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Digital page images are linked to the text file. siL3TiT IL i A 0 t It HIT IT SQUARELY nt Argument Made by Ollrlrn J At klniou of fort Huron MichN J The following correspondence first ppearcd1 In a recent Issue of the Tort uron Mich News The first extract j from a business letter written by a ld wan from Toledo to OBrien J Atkinson The writer Edgar II Bren t tan lina since changed his mind and IB poly for silver FROM MIt nnENNANS LETTER 1 Indeed In my humble Judgment I amt radically In opposition to your views be lieving not only in money socalled hut in an out and out single standard I have reid and still continuo to rend and listen i to both sides but under It all I have yet to know of a single Instance In our his tory when under free coinage of both sold and silver both metals continued to clrcu Tl Jibe together after a difference doveloprd if pf even ono per cent In tho value of metal r contained In coins of equal denominations I and In tho light of this past experience I V lee no hope of bimetallism In tho future S Further believing thus I cannot sco why Elumler freo anti unlimited coinage of sll 3v r at Its present or even much greater bullion value we would not he brought Hfto silver monometallism tho result of 7 which nt sixteen to one would ho noth 7 Ing more nor less than a most terribly dls torted coniiitlon of Inflation a condition which I do not think this country needs nor should bo compelled to endure MK ATKINSONS UCTTKK Pert Huron Mich Sept 8 IS00lr Elli Far Urennan Toledo 0fly Dear Sir 1 believe every word you say In your lot ter of tho 7th Inst comes from the heart ata frleiiil Ihose head Is all wrong on the results of free silver There urn many ways of studying this question and most of them arc mislead ing I will suggest n course for you 1 Give mo the definition of tho word Jellar prior to Ib73 and what were Its equivalents In COlliIII other words how much metal of gold or sliver would satisfy the ilennltlon 2 Give mo tho definition of tho word dollar sinco 1S73 and after you have written out the two definitions hang them up on your wall In a good light where you can sn how uno of them has been shriveled and squeezed so that Its meaning hi entire ly clanged Now consider that tho bonds of this coun try are all payable in dollars of the former definition That these bonds were orlgiiuKjr purchased with a depreciated paper currency for about lay In gold for each II hold That the bonds were not due In liIJ when tho refunding act took place and thcro was no occasion for that lefitnhrK act except to servo tIll money mntts of this continent bonds were is surd fjuin the year lid to IMlllIId were not due until UAJ and ISJO being 51M s und i uuTell yourself and If poMliIc tell that brlfciit buy with whom you am blessed j i why it Is that the government canceled obllstins which were payable In lawful monty und which cost the holders only 3i tents on the dollar and which had 10 or 12 years yet to run before t tat urlty and why It tool up thoso obligations und issued new sues payable In cola thus losing the option which was so Important peopleI just figure how much that ehango cost and tell me 1f you would do It as a businessI mUll and I suit retain your own solfrespect Let us remember then that those who purchased the bonds after thu resumption act of viU although such bonds were payable In coin purchased them with paper which was not worth coin and probably tie worth Ml per coat of tho coin and let us remember that all those bonds have printed on their facu stipulation This hand Is payable in cults of the standard Jul 1- 4luho 4tIii uown your dictionary or any court report specially Judge Cooley In tho Thir teenth Michigan 42U where you will rind that the word cola always meant gold and siixer You will also find nil the au thorities collected by your own great Son titer Mullhuws In his speech In congress January S 1S7S And after you have do huratcil on this Idea tell yourself what 3uste there Is in changing tho definition 10 that tho word ruin shall only mean gold especially when It is so costly to the merit UII people Have you read Townos speech and studied the tables there given Have you read the Stanley Matthews resolution Jan nary 2s Ibis declaring that silver sixteen to one Is nn honest money with which to pay our bonds lluvu you read tho resolution of tho Ohio houso of representatives quoted by him lo the same effect It Is only one of thu Various resolutions passed by different leg islative bodies all over tho country nnd I hope you have noted tho fact that McKinley voted for tho Matthews rcsfutlon de crnllng that to bo honest whilst ho now says Is dishonest Have you recalled the fact that tho coinage of sixteen to ono was contained In an act signed by Ucorgo Washington nnd that It never was questioned until 1S73 and that values did not depart during all the cost tunes fronts the discovery of America to the latter cur7 1 hope you have rellected on all these things becnuso you aro pretty broad between tho eyes quid unless you have considered those features of the situa tion you may bo doing yourself nn Injustice Now my friend Hrennnn 1 feel that I would 10 dead sure of your vote on per sonal grounds If you were In this district but 1 want you to vote nnd work tor the silver standard In Toledo You are ono of tho kernels of corn that Is being ground out by the mill stone of tho gold standard No man In America Is a better living victim of thnt standard than your energetic and in teresting soil It has eaten like a cancer Into your substance and if It did tot exist you could build a dozen Lexington rail roads without asking tho aid of any stupid Committee or of any syndicate ot sharp nosed cashiers 1 will send you Colas Financial School which 1 presume you lams read but I want you to read It again and as the gold standard paraylzus nil Industry I have no doubt you will have plenty of time to read It Hut 1 want your voice to bo whom your heart Is on the side of America an against England and tho English system of finance which Is nourishment for England but poison for America Would you believe time director of the mint If his figures demonstrate the fact that America sells to Europe about 1122 000000 of silver every year at CO cents nn ounce for which tho European govern ments receive JlIO and J12D an ounce by coining It and that this Is a loss to our miners Is n loss to our people and a loss to OUr balance of trade have you reflected that In ISOu congress refused to take out the word coin from our bonds and refused to abandon the right to pay in sliver even In the taco of an offer by tho Morgan syndicate to pay mud 3coo more for that issue of bonds at three per cent In gold than they would for the same Issue at four per cent payable In coin and have you reflected that not f rlthstandlng that refusal that ono party i lla now trying to make the bonds read Just sa It they were payable In gold tad that they are calling us dishonest for contend la tc the cuitranft You must remember that there Is not apublic man who has been In pUblic life20 years excePt possibly John ShermanAnd Senator Morrill who has not advocated the free coInage ot sliver nt sixteento one In Porno form nrgruhrrtlndnetlZlnar UIIe1 do not wh lingfoursreapeetfullyO1111IEN J ATKINSON TURKEYS GOLD BONDS The Kngllnh fortherll1tlIlaAmerlcllusub massacre nt the Christians In JlIrkc j I uiiujrible slaughter to go on unchecked the hutportallt guycrttmetst get the interest on their 530000000 of 1 urklsh gold hands than she should furyofIn corroboration of this view we NewYorlrStocksolderTt mmTItrlUlIrllrlmnrltLondontnexturiuldebt ofib93whichAStho0I1t1ol1After detailing tho dept our contem theIlnnnclersInlulatsteringI of Turkey have not only done no to an rnormous enrofulas protection Is possible In dealing with such ublnlllIII mauls and figures we have given II IlK afford a very obvious clew to the iohItlesl situa iwworsadealingIYunee Germany Austria and Italy nmongHt thu great powers IIHVO all Im portant financial Inlorrsts at stake while Russia has a fret hand in titan respect uiul can therefore HfTord 10 Stilts the uletatonui part she Is playing in this matter 6ho in u burrower nut u lunUur It will lie titen trum tilt above state meat that 1 IInglish inillionnircs own the hulk of the Tiirkihli gold bowls und lure responsible for the mnsncrc of tin Christians through their control of the h ISngllsh governiueiit and their prevent bug just punishment of the murderous sultanIf gold stiinilnnl isi eontintivd in Alilt rica our piople can exporth the same inhuman treatment MS tilt Chris tians are receiving in Iurke will then be nothing less than llnnneiaJ slaves to Great llrilain Philadelphia Item TAKES THE PEOPLE FOR FOOLS Secretary CiirlUlc Childish Autuer to u hlinplo Oiiihlliui Secretary Carlisle is out in another letter This time it is in answer toI- L question he says was asked him Why does a silver dollar remain on a par with a gold dollar when it is not exchangeable into a gold dollar The secretary makes a lengthy reply which stay ho summed up in the words heating about the bush The only direct answer he gives is The public has been satisfied that so long as our present monetary system is preserved the government will do whatever its moral obligations and express declara tions require it to do mill very largely in consequence of this confidence in the good faith of the executive authorities the silver coins have not depreciated in valueThat is a childish nnswcr nnd betrays either grave Ignorance incapacity or downright Iintent to deceive To say that it is largely due to the public confidence in the executive otHcRiH that is Cleveland Carlisle C Co Js nn insult to the good sense of the gen eral public because that confidence is so decidedly wanting that the ques thou is often enough mooted thins both these officers deserve impeachment for direct infringement of the law on this very issue The only reason why silver is on a par with gold is that it Is n legal tender Hut Mr Carlisle evidently docs not think it altogether accords with the goldbug policy to say that for that would be nn admission that tint makes moneyso he attributes it nil to confi dence in Secretary Carlisle Evident- lyI he takes the public for fools as do utmost of the other goidbugsllula delphia Item Coiirrriilng FurryIgoOpinion Sonic goidites mire now proclaiming that the United States should not listen to what Uismarck says because It should not take Its views upon public questions from foreigners Jilt these name goidites have Iborrowed their ell tire financial system from England mill there Is nothing which pleases them more than the knowledge tint their views are ill accord with those of the bankers und brokers of London They have not only followed England In their financial theory but they have compelled the govcnrment to do like wise Wall street and Lombard street arc hood In glove with each other In nd vocatlng the gold standard It is be enlist their Interesto are the same and tvltn tivi l tftneither cares anything the interests of the pcoicDeuvcr lie publican 1lentorratSFrlrand l r Bet rcrn Gold The rainier and Uuckncr ticket seems to have almost enough supporters to form