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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 t n i 111113 J SR HERALDEstablished r Y In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max CVRell p + PtHCER COOPER Owner and EditorI Of a xuy World With News From AH NMio Lambrlater at lllla Backs 1100 A YEAR Atwatrln Advance 1i TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY illTHURSDAY OCTOBER 15 1890 NUMBER 29 IfSasy to Take asy to Operate Are features peculiar to IIooUs Pills Small fIn size tasteless efficient thorough As ono r- aauHoodslouneverknowyou PillsoftrI 1 proprietors The only pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No 5 STATIONSI I lluily I Daily Sunday ex I I Lexington 10 00 nm 4 35 pm Avon i at am 3 55 pin Winchester i 10 tun 2 Ci pm Flrlie18 r 4 lUll 2 00 pm 37 am 1 10 pili- CIyl City8 19 urn 11 40 uni Stanton S 10 utii 11 20 rem Flltonr 7 fi nm 10 48 nm Dundee 7 1311111 10 Ii tun Sit Bridge 7 38 am 110 07 tau Torrent I 7 24 am 0 35 nm Btittfve Jcl 7 03 nor 8 25 nm Three FksC G 53 urn 8 00 am Athol G 32 am- Elkatawa 7 18 nm I G OS am 6 30 u- mJackson65 00 am J 10 nm EAST BOUND I No 6 8TATIO Daily ex SINo2 Sunday lexington I 2 20 pm 0 30 am Avon 2 17 pm 7 08 ara Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am Fiirlie 3 21 pm 8 54 am Indian Flds 3 37 pm 9 24 am Clay CityJ 3u5 pm 11 45 am pmFilsonI pmNatBrldgerl pmBeattyvej j pmAtholpmJicksonNos 1 and 2 arrive nnd depart from Ct- O Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Netherland J D LIVINGSTON Vice Pres nnd Gen Man CIIAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent t IIL- NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 000 II 800 000 14 1000 700 ter 2000 1500 rte 10000 7500 FINE DIAMQND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at DOc and upward1 fino Clocks at 350 and upward- A line of Sterling Silver mid Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near Pi 0 LEXINGTON KY Why not be your awn Kiddleman Pay but ono profit between maker and jUltonoOur Bar Guide proves that Its possible Weighs 24 pounds 12000 Illustrations describes and tells tho one proat prlceot over 40000 articles overythtng you uso wo send It for 15 cents thats not for tho book but to Pay part of tho postnJo or express ergo and keep off Idlers You cantgot it too quick t MONTGOMERY WARD coin The Store ol All the People U e Michigan Ave Chicago 1 THE OLD SILVER DOLLAR Parody on TheOaken Uuckct BY n C KINO How dear to my heart are the thoughts lime Ir past When fond recollection presents them to view How I worked In my shop while my trade came in fast And I and my workmen had plenty to do For the old silver dollar Our timid bright dollar The bright silver dollar Good for me and for you witr1 h plenty Our anvils kept ringing from sun until sun We worked with a will mud cared not for tiring For good paywas sure when ourdays work was dour With the old grceiibackdollar Our daddys good dollar The bright silver dollar Just sixteen to one As days rolled on nod seasons passed by us How we counted our profits after debts were all paid And laid the foundation of hope for the future With no thought of disaster or of eer be- Ing dismayed Oh I the old silver dollar Our daddys bright dollar Our sixteen to our dollar Now laid in the shade But now far removed from that God give n blessing The tear of regret does intrusively swell And we hope for in vain what we should be possessing And are mocked as by demons whose about is in hell Oh I the old silver dollar Our daddys bright dollar The sixteen to one dollar We all love so well The gold bugs are sucking like vampires and leeches The lifeblood of our nation causing misery and shame- Upholding the laws that common sense teaches Was enacted by pirates though in honors fair name Robbing us of our dollar Our honest good dollar Sixteen to one dollar Of worlds widest fame Shall our people grow poorer while God iin Ills goodness Is smiling with plenty from hilltop andI dale Will lie not hear the cry of His children r Does lIe not care for their bitterest rail Oh I give us our dollar Our honest good dollar Our free silver dollar It never cnn fail Shall our farmers be robbed by these sharks of the devil And toil without pay for year after year Sinking lower and lower till below a slaves level They east ofT their bondage and throw awn fearOh I give us our dollar Our free silver dollar The sixteen to one dollar Of which we all hear Ob God I may we ask Thee for wisdom and powlr- Toredeem our good nation from saddest despair Oh I save our great country from that sad1 dest hour When the shriek of the shell shall again fill1 the air Restore us our dollar Our bright American dollar Our sixteen to one dollar So bright and so fair Think It Over Have you ever heard of a medicine with such a record of cures as Hoods Sarsaparilla Dont you know tha Hoods Sarsaparilla the One True Blood Purifier has proved over nnd over again that it has power to cure even after all other remedies fail If you have impur- blood Hoods Sarsaparill- with you may take I the utmost confidence that it do you good Hoods Pills assist digestion 25 cents FAIrIlFUI MEN- TEDSEYIRIITA I for omen to travel for responsible ell tobllshed house In Kentucky alary 780- payable 15 weekly and expenses Position Reference Enclose selfaddresJ gldingChicago EXCERPTS From the Money Supplement oft Pennsylvania Grit What is Said by Business Men Con trractors Workiii Men aid Others 01 the mosey Qaestlon READ AND PONDERI We republish number of letters from persons representing different businessI industries in the various states and all speak in time fullest terms giving their reasons why the free coinage of sliver should be adopted in tho United independent of any other nation IT MKANH HETTEtl CONDITIONS I am a naturalized citizen Born i England I came here in 1880 to escape the same financial of afltiira then existing there that are rapidly being installed in the United States For many years realized what it was to have the money kings more powerful thanI the government under which I lived Iallwns I brought face to face with n moneyed aristocracy and God save America from being cursed in that way There is not an English miner in the state of Pennsylvania who docs not know what a money aristocracy means They know there iis no freedom under sucha class The life of a toiler under such conditions is not as happy as was that of the American negro in the days of slavery I live in slavery today In writing these few lines to Grit I would be glad to have my name appear in full were it not that to sign it would mean my discharge from the mine in which I work for it tins already been whispered around that the man who votes for Bryan will be the first to go should it be necessary to decrease time number em ployed Iam of the belief that the election of Bryan nail Sewall mesas the free coinage of silver and time free coin ago of silver means better work Iin the mines and therefore more money and what is of more importance it will bring political freedom to ninny today who dare not give free expression to their political views o 0 o OOIn AND SILVKR ARE MONEY Gold ntH sller nre our money Wo have a double standard I appeal to history to otherIcountry in tho short period of 83 years spring from 13 weak unimportant colonies to n confederacy of states powerful enough to dictate terms to the greatest empire on the face of the globo Did any other country issue a money backed at time time of its issue by no intrinsic value and yet have that money accepted in every part of the globe at its face value or at a premium 1 Did any other country in 83 years increase time volume of her commerce onethird as much as hadyour standard of government been raised when tho few leaky boats which carried our commerce before the revolution no longed sufficed but thousands upon thousands of the best heat that American shipbuilders could construct took their place Now tho question arises To what was this prosperity due To what is the prosperity a nation duo To what To its money I So its plainly seen that to tho bimetallic standard wo arc Indebted for those 83 years of prosperity prior to tho demonetization of silver in 1873 and far the 26 years of disaster wo have had since time demonetization of silver in 1873 we can curso tho mono metallic standard o e- 1y0lJLD REVIVE IUAINE99 silotver because I believe it will revive tho business industries of tho country which have been BO long dormant Time success of our manufacturers depends entirely agriculturaligreat staples that come into competition with tho cheapest labor in the world When the prices of theo staples are low the farmer and time planter are deprived of the means of buying tho conveniences and necessities which labor produces in our factories This hurts not only time farmer but time manufacturer merchant and laborer while there Is no decrease in taxes interest fixed charges mort gages bonded indebtedness rents otc Time commercial value of an ounce of silver is about 69 cents Under free coinage the value will bo 12 Today tho English merchant can buy wheat iin India and place it at Liverpool or Lon doa for an ounce of silver which costs him 69 cents Under free coinage bis silver will cost him 81129 forcing him to come to America for his wheat Tho same argument applies to cotton Diu than the mine owner are benefited by the free coinage of silver Its benefits will radiate in every direction reaching the remotest points of the east and snarls o o DOWN WITH TUB MONEY POWER nIt strikes mo that all outside of the daises who male money out of money and not out of the active industries of this country should be for time free coin ago of silver I believe I possess ordi nary intelligence and I think I keep myself fairly well posted on what Ii being done in state and national legisla tion but I must confess that I never knew until a few days ago tho extent to which legislation by this and other governments has placed tho civilized people of the world in tho control of tho money power the money lenderstho holders of gold Three years ago this class of phtriots depleted time United States treasury of its surplus of gold compelling time government to issue bonds to buy gold in order to keep the small sum of 100000000 in the treas ury Some time ago when the drain on the treasury had reduced time amount close to tho 100000000 mark and tho money power realizing that another issue of bonds before time election would remake Bryan and Sowall sure winner the money kings put their heads together with time result that gold was sent to the treasury in largo quantities That proves to me that time money kings have it in their power at any time to make gold scarce or plenty just an it suits them With silver again made a standard it would not be so easy to corner the coin money and there would bo fewer panics and greater prosperity Bryans Speeches Since Lincoln this country has pro duced no political speaker tho equal of William Jennings Bryan He is an orator time matter of whose speeches Iin as good nit their manner No rhetorical ornament obscures his meaning Plain to business his words are as comprehen sible to time man of ordinary intelligence and knowledge as to tho educated The simplicity of his diction time energy of his argument arid time force of his directness combine to raise him as n popular speaker to a very high level He line a message and delivers it That is iris ono concern and to his earnestness this patent sincerity is to be attributed much of time marvelous enthusiasm which in evoked whenever he mounts tho stand Scan any ono of the speeches which ho pours out daily to tho cheering people i and observe how full it is how incisive how brilliant in epigrammatic phrase and how luminous with good sense Necessarily these off hand addresses ron tain repetitions and lapses now andI again from literary compactness but what other public man have wo who could speak several times every day for