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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 TIlE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 41885 Made Famous in tho Story oTJonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll U COOPER Ownorand EditorrENCER i or a NvUr World With News From Alt NAtion Lumbrtnl nt ml Thick M 1100 A YEAR Always In Advance = i Iyi TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1890 NUMBER 01 IIasyI to TakeII to Operate Axefestures peculiar to floods Pills Small InII to Vt atelcss efficient thorough As ono m- auHoodsI ill r N You never know you I lave taken a pill till It IIs all mr 2Sc c L Hood Co- ymoprletors Lowell Mass PillsI tile ont pills to take with Hoods sarsaparllla I jiijion and Eastern Railway time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND STATIONS I INo6ex LMingtonJlO 00 lun 415 pm AODNInI urn 3 55 pm Winchester J 10 am 2 25 pm vMe 8 54 am 2 00 pm- Iidlan Flds 8 37 am 1 10 pm CtgCity 81Jum 1140 am Stanton 8 10 am 11 20 11- 11Plllon7 55 am 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 urn vt iirldac 7 38 am 10 07 am Torrent 24 ant 9 35 nll- 1Bealtve JcI17 Ili nor 8 25 anu Three Fks C O 5111111 A 00 inn jlthol I I Isi 32 am 7 18 am 08 am tl1O am ElklalVn1 Jackson Ii5 00 nm 0 10 urn EAST BOUND II otJi STATIONS1 No 2 DllilIX I Dully Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 0 30 am Avon 2 47 pm 7 08 am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am FIrlleii a 21 pm 8 54 am 4Indian FIds J 37 pm 0 21 11111IClay City 3 55 pm 11 45 am Stanton1 4 05 pm 12 10 pm Filson 4 18 pin 12 41 pm Dundee Dundee 4I 32 pm 1 15 pm XtlIrIdgc 417 pm 1 20 pin Torrenta 51 pm 2 00 pin Beattyve JcI 5 in im 3 05 pm ThreeFksII 5 2d pm 3 25 pm 5 48 pm 4 12 pm Elkatmwa 0 12 pm 5 05 pin JacksonII 0 20 im 5 20 pm 11 Not 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Nethcrland JD LIVINGSTONVice anil Gen Man CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches nt BOO II 800 000 1000 tc 700 u 2000 1500 10000 7500 PINE DIAMOND RING 750 nnd upwnrd GOOD VALUES AT 1000 nnd upwnrd Alarm Clocks nt Qc nnd upwnrd fine Clocks nt 350 nnd upwnrd A line of Sterling Silver and rioted Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately low price- sFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near P Or LEXINGTON KY J Avt 43aG1F1Jaxka Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Surgeryand obstetrics specialty WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS W aGrooers to STERLING KY PRODUCTION OF MONEY METALS lie WhyThero tI- The no enemies of bimetallism tnvcmuch tosay of the increased production of silver taking the mint statistics of given yens as evidence of the fact They say nothing of the inrcensed production of gold hut the fact is that the gold pro Unction during the last ten years exceeds of silver Hut neither fact is of consequence in the discussion The supply of the precious metals differs from the supply of farm CCllcturedconsumed cotton nod woolen goods are made into clothing and worn out Every commodity is perishable hut the precious metals These have been accumulating during all the ages of the worlds history of and they are not consumed or destroyed The increase or decrease of the produc tion of either has therefore no such ef feet upon the supply as does a short crop or an overproduction of the things which we consume from year The worlds to tal supply of the two metals is not increasing as rapidly as the demand for it based upon the increase of population and business of the civilized nations The money power is always struggling to mako money dear by decreasing the quantity In tho fifties it wanted to demonetize gold because of the increased production in California nod Australia Hut England not given to change ad hered to the gold standard believing that gold production would not bo per manently increased For nearly thirty i years thisI sands power huts struggled to abolish the use of silver as money IInllII uses the same arguments that were for nearly used for the demonetization of goldAll I the great authorities on the science of money have maintained that the two metals together give a more stable meas uro of value than either one of them alone When one falls short the other usually increases The worlds great experience is that when any great nation keeps its mints open to tho free and un limited coinage of both metals on equal terms at a given ratio neither the actionI of other nations nor the variations be tween the relative productions of the two metals will seriously affect the ratio France maintained the parity betweenI silver and gold at a ratio of 15J to 1 for 70 years from 183 to 1873 This was not affected by the adoption of the silver standard in all the German states and in Austria in 1857 nor by the adhesion by Great Britain to thegold standard adopt ed by her in 1816 Tho silver coinage in the United States during all that limited because of theperiod was very inconsiderable production of silver andI therefore had bnt little effect upon tho questionGold and silver have always been pre ferred over all other materials for money j because the amount of them is limited to natures yield Neither of these metals can be manufactured They are pro duced in varying quantities and the relatively to tho variance is unimportant accumulations of tho ages There is no more danger of inflation from the over production of gold and silver than there is of the overflow of I ako Superior heavy falls of rain of bothamountvastIt requires a demand for the artsthemetals to supply and manufactures It was the expressed of Mr GiflcnI opinion a few years ago the statistician of tho British board of tradehimsclf an uncompromising go monometallistthat tho supply of gold consumed in the being entirelywas is being added to and that none of it worlds supply of coin tho I monometal Tho struggle of the gold silver has produced un the worldI Trailed distress throughout Although their battle is but partially mankind wonTo what lower deep their final success doomed bywould be thenationif ourbe knownwill never fIn richest and most populous strongest tide of battlethe the world stinll turn campaign in the present presidential of eitherproductionTime increased always proved a metals has the precious been followed mankind and has loon to civilization But by onyenffivo always seen in it an- injury themselves in proportion to- tbe to Amankind benefit it confers upon L 4 man who will willfully menace tho pub I pence for private purposes deserves I epithet of anarchist We know of clement in this country so deserving I bo classed as anarchists as those who seek to put burdens upon the people tho which they cannot and will not hear and thus undertake to enslave tho people tho who have too much of the spirit of inde is pendence to allow themselves to bo en- slavedCmncinnnth Enquirer of Take Dack Tho Lie Under tho above headlines Troy Ala Journal published the following which will maku hot the blood of every true native born southerner as well as every brave American citizen About five or six years ago when Gen Palmer was elected commander in chief the Grand Army of the Republic the exconfederate and exunion soldiers were getting on real good terms often having go joint reunions and recounting again the times that tried mens souls coming together as brothers participating in the decorations of the graves of their fathers floating both the confederate loud union tings Old sectional feeling was rapidly being extinguished Ono of tho first orders that this commander in chief Gen Palmer issued was that no mem her of the Grand Army of the Republic should take part in any procession or program in which tho confederate flag was Hunted He then characterized the confederate flag as an emblem of treason to When ninny members of the Grand Army of the Republic by camps and individuals arose and remonstrated the insult he in a public speech characterized the thug so dear to the south althllt doubly damned rag of treason This is the man that Gen Ferguson the commander in chief of tho United Con federate Veterans of AlabamaI is looking- to add pushing for president He is the man that he is trying to induce tho old confederates the Democrats of the south to support for president it Upon reading this speech of General Palmers so insulting to the south thoI patriotic and sweet poet of Alabama Dr 0 T Dozier of Birmingham wrote thoI following poem to that execrable sent ment expressed in characterizing tho sa cred southern flag as tho emblem of trca ton Take back the lie base craven wretch Which thy vile lips have dared to spank Such calumny from thy vile tongue Hut proves that thou art bnic no weak From coward lips such venom vile Cnn only serve to wake disgust In hearts of nil true noble men Who loathe such vipers of the dust Then take It hack thou snarling cur Insult not with your lying breath That ensign of iv noble host Now tenting In their camps of death Nor nhouMst thou dare with lying tongue To slander men whose dauntless might Made for that HUB raid place The grandest on luniea utmost height Time Iis the craven cowards course Ilyeiinlikc that dares to tread And with thy foul polluting breath Insults the memory ol the lend No faintest ray nor spark of truth Doth thy lying tongue give pause Kite hnilnt thou not poor slimy worm lIve dared to slander such a cause II1I0W less then fool thou poltroon knave To basely lie without a reason To let thy lying words imply That our just cause was one of treason The banner that thou durent malign Shall live through nevcrcmllng glory While nil such hissing toads as thou II8hllll be unknown in song or story What valiant hero of the blues Who faced our warriors In the fray Hut knows only patriots true Eer fonght so valiantly ns they And knows too that no traitor band In treasons cause was ever fired To such sublimely daring tlcccls As our confederate hosts Inspired Then hush yen hush thy putrid mouth Go kill thyself thy meeds to gain Less sinned hind Ananias when God numbered him among the slain Nor such a crime since Judas sin Hath ever damicd with such just reason As that thou Inldst upon thy soul IfIn that foul lying charge of treason FAITHFUL MEN i ASTED8EVEUAL es lablishedhouseInKentuckySalary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses loliltlon Jteference Enclose selfoddrespermanent red envelope The National Star Hulldlng 2248Chicago IOrut on Silver In answer to a question whether Gen Grant knew that silver was demonetized Y when ho signed tho bill in 1873 in an swered in the Cincinnati Enquirer in following language ter President Grant did not know that act of 1873 demonetized silver This shown by a letter he wrote to n Mr Cowdrey eight mouths after the passage 0 tho bill The letter is printed in Me Plicrsona Hand Hook ot Politics for 1871 pages 134 and 135 and n part of Iit reads as follows Tho panic has brought greenbacks about to a par with silver I wonder that silver is not already coming into to tho market to supply the deficiency in tho circulating medium When it does come nod I predict that it will soon we will have made a rapid stride toward of specie payments Currency will never below silver after that The circula tion of silver will intro other beneficial effects Experience has proved that it takes about forty millions of fractional currency to make small change necessary for the transaction of tho business of tho country Silver will gradually take tho pence of this currency and further will 0 become the standard of values which will bo hoarded in a small way I esti prate that this will consume front two to three hundred millions in tune of this species of our circulating medium- It will leave the paper currency free perform the legitimate functions of trade nod will tend to bring us back where we must come nt lust to a specie basis 1 confess to a desire to see a IImic ted hoarding of money It insures a firm foundation in time of need Hut I want to see the hoarding of something that huts a standard value tho world over Silver has this and if we onco get back to that our strides toward n higher appreciation of our currency willc be rapid Our trines are now producing utmost unlimited amounts of silver nod is becoming a question What shall we do with it l I suggest hero a sumo tion that will answer for some years and suggest to you bankers whether you may not Iimitate it To put it in circu lation now keep it there until it is fixed and then we will find other markets Jesse 11 Grant of San DiegoI son of President Ulysses S Grant Is an earnest and able advocate of the free coinage of silver in tho United States In an interview Mr Grant said Tho most ridiculous argument of thoI goldbugx to my mind in that wo roust wait for other nations before wo can place silver on an equal footing with gold VThis In perfectly absurd to any person wino has traveled through foreign countries Europe especially and taken note of tho condition of affairs I Why should we tho workshop of tho world wait on the oilier fellows because they happen to have holdings hero and there Americans haw holdings in torI eign countries too We do half of the business of the world right hero in tho United States Why should wo wait on tho cooperation of the other half which is scattered all over the globe with var ious tongues and laws that stand in tho way of international agreement It wouldnt be three weeks before these fellows would bo tagging after UH try ing to get on tho same financial basis with us Mormons Cause a Donhln Shooting- A special to tho Enquirer says Mormon elders have been holding meetings in Elliott county and Elit horn stud his family joined time church Frldny night three young men by the namo of Sparks declared that they would break up tho Mormon business aud started for the meeting They stopped at tho homo of Dill Isom and demanded admittance They were admitted but when Isom learned their mission ho put them out and shut the door They young men fired through tho doors and windows Elit Isom was shot twice in time breast and Mrs I om was shot in tho abdomen Tho injuries to both arc considered fatal The Sparks fled after tho shooting anal have not been captured The Mormons are blamed for the whole trouble and indignation against them is strong Dont forget that fino typewriter paper at THY HERALD office when you want some Only 15c per quire LiBlerB Allegiance When John W Lnngley and Thoraaa Fitzpatrick Republican and Demo cratic nominees for congress in tho 10th district held n joint debate in Winches some time ago Fitzpatrick chargedll that his Republican opponent while in tho government service at Washington had promised the late Congressman M Lisle of this district Senator Lindsay Joseph Daniels chief clerk in tho interior department and others that Ito WM willing to join the Democratic party anti renounce his allegiance to tho Ho publicans his idea being that these men should use their influence to cnablo him retain his position The following affidavit of Mr Daniels who Is now edi tor of a paper in llalcigh N 0 has been received by prominent Democrat Winchester North Carolina Wako county Per sonally appeared before mo J O Mar cum a notary public of tho county and state aforesaid Joscphus Daniels who being by mo duly sworn deposes and says that in the spring of 1893 ho was chief in the appointment division in tho interior department at Washington D and that John W Langley of Ken tncky held n position in tho board of pension appeals that tho sold Langlcy informed him that while ho had been appointed to office as a Republican ho had become convinced that tho policy of protection was detrimental to the best interests of the country and had delib erntely made up his mind to quit tho Republican party and become a Demo that ho hesitated to openly join the Democratic party at that tlmo boo cause he feared that some people might think him prompted by a desire to hold his office but utter a short time It was his purpose to publicly connect himself with the