a baseball nine with one or two sub In the outtleldIhlladclphla tem iff llucli HcinryIn CiIN e Too silver makes too Of course If free hardworking me much money Mie chanic will positively refuse to accept it Philadelphia Item t i g OVERPRODUCTION Fmlliwy of This KxpUnntlmt or the free rut thud Times The claims of the gold advocates are quibltiles trinsically unsound and many of theta grossly inconsistent with each other lor example take their contention that the great fall of prices since 1S73 ovcrprodnetlon1Vhat first place there Is uo evidence to sup vnyI thority that the increase of production was relatively mueh greater from 1S10 to 1870 than it has been sluice In fact more than twice ns great Sauerbeck periodthewhile from 1S70 to 18S7 it wits only I JU per cent Since then It lias undoubted Jly been still smaller because of the general depression that lists prevailed n large portion of the time Hotweeu 1S6P and 1S70 prices rose about 20 per cent III the face of an enormously In creased production Hotweeu 1570 mill 1SS7 with a mueh smaller increase of production prices fell nearly 30 per cent and they have been going down ever since with Idle mills nod mines confronting us on ovory hind Hut further The dlstimrulshliijT fea ture of the industrialI situation has been general nisi widrspnad distrust itnionjr the toller and producers Think for n plungedIiithose things that are nociKMiry for the support tad comfort of maiiKind 111111I which constitutes the worlds real Mnutinl wen ItIi Smli n claim rests upon no foundation of reason If over production is till eausof ourdlstroMod condition then clearly the remedy is to cheek production If production think wrangling as ever with top can chocked without throwing snore people out of employment and inv reusing the aggregate of tsiilTerlng FOUR philosopher should rise up in Ills wisdom and how Strangely enough in view of this contention laxly seriously urges the limiting of production ns n On the contrary the republican lenders strenuously claiming that we must have more tarilT thus setting our mills fuse tortes hind mines operation sisal Inv creasing production nil along the line A greater Inconsistency could scarcely Imagined overproduction is the trouble then clearly more tarilT is not the This view Is rendered cots by the fact Unit the grout frill of prices extended into tall gold countries Hence a merely local application of higher tariff will not reach the sent of the disease- If it be said that free silver colmgcI by the United States is merely n local recited I answer that silver Is world wide use as n money metal Whatever ifTects its status the United Stnten affects it everywhere The United States all ihe of industrial mid economic strength more Ithan onefourth of the gold standard world When we restore the full monetary function of the metal It will affect the uiluc of both gold and silver 1 Europe as well as here sad prices will move rev sponsivcly on both continents Nothing tins been produced execs of the ability of the people consume it but almost everything has been pro duced In excess of their ability to pay for This simple fuel should satisfy every thinking person that the real trouble is the money end of the hal nnce The money supply has tint kept pace with other things The worlds great financiers have taken good care that there should no overproduction of loom y thclr property Cor Chicago Ilccord Morn Money More Pronprrlt Free silver means more money timid more mousy means prosperity for ail Paste this your hat 1bllndclpkl I Item I rl mt1A+ THE PAST DECADE An Increase In Population and li Decreast In turrbnry Volume According to iho tixnsury statementl of Vein umnrv ISOO the amount tlr montY then circulation among 1115 was St necompnnyylag congress February Issn by Keprescn In lives Bland hymns and nnlmm We then hal something over 00000000 people On the first day of this month August ten years and a half Inter the secretary states officially that tha amount now in circulation Is 1514000 000 So we now unto less money by SOOOOOOO than we haul ten years ago sad we have present more than 70 COOOOl people Will anyone clahn that this is humane necessary rindI just In whose interest was this cruel thing done Iif not In the Interest of those who owns tho gold it tint enough damn forever nil who would1 justify It While our money was being contracted so000000 our population1 has Incmiwd 10000000 It is hnrd to comprehend what an crease of 10000000 in population sig nifies It Is nbnut three tithes ns mutiny people ns we liiul tho colonies the period of our revolution lnothcrlll1s Patton will enable the render to grasp this tMiormoils increase In population during tin drrndc specified The ten great clues which I here name have ap proximately till following population New fork JfitXlOOfl nrtwklyiiSuOMChicago lRCOO- MIlllHdnlphhi llCOilK- lPt I 1rnotilsX0Sate Q w 4yt0ptvkIVnwOrlnniifi SfOOM St Iuul nod Mlnnenpnlls 3WOW i1he render will see that the aggru Kate population of these 11 great cities In 7030000 In other word they full UWlmlh it Is painful to of our wo journey through life Let us be happy and content asidu mo on he any explain no remedy are in be If remedy elusive has standard in In In element is In In to It at be in in at IB to In in nt tie on more than 22iO0000 short of equaling our Increase of population during time lust tun years Now think for a mo ment of the vast sum of mosey neces sary to transact the dully business of u single one of these cities and then of till combined nail we will catch some adequate Idea of the cause of the pres ent universal collapse and business paralysis Can we tint nil see that this Increase of population hums increased the demand for money enormously and can we not nil see that this in creased demand IIH sure to augment from year to year And cars we not see thnt it Is this Increased demand which has caused money to advance in value Is nil hence in purchasing power It Is too valuable for use mind hence tildes away As It does so it takes on new strength and when It nalllcs forth It devours the world Think of III1 An increase in our population equal to the population of ten great cities of n mil lion souls each since 18SG accompanied by n contraction of our circulating medium Couldanythlnfr he more monstrous Theliumnn mind Is not capable of fully comprehending thin enormity of such n transaction These people sire bonu of our bone and flesh of our flesh and yet we have not pro vided one dollar for their relief This goIng Chuulnuquan HllvtT Will Do It The 35000000 people on the farms are elf salary that Is they mire getting no profits from their labor Whatever will put the operatives of tho food factories of the world tocnrnlug wages will make n demand for manufactured products that will start every factory Ill time country St Louis Journal Supporter of tho Hold Htanditrd The people can see for UICIUM vcs who the men ore that are Interested in the maintenance of the single gold stand mirth They art nil very close In one wny or another to the fountain of gold Dlnghamtou Leader J A LESSON FROM ENGLAND tfecnitenre of llritaln Under the acli1 Uotd I a 1 tEnglandgreatest nmnufucturlng country In the world and desires to maintain that 1iosltlun even at the sacrifice of her agricultural Industry the prefers to do vo even though all her farm lands were aban chummed for she contends that under the gold standard she can buy our turns products nt halt oyd fourth prices which la much better for her ptupletthan to products them The Stntlclan vnys that the dccadeuco of British agriculture Is admitted lattlcorroborated by incontcstiblu facts There have been tram 1874 to 1393 3170733 acres of form lands abandoned Sheep hove decreased over M000000 The acreage of wheat In 1S74 won 3030 300 acres and in 1SU2 only 2Siy8S9 or a loss in their leading crop of 1410411 r 1ueres The acreage of flux hi 1874 was 0301 acres and lIn ISOU hind dwindled 1to 1421 acres Thu acreage of other l crops In 1871 watt 0431400 acres but hi 1S02 was only 7808031 acres or less lby 4 ltiGIVJ acres The census of lEngland amid Wales shows time number of mull pet 4 sons thus employed In 1807 was 2010 451 and in 1871 tens 1152544 nod In 1881 1071041 told In 1801 SO278 show tug n decrease of 1030170 In 30 years or more than half in spite of the great t increase of population of over 8000000 u Knglaud hurts over 1000000 paupcn i or one In 50 and one of lieu imiiumlstuizi In to tin agony of grief exclaimed It Is an awful fnctIt IH reallynot short of awful that this country with till its wealth mull its resources all its power 40 per cent that Is to soy nearly ono ofI00 are or have been paupers What n picture of gold standard civil led grunt ness cupped by n national debt of 33S8i07S55l5I or 598 per capita ns con pared utilIt poor heathen Mexico whose debt lu only 113000075 or 0 per capita It in for the voters of tho United States to choose between llrltlsh de gunera ey inuru bonds less money and misery under tide gold standard on tin one baud or American progress http piness more money no bonds and free coinage on the utllIr1 W Goldsmith in Atlanta Constitution MONEY AND WAGES IriM iiliiugii of Silver Would Set Idle Cuplliil to Worlc A dollar that bnyu UOO remits worth of goods will also buy LOU cents worth of labor Cheapness Is only good fur the masses when it remiltH from nat ural causes Gnus modulus aru the prod met of labor mind whuti prices fall the uorkmtins labor bccomcx proportion ately less valuable A money system tons ehickH enterprise mind Industry by reducing prolltn is UN baldI for the em ploye an It Is for the employer Jllslug markets arc good for everybody en gaged in production Falling prices mean falling wages Trades unions are able to nrrcAt In some dcgreu also down ward tendency but the more prices loll the stronger the tendency which tho trades unions have to resist Dear money implies elicit goods and low wages and the gold standard gives us money which grows dearer cud 1 carer Honest money dollars based on both tho precious mitnlu and worth 10- 0eeutxiN not the sort of money that It would pay to hoard Hueli dollars In order to be profitable to their uisbessur would lute to bu put to work And the more money that capital In search of profit actively employs the greater the demand for labor It Is this de mend which fixes wages When two men seclc otie job wages fall when two jobs seek one man wages go up That is the law of supply and demand The free coinage of sliver would force capital to come out of the banks nUll safe deposits old usefully employ it self That would give us good times and good times sure what the wage earner the manufacturer rind the mer chant are aching for Nobody who profits by hard times Is the kind of person who benefits tho country Everybody who profits by hard times is for the gold standard N Y Journal FARM VALUES The Notable Depreciation of Property In the Umt The gold standard has had n most dis astrous effect on farm values in many western localities The margin between farm mortgages plus accrued interest and the spot cash selling value of the farms mortgaged IIs being rapidly wiped out 1 have reported to the statistician of the department of agriculture Wash ington C for several years