly pulled up before the dour ofr p u house in what appeared to me quite i deserted neighborhood IIII JotketlieI the way up a flight of stairs lulu n long nnd scant ilyfur11lxhvd room wlileli had1 more tho appearance of a workshopI than n dwelling I wits not a little surprised curl somewhat alarmed to timid 1 it that he locked the door immediately hkcNoticing that I was watching his inovcuicutH ho smiled reassuringly and drawing forwnnl n couple 0 p chairs which he pureed one on enehIside of n table that stood In the center of the about he bade me be litnttdchanlcnlly I dropped Into one of thon1 chairs while he went tllU drawer JCIopeningWo will i la3 double or qnltH vaid1 1prole the Stranger in a polite but command ing tone To this I demurred as the Idea did not at oil commend Itself io my judge Jnont x CIiHdcctl kr 4- t n ipflcdnC liftvv I donut tare tar that triad of play rO Oh but I nn itir you will obUgu me lie sold innlnimtfngly Hhtillling the cards as he spoke I do not know what it was but some thing In the titans miinnur neemud to warn me that 1 lord hotter humor him BO after n little protestation 1I gave way mind permitted him to deal out the card We played uid he won The game is yours anti we art quitrsI said Hoinewlint chagrined getting up train my chair at the concht slaw of ftill game n mid moving toward1 the dourto If you will kindly undo thN luck I will nuts go about my business Jill but laughed the fellow drop ping his polite hearing and nsso mhtg a muglugto gel Imssurtynul What do you suppose 1 hire brought you horf for For no improper purpose I trust I replied thrusting my handu Into my pockets as IIII thought occurred to me that robbery was his game I will till you wild he comingI close to me and xpoaklng In my car 1 am going to tnko your life gave a start nnd looked at Ithe man amaedly wondering whether he wns mad or a fool A Ntrango look about his cyci that I had not before noticed strongly Impelled me to the former conclusion though I11endeavored toper Miado myself that the latter was IIII case Vou are Jotting I accordingly said with a sorry attempt at a Hinllc On the eonlrnry I never wits snit rloim in my lift ho replied I will Jgive you a proof of It An he spoke ho drew a revolver from beiioalhI hi jacket I onlyIiiyou mina lie remarked coolly limit 1 II dont wNiit to do the thing In that 111 mud lirnldex I menu to gird you n elmnoo he n Uod unk hero I am rand of Nerds anti you play well 11r Iwill have one more game If you win go free lorn1 and I proceed withI my purpoHo What way you to that You hofdtato Very will I will give you one minute In wliioh to make up your mind Inlen you eon ent within that time I will blow your brains out Htrniirhtwnv msThat mm or matt the runty mean what Iho snld there was no manner doubt for with pistol III one baud nnd watch in till other ho began ipilotly to tick otr tho second Of course I wit slut slow to nee the danger 1 was In and looked around for a way out of it hut saw unite The door which I iii entered I knew wits looked HO that o calk by meniiK of It wow out of ttho UCMtiun There wow ono other exit to the place ns I could see hut between Iit mud myself stood this nilllan with 1 loaded pistol1 horn iiiomeut I thought of xpringinir nt the IIINII anti luki n my ehuiieo Lint ho wow stronger builti I than I awlnlnnvl an ho was 1 felt I should be no innteh for him Thirty second unto gone what do you sayV- IIU words sounded mooklnglvniid h UrriNll as ho npokc Once more pr donee Deemed to jjoiiit out tlmt the lx t lor course wnldd bo to make a pretense of yielding In till hope Ithai n tt nvBi out nf time danger would yet present Itsrlf I ooliiHiitI 1 1leI lint 1 thought you would hI rAthe kdned Now for an Interesting ginI e Wo dont went to make N long burins s i of Hi One entench hlylanii unrd wins I I THIS KIMOW xxuxoKn LION MO Keplnclnir the revolver ho shutlled thIuuk and laid it fill downward on the tabc olTerlng me Ibst play I re movislI a portion of the pack anti ox posed the card j hail drawn It was the nee of diamondst MyI heart heat IIttIIfor 1 knew that I could not hI I bruteI lie followed nail showed his card IIIwan till mire ofspados and we had tilllI1 Att once Ihe reshrllled the pork anti la iltI I on thl table MyI first play this time hi sold ink a dip at the hoard Ho drew tho lIll oi clubs and I had the Mitlsfar ttou of knowing that it teas Impossible t tith i my eagerly + tf it It wens tho deuce of heart t and again we had tied I IIThe third time will settle liPt Rail1 opKiient rubbing Ills hands In on IIIIt of my suspense With a fett twists he rearranged tilt anti once more placed it on tht table Your ploy he said to me anti 1r n irsltnthmglytdrew f ie I It with the king of pade i andI J hail lost J t Witli a ygl of triumph tint fellow I pounced ffpdn me and hurled mae to thc jirjiUndlftlog several sccondK I strug Bled violently in llx grasp but iw T had anticipated he proved more than A match for me taken by surprise as I was Notwithstanding my efforts to prevent it he bound me hand tutu to with n rope he drew from his pocket and then dragged me to the end of the nom whore lie fastened the cord to an I hon ring projecting from tilt wall Villain I gasped breathlessly IIII your intend to murder mo at least tell I me your motive for the atrocious act Have you so soon forgotten 1 1 ho said fiercely Vou cheated me out ofof my estate aunt so worked my ruin Is not that enough I have sworn to It avenged amid now the untie IH come I i WIIIIIIIIIHtlllHn raised in voice to shout for help ihe put a gag over my mouth and olTectunlly silenced lay cries Helpless breathless and IIlnllIKt stilled I could only watchl tits preparations for my murder j Tills would do the thing quicker i than I Oslro staid my Mlfappointed I lIuhIIIII K I your prayers you irinnlng hideously as he sjKiko I he went to a cupboard at our end of tl I room and dragged from it a keg by dint of much exertion he managed 1 r I111 JrJiJ Jrol WICK lo get onto the table Standing It on end he speedily knocked ollthi tupat actn exposed its contents iunpmvdcr ho sold ixplunntorll- d dipping his