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S i CJ Ra h WHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD r o f A Established March 4 1885I Made Famous in tho Story orto Jonathan and His Continent by F s II rlPSNOBR COOPER OVvnor and EditorV apt B Nlijr World With t- tr News From All Nntlon11 LumbTIng nt IIIi Hn k 1100 A YEAR Always h Advance If TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 22 1806 NTT1fR F1110 Constipation poses fully halt the sickness IIN the world It ttUlnstho illBCStctl food too long In the bowels nd produces biliousness torpidt liver I- ndHoods b IIItuUOII sick rte bad lieailnrho nuts Hoods coaled Pills In tlnatlon and nil Its Pill t t jtjnlU easily and thoroughly 25c elating ikts spared by C J Hood t Co Lowell Mass The only Pills to take with Hoods Sarsanar- lllafigton and Eastern Railway I TJmo Tablo la Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND = No fi STATIONS No 1 Daily exI Daily Sunday Lexington 111 00 am t11ti pm Mon 1181 am II fl3 pm Winchester i II lirniii- Fiirlie juiiJs 5t inn loJiaii Flds S 117 am 1 10 pm City City 8 10 nut 1111 am gunton 8 10 am- Filioa I11 JO am 7 55 am 10 IIS am lIollllc i i1 tam 10 17 am U HrhlKiv 7 ilS am 10 07 am Torrent 7 24I am- BeMtvve 1Illi am If 7 UIl I am S hi am Three lkH IIi 11iron S Oil am Atliol A iU I1I Stn 7 IS am ElkRIwaIIi OS nm IIIIJ am Jackson ti 01 am tii 10 am LAST BOUND ulI STATIONS No 2 Daily ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2O tun C to am Avon 2 17 jnn 7 OS am Winchester I Oi pat 8 10 ro- tFairlict 21I pm S fil am Indian rids 1 ai pun 0 LM am Clay City 15t par II 451 am pinFihotI pmilnndcei pmNat1 I I 1 punIieattyve panAtholI I pmJacksonparElkataii S NON 1111112 arrive and depart front Ch 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive nod depart from Nethcrlan- dJDLIVINGSTON Vice 1res and licit Man CHAS SCOTT lien Pass Agent INTIL 1st Our I 500 Watches nt I 800- a 800 WOO 11 1000t 700 11 2000 J00 4 10000 7500 FINE 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 and upward Alarm ClockH nt OOc mud upward Fino Clocks nt 350 anti upward A line of Sterling Silver and flatted Ware suitable for Wed ding GIIlit low J 135 E MAIN STREET Near Pt 01 KY J A WATtf fcBEE 11 D and HAZEL GREEN KY and obstetrics specialty VA FAITHFUL MEN V or women to travel lor responilblc cs lablished house In Kentucky Haluy i80- PaTllble l5 weekly unit expenses position Permanent Reference Enclose selfnddres Ja envelopeI The National Star Huildlng Ilcago 2248 11N NOVEMBER DIAMOND RINGS proportionately pric- esFRED HEINTZ LEXINGTON Physician Surgeon iJSurlery TED8EVEUAL HERALD IOI CHIEFTAINAll I J I to victory ride I Oer giants ofI selfishness oppressionl nUllI I pride I Ie bid thee Godspeed our hero bold i II No crown of thornI j No cross ol gold Ilcjolcc ye farmers butte J oulaudTruth and justice go hand in hand JtencunsI I IkneonLightWell soon be free Itram theI power so bold No crown of thorns No cross of gold llejolee ye laboring oleo down In the mineI A power Is working through influence di vine No more of oppression but the good times of old a No crown of thorns No cross of gold dallybreadFrom early morn till close of day that your your loved ones may be fed Assert your rights then for you too are HnsiiifM Men 1s well as those of the Wall street fold No crown of thorns No cross of gold Cats this be called the laud of the free the home of the brave Where the workingman Iis naught but u slave Toiling through heat ami eoliJ No crown of thorn No cross of gold Arouse ye voters with strength from on high Go forth to the conquest for victory lis nigh Vote for silver your country to save There can not be failureu with a champion m brave Onward undaunted with courage untold No crown of thorns No cross of gold Kansas City Time ==EXCERPTS From tho Money Supplement of Pennsylvania Grit What Is Said by Business Mon Con tractors Working Men and Others on tho Money Question READ AND PONDER Wo republish n number of letters from persons representing different business industries in the various states alit till speak in tins fullest terms giving their reasons why tho free coinage of silver should ho adopted in the United States independent of tiny other nation roHHiiviii nnCttHI MKIXMJY WAH I have always been a Itepiihlienn nod have for yeais been an admirer of Major MeKinley It was his speeches in favor of silver that first convinced me that it was dangerous to this country to depend ulonc on gold as a standard money He said it WItS dangerous old I helioved him If he has changed his mind I have not Possibly if tho snmo iinducements hat been offered mo to change my position I would have done BO It is no menu thing to bo president of tho United States It is n proud position Iop plnuded him when ho scored Cleveland for playing into tho hands of tho money power but I can not follow him now when to gratify his ambition ho becomes the pliant tool of the same power that controlled Cleveland Bryan stands in tho sane position on the silver question that McKinley did for years I was for McKinloy then I am fur Bryan now and for the reasons more than once sta ted by McKinley lIe said tie restoring of silver as standard money would bring prosperity to the I believed him anti thnt is why I favor free silver coinageo o CHKAI1 MOVPY MKANH mmE IRICKS contractor andmechanic aI am a builder and if free coinage of silver 16I to 1 will mako cheaper money and raise prices of commodities I am surely in favor of it because I live iin an agricul turn section and our supply of money I of produce and to iis governed by prices raise the price of products increases tbo demands for labor demand for labor and When price for bettor pricemeans products aro low the demand for labor is light for there is not any money to pay I for it and it causes tho laborer to work luteIn jobof work to do that is worth t100 to do it and he huts only 7T to pay for iit with the result is if he cant Rot it don for 75 ho can not have it done it at all1 charpI or not work at all Now our standard wages for good me chum labor is Sl50 per tiny with wor to do about one third of the time GivcI us cheaper money and better prices and1I it will put more motley in circulation which will put labor in danuutdaunt 1 when labor is in demand it will demand1 a better price- Do A woe Ill lirlllKIi INTIMIDATION cllpitlllist tout gold as till only standard of money is tho reason why I believe that the free coinage of silver will prove a good thing for workingmen mud thin business inter ests outside of the onto industry of luau hug money I would like to believe oth erwise hilt I can not see it in army other light that when the money kings of the country unite in favor of nay course that very fact should prompt the people to take the other direction It is im probable of belief that tho llythsohilds and their agents in this country have that regard for the interests of the workingmen they now profess It is not to the interest ofa money lender to have mudi money in circulation Their business i is best when money is scarce Scarce money menus dear money nod dear money means profit to the money lender What I Am For and Why I IjUiiJjirtho romonetintioii of silver because history public records common sense experience not political science show that the demonetiation of silver whether designedly for such purpose or tint hats operated to enhance tho par chasing power of thin dollar in tho hued of tho creditor mud to depreciate thet purchasing power of labor and products in the holds of tie debtor II I am for tho rcmonctization of silver because there is not enough gold in tho world or it is not obtainable fast enough to supply tho wiso and just money needs of tIll people and for this reason under the single gold standard since 187H the wages of labor and the general prices of time various products of labor heave been gradually declining or in other words the purchasing power of tho dollar has been gradually increasing and must uo on increasing until silver is rcmonctized or elso tho productive energy of tho world is restricted III- I am for the rcmonctization of silver because enhancing dollars mean enhanc ing taxes and enhancing debts both public tutu private In tho last twenty five years under the single gold standard tho dollar June almost doubled in pur chasing value as measured by products Consequently to pay a dollar of tax to day or n dollar of debt contracted twenty years ago costs almost twicn ns much in labor or products us it did when tho ob ligation was incurred IV I am for tho romonctizntion of silver because tho productive energy of the world demands n snore ample and ex panding circulating medium than gold alone can supply and upon tho produc tive energy of the world depends the progress of civilization V I am for the rcmonctization of silver because under existing conditions the cause of tho double standard as against the single gold standard appeals to tho truest and broadest Democratic spirit of tho nation VI I am for the rcmonotization of silver because if its demonetization was not a crime j if by legislative enactment to enhance the purchasing power of thoI dollar in tine creditors hands was not a crime then by legislative enactment to depreciate tho purchasing power of tho dollar in the creditors holds can not boa crime VIII am for the remonetlzntlon of silver because if tho demonetization of silver was a crime then the rcmonetizatlon ofI l silver at its former ratio is tho II CR relitt possible redress for such a crime VIII Tam for tho rcmonctization of silver wnhlllgIany perm notion because tho remonetlzation of silver Icing a cause of the people iit I is theteforo utterly absurd for the arable- k States exceptionally anti uniquely n Democracy a peoples government as sh is to wait for any European nation of moro or less monarchical spirit and form 1of government to lend her or overt join 1or sanction her In the championship o the peoples cause Under the monarch ical governments of Europe tho people fur tho want of ballots to bring about IIInyhllocountry happily wo shoot our politicoI wrongdoers with ballots only and i when November 85 noxt is over tho pee pin have not brought down their foes thtlhnll havo no ono to blame but themselves since their markmaiisliip willI depend solely upon their patriotism lion osty and intelligenoo as IndividualI Iciti tens IX I am for tho Democratic party of to day because It Is tho party of progress the party of tho people as against the present Republican party which is a party of tho hisses n party of personalI Interests It Is the people oven under a despotism who right all the wrongs lha are righted It is the people who lead11 in all political progress toward the goal1 of perfect freedom andI perfect justice as between man and umul1 In thet Louisville Post Which Is tho Sound Monoy Party the use of the two metals as money iis tho only anchor to keep us 011 the shuals of iinflation Tho world has long con sented to limit the volume of money to the amount tint can bo coined from golf1 111111liler mud tho amount of pope- credit money which can bo with cer tainty converted into such coin The only enemies of sound money are those who undertake to abandon tide ancient and safo money system and comploto the work of reducing the metallic basisl one half How nay man dares to prate about sound money and in tho same breath insists upon discarding ono hail of tho worlds coin reserve is beyond1 comprehension Certainly tho worlds paper money should be reduced ono hat if tho total amount of coin which i rests upon is reduced in that proportion lint this iIs not proposed by tho sound money men as they call themselves As Into as July last Mr Jtiswold the president of tho Union bank of Hrook lyn made n speech at tho convention of the Now York state banking association held at Uuffalo in which he declared1 that an increase of currency wss abso lately necessary and ho insisted upon converting all our greenbacks old treats toy notes into interest bearing bonds and authorizing tho issuance of national bank notes to the extent of ono thousand millions because ho said nn increase of tine currency was necessary Ho had no information to give as to tho amount of goldcoin ho would have as a redemption fund These bank notes wore to bo guaranteed by the government and the government was to be guaranteed by the deposit of bonds Tint would make tho whole bank issue redeemable in gold coin by the government and would be tho some endless chin which Mr Cleveland croaks about in all his mes sages Nobody is compelled to pay th government any gold for taxes or duties We get gold by purchase only and at a premium corresponding with the die count at which wo sell tho bonds Thf runs from cloven to eighteen per cent Tho Democratic party insists upon financial system that will require twico as largo a coin reserve as that advocated by tho gold standard men and that iis the diflcrcnco between the two parties Tho golditcs want a gold standard be cause they know it will be an Insuffi bent metallic basis and will compel tho adoption of paper flat money which they expect to bo allowed to issue them selves There is no intention on their part to have either metallic money for general clrculatlC1or paper that can bo converted IntonFhctalllc money in any other way than by tho purchase of gold If 1 i and tho creation of an unlimited interest bearing debt for that purpose Those who favor gold and silver money aro tho sound money men Those who call themselves sound money men solbudiy nfl flat money men Enquirer PartyThoPresidentIJames A iiirllelds brother Is very siginificant and showsI i ilOilopintform doilytMAMKSTOWX MICH October it11806 chnlrmnt1fUnion silver Itnto VKIII VUIIIIIIIUW Grand Uaplds lIehncllr Sir I am EllgIlInll power or any diernIandrall tho silver produced by this country used equally as money and treated aliko clpltllltrnplUIIstA1hoarding their money in a national bank vomit or investing it in government bondn IWIIIIL capital put where it will do work I was proud to bo n lie publican when Republican principles were voiced by Abraham Lincoln Presi dent Irani John A Logan anti Jamca A Inrlleld but I am opposed lo having tho principles of tho Republican party Ivoiced by the banker bondholders of theirtagent Murk llnnna I am an American hence Irun opposed to consulting any Iothlr power in our American policy es pecially In finances TllOMAH GAUMKID F How to Oat tho COlD Somo very stupid advocates of tho sin gle gold standard think they havo a poser which cannot bo answered by tho friends of free coinage Ilwo workingmen different politics 1when of emrgauged iu a political discussion The polltlcnlImeeting tho night previous stud hind lis toned with Intense Interest to tho argu meats against free silver Ho treasured his IIUIIIIhopmntCsIHo commenced II flUPIunlintitodfcoinage of sliver how would you got 1Huy of it 1- afterfYotttfavor tho free anti unlimited coinage of gold Sow tell me John how nro you to Hut any of It 1 When you havo answored that I will reply to your ques tion This win n poser lo John I1111a teacher of tho previous evening had left that proposition for a subsequent lesson Before the lunch hour was over John 1felt liko kicking himself for ills stupidity and both concluded that they must wrk to get either gold or silver mud If there was an abundant supply they would get moro for their days work Tho result wns that John wits converted They shook hands anti concluded tiny would vote for the free sliver candidates En quiver Still They Come We last week republished an article from tho Cincinnati Enquirer regarding an increase of wages at tho Central City Stove works Newark Ohio Hero is moro from another point Seeing the generous offer of Mr Cun ningham in your paper of tho Oth I hnvo this to say j Being a mill owner 1VoVa and employing a great number of men at both places I will say that 1C William Jennings Bryan id elected 4 Iswill also advance the wages of my em Inwas a strongadvocate of tho gold stand ard but today I honestly believe it tote 4 too Iwst for tho country anti tho people respectfullyJ II Miruxr R Tho Union Pacific fast mail train WM held up near Ulntnh Utah by threa masked men who attacked the express car and entering tine mall car took A number of registered letters The con ductor cut loose tho engine and running 1 it into Ogden gave the Alarm A num ber of old acouU are oriitbei- e trail Y s r rf rte l0 1rw pt T7T I 7iE DAY 13 AT HAND Tho Almightys Finger Guides the Chariot of Our Destiny I That Itolln no Clonn tit Ittiln Hut Nnvor- StrlUc 1Vlisi llrtuli Wnril cur H Cotilllct null Of ft llmiili 1roviint homo tire I fhseiterTslrnlgn e serwom I Dr Talmages text was