Democratic party that ho not endorse the Republican admin istration in many respects but its plan of making a tariff that taxed tho few to build up tho monopolies and trusts was BO hurtful and injurious that ho could no longer be n member of that party and that just ns soon as ho could do so without seeming to court favor with tho new administration his voice would bo heard on tho stump exposing the meth ads of tho Republican party anti donoun cing tho unsafe doctrine of protection Signed JOHKIHUH DANIKU Subscribed and sworn to before mo this the 10th tiny of October 189U and witness my hand and soul BKAI J O MAIICUM N1- This city Indianapolis enjoys tho unique distinction of being tho birth place and deathbed of a socalled party My friends I know that I am not obey lag the biblical injunction Let tho dead bury tho dead when I speak of this so called Democratic party I speak of Iit as I would not speak of any bona fido organization of men Hut this party occupies a peculiar place in history It calls itself tho National Jomocratlo1party when it docs not oxpect to carry n single county in the whole nation It calls itself n Democratic party when it was organized for tho express purpose of electing a Republican candidate for president If it was big enough to jus tify the name I would call it a stupen Ions fraud but it is too small to bo called stupendous I will call it a transparent fraud It was tho first po litical convention over hold in this coun try where the members of tho conven tion nominated n ticket that they did not expect to vote for and tho first place where men have received n nomi nation and dont want to be voted for Tho minority plank in tho Chicago plat form opposed free coinage on the ground that ItI would interfere with international bimetallism toward which according to that minority plank tho efforts of tbo government should bo stciidily directed and then when they fail to secure the adoption of that plank they assembled in convention hero and forgot all about international bimetallism There could be no clearer evidence of intended de ception than is found in tho fact that tho minority nt Chicago when they had things their own way repudiated the planks they stood on thorn and came out in favor of a gold standard instead of international bimetallism W J Bryan IeSTAMP UNDER THE ROOiSTER4 I f lti- ri iS OlJ irrr r irt r Tr v jj- II y Ifr LYAGES SEMOi III C Y rJIfjj The Noted Preacher Eulogizes a Precious Out Humble Stone nnrU to the Cliolrn In Thltn When the Oxee at Carbuncle Are Imird and the Wear floul Mink to IU Eter nut nut The subject of Taim PROS sermon Sunday was Oatei of Carbuncle the text being Isa liv la And I wit1 make thy windows of agates and thy gates carbuncles Perhaps because 11 human disease o most painful and ofttitnos fatal char actor is named after it tho church andl I thu world have never dono justice toii predous1 i that Christ picked up to illustrate his I sermon and tho jlsp r and the sap phiro and tho amethyst which tho apocalyptic vision masoned into the wall of Heaven have hUll proper recog InflrstThis precious stono 1 is fount In tho East Indies In color an iminonso scar let and hold up between your eyo andl the sun it is a burning coal The you puts ii into rhythm as ho writes LlUe to tbo burning uuuU vrhonvo comes Its name Among tho Greeks ns Anthrax known to ttmo God sots it high up in Uiblo crystal lography lie cuts it with a divine chisel hhapos it with a precise geom otnetry and Icindius its llrus into mi almost supernatural Jlamo of beauty Its laws of symmetry its law of none its low of parallelism Is something to excite tho amaoment of the Keicntint chime the cantos of the pout and nroiuu tho adoration of the Chrhtluu No one hut tho inllnitu God eonM fashion a carbuncle an largo at your thumb null and as if to oak nil alms apprueiatu tills precious stone He ordered it set in the llrst row of tho high priests breast plate in olden time hud higher up than thu onyx rind tlio emerald and tlio diamond and in Ezok tiplemdQrrdo is mentioned the brliliani cioH of tho walls and of tlio tenI Minted floorsI hlllgustuci by thu Hihlc sentence Thou hast walked up toed down III the midst of tho uloncs of nitro lint in my text it is not a solitary bpeeimon that I hand you an the keeper of a museum might take down from the shelf a precious stone and allow you to examine it Nor is iit tlio panel of a door that you might stand and study for its unituo cars ings or bronzed traceries but there is n whole gate of it lifted before our ad miring and astonished vision auI two gutters of it aye many atlas of it I will make thy gates of olllhuncle4I What gut oh hates of tho church Gates of anything worth possessing hates of successful enterprise Gates of salvation dates of tlgachievement Isaiah who wroto this text wrote also nil that about Christ as tho Lamb to tho slaughter an spoilt of Christ as snying 1 have trod tiiowinopross alone and wrote Who is this that coiuoth from Edom with dyed gnrmonts from Hurrah I And do you think that Isaiah In my text mere ly happened to represent the gates as red gates as carmine gates as gates of carbuncle No He moans that it I through atonement through blood re struggle through agonies wo get into nnyliiiu worth getting into tftttos nny aH well ho made of pearlI a bright pellucid cheerful crystalli3 ration because till tho struggles are over and there is beyond those gates nothing but raptures and cantata and triumphal procession and everlasting j holiday and kiss of reunion and so tho 13 tutus are ti pearls nUll could be nothing else than pearls Hut Christ hoisted tho jatos of pardon in Ills own loud nail tho marks of eight lingers n- and two thutnlm ere on each gate and as He lifted the gato it leaned against Ills forehead nUll took front it a unit i iflOU impress and till thoso gates aro tcoply dyed ami Isaiah was right when he spoko of thoso gates as gates of carbuncle 1 What an odd thing it is think some this idea of vicarious sulfuring or suf faring for others Not at nil Tho world hits won vicarious suffering mil1 lions of times before Christ acme and demonstrated it on a settle that eclipsed tall that went before and nil that shall come after Ituchol lived only long soutsho- t to Bald Call him Henonl which I means son of my pain and all mOil ern traveler on tho road from Jerusa eat to Bethel uncover their heads and stand reverently at tho tomb of tech el k whodlel forher boy Itut in all ages how r many mothers file for their children who by recreancy stab clear tho mothers heart Suffering for others Why the world is full of It Jumps said the engineer to the lire man on tho locomotivo Ont of us 1s enough to file Jump And so tho engineer died at his post trying to save tho train When this summer tho two trains crashed Into ouch other near Atlantic City among the H who a fountdof I the locomotive and tho other on tho so brake Aye there arc hundreds hero today suffering for others You know and Uod knows that it is vicarious sacrl flee Hut on one limestone hill about twice tho height of this church flvo Is minutes walk from the gates of Jcrus a cm was thesuhllmest case of suffero W 1 cit i Injf for others that the world seer sat v vlctjn human trod sataric malevolence tho executioner tho whole human roc 0 having an overwhelming interest 1 in tho spectacle 10 open a way for us sinful men nnd sinful women into glor foes pardon and high hope and eternal exultation Christ with hand dripping with tho rush of opened arteries j swung back tho gate and behold it f a is red gate a gate of deepest hue n jgate of carbuncle I What is true in spirituals is true iin temporals There arc young men an hefolder men who hope through the right11 twcon gold or tho bimetallic tola living time will Wore r come It never has been easy to make veryIIj gotItmen who have como to honorable for tune that did not fight their way inch by ch and against fearful odds that again und again almost destroys jthorn For some good reason God has thatlgetta or Ir jfamilies Is with both hands and all the Willed forces of holy mind and soul t Ipush back and push open the red gate I the gate of carbuncle For the benefit of all young men if 1 had the time I wouldI cull life roll of those who overcame 1 tho obstacle How many of till mighty men who went one way on 1ennsyl vania avenue and reached the United States snots or walked the other sun on Pennsylvania avenue cud ttho white house did not have to climb over political obloquy Not tine How muchsore and scuff soul brutal at tack dill Horace Mann endure between tlio flow when he first began to fight ifor a better common school system i Massachusetts and the day when statue in honor of him was placed on tho stops of tho state house overlook iing The Commons Read the biography of Itobcrt Hall thr Bllpt lIt preacher who tliough lie 1 had been pronounced a dunce at schoolI lived1 to thrill the world with his Chris linn eloquence coil of deorgo Pea Lady who never owned a carriage and denied himself all luxuries that lie might while living rand attar deatht through ills last will and testament devote his uncounted millions to tho education of the poor people in Kng loud cud America surdof Hishop 1 lames who in boyhood worked h I passage from Ireland to America and became tho joy of Methodism coil a Iblessing to tho race Uo to the bio graphical cleave in eitj state or na tional library coil find at least every other Louie an illustration of overcome obstacle and of carmine guru that had to be orculIopun What is true of Individuals is true nations Was it a mild spring i when till Pilgrim lathers landed It on Plymouth Rock and didj gudt l j December and from n ship in which one would not wool to cross tho Hudson 1 or Potomac river Scalping lntivesof already to receive then they landed1 their only welcome the Indian war whoop Red men on tho beach Inc j Wren in tho forest Ited mon on tlio valleydy ri bucle pustedbnelIJ nothing to do but to take easy posses sion of the fairest continent under the sun Tlio skies so genial tho soil so fertile the rivers so populous with tinny life tho scrooge so immense there will bo nothing to do hut ont drink and IKJ merry No Tlio most powerful nation by army nod navy sounded its protest across miles of water Then came ILexington and Hunker lull Wool Mon mouth and Lung Island battles andI Valley Forgo coil Yorktown andI I starvation nod widowhood and orphan age lord the thirteen colonies wont tlirough sufferings which the hi9torin- has attempted to put upon paper nn 1 the artist to put upon canvas but allI in vote Kngravors knife end report I1 ers a1tI11coil telegraphic wire coil dally press which henro 1 node us acquainted with tho horrors modern battlefield had not yet bo gun their vigilance and tho story ofr tho American revolution hits never I been told and outer will bo told It did not take much ink to sign tho Declaration of Independence but it took n terrific amount of blood to malt lain it It was an awful gate of op position that tho men and womonnnd the women as mush as tho men push cd back It was a gato of selfsacrifice toi guhWo are not indebted to history for our knowledge of tho greatest of na tional crisis Many of us remember it 11Inghntli 1 their children so that instead of their C being dependent upon cold typo an obliged to say On such a page of sec book you can read that will they rather bo able to say My father told ute sot My mother told mo Men and women who vividly re member 1S01 and 1812 nail iSCU and 1SU4 bo yourselves tho historiansi tolling It not with pen but with lI ting tongue and voice nnd gesture Chat the great use of Memorial Decoration day for tho calla lilies on thoi grove tops scon become breathless of l r perfume and III a week turn to dd like auto that which lies beneath them nut the story of courage and sclfsaerli Iflco and patriotism told on plntforms iand in households and by tho roadsido iand in churches and in cemeteries by that annual recital will bo kept fresh inI memory of generations as long as our American institutions are worthy iof preservation Long after yo iare dead your children will bo psalmIslIi 1 k didst in their days in tho tune of 11thou nut what n time It was Four of homesickness Four years of brotherly and sisterly estrangement I Four years of martyrdom Four years of massacre Put them in a long lint tho conflagration of cities and see them light up a whole continent Put them in long rows the hospitals nUl- lelIng n vast metropolis of pain and par oxysm Gather them in ono vast asi semblagc the millions of bereft from the St Lawrence to the gulf and from the Atlantic to the Pacific benches Put tlio tears into lakes and the blood In to rivers and tho shrieks into whirl winds During the four years many good and wise men at the north un+ the south saw nothing upend but an nihiiation With such a national debt wo could never meet our obligationsi 011lth such mortal antipathies northern and southern men could never como into amity Representatives Louisi linn and Georgia tmd the Carolinas could never again sit sides byside wIth the representatives of Maine floss chusotts and Now York at the national capital Lord lobo Russell had de 1eluted that wo Were a bubble burst luautll come true The nations of crops had Igathered with very resigned spirits at rupubliTheyments cud reiehstags anti lowered their tthags at hulf mast and seen the lion atthe other side of the sea had whinedi for tho dead eagle on this side Tho deep grave had hell dug and beside Babylon surd Thebes and Tyre atill other dead nations of the pustour des republic was to be buried The epitaph was already Here lies the American republic turn at Philadelphia 4th lof July 1770 Killed at Hull HUll July Jl+ 1801 Aged SI yenta and 17 days Pets c obsequieshadruption of tilt ceremonies and our dead nation rose from its mortuary surroundings Joel had mode for it Hpecial Kcssurroctlon lay and cnotl1 isCome forth thou Republic of 11s ington rust ioiirt Adams and Thomas Jefferson surd Patrick Henry and John Hancock and Daniel Webster and S S Prentiss and Henry Clay Lomo olthnllil bhp came forth to bo stronger titan she had ever prosperitieshavopfcould want to push back this 1S5tHut oh what a high gate what a strung gate she hall to push hack be fore slue could make one step in ad ltoner date of flame Sue Nprfo navy yard soul Columbia and Cham Versburg and Charleston nn fire Onto bayonets See glittering rifles and carbines Hash from tlio Susquehanna and the lames to the Mississippi and tlthe Arkansas lulu of heavy artillery melting the mountains of Tennessee nod Kentucky and Virginia tremble as ginfiery and so red that Ican think of J nothing more appropriate than to take till suggestion of Isaiah in the text coil colt it a gate of carbuncles Tills country has been for tho most Ipart of its history prssing through crises and attar each crisis was better off than before it entered it and now wo are at another crisis We are told on one hand that if gold Is kept as a stnllllnrtlIIncl silver is not elevated confidence will bo restored soil this na flan will rise triumphant front all tilt financialI misfortunes that have been afllicting us On the other hand we are told that if the free coinage of silver is allowed all the wheels of business or pudand all our industries will begin to hum and roar During the last six presidential elections I have been urged to enter the political arena but I never bore and never will turn the pulpit in which I preach into a pollFcal stump livery minister must as ho feels culled to do and I will not criticise him for doing what he coasts ors his duty but all the political horn tt gnus from pulpits from now until tiltI3d of November will not in nllItho United States change Or vote but will leave many ears stopped against anything that su I clergy neat may utter tho rest of the lives As a general rule tho laymen of I churches understand politics better than the clergy because they tho lay men study polities more than the clergy and have better opportunity