hand into tin barrel mud alI liminjfi the nuilrial to run through his lingers lie Ithen wont back to the rim hoard toad IproducedI candle which I burled half it length in the somberI grain and striking a match deliber ately set light to the wick rNut H bad Idea Is it ho aidcultingly addressing me lime taper w l burn for alKiiit half an hour and you isI aniline yourself III the lmlI II I hill by watching the llaino as it gets nearer and nearer tits jxiwdor When it touches Koodhy to you I1I11 11111 nuttof dour n sew seconds litter told me he wai the street mud I any loft face to fn with certain donth- MyI brain reels as I recall the nwf time thus followedi Slowly but surely candle burned away each flicker of its Ilium bringing mo donor and clow to the fate I tear powerless to avert I writhed and twisted at tilt earls whichI bound mo until my veins wore nigh bursting but without avnil Call for help IIlc1I1 not for the gag tlmt tl wretch bud plaeed over my mouth ren dered breathing Itself n matter of dIl culty cud made shouting an impost liiHtyI brads of perspiration broke out on my foreheadI as more dead than alive ttatthidI tin receding light MilI by hit tho taper dwindled corny until half nn inch of wax rrprnrated mo from my doom The events ofn lifetime crowded into those last fray minutes mud tntnstlxed me with horror He fore mo was reflected as iin a mirror every scone in which I hail every played a part for good or ill ICach particular of my career stood on the canvas limned iiii distinctive outline and the record of nn entire existence was rcenactcd with as much fHolity as if they war the orig trustj nets I was witnessing 1Engrossed J I enchained my mind scorned hold by soon magnetic spell from which there wits no I Ill piISuddenly a flickering at ono of IhlIwindows arrested my attention nnd I like the drowning nnn who catches nt I t stmw f looked toward it half hllJllngII to get rescue from thence lint it nil1t only a moth fretting nt the window pane and sick at heart I turned my l I + nrr away Vvt although nt the moment IIIX peeled it not it was train that Insignifi rout insect that deliverance came There war a fracture in the glass and through it the moth presently careered into the Taunt It flew aimlessly about for a few seconds until attracted uy the luring IIIfM1t sped toward the can dle Hesitating nn Instant it made a ilrclc around the burning wick nnd then with the mad Impetuosity of its aMoies dished headlong Into time flame The fatuous art cost time creature its own life hut it Mivcd minI the hllJlcl completely extinguishing the light a r time when it wanted but a few more uiomcMlH to reach the powder anti ex plodeitTtiis unexpected escape from tuba I looked like certain death had such an ir tired upon my overwrought ucrsea that I Kwooncd right away and when conficlouRiioHS returned to me dayHjht wens breaking Into the room With newed strength I struggled at my bon 1 and nt lust the ring that held theta gave way and I tell exhausted to till groundi Iiiofdow anti utter awhile succeeded In trueting intention Soon utter I was free A clew to the Identity of tl wretch who hurl thus diabolically designed t death wens furnished by a sheet of note paper round In his room It horn t Impress of an address on the outslci 1 Paris nod proceeding thither in t course 1 found iit to be the locale u- be private lunaticI asylum 1cscripti soul I hulubillS established time fact that my assailant hid formerly been an mate of this place hilt had succeeded in making his cheap some time p viously and WIIH entirely lust sight It transpired that he was an 1 lu li man by birth hut had tired fora time Iariswhere he lust a large fortune I gambling This fuel hail caused I mind to give way A feature of his tart ness was the belief that some ono b robbed him of his estates and his 1I111HtII duo solely to his own acts and no one IIItI lit IIIhc fellow persisted in his tale anti rvie dearly believed in It implicitly Sane In till oilier icspecls on hat point he was a dangorns miidinan Nemesis linnlly overtook him for some time litter he met hclllIlh in a railway accident in iormany whither his wandering sir pt seemed to unto led hum Wed his career it now forever closed Titlilts A LONDON RESTRICTION rriiiiliurt tiui1 PriMiliio Tholr alit In All floras A proper roHtrletion is that the rtt Iproncher shall nut carry the Will into ills enemy rump The passerby the parks IU fair gamin If hIloca not like the exhortation addressed to him lie can tune away 1rounbly indeed he would not be In that part of the park1 at all if ho did not wish to hear them Hut there are certain quartern of man groat towns which are virtually ap propriated to special sections of the community There Iis a Jewish qua ter or an Irish quarter thorn may lr oven a Mohammedan quarter It iit mailer of puttee regulation that tlr quarttyI lastIr auroralenrury time mis sionary 11It1 1 is only an ox tension of the prlnclph IIhlll an Knjlishman house Iis hta castle to make a rule thai a Irotostanl preach er shall not uiilioiKini himnelf on ithe subject of the pope In an Irish court muilnl minItl SemitiKin In time local lilulto Jf- mihxhiluntw0fthediwtrictwtrhlokn lirelow wlnit can hi suid ngaiiut their religion they have abunditnl oiiportunitles nil around Ihem They inn find chore until chapels in every direction and if rrstill be strange If on the notice hoardIt fledrn snares of sermons announced which milwill exnetly meet their coif 1ml they have n right to IM protected on theli own doorsteHi nnd to IH cute to of their windows without annoyance ta their cohvletlons SMetntor l3ARt3ERtoThe Alun Vlni Slnixiil tin rrofcfttur Wan Iilbntu th n Cnlling When the professor came into II 11curb the other afternoon his Nrudi countenance was 111111 II III II lId nt re + er points with sticking plaster ami there was a generalI inquiry among hfr friends as to what was the matter brieflyII gut shared asked young Ioundur sym pathetically Its 110flI a man wbu really Is I suppose a littfo tabove being a barber 1 know of my own knowledge that he in an nbunn mi of one of tho loading Amerioan college