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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z y U 1 i 6 rt r l I j THE H HERALaTfishedStory His Continent by Max ORell t t COOPER Owner and EditorgpENCER + tor a Noisy World With News From All NationsA XumbrInK at Hit Back a 1100 A YEAR AlwayaIn A alt r- It TWELFTH YEAR I HAZEL r t a s GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY r DECEMBER 17 r 1890 NUMBER 88 imington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 I t WEST BOUND = o 5 STATIONS IN ex x I1Y I I Lexington 10 00 am 4 35 pm Avon 0 31 11m 3 5a pan Winchester U 10 um 2 25 pro Fairlie 8 54 urn I 2 00 pm Indian Fids 8 87 nm 1 10 pm Clay City 8 19 am 11 40 aro Stanton 8 10 nm 11 20 nm oUoni 55 am 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 am Nit Bridge 7 38 am 10 07 am Torrent 7 24 am 0 35 am Betttrv f Jo 7 03 am 8 25 am Three Fib C 6 53 nm I 8 00 am Athol 0 32 am 7 18 am Elkatawa 0 08 nm 6 30 nm Jackson 0 00 nm 6 10 am EAST BOUND No 6 STATIONS No2 Dally ex lil SundayI Lexington 2 20 pm 0 30 am Avon 2 47 pm 7 08 lun- it Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 nm jJalrlle 3 21 pro 8 54 am Indian olds 3 37 pm 9 24 am relay City 3 55 pm 11 15 am t pmtr Dundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm i Nat Bridge 4 37 pm1l 1 2G pm tr Torrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm Beattyve Jo 5 1I11m 3 05 pm 1 Threetks C 5 26t pm a 25 pm Athol 5 48 pm 4 12 pm Elkatawa 0 12 pm 5 05 pm Jackson 0 20 pm R 20 pm Nos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from CAt 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight I trains arrive and depart from Xcthcrlan- dI J D LIVINGSTON I Vice Ires and Gen Alan fE CIIAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 300 i 800 100 u 1000 700 I 2000 1500 j 10000 7500 e 1J FINE DIAMOND RINGSr 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT i 1000 and upward Alarm Clocks JIU DOc und upward Fine Clocks at 350 and upward- f f A line of Sterling Silver and t I Plated Ware suitable for Wed j ding Gifts at proportionately i low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET NearPO LEXINGTON KY a OIT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUAD lyd 1 vWHITES CREAM Vie i VERMIFUQE FOR 20 YEARS leas lod all WORM Remedies t EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD BY AM DRUGGISTS t ICTUnnIlO tichi ST Lom- ef lt AULBEEM D Physician and Surgeon IeII HAZEL GREEN KY- 1WgUrgery and obstetrics aspecialty iw T COLVIN s WITII RIMBLE BROTHERS raU- i 14 OIesa1eYfOOOfS IJerlCT STERLING KY J The Race Horse Full ninny days hed trod the track A highly rapid spinner stud when they did not hold him back lie would cone out u winner Then when old age had scotched his skill He stiffer grew and leaner They took him to the sausage mill And he cimie out a wiener PLEA FOR THE PRESS Why the People Owe the Newspapers Support The people do not 1ml f appreciate tho press Papers aro more than a convenience they constitute the very oxygen ofa countrys life They educate and inform the mas ses launch and boom public enter prises and devote endless space to the mutual interests of tho wholo people A thousand instances might be given Papers are almost always agitating some scheme for tho pub lic welfare and when after ceaseless toil their efforts are crowned withsuccess their columns are in most instances teeming with praise for tho part played by others whilo the credit duo thom for thoir splen did achievements is never accorded When a gala day of any sort is suggested tho papers advertise it as no other agency could and the result is tho day is a great success Pooplo from all over the country flock to tho city und leave thoir money with the merchants Every business man is thoroforo individ ually profited by tho enterprise of tho papers Besides this ho near ly always gets a personal puff on his float his decorations or his particular part in tho festivities of tho occasion- If a city wants to secure a man ufacturing concern tho papers as usual are called upon to fight tho battlo of industry for tho city If the citizens pull with the papers the enterprise is located and tho city is immensely bonofitted The factory gives employment they pay their bills for tho matter they consume and it starts tho ball of prosperity to rolling Suchentorprisp and public spirit ought to be appreciated It costs a great deal to publish papers and space is all they have to realize from If thou they devote so much of their space freely to the upbuild ing of the country tho people cer tainly ought to lend them all pos sible encouragement and support Tho papers are tho friends of tho people They educate agitate old advertise they teach the people to appreciate enterprise and indus try and to become public spirited and they are the constant guards and agents of prosperity Surely then the people owe them support Indeed tho support of the press scorns a moral obligation tho neg ligonco of which would bo little short of a crime Business mon owo it to tho pa pers to advertise Private citizens owo it to the papers to become subscribers It pays to patronize tho papers if it wore not a duty Money spout in advertising is ju rticiously spent is always a paying investment Why not then give to tho papers the support which you owe them and which would actuallr be to your interest from a business standpoint to give Knoxvillo Journal ANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN ifor women to travel for responliblc el- tabllshed house In Kentucky salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position ermanent Reference Enclose selfaddres 8tarJ1u1ldingChicago IN The Future Contest Tim fight of 1890 is lost But if thoso who bewail the cause of the peoplo will stop and consider how tho victors dread tho battle of 1900 thoir gloominess will change into heartinspiring cheerfulness A good many believe that tho g o p won by applying the corruption fund whore it lid tho most good Now while money was a great factor in tho campaign it did notI decide tho contest If it had it would bo no use for the people to renew tho fight for it is clear to every observing man that in four years henco tho trusts and com bines for obvious reasons will have more money at their command than ever But tho people have no cause to despair seeing that the victors are ill at ease in spito of their makebelief of hav ing won a groat victory They expected Bryan to bo crushed and hors do combat Instead of that ho rises like a giant stronger than over eager for tho fight and confi dent of victory And well may ho boorho cause of tho peoples do feat was the undemocratic admin istrntion of Cleveland which turn ed away moro than enough Repub lican votes to elect Bryan In four years ponce tho gO p will bo loaded down by just such an incu bus hut his name will ho McKinloy When Cleveland quit tho office on his first term ho loft a full treasu ry and everything in tiptop shape It appeared like spreading a banquet for tho hungry Republicans to feast upon Notwithstanding these advantages they wore totally defeated four years later Now if they could not manage tho ship of state to tho satisfaction of tho peo plo when thoy had the very best of a start how will it como out now when Cleveland loaves thom a leg acy of bad debts a deficiency of income instead of a surplus a con dition they cannot remedy without putting more burdens on tho over taxed poop Ie Besides this tho money lords who furnished tho ammunition for tho campaign will ask and receive moro privi logosProtection then will ho rosorted to as tho cureall a plaster to cover all sores and ailments for by that wo mako tho foreigner pay the duty Now is it not strange that wo can mako tho foreigner pay tho duty when at tho same time wo cannot make him look half way favorably on our pot schomo of free coinage of silver Will our Republican frionds rise and explain this discrepancy The money powor claimed all along that it needed only the election of McKin ley to bring on prosperity allover the country NoW if this prosper ity is liko some eclipses that aro invisible in this country then tho g o p will lay tho blame on the Democratic party because they dont stop tho agitation for froo silver So I adviso tho peo ple to clip freely from the gold organs while they aro making such high claims for McKinloy and Republican policy Now is tho timo to store up your ammunition Dont relax in that duty for tho next throe years and in tho fourth you will carry everything beforo youDo not bo fooled because there are some more mills opened These manufacturers aro in compactwith tile g o p They causo an overproduction during Republican e tA j a- alld Yr and during a presidential campaign they shut down under the plea that a Democratic victory would menace or ruin thoir business but in reality to soIl off thoir surplus stock In Europe tho people aro hold down by bayonets In this country they are simply fooled that is part of them Tho real truth is that manufacturers never stop in their business When they quit manufacturing goods then they manufacture tho very oppo site of it that is lies How long will pooplo of tho United States bo ruled over and fooled by the last named article Tho people need more schooling A lesson ov ory four years is not sufficient Lot us havo a chance at tho polls every year or else tho right to eject traitors from olicoE Erbo in Cincinnati Enquirer How the President Is Chosen Under the Law Major McKinloy will not be vo tod for as president of the United States until Monday January 11 1897and tho electoral votes will not bo ofIicinlly counted and tho result odicially declared until Mon day February 10 less than It mouth before tho inauguration Tho con stitution 1loaves it to congress to determine the day on which tho presidential electors shall givo their votes Tin law of 18J5 pro vided that tho electors for each stato should meet and give their votes tho first Wednesday of De comber This date stands in tho revised statutes edition of 1878 and that is probably what has mis led our contemporary and producod its premature announcement Tho law of 1815 however has boon superseded by tho act of Feb ruary 8 1887 which will bo found in volume 1 of tho supplement to the revised statutes on page 525 This provides that tho electors of each state shall moot and givo their votes the second Monday in tho January noxt following thoir appointment at such placo in each state as the legislature of such stato shall direct Tho certified returns for each state are transmitted by messenger to tho president of tho senate or to tho secretary of state in case tho president of tho senate is not in Washington On time second Wednesday of February at one oclock tho two housos of congress moot in joint session in tho hall of tho house of representatives Tho president of the sonato opens tho certificates and after the votes have been counted by tollers two for tho senate and two for tho house tho result is declared by the prosidont of tho senate Thou and not until thonwill Major McKinley and Mr Hobaat bo elected Technically and theoretically there is nothing to prevont tho 447 presidential electors from voting unanimously for John Smith of OshkoshN Y Sun A western exchange says that a practical revivalist requested all in tho congregation who paid their debts to rise The rising was gen oral After they hud taken their seats a call was made for those who didnt pay their debts and ono solitary individual arose who explained that ho was an editor and could not because tho rest of tho congregation were owing him thoir subscriptions Tho editor of THE HERALD is in the same boat with that man and