weeks together and approach him in variety strength and polish 7 Whether Mr Bryan small be elected or not this campaign of his will live in our political history There never has been another like it With n courage that risen under blows a balance of mind and character that keeps him over his calm resolved self ho assails with reasoning the policy of his adversaries j meets seriously or with sarcasm as they may deserye their criticisms of the partys platform or himself and through it all shines his frank and manly nature Bryan has already proved his quality to tho American people He is n man of intellect of rare talents and sound judg ment and as brave and skillful n fighter as tho warfare of politics has over brought to the front Ho has broken down the pompous tradition that a can I didate for our Chief Magistracy is of necessity too august a personage to go about among the people liko ono of them selves and giro rcasons for tho faith that is in him And ho tine disposed forever of the politicians hoary superstition that it Iis unsafe for a candidate to talk If William Jennings Bryan reaches tho presidency ho will owe his place to his own addresses far more than to any efforts which others are making for him They are great speeches Carlisle Mar- cury BIDDER WAGES EleeteiroPresident A special front Newark 0 to the Cia cinnati Enquirer says that city presents tho now novel spectacle of a factory voluntarily offering to increase its em ployes wages tho offer being accom panied by tho provision that the advance depends upon the election ef William Jennings Bryan to tho presidency ot the United States leaders of speeches do livered by Major McKinley and his CAp- italistic friends have been taught to believe that a Bryan victory means closed factories idle mills and starving families This belief has in some instances been strengthened by assertions from manu facturers themselves A company employing labor exists in this community that instead of attempt- Ing to coerce its employes or trying to induce them to vote for McKinley is gcnerouo enough to admit that under tho free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold wages will go up not down TUB NOTICE POSTED This ornpnny indulges in no idle pre dictions but tin posted a promise at its factory The company is tho Central City Stove works time following being a copy of tho bulletin 0 oT-o EMiMYKfl Notice is here by given that in case of William Jennings Bryans election as Pres ident of tho United States on No ember 31 1890 this will immediately thereafter give tho employes in every department an advance of 10 per cent in their wages 0 M CUNNINGHAMPresident 0 0 C W Cunningham president and manager of the company said to the Enquirer correspondent that he and near ly all of his employes have been lifelong Republicans but that they are all for Bryan and free silver Mr Cunningham said that tho above notice had been posted because time com puny realized that under free coinage Increased buslncM would 1 JUSTIFY INfUKAHEI WAOE8 Time company believing implicitly in tho advantages free sliver would have in putting men to work restoring prosper- Ity and giving men money with which to buy lit willing to share its prosperity with Its men- President Cunningham who is a prac tical molder then went on to show how molders wages prior to 1873 were CO percent higher than they are today how after sliver was demonetized there was n gradual decline until the passage of tho Bland Allison act in 1878 which ree vivcd tho west incrcaBed tho demand for molders products and resulted in in created wages Business depression six years later caused another decline In his opinion nothing will restore permanent prosperity but the restoration of silver In concluding Mr Cunningham remarked liDo you know of any factories offering increased wages if McKinley is elected- I f dont I f tRAl Ic 4 M J S IIii TIEffl- I EJ D SPKNCER COOFZK Itua11i HAZEL nilKEN 1 t t 1tY MARS It may be there arc forms of human life Upon old continents of shrouded stare It may bo there are men grown mad with strife Among tho melds and woods and hills of Mars Borne day perhaps we shall look on tho taco Of one who dwells within that sister sphere And wonder If his soul has sweeter grace Than any soul of ours that sorrows here If ho has loved as wo may love In vain If ho has striven In cruel coils of hate If loss with him has boon tho end of Rain If ho has learned to live and learned too late Yet It may be that this new brother dwells In ways more gentlo than terrestrialI ways That night brings peace to him and hat cyan spells That dawns arc harbingers of golden days And It may he that ho IIs patient brave Fraternal yet forgiving strong yet meek And that his world U lIke tho dreams w cravo Like Homo Utopia wo divinely seek Cltiorio 1C Montgomery In Harpers dlugtzluo TILL RAID ON TILE STILL Just thought I would stop by n min ute Miranda If to my nothing more than I hoped you wore all wellHnlel Mrs ilonatlinn Jackson to her friend Mrs Samuel 1cnrl- Tako u seat Kllabeth and make yourself at home Its precious little conversation though one can liave with ones neighbor about whats going on in the mountains with till men folks talking nothing nil the time except shout then revenue sharks And Mrs 1earl looked tiuetiHlly through the window of the little Hit ting toont that com inanded a generalI view of the inountainI road that skirted past her home like Uio trail of a serpent and wits lent inI the gloom of the eedar trees that mingling with the deuce underbrush caught the eye on nil sides- Hows Alice11 asked Mrs Pearl nithcr abruptly Fair es eau be expected KHabcth The girlI dont netin to be the siunoerea lure since the went away though the I Lord knows I thought a great deal of lite boy more M than 1 Ielr let on to Jonathan lint Jonathan was down on the lint and whats a wenk woman going to do against n strong IIIIIIIN opposition And Mrs Jonathan 1I1elc1 sort sighed lied live years now Miranda since Ike went away I always wondered viy he left here but folks cant be personal you know and ask question- that dont concern them Mrs Pearl1 Bald Inquisitively drawing her ehul r n few Inches nearer to Mrs Jonathan Jacksonf t Well Elizabeth knowing you dun talkI about other lpeoples business and here Mrsi Jackson looked suspicious ly nt her guest = 1 dont mind telling you of the alValr tile Holland you see Jonathan tuck out of an orphan asylum when the boy was nbotit two years old and brought him home to mine Jona than had been on a visit to Nashville nod thought nothing would be better than to bring the id here Twau a little before Mice was horn and till boy it seems became attached to tin girl1 front her birth Hut Jonathanf I WII proud and he lined to tell Ike how he came to be In the family and that lie owed him a great deal You know how the grew up to manhood 1111 how iIt was said that in these parts there vusnt one who could stand up and tight the revenue olllcers like Theruit ninny a distillery which hlllllJ1 J Ktivcd by warning the owners and Jona than himself IIs wider obligations to the boy on that KCOIV lint the tiny cannel when 1 say that lice thought t great dent of my girl and that tihu wasnt at all displeased with his atten tions Hut Jonathan was blind news seemed to see that the two were for over In each others company One day Ike manlike tells 1ll1thnil lie wished to marry the girl lint Jonathan be came furious mid told him he vvnsn anything but a miserable outcast object of charity He went further he struck the lad a terrible blow That was his answer The did not strike back I heard him mutter something tor Alices sake Hut the lad raised Ids hand ami swore that lie would ewer up things with Jonathan if It took until judgment day Thou he went away null no out I i ewer heard of him epee Mrs Jnekon sighed aoflly to herself Mrs Pearls eyes were wide open with fcurprlse nnd she wondered how the story of Ikes disappearance lull re ruined a secret ho long letting dark Mlnuttla and J guess 1 had better be going tip the road and MrsJackson1 bade her friend goodby graduallydislnppcn the lung shadows of tIleading sunlight cast spectral figures hero and there among the trees u Mrs Jackson then lighted the oil lamp nnd made ready for the evening supper Presently the sound of a conveyance wan heard In the roadway and Jonathan Jackson null his daughter Alice alighted They had been down to the village n r jrldeof 20 mUcH over tho mountain toads k Yt e 1 m t proVldo jtheaiselvM with some neces nary suppllesstHS the village Jon a than V Inquired his Wife Nothing much some reports out about the revenue officers though I dont take much stock in the stories moodyiUesilenceThe rest of the meal was eaten iin quiet and after the dishes were clears away Jonathan not comfortably by th fire and smoked his pipe as the November evenings were becoming chilly and unpleasant Ater an hour hurl passed there was tho sound of a horseman approaching near to the house and a moment Inter soon one knocked at the door Jonathan rose surprised from hi sent nnd opened the door Docs Jonathan Jackson live here Inquired the newcomer MyI name Is Jonathan Jackson answered the muster of tho house What Is your business And Jona than tanked at the stranger with sus picion I am malting n journey over the mountains and would like to stay here tonight at least her n moment Jonathan Jackson theI stranger enter while he went outside null put up his horse In the light of the room the stranger appeared to he a nuns of some 30 years of age lie possessed n lark beard of luxuriant growth which concealed what would be considered a handsome fuse were It bereft of its hlrsuite ap pendage The guest tools his sent near the fire and kept his puce In a few min mites Jonathan returned nnd joined tho fatally circle It appears to me stranger saw you today in tho village Jonathan von tured Possibly I was there the guest answered Oil business On business Then Jonathan was silent for n mo ment lie wax apparently ill nt sense I suppose you have heard that It IIs pretty dangerous traveling in these purls again ventured Jonathan Is It said the stranger cold Jona than become more dissatisfied with ht way of eliciting information Stranger it appears to me that tit night be better that you give your sumo null business in traveling over these mountains Jonathan spoke bluntly Tho strangers eyes flashed like coals of tire and then he answered calmly MyI name Is Arthur Smith My business was that of n moonshiner or keeper of an illicit distillery that iis until I wits driven out of North Care lina Why why tell me this Jonathan asked surprised xpenkingwitx h n brother moonshiner Probably you 1Wray be situ to refer me to sumo one iIn servicesmWe will 1ave to see about it said tvithoatCont1 mitting himself stud in n few minutes Smith was shown to his room as the night was getting late II Tine next morning Jonathan went out early and returned soon offer with some of his neighbors friends Smith was up on Jonathans return nod the men hlHcthclIwhich seemed to prove satisfactory Il around The result was that the stran gel Arthur Smith had joined the band 5utillicit distillers clIrI1IHUIi their call1 ing in tit mountains For the present Smith put up at the house of Jonathan nI proached wont to the hitters still 1 lo cated at an old mill on the bank of a rushing torrent some distance up till mountain which in days gone by Ihad been used to grind their corn tvlde l they purchased from the formers on the lowlands below Itcports lad reached the mountain 1sees that strangers had been seen in the village at the tout of the rnrclry hi operation of late Smith the stran got owing to the late turn in uufTutI- rhnd plenty of spare time on his hands and would wander off stole up till lhIe douse undergrowth to be gone hours n t 1n tints He was a particularly reticent man never ventured n question nnd answered those put to him in the most laconic way Imaginable Once in awhile when the others