Ilu vans xlll 12 The duy is at hand i Hack front thu mountains nail th I seaside and tho springs lid farm house your chucks bronzed and your spirits lighted I hall you home again j with thu words of Ikhtui to the Shu i natnite Is it well with thou IIs ii- I it well with thy husband Is It well with t tho child On some faces I sue thoI mark of recent grief but all along tilt tfaclc of tears I see the story of resur rection und reunion when nil tears aru done tho deep plowing of the keel tot lowed by the flash of phosphorescence Now that 1 have lukud you in regardl to your welfare you natural ask how I am Very well thank you Whether It was the bracing of the mountains or a bath In tho ulrII of Long Island llcach or whether It iis tho Joy of standing In this great groupI of warmhearted friends or whether i is u nosy appreciation of thu goodness i of God I CUll nut tell I simply know I i I am happy It was sold that John MofVatt tho great Methodist preacher occasionally got fast in hh sermon 1ILund to extricate himself would cry Hallelujah I11110 in 110 such predica ment today hilt 1 am full of the same rapliNodic ejaculation Starting Oil t tills morning on a new ecclesiastical1 i year I want tu give you the keynote of my next 15 months ministry I want to Mt It to the tunes of Antioch II Ariel and Coronation I want to put anew trumpet stop into my ser mans We do wrong ifoaltos our personal sorrows to Interfere with the glorious fact that tho kingdom Is soul ing We are wicked It we allow appre hension of national disaster to put down our faith in tJol and in the mis j main of our American people The Sod who Until been on the side of this na tion slnco tho Ithor July 1770 will tWO to It that this nation Small nut unit mit suicide on November S IMtO lly thu time tho unparalleled harvests of I this Hummer got down to the seaboard wo shall bu standing In a sunburst of national prosperity that will paralyo thu powlmists who by their evil proph colialo blaspheming the lied who hath hlcftl this nation as he hath blest no other In ell our Christian work you and I want more of the element of gladness No man had a right to tiny that Christ never laughed Do you suppose that ho was glum lit tau wedding in Caiiii of iiilUuc Do you aupposu that Christ was unresponsive when the children clambered over Ills knee and shoulder at Ills own Invitation Do you suppose that the Kvaugellst meant noth lug whoa he said of Christ llie re joiced in spirit Do you believe that the Divinu Christ who pours all I tho waters over thu rocllit i Vernal Falls Yoscmite duos not be live in the sparkle and gallop and tu multuous joy and rushing raptures of human life I belli vo not only that the morning laughs and that the mountains laugh and that thu seas laugh and that the cascades laugh but that Christ laughed Moreover tate if n laugh and a tutu lute an alembic and j assay them and test them and analyze then and you will often Und as much of the pure gold of religion In a laugh ns In a tear Deep splritul joy always shows itself In facial illumination John Wesley said ho was sure of a good producctlUecaused gladness he saw among tho people t Uodlcss merriment is blasphemy any joyIsMoreover tint outlook of tho world ought to stir us to gladness Astrouo liters disturbed ninny people by telling I them that there was danger of stellar j collision Wo were told by these as tronomers that there lire worlds com tag very near together and that we shall have plagues nut wars unit tu m nils and perhaps the worlds destruc tion Do slut bo scared If you have t ever stood at a railroad center whore I 10 or o or 30 rail trades cross each 1 other and seen that by the movement of the switch one or two Inches the I1 train shoots this way loud that without colliding thus you may understand I how 50 worlds may cone within nn inch of disaster and that inch be ns good ns a million miles If a human t twitch tender cnn shoot thu traits this way and that without hnrm can not tho 1 hand that for thousands of has upheld tho universe keep our I little world out of harms way Christine geologists toll us that this world was millions of years in building Well now I do not think God would t r take millions of years to build a house which was to lust only 0000 years There is nothing in the world or outside the world terrestrial or astronaut leal to excite dismay I wish that tome stout Gospel breeze might scatter all tho malaria of human foreboding The sun rose this morning at about six t oclock nUll I think that is just about the hour in tho worlds history Tho Jny is nt hand it Tho first ray of tho dawn I sco in tho gradual substitution of diplomatic kill for human butchery Within thoL laat 75 years there ltmo been Intorna t tiounl liHVronces type would have t roufflit a lock of arms ir tiny other j day but t itch wore jjcacufully ad I R jested the pen taking the paso of the sword The Venezuelan controversy in any other ago of thu world would have brought shock of arms but now is adjusted that no settledIage of the world would have caused lyImenofwar oil tho Narrows or alT the Mersey Uy the gulf stream of the ocean crossed by a gulf stream of hu nnetions Incarnadined No A taw wine men go into u quiet room at Geneva Itj1 settled IPenceI IeaceJ IIIgin 1111 pays to the United States tile amount awarded pays really more than she ought to have paid lint still all the Alabama broil Is settled settled for ever Arbitration Instead of battle So the quarrel about the Canadian fisheries in any other age would have caused war between thu United States 1110yI Iror the Invasion of my Canadian fisher ies Tho United Status sail I will not pay anything Well the two na lions say 1 guess we had halts leave the whole mutter to a commis tlppulutedti and thel commission examines till iif andINot a pound of powder was Imrncil no ono hurt so much as by thu scratch of pin Arbitration instead of battle So tho Sntiioan controversy In any other age would have brought Jir many and the United States into bloody collision Hut till is settled Arbitra tion Instead of battle Franco will never again I think through the peccadillo of an cmhassa dor bring on II Tuttle with other na tions Silo sees that Gnth in punish meat at Sedan blotted out tilt French umpire and thu only aspirant for that throne who had duly right of expecta I tion dies in a war Unit hits nut even the dignity of being respectable What I Is the leaf that Kngland would liku tear out of hut history The Xiiln toII I Down with the svvor1 and up ivlth th treaty I Wo in tills country might better have settled our sectional dillkMilties by al- I bitration than by the trial of the sword Philanthropy sniff to the North Pay down a certain amount of money for the pnrchnseof the slaves and let all that horn after a certain time be free Philanthrophy lit the same time said to the south Von sell the slaves and got rid of this great tna tional contest nail trouble The north replied 1 wont pay a cunt The south replied 1II Itvnnt sell to Warl war A million lend men and a national debt which might have ground this nation to powder Why did we not let William 11 Seward of New York and Alexander II Stephens of icorgia go out and spend a few days under thin trees on the banks of the Potomnu and talk the mutter over ami settle it as settle it they could rather than lie north pay in cost of WIll SI 710000000 and the south pay SI7M1 000000 thu destroying angel leaving the first horn lend in so many houses all tho way from tho Penobseot to tho Alabama Yu aged men whose sons fell In thKtrlrl do you not think that would havu horn butte Oh yes we have come to believe I think In this country that arbitration Is better than battle I may bu mistaken hot 111010I that the last war between Christian nations UI oiled liarharhms may mix their Will paint and Chinese 111111 Japanese go into wholesale massacres nod Af glen nnd Zulu hurl poisoned arrows but I think Christian nations have gradually learned that Will 1 Is disaster to victor as wellI as vanquished curd thnt almost anything bought by blood IIs bought at too dear a price I wish to lid this notion might bu a model of willingness for arbitration No need of killing another Indian Noticed of sacrificing any more bravo ScnCusters Stop exasperating the red 1111111 and there will bo no more arrows shot out trout tho ambushmcnts A general of tho United States army In high repute throughout this land and who per hops had been In more Indian wars than tiny other officer and who had been wounded again and again in behalf oruur government in battle against tho Indians told uiu that all thu wars that heel ever occurred bu tweet Indians nnd white men had been provoked by white mutt told that thorn Wits no exception to the rule While we are arbitrating with Christian na lions let us toward barbarians entry ourselves in a manner unprovocativo of coittest I Let me put myself in their place Inherit a largo estate and the wllt III are rich with fish and the woods songful with birds and my cornfields are silken and golden Here is my sis ens grave Out yonder under the large true my father died An invader comes and proposes to drive mo off nod take possession of my property He crowds me back ho crowds mo on nnd crowds me into a closer corner until after awhile I say Stand back dont crowd mo any more or Ill strike What right hnvo you to como hero and drive nio off my premises I got this term from my father nnd ha got from his father What right lave you to como hero anti molest mo You blandly say Oh I know more thou you da I belong to n higher OiVlliaation I cut my hair shorter than you do I could put this ground to a great deal better use than you do And you keep crowding me bilc and crowding me oa Into a close i corner and closer corner until one tiny I loot around jpon my sulToring fami ly and tired IIi their hardships I hew you in twain Forthwith all the world comes to yo ir funeral to pruuotutat- ulOgl11nt coiies to my execution to anathematize nit You an thu hero I am thu culprit llchold tit Unitedl States govcrntunt and the North American IIndian IIIlie roil man lei4 stood more wrongs than I would or you We would have struck sooner deeper That which is right in de tense of IL Washington hon h right in defense of a home on top of thu Sijrra Nevada He fort this dwindling redl race dies completely out 1 wibh that this generation mltrht by common jus lieu atone for the inhumanity of its predecessors In the day of Sods judgment I would riuhcr be a blood smuarud Modoe than a swindling United States otlier on an Indian reservation Ono was a barbarian andI a Sttagt11111 never pretended to bu anything lint a barbarian and n savage The other preten ledI to be a represent ative of a Chrioliin nation Notwith standing all this the general disgust with Will and the substitution diplo matic skill for this glittering olgu u f keen steel is a sign unmistakable that the day Is at unit I I III find another ray of dawn in theI eiuriression of the worlds distances U hut a slow MI illlike almoit lope slideI thing would have been the worlds reetillciiiion with lluOOUOimi I o population and 110 facile means oft communication hilt now through tel egraphy for the eye and telephonic iu timncy for the ear and through steam boating and railroading the JVOMI Milts of the worlds circumference lira shriveling into insignificant brev ityi hung Iollihi nearer to New York than a fow year ago New Haven was liombay Mos1 cow Madras Melbourne within speak lug distance Purchase a telegraphic chart laid by the blue lines see tit telegraphs of the land and by the redl lines the cables under the ocean You silo wiint opportunity this is going to Jive ft r the final movements of Chris A fortress may be months 01 IShttotvtl building but ater It is con it may do nil Its work in SO minutes Christianity huts been plant ink iU batteries or 15 centuries andI may go on in tIll work through oth er cenuries but when those batteries arc thoroughly planted thou for tresses are fully built tiny may all do their work in M hours The world sometimes derides the church for slow ness Ot movement Is science any quicker Did it not take science fiUY years b find out so simpio a thing as toe cumulation of the human blood With the earth and the sy full of electricity science touts 1800 years be fort it oven guessed that there was any practical use that might bu made o this subtle and mighty element When good tarn take possession of all these scientific forces and sill these agencies of Invention I do not know that the redemption of the world wilt bu morn than the work of little a day 1 10 nol rend the queens speech at tine proroguing of parliament the tiny before in London If that bo so is iit anything marvelous to believe that in Jt hours a Divine communication can reach th whole earth Suppose Christ should descend on the nations many expect tint Christ will come among the natlins personally suppose that tomorrow morning the Sun of God from a hovering cloud should descend upon thirst cities 1 Would not tha tract he known all over the world iu Jt Hours Suppose lie should present His iospd in a few words saying I am tic Son of God I came ti pardon all your sins and to heal all your sorrow to prove that I111111 a supernatural being 1 have just descended from the clouds Do you be lieve Me1 and do you believe Me now I Whv nil the telegraph stations of the earth would be crowded as none of them wore ever crowded just after a shipwreck I tell all mesa things to show you it is nut among the impossibilities of even the improliahiities that Christ will conquer the whole earth and do I it Instantcr when the tulle cOllies Tlitre are foretokenings in tho air Something grunt is going to hap pen I do not think that Jupiter is going to run us down or that the axle of the world In going to break but I mean something great for tilt worlds blessing and not for the worlds damage Is going to happen I think thu world lots lout It hard enough Knough tile famines and plagues Knough the Asiatic cholera Enough the wars Enough the shipwrecks Enough the worldIiuldprosperities and triumphs Better be on the lookout letter have your observatories open toward the heavens and tho lenses of your 101lsholl Luydettjarsmighty influence Butter have new fonts of type in your printing ofilces to set up some astounding good news Better have some banner that has nov er bocn carried ready for sudden pro cessions hotter have tho bells in your church towers well hung anti rope within reach that you may KingsSonfor the Judge of all tho earth may appear Let all your legislative halls bo gilded for the Grout Law giver may bo about to come Drive off tho thrones of despotism till thu occupants for thu King of Heaven and earth may be about to reign The dar o cs o the night is hlooraiig and whitening into the lilies n morning cloud send the lilies reddening into 1h roses of stronger Ilaylit garlands whether white or rod for Him on 1111Jc dug is at hand line morn rav of the dawn ISIO ii- l facts chr mogloiicul nod maihtttnnticil Come now do not let us do another stroke of work until wo have title matter What is going to bu to final issuu of this grunt contest be tween sin anti righteousness1 1YhiC isgoinif to prove himself tha stronger Soil or Dianolus Is this world goiinf to be till garden or all desert Now let us havu that matter settled If we believe Isaiah Kxchiel ind 1 lumen Mud Micah tad Malnchi an I Jo m and Peter and Paul and the IL ml himeli we believe that it is going to bu all garden lint let us hove it settled Let us known whether we art working on toward success 01 toward a deal failure IIf them is a child in your house sick andI you are sure he is going to gut well yon ftyinpnthiz with ptvsjnt panty but all the orbodlng is gone IIf you art in a cyclone off this Florida coast tool the captain assure you the ors KU is stanch and tin wind are chang ing for a better quarter and ho ih sure i ho will bring yon sife Into the harbor you patiently submit to present lib truss with the thought of safe arrival Now 1 want to know whether we lire eontilllOil toward dismay darkness and defeat or on toward light andl hlutKudiiosi You and I believe tho latter IIf so ovary year we spend is one year subtracted fruit the worlls woo 11111I every event that passses whether bright 01 dart bring us one event n ajr a haipy- I I I consummation 11111I by all that iis in l oral le in chronology lord mathe 11111 tics I o nnm nd you to good slice trod courage If tiiere is anything in nrithnutie if you subtract two from five und leave three then by every rolling sun we ore coming on tOWII111I magnilcent terminus when every winter passed is one severity less for our pour world Then every summer gone