subscribers should eee that he is not swamped I t 0 N ryM S s- Twicea Week GowierJosnut Beginning the first of tho noFYy year tho Weekly CourierJournal of Louisville Ky will bo changed to the Twicoaweok CourierJour nal It will bo published Wednes day and Saturday mornings Tho paper will bo six pages or twelve pages a week instead of ton pngoa weekly as at present an increase of 832 columns of matter during tho your Tho Wednesday issue wijl bo devoted exclusively to news and politics while tho Saturday issue will bo strictly a family pad per filled with stories miscella ny pictures poetry sketches etc The politics of tho papor willnot bo changed and tho battle for pure Democratic principles will 1s i continued successfully in the fu turo as in the past In spite of tho expense involved in tho im provements noted tho price of tho Twicoawook CourierJournal will remain tho same one dollar a year with liberal inducements to agents or old subscribers who send in now ones A feature during tho com ing year will bo tho editorials of Mr Henry Wattorson on political anti other topics of tho daypUp goes wheat For which wo are sorry as it increases tho price of broad Up go ocean rates That does not affect us as wo proposo to steer clear of water Up goes whisky Very sad in deed as wo proposo to put it down Up goes milk Still more sorry for on it wo wore raised Up goes coal Worst of all for now we need moro of it to keep us warm In the summer time wo can shuffle along without it ox copt to cook our scanty meals Tho uppor pooplo must bo taught to como downSontinel Democrat Columbia Calendar tor 1897 Tho twelfth annual issue of tho Columbia pad calendar has madoSits appearance in more pleasing form than over before having scattorod through its daily loaves many charming illustrations with an appropriate thought or verso for ouch day in tho your Tho 1807 calendar contains a uniquo arrangement of dates that will prove very helpful and conve nient to busy moo and plenty of space is allowed for memoranda so that tho block may bo used as a diary or in any event will become a storohouso of the many littlo things one desires to bo reminded of day by day One feature of tho calendar is its neat stand so arranged that the block can either bo used upon the desk or hung upon tho wall Tho calendar can bo obtained for five 2cont stamps by address ing tho Calendar Department of time Pope Manufacturing Company at Hartford Conn Tho following is clipped from tho Newport Ark Nowsro wonder if any other placo in Jack son county Arkansas has a regularly organized prayer mooting composed of littlo girls ranging in ago from four to twelve years Tuckerman has 0110 The little girls hold their meeting every Sun day evening Some of tho sweet est prayers we hear fall from the4iTMlips of those little tots What is to prevent Hazel Green front having a similar organizationf v Remember the Lords injunciioa abput1 littlo children + IIr rF tL jy r- av 7j J 0 Jol P i 0 i it 4- r T fd 4 Y ta r l pYy tfie HERALD i ePENOER COOPER PuD1tAss BAZCL QgSICNt i i flt t- OME CJURlbUS CALCUllATldNS Slid Thing Cupabln of UemnnitnUlon by 81plllIroCII Homo very old printing thut will Brought to light the other day contains pttrioua suggeutjonH for making certain calculations that will interest many woplc Ono of the suggestions runs to fac effect that u person may ascertain la rate of walking by the aid of n tying with a piece of lend nl one end oft The string should bo knotted at Distances of 41 feet which distance is the 120th part of an KngliMi1 mile and earl tho same proportion to a mile that half n minute bears to an hour Jf the traveler when going at his iisiiul gait drops the lead letting the string klip through his hntld the number of knots which have pisw d In half a inln kite indicates tho number of fret he Walks in an hour An easy method of correctly regulat log a timepiece by the stars is suggested ps follows As tho motion of the earth with rev gars to tho fixed stars those that twinkle is uniform timepieces can in n most simple manner be correctly irgnlatcd by the stars with greater facility than by the sun Choose n south Window from which any fixed POlllt- 1IIIIh as n chimney side of a building tit1 may ho seen To fie side of the s window attach n piece of n cardboard having n small hole in It In such a man lier that by looking through the hole toward the edge of tin elevated object Moue fixed star nutty be seen The progress of the star must be watched and the instant if vanishes behind the fixed point thef observer must note the exact time it dlmippomH The following nightI the same star will vanish behind the stuns object three minutes and liy six seconds sooner If a timepiece marks nine oHoek when tho star vanishes one night the follow Jug night it will Indicate I lira minutes nod fiftysix seconds less than nine If the timepiece be faster or slower than Ihr indication of the star then it huts gained or loU the indicated difference If several cloudy nights fnllow Ihut first observation of the star 111M only IICCCK Hiiry to multiply three minutes and Klflyslx seconds by the number of ditytn thatl have elapsedI skit till u huInllon and the product deducted from the hour the clock Indicate the first night clear enough for the second observa thou gives the tithe the clock or watch night to Hhow The came star can only jjo observed during a few weeks for a 1 it gains nearly an hour in n fortnight It will In n short time ensue to Ithe merid Inn In proud daylight andl become in Visible JIn making Ithe observation care must lie tnken thai n planetI IH tint chosen iiiKloni of a star Additional the fact that hit light of fixed stars twinkles while tmat of planets is steady because retired I n mire menus of distinguish fug hcwccn hem IIs to first wntch n certain 4tlllrHIIcut Itt by Torn few nights If If chrnges KK place with regard to the other stars itt IH n planet share till fixed Mars appear to maintain till Name eel mitt positions with regard to earl oilier Detroit Itt Press Tlgrr Truth u Pool In LIUK h Ono of the old time monsters that roamed over thU part of the North American cortlncntI in the early ages uf geology Inhabiting nil tint vast scope which lies between Ithe Mlusts hlppl and tthe Rocky mountains wax the sabertoothed tigrr lie was prob ably twice the size of nutty member of the eat tribe now exist Ing and had env nine teeth each a foot In length Imllet1 like sabcrn or curved knives each tooth hnvlni n sawlikeI edge hey Ilived at the same time theI masto don the gigantic sloth nod the meg ntltcrla did and are believed to have lieen n grout factor In the extermina tion of host gigantic vegetable benslH In some portions efslho region Inhab ited by the sabertoothed tiger It was much more abundant thou In others Northern nnd eastern Texan appears to liuvo been one of its favorite hit II II ts In the localities mentioned the teeth the only portions of Its remains that are now found have been picked up by tJio dozens In one iplace in southern Oklahoma two of the saberllko teeth cf one of these monsters were found In tiluking a well One WItH found IP feet under ground and tier other a Y feet l deeper St Louis lUpublle a i At n Low tliti t City Man on a rural jnuuttc you going to have an agricultural exhibi r flout here this year harmer nlIuo Im frald not Mosiot the old ladles wlmtmnkcsqullH is died off and theroalnt a decent race how In the country N Y Weekly London Origin tie great city at London divested of fable began on live bank of the Thames rs anrrounded on all tides except the rivet by a bulwark ol orett InutSItreed with swatupB atdllarlrtrrohc on an island of the Seine with a protecting wall pt water nil around N Y Times Concord Massj whore the battle I was fought between the British anti- t Americans ia 49 miles from the Atlas E tic coftat and CO mUcH northwest ol 1tMtoa r L t SsVltlT y fat rear Y- n + h j PJlAQTIQAgQUEsTioNS t I A Few rrwItlentKtPct ct McKinley Will I 1 ilnvo to Answer In his great campaign upecch of ISO Presidentelect McKinley roasted Pros Went Grover Cleveland for ids Inane fury policy In these vords During all Ills CMvelunda yearn at tho i bend of tho government ho wan Imhonor lug ono of our precious metals one of our own great productions discrediting silver and enhancing thu price of gold Ho endeavored even before has Inaugurii I tlon to office tu stop alto colmtgu of I dollars and afterwun1 and to the IhcrII his udmlnlHtrutlon persistently used his I1 power to that end I Ho was determined to contract tlio lIIff culating medium and demonetize one of tutu i coitus of commerce limit tho volume oi j money among tho people miiko money I I scarce and tnereforu duet ho would huvu IncriiisoiJ tho value ot money unit dimin shed tau value of cvurythliiK cUe money the in imttr everything vltv HH Hcrvant- Ho was nut tnlnKiiiR of tho poor then i Ho had left their side lie was not standing uji in their defonnu Cheap coats client lulior and dear money ilia sponsor und promoter of those proteasing to annul guard over tho poor tutu lowly was there ever more Klurlng Inconsistency or reckless uHvuniptlunlHo that poverty In a blessing to bo pruinotiMl and encouraged and thuta tmrlnHiiuu In tutu value or overyiiiuio Jilt money id a unusual benediction r ow Villiiuu Alcivmley is to be luau gurated in March on tutu sume plat form nnd with the sumo policy ns tint which Cleveland has supported during two ull tltWbtlOJlIlaI mined to contract the circulating me dium and demonetize ouc of the coins jf commerce 1 Is he detormlned to linn the vol tine of money among the people make money scarce and therefore dear I Will he increase tho value of money III nnd diminish the value of everything CIHC money the Muster everything else the servant Will he forget the poor Will ho leave their side Will he refuse it stand up in their defense floes he believe in cheap coats cheap labor ami dear money 1 floes lie believe that poverty is n blessing to be promoted nnd encouraged nnd that n shrinkage in the value of everything but money is a national benediction I These arc practical questions Wil liam McKinlcy The people will watch with interest to see whether you as president walk in the footsteps of Cleveland andt Carlisle at the bidding of Hanna and Dopew or have the manhood to break loose front the bonds of plu pcople1liutenpolis A SHORT CATECHISM iiTpcl ot irro CnlmiK m rnrmrr sad Miner QWont will be the effect of free coinage to the fll r1ll- crAIt will raise the price of every thing he has to sell while his fixed charges will not be advanced This will enable him to pay the latter without so great an expense of labor It will also give him n surplus after his fixed charges and expenses have been paid This will enable him to live mure nearly I us a white noun should Farm prop erly will also bo restored to its former value and n ready market created for those who want to sell QIIow would it affect the mining industryA the scone way as that of farm ing With the exception of gold the prices of nil commodities would bend anced Tin increased industry nail general prosperity which would follow the rise in priced would increase the de mand for everything nosed Also for raw materials of all kinds Jollhl till silver miner be bene fited more than others ANo while he would bo the first to feel the benefit on the long run his Iinterestt in the remoiictlntlon of silver is no greater than that of nay other in dusty All will be benefited alike by tho rise in prices Western Itural A SIMPLE PROPOSITION Its Truth SIUIhlrntIrlCI of Silver Under Ilin Slirrnmn IHY- H the Sherman sliver law which wo nted only n limited demand for the white metal increased the value