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L r r t i+ 1vw v 1 iii- j e JI t- j HE HAZEL GREflN HERALD r ORellxEstablished March 4 1885 + a COOPER Owner and Editor 4 k uz- u SPENCER or a Nalsjr World With News From All Nntloai Iumbrlaff at IIU Back M r lLOO A YEAR Always In Arfvan M F r i TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 81 1890 NUMBER 45T r liKlngton and Eastern Railway t Tube Table In Effect April 1 1896 jI WESTBOUND No6 STATIONSDaily Dally SJuuulay- esiagton 10 00 nm 4 3li JIm AvonI 311111 3 li5 pm Winchester J 10 nm 2 25 pm FAirlie 8 fH nlll 2 00 pm Indian FIds 817 nm 1 10 JIm Clay Clty 8 19 am 11 40 nlD Stanton 8 10llm 11 20 am FUson 7 Co urn 10 18 inn Dundee 7 43 mn 10 17 am Nat Bridge i 38 am 10 Oi I1U1 Torrent 7 24 am I 35 nm Betttyve Jc i 03 nm 8 25 am nmitholElkatftwa 6 08 nm 6 30 am Jackson 6 00 am 0 10 nm V EAST BOUND r ISTATIONS No2 Dally Notf ex Daily Suiulny I Lexington 220pm 0 30 nm- tAvon 2 47 pin 7 08 nor T Winchester 3 07 pra 8 10 nm f Ptlrlie 3 21 pm 8 54 nm indian rids 3 37 pm JI 24 nil Clay City 1 55 pm 11 45 am i pmii Dundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm liatBrldget 4 37 pm 1 26 putt Torrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm t Beattyvo1JcII 5 16 pm 3 05 pm ThreeFks C 5 20 pm 3 25 pm Athol 5 48 pui 4 12 pm ElkitAwa 0 12 pm 5 05 pin Jackson 0 20 pm 5 20 pm Nos 1 nUll 2 arrive and depart from C 10 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Ncthcrland J D LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man CI1AS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st 800l100aU II 1000 700 Ytf Ie 2000 1500 M 10000 7500 i IFINE DIAMOND RINGS J 750 and upward 2 VALUES 2IGOOD AT 1000 and upward 10 Ir upwardiinor v t A line of Sterling Silver nUll f wedfding Gifts at proportionately pricesto j HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET ftorPO LEXINGTON KY d IWORMSH WHITES CREAM Y VERMIFUCEFOR Has lod all WORM Remedies t EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED BOLD BY ALL DBVOOITBaII tntlIAane0911ttleif0 sr LO- tliiiwAULBEEt M D Physician and Surgeon a HAZEL GREEN KY d Surgery and obstetrics aspecialty W T COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS e6fOOBf3 T STERLING KY I P HE WENT FISHIN1 The Old Man Weighs Education In the Balance and Finds it Wantlno I havo always boon proud of my profession but onco for about five minutes I was made to fool like a lily fingered dilettante andcum boror of tho soil I was traveling along a lonely road in Louisiana that ran along the levee of the Mississippi river when I came upon a shnck boat moored closo to the shore to a pile of driftwood On tho bank near the shack stood a native ofn hopolessIquestion with a boy about 17 years of ago I stopped for a drink of water and after I had boon supplied the oldman lookod closely at my clothes watch chain and horse and then said Bar mo out of yo kin stran gor in what I tolls this disgrace loss boy I says ho ought to go to school anti 1arn an ho says hes goin fish in which on us is right You are right of course I said No one cats succeed properly in life without some education He should go to school by all meansListen to that said the old man triumphantly Listen to that you wild triflin swamp fox j you roamin splnshin alligator 1 Tho stranger bars me out und speaks fur school an ho knows Look what book 1arnin has dono fur him I Stranger kin you read YesAn write an figger CertainlyAn I 01 know that Gincral Jackson fit the Britishers 150 years ago along on titer old Mississip an lickedoml I have road about tho battle of Now Orleans Look a thar I You young marsh rata1 Look what schools will do fur you 1 Ef you dont Tarn youll grow up triflin an no count Youll anus bo pore an trashy an shiftless Drop thorn fishin lines an git fur tho school house or Ill cut yor to pieces Tho old man shook a long wil low switch ho hold in his hand but tho boy stood still gazing stol idly across tho river chewing a piece of twig The old man ap peared anxious to carry his point of argument if possible Obleego mo by relatin what book 1arnin has don fur ye stran gor ho said Youvo got a su gar plantation aint yo No I dont own a plantation Well yor got a boat aint yo I have no boat The old man began to look aux ious Well shoroly yor got a rico swamp an some houn dogs then- I dont own anything of tho kind Lommo see said tho old man of I correctly understands yo yo kin road an write an figgor an- yo knows all about the battlo Gin oral Jackson fit ngin the British ers besides maybo other 1arnin not stated Them as wo might say is aboutyorcorrect assets aint thoy stranger Thats about right I said CAn1 how does yer make a livin- I write for the papers Then as wo might say yer lia bilities is that yer dont own no sugar plantation nor no boat nor no rice swamp nor houn dogs an 0 yor writes little pieces whats print ed in the papers Is that about right YesTho old man sighed deeply and dropped his switch on tho ground Titer baits on tho shelf bohind thor door wliar I put it ho said to tho boy I rocon yo might as well go on afishinDotroit Free Press The Country Editor Verily the life of a country editor is a path of thorns His broad is promises and his meat is disappointment His creditors chase him by day and tho devil grinnoth at him in his dreams by night Ho sendeth tho piper to a sub scriber on credit and tho subscrib er payoth him not Then ho stoppoth tho dolin quents paper and tho delinquent singoth tra la I and borrowoth it ofa neighbor One subscriber payoth his sub scription in wood and behold it is rotten and soggy and of short measureHo up tho township politician and the politician gets elected and knowoth him no moro He pufioth the church fair gratis and then attendeth it and payoth his quarter and roceivoth two oys leIsfHo boomoth tho town and things therein yet rocoiveth no support and is a man without honor in his own country Two young peoplo marry und he givoth them a great pull and they go to housekeeping and take not his paper Yea he is bound down with woo and his hays are full of grief and trouble und vexation of spirit But sorrow onduroth only for a night und joy comoth in tho morn ingHo ploddoth along and endureth in patience and it is written that ho will receive his reward at the jjudgment This Has Our Hearty Endorsement Friends lot us understand each other In tho past few mouths a number of our patrons havo repudiated their accounts by denying that thoy had subscribed for the piper or ordered an advertisement Wo do not want that to happen again hence wo state most omphat ically that wo do not want a sub scriber or an advertiser who does not intend to pay his bills as promptly as possible Wo certainly appreciate tho patronage of our friends and try to earn tho money wo charge but lend beats are posi tively odious because they are our worst onemies Then gentle reader if you do not propose to pay for your paper pJeaso say so and wo will tako your name off tho list and do it most cheerfully Tho city papers do not creditr their subscribers rune subscribers must credit tho papers But tho rule is reversed as to country pa pers Tho latter give credit to their subscribers and many of the subscribers tako advantage of tho custom and prolong payment until thoyputtho publisher of the homo paper to sore financial straights SentinelDemocrat ANTEDSEVEUAL FAITHFUL MEN or women to travel for responsible es tablished house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddres led envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2248 4xH A Narrow Escape Mr Bon Haggard and Miss Cora Goodo of this county eloped to Jofforsonvillo Ind Sunday where they wore duly joined in tho holy bonds of wedlock by Squiro Hause tho Boasloy of tho now Gretna Green Parental objections caused the loving young couple to fly and in their haste and excitement thoy came tear ending tho nuptials with a double funeral The balance of tho story is thus told by tho Louisville Post Cupid Hymen or some other of tho fabled gods that are reputed to watch over lovo and matrimony must have guarded Bon Haggard and his bride last night Had they not Haggard would have boon guilty of unintentional suicide and murder for ho blow out tho gas and tho volume tho happy pair inhaled during tho night will ma tonally increase tho gas bill of tho Strauss Hotol in Jofforsonvillo for the current month Haggard is from Clark county Ky Ho arrived in Jofforsonvillo last night with Miss Cora Goode flying fast before parental wrath and in a hurry to get married bo foro anyone could say nay So at tho dead hour of midnight thoy culled Squire Ilauso from his warm bpd to pronounce tho words that mane thorn etc It was then too late to return to Louisville so they wont to tho Strauss House and wore assigned to room 10 This morning whon tho door of tho bridal chamber was opened by a chamber maid there was a heavy smell of illuminating gas It filled tho house and windows had to bo raised without consideration of pneumonia and grip bacilli to allow it exit Col Ed Strauss investigated Said ho to tho groom Did you blowout tho gas Said tho groom to him Suht inly suhtinly j dye yo think I wantod tho dent thing to burn all nightYou had hotter writo homo for your ma to come after you or you wont got back alive returned tho hotel man There was an open chimney in the room and a window had boon lowered This is the reason that Mr and Mrs Haggard are suffer ing from headaches this morning instead of being cold clammy corpses Winchester Sun Good Advice It is truo that times arc hard but every man should bogie to cast up his accounts with his follow man and see how ho stands If you owo a man moro than ho owes you begin to look around right quick for a man who owos you moro than you owo him aild try to be ready by tho first of tho yoar or a littlo before to settle up mattors with your friends and neighbors If you are asked to pay an account either of short or long standing dont get mad about it if tho man wants his money and you cant pay him If you cant pay all you owo keep in a good humor and try to pay a part ot tho bill now and the rest as soon as possible Thoro is no need for a man who owes n bill to get mad If tho man to whom the money is owing keeps cool why should not you do like wise Carlisle Mercury GREAT SALES provo tho great Sarsapariilahoods accomptouw GREAT CURES f i1 it J a 1 + iA TIE LARD OF FLOWED I r AH laterMtiBg Letter Freea relllll t Resident el Hazel OrelLEEBRURQ FLA Dec 24 1806rEDITOR HERALD On Dee 8th p wo moved 20 miles south of Urna tilla to tho littlo town of Leoeburg Like many other flourishing Flor ida towns Leosburg lost many of its pooplo on account of tho freeze of 1805 Tho inhabitants now num bor about 800 It is n very pretty place Tho streets are played which makes driving much more pleasant than it would bo if they woro left sandy Tho educational advantages are quite good The Methodist church has n college which employs 11 teachers anda music teacher Tim public school is very good Tho Methodist church has more members than any of tho other threo churches Their Epworth League is doing n good work A groat numbor of tho collogo pupils belong to tho society Wo hopo to organize a Christian Endeavor so cioty hero soon Wo expect Loos burg to build up again whon the oranges come A few mon shipped oranges this year It is said that 700 boxes of oranges can bo ship pod from n grove six miles from hero Tho weather is very pleasant now Tho bright sunny days and tho beautiful lowers growing in our yards makes Christmas seem somewhat different front a Christmas in tho north Some northern people say it does not seem like Christmas because it is so much liko summer but everyone is as happy hero at Christines time na thoy aro in tho snowy north While of course those who wish to skate must skate on tho floor ofIL room instead of on ice and wo must rido in a buggy or go boating on HIM lakes instead ofsloighing A orowd which spends a few hours on tho lake on a moon 1 Jllight evening enjoy themselves as much as a sloighing party Wish myfriendsNANNIE HANKY Sudden Death at West Liberty A telegram from West Liborty datod Doc 20 says Fillmoro Bayes a prominent and wealthy stock doalor of Magoflin county dropped dead hero today of heart failure Ho was on his way homo from Mt Sterling whore ho had disposed of several head of mules Ire was near 40 years old and a nophow of Judge John E Cooper of Mt Sterling Ho loaves a wifo and one daughter His remains will bo taken to Salyorsvillo tomorrow A Cuban Volunteer PoMEitovfTON KY Doc 20 00- IIAKL GREEN IlKHAtO Dear Editor Thoro has boon an0 ad in your paper for volunteers to tho Cuban war I did not got tho No of time box to address I hopo + you will excuse me for writing t V you and inform mo how I may communicate with tho agent Yours respectfully RUFUS FLETCHER Address Look Box No 17 Hazel Green Ky v A Campton dispatch tin date of the 23rd inst says VSomo jmV known person last night brokd into tho circuit clerks roffipe hero and stole nil the indictments Jtliat wore returned by the gra tdjury at the last term of the Wolfcite0 cult courtttJ i r- Iaa f Ij t 1 tic siVr 1 I L i b I r v 1 1t TE MONROE iIrr M ss frtHjHhl UNTO Olio rtiiliiahlo to lmIItIt I I f j WoUH to Territory Ihe gentti of oft world Institutions ijji SJa essentially different from that of 2 American InstitutionsI nncl HO clcnrly 40lts this recognized early in the etui iur thAt President Monroe served no jtlQB on the mitioiix of tliu earth that the 2 jweatcru hemisphere would in future be soil considered sacred to the develop incnt of true democracy Without as imming the right to Interfere with any i foreign colony II I ready planted he erected In few words nil absolute bar against any further cneroachuicatH Even tho allied powers of the earth S vould hesitate to cliHputu that cloehhwII T nov and yet by Insidious Jmve been Invaded tittd our Ill WIII taken uwny without ny knowledge territory is hi II measure accessary to the grandeur of II people lint money IIII c8 cntlal to a peoples eivillatloii IItlH the greatest Influence in makingI or UK Tanking a nation A monetary system that operates against the masses will Inevitably bring ttbout national decay lant tt foolish then to boast of a dis llpct policy for this count ry when as II matter of fact we go to lKagland for tho iolli y that mont nearly affrcls our dItnrlWhy not have a Monroe doctrine of Jlnance Our IntcrcHts are In no sense hlenticnlII with the Interests of western rope We lure almost distinctively producers thty are consumers We are developing n new country and skimming the creallI iherefrom our soil is virgin and eenI turles of rest have mado it fertile and responsive their soil is exhausted and niggardly in what it gives as a return for labor Jlut for UK the people orI western ICurope would have sunk long ago into Bcrniharharlsin we luivc KU Inincd thcmllnll wo have lone itt 1m agining that we were helping our wivest Taxation without representa thou brought on the revolutionary Will mid yet we are ttaxed today withoutt