by brings us nearer unfading nrboresccuee IPut your algebra dry t IuttI the lIp of OIt1 arrl jii It it IIs nearer m Ii1i at oclj k than it is at J if it iii nearer tiwning at I oclock than it Is at a then wj nru nearer till dawn of the worlds deliv erance idls clock MUiHii to ifo very slowly but the pendulum nwiuys and the hands naive and it will yet str ke noon The sua nnl thi in roil stooli still once they will never stand still again until they st ri forevvr If you believe arithmetic as w11 as your Il hie you must believe wv are nearer the dawn IeIday Is at hand1 I INTEREST i ITEMSII II Totnno bicycle Worker wages have fbeen cut SO per cent OMiTimtn of tho people who go mad are said to recover their senses S ycnrhencediseclsuoPxor KAIIII of Vienna announces that the earth will conic lu collision with a comet on November 13 1SW- MAIIY SiTutr wits bald and wore a wig lialdness was a very common af fliction among the ladies of that day Tin bricklayers of ItutTalo now have a IIi11e hour workday anti receive more wages than they formerly received for 10 hunts A STATISTICIAN advocates tine use of aluminum coins It placu of the copper coins now in use lIt wears well ho says noncorroslvc rind Iis wonderfully light JtBKN VurroitiA owns a gown which hits no duplicate in all the world IIt iis manufactured elltirclof spiders webs and was a gift from the lute em peror of Brazil ofIredericof the SIM OOU required to place a mon I SottIllanncrAicoiiuiNO tuefahithitantsstarvation at the end of iso years InIthat time the population will have in IrnposlhleA nioiKSsioNAi cyclist says that c small tcaspoonfulof powdered gum arable with the souse amount of hIi ceriiu stirred into a tumberful of cold water and drunk slowl verybestexercise Tin king and queen of Greece live in adaptingtheir I plight of the country old their majesties often take the street car when they want to run down to the port of Athens prillclpal States of ll Hung Chang wll be theIpurchase of machinery from this coun I try for the construction of IS3000 mtlos of railroad and the development and silver minus in China goldt1 f doctorsthat thlIInj InUIllongnl111s j lendtendency a thenailsindicateball j ofnailtothroat I tholUeendtcntQhcnrt shortnatyou may look fornervous disordersfI THE SILVER TIDAL WAVE ioThe advocates of gold It monometallism never weary of depleting In IUlul colors I t the horrors of the silver flood which StatenI of silver Lot theyI never explain to us the exact modus operand They tell tig rJL+ money world and tliatlt we adopted lire coinage the tuition otJhthe world would IbeginI pouring thiIrnlil coin awl bullion in upon us toad that thrytvauld unload eventually all their white 1IIlIIIIIIpOll1l1l In addition to thIs the earth would be scraped for silver told tills too would till be dumped upon our shores Now Use silver money of the world may be divided Into two almost equal parts Onehalf of it circulates at Its market value while tit other half ell Inlutc4 lit nearly twice the market 1slue The silver money of the Inlteil Bullet Kngland France icnniny out other European notions Is worth about itIsthat none of this kind of money would hi dumped on us fur the very simplo reason that It wouldnt pay This point can be made clearer by illustra tion Suppose that France should adopt the free coinage of gold ilndstl met at tile ratio of sixteen to om what profit would there lw to anyone to thistu11uhJupontraurr7 1I1leeIti iiould adopt free coinage we would have nothing to fear from the silver I speakingItsilver standard countries had the fol lowing stork of silver money Russia HOOt JUII India OIOlHUMioo Knghiid In Asia Ceylon straits settlements and Hongkong llOOOOnoo Chma 75000 too Central American states soooOOO South American states iooiioooo ilex ire ooono 0 or together I1111000000 American gold dollars J Nov haw much of his money would J flew htu th United States WhllhoneII of tin sitter standard ommtiirs could iiffoiil to part with anyof its silver t 111111 lUll none to KJHIV fie JlcrIcapita of India Is only and It I would be of no use to India to Invest lift 1 ihM in American products fled cut down her elrcnhifjng turd i um ill 111111 1 I The put capita of China iis uuly la5 J 0111 to lilt ill furl hUIIOI I 1lIlt Iwl urrcicr I by pouring her slier which is 1I0WI snlteml nil over the land in upon Ithe I States would be a suicidal I Iuiftll lI d there Is no reason to nntlcl fate tiiut there would I be n tlnnl atoll t There Is not a nation In tin world that1 F would havcniiy interest iin such n course I T that till this talk about a silv T flood l nuWren Commercial Ippctlcl A REPUDIATIONIST lilt Iiilui Mirrniiiu used tin Jolil Ke 1 k hirvii In IH7U In answer to the talk about repudla I iou provided the government ShetldApity out silver on all coin obligation a little incident has lately come to viewI which is cxactly In point J On the 1st day of January 1879 re Mimptlon of specie payment was bcguu 1t under the direction of John Sherman t lien secretary of the treasury During ti- IIthe forenoon gold was paid out in con 1 siderable quantities About the close t of the morning lour tit messenger II1l Irom Wall street arrived with huge 0 seeks ready to take away the yellow t metal tie secretarys assistants clime h to him in alarm and said he gold would 10 soon be all gone at that rate Our gold t standard secretary and historian of the f crime of is7i then and there gave or lj- dors to pity out silver coin It tins oH II toed to the Wall street agents theydldo tint want it and went back to their r broker employes leaving the gold ID p the treasury untouched but the sue 4 J ICS of resumption of specie payment v- wns assured mid John Sherman had nf r forded an object lesson of what mightuhave been legally done at any date slnlfc It bud might be done today i f- Our silver coin could thus be Jtgall1iIand justly used the gold reserve j I precisely as is done in France and there Fi would be no tnlnt of repudiation for tit us now any more than on that 1st dayoh j17 January 1870 An exsenator who had long IicrredllIIII the finance committee with Shcrtl1l1l1tito gave to the writer this incident Hadustated that SlllrUllln himself told himbeof It at the time Farm Meld and FIre i to side if i mi reThofPartn fall The question for settlement ItjUI shall we late n gold standard or ahsU1owe hUe bimetallism A friend orourtotj clwhoIItlcleeti IeCorblitf for gold it was labeWjr1 ba 4for4 4JJ cviI voted the ticket Inlyeled re publican MVl ne vote the ticket labeled democrat thJ do fall because It s for silverFlint tthothere In n nllllle nnJhowlts cricbl fug itnnco we are after Western Rnrw W 1 1111 When the average marl Jooths t II J kitknowledgesistlblc interest in Ita1M a I I r c f True Statements From UCki g Col- Ith 1 et Aro from Your Nolchborj and InrrlCllltl and Xot tram Unknown ra Jeoi lo of u lfttiut State h rl the AHIercdn Jftivartt Ohln r iiFrom AlllhOW8 WIt visited at het beautiful little cuttugo hoUlo IvN1 tUt Strcot OtlO or the prettiestrosl 00 JCDCU struts In thu city or Newark Ohio riot slio wiis found busily employed in U i her domestic dutica nglat1lIllp16 at + tital1284 I1ln u resltleot or LicUng county Irii Mill for thirteen yoiirahiisrcsUcd InNowurlc le1 gbouasmauy friends throughout tlio west er ern part of the county its welt ns iu tho city cellos ionlUlcnco w her Is Htroiif und who In jj rcaiuo tlut she will iniiRO nothing unless U u worthy of It Hill sdd lo tlo reporter Id For uiaiiv years 1 luul bean u sufferer al from Indiuistlou tin 1 llho nivoinnunyliiK ills Uvspopwiii nod constipation brliij in totoutI iiieir train und was so inisernhlo that at r tunes 1 iliil niitcnro wtiith r 1 livedI or died et twos iroiiblwl with bl ISUIIIK mid never tree fvnm lulu 1 noticed In tho dully Newark 1AWIIIII an advorllsemontof Dr Williams 111flulel PHlII for 1ulo 1coplu In which the lit eauIo syugltouls Weir ydtea that I was IIUC ferlHK from IhaitrltlloaolnediclnoaftcIt another without receiving any s ccial ben tctlt nor hind the local physicians hitch ma Id UM relief thai should have luul mull be lit I I very much discouraged Thus 1tIttra tliit procured from the druggist H box of lIr Williams1 Iinlt 1ills far Pale a feoplu without much hopo of thlr doing Id me aiir go illI 11d wan ugrooably disap iI pointed to lad that the lift box was doing i mo a vat doal of good My health wss at better Ittijril o t heartier und enjoy what to Into an 1 hill not for jears It was with In renewed liujo that 1 purchased u second box of tIC i ills watt 1 soon was restored 1toa tau II bcler state of health than for e niativ ran h clr vu Of coin e 1 lo t rejoiced over the chaiuro III In my pvii I foudltiiiii and my family were ej uiiiy happy 1 do ant liko to talu rmedlliI in t tlM lorm In whicii i1iI IlItllllnI IIii 11 lo ilk them und follow thin di itlyit1 lodiI t clisely Tho pills tlc the blunt a ftMui I aliiUHt imnttliiiioly That ins id lidti t0 y us ago flint sine I then I nave l cnji vel s ctniiil heal d Uf onurHu wiiitoI I Jjlrr on mo than untiiwr as IIIli not tro I 011 r ni tiringi tn0 rd u out her huLteI havn IKLMI la goml ho ltlt01 pat ttt AV nUTrt uldirlenvwin i i r iiiT th HIIIIU lit lo v niii00 kiiMti III UlltnuH fink ills fnr luto l o l 1I H While 11111 I thesa In Iho id bOils I rv moinlKT of lilY fiaiily nxinl neth i r i n iiilt btftiofltcd Iby tlirir lean Hi1 n tO lU h fi r tiOriHl thc7 iiiun1 I 111I ixliove the n It sUtul very IIKI r t ni in polnigliiK lilY lli I rocom tIII M d my iioiirmwrs I r their u theItI t Ur 11 i iMvis1 Iiiik fills for Ialo 1eoplo litI s IV lilllllltr tho OOnversiitl H And lullsrbyI l t y lu IM i iwrk to hI chotlti the ruddy yyline t n n and in foatorliitf her Uinotita nll1 trIP fiinlly liollevo in the effloaoy to of tie Iri Hilt Unit they are all that fa al lain I III Dr r In tVIIIIH fink Pillo erntaiti in a con 1 i toiIL iv iv u2i rid Horvcn Tlicy arc also a l i r fir Mlnr to feiiialcs sau1spt is 1llc5II tIjlh and itU et torats rlII1I0s8fhl LIMa Ilonithd bin dwdl riHtoru the Ifll w of to Ie pail I Iisillnw checks In men they effect ISaIIL il 1illIlIlIpaK anti ing trout men v ivy overwork rcvfN 4 of whole cvern itiiiv 1lnk lads ato sold in hXL14 ntVr in loii + bulk at 0 cents a box or six ii 10 i r iVi and iay be had of all dm Ki if tlirect by mail from Jip Vil e llaiiis Miiiuino Iflaipanv SiLouceUuly S Y a POLITICO fIISTORICAL IdA CurloiiA tnclilnnt In Itnrman Inter Atntn Ililntlon tv A Illiitiwtaatorci has Icon nlxil halted In ieriKtiny rfVM titSellltinatrrc Gnpitto TIll little village nf Kiirnbnc II winch has hitlicrtn iKlotired partly ton the gram d duchy of Hesso and partly tog he rrard achy of Itaden vasrcerntly l by trcav between till two povem sol e ctnrly und forever hieinjnrtted into rt IIthe rrard dtiealI state ol Undcn The c oddest nir about the iont jnrifdie w 1on undrr which ti Kuriibnoliorshavc o hltlierto lived was that tie hotfis were dtint allotted to HesKe rr to linden his d their joHMlon Inside or outside any Ie frontier line betwixt tin two stateH but by the late of their erection r Houses built at ono period belon el1 t- odon mflonalitv hens M lullt tit an r ctlter lperiod belonged to the nMior Out a IwlicMMt wIts found sufficient to heep order fnr both jtat H and hits uniform t vns eonpcqnentlv lIt eriotrd his f min ennt fhowtiT that h was tot Itufr if 1 PuJji sad its blue faeln s e 11 trnroM botftv witniiR tnt he rViVy repreetitcII the unjesty off I Novv tint th btic 1 lrn born J tripfd nil and not hhtl lint the IJndeit e preen rriluK n KPSHMI newsnper t sti7T etM Ill bh old coat should l c f lrcscntd to the Cermnn jn rrutu Hit iKlilMK Ml iWV iOdHK lisslt1 ant Miv iirv of tllr Smitiisoiiiiiu in 11IolltlIl11l1 wlio niit in UxiiuKt MI re lavingabeen horn In New Albany in ISftl father was Mr Frank Joode und hill mother vas Sarah Crane Joode both representatives of old New Albany families cull highly respected in the f 11commercial and social lifo of that city I In addition to other positions of honor occupied bv Dr Uoode he was in I charge of the Smithsonian exhibits I c shown at the Worlds fitly In New OrII I 8 leans in ISMSA While he was yet njj 1boy his parents moved from New Al I II bany to Cincinnati and thereto Florida hi8II IYIWife at Itittfnlo Valley Ilaptish church I near Huntington W Va the other I day Marlon Jhitler was married by I the preacher who had performed theII funeral service to a cousin of bis dead wife t i lUsEUAM Is being cnthu8ia tically IF practiced behind tho walls of a well Icnovvu and exclusive Philadelphia pri i rate school for young womca j i JJ A TALK WITH BISMARCK Toutonin llegayg OnJTllnnUA gentleman who was at rricdrlclls rube a few weeks hasago printed au account of his visit llismarck he 8U8 rontplnlMlioruce It was painfulI continues seaboasuddenly press his right hand against his face WUtltheto servant In the morning gives him in tense pain nUll the muscles of the face rest nil night but the pants become lens seiere during the tiny The uglKItI course of it Prince Itismnrok said I Iliad tint nations succeed only so far as they have Teutonic blood In their veins and so long as they retain tIll Iculiarities of the Teutonic race TIll Hellish were a really great people only when drinking was fashionable among them The rarerto use their understanding I understand 1 believe every no thou but till negroes lure the only race to wltirli I feel an antipathy I ennnof rompicr for they strike me ns carlo lures of the whiles The United Stato in tIll lift of which they nee of essen tial importance hits enchained my at tendon all the snore Tho fact that tin social domocratR play mi Important port only1 Iin till grfitt cities theft whore how over it has proved po sibo to push Itheta energetically Into tin back ground is probably a coi cqut nct f the Ihinncxs of the Miptilu5on Till hothouse plant not of our olvlllxatioii thrives onlyI whore people live close to gf tberMr Itnitcroft nltcrvs ormod In wo tit Ideal of an AiniHcan Iiplotimtirit 111Mi Mlnntjflo compmktltv ini li tin iiiiir ntrrtnhhlntprRMinn by rout raw trill one of his pridcoonsorii lit lot tlr lind trlv u me ti irItIIRI of nntioynn thrnngrh his wife who thiirht lior+ef nlitlttl to throw nil tilIIflilftft tints to the winds At Iho diplomatic rewp floni she nhvnV1 + stanch in ttaopln Riner thronph which my visitor lnd to mi like n general Iwforo tIhidiploinatleba lit array Ono rhnmborlain ii fur n i other npjMnnd to lend br knelt to tin front hint 1io rrpitlacrlanth ulngfoI nt taeW iill at last an army of olimnbor lain Indvancfd innnlornf hordeI ngninst- nrr i nod thrum induced ho1 fn ntiro In showltp hInlrn s the emperor rnvp him tif print nd Hint ho voff t only when It wits ubnoltiiply new ftiry nn ItII very laooininlont Ii tultifil When I hint dined in thin pill noo Homo sx or wvon ndlont of try ogiment wore ordered in their out ras o lo till rllnner which mid wo or three hotis I pitied them nil the more as I wild tomyaelf tin IIhndlHvn the ontiwi of what neomed torment In meIn answer to 1 the nimarkthnl tilt em peror haul dined at Frleoerlelmrtihe with his oulniMt on lie sail liiiMiroi must und IIIMV do sevotnlI Ithing that wv trust not nod mny oat do The great effort it east thu jirineo tII bring ant the words in spikiiig Ing lishHrlin onlyI the 111111 of the long habit of consideringthem well I If forohiind struck till princes visitor When ho spoke Commit it was out so noticeable II is command of Unglisn however is comparatively good lie said MyI slay In ICnglnnd WI my high school In Ihiis5 I I owe my first oxjior dice of sickness to my voyigo thither whicli was very stormy I was a tot inenting thought for me that I inlgh Ibe thrown to nail fro and gnmnil I lc lietwoin till varipieces an it seemed ous currents in the waler thus to gn down to Davy Junes md add ono mon to the victims of the chaiiiel MyI im agination conjured upnil tillI corpse mil relies of ships at the boitom of th emirlnr the rest I used to speak link lish in my youth end hit follow ing in cidnt of nlv var of military servic hits stuck to my memory One tiny I hail to go rtralght to n hotel to dinner till tuned with dust and dirt and hnd to sit Inside an Knglisn fmnily who hind arrived that tinytly1 iiiitlriiwingmomlike exterior induced them to consider what I was One lady remarked MCHntI possibly be an olll per hUI his hand Is not that of a pri vate J listened in sihrce Finldoiily thin lady reached on 5ier hand tar iniKlnrd pot hat as she coiilrl trt renal it I gave It her anti said in MV IM st KI lish Its empty hut if your want an other Ill till the waiter to bring you n full one The princes hands continues the in terviewer though disfigured Iby some guilty nodules are still slender and white