I that ho studied in Heidelberg after ward mad spent several yenta in other foreign educational centers I lculIIalso of my own knowledge that he lias contributed sellutll1llIrtlcles 0111tWilledaveI among his intimate friends men of till IIIElIIolw1 J lill1II01J1l1AeIa man decently j IHy love exclaimed young Bonn er in astonishment What Ithlllhcraccomplish 111l1I tli tOh he Isnt a barber I proItlsOlII IeI myself this morning N V JournalI Is rideWireIt may be nl very well for rich men todrinkjiecaUsc they can utTord to spend wohUItiro hllInllwklIllI1PIIJlIlllIrlllllCII Weekly IB natarnlisthat 8 renttof the lItthoThe folimesaboutW eggs CATS AS SOUVENIRS 1 ttncof Fellnea That Irart Its AncMtM i iit trtoludopendonco pert f 111As a hlstoricnl souvenir the cat Isf a decided novelty which comes from tlm i sacred abntlotr of rdcpcn encc hall snsthelltiladclJ7hJn2icronl Fometltuo ItIIgo people whoso business took theta through time historic old hall nail tko surrounding squash frequently saw at colony of common looking carts loafing nabout III that rlclnity All these note mats could trkc their ancestors lack hcto n couple of good ratters crutch had IslJltJI introduced into the cellars of tGo Littold hall depopulate the rodoute whlcli 1 uthrived and fattened there The cats nonulso cc an1 Lice came nuisnncci in turn They vero inCUrle for anti fed by a colored man Wowed Charley employed In the sheriffs hlcrlnFldrlf h1cnI 1 Ilulie found jHoplc were willing to par no nUlllisdIfxrdofallbtttauuartwo of till cats lul1hlI few survivors were loft in the hntlj toJthe city hall and took Charley with it HINTSFOR THE HOME LAUNDRY The dilllculty expcriencd by IMUKIV keepers genenilly in hniu Ihog ileac nt hump causes many t ILm cui ill nllord the expense tc feast tlrvt i elutlies In laundries where inferior Map and injurious washing fluleUn IIMeI while if proper attention is trivcn the work it may bo done quite to s 111111 tartly in the home lnumli Assort the clothos dhid flu talle nnd bed IlinoiiI front till wear iti tiipjirol and the line gartnentsfromthedlu- g First iinmorw the chile tar i in hot water and wnali eartuwitht- et Ivory soap AfternllaretaLiatlnkt- he suds put in n tub pour iioiVni lai- ll inr aver them let cool scot LII Hr rear water tint + r In blno rya + v whiri starch and haul on It1I10 tin Tii ml nerd flasher should then lo a i1iel I It tut snini wity without IIIIf When nil nrr dry they Hhoi lrtl- y fiom tin line uptinkied fiM t nly nnd laid in the clothes br1t Tim ironing musf 1M iloni witi 1 ban- tr irons frail the clot lion hmo vi nil 1SU55A R i I iin Witirir Is tliooklost Mi s Arti M old Inntri dual Munduci or JLx1ruT C Mlent TnrBisT i ro teuUnliU otcic rlccll to hor tullIlIImlhll i1n i want U tI e the Jbiit torn lpacw FnIIUO Itlrsiior pima of the oust Trillin to flu IouiH1 In t un World onhllolilj Anent iiiiitl train in thin Tnii M1 ur- II 1 IkPtintnt moil Tlii realer IHIVO nearly ill r hI tee meatrun1 I i infIl eotnpuiys liojui umuTtroii it iient All ihe nl11I oil lumps hire I tvinovou ami lusUail1 limo onuro tn ln IIt user atsHI euIlIfIIlt IICIlruucretiltIIIi roilXntiter IMS xtlireLI c unlit esjMseiiiliy for smrvlcu on train Ni nM s I by whleli ruclo HAms trulIII rim i I between IiiiivwoandOmahnMri I Iii ri III ltUt 1r1 1 Itlew lHtvr ea 8 n m trod 11 TH alltIdf lerlc CalC Mnys ihitt tIn eariiftt t ut n IllICIt 11I811Cf WIOIi l aria tiroinimaInbuilt On lightning hug how fair yir fate i What iuofnl lioins ou jut i You luvMily iiluniinato Gad get no hllltt for gas Firs stopioil true nud porinan nt1 ureit lilinrxltlMltt VtieiUiio ln KUNI tn1 hstlulalu- x IrorinlltiunlursoumtMuK laNUSwxx at ougliliijf sbqKVlbq fislexlluuenfllorchnuutluul1relikes CUIa lU 1 11 minute F r+ Ir ni Imllnn takon fold he Id liable to ft tho whuoiiinir cough K iF Hulls tulurrli Guru 4 Is a Coastliiitional Cure 1riivTI 4 rim15ot OATiiruivo TnJua tn thMol Itrluam ealthIrapofsiJjJo ilhcut pjrhcatihrroo rurlnca HoodsSarsaparilla Tho bt tIn fact the One True Illood purIne HoodB Pills for the liver anti bowels to Ilea Awry taliruD TanaiU Dewt1n 11m4 Noll D dmtttfate Iiil 1 i1 C 00 I i hi IRJJJSA CilFUL SERMON By Rev T DeWitt Tm3ge DO on 1ithe Story of Josephs Riser 11rwnlno Alirohit In tho I mnt Vtinn Jitcobi j 8une went Ion to E 7ltJtNrph- 1srnedf Them to llrlnu MinjMulu the Nest Tim rWlthfhtln Suffer i1 J fit Dr Tnlmnges text was Genesis xllli il gt And Jiutnh spoke unto him say t4 log The man did solemnly protest un Ye shall nut- theyouf tounlessyour brother bo r Nothing to eat Plenty of corn In Egypt but ghastly famine In Canaan The cattle moaning in the stall11enI women and children awfully white with hunger Not thu fatting of ono crop for 01 e summer but the failing of all crops for seven years A nation dy ing for that which is so common on your table nodso little appreciated J the product of Intrvest field and grist mill cud oven the price of sweat and anxiety and struggle breadl Jacob the father has the last report from the Hourbin and he finds that everything is out and he says to 1 iis sons Hoys hook up the 11W1lfons surd start for Egypt and get us something to cat The fart was there was a grrat corn crib in Egypt The people of Egypt have been largely taxed in all ages at tho present time paying 1 M ween 70 and 80 per cent of their pr ducts to the government No wonder u that tinge they mud a large corn erlb nod it was full To that evil they came from the regions around aboutthose who were famished H we paying for the corn in money when tu money was exhausted pay Ing for the corn in sleep anti cattle niul horses anti camels and when they were exhausted then selling their own bodies and their familloK into slavery I ho morning1 for starting out on the crnsadi for bread has arrived lacuh gets his 1ainily up very early Hut before the elder son start they say something that trke t him tremble with emotion front head to foot and hurst into tears Tlii fart was that theme ehertin + hud we before been in Egypt to get corn ant they hail been treated somewhat roughly the lord of the corn erib supplying them with corn but saying at the close of the