representation lby that sumo nation which has twiee been defeated III n clash at arms with us IIt ought to be apparent by tills time that orr intcrcMH are nut identleal with tho interests of vftttern Kuropc Take 1 England the greatest purchaser of commodities among all these old world nations no one willl I I dispute that SI tS3M to luc InterestsI to get what KhnII buys as ehenply an possible fore a dear money IH beneficial to Our Interests IHo Iin direct hm1 to this We are Itill great producingI na t ion and as it benefit 1 Knglnnd tthe con Hiinier the buyer to have II dollar of great buy I lug capacity I ithcncfltsns the producer the seller to hnvua dollar of wnall purchiifitiu power I Jot IIt clear thatI high prices IbenefitII is while low prices bcnellt lohn null IIt i an anomaly that we the creator of wealth arc III debt to Kngland the cuiiMiinor of wealthI I Tho iiHchiinic who goes to his grocer and lay Iin a week supplies eillierpnysI spot tt 1 or conies nwny I in debt to the hopkcvur Ingliind huM come Ito un year 1 I r yeitrI nnd bought suppllc lennjr II however more and more III illlit at aeh striking of n balance Out ul the abundant productions with i hich It lUt4 pleased lOll Ito hlcNMin we Kbotihl have a aurplu of money and lend to not borrow ftUII1 ut her liflt IUIIII Let us proclaimI a new Monroe doe t rllll11 Monroe doctrine of finance It will not only enable us to do bus rc8 with our own capital hut it win place us IIn II position very noon to dic1 tate terma to 1 linjrhind We could OHm BH no far as to force her to Miy gold for our products while we used silver aM our chief money fur exchanges among ourselves until every dollar of till 11100010100 hoarded lby the Jiothtt ehllds IIs returned to the channels of trade most of it hiding IUs way to America Chicago DispatchI ON A SILVER BASIS Tin Ittiitt lout StipiMMlng tilt 1iMnllitllty of Tluit ImiKMMlhlit AhMirillly Primarily we deny that the free coinage of silver would cause the United SUites to go upon a silver lands So far there has been no argument ad valued that CUll be coiiKidcrcd as proof that such would he he ease I tat for the sake of argument let us say that the country would slump to a silver basis How would that ruin us Our Koldbng friends answer that the dollar would then be worth only 10 cents This however is another assumption but only unwarrantable but I Involving nn Imwsslblllty What IH meant of course is that the dollar could only be worth 00 cent III gold Nobody denies that the sliver dollar wMild be worth juO cents in silver 1111t tho silver dollar I iinmcrcd Into A piece of bullion Iii rdh more than 50 cents now If we were to go to an exclusively silver basis It would cer tautly Increase Urn demand for silver ind talMC Its value compared with gold If we lost all our gold we would certainlyI obtain a very consUl rrablo amount tlf silver to take UK place for It Isn fundamental principle in economics that every nation must Jiavu Ita distributive share of the worlds money The free coinage of Hllvcr would certainly not diminish tho T5uggregatc supply of money In tho world It would Increase It So as we 9mvc 1u more than our share now If Hyv4 should lose oUt gold wo nmst get- S Silver to replace It aad moro 5LiiI effect of nil this would bo to In- S ei im the demand for sliver and lessen AH d umud for gold A inan who I II t I known enough to riiise an umbrella when it rulna ought to be able to nee thai this iniitit ncccMsurlly cnlmnco the taliiu of silver and lower the value of gold titus bringing them nearer to gether than they arc now Jlenci that I he uOcent dollar would be an impossibility Hilt let us suppose further that it should conn to pass Mvil the dollar would only be worth Mli cents flow would that ruin the niuntrvV The goldlte never attempts Ito cxphiin tie simply Hhriokn Veent dutlars and leaves till people to paint In imngiun ttlcn the frightful picture of ruin to fol low That method of ilircussuu ap pears to be satisfactory o home peo ple but It ought not to lie to any Intel I ligent person Will some goldstandard champion tit Kind enough to name just one country that uis cvrr ruinedI by a generalI rise r 1111114 Did tiny business thus ever fail in consequence of II rise III the price of the product which IK manufactured or sold There never wns such a case liincc time bcguisuuuuud there never will Ue Uuflalo Times A LARGER STANDING ARMY iollltr Would Nicxl It to Curry Out Their llnitlciit UUcrnllltlItnlldtIII Those lio are iidvorating the aduption tiC illI MilesI recomnieudation nlII tiously They do not wish to admit that there Is II distrust of the people and surely then1 isle no national compli cations demanding it About the only reasons thus far suggested arc the ab 5 tract statement tliyt the army should naturallyI I keep pace with the growth of wealth TIll maximum number III lowed IIn the regular army today is ji Tin lOSt of sustaining this uimhcr of I roops last year was 51000 000 till appropriation called for the current year Is SVOOOOOO Should Gen MilesI I rccomtniMidnlion he heeded wt would have saddled upon us an army of over I150000 men at an expense of over 11 000000 This Is an increase be ond nil proportion of wealth increase whether IIn thi hands of 1 lie few ot the many In his report to till secretary of war jell Miles state I lint the army hiss not I been called upon during the past year and at the name Ilime recommends this large increased expense He claim tthe tallhIIfI I the country has increasedto such an extentI that the country Is justI Ilieu in bin ing I isis increase What pos sible connection cin tthere be between I the wealthI t of t his nationt and a standing army unless he is lookingI ahead whci I the Itrusts tindI millionairesI will chiin IIthat it Is ttime for the republic to conic iIto an end nnd will use it in an effort tc Mtililc tilt I libertiesI of the people The papers and speakers in behalf of the gold Ktaiidanl III many instances dur I ing till last campaign proclaimed that Sill h herin I suffrage was a failureI tthat jpropertyI giiuihihhiuii kiss should be in corporated Iin the luis of the differentI states Do ithey want an army to en force iit IIn the estimateI above the cost ol i nlnlainintr tthe army merely is given an inercMM III the number would meai many more million III buying sites on hlch to construct buildings till cost oi said buildings Ithe movement ol I ruuuils and other expenses would In added milkingI lilt army cost about iijnirtH0M a year Itathcr nn epen ive Iluxury IIf there 111110 other use foi i hut to have It keep pace with the cult ii of Ithe nation Again the propol Si t hiss of I the general would not confine the csponxcK to this amount hilt as tin population IIncreased the numerical strength of the army would have lobe Increased In tIll same ratio The Ipeople must set their faces teso I ii t ely againstI army IIncrease IIt haxnc jntit demand and is fraught with danger to the republic Minneapolis Penny 1rcss1 lIUwh ii Vriis e as Ii people nru approaching a crisis III our progress The people be side wanting work good wages houses clothes and comforts of lelsuiv and travel wiuit more I light conCcrnina tIll science of government the right and the wrong of this and that anil the other things a better ami truer educa I lois lull the real purpose of life and living and how to reach Itho broadei and smoother highway that lends out of the linrburism of the ptiNtngri with the it t nrenciit dimlyI discerned effulI gence of the brighter and more glorious civilization whose dawning Is secuiuiuiC- felt In every rightly attuned mind and heart Philadelphia Item Solil Client In IS7 silver being demonetized France 1 Kngland nnd Holland a cap- Itall of 5300000 was raised and Krncst Scyd of London was sent to this country with this fund ns agent of the foreign bondholders mill capItal- Ist to effect the sistine object the de inonetiwitlou of sliver which was no compllshcd Uankern Magazine for August 1S7X Tim llpupcutiiK of tho Mill Tho Scuttle Times asks the gold men to be honest enough to admit that most of tho mills anti factories which have bton reopened with so great n nour- Ish were thoue shut down last summer with the Intention of reopening tute in tho Tall That Is time ease iu Washin ton Tcrrltorlc Will WnU Awhile Kdltor Mcdlll says there will be no more silver states admitted to the union for avliIJe X It1 H fi 11 it t IGIVE ITu HAND I Lot the Unjd Standard Ituvr Jh Ability to Henttire 1rnnpcrlty Prom till parts of the country conn cheering reports of mills which have been closed tot months being opened again and employes put back to work Jhc south Is doing its full share toward the revival nnd has III tJie llast lew days started a number of new fur Iilrlcs or reopenedI old ones TIll I I IIvery marked revival of bnslnesswlilch nn one who iin mil n inadnian will re net The resultI as not uncNptclid There tui be no doubt that a great many isa is is fuiet hi I his believedI thatt li elee tiiii of Hryiin wniitd injure them and Ithey shiil down IIn cMi eiiiciice nwalt lug the vote Xow that MeKinleyI I iis elected they have opciiid up again and arc working jI I hardI Ito restore prosperityI The TimesDemocrat I believes that 1 It I is the dutyhof everyone no mutter los whom lit voted no matter what isis II sin iivlui I views may be to do IsIs thnre toward bringing had prosperity We have had hard times for three year nnd ii cooperationI can end them we would bo foolish Indeed not to cooperate to 1111tlS1I1I on n countryt In order to make a poll cal point for himself or isis party We believe therefore thath the tuna ufacturers merchantsI and others who ore trying lo restore confidence and re vivei business ought to have and will Lave the hearty cooperation of tlIOtIe who supported Hryau The latter held that the best safest and only perma nent way of assuring business activityI and prosperity was by Ithe icmonetia I iou of silver The American people however have decided differentlyI and ts Mr Uryan puts it tin will of the American people iis law They have decided to hilt the Ilnaneial pollij i hid down by the republicans Of that tI ere Gl1I be no fjucstlon or doubt Tlie I issue was put squarely before them ami fully explained and they repressed II celded preference for the republican policy We must therefore Itry I it for the IItxt foil years Common sense Mill tell us that ve ought to try iit thoroughly and elVcetu dI hSII that everyone willl I I lit satisfied with the result iIIf this country IIJOVH prosperity under the gold stnidard Ithen let nt have it permanently We have seen luring1 tthe past three months the effect of tInt political agiti ttin Any factious opposition now ton revival or a return to prosperity be ruuse it might help the republicans ivould lie reprehensible III the hlglest degree would be something like sill cideI It is best that the gold tamhml should be thoroughly1 cited now so tiiat it may be shown whether I is rill i 4 lie advantage or disadvantage of the country The republicans have tllll presidency usual the houmj under OIl I circumstances I11cmlel really be bet til if it turned out I that they huuu I lie Kcnule as well Nothlng is to IH gained h by tying up legislation on the finaneiid question and continuing a Mate of un certainly If thin gold standard shall proxe a xiicecfcs the eouutryi willI I I 11111- t pernuuieiitiv if it ix a failure 0 lie people will insist upon bimtMallism Withoutt surrendering1 I its convictions nrd believing UII earnestly as ever that hmctnlliftin IN the trueeiire fOIlhtlol lricen timineial fiurriehand iinhu with t hlch Ithe country is so often atllUAed the TimesDiMiiocrat will join heartily vu I lth those who are workingI rill pence lnslncsa activityI and prosperityt An I I111t us all instead of ilIIJIlII juill III the movomenv to bring back good times again N O TimewlJcmoerat THE REAL QUESTION It IH Not SiS 0 lut hut h Mill llcfiro I ho Illtilli- MeKinleyI hiss saUl Capital and li bor should always be on good terms Which IIs all true enough hilt lint the question now except as tIll usury erats pretend to make I it so TIll realI question Iis shallI the people rule the finances of thus country or shall a clique of foreigners headed by tile hut IIsehI UI ring The question of capital mill labor lave nothing whatever to Ill withI the present contest Kvery laborer knows that he cannot IK employed without capitalI nnd every farmer and other producer knows taut lit cannot sellI bin Iproducts 11111lailill1 handles them in 11 u I vi itiim rti can get themJitit exciv liorer nnd producer also knows thui here Is no profit to him in allowing foreigners to control that capitalI fut their own nefarious profit 1Kvery laborer and producer knows that he cannot get a market or auction price bused upon supply and demand rut his labor or his products when a ring of for eignerI can put up or put down that price by cornering till market or un lloading upon the market at a moment when people cannot buy The question IK who shall control the currency of this country Philadel phia Item Tue AYorklncmnti Known Till Five cents is a large sum to pay for n street car ride with the gold dolUr continually getting bigger and the means of operatingI constantlyI getting cheaper Illinois State Keglstcr Ho WantvHl It All When you hear a millionaire say that thciu is too much money you can makeup your mind that he Is thinking of Unit which Is not In his nusscKsIou Buffalo Tunes f 5a 4j HANA ANU THli W lLS 111 IMtin fur rrercnllii Cunl ruction of the CurrriHy If Mrh Murk ilaanus 1111 un time Unaneial problem are shared hy Mnj KiIey there IIs going to be wulnc aid jri resentment among the rehash lieini and bolting democrats wlm be 1 bevcd that when Mrl Jtryan was beaten the silver question had been driven from ipoliticx Mr llainia is aware that linn dredM of UioiLands of republicans who olcd for MeKinley me not III favor of rill uIingh gold standard He iis also aware I limit there aicI Iin tilt west other hundreds nt t hioIish amuls or republicans Vt ho lean strongly toward six teen tonne Heing a practical politician Mr Han ri wants Ito keep allI I those iepublicans hi Ithe fold south being II man with till I lind of head on his shoulders that M- j Illot to be muddled by the partisan erlw rt I presidentialI campaign he lass not bren deluded into thinking that eon i net ion of the currency is a national blessing IllsI plan for preventingI con traction as sift forth III a Cleveland dispatchI includes provision for the use of more silver lit would issue ten or fifteenyear thrfce lptr cent bonds to cover I he entire outstanding amount of greenbacks and have them serve as the bash for nationali bank issues Then Mr IllannaI would have the government purchase silverI bullion and lissue treas ury notes against it at cost price theseI mites to be retired as fast ns regular tIlver certificates could lbe substituted by redemption or exchange Thus he Ithinks the repnbliuans of the mining states would lx placated tIll price of silver raised the cornering of the money snppfy