with broad nails mill It Iis to be regretted that he has niter had casts or them taken SOl hills he ever really sat to nn artist for said he I am no poseur In the course of some lin guistic remarks he declared that the Herman of educated Dcrlincrs is the best because It IIs freest from dialect Berlin Cor London Standard Alinniliiiit Proof jjtVhy do you keep me in au gou of doubt What proof have yen ever given that you really lure 1I1l1 1h Ambrose IVc brolfii oil everyone of half a dozen engagement made since I promised to marry you Detroit Free Press Duty Iis BO conspicuous that a blind I nwn can see It AtcWsoa Olober T nnlnUallulynn1 fhlth Unlnllairlvony Uie late MulngaMyex prime minister had feathered his nest Well Ho left 50000 hens of cattle 3000 slaves 20000 ounces of gold dust 51 000000 in the DnnU of England S70worth of goods in his own house palace and other buildings at Antana narivo the land on which the French resident general is built for which France pays 2400 n year three InlandI farms real estate at Tatnatnvc andI half tilt profits of n gold mine conaesslon made to an lingual con puny He iis bellevd to have left besides treasures conc nIN at Ambohhranga nnd other tinrts of Madagascar Trip ITnilrrlnkHn fur Ilrnttltii Knkn Will be rendered taint benellclal and tit fatigues of tnivel counteracted If tit voyager will tttio along with him Hostet ters Stomach Hitters and use tlmt n lithe lira and enabling tonic nurve Invlpirantl and anpotlzor regularly Impurities In air and water IIs ncntiidlned bv it and il Is a imitelilesH tranqullllzii1 and regulator of tho stomach liver and bowels H counteracts inalnrla rheim nthm and a tendency to kidney and bllldlh ailments Siirits there tort particular thin g about the town which struck your1 llo Yos a bicycle Yonkers Statesman Till Minlirn Ititiiuly Thrives ou goad food mitt sunshine with plenty of exoivlso in tutu open lilt I lor form glown with Hwllh and her face wlli its bounty If her svsl in IIlnoIIIII Katisiui n linn of I laxitlvo I filmsJbnlubytic Kvintv II the man who iKvoincs suddenly yroat shotikl buy a bUyJe in order to con ceal1 his strut A hoes In Time Have Nlne of Halos Iliinoy uf lloivlionnd un fli r for Coughs 1lkos TuoUiiicho ltn IS Uuro inouuiniuuto IfiltiI heard soinithliiff menu about you to ilnv Hlellii i thoHghtyoii loukud IloiWMlt IfowlI Topic AITBH six yotlfatifrlfaq I was cured bv Pawl sire11ttty TlloMMiN 3l 11 j olio Ave AJUfjtiony la ittitrti 10 W l1lMIO1tAtcll1tOQi hall Hlurrtl ltrn Is n Con tituUos l Cure i i1oe T- KIiNii IIs dtt0lgiry only when wo do not put heart In our work Jtaur Mom T novr want to witrh you out nn latft gain young matt said tlio Hhortntop to ills eldest I dont sir how you dlil II this tltrio nimworeil thofllld I never knew roil to rabh iiiViliini out fur n long limo boforo1 Cincitiiiutl hiniiiivrI- M afraid that when Ynppy and tint ills 1ivttviltl niv IIIIIIIII oho will run thin wholllSlahhllhllllUt And why not I Sim will bo tlio minimI jrirtnor by at loiint W- ilyearsIutrolt Ire Trow llViitnMmld Mm UIBlos to tho I fltipKMK you want HotnothltiK to ont this tnornlnirf No kind lady replied tho wayfarer tnlUtl to nw if yoi luul a ellltt ofT blcvclI to KIVU a ilworolng turn n Harpers lluwu ilH1 FwMiKwtiKiu Whr IIs a bnbv Rufm forinir with colic like 1t onsnrvntory lIn Mrs1 Iluorwulhor Bocinwu they nro too HWiHt fur iinvihine Mr KloorwHlker Naw paifsPittsburghWIIBX in the brassy skies abovo- No hope one help Iisti I igladly seekI the girl I love KIIOH always roil to 11- 10lIelllllllllaln Dealer UIIKS ono woman hears a burglar every nonmii In thin iiclKhboihood remembers thus she heard noises about her 1111 huuso at the hiimo hour AUhlwin tilobo Wuiin Tu iuiLs said tho school teacher llrmly you have a plied of chow log lnlll in your desk Urine It to mo ho sluntly Venm ivpbil Willie but It aint the flavor y 1111111 Yours In onm o an this Is winteiRAcii Harpers IJtuur- WntotiT said the summer lecturer iIs In lireet propnrlluu to density AIvl said the 8immer clrl what a wvl hty mind hollloSplndletop must huvolIClud- nnutl liugnhlr IIosiiTAi IlivmciiS with a view to ding nofil WliaL do yet drink Now Pa tient fctiocriiiK IllntI ibt pniposa1 IIOh filrl thauk you you I leave iu to you hlirTitUitsl it vI dont lluuu thluB dont try to 1 Ul +s Uioto Blooming I Health IbyI I ofiit Gt Thousands of aHUctcd women have bun ctdrcd by its us- eWhy not You A Purely Vegetable Preparation A Remedy with a Re1narkLtI- ca+ Record iLargei onu at our IJrutsCi Wnto rblydl cal manic tree tvarncrs saro Cure Co ItocbctterN YII p It Ita t It you get best wear out of a coat best work must have gone into it You cant get good bread out of poor lour e Moral You cant get the best out of anything unless the best is in it nnd the best has to bo put in before it can be taken out Now we have a rule to test those l sarsaparillas with n big U best on the bottle CI Tell us whats put in you and well decide for ourselves about the best Thats fair But these modest sarsaparillas 1 inoI I youlyour doctor to write for the formuiu Then you can satisfy yourself that you get the best of the sarsaparilla argument when you get Ayers AnT doubl lefl P Getth II Cartbook It klllt claubll but curit doubter AJdrciil JCAyerCoLow UM i l7 S I nil Bigger titan the Biggest Better titan the Bestl 5- E 0 E attleAxPLUG 1 What a chewer wants first is a good tobacco then he thinks about the size of the plug He finds both 5 goodness and bigness inII Battle Ax t l He finds a 5cent piece almost as ti i large as a JO cent piece of other high l grade brands No wonder millions chew II Battle alrY AxeHARVEST TO Tm 111111 INUV AND CITIFn West and The llorllnctnn Itonln sad many ruttrrn rnlroal nlll tell IXCCIIKIOV TICKKrW It VIQXTV xOVV nOUNCT xI rL1ixIOl ors August 4 18 September I 15 29 and October 6 20 Tako this opportunity to eo and see the plondld crops that Nebraska Northern Kansan and other Wotorn sections have produced thla year Ask you noarost ticket agent for particulars nail ooo that your tlokot rondo via the BURLINGTON KOUTB Bond to tho undorolencd for a pamphlet no charge about Vctoru Farm Lando P 6 CU5TIS Conoral Pcesonsor Agont CHICAGO ILL IplpNarera nr nrru n Onr llnpb eta ihoald u nlwNaddlrrmaInynctloaytotkwteedraa41 foddrr prtdnctIra market end leMlnit rla tail haw u mate It Free wUb c ulogoe If you name IliU paper 8MALLEV MO CO Monitor r1 With HARVESTEXCURSIONS 1 lIIINClru Or Till Northwest Southwest f1AGENTSSTEADY WORK OPIUM WK IAr CA8II WJJ want menerr STARK TREE provtn KJy4Ihutelybeet Superb tgrtem InnIaASYANo HTAtlK I BENEFIT TO MANKIND YUCATAN I aDd yyHIKH habits eared Rook Mill IKt M Weellrf Attests CIa l EDUCATIONAL r ORETTO ACADEMYtORETTO XARXOK 00 KEHTHCJCY LAcknuwlndvoi no aupp tor In feallttlse for ha liartlntf Knwldcc ftullurnind KeAae meet LIta1OTn CIOtIOlrtMpo x 11 to e TaI 320 XNKE lj12W- MKV rtVKlTINO Te AVVJUtTiijtmi plcao tote that Ter saw M9 TfrUw oat la Ibis Yapr1 t t r c J it nf tfit i Ir LLI V t THE HERALD JPKHOER COOPER Editor CHA8 E HABIGUT Assoclato Editor And Illinium MnnnKor I HAZEL GREEN KY IIIITHURSDAY Oct 22 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN or Nelirnnka For 1Ice President ARTHUR SEW ALL1 Of Maine For Congressman Tenth Dintrict THOMAS Y FITPATRICK- OF PIOYD COUNT Democratic Electors Following arc the Kentucky Demo antic presidential electors State at largo James P Tarvin of Covington W B Smith of Richmond First district J 0 111111 riley Second Judge II F Tur nor Third W R llrowder Fourth OUR Brown Fifth Wallace McCay i Sixth Harvey dyers i Seventh Robert Franklin Eighth R JJ Urcckcnridge Ninth W G Ramsey 5 Tenth Thomas T Wells Eleventh hoary M Beau chomp These are tho gentlemen for whom the Democrats Hhonld vote JC6TSTAMP UNDER Tim KOOSTEK SiXTKHX of the famous Chcnnult fam ily of Madison county are for free silver and ono in for the single gold standard This is about the relative proportion of tho voters throughout tho United States IN A Democratic processionl at Corinth recently sixteen girls dressed in whito were mounted on white horses while one old colored man dressed in yellow cheered for McKinley Tho procession was nearly a mite long WHAT Iis the matter with Hilly Ilrcck enridge ilea ho deserted tho Democratic party or is he only seeking olllcc The Republicans of tho Seventh district have f e nominated him as their candidate for congress and his name will appear ou tho ballots under tho log cabin How does the McKinley aid society like it 1 JOSTAMP UNDER THE ROOSTER WK WAUN tho people that a vote for McKinley is a vote to sell bonds to buy gold enough to exchange for four hun tired and thirty millions of silver dollars to he thrown into a coal hole to stay there until some syndicate wants them for export Into Asia Enquirer Itr STAMP UN DEH TIm ROOSTER Tr A man pays out ninety dollars in checks and ten dollars in currency the gold advocates say ho does ninety per cent of business on checks and argue front that there is no use for more money This theory is grotesque The man who gives n check merely sends his creditor to the bank where tho debtors funds are kept instead of in his own safe Enquirer Tits Republican party and its annex have been harping all the while about tho fusion of the Democrats and Popu lists in a number of states and have looked upon it as seemingly a crime Now we have n new phase of it It is not a fusion where they are interested It is only an agreement between the Republicans nUll boltocrats to do anything And everything to keep the good and true Democrats from gaining tho victory assured them Not satisfied with nomi nating Urockcnridgo in tho Seventh and putting his name on tho Republican ticket the Republicans of the city of Lexington have nominated a ticket com posed of Republicans and disgruntled Democrats for tho various city offices to be filled at tho coming election On no this lis not fusion it is harmony Why Be Objects to Them ExCongressman Tnrsnoy of Michi gan as witty ns he is bright never in dulge in abuse of the goldbugs In a speech the other day ho used tho term goldbug with apparent inadvertence Pausing to explain ho said I rarely r use that word fellow citizens We have nothing ogainst the goldhugn lIMe then we have a aiust the bedbugs What we Objfft to lathe way they get their living r J 1- i Yl a CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will please bear in mind that nil communications must be received at this olllee tint Inter tliiin Tuesday uvenlnj to insure publication in the current IssucI MORGAN COUNTY Maytown Missiles George Sexton is ou the sick list Robert Wills is nearly well again R A Childers is attending grand lodge this week at Louisville C A Sample is on tho Mt Sterling market with a bunch of cattle Our police judge has been found So much for the notice in lust weeks II EH ALnWm P Sample has returned from a weeks visit to his daughter Mrs E B Mny near Mt Sterling Misses Liwi and Lillie Henry and Ada Kendall of Ezel took in the prcnching at Maytown and Flat tuck Sunday Our energetic merchant It A Day is now wearing a smile on his face near n yard lung Says its n boy atid his name is Patrick Bryan after his grandpa Alox and the next president of the United States Mrs Rebecca Swango accompanied by her little daughter Kato hits gone to Louisville to visiti her son and daughter at the Masonic home Mrs Swangos sister Miss Lillian Patrick went with them as far as Mt Sterling where Miss Patrick will remain until Mrs Swango returns Judge Amos Davis of West Liberty made a telling free silver speech ofone and a half hours here yesterday follow ed by John W Langley who commenced on the taridand ended on the name with one anecdote after another to tickle hi y brethren and made no point whatever except one and that was when ho got to congress ho would put a tariff on eggs HO the ladies could take a loud to the store get a wick of collec and a bolt of calico and return home rejoicing Hope our ladies will not have to do without calico until Mr Langley goes to congress They did not inakcnn exception to their rule here for Mr Langley and every Republican in the house except two left as Hoon as ho got through and would not hear Judge Davis reply The judge hind some of them convicted and if they had heard his reply they certainly would bare been converted though some peo plo love darkness better than light Rah FitzpatrickOctober WINGLESS Consolation Chat October October oh month nearly over How bright anyhow guy you have been With leaves of nil colors and nuts BO sober And invrnrlrs to cling till you come again Nutting time has come John W Cecil is very sick with a sore throat W II DoRtisk preached an excellent sermon at the school house last Wednes tiny night Judge Amos Davis spoke in behalf of the Democratic party hero on Monday night to a large crowd School is progressing nicely with a better attendance than hiss ever been known in the past record Three months have already passed away and only two months moro remain of school How we ought to take advantage of every mo men t of it It seems that some of Frank and Jesse James crew are inhabiting this part of the country now and tanking good use of their time in tiring away at our school house windows and letting their bullets center Indian reservations etc How low they have set their mark October 20 Out LEE COUNTY Flncaatle Fishings The Fincnstle baseball team seems to be on top this season They have won two games out of three Mrs EUcn Knsh and daughter Ella visited her daughter MrsI Bonnie Jones from Tuesday until Saturday Several of the boys from this place attended the speaking nt St lichens last Saturday They seem to think that Mr Langley will win but in the opinion of your humble scribe he isnt in it October 19 MOUNTAIN BOY ANTKDSRVKKAb FAITHFUL MEN 1Yor women to travel for responsible e tabliiheil house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress fd envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2tt8 TUB HAZEL GREEN HERALD and the Cincinnati Enquirer ono year f1 II I Fight With Mad Buzzards The Henderson Journal says Ru tlullh Spidel a wellknown young sportsman of Louisville passed through Hen dcrson yesterday en route home from nII trip to Union county where he bas been l anhuntinginteresting and remarkable story of an occurrence that befell him several days ofagoI those birds of evil omen turkey buzzards and compelled to flee ftr his life IIIthindozen buzzard circling around over his head and not very high in the air He carriedcarelessly birdaiiulWith a croak of distress it fell to the ground one wing being broken Its aroundcompanionsfor an interval of perhaps three minutes the sportsman regarding them curiously The wounded buzzard meanwhile had with difficulty raised itself to its feet and was clucking what seemed to be a signal to those in the air At first they were apparently disinclined to regard it Then gradually their circles lessened in diameter and they slowly approached the earth Not until one of the buz zards had swept suddenly past his car with a vicious snap of its beak did it occur to Mr Spidel that he was in dan ger of an attack from them Still with out apprehending anti danger to himself the hunter again raised his weapon and fired Another buzzard fell Now the air seemed to be fairly alive with them Their rod eyes gleamed savagely us they hovered nearer and nearer over his head A sudden blow from a strong wing knocked Spidels shotgun from his hands Before ho could recover it ho was again struck and almost knocked senseless All the time the birds seemed to be trying to snip pieces out of his countenance with their beaks and to disfigure him with their claws Recovering his gun Spidel used it as a club and with it suc ceeded in knocking several of the buzzards senseless Ho called lustily for assistance but there was nobody insight and he made up his mind to escape if possible About a hundred yards to his right was a thick grove and to this he made his way fighting at every step At last he succeeded in reaching cover AH he entered the woods the birds made their last swoop at him one being car net so hard by the force of its wings as to strike its head ngainvt a tree and break its neck The others gave up the battle finding it impossible to use their natural weapons to advantage in the thick forest Aside from a few bruises and scratches Spidel was none the worse for his very unusual experience Armour Knocked Oat We clip the following from the At lanta Constitution of recent date lI Phillip Armour the great pork pack er erected an Australian ballot booth in his stock ynrfls last week in order to test the sentiment of his employes lIe hind boasted that JO per cent of the men in his employ were for McKinley