In lust Decembers annual report I took tha itntcmcnts of business men one a lead ing harmer and shipper of stock to ISufTalo The limiter estimated tho do preciation of farms values in the country covered by its operations at 40 fur cent In the last five years Others estimated the depreciation nt GO per cent In the last live years None was lower 1 revxported these estimates to the depart e ment statistician Those reports are strictly nonpartisan und nre based on tho statements of competent men In each special vocation I could cite In ttnnccs of farms that have been turned aver by the mortgagors to the mor togccs in payment of the debt tliftt would not sell today for the ulortgwgdt plus Interest Ernest UoJIcnbeek INatJtChicago Ilccord =The fiiHchln is iinined ft rLcon II Fuch a noted German Uotanlrta r s- C h iJtHE WRRHTrTlJrlliiiil IFBJCCER COOPEM Kilter CHAS E BABIOHT Aweclate Eilter And Hailneis tanager r I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nos12189- 6AFTERMATH L L PAYING OI1 To bet or not to bet I That was the riddle But having danced I needs must pay the fiddle Send Jones an overcoat I Thats twenty dollars Jenkins a hat and Drown Six shirts and collars To Stnlthcra sendi f The suit I designated To Green tho boots For which IIOH got me slated Im very glad no more The voters yelling Colonel Jim James will call And get my dwelling Atlanta Constitution Tile electoral college stands McKinley 277 Bryan 170 BEIOKC tho echoes of one campaign t t have subsided another has begun Foil the fret time in tho history of the United States will there bo a woman j in tho electoral college Out in Wyom j ing a woman was chosen as a McKinley elector OiilCtAh returns from all tho coun ties except four give McKlnloy a pluI rality of 4H in Kentucky The missing returns will not change tho result to anyI extent It DUJUNO his late campaign Bryan made r nearly GOO npccchcH and traveled over 17000 miles To close it ho made 83 Bpccchca the Inst day seven of them in Omaha Tin next national senate is reported- to stand 14 RcpuhlicanB 1W Democrats and Ji Populists and Independents Tho lower house will be composed of 201 Republicans 124 Democrats and 1U Popu lists It Tin election ID over Kentucky has gone Republican and now Governor Bradley has begun to refuse pardons On last Friday ho refused eight pardons and fifteen applications to restore citi zenship OAIIIXITT makers are busy at work on tho new cabinet which is to bo placed in tho executive mansion in Washington noxt March Numerous changes will likely bo male in tho designs before Ma jor McKinley accepts one Tin recent elections filling tho va cancies which occurred in tho general assembly of Kentucky by deaths and resignations make tho joint ballot a follows Republicans 70 Democrats 66 and Populists 2 This insures a Re publican successor to Senator Blackburn Who will it be Carlisle or Bradley Do YOU know that Editor Sam Rob erta of Lexington will under McKin loya reign hold Kentucky plo in both hands T Editor Roberts cant get too much He has worked hard for McKin Joy for tho past four years when all ether Republican editors in tho state were biding and afraid to speak Editor Roberta deserves tho best ou tho platter Frankfort Argus Vii TUB Republican managers promised great prosperity should their party be successful In tho recent election As an- farmersevidence of prosperity to tho and workingmcn when all tho wheat Lad passed from tho hands of tho farmer into those of tho speculators it took a I sudden rise to 80 cents a bushel thu amaking tho farmer and workingman pay more for tho bread they eat At tho same time a number of factories cut down wages Further AH the whole sale bout and shoo IIOUMM have called in ttelr drumnpr with MMiiph so that UU Ifq 1 i I h u Vri jpace with the advance in leather this 5r L y r y la prosperity and plenty for the bond I boWer millionaire and that ilk but how about the laboring mans promised ad vance Now LET the laborers of our city look for the boom in times Watch the city street car line pay its workmen the three weeks salary they have been waiting for Watch all the mills along the river start their machinery Watch the daily papers of our little burg print another edition and the colored voters may watch the prosperity they will will have this winter and next summer Frank fort Argus ALL TO GIVE THANKS I President Issues Ills Annual Proclamation Setting Aside Thursday No vember 26 as a day of Prayer WASHINGTON D C Nov GTho president on Wednesday issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation By the president of the United States The people of the United States should never be unmindful of the gratitude they owe to the God of nations for Ills watchful care which has shielded them from disaster and pointed out to them tho way of peace and happiness Nor should they ever refuse to acknowledge with contrite hearts their proneness to turn away from Gods teachings mid to follow with sinful pride after their own devicesTo end that these thoughts may bo quickened it is fitting that on a day especially appointed we should join to gether in approaching tho throne of grace with praise anti supplication Therefore I Grover Cleveland presi dent of the United States do hereby designate and set apart Thursday the 26th day of tho present month of No vember to be kept and observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer tnrough out our land On that day let all our people forego their usual work und occupation anti assembled in their accustomed places of worship let them with one accord ren der thanks to the ruler of the universe for our preservation as a nation and our deliverance from every threatening dan ger for the peace that has dwelt within our boundaries for our defense against disease and pestilence during tho year that has passed for tho plenteous rewards that have followed tho labors of hus bandmen and for all the other blessings that have been vouchsafed to ua And lot us through the mediation of Him who hits taught us how to pray implore tho forgiveness of our sins and n continuation of heavenly favor Let us not forget on this day of thanks giving the poor and needy and by deeds of charity let our offerings of praise bo made store acceptable in the sight of tho LordWitness my hand and tho seal of tho United Suites which I have caused to bo hereto affixed Done at tho City of Washington this fourth day of November in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundre- anti ninetysix and of tho independence of the United Suites of America the ono hundred and twentyfirst G ROVER CLEVELAND By the president RICH Aim OXIEY Secretary of Staten HHADLKY GIVES THANKS Gov Bradley thin morning issued the following proclamation unmindfulsof or ungrateful for the blessings be stowed by a merciful God cannot an shouldnot deserve prosperity To him wo owe all that we are and hope to be Ho has rrovented war and pestilence filled our granaries preserved our honor and protected our institutions Therefore tho people of Kentucky ato requested to assemble at their reepectiv- places of worship and observe Thursday the 26th day of this month in thanks giving for tho blessings of tho past and present and In prayer for their contin uanco in the future Done at Frankfort ou the 5th day of November in tho year of our Lord 1890 and tno 105th year of commonwealth WM O BRADLEY Governor By ED GUFFY Assistant Sec of State AXTBDSKVKKAL FAITHFUL MEN or women to travel for responsible es tablished house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weeklyI and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfnddrese DutidhlgsChicago 2318 You owo this office on subscription and you must pay iU If you agreed to pay corn bring In your corn If produceI of any kind produce it Printers like all othrr mortal must have Pmnrthin- q t h 0I I It i I anti NOW id tad ulna la tulek up t KENTUCKY ALL IN Alai Little Mac Gets the Electoral Vote of the State The following account is mostly offi cial as all the returns are made from authentic sources and but few changes need be expected Districts McK Bryan First 12487 I i Second 6182 j Third t 201 Fourth 3341 Fifth 1 12311 I Sixth 4096 Seventh 1062 Eighth 2302 Ninth 418 1 Tenth 1062 Eleventh 14286 I Total 29377 29081 Bryan 29031 McKinlcya majority 346 DISAPPOINTED First Item of Interest to tho Laborer Is a Ton Per Cent Cut in Their Wages We have a right to expect from those now in power better times The laborer should have those promised good times now according to Republican pledges They asked not for time to legislate the restriction of confidence was the onlv thing needed and the election of their candidate would bring that Me Kiulcy by tho aid of Mark Ilnnna and bolting Democrats has been elected Hanna has everything asked for and the first class of individuals to feel the eOect of the election of McKinley lire railroad I employes and other laborers The great re1ductiontheir section employes as well as discharging a number of them The C 11 t D company father of the railroad employes sound money club has dis charged several of their car builders and carpenters It is fortunate for McKinley R Co that these reductions did not take place a few months ago Of course Ilanni would not have permitted cut before the election As an excuse for these cuts we will give the administration credit for saying that at this period of the year they are in the habit of cut ting expenses nut we would remind them that just such times rind circum stances they are under promise to the laborers witnessed by tho entire coun try to obviate Is this party standing by their promises Before the election in tho shoe factory of Asa Cushman Auburn Me notices were put up to tho effect that if McKinley was elected employes would be given full time and better wages Since Me Kinloya election vampers wages have been cut from 160 to 120 per day This cut is very discouraging to the men because it now dawns on their vision that tho laboring men are to reimburse tho amount contributed by corporations to make that enormous corruption fund used1 in the1 campaign MarkdHannas disciples declared that tho rUe ture would carry with it such prosperity in the event of McKinleys election that there would bo an immediate restoration of confidence and that such n thing as strikes would be of the past Hero it is Not ten days after tbo election the miners in tho Wcllston anti Coalton this tricts are out on a strike tho mine owners demanding a SO per cent cut These mines are now closed and will bo until tho strike is ended thedEast Jcllico coal company at Artemus have reduced the wages of all miners 25 per cent Miners voted for McKinlcy on promises of prosperity and say they have been deceived hardo endure Prosperity would delight every body and if it does not come tho Repub Beans and bolting Democrats are alone responsible to the people who have shown their confidence by electing McKinley Mt Sterling Advocate Tho place to take tho true measure of a man in not the market place or the amen corner not the forum nor the field but at his own fireside There he lays aside his mask and you may learn whether host imp or angel king or cur hero or humbug Wo taro not what tho world says of him whether it crowns him with jewels