prevented and the way mode easier for the Iinternational bimetallic agreement to which the republican par ty in pledged IIfI thin statement of Mrt Hanmis 5 correct it Is certain that the guard tuns of the nationalI honor who wantt the government taken tint of the banking businessi to till uuioiicyciimitt lug function transferred Itlie brinks exclusively and tho names of rcpudhitor mill an rrihistlto permanently fixed upon sill will would do something for silver1 are ffoinir to undergo the agony of set ing montiiilerinrI I with Ith currency There is growiny 11111 expectation IUnit Presdeiit MeKinley who knows a givnt deal more about Ithe money uleiliinll tlian the gold oI1II 1111 Ill men think lie hioe4 wili lie disputed to make uwe of hs kni wlclge III his rccommen liitlnii to the new congress IIt is ticS OIl all iniprobiihle I Lust he will xciadal ie Ithe monomctallistsi by taking till lepublicaii platform xeriously and nrg iiig efforts looking toward interna tional bimetallism It Iis also not im probable flint lie wil be averse to tad iiI iulioss III tilt walltI u1 iusiieulsiiig- I fie privileges and power of ithe na ionitl bank Maj MeKinley is a cautious JlllhIkpopIi ftiic ire ditUciilt Mies am it is not liLt y tliiit In will go att IhII1IIlKhl The eau e of silverI has a Ktnn th iHliiml i fur o liUli President MeKinley will In I reityt sure to sliov some ivspeel pull ticularly nt he iis liimceir II xetcriiii bi nietalllst 1 1tnrnal THE MEXICAN BUGABOO niirjitin VnrlliiKHi ti I t cilvci IIigit sos Arnmii tint tttti tiinlrA- niLruMii wiirkiucn uettl mil hue gooltlInoiiHtaiiiMs thiit if the free eoiiiii c ci1 jillver iix adopted by I this country i hey will be 1 IIIICtllu the uiiuclt sun ol Ithe unlivesI i of Mexico whose lulior ih IllIbor There IN toni cuu IH no eompari von bvtMccn the workmen of the two countriesi Th Mexican pwn IK notori ously the must sliifthMs nnd lazy of any of till I inhabitants of the western world His wants are few and he will not work except to supply himself with tliu cheapest necessities of life IHe nts till till wages I hiss Isis labor calls for IIfI the peon eould get more money lr Ithis country for I In amount and kind of work he Is willing to do lie would cross the Itlo t iirnndr Ilie knows In cannot and therefore lie stayu in Mexi co contiMitcd with an exiotenef that iis trivial as compiiid with Hn busiUng activity of this country Argument 1iincd on hU condition fall to ithe ground because of this and because slut Iuiies of hiuiiu tioniibe aeeuniev show I hal Ameieuii workmen gtIwages I Ith in they do lien Ihiey guII rie AmuiiiTiis working Ithure iis beyom question IItI Is their biiperiority workmen that eiititesI them 1011111ull lIII11IWIIMIIIIIIIIIlIInI I the lack of interest1 In linttI Plt0iiI uighodtan comnitud p eater wages tn irc tillI vtjr Mexico lima he can In Hie mono metallic Iuiti States would secure oven greattr enmpensallon for his IIII hot IIHlrfrulIII money buss which n stniiiiH Iindiistrx tuid keeps the demand for labor a t lo- w11bN Y lonrnal A Cuuso In I lIfIidea that i ho tllhupnulle 111buI f I dependII wuvv llhitrlmmton Leader 5 l V 5 p C tS i A LITTLE NONSENSE S JiOhlast iiight He was horribly lutos witshlm1f1InfJrhlm1f1InfJr5ho ran JIIllrhII yrtlr going fo lunehewnV 1ItN ho toW the toward to prepare It and tliratvfi OurhllalJflrl III tin ClIfYolllmow UroxviiT1 JrcvniI T nlrnlmslIIIlIjimmerS V Sun She Why you foolish bay It married you you wouldnt beabiecviiH tcE dress me I JlcIFeleOlllhttI T Icnrn Brooklyn ILife1 Temperance Lecturer MyI good man why dont you spend your thill1 somewhere else than about this anfi loonrl Tugsonoll Cos Its tho only one AI1nbmenu by letting that note t indorsed for you go to protesttV1i there was lit other way unless I the thing Detroit tree Press JUnnttTommy Paw was there any works in the days of the ljibler Fl rg Xo1 unless yon count David Ho Ii was a pretty good giant erackerut one i time rndlanapolis Journal I- Mamma You naughty boy YOUt 0118ithat you said the other day about the cihityof selfdenial Philadelphia Blllilt I IILJ MODELEDWITHHISFINGERNAILSI I Ills ISoyhooil 01111ii Since childhood MacMOnnies buss been interested in art As n baby tture hooks were Isis chief picii i IIn boyhood he preferred visits to galleries to ball games Many of his relatives in Brooklyn have III their pos f session specimens of his earlyvork IHisI mother has the utmost valuable by J cause it Ls among tho first Tills U H statue c f llnrnums famous white ck1 J pliant MucMonnicx saw tIll parade j the greatest show on cartli which Orii ti tithed the elephant After the l sion he hurried home and modeled out of clay an image of tlie animal 7ttuolfroom Here he made with till dough n wonderful family of animals and men His1 I playmates were time recipient of his work Mrsh MncMonnles grew famoiw us a cook When the pantry tilled him tilltI I I i jed in gam His aunt had a lifelike t statute of Gen Washington standing f beside his horse The finish and beau i tyif this little piece of work are re j markable when the age of the artist and the dllHcnltiesi under which he la 1 bored lire considered While vorid usg Iin wax he used his linger nails for tools He could smut get Ithe Iimplements he needed so he culti 1fII11It1 cJlltf not suit his mothers idea of ness The biggest rows in the MncMon nics household were on when Fred hind to trim his nails His mother had to talc till law Iinto her own hands at timesI and use the scissors With the aid of his units he made groups III wax HisI trac iings of foliage and till outlines of hilut figures foretell the strength and liar mOil of his later works WhileI isis finger nails were growing he 111l old nails hairpins am knives III his model I ing After he became pupil of Augus tus St iaudens he made a plaster bust of his father whll1I I considered arer markable resemblance His father vt tJa man of striking appearance lhlN bust and a portrait of him painted by MacMonnics lire among his mother most valuableI possessions MaiMonnics is famous as a sculptor r but his work with a paint brush woull i have brought him recognitioni I liel never took lessons in mixing colors 01jjIII painting As a boy and a young misaim ho was nlvnys busy cither with i isis brush or his modeling tools Now when fame huts come to him he plays little after Isis work houiruiN V trciS l Hail Spoiling IK n KiHiilt of DlHCiiKr People who spell very badly arc nut uncommon and this defect is almost nll vnytt time occasion of serious annoyance to thorn and embarrassment to time Ir friends That laid spelling is caused 1 Is by disease is a statement that will b new to many lint that such a state of I things exists is proven by cxcelk1 medical Hilt hcuillcs11II I certain condi tions of brain and nerves the patient al most Invariably writ en ot instead 01 to In another slightly varied form Instead of the thin fIst Jetterlsi omitted and ro in many other of tin shorter words This malady usually affects the brain only III connection with words of one syllable hint ease r have occurred whero longer words have been so distorted that it was dinirtdtto get thick sense It is a question wheth er one would bo comforted lby belnfr j told that hUll spelling was caused bv mental diseasu or whether he would prefer to have this lack of accuracy set down to ignorance or carelessnessV X v Ledger All Itcndy IchooJijtClwhet tflnfiWIIdropThere silence for I 1 recond then n voice in time rear nt tcr lHkuw then let her dronl Harpers Hound Table Ifl t L 1P 1C1 4 t t iy CHOOLMASTERS TESTIMONY ptvm the American AVicarft Ohio Fred 31 Wimple a tve11 knows SJjtcachor of Perry Mich told are Hiiw of tho JallU mertcnii of tho wonderI euro Dr Williams fl1 Pills hud of- torfffrj his CASe Mr Wimplo has lived f perry all his Life and is highly re jtod rho followlug Is his story HFor tholnst twaivo yea s IhnvoI followed fcsslon of schoolteacher hen taught 141pa about lelTY untU JSIl lIuner front cutarrl1 I had to resign nud go I2ti 1 went to Amlto City La where I Mdbt jaundice Ibut the cnturrh dlsn- tS d Ontonof thoJauiuUcocainoclironlo Sterrhccai and a peculiar disorder of tho blood or courso I had to give UIm school sd every thing else Idly out strangestIhhizswasthat weed would flow I was ill Loulslullunbout BBflyciir had then on tho udvico ol ono of thefour doctors who hall been attending mf on Maya JH 5 rcturuod to my home in Perry i Ulltil August 1895 1 had ono physician in Owoso mid ono in Perry who declared they could do nothing fur me tuI my case skilllVVhllOln Ixjulslanu I was recommended by a Judy to take Dr Williams Pink Tills mil did tnko two boxes when It wasdis if covered by the physicians and they would not let mo take any more though they cer tainly benefited me Now that tho Michigan doctors declared not help me I imtnrully turned this tlmo 1 welchedpound l ktsaalspale and emaciated with chronic diarrhoea blood disorder null In cipient paralysis of tho arms Before I hud taken two boxes the numbness in my arms was gone nUll I began ouch more to enjoy refrcsliluir sleep Then the dlnrrhoou Btopiicd l began to look placid and healthy and by thin ttino I hail lukeii twelve boxes I was II Ileal thy man welRldiiR 1W pounds I taught lilY school nil last winter tad this spring cud now this Aupusl 1KH I huvo done 111010 work ou the liinu Ulan I luivo dooo lu yeses Thcso pills can ho purchased where lotUhicd them at Mr L DL Marshalls the Perry druggist who isulsoniiractlsliigphyI Iclan If any one has doubts about this cue let him write to Dr L M Marshall Perry MUhleaii STATE or MICHIGAN Il COUNTY or Sui ttvssesas Oil this lilt day of August A D1soot before me Newton Imldwlu nTuutkcot the Pence In anti for the City of Owasso lu said county personally appeared Fred DI- 1Vhnple it1 who being duty aitnivi Ifittticrtd Iud says that tho above statement are cor rectto tho best of his knowledgeand belief FiiKii M WiMni Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of August A D H9Ij- NIWTOS BALDWI- XJttttler of Hie Tutee Dr Williams Pink Pills eontnln in a con densed form all the elements necessary to jive new life anil richness to the blood and restore shattered nerves They nro an un failing specificI for utieli diseases us loco motor ataxia partial paralysis St Vltus dance HiInliiii neuralgia rlioilinltlsill nervous headache the after effects of Ir grippe pulpitatloii of the heart pale anti sallow complexions all forms of weakness either In u alo ur female Pink Pills are sold by nil dealers or will bo sent post pall ou receipt of price W cents u box or six boxes for t2ro they are never sold in bulk or by tho UK by addressing Dr Williams Medicine Company Schenectady NY il J SUBSTITUTES FOR BULLETS NuggctN of Cold mill Wnod11 Nlugi Used liy lluntrm In IliurccnilfH When n hunter in the old days lost all IIM bullets or hadnt any to shoot with le usually devised subtituteH that tm occasion served Ithe puqwse well AH sorts of things have been tired at panic or Indians as tit ease niifjht he nldllank KIKson livinjr up inIeflerson county N Y told Iu his dying day how he was cooped up by Indians outwent once with it little lend lots of powder II belt full of gold nugget a line rifle nail a bullet mold IIt was on the top ur- L knoll wh rc his 1 lo1g cabin had 1 Ixen built and he had a barrel of water and i lot of wood for emergencies The In Allans kept just out uf range dashing n once in awhile to draw his fire He- ioon used his bullets up uud then used the gold He tired nearly half his fortune at the redskins before they left VHI Many n hunter linn used a pebble in the hope of getting a close deadly shot fcckknlvcM and ramrods hurt served their time as missiles Forest ant Stream tells about u hunter who hind ouly a single bullet but lots of powder the bullet shot the horn of a big buck oft and the buck charged the man who ancuurranches and putting them into his rifle Then he rammed them down on the powder And tired nt the maddened deer Ills partner came along after awhile with a belt full of bullets and matting a run for the tree gave n bul let to the shooter who quickly killed the deer tf A Superbly Appointed Train hotween the Iiuperiurs nud lululi Is tho North atilJ1PItscqulpmeatSiepingCarsBulleti tnllIdWoonntty has ovcry luxury which iinugiua conceive or mind invent for the wmrort and convenience of passengers tiNortbWcsternriPPy to aKcuts of eomicctinir lino or ad W B KwlloJIs U I unu T ICuleuu111fit I III IllnnlZdinmvNounI leas the IIIV III1IU wino knew enough tc esioIn when It rained VjJJTHE older a man gals said mho cornfcil f J has1UTHIS next tlmo youaresmites lo buy an jfwle on credit remember thr Impudent Imtor WhO will will on you Atchlion I KVCH and bent Lame back did It ht and sound St Jacobs Oil did it- t w I 4 I t I HE FARMING WORLD SELLING COMB HONEY A Minnie lJan That Inns llceu Surrrtn fully Used for Yrar There is need for n good cheap and substantial quautitlespreserve being broken until tho purchaser can get it to his home The plan that one beekeeper has used for tea years and gives nn illustrated description of flue American Bee Journal may not InI the best but it is convenient and ef fective when the material can be ob expensehereWhat 1 use is called basket splints nt the shops 1 think almost tiny has ken veryheuplywhen they are time least crowded with enrl1slullIglong four anal onefourth inclms wide and onetwelfth inch thick made from basswood timber These 1 scare across with the point of n knife so theywill bond nt the scored places unit not break off To score the splints in the right place I use blocks of thin lum her cut the right size to score where i want them scored These blocks I lay on the splints and score nlong each edge of the blocks with the point of a knife The number of sections sold is set out and then the splints are scored just right for that number of sections Ilieu the splints are wrapped around the sections and tied with twine then n paper isWIll ppcd around the package and iigiin tied with twine This makes a good solid package and the custo tier cannot easily stick his lingers into the honey until it is untied Some times when 1 have a little leisure I tic up a number of those packages sou cus bluer fines not have to wait for it to bo done J5y putting up paekngcs contain ing one two three four live and siv Kictions each you will he able by com bining these to give the customer the exact amount he may want You can put it up in packages containing an ex act mount as tocont 0ccnt or 1 paekagcs or almost armyother uinoimt as the sections will vary n little in weight and you ean select the ones that will make it come about even for Ithe price you may nerd 1 sell the most IDcent and onedol lilt piekage + Some of the pack ages have u convenient handle or hull to carry them hylhrse are or the foot folk and those on bi cycles or those who go on the train tend vixli to take a package to a Iril nil This bail iis made by cutting the twine long enough to weave back laid forward n few timest It pays to make it easy amid convenient for a customer to handle tluve packages