of silver bullion In the market why will not a law creating an unlimited demand for the silver product still further valiance the value of that metal Thenmountof sliver the government was obliged to Ipurchase under that law was limited it was not compelled to coin this silver freely nut put It Intu circulation it was not compelled to coin it on private ac count it was simply obliged to purchase a certain quantity of silver And yet this law creating n very limited demand sent up the price of silver bul lion in the market IB it not in accord with common sense to believe that a law compelling the government to coin nil tho silver brought to its mints free uf charge and to deliver tho money HO coined to the owner of the bullion ia it not wo nay in accord with common ncnsc to believe that n law thus creat ling an unlimited demand will so en linnco the value of silver bullion ns to make every 371V4 grains of pure sliver worth 100 cents the value today of that amount of silver in coinIling liamton N Y Leader lulll Oppresses loIhor When merchandise is tho cheapest men are the poorest nail tho most ills tressing ttxpcrlcucca in the history of our countryaye in nil human history have been when everything was the goldItlcareat measured by labor William McKluley from speech In house of rep rwutativca Nav 71800 J yr7 q i THE CASE ifcTAi lJh UUt of the Argument of the 3101IClanelal lists and HlmctaUliU The act of 1873 demonetizing silver substitutes au a measure of property values the single gold standard lor the double standard of gold und silver or in other words substitutes gold mono metallism for gold and silver bimetal lism Whether this condition shall con time Is the paramount economic quell dayI1I111sII contend that gold Is the only icliuhlo standard of values that bimetallism us a double standard of value h as impossibleI us the co rqual measurement of length by two jyutdsticks of different extent that the toy uf transporting given amount of gold coin u given distance is less than the cost of transporting the same amountof sliver coin t he same distance that gold may bo moro conveniently used in large business transactions than silver that the worlds output is now cud probably will be equal to the propI er needs of the worlds business and that under these circumstances there turn to the bimetallic standard would be reactionary anti in that revolutionary und disastrous This curtailed of digression nnd dilution is the substan tint argument of the monometallism On the other hand the blmetnlllst contends that the argument of his adversary is not only speculative and as sumptive but Is contrary to the evi deuce ot experience lie cites tho pregnant fact that the use of gold and silver as a double standard is of im memorial ditto that the prescriptive or statutory law of ages validated it that it marked the transaction from j I the exchange of commodities in kind to their exchange through the agency of monty tthat comparably while the nether limbs of time tutor reciprocally help each other to move and balance their common burden so the double metallic standard hits concurred in lidI jesting nail accelerating the progress of mankind from the fright of savagery to the light of eivlliatiun lie insists that while gold IIs ruttier the money of the few and the rich silver is the more accustomed money of the com mon people Silver sits the current money among the merchants of ant Iqut ty Jeremiah the prophet one of Gods chosen people bought the flout of Hanaamcel from his uncles son that was in Anathotto and weighed him the money 17 shekels of silver nnd subscribed the evidence and sealed it Daniel Webster an acknowledged statesman nnd expounder of the eon Htitution of the United States denied the power tlf congress under that in strument to discard or discredit either guild or silver as a money metal The blmetalliKt admits that the worlds output of gold humus much III creased since ISIS and that it hay Leer supplemented in part by checks drafts and other paper devices for the liquidation of debts but he denies tint all this is KUlllcicnt to satisfy the proper needs of the vastly Increased business of the world And he points to such liisulllcieney ns the real cause of the great appreciation of gold as money nndI the consequent decline of the priccs of every kind of property particularly the prices of the products mutt wages of labor In short he imputes to the deficient supplyof gull as money the present worldwide paralysis ot human af fairs with its attendant distress and discontent of the industrial and toiling masses lie denies that this condition would have happened butt for the law of 187l nnd kindred macs which by crippling the use of slher as money arrested its full use as such through out the world und to prove this he contrasts Ithe monetary conditions be fore mild after the passage of those laws prosperity before want with iicnnclng famine after The blmetnlllst denies that the cost of transporting equal amounts of gold and sliver is unequal because in point of fact the cost of transporting etch Is nted by its value not by its weight mid In this connection he insists that the Inconvenience of using silver in Sargit transactions IH practically obvi rated by the common use of drafts cheeps and other paper accessories of money instead of money itself which in such transactions is usually re served for the final redemption of such necessarIes The bimetallism Insists that gold monometallism tends to concentrate the power of money in the lands of n few anti to constitute them n moneyed aristocracy anti cites ns proof of the fact that already has compara tively few of the population of this country amassed tho bulk of its wealth nnd arc using it covertly if not openly to control the suffrages of the masses and the policies of the government Succeeding a govern lapseintoHo insists that bimetallism menus more money and a more equitable dis tribution of it among Its creators that It means n revival of tho topes nail energies of time masses In harmony with individuality and manhood in harmony with popular RocrnltlcntnIgovernment of the people bj the peo ple and for the people Illinois State I Register told iii tlkfl Clrcuiiutattcrft If gold had Leon demonetized in 1873 instead of silver it would have depre dated in value as measured in silver just us much ns silver has depreciated ID vatic as measured in gold Philadel phia Item r I a FLUCTUATIONS OK UULD w Absurd Claim ofthTAiUnmUJi of the Single Standard If gold were a thing always stoutly In supply equal in quantity to the dc maml for Its use land therefore Imnrl uble In value there would be nobody of sense to make objection to its ex clusive employment ns primary money The advocate of the single standard habitually IISSI1 nit that gold possesses all I the qualities of ideal money Were the metal directly under the care of Divine Providence for the good of man kind higher Halms could not be made for it Hostility to silver on the other hand is largely based on the assump lieu that it Is variable in supply and therefore fluctuating in value As u mutter of historic fuel silver is by tar the more stable metal In recent years silver measured by gold has fallout to about half Its former price Cold fluctuates too but it newer de iecndn below its value at the mint where unlike silver it nutty be freely tad without limit turned Into coin Doth metals answer like other com modltics to the law of supply and dc mand For illustration the Heralds report of the London money market yesterday contained this hit of ordi nay news The demand for her gold at this point has fallen oft und tho price IIIIH declined another onehalf pence lint silver was unchanged The opposition to silver ns standard money is n thing of the past three Ice ndes From the time when men begun to use moneyup to 10 years ago it was the real measure of valuesI throughout tune world because of Its Mipcriority to gold in point of stabil- Ity The fluctuations of gold have been enormous Prof Jevons estimates that the value of gold fell 10 percent from 17SO to 1S09 and by 18VJ hind ad vanced 115 per edit That the CitIifor niiin and Australian discoveries caused another full of M percent Sited 1871 gold his risen In Ithe judgment of monetary authorities no less than 85 per cent The closing of the mints of 1 Europe tad the United States to silver siiillcicntly accounts for this latest ap preciation in the value of gold Meas tired lby that metal silver has depreci tiled greatly but tint more than have the great staples An ounce of silver will purchase still ns much of the nec essaries of life as it would in 1873 an ounce of gold will purchase twice as muchi Were silver renionctied and gold de monetled the metals would change phee for it is tlto mint demand which fixes theircommercial prier When the mint of India was shut against silver in ilune ISICI the price dropped in three days in the London market from SJ cents an ounce to CH cents That fuel is a conclusive answer to those who contend that legislation cannot affect the value of the precious metals Xo one who has informed himself of the consequences to the worldI of the demoiutiatlon of silver the full of prices the stagnation of industry the paralysis of commerce the swelling of the unityor the unemployed doubt the follyor the experiment Bill h met als err not more than nlneientI for money needs tutu the demands of tin arts demonetizing silver lies con traded tie worlds metallic currency by half and the results that inevitably flow from contraction iealllietingits Ilea Is not enough gold to go roundI The1 nations lire competing for iii mans session and the sharper the competi limn becomes the more will gold appre elate The proposal that till Initcd States vhnll renuuietic silver is simply a pro groundfrontn proposal which humus on its side good sense the monetary experts of highest repute and the munitions of our disas trous experience with the single gold standard X Y Journal The KliMtlnn nnil Silver It is probable that the majority of shivers supporters voted In the late vice lion for Mr iJrynn At the sumac time wo have no doubt very miny of them voted for Maj McKiniey llrynn stood and now stands fur the rcstorntion to silver of its oldti powerbythe government of the United States MeKinlcy stood und now stands for the mnoiwliuition of the white metal If we can obtain the assurance of the petit theyshilpee ple have by their votes decided for the title at leastto act upon the littler It is upontheex pectation of the pcoieLd the Incoming government at Washington rotenationalsys ten whereby tho finances of the world be aitchthisact Until either this Is done or ojsc the blttloIyI ItIlastlugI Tim Power of IhrFuw There Is free uuwYhcnprlylogoconstitutiondcslgued shallImvefewtowclfnrInnnllutToloJ Iton4AwortlUorc I hearingtold I 4- r a t THE WAY IT ISM 1wo IICHUOIIH Annw edDulone4t tent and r rlt7 ExiiUn tL A subscriber nslis what IIftcant t aherluthe silver dollar in circulation atthatIIIuf tj WhltIIccIIi tty with etch other while the ratio ofi their commercialI value an uuttfoi Ii hot till tes Strictly Kpaklng the silver dollar was nut demoncticd by the act of itd73 rl1IICHlglllltltlgt omitted tin standard silver dollup and definitely ouster the gold duller as the unit of value The standard silver dol lar oi llUVi grains was dropped tram the ofliclal list of coins but the out standing silver dollars were ns good na they ever were They Were not dtltlone tlcd at nil The net which dropped the standard sliver dollar front the list of coins which the mutts were authorized to win nuthorled the coinage of what containing4Uthey were a legal tender up to five dol mars