or pelts him with eggs wo care not a copper what his reputation may be if hid babies dread his home coming and his wife swallows her heart every time she asks him for a few pen uses hes a fraud of tho first water even hRu li b iS t M l Imllivs hnllelu I I J d YIX I I t Good Judges Say That Our SuitsII 500 750 IOOO ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY r Next week we will put on sale 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHE VIOT PANTS at X450 D err Pair LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY ROSEdzDAZZIOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGOI WE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our pn end when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Pa10 Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy f IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited IBATTLIVERY AND FEED STABL HAZEL GREEN KY HP PIERATT r Proprietor WIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY SOjti Special cnro taken of teams for CornJ cial Travelers Parties convoyed to anon rliberal terms Patronngo of the puJJJ spectfully solicited H F PIERA t tlaAaAPTljE CREAT JJ NESS TRAINING SCHOOL T SOUTJ 9I7fA tjtldl H9PrlnJl FINE i HUNDREDS OF GRADUATS HOLDING BOpleI1Dcrs L7 THE COUNTRY Mt ION couR5 ktkP7 211Jryil tJj1 7 INv1Jtl J 1r t rf = f 9 b r a jv t + tt r- jif r t JFHE HERALD jizel Green Hearsays Happenlngs o H H Holly will preach at tho old I Grassy church next Sunday morning 0 M Lambert of Moorefield Nicho lasj county ia a guest at Swango springs Wm H Cord will preach at Days boro on Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock I A number of our citizens will wear long beards now since Bryan has been defeated t f- There will bo preaching at Leo City next Sunday by W H DeBusk and H D Adams Mrs II F Picratt and children re I turned Tuesday evening from their visit to Campion Dr Taulbeo reports the birthof n girl baby to tho wife of Tandy Nickcll on the 10th instIRepublicans of Hazel Green and vicinity i wasted a keg of powder Monday night jollifingii Regular services at tho Methodist church Sunday evening at 7 oclock by C tho pastor Hev L B Mann i Dont forget that fine typewriter paper at Tin lliniAU office when you want some Only 15c per quire j Harvc Nickcll clerk for Tabor Bros I Rothwell Ivy is this week visiting k friends in and about Hazel Gree- n1VAsTiDFifty bushels of new corn for cash Tho lowest bidder will getI the contract Apply at this office II F Pieratt has been quite ill for several days past and is still confined to his bed threatened with pneumonia Mrs Rebecca Casket of Grassy i8itI ed her son W T Caskcy and other reII atives and friends in Hazel Green this weekThe Republicans hero are already puss ing the plate for pie und wo hear of t PostOn Sunday morning at 11 oclock at the Christian church the subject will f1be Sumo Practices of tho Apostolic ChurchesMontgomery county guests who are visiting the family of r W Craven are Samuel haven his father and Charlie Webster a cousin Steps are being taken to organize a permanent free silver club in Hazel Green and nil who arc interested arc re f quested to meet Saturday afternoon Miss Hulda Woods desires to return thanks to the good people in and around t town for their kindness to her dear j mother during her illness and death Joe Frazier returned from Winchester last Thursday and says corruption funds were used galore throughout Clark county in influencing the colored vote Frost Woods whose serious ill ttMrswas mentioned in these columns died on Thursday Her remains were taken to Holley on FJiday for interment f Twcntyeight voters were disappointedI in exercising their right of franchise the Rothwell precinct in Mcuefco coun ty There were not enough ballots in t the poll book f fIntho list of petit jurors drawn to of tho United serve at the December term l States court at Covington we findII the names of James II Sebastian of Daysboro and L C Shull of Campton 1from this county The time to secure the CincinnatiI Weekly Enquirer and THE HERALD one year for one dollar is speedily drawing to a close Dont miss this opportunity of securing tho best newspapers published in tho United States t Next Monday 16th inst has been set aside by Governor Bradloy as arbor day and as such should bo appropriately1 observed by the schools throughout tho State Let each school in this section plant at least one tree ttTheoutlay in running this paper is far IbeYondWhat many think and it takesI cash to pay printers buy paper pay pos r tago and buy ink Hand in that dollar You owe and you will help the cause f Dont try to beat the printer out of his i just dues l Rev Isaac Murphy one of the oldest preachers and most respected citizens of this section died at his residence in Morgan county this morning aged about G5L years lie leaves n inrjro family and Iat L J uJt t lUILI 1l I W Lr Sa Thanksgiving Services On Thanksgiving morning at ten oclock there will be a thanksgiving service of prayer and song at the Christ thedlfferenent and participate Let everybody attend this service and spend an hour in forHisdinitcon stant care and yeartosomething and attribute all blessings to Him who is tho source of all things Do not forget the hour or tho placetO oclock Thanksgiving morning at the Christian church IIon Rev L E Mann pastor of the M K church requests tho members of his congregation to join in the above service thanksgivingfor Would it be asking too much that all tho stores and places of business bo closed from 10 until 11 oclock Let this be done Tile UKUAID has a very fine tripple silver plate coffee pot which we wl11J award to the lint person bringing in 25 cashsubscribers between now and thet 24thof December Old subscribers paying up all arrears and ono year in mlI vance will be considered as new and en titled to a chance This coffee pot willI be n handsome Christmas present forIJ any one and all who wish to enter the 1 contest can apply at this office old get a list of subscribers at their respectiveI postoflicosso to know who to 1 JlproachII Now is the time and if you want HllllleII free silver that will be a souvenir oftt the campaign just clo cd go to work at onceIt Gordon Wells the chumpion dancer of i America last week treated tho people ofr our town to a specimen of what he can can do in tripping the light fantastic Mr Wells and his wife were awarded I a prize at the Worlds fair for being the best dancers and any ono who has seen Mr Wells twist his lower limbs can imagine that the award was justly mer ited Ho is a double jointed cyclone when it comes to cutting capers with his feet and all in all iis a curiosity worth seeing He is a native of the moun tains and the people aic justly proud of his prowess as n professor in his art There is more truth than poetry in the following Drink and the gang drinks t with you swear oil and you go it alone for the barroom bum who drinks your rum has a quenchless thirst of his own ii- feast and your friends are runny fast and they cut you dead i theyll not getI mad if you treat them bad so long as their stomachs are led steal if you get a million for then you can furnish tail its the great big thief that gets out on leave while the little one goes to jail We ask tho Sunday schools of Wolfe county to observe Sunday Novnmbcr 2J as Sunday school Thanksgiving day Lesson Proverbs 8 1117 Reward of obedience Echoes of thanksgiving Psalm 5014 Psalm t9 30 Psalm tlli 1 Psalm 95 2 Psalm 100 oj I These 5 18 Psalm 13C 1 H II SWAXOO Co Pres If the country editor were to snap at all tho great inducements held out hot would be a millionaire in a short time If ho ran a paper according to popular notion ho would be in tho poor house If he published nno half of tho items sent him ho would be In jail one half the time and in the hospital the other halfSilver Creak N Y Gazette The Democratic campaign committee of Wolfo county will meet at hazell Green on Saturday November 21 1890 to better formulate the organiza tion of the Democratic party and and prepare for the coming campaign All Democrats are invited to attend The meeting will bo held at 1 oclock pm JOHK A TAOtnEE Chmn Cam Com W 0 LosrOn the road between Hazel Green and Mire PO on or about Aug ust28 a red lleather bill book containing notes receipts nd other valuable papers I Finder will receive reward by leaving nti HERALD OIGC- CSometimes people apologizei for giving the editor items Dont do it The and interest in Items are wanted your in only one the paper can be expressed better waya paid up subscription Livingston N Y Ensign Undo Jimmy Landsaw aged about 80 years died nt his residence on StillI1 water last Sunday after n lingeling fIIII nfIHe leave quite n large rllllllbI uud a hoot of jfitttivrs and tricndo to 1 mourn his death i J u 1 i tn o ENGLIS 1IPE BNv 12 Wa SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY tjCVRogular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 0 a mo Dinner from a 4nka 10 n m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p mfOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialtyef au EcUZQAII1 oJSeflor Jamboreo From tho Jambs Kelly DeBusk has been very sick for some time but is some better Harlan McCluro and wife visited at Goodwins chapel Saturday Some trou Ic occurred at the Chapel Tuesday election day Cause too moonshine Rev David Whittaker who has recently returned from Texas preached Saturday night nnd Sunday at tho Oas key school house Nov 10 JAMBOREE Two For One We have made arrangements by which wo can furnish tho Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer and tho HAZEL GREEV HER to now subscribers for ono year for tho small sum of Ono Dollar which is tho price of THE HERALD alone All old subscribers paying up their arrear to date can take advantage of this offer This proposition only holds good until November 15 1890 after which date the price for tho combination will be 125We made arrangements with the Toledo Weekly Blade whereby we can furnish it with Tin HERALD one year for the low price of 1 This holds good to all who arc already subscribers to Tin HERALD by paying up all arrearages andIIone year in advance The time to take advantage of this offer is limited so if you want to take advantage of it come onc- ayTolivor Talk The little girl of 1C T Kash is serious ly ill with typhoid fever Some ofour citizens lire attending court at Frenchburg this week Hilly Slmmiikcr has erected n blacksmith shop and is now ready for work Goly Mack OldfieldH little girl seri ously cut her right foot with an ax Ilost weak amputating one of her toes Nov 10 SHINER TAXTKDSKNKIIALKAITHFULMKN or women to travel for rcsiioimllilu en nbltxlieil liiiimn in Kentucky Hnlnry 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses 1osltlon JMrinmicnt Reference iKnclosu 8ellii Mrim oil envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2348 To Cure Cold In Ono Day Tako Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tho money if it fails to cure 25c HD MAUIIN WITH REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO hE Jnr 1 j iIjtllNfWD Jj15 PA IStW 4 aPer J EVERY FAMILY School Library and Once SHOULD Have a Dictionary Care lhou14 he taken to GET TiE BUT THE INTERNATIONAL New From Coverto Corn nutceaeor ut