were not looking his gaxo would be riveted on Alice and Mrs Jackson would shrewdly smile to her self mid denture Inamllbly that the girl1 conquestOne llcss was coming on Alice returned from the house of Mrs Pearl where slue had paid n short visit Dud costing suddenly around a bend In the road she observed two men in earnest conversation One was Ar thur Smith the others stranger Only for n moment did the two men seem to converse and soon the newcomer hadI disappeared When Smith reached Jonathans house It was but shortly after Alice arrived Lately the inountrln stills had beerI operated more frequently than for some tint The reports of the revenu olllcers infesting the mountains ha become less frequent and the stills were being operated with n greater de BpcttrltyWe bo getting up theI mountain lad Jonathan said one even lug in December Supper had been pre h v pared earlier than usual for Jonathan I still was to be worked in the growlnr dunkIll follow you in half nn hour FeelI rather badly today but betters Ill bo all right in a short while Smith an swered indifferently Very well Smith Ill expect you and Jonathan departed Probably some 20 minutes hadI elapsed when Smith left the house and- o I leisurely made his way toward the se cret still Alice watched the stranger closely and when Smith hall diwp pearcd she threw u shawl over her hearI there was an unpleasant chlllinofM int the mountain air nnd followed in bit wake The old mill which concealed tin- a still was some three gtmrterH of a milel from Jonathans house and as Allcu proceeded on her wayshe occasionally caught n glimpse of the forms ofr strange men in the louse undergrowth going evidently In the same directionI with herself Once n strange mant glanced at her suspiciously but did notl molest her He was armed with a shot gun and tools her probably for some one who was returning from a visit ton j neighboring mountaineers home Soon the girl reached the old mill In the evening twilight the sun was fastl dlsapjwnrlng behind time mountainsI leaving a faint glare In Its wake whichI goldeutightI lug motionless In front of the mill peer lug anxiously now and then into dense undergrowth on both sides ntI the stream which in past days had fur Wished the motive power for the now useless wheel Alice Jackson watched1 I Smith Intently for n moment null then approached him nnd laid her hair1 gently on his shoulder Ike why do you hound my father like this spoke the girl softly Smith gaed at his questioner in n startled way for a moment and thou with an effort recovered his usual air of stolid indifference You know me Alice I hind hoped time hud wrought such n change In my suture null looks that note would rec ognie me You probably know why I am lucre You lire n revenue officer null yours presence here nt this moment is to slg mint your uteri who are lucre on nil sides to trop my father trod the few men who are In the still I see you know all When I leftyoui fathers house as I did like n beggai and an outcast I swore to ruin him II I signal now to my men in the woods in n few minutes I will have the evidence necessary to send him to the penitetii tiary And yet if you hnd only taken my port all might have l een different And Iko Hollands voice grew soft and sad How could I take your part Ike ex cept by going with oulIl1d you novel asked me to do tint spoke time girl feelinglyAnd n1l1l1 you have done so Ike did not need an answer to his question In n moment he realized that he the hunter of Jonathan Jackson wns still beloved by his daughter In the growing darkness of the evening the two strolled back to Jonathans house and the men in the woods who awaited their lenders signal wonderer what change lurid taken place in lk I Hollands plans Jonathan was also ibis appointed in not seeing Smith at the still null otter titan night ho never saw him there again I hour that Alice eloped with that young man who wns stopping here said the irresistible Mrs Pearl a few days titer tho events last narrated Some says as he was nobody other than Iko Holland thought I never did put much confidence In idle gossip Mrs Pearl hind heard of the late turn In affairs and hud paid Mrs Jackson a rumorl3 which interested her very much Yes Ike and Alice were married in Nashville two days ago answered Jot mints wife 1rid what does Jonathan say ruthlessly questioned Mrs Pearl What can he say nnd Mrs lack soulss eyes snapped resentment nt tho question lies got sensible nt last and says he never would have given Ike Holland credit for such courage Anyway now that he has got n soninlaw n revenue officer he declares he is going to quit lkeeping n still and live an honest lift Maybe one of those days I may persuade Jonathan to run down to Nashville with me but not just yet Washington Star Tho ItrrcptlTct Inrulty The receptive faculty needs constant cultivation In the very earliest year It may be trained and developed dill dren ore it is true always receiving hut few lire taught how to receive They can be accustomed to habits of observation nnd attention to senti ments of sympathy and gratitude to n sense of responsibility for the use of what Is conferred upon them Time samo dew that tolls upon n stone tulle slam on the thirsty flower but the stone Is unchanged by its presence while tho flower eagerly drinks it up nnd draws from It fresh vitality for Its own growth everywheredthe sensitive on those who are scarcely conscious of them and those who wel come them with eagerness use them with intelligence null dray from them ever new and trash vital power N Y Weekly t PROSPERITY AND USURY Ground of tho Struggle Itctweon the Two 1urtlrs The Public Ledger quotes Mr Mc Klnley OH follows No mutter what kind of money we have WP cannot gist It unless we have work Whether it is poor money or whether It is good money whether it is gold or whether It Is surer we cannot get one dollar of It unless we have employment for our hands null heads How about 1 Issuing watered stock by the ton In Wall street How shout the unearned mere ment as it Is called of the Astor real estate in time city of NOW York How about the railway that takes advantage of its monopoly to gouge the public out of fares ten tiiiK as high as other roads charge for the samo serv ice How about the stock null the produce pamblers who get n corner on wheat or something else null sweat their vic tims out of untold millions Possibly MrI MeKinley considers nil these and a thousand otlcr ways of plundering the public all of which by the way should rightly go to the pro ulcers who make such values possible as a reward for the employment of their heads Hut aside from Mr MeKlnlcys loose way of talking the Ledger printed it to offset Mr Hryans attitude that free silver will help time American workman The Ledger odds that If Mr Bryan were oppositiont 11 of to to spending in Melvinlej a sitter standard the standard See right here it is Public Ledger to to pllltform word swell a substitution Ledger such to it would falsify to make a stronger than it The Ledger then says proIthetruththe American That is false golugshoneing correctFreeytuentItstops closing of nulls It stops failures place It causes a rising market is the duet stimulus to extension of It in the dl kindsfor allkindsItItlcrenellproperty It increases security of time worlccrtoItJrlllniISrailways Tt railways far more Itrailway failures when failures arc the result of insufficient earnings It In creases sales wlolellolerItretailers in lines Consequently all them must employ help afford to pay higher wages Even banks greater dividends because of tier increase of general trade Thus luxu can be bought trade de pendent upon luxuries be stimulated All this much in same iis result ofandirection increase of 4 olrculntlnglInventing n good many comers in the money market sush as present Also in the stoppage of cen 4 bounty business in silverbasis coun tries if continued will abso i lutely close nearly nil the manufactories In the United States j Free silver menus protection to Amen can industry Mr McKinley the Public Ledger in opposing it oppose the republican principle of protection thus they stultifyI themselves pro tending to support the very opposite what actually do support If silver not the volume sufllolently then with out doubt Bryan advocate a form of in addition thereto that will afford u proper in crease people under auspices of usurers which McKinley Ledger are sustaining have lung cuomghPhiladelphia Item OPINIONS AND =1hereSCenmstahe IIn underground railroad between the Indianapolis con soil dolt Mark Htinims Phil adelphia Item IAFEW REALLY PERTINENT QUESTIONS 1 VICHItOV HUNG CHAse TO VICKICUV HANNA t How richI ore you nltlol tvaccaIfthe wages of the tvorkingmoii are you opposed It c Who gives you all the money you are now do you promif ruluin fur it r How doyou make Mr do what you tell him presidentllmv J Do you consider that those notes ute good investment ing the for gold how hard for the confine itself the about and time knows be the fact but seeminglyI out case for itself humus Taint neither Mr Hryan his pendatedt silver will work man slut this down these daily taking which the new nut old enterprises tends getatoincreasemuch ofhandsreturnsrorthe mort gives business stops the ItIncrelulcs all more can 1 the cart earn Ties and the and morn the tho the this 100 per which and by oft they free will Increase money Mr will money this notion The the Mr and the starved POINTERS anti barrel make you say why What help Mr McKinley must agree that if the antitrust law is not to be enforced it ought to be repealed Which alterna tive does ho favor N Y World Now that GOO Grunts son Jesse has alxmdoncd the republican party wo shall wait Impatiently for Murk llanw to brand him as an anarchist Kansas City Times plutform respects the national democratic platform it is not surprising that disgusted demo rlpuulIculIHave yon noticed lmounil till Ills tinguished men of England are flocking to this country Their purpose Is to aid in the election of McKinley so that England shall continue to rule us stnlldllrdlhlladllltIaItcw Kqual opportunity to till and spe cial null to none that sums up the dem ocratic faith as Mr Lehnmnn sold in his speech at Indianapolis Does nay ono expect that doctrine to be put in ifcliulcybecleetcdStLouisliepublic Hrynns popularity with the farmers must make toss Ilnnim and his as sociates tremble for tho result in No populationhummermainstay republican party in this country in protectionthe manufacturing Interests than the farmers If the farmeis abandon Me Klnley his cause is hopeless indeed and nil the Indications show that they lire flocking by tens and hundreds of thousands to frynn at the present ODIC Denver Hepublicou I I 4 r t- Aty I Q t ijI TVS 0 IiIi- t Iiiiii r j 3t t J THE FARMING WORLD FROZEN MILK BLOCKS L 9 Oopeahagon JJ lltjldingn Plant for Their iii 1lamurRctureJJ II Milk may be bought bythe brick in I iilumll1er just the same as pome kinds of rice erealll It wll1 bl frozen solid I fftbough and if Intended for use as soonI itas received in the household the lacteal 1 fluid for the tea or coffee will have to 100 chipped off with the handle of the knife or fork according to the quan i ri tity desired in the drink Perhnps nt irthe Waldorf at Delmonlcos nod other resorts of the wealthy the frozen milk mny be seen In cubes like sugar or in pats Me butter null a man may order a lump of milk with his coffee and rolls as well ns n lump of sugar or another pat of butter please Fiom n fad frozen milk has grown to be more or less of a necessity in the Vartncr countries in Europe and sonic of the larger dairymen in nUll about New York am seriously discussing tin practicability of introducing the custom as nn experiment It Is claimed that if the milk should be first frozen it is just ns impervious to the gathering of disease germs ns is boiled milk or waterMany persons do not take kindly to the idea of frozen milk or even jiro served milk Fresh milk in cans they