inter view Now you need not comeback Leas for guy more corn unless you brliur smietliing better than money ern yniir younger brother ilea jatuin Ah lC niamin that very name was mjrgstivo of nil tenderness The tnotiier had died at the birth of that son n punt coming and another spirit going and the very thought of parting with Henjnmin must have been a heart break The Ueepor of this cnrncnbI nevertheless says to thc rldr suns There iIii no needof JMIT conning up hOle any more fur con unless you can bring Honjn luin your fathers darlingowla ool ind his family wore very much in need of bread but what n struggle it would be to give up this son The Ori entals were vory demonstrative in their grief and i hear the outwaillng of tin fathor as these elder sons keep reitiTiiting in his ears the announce intMit of the Kgyptian lord Ye shall not M J my face unless your britT bj with yon Why did i u toil him you had a broth if says the old man complaining nod chiding them Why father they slid he asked us all about our family and wo had no idea that he would make any such demand upon us as he has made No use of asking ImI said the father loan not I will not give up lienjamin The fact was that the old man had lost children and when there has been bereavement in a household and a child taken it makes the other children in the household more precious So till day for de parture was adjourned and adjourned and adjourned Still tho horrors of the famine increased and louder moaned the cattle amid wide open cracked the earth and more pallid her came tho cheeks until Jacob in de spair cried out to his sons Take lien jiunin and bo off The older sons tried to cheer up their father They said We have strong arms and n stout heart and no harm will come to Hen Jatnin Well see that he gets buck molar Farewell said tit young turn to the father in a tone of assumed good cheer Fnrowoll l said the old man for that word hits more quav ers in it when pronounced by tho aged than by the young Well the bread party the bread em bassy drives up in front of the corn- crib of Egypt These corn cribs url illicit with wheat nnd barley and corn in the husk for modern travelers In those lands both in Canaan and in Egypt toll us there Is corn there cor responding with our Indian maize Banal the journey Is ended The Lord of the corn crib who is also tho Prime Minister comes down to the newlyarrived travelers and says Dine with mo today How U your father Is this lionjamin the younger brother whose presence I de manded Tie travelers urn Introduc ed into the palace They are worn hud bcdustod of tho way and serventa como In with a basin of water in one hand nnd a towel in the other and kneel down before the newly arrived travelers washingoft tho dust of tho way The butchers and poulterers and caterers of tho prime minister prepare the re In smallpast The guests are acated groups two or threo mt a tablo tho 4 1 f Mrfoodon pyrr fromImperial Jthoro1 JJI IItcri t ngnlnstjll1I1njaminj Kill 111111in I ofthoowntablelof his guests and ho sends a portion to each of them but portionquaintly it wnslivetheirslieswiftest enamel to Canaan to old Jacob heisI yptiatu IClLlhhnttinyYcyourbrother fnnuIne 1 a kdyingi I that it dues nut can not feed a mans heart WIS well illustrated in the life of time Kngltsh comedian All tho world honored Itinudid everything for him that tie world could do Ito was upII plauded in 1 England and applauded in the United Stones He roused up na tions into laughter lie had no equal And yet although many people Itn III posed him entirely happy and that sutisfyimighis1 rover In my life put on a new hat that it did nut ruin and ruin it 1 IInever went out in a shabby coat bo cutifeo it wa raining and thought nil who tend the choice would keep Indoors I that the sun did oat route out III its strength rind liiugout with it all the butterflies fashion whom 1 knew and who knew me 1 never consented to accept a part 1 limited out of kindness to another that I did not get hissed by the pub lie mind emit by the writer I could not take a drive fur a few minutes with Terry without being overturned and having my elbow broken though 1111I friend gut oil unharmed I could not make a covenant with Arnold whiuh 1 thought WitS to matte Hiv fortune with out making his Instead than in an in crediblyl short signer of UIIHl thuds U mouths I earned for him i0000 and for myself il 1 am pertundcd that if I were ever to setup as s baker everyone in my ncighliirhood would leave itt outing bread That was the lament of thin worlds comedian mind joker All min happy limo world did everything for Lord heron that it could do and yet in hit lost moment he asks a friend to come and sit uown by him and rood as most appropriate to his east the story of The lilifiling Heart Torrigiuno the sculptor executed after months of cure and curving Madonna nnd the Child Thu royal family conic in and admired it lEverybody that looked at it wns in eestaey but one day after all that toil and all that admiration because he did not get as much com pensation for his work as ho hud expected he took a mallet cud dashed the exquisite sculpture lute atoms TIll world IIs poor com pensation poor satisfaction poor sol ace Faminei famine In all tho earth tint for seven years but for 0000 lint blessed be Moil there is a cornerlb The lull built It It is in another land It is a largo place An angel once measured it and as fur as I can calculate it in one phrase that corncrib is 1500 miles broad and lrOO high mend it Is full Food for mill nations Oh soy the people we will start right away and get this supply for onr soul limit stop a moment for from tho keeper of that corncrib there comes this word sitying1ou shall not see my face except your brother be with you In other words there is no such a tiling as getting from Heaven pardon and comfort and eternal life unless we bring with us our divlno brother time Lord Jesus Christ Coming with out Hint we shall fall before we reach the corncrib and our bodies shall bo a portion for tit jackals of the wilder ness but coming with the Divine Jesus1 nIl tilt granaries of Heaven will swing