the UlluI QaD 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teachers Fine Oymnaalum Few very moderate Hoarding at rcHionnule ratci Session begins September 14 For Gate =log and any particular information apply to ClUH Louts toes President and J W McUAliVKY President College of the Bible LKXIKOTON KY P BHUBEHOID ROOFING Nf PAPF1trL1D1 BRoLvw ooo I 1W3DODPLOORr8cMI F i u u tl A r 4KMAGEDDON + The Powers or the Good and the Evil Will Wage a War Lffloat win Ru h to Battle In tho a tttraftlt and tho Cans of HT1I1 IrvaUSrwon bj ItvT DoWltt TalC ImbU sermon Sunday Rev Dr Ti mafe discussed the great conflict which prophecy foreshadows at the climax Ike worlds strugglesArmagedd 0 lids text was Her xvL 10 And pthered theui together in a pia called in the Hebrew tongue Armag dons Megiddo is tho name of a moua rai that looks down upon Esdraclon the greatest battlefield that the world h ever seen There Rarak fought the Canaanite there Gideon fought tho Midlanltcs there Josiah fought the 1 rading Egyptians The whole region stands toe battle and the Armatjcd donor my text borrows its name from it and is here used not geographically 1J1t baftguratlvelyidea that there is to bo a worlds clI ing battle tho greatest of nil battl compared with which the conflicts of this century and all other Centur were insignificant because of t greater number of combatants gaged the greater victory and thobygreater defeat The exact into of tl battle we do not know and the ChlocalityI Asia Europe Africa or America butr the fact that such a battle will tokatopinto is as certain an Hods truth When I use the superlativer degree In regard to that coming con flirt I do not forget that there ha t0itbeen wars all along on stspendu scale As when at Marathon Milliudos atbroughtmorels but in lull run upon the lion stiesmen of IcrsUi and tho liluclc archers of Ethiopia and scutUrcd thorn anil cry ing Bring lint Wring lire sot into flamo the shllsaf tho invaders As nh PIzArro overcame Peru As when IortugulAGoth AH when 300 Spartans lhermop1mas took Agrlgcrtlum As when Alexander headed thu Macedonian phalanx As when nunnllml ant tdcd Italy IIAAI IInof Hastings Rattle of Valiny Hat tin of Ill ItonI Hattie of Arbe Rattle of Tours Hatllo of Borrull Battle of Lucktiow Rattle of Sol f rlnol Hat tic of Fontonoy where 100I000 were slain Hattie of halos whero 300000 worn massacred B tic of Herat where Genghis Bing lofnnNtroyud 1000010 lives llattlo Nvlnhar whom 1747010 He ntthe down to denth 810000 Main at I Troy1 And American battles too near us now to allow us to appreciate I theirawful grandeur and significance ovcppt you who were there facing theI north or facing the smith Hut nil ti battles 1 have named put together will not equal In numbers enlisted or Itcrccnons or irrundcur or triumph 1rfort rout the coming Armageddon contlKtt Whether it sloth IKS fought with prilltI ers type or with keen stool t+ ieth1rall by bruin or muscle whether by pen- H or carbine whether by booming en non or thunders of Christi catthat eloquence I dn out Icnuw and you may tiiku what I Itoy as flgurI alive or literal hilt take as certaint what St lohn in his vision on the rocks of tho Grecian archipelago IsI pleaded to call Armageddon MI sermon will flirt mention tho regiments thit will bo engaged in the conflict then will say something of I f the Commanders ou both sides und then spcalc of tho battle itself and the tremendous Issues Heginning with I those who will fight on the wrong side lfirllt mention the llegimcnts Dia L01loln this very chapter from which my text Iii taken we uru toM that thoII uplrlt of devils will bo there lIowt many millions of them no one can lull for tho statistics of the satanie domlnt ions havo never been reported and troll of that host has never on earth I been called but from the direful and Cylottor that every man and woman road child on earth hUll n tompvr there must bo nt least sixteen hundred millions of evil tplrits familiar with our world Perhaps as initny in ire are engaged on especial enterprises of abotninat on umong tho nations ami empires of tho r ilirlht Hohldu that thero must balut inconceivable number of Inhabitantsr in realms pundiMiioniuu staying tinw to keep the great capitals of nln going fioni ago to age Many of them oscosilk iItlivedIin Heaven but ungiglng in cont f npiracy to put nutan on thu throne they were hurled out and down WI and they arc now among the worst thugs of tho unlverso Having Leon 111fhell they have nil the advantages of great experience TJioir power tholry peed their cunning their hostility wonderful beyond all blntcmunt la tho Armageddon they will i doubt not bo prcscntIn full array Thoy sf will have no reserve corps but all- Is will bo be at tho front There will not only be soldiers in that battle who can bo 1seennnd almea at but troops intang aPnd weapons may strike vicar through them wirsot shout of defiance will they climb Mp the ladders of firo nod leap from jthebattlements of nsbestuji into the last campaign of hull Paul the bray1j tot mcn wus Impressed with their i w tii a- r rr sight for wit when he said We wrestle notagalast flesh and bl bat against principalities and agala powers and against the ulens of th darkness In this world npafast n ickaI ness In high places Ob uhat an agi dimtoT conflict in the Armageddon Other regiments who wit march into the fight will be the llegimcnts Alco tllsa UcwerA companies distillery owners Bndopantrans They will Ino tho ranks hehodtho drunkard And what a I and bonkec1 and blunted and blasts Inand hiccoughing and nauseating host If now according to a sci liOISr 000 deaths annually from strong drink and in the United States Dl000 deaths annually trait strong drink what tin uwnyof liviujr drunkards that implies coming up from the whole earth to take their places in the last ttle especially as the evil increases oosti utbcser millions of reinforcements brigade I II gainedI I 1hrenmiliions of victims of alcohol juiuc I the millions of the victims lujoract or ina nUll India soul Arabia aud Egypt and Ceylon and Siam Other regiments who will march in the light on the wrong side will be lthe Regiments Infidel laud gave but UlItIthese men have been dying to destroy Mnn sotusnewspaper through perpetual sco Christianity anil koine of tho unl1 kayo become recruiting agen for tlwe regiments Thegrcutcst brigadier ul all those regimcntslo 1 faire who clcbed his life of 1IltI Ilac+ loess is a dream sand only pain is real I have thought so myself for SI years and I know no better plan thou to re 6esign myself to the inevitable and to re dcvourcyd spiders roan to bo consumed by earl J wish I hud never been horn Oh tho iodforsnkcn regiments of infiI dels who attar having spent their 11 antagonizing the only influence tin gathttr i with their low wit anti their vita sneer honi r rriblc blasphemy to take port nJalnstIGod and at grcts I Armageddon stether regiments who will march iin the wrong silo in the battle will be Regiments Mohammedan At thu present time theta about 175000000 Moslems Their plain mission is to kill Christians demean womanhood 1 and take possession of the earth in the interuKt of ignorance superstition andI 51oUO Armenians in the last two or three yoarH is only one chapter in their ef to devastate the earth of every thing but themselves So deter mined are they in their bad work that the nations of the earth put to gather dare nut say to them Stop or we will make you stop My hope iis long before that last battle of which 1 speak the Turkish govern mid with it Mohammedanism be wiped out of existence Tho Turkish power for the last 100 years bus been the mightiest hindrance on earth to religious liberty and moral im provement Her extermination Iis prophesied in tho Hook of Revelations in the figure of the drying up of the rnphllinsurrection she received the first dc Ktmctlvu blows In 1825 tho Turkoman army of 0000 was destroyed and the it Enllanll1 as they hue since been at Nana rl no humiliated tho Turkish fleets and was free Vcuker nnd weaker tho hoJurldsh power has become std it has lost Algiers and Yalluchiu surd moro than nilIturlnH the pawl decade through her cruelty has lost the sym pathy of every good man and woman In all tho earth cud if William E Gladstone were prime minister of Eng land tho Turkish government sou ldonoI vary soon either quit her outrages or go down under bombardment of tho liehoverll1the Jlible prophecy concerning the dry en jngupof the Euphrates is not tti11U1 cdntthe1 raluturo tho battle mentioned in my text Mohammedanism will march in I sword and poison and torch her part in tho great AFinacddo Yea to shun tho mllgnitHloot tlito forces on the wrung side I huvp to tellI you tlmlwhat Is left p heathenism at that titan will march into the conflict There are 150000000 fetish Idolaters 220000000 Hrahmlns 00000000 laudd Mats Through tho sublimest motoIImoot of tills century the missionary movement all tho time gathering int momentum I boliovo all or nearly nil that 770090000 of heathendom willI converted to God Rut that which not converted will como into the Armageddon on tho wrong side for Other regimens on that tyro ng sldo will bo made up of offenders of aorta tho defrauders the libertines tho dynamiters tho anarchists tho oppressors and the foes of society tho criminals of all nations by whatever scion they aro now called or shall of then bo called They may not before that kayo openly taken sides but then of y t 1s H pI 0 theywW be compelled to take sides 11WithI what venom with what violence v what desperation they will fall ArmageddoniJ I I regiments of time earth to bo joined- L by tho uncounted regiments from p dition Can any power cope svi lhI thom Especially when I tell you whoII their commander Is for so much wars depends upon the chieftain Their leader will not be a political accident or military happen so By talent and adroitness and Courage and unceasing industries he has come to bad em He disputed the throne of aven with the Almighty but no one aterudnl Ie last battle take the field in person Milton calls him Lucifer Goethe culls him Mcphistophelcs the Hebrew calls sin Abaddon the Greek culls him Apollyon lie is the impersonation nil malevolence of all oppcssion of all cruelty the summing up of a false hood In his makeup nothing bud puttcousmandcr lu chtc of all the forces on the wrong silo in the great Armag- r cddon He bus hewn in more battles than you have tree rend about and victories than celebrated in olctIno ye an undisputed told 1 guess there will boas army to dispute with his forces 1 h have mentioned the supremacy of tlis world I guess our troops will not have to run when on tho day men tinned in my text all the infernal bat tcries s hull be unlimbered We huve been reviewing the troops diabolic We msdexamRow n let us tonic at the faces to be marshaled in the Armageddon on the right silo Ueglmcnt5AngcJedcmonology seems better understood than the subject of angclology Hut the glorious spirits around the throne and all the bright immortals that flU the galleries and levels of the universe JreatflJhtare time only regiments capable of plutonicTo jtttst cr ibs hunt in a night and it is not a tough arithmetical question to solve if one angel can slay 1S5000 troops insight a huts