of being intelligent on those subjects loyulthristiany n I preachhut silver and tho goldnre mine and ho will settle the controversy between those two metals If ever this country needed the Iivlr rescue it needs it now et within my memory havo so man people literally starved to death as in iho past low months Have you no tiled in tho newspapers how many me and women hero and titers have bee found dead the postmortem exataln- sE 10 lion stating that the tiauso oI death vf hunger There is not a day that vre do not hear the crash of some grotatIt commercial establishment and as consequence many people nre tt wn out of employment Among whet vo considered comfortable homes hatcomo privation andcloso cal culatiott and that kills liunothing about it are nt this mo ment at their wits end There aC0as millions of people who do not want charity but want work The cry has gone up to the cars of the Lord Sabbaoth ant the prayer wilt heard and relief will come If vo havo anything butter to depend n than American politics relic wulI Water come Whoever is elected to tho presidency the wheels of governtnu turn so slowly and a caucus in yonder white building on the hill may tie the hands of any president Now thou we who live in the District of COlumb can not vote wo can pray and my prayer day and night shall be 0 God hear tho cry of the souls from under the altar Thou who last brought tho wheat and worn of this season to such magnitude of supply give food to nu 1and beast Thou who hast not where Ito lay Thy head pity the i Thou who has brought to perfection the cotton of the south coil tho lox of file north clothe time nuke 1h who hast filled the mine with coal + give fuel to tho shivering Itchmg bread to time body intelligence to tlio mind tad salvation to tho soul of all the people Jol save the nation Hut we must admit it is a bird ga to push hack Millions of thus hands have pushed at it without making swing on its Kurd hinges Itl1ij a gato mode out ofempty flour burns and cold grates surd wornout upparu and cheerless homes and unmedicated sick ness and ghuitllnDss nail horror is a gate of struggle A gate of pen siunappointment A red gate or what Isaiah would have called a guru of cat bunclcs ITEMSulI OVKU S009000 worth of ennnbrf Italian notes have been unearthed Naples TIIK Hunk of Hnglami contains sil cto ingots which hall tutu in its vtuut since UV- MNIMIIY i1000000 worth of pates1tthe medicines arc exported from tho United Kingdon each year 1inn Forth bridge is capable of sus Ishslung item the center lEVKHY ageinohscTheGar of the possibilities of the northwest 1vurIs illustrated in the exhibition at Albany Ore ofn coffee plant grown in that state and well laden with ber ryties 1rmic protest is being made in tho province of Quebec against the mode of punishment in the schools where refractory pupils tire mado to kiss ti litIlpor Aecoitmxo to the ollicial returns tho I UnIte11111Igdomi being an Increase on tho output in ISJl j ot a million and n quarter tons TIIK lulu Sir John Hints income ranged us high as 5100000 in his Lest I years and from an early dote in his career his terms for portraits exceeded these charged by Sir Joshua HuynolclsITIIK railway clearing one I the largest offices in Britain It has a stall of 1000 clerks and JSO outdoor of fleets The secretaryship is a much coveted punt tho salary being 81500 a year I X England more than 10000000 oil lumps ere used nightly Lamp acci dents cause about three hundred 1IIiIlloesj thorn havoIntule t o 0110tirm1 phourotvingthe 0 InXuw h ex perils to stand Mrs Lnrshkler of Newark who is credited with seven husbands remarked to police IIIlmyfluarnls I fellows pATOsecret ries bywnyplCIonczar Iii eluding ivory leopard and tiger skim hioWill adorned with precious stones Kielitc Is at tho battle of Adow AVSTIloIIA 01womenhusbnndsIn for IIroOOOOOrhQmntrImonlalvery popular Institution lhcrncarrIcsitsbookshoping for the wives that no aniolnt of persua die sion brings out A HfSIIAXI and wife Ja bicycles contonectcd frolDwhld1 I theirsoenit throughAUtrltsla hroar land the other A Enan luCgnge tha wonno abouta J ifi + 1 14Y j J l IITHE I POSITION OF SILVERY l is tI ThKtDlailtuinrnSevern1 correspondents have ad dressed the Herald in reference to the quest ioi whether sliver dollars and slim er certificates tare redeemable In goldIor not The answer of Secretory Car sle as given below is conclusive ylJlough but the en in nn Ifii of education comprehended the majority of the f republican organs consists in cither tconfounding or deliberately misleading ofthe public bo1he Lincoln Journal the other day soldThese rtdltrnRllloj envmen i exchnngu isntforgoldtheNOW that tendernlmrnetor keepshI innbyunily chlldltlh lie denies that the goy I dolluraHotreecoinage Is adopted und ua an Incvftahh cori8t tho government ceaaotromJ soldcoottendercharllcter wouldtacontendcoil believes what lin HIIVM In IH man mustsyun Imbecile The following letter tQSlI1IItorntMy lJeenalJlutreasurydepurtnteat fverlJecIIdollarsInj beenIIIsubtrI1I1UIIH11lIcnooutInamounts but this Hlrnply occur In thettordlnury tratiiuctlons of the attothe smalldenominallolllle 8l1htlllUIUr IImllIdenomilla notIti silver dollars In sold or of the gold In lver The result of these transactions at the sulnrcnuury that the povcrnment 1cr1trulyJ G CAISII8U3 Washington D C Aug 20 1WO In his statement of June 1 hijG Sec silvereicntcs silver reindcemable in goldl On page 12 of time saute circular speaking ofrcelcmp nndIisilver dollars lieing standard coins ol United Stoics are not rtJceiiiable los Angeles Herald MUST DO IT ALONE KiiKlanil Will Never Help tlioI Lulled MutiH to Kitiiiimitl Silver We invite time attention of out friends who propose to wait for an Inter national agreement before restoring sil to the utterance of the London TimesJ It says l nrland fines not want it and we do trot believe finer leansI who are using this argument for politicall purposes want it either gInndcompromise t soluland not onlyI docs not want bi g metallism which everyone knows but she docs not want any international t agreement She prefers to stand with it knife in hand coil exact her pound of lash h The best authority for public sentl b mutt and that especially of the money Il power of Great Britain admits that the d Iliitcd States may alone rcmonetizcKil d ver nod what is still more significant admits that England may thus be qt forced to do the saute IIi There ore plenty of timid souls cs to pcclally in the merchant and banking WI classes of our citizens who say Ob ith the United States could never do Jttralone Time money powers of England jtt und Europe would crush us out Wo jItl would be ruined During the rcvolu jt tionary war there was a timid class who leI said we could never stand alone rtIIccamo hoexOrltheofthclrtheseenj 1 lIo or rather that fraction of England which selfishly clings to the single gold J standard Loch to the bimetallism which 1 her money lenders had forced her to taI abandon The force will be that which of comes from reason and intelligent self the interesti It will restore the 1I10nctury1r1l system approved by the best political tiIt conomsts of Europe old desired by 611111- IlIrge majority of the masses of the trA Farm Field and Fireside leie tnhSOME hII I rotltJ j d cafe Chronicle a trot One of the most recent object lessonstptho ease with which the goldsudl lIlncnfjAtlantatI hTireI I sixteen to one They are not the rLnclI Omaha WorldHerald Ins tffraldI Ix t hell wake up some morning with IqlJ Ii knowing where the next mIllion u 461i come from Chicago Dispatch IP Ito1 hFact to Ito Coiulilered When gold literature Ila sent to rn1lJ tori men let them remember that to l1li tt unprosperouB country railroad cow tr P rtt1l1ce J On the 1taueJIIt Tho gold craze Is said to be dyluff the cnstLos Angeles Herald 111 t t If- r J yjflE FARMING WORLD APPLES FOR SHIPMENT f to Lonil a Car So That Ibo Fruit Will Not Ho injured i pile applet Iiu 100 to 20 bushel piles ij cover with buy mid sort when load IIr a car the poorer fruit Is emptied boards where they can be Kept dean and handled with n scoop Hovel1 shipped for eider A new sweet 1trbeaIllug cnr will mid 25 to the selling See of the load of apples A 40000 q Linda capacity cur is 34 feet long in the clear by 8s feet wide I allow an ller tt8vat one side two feet wide tt within dl feet of each end Make ie partitions 4 If Let apart and one J u feet In the center Tills fives seven Miiceri to llll with tipples 1lnee six Inches of lean prairie hay In the hot tau of the ear With careful handling from 800 to 1000 bushels of apples ruff be packed in a ear Keep varieties bright colored sorts next to lcpflratc the door fill tlienllevway with apples place n clean carpet or sucking over the entire lot This kips eon I ilut alT and the motion of the car brightens and 101 ishes the tipples up On the other hand apples not covered get grimy withh I went and dust and look filthy It willII lake ft little over 200 feet of lumber tat the partitions and a hood workman willI put them in in tin hour After selling the tipples I have always got first cos for the lumber Grimes Golden and Yellow Hell flower contrast will with Jonathan ami Faraeiise and at each end of the cat have n bin of willow twigs and Itawicsi genet to tone down with their gray colors I pay freight of about ten cents per bushel on apples on distances of jiX to GOO miles varying on the differ ent roads Select n town having a boom If possible never ship to where crops have failed Telegraph not get prices of apples start so as to get to your destination one day ahead of tla cars This gives you the chance to get your bills printed and a notice In the next Lays daily llemember printers ink I III good thing Pass quietly through the town buy a few apples of thej grocers get prices and soy noth ywrbillsnighthirealstl you in measuring If stiles arc slow canvass among the farmers The attempt to deceive about the i ageIstoreceive contempt Common prudence strangerthatI wery night with a good reliable bank g1ernllytequlrest nrloatlnf tipples When through wiling cheek carpets etc home rind rave expense of freight hills At small I niyorchardsI of Wisconsin Minnesota Nebraska or lotvnIlortlcultural J lrlUIIIIItlllnThel iidairyingl thllttheyWith the recognized milk form cows l titha disposition to convert food into t milk ntendencysomebeefydairynimalB nuttheJ as between a dairyI cow and a beef cow as there in utrottingI withtrottingplace no more should von expect to- nf+ success In the dairy by using rows th I 1111111ClllllltiollIbut r u LouwtJ lestroyedCording I tWlIrrofArbonplants son1 s i twoiof the liquid on n s Inffe or rug tied to n stick Stick 7JP In the center of the hill and put MNIer of paper or other mnterllli over 1 C giveflintes squareIssnilicicntt busitmarket Is near But It is a us business r r 1 4 DAIRY MANAGEMENT Prl a Elaay on the Production of Milk U MuterEugene offerfdbyesyuony Comfortublquartersrequisitennd we give the description and Illustra tion of his barn basement He says We keep the tcmpernurc of our stableat 30 belowoc1lgrees weatherLind notoon single stanchion with slmplay naotised securely fastened j at the top The chain tic goon aroundlI 1the neck with a large ring that slides Ieasily up uiul down the stanchion This gives the cow much more comfort andII IItceps her just us clean We put the first stanchion JS matte tfrom the wall or partition niil then one every three feet We then put a parti tion between every other cow The pir tition should I 1111111111lItihave a drop behind Hie eows of six inches TIll plant on whichI the caws stand is the feet from mnut to hell The manger is IS inches wide We left nn eight lnch space under th throughThisI i andI tilloi 1 IIItI11I lIi neceswiry as the feed in I hi production of winter milk and it is Inrtl for the average farmer to supply his eows with plentiful of Itof the right temperature A eow cannot do her Ist compelledI to stand in a ZIIII wind eat1 drink throtiirli the lee I would tsrte- in tits stable If possibleI We 11u at drive well in the feed alley The tem perature of the water from this well iis never below Vdegrees hut I would iku I to supply them with water ten r fifteenl degiPeTwaruierI Good cart is what tells in the long run Milk Iced nut water regularly anti be sure not to leave them out when tot told We only lento ours nut lvy enough to arrange the stable when tilts temperature is below 20 tllgIIII HOW TO PACK BUTTER It run He Kit Surtt mill In Cood Ortloi fur Month + putter is never M good a when IIlcIII within one week fout tin time it leaven the churn It possesses then a delle ue i roan nn1n peculiar inulescrib tile flavor which semi passes away nut iis never present thereafter hat buttei properly made can be kepi sw et s lid 4n good1 order for lIGet the butter in good eoncllMnn as coon as possible after ehuruing 11111II pack it thinly In gallon or halfgallon jars Those containing five or sh pounds are preferable When the jars are bought ask till seller at he IIIl1rlII the weight tif each to number them sc that a record of tIlt amount of butter in each jar can readily be kept Salt the jaws level full tie a round piece ofI I strung thick cloth over the trip nllGII place It bottom side up into a new IlIrg1t rock Do not pack butter name at dif ferent times in the same jar hint 11101II only those jars that can be filled at olleII churning i Make strong brine using nil the snitII the water will absorb adding to 1lCI1I gallon a teaspoonful of saltpeter and rtteaspoonful of granulated sugar Scald the brine mill skim It thoroughly When cold strain through a wet thick cloth into the crock Add more brine j front time to time to keep the jlllEI covered two Inches in depth Tie n j thick cloth over the crock to protect from dust and over tMs place n wooden I rover to exclude the IIlhtIDo not keep the crock on the cellnrI floor eyed if It is a cemcnrone hilt 01111 j platform if possible with slate IIlItltrt neath the crock to Insure free circula Lion of air This will prevent mold form ing on the bottom of the crock Several smaller crocks any be used In which to store the jars rather than use the large crock To clean jars and J crocks use a bath of hot lime water ort strong hot soda waterNY Farmer A Vermont Ul1lryumuic Carrie Nelson owns the lIestIMrs I dairy farm in Vermont Slut is a wltlowI I who hunt managed her funs timid duI tatted her four children Klncc she was left alone 13 years ago She lives at llvcgnte Caledonia county In 02 sheIijIi IIs vnn awnrdel the first prize at theI Ver meeting In 04 nt inont Dairymens the Vermont state fair and the worldt food Mir In Bonton and In 05 at the Vcrt moiit and New Hampshire Interstate l fair The butter Is put up in halfpound prints wrapped In paper bearing heII printed name and address The prlnelt Hoston The cows are nilisale Is in i ffih grade jersoys Two men are iI- Ihlndtht round anti the son rind1 year make and handle nil the but daughter er 1 rHoel11011 has freed the estate from debt has made great Improve as meals on the buildings nail bought a lorge amount of pasture lands POLITICS IN THE FUTURE eadlr Love Lettrn Will lie Used to Pre vent rerinnalltlom To what am 1 indebted for the honor f this call l- It was Mrs Ellen Mary IHcketts who poke She held In her hand the card of irs Ellzt Jenkinson which hind just eon laid on her desk by the office girl tor the card was followed almost In persallhoseThere was really no necessity for the use of the card either for the two had frequently met Mrs llickctts was the candidate for Jongress of the optional headgear party vhile Mrs Jenkinson was the non uispidor nominee Under the circuni ounces It was natural for her to he stir jriscd at receiving n call from her op ponent I came to see you on n small mutter jf business observed the visitor Pray proceed 1 have learned from good authority that your agents lire bout upon n ruin tialgn of personalities and than they ntend to give to the press certain shun leroiis gossip about me calcuhtcd to injure my candidature The