and he made a bet that it would he so proven on election day In order to decide the bet he erected the booth that it might be proven that no effort would be made to coerce his men II When the day was over 800 ballots had been put in the box Gin were for Bryan and 125 for McKinley This was a complete knock out for Armour lie paid the bet and has given up the fight Ho told Hanna that it was no use things were all ono way and he now declares that if the Crane Elevator Works and other big concerns that have taken ballots from their men would give them the privilege of the Australian booth they would find a similar state of affairs existing among their employes J A White an expoliceman at Col umbus Oa hind a warrant served on him for disorderly conduct but got away and armed himself with n Winchester lIe then sought the officers and killed two When a posse surrounded his house to make him surrender a shot was fired from it wounding a boy Six officers broke into the house and one was killed White was then riddled with bullets The Methodist parsonage is being put into first class shape and as soon as it is in readiness will be occupied by the pas tor Rev L E Mann and family I Land Sale for Taxes By virtue of taxes due School district No 30 for the school year ending June 30 180 I 1990betweentherollowlngCompanyCo ElkinsTSolllby J1V NAPIER Good Judges Say f That Our Suits 0 I 500 750 IOOO I ARE THE BEST IN THE CITYI Next week we will put onJe sale 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHEVIOT PANTS at I X150 Dperr PairJJ LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS c PLEADING CLOTHIERS j 1 LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY ROSE DAZIIOPltACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IemllllnoI 01 0w w woIyour work isresi1ectfuJlsolicitcd a pJiAIiiJ LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor I l tIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special taro taken of teams for Commer cial Travelors Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the public re spectfully solicited H P PIERATT =tllblt7 lI ftJtiltlaA gTIjE REAT BJ1 NESS TRAINING SCHOOL T1SOUTH 9l fAdrffItJ MJ GJPrdul1 NUNONtoi or cwuTIS HOLDING FINE rOSI11O i lldllilJlll11Q l7hi j LEADINGI BUSINESS MEN Of 4 rORTTHE COURaar wANrrP rRtoGV fatrRna itflifJo jlra ftrf1tJ i 1 i I a 1- s1 ry Fo 1FJE HERAIBII= jdzal Green Hearsays Happjnings t 0 I Judge 0 B Swnngo and wife made iw trip to Ezel MondayJ We ire glad to sec Undo Joe Clark after a severe attack of hemI a atut lignin crrbngc tPicratt lull wife returned MonlI J T jjT from a visiti i to relativesi and fri IItht Ilah 11Cki11t tt- It1 ft Cecil and son Arlie returnedj a uesiayevening from a flying trip to j SterlinlII yt meetings at thIecut The weekly prayer church will be held Thursday jletbodlsl j afternoon at 3 oclock John II Rose and John w Crave are taking in the grand lodge at Louis Tille this week Rev L E Mnnn preached an excel1 audience at the lent sermon to a large jl Echurch Sunday A large crowd went from here to hear Judge Amos Davis speak at the Gihispic school house Tuesday night Lummie Long and wife nee Florida Gillospie of Montgomery are visiting relatives and friends on Grassy Mrs S K Kush and daughter KllaI returned from their visit to Fincastle TucsdaYand report a pleasant time Taylor Shockcy who hail his arm am putated by Drs Taulbee nod Carroll on f last Thursday is thing wll1at this writing The grand rally and flag raising thie afternoon promises to bo one of the greatest events of the campaign held ini the tenth district It is actual merit that has given Hoods I Sarsaparilla the first place among medi cines It is the One True Blood Purifier i and nerve tonic i Everybody in Wolfe county should hear HOIIH Robert H Franklin and Trimble of Frankfort Jive them rousing reception at every point Emery James and son have been cot ering the Prosbytoriun church this and now it will soon be repaired and out and ready for regular service Mrs Lucy McGuire Misses Lena jdI Combs Laura Dennis and Sarah J Pier mitt accompanied by JeflPieratt and Ovi Kasb all of Ezel were visitors in HazelI Green Saturday last i LOST On Stillwater on Monday October 5 one light weight overcoat The finder will te rewarded by returning name to the undersigned at IlletoF Breathitt county Ky En L MKAOIIKU t Through an oversight we last week neglected to call attention to the change in the advertisement of Fred J 1tzas the manufacturing jeweler of Lexington Read his bargains and when you go to the city give him a call Over 2000 head of cattle were at Mt Sterling last Monday and the qualitj itissaid to have been much heeler than Trade was brisk and nearly nil I were sold Pricey ranged from r2 tt 350 Pieratt tC Swango sold four 900i pound steers at 325 Robert Dickcn receiveda letter from R 0 Davis a staunch friend of hisI 5 Perry county and who comes from ia 8strong Republican family from which wiL 8 make the following extract You 10 how Bryan is here lie is all o kantd gaining ground every tiny IrEA letter from Miss Laura DRawling nd to friends here states that her mothc was stricken with paralysis on Sunday morning October 10 at about 030 and death came to her relief at 1230 MisI Rawlings1 ninny friends in this f ity sympathize with her in the hour of affliction Rov John II Scott pastor of the Pleasant Hour colored Baptist church I doing fine work His congregation has grown and people are impressed with tho truths delivered to them The sis- it iI tern and friends of the church E the pastor last week by bringing him a- 8upplof the substantiate for which he f is profoundly grateful Mt nt Advocate e Rev L E Mann pastor of the Hazel Green circuit of the M E church will have the following appointments Hazel Green first Sunday in each month at J030 a m and 7 p m and third Sun day at 7 p m Elkins chapel second Sunday and Saturday before at I0 a m and 7 p m i Rose school house third Sunday 1030 a m and 230 pmcpo t Pine Grove fourth Sunday First terly conference at Elkins chapel De t ember j and 6 The followingought to know At the first indication of diphtheria in the throat ofa child make the room close antncutand110 turpentine equal parts Hold the cup a fire so as to fill the room with fumes The little patient on inhaling the fumes will cough up and spit out all thediphtherintar and turpentine loosen the matte In the throat and thus nfl rll tot retie 1that has burned the skill of physicians t Lykipsfrom a June apple tree on whirl were eight half grown ripe second crop apples He also showed us one wMchI I was fullgrown and remarked there were oIthe f it is that it is still a young tree only having borne to seasons but during thati I time four crops have matured on th tree The Stock Farm purse The Stock Farm that reliable andl i progressive horse journal published t Lexington Kcomes to the front again this year with another liberalI purse for trotters and pacers The horse men seem to appreciate this effort iin their behalf since the publishers inform us that they received over five hundredI entries to a similar purse given last yeas The Stock Farm certainly deserves to bet successful In their undcrtakinc as they are offering to the horsemen of the coin try a chance to win more money for a small investment than was ever given them before In fact it only costs the ridiculously low sum of onetwentieth ff one per cent to enter and less than one per cent to start for a purse of 0000I They guarantee the purse to be this amount and the nominator is taking no chance whatever other than that which depends upon the ability of his colt ttoin go fast enough to win IthTwoFor One 11Ve have made arrangements by which1 we cant furnish the Cincinnati Weeklyi Enquirer and the HAXEL GREEN HER AM to new subscribers for one year for ekthe small sum of One Dollar which iiM idetho price of Tin UEIIAIII alone AllI old subscribers paying up their urrcar ages to date can take advantage of thi offer This proposition only holds good until Noiiember 15 1890 after which date the price for the combination w ilI be 125We made arrangements with theI Toledo Weekly Blade whereby we canI furnish it with THE HERALD one year for the low price of I1 This holds good all who are already subscribers to TilE HERALD by paying upall arrearages and one year in advance Tho time to take advantage of this offer is limited sc if you want to take advantage of it comei once Editorial Itch at Campton The Estill Eagle plant at Irvine purchased recently by Circuit Clerk JuniorsI A Wallace has been sold again thiI ISI at Cumpton who will time to parties move tho outfit to that place and start a There is noRepublican paper imagine to bccomiway on earth we thoroughlyI cured of editorial itch that to embark in the newspaper business at Campton What on earth a ncwepnpci Incan promise itself there is hard to tell Jackson Hustler askNotlco Time fact that the wheat of the country is N poor that it will not make good flour and injures the bolting cloths I have dos cided that I will not grind any wheat after the first day of November All have good wheat should bring it in at once and I will grind for then but under circumstances will I grind bad wheat UIIaud no the roller mill will be closed untilI spring If you want good flour bring good wheat at once your Oct Mt J TAYLOR DAy isHon Jo M Kendall and Hon H B Kinsolving are billed to peak at 1 Green on time 30th iinst at one o clock1 p in the interest of the Democratic 11seJert party He Pc on the 29th and at Campton on tho 31stmg A Million Gold Dollars Would not bring happiness to the sufferingwith dyspepsia but Hoods Sarsaparllla has cured many thousands- of It tones cases of this disease regulates the bowels and puts- all stomach tho machinery of the system in good order It creates a good appe Tue working and gives health strength and hap pinpes wlilihurmoniousl1Pills act lar1l0odJI Cure an liver Ills Hoods Sarsaparilla 25 cents x ENGLZSZ3 I ZTCHEl Jf12 W SHORT STREET LEXINCTON KY Regular Moals 25 cents Meals to order nt all hours Breakfast from 5 to nn m Diuuorfromn ow a in to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p inr 7 1 Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CHJS LUJCinm lYAvq inilnP WOLFE COUNTY 14 Olllmoro Gleanings Andrew Haddix lost a very fine mutt brokeIion these days David Linden sawed off tho horns of G2 head the other day IMnrried on the 14th inst John Knhjj to l Miss Rebecca Lindon Long may they live anti prosper and their troubles be only little ones rTAylor Shocks had tho misfortune to get his hand cut off by a circular saw a a lfew days since We hope he will recoI er soon and be all right again but noth hug can ever restore his hand to its place again There is being a great deal said in thee days on the subject of finance towit gold standard or sound money as some I term it and time free coinage of HihcrI and I wish to say this touch to the read ers of Tin HKUAM that there has never been a time since time old revolutionary war that freedom and American liberty were so dependent upon tho votes of tho American people as now England has got the yoke upon us and tho bow in its place Now then if they succeed in electing McKinley the key is fastened and in ten years at most there will be one of the bloodiest wais that ever has been seen since Joshua and the Israelites marched seven times around the city of Jericho This is my prediction for thcI oppression will be so great that time pco pie cant stand it mind they will rise upII arms to throw oil that yoke ol lion and bondage as our forefathers did in the old revolution Voters stop and think and dont pass this as an idle tale but judgo the future by time past A vote for McKinley and the gold standard ImcalJliI hard times but on the other hand a vote for Bryan and free silver means prosperity peace and happiness Plenty of wIIglIIto the laboring man and a demand for all kinds of stock and produce Hurrah Ifor Bryan and Sewall Fitzpatrick and free silver October 20 UXCLB REMUS The Toledo Weekly Blade Every intelligent family needs in addition to their local paper a good national weekly Tho greatest and most widely known general family newspaper in tho Toledo Weekly Blade For thirty years it has been a regular visitor in every part of the Union and is well known at almost every one of the 70000 poHtofliccs in time country It is edited with refer dice to a national circulation It is Ia Republican paper hut men of all politics take it because of its honesty andI fairness in the discussion of all public questions It is the favorite family paper with something for every member erof the household Serial stories poetry wit and humor tho household depart meat best in the world young folks Sunday school lessons TalmngcssermoiiH time farmstead the question bureauII crllltheand other special features Specimen copies gladly sent on application und Iif you will send us a list of addresses we will mail a copy to each Only 1 a year If you wish to raise a club write hofor terms Address The Blade Toledo Ohio Dont forget that fine typewriter pnper at Tin FlnaAiii office when you want some Only irc per quire WANTEnSKVKIlALFAITHFULMKX tnblinlied house in Kentucky salary iSO payable 15 weekly and expenses Positioni permanent Reference unclose Milladdress luIILJllIgcChicago FOR SALE Necessity compels me to collect all tha- is t i owing to me so that I can pay debts that I owe All who are Indebted to me that do not make settlement with me nt once will nfind their notes or account in the hands n- an I officer for collection I want to sell nil the real estate I own and have control of consisting of two houses and lots in Camp ollelIei from Campton and tour loU In Walnut Grove Ky WJIIleJlon easy term JOSEPH C LYKINS I July 22 ISOOtf Campion Ky THE HERALD IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY NIA A iA I i1li 1aAililt N011ilUnI = nI11 JClnlntt r S QIJoOIi t a The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky Tie Next Session Begins seMei lI 1896 I Full Courses Sustainedi in Every Department Expanses tho Lowest lhorOwhIj Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business E HAZEL GREEN KY It- e 1 Keeps n full lino of Watches Jewelry IIIJIl nllll Speemiclt is the host opportunity in tho inountninH to obtain nil education at a small Post Ontnloguo and particulars FYc 1IL COlt s = =A O = = =A == = W W = 1J MIHAVENSl PRACTICALll j Jeweler and Watchmaker E- Ia 1 J1 f1 IlltJRopalring Fine Wntchou Specialty and Gold Syoctnoloa a anythinginFine see us m We cansave you big money p O O UNIVERSITY O O f 1i tJJ The and rates 20 SOLD ALL tons Ac Ac 4 Arts Bible ere ill and has Three Hclect courses of Flue very modcrme 111111 rill III at rennonulile rates September 11 Ior OK nod buy particular Information apply to CHAH JOIJIH IOOH President and J McGAUVKV President College of the lliblc IKXINOTON KY 111I tiir = = I- J I Yrar 171 JfiOUS1rnIIi tHazel Green Ky MRS LOU DAY jJJ t table time ProprlotrossII I oI adonis rCICJllnlJlcIIII I ttflPierattsI connection Livery Stable illI I PIi v I I J =I I P B XxIIltoIlia1 I Silverware KENTUCKY WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUQE r FOR YEARS Has led WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BIT DRVOOIST0 1 s BicnRnsox Nutrias chiin HD MATJPIN REED PEEBLES Go I OHIO Four Colleges Liberal m I Music College of Liberal Courses lUnsslcnl Literary entific allowed cots teachers Gymnasium begins iJ msaIIIg ana Jofios 1 rv ji 111iJ Goods and Faulty Groceries i1 to which tho attention of tho public is invitod and thoir patronage solicited I iJn j 8MHS LOU DAY 4i v l H dUUfe tr 1UNIVm5BUIID1NGIArm2i r H WURMSAI all GOOLEI ComI j I THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE IIWrite to T B QUWCEY Drawer 160 Chicago Secre tary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for information regarding Accident Insur nronceDv 10 doing you tea nave oembereblp fee Ilan paid over ttJJJWJW1 accidental Injuries Be your own Agent 0 MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRED WT COLVIN WITH TRIM JLE BROTHERS WOI8SaIB iLi8sMT STERLING KY ii iiAt A 1a n J i max 1 t l THE HERALD ePENCER COOlEtt YubUI lea f HAZEL GREEN t I t KY HER DREAM WAS DISSIPATED Gall Hamilton Idra or a Womim Think 1rovoil ChimericalJ Gall Hamilton said a Philadelphia banker to a Bulletin reporter recently I wns n very able vonian but like i 4 good inutiy other women trod urea too for that matter she didnt and rstand finance Her ignorance on this subject led her into n grave mistake at one time and thereby hangs one of tin most curl Otis talon of human credulity tuft ever clime to light About 18 or 20 years ngo n woman named Howe opened n bank of deposit in IloHton It