many can 500000000 of them slay The old Rook says that They excel in strength It is not a celestial mob but n disciplined host foul they know their rank Cherubim seraphim thrones principalities and power And the leaders of those regiments is Michael time ArchIungc1 David saw just one gruupside of angels sweep past and they were 1 JOOOO charioted Paul who in the Ga muliun college limit his faculties so won dcrftilly developed confesses his in capacity to count them by saying are como to Mt lion and an annum able company of angels If each so on earth has a guardian angel then thou must be lrJO000000 angels on earth today Reside that Heaven fro be full of angels those who stay thero not only the 1 angels who wo Ira told guard the 1J gates but those antgels who help in the worship nndI tslont firTinand enthrone the hallelujahs and roll tho doxologies of the service that nover cUlls Rut they all if required will be in tho last fight between holiness nUll sin leaven could afford to adjourn just one day and empty i its temples and mansions nnd palac and boulevards into that on battle think all the angels of God will join in The one that stood with sword of name at the gate of paradise rite 0ncluthat pointed Hagar to tho fountain inerful tho wilderness The one that halted Rulaam on time highway Tho one that yarned Lot to flee tho doomed city The one that took part with Joshua against the CannanHcs The one tJintc informed Mary of tho approach of tho Nativity Tho one that wres tied with Jacob at tho brook Jabbolc The one that swung open tho gate for tho Incarcerated Apostle Peter Tho on that fiticngthcncd Christ in II isdeco last paroxysm All I think will lie tlurteihcir velocities inconceivable that when Daniel was in prayer wo are told came from Heuv to speak to him and if Heaven be center of the univcrseilmt angel must totes traveled thousands of mill ions of inllesjin an instant Tulle of quinc1 toAregiments angelic when at tho com nand of tho archangel Down to earthI Forward into the battle thoo regiments angelic lightnln k wingcdf rnt low girdlcl fire fuot shall syccp Jnto llio grog Armagcd Tho next regiments that I see march ing into tho fight will be the regime ecclesiastic According to tho last count and practically only in the be life ginning of tho great Gospel movement ho which proposes to take tho whole car find theta arc UJOOOOO Methodists PrRibyterlEpiscopalians Rut UK present slat tics of ehurchtswm be utterly swamped when ulWrall the great denominations the have done thor best work thwslotr est nil tho sects will have more by numbers than tho present enrollment or all den ruinations throughout Chris r 0 i I 4 j 1 J a1Atheistt and he will be looked nt as we look boIsi j dlowiI his shoulders and long fingernails Ii that are never cut and a stare fa- er I eyes indicating Incipient kmacy to be argued whb but to be pitied while it will not be any unusual thing to see men as much devoted to their religion as Francis Xavier was duvo to his religion when he went through the streets asking all to come to hear his faith expounded in ten years planting the Gospel in 50 nations and baptizing over a million souls And the great hosts of believers will 1111 tho earth making the SITOOO combatants that Xerxen reviewed corporals guard in comparison I them the regiments ecclesiastic mov ing into that lust battle The Loth nns headed by some great Martin Lu lfvihodioass headed by some George Vhitctleld to come The Presbyterians fLuJaasome John Knox yet to arise Episcopalians headed by some Rishop Charnouk yet to be enrobed J 10oUs Baptists headed by sone lissi ary Carey yet to bless the worM The Congregational church headed by some Doctor iirk pentecostal power yet to take tongue of fire i see them moving into the ranks carry Imr a standard striped and starred striped as suggesting Him by whoso stripes we are healed and starred as with promise that those who turn many righteousness shall shine us the st s + forever and ever Into that battle our side will roll those mighty engines of power the printingpreses of Ch tendon Into that battle will a move the mightiest telescopes tltatoilsshall bring the star in their courses fight for our God Again tto regiment elemental 11saJ come into that battle on the rigiutsiidescalp The winds nod showed what Ho could do with them when time splintered timbers of the Spanish Armada were strewn on the rocks of Scotland Norway and tho Hibrides The wa lets He showed what he could do with them when he put the whole earth under them leaving it subaque ous ISO dugs The earthquakes lie showed what lie could do with them when he lot Caracas drop into the open mouth of horror and the island of the sea went into entombment The light Wings He showed what He could do with them when he wrapped Mt Six in flame and wo Imo till seen t1 flushing lanterns moving with t chariots of the midnight hurricane All the regiments elemental will Cn in on our side in the great Armageddon Come and let us mount and ride ale the line sand review the troops ofofEmunucl and find that time regiments terrestrial and celestial that come into that battle on the risrht side arc asinconrtuvd with those on the nru two to one u hundred to one thousand to una- INTERESTIftG ITEMS ht1 tmnnlacrhotel 1d midutof silverware enll1arlehl1 cmtsts1 try in the world England comes n- and cc to Jin I Relgiuin third 01CnisthoI 11111ItI SU lillma ill and will soon be placed onI I IErunning to Versailles smoke of London when thoII IIwlnlllslncondensed on the sea as fur IIIDevonshlrc InmlleRillCtstxr AIIKV is a noted naturalist lttt05Irascopic and Natural History society Haslmcrc in I SlIrreJtwomen of Iceland haven 1o tv political club and hold pub meetings when questions affecting the interest of tho ladles arc before tho legislative assemblyt I TUB board of education of San Fr has decided that in the tutors ail contracts for painting etc on sch 1 premises will be given only to firm 1795 employing union men ssgals IT is declared that before setting titfnhis expedition to the pole Prof Annlengaged n manager to make are by rangements for n lecturing tOllrInl through tho United States rCLord return of patchisItsto overage of lJItbushels per family The sash value oftho potatoes is estimated at 825000 aprofit of 000 per cent on the SJ300 in vested effort sonsutt of mental philoso only phami logic Is to bo established atCambridge university England with n salnr of chairWitS fledwanting tin il now bemo HOIOKII HBMIIK HKUIIOIDT DnvcirMANN is the Denmarlc Copenhagenar tn years of histo painting sea pictures Later hour onbecame n poet of tho have sunt1I trhythmTHE death is announced of MrslIeThurston who hIsro Queen Vic torias family and had much to do with blindearlier lives of most of her chlldren Sho was very highly esteemedmembers of time royal family and the IIIcarsrelinquishing active work l by the queen d Y A crTTLE NONSENSE IIoa111er ITT I1D1eyer k arders doesnt she Mealertoy hut not very longrHoxbury Gazettt heSo yon got those scars in the oar- not You have a right to be proud of tbe sir Sot ftrictlt You sea Itras substitute Detroit Tribune Sat Quite Fit Yet yonietadUrompton 1 OnlyI purtialSy if anf+ one hits me over the head Witha bay ball club it attracts my attention Detroit Free Press Cook how lung did you boil these eggs Saint minutes mum nut boiledamumsyt erL vas tree eggs IIIIrUt aUttatimes tree is noise11nr1Mrs llaZ3r rThe essential difTernece between the man rout theI woman said the tearbtspends his money foolishly on a tear and woman on wear Indianap Journal aThe Professor You are now gaz ing sorr on that wondcful planet Saturn The Seeker After Science And what is that smooth broad belt running all around it V The Professor rising to the occasion = Hem That sort is the track of the Saturn Dicvcle clubllelleUp IIhnWcnyoUto 111s1atinNo hnrflersweighslsn heap more to the pound Indianap Journal toTime llrcedTau dont mean to that it was nn egg which made this wound said the physician who lelturersinjllrlcsreplyTJwn1nldhyaherPittsburghChroniclclelcgrnph PORTRAITS OF WASHINGTON One Iiitily UUrovcred it Attributed to illliiTt Stuart A portrait of Gen Washington said to have been painted by Gilbert Stuart and stolen nearly n century ago hw been found uu the Isle of Man by Wil liam A Shaw of Philadelphia The satortruit is a replica in oil of the fans palatlDaheRosebery nn preslnae a nngulur story nppearstlmtNew York an active member of the Society of Tammany which at his sug gestion established n museum which 1795 was made over to RuKer who theafulllength portrait of the great gen oral Three years later it appears Rcker jijetuiretesyellow titer r Lulu secured the picture in settlement a claim Sonic time afterward a committee charged with furnishing the presidents house nt Washington bought the picture and intrusted It a painter iiniued Winstnnloy to pack deliver Winstnnlcy however It stated copied the Stuart in his own delivered the copy nnd fled to originalAfterward into the of William litirrows n pic tore dealer at Douglas Isle of Man ing been purchased by him nt a of the household effects at Mount Vornon The Lnnsdowne portrait was V 11nshingtoaslyby Tha first portrait Stuart destroyed nod fthhd portrait is owned by the tins athenaeum stud is on exhibition In Stcartticreplicas are very frequently to be tact with nnd the nthenaeum portrait iIs one Stuart seemed to find the most erangaited the Lnnsdowne portrait in lsD lacolfor Lord Shelbiirne afterward mar of Lnnsdowne and otter his death 1S05 it was sold for i540 It was forward rattled ofT when it wos WaD Delawnrr Lewis member of pnrlb for Dovonport nnd at his death Rosebeiy bought it The identity the painter Winstnnlcy who Issaid have stolen the replica cud fled with to England seems to he wrapped In mystery It could not have been the celebrated portrait painter Rnrnle Winstnnloy for he died five Inrs after Gilbert Stuart was born nnd he Is the Winstnnlcy who has achieved the eminence to be given n place in n bio graphical dictionary N Y Times Attract IHilnttm oats draw enormous quantities of isture iron the soil and by thIs menus it is discharged through the j loaves Into the atmosphere Fore ample the common sunflower has been proved to exhale nn ounce of water eacD and n large oak tree estimated to 700000 leaves exhaled 700 IClIIllIf wntcr during the seven month It i carried its foliage Chicago Titacs rald r ehl1rlnrlplae Not Men That cant be Jorllns over tuftti drunkI 4RutI prohibition convention that iamKl- Ing lJin the town JlconveutionWuffHIExpress 3 I t i t t frI 4 I tyGIE FARMING WORLD FOR STORING APPLES rWPlB Arrangement That Keeps Fruit t sound mid llunii- Kte I11Plo harvest brings up the sub Lf of the proper disposal of the fruit kkitgpllierod from the trees The ap itecrbp Is large 1In iJny sections of the Entry this year and prices will be tidy to rule lowfor the first part of lift winter at least Much fruit will un Qjubtedly be stored in the hope of abet Cj price later on It is important otrefore to adopt such a plats of stor e as will ltccp the npples sound lint i clamp and In pessesslon of the best pos tfele flavor A cellar just moist enough 1 TRAYS IOn APPLES jo keep the fruit from evaporating any of its own juices and capable of being