open before our soul and abundance shall be given us Wo shall bu invited to sit in the palace of th KingI and at the tumble and while the Lord of Heaven Is apportioning from His own tablo to other tables He will not forget UK and then and there will be found that our Belljl1mllls tress is larger tllllll Jill the others for so It ought to he 1Yorthy Is the Lamb that was slain to receive blessing and riches and honor and glory and power I want to make three points Every frank and commonsouse man will ac knowledge himself to bo n sinner going to do with yourWhat are you sln1 Have them pardoned you say How Through tho mercy of Sod What do you mount by the mercy of Cod IH It the letting down of a bar for tho admission of all without re sped to character Ho not deceived I secu soul coming up to the gato of mercy anti kumoelchigat the frft crilof heavenly supply aril It voice from oJIono Time1 sluti within says net replies All alone rue voice from within says You shall not Wo my pardoning face unless your divine Hro her tho Lord Jesus bo with you Ito that Is the point at which so many discomfited Thero Iis no mercyI are through Jesus Christ from trod except Comingvth hint wo are accepted Coming without him wo ore rejected 7kur iw s 1stsr put ijiRh In his Runt cerm trm o before tho high priests whoa ho thun tiered forth Neither is thorn salvation In any other There U nbothcr name given under Heaven among mcnwheren by wo innbo saved Oyhnxldus sin uerl 0 dying sinner 010lt sinner all you hero got to do is to have this divine Ilea jtunin along with you Side by aide coming to tho gate nil tho openbeforeAm 1 right in culling Jesus lienja rain U yes Itachol livedonly long enough to give a name to that child and with n dying kiss she called him llenont Afterward Jacob changed lteujannluTime0 was Son of My 1aln The meaning of tho name tho father gave wits Son of My Itieht Hand And wits not Christ tho Sot of 1aln All the sorrow gnyoherers was as nothing compared with time struggle of God when lie gave up His only Son ami was not Christ appropriately called Son of tho lllght hunch Itlllot Stephen look Into Heaven timid see Him standing at time right hand of Ooel And dues not Paul speak of hint as standing at tho right hand of Gad making Intercession for its 0 llenjn mln Jesus Sun of pang Sun of vie tory Tho deepest emotions of onr souls ought to bu stbreditt time pound of that nomenclature In your pray ers plead Ills tours Ills fiiilVerlnfifs His sorrows mind ills death If yon re fuse to do it all time corn cribs and pal aces of lien HII will bo bolted mill burred against your soul and a voice froth the throne shall stun you with the annonneemunt You shall not new my face except your brother be with you MyI text also miggents the rcnsoti why ho many people do not got say real comfort You meet ten popli nlneof then lire in need of some kind of con dolence There IU something in their health or in their state or in drone domestic condition that demand + kym pathyt And yet most of time worlds sympathy itmounU to absolutely nothing People go to time wrong crib or they go In the wrong way When the plague was In Uouiv n great ninny yenrs ago there were HO men who chanted thiMHselvcH to death with the lit aiiics of Uiregory the lest literally chanted theniMlves to death cud yet It did not stop the plague And nil time muni of thisI world ran not hint the plague of the human heart 1 come to sonic one whoso ailments arc chronic and 1 say In Heaven you will never be sick That duck not give you much comfort What you want IU a soothing powor for your present distress Lout children havo you I come to you and toll you that In trim yettrslwrlutims you will immttt those lowed tiles before the throne of iod nut there is but little condolence in that tine day In time year with them timid tout years is iv small eternity What you want is sympathy now present help 1 como to those of you who have lost dear friends and say Try to forget theta Do not keep time departed always in your mind How can you forget them when every ilgure in the carpet nnd every book and every picture and every room culls out their names Suppose I como to you II n1 say bywaV of condolence 5od is wise Oh you Sill That gives me no help Suppose I como to you and seymid fronton eternity huts arranged this trouble Ah you say that docs me no good Then t say With time swift feet of prayer go direct to the corncrib for a Heaven Ily IlpplyUII go You say Lord help me Lord comfort me Hut no help yet No comfort yet It Is all dark What Is tho matter I havo found You ought to go to iod and say Here Oh Lord are the wounds of my soul and 1 bring with mo the wounded Jesus Let Ills woun spay for my wounds Ills be rIm eIII IH hi for my bereavements Ills loneliness for my loneliness Ills heartbreak for my heartbreak Oh Cod for the sake of the Lord Jesus Christ the Sod thin man time Henjn min time brother deliver my agonised soul Oh Jesus of tho weary foot ease my fatigue Oh loses of the itch ing Ihead Until my aching hftnd Oh Jesus of the Hethany sisters rolI away the stone from the door of our grave That Is the kind of prayer that bringn help and yet how many of you nro getting no help at till for the reason that thorn Is in your soul perhaps a ecrot trouble You unity never havo mentioned to a single human our or you may havo mertioned it to someone who Is now Bono Sway unit that great sorrow Is still In your soul After Washington Irvinguvus dead they found n little box that contained a braid of hair and n miniature and the iiittno of Matilda Hoffman and a memoran damn of her dual and a remark sonic thing lilt this Tho world after that was n blank to me 1 wont Into tho country lint found no pence In solitude 1 tried to get Into society but I found no ponce In society There has been n horror hanging over mo by night anti by day nnd I am afraid to bo alone A G HUMAN physician says that Stan ley owes tho fact that he alone ol those who rondo up his party han ho long survived the most dangerous of his African trips to his having submitted live tunes ton transfusion of Afri can blood into his reins which