speaker paused and Mrs Kick tits said Interrogatively Well l Well echoed Mrs Jenkinson we must keep personalities out of tin cam palgnWe must must wel We must Mrs llickctts sneered torotheLook hire Mary Ellen Kicketts she exclaimed dont you dare to turn 11Iil 1rsrIlieketts my nose Iis tint a snub ami tletattewhat my agents shall or shall not dn in this campaign Well Me about that Mary Ellen Iiieketts you were engaged to my lius band In your young days n goodl ninny years ago Im tint nearly as old as you Id have you know YtllIlIllI fitfulrYou tare 11118 not We will pass that point but I want to nay that when I married my husband all your love letters were still In his pos session anil I have them now You spiteful thing ManyI a good1 laugh I have had over them What a perfect goose you nerel I just hate you so there And I merely wish to add that on the very first publication ofII per onalltv about me In your newspaper organs I skull print in thin Daily Ingle every single one of your lackadaisical piStilS Do you understand Till two women glared at enh other a half a minute Hurl then Mrs Jenkln son withdrew leaving MrsI Mary llick tits deep in thought The campaign was conducted vlthou any petsonulitlesN Y Telegram n u q Color In lliToriitloim Whether looked at front Jhe stand point of comfort beauty or economy the fashion of giving our rooms a sum mery or wintry air accordance with the needs of the season is the most ef fective modern innovation in louse fur lush imgs To be sure few of us bring about radical change at once even when we luau it is goof economy to do so Hut however lean the purse with discretion in buying industry nnd ingenuity many furnishings are or eau be made equally effective for warm and cold weather Color Is the most Impor font consideration in furnishings and as the past seasons output of drapery and upholstery stuffs nail floor cover lugs was especially noted for the range and iKnuty of Its coloring the task of making these furnishings do double dutytints ncsrrsocasy as now The two most popular color Hchemes were for- Get green and white and1 delft blue and white or cmim and for bed chum bers or a country parlor either can easily he made as effective for cult as for warm weather With any other color scheme than red which Invaria bly gives warm effects when used in + success depends not only upon the proper tones nail tints of the thing itself hut upon the harmonious rela Lion to Its surroundings Chicago Chronicle In Serving Corn Only young and tender corn should be cooked on the cob Such corn IF known by its tender skin nail is milky When the corn Iis old or very large II Is host to cut it from the cob nail cook it in mills or make it in fritters Celebrated disagree as to the best wayof cooking corn One will tell you to cook it In the inside husks one to remove the husks and to keep the ears in n very cool dry plaice until ready to cook In the former ease It Is cooked until tender in boiling water In the otter the corn put over the fire in cold water con taining a small quantity of soft null Sometimes a little milk and but arc both lidded to the water In whlrh corn Is Cooked The object of add ing the sugar Is of course to sweeten the vegetable that of using butter and is to give n richer flavor All au tlioritics agree that the sooner the corns cooled after it Is pinked the better t will beN Y IosU Greelc mythology ascribes the Invention of dice to the gods and one fanciful tale represents Jupiter and Mars settling a difficulty by throwing1 dice A WORK OF ART The TcxarUann utntmr to Tcrd and Ute SoutliTC t Is the uamo of toceuttylleut6consistingoft24 lattertouolilustrauons Jt Iis the mosteompret hauntsomostworkBtuluof Jexns11nd is really commercial Anyoneeadimtj ofthopusslblhtlesor MountainIl3ulltheLnthe Htnto of Tcxim for dlxtrlbutlon lu tho attractingIntmlgrntlnners sifter health It Is In every way R val uable contribution to thin current literature RrtUtlIortoupIplicatloutalc Haute or tuny bo Inil by luhlrcsslni XSCNOOcucrul Louis You will ho niirrietl at high noon I I suppose1 said 1ensjHtl to his free silver friend I shall bJ married at Hi minutes i to 1 replied the wlillo uiuUil wuuVtroll 1rco 1rcHH A llnuirholil Nprrt + ltj- Citsearc Cattily Catbartie the most won dorfllllllllkulIUCOICI uf the ape pleasant und refreshing to tlio taste nets gently and positively on kidneys liver nod bowels cleansing tliu entlro system dispels olds Ctlll4t1llUtiliI box of 15 U G to iluy 10 ti1 Ml cents Hold and guiininlocil to euro by all druggfttts KIHST CHICAGO MANWhat are your ChicagoJltunItlilukI toad sottlu d tnon1IrutIt I hunting unit ruiilng cintilo Tree A Riildu to tho bent huntliur ami llshlnr grounds of tho Uest and Northwest con tiiinlng nn cxeolleni nine of till InUe regions of Northern Wisconsin tumid MK lilKan will bo sort fri on application In W 11 KNIKKKIIN VKi Filth uveiiue Chicago Ill HllnOIholl a man proposes ton girl It ilniiMnt ulwiiys mean that tit wants to moan ry her fluNu U truly bo u mutter of necessity Life Wunx HloiiB oreostivo tint Casearct cuuuy catlinrtU onrn guiiranteetl luc l6c No Miin n nilddloofllio road mail blcycllstNutrinluwuII rProf Babcock JsSafoOahlIN LANCE 1 lOTTLEa Oft SMALL f a Owing to the many requests from Its patrons Warners Safe Cure Co have put OR the market a smaller size bottle of Safe t Cure which can now bo obtained at all druggists at halt tho price tho large bottle i c trw tatt cifecIs not only a scientific vegetable preparation and does all that Is onlyKidneyS by the best peoplo of four conti nents A medicine that bears the stamp of tho worlds ap proval and maintains Its posi icenturyij culiar merit STEADY WORK OPIUM ofi IUIl I 1litIWANTEDIIy iendltiilyHISKYhAbltrerrd hook ninl I AlUiitB l w IAi says the wellknown Chemist i Ii I find that Walter Baker Cos Breakfast Cocoa is absolutely pure It contains no trace of any substance foreign to the pure roasted cocoabean The color is that of pure cocoa the flavor is natural and not artificialand the product is in every particular such as must have been produced from the pure cocoabean without the addition- of any chemicalalkali acidor artificial flavoring sub stance which are to be detected in cocoas prepared by the socalled Dutch process Walter Baker Co Ltd Dorchester Mass o A little bit of pension goes a long way if you chew U Battle Ax The biggest piece of really high p grade tobacco ever sold for 5 cents 1 a almost twice as large as the other a 5 fellows inferior brands E f 4 11i 11 t 10 U 1 r- I a I THE HERALD VENDER COOPER Eilter WILL E HABIOHT Asioolate Ettttr And Huslness MnHftger r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 20 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For VicePresident ARTHUR SEWAIL Of Maine For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FITPATRICK OF FLOYD COUNTY Democratic Electors Following arc the Kentucky Demo trade presidential electors State nt large James 1 Tarvin of Covington W 11 Smith of Richmond First district J 0 Flournoy Second Judge II F Tur ner 1hird W R Browder Fourth OUH Brown Fifth Wallace McCny Sixth Harvey Myers Seventh Robert Frnnklin Eighth 11 J Breckenridge Ninth W G Ramsey Tenth Tliomnn J Wells Eleventh Henry M Menu chump These lire the gentlemen for whom tho Democrats should vote figySTAMP UNDER THE ROOSTER Tuesday next is election CSTAM1P UNDER THE ROOSTER CoiUMliUH DlMANO Hceretnry of the interior under Grant died suddenly at his homo near Ml Vernon 0 last Thursday of pnrnlyaia of the heart Ho VtM 87 years old OKH thing we all concede to Mr Hry lint1 ho is n non of wonderful physical OitdUranco His campaign has never been cijutiled and if ho receives the votes of nil who heard him speak ho will ho n hard man to heat Covington Common wealth TlIK names of ninety persons who nro not entitled to vote Imo been found on tho registration books at Frankfort A number of them are exconvicts and the other have set resided in their precincts long enough They have been cited to show cause why their names should not stricken from tho list SncninAuv CAUIIHII was shamefully treated by a gang of toughs at Covington lust week where ho mado n goldhug speech No matter whet a mans politi cal views may be ho should ho accorded the privilege of expressing thorn and those who differ with Palm mull do not wish to hear him should keep away ONM year ago today tho United States was visited by n seismic disturbance which was felt in Rover states and doing great damage Next Tuesday there will bo n shock that will bo felt all over tho land and layout McKinloy Haiitm and tho goldhugn who have been robbing the farmers and workingmen iIEiYSlAMP UNDER TUg ROOSTER CiiAnuw F Ciusv ox speaker of tho house of representatives died lust Thurs day afternoon ut a sanitarium in Atlnn la Ga Ho had been sick for x long time but his death way unexpected Mr Crisp would havo been elected United States senator from Georgia at the loon ing session of time legislature end was mi strong advocate of tho sliver cause Soup queer election bets nro made but hero is tho latest A man named Swift living in Pike county huts staked ton years labor on Bryan lie Is to work ten years free of charge If McKin loy is elected j but if Bryan is elected tho other tuna is to furnish n hand for Swift and pay tho hire for ten years TILE Yalloy Vidctte 51 tho nnme of a now paper just started at Picstonsburg lloyd county Tho editor Charles T Taylor has flung to tho breeze the Dem ocratic standard and makes some good hits for the cause of Bryan and Sewall Altogether it is quite a CTcdiUible sheet and should be well put oaizetl by tho merchants and people of that section fI Eastern Kentucky for nothing brings to I light iho rvsourccaoi ttVcuuii aiwro thou I tho loLul newspaper II i p S 1 k F I DANIEL WEUSTBU who was without ni peer as a constitutional lawyer said I am certainly of tho opinion that goldand silver at fixed rates by congress constitute time legal standard of value and that neither congress nor any utat has authority to establish any other standard or to displace this standard Again he said Liberty cannot long endure in any country where the ten dency is to concentrate wealth in the hands of a few NFXT year will witness more politico funerals than have been seen for twenty years Instead of being n year of jubilee it will be the time of general reckoning The books of remembrance will bo opened and political knives will leap from their sheaths to avenge time perfidies of the past Champions of today will be fugitives then calling on tho mountain of forgetfulness to fall on them anti hide them from popular indignation und wrath Covington Commonwealth H SKXATOH UKCK of Kentucky one of time finest and ablest of American statesmen in his place in tho senate in Jan uary 1878 said I know that the bond holders and monopolists of this country are seeking to destroy all the Industrie of tho people in their greed to enhance time value of their gold I know that the act of 187 i did more than all else to accomplish that result and time dcmone tizalion act of the revised statutes was an illegal and unconstitutional consum mutton of tho fraud I want to restore that money to where it was before end thus aid in preventing the consumma tion of their designs CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will picnic hear in mind tluit all communication s must lie received at this nflteu not litter thiin Tuisdny evening to insure publication in the current Issue MORGAN COUNTY Haytown Missiles Miss Dicie Sexton of Frenchbnrg is in tlwnIDr R K11nyof Mooreficld is spending a few days in our town this week George Sexton hind a cow to die last night supposed to have been caused by lIstaggers Copt and Mrs Sample are visiting their daughter Mrs J M Henry nt West Liberty Mrs Florence Adamson and Miss Rosa Sample mado a flying trip to Lcl Satur day afternoon C A Sample hits n lovely little dog which ho would like very much to sell or give away Ask him why There was spooking hero last Wednes tiny night by lion Robert It Franklin of Frankfurt and a Mr Neal of Pros tonburg W 0 Adamson and wife returned to their hone in Mt Sterling this week after a months visit to Mrs damsons parents Mr and Mrs Richie October 215 WIKOMHS Jamboree From the Jambs Mrs Rose Nickell is visiting her other 1T Caskey Miss Minnie Duty is teaching a very successful school at tho cwlIchoul houseJohn lire wcr and daughter lassie vhs itrd lib brother William on Laurel Saturday Mrs Martin Ayers relict of the late William Ayers hats removed her stuck of goods to Mire Moon Oldfipld was one of the partici I punts in tho free silver march at West Liberty on Monday When the Republican party goes down it just makes whirlpool enough to suck in nil the sloughocrats S S Oldficld one ot our progressive young men has developed very flour ishing moustache which adds W S Wilson one of time H G A students was confined to his home Inst week with nn attack of pneumonia On Inst Saturday night n gang of drunkards moonshiner and hoodlums were assembled on the roadside engaged in their cussedness selling whiskey firing pistols and tearing up jack generally Some good cowhides should be applied to these pusillanimous scoundrels mind that without remorse October 27 JAMHOHKE Consolation Okat John Cecil in able to be out again Morton Cecil line been sick for a few lays Uncle Dave Whittake Bm Wheeler ttndgthera conducted bJd a w tlo ichool house Saturday and Sunday WOLFE COUNTY Pine Hilt PIckups School is progressing very nicely the average attendance for the past week be ing 45 The roll of honor for the fifth grade for tiro past month is as follows Maud Chester 15 Sallie Bowman 90 Mollie Bush 01 Nannie May J2 Lucin da Rogers 90 Celia Bush 87 Joke Bug h 85 Those reaching highest per rent In fourth grade are Mattie Adonis 90 Martha Bush 90 Alice Combs 88 In third grade Willie Adams 80 Blanch Chester 88 In no other district iis there more interest manifested by pupils than in Pine lull district They seem to bo imbuedwith the spirit of improvement each trying to excel in the studies This part of tho country seems to think with nil its getting it must not only get knowledge but religion also Rev Geo Miller hits made sacred the pond at Tor rent by baptizing sixteen converts timid is still gathering in the sheaves Married on lie Iflth inst Sid Chester to Miss Fannie Bush and Willie Bush to Miss Sarah Chester at the residence of Wm hush Both couples were rather youthful ages ranging from Iti to1J2 years Died on the 2id inst hiss Mollie Puckett aged 2I a good and lovely girl who had never known sickness until stricken down to die Mrs Jennie Bush of New York n very estimable and interesting lady is visiting time family of Edward Bowman October 20 XYMA Toliver Talk Miss Elsie Howling is very sick The pads will have to go up Salt river on a cheap scale if they go tho gold routeE Knsh attended the great Demo cratic love feast at West Liberty on Monday Win Tabor who received some severe injuries a week or so ago from falling oil a fodder stack is able to be out 11nin Henry Mannin our free silver bone knocker attended time speaking at West Liberty Monday and was much elated over the great jubilee It hits been n well known fact for some time that one of our most distinguished citizens had a hankering in time Salem neighborhood but no one thought the II Land would marry for yet a while limo prize ho won was Miss Mary L Lacy and now you can often hear the exclamation and Laud McNabb is mar ried II May success crown their every cllortOctober 27 Sum mNuIt A3TSTAMP UNDER THE ROOSTER ANTBUSKVKUAr FAITIIITL MKS or women to brave for responsible es tablished liouit in Kentucky Sitlnry 780 payable lfi weekly Bled expenses Position pcriimnont lliTeretiCL Enclose 8I1fIIIlrcIIs ed envelope The National Star Ituildini Chicago 31S Land Sale for Taxes lly virtue of luxe due School district No 10 fur the school year ending June 801H16 I will on SATTKDAY OlTOllKIl 31 ISMt between the hours of 1 and 4 oclock p in nt J n Taulboes store oiler for smile