claim can be kept fresh for 10 hours nnd if it does not remain sweet for thn length of time they conclude that the milk was not fresh when injured Into the cans or that the cans were not clean The trade in foreign importations of frozen milk and cream is yet in its Iin fancy but advices recently received by American dairymen indicate that the industry will 1 be speedily developed fn greater proportions especially in Hol land The Belgian government design to incrense the trade at an annual out lay of 50000 nnd in Copenhagen thp capital of Denmark n company has been formed and arrangements hay been completed for the regular export of frozen milk The necessary plant has been erected nnd contracts have been made already for the delivery of 110000 pounds per week which wit he sent to nIl parts of the world in bricks or blocks like ice If the lines laid down in European countries were closely followed tilt health inspector would arrange these lists so that simultaneous occurrence of infectious diseases in a number or families served by the Mime lce milk mnn would be promptly discovered and the mischief checked N Y Journal PROTECTION FOR HAY A Good Strurtnrr Although There Is Nut Very Much to It A good wayeven if it is somewhat old of cheaply protecting hay and fOil der is to make tin open structure with a roof that can be raised or lowered w Fig 1HAY AND FODDER SUED as necessary to receive nnd best protect the hay or fodder beneath As usually built it is n four post affair one post strongly tet in the ground at each cor ner but if the sued is one of considl e enable length six posts art used as shown in the accompanying cut Fig 1 What in an ordinary building con stitutc the plates here become a franc which at each corner cm braces the post in manner shown at A in Fig 2 If any posts additional to those nt the corners arc put down an iron stirrup is used ns depicted nt 11 The cover or roof over the frame nould be made of the lightest obtain able material that will turn rain When raised or lowered It is secured in place by iron pins stuck into holes bored in the posts for that purpose A jack screw if to he had two jackscrews y helpyi IU a jaekserew made that clamps to an f upright post which would here be just the thing tills is the cheapest possible hay protector as there is hardly I ny thing to it but the roofO W t Waters in Journal of Agriculture While cherries thrive in n rich soil to much moisture is injurious Hence Ac necessity for providing good drain tae Divide the pasture Into two or more I i Iota ajul you will gain in food and milk I 51 PROTECTOR FOR TREES how to Stake Oat a Large Orchard wIth Very Little Labor The cut shows a simple but cffcctiro method of supporting young trees CSt pecially where o large orchard is set InBuch casethe saving of a little labor at each tree amounts to n great deal Intha case of the whole orchard The trunk betweenthreestripofistwisteditbetweenprevent orebound y PROTECTOR FOR TREES cloth will stretch and loosen sufficiently so that the growing trunk of the tree will not be bound nt all A I I large orchard I can be staked out in this way with very little labor and the result will prove very satisfactory as everyone of the three stakes acts as n brace some thing that cannot be sold of such as are driven about the tree perpendicularly Country Gentleman GARDEN AND ORCHARD Evaporating Is a good way of saving fruit when there is not n good market for it- Some varieties of fruit like the cherry after they start to grow need little if any pruning Cultivate nil orchards sparingly now live the trees time to ripen their wood before winter When there is nn oversupply of fruit the fallen fruit can be fed to the hogs to good advantage In sending any kind of fruit to market it will pay to sort carefully before packing for shipment In the selection of trees for planting look carefully after the roots and see that they are nil right One advantage with lowheaded trees is that it is easier to gather the fruit from them when it is ripe Better take n little time to water time young growing trees now than to run the risk of losing the tree About the only objection to lowhead ed trees is that the branches interfere with the work of cultivating Early in the fall when the growth Is completed and the wood ripened is a good time to prune apple trees All things considered there lire few fruits that can be grown as econom ically as the grapcor the cherry Whatever tends to promote the general health and thrift of the tree will nlso help to free both tree and fruit from blight and scabSt Louis Republic BOGUS PARIS GREEN It Is Sold In LnrRo Uu ntUI rn to Cullfor nlii Fruit Irowcrn Mr U M Leloug nt tbe tree mng of the State Horticultural society ot Call forum Is reported to have stated ns fol lowsIn the past two years enormous quantities of purls green have been of which wusmuchsold to growers inferior quality The resultsoii very were equally ns poor mad many grow rs have thus become prejudiced ngainst its use Samples of parts green have been examined with astonishing results Several tnmples although of nearly tho cnme shade of color as the pure parts were found to be n mixture of Prussian blue and chrome yellow clay found to contain nail chalk Others were no rwenlous acid In many cases the fault lies with the fruit growers t 1enselves for we have continually which advised them to use the pure article This advice costs 20 tents per pound a considerabledlsrlgardetlTuns been extents imhinSt llc ithtlitter or not me Lien I Inst week that nn exonlysuits It was ISeornl icnsive apple grower visitc1 stores in quest of Paris green tefused at 20 cents and had n large the pure shipped to him fI de cenUpoiI- llUllliV loinmllO time You cnn thereforelound ePaclfic Burnt results ic will h Press Scanner Hal II salad bowl put first n layer of- frefth In n crisp wuter cress then n layer of nlysliced cucumbers which have sanked in cold water for 15 minutes been of minced then u ton poonful then another layer of cucutn- berll chives and around the edge n lIght border When ready to serve pour of crses dressing over it and toss it Frencha is nicewehl mingled This U SIS serve with broiled IlIiboood- I Housekeeping e THE SNAKE DANCE Account of Ono Witnessed Amoue tili Mokl Jndluui KopcllIheYon a rapid walk and after circling the plaza ranged themselves in n slightly curved line before the tent of cotton wood boughs In which the snakes were placed and on each side of which the singIng A wilder hunt arose a portentous guttural snarling sound which passed soon to n strong manly marching chant lull of sudden deep fnlltng stern cadences Then Kopeli tho snakechief and the one second to him joined arms and danced slowly down before the his They stopped stud when they nroso Kopeli held In hlH Inouth a snake His companion placed his left urns over the snakethiefs shoulders and together they turned cir cling to the left The snake hung quiet ly from the snakepriests mouth It was held at about nine Inches from the head Behind him walked the third 1111111 the snakegatherer They passed with n ipiick strong step one might almost say with n lope in tine to tho ringing Immediately behind came another group the snakecarrier holding an entire snake in his mouth the lend pro trudlng nlxntt nn Inch These two were followed by a third mnn the snake gatherer mill soon the entire line of 11 sunke priests unit broken into 11 groups amid were circling time plaza one phalli in each group carrying from one to three snakes in his mouth The slug fug continued stern nnd swift like n strong stream timid although at times the dancers lost step to the music in general they mny he said to have re tained throughout allI the rush of move ment a tolerable accuracy of rhythm A group of women stood near and threw snored meal ulou time men an they passed They kept far from contact 1 observed The excitement of the spectators increased I pushed close to tine circle of dancing priests to study their faces One mum passed with an enormous hull snake in his mouth Its tail hung down to his lake Knob snakecarrier Raced with his eyes closed nail his chin thrust forward The reasons for this were obvious The little snakes were the most vicious mind struck repeatedly at the eyes and cheeks of the priests One men went by with two large rat tlesnakes in his mouth Another hell a rattlesnake and two large bull snakes between his lips mill n third priest to silence nil question of his superiority crowdid into his mouth four snakes The gatherer who followed him held in time fingers of his left hand six or eight snakcK strung like pieces of rape In filet they all handled the snakes pre cisely ns if they were skeins of yarn with till single exception of the mo meat when they snatched them from time ground Once or twice there was a brief St rug gle between the Kimkegnthercr and the fallen snake In every case which I observed the snakegatherer brushed tthe snalu with the feat hers of his snake whip until he uncoiled and straight cued out to run After the gnthcrot picked him up he was as helpless ns if lead As the dance went on the excitement jjrew The clink of metal fringes and the patter of rattles filled the ear The rnakes dashed into the crowd shouts and screams and laughter rose but time wary smut ke gatherer in everycase Might the snake before it pn scd out of reach In one or two Instances whet 1 rattlesnake ran toward the women with their basket plaques of uncap they broke into wild screams curd run Evi dently they feared the rattlesnakes quite as much as any of the white wom en At last HO deep was my interest to see I lost nil sense of hearing They nil moved like figures in n dream During all this time whatever the outcries among tho spectators whatever the screams or laughter among time women with the meal till snakepriestH intent stud grave showed no trice what ever excitement It Is absurd to speak of hypnotism or frenzyof any kind They were not in the slightest degree moved either to fervor laughter or even to the point of being hastened or re larded by the presence of the white mnn They laid a religious duty to per form and they were carrying It forward intent masterful solemn and perfectly silent Incredible thrilling savage and dangerous ns it appeared to us to them it was n worldold religious ceremonial Harpers WeeklyI Irelands lug Cuvern It has renamed for a Frenchman tc nuke the first complete exploration ol the Inrgestcnvern in the lJrltlllh islands that at Mitehelstown Ireland The explorer is Jim Mnrtol who tins recently hecomc famous for his discoveries in the caverns of France The Mltchelstown cavern JH formed in limestone nnd is re markable for the number anti extent of its connected passages which when potted upon n chnrt resemble tut ptrcclR of n city The length of the cave is about a mile anti n quarter nnd it contains souse animal inhabitants in cluding n species of jplder which are peculiar to it nnd which have their en tire existence within its recesses Youtha Companion ono Ylcwnont you find chll dren troublesome Mrs Tugby No our dear babes are oil right but the neighbors youngsters worry me near ly to death Detroit Free Ircw r rln i A WORK OF ART NTbo Texarkana Gateway to Tox i and the Southwest Is the name of n handsome publication re cently Issued by the iron Juunt ilt Jtoute teattorI comprohonsivosomost work of Its kind ovor Issued on tho Binto of Texas and Is really n commercial and Industrial history of tho state Anyone reading this havo an excellent idea of the vast resources of nUll great possibilities of tho Lono Ktar Suite limo book was gotten up by tho tit Louis Iron Mountain ttioutheru Unlhvay stud its connections In tho Htato of Texns for distribution In tho utlrnctlllghUIUI I ers sifter health It Is In every way n val uable contribution to the current literature of time day and ts calculated to bo of great sorvlco to the State of Texas A copy of this ipublication will bo mailed fieo on him plication to auv passenger