had several peculiar fen turcfl among which were It way owned and operated by womrn the accounts onlyyof women were solicited though there was a proviso that the sterner sex should be allowed the uric liege of depositing money though under no circumstances would they ever lit allowed a voice in tthe manage neat no Vault wim to he made as In ordinary savings hanks as to thu amount that would be secured on der posit This was nil very well andof there were nothing more the innovation might elornr lloston Jilt the circular wound up with till rtnrtling an nouncement that the rate of Interest would he eight per etlIt1 month Not only that but this rate of IlIlorlolt was in mill costs to he pail in advance One would think that such nn ah surd IpropositionI would he langluul nt In flay intelligent community lint it wasnt and the bank won actually In operation in Itoiton for over a year Th concern wan located In n funliiiimlil quarter of time city and did a rattling busluNI The Howe woman if she terurdI ly understood Ithe biuinc lilt WNH en gouged in which wan imply to get a you win old keep nil you get Tin bank WNM patrnnitd by high nnd low rich and Ipour and bore every iiitwnrd tivldenee of prosperity A few of tin knowing onefl who put in or I lie ground floor made mouyout of it for it was only Decennary for anyone to dcposl Sttl00 Miy and get lutek1 1ISO In six montht E It ans only by necident Ihnt tie con ecru wan exploded A servant girl In Hit family of a Imnkor bpd an iccoitHt in the woman 11ft Ilk and lien employer wiw it and began to Invest ignte The story got into the pattern nnd he bub ble burst Orcat was tim cmmtiwitioii among the women folk and Mi i How came out with n Ipronuneliiinento say lug that tit bank wan all right mil would continue to do huxhleNS hut In three days the concern was cloned by the sheriff and Mrs Howe was arrested nail Hamilton was among the womans hills She wrote a twocol nun article In defense of Mrs Howe IIn which slit Intimated very plainly that the failure of the bank WIIH entirely din to the jealousy of tin men that Mrs Howe and her system were all right and that mull bankers could pnyeight per cent n month if they wanted to Of count then were lots of people I who could see after the bank failed that no one could pay eight per cent a month nod she was mercilessly rill culed in the press nnd from the flirt that she never retorted as was her IIII variable custom on the slightest provo anon I guess her friends gut hold of her and kept her quiet How much did Mrs Howe got away with 1 forget the amount but It was some thing over half n million Philadel phia uillet In COST HIM THiNG Homo of the Tiling That tram Furnished the IrrnliltMit The following is a fair Idea of the many Incidentals that come free to a president Hvery hit of linen bedding towels and such things are furnished lie in slurred by the white house barber says Harpers Hound Table Ills table IK spread with the finest daintiest damask set with the most exquisite china and bountifully supplied with Itowcrt from the white house conserva tories If he sends n telegram It Is done from an Instrument In the white house for which tit government pays Ills stationary postage etc cost him nothing Should he taut n game of billiards there is a beautiful table at hand or if he wants to take n drive his table which time government pays time rent for and takes can of are amply equipped When he enters his business flee a man Is ntntioncd at the door to open and close It j and n private scene tary to whom the government pays a salary of 5000 n year assists him with his correspondence Time services of n typewriter are also furnished He is protected from the curious by Dumber of private watchmen Should he want tv cruise a magnificent steamship from the navy is placed at his disposal There are many other things that cost him nothing such as the culinary arrangements his steward who does the marketing the many delicacies sent Mm by enterprising thrums This by the way is n sort of nuisance for it eeoms to be the desire of every manufac j turer of some now eatable or drinkable to get it into the white house Things of value that find their way there are xever accepted Li i WHErc BRYAN STANDS rho Democratic Ciitulltluto lloldly Do Ilnes Ill1iewm Although the formal letter of acceptance made public by Candidate William J Bryan occupied but onethird of the space of that of his republican com petitor it managed to say ten times us much Mr IJryan at the commencement of his letter takes his stand squarely upon the Chicago platform and gives his 1114I went to every plank There is no doubt about his position no hesitancy in defining ills views IIn demanding that the cxj endlturrs of public money shall be conducted with economy and III the interest of those who pay the taxes the democratic Klnndardbciirir Is voicing the demands of the jHoplc irrespective party In his denunciation of the recent Inmd issues Mrl IJryan likewise appeals to the good sense of the American p- Ill o And when It Is rerncmlKred that less than six months ago an issue of these bonds was marked by a gross favoritism which amounted really to a notional scandal Mr Itryann plain Il lust rutinu of the xrnlcious system can be thoroughly appreciated- In his reference to the national hunk lug system Mr llryan forcibly Illus trates a laud feature of the American system of financiering which hut few persons understand This portion of Mr llryanH letter should he carefully studied by everyone who desires to vote Intelligently Itt will in a measure largely I explain why the bulking Interests are solid for IIIIIIIIIThe hearty support of the Monroe doctrine is another feature of tint let ter which will thoroughly please every ltmuc55ell Mack reckon to talk tooSt true American It I is tIll doctrine of this country Candidate Itryans reference to it shows that he Iis a keen observer of the hold it hints upon public opinion Ity declaring his hearty support of liberal pensions for those who have riilVcrcd injury in the military and morel suits of the country Mr llryan re rails that tilt Interest of the veterans inn be safely contided to his iarc It will nullify the effort of some to arty tit soldierngainst him It has lung been the complaint of tic masses that nil legislation is in the Interest of the wealthy classes MrI r llryan seems to have recognised1 tills iomcKtdoii to tinny by the lawmaking bulls nnd he points out the necessity of protecting tie masses hi the fret tx irelse of theirIxtlitlnlI rights and lam the enjoyment of iheir just share of the rewards ol their mbar During recent years the hosts of labor have heard mulli about arbitration to settle disputes between employe tad nnploycr IIn nrnrly every instance tierI proposition have Ixen snnu rsutd delusions shuts to deceive the work ing mon Mr ItrMins correct explana tion of arbitration polntK out to the workingman how his Interest cum best be sored The firma stand against trusts the demand that the government cense trilling with tho Pacific rail mads prosecute the claims of time people against them together with the hearty HUpKtrt of struggling Cuba are other features which will add to Mr Hrynns popularity ninth draw to his standard thousands of hesitating voters Mr Jtrytin wisely refuses to discuss the tariff Iissue because reference to that question at this tune is insincere Mr MelClnley knows while talking tariff ami promising high protection that even if elected there bcno change for at least three years the democratic candidate tersely reviews the situation Whatever may IKJ the individual views of citizens ns to the relative merits of ITotectlou nod tariff reform all must Y recognize that unfll the money question Is fully and finally settled the Ameri people will not oonsent to the con sideration of any other important ques tion Taxation presents a problem which in some form is continually present and a postponement of definite ac tine upon it InvolveH no sacrifice of IMT sonal opinion or politicalI principles but the crisis presented to financial con ditions cannot he post lIlcoI1lt1IuL delphia Item BLUSTER OF ORGANS Mountebank MotlioiU of time McKlnlcy Mouther The McKlhleylte money power com bination admits tint it Iis greatly en couraged by the returns from Vermont and by the Indianapolis convention nod the organs ore sounding glad notes mind declaring that their party has the dead wood on the people The sanguine temperament of some of the delegates pi Indianapolis led to estimates of the possibilities in several states that have given heart of hope to the g o p and we are now assured by some of the more enthusiastic organs that it is extremely probable that Mr IJryan will not curry a single state- n the meantime the cause of the peo ple Is moving Mr llryan hits left the enemys country mold the excitement attending hift visit having subsided the organs of the trusts and plutocrats arc foul to see in tit subsidence of the ex cltenunt a falling oil In bimetallic sea timent lint the good seed that the democratic candidate sowed In New York has taken hold of the soil and it will grow and frutify to the IIl11nZIIIIInt of Ithe money power by thethue election day arrives If the organs could keen Ill have put you up to outs lfepublft and and nil can As eon up their burst of nssumcd confidence for two mouths they might succeed in making people believe that their cause was in a fair way to triumph but they must expect to spend no little of that tune in answering the peoples ill gu ments which hurt as yet been met with little else than sncnrs for the argu ments and abuse fur those who advance them The ory of anarchy maid repudia tion is still heard in the land hut it will require something more impressive tri convince1 the masses of the Ipeople tha the time for sellassert Ion and effort toward their deliverance from tin bond mgt imposed on them by concentralid wealth lull nut arrived The situation isI such as to it herd every encourage punt to democrats to keep pegging many What the organs of the money power pretend to regard as q favorable wind IIs rally their own bluster Hing liamton N Y header Iulinorit 1oor Mxiimry Jen Palmers memory seems to be falling which Is hardly surprising con sidering his years mud other circum stance III atltinitiig to cilin time free silur editorials tint apjunrcil ill his paper tilt State Kcgistei in Isis he remarks Our editorials were not for free silver we had no silver ques tion It wits colt both gold and silver We were not advocating free silver timply fighting greenbacks If Sen ator Palmer can find nothing more plausible to say that that there was no silver question in ISiS he will do well to follow Mr McKinleys example mid let Mr Hanna do his talking It Will In ISiS that the HlondAllison silver bill became a law Mr Miamis hill for the fret coinage of sliver passed the house in 1877 the whole country echoed with the din of debate null in ISiS the compromise measure for the coinage of 000000 silver dollars a moods passed both houses over the veto of President Hayes Senator Palmer may not re member now what his opinions were 114 1S78 but it is certain that if he talked silver then he did not do it under the Impression that silver meant goldN- Y Journal Jy A LI TTLI NONSENSE = 1 vrcnder why they ever hung that picture IProbably because they rorddnt catch the artliit Fllcgende Rlaettor thought nothing In this world would ver arouse his inter st again Yes 1 thought I would try to make it inter jsting for him tint Is nl111I1Inn apolis Journal hatdoes It mean Pop when the papers say a arson died a natural Heath WL n a man dies a natural heath Hobble It means that he died vithout medical assistance llrook tyn Life Too Lay to KlelFlnfoiltlrSo Basemans dead eh l Poor fellow How lid he die Dnmblcton = Without a it niggle MasherI might hove mown it He never was known to exert IhnllelCluhllc Opinion So your fortune was knocked Into i cocked hunt l Time married man aughed n mirthless laugh I dont unite what they call it he answered gloomily It was a very large lint with four ostrich feathers Detroit Vribtine That sir said the phrenologist placing the tips of his fingers on a hump an Iliggins head Iis your bump ol locomotion Might you are replied Iiliggins I got that last night while trying to learn to ride a bicycle IlIu Talo Kxpress Time an EsIlItlalJ suppose you have forgotten that you owe me ten shillings said Philips severely No I havent retorted Wilbour I meant to have done so hilt I havent succeeded us yet ihc me time old man and II- willIIt1titn UNMANN rLVOUNG MENII I riuiKii of tin lresent lay hoed n Sharp te+ nu lam lllilIt is obviously absurd ttJ discuss hlti doers not exist and therefore thoseuoh- ave anything to sayon the subject of mens manners had better say it at once for it matters progress at their prcucnt rate men will soon have no 11111111 nell at all IEvery century Iles its dhitribitits if the uncouth word may tlIheilciincI Itildn lady Cook mltlIII IKIS IhllIItht1aglllHllt hlllPlonttenth century utterance Iis not a hiti too strong Manners are dying out es pecially among men and it really seem as if gentlemen would soon lie a tiling af the Hist IIt is high time that tiny young men of London wen brought I their bearings and it is onlv th women haul teach them thelesiin that they need This sun Is nearly over 11 tie or nothing can be done during its remaining weeks slut I awlt to resolve to make a stand hnlILsHII prevailing lien ishttess and boorish ness before next summer ctmcsarotuH It is almost Imredible the lengthsI tr which the young male of the present daywill go in had manners In the first place he ha pnetieallv ceased to answer rnvltiilions So get eral has this practice become hat hos tesses always reckon spot it w nen giv ing a ball A very wellknown woman of IIhl WOllll reenllso ut raft curbs ro ii a unmet She asked Ml women tad aiOi j i 111jtIIII j tended to accept her hospitality 011111 Of the remaining jill some came 1111 some stayed away Yet tin legend lK S V P1 was in the corner OftIvmtlA great many men who wrongly inn ijriw tlninselve to be gentlemenI ltItrl- they rceirt et rd fort hlIIlolIt rtpiv to it lint when the night of it arrhs they go to the bust little niter 1 IS de posit their coat mind hills and moLe straight fur the supperroom The thysgn11t down eat end drink niifil thy are satisfied end having done so depart without paying ever II inouiei try visit to the ballroom or having titdecency to greet their host or hostess In fact they use a private house merely as an eating house and go to it only for till practical purpose of gorging To many this statement will stirwellnigh incredible IIt is perfectly I true nevertheless and doens of hoii esses could bear witness tl it Whet mien do condescend to shake hands witli their entertainers and shuts in the ballroomI theyvery often refuse ir illjIpart I ners TheyI antherefore only in tiway amid deserve to lit carted inconi nently into the street without furtlur parley Their fatuous faces stay enjoy incut in others They squeeze mural the doors making entrance ninth egress longlimbedthe girls who come to the hall to dance rltlleulmuhI wonder that hostesses have tolerate dtplorabdccom plains of then but everybody SlIm afraid of them Why A sharp lessor worlitS01ntof tOcllt should trhertrherhetKI1Ifrllnkl refuseofdepartIntpertlnentnn1badly reasonable nnd ofmindThe LOVE LIGHTENS LABOntt Qdvant M Cnnnry lcoplo IIavo Used 4 enough The cOllUtr to Their CUyUrothuroII count himself person alto g gether1 than he whose worst Is tcne la opalWhitethere are few pleasures easily olah able in the intervals of toil Food mead sleep arc excellent in their way but j they are necessities ouch they arnusuah- IIly taken under such circumstances n 4 to have nothing of the character of t luxuries The countryman is luckier than this It may be that his lollihj J tiring and that his wage is n stnal onIbut Le labors in such n way that he nU waytgets the fullest enjoyment out of his rest and when he prusis b t2lvi his midday meal it is under e nfmonjj that would make a perfect hoi tiny for the city and to whose charm even the i man accustomed to them carrot grovr callous He lies at case among the sheaves thnt lie has cut and tV sun whose ardent rays mad hina tha heavier now adds to his delight Moreover htf eats with the pieasnntest of waiters to see to his comfort It may b7 his wife who brings his dinner orper liuns It Is sonic buxom girl from the j farm who Is not yet his though she will sonic day be as she knows within herself amid he Is not afraid to hrlleve Verily his toil is hard in itself hut hq must be a singularly discontented per Ron if he do not find it light amid thesej surroundings