Is be lieved in Africa to b a great Iujd tn tie climuSintinu- Y I Y f i CHEERSHTIiLaER Colorado Sonntor lutskel sn Ktmicut Appeal for llliimtHtlUiu Senator Henry M Teller on the overt Ing of August 31 delivered before the Hryun nnd Sewnll dub of Colorado Springs the only political address h1 will make In Colorado during the pren emit campaign Ills reception wins rather unique from the feet that Colorado Springs Is time center of what McKinley nentlment there IIs In that state rut silver men cull the city Little London partly because of the English popula tlon there amid also because of tins Me Klnley spirit This In n measure ne counts for the monster demonstration accorded Senator Toller by loyal silver IteH of thfI My The Niiprenie room nnd Income tax issues raised by the Chicago platform were handled by tit speaker in lilt usual dry argumentative style nnd he spoke In tours of contempt of the Indi anaHlls convention characterizing It ns a Htoolpiguon to Patch votes thai might otherwise go Ito llryiui rather thrum to MeKlnley Senator Teller Ig nored the MeKlnley letter of neceptaiue entirely He eulogized Hryan and do eland that lit was the equal of any presidential candidate nominated In this country during the hist 10 year Hlnlne nut exeepted- We must do ourduty to the financial question said Mr Teller for If we Kitlle It here we will Hntlo It through out tit world If we could strip this quetloomI of NirtKiiiiNhp YOU would llnd n great majority of this country In favor of blnietnlllNin Thu Ire eolnnge of both metal is min new theory IItt was n MicceiN tumid It WHS not It full tire We nroiM Hi no doubt fill eviHrhncnt Wi IONLY WANTING DHMOCIIATIU intIt NKIIAIH on lend to CKNKIIAI WITH tliuts11uitI n fellowgenoralH h lisle thou we return to the proxjmroiiH times prior to 1871 J1 am asked what has pros pered on thu double Hlnndiml I rnnec Silt iimlnluliiK hilt 100000 tOO of with 1100000000 of erinany ins preeminently prosperous under a silver standard moot from 1812 to IHTI when she abandoned silver null took to u Mull Htundord liiilln went tot nllvnr hauls and IIIIH nipde more prog mess since 1H35 thnn suit ditlM the pre Maus lilh years 1rcHldcnt l In anti his coiinselMN say Wo do act want to we lime loped States go to fret coinage rciuiHc we not advance its we mini now 11111111 rare who It IH that says that the coinage of will drive put tit gull W4 are told Itint JotVcrHon stopped the coinage of nlhor dollars hcciiiiHc of the idirliluigc of till That IIs true beinw they were Ibeng exported lint silver half dollar were coined hud wen Ifgal tender tint one ammo In n thnnwind sliver had been do i tonetlcd two nflor the net of 187H No American citizen It That not furred anil promulgated by an cnetttybf the human race Chocm 1 think we all agree that It inns an unfortunate net Think of It S3 years constantly falling priers Our 70000000 people ought to I the he hnppIcHt people on I find them povertystricken I111llrJ oncthlid without moans of supporting shestI toll you after 20 years of thought and study trouble mixes trout n deficient monetary gyMcm I Pud that nation that has Abandoned this standard IH in the same rnndltlon poverty In 188C n com mission wan appointed In England to fnd was the matter with Iteming tinted They nay If you go to free coinage you will got n 50ecnt dollar ThoMt x lean dollar IIn not ft flOcent dollar It It a 10cent dollar When the Mexican dollar reaches the United Stoles It IH worth limit cents because it IIs simply silver bullion If you glue nil the forum of money the greenback silver gold dollars nil the some functions the- yr i J i w1111wtualttrlttubysilesndtwii1Inl s deprocltittt until nil do Jittt I have Mtlti I enough DM that 1 0 not m1utullr f me I do not want i o jfd to a nllvcr baali hut If we have to go to one metal then let It bo shirr Cheers r SYCOPHANT COOKRAN Au lugrHto Who JII lilting the Hand Ma That Fed Him A Whatever the faults of flounce Cook ran and are many whatever hit virtues and they are fowno man can deny hint possession of unlimited nerve Perhaps gull would lo time bettor worth albeit slangy It strikes runtPmany TlinoH that his proposal to joint debate with William J Urynn nomlnn + Ml for prcHldent by the greatest j nrty this country has ovcfknownwnaI as solid n piece of impudence OH It has encountered In ninnyn day If all tho natives County Sllgo were an Im pertinent the remainder of time world would IH kept lousy kicking them until the wan worn out Cockrtn came to this Country ninny yearn ago lmvoverlnlHvd but with tho Instinct of the mendicant he nav = 1 ho linked for he got he accepted with that profusion of thanks fur which the nitinborn of till ltagied Legion are Many men nut yet pent K prime remember hurt min hi was In those days As a borrower ho tuns expert und nil n consumer of liquor unnur pnxsod lie would erons the street In n driving vlorm and wade Inrnngh to his to npoak In n man with money If he tend gone In for heraldry his coal of arms would hivo been n hot tie neared with n eorknerew and I lHnohnhoo his aunt In The mnns olouueiieo him ONE THING t III chorus Como our gallant army wo you victory or death TUB Smt bit wo lumen any antis country Take silver gold could ping tdlvor currency knew that years knew of was earth them our every other of what trade SO tanil alone they enter of of brood What What noted their slush kiioon matte IrlendH Ho became aetle an a work er In the lower Htrnttim of lolltlclI Snbhcqiiently ho Was adopted by Tam many JloHiildI that he WIIMII democrat and that orgaiilatloii which stands reiuly alwayn to aid struggling talent took him up It advanced him step by tep1sJ members aided him Individ rally and collectively It sent him to national eoiiventtonn and to eongrcHH It alTordcil him every opportunity tone quirt faun and wealth Ho ncqiilnd hem Tninmany made lini All that ho inn today every sited of repiitn lion every squat re Inch of ntamling but t ho ryes cf decent men hu OWCH to Tarn many There in a yellow streak In Cock ran In the expresMivr vornnciilar of tho wont that he 1111111111114111111 hrllttleslie- will not do to tie