lit gets his honey home without breaking the capping 01 having any mess about It and is much more likely to want more POISONOUS POTATOES An Alkiilolil Called SuliinliiK Irs kraal luiiliiK Siiiiiitliiicx it is not very rare to see serious ne eidents happen by poisoning from the use of potatoes in places where food Is supplied by contract as in schools prisons anti barracks and astonishment I is expressed that this precious and highlyestimated food stuff should be capable of doing much damage It is well to know that the potato even when rImoliitely sound contains a certain amount of vegetable alkaloid called fcoliuiine The remarkable point is that thiutol anino is much more abundant in sum mer than in winter whereas it amounts to 0011 per kilogramme from November to February it readies the figure of OSao in July anti August Tl ls evil would not be very great If the produc tion of the alkaloid were not still further increased by the process of germi pulton nnd putrefaction of the potato I he uso of potatoes deteriorated III this way may give rise to cases of pobonlng Ihuractcvicd by vomiting diarrhoea fever dilated pupils convulsion anti profuse sweating It iin usually in the mouths of Tune and July that these accidents occur at the moment when the potatoes of the p ccdlng rear have begun to germinate anti rot 1 tis therefore necessary to watch these supplies in the most careful man ner and to refuse potatoes that show any black or softened spots or that have begun to germinate As u general thing potatoes used tit eating should bo as fresh as possible European Edition N Y Herald I Lj 14 1t RECORDING PEDIGREESI Suggestions Varnished by a 1romlnwit llttortl Association After obtaining pedigree blanks from the secretary of the association which the breeder proposes to record tho folllowing from a leaflet published by one of the lending record associa tions should IHJ observed A short convenient name should be written on the pedigree before it is sent for record It it Is too long i will be nbbrevlutcd before the pediI glee is numbered About the most important consider ation is to have the names and addresses written plainly Too little at tention Is paid to this matter nUll nu morons errors result live exact date of farrow number In litter and number of each sex raised The latter is most important as n record is Ikept in the oilicc of each lit ter to which n pedigree refers when received ail nil pedigrees for this litter after sent In must agree in every particular Always give sex as it iis in ninny vases impossible to tell by the name whether the animal is male or female Nothing need be given regarding sire and dam except their names nnd numbers but great care should be taken to have these correct If the sire was owned at time of service by another party this should always be stilted In giving owner of sire give hliv owner nt time of service In giving owner of dam give her owner at time the litter was farrowed The breeder of n Utter is the person who owns or has tin than leased at time of service There is no exception to this rule I if the taut is sold after being bred nnd before she farrows pedigrees for her litter should be made out as bred by the person who owned her at time of service and sold In dam to ithe perI I farII I onfthe upper part of the pedigree either in the space for bred by or sold in dam to Particular attention is called to this as there are more errors on pedigrees in this pnrlicular than in any other No pedigree will be llled for record without the signature of the breeder except in cases where the ani mal was sold in limit The signature of the party who raisedI the pig will then be sullieient if proper breeding certificate Iis on tile All wiles of nn ani mill not yet recorded should be written I exceptIIn sending pedigree of nn animal purchased I by another party always vend the pedigree as exactly made out and signed by tho breeder Uo not make any changes in n pedigree signed by another person If nay are neces sary 1 the pedigree should be referred to thin person signing It Never under hilly circumstances Rend II copyOf tho original pedigree for ICIIIIII CONVENIENT RACK Fur lUnijunl lccillui This Iletlle IM In Ilf Highly Ki iiiuiiiiiloil- Kvcry farmer hits proved trim the idea that cattle will lat out of doom rough fodder that they would scorn to touch when standing in their stalls rite fresh air surd the changed surround ices probably account for this frcakl ness on the part of the cattle KatirR out of doors is n sort of picnic IVhtn one has a rough fodder that he must I feed out advantage can be taken on many summer days of this liking on the part of stock for ont of doo eat ing An easily innde and convenient rack for such outofdoor feeding is shown in the cut It can be reached by time stock from four sides nnd tho lust mouthful can be reached as the bottom is close to the post In the center With the sides spread still more large stock cnn feed from the outside and smaller stock further in under thu sides These sides tire made of sepa rate pieces four in all and each side is held up by ropes or chants attached to the post Pie sides may hook to gctlicr at time bottom N 1 lrlhullc Junk AVork a Sure Winner A good many farmers inch late sum mer pigs that they are not giving much attention but ate letting them rough it till winter sets In when they will begin to feed for spring market Why not rush them when feed is most plentiful and the weather pleasant Jt Is a great deal cheaper to feed a pig when he en joys sleeping out of doors thou It is to feed him when he must be sheltered Ortiit map out to feed for a certain market but rattier to get too pig fat a qiitckly as possible The market Ji ready Quid work is a surer winner Ithan planning for imaginary high pllecJIj r rKef In ll t IHSekenat snhle au1Ttai6qxouraioutloketsfrom oaitsduced rates Details as to tales routes etc rosy bo obtained on application to any coupon ticket opontor by addressing Gno AgentChlcuRO lonUllnthu KataBostonlransclipL Fortune Seeking Emigrant Many a poor family tint seeks tut west era wllils in tho hope of Winning a fortune Is preserved from Unit insidious foe of time emigrant niul frontier an chills and fe derby llostcttcrs Btonmch liitttrs Ho eflfcctuidly dues thnt incomparable medici nal defense fortify tho system against tho combined influence of n madaa ious atuios phcrennd nth summa tahitod water that prop tech d by it tho pioneer the minor or time tourist provided with It nmy safely encounter the danger ettAUo you call IJcrtha u beauty BostonTranscript TUB letter quoted below written March 23 ISNl by the editor and nimmner of tho HlicWeld Ala Standard leaves no room to doubt Unit u Hiicecssful treatment for the cum of the liquor habit existsI lu II M WOOIIKV Albuila On Your antkloto for the liquor habit will do all you claim for It After drinking whisky for more lean 20 years I tlnd myself enth ely re lieved of thin accursed appetite through tho use of tlireo bottles of your medicine It is absolutely a si eelllo for tho liquor Imbltnnd leaves no bud ctlccu E11 UAUIANU I Is IT true that IMilgerUilnuncIallvcm hutltldoesntI cago Kceord Dont Klnrl fur Cnllfnriiln Or raget Sound until you biter rltton 1111IIJIIIIUIt + niul Side Trip It gives nltnirtlons en route dexerlhes train service ami person tally condiietcd tourist slooper excursions to California L W VAKEIKYU 1 A St Louis Mo rHi So nidloni tins fulled f SlieYesbut thoy only owe us a call so tlmiik good ness wo wont lush by it1 London Kignko- ni cu deep bruises tuned by St Jacobs Oil It wipe thorn out DOXT jiulpn n mans bravery In the day time when there ire no ghosts or mail women ntulatdAtlbisnI I Ulohe- I CANXOT HicnU ton lilyhly of Plsos Cure forCOUuut Itlouthus KIUM MOIIIH yiS W ad Hi New Voi tkl U IMUI lilt IIs money we are told yet most money IIs llimwn auav to lull time flit iciuli Dlaotle- iCitiiTirn for years IlIhllWI AVhy St JaeolisOll will cure Hpnilns rlflit off Sure I i 011IIIIJcarpoetrriniiysonHut r nlrm anuetiilu- g1htrt are tcir of inel anclioly tears of joy cad of- dllpalr and those sadtKit most pathetic tears of tin ncrvotiA over wrought vo lUll who hiifi bi to bearing sup bruvilyll- aIts Ik may ddlyl painNotheyhavetbing about it is hose lithe their snfTcritiKfl arc understood Kvcn the doctor nine I tinges in ten says Oh n little nervous nciii thats all or neuralgia or Insom nla or dyspepsia If he suspects the real cause IK insists upon ixaminatioiis and lo td treatment about the very worst thing possible to a nervous overwrought woman There is no need of these rrpugnanl methods Any woman may insure health and strength in a womanly way by the UlltII of Dr 1lerceB Favorite Prescription ItI cures time weaknesses and diseases of the feminine organism absolutely and com 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discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky 1 11btablished house In Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Kclcrcmut Enclose selfaddress ml envelope The National Star HuIMlng Chicago 2318 PUHStANT to U Cull of 11rM Kendall chairman of tho 91st legislative district tho Democratic uommittoos of Morgan and Wolfo counties composing said district met at West Liborty on December L8 1800 A quorum boing presort und after the object of tho meeting being explained by tho chairman J S Lawson of Mor gan county was elected secretary On motion of G H Swango iit was unanimously agreed as follows towit 1 Tho Democrats of the counties of Morgan nnd Wolfe aro culled to meet at their voting places in each precinct in acid counties on Saturday January HO 1607 at ono oclock p in for ho pur pose of selecting delegates to represent their Various precincts in n convention to be hold at Hazel Green 6n Saturday February 6 1807 for tho purpose of nominating n Democratic candidate for representative to bo voted for Novem her 1807 2 All legal voters that stood truo to tho Democratic party through tho late campaign when destruction was threat ened and defeat was secured by many who saw fit to leave tho party and follow leaders that thought moro of personal interests and tho upbuilding of the great truss and monopolies not of this coun try alono but of foreign countries than they did of tho common masses shall allowed to vote ut said precinct meetings 3 That such of these voters who fo wcrly claimed to be Democrats and now desire to come back to tho party as will pledge upon their honor that they willl support not only the nominee of this I convention but tho entire Democratic ticket to bo voted for at the Novem ber election 1697 will also be allowed to participate w itEch voting precinct shall be on tlllwltllone vpto f rf nrh flftv Ittll cant Jr tjtfi J li yNt vtVtiMi HtlI Mil rPll rNJttutl Uytrtwelliy 1iN 1Jls t MNf f f h I Y II w x provided that each precinct shall have at least one vote On motion tho HAZEL GREEN HERALD and Morgan Couuty Mes songor bo requested to publufc th wo proceedings On moljon the mooting theft fad Journod W Mt KENDALL J S LAWBON Seo Qhflirrnan NEWSITilE Rooky Mountain Cuban volunteers nearly 1000 strong wore announced to start Saturday after noon for the Florida coast TilE general council of Louis ville will at its next mooting pass a resolution calling upon tho Ken tucky members of congress to work for tho recognition of Cuban inde pendence FORMAL work on the now tariff bill was begun by tho ways nod moans committee of congress on Monday and tho first hearings covering 12 days will bo hold The number of business men who de sire to appear before tho commit too is unusually groat TUB latest steamers from Hono lulu to San Francisco bring tim news that U S Minister Willis condition is critical and it is thought tho end is very near Ho has boon ill for some time past Mr Willis is a Kentuckian and ex congressman from tho Louisville district ADYICKS from Havana via Key West I In1 state that Gomezs ar my is increasing daily Ho is now on tho borders of Mantanzas Province with more than 10000 woll armed laid well drilled mOll As ho advances ninny small bands are joining him and thoy arc being organized into the main body At Romero 15 peaceable citizons four of thorn women wore killed by Spanish guerrillas jt- t TKXAS sliarpshootorsto tho number of J15 wont to Cuba a short time since to assist in liberating tho island from tho bloodthirsty Spaniards On Thursday last they engaged in a running fight with an overtiming force of Spanish cavalry and were driven into a ravine front which thoro was no means of escape Toy held tho enemy at bay for over live hours killing over a score until tho last Toxan fell exhausted feebly exclaiming Viva Cubit libro SOMK fiends in human shape ro movod a rail from tho track of the Southern road on tho bridge which spans tho Cahaba river near Bloc ton A1111 and caused a frightful wreck A local passenger train carrying homo Christmas traders from Birmingham broke through tho bridge und foil into the shallow stream below a distance of 110 foot and the wreckage immediate ly Caught fire Only eight persons escaped with thoir lives and at latest advices 21 dead bodies had boon recovered Three strange men who wore soon robbing tho dead have disappeared HRNUY SAKQKNT of Fayettq county Texas E Winsloo Clark from Massachusetts W C M Ba kor from Mississippi F Belford and Arthur Thynno former resi lance not known loft Texas to Thoy1io inrwestern Texas which now await claim of thoir heirs The discov cry of n rich iron mino on Sargents laud has brought this matter to light and caused n search to bo mado for the parties or thoir heirs as those men loft descendants in Kentucky Further information will bo sMiton rcqunsfr by nddross ttte 1 tinto B GolV it sun Austinf 1 1tlk Y IREATHITT COUNTY Pear Tree Pickups Pear Tree postoffico was estab lished throe or four years ago It is situatod at tho residence of S H Huast is a beautiful little place with ono store and ono shop und JIB it is near the Wolfe county lint I thought it not II too far off to honor THE HKHALD with the hap ponings ot the place Not a bitIItoo far off lot us hoar from you oftonEDI Taylor Hurst son of S II who is attending the Jackson collegiate institute is spending tho holidays at home Mason Cope and Willie Hump ton and their wives neo Hurst spent Christmas with S H Hurst and had a jovial time J A Sowoll wife and daughter Zerilda and Donj Sewoll and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of S IL Hurst x HardinHurst informs your scribe that ho will soon pass througluyour town on route to tho homo of his dearest best Girls of H G put the rocks to him as he passes throughChristmas passed off quiotly but happily at this place But few turkeys worn dovourod and but lit tie of tho elixir of life drunk Nothing transpired of a heart charming nature that half way recloun od to tho honor lovo and glory of mankind except David Hollon in tho latest stylo led to tho altar which was tastefully and charm ing decorated with tho rarest and sweetest flowers a lovely and beautiful bride Miss Sarah Tyro and then and there before tho eyes of