representative of tho Missouri Pudtlo Railway Iran Mountain Uouto or may bo had by addressing 11 O Towxsnxn General Passenger Agent St Louis upWhatsyou dont ride a wheel No but the other fellow does PIICfCI1lo IMacttcr A SliiRuUr Farm of Aliinuiimnliw There is a claw of people rational enough la other respects who are rorlnlnly mono uianlues in dosing themselves They are constantly trying experiments upon their stomachs their bowels their livers raid their kidneys with trashy n strums When these orgasms are really out of minter If they would wily use Hostellers tiinmach Hitters they would If not hopelessly Insane pur cclvo Its superiority WHEN you loaf remember tho rights of busy people Atchlson Olobo WK IAV CAHII WKKKIV Hlllj lIftleIIP w THIMII STAUK VtnfT Cbnrt II color JJ x M NoU till It Rumple 10 cto Ital foil j Bisi Coug tJeo- r tnUma f + 11 I i I L4sHas for a Fifth of a Century Cured all forms of KIDNEY and DISEASES DREAD Is but Incipient Kidney treated In with Warners Sato Largo bottlo or now atrlo mnllor one at your Ask for either and accept OneCupyOne Cent i Less than a cent in fact and all Cocoa pure Cocoa no chemicals That describes Walter Baker Cos Breakfast Cocoa WALTER BAKER k CO Limited Dorchester floss 41 The New WomannI 1 tleAx PLUGThe I new woman favors economy and she always buys II Battle Ax for She knows that a 5cent 11her of Battle Ax is nearly twice as t fadett w STEADY WORK ond wnlotrnnrerywhro14 STARK TREES llllltlstoteroren hllelybcrt Kmwrti I1IIOT1IKIIH IAILIANAMulruVKVtIIT111 AGENTS WANTED CampnlM MaM liki 100 fur Ohioif1PAId Gtu LIVER THE BRIQHTS DISEASE Disease DangerousBoth If time Cure druggists no aubatltuto sweetheart K1GEUSFor- th IVnrl llrran Trnecdri U Mimollonnl anti lJnlIlIlJloi CO suo K Foiirlli Nlrrot Cliclnmitl O Y OPUUI 11t WHISKY h I11ooliryAllsut- aUnEDUCATIONAL Uu7wd nook wit r f ACAbEMYLi tcut TRaltHMtfIItATtC FnrCeMbu rV w JJJ1EOlK osrU us- A v =ii loadA- MVEKTUWHEN VXrrr T KHIf please lnty ikat IM awIS twtrvM sI asegt In ua puytro J tQ u t t I THE HERALD IPEKOER OOOna Elite CIAS E HA1IOIT Aueclate Elltort It And Iluilneii MNApr f HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 15 1800 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN or Nebraska For Ice Presldent ARTHUR SEWAI rJ Of Maine For CongrcMninn Tenth DUtrlct THOMAS Y FITZPATRICK OH K10VI COUNTY I Democratic Electors Following nro the Kentucky Democratic presidential electors State at large James I1 Turvin of Covington W BI Smith of Richmond First district JIO Flourncy Second Judge II F furI ncr Third W R lirowtlcr Fourth Oils Brown Fifth Wallace McCoy Sixth Harvey Mycru Seventh Robert FrnnkUn Eighth It J Urcckcnrldgc Ninth W 01 Uamsoy j Tenth Thunt- ai WCH Klovonlh Henry M Dean champ These nro the gentlemen orjj whom the Democrat should vote JUaTSTAMP UNDIat TILE ROOSTER I GKOHOIA nil Florida both held state elections lust week anti the returns show overwhelming mnjortioH for the Demo cratic tickets Tin MadUonvillo Hustler one of the i most conservative and best posted news i lpapers in tho state says Uryana major ties in time First anti Second districts will wipe out HradleyH majority lust year j VOTKIIH to the number of 80000 reIj istcrcd in St Louis on the first day theq books wcro open In 1892 the total otoII east in the city was u little over 72000 With a full vote the city is Ucmocrntiemi and this shows how well the Democrats will turn out for Bryan and free silver S J Roberts chairman of the RepubAIII lican stale campaign committee tor of the Lexington Lender ban declared for W C P Hreeken ridge congressional nominee of the McKinlcy annex party i and urges nil good Republicans of the district to support him at the 4 4SeventhNcnombrdfill contest for the Democratic con grccMonal nomination in the Seventh district ban at last come to an end It required fortyono ballots On the ora tlcth CarrollH name wan dropped std tho final ballot mood Settle SiS llroiw ton 801 Thin almost insures tho clceei lion of llrcckcnridgo who will get tlwI solid Uepublican vote beside hawing n goodly following of Democrats Fon the first time in tho history of the state the rooster will not go at theI head of tho first column on the ballot An the Republicans got the most votes at the Ilast election the log cabin willoc cupy that place The following will bce tho olllcial Jlllllitlonlltt Republican under the log cabin do vice Democratic under the rooster de viceII Prohibitionist under the IoPlwmixII if 110lcoINational Sound Money under the JcHersou device STAMP UNDER THE ROOSTER A OKOHOIA editor writing of the changed condition of things says Inc 1SG8 there was about fit per capita in circulation cotton was about 5JO ccntsI a pound The farmer then put a 600 npoundit town and sold it He paid 10 taxes bought a 30 cook stove n suit of clothes for himself for 15 n dress for his wife 3 100 pounds of neat 18 n barrel of flour 12 nnd went homo with 30 in his pocket Now there Is about 5 of money in actual circulation per capita The same farmer takes tho same bale to town sells it nnd goes to pay his taxes antI finds that he has nut enough by 10tr gets dliiciitirAsixl and drqikand roes 1 homo dead broke and anything but Ii sober THE present contest should cppcal to the workingmen and farmers of tb country It is their fight They are the producers of the wealth of slim nation and to time present gold standard is duo tho fact that others possess the greater part of tho accumulated wealth of tho country William J Bryan iIs the chain pion of the toiling mlllioni He is mak tag their fight and if they full to come to his aid another opportunity may never present itself Wo have gone through the years of travail and sorrow wln1figcI 1 trial to silver and should it not bo sat isfactory it could be demonetized TimerI tho question would be settled Wo lion cstly believe that free silver would at onco start tho industries and rcntoro prices No mat will hold on to money that is standing still or slightly depre dating Now property is hunting money Under silver money will be hunting property The enterprising should have tho best end of the string on tho money question flrcenup Democrat No finer tribute to tho immortality o f tho soul hits over been delivered in the house of representatives it SH said than tho following which fell from tho lips of Congressman Win J Bryan of Nebras ka in an eulogy on tho late Representa live Houk of Ohio If the Father de signs to touch with divine power tho cold pulseless heart of the buried corn and make it to burst forth from its prig on walls will He leave neglected in the earth time soul of man who was made in the image of his Creator If He stoops to give the rosebush whoso withered breezestho sweet assu ranee of another springtime will Ho withhold tho words of hope from time sons of men when the frosts of winter come If matter mute and in animate though changed by forces of nature into multitude of forms can never die will the spirit of man suffer annihil noon after it has paid a brief visit liken royal guest to this tenement of clay 1 Wi sincerely believe there will bo a more intelligent expression at tho polls in November than Iota over been given on nnv public question Not since theI great tarill1 campaign have tho people paid such close attention to public exposition to theI questions at issue as I IIhave to tho presentation of tho money uestion They Ire rending more think ing more anti working more for the ac quisition of knowledge and tho further nce of their faith than they ever 1110I I at any time in our political historyI Whatever the verdict at the polls may it will bo as intelligent decision na- merican people are capable of render fug Covington Commonmcalth IT ifl very amusing to nee a man standing on tho street corner spouting anelII arguing in favor of n gold standard who has not got n foot of real estate or nI to his name who U out of employ I anent and no prospect of work and whose credit is not good for n suck of comment who has n wife mud n houseful of babies homo without proper food or rnlmcntI who has n patch on the seat of his punts as big as n chair bottom as tho onlevi of tho prosperity of tho working under the existing gold standard Lesson In Free Coinage A circumstance which happened 10I yens ago has just como to light and is making converts to tho silver cause by wealthyeJ j farmer residing eight miles northwest ofI Grecnsburg Ind hat his house destroyed by lire 10 years ago At the timo ofI tho firo ho had 80 half of which was j silver nnd time other half gold humidaway j in one of the presses Tho heat melted the coins so that they ran together forming a homogeneous I milts This was afterward sent to tho mint for recoinnge anti the owner re ceived dollar for dollar for both gold I and silver Under tho present law 1880 of this amount would haws been repudiated Ho would have received I 40 for tho gold but at the rate of f a to tho dollar he would have re1I i ceived only 211 CO for the silver bullion t making 5120 for his DSO I This iis n clear object lesson to his- eighbors who say they want an honest dollar ono that will not turn to ashes in tho hands of widowhood or helpless orphanage Women who are weak and nervous who have no appetite and can not sleep find strength and vigor in Hoods Saran i1 pnrillarANTh11IEVlIt1L It t FAITH UlI MEN- or I t women to travel for responsible rr hCd bias In Kentucky Salary iFO piiyitiilr miR weekly and expNUPs PoMtfon J jiirui4iutu vtruiicc HiKtutu tulf htldrist thlldhtgChicago Contributed- o Some Plata Pacts As most of limo Republican campaign speakers persist in putting the tarill tto the front as a campaign issue and cspc dally tho protection of steel rails nnd wool I would like to ask who has been benefited by tho McKinley tariff What mills advanced ell to their workmen during the time it was in effect I challenge anyone to Provo that it was done in n singlo instance On the other hand many mill nnd factories reduced con hieuouy thllc time Cur1wngcs negta mills at Homestead Pa which caused ono of the bloodiest wars ever known between capital nod labor In steed of raising wages as they had prom ised they issued n circular to their men stating that on time lot day of July 92 anew scale of wages would bo made which reduced the wages from 20 to 1350 per cent or an average of about 32 per cent n tiny Did the price of steel reduce accordingly It did not Tin mills got tho full benefit of tho bait 1 pcr ton on rails The price advancer from 20 per ton to 10 per ton giving tho mills n net profit of about 17 per ton It was shown conclusively by the investigation of n congressional commit tee that the net profit previous to the addition of the tariff had been about t13I per ton the tariff adding n profit of 1I making 17 I can not see by this meth ad where anyone except the manufactu rer was benefited ns England could con tinue to ship her rails with the same profit she had previous to tho tariff As to wool Tho price of raw wool didnot advance while the prico of wool en goods advanced nearly onethird giv ing all tho profit to the manufacturer and none to the wool grower In fact wool declined in price and the wool grower lost instead of gaining by it All who have carefully studied time effects ofmu high protective tariff nnd been in the large manufacturing centers must agree with me that the laborer and farmer were not benefited by it either by rise of raw material or wages but time mills did advance prices to tho topmost limit enabling foreign manufacturer to ship their goods at time same old profit while our American manufacturers reaped n rich harvest Now we are not op posed to manufacturers making a profit on their goods but wo are opposed to their getting rich nt our expense under the guise of protection which does not protect and I do not think that the layii borers nod farmers will be lignin so blind ns to voto for a high tariff after the ex perience they have had As to tho money question which is of course time