the following described reel estate it belnj the COlIIpIIIIYland hounded by the luiul of IHIWC Klklus J M Terrell and D It 1rollit The amount of said tux is aiLI costs fcj total i3 Sold by me ns treasurer of suid district J11 NA- iIEltIWORMS 1 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEI ps FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED sOLD MY AH DRUGGISTSV rrr111 fcf 1 ninunnsox JUIUUM ro ST torn THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QCINCEV Drawer ISO Chicago Secretary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for Information regarding Accident Iniup ancc Mention this paper By so doing you can save membership fee Has pall over COOCK 00 r accidental injuries De your own Agent WO MU01CAZ EXAMINATION REQUIRES Hn MAUPIN REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY OOODP NOTIONS Sac Sc PORTSMOUTH OHIO Good Judges Say i That Our Suits I 5OO 750 I IOOO lbH Ii ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY u Next week we will put on sale 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHE VIOT PANTS atIX150 Dperr Pair LOUIS AND GOS STRAYS LEADING CLOTHIERS AND SOMERSET LLEXINGTON I ROSEdZ DAZIISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GHEEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WE use the Host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call anti get and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order WAGONSII Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy IemllayIun on no your work is respectfully solicited UQ 1 D li- lrATTL LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor C2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special euro taken of teams for Commer cial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of tho pubhcre spectfully solicited II F PIERATT t ttl ui gIJdtllT E BJ1SNESS T5OUTHf i or CSADUITE5 HOLDING ONE Jl h w46la IJNbg 1IyTiIL T REcoaMENOEQ BY THE LtADlliG BUSINESS pte OF 90 s WANl I b F 1 1 r r pi- r 1 i waieryl k klr l T n y iFHE IlRAlrD pi Green Heatsays Happenings i 000iDemocratic rooster is alookln out o i die allthtrqhes f r the1 scrimmage an nspil in fur the fight i jk Republicans are talkln but its mostly through their lint Anwhen Uryuns cyclone strikes em thcyl not know where theyre nt- Sebree Herald i Willie H 1ieratt visited sick relatives at Ezel Sunday Joo Frazier nude a flying trip to fompton last Sunday Mrs Cotnnm of Campion bin hazel preen for uwhilc on business Miss Laura D llawlings returned last Sunday from her sad trip to Covington Doyle Nickel who recently returned from Kansas is quite sick with typhoid fever at his homo in Ezel Hon T Y Fitzpatrick was in town last night tho guest of the Day House en route to West Liberty Elder Harry Little will preach at tho Frank Johnson school houo next Sun day All are cordially invited Henry D Adams and W 11 DeUusl will preach at the old White Oak church next Saturday night and Sunday You need Hoods Sarsaparilla to en rich and purify your blood create nn appetite mad give sweet ref reshiugslcep- H H Holley will go to Kel Sunday and preaclyit 11 oclock a in He was at West Liberty last Saturday and Sunday Today is Republican day in Haze1 Green Hon A K Wilson iis lie orator of the day assisted by W T Seitz am others Sam Dennis who was so badly cut bj Boyd Richardson near Kel a few weeks since hats so far recovered as to bo walk ing about Tom Clcary lost a fine milk cow last Saturday night from sonic unknown cause On Saturday evening he milked the cow and fed her as usual and on going to the lot Sunday morning for the same purpose found her dead LOST On Stillwater on Monday Oe tober 5 one light weight overcoat Tin fiuder will In rewarded by rclurniiij same to the undersigned at Oakdalc Breathitt county Ky ED L MKAUIIKR Judge John E Cooper and Henry Woodford were guests of the Day House Monday night They came from Camp ton and were en route to Maytown whcrejthcy spoke Tuesday afternoon Governor Bradley has issued n procln mation naming Monday November IIi as arbor day and requesting that it be properly observed by the planting of trees As a public holiday it will bo observed by the public schools ns such Ono night last week as Pres Sexton stepped from his house into tho yard tome unknown person shot at him Hi started to run mod tho firing continued until ho took refugo under a cliff nearby whero he spent the night lIe has no enemies that ho knows of and dont tin dentnnd why ho should be molested Hero iis a problem A Kentucky far finer and his wife owned a hog and want ed to weigh it The man weighed 1155 pounds and the woman I100 pounds They put n board across the fence so that when they sat down upon time end it exactly placeshisjustbalancingthe weight of tho hogl W H Dollusk and Henii Adams of this place made a trip to Lacy creek near White Oak Saturday morning and preached to the citizens of that locality on Saturday night and Sunday There Was one addition and from all reports the sermons by these gentlemen were above the average usually heard in that section null it is to bo hoped that much good teed was sown The Kentucky Valley Medical asoc wlon met in regular session at Jackson October 23 and 24 1890 The meeting tray called to order by the president Wnutea of previous meeting read and approved Time president then rend an opening address which was well received PapersfroOlreadnnll enjoyed by all Dr R D- Cor sr was reelected president Dr R g Cox jr vice president and Dr Bi i ttlepngo secretary The next meeting l897 111lIu meld ut Portent May 28 and 4II IlIake The Most of Yourself It is makethoever his ca parities may be he is sure to find some place where ho can be useful to himself and hishighestand ho cannot have good health without pure blood Tho blood circulates to every organ and tissue and when it ill pure rich and healthy it carries health impuroitflows Hoods Sarsaparilla is the one true blood purifier It cures salt rheum scrofula catarrh dyspepsia and rheumatism because the blood these diseases have their origin illII Hon Robert 15 Franklin of Frank fort came to Hazel Green lust Thurs day and enlightened the voters in thlll necko the questlon8 to which was time best thing for time countr gentlclJlllnone accord came into the Bryan ranks mind will make their mark under the rooster next Tuesday The flag raising was a great success A straight poplar measuring over 90 feet in height and tapering from 10 inches at the butt to A inch at the top was found anti brought to town A small American flag was fastened to time tip and after planting the pole a largo flag was run up amid the cheers of tho hundreds who had come to participate in the rally On Inst Sunday evening at the Christine church Win II Cord gave an tin count of the national convention held at Springfield III from the Kith to 23rd inst In that convention time reports mule of the various departments of the church work were very encouraging Every lino of work showed an increase over the previous ynar The Church of Christ has more thou a million commu nicants in the United States It hits grown more rapidly than all thcdcnomi nations It has the following branches of niiTsionary work Foreign omissions negro education and evangelization min isterial relief church extension educa tional Christian endeavor and bible school More churches gave for the various missions in the jear than over before and more individuals gave in the diuretics Monday was a gala day in West Liberty Democracy turned out in full force to hear eminent speakers A procession of horsemen number 1450 by actual count was led by sixteen young ladies dressed in silvery white nod mounted on white hows and one young lady who looked quite forlorn and was dressed in yellow and riding a yellow horse passed over the hridgellncl through the town followed by an immense crowd on foot It is estimated that fully 3000 persons listened to the eloquence of Hon Stone excongressman of First district as he extolled the virtues of free coinage of silver Hazel Green will elect town officers for tho ensuing year on Tuesday No ember a There will be a police judge a town marshal and five trustees chosen The candidates for the various offices MI far as wo have learned lire For Police Judge George W Wheeler Elza James William Hull for mnrshnlArborryF Brooks Heatty Gambill i for trustees Wm II Cord Emery James V1 Gas key W 0 Mize G W Swango Dr A C Nickell John W Craven Jew the little son of Rollin Kash is child Witnessing time a most precocious pole and ling raising last Thursday noth fog would do but he must have a II llynn fag Procuring a polo about eight feet long he fastened a handkerchief on which he had sewed a union jack to it rind stuck the polo into tho ground near the gate where his Myna fag flouts proudly to tho breeze In order not to miss time opportunity- of casting his ballot for the redemption clutches of time from theof time country Frazier leftJosmonlld aristocracy Tuesday for his home in Winchester to register and will remain there until he sees his ballot with time stamp under the rooster put into the ballot box Wm IL Cords subject for Sunday church will ho- Our Christianmorning at the Plea Everybody is invited to be this subject treated- Aiea recent nod hear Christ has a distinctiveI I Church1h e peculiar- f to Itself and it would bo well to know more of it that the sheriff It iis currently reported wIth I abscondedhasBreathitt countyof thousand dollars in cash and five- hundred timreo W1th dollars in stain claim 1 him disappeared a women 110 leaytsI alI children at bomq wife and ten E GLIS ixpciEi1t12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KYf tILV p Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty G115 LUJQARrL Pvopvlol1or in Tho Toledo Weekly Blade Every intelligent family needs in midi tion to their local paper a good national widelyknownToledo Weekly Wade For thirty years it line been n regular visitor in every part of the Union and is well known at almost every one of the 70000 postolllces in the country It is edited with refer once to a national circulation It is n Republican paper but men of mull poli tics take it because of IIts honesty and fairness in the discussion of all public questions It is the favorite family paper with something for every member I of time household Serial stories poetry wit and humor tho household depart meat best in time world young folks Sunday school lessons Till mages sermons burenlllwhichthe news of time week in complete forum and other special features Specimen copies gladly sent on application and if you will send us a list of addresses wo will mail a copy to each Only 1 a year If you with to raise a club write for terns Address Tho Hlade Toledo OhioI10w I silverdollarseats it to view i the liberty head with out necktie or collar and nil strange I things that to us seem so new i the wide spreading eagle the arrows below it the stars and the words with the strange thing they tell i time coin of my fathers were glad that we know it for sonic time or j other twill come in right wellthoI spread eagle dollar the star spangled dollar the old silver dollar we mull love so wellEx- u Two For Ono We have made arrangements by which we can furnish tho Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and tho HAKI GUIIN HKU Aiu to now subscribers fur one year for the small sum of Ono Dollar which is the prico of THE UKUAID alone All old subscribers ptiying up their arrear ages to dato can take advantage of this offer This proposition only holds good until November 10 1SSW after which date tho price for tho combination will be 125Wo mado arrangements with the Toledo Weekly libido whereby we can furnish it with Tin HKHAIK ono year for the low prico of 1 1 This holds good to all who mire already subscribers to Tin HiuAM by paying upon arrearages and ono year in advance The time to take advantage of this oiler is limited so if you want to take advantage of it conic its once Iron Jo M1 Kendall and Hon H H lIvinsolving nro billed to speak at Ilnel ireun on tho JtOth inst at one oclock p 1111 in the interest of time Democratic party Ho will speak at West Liberty ou the 29th and at Campion on the 31st Are You Tired All time time This condition is a sure indication that your blood is not rich and nourishing as it ought to bo and as It may bo if you will take a few bottles of time grunt bbod purifier Hoods bar inparilla Thousands write that Hoods arsaparilla has cured them of that tired feeling by giving them rich red blood hoods Pills act easily and promptly on tho liver and bowels Cure sick icadacho To Cure Cold In Ono Day Pake Laxative Uroino Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tho money if it falls to cure 25- cUJANTEiSE1EItAI FAITHFULS KN I Vor women to travel for rvNiioiiNiblo cs itbllihed house In Kentucky Hillary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses 1onitlon crnianvnt Itcferiiice Emmelose sell addressed envelope The National Star HiiIMing ChllJliO 3I8 FOR SALENecessity compels me to collect all that Is owing to me no that I ran jtny debts that I owe All who are indebted to me that do not make ncttlcmcnt with me ut once will fluid their notes or account in tho hands 01- nil officer fur collection I want to sell nil- the real estate I own and have control of insisting oftwo houses and lotus in Camp ton six acres of land in Campion one farm of sixty acres one and otue half miles from CamptolllnntJ four Iota In Walnut Grove Ky Will ll on easy terms LYKINS2July TNT HERALD OFIJOBALL PRINTING IONDS I a iA i b thuI iit-Z r elnial grid Pre uwntox+ s School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky Tile Kex1Sessioq Bogins SODtoIIlbBr 1 1896 1 Full 1DiHcipJino1 Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing j also Businoss L KY l IJJ Keeps n full lime of ml Jewelry S cctucli lo is tho boat opporlinuty in tho mountaina to obtain unIeducation at a small cost Catalogue and sw Xii CORJ = 1tncIlnIII= = = J M HAVENS PRACTICALl1IE Jeweler and Watchmaker W I 1IHAZEL GREEN WiitelicR ItiRIIII IIJJ Repairing Flno Watches nnd Gold Syootnoloa n tae 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very nioilcmtc llonrdlnir nt reHnntuiblu rates Session begins Septeinlier H For log nnil tiny mrtlcnlur Information nmily In OlAH JOUIH IOUH President and J MCUAIIVKY Irculdcnt College of the lllblc u LicxixriTOf KY cataI RUBEROID ROOFING UNlVfft5AIBUDDINGfRm 2761 to 0ilIAHI I 1t Ir I Ktit1 r r- r r TT J I THE HERALD 4 SPENCER COOPER Publehet- 11AZhiORKKN I V I KY BROUGHT TO THE TAXIDERMIST filing Familiar and Curious In treat Variety and from All 1itrti There arc brought to the taxidermist to be mounted birds and animals and other things in a great variety A boy jnny find in the woods n turtle that catches his fancy ho tahvs it to the tax f idcrmhit gets it mounted and puU it In his cabinet Sometimes turtles lire mounted for paper weights Horses hoofs to be mounted are brought in by horiicnicn A woman whose pet home died had one of UK hoofs mounted with silver bands for use IIH a pnper weight Hears pawn lire often mounted an lot ter weights The hunter may have shot a bear at a season when KM fur IK pour and Its Hkln IN not worth mounting III a rug or aH an nnltunl but the pawn art nil right and he huts them mounted and Keeps one for himself and gives the rest to his friends More birds than ani mals are brought to be mounted nnd thus birds most commonly brought url lilghholdersroblnsbluejnysnndI hawks Among animals the most common Is the squirrel A boyttho shoots n line Mpilrrel with a nice toil likes to get it mounted sitting up holding n nut in its paws Fox tails captured in tin chant ore brought to the taxidermist and so are fox heads Many pet dogs 11111 rats and monk eys land canaries are brought to lx mounted Often when It dies the hunter has his favorite hunting dog mounted In an attitude pecul iar to it If a pointer for instance pointing Other dogs ratters or light ers thatI may have been rnilrhuidl art brought In to bo mounted Not infrequently small