Divino Providence and many earth ly witnesses was united in the holy bonds of matrimony This capped time climax for Christmas and ov erything hero culminated in a blaze of glory May tho smiles of thoir conjugal felicity eclipse the frowns of all trouble and bad luck Dec 27 PIUTOCHAT TI1ET- WICEAWEEK l r t100 A YEAR Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings WeeklyCourirJonrnnl a Week CourierJournal Publication days arc 11 edncsday anil Saturday The Wed nesday paper will lie devoted to news and political topics The Saturday issue will he devoted to stories miscellany pictures po paperhaeh 12 pages n week an increase of two pages u week yearThewill not be changed and the battle for pure Democracy and true Democratic be con tinned successfully in theMature as in the past In spite of the expense invoked in the improvements noted the price of the TWicen week CourierJournal will remain the same 1 n year A feature during the coming year will be the editorials of Mr Henry Wattcrson on political anti other topijs of the day Dully CourierJournal 1 year 81 00 Unity nod Sunday 1 year H 00 Sunday mono l year a 00 TWICEAWEEIv gQ n f1 i1m AM Tilt HAZEL GREEN HERALDE- ACH ONE YEAR Fox Only 150We have made n special clubbing arrangement with the Twlce a week Courier Jour nil and will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers who will renew nnd pay in advance or to all new subset ibcrs who will pay in advance Sample copies of Conrier Journal sent free on application An subscriptions under this off- or must bo sont to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD l THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QOTNCBT Drawer ISO Chicago Secre tats or the BTAU ACCIDENT COMPANY for information regarding Accident Insur ance Mention this paper By so doing you can save Membership fee lias paid over tCOOOXJOO Me I acdJentallnudesIIF your own Agent QCIfEDI o iii r We are I BADLY OVERSTOCKED tlIn Every tlISThe Extreme Mild Weather and IWarm Winter is the Cause I I oIOfl Department a t yy1rLiIII I NOTHING EVERYTHING RESERVED GOES IIj e1toI est Prices This is no Fake Sale but I genuine reductions t A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 75c Our Best former Jeans Pantsii BestLo8- estLeofUIs1ersiieOii m ts inteGitgyT I L l I A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in I Every Department t LOUIS W GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY + l ROSED VISoPRAOTIOAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS i HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY i WE Homo 1usej 1 IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEIIemploy only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully so- licitedPiEATTSj LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor WIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE o Special care taken of teams for Conner cial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the public re spectfully solicited H F PIERATT ap l I iI4Ja A SOUTH9lor GRADUATES SOLOING FINE r111W11N1Jtidjlp Piflfflll1 l nECOLLIENDCO BY THE WDING BUSINESS MEN DF lacr rs iTNF COUNTRY MFHrrba C9UffS VANT6p IJJx1I11U 2J11 bf71 f fI4 L AY A fcv x 1i1iI1TT1 3y J 70S HERALD t lizil Green Hearsays Happenings 0 IDr Silas Kash and wifo loft yes terday morning for Louisville Dudley Arnott of Hondricks I jilagoflin county was here Tuesday Rev JJE Mann is this wan I holding a mooting at Pine Grove jn Monofoo county Carl Mizo of Centre Collego r I panvillc is spending his ChristmasI vacation here with his father an- fIf mother Tho young folks of our town had A stern party at Robt Nodloys Tuesday night Red spout u fo hours very pleasantly Ernost Elkins and wife have quit boarding and are now housekeep ing in the old Masonic hall They deserve a good pounding Judge G B Swango attended a meeting of tho legislativo com r mitten at West Liberty Monday Ithe proceedings of which we pub lisp elsewhere in todays issue Mark McClain who was raised r here but who has been railroading I for several years past arrived yesterday evening for a short visit to- tt relatives and friends about here r frDrr Nickoll reports the following births since our last issue To f the wife of Hardin Caudill a girl j to the wifo of Jim Bush a boy jj- ftor the wifo of John Brown a boy Try it once just for luck and tseo how much bettor you feel while reading a paper you havo paid for than you do while reading one you havent paid for for a year or two Have you paid for tho one you are reading right now Willio Quicksall of Ezel was the guest of his brotherinlaw AV T Swaugo on Sunday and roturnod homo Monday accompanied byI Mrs Mann who goes to join husband at Pino Grove whore hits o holding a protracted mooting jl At the Christian church Sun May the topics to bo discussed are Tho Promise of the Father a jll a m anti Doing Ilia Commandments at 010 p m Every body is cordially invitod to these services Lot tho now year bo be gun by attending the Lords lily services t A bottle of Dr Bolls Pine Tar I nlodncin4sholf 1 attack of croup it is invaluable Allaying tho irritation and ending ftho danger in loss timo than ii- would it take to go for tho doctor lit stands preeminent as a remedy for coughs colds and kindred dis easos v Elsio James and Miss Lulu Kash Curtis Quicksall and Miss Ava Swango Mort Pieratt and Miss fVirgio James Eugene Atkinson j Efrenchs ticoniposed party of young people from this place who dined with Mr Kd Cecil and family near town yesterday 11Rov F Agar of Maytown had a donation given him by tho good Citizens of Maytown On Thurs- dayj last two fair young ladies came 1 goorltinzany thanks are duo to them fo- their kindness which will bo over Ppreciated by Rov Agar SpntinolDemocratlad Ting man well known about hero iony Strothor was hurt Wednos Sf a fall at Morehoad He was altering a church when the scaf tt fell throwing him to tho floorII distanco of 18 feet No bones Broken but he is badly1 bruis tt war n DISTRESSING 0That a Man Should Be Force to Beg for His Own Boing in absolute and urgent need of every cent duo mo that I may meet my own indebtedness I have been and am still sending statements to all who are in ar thekeach case is small tho sum in the aggregate would enable mo to pleat my own obligations and at tho same timo greatly im comingdyear I hopo therefore that each and over person go addressed will promptly answer my appeal All dayswwill have their names taken front tho list and find their accounts in tho hands ofn Collecting Agency THAT WILL COLLECT I Those who receive tho paper in single wrapper will find Xmark after tho name which indicates expiration of timo paid for and may bo verified by the date follow ing name I hope I offend no ono in bogging for my own for unless those ap pools are promptly answered there will bo loop distress in THE HER ALD household Wishing alln happy and pros perous new year I remain Tho Peoplos Friend SlENCKH COOIKH Christmas at Lane LANE KY Dec 29 1800 1DFAtt HERALD I want to toll your renders how wo spent Christmas at Lane To say wo had a good time does not express it To say wo hud a beautiful timo does better About tho 22nd tho Sunday schoolchildren under tho loader ship of William r Graham super intendent Gild Rev Hiram Whis man began to decorate tho church On tho morning of thin 25th early in tho lily tthoir work was com plotod Near tho center of tho church stood a beautiful Christmas tree laden with beautiful and costly gifts which would have done noighborhoo1tthan ours Just boforo 11oclock music began to flow from the organ Misses Eilie Elkins and Xorilda Sowoll being tho performers They were assisted by tho singing choir which made tho music tho very best At 11 a m tho exorcises wore opened in order by W r Graham who was followed by J A Sowoll with a lecture on tho birth of Christ After this and whorl tho committees for taking down and distributing tho presents were about to commence their work a surprise tool place which filled not only tho children but overono present with amusement It was tho entrance of Santa Claus who was dressed in full uniform His real name is Sum Kash Santa was the commanding officer while present and did not hesitate to assume his authority to the jollity of all Ho said ho had como from Cuba that morning and was glad to bo away but intended to muster a command and return Tho presents were worth from Iff to 10 Everybody seemed well ploased Many of the old citizens were thorn among them J R El kins at whoso expense tho church was built Success to our Sunday amrgoing to say it success to Sam not Sam Kash but Uncle Sam when ho tolls Spain to take her murdering cutthroats away from Cuba that she must bo let alone UNCLE ALLEN Sometimes people apologize for giving the editor items Dont do it The items aro wanted and your interest in tho paper can bo ex pressed in only ono hotter waya paid up subscription j fSr cy 6 r 1 11TGLII KITCHEN1 r 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINCTON KYIRegular Meals 25 conts Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9a m Dinner fray a 10 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m t 4 Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty y + GU 111061 Pil tr sI Mizpah Lodgo No 507 F A M hold its regular annual oloction on Dec 27 St Johns day at which tho following officers worn elected for tho ensuing year John H Picrntt W M Oscar W Cecil S W J H Rose J W E F Cecil Treas SecyJ D J M Nickell J D J T Pieratt Chap J F Wood S T John U Davis 1 Robt Nickell J Stewards cuml11tonday left for Ezol whoro she is taking i hor vacation with hor parents She will return to Campion tho latter part of tho week and Mon day take her place as a teacher in tho academy at that placo IT ANTEDSEVKUAL PAITHFULMEN Ifor women to travel for responsible es tablished house In Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Keferencc Enclose selfaddress IlulldingChicago WOLFE COUNTY Toliver Topics Mrs M A Elkins is very ill with fever Born to tho wife of J M Toli vor a girl- Aaron Mannin was visiting in these parts Sunday Misses Lou Catron and Elsie Bowling attonded tho Christmas tree at May town J B McNabb and wife gave to friends and relatives a nico Christ mas dinner Among those present woro A P Tolivor und wife r J Catron and wifo W T McNabb and wife P L McNabb and wifo 0 W McNabb and wife Alex Tol ivor und wife und Dr Silas Kash All had a nice time t Doc 28 SIIIXKU Lano Locals Jas Williams of Campton wits in our midst Monday Jas A Sewoll has made a good improvement on his dwelling J R Elkins is having an addi tion put to tho back of his store house1VillianIIlollon accompanied his best girl to Morgan county SaturdaySome of our young people at tended a Christmas gathering at Win Haulseys on Gillmore Sat urday All report a fine time Christmas is over and wo are pleased to announce that moro than 200 hearts woro imido glad with tho beautiful gifts of an ele gant Christmas tree which had boon raised tho day previous by a committee of tho young folks of Holly at tin Elkins chapel At 8 oclock on Christmas lay wag ons buggies and horsemen began to arrive from all over tho country and by half past 12 tho house and yard wero literally packed some of whom had como front Morgan Loo and Broathitt counties Lacy crook Gillmoro Still water and Hod riVer Tho organ was presided over by Misses Effio Elkins and Zorilda Sewoll and good music was furnished by tho Holly choir A beau tiful song was rendered by the little children The presents wore from a hen egg to a 12 saddle As many as 15 presents were called for ono person- Prevention IB better than cure Keep your blood pure your appetite gotHl tall your digestion perfect by tnklnif IMood Sar iipjrlUa Roods Pills net luirtuonlously wiih lljtls Srsiisrin geode efllcieut e y a- a r1 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loto is years ore made up as per opposite cut Double Ilteasted with extra Iants your door In remittlnRsend either ron Otter 01J Express Money Order or llrgtstered lclle tar measure tend ago of Hoy it last Uirlhdjy anl If large or mill fr Mi age our Illustrated Priced Catalogue in which you will find Boys Suits from 980 up Youths Long Pants Suits from 200 up an Mens SuitsJroi 50 UP l E CO m K 102d SL New York City I t PB HAVENS anythinginSilverware Sampson ProfitstblueOxfordrcutwlowRinkAlbert PocketPatentIlatolPockeU h76Ipuupe and FREET- O EVERYBODY h ROSENBURGER 1MVJ RUBEROID ROOFING UNIVfft5AIJjDIDINGIJC4 27611 Z srMNaa =W1 j 774i i tr t i THE HERALD t jspKScEI COOPER Publisher t1A7EL GREEN t t t KY I WOMENS NOSES The Noti Woniatv Iii 7tn4Mplug u Wyifi of Her 4 ivm flie modern woman is develop iII aiovf ly5x of HOMO or so nt least say Dr H S J11I Olllllll authority on phrenology There tiro rniliy tu fe1n nine types One IK t lint of the Imsl newt woman ortho woman whose hICK of lifo huvo lain in professional phiccs This is the new none The other is thtlt of tie society woman Of Iho first nose that ol Mrs Booth Tucker IIs n striking example No dnn S 4 cr df the glasses fihe wears dipping jrom their porch There is a nostril too thut shows the breadth of ninbl tion and the conscious power of tin owner It is a strong nose Xoonecvei BaY a weak woman with 11 nose lik that It constantly reminds you that the owner IIs not to bo trifled with that it knows I ItsI rights and knowing dan maintain Anyone who Is acpiant With Mrs BoothTucker needs nous Mirancu Unit she IPOHKCSSCH each am every quality which the nose indicate were born In her Peculiar callings of women result liti chrirncierlstiu noses Tall the typewriter for Instance It will be noshed an a rule that her nose jis somcwhai pointed at tho end with just a SUM piclon of an upward turn to till tip This must not be confounded how over with tIll oldfashioned rctroiiHM nose because tit two are an different1 t ns wax beans said blackberries ThlIM ttypo of nose iis also peculiarly notice able among till women and young girl1 + who have long earned their own living Now take the young woman who lm made up her mind that slut IK going lit make something of herself tit hill pro Iission Not only her nose hut her lilts i UK well gradually show n distinct change in the alignment of expression Thero I it no qucMtinn thnt till HOMO Ih nn indication of the Intelligence tin owner Thu nose of tho modern inatiireil null developed woman such as Ithat of 11TH PoothTnckorI shown rutlrlrist earn estness curiosity Indefatigable perse verance and an ability to decide a JIIOM + tion Ipromptly nun dually Observation says the phrenologist slovM thnt II this lady von IIiitter to I1 + 141141 prevent prominent und active part in affairs hot nose will take on it nlmrpor outline and thu loundlng fullnoim IshutI make the feature one of bcnuly nt pnncut bo sadly marred Tho large nose htm heretofore been held to ho principally an Indication off generosity although this ivnlly Ices been a very ironounccd indication tint the owner her a warm fnudnotn fur the material side of life ruder thin now interpretation however generosity nnd materiality have nothing tit do with