most important It is almost useless for mo to touch on that ns thoIpeople lire thoroughly awake amid rladmlllIItudied time question until they know exactly what to do The only arguments tho Republicans and time PalmcrlJuckner Republican aid society have is tirade and abuse for silver men and especially tout most patriotic states man who will carry our banner to vic tory in November Wm J Bryan the laborers friend What laltorer would think of voting against Bryan nnd the laborers interests for Hannas tin whis tie time unstable McKinlcy why hadnt the nerve or backbone to speak out and tell where ho stood until after tho St Louis convention A nun who allows himself to bo controlled by ono of the I greatest labor crushers in America toy wit Mark Hanna Time Republicans want n single gold standard for tho spume reason they want n high tariff It gives them n choice to centralize wealth amid crush labor Give us free coinage of both gold nnd silver amid a tariff for revenue only and labor and industry will prosper ns it never has before Such arguments as a 63ccnt dollar mill benefit to the nine ownor alone arc myths and wont bear inspec tion Cant anyone see that the one or the other is compelled to ho false If it gives the mine owner a 100cetit dollar there could be no fillcent dollar for it would pass by all alike If it made a Aitcent dollar then it would not profit 1the nine owner so ho would not bo fort on that score In fact every argument they have is rotten and will not bear honest inspection J1 1f HAVEN Hazel Green Oct lit t Tar llAKL OllKKN llKUAIl mid time Cincinnati Enquirer ono year 1 Land Sale for Taxes lly virtue of taxes duo School district No 30 far thc school year ending June 30 181UJ ISl6between tittuttimefollowing CompanyCuand bounded by the lands of Isaac Elkini 1f Terrell nnd D R roil The amount SoldbI J w NAPIEB t Good Judges Say That Our Suits I 500 fcK i 750 IOOO It ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY Next week we will put on sale 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHE VIOT PANTS at X150 Dperr Pair LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY RSE DAVISOPHACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY IVAGONSVVlatroDlzeHomoIN TIlE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WB I employ onlyI skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited PIEBATT LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor C2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Cotniner cinlrflclors Parties convoyed to any pOInt on libornl terms Pntronngo of the public re spectfully solicited II F PIEIIATT t ti 5uiI At9TIjE 955JBjJ SINESS TRAINING SCHOOLW TH SOUTH MafSMprJantf HUNDREDS or cmoums HOLDING FINE posing illMill fiQl P5ik1l77 Ilt KMWNDED BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEr NrlPC1F10Gl1ltJlilJ1f01tIit tWttj i 4 p w TI m1t 1- kt1 I LHAGES WARNINQ trto the Youth Lurks In the Thronged Streets of the City- yporoagfares rCof the Time to Com eSale as Those of the Herald p4 piumdUe Chnrohe Not So Crowded as Once They Were Talmages ted Sunday wasI Sirlah vlli 5 And tho streets of- toIty shall be full of boys and girls thereofltlDlPses 1 rr boys and girls who play In the tteis run such risks that multitudes Uut In the comikeDl enfour clUes will bo so aI lime nsr1ne nursery pulpit and printing press for the Mt part In our day are busy In dls sing the condition of the cities at Utlmc but would It not be health Illyencournglng to nil Christian lljcrs and to all who are toiling to- like the world better If we should for little while look forward to the time l pen our cities shall ho revolutionized rtho Gospel of the Sun of God und Ithc darkness of sin curd trouble rind rime and suffering shall be gone from J e world Every man has n pride In the city of lit nativity or residence If It bo a city kUnjruishcd for any dignity or prow n Cwsnr boasted of his native tonne fagll of Mantau Lycurgus of Sparta- mosthenes r f Athens AriOilmmlis of jracuse and Paul of Tarsus should J ere suspicion of buse heartedness in a tan who had no especial interest in be city of his birth or residence no ihllaratlon at tho evidence of its pros jerity or Its artistic embellishments or Uintellectual advancement I have noticed that a man never likes city where he has not behaved welt people who have had a free ride in the trisoa wan never like the city that fur Jshes the vehicle When I find Argos ad Rhodes and Smyrna trying to j prove themselves the birthplace of Ho Mr I conclude at once that Homer bared well He liked them and they J iked him We must not war on laud able city pride or with the idea of pull uf ourselves up at any time try to pull others down Boston trust con Inue to point to its Faneull Hall and oils common and to its superior edu Uonal advantages Philadelphia must continue to point to its Independ nco hall and its mint and its Girard ollegc Washington roust continue 10 point to its wondrous eapitoline building If should had a man com ag down from anycity having noI pride In that city that city having been the place of his nativity or now being the place of his residence I irould feel like asking What meunI thing have you done there What outrageous thing hove you been guilty of that you do nut like the place Ithink we oughtend I take it fortt granted you are Interested in this reatI work evangelizing the cities lUuII living the world we ought to toll with tho sunlight In our faces We ire not lighting in a miserable Hull Run of defeat Wo are on our way to Inal victory We are not following the rider on the black horse leading us town to death and darkness and doom but tho rider on tho white horse with tie moon under his feet and the stars of Heaven for his tiara Hail Con queror hnl- lII know there are sorrows and there and there are sufferings all Lund us but us in some bitter cold winter day when we are threshing our nns to keep our thumbs from freez Eff we think of the worm spring day hat will after awhile come or in tho rk winter night wo look up and seethe northern lights thin windows of Heaven Illuminated by KOIIIO great vie loryjust so wo look up from the atghtof suffering curd sorrow and wretchedness In our cities and wo see light streaming through from the tther side nUll we know wo are on tho- ray to morning more than that on the way to a morning without oloudsII j I want you to understand all you ho are toiling for Christ that the eaptvictory Wat towns is going to bo so complete it not a man on earth or an angel in J eavcn or a dovil In Hell will dispute How do I know I know just as rtalnly as God lives maul that this is WJ truth Tho old Bible Is full of It- lUbe nation is to be saved of course all the cities are to be saved It makes treat difference with you and with whether we are toiling on toward defeat or toiling on toward a vie jKow in this municipal elevation of i ch 1 speak I have to remark there prosperityInHjJ o ever We seem to havo a morbid lIdea of Millennium and they think when better time comes to our cities ethe world people will give their npto psalmsinging and the re experiencedUfo ere will be no hilarity and as business wm bo purified there- 4bo no enterprise There is no utlclpationtheone fortune is made there will be hundred made We all know busl It prosperity depends upon conch 18 between man and man Now that time cornea of which Ispoak sI C and wllct dishonestyI oCommercialconfldencowithogfortunes gathered and mightier Sachieved The great business disasters of this country havo como from the work of godless speculators and Infamous stool gamblers The great foe to business Is havohurlell 1 purified the commercial code and shall establishments thehandsness blessed time for tho bargain makers I am not talking an abutrac tlon I am not making a guess I am telling you Gods eternal truthIIn that day of which I speak taxns will be a mere nothing Now our everythingCity i United States taxes stamp taxes 11 I reuse taxes manufacturing taxes taxes taxes taxes Our businessmen have to make a small fortune every I year to pay their taxes What fastens on our great industries this awful load Crime individual and of llcial Wo have to pay the board of the villains who are Incarcerated InII our prisons We have to take care of the orphans of those who plunged IntoIiI their graves through sensual indulg iI uncos We have to support the munie I ipal governments which are vast mil expensive just in proportion as the j criminal proclivities are vast and tre mendous Who support tho almshouses I and police stations and all thoJJ machinery of municipal government The taxpayers limit in tho glorious time of which I speak grievous taxation will all have ceased There will bo no nerd of supporting criminals There will bo no criminals VlrtuoI will have taken the place of vice llwreI will be no orphan asylums for parents will bo able to leave a competency to their children UUiero will be no voting of large sums of money for sonic mu nicipal improvement which moneys before they get to the improvements drop into the pockets of those who voted them No oyer and tuininur kept up at vast expense to time people No empaneling of juries to try theft mind arson and murder and slauJer anti blackmail Hotter factories grader architecture finer equipage larger fortunes richer opulence better churchesIn better time also coming to those cities Christs churches will be moro numerousand they will be larger and they will oo more devoted to the Gospel of Jesus Christ nail they will accomplish greater influences for good Now it is often the ease that churches are envious of each other nUll denom inations collide with each other nand even ministers of Christ sometimes for get the bound of brotherhood Hut In the tlmo of which I speak while there will bo just as many differences of opinion as there are now there will be no acerbity no hyporcrlticlsm no ex elusiveness In our great cities the churches are not today large enough to hold more than a fourth of the population The churches that are built comparatively few of them are fully occupied Tine average attendance In tho churches of the United States today is not 400 Now in the glorious tlmo of which I speak there ao going to be vast churches and they are going to bo all thronged with worshippers Oh what rousing songs they will sing Oh what earnest sermons they will preach Oh what fervent prayers they will offer Now in our time what Is called a fashionable church is a place where a few people having attended very carefully to their toilet come and sit down they do not want to be crowded they like a wholo seat to themselvesmind- then if they hive any time left from thinking of their store and from ex amlning tho style of tho limit in front of them theysit and listen to a sermon warranted to hit no mans slits1 and listen to music which is rendered by a choir warranted to sing tunes that nobody knows And then after an hour and a half of indolent yawning refreshed Every meathomethey go feels better after ho lets hunt a sleep In manyof the churches of Christ inI our tinnythe music is simply a mockery cultivated car nor a cultivated I have not a voice yet no man cm do my singing for me I have nothing to say against artistic music Tim 83 or 85 I to hear coyof tho great queens of nay investment Hut when a goodsungs in religiousassemblepeoplethe good andI is read convocation and tho hymn the angels of God step from their throne to catch tho music on their wings do not let us drive them away preachedI indifference I have byour churches where vast sums of money in employed to keep UP the music were heard onus any and It wins ns exquisite It the same time earth but I thought I would preferpracticalfor ell matters outbrenkln song of a the hearty mnecting backwoods Methodist camp of these starveling fancy Let one the songs sung In church get up before standing= geatdoxologies of Let time finest operatic redeemedtine tho Churchfrom air that over wcnt up the start tboursof Christ get many the