held at a low temperature just above tile chilling pointis an almost ideal jilace for the storing of apples Hut the Ilocation is not nil Large quantities should not be heaped together nor should apples be kept in barrels buns or boxes when the air cannot circulate freely through thorn say tendency toward decay is sure to be augmented hinder such circumstances The no compaiiylng illustration Iis presented as affording an economical and exceedingly practical method of storing fruit Trays with slut bottoms each three feet square are supported one above ionothcr upon brackets that mire nailed tto pieces of upright studding A Mir acesslon of this studding with brackets pcan extend along the whole side of the cellaror upon two sides if desired The trays can be made as sleep as desired and the fruit can he heaped up a t little In this way but a small quantity Let fruit is kept in n mass and the aircan circulate about each anti every applei Each tray can bo removed to a table if it is desired to look the fruit over for f the detection of incipient dctxmyor when getting ready to peek for market Such Strays will last for n score of years and r can easily be mantle in tho home work- shopi on rainy daysX Y Tribune i GOOD COUNTRY ROADS direct Uvory Individual IK Intcrcxtml In i I Tholr Iiilnt einiiKt Every individual in this country who r owns a horse or bicycle has an active Miring personal interest in good roads iLsays the New York Ledger but the apathy with which many of them re kgard the subject is only another ex ample of how use doth work a habit Mn a man At present ninny roads arc tln a frightful condition because of the narrow tires that cut up and grind jjout the country thoroughfares Prop erty owners shrink responsibility be cause it takes money to improve tine ijhlghwajs and ninny of them are so given to procrastination that they can I anythingtotentlon In addition to this most of j their wheels have narrow tires which In itself is quite enough to paralyze pome at least of the efforts toward re fcform There ir no more urgent need in Fthls country than strict attention to the condition of the roads for smooth bard surface means larger loads greater ease for the team and touch comfort eXIeflSiVCsat4that communities are not sufficiently Ijlire to their own interests to put the fhighways in order wlthouUheintcrfer of state or national authoritiesrace rt How to Kncp Awny Undents f To protect fruit trees from mice ouch rabbits remove all rubbish from about tho trees as well us from the orchard tplacestI t Before ground freezes make mound of earth a foot high around the trunl of each tree Young nursery stock may be Trapped with closely meshed wire Jcrtcning Blood or rancid grease is offensive to vermin hut is easily washed oft by ruins so needs to be replaced soy iuterHortleulturist ifhd how ti Throw u Coy To throw a cow secure her by the toiler to a post then take a rope one half or threequarterinch fasten to Deador make a collar loose around seeknow pass rope between forelegs t taa half hitch about the body justbe- Hid the forelegs then pass along the aisle to secure part of body just before H hind legs and take another half ditchabout the body two men tako old of rope step behind cow and pull P8dy and soon down comes cow se Pe legs and you have her and can of theras you wish 1 t IIi THE CREAMOMETER Not Always Itellablo Ulan KeCommBUed Because It ii Very Simple A whichialthough bettteloflnlllrbyshowThisi becauseitcreams when it should or it may show more than it ought how it thereissmnplesottadifferentthistestglob ontheWHShandledglobuleshncrising only a small topn1l1carry up so thattcrenmWhenand conditions are favorable to the rise of cream fair results can usually be louggrm111nted Isfilledallowed to stand in a cool place for CO risIng degrees1ahreaheit tube in cold water or the tube tray bo filled half full of milk and the re mainder with warm water which raises the temperature and reduces tho viscosity I in such case only half as much cream will appear as the milk is to be given credit for for example if the con tents of a glass are half water and show ten percent creams upon the scale this means of course 20 per cent of the milk 1f the mill is time same each day and is tested In the same way there should be little difference In the cream TJIU CIlKAMOMRTEIs shown Tubes graduated specially fir this test sue sold by dairysupply linns The cream test furnishes a good oppor unity to look for sediment it the mill is not clean dirt can he seen in the hot torn of tho cylinder Care should he taken to carry the tube quietly so that neither the cream nor the scdimeni will be disturbed Report of United States Department of Agriculture DAIRY SUGGESTIONS Cows need both shade and sunshine but a wooded pasture is not as tot as one largely open Sweet corn makes one of the very best feeds to cut oft and feed green when pasturage begins to full Get rid of the old cows and the poor cows Cows are cheap enough to war rant us in immuring the best Have you stopped selling butter nt the country More You must If you are to make a success of the dairy German experimenters claim that cows calving in Decembergive over 2i per cent more milk than those freshen ing in May or June A farmer friend says that In using his Jersey Lull on a small trend power for running his cream separator is not onlyn cheap and easy way to secure nil the cream but results in more vigorous calvesCare for the cow at calving time 01 she will be profitless the rest of the season also put u little oil meal or oatmeal in time milk for the calves to keep them plump furl see that they do not gorge themselves and remember that the calf makes the cow The cow inquires a ration to grow bone and muscle ns well as fat Do not expect corn to supply all that it require in the wayof grain It is the food rich elements which will supply in nitrogenous that which Is most wnnted such its cakes withlinseedoats bran peas clover hay KoniU lulU liy Uio Statc- Prof 1111 Stone M A of Emory col Methodist Hevlcw mnkfs letrc Gntn the elaborate argument in favor of good nn that the state construct roads and suggests in each county one road extend and west direction fll done easting In nu extending in n north and south direction and the roads of one couiiy to connect with the similar roads of counties so ns to forum neon nthjoinlmmg system of first class roods rx tlnuoUS these roads to tending over the state to carefully surveyed and located by engineers the cost fully es competent tinnntetl and time details of construction the work Is begun pcrfectctlbeCore Theso roads would he object lessons and stimulate thorn tocountiestheto nil their roads to the highupbringing The farmer wIU be cs est sentlnJl pertCCtiOA bewtca by ImproveU roadf to market t2outrxctltoatlorsInterestedtnlearalugthata Using NoTolJao and Cascarcts tho famous proparutlons niannfucturcd by tho Sterling hasbeenapprtIllIto IstimoProductsuudormoney refunded Every retail druggist IIs authorized to sell No oHue guaranteed guaranteed tobuyrlslt whatever either physical or financial tnymammndotheythink trot dear They have no linancla problem there lonmmyAil Theo thAtS wily Its heavenbath1t- Murau Dthnuiced a Way To bring them about and are always morn iimiilvtfl mad lusting when they proceed with steady regularity to n cousummatlon Few of tho observant among UK emu have fulled to notice that permanently healthful ehaugps in tho human system ate riot wrought by abrupt and violent means am that tose- l aro the ttm4t Military medicine which nro progressive HoNtcltcrA Hinm Dyspepsialllcrutcd by 1U To cum n vomnn of stammerlniraslchci what she thinks of tho girl tier husband camo near gutting engaged to u couple of years before she married lilmiexa Sifter IIso sCute for Cousumptlaa has no equal as a Cough um tlieine1 M AIIIKITT as Sciicca St Buffalo N Y May 1115- 94Suuttls wonderful how much a wom an can go through 1IoYO especially iu the way ot Purlieu or fortunes Truth Witnv bilious or costive oat a Cnscarct tautly cathartic euro guaranteed lUc =fK Hr who would bo u great soul In the futuio must bo a great soul now1t1YE- nierson Hulls Catarrh Curo Is taken internally Price The IT must bo pleasant to boa dogs nose In summer Alclilson Ulolio CAsmiutrn stlmulatH liver Uldnoyx and bowels over blclton wouucn or grlil tlICJhaveOsr rotvT 1urmumn1Cbioh Is the cot wet pronanrlntlon Jollyct cr JoHot rnmiltyaybralcemencall It Jollvot Then its JollotChlcago Tdbuno MAUD ilfiiiit on n summers day hayAtilShe raked In cash to buy u whcol Chlrago Record TUB Hnw TIIIV Cocitt Io1 found n fluhworin In my hydrant this morning wild the wrathful citizen Ynll said the uftlulal of time water conipnnv that is the best wo trial do just nt lIt Cnt ilo cant furnish Ilshall wo aro able to furnish Is bait1 Indianapolis Journal Dui am ono thing hoot somo or dla hero sof made inun sold Undo Kben his wotilc dome itlnornllv fall foil do lack Pr Industry on his guilt In boouiln1 it VatililiiKton Star- limatTlxamtceamsrAxecsLittin Benny Miimiiiii tloii80 let mo hold tho baby for uniinuto ilotlier Im afraid Ueu 11 Ilonny11ell1 veryfHuuiiY eachrstirudyouI Indies have or + udnd a donating club Margaret Von nod wo have such gnind times laugh lug at the girls win got up to talkIhlludolphin North American 11ITIIrTAnyfTlalse1ooAim good morningI said tho early bird to tho worm Looking for u jobl Pints whaU Anything I can do for you Yes youll ubout Illl thin bill tlmnkIlurleam Life NOT AFKAHI or FT 111I1MlfoAIO you afraid of wnrlrl Kluiiibering Sum fllltltIIOIIIlllinglon Tlines MH J u 9wdo permit our Laura to receive the attentions of that rtingSpoonerf You certainly would not think or permitting her to marry him Mrs Jayon Oh certainly not But time LUptOIiK are just Iazv to get him for thai Mabel C ivoand Ilauidwi t THE ADVANCE AGENTOF HEALTH I Everything connectedr Souvenir llntnlMiiutly illustrated Monument bythe Eugene Souvenir M5tmt with burns patters tubs firkinsought washed with Pearline That gets soakedin grease as nothing 1else the world Things niay seem bqdcan when youve washed them usual way use Pearline and they really ark clean might make all the ference sometimes goodji and bad Wherever you want thorough cleanliness want save your labor the best thing I Ito do i to use Pearline I H U 1 I I AI IU I f U t4L tL1L tL i OR one hundred and fifteen j Ji years Walter Baker Co Ij r have made Cocoa and ChccII olate and the demand it Jw t increases every year Try it and you g willsee why f M eEWalter s J WJM1 Wll11t1t l1flMt iW1fti v a rrrtnNr1stnrNeatnNNi NN YrNNNNNtNNNfiNnPlnf 1ittCfi v roc w Check it n II pLU G rf If he had bought a 5 cent piece he tt would have been able to take with him W There is no use buying more than a cent piece of It Battle Ax A JO cent 8 piece is most too big to carry and the I cent piece is nearly large the JO cent ipiece of other high grade tobaccos OOJJl Jlflf1 Jff fJf1Jflf1fJljjlflflJ1fJf1 1fjfj fICJf1J1fJflJl flIJ p I IABSOLU lELY UUAnflnPIMDHNTDPh1 DliU tnroreanraeorcouctlimoulaiirsrrtsrrIheldrslis lire nrrrr tripnr irrlpthnt mum rntj oshrsll rnll Srn n Off All STKUIISO CO rtilraffn Honlrr lnncrNim Urk via j Send your nnmp for n of limo Work of Hugeiio Ile- ldHELDFLOWJERS CS Ccistnt TilJ ttttssncst Smllr