In July 1870 the legal tender quality of the trade dollar was discon tinued by an net of congress Tlio net of February 1878 rein stated the standard silver tiollur412- 1grainsit tho list of cots und made It legal tender for all public trod private debts without limit Coinugo of silver dollars under this net was restricted There could not be coined more than 1000 worth nor less titan 000 worth per month of the purchase cost of the bullion In July 1800 the act of 1876 wns partially repealed by the Sherman silver purchase act which authorized thu purchase of 4500000 ounces of silver monthly if so much was uttered mad to pay for the name in treasury notes to be issued fur that purpose and redeemable on demand in coin Un der this act y000000 ounces were lobe coined each mouth for one year und afterward only so much as might be necessary to reticent notes issued for IheI payment of bullion The net of 1893 repealed the purchasing clause of the Sherman net leaving the treasurer free to coin such amounts as he might deem xpcdicnt Tin right to coin silver dol lots conferred by the net of 1S78 was novel repealed The right to buy bul liun to coin was taken away lint the real effect of the net of 1873 and the subsequent tots was to make the silver dollar token money and re dccmnhlu in gold which the act of 1873 made tutu unit of value Sliver dollars are a legal tender in tiny amount for alt public nnd private debts and they arc sot directly redeemable In gold nnd rightI there tho joker will be found On the face of thu several nets eohVis the redemption moneyOf the nation which would appear to mean that both lit either gold or silver could be paid in liquidation of claims against the gov ernment but appearances aru very de ling in this case The law Itself makes no distinction between gold and silver notwithstanding itexpressiy pro vides that the gold dollars shall be the unit of value lint the purpose of the invention of the several laws was to put the country upon a gold basis and it is done by Curl through the word parity which is sunder joker Vow its to what Keeps gold and silver on a parity with each other while the ratio of I their commercial value fluctu ales In the first place for the toast part the powers at WashingtonI since ISI have been tutu still are determined 10 hold the country upon the gold stand ard lint knowing that thud people vould nut submit to it unless the scheme WIIH adroitly covered np they have resorted to trickery They dls credited silver long ago but to keep the a people quiet the silver dollar has been i maintained at a purity with gold by making the people believe it to be oi good IIH gold because it is u legal ten der As a matter of fact n sliver doK lar is a legal tender because there Is Kld dollar behind it it Is tot u legal lender on its own merit and this Is the way the scheme works The government does not directly ex change gold for silver but it gives Its creditor the right to say which metal he will accept pay in und gives to its debtor the right to say which nictul he will settle in Thus n man owing the government shy 10000 many pay in silver and then emend the 20000 which tin government owes him In gold This maintains the parity np parcntly hut It does not do so in fact for the government permits those with whom It does business to have n prefer ence and thus helps them to discrim inate against sliver Chips would do quite ns well as silver If the govern aunt would take them III payment for claims due it if it would continue to pal gold for claims against it So silver U maintained on n parity with gulch Ibt cause the government surrendered Its option to pay either gold or silver which means that gold Is the rcdeulthas money of the country Were the ffov eminent to exercise its right to pay Is either gold or silver that moment sir ser would be on n parity with gold but the volume of redemption money wouW be too largo for the money syndicate to corner and that IK exactly whnttne gold stnndardltcs want to p cvcltt1 Angeles Herald rrcpdomM HtliriitarUit V lieu freedom froritither inoimt rJII heights unfurled her standard to tld ItytheItem 4 u A I tii r- Fa jrPr I r 4- i fFII1ARMINGR1WODEXCELLENT trtur That In Hired to Hold All this roriH IHIJUOHI n r X 6Jiiiore convenient building can bo reeled upon a farm than u good roomy tool shed where nil farm machines und fljallj tools can be huused from the eathcr while thel owner has the ns turanco that he can put his hand at moments notice upon any implement l that may 1 c needed without the neces ltyof hunting through half n dozen t a Buildings to find the tool desired Qn Ithe aycrnge farm the tools lire either left out of doors for lack of n place to put- S t theln or are crowded ntti t Into any nook or cornet that cnn be found often I J tobcfn the wnj for the next six months 1 The occompnnyfng l1Iust1lttion shows a cheaply built toolhoiife that Is fitted flto hold all tho farm tools and imple l 111tCbts providing also In one end n rt ti i ralr or ellrpcntcty shop Three sets g of double doors are provided both in d front and opponltu these in the back side so that a machine can be driven I- nrut one side the horses unhitched and t driven out the other side leaving the i machine ready to bo hitched onto the t next day and drawn out without turn ROOMY TOOL SHED Ing It n lOut There is no cJiamber in the building but there is ample storage room above the cross tics to pile away lumber or tune hundred anti one things lbit need to be kept from the weather rA part of the space could be floured prcr at one end to provide a place for sleighs owl sleds during the summer months a hook being placed conven fcntly in the rhtlge pole for a pulley block to use In hoisting them Into place Jf Ydribune t PROTECT THE HOGS Some Important JuclorM In Itriltiolnt the IOHH from Cholera Hog cholera is prualent in many harts of the country and every clliirt possible should be put forth to Jessiii its ravages A W Hitting of the Indiana experiment station says that Indiana last year lost 580200 hogs by disease entailing a property loss of three and a quarter million dollars Nearly the entlnyloss was due to cholera and swine plague It wius distributed as follows In 232 townships the less was from ten to twenty percent in 127 from Oto1O per cent in 50 ftOlIt1II to 10 Iper cent n53 from 40 to f U per cent in 21I from SO to GO per cent in 12 from GO to 70 iper rent and in one 771x11 cent while the remainder lost lest than ten per l tent of all the lungs that were produced An important factor in reducing the provideProprI attack or laving apparently made a expoedytoiruugh weather Any sled which will seep off the rain and break the wind Is sufficient The floor should he dry but little bedding is needed mud Ithat re liltcrandbeddhnglidded so that crowding iis impossible unJafornWerick hogs He says the essentials In reventlon are good food pane water toil clean dry quarturh The cost of jrotccting the hogs from Inclement leather need not be great Dont neg j grlcultareTRUE THEN AND NOW I JhuuIJgooU ram as follows ills head ouhl Ixj tine and small lain nostrils yldc and expanded his eyes proud l8t and rather bold or daring cars tlo his collar full from his breast rural euldcrs but tapering gradually nit heutrlihvery l cefnl being perfectly free front any eIrseleaUi r hanging down the shoutI jwbrosd and full which must at the forqnlhnvthetintrodthigli1HlegsPtBhtJly clear frown superfluous skin and jne hairy wool from the knee and Sjjgli downwards the breast broad c ldilegsgirthLthest ofbllowpartomej p full the back and loins broad and straight from which the ribs W rise with a fine circular arch lair Jy straight thin quarters long and 5 St tlh11hlc1loutJwltrebelthehl4JethatBt T reef filarlieWork I k t I H r b tuake Log kilhing aa easy ns- e r t tI SHELTER FOR SHEEP lucrnuetl milts Will IllVery1 am convinced thatamostimnortnnt point In caring for sheep especially theatdrycold unless they are wet They dtsllUn badly The relative prices of farm products und building materials may seem to Ulltn not to permumncntmay put that veryslightwill shelter I give herewith n cut showing plan of bent of such a struc tare Where post timber Is plenty use InehcInbuildingbutposteweresupply material may will determine as be t lhypostsareto wool1Issea settingThey ber anti n very Important point Is to get them set below frost line Eight feet Is high enough for the outside posts unless It is desired to use 1183ormay very vantageouslyl Use timbers enough on spoilIng ture may be made yJ to 10 feet wide The draft shown Is drawn for the for postIt spaces C mire 0 feet leaving space from D to D is feet The braces A A sup porting the ridge pole IP use 0 feet long The roof boards H are 14 feet long For the roof use n good grade of white pine hoards one foot wide let ting theta lap two inches 011 each side Nail securely along the edges plnclii nails not further than two feet apart load clinching theme This will innkt a especluItifeconomy to do Neither hemlock nor any of our hard woods mc satisfactory for a root A anyhewhere it Is plentiful1 i The gable roof zany still be used and the straw held in place by fastening on old hoards llyc strrtw shakes Ithe best roof Corn fodder does well but is ton valuable for feed Ing Ilactose it on nil sides IIt is not ankles SIIID safe to trust tint storms will nevercomo in on the exposed side Ventilation may be provided by small openings at the gables Any cheap lumber may bu used for siding The chief considera Lion Is to have n roof aunt stormbreak Locate it on high ground If possible on the hcward side oTn timhor lot ticwater supply should also be thought of In Its location For convenience in storing feed and distributing manuru from the stable it is well to locate it at u point distant from the other build Ings lint this has its disadvantages III the distance to be traveled to care for the stock Most farmers however would prefer to have such a rough building removed from the public highway If boards are used for roof lay them so that the water will run lengthwise Never put them on as a course of shingles arc lucid Use a two by eight inch joist for plates and purllnes Spike them with the greatest width verticle to the posts Strengthen them with braces long enough to reach nearly one third the distance of span between bents The length rind width of the structure is of course to be gauged by the number of animals to be sheltered and amount of feed to be stored A further determining factor Is the size and character of the animals also whether they are to be confined con stantly or only during storms and nights Pregnant ewes should have more space than lambs and these moro than fattening stock The space thus required per animal will vary from 15 or more square feet down to six or eight if good ventila tion is provided A fattening animal does not need exercise You ask will it pay to build shelter even of this cheap character for sheep Sheep will live outdoors nil winter but taking tho average winter of this latitude I think it will pay to provide shelter for all the locks Ohio Farmer CIlUIU or Had I tut dim When a lot of eggs are examined utter being under n hen the allotted period for hatching the death of the chick should not be ascribed to the hen as situ has done her duty If some of the chicks come out The difficulty is with the eggs the eggs most probably in such eases being laid by fat hens or Imma ture pullets AH a rule all poor hatches are due to the liens Irom which the eggs are produced and not to any fault of the henstlia4 hatchthem as It Is not ah coax mutter to secure perfect hatches 1pir1n4efarflLaI Iliet4S a f Noel l11e Driving I In a