to Jk IH nut true Ho accepted TammanyH fiod nail cloth hug and hen hit till 1 and that fed him If asked lit I opinion of Cockron any leader of the famon organlxatlon will give It with ease and freedom They know him Ills present at tit tide In IT kroplng with hlH natnio Ho In loud in ahum of for ncr party aHNoelaton and friends he In hand In glory with McKlnloy IMattand others ivlnm he once loudly nbiinod That IIIttI whirls jiromhxn most for Cockran In the shim upon which Cockrnn will olwayn be found No obligation In curred hinds him no faith keeps him Itrue Xo sense of gratitude sways mis lightest action He linn no feeling of obligation no faith and no gratitude 7Itl51IIn the man who with nn effront cry HO brazen thM It contains on etc ment of liinnor challenged William Ten nlngn Hryan to n joint debnteTnr1= + many Times Coy Altgeld wnnlH to know how long we would hart lad to watt for mile pendence If we tend depended tiponKn Inniln connent to it Thin IH n problem t that Mr McKIiUey should work opt nod nnHwer In one pf his Hpeecke Tim aentlment In fntor of Atrrrleett Ilide pendcncc In Knglainl TNM NUyM- tr IIIC AtJlnt Jqjl i efthiuietinlH lttp- powSG LnulrUprubhlaI j rOI 1 f l c d triVo- nn i7iTh r r KJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO- LATE STATE NEWS 66oooooooooooooooooooo Owenton for fourteen years under 1lo cal option Iluw decided by a vote of 1 15 to C2 to return to the license system Tho PulnstI board of contest has d sided thnt the local option election held August 3 is valid and they have dismUscd the contest The pencil crop is all harvcxtcd nil the Milton Aiunn estimates that at len tn 100000 was left in Trimble county from the sale of poncho A little son of Robert Glover a wellj to do furmcr of near Farmers Rowan county will lose an eye from accident ally jabbing n penknife into the eye ball While rolling loge into the Licking river in Elliott county Milliard Rose was caught beneath a huge oak stick and had both legs crushed in a horriii ble manner Diphtcrla Is causing a scare among the school children of Covington Sevc cases were traced to one school room anti tinny parents are keeping their children at home The major of Augusta found in hIs front yard the right arm of a woman with the shoulder llllo attached The member was well preserved nod how itA came there is a mystery Front Vanccburg comes the report thn great droves of nqiiirrels are eating u Ip the corn fields They are HO thick that one man killed thirty scarcely 1110I ing in his tracks during tho timeI1ndticnh ministers have formedn 11 organizatiim to improve the morals of I the community and I hove mule begin ring by agitating the question oftlillIud iiMoclation of charities for tin winter I Judge Lewis Appcrson null Judge I Frank Day hud a fight while conducting I II ease before Judge Cooper at Mt Sterl fug timid the latter sentenced each of lhcmI to three IIOUM in jail for contempt of court I Mrs Jennie Smmiier wits awarded verdict of ttli00 against the L C XI railway Wednesday at Danville Her husband Juhn Khumaker who was brakeman in tho employ of time company was killed by cars last winter near XewI Hope John and CJeorgo Reeve+ sentenced to the penitentiary for thirty one years for burning time poatofHco and about huff the village of Tompkinaville escaped from r tho pen Tuesday night at Frankfurt They got hold of a ladder in some way I and scaled time walls In tho United States district court a t Frankfort this week was filed tho hinges a land suit for years in tho state IIt WII1If for JJUOI acres of land in Knox conntII rued is claimed under a patent to o a Lewis in ISiti Over two hundred per sons now live on the prulortIIRev S11numbs of Perry county1 was convicted of false swearing and ilenIItenced to the penitentiary He went to Frankfort without a guard Ho exnl l plained to the governor that he was victim of the Perr feuds andlI 0brollghtollicials for Worthingtoi proniPtlt j pardoned him and sent him hOIllp OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8NEWS NUGGETS 8 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO To visit old friends nt Coldwater I liiehs South Dakota ulna mode a l journey of 1050 mills by wagon At Maryville Mo a St Bernard dog attacked a party of children and two were so severely injured that they willI die The Venezuelan boundary courlnissio- is r about ready to niako its report and England will be required to giro up thet distill ted territortlLothair yon Faber of iho great pOll cilmaking fatuity of Xurcmburg left at his death half a million dollars to beautify that city to Francis Sonic 00 nUll Mrs Nancy Is Mnnnhnn 55 were married at Angola a Ind last week They are on an cx tonded bridal tour of Au immense bed of ore has been dlmcovered near fount Tacoma Wash which shows gold silver copper nick el cobalt and arsenic It is said the ore will aswy 300 per ton in gold mills silverw1 There are In tho United States 225 and 000 Indians at present and of these at about 60000 como under tho designation Of civilized Indians Mxedaml 190000 4 o INr are barbarian Indians or savages uu taxed A monster eel became wedged into the water main which feeds the turbine nt Inglmm Spring Pa paper mill and stopped 1 the machinery A long rako handle after much difficulty dislodged ctho eel It measured 10 inches in cir cumfcrenco in its thickest part and was 2J feet long Finding his young and pretty wife in criminal intimacy with W P herguw wealthy farmer near Piano III Peter Heins n farm laborer emptied the lnn I tents of his revolver into the guiltyl couple instantly killing Verguson and j inflicting injuries upon his wife whl t will undoubtedly prove fatal He su rendered himself to to the officers A great hurricane which bind its orl1 gin in tho gulf swept across the At antic coast last week It struck the United States at Cedar Keys Fla de vacating that city and in its onward sweep destroyed several smaller towns in Florida Savannah Ga was also propnerrs and loss of life reported Phil adelphia Pa Washington D Cno many other places were victims of ti storms ravages SUMMARIZED Prominent Kentucky flanker