imobycaught and passed will bo school childrenSabbathtimemanna of where the choir did churchI know ft n- thall tho singing saeoe Chr nC teiaof 0 who through afterwardandOPrightwontsaints to wall onappcnted a commltcc vvas and ask him if he would not please singing as ho bothered tho choir Let than refute to iihg Who never knew our God of But children of the Heavenly Icing Sbould speak their joys abroad Praise yo the Lord lot everything with breath praise tho Lord In tho glorious time coming In our cities and in tho world hosanna will moot hoaan na and hallelujah hallelujah- In it that time also of which I speak all if tho haunts of Iniquity and crime and squalor will be clcansrd and will be illuminated How is it to be dono You say perhaps by one influence Perhaps I say by another I will toll you what is my lion and I Icutounor right in it Tho Gospol of tine Son of doll Iis the only agency that will over accomplish this in A gentleman in England had a the ory that if the natural forces of wind of and tide and sunshine anti wave wore rightly applied and rightly developed it would make this whole earth a para disc In a book of great genius and which rushed from edition to edition he said Fellowmen 1 promise to show tho means of creating a paradise to within ten years where everything do vslrable for hamau life unity bi5 hind by every man in superabundance without labor and without pay whero tho whole face of nature shall be changed into the most beautiful farms nod man may live in tho most magnificent palaces in all imaginable refinements of luxury and In the most delightful gardens whero ho nanny accom plish without labor In ono year moro thorn hitherto could bo dono In thousands of years From tho houses to bo built will bo afforded the most cultured views thud can be fancied From the galleries from the roof cud from the turrets puny ho seen gardens as fur as the eye can see fullof fruit and lowers arranged in tho most beautiful order with walks colonnades I aqueducts canals ponds plains amphitheaters terraces fountains sculptured work pavilions gondolas places of popular amusement to lure the eye and fancy All this to bo dOliC by urging the water tho wind mutt the sunshine to their full development It Ho goes on and gives plates of time machinery by which this work is to be dune and he says ho only needs at tine start a company III which the shares shall be SJO each and a hundred or two hundred thousand shall bo raised just to make a specimen communltyand then this being formed time world will see Its practicability and very soon two or three million dollars can be obtained and In 10 years tho whole earth will bo emparadlsed Time plan is not so preposterous as some I have heard of Hut I will take no stock III that company I do not believe that it will ever bo done in that way by any mechanical force or by ninny machinery that the human mind can put into play It is to bo done by time Gospel of the Sun of Iltho omnipotent ma chinery of lOwe and grace mend pardon and salvation Tills Is to ornpara disc the nations Archimedes de strayed a fleet of ship counting IIIr the harbor You know how he did it lie lifted a great sun glass history tells us mind when the first fleet of ships came up tho harbor of Syracuse he brought to bear this sun glass and ho focused time suns rays upon those ships Sumo the sails mire wings of fire the masts fall the vessels sink Oh lilY friends by tho sun glass of the Gospel converging tine rays of tine sun of Righteousness upon thu slims thin wickedness of tho world we will make them blaze and expire In the tiny of which I speak do you believe there will be any midnight carousal Will there be any klckinir off from the marble steps of the shivering mendicants Will there Le any unwashed unfed uncombed children Will thero be any blasphemies in tine streets Will there be any inebriates staggering past No No wine stores No lager beer saloons No distilleries where they maku tho three Xs No bloodshot eye No bloated cheek No instruments of ruin and destruction No fistpounded forehead Tho grand children of that woman who goes downtime street with a curse stoned by tho boys that follow her will bo tho re formers mind philanthropists and thoI Christian uncut nud tho honest mer chants of our cities Then what municipal governments too we will havo in alt the cities Somo cities are worse titan others but in manyof our cities you Just walk down by the city halls and look In some of the rooms occupied by politicians and ace to what a sensual loathsome IIgnorant besotted crew city politics isi oftcncd abandoned Or they stand1 around tho city hall picking tholr teeth waiting for sonic emoluments of crumbs to fall to their feet wait lug all tiny long and waiting all nightt lout Who are those wretched women taken up for drunkenness and carried up to the courts and put In prison of course What will you do with tho grog shops that make them drink Nothing Who are those prisoners in jail Ono of them stolo a pair of shoes That boy stole a Jolla This girl sn itched a purse All of thom enact damaging society less titan 3JO or SJO Ht what will you do with tho gambler who last night robbed tho young man of n thousand dollars Nothing What shall bo dono with that ono who breaks through and destroys time purity ofa Christian home and with an adroitness and perfidy that beats tho strategy of boll fling a shrinking shrieking soul J J r yotldosan getting him to purloin large sums money from his employ er theyoung man who came to an officer of my church and told tho story and fraa as tlcally asked what ho should doNoth InaAhl wo do well to punish small crimes but I have sometimes thought would bo bettor in somo of our clUe tine officials would only turn out from the jails the potty urlntinals the III little offenders tondollar desperadoes and put in their places some of the monsters of iniquity who drive swiftly that honest men havo to loap to got out of tho way of being run over Oh tho damnable sehomos that professed Christian men will sometimes engage until God puts tho linger of Ills re In trlbutlon Into time collar of tholr robe hypocrisy mid rips It clear to tho bottom Hut nil these wrongs will bo righted I expect to live to see tho day I think I hoar in the dls IingachariotIty is the Church of God going be or mire good men going to bo lime streets are going to bo tilled with regenerated populations Three hundred mind sixty bulls rang In Moscow when ono prince was married but when righteousness and peace kiss ouch other in all the earth ton thous j sand times ten thousand bulls shall strike tho jubilee Poverty enriched j Ignorance enlightened All tho cities saved Is not this a cause worth work leg In1 nOhamount to much You toll on In your dltTersnt spheres sometimes with great discouragement People havo no faith annul say It does not amount to anything You might as well quit Why when Moses stretched his hand over the Hell sea It did not seem to menu anything especially People ciunu out suppose mend said Aha Some of them found out what ho wnntod to do He wanted the sea ported It did not amount to anything this stretching out of lass hind over the sun Hut aft awhile tine wind blow all night from time east and tho waters were gathered 1 into a glittering palisade on elthor silo and tine billows reared as God pulled back on tholr crystal bits Wheel Into line 0 Israel march parch J march Pearls crashed under feet Flying spray gathers Into rainbow 1 arch of victory or the conquerors to march under Shout of hosts on thu bunch answering the shout of hosts t amid sent And when tine last linn of Israelites reach tine beach tine cym bals clap and tho shields clang mend 1 the waters rush over tho pursuers and the swiftfingered wings on tho white keys of time foam ploy tho grand mllrchI of Israel delivered and the awful dirge of Egyptian overthrow INTERESTING ITEMS Tin Carllsts In Spain havo been unusually active lately and are said to bti perfectly organized Kit WIJST Is greatly excited over tho report that tho Spanish authorities in Cuba mire plotting tho destruction of that city by Introducing n band of III 1 cundlarles In tine gulso of Cuban rtym pathlzersHJOIINSTIKIINK HJOIINHOV has written I u public letter In which ho declares that ho will reside hereafter In 001II ninny permanently account of tho persistent attackson him by Norwegian llIpelsIAT Tuscumbia Ala Bryant rlcoyII a young led was shunt mid fatally wounded by his father Time boy was walking in his sleep just before tiny break nail his fatter thought ho was UI burglar Tin Mobile Heglsters fiftysixth an anal truth edition shows very groat growth of that city since time channel WUK opened front tho city to deep wa tel limo value of foreign exports thlHI year Is 817000000 as against 1175000 lust year MIHH FANJCV Cnosnv time hymn wri ter is now more than 70 years of age Though she Inns been blind almost from birth she Is always happy and cheerful Among the hymns which sine has written are Safe in tho Arms of Jesus and Hesctio the Perishing IT Is a curious fact that In spite of its great brilliance tie electric light dour not carry HO fur through fog as gaslight and for that reason It Is nott in favor for lighthouses It is now proposed however to try tho Incan descent guts light which is cheap and Is said to carry farther in bad weather than either an electric light or an or tlinary gaslight Tiny statistics of tho Florida bureau of agriculture show that for tine years ISSJ and 1801 inclusive tho sugar prod duct was 0018170 pounds worth 8177 25042 besides 53303 barrels of sirup worth 571047 making a total val union of 8110800389 The destruc tlon of tho Cuban crop this year should greatly stimulate tho sugar Industry in Florida and other tatsA cuf ADK has boon started In Ton lIon In favor of bread baked at homo London housekeepers rich or poort never think of balding their own bread Time bread consumed by tho poor Is baked under frightful conditions In cellars Ono expert says that half the dyspepsia would disappear if London era would bake their own broad Another argues that disease is spread by tho bakers Pieces of bread havo heft analyzed and found to be swarming with microbes Tho heat in baking kills thos J near the crust but not those in the center of the loaf i 1+ 7bw WAY PROSPERITY HALTS What It CU4ti ttia 1aepte N 11tsIaIatamthe Ualll Star rd The flays are jtMtas long Ute soil it just us productive the sun shines just brightlY and the rains arc just as refreshing Our housewives arc far more economical and the opportunities fot bettering our condition should not be fewerStill prices arc falling Item estate a poor Investment Business enterprises fur moro of receiverships than profits Mortgages are being fore closed and deficiency judgments en tered Tho courts are busy running bankrupt railroads at tho instance of bondholders Money at interest at three per vomit is moro profitable thani employing labor in industrial en terprlscs The nation Is a conataut bore rower and although taxes are nn ex cessive burden from the national goy ernment down to our municipalities the public revenue is insufficient This sort of thing has been going on for more than 20 years Unless things change there is no cer tainty for the future but universal bankruptcy Time cxcutto given for the deplorable state of affairs by those who advocate the gold standard Is that there has been overproduction In other words wo Immune been rondo poor by rcaHon of man big too much wealth People are starv tug because they have too much to cat Hallroads aro going into bankruptcy because thieve ore too large crops to Men are In rags because the pheep have produced too much wool The conditions that exist are these All mum would like to have on hand plentyof lour From time gull mens statistics tho supply of wheat HCCIUS to be adequate Tho men who own tho wheat would like to exchange it for money but time people who need the wheat have no money to give in exchange Heal estate Inns