paper recently rend before the American Society of Civil Engineers Jrof W II Burr described some experimental pile driving through new stone tilled crib work Nineteen piles were driven Tho crib was 33 feet deep and this piles front 52 feet to CO feet long were sbod with chilled castiron points held on by straps spilled to the pile Tho hammer used in driving wdgha 3500 pounds and the greatest number of blows was 350 There was no dimI catty whatever In driving tho piles anti I there were no failures In the discus ivon following the reading of the paper several other gentlemen gave particu lars of pile driving through loose rock The shoe wed in the work of the New York department is conical the angle of the cone being about 00 degrees Tho base of the cone Is tint and it is secured to the cone by u pin ce hags part of the shoo and let into the end of the pile This tvne of shoe id said to have proved very satisfactory in practice DANIEL BOOiNE A Descendant of the Pioneer Path finder of Tennessee Interviewed by a Reporter lie U u Vlnu Reliever In the KHlcury ol Dr VIIUaiu rink Illli HU- Frlrudn Also Have Used Tlicm With Huntlit Itrrommrmli Them to Others fcooi Uu Journal Cltvthvnlt VViiu SIX miles south of Cleveland Toiin live the lesccMiilcu ts of Duiilcl lloone the pioneer pathfinder of Tennessee and Kentucky Irobanly the oldest descendant of the Im mortal Dntilelin Mr Jack Boone of lllack Fox Htutlou who Is now an old luau seven tyslx yearn of ape lie Iis hold in great vIcinltyhuyhtghcldutvurioustimes ho has tilled with honor Two years ago Mr Boone was reported very ill and Ills faiiilllur fIgure was no longer soon m our streets To the surprise of many u few wrecks ago Mr Boone came to town looking as well ns over mid then ll became retorted thllt IIlI owed his recovery to DI Williams Pink Tills for Pale People To verify this It reporter of tho Juurnnl was sent to Interview Air linnnc and utter a ride of six miles the Imnnnl man found him sitting on Ids porch looking extremely well for u man of hIt yours With U quick linn stop too descendant Ihw do hcundeil tho step tel JItct his visitor and after n fovv prelimlnarv ivinarks the re miylngMr L Ihll Iips stud also by your brnllier that you at irJbnto your ivco weird licnllh and strciiKth to Dr WllllaiiiH Ilnlc Iills nml I would like to hear your version of the tide Well young mini sold Mr Itoonc I dont usually liiivt much to say about uncut elites but thIs is olio that 1 feel 1 rant IpraiseI too highly If you could have seen uio twolvo moalliH ago and look at me now It wonid not lto niwssary for mo to say any tiling lust ask the neighbors about the dimuence And yet I dont feel that I have Bivun tilt sills a thorough test That IB I 11111 still lilting tliiin and feel that I am be tug bonelltotl every tiny Ami while you are down hero yon lull tL lgo by anil HCOOIIU of my neighbors Sir Daniel AtrlikV he Is also taking Dr Williams Pink 1ihsuud- hits boon Kicntly beuolltctl by tlI1III Yos sold Mr tclllo1 am now tak unydaughteror anil being in very bad Jiealth siinerinc from Kiniural debility auld rlicuiiintlam Unit 1 thought 1 would give them a test 1 have only taken a portion of ono box but I ran suit Unit tlioy are nil thus Is clnlmeil for them If my daughter was at homo she could speak even more highly than I can Dr Williams Pink Pills contain lilt till oloinents necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shattered nerve They aro sold In boxes hover In loose form by thin dozen or hundred at ro rents u box or six boxes for WW and innv 1m had of rill druggists or directly by mull from Dr Wlllinms Mcdklno Co Hclicneo tiuly X Y- Diditv tells mo Ill fears his wlfo Is the victim of a misting llllllIIImUWhut Is ItlIIUIUHUI counter Chicago Heconl Cupid the Beggar How Iovc goes a beg King for a little kindly treatment How ninny women turn their backs on the little fellow They give freely of their time and attention to fashion or social pleas urebutsemi to re gard happy wifehood und motherhoodas a mere second ary considera time 1They take no cudofI trouble over the fit of a gown or the success of a dinner party but think they hove no time to bestow upon the health and physical soundness which are absolutely necessary to happy wifehood and motherhood Any weakness or disease of the delicate special organs of her sex totally unfits a wo mar to be a wife or mother It is a womans primary duty to be strong and healthy Iin a womanly way Careful living and judicious treatment will certainly and completely eradicate these delicate complaints A complete and practical treatise on this subject with careful professional advice and suggestions for selftreatment are contained In The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser by R V Fierce M D chief consulting physician of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute Buffalo N Y This loocpage Illustrated look will be sent pa perbound absolutely free for toil of watt tnfOHljffai onecent stamps orclot bound for 31 stamps Address Dr Pierce as above Dr Pierce has given a lifetime to the study of womens diseases and has had as fistticulafGeldPrescription is a perfect and scientific remedy for diseases of theTentimnq brgatif It is the only medicine devised for this particular purpose by an educated and skilled physician It Is a positive and permanent cure as attested by more tha- nulhlutt rsattdlgto3slnlabiirwC I7 f vti u r t l J 7 + i THANKSGIVING PUDDING Chop half a pound of beef suet fine mix with half a teacup of stale breadcrumbs halt a pound of sugar a tea cup of flour two tcaspoouRful of Clevelands baking powder a gill each of molasses und thick cream n pound of seeded raisins a teaspoonful each of ground mace anti cinnamon and five beaten eggs Stir all together Put In a pudding bag nnd boil for four hours When dorio take up turn out on n largo dish and servo with plum pudding sauce ELIZA n PARKER mydearmen will do tho J OOa1cIINotln thin wormJohnYoukors Hlntcsmau IluiniiSrrkcni lixcuriiloni On November and December 1 and V- 18tllt the riiliiiLn Mihvunlicn t ML Vnnl railway will sell round trip excursion tickets from Chicago to a great many points In tho Western and Boulhwcstcru states both on its own lino and cUowhorp at greatly reduced rates Detail at to rates routc ctu may be obtained on application to any coupon ticket agent orb addressing Gum H IlKAprnun General Passenger Agent Chicago 111 A NfMiirli of youiiRHtcra of this town engaged in u battle tho other day Not a stono was left unturned to make tho affair It MUioss West Union Gazette IisosCnroforl VJ C MlllITllVI VfWllllfllll MasaOct14 trasgiventoUctroltFreeDONT Neglect a Cough l nlo auto hula n Honey of llorohoiiwl and Tar fii fniier IlkoVlootliuehu Drops Cure hi one ndnuW A DiRcoviniv 1vo discovered sonic thing the most fractious broncho cant throw Whats that11 KlRHCH Chat JIST trv n 10c box of discards tho llncst liver and bowel regulator over made CINYKK shots aro whet tell ouo bullet In the bullscyo is worth ten that Just mdss It r vKi Ihhlltlllltlll lltr irMigi G 4 Map of Europe Uvt A1 ttie- oI J W Woe the treat Napoleon waspoi pea tr ted ftoni- Isllamma Nepritt tlon of the KldU that for more than an hour the battle was left to his subordinates with the result that the fortunes of war went against him Had t 1 been known at the time Napoleon need not have been ill at such a supreme moment nor his star auf fend eclipse While all cannot be Napoleons ofaU can be spared the illness which resulted in his downfall i dngliuTu6t lwtilcor pew style imtllci ont kt you t 1U IIIaI lICI 1aUniUtihohadbnrA r Well Machinesami dill JI7OOO worth of drilling with It iBotyoir hero ore IU en will rnhltu louii iiroo atgel when I Inllno thrill Onssliver piuitnrl CIreulnrfree i- LUOUIMAiNtMAN TJ FINOHIusI A N Kli 1031 WHKV 1VJHTIXO TO ADVKRTINKHJI t please tote thin you saw t1 udvrrtU nest In tbli paper jijfi 1 AVERS ARGUMENT 1 ti- r H there iis any reason why you should use any snrsaparilla there iis every reason why you should use Ayers When you take sarsaparilla you take it to cure disease you want to be cured ns quickly as possible tumid as cheaply as possible That is why you should use Ayers it cures quickly tool cheaply and it cures to stay Many o people write usIt r would sooner have one bottle tb of Aycrs Sarsaparilla than three of any other o kind A druggist writes thlltIt one bottle of Ayers will give more benefit than six of any other kind If one bottle of Ayers will do the work of three it 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and In addition you willreceive a Van Vredencopyofburghs exquktte r Our Bench show repreundny a yardof playfulpuppiesshown t above The picture is 10x36 inches and it Is printed in 14 colors in the highest style of the ptattoopnntets orb hsiissuedi Thin premium offer Is only available to subscribers sending their subscriptions nt onceto us direct using the Order Blank below accompanied by a remittance of 2 OUT sins AND nciuivt COUPON pormv ruiio our l Demorest QUb1ihifltioFifvenutoNV i For the enclosed Saoo plcaso sendR1noriAta Family Mafailno for cap year teel at c i I tlio Silver Sutfar Shell tau Van Vredenburglia oilcolor Our AeacbSltoR pl ilutJJs J- U oCoreubySoga yPamluLnf 1n1wwtrJ rrlrrr iw1lawl Mrrwti p- twwxu11 I 1 i 1 I 1 91 t tt f- h I 9 THE HERALD Milan OOOPM WIrI KYIITHURSDAY Doc 17180- 6ANNOUNCEMENTS Wo arc authorized to announce ASA J 1IEKATT ofKzel nun candidate to rcpre j cant the Lcdnlutlvo Dlitrlct of Morgan and t Wolfe inhjcct to the action of the Demo cratic pl1rtyIJ LACONIC LIVE NEWS i TilE Frankfort Argus truthfully assorts that if tho federal state county and city governments will reduco their salary lists to fit the present tinges there will bo no de ficits in tiny of tho treasuries THKIIK will bo no extra session of tho legislature until after March 4 noxt as Governor Bradley has decided that no United States son ator can bo elected at a called session until thor is a vacancy andjj none will occur until that time I IN THE distribution of pie to tho hosts among tho McKinloyites in Kentucky Col Sum Roberts willc hold tho big plato and a moro wor thy caterer can not bo named If wo ran with litho gang and want I ed a slice of pie wo would court Mr Iloburts with nil tho zeal ofn young lover i THE brutality manifested in a game of football is gaining ground all ovor tho country and no doubt it will soon be ostracised from ath lotio sports tho same as prize fight ing Iotitions will ho presented at tin coming session of the Mis souri legislaturel asking tho momI bors to pass an act making it a i felony to play tho quote in that Btato WAILINO tho partner in crime with Scott Jackson must go tho same road as his loader tho court of appeals having decided not to intorforo with the decree of tho lower court Just when those two will hang depends upon tho action of Governor Bradley and ho will probably place tho day of oxocu tion some time in January or early in February SCOTT JACKSON on of tho mur dorors of poor Pearl Bryan at Now port must hang tho court of appeals having allirmod tho decision of tho Campbell circuit court limo decision was handed down by Judge Hazolrigg and ho reviews the case at length It now remains only for tho governor to name tho day of execution when Jackson will oxpinto his crime on tho gal lotsTilE death of Gen Antonio Ma coq commander of tho insurgent forces in Cuba may have tho ton dency to retard tho recognition of Cuba as a belligerent power by tho United States but congress will doubtless do something in that direction very soon The people demand it and are showing their faith in tho independence of Cuba by recruiting men and furnishing moans