and under these pleasant conditions ASHAMED OF HIS BLUNDER Zeal of n Hound lcd Him Into a MortH- fylnfT MUtiike Up among the green hills of Vennonfc two country hall nines were contending nItloltlppcctntors was a padfaced lop eatc hour dog which had previously been investigating the contents of d woodehuck hole He had worked his passage in says Forest and Stream mw rlelldjjIproclaimed that the investigation was fitill on IJecoming tired of this tho bound was sitting down watching tho home team getting lone up when suddenly without warning be shoe across the field with a trajectory os flat as a 1UIO and with nearly the same velocity The cause was won appar cut Several little girls were coining up through a hollow and one wa just tall enough for her brown hut to shots through the fringe of grass on the ris Jog ground in trout When the hound came near enough for the opposed woodclnuk to merge into It limit moths girl under it he stopped an instant with a look of horrified surprise A yell noise from the assembled farmers who hind seen the incident anti this so mor titled the hound thnt ho much straight for homo and was invisible for several days An Experiment to Try An interesting ojcrimcnt In maglo may be performed that will show it to- be a mistake that water will tImid its level says the Chicago Interior Taken glass tube and heals it in the slmpe of n U Pour It half lull of pure water and1 be sure that the pitcher from which you pour It will only fill the bent tubo lImit full Tint is for effect on the ob- 1server Now take another pitcher con taining pure brine a solution of com mon salt anti pour it plowly into oneof the arms of time tube The water in the other arm will rise an teach or two above the level of the brino in the other and if you continue pouring it will run overt until nil the fresh water is driven ont There now you have an Illustration which can be used for a number of purposes 1 Not More Dentrnctlvr Strange io nay rays the Milltnry Ga zette the Improvement in firearms has not Increased tle murderous results of battles The battles which have been taught in the South American wars since IfiOO show that only one out of each 70 men engaged was killed In the FrancoGerman war of 187071 one in each M mulct death while in the Cri mean war rue in each 15 of the effective force were left drnrt on the field GreafBoles naturally result from tho croft morn whlth Wilkes tbo thousands of wonderful cures W HoodsSarsaparilla Tho Ono Truo Illood Purltlcr All druggists W Hoods Pills euro nil Liver Ills S5 cents LATEST AND BEST 100 ft to- 2ODO Fur WELL DRILLING MACHINES HORSE STEAM AND GASOLINE POWER ADDRESS LOOMIS LAYMAN TIFFIN OHIO WANTEDUaAGEN1 Fortb1lIrl nr1nn Trnged le nallanaIAIIIS srnnjta5go Ain 1 NaurU QUICK Ytnet CtuclwtNl4 0 1 ry ii LING TO YIELD THE PINT 7 fIn Wnt Would Take rincoJUmlen Free Coliiiiiro of Silver Oyeris Mule ltlluca ClIrespUlldcnllo thJTrlb too u11tch to the goIll side rotstwec0acedes cites disagreement with Air n lerod In his claim that free colnagt- i Ilto NSna restore the parity of the meals iscould Tribuud seeks only to develop the andThealb In whichever direction It may oafieItr advocates reniouetizatiolI be llnfuse it B0es wb that it will con sad dace to the general prosperity of the but Puatrymid not from any partisan rim ud DS It niatters riot to the Tribune i a JTheillP afar copper which way the peo or e termiue the money question next dertp1entber It will throw nil possible illII I Jtghtj on the subject and then be snt anIfhfletl with the peoples verdict what QIfer it tinny be ttot tJn regard to Mr Hryons claim the alo tribune admits that under free coin silver will advance and gold come forfdovn Were our country alone con th1cernetl the two metals might meet in Ow value nnd an approximate parity be re the toretl Hut it must be remembered till that to main tain a parity in this coun tha try not only ours but the whole words restock of gold must be pulled down In ofTnille Should a higher valuation ob 1y lain In Europe than in this country rgJ1d will he exported to the better mar tlte ket abroad This is what we nntici chspate will take place tin Hut It Is no yielding of the questionI t re for It is just what should take place h4 under a bimetallic system There llI- lIerbe no such thing as continuous parity ei One metal or the other will always be rnittortli more than its companion and the dearer metal will drop out of eireula goldRtH deplored any more than its disappear once was prior to ISIH or the disap m1 pearance of silver after that date DCexlro and the South American rear publics are unable to maintain the par cd ity of the metals by fret coinage nnd there is little more reason to expect 1y1that we calf do so Hut what dillcr nI once does it make if we can be richer lia and nippier with silver We certain no ly are hiding neither wealth nor coni dJi tentment with gold and everything is ho going froth had to worse while we re ut main so wedded to it as The silver advocates do not propose hQ the demonetisation of gold It will hto still perform an important function as n n check upon silver and if at any tune otl sitter as during the period from I1S3I aU to ISTII slum Id become worth more Ie than oldal the sixteen to one ratio 1 It will have to step back and again t I- lS1plnee to glllns the standard Such rest suit is not at all unlikely to occur and w especially as the remonetiation of sil s tel extends us it no doubt will toother Idolllltrilslint we eiinnot think that In tiny 0cnse within till next three or four years h tilver will return to I 29 per ounce in nl gold Nor is it altogether desirable to that it should Detroit Tribune ttGROWTH OF SILVER SENTIMENT- al It In Not Conllnuil to day Olio Section of the Country That the growth of silver sentiment I thcXewCICIlcrl l Connecticut ruin Massachu 3 hitsaownfnhlutvthunanimously instructed him to vote forO caadir date Hid 1111 tfoIlit That MrI HillI I I I hitsI ulIIllIf conditions that would require him to divorce himself front the opulent asso ieciatioase thatI Ihave grown so essential Iredwas a democrat does not detract froth the value of this exhibition of eastern d popular feeling A still more impre slue dunlay of the spread of democratic principles has been witnessed in New Jersey where the democratic state con vention met on the very dayon which t the Jersey bond syndicate candidate for the vice presidency issued his letter off acceptance Only four mouths ago r r convention purporting to represent the I hew Jersey democracy stet mid r with funereal solemnity iosolved t to battle for the gold stand n cud That gathering assembled In UK gloom of assured and welltie 1 served defeat Now the real democ racy of New Jersey revived rejuve noted nod confident of victory has come together and enthusiastically pledged itself to the restoration of bi metallism In connection the pri caries indicated that the advocates of gold will be routed in the coming state convention and in Massachusetts the friends of the Chicago platform are not only carrying everything within the democratic organixntion but an impnr goodchancetlouN Y Journal Tim First TliliiK The syndicate of patriots put a few golden ducats In the way of the federal treasury but If the major is elected President the first thing the s of p- will do Is to force a bond sale The people can give the gold jobbers a black eye by making the major stay at I home Binghninton N Y Leader Cniitriullctory Tho republican press secs some slg 1 nlftcancc In the statement that Canada I willnot accept American silver Yet it die continually harping on the fact that Ewdny one American dollar is as good m tiny VIUM In this country and In nil W I eVItrcsS Louis Hopublio Y THE FARMER AND SILVER III Only Slean or tin ills uea1uid Orr IlHlebtcdI beginningThe AmerJcun J oftheofcI explains in part whothrongNewYorJ11oreIC 1I whenI silver bullionwas worth 132 1371itIndia wheat costIn Llverpoolabout frouthisI4iverpulpricenbotit115incultbuybushel of wheat1 can be bought In In din on the same basis as formerly but at onlyjustbIUlltlltllnI1t c t n s Jt follows that the American must nc priceasI transporta lion The United States is holding ill vet on a parity withgold while we ore selling our bullion silver as a commodi ty at half price The illustration as to wheat is equally applicable as to nil silverbasisore told in the goldusing marhctt of Kn rope In competition with ours When t hlprice of wheat depreciates of course flourI oats and provisions in every funare affected in proportion When silver was demonetied in 1S73 the chiefI com NPuttiugwheat was about equal in value to an ounce of silver India was on a silt er basis t lieu and is yet that is the prod nets were measured by u silver stand ard This country hud a bimetallic stand ard then nod silver anti gold were nt a parity When silver was made a com modity our silver bullion being denied coinage fell rapidly In price relative to void leaving gold the single standard This has practically driven our American farmer out of the European1 market and the condition of the Anuiii win farmer today is deplorable It Iis said that manufacturers jobbers end dealers in agricultural appliances hold as much as 0001 lOOUO worth of past due notes front farmers who are unable to pay Farmers unit been put into Iibis condition financially by the fast falling of prices during the past lew yeirs and it is n self lc11 fact thai Iif present conditions are to PrtttI1is ind1 btedness cult never be paid off lt cause the farmer Is obliged new to put his product on the market at less than it rust him It Is gratifying to know lint the farmers arc almost unanimous 1 ly embracing the free coinage idea Denver TimesSun h RIGHT FOR ONCE Sir Mr Kin Icy tires Utterance ton Irni- Mlvcr Truth In his letter of acceptance Mr Me Kinlcy says TIll silver question Is out the only issue affecting our money in the pending contest Not content with urging the free coinage of silver its strongest champions demand that our paper money shall be issued direct Ily by the government of the United States Why bless you major you are right for once Till stwigcst chair pions of free silver do always demand that all our paper money shall be iis- sued directly to the people by the guy ernment of the United States nnd also that it shall be full legal tender III t there Iis a man in the United States who is n producer of wealth who i willing to turn over the jot of Issuiti paper motley to the hanks in our 011 ii ion he is a firstclass candidate for tin idiot asylum Gen Oarfleld said that he who controls the money of the coun try is absolute master of all its Indus tries and commerce Let all thov therefore who are anxious for a goy eminent of the bankers syndicate by the bankers syndicate nnd for the bankers syndicate vote for MeKinlev while those whn are for a government of the people by the people lad for the people will hesitate long before they nil Industry and com vote to turn over tiered to so unscrupulous u monopoly A republican congressman who oeei pied in the house n desk next to ielCiin anti for another yenley for a year next to Bryan and confidently hind become thoroughly ample opportunity to acquainted with hot speaks in the highest terns of the strength ol character nnd backbone of the latter while of the former he says he hns II backbone like a Jellyfish This prob ably accounts for the reason whyone believes that America can adopt anti double stnndntd without nnintgthe consent of any other mi nslCinLion on earth while tho other thinks that we should first nk Papa and Mam nm lulls conncnt Wcstein Hural ik7Trout Alt Let there be perfect equality In the financial treatment of all citizens and of each coined dollar under our flag for and me as debtors What is safe you anti safe for n1l othcrll should ho good and changeItrevolution for the better or silver weredollars ofmillionore simplynmdasntheyuwere betty cn 1702 ten SisS1 Should gold go ton pro Sum it would certainy not be dc nor would It qllit tlolnlthemonetized cfUcient monetary service lu our countrylratlonntalllst often serves liS an lmpregnnbh A great fortune fortress to resist the ad vancc of contentment I CAUSES OF LOW PRICE3 neftoraOjti of Silver Will Make Farm 1rotluuu Jlrluj Afore Mr GllVeu the statistician of the London board of trade a pronounced gold monomctalllst holds that gold Iin more variable in value than silver Of goll1bcomparingthese perlotlsheProf Perry the writer and author on subjects of political economy of Wil limns college who also happens to bo a gold standard advocate siys distinctly l that all history proves that gold Is variable Applying this admitted fact to tV situation of today the great fall ii prices since 1S91 recently referred to- by Samuel Allerton will be better ac counted for In a conversation the other clayeIr Allerton sail We now have 130000 barrels of pork selling at 0 We had nt the same time in ISlll 300000 barrels of porn sellln at SllTS per barrel We now have 50000000 of short ribs selling at 310 per hundred11e UO1OO00t1lofdredI From 1S01 to ISI Inrd sold at from 0 to s per hundred pounds now it sells at tlo- Mri Allerton accounts for this con stunt fallingI of prices from two causes First because the people arc Idle and second the loss of the foreign demand cut oil us he says by the repeal of reci procity There Is truth in what the Dig pork packer says lint it is true also that the fall in the prices of everything else needed by 1IIIIIlll1lnll including the price of sliver which was not ai article affected by reciprocity or by immediate consumption either by thos who were idle or those at work shows that some other cause must be sough to account for the ruinous full In prices If MrI Allcrtou will take his atten tion oil the pork barrel long enough I front nil consider the effect of the cornering of gold he will See that that can be pushed up just as the price of pork or wheat or any other marketable com modity can be enhanced l in price The demand for gold wis htl rluI1l when silver was excluded as standard money the result is that It goes up in value and its power is in creased anil all articlesI measured by iit as money must in like proportion come down All that MrI MertonI hays of the economy and ender consumptlon re sulting want of work is undoubt wily true but It fines not fully account for the fall It prices Nor do his remedies meet the cane Reciprocity is well enough nnd It will come in due time Hilt bettor prices for farm products which will result front the restoration of silver will start the of manufacture nod of business generally the idlers of which he speaks will become wellpaid workers and all the prices quoted will take ai upward turn Farm Field and Fireside fr in SllviT Id till llruin More businens firms are on the brink of failure at this time than any other in American history Thousands of in telligent manufacturers through the I cast dare not say what they think and what they would like and yet nre elements at work that will usher in a period of universal Free silver Is the means Many a man will vote for it quietly for it means prosperity PhllndolphnItom rake Your Clinic I A vote for Mnj McKinley means more gold scares more gold corners more bond issues more slick syndicate work A vote for William J Hryan is n vote for good tiincs Illinols State I ORGANIZATION FOR SILVER Parlous Forcr Are Uniting In Support of ISrjiuu- Tho thoroughness with which the various sliver forces are uniting in the becomingIslbleful political engineering especially in lcn11pullstIcmlers tional Issues and joining with the re publican North Carolina and Texas were the states where the greatest Inn gar existed In neither will tho re publicaus benefit from any populist alliance iu North Carolina three electoral tickets now seem to be certalnrln which case Hryan and Sewall are sure to car ry the state bya large plurality The populist and republican state commit tees are today wrangling over the con gressional nominations The populists insist on being conceded tho congress men In the first second third fourth sixth and seventh districts Oil these on a close fusion the populists may car- y I the first third nut Bcvcnthv while the fifth and eighth seen to be the only ones which they can give to time publicans in exchange On a straight out threecornered fight with no fusion the populists would carry two districts nod the republicans only one the death of Senator Vance the North Carolina democrats hive lacked leadership while the populists have de veloped Senator Hutler the shrewdest political general in the and the republicans have Senator Pritelitird Representative TllomaH Settle and M W Mott three ablu and aggressive leaders Hut the state Is