II Of coinno the hiynoMcd woman will be gonerouft All broadminded per sons aro liberal She will probably gao with loudly ryes on the material things of lift fur there i101111 reason why who should not Thin mm bowevrr Illit rcpidlv becom bug as Mlnrijr an indioaliuiiof eharactor an the oyo tnt of UIOHC dux a brand now Holoncc will make its bow to tIn world It will bo coiled the st leutuof iioi o and woman will ltt itn chief in terpreter until eamlnorV Y Herald AMERICAN SOCIETY TliU Writer Sus Tlitit We late Very llt Ho tit II Wo linvu no gnnt lai dluilleiti 111111 heroI IIK no popular recognition of the fact that a great landowner or jrron man of nayport needs a grunt 4ionv In the second place we bao no capital to draw on hut a large company of men and women who will IIIUUM rust other In a Hoelal way even from Krlilny to Monday Thu absence of anything wo can call society that IIs tit union of wealth and unpin III Ilitsnu141NIrtl41 In all tlm large American cltic ox kept osslbly Boston Is ono of 1ho marked and remarkable features of our tune It IIs therefore naturally vtmt ono might expect that we rarely hear of Americans figuring in oultlvnlwl I circles In InglnuuIhow who go thrro with social aspirations dcxlre moM to get Into what Is called tit prince of Waletf set in which their natlontii pe eullaritles furnish great anuiRomoni among a elnhs of people to w bom ttmuM1 meat In tho main thing c It would be easy enough to filllUur St1 moms from Friday to Monday In n house near Now York or Itostoni I5ut What kind of company would it be How ninny of the guests would huo nnythiiiff to sny to each other Strp1tre- Htoekst to bo ruled out where would the topics of converButlou lu for ud V Would there be much to filk about except tit nlzc of tho hosts fortune Odd tint ol some other persons present Molt innny of the men would wish toslt with the ladles In thoovenlngind pjirtlilpitto with then in conversation Would the- Iuotrittenlpt two such gatlurings with ouir ribShdonlnj his eiTorts In disgust eelJlgfltltth01vt41eenncernand jolnj n to1uropeE L Godkln In Scrib nere Iron IH more extensively used In- N medicine than nny other mineral ub 5t stance There arc huiu1re ls of medical f preparations of which It forms thu prln- v i Cripal parti nmlthelr number is cou tant J it ijereasIng p HOW MKINLEY GAINED KvKeiice fir iVuii Scetrt w irk liy Sir Manua A thoroughcauvatlltof the vote of this ibIte election would bctisiful not only In lowllt hilt In several other states illn silver committees could very well nf ford to make an eruct census of some or Those prcclnetM lit which an abnormn vote has been lulled bccanse It itp pwirsthat more votes have been counter tliaii there are tunic perBons of voting age Let IIH cotiHlder some of the figurei ami I1t what they tell The latest returns from Town give Me Kfnley asoSTS tall llryan 2liiG wltl about 5000 votes for Palmer tutu OO for the prolibltlou candidate The to till 114 about 520000 In tl2tJw vote of Town Wilt CHeve land Iipii5r Harrison JtJ70 Weav Sr2O1 tundln0hbilioniMt0412Thet- titnl vote wits MalO Tn 18si the vote was ricveland 17fl8S7 Harrison 211 MIR prohibition 1ill union labor 9115huh toal vote wax 114130 In 1 SOli till vote for governor wan Dem ocrat Mi4Ki republican 205059 pup nllst IWlis1 prohlbltionlst rtoW To till 4iHtt Mr Itryan this year polled ncnrli i 7001 votes more than Mrl ellIland ilid In IMC and nearly 1 4000 vote t Iiot pulled more votes than any republican candidate for Ithr presidency oxer polled before thisI year Yet 70000 heretofore unknown republicans came out of tht finish null list their votes tor Mr Mo lKinlcy The total vote shows an in 1 I 11tS1of 77000 I 102 Tin lust figures obtainable about Illi I OH for this year give Hrvau IVi7iO1 McKlnlcy nHiSIT Ialmer I80L1 and about lOle for till two prohibition ulI1I didates The total 1 is about 1170000 In 18HSJ the vote for president was Cleveland 42U2HJ1 liiirrson stiM2SS WoavoraaSO iirohtliltlonUS70 ThrI lotal was S7V 4 In lisss the vote for pioxhlont iis Clovolund nsj7N Mar rlsonJUo1 111 pmhibltloiiltini unionI labor 70510 united labor 1 110 The to tal was 7I70SO In the republican land slide of ISUI tit vote for state treas urer was Democrat ItaVllSi ivpublic an llssii prohibition ID 17 i popu list WJKJ The vote for till icpnhllcim candidate in IISOI1 wits till largest ever given to a candidate of any Party in Illinois until this year unaI Mr illryan polled nearly 11000 store vines tuna were given to Ihat ciudidatc Mr Ihw iin polled ii0 iroic + OUK than Mr Cleveland carried the state with In IS02I when Clevcliind had a plurality of 27 100 over Harrison lint again that mys tterious vote uunits nut of the brush for Mr McKlnlcy and gives him nearly 110000 volts more than ever before wore polled for any candidate IIn Oregon tit vote was I llrran IWl MoKinloy4S07 l almorsi pro hibition s7 In 1 Pill Has Cleveland1 Jtt IHarrison ii002 Weaver 2i Uiii plellhut hut 22sI The democrats and populists were fused Oil ore elector that year and he yasoloctod Thisyoar Mr llrynn polled over ifIIJI mare votes then were ever before polled for the candidate of any party yet the Mc lKbiler vote make a tremendous leap ruing nenrly 40 pet cent greater than I the vote cast for Harrison in 18U1 The complete iinolllcial llgnroH for Indiana Ihiw year give MoKinloy 121 MO Itryan tois4 Palmer r7i Levering iil18 Uentloy lssi social ist hilxir 1 45 Total o0l4l In IMI2 Cleveland carried Indiana by iltf1 the vote being ClxelaiidI 2iW flO llnrriHon JViiilV V tVor 2220S pmliibltlon lMV 0 Tutu1 1 vote wits 554 0111 ISSS the tote was Cleveland 01011I Ilarrlwm 2I1411 prohibition USSI union labor 2104 Total vote riniIO In isoi the highest vote until thin year that was over given to any candidate was given to the republican candidate fur iertttnyitf suite It was 8htl5 Iris democratic opponent palled only 1lis7i2 votes Itho prohibi llonlstx JJ157 and the populirt 0JSs Tho total vole was IWiisx1 This year of grace isoo Mr irytin rec lvcd 20 100 more votes than wore ever before Klvoii to any candidate Tie polled 41 iHH votcn inotv than Mrt C cvoland re 41 Ivod in isia whltollhl be ne iountod furry the addition nf tthe popn list vote gnu a reasonable grn lbit behold the MoKinloy vote leaped for ward 7tuiN through till appearance of tin army that never before cant a bal tot and that disappeared Immediately and has not since been seen The vote in Ohio was approximately 175000 for Mr Hryan null 2i00li for MoKinloy Mr Itryan polled 17000 votes nitre than were over given to any republican candidate in Ohio before tIbis year the vote for Uushiiell for ovoJrndr In 1S5 being 427141 Mr IJryau hull 70000 votes nitre Haul Mr Harrison roeolvod when he carried the matt In 1SI2 The vote that year was llarrlHon 4051S7I Cleveland 401 lift iVoaver iMS50 prohibition 20012 Wo nay bu sure I lht Mr Itryan did tint have any votes cumtod for hun that la lldnt get Yet in spite of his galnti ibeiij were 12uooO Individuals who lever voted before yet eame out of till ivoods IOIIR enough to vote trIO repub lean lekei tad defeat him by 30000 The Kentucky vote Is as follow Mo Clnley 1 2JS055 1ryKii 217707 Pal tier SOIS Levering 3S74 Mr Uryau veeiVfd over 4 000 votes more ti an Mi lovcland received in 1S92 when Mr Cleulnnc1 hull over 40000 plurality ever Mr Jlarrlson M r Ihynn received UII 000 votes niece thut wcnv over before lvcm to any candidate Yet here Q tl n tlJIl 1 rr 11 t v were VotcH enough fug McKiiley soma where to overtop HrJIIJ1 In u recent Intcnieni M r 1 Jr linn said he knew during the campaign then were lutes when tIll bestunU brax t of thtree outside of headquarters vles palrcil of the result but Unit was be cause theyt1M not know tIll soeroio of the work bring done in the daiblfn Mutes The figures quoted above and others which might be quoted oonecni Jag other vtatos suggest that nn CN Iilanatlon of the secret work would be most Interesting1 llccky Mouittnin Denver News- FOOLING THE IARMER R jiulillciit Org um At lii ItcsorllnR tlTheir Old TrltkK The echo of the rcccit verdict of the people hits H04ireely died out and tIll re turns from tllehaekuistllets are still Incomplete but the njnibllenn organs Jtae already bojrun their grateful task of pnlUni the wool over the farmers nycH In jircparution for the next fedora canvass The grout agricultural din trlcts of tin1 west have shown a ton donoy to dissolve their connection witl the partyof tin trusts anti to consul thoir intoivatVt by voting for the 111111 tlon of lpolicies that aro calculated to promote till genera welfare rood therei- N hardly a doubt ttintt the ngllllI ii nil oast is open to the conviction that has already imprcfsvd the western farmer Thego p finds itself confronted there fore with a conditloji lulu not a theory cued it is hound to nicer it if business jis t1 be continued at the oldstand lids condition Is now being null by till or runs which arc catching tthe farmer ear and tellliff Mm fthat what lie nerds is protectionIt be necessary to claborati argument with the view of provlnj thatI the republican protection policy is of no use to titI Ill n0rs TIll rimed or the g o jp on tlis iiic tion supplies tin roTniiUon of its CII theory Ko years tlc farm r huts horn toll that lie noodcl 1protection and that ho must hte protected mill yet it Mils boon neees v1 I11 r puatetIlye s Ileod thislssurnnee ill onlor to oo II t he fllllIlII Ithnt ihe repuliiicMi lnrty has feel his bust friend If 110111 ill n is noeessarv foi the fiirmor vhv his it tint hI1 given to h lIt 111111 ins it kern nceesstiry for their o Ip lt1 wit hind protection from tie fanner and to conlioo itself simpl to Ipromising to protect him The man u fact u rci s have nut brut put off with repeated iroyiison they hate always got what thy wanted in tit prnl eel iota lire When the farmer huts gone intc tho market to hay fir has found the pro eollv policy In operation to his great iliMidvitntnftc when ho has gone into the market to sell he hits always fount prdeuIJnn taking a day on Perhaps hrreena the farmer ran still be induced to lend an ear to the siren suugf protection Perhaps tin wool may still be successfully pulled over Ills eyes The g u p scrips to think so til tiny rate for the singing tutu vnul pull hug arc il reedy under way Minghnm ton N y1IlcI Till TiirllT Outlook A ho re iis observable among the repute lien leaders chastened disposition to lot sleeping tarin logs lie The tohntry isj boinggivonI assurances that only sncli changes will hut made as an m ccssary to produce revenue snlllclent for the gov ernnients nerds in tit liar west where the tarilVi IHHIIC was worked by silver re publicans to get otos against silver this retreat of the MeKinleyltos from AloKInloylsm will cause disappo nt mont hilt the people as n whole wouldl like to believe that business is to be given a rest from tar IV uncertainties However Ithough it is inmifenilyj I the wish of the prcsldontoicci and his ad vscs to 811tl radical action the I trusts that mint mere protect on for ttho in oroasp of thor p goer mil pr Its will hUH to lc reckoned with The patriotic gent lemon who compose tthese Ithieving confederacies will demand all thin fruit that can be gathered frun the victory which they disinterestedly fought ti win for the national honor The Instant the work of making changes in tho tnritV is begun their agents will bo in Wash ington insisting on recognition The hope of the nation is that election to the presidency may have hued a now sense of responsibility end of justice in tit mind of Maj MoKinloy N1JournnI POINTS AND OPINIONS Will those who deprecate con tinued agitation pleas call Mr llanni allltlnnta Constitution The gold reserve is growing out of sight and tIll sooner it gets there tthe bettor for the country St Loniit lopublle Mark llanna announced till oth 1 day that he will keep up the agitation but none of the Melvlnloy organs tool olVciiso at the announcement Hing hnmtou X Y Leader Secretary Carlisle hnsi caused the dismissal of a female clock who tinned tc hope and talk for democratic suc cess The manly warfare to preserve tho credit of the nation goes on X Y ilournnlI Mr Bryans attitude sinctf the heel Inn hits been highly to his credit He counseled euhnnvss the wntehing Iif tiLl count by both slues that no error intentional or unintentional might IK iuale and as soon ns he WM convinced of his theeat he wired Sin RUCcfwAtul opponcul 1 hasten to con jialulntoyou Wo huye submitted thc iIssues to ate AiniUlonn people nnd their will U lnwAlbHuy Argus S 1R 1 pi r fi i b tt ii GRANT AND WASHINGTON two Womlwrf ul Serials Which The Cell tury rtaffaxlnu IlM Secured for 1807 Joe ol the best frlcuda that Gen grunt ever lint was Horace Porter ihcrelirstmcetlnjj was at Chattanooga n the autumn of JHOi and sooa after Jeii thru Captain utter became u mcmberoftSrants stunI and served with dm constantly until Lees surrender lIen Grant because president llorar Porter was made his private secretor tad until Grit Grunt breathed his hurt tit Mount McGregor the two then wvu lose friends or did Gen Porter love for his chief cease with his deal forte hlUlltuhl the success of the mots inent to raise the hull million of dollar which the Grant monument in Rivet side park will cost Tho inauguration jf the tomb will take place net spring on Grunts birthday gnu Gen Porter will be the orator of the occasion During these years of intimacy with rash iII Porter kept a diary und in his moments of leisure ho huts arranged ils nnhpio stories of anecdotes ant memoranda into u series of welve ar tlcKs entitledI CampaigningI with rSriint Mud The CenturyI MagaimI has secured till rights in the series told ivill print it during thc coming year since the famous Century Wat series for which Gen Maui himsell wrote four articles the beginning ol his Memoirs lit magainc has had such a treat to lay before Its readers Another great serial In The Cen tury is a novel of the American Icvo lution written by the wellknown Phil jdclphhi physician Dr 8 Wior Mitch ill whoso literary reputation isar high is his standing in his own profession The story iis supposed to be till null biography of tthe hero IHughl Wynne Free Quaker who becomes an ollieer m Gen Washingtons staff Social life In the cnpitil1 Philadelphia is most int- erestbiglydepittcdandI the character in the story include Washington Franklinand Lafayette TheI readersI of thigh Wynne till Krco Quaker will Dbtalu a clearer idea of I tit Revolution ary War than can bo luau front any other single source It is believed tint Dr Mitchell has written the groat American novel for which we have boon wuitilugsit many years These turn only Iwo of the features of The Century for the coming year the magainc tint loads I he world of pe riodical literature Ycry few of our readers will bo without it in ISl1 It costs 400 a year tint too high a prier for what Tho Century gives but many people are arranging to club together in 111111of four paying tile dollar each nailIIil1lIliug the rending of the magazine tine wreck In the month The publishers advise till