for that cause Cuba willI bo froo and no mistako Dr Dolls Pino Tar Honey acts as a balm to tho lungs cutting the mucus allaying the inflammation healing and strengthening It is r ureto do you good c nvuotala M yuu horn Thuuelta w 11+ been toj t Ifjlf4 t I i y Y j Tile Bimetallic Girt In order not to conflict with tin entertainment to bo given at Chi academy on tho 24th the moetiiij of the Bimetallic Club set for the aamo date has been changed to Jan 2nd At this mooting tho follow ing named gentlemen will discuss tho subjects designated for thorn Party FealtyDr J A Taulbed What is meant by 1116 to 11 Judgo G B Swango What is meant by Free Silver John M Rose How can Free Silver benoftl tho fnrmorHo Barney Ulan konshipHow can Free Silver benefit tho merchant Secretary Pioratt All Bryanitos or friends of the Now Democracy aro cordially invited to bo present N L WAUB President WOLFE COUNTY Tollver Topics Henry Mannin lost a horse last week by death Stove Brown spent a part of last week on Big Caney Landrum Bros are putting up a store on Buck crook Mack Old field visited on Grassy several days last week Harvey Chonault has moved in to tho house with Mrs Oakley Aaron Mannin of Omor was tho guest of Henry Mannin last week Correspondents send in your weekly missions i Christmas is coining Robert Nickoll closed his school at Laurel last Friday and will en ter tho H G A soon The church at Bethel caught fire Sunday It was oxtinguished before much damage was done Al Dyo has completed the ceil ing of tho school house which adds to tho comfort as well as tho ap pearance of tho houso SeveralI of tho boys took on too munch of thu elixir of life Sunday and were made to realize that most bitterly insignificant eastern malediction 1I May you eat dirt Rev Domino wilt has hind charge of tho Bethel and Point Union churches will leave for an extend ed trip into Ohio in a short timo During his absence Rev JP Lock hartwill havochargeof thochurch es Whathas become of that prom isod prosperity that the Ropub licans and sloughocrats talked of before time election Echo an sworslilt has gono down with Dan McGinty to tho bottom of tho set On last Thursday night Wm Clark Sons storo took firo and was entirely destroyed It is sup posed that it was caused by the reckless use of a match which was thrown near tho oil barrel before night among soma rubbish There was no insurance which makes it a heavy loss to Messrs Clark The storo was much needed in tho vii cinityDoc 15 SHINEH Stlllwater Sprays Gathering corn is about over in this neighborhood There will bo preaching at tho Hurst school houso noxt Sunday James Little of Morgan county was in this part of tho county last weekMrs James Wilson and little son of Oakdalo nro in our midst this week Sam Bailey of Magoffm county passed through her Friday on route to Devils creek J Newt Vaugh and son Morn JudgeWfeont J iiiepla1 Yitlitnlwwbti tae iteeb jJI i f tJ in Kansas for four years is in this neighborhood for a short stay While Lillie Byrd was riding last Friday tho saddle turned and throw her off spraining hor ankle SamWilson has come out agiinst Noah Tibbs as a candidate for matrimony and they are having a hot time The school on Lacy crook which was taught by Miss Louela Byrd closed last Friday Miss Byrd is a good teacher and gave general satisfaction Logo Nickells wife found her baby dead lost Friday The little one hud been sick but sho did not think it serious It lad gono to sloop but it woke up in a fairer landDec 15 Rum MENEFEE COUNTY Trimble Bond Tremors As I have not written to you for some time I will try and send in a few linos to lot you know that I am still in tho land of tho living Henry lose is going to French burg tonight to sort his best girl Wonder who sho is Mrs Elizabeth Goso widow of tho lato Henry Goso died tho other day Sho was 00 years old I think this country is quiet since our defeat but wo aro for Bryan in 1000 as strong as ever John J Burns died Friday at Fronchburg Ho was ono of our best attorneys and all willmiss him Wo anticipate having n big wed ding near Mariba on Chrismas of which I will give you tho details laterShelve Cannoy our Mariba mer chant and Henry Smallwood had a regular old Kentucky knockdown on tho streets Saturday evening Hiram Borders and Miss Dorcas Casslo woro married last Thursday at 2 oclock and you bet wo had a good fine oldfashioned dinner Frank Catron and Sheridan Mil ler returned from Fnirgrango Ill Saturday They say everything is lively out there and are going back soonMiss Stellie Northcutt passed away somo lays since in her 20th year Sho was a school mistress of high standing near Mariba and a most estimable lady Doc 15 DAN PERFECT and permanent are the Hnrsapnrillii be lIenltllrIroWAXTBDSBVKIIAL KAITIIllM MIN for responsible C- htnbllhhlllllIlIlHCI in Kentucky nlnry 780 payable 11 weekly and expenses Position permanent llelerence lKnclose self address HulllllngChlca0 BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DC8IQN8 OOPYRIQHT8 Ac mayquickly antiInomeePatentrecalypeclslSCIENTIFIC AMERICAN I ofBnraelenUne7earLboalDjhQtMUNN A CO SSr Hroadwav New Yrk THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE I Write to T 8 QUINCBT Drawer ISO Chicago seem r tAt of the STAR Acooturr COMPANY for Information regarding Accident Iniur ante Mention this paper Hy to doing you can tare membership fee Has paid over 0000000 tr accidental injuriesBe owa Ageat Jo MEDICAL EXAMINATION EQDIKBB HB MAUPIN REED PEEBLES IGo WHOLESALE J RYGOODe OTJON1 0 At ft ORTSNOUT11 OUIQ 1 t 4 Y Y III Good Judges Say That Our ih Suits I 500 7501w IOOO I j ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY u Next week we will put on t sale 100 pairs of MENS 1 ALLWOOL BLACK CHEVIOT t PANTS at X150 Dperr Pair LOUIS AND GUS STRAUS 1 1 PLEADING CLOTHIERS i LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY i I ROSE DAZZZSOPHACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY i MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM ROAD WAGONS J I I WE pricerand 1 me your Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happyii i IIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WB only skilled labor every man being nn artist in his specialty and your work Is respectfully solicited PATT 5LIVERY AND F ED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KYfH F PIERATT Proprietor j WIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE j il l Special cnro taken of teams for Commer 1 pomt1onPatronngo of the pubhore epoctfully solicited H F PIERATT t a I t 1111 T E REAT BIN SS 9L SOUTHG rIfiilliltr TIIf U f 1fj1t w p s1 t a a w c kfy tk s di y i e 1 A 1 a k i ii 1 1ja 1 THE SUPERNATURAL Let Mo Go for the Day Breaketb Cried the Angel Wbeu We Wrcctled All Night bjr the Urou f Jobbok With Jacob Straggle of jci day Life Foretlimdowed 8er mon by Dr TaltuBg Out of this strange scene of Bible iltmsJ Dr Talmage in his sermon Sun day Maws remarkable lessons of good cheer and triumph Ills subject was Wrestling with the Supernatural and UM text Genesis xxxII 05 JO And when he saw that ho prevailed not sgalntft him he touched the hoi low of his tblgh and the hollow of Jacobs thigh was out of joint as lie wrestled with him And he said Let me go for the day brcnkcth And hi aid l will not let thco go except thou bless me- There is a cloud of dust from a tray fling herd of cattle and sheep and goats and camels They are the pres cut that Jacob sends to gain the good will of his offended brother that night Jacob halts by the brook Jab bok Hut there Is no rest for the weary man No shining ladder to lot the angels down into his dream but a severe struggle that lasts until morn- Ing with an unknown visitor They each try to throw the other The un known visitor to reveal his suporioi power by a touch wrenches Jacobs thigh bone from its socket perhaps claiming him for life As on the morn- Ing sky the clusters of purple cloud begin to ripen Jacob sees it is un tugcl with whom he has been contend Ing and not one of sir brothers coati jutors Let mo go cries the angel lifting himself up into increasing light lithe day broaketh You sec in the first place that God allows good people sometimes to get into a terrible struggle Jacob was a good man but here ho is left alone In the midnight to wrestle with a tre mentions influence by the brook Tab bole For Joseph n pit for Daniel IL wild beast den for David dethrone mnnt and exile for John the Baptists wilderness diet and the executioners ac for 1eter a prison for PaulI Miipwreck for John desolate 1atmos for Christ the cross For whom the racks the gibbets the prisons the thumbscrews For the tons and daughters of the Lord AI mighty Some one said to a Christian reformer The world is against you Then he replied I am against the worldI It go further and say that every Christian has his struggle With finan ciao misfortune some of you have hud the rriddle night wrestle lied hot dis asters have dropped into yule store from loft to cellar What you bought you could not sell Whom you trusted fled The help you expected would not Mme Some glnnt panic with i long arms and grip like death took hold of you in an awful wrestle from which you have not yet escaped and it Is uncertain whether it will throw you or you will throw it Here is another soul in struggle with some bad appe tite lie knew not how stealth ily it was growing upon him One hour lie woke up lie said For the sake of my soul of my fam- Ily of my children and of my God I must stop this And behold he found himself Moue by the brook of Jabbok and it was midnight That evil appetite seized upon him and he seized upon it andoh the horror of the conflict Mien once u bad habit hath rowed Itself up to destroy a man and the man has sworn that by the help of thin eternal God he will destroy it all Heaven draws itself out in long line of light to look from above and all hell stretches Itself in myrmidons of spite to look tip from beneath 1 have seen men rally themselves for a struggle and they have bitten their lip and clenched their fist and cried with n bloodred earnestness and a rain of scalding tears nod help me From a wrestle with habit I have seen men falling back defeated Call ing for no help but relying on then own resolutions they have come into the struggle and for a time it seemed BS if they wore getting the upper hand of their habit hut that habit rallied again its Infernal nwcr and lifted the soul from its standing and with a force borrowed from the pit hurled it into outer darkness Unto thank God I have often seen n Better termination than this I heave seen men prepare them Theylaidwent into combat Tho giant habit dissipations They clenched There were the writh ings and distortions of a fearful struggle Uut the old giant began to waver alonewlthnoaoJabbok the giant fell and the tri umphant wrestler broke the darkness with the cry Thanks bo unto God who glvoth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ There In a widows heart that first was desolated by bereavement and since by tho anxieties and trials that f came in the support of a family It is contendingfor disadvantagesbut ii helplesdllttlofi giants of poverty and sorrow is more affecting It was a humble homo and Pssersby knew not that within those four wau were displays of courago eadmirable than that of Haaalbal s a 1 I ofThermopylaeI lI intothejawsofl death rode the six jmn dred These heroes had the world to cheer nonetohumbleaching bythonone would give her help Had God Contending ShehearsTubboleThyfatherlesspre widowstrustvery poor woman How is it that In such distress you keep cheerful She said 101 do it prttyers1Vhcn ing to pay it with and bread to buy and nothing to buy It with I used