fallen In vuluo until no one can readily tell what it Is worth There tire nuinberlcHH people who would like to own homes cud there ore plentyof people who would like to sell loud Hut the people who want hoincH cannot raise tho money to cxchdiigo for the land vend the result is very unsatisfactory to both parties There tire hundreds of thousands of in dustrious men annul women who would like to make an exchange of their labor for mousy in order to exchange time money thus received for things which they really need hut the owners of money cannot limit profitable Invest counts upon a fulling market and hence hoard it in banks or loon it at interest null the working men and time working vonien go without employment HorncH ridiculously cheap and many people would prefer riding to walking Thu mess who own tint horses need money andI would like to veil but thu IIIIIHS of the people keep on tramping for some could not r tord a horse even If ho could be purchased for two bits Wo have then plenty of labor which IB Keeking a market Wo have manifold opportunities awaiting the touch of money to spring Into biMiuficciit life Wo havo an amply supply of tho necessi ties of life and yet with bursting granaries there nro needed more pass pur IIOIIHCX With ample wealth on every hand there IIs demand for more police men to club down crime born of squalor iiiul misery On the other hand gigantic fortunes Imvu been accumulated the hands of few people While hundreds of thou hands HiiiTcr it Is potmlhlc torn Whitney through thu niagto of his wealth to transform 7000 acres of wild land unto pleasure garden for hln children III less than 29iltiyi ImpccunlouH lords of the old world Immune no dllllmilty in ex changing their titles for time Innghtcnr ofour millionaire while many honiMt worklnginen cannot sell their labor nt any price Thu beneficiaries of this vicious condition Insist that It shall continue upon the false plea of honest noney The peculiar advantages which they secure may be the roil reason why they denounce their suffering fellow countrymen ax anarchist and via Icntly roil because a cry of distress homctlnies rings above tho chink of their gulch As other people suffer they gala The distress of tho government lIs their source of profit Take aHiinillui trillion the story of the great lbond synfdlcatc an told by a gold paper of Now York city on February 21 1803 Tho ic vtilt of the figures produced Is astound lug This In how the account stands between the government tho rcprcsun a tutlvcs of the people and tho syndicate Face of loan fC23ICOOO Byndlcnte premium nt 10449 ZTVTom United Htntcn mtiit M1I2 I3 Hynillcnto profit to 11260 4K3RM R hILt Inside Jobbers pay BM8SM Inside Johlors proUt to lU1 as83113- Tho publlo pay and the Uniteni States should havo received 73M1700 United Sin tCII lout 84187 7- 1MIOK1T AND LASH Uolmont Morgan buy 102315000 at 1014 65112913 Hclmont Morgan sell 162315000 at 11225 C90MBW- Hclmont Morgan profit 183561- 1Inside jobbers buy W2318000 at 73utfwIniildoaonarnl public buy 162318000 nt 118 73631 7 W Lon by United Btntes to jobbers 418727 Anti this lIs but a drop in the bucket of what it Is costing the people to maintain tho gold standard If time loss In dollars and cents were oil tho situation would not be so grievous Utit unfortunately tho suffering entailed cannot be mean urcd It IIs sapping tho Ufa from Amermlean manhood and womanhood It In fattening the tiger In man already crouching to spring At the thrcwtof our social system Its wagi Is de tar Judge 0 W Powers in CblMgo eeet14 7 i t j 4- y t1 C- rm s a b i r 00000 LATE ITATE NEW Clay City Iis trying to have monthly stock sales established there The Christian church nt Coryclonvillc will erect a now 3600 building Three men were killed nt 1Ikovllle 1 1lastweek by tho premature explosion of a blastCol Robert P Tttdhuntcr the well known Lexington turfman died list week of cancer of the stomach Mrs Josephine K Henry a Versaillesi woman suffragist has taken tho stumpi for Bryan lHcwnllnndreo Silver Ben Leo Hardin will sue the Louisville Commercial for damages for charging him with innkinc incendiary speeches John Marshall of Louisville has bee appointed special judge to try tho White Colson contest in tho Eleventh district An Owen county farmer exhibited at the Liberty fair last week a cheater white pin four months old that weighed 218 poundsMrs Will Gregg while drawing a bucket of water at her homo in Sturgis fell headlong into the well and was drownedWhile standing nlone in his yard Mil liard Garnctt residing near Xewstead r Christian county suddenly fell to thoI ground and expired Elder J 8 Sweeney has been again chosen ns pastor of tho Christian church at Paris This will make his twenty seventh consecutive year The ladies of Lancaster have petitionerl tho city dads to paw a curfew law forbidding boys under I18 to be on tho streets niter 8 oclock at night Suit for 25000 damages was filed at Stanford by Mrs Scott for the death of her eau J F Scott who was killed in aa wreck at Rowland a few weeks nAto Tho sale of tho Richmond Nicholas villa Irvine and Kcattyvillo railroad leas been postponed until some time in December the day not having been sot While the mother was hanging out clothes an Infant child of Thomas Kir by living in Madison county crawled to a tub of suds fell in and was drown ed Merman Farley of llerca was shot from tho roadside but nut seriously hurt Ho fell and feigned death while tho would be murderer robbed him and got awayAlex Kuckcr who was sent up from Clark county for five years for house- breakingy was discharged front tho peni n tentiary hist week his time having ex Aired The Milton vows says that down in j Trimble county there are fifteen bache hors in one school district and 0111UIIO unmarried girl That Is nearly sixteen to one A pumpkin with seeds sprouting in silo and sending forth shoots from one to three inches long with green tips at tracted much attention in Winchester recently Babe Harris is called tho champion squirrel killer of Graves county being creditedwith n record of 117 squirrels I out of Ifli shots in three hunts all with in a week One liberal Boyle county man will give a thousand dollars to n public in firmary in Danville if others will con tribute enough to start n respectable in stitution of this kind Edt Brocn n young farmer of Fleming county died from wounds inflicted upon him by him Robert McDonald a neigh boring farmer n short time since Tho r quarrel resulted over politics Mrs Critic Boddie aged 70 while alt ting alone in her cabin near Lafayette Christian county doting fell into tho firo and wise so badly burned that she died soon after in terrible agony The llardlnsburg Lender which sue pended publication soon after the November 189C election hoe been revived by L E McClure and conics out squarely for MoKinley and hard times Barren county is rejoicing over tho largest crop of sweet potatoes over raised within hor borders Now if tho possum crop corresponds tho good peoplo of that community will live like lords this fall Two masked men entered tho mouse of Daniel Pullen n well to do farmer of Brcckcnridgo county nnd demanded his money Ho tried to remonstrate but they covered him with their guns cons polled him to hand over 160 and de 3partcli The talc of B J Treacys trotters at Lexington last week did not pan out well Bermuda the well known sire was knocked down for IC60 The average price for all animals aold Will aboutt t140 The Boyle circuit court set aside tin verdict of 15000 awarded Mrs Shumakcr against the Louisville and Nashville railroad for causing the doth of her husband nnd the case will come up for trial again in January nddrCtllIClllanI tucky urging them to grow no tohnccoII I in 1807 and to hold this years crop arguing that they can get as much flor the one crop as they would otherwise I receive for two I The papers in tho Walling case have pocknage weighed seventeen pounds It iis said that the decision in theJacksoncaso will la withheld until tho Walling case deellIondIII time OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NEWS NUGGETS 00000000000000000000 Forest fires have destroyed largo tracts of timber in Los Angeles county Cal While looking out of the cab window Richard Brock n fireman lord his head knocked oil near Stanton Del Near HiHhville Incla carriage con tainting five people was upset and three of them sustained serious if oat fatal Injuries Aura Dewcy n sawmill hand near Pcnnington Ciap Vn backed against a saw which was in motion and was slashed to pieces Great damage has been done to rice crops around Savannah Ga by high water Several wharves at Savannah are submerged rho public schools at Kokomo Ind wero closed one tiny last week to give tho teachers anti pupils an opportunity to hear Bryan speak Michaels university at Logansport Ind was completely destroyed by fro last week Tho students lf0 in number barely escaped with their lives Lilian F llagland of Texas n mes senger in tho treasury deportment at Washington C committed suicide III proforcnco to marrying the Irlof his choice Mr and Mrs Jasper Ebcrsault of Hicksvillc Ind have discovered that they hue brother and sister having been separated when infants They have two children Albert Bray of Hamilton county hid cut tho throats of his wife and two children and then cut his own throat Bray lived several hours but the others died almost at once Six times in half n year bus a clergy mans horse run away with him at Car thage Mo and ho is loving dilliculty in holding to tho belief that there is still some soul of goodness in thing evil John Sibcrt a traveling snake charm er took n live rattler from its cage at Guthrie 0and time reptile fastened its fangs in his inn Physicians were called but Sibcrt died in n few hours in great agony Two alleged Mormon elders are report ed to have abducted Sarah and Mary Scott daughters of a well to do farmer of Boone county W Va If the elder I are caught a cunt of tar and feathers awaits them A Bryan flag 71 feet long and 10 feet wide was stretched across lower Broad way Now York from the Equitable to tho Boroll building ono lily last week Six hundred yards of bunting were used in its making Seven pickpockets were arrested at Indianapolis Ind during tho recent Bryan demonstration while plying their vocation They had followed Bryan through tho south and buck working nearly every crowd Willis DoGood an Ohio farmer has n sow which has seventeen pigs Sixteen are white nail one is yellow Mr De Good being an advocate of tho 10 to 1 rule considers the strange litter pro phetic of coming events Otto B Anderson and Miss Orallotid lotto a loving couple attempted suicide by tho opium route nt Little Hock last week They eat down on tile steps of a school house and awaited lentil butt ero found before life was extinct While starting n lire at her homo near Pickcrlhgton 0 Mrs Slrawn attempted r lr ScrofulaMakes life misery to thousatulB of people It manifests itself In man P different ways like goitre swellings ando1I pimples and other eruptions Scnrcc Jy u man Is wholly free front it inI 1sonic form It clings tenaciously untilI tho last vestige of scrofulous poison isi I eradicated by hoods Sarsapurilla the One True Blood Purlflor Thousands of voluntary testimonials ottcllIinherited mud most tenacious positive ly perfectly and permanently cured by IIHOOdSj I Sarsaparilla Prepared only bye I Hood k Co Lowell Mass Ito sure to Ret Hooi nail only loons dtlnnerHood Ito hasten it by pouring on the oil from a lamp which exploded Her clothing and that of her four year old son stand ing hy her side wero saturated with the burning till and both died in a short time from their burns In HufTido Center To corn is 10 cents IlelciclcllThis is time gold standard price The gold standard is a good thing It puts tho funnier in competition with the coal1 minerA 1I lIIS county Indiana man re1 csntly went to a saloon got drunk 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