snaking 1IIf clubs cirly Send f 100 to Tho Century Comp iy Union square Now York with tilt name of the person to whom the niagnne IIs to be sent Tf you begin your subscription with tilt December Christ mas number tthe publisher will send you H copy of Novcmbernv in which the two great serials begin IT ntrhtingedauV 1or the skys still blue Jt countryAndAtlanta Constitution An Important DIITeronic who1hllllcIIf1I1lcllsimply iiiuds clouiislap Is to bring coiafort homo to thoir hearts as costive coiulltion FigsllanufuentnwdSyrupCompany YOII kahit sot down no llxed tuba o benStunsonluttrbottblocase1 rtt11nsldngtoti VITS stopped free and permanently cured ICllutesmeathntlilreatiru1a tillsIlrlsnulII l yoarl honor llIdtlIlt imikoliiludflpliia North Auiprieun tileCillOcJlsI wlI ls itthat they rail money I3ecnasn it is Su nary to 1IJoI = HOW TO CLEAN CARPETS ArJr 1 RUGS Shave four bars of Ivory soap whto contains no rosin and put in a kettle boUJi1lIIrugs on the floor Add u quart of tl mixture to a gallon of warm water oily a flannel cloth In it rind go over the ati tide to bo cleaned being careful to rubji the soiled spots Then rinse In clear water and let dry IHIKA IL PARKKR SOCIAL RIHKH Why Is it consideredtan luckyl to IonIc ut a funeral procession from I mrshtIUoufnoMs Cuiinot He Cured cbtllOonly ono way to euro deafness und tluitis bv constitutional remedies Deafness I a caused by un Inllumeu comlition of the mi i coltrllningof tin IJtiHiuolilun Tube When I this tibo gets inlluiiio1 your huvoa rumblin sfouml or Imperfcot bearing mill wbcnitij 5ctithalynulls tbo tnlluinmatlnn can be taken jutfund this ttibu restoreI to Its normal con illtlon horning will b destroyed forevr tithe cases out of trot tiro causal by catarrh + which is nothing but an inflamed condition1 of the mucous surfaces Wo will KivoOneHnmlreil Dollars for any I lhaIJ i 1 J i Druggists iiIIHolt1lJ Family Pills ate the best 1 J lilts GmIWiI dont WhO rite and snake their husbands staadurouud AJ 1thllLtIlalllltAre now as madeTie part of Wisconsin are being rapidly taken up bv actual settlers The most salable aro thin timber and meadow lands nnw ranging in priro from sfUlKl to 511MO per acre A few months hence their value will bo greatly larrcasotl For u hnio or for investment no lankier chance in tho West has ever bcfiro bpl1 t Ott rest Now is the time to invist NQ ymIcrNgj Schools and chnrcbcs abound ovorv where tNearby markets lot nil farm JII IUd Vlscoiisin ono of vo banner states of tho West I For further inforniatlan address or rail 4 upon W K Power General IininiRniuoij S AgtmtlOOII1CololI Bull liuffC5jicaeoUls I AiienOh Kdlth thin ltone moon hcii pinulRico f not fo plain dearlitJilts1- nit1ohttvv i Silt unit binoKii VIurIte Away If you want to quit lobaooo nslns cusily i and forever boinudu well Htnuifr runt netic 1 full of new lifo and vigor tithe MrTuIiao the woiiilcrxvorker Ihat makes viA men strong Many gala ten jraands In In days OWl JOOttJd cared Buy 2sToToBi from your own druggist who will jIW Ian i a cure Booklet and sample mailed fn r Ail Sterling llemcdy Co Chicago orXi v York II I i vanIhead that his parents have decided I I make nn evangelist of him Atchison GUm I JSruKivfcviug Nt lucobs OilI cures rhoanut r J- Titniin tin many men living 1 vo J never iwoivrtlI more thanI one telcrri hlr fing their lives Atcblsoi Glolv 3 IP you want to be curui of acnsr urt I Hides Honey of Horehound and TIK I Iikes ToothuLho Drops LMVO ill OIH thlUUtd iPHIItIlI i ttlolIVushlllglOIl I t urruau a promptly of Xcuralijiti by St Jacobs Oil j ijDmij music that described anylhlnrf1 CatarrhI Is acoastltut oui haisea euldrelu reseconstt tutloiml remedy II M Hood s Sursjvrarl Tire nuilUlno hurtles the blood and cures caURtu HoodsSarsaparf d Is the best In fact the One True Ulooil Piirlflff I Hoods Pillsu easy to biiv easy to easy In dice ylc talII I sweetness and LightuUitPut a pill in tho pulpit if YOU wont practical preaching for the physical man then put tllopill in tho pillory if it does not practiso what ito preaches Thoros Aye1aSugar C i swoetnessandphysiccobitternessTho hso the better thin doctorWove got over that Wo take t oursgospelIts possibo t-ot please and to Theremaypill That is thegospel o- fAyers Cathartic Pills C oIloro pill particuIuu bt Ayere CUtebe0kScnt urea j c Aycr Co bowel Mciu oopagee i j ii to Il 4 T- ir Jt t a n TT ci tt I ITTTT DYING CENTUKY I How the Growth of Religious Sentil ment Has Continued Show of the Waning Century Kolllnc- ArroMtlic Stage of thy VYril lvnil- uit HohlnU It MitrveU of Ci- vlUiUotf Kev Or rid UII KU Sermon Dr Talmages subject was The Dy Slug Centurytimid the text II Kings XX 1 J 1 bus sal th the Lord set thine iiousc in order for thou shalt die and not live No alarm bell do 1 riag in tho utter ance of this text for in tho healthy glow of your countenances I find cause only for cheerful prophecy but I shall apply tho text as spoken In tho ear of Hczeklah down with a bad carbuncle to tho nineteenth century now clos ing It will talc only four more long breaths each year u breath nUll the century will expire My theme iis The Dying Century I discuss it at an hour when our national legislature is about to as semble some of the members now hero present and others soon to arrive trout the north south east and west All the public conveyances coming thi way will bring important additions of public men so that when on December 7at high noon the gavels of senat- and house of representatives shall lilt and fall the destinies of this nutionI and through it the destinies of does struggling to be free will bo put Oil solemn and tremendous trial Amid such intensifying circumstances 1 stand by the venerable Century aud address it in tho words of my text t Thus saith the Lord set thine house Pr in order for thou shall die and not live Eternity is too big a subject for us f to understand Some one has said it i i k ka big cock that says Tick in on century and Tact in another Hut r we can better understand Old Time rwho Was ninny children and they are the centuries and many grandchil drcn and they are tho years With t tho dying Nineteenth Century we shall this morning hove a plait talk telling f him some of tho good things ho han done anti then tolling him some of l holr the eternities We generally wait until people are dead before we say mac t- I in praise of them Funeral culogium is generally very pathetic and elo quent with things that ought to have f colclfputu urso Charles Sunnier while he is liv ing and cudgel him into spitted menin I gitis and wait until in the rooms where 1 have been living the last CI1- Ifbo puts his hand on his heart told Ohunci is gone and then wo tI make a lung prlccsf ion in his honor Dr Sun erland chaplain of the Amer lean senate accompanying stopping long enough to allow the dead senator to lie in state in Independence hull Philadelphia and halting at Itoston statehouse where not long before damnatory resolutions had been passed in regard to him and then moved on amid the tolling bells and the boom of minute suns until wo bury hum on lit Auburn and cover him with flowers five I feet deep What a pity he could not pmvc been awake at his own funeral jitp hear the gratitude of the nation What a pity that one green leaf could yiot have been taken front each one of the mortuary garlands and put upon this table while lie was yet alive at time Arlington What a pity that out of tho great choirs who ehantod at his obsequies one little girl dressed in white might not have sung to his liv Ecar a complimentary solo The posttiortem expression contradicted the antemortem The nation could not have spoken the truth both times clout Charles Simmer Was it before or after his decease it lied o- uch injustice shall be inflicted upon CenturyIleforohearing some of the good things he has accomplished What an addition to tho worlds intelligence ho has monde Look ft time old sehoolhouse with tho snow filthynhe corner and the little victims on no long bench without backs anti the IJlitcralo schoolmaster with his hick gry gad nnd then look at our modern 1peaces of free schools under men and timeHighestt stir childhood we had to be whip 1ped to go to school children mow cry when they can not go Thank fjgUi venerable century while at tho Jrop time wo thank God What an Wit1Iil century cotton gin friuultural machines for planting gaping and threshing The telegraph t phonograph capable of preserv iSK n human voice from generation Sfc veneration The typewriter that Sieves tho world frqin worse and ffiiio pcnmtinship And stenography goring from the lips of the swiftest minuterarerhour time as when a few days ago I Nowrrka few minutes after to show its y throughlongdistnnco iMxact down to tho last semicolon wroughtI t l- c theetectrlcJiUhgeons table Oodgiven nnastheiics and the whole physical organism ex andgivingthotnidng humberlnex press train And there is time spectro I scope of Fraiwhofer by which our modern scientist feels tho pulse of UghLJcnneltof the worlds worst plagues Dr inebrietyIntimationtl canine and cancer and consumption arc yet to bo balked by the magnificent medical treatment The eyesight of the doctor sharpened till he can look hidingplacement in geology or the catechism of the mountains chemistry or the catechism of the elements astronomy or the catechism of tho stars elcctrology or UghtninJrshiltbeginning of this century confin ing itselfso far as the great masses of the people were concerned to a few airs drawn out on accord sIon or massacred on church bass viol now enchantingly dropping from thou j sands of fingers in Handels concerto Iej j centurjseeing with their lingers the deaf hearing by the motion of your lips tho horn imbecile by skillful object lesson lifted to tolerable intelligence Thanks to this century for the improved concH lion of most nations The reason that Napoleon made such a successful sweep across Europe at the beginning of the century was that most of the thrones ints 0tetho thrones of Knrope are today oc cupied by kings and queens competent Franco a republic Switzerland a republic anti about SO mere constitu tions 1 am told in Europe Twenty million serfs of Russia manumitted On this western continent 1 run call lexicosGuatemala San Salvador Costa Rica 1aragnay Irugnay Honduras New Granada Venezuela fern Kcuador Washington to which the United States government moved its entire baggage tine equipment packed up in seven boxes which got lost in the woods near this place now time archi tectural glory of the continent tad admiration of the world The money power so much de nounced and often justly criticised hits covered this continent with universi ties and free libraries and asylums of mercy The newspaper press which at the beginning of the century was an inkroller by hand moved over one sheet of paper at a time has become the miraculous manufacturer four or five or six hundred thousand sheets for one daily newspapers issue Within your memory O Dying Century has beet the genesis of nearly all the great institutions evangelistic At London Tavern March T ISO British and For eign Bible Society was burn In 1815 American llible oeicty was born In 1S10 American Sundar school union was born In 1810 American board of com missioners for foreign missions which has put its saving hand on every na thou of the round earth was born at a haystack in Massachusetts The Na tional Temperance society the Wom ens Temperance society and all the other temperance movements born in this century Africa hidden to other centuries by exploration in this con tury has been put at the feet of civilization to be occupied by commerce and Christianity Tho Chinese wall once nn impassable barrier now in a useless pile of stone and brick Our American nation at the opening of this century nly a slice of land along tho Atlantic coast now the whole continent in possession of our schools and churches and missionary stations Sermons and religious Intelligence which in other times if noticed at all by the newspaper press were al lowed only a paragraph of three or four lines now find the columns of time secular press in all the cities thrown wide open nnd every week for 20 years without the omission of a single week 1 have been permitted to preach one entire Gospel sermon through the nowhpapiiprcss I thnnh God for the great opportunity Glorious Old enttarynu shall not be en tombed until we have face to face extolled you You were rocked in n rouglrcradl und the inheritance you received was for the most part poverty and struggle and hardship and poorly covered graves of heroes and heroines of whom the world hind not been wor thyand atheism and military despot ism and the wreck of the FrenchI rev olution Yon inherited the influences that resulted in Aaron Burrs1 treason and another war with England and Indian savagery anti Imndys Lane and Dartmoorc massacre and dissension bitter and wild beyond measurement and African slav erywhich was yet to cost a national hemorrhage of four awful years and a million precious lives Yes dear Old Century you fan nn aw ful start and you luvo dono more than well considering your parentage and your early environment It is n won der that you did not turn put to bo the vagabond century nlall time You haul a bad mother and a bad grand j Gt J lrl a 1 r t mother sojic of tho pevcdii teen turien worn not lit to live intheirmorals wero so bad their fashions were si outrageous their ignorance was so dense their Inhumanity so ter Ccnturylbeforeof telling you that you are tilt Lest and ii tho mightiest of nil centuries of the Christine Era except tho first which ii gave us tho Christ timid you rival that century in the fact Shat you more than all the other centuries put together arc giving thin Christ to all the world Ono hundred and twelve thousand dol mars at ono meeting n few days ago contributed for tho worlds evangcHza tion Look at what you have clone 0 I CcntmJtIi against the gospel when you began to reign now mill opeii aritl some of thorn more Christiunirvl than America 4No more as once written over time church i doors iu Capo Colony Dogs nnd Hot tentots not apmltted The late Dr Darwin contributed SJi to the Southern I Missionary society Cannibalism driven I oft the face of the earth The gates of all nations wide open for the lids pel entrance when the church shall give up its intellectual dandyism and quit fooling with higher criticism and plunge into the work as at n lifesav i ling station the crew pull out with time lifeboat to take the sailors off a going to pieces in the ill shipII thank you old dying eentury Heaven thanks you and surely till the nations of the earth ought to thank you I put bcforu your eyes soon to bo lira for the las sleep time facts tremendous 1 take your wrinkled old hand and shake it in congratulation 1 bathe your fevered brow and freshen your parched lips from the fountains of eternal victory Hut my text suggests that there are some things that this century ought to do before he leaves us Thus Kaith the Lord Set thin house in order for thou shalt mile ud not live We ought not to let