to sit down and cry Out now I do not get discouraged If I go along the street when I come to a corner of the street Isay The Lord help me I then goon till I come to another cross- Ing of the street and again I say The Lord help mel And so 1 utter a prayer gotIntocross prayers 1 have been able to keep up my courage Learn again from this subject that people bOinctlmcs tire surprised to find out that what they have been strug going with In the darkness Is really au angelof blessing Jacob found in the morning that this enemybutpromise prosperity for him and for his children And so many a man at the close of his trial has found that he has been tying to throw down his own blessing if you ere a Christian noun I will go back In your history und find that the grandest things that have ever happened to you have been your trials Nothing short of scourging Impris onment and shipwreck could have made Paul what ho was When David was fleeing through the wilderness pursued by his OWII son he was being prepared to become the sweet singer of Israel The pit and the dungeon were the best schools at which Joseph ever graduated The hurricane that upset the tent and killed Jobs children prepared the man of IV to be tho subject of the magnificentI poem that has as tounded the ages There is no way to get the wheat out of the straw but to thresh it There is no way to purify gold but to burn It Look at the peo ple who have always had it their own way They are proud discontented useless soul unhappy If you want to lind cheerful folks go among those who have been purified by the fire After Rossini hud rendered William Tell the five hundredth thins a com pany of musicians canto under his win dow In Paris und serenaded him They put upon his brow a golden crown of laurel leaves Hut amid all the applause and enthusiasm Rossini turned to a friend and said I would give all this brilliant scene for a few days of youth and love Contrast the melan choly feeling of IlossinlvhioI had everything that this world could give him with tho joyful experience of Isaac Watts whose sorrows were great when he says rho Hill of ZIon yield A thousand sacred sweet Ileforc wo reach tho heavenly field Or walk the olden street Then let our SOURS abound And every tear bo dry Woro marching through Imtrmnucls grounds To fairer worlds on high It Is prosperity that kills and trouble that saves While the Israelites were on the march anon great privations and hardships they behaved well After awhile they prayed for meat and the sky darkened with a great flock of quails and these quails fell in great multitudes all about them and tho Israelites ate and ate and stuffed themselves until they died Oh my friends it is not hardship or trial or starvation that injures tho soul but abundant supply It Is not the vulture of trouble that cats up the Christians life It Is the quails It is the quails You will yet find out that your midnight wrestle by the brook Jabbok is with nn angel of God come down to bless and to save Learn again that while our wrestling with trouble might be triumphant we must expect that it will leave its mark upon us Jacob prevailed but the angel touched him and his thigh bone sprang from its socket and the good man went limping on his way We must carry through this world tho mark of the combat What plowed these premature wrinkles in your face What whitened your hair before it was time for frost What silenced forever so much of the hilarity of your house hold Ah it Is because the angel of trouble hath touched you that you go limping on your way You need not be surprised that those who have passed through tho fire do not fool as gay as once they did Do not be out of patience with those who come not out of their despondency They may triumph over their loss and yet their gait shall tell you that they have been troubletouched Arc we stoics that we can unmoved see our cradle rifled of the bright eyes aud tho sweep lips Can we jitand nraoypd and see our gardens of earthly delight oprootcdP Will Jesus who wept Him 1 if del be ahjrry with iUWie jM nr ottr opentoswatlsow VasiLablovedright to weep Our tears tfcfttt soma You shall not drive them back to rcat i the heart They fell Into Oods bottle Affltoteu ones have died because they could not weep Thank Jod for the sweet the mysterious rclifif that comes to WB tn tears Under this gentle rain the flowcrn of hope put forth their bloom God pity that dry withered parched allconsuming grief that wrings its hands and grinds Its teeth and bites its nails into the quick but can not weep We may have found the cOm sort of the Cross and yet over after show that in tho lurk night and by tho brook Jabbok we were trouble touched Again we may take the Idea of the text and announce the approach of the day dawn No one was ever more glad to see the morning that was Ja cub after that night of struggle It is appropriate for philanthropists anti Christians to cry outwits this ungcl of time text The day breaketh The worlds prospects are brightening Su propsknockedfalling that in the dust hue Church of Christ Is rising up hi its strengths io go forth fair as tho morn elar as tho sun and terrible us an artily with banners Clap your hands all yo people the day brenkcth As I look around me 1 see mummy who Intro passed through time waves of tote ble that came up higher than their girdle In Gods name I proclaim ces sation of hostilities You shall not al ways go saddened and heartbroken God will lift your burden God with bring your dead to life God will stanch the hearts bleeding i know lie will Like as a father pitlnth his children so the Lord pities you The pains of earth will end limn tomb will burst Thu dead will ise The morning star trembles on a brightening sky The gates of the east begin to swing open The tiny broaketh Luther and Mclancthon were talk Ing together gloomily about the pros peas of the church They could see no hope of deliverance After awhile Luther got up and said to Mclnncthon Come Phillip let us slug the forty sixth Psalm God Iis our refuge nod strength In every time of trouble Death to many nay to all Iis a struggle and a wrestle We huvo mummy friends whom it would be hard to leave I care not how bright our fu ture hope is It is a bitter thing to look upon this fair world mend know that we shall never again see its blos soming spring its autumnal fruits its sparkling streams maid to say fare well to those with whom wo played in childhood or counseled in manhood In that night like Jacob we may have to wrestle but God will not leave us unblessed It shall not be told in Heaven that n dy lug soul cried unto God for help but Wes not delivered The lattice may be turned to keep out time sun or u book set to dim time light of the midnight taper or the room moray be filled with tho cries orphanage or widowhood or the Church of Christ may mourn over our going but if Jesus calls all Is well The strong wrestling by the brook will cease the hours of deaths night will pass along I oclock in tho morning 9 oclock In the morning 4 oclock in the morning ft oclock In the morning tho day brcaketh So I would have it when I tile Lam In no haste to be gone I would like to stand here 20 years and preach this Gospel I have no grudge against this world The only fault 1 have to find with this world is that it treats ma too well Omit when tho time comes to- go I trust to bo ready my wordly af fairs all settled If 1 have wronged others I want then to bo sure of their forgiveness In that lust wrest ling my arm enfeebled with sickness and my head faint I want Jesis beside me If there be hands on this stile of the flood stretched out to hold me back I want tho heavenly hands stretched out to draw me forward Then 0 Jesus help rue on and help me up Un fearing undoubting mummy I step right out into the light and be able to look back to my kindred and friends who would detain mo here exclaiming Let me golet me go The day break eth INTERESTING ITEMS Hop pickers at Itiyallup Wash get 50 to 85 cents per 100 pounds TJIK Kentucky Growers Vine Insur ance Co with 8100000 capital has been incorporated ut Lexington PniNCK IliiKOFP now Russian minis ter once worked Jn a Philadelphia lo comotive shop at SIn day BAIIONKSS HIIIHCH the widow of the late Huron Hirsch has given 81000 to time Temple Nar Israel of Columbus Ga NKAIHV eve ybody smokes in Japan Time girls begin when they are ten years of age and the boys a year earlier TUB total strength of a German cav aIry regiment is J5 officers 007 men and 703 horses 02 of which are officers charge w Jn SOFBJIUK says linseed oil is a sure remedy for both hard and soft corns If they are indurated and very painful th0relief It gives in a short time Is most grateful Bind on a soft rag with linseed oil and continue to dampen it with tho oil every night and morning until the corn ila rcmQvB4ftetillyM l ttjntt 3 I 7lthout paju + 1G litC a 1 i 1 11 A PROTEST IN ORDER The rreclouit rrorrARtme of Itamt sad the OoH Hjradlcatv Just aa the people and business wen generally are settling themselves to time work of bringing back prosperity and dropping politics and political agi tatlon Mr Ilannn in consultation wIth Whltclaw Held D O Mills Ogden Mills John A Stewart J Plcrpont Morgan Messrs Slonnc Webb and Twombly three sonsinlaw of Vanderbilt Mr Depew A S Hewitt Cornelius N Bliss and other representatives of his multi millionaire contingent decides that for the good of that contingent tho gold standard campaign must be mnde continuous and that thonvitntlon speech making etc must go on during time four years when Hannn will be In power ns regent of the McKinley court Asa part of this precious programme ar ranged without regard for the welfare of the IlaisliUMSH of time country the nn banal republican committee in to re main in active existence to assume general control of time party in nIl the hates nnd to not as the political aid visory board of the administration As though this plea which in itself Is well enlculateuto replace the dray nn biiilneHK wiui not enough congress Ila to be called together in special ices sion Immediately after McKiulcyM in auguration for the purpose of taking up the tariff question and prcKiiinably for the purpose of perfecting legislation designed to still further fortify the trust und miiko the posItion of these menaces to public welfare oven more impregnable thrum it IK now If this IH the programme and wo have no doubt that it IH till leading bankers prod business men generally together with the preys have an immediate duty to perform Th1 country IH in no condition to htnnd Mr Manna four yelps of con timioMH campaign nor docs It want congress to hegira Its seesawing over the tnrilT Certainly not before the people have had HOIIIO little thence to iccovcr from the depression and stag nation from which they have snlVcrcd since the panic brought on by tit mix takes of the HnrrlKoii administration previous to J189L1 It Its the dutyof nil prominent men to protest ngnliiHt this programme If lliinna Is bout upon this line of work you may bo sure ttint edits opposition on tit part of the democracy will be promptly forthcoming nail tthen where arc wi V If four months of campaign work brings business practically to n standstill what will four yearn of con Htnnt campaigning There should he no delay in making the oppoHltlott to Manilas plans apparent Papers which do not protest shouldbo looked upon ax opposed to Itho best interest of our IniHlnoKK men mad others who hold their petty or refuse to join in opposi ties to any politicalI ugh tatien lit prey eat should be looked upon Iii enemies to till welfare of the whole IniKliivHH world Buffalo TlimK A Living Imiii- tTho American people are