The titniiilfnl Art rro lurton of the century A liuncti el lhr wpit frifrcnt ul hlnms Rlbricd sons the broad ours of Iuffcc Fltldi form tt Lvrr Contain n re IniiJiitl itipmost 11 iiiltfuluf the IKKIIII of luv ul luiu by lliiity Ovrof the voiJil pfculcu arllMioi their coiiirilniiion to the Fund lied f r the urtittratubntlensodicarratornols- tbb t + k could not tiovetwca niou ctuiid for Itr Mleot txxitc torr or cnt iittpnld on receipt of fito The loeorrcrIIllC to tile Clillil uirateputilMiir Com inliuelocfeair ft fiittdfo build omit tocarc tor the tomlly of the bclovcdJOCt Ficli Monument Fund Ito Cblrslo Ill T Butter to be at the t in can to in tlc but It dif between butter or to is 1 it 5 5 as as J MEMKOr host Manll fjti Poet STEADY WORK FREE 5H tYUA t11111tltYnn4 wiuluwn erurrrbrru1 llJ stitUIIUIUj tlJ ItSTARK TREES jIIJhIIIanrm S1A lilt ulurl7thtm4- 1OCtstArlAatuIlucnruliflnL nlntrndnrn Ono Nun aldp JSllIitNl1gdgand + IIIr1IIJItJIrIMrtr- rektd t send Itllllrt1 run v ror iH4s Il to arrrItK j i 1locu 4 ilvI air r STOPPED HEARTBURN YUCATAN 3 f lierh0PIt wrnt rsaj nI 0 A ic a r1026i- t1YII wlnrrxa nr rscItxr irtxseshunease stul4lhutrMt1Mw + wtlrvtlw y rentIptbdrpAtNr Iv iIf l J 4 f I il t 11 IiAA tc i tt r B ryM 1 r 00000 1TE 1TAT2 JEWS UThe local option coolest ia Great eHBty bas been taken to the ceurt of appeals Vague reports are being sent out that Walling will soon make a full confession regarding the Pearl Bryan murder A ftcbool tax collector in Mercer coun ty shot and fatally wounded Hugh Ket run a prominent citizen because be Ie refused to pay his school tax Charles Searcy a young white farmer of Anderwn county was attacked frost behind by a negro named Store Cham bers and sererely cut in the back with a razorToll gate raiders in Franklin county have sent letters U gate keepers saying rtheir houses would be blown upwith 4 dynamite if tbo poles and ropes were not removed j Miss Zilpha Roberts has brought suit in the Clay circuit court for 5000 dam ages against lion S H Kab Republi can elector for the state at large for breach of promise of marriage Miller Bros general store at Buchan an Lawrence county was robbed and then set nn fire The loss is nearly 3000 The culprits escaped to West Virginia and are being pursued Some vandals broke into the den of the Satellites of Mercury at Louisville last week ransacked the place and car rled oft nearly all the jewels parapher nalia etc No clew to the scoundrels While adjusting some machinery at the Lancaster flour mill Mr Will Rucker the miller got his hand between tho rollers and three fingcra were mashed flat before he could extricate the hand The case of Alonzo Walling was ar gued before the court of appeals last Friday by his attorneys and submitted It itt more than likely that his and Jack suns case ft ill be considered and dU Boned of at the same time While Deputy Sheriff Logan Young and Officer Sam Rarick were searching the negro district of Nicholasville for a negro they wore fired on from ambush nod Young was wounded in the head undlegJlthough the wounds life pain ful they are not considered dangerous At Hrnmblct the tobacco barn of Geo W Bramblct rind the Chrifltlim church adjoining wore burned to the ground The barn contained about 100000 pounds of tobacco Loss shunt 35000 with no insurance on tho church and only n Hiniill amount on the burn and its con tents It is said that every merchant in Nlch- ii olubvillo will adopt the cash system with tho beginning of the now year says the Journal The cash plan hUll been in suc cessful operation by several of our lead ing merchants for tho past year and there is no reason why it should not be adopted by all As uu evidence of the coming prosper ity says the Hawesville Plaindcnler a farmer said yesterday that when he returned from tho election he found him self possessor of thlrtytwo new pigs half a dozen hens had hatched and A neighbor had returned a clothes line that hat been borrowed six months be fore Old Judge Untbank of Pincvllle dont mind being called a bolter His printed letter heRds bear tho following legend J M Unthnnk Attorney at Law and Holler Chairman of McKinley Aid So ciety of the Eleventh Congressional Dls trict of Kentucky will practice in tho interior and superior courts of tho state rinoville Ky Ury Cummings a young man of Lyon county says the Murray Ledger while out bunting yesterday shot and killed himself accidentally it is supposed A shot was heard not far from his homo about 11 o clock and as no ono thought of trouble no search was made His body was found lato in tho evening with v tho clothing burned off Georgetown has a maple syrup factory that is making four hundred gallons of puro maple syrup every day Wo un rsophisticated people used to believe that maple syrup was made from the sap ot- a sugar tree and could only bo mado in tho spring That is nil a mistake Brown t sugar and n lot of corncob hickory bark or most anything elso is all that is needed y p Tho Richmond Climax says it has on exhibition n sweet potato 22 inches long 4 not including tho bonds in it If straight would probably measure a yard in length Its circumference at the greatest point is 4 inteB It vr 2wa en frm BCD i f J toes Drowaitg creek farm The Den loss have sever bees small potatoes Mace that old duck Thomas EL wrote bis Thirty Years la Congress I Charles James shot and mortally wounded Jacob Garrison sear Richmond Monday of last week while Garrison was in company with James daughter with whom he had been warned not to assoc j late About dark Garrison and the daughter were together and James upon seeing them became enraged and at tempted to separate them Garrison resisted whereupon James shot him in the breast with a shot gun Garrison will die At Upland this county Mrs Jake Minton lighted a torch for the purpose of taking her aged father up stairs to put him to bed he being too feeble to retire unassisted From some unknown cause the torch exploded and in a very abort space of time the house was reduced to ashes Mr Ford was unable to make his escape and was cremated while Mrs Minton was so bad y burned in her heroic efforts to ave her father that she died two days later in great agony Somerset Reporter 7ANTEDSEVEUAL FAITHFUL MEN or women to travel for responsible established house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfnddreu ed envelope The National Star Hutldlng Chicago 2313 QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O NEWS NUGGETS o- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Japan is going to grant government bounties to sbipownersand shipbuilders Francis D Gisalc a French count who was exiled from France thirty years ago on account of political troubles suicided at Cairo III last week There are thirteen attorneys employed in the case of John B Lindsey charged with murder in the firet degree now on trialat Gallipolis Ohio A negro at Troy Ohio narrowly es caped lynching because he voted for Bryan Three of his assailants have been bound over to court While cleaning a revolver nt Wyatt W Va William Martin accidentally discharged the weapon tho ballstriking his brother Bruce and killing him Mrs tangtr the Jersey Lily is about to begin divorce proceedings against her husband for the third time haying failed to secure a divorce in the two former crises The town of Spencer W Va was en tirely destroyed by lire Monday night Thirtynine stores and houses were burn ed Loss over 300000 with small in surance Andrew Jackson a colored convict in tho Maryland penitentiary was shot and mortally wounded by a deputy warden whom ho had attacked with a shoe knife hammerWhile the victory of the Republicon party Garret A Vandorcn cousin of Vice Presidentelect Hobart was killed by the explosion of a cannon at Hightstown N J Miss Fannie Viola Finnegan of Spen cur Mass committed suicide at a hotel in Jacksonville Fla She left a note for an undertaker requesting to bo buried in the clothes sho woro with the pistol in handMrs M Castle tho wealthy San Francisco woman who was arrested In London England some time ago char ged with shoplifting leas been sentenced to three months imprisonment but was pardonedafter serving a few days A colored man named Johnson who who bad recently been discharged by his employer in Pennsylvania entered tho house and ransacked it but was discovered before ho got away and paid the penalty by receiving a load of buckshot which resulted in death Cap Hatfield and his stepson Joseph Glenn were captured in tho mountains of West Virginia last Friday while asleep in a ravine They murdered three men on election day and for this crime they were hunted down Hatfield was ono of the leaders of his faction when they battled with the McCoys several years agorA Galveston Texas young lady who was disappointed in lovo advertises for Ira rich and handsome young man who knows how to mend a broken heart It is safe to predict that her money is thrown away ou the card Handsome young men who are capable of patching up her lacerated feelings there may be but rich and handsome ones not many I 1A young Metbod t preacher from 1 t I I J 1 r 11 l Ij Flaaders N J was bed 10 in the police court at Washington D C the other day for breaking a small piece of marble from the Washington monument When asked why be did it the divine said his wife wanted a relic to remind them of their first visit to the national capital They were on their wedding tour A few days ago a man in Cincinnati was married to the materialized spirit of his dead sweetheart The room says a local exchange was darkened the bride spirit floated out of the cabinet and the spirit of a minister performed the ceremony not forgetting to pocket his fee The ghostly bride then dsappeared and the bridegroom went home He will continue to sew on his own buttons as heretofore Increasing la Demand Hoods Sarsaparilla iis the only blood purifying medicine prominent in the public eye today The truth of this statement is abundantly proved by the unprejudiced testimony of druggists and dealers at the present time Through a long series of years these men have handled Hood Sarsaparilla and they have all seen scores of other medicines come to the surface at frequent intervals and then disappear forever while Hoods Sarsaparilla has continued to be increas ingly in demand What is the reason for this unparalleled success It is simple plain easily stated and easily understood It is this Pure rich bood is the basis of good health and Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies and enriches the blood This sentence tells the whole story This fact explains the wonderful cures made by Hoods Sarsaparilla and it is the reason for those marvelous Utica of relief from suffering which have been told from one endof this continent to the other and even far across the sea Hoods Sarsaparilla iis tin only blood purifier This is why Hoods Sarsaparilla cures when all other prepa rations and prescriptions fail The Toledo Weekly Blade Every intelligent family needs in addi tion to their local paper u gond national weekly The greatest and most widely known general family newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade For thirty years it leas been a regular visitor in every 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