alligators art brought to the ttaxidermist anlI some times larger ones Awhile nllI a builI tress 1111111 of thin city requested friend hlllllIt or send north alligators a CIIOtI or lejw in length The friend the biggest alligator he could hUIIhlI Florida weight abouta ton and length M feet and sent that north I In the course of tune It died and then Its own er sent It to the taxidermist hind it mounted and suspended it from the ceiling of his store There WIIK brought to the tax bier mist recently for a socialI club In whose title the word lobster appears a lob Met weighing 22 pounds Ill tins twine taxidermist there was once brought a lobster weighing 3i pounds Many t fishes are brought to the taxidermist trout bled bass miiskalongc tarpon 111111 nanny others large and small ol both fresh and salt water Them was lately brought ton New York tax idermist n striped bass weighing Hi pounds Usually tit smaller linden art mounted mitt of the big llshen gen Orally but half the fish IN mounted In the hunting season tilt taxidermist re ceives many specimens to be mounted r IIIICIIUIIIIIII I usual manner or N rhaps for a hrt nick or some article of furniture llornu Burn been mounted as candelabra huntersI often have skins mounted as rugs Lea captains bring to the taxider mist to IH mounted for themselves or perhaps to give away to their Irlends it rang anti curious things from nil parts of the world including sea birds and tropical birds X Y Sun A Uriiciiillln flue lliinilriil Incl loni Jt Is a wellknown fact even among Dioso who make no pretense of having their satins stored with geological niil polcmtological lore that the beasts n lid reptiles which existed in the early ogre of tho world were giants when com pared with tho very largest representa tives of tho same types which still sur vive This feet line recently been strik ingly illustrated by a find illnillltlol tiers where excavations aro being mado under tho auspices of the Orient1 Academy of Science At that place n crocodile tooth was found which weighs utmost seven pounds M1 icrard the professor In charge of the working crops says that there is no doubt thou tho tooth formerly belonged to a gigan tie crocodile and that there Is no possi bility whatever that he lulls confounded the tooth with that of the mcgalvns minis as some scientists have hlntc M Gerard says It is a typical croco tile tooth and Is probably the largest specimen of the kind ever seen by man e e e In my estimation it Is front thu head of n reptile not less that 100 cut in lengthSt Louis llopublic Ono KfTrct itf Thrill There U one cltcct of this bloomer fad that appears to hove been over looked Vlmtl8thnt It removes one of the Incentives to sobriety now so A drinking man con have no more horrible visions thin one who Is sober unlessunlessIly George I nova thought of that 1 mhnt 1 i1hy he can see two bloomer girls Instead of on 1 cant he It still pays- to keep Bol crM Chicago Post The wheat fly Is wild to have beet nearly us destructive to the wheat crops ef this country as the Hessian fly fi i CARLISLES COURSE necoraM the Monthploco ef the Money 1ow r It is fortunate for the people of this country that the money power speak ing through Mr Carlisle has announced the step that it proposes to take on soon OH McKinley is elected This announce ment as our renders know is to the effect that If McKInlcy is elected the money power will demand the redemp tion of the silver dollar nnd the sliver certificates in gold nnd that it wilt be able to enforce its demand It IH fortunate that the announcement has been made at this time for now the people of the country will be able to know precisely what they live voting for and what thy ore voting against There Is not a voter in the land solg nornnt that he tin foil to understand the nature of MrI Carlisles announce ment Heretofore tIt teamed of the money power huts been modestly confined to tIll redemption of th greenbacks and tnns nry notes in gold It now IhdllIthrough Mr Carlisle that nil our circulating medium except gull pre redeemable in gold III the even of McICInleys election therefore we confidentlyI 1 loot forward to some very Interesting experiences Our people may Iningine tint they have had some very interesting experiences since ISO1 when the country was plnerd at the mercy of the money power but the experiences they hurt hail dnriiig tthe jwist three years will not be remem bered by the side of Ithose they will rays through whrn the money ipower lierins to contract ItieI currency by presenting sliver dopers and silver certificates for redemption In gold lMcKhiloy HJ I liitroilurotl to ns tKlUBK to crowd holtl juper Is olscuxl us Tluirslon bu luiMts to taolilo or CnlTory to pinnting Louisiana Tliaro Is i vulumo aiKument utioo Study itChicago Ulapalch IIf Itiynn is elected Carlisle would not dare to carry out tilt policy of the gold nwiiTri outlined in his letter for it would promptly lend to his imptMh iiienl On the other hand should Mc Kinley beelccted the people may ns v 1111 prepare for theI tremendous sqnrcye which will depreciate the sliver dollars tint like the greenbacks Jnd trios ury notes they runt be 1presented to the treasury for enforced redemption in gold Thl would mean tint Mie sllvft money anti the paper currency of the country would rest on the slender bnsis of our available loek of gold The in evitable result would be lo double till demand for gold mid tins make that metal twice as valuable as It now giving us n 400 instead of the SOOcent dollar we now have The most conservative of New Yoik liankirs ninth that ournvailablo stock gold for redemption purposes Is not more than SIIMiOOOOUO at the outside On this slender basis wouM have to Itour whole supply of sliver dollars i silver eerlltlcates greenbacks tivnsnry hales ting to something Mho SMtmoiMI HUI One of the tirsl results of McKin lees election would be live dcproolii tins of silver tkillarx nnd silver certifi sates Thai Is tt say tilt tfsocinird bunks of that city would decline tu re rive them in exchange for gnenbutks Bid treasury notes at their fare viiic Following this the silver dcllar and cot I lien ten would presented at the subtreasury for redemption gold The sequel would be the insuo mere bonds until the total available supply ol currency hail been brought down to the potent represented by small fun redemption money Such n tremendous contraction of the cnrroney as this with the constantlyt 1 luercusing value of money would pro tluee such ruin and disaster as have l I never been experienced in a civilized country In time of peace That Is what Carlisles announcement menus and as the policy outlined by him can only be carried out In the event of MeKlnleys election the people of the country have an opportunity of choosing Bryan und prosperity or McKinley and rulnAt lanta Constitution BRYAN PROGRESSING Bucceil of the Itnprmentatlve of the Working People William leanings Bryan Is making splendid progress in his leadership oi the forces of democracy to the victory that ownlls them at the Ned of this cam paign He Is convincing by force ol clear logical argument nnd is winning votes by plait simple statement of tit truth Ills speech delivered on Iaboi day to an enormous audience of voters was a striking indication of tilt tend el of tin time No man is letter fitted tG speak to the lnl orlng man on the sub jests closest to his heart than this plain thlII i Zillion of today recognize his friend ship sad respond to his efforts in their behalf The success of Ilrynn means the sue cess of Miler Ills interests arc tit in terests of the great working masses of the country Their votes will elect the next president anti their votes are won for llryan wherever he hits opportunity to fare and s cak to them Ills efforts are meeting everywhere tt ith success lie is educating the pro I Ill He clears away from tie discus Sinn of the financial question till the misunderstanding so cunningly created by tIlt plutocrats He tells the truth t tlio girt ml rule cnmllilntr ever tho American voter will ccr tnllily the hunt his com noroial If ha the Union thu sugar Interests ot ot In tIle plcluru j as MI all I all is of inioim sil ver be of the of about sliver so clearly and plainly Iha any 1111111 of common souse Patti under stand it- This is clearly a campaign of tonne against manhood of plutocracy againstI I lit people In spite of all the efforts ol the nilllioniilres in spite of nil the money so lavishly scattered by the llannn syndicate the party of the jstv pie is marching steadily on to suceess Never in the history of this republic have the people had so splendid n leadei as William Jennings ltrynnInmmany1- InVS PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS It did not take any money to In crease till democrat majority in Ar kansas St Louts lteptul lie The money MarkI llannn wasted in Maine1 would have endowed two or three orphan ttSyluutsIhlhilelphin iroan If the axel grease and the llannn- fcrt illor do not accomplish tilt desired results it will not be localise they hove tint been supplied In abundance by the McKinley magnates Si Louis Republic Ivery trust which has contrib uicd to the piney that Haniia Is said to have pledged for the Kelshaxar fund Is a violator of the laws of the United States Is McKinley1 I willing to have those laws inforced regardless of th- eIrlsbnzatmfunilNI Y World To the popular recognition of lib attitude of the leaders of democracy is doubtless sue the great increase In democratic sentiment in this state From present indications this ynrwilI be our of democratic triumph In tht iKmpire stale The progress of ltryph through New York IsI proof of this IKverywher received with enthusiasm everywhere assured of popular support he wis cheered because he wits rteog nixed by the great mass of tine people ns their friend Tammany Tiuut 1 1 A LITTLE NONSENSE BlakelyI understand you IncUr have organized a debating club Mill SH rctU Yea and we have such grand tinier laughing at the girls who get uj to talk Philadelphia North Amei lean A Boston lol eIeuc ma I lont want anyof those culturei peaches Cultured peaches Johnny What can you mean by that The JIICH with specs ou emlJoston Transcript YeastDo you believe there It luck a thing as honor among thieves IVIniwmbenk = There must be I wciii to a charity fair last week and I gUI rut with my umbrella Yonkcrs Statesman Hyson Have you seen one of th new five dollur silver certificates yet V Faraway No hyena I have not I have pretty good eyesight but I flat co quite ns fur as tintYonkers Statesman A Sixteen to One lowl1ls this n sixteen lo one town asked the drum mer It lilt on Siipnday answeroil the native1 On Sunday Yas Kiv veil goes tishtntoonegoiut0churchC- ineinnnti Kn uirer Not a Man of Resources Tom S How tlo you like wedded bliss Jack t- III1Iil right except till Sunday work lolllUnhIJr to church I sup pose1 JnekNu thinking uplX eiises fur not going Its n tcrribh 1111111111slrlllllltrolt Journal Johnnios Complaint Friend of the Family = Johnnie I suppose you are delighted with the new little broth er al your house JolllallIw nuthin lies secondhand The doe toe brought him and theirs no tellii how many fatuities has had him bo fore IDetroitI Free Pres- sSEtFSHOOTING GUN Urnpoii null Which thin Army mill Navy IN to lit Equipped The nny department at Washington hlis just ordered 30 of the most rcinari able gnns in tit world Each of them U able lo discharge 100 ritlo bullets minute and continues at flint rate until the marksman wnnls to stop More that that it fires itself only n Hiring to In aimed It is the Cult an loiiniiic gun This wonderful gun weights only If pounds ItI is a miigaxine ritle with one barrel the libber of which is the MIIUC ns that of Iho Improved rlllo irttlyI adopted by the navy a little less titan a uiiarter of an inch This means that the bullet which is of lend wllhII steel jacket is much less in dinmele than an ordinary lead pencil The bul let Iis about an inch long almost cylin dricalI in shape tapering somewhat and rounded at the front end The gun discharges seven of these project inch second and they leave the weapon with a velocity of nearly half a tulles second The rapidity of the discharge Isi vi tremendous Ithat there seems to be a continuous stream of bullets tlyinji from the mulc of the gun Sogrerit Iis their velocity however that there i actually an interval of 00 feet betweii each two Cartridges lire fed to Mi weapon nutomntlcnllv by feed bet which are roiled in boxes nod rcadih attachable to theI breech The boves hold from KM to Ml cartridges All tit marksman has to do Is to pull the trite ger once ami the gun goes on firing ol its own accord as long as the cartridge lire supplied IIn fact tit instrument is a repealing ritle with an inexhausti lilt mngnxino until a rapidity of tire then is Ill most inconceivable It uses the same bullels as the new navy rifle and l hey are discharged with She stunt ve locity lint the discharge Ii5 automatic Ithe firing mechanism being operated by powder gas The weapon may be carried comfort ably In a boot at the side of n trout ers horse Ordinarily on land it designed to be mounted foriictlon upon a light tripod It Is provided with a punt set into a socket on tin tripod or into a similar socket on the rail of n vessel Ill the ships of the navy will SOOT Se provided with then guns One of these weapons nt n district of n mile might mow down nn tntlre regi ment within two minutes so that hard 1 ly n mite would be left nnwounded The Cult gun IH sighted ordinarily fn 20110 yards which Is a little over ii mile hilt It IIs as effective rut twicethiilI prnetlenideI yardsThe marksman uses both hands Ir aiming the gun whether it is set on a tripod or on the rail of n vessel It re sponds so readily to adjustment that he is able to write ills name with bullets upon n goodsied large nnd to do it with considerable Ill plcll 1 If th weapon Is mounted upon a tripod I In seats himself on a saddk tint looks like a bicycle saddle attached to tlio leg of till tripod which projects tn ward the rear The saddle is so adjust ed that his eye Is brought directIv in 111IIIIitbacktoIcepII person directing n garden hose wool tloThe Jrolllgtnwin department has ordered n trial of thru hIrlinetlesfor5301be101w2 11 FallnadbcnotletslpSprlnit HoodsSarsaparillai The DestIn fact the Ono Truo Blood PurlCcr I Hoods Pills Liver t0takeDcntbDoallnc Onnf Qulckfirlnfj guns are more depended upon nt the present day than cxtrrnw length of range nnd in this respect what is considered the cott wonderful of guns perhaps is one of the Mnxims which can fire ns many cs COO shots a minute and yet is eo light that u sol dicr can carry itfitraiipcd to hisbaclc t Dont Tobacco Spit and Smoke Your Life Awn If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever bo nllu wellstronpinutnotlc full of now life and vigor take NoToDac tho voiulorworUor that makes weak men strong Many pain ten pounds hi ten days Over tcolKHi cured Tiny NnToBne froth your own tlniupistI who will piiiirantcoo euro Booklet and sample mailed free Ad Sterling ilemetly Co ChleaKoorNow York MY boy it is high thno n chock was placed on your performances Thank von fattier 1lcaso mulio it lajablo on I sight IVuco un Karth This Noncenioroeii joyed by the rhcumntlc wise enough tocoinilemel their propre lIQ malady with Iltistlturs HUnnafh Uittei1 No lesthiiiiiiy IIH stronijor tliiin that which indicates It ns tv source of relief in thlsc m jilaint It Iis also einmenilv eCfoetivc us a treatmcnl fur kidney trotilile dysiiepsiado liillty liver complaint and nll Cation Usu It wall persisteaec for Iho above Tiinprct tliruiihlo that Ol notucnbou thnhievi lcsiiid Mr Dolan mitt Ins llrs- tlesson1 + that ye kapu lalln off bcioro ea gilnu1Vaahingtnt titan 111 bavo tint been ttht limit Iisrrcal for Cnnsuintilion for jn years lizir FJUUUL Camp St Harrishurg Pa tiny I IM VKIIV few horses oat corned beef but tvo- RUtyatie standing the utbmdoyuitktbitl- u his mouUi astuarr4 stlmulato liver kidneys and bowels Novor bichon