oppoxiMl to trust combinations sued they feel that lenders of the great political partUH leave nut respected their opposition Bryans strength lay not so much 1111 silver ilK tn the popular protect ngninst the unrestricted greed and unjust practices of thllOIlIhlmIIIIII1II1gIIII1HI time failure of both of the great hurtles heretofore even to attempt the enforce ment of antitrust lutes which they had enacted Many gave expression to this protest by voting for byte but a great number of people who were In agree ment with them UK to time trusts sup ported McKinley because they did nut believe tint mummy license cnn bo cured by a dose of arsenic The elect Ion lens not silenced this popular protest against trust greed and InjiiHticc Mr MvKInley and there ere thousands of good men who are waiting to see what your attitude mind that of your party towards the combinations and the antitrust laws will bo They know that time cxnctiotiH of ninny combinations are made possible only by t miff duties nod that before thlH campaign It WitH the avowed purpose of your party to In creaHn the very duties which lire used ns Instruments of extortion You should think of thirst things Tile warning is plain enough the sighsI call be ticiii by anyone who lIH willing to see t1lelllX Y TlmcH The Cuuie Still Ltres Those paper that greeted tine returns from the election HO gleefully unit chnraeterlcd the result ns n McKinley avalanche a tremendous tidaln wave thIIlhunder toned voice of the people and the like are dally revising their original characterizations in the light of facts facts which prove that the republican electoral and popu far majorities have no special sign111I cence except us showing that the demo erode party barely failed to achieve n victory In view of the conditions of the opposing parties in respect to organization the vote for Bryan lIB far more significant than that of his oppon ent It show that a popular idea his taken hold of the masses and that tin most stupendous efforts have beep powcrlcus to dispel it There is plenty of life amid hope In himctalliHm yet Bhighnniton N1 Lender Modesty would have ftiiggecited to II0wmfammathaproprietyofperf uhtflug Maj McKfnley to outline his policy that Isi dho would it she hid been nriar1 But modesty Is riot the handmaid ota successful bossSt Louis Itcpubllo t xl 1 p f 4- t O T i In MKiNLEYAD INITRT a wllrieabtlee 1 1 i Xiium iMr Bryan has accepted defeat nmafl fully as he met manfully the hook of combat and has telegraphed to Maj Melipleyjt his congratulatloua wise P pemtaterJonralletrastPuboltargtild 1 1 the returns fIndtoate your elepttsaa r hasten tGhent1lRfeonlTt U S A L have submitted the Issue to the America people and tlwlr wok Is law William J ti Bryan That Mr Bryan made a gallant struggle for victory AJKl most bitter end mites will concede That he cornea out of time conflict a greater man than he was when he entered It that hU efforts for election have been characterized by tuct dignity and almost unprecedented ability his opponents ought to admit Defeat must bring disappointment him but Iit cnnnbt bring mortification It Is well that the defeat Is one which though not sweeping Iis still conclusive Wo who pressed the Bryit cause dreaded the effect of the higerepublk an campaign fund of 1 1m coercive meth Ills employed by republican sympa thlcrs of the seeming cotuiplracy of the press to befog time IMSUCS mind toneMfoul tine candidates of time democracy ii All of these agencies were employed against the democratic ticket to their fullest degree but however great their itmoncc they were not the determin ing factor In thin election Tho I8ucd were submitted to the people and the people expressed their convictions re pudiated Bryan as they icpudlnted I Cleveland in 1888 struck down democ racy OK they struck down republican ism in 131- UMr McKinley will now Iwcnino presi dent mutter one of the most hotly con tested elcctloiiH of the Inter years of the republic He will have n house ot representatives at hits heel and cull nnd n Hcnato so nearly In accord with IIIKi flews that n little tactt imbue on hia part will bi needed to bend It to his wlnhcs lie will be the ruler for four 3ramcthe strong ruin who IIH Mr ClcvcinndH minister to the Court of St JaincH says the American people need to keep them orderly Will he rise to the occasion Will ho discard tho ns MoclatcH whoso character more thnnrr ins him Inspired doubt of hlm1 Will he restore prosperity or fuming that tic anyone might fullwlll hunt least strive for justice to nil men aud fur the demolition of specialI I privilegeI Ito iiny m tiV Probably ho will try for no innn wan ever hiS enough to become n candidate for time presidency who had not hi his heart ideals which soul Vlil above HtiliKvrvionoy to any class or pnrtltMihirly to mummy mercenary In UrcKl It IIs not McKlnloy lint hula its H iclitoH whom the people dread and If he shell govern Indeed nail not through ministers chosen by Mhrk 1111 linn his ndmiiiixtnitlon will bo not dangcrotiH oven though It many not bu Inspiring X Y Journnl COMMENTS OF THE PRESS God Mill reigns mind the govern ment nt WiiKlilngton will go right on even If wo do have to sell more bonds IlliiioiH Rusts ItcgiHtnr Monor is soundest when It Is tightest ThatH what Wall street 4 wants money that IH sound because It1M tightf Atlanta Constitution o We hino been lbadly licked but wo shall not blubber about It Just give IIH tln date of the next scrap nod we will try std bo tthere Memphis CItmnertiml 1 IppealAThe democratic party however will Htirvlvo this defeat as it linn others It will be more careful of its lenders in future Its factions will re unite and buttle for the principles with which it inn won so ninny glorious vie tories In the past and with which It will win other victories in years to come Savannah News William Jennings Bryan lives In the hearts and confluence of his coun trymen He huts proven himself time foremost American of his day and he will continue to be the lender of limn people and thin ablest defender of their entice His online IK not lost Ills victory 1he but deferred Augusta Chron- Icle It has poxtpoiied Bryans clec Mon only four yens If foUr years iiore of the gold standard MeKInley Ism and Mark Hnnnatsm 1o not drive the majority of the American people to u rcnlilng sense of the Infamous wrong inflicted upon them thenwell plutocracy the world is thine Wheel lag Iteglstcr Three important Jlug clays wilt recall themselves to the historian by and by Plug day 1759 when for the first time time American lag floated over nn American president flag day 1805 when it floated over n reunited nation nnd flag day 1800 when a purse proud party hose Murk Hannn tried to debase the glorious banner to tho petty uses of n partisan emblem Albany Argus TH It any wonder that the New York World which did all that igreat + paper could do to defeat iMr Bryan qy tLlda Itself compelled at the close of fherhot campaign to give this csttmate of tliedefcatcd cnmlUlatc IirBryan has been defeated but hu emerges from tim dnmpalgn one of time foriunoit tnen of his trme tttrohg brave Rahiyr rii IIKipnIar political FtQr4fflmoatarita C the repreBcntatlVeoit the slant tai t vest young aUJhlesBt tirtfiHNi situ- tklrsty forisntei T ttlialr Ii w t M j 4 0 11- It t e- i9 1 c dJ f I 4 1 i I z GripeWMea JkHi 4 wgarcoated pills which tear you all to pteees are not la It with Hoods Easy to t- akeHoodsII c W easy to operate UI true et Hoods Tills which are up to date In every respect Safe certain and sure All Pillsdruggists 25C C I Hood Co Lowell Mass The only Pills to take with Hoods BanaiMrllb d OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LATE STATE NEWS r oooooooooooooooooooooo08 ll Iligliwnymnn bald up n milk 8 on aL Georgetown null asked r rit 1 rJokof wntor 1afeTotlye pparty in IInl1itt count- ivill fitut n full ticket in the c1nn JOcal races for all the ofli cosIsaac Gaflbrd a Lnfnyottc buni floss man nged 00 and Miss Fan nio Ezoll agod 17 wore married recently J W Clark of Manchester Clay county killed n wild gooso which measured BOVOII foot two inches from tip to tip A disastrous firo at Flippin MonroQjpfjpunty 21 miles from Glasgow wiped out the husinose portion of that town A movement in on foot to estab lisle n city at High Bridge All Available land will it is said ho purchased by a syndicate John llunyan a brakeman lost his balance and foil from the top of a C 0 freight train at Salt Lick Iris injuries are fatal A gentleman near Clear Creek Rookcastlo county is tho father b of twentyseven children Some of them are grandfathers thum solves Fiftytwo Myoarold mtilos in Marion county sold for 75 per head The animals wore very fine and have boon shipped to Atlanta Georgia William Long Mathorby and Miss Mahala J Coins wore mar nod in Anderson county recently Tim groom was JIJ years old and tho brido 11 A U McLean formerly of Gar rard county und member of ono of tho most prominent families dropped dead at Livingston Hook castlo county A Williamsburg physician has under consideration tho building of a private hospital for tho treat mont of such diseases as require a surgical operation At Catlottsburg tho Thompson Bros who aro putting down an oil woll struck a very heavy flow of surfaco or shale gas while at n dopth of about 450 feet The United States deputy mar steal at Ashland arrested Bertie Walker and Lulu Knowles two young Greonup county girls for soiling whisky unlawfully Near Paintsvillo quite a number of pieces of load coin have boon detected in circulation In addi tion to thoso it is said that a mtm bor of bogus ono dolhu silver certificates aro in circulation Thomas Borryman an old and highly respected citizen of Meado county is dead While serving on I tho United States grand jury ho contracted n cold which caused his death Ho was in his 71st year Flora tho 8Jyearold daughter of Poyton Simpson was outraged near Whitosburg Davioss county The scoundrel escaped and is sup posed to kayo gono to Madisonvillo If caught lynching is imminent All parties aro prominent t James M Saffell of Frankfcrt I recently sold 1400 barrels of wfcjj tkZto Bonnie Brother jof Louis- A v J villo The traneactiou was fori cash anti shows that Kentucky whisky has an upward tendency tho demand and prices both being goodMargaret tho littio 0yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Wood of Glasgow was badly bit ton by a bird dog Tho dog was gnawing n bono which tho child undertook to take away from it when tho animal sprang at it and toro its tomplo and eye A match for 500 a sido has boon made for a fight between Thomas Stevens of Catlottsburg nndn vicious 10monthold boar Stev OilS is to bo provided witn hunting knife with fourinch blade Tho battle is to como oil in the opera house at Catlottsburg on Christmas eve Auditor Stone Jhas issued a cir oular to circuit clerks stating that tho law allowing thorn f5 in crim inal cases was passed after said clerks woro elected and therefore he can not pay thorn said amount as tho law provides that tho com pensation of an officer can not be changed during his term of office A cow belonging to Henry Crick moro io Whitloy county gave birth to n peculiar object tho other dni It resembled calf in no particu lar Its body was long and taper ing like a seal Its skin was whito and resembled that of a newly born baby Tho only feature about it like n cow was its cloven feet It hndn long smooth tail withno hair on it save at tho extreme end where there way a small bunch There seamed to ho no bones in time creatures body and its legs could ho tied together A committee composed of Col ThonuiH Rodman president 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