Sizes Up the Situation ClnIpbankers ot this country anti who hat for the greeter part of his life been tOIl nected with the Northern Hank of Ken tricky as a governing officer which bank was chartered by the State of Kentucky in 18115 anti huts continued its chartert under state law up to tho present time bus passed through all of the financial troubles since its organization including the cit al war without ever retuning to pay a lawful demand on presentation now presents to the people his opinions formed frsm experience and great study on the present financial situation in a pamphlet of 70 pages called Sound Money What Is ItY All voters should rend it We give a quotation from tho addenda of tho secondedition viz bringingIwealth into use Therefore the services the laborer is of prime importance and should be awarded accordingly Capital Is secondary as a help in pro dicing wealth rind therefore should not bo exalted obese labor Money Represent i the exchange hOt twcen time two factors and as tho volume of money is increased you must certainly increase the price of labor nod thus bet ter the condition of tho laborer With gold as the only standard the volume of tacne cannot be augmented and thereI prices of products anti labor cannot increased even if full confidence rt aIIlr restorede Duhts Existing debts amounting to least 10000 00l000 roust bo paid1 without rebate or reduction With eat prices and money conditions can we thorn j IIl1terllItOulIlI of our indebtedness bo paid which at the lure average 1000II annually n largo part of which be paid to a foreigni people andI his without regard to the prices of or labor Taxes Which octet grow Iless and1 lire now enormous must be paid without reduction What do they amount to National state county and municipal Fixed ChargesAuIof these items that have named mire fixed charges againstt labor and tho monetary conditions will1 I not change them Living There are 70000000 of peo pie to feed anti clothe with many other incidental expenses some part of whichI expense Is aflectcd by money conditions bte t procured by labor Will tho millions of toilers surrender independence and dignity by aiding I debase themselves in fixing upon this nation tho single gold standard Y If IliS a farmer should abandon a por lion of the best of my farm and allow it b go to waste you would cull me foolish not that exactly what the advocates of gold standard would do with our grout silver mining interest Single gold standard means an increase J tho rate of interest to all borrowers of on account of tho decreased V volume of in tnSinglesurrender the control of our financial ell to a few brokers in New York ho then can dictate their own terms conditions or stop specie payments any time within 30 days as they could control all of the available gold STOP AND TIIINKIr U it t C HelpIs needed by poor tired mothers or worked nnd burdened with care debtI tated and run down because of poor thin and impoverished blood Help is needed by tho nervous sufferer tho men nnd women tortured with rheumatism neu ralgia dyspepsia scrofula catarrh 1I I QUlCICIytl j I I l When Hoods Sarsaparllla begins to cn rich purify anti vitalise the blood and sends it in n healing nourishing anti g orating iltrenm to the nerves muscles nnd nrI usoII HoodsI J jI Sarsaparilla 11j IathcOnoTnmltlondlnrlaerAlldnlgglstsI Prepared only hCI IHood fi Co Lowell Mavs1I I nro the only pills to to llOOUS HlllS wltnlluoUsSaManarllla SALEtoNecessity compels me to collect nil that in owing to me 10 that I clue debts tl I owe All who are indebtedlIar not make settlement with me nt handsI1I1I1- mill 1 i find their notes or account in tho ofliccr for collection I want to sell nil I the real estate I own and have control of if consisting of two houses and lots in Camp IfllrlllI r I from Campton anti four lots in Walnut Grove Kv Will sell on easy term1 I IXSzJulJA1J1JUL1tEJ1j l1 J I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY 8S3TSurcery and obstetrics specialty 11 How J S Fochueimer of Clacinna Became a Sliver Advocate 1111I I was a strong believer in tho single gold standard until some months ago j Ukllown1 U Iinduced to study the money question 1 f Senator Forakcr nod I really belicoI that I owe my conversion to the free 1 silver doctrine to himThu little group of friends who surrounded JIrl Fechheimcr requested that he tell tl whole story uhich ho did as follows telJ I i Ibis tiny after congress had acted on I the recommendation of 1resideiit Clot land asking it to insert the word go in tho bonds that ho wanted to IS UIjI but which was refused Iwas takil lunch at the St Nicholas with 1G1 C81dtt elh11u were discussing tho action i of congrcr Had I asked the may how ho would have voted had he been i congress at thintiinc I would 11111 voted to insert tlio word goldsai Caldwcll because it would stave tl1enr people JUiOOOOOO in interest as thesyn ICPllti I golda While we were talking Senator For IIrllkerI himI If you had Leon Iin congress Senator how would you have ulelIfor coin bonds or gold hoods t For coin bonds of course promptly answered 11llwI j tionist Governor t I inquired Mt wouldnt a gold bond save a great I of interest to the people l Not at C1I1jIjj tttb answered time senator If those bonds 1hcl other outstanding bonds would have to bo paid the and the tlohetime agree with tho views of Senator St Foraker nail plainly told him so lie lIyou rend Coins Financial School and1 hen you will talk diflercntly I have one at the house and will send it down to you I declined because I told him could get one at Hawloys I thought it di8tiuguiahclicpublican went to reading and have come to tho conclusion tout this country can never o prosperous on a single gold standard Mr Fechheimcr also stated that the other tiny he met Senator Foraker on tho street and asked him if he meant StNlcholnst couldEnquirer fANTEiSI1IIt1L PAITJlnr mx- ur women to travel for responsible es house In Kentucky Salary 7 U- ayable 15 weekly and expenses Portion permanent lleforenco Enclose selfnddress envelope Tho National 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