weaken ur grape Anviti IU seldom welcomo Tiioso who need It tuost utko il least Halls Catarrh Curo Is takon ialurnally 1rico inc Wincn goes I ho qulekesta full inlnnlcor a spare inoaienlf Jrsr try a 10 box of Cnsenrets the llucst liver aid Ouwll regulator evir niitli A Irs may Ill drlclII but the pencil docs bettor wliin it it lead Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the nature of tlio many physical ills which vanish before proper ef forts gentle otrorts pleasant ofiorts rightly directed There is comfort in tilt knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not duo tt any actual dis IIlJt1stlpatl11IontUtlon promptly remedy with millionsof families andfs everywhere esteemed toO highly by nil who value good health Its beneficial effects are duo to tho fact that it is thin ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating tho organs on which it nets It iis therefore nil important in order to got its bene ficial effects to note when you pur chase that yon have the genuine arti cle which is manufactured by the Cali fornia big Syrup Co only tint sold by all reputable druggists If in tho enjoyment of good health and the system is regular laxatives or other remedies are then not needed If allliutcd with any actual disease ono may bo commended to the most skillful physicians hit if in need of n laxative ono should nave the best sail with tho well infortned everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest iiiid is most largely used nnl gives most general satisfaction This button wllh a hn cent box tl CASCARETS the Idcol laxotiya and auaraQtccd consii potion cure lent FREE on receipt of five 2 cent tamps Address null ii MI uiN15t 1iNIi- TthrrI 11tnd1 e I rto AGENTS WANTED Pane C mpnlsn Chiitt il brltht color n x SI MISforHAVE YOU TRIEDI YUCATAN l T iio 1 TW I 1 INTRINSIC VALUE I QoldIland Silver Thefptriusie value of nnytulng Is produoLtbcthe o iIhtctuntingir Recording to the deuuutd an I- Ily The circulating value Is that Itt Vrblch an article will exchange A did eaglo will buy ten dollars or lOCO U worth of property anywhere iin ie territorial limits of the nntio- Bch n IKIMIU that piece nf gold as nil t Ienwl authorizes its circulation for kpdollars The same would w true of teD silver dollars or ten dollars i tpepcr in i inonoy provided always that utb were Issued by the supreme au Aority of the hind It ought to lie apparent then tint rtere is a vast difference between the Intrinsic value or cost of the art je itself and that for which it is mode jo do duty ns money The moment that w go outside of money nail deal cxclu rifely with commodities that moment vt have no trouble in understanding intrinsic value Commodities as a role arc placed upon the market at a flight advance over whit they netunl Ifcost in production If it costs ten i ante a yard to place cotton sheetin jupon the counter the merchant wool j naturally charge 12a cents for his profit cost of handling shrinkage in value etc Then again till next time that he bouirht cotton doth the actualI cost of production may have varied for j dozen reasons and the price wouldI necessarily be lowered Whereas money purchases in the Iollntl where It is issued its full face value rlthout reference to its actual cost of production or intrinsicI value Vlint thin do we mean by tic in trinsic value of gold V Simply what i actually costs the owner to produce iit when delivered at the mints for coinage Of course the cost of production of metals varies according to the loath dons and circumstances Gold takenI from the sands under the placer Iprnc us Is often produced for an almostt infinitesimal sum Yet when taken toI the mints for coinage or sold by weight 232 grains are equivalent to 100 cents or one dollar the established unit of measure When the miter tapes his gold out of the earth byv1int is called1 the free nailing process as n rule the cost of production increases and1 when lie conies to take it from theiiiart a reins in the solid rock the highest cos t of product ion Iis reached- In the Cariboo country 325 worth of gold when minted is obtained for an expenditure of 12 of labor dud nn lerial Thisi ilia Ils the i II trills ie value 37 cents on the dollar in production In the Cripple Creek country the larger production of gold has reduced its cost tn the mint to about 23 cents on the dollar and it was front this country that we took our illustration It often goldtearing produceyears This is a very moderate estimate but this would be at the rate ofI 10000 n year or 30 a day and allow ing the highest wages the actualI cost to the man who ultimately receives it would not exceed 17 cents on the dol hrAll that has beet said concerning the intrinsic valueI of gold or the cost of production is equally true of silver and other metals It so happens by n uniform custom among eight or ten goldUmoney IS Its face value in nil while silver 111Itoff been demonetized in all these coun tries is not regarded as money outs stileI of the nation which uses it blltI treated as a commodity quoting It Oil grnlnIAUnder these circumstances therefore sliver will only bring its com modity price which Is largely deter t twined by the cost of production and the demand therefor while gold is main twined nt its fucu value without 11IF rtl to its increased production and intrlnsicTOO SMALL A BASEII W Neotl K JroHtir Ouuntlty of Irhnury t It is a puzzle llonuyle I atwith tit increase of silver money Mined since 1S73 and why having nit I menhaslet t I wrongednnd that we have not vow flnuine bimetallism It Is necessary to reach correct views On this particular branch ot the sliver I Wstlon that the investigator in Wrch of the truth should study the dis t Unction between primary money and I condary money Prior to 1S73 the sliver dollar was n BDt of value in the United States the j nbsofetegovernsbent topen silverdohlar I Ule gold dollar This was due to the fact that the European ratio was c 1518hJn 1873 by time infamous demonctlz t hug law sneaked through congress as In1Ondon u t i cclusle standard and that year r- L the next took from silver its legal t Ctlon and closed the mints against COinage ThIs wu likewise done 4 by othEuropeancr dGreatone b Atthecommencmeatin 1873 theWere Enrolon1 inlandnearlyI 300000000 in Europe there and Amer wce lea on time standnrd1t3000000OODotgoldof silver In tifunction P amoneythbasise Pricesinestablisherfor 1 the volI tune ofrent ultlmatei worldptimttiles value of the worldThe demonetizing net of our emigresIn 1873 followed by the nctlon of Get n lhtssiDclgium e effect of cutting the 0000000000I which nt thnt time was the worlds vol1 nine of moor In hotels and throwing onehalf away Silver was discarded n n measure of values null the duty thrown on gold As n result prices Ih world over have I pccentgllllhns orjan or payable in hold have increased It values amid it Is the anI81IIll9 ot property that has increased The fUll 1that much silver has been coined andI put In circulation does not count be cause its original function as a measure of values has been taken nwny SilvctI utis mllI c longer a unit of values aiid like tin greenback has to lotto upon gold as re- demptIon money Pittsburgh Post ISSUEDtHow the Treumiry was ISolilicil of Itl- liiilil KcKiTVr What canted the recent bOlltllulIlfi under PresidtMit Cleveland Sonic m that till tnrllY was iiiHUlllcienl to heat the running expenses of till govern mesa and that money had to be Lois rowed to iniiliis up the deficit This U a mistaken IdeaI The 11SHMI000 that the goxernineiit was really short during til- tito years business 1MOI1 was not till payable in gold Yon can 1Ig1I1lUOttKI ODD however to he paid in gold for that would be the amount of interest fortwu years on the beetle then outstanding ThisI wliuld make 10000000 of gold pay able In 1MM and 10000000 payable ill 1SD5 and statistics show that there was ciiongh gold In time treasury to have paid this without touching the SKWOOOOOO lawful gold reserve Yon know we never have to issue bonds until we lower this reserve So that the idea of the tarill being the cause was a mistake Then what did cause the recent Ixnid issues aggregating 02300000 This grout question is solved in the United States hotduring the fiscal years 1S010 treasury notes and United Status notes amount ing in nil to about 110000000 were pre seated nt time United States treasury coati payment in gold demanded nnd that theywere so redeemed This it was that robbed the treasury of its gold reserve causing the humid Issues and nut the depletion by the new tariff laws If the silver party laid been in power it would have taken advantage of its rights under the contract and redeemed those notes with standard silver dollars north 100 cents Inch or else those notes would have gone unredeemed This act would lucre lessened our present his 1 debtedness 02300000 and saved an annual interest on the saute of 13000 000 laud this amount of Interest been I expended on public works it would have made times better and in the channels of trade in the course of a year it would have paid olT easily 500000000 of inili vidua indebtedness This 13000000 is nearly onethird the amount put In circulation annually under the Sherman law of 1SJOI K Evans In Chicago Itccord FROM THE SILVER COUNTRY New York 1oojilo Who Want to Fee llDiiu UlrctPil The Lender is in receipt of a com munication from a furnace lUnghnm In New JJcen l ton resident now living tur Ala who tends for n renewal of his subscription and says that he is one of the small colony of New York staid people who are glad to see that till 1 Leader hums taken tho right stand on the important political question of time tiny and to whom It is n welcome doily visitor They nil hope to hear that New York has voted on the right tilde of the Issue It seems to he generally believed In that New York the strong slier stoles is solid for the single gold standard but If time signs are to be depended on our silver friends will be agreeably sues 1 nrlsed at the returns from the Empire stole When the agents of the money I assert tint there are largo secpower Ions of the state that nerd educa ylionI hardly holding its own In view was the fact that It Is n republican pulley tol- aim everything magnify every rP advantage and to torturpotent unfavorable symptom into one of every tnvornhle significance It Is only fair tint the admission of weak assumeto actual sitthefrom showingness la far ation The Lender has strong hopesC will sendstatethat the Empire York colony In cotr A1a ew reportt of how she he most gratifying voted on election day Binghamton N Y Leader a NGLAND ANO SILVER CyAn Experienced London Financier Sam reUpthe Sltumtlou thatnqumiiou In the Uccord says P CIJprk with of London nnd it has occurred tome that It might be of some interns whohnsLoinbard It appears that you Americans were awakened to find that silver had been ind youhaveInquiry to ascertain how It was duos and what consequences result from the said demonetization That Sliver stricken down for n purpose there liSI no question Had there been no pees pose for so dung there would have been no opixndtion to time restoration of the tree coinage laws us they existed previ 1ors to 1873 There were several reasons for limes prohibition of the free coinngo of ells ver thereby fhlfting the debts of thee country from the double standard to the single gold standard and one at- c the chief of these was to enable the exchange dealers to have a titjndy md profitable exchange on the silver stand urd countries with a falling market Another purpose was to cheapen the securities of the sliver countries as measured by gold this class of sceml lies alone having as a consequence of time fall of the gold price of silver ties preciated over Jt 200000000- To create competition In the price of rot ton hides Land other products MIIH nmhllng this and other 1 European COLIC flee to get cheap foodstuIVs and raw material WitS nlno another principnl purpouc for bringing about the fnlI in fIlif price of silver as measured by gad The method hwhich thu price of rmv materials were cheapened ayes to get quotations from India on wheat ail cotton and thereby reguultt lug time price of the American product In Liver pool The dealers would also get quota lions for tildes and wool from South America and thereby regulate the price of these commodities in this market for American and Australian hides mud woolIn order to arrive nt a proper understanding of this matter It Is nrceSMiry to know that the silver prime of cotton anti wheat In India as measured by the rupee IIs practically the same as In l73 Silver being the standard in India has therefore not depreciated III that reentry The saute principle holds good In South America as wool and tildes were purchased on thn sliver basis In 1S71 and before the full In silver time gold sovereign could only purchase In exchange ten silver rupees Come quently the gold sovereign meld iot purchase any more wheat nlldIlt ton In India than could be purchased for ten silver rupees Therefore just- in proportion lilt more surer could be tucked Into n gold sovereign no much more Indian wheat neat cotton could be purchased with the sovereign In 1S7J and for some time after n gold sovereign could purchase ouy about four bushelsl of Indian wheat ties livered at Liverpool but for ninny ears owing to the chcnpnovh of ells er the Liverpool wheat buyer has been able to exchange his gold for cheap silver anti is so enabled to obtain seven bushels of wheat delivered in Liveriool for his gold sovereign The result of this fall In time price of sliver was nt once to cause n corresponding fall in time agricultural products the land of Great liritaln Australia anada and the United States It also roused a fall in the price of inch other kinds of real estate as ore situated In- the agricultural districts of those loans trim the loss entailed being variously 1 estimated at from c300000000 to 600 000000 Uilt dgcd securities have not of thoughthereliquidation with the lesser grades of gold securities If sliver should be restored to It former position it would then be nt pnr with gold anti the Importer of grnin would not then be able to buy silts r ehenp with which to exchange for thc products of the silver standard commits tries which would result in raising time price of the leading agricultural prod nets to the normal price The Ilritltdi nut European mnrkets having to pay more those who produce would of course get more The United States has been the chief sinner It has done the real Injury to silver so you must reinonetbi It before cooperallonIIII not going to pull your chestnuts nut IIJOWIupon Kngland until you have first rev stored the law to the status ante 1873 and come here with clean hands and n substantial ease Kngland will toll no responsibility whatever in leading tho wav either jointly or otherwise HO If anything Is to be done for time restoration of silver to the position it ought to occupy the nmcllorntion of prices and the Miving of the debtor It Is for the United Stales alone to lend The rest will soon foluw WISCONSIN BOLTOCRATS tit Incident Which NlioT Ut till Strtliutll of I IIP OolillniK Here Is a ulgnlllcnnt utrnw from Wis consin which well Illustrates tilt wtnlI liens of the gold hug democrat Wis consin has thu reputation of being the state where there Is the largest number of goldbug democrats It Is the holUl of that venerable irivconcllablc JellI Ilrngg It hind an antlsllvcr delegation f l in the Chlcigo convention and it WIII expected to keep up the UErhtIThe election low of Wisconsin like that of Louisiana requires 1000 llgllnII tlures to enable time goldbug democratic j ticket to bu put on the olllcial hllllntlThe golilbugs have been working 011tlist for weeks limit hire been unable tnII get the 1000 signaturesI They could not get over 000 and were In despair I std finally turned the list over to Chair Il man Usher of the republican state conII teal cOllllllltteeIWhat he exclaimed no says that stalwart goldbug paper the Chicago Record ore them