naturally dem ocratic and all three parties are for free silver There lIe not less than 10000 reserve white voters lad threc fourths of tthem ore democrats Imo populist movement gained no headway until 1SOS when that party polled 4I7TJ votes principally at the expense of the republicans The dem ocratic vote fell off IftOOO from that of ISS8 while the republican vote dropped over 31000 Since then populistrepub lican fusions httvo prevented a clear test of companitivo strength Hut on Nourishment the gold standard correction HUOIUS togo our vuy Denver Republican purchasing from wheels there prosperity Register Since south congressmen In 1801 the democrats pulled II2fir SI and till combined pupa lists and republicans 150107 This wits a drop ot U000 trout them highest dem ocratic vote ever east while tho fusion vote was some 15000 greater than the republicans had ever cast There was fusion In but two districts in 1892 the first aniL sixth in which nearly 21000 oles wijce east for the fusion candi dates On the estimate that half of thiso belonged to the republicans that party polled 82500 votes for congress men against 54100 cost by the popu listsNo less than 15J300 freesilver repub titans following the lend of Ir1JMott and an equal number of populists will be found lined up for the democrat ic ticket in North Carolina in Novem her The gold defection Is not largo enough to note It is doubtful if Ptilmcr und Huckner electors will bo put out Headquarters estimates place the democratic majority over all op position nt not less than 25000 In Texas the persistency of tho mid dleoftheroad opullst leaders in courting republican fusion has com pletely demoralized their former fol lowers The populists will poll less than 100000 votes while the democrats are sure to poll at least 250000 and tho republicans not over 80000 even with the aid of some thousands of gold dem ocrats Florida and Kentucky are the only spots in tho whole south that are giv ing the democratic lenders moments concern and these only bocauso the polls which are in progress have not yet been completed Both will bo safe for the democracy beyond question by October 1N Y Journal George Moore has about completed newulvcl which hacalls Evelyn loot Y aI 1 CaCURRENCYi tow KnulaBdcr rtaraeal for Mrttf untlunal AgreesaeakDiscussing au article with wrrcllTcacJ New Englander iu which tko writer ff gold man admitted tho wrong of Ml ver demonetization by several nation 8 jf the world 20 years ngo and deplored aur Jliability to right Ih the Now Irlig lander said 1T I concede that silver should meter have been stricken down that Itwould be a good thing if by international 3 igrecmcnt we could breathe thohcnltb of life Ito it again It is n good thing but the reformation would bankrupt usYou of New England can ofalVpeo plo least afford to count tho cost of Brent public reforms Onco upon n time you began the agitation of the slavery evil This wrong was over 20 yentas old Yes more titan u hmulrtd the people of the south had more Invested in this property than the entire sum of the present gold and sliver sup llyof this country The slave holders argued the sanctity of vested rights 06 the moral right of protection against confiscation by fanatical agitators off the preservation of business Interests Did this argument avail anything So It was an evil like a growing can err nod with fire and sword you pluckcdA It out In bankrupted 13 states It turned a social system upside down It disfranchised white men nnll put the burden of responsibility for their eon hId of millions of 1 Ignorant blacks upon a prostrate people And now whenyoui lire asked to begin the emancipation ofrthe struggling muss of the whole ennui try you nre horrified because it might cost something those bonds you hold which cost you In JsnS 50 cents on the lanai and which have more than twco paid your money buck in interest nnd1 are now worth nearly three times what they cost you those bonds night de cline a few points Reform Is a grand thing hilt In your view It Is a force to be invoked only when It moves upon the conscience of the other man Hut silver may be restored with disaster to none and equity to IIIIC J Jlaclen In Atlanta Constitution INSURANCE POLICIES What U In That flu fuller holders Are Worrying Alwiit A correspondent writes from Kniumu uts follows IIin tint desire to have my nainn used for business reasons but I de fire to assure you that your out and article on Insurance policies and bunk savliigs hits the subject right My brother wrote mo from Pennsylvania that his premium of 178 soon due would hove to he extended or pulley forfeited owing to scarcity of money I cnn soy the same an to my itiMirnnco polley11u urn not worrying now an to what kind of coin our families Ill to receive in the event of our death but bow to get the money now and in tho fu lure to pay our premiums My family are friends of the MuKIn Icy family and have known them long years and they are fcIlowMuthodlHttu 1 heard Mnj McKlnley make his first speech in tho campaign in which he- was elected county attorney at Stark county 0 1 was then a lx yatMoiiiit Union college Ohio 1 feel vcryikludly toward the major and bin family I would gladly vole for him for bishop of tho Methodist church or for king of England but Ood forbid that I should BO fur forget tho duty 1 owe to my futility and my country as to vote for Murk Hanna and the gold standard Yours for tho friends of the people William J Hrynn and trtiosllrorNa tlonal Hlmetnlllst ARKANSAS VS VERMONT What IlKiirn till Nllvnr Uitr tlnii Cut la the JCIiMillon Two xtntcH have just lucid tltaic alee lions Vermont of course wunt heav fly republican and Arkansas ofcoursc went heavily democratic On Its face It appears to bo a HtundofT but a mo tmentri reflection will show Unit it Is not so far as the prcsidentluliolectlon IH concerned In Vermont bole parties had declnrcd for the gold standard and when the national dtimoornny put Itself on record for free silver ithitttlw party in Vermont with absolutely no ground to stand on The silver question wanLaao acme a square issue in Vermont In Arkansas though 1 the question of free coinage was the only Issue and the democratic vote according to the latest advices shows jnot gain of from 16000 to 25000 The majority is estimated at fully 05000 It In perfectly safe to say tint Mr Hryann mnjoclty in November will bo 10000 greater The populists will all vote for him and so will runny sliver repiibllcanB who would not Blip port a tleiiloeratlo state ticket Moreover Arkansas may bo fairly t downed n baromctcv of sentiment the vrxicrn Ktatcn It tho silver cause hllrtKrowii there it has almost certainly grown In UssoudNatloDnllllmctfd- U Nothing Now There is nothing new about Mf j Me a KInlcya proposition to closo tltt mmU i and open the mills Tho gold Binndard humbugs always did keep tho bars up whore tho money wu nindc Dcnver TitaesSun Thin scientific development whim began with tho treatise OB tlio subject by Edmund lloyle in U743 It la iiald that tho Sporting Ma Azinc In 1798 pub Uahcd time flrat aet of club ruler fW v whbt t A o- V LS t rA 1- It rOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LATE STATE NEWS 0000000000 A Jessamine county farm hand cut chocks of corn in half n day A movement Is on foot to secure stock inspector for McCracken county A Madison county man has contracts to furnish fifty cars of baled hay to In diana parties Leuis Marshal of Versailles ovate pistol with which Aaron Burr kil Iled Alexander Hamilton In n drunken row on Wolf creek it Martin county James Moore shot air killed Tliomas Hunynn The Louisville IKvonlng Post iisoflerin twentyfive bushels of coal and the paper ono month for 2 A fire at SmithH Grove Warren count wiped out nearly the whole to Eight horses were cremated An Ohio man has leased several In tracts of land in Hath county and t begin boring for oil at once The people of BAth county will v- on ote the free turnpike question at the general election in November Chickens nro dying from a dine n8C called limber neck in Madison county It seems iimpossible to Ifind a rem c to euro it Near lloutnii Marshall county Art Picrson idiot 11111 killed Hen Smith Tinl dilliculty occurred while drinking ci l together Versailles which lots been lighted b by conIoil lamps for the past year will commencing November 1 ho lighted bv electricity The postofllce at Martinsburg Eli oU county was nibbed ono night lust week and tiUln in money and fltO in stamps taken No clew- Anoverdose of morphine nearly the death of Thornim Hartford at Shel byville Prompt use of the stomach pump saved his life lohn Ktheridge a farmer of Nelson county was run over and killed by ears near Samuels depot The be was cut into nix pieces Too Prathor killed Win Keeling in Nelson county They were enemies over tho location of a school house ca wanting it near his home The Rebecca louring 111111lit Orccnup was burned lust week The mill iis a total loss and the lire is supposed to have been of incendiary origin Wyatt McCIecse of Lawrence countyl was convicted in the federal court at Louisville on the charge of ranking a 1 passing counterfeit 05 gold pieces Irish potatoes arc being delivered in Nit holnsrillc by farmers at JO cents n bushel nwl it is said that the profits on an acre exceeds that of corn or wheat Seventyfive tails at the Owcnsboro fair ground wero burned hist weekn it was with great diUlculty that ti amphitheatre and floral hall were waved Mrs James II Wilson of Sadiovillc Scott county attempted suicide wi poison becniiHO her husband and sons IJnotget up and build fires in the I Maggie llnlph colored went on the warpath at Louisville recently anti cut her two younger sistersi of whom she was jealous MI badly that their lives a despairedof C O Moore editor of the hume Grass Blade that rcdhot sheet announces thi ho will have to discontinue the public thou of his paper permanently by reason of nonsupportA ferocious beast is scar lug the people in the mountains above Pikoville It is said the people have stopped sending their children to school to great is the scare A tramp supposed to bo Frank Kennedy was found dead on the streets Covington Another tramp named J T Canary was arrested charged with the crime of murdering him Five sons of James Rogers a wealth and prominent farmer of Logan county havo been bound over in the sum ofI 2f00 to answer to tho charge of grand larceny having stolen a lot of wheatt cattle etc from neighbor On Tygarta creek in Lewis county Eli Cooper aged 113 and his wife Natl cy aged 111 nro lying very low wit It fever and can not possbly recover They are tho ancestors of several generations people who Jive InJOiat and adjoining r counties A Suspicious circuuiutaacea iu u como f T 11 tery near Dukedom in Groves county caused an investigation to bo made which resulted in finding barrel1 of moonshine Itgis thought the boys congregated thero to gamble and drink aFootpnd held np n man in Louisville the other night and found nothing a pencil and n Waterbury watch Co L paring tho time on the watch with n of their own and finding it over an hour tIfast they returned it with the remark that it was not worth having A Brandenburg woman has inventedl what she culls 1IIslIore diverter sn v the News It is composed of a hood and n flexible pipe When her ittsbnnl snores become unbearable the hood is lowered over his head and the snore is conducted into tho cellar There heist It been a rat seen in the cellar since thi1 diverter was used noMiss Sallie McGinnix of Elizabeth town sues Postollico Inspector Vicke ry beellldllpnl tho postoflico where Miss McGinnis was clerk A couple of decoy letters were sent by the inspector and the money from ono was abstracted Miss MeG nt nisH was nctUfcd and discharged hence tho suit IyHllforrl Overtoil was hung at llarbnithe 0 IL Monday of last week for theto couplolrof peddlers who wero waylaid and killedl Overtderand John Scott Hill Overtoil was kill etet while resisting arrest Huford escaped from jail but was recaptured and se rental to death Ho denied complicity even on tho scaffold but just as the ClipI was drawn over his face acknowledged cd that he killed the old woman with Ihi own hand Perhaps no ono in the county h grown so mulch truck on as small a piece ingodI lives about half a mile from town and who says that he has this season grown upon about ono quarter of an acre of ground thin following Ten bushels ott wlltcrlllclohlho lIordy1 oats and hits now enough grins on the piece of ground to cut a 50011 stack offor hay Spoutspriug Times tchlhu Western Argus says The Frank fort Democrat was taken seriously iill yesterday morning at the homo of i parents the Evening Journal lord di c I in a very short time without n struggle It was IIIl days old its death being caused by lack of nourishment Tho aurtgto doctors that attended it were experts in toIIIe tlllIlll4 life but its early death was precipitated by tho scarcity of food extend life longer H was deserted its founders and dyed without a friu to close its eyes OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ghoThree desperadoes were shut to death in attempting to rob a bank at Jicckc- th ColoITho jail at Paulding Minn was dc I strayed by fire rout two prisoners were cremated The filibustering steamer Dauntless I has landed another cargo of men arms and aimmition iu Cuba i reAn Indiana girl disguised as a boy was arrested at Cairo III for beatin her way on n freight train titNear Neslow W Vtta political rot occurred in which ono person was killedI and two others fatally injuredIA baud of robbers looted tho town o Puryear Tenn and then fired tho storesI A posse of ono IhundredI are in pursuit No decision has been arrivedat yet I by tho Venezuelan boundary commission nor is there likely to bo for some time 1n 1 IfAt Manhattan N Ystllte lunatic asylum Theobald Myers chief baker was brained with an ax by ono of tho inmates colyored boy shot and killed Frank Matthews a young white man who vat e I tearing him The Standard oil company is allege- to Il bo preparing to control the Ice tradeI in New York Chicago Philadelphia St and tllBecause Frank Holmes of Remington t Ind criticized n picture of McKinley Charles Bartholomew fractured his skulll with n baseball batPj The final reports of tho Chicago worlds fair toajnilssionerg to the president nnd WhyDo people buy Hoods Bareaparllla InN proferonco to any otherIn tact alm to tho exclusion of all others BecauseI I They know from actual use that Hoods fIs tho bent ih c It cures when others tallIL I j Hoods Sarsaparllla Is still made under the personal supervision of the educated pharmacists who originated it I 9rhoI question of best IIs Just ns positively decided in favor of Hoods as tho question of comparative salesj 114Another I thing Every advertisement of Hoods Sarsaparllla Is true Is honest Hcothil I i Sarsaparilla Is the Olio True Illooil 1nrlflcr All ilrucKlsts I I Jrepareilnnly liy C I Hood Si Co LowellI Mass taiflood0I I to congress slmw a balance of about 21 000 in favor of the government William Gillaspy of West Salem was in a tree sjiaking hickory nuts whm received stroke of paralysis and f the ground Ho was not seriously hurt omihnrnum R Baileys circus was review by Major and Mrs McKinley at Can ton last week In honor of tho accnsi I IIthe circus people all wore the national colorsA car while crossing n railroad I track at Hazlcton Pa was struck by an engine Three persons were killed out right and n score or more seriously iin 111jured A 10000 illicit still was raided and destroyed in the oily of Boston Mass last wcelr A man giving hill name as George It Brown was arrested on the the premisesii I CreekIi Colo comriCincinnati Ho left a check for 50 burillleXpenleH A Chicago girl sued a titan for 15000 damages for taking a kiss and was only awarded 250 Perhaps the jury labored1 under the a waslNear Paris Texas a gold mine ha been discovered and tho assay shows i be one ounce of gold to six ounces of silver A company with 100000 Inn s been organized to work the mine hnltI atrikby loftIiI on account the alleged readjustment of the wage schedule which in reality unionised to a four per cent cut down Justice as it is dispensed officially I and otherwise in Arizona hail an illus I 0trttioti the other day at Phanix whenII 1 peepingrtorn went to a justice and wanted toII I plead guilty but was told to go bath homo and drub the offender again upon i 1 any provocationrCol Spoil man of Cincinnati who hind been a guest of tho Union League club at Chicago was garroted by n couple of female footpads within ten feet of tho club house and robbed of 20 in money hurriedgIepnrturo the 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