all the names your can gel lie wan Informed tint it wntg very hard work to get democrats to sign that the state hfd been canvassed and f It suemcd Impossible to gut more slgna j t urcIIII Every republican can sign that re I plied limo chalrmun Hustle lad get ensue republican signatures They will do IIH well It Is probnble that the Wisconsin gold bugs will get enough signatures place their ticket on the olllcial ballot but It will only be with republican assistance I It shows thnt the goldbug democrats do peed mainly on the republicans for strength that they are merely u repub I llcun side show and a very weak one nt that when utter weeks of work in the great sound money state of Wlscon sin us they like to call It they can get only 000 signatures to their petition for representation at time election N O TimesDemocrat I A Halo 1ructlcal HoluUoncUnder the gold standard there can be no relief Times already bad mustcon Untie to grow worse Every bu lneutJ feels the necessity for more money and the free coinage of silver otters a rate and practical solution to the pretalng evil of the tlmcaPblladrlphia 1tkw Y t s a r MISLEADING STATEMENTS Two Goldlte CtttatHMgB Atrraddtess Ss l lilt Tttvlr iroper Light t 1wtI1t4saidI A frees c J one or any other ratio will not repeal the great law i of supply nnd demand Certainly itmwill not Nobody expueta it will and ti it Iis not much of n compliment to the intelligence of the goldlto candidate if k s he believes that anyone does think so Ulmetullists propose to use the great A economic Inw of supply nod demand to benefit the mimes of the people It IU In accordance with the workings of this wt great law that the purchasing power of money anti securities Is now great lull that property labor and products lire cheap Time discarding of silver an standard money nnd the use of gold y alone has diminished the supply of standard money and consequently in creased Its price lllmetalllsts propose by fixing the unit of value III both metals that Is making bout standard money to Increase the quantity and thus by Increasing the supply diminish the price fly KO doing they propose to diminish time value of money and thus increase the price of labor products and property McKlnley further said It Is a grave error to suppose you can ens liunce values by diminishing the value of money That statementt Is very dos u ceptive tumid like most of McKlnleys pIn t It tlla straddles the Issue It IN ttrue that increasing time quantityt of Ntnndard money will not enhance limo iatrim isle value of labor products null property but it will enhance their trice On this question therelsnodllTer nce ofopinion between writers on polit lentI economy In fact the goldlto writers themselves admit this Thoy claim tint to restore the blmvtallla itandard will reduce time purchasing power of money onehalf which means that the purchasing price nf 1 u bo r prod acts and property will double In price This in an extreme view ItliiKtalllstH claim tint the restoration of the his metallic standard will cheapen gold amid Increase till relative value of silver to Ihu extent and to the extent only that gold in cheapened mud silver is Increased In purchasing power will prices bo In rreimed This Is a reasonable propo l tion based on the law of supply and tie mand tthat thin restoration of the 111 tnctalllu standard will diminish tho price of gold and increase the price of silver consequent both will bo nlTected It IIs not an error however to suppose that the values of representa the property such as bonds mortgages etc are Increased by diminishing thu quantity of Ntnndard money Unllku real property these things possess value according to their purchasing power or the measure of the quantity of products ir property for which they can bo ox changed When the purchasing power of standard money Is enhanced as III Ins variably the case whfti Its quantity In increased the value of securities Is in creased In Ilko proportion because they are exchangeable for more property Consequently tho price of property 1 is corrcHpondlngly diminished This grunt truth cannot Iw set aside by tiny so phistical statements such an that made by the major which only convey half truth Again the major says If n dollar worth less than 100 cents IH n legal tender the worhlngman will never get any other kind That IN another souse less statement Intended for no other purpose than to deceive A full legal tender dollar under a stable government cannot be worth lens than 100 no matter of what material it may be mode During the war that issue of greenbacks which was made full legal tender was always worth 100 cents measured by silver and gold which were then limo standard Whon the government discredited Its own money however by refusing to receive greens backs for customs dues and Interest on the public debt It became worth leas than 100 cents on the dollar measured by the standard Let the reader bear In mind that when the bimetallic standard is restored the sliver dollar cannot bo worth less thrum 100 cents because It In the standard by which lento era mans crud It is a fact now under time present condition that the worklngmnn seen nothing hut silver atilt Its representa lives The banker IIIIM hidden away time old and greenbacks because thu fronts er Is full legal tender and the latter fIn full legal tender for all private tines Hltnctnllists propose to make one dollar just as good ax another dollar In law by making all full legal tender in Inw und giving one the same privileges that the other has then the worklngmana dollar will be just an good as the bank ers dollar and gold will again go iota circulation This Is a campaign in which people think nnd such mislead ing statements as those made by the major and by numerous campaign orators over the country will hero but little weight Western Hural Time Mold Htronin The nrchilnanciers are Industriously feeding tint llttlcocennlc gold stream whose current Is flowing In thls dlrco tlon from Europe just now but If Me Klnley Iis elected president how quick ly the current will be turned in the direction And a sale of bonds pre cipitated The money power IIs full of expedients and the people will 1vt If they dont watch outBing- beaten Lender Time globular ofthe eertkswas known to the IOjrapuNlof4lu jmdjrla in the third Mttturjr B Q rN l c T xr 1 L Iwi T F KV oooooooooooooooog LATE STATE NEWS j ooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8c Tollgato raiders arc destroying all the gates in Franklin countyt Irish potatoes are being delivered int Paris at 25 cents a busheltTho local option contest in Grant s county bits been taken to tho court of appeals Bcnttyvillo will have n graded school the proposition having carried by u vote of 69 to 2G- Policemen arc no scarce in Louisville that school boys take n hand in nrrosting I drunken men- Diphtheria in raging to such nn extent in Rtifisellvlllo thnt the public schools have been closcdCJohn Henry Stnmperof Owen county had two teeth kicked out by n homo last I week No other injuries Tho case of Alon o Walling to bo nr I Rued before tho court of appeals has been sot for November 7 Asbury Pollitt n Mason county farmer sold tho family horse to Rmlfiilvcy for I ono aida half dozen rabbits A Bath county Ulan caught twelve opossums in one night recently nnd it was not n good time for po sum either r Driver John F Payne of Lexington has attached John F SncllHcntiro string of horses at Redford Mass alleging a breach of contrast Ono of tho tenants on Mrs Mnttio Daniels farm in Shelby county killed a gray agio which measured seven feet ton inches from tip to tip Measles iis playing havoc with theI children in Webster county Typhoid fever is also prevalent and the doctors expect pneumonia to follow Mnlnuin Glass and Miss Eliza Ion of Lancaster surprised their friends and relatives last week by announcing that they had been married for n year A son of llufo Keelin of Graves coun ty was baldly cut with an ax Ho struck backabilleting a wound on his forehead that came near causing his death Tho remains of n noted mountain des perado were found in n shallow grave near Ilydeu tho other day lhero was n bullet hole in tho skull which showed1I that ho had been murdered Revenue officers mule n raid into Jackson county Inst week and destroyer1I n large still together with 100 gallons ofr beer Tho still was hot when discovered showing tho shiners had not been away long Fiching in tho Cumberland river win never better thou now A party of five from Somerset went on n trip one day last week milt brought back with them sixty bass and four salmon So says tho ParagonRev I David Osborne n physician am Baptist minister shot and dangerously wounded Too Cyrus nn ex deputy sheriff of Lawrence county An old grudge renewed by n political discussion was the cause A threeyearold son of Mrs McCarthy of Ixmlsvillc reached out of n secondi story window to pluck n bright morning tingloryground Ho escaped injury nut oven receiving scratch An abundant 1111111of oil reports say was hit by A M Williams on Sinking creek in YVnyno county It is salI tho oil overflowed mill colored the creel A fino black for many rods down tho stream below tho well A saloon keeper at Lexington cut o the heads of three large turtlesnnd throwi them into tho back yard In the after noon a stray dog came nosing around and ono of tho wade snapped tho dogs leg with such forco ns to break it j While returning homo alone from n a social gathering MUs Mary Fleming of Covington felt n moans arms slipping mound her Turning quickly with n well directed blow she felled tho hugger to tho ground and gave him n severe drubbingJ Bailey n Lincoln county farmer took A nubbin ns ho called it to tho Stanford Journal which had 30 rows and 1290 grains of corn on it and said ho was afraid to bring a full grown car h as it might scnro tho pcoplo with its massiveness The case of the city council of Frankfort against the MaaonFonrd company involving 16000 taxes sued on for tho years 1886 1887 and 1888 was reversed in tho court of appeals Judge Paints Y I who banded down the opinion of tho holds that time taxes must bo paidII I At Harrodsburg James Wesley Burg been found guilty of murder and I I J penalty fixed at confinement in thoJ penitentiary for life Three months ago Bugg shot his wifes campanion J William Board at a country church Tho youngest convict ever sent to tho Kentucky penitentiary arrived nt Frankfort lust week from Nicholas countI Ho Is barely 11 years old wore knee pnnts nnd was sent up for one year forI cutting another boy of his own age Ho is n negro I A bomb exploded in the back of nII saloon nt Princctuwn and Gus Don win was standing in tho doorway of an adja Kenos wns knocked fifteen feet into tho back yard milt hAd his right leg frac tured Some darkies standing nt a fire in tho ynrd escaped uninjured Will Bcttlccashier tho United States building nnd lone association of Louis II ville Is accused of being a defaulter for 8000 It inI charged thnt ho used two sets of bunk books to cower up his peen lotions which have been going on for several years Ho has not been arrested William Shepherd n member of tho mountain juyhnwkers attempted sill cide nt Hyden by shooting himself in tho head Two of his companions have been sentenced to four years in the In liana prison south for conspiracy in the attempted murder of Deputy United Stntcs Mnnhr1 Willinm Byrd A young Indy of Bourbon county had three admirers A license hail been He cured and tho minister engaged to perform the ceremony for ono When tho second went to tho same minister to engage him to marry the same lady he was informed of tho first engagement A third stepped in however and secured tho prize m oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8NEWS NUGGETS 8- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO A preacher committed suicide at Bart ford Conn III health nnd despondency tho cause During the past week heavy soon storms hnvo prevailed in the region uf the great lakes In n pitched battle between detectives 1and freight car thieves at Cleveland 0p one of tho latter was killed An American syndicate loss been form rnilwllYrsystem The old farm wagon which Gen Grant wned nnd used when ho farmed near St Louis was destroyed by fire one day last week A female saloon keeper in New York shot and fatally wounded rounder who raised n disturbance because she would not give him a drink IlIonry Tibbc inventor said manufac later of the celebrated Missouri meer schaum corncob pipe died nt his home in Washington Mo last week aged 7 yearsJames linger and Melbourne Churched wero jailed at Welch W Vii charged with the murder of James Itch who wns shot from ambush A lynching is anti pitted L S Johnson of Indianapolis owns n cat which IIIIH n litter of kittens four of which are hound together a la Siamese twins Allof them are healthy as vigorous Miss Edith Shepard n grand daughter of the late William K Vnmlcrbilt was recently married in New York to Ernest flQ Fnbbey Tim brides gift from her mother wns 1000000 in cash H G Marsh forenoon of the summit section of tho Pikes Penk railroad was killed while coasting down the incline on n railroad toboggan ho hnd constructed for rapid descent from tho prank The filibuster steamer Dauntless anti tug 11 It Mabroy were run down by tho American cruiser Raleigh and captured Tho tug was loaded down with nuns ant nmunition ready to be transferred to the steamer At Wapnkonota Ohio Mr Brynn was assaulted by n drunken man who struck him on the head anti shoulder ith his fist Tho police succeeded in rescuing the fellow from tho crowd who would have mobbed him A soldier at Mi Vernon N Y mndo himself so obnoxious to tho young ladle of that place by flirting that two of them caught him gave him a severe pummel rag and then banged his head against stone wall until he begged fr merclI 0 L1r I ScrofulaMakes life misery to thousands of people It manifests itself in mnnyJJ different ways like goitre swellings running sores boils snit rheum and pimples and other eruptions Scarcely u man is wholly free from it in some form It clings tenaciously until the last vestige of scrofulous poison Is I eradicated by Hoods Sursupurillu tho I One Truo Blood Puriflorll Thousands of voluntary testimonials tell of suffering irons scrofula often inherited nUll most tenacious positive lly perfectly and permanently cured by HoodsSarsaparilla Prepared only by C I Hood tCo Lowell rio sure to get HOOKS nnd only HOODSIMII nUrrdlnnrrHood An unnatural father at Lancaster 1u held his babys feet over n hot stove until time skin was burned from them limo child died suddenly nud nnexnmi nation showed its entire body to ho coy eyed with scars and bruises The brute was jailed At Springfield 0 Rev E W Simon pastor of the Lutheran church attempt ed to pull out n drawer of A bookcase when use of the legs broke and the cast toppled over o n his three year old laugh tcr instantly killing her Mr Simon escaped with slight injuries I A lArgo winery in California took firei and was in danger of being entirely destroyed tho water supply being scarce Pumps were placed in largo vats of new wino and the wino thrown on the thane with such elect that 100000 gallons of old wine stored in the cellar were sawed Infuriated negroes besieged J M Cri gler manager of n lumber mill at linger Flu in his oflice but with n Winchester ho held them at hay killing two nnd fa tally wounding four until rescued by n crew from an Lt N freight train The negroes had tired over JOO shots into I houseA theII mail robber was arrested atI IIppearled1 clerks uniform picked up n mail pouch nnd walked oil with it Detectives shad owed and followed him to tars inlet when- ho was arrested He had cut tho sack open and secured scycrnl small sums o money John It Norris of Tnunton Mass got on board n hall river steamer with n satchel containing 120000 Two wellI dressed strangers who were good talkers 1made his acquaintance Arriving in New York the three took n 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