this century go before two or three things nee set in order For one thing this quarrel between labor and capital Time nineteenth century inherited it from the eighh teenth century but do not let this nineteenth century bequeath it to the twentieth What wo want says tabor to set us right is moro strikes and more vigorousi work with torch and dynamite What we want says capital iis a tighter grip on tho working classes and compulsion to take what wages we choose to pity without reference to their needs Both wrong as sin lioth defiant Un til the nay of JudgmentJ no settlement of the quarrel if you leave It to JJrit Ish Uussan or American politics The religion of Jesus Christ ought to come in within the next four yojirs and take the hand of capital and employe and say You have tried everything else and tilled now try tho Gospel of Kindness No more oppression maul no more strikes The Gospel of Jesus Christ will sweeten this acerbity or twill go on to the mill of time and the fires that burn the world tip will erick le in the ears of wrathful prosperity and indignant toil while their hands are still clutching at each others throats Before titlsceltury sighs its last breath I would that swarthy labor and easy opulence would come up and let the Carpenter of Nazareth join their hands in pledge of everlasting kind ness and peace When men timid worn en are dying they are apt to divide among their children mementoes and one is given n watch and another a vase sued another a picture and an other a robe Let this veteran Cen tury before it dies hand over to tho human race with an impressiveness that shall last forever that old fnmiit keepsake the glorons keepsake which nearly Jio years apo was handed down from the black rock of tho Mount of Beatitudes There fore all things whatsoever yo would that men should do to you do yo so to them for this is the law and the prophetsAnother thing that needs to be set in order before the veteran Century quits UK isa more thorough and all embracing plan for the worlds garden izalion We have been trying to save tint world from the top mud it cnn not be done that wily It has got to bo saved front the bottom The church ought to bo only a West Point to drill soldiers for outside battle What ifa military academy should keep Its students front ago to age in time mess room and tho barracks No no They aro wanted at Monlczuma and Chapulte pee and South Mountain and Missionary Ridge and the church is no place for a Christian to stay very long Ho is wm ratedeat time front He is needed in the desperate charge of taking time parapets Time last great battle of God is not to be fought on tho campus of a college or the lawn of a church It is to be fought at Missionary llidgc Before this century quits us lot us establish tho habit of giving the forenoon of tie Sabbath to tho churches timid tho afternoon nnd the evening of tire Sabbath to Gospel work in tho halls and the aters anti streets and folds and slams and wildernesses of sin and sor row Why do Christians who have stuffed themselves withlitho strong meat of the Word and nil Gospel vianun on Sabbath forenoons want to como up to second service and stuff tjomselves again These old gorman dizers at the Gospel feast need to get into outdoor work with time outdoor Gospel that was preached on the ban of the Jordan and on the ll 15II smacks of Lake Galileo nnd In v j Y rll i l j 1 bleak air of Assyrian mountains J am told that throughout nil our Amer lean cities tho second Sabbath service In tho majority of churches is sparsely yea dlsgrnqofully attended and is the distress of the consecrated and elo quent pastors who bring their Jtl1asUyforprovidential meaning Tho greatest of all evangelists since IHblo times re cently suggested that tho evening sory ices In all the churches bo turned into the most popular style of evangelistic meetings for outsiders Surely that is an experiment worth malting It that docs not succeed then lttfoes seem to me all tho churches which can not secure sufficient evening audiences ought to shut up their buildings at night maid go whero tho people aro tumid banquetifot tho Christian souls bountifully fed in tie morning go forth in the nf ternoon nnd evening to feed the multi trades of outsiders starving for tho bread of which if a mol ont ho shall never again hunger Among those clear down tho Gopcl Would mule mote rapid conquest than among those who know so much and have so munch that God can not tench or help them In thoso lower depths are splendid follow in the rough like tho shoeblack tint a reporter saw near Now York oily hall He asked a boy to black his hoots TheI buy cnmo up to this work provokingly slow anti had just begun when a largo boy shoved him aside and began tho work and tho reporter reproved him as bolngu bully and the boy replied Oh thats nil right I am going to do it fur im You see hes been sick in the hospital moron a month so us boys turn in and givehn a lift Do mill tie boys help him asked tie reporter Yes sir when they nlnt got no job them selves timid Jim gets one they turn in mud help im for ho aint strong yet you set How mueh percentage does he give your asked tho reporter Tho boy replied I dont keep none of iL I aint no such sneak as that All the boys give up what they git on his job IM lltj to catci any fuller sneaking on a sick boy 1 would Tho reporter gave him a R cent piece tied said You keep ten ci tits for yourself and give the rest to1Im1 Cant do it sir its his euston r Here Jim i Such big souls as tlit strew all tho i thell1leOllnIteeti last full century of the worlds lilliI and hilt lllllo work If ovanielialioii would be left for he next century I Ref re this centtry expires let there bo a eombired1 1lJrurL to save iI tho great cities of America mind Grout Jtritain an I Ior all Christendom What an awul thing it would bo for you 0 Dyiig Century to be queath to till com ng century as yet innocent mid unscamid with a singlo sin or burdened with a single sorrow the blasphemy tl o lawlessness the atheism the prollipacy anti tho woes of great cities sill unevangclied What we ought to tee 0 lying Cen fury is a revivalO religion that would wrap tho conlincits in conflagration of religious avakening and that would mako legislation and mer chandise and all styles of worldly business wait awhile at tho tube graph ofllces timid the telephone ollleca because they are occupied with telling the stories of cities and nations born in a day Nearly all the centuries closed with something tremendous Why may not this century close in the salvation of America I do not know whether our theological friends who ihavo studied thin friends moro titan I huvc are right or wrong when tlmcysay Christ will come in person to set up his kingdom in this world hut though wo would bo overwhelmed with our tin worthiness I would like to see Christ descend to Heaven in ono of tho clouds of this morning and planting hicuton this earth which he came ecu turies ago to save declare his reign of love gad mercy and salvation on earth begun And what more appro priate plueol say It reverentially for Midi n divine landing than the capital of a continent never cursed by the tyrannies anti superstititions of the old world INTERESTING ITEMS LADY HKXJIY SOMIIIHIT is organizing a new society for teaching women elo cution for platform use Tin republican national committee has finished its work paid nil its debts and has a surplus of between 71000 mind S9POOO left The expenditures hiring the campaign amounted to moro titan tlIOOOITUB lUiiutj State Federation of La bor wants lonvlct labor confined to rnnnufactvrigl articles for consump Lion In state institutions and in break Ing stone to lit used in making good roads through the state JT is now definitely settled that Wil- Liam Jennings Bryant will take the Ice lure platform lie has made an ad vantageous contract and a series of dates has been arranged beginning at Atlanta early in December IN tho Church of Santa Maria An nunsJata at Naples girls assemble once a year for the purpose of being chosen in marriage On the day in question a silent row of 30 girls dressed in black kneel before the altar They are orphans of time neighboring found ling asylums and OTCOa year those who have reached thu ago of 13 have a chance of being taken in marring by any honest man whose character ir good i t t J w- fi S f T js t fr i lo rI Qj lii Fr y tEIRffiq 1A4 AID IMPERSONAL A lie cultctn at f1 urkerat late hum genngJtem1 mlteanurlkratnI fluwemis The last to como to thuYurfHCB fU mitttof Hatnld the Hangman Kr Juinritagtan CHfln whfcili bopim WOfln6cirtlse ae hyhilgby the author of The Yellow Aster Ulcdjrwj ccntly1 In Ihtffland JJ Tho famous singing tc churtMvye tarchcHl regartla the wtUUiue awiumeil in cycling ay injurious totheplnstnnd lungs and the vapid prbRrcssioti through the air as dotrliufiiitnl to tho voenl chords Mine Mrtfchcsl forbids her pupils locyckv lveverthelesaMme Melba MUll Xordica and M lean iliarJicszko ore devotees of the wheel A recent number of time Figure of Inrls says Count von Molthcllvlt feldtBaclliillminister to France who has recently returned to Paris after U leave of absence will shortly leave the s = city for the United State accompanied by Countess von MoltkellvltfcUU They will go to DnUhuorc In onlcr to bo pros emit at the marriage of their son Count llnmuPatteroson Ilonapnrtc Mrs Frances Hodgson Huruetthns had her Washington house on Masmn chuscttH avenue furbished tip through out and will presently return from Eng Maul to occupy 1 ItSht1 will entertain during tho season timid will make an ex cursion to Xew York in January to over see tho rehearsals of liar play 1 A Lady of Quality in which Cloriuda will swear amid murder amid be greatly ad mired ns III the novel Mr Reed Is quoted Imp naylug that ho will not he a candidate for thespcak ershlp of the next house as ho believes 1 that enmities gelled liy his failure to glue certain chairmanships of cotnntltytees to certain iinbltlous aspirants for thein explain In no small measure why he did nut get till prestdeneial nomina tion lhl ycar Aeemllng to this story Mr Recd v ill content himself with the psition of repulillran leader on tho floor of the house in lie eoinlng session M WORSE FAR THAN THE CUCKOOS Cow lllrilx fin Not lIcNltiito to UrllItc lulu iiixl OITMIIV Others NCHtx r Stealthily mid silently she pries among tit iliicKoin following time trail of the warbler sparrow or thrush plea sleuth hound tiny yellow 1hire with II jett hlnelcchinkl lilts hither a wink of dry grass In 1 its heulc and disappear In the brnuuhes of a small trot ulOSt by my studio dour Like limy shadow of fine till cow hard suddenly appears mad has doubtless ferreted oil Iher rmlle In n eerJnin grays bank nut fnriYoni where I am writing at the foot of an unsuspocfing fern n sung sparrow has built her nest It lies in tthe hollow teaming mho dried leaves and gross anil Is A so artfully merged with Its Immediate Kiirouiidiugs that even though you know Us precise location it eludes you Only yesterday the lust llniShintr touches were Imade upon the newt and this nerving as rI might have antici pated from fheexeossof liMp atld twitter of thin mother bird I timid the first pretty rtbrown lOtlICIlglI- SIIII our came bird lens missed thta secret liantii in lice round lie not deceived Within n half hour after tin egg was laid time sparrow and Ha tunic reluming1 from n brief alweiup to view their prle discover two eggs where they haul been responsible for lint one The prowling toe had nlrendy discov ered Ithiir fciiiPl j lot she too is ar iittendant on the spring full had boon simply hiding her Itime The parent birds once cul of tightI she hind stolen quietly upon UK nest nnd after a very brief interval hind ns slylyI retreated leaving her qiiosllonnhlc coinplimHUfiH presumably with n selfHatlsfieil ihuekle The intruded egg Is so lilt Its fellow tt fo 10 hnt diy distinguish able except in Us slightly larger sire It is doubtful whether time in riffprrreallps the deception Indeed the rwrntisJmomaslblyamaWecdthccnuscasrlf l iMelt least until her eyes are oponert liy the fateful denouement of a few weeks in tat Sail thus the Ainerlciiu j1mepick among UII mirmriis of feather dam now vietiinixlng the oriole by n brief tiojouni in tIll swinging1 hum moek of lime olm lore stopping it mol incut to leave lice charge to the cure oIttime indigo bird tomorrow creeping through tho grnsfj to the seerel nest rjthe Marylandl yellow throat of WHsonH 1 thrush or chew ink And umiciouiit nhle JIB it iwivyipponr hero we find th same deadly totyen safely lodged In the dainty eobv b nest of time vireo a fragile jianduiif liming Iti the fork of n slender lirarfli Mull In itself would barely + ar Niifllclently strong to UHIpeml tine 4 lt of a cow bird withpljt cinpiyliJH tlo test Hnrpers align clue ff 1 rtiww w Xiiturully tMrs tuweshave you liuteedthsitT- hotiinR i 1 Isnt l tn1netl nl the office nh often as he used to hol etfihomei aclcedaway fur UHf jsiiison DftrpItp 1 New L 4 VlHiln U jtilt 4 j You dont inean to pj thiitjjitjqg old amid ha felvcn you ieH i Hrki for + tolling her loriiiueW r r Indied Itie1 rt lrf hire rite y ii- meet with ys stwt3me ershe war + rtK xears billi uqii tasktrr iit t tg t a rrrM wyr 1 r F t c 0 t 0 t Vi p j r Liver Illsme MMetuMM dytfwjwto teadache coastl pattern sear atwaach tedlgestlon are promptly cared by Roods rilto They do their work is Hoodsnest after dinner pills 9Seents All druggists PillsPrepared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Tilt only 1111 to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LATE STATE NEWS 8 00ooooooooooooooo0008 Palmer Graves of Christian county raised 1800 bushels of sweet potatoes on six acres Tho Murray Ledger says that H whisky is 11 good thing in its place but its place is in hell Revenue officers destroyed 18 illicit stills and captured 10 moon shiners in Lotchor county one lay last week I Marcus Moan of Clark county has ii 5monthsold steer calf that now weighs nearly 800 pounds and it is still growing George Wlutton town marshal of Stamping Ground was shot and fatally wounded by Tom Brunor oil Christmas Eve John Russell Sr one of the old est and wealthiest citizens of Lloyd county died at his homo in Ash land the other lay J C Burchott of Louisa has been appointed a cutlet at the Uni ted States Military Academy with J T Riggs of Cynthiuna as alter into A Bracken county farmer claims to have cleared 1700 on a 00 nero farm the past your Ho raised mostly early vegetables anti small fruits Excongressman Win II Hatch died at Hannibal Mo on the 2Brd inst aged 05 years Ho was born in Scott county this state and educated at Lexington In the neighborhood of Moores Ferry Bath county corn is selling for 125 por barrel wheat none to sell and other produce is so low that it wont pay for marketing Pickott Wood aged about 25 was shot and probably fatally wounded by Dan Paul at Mays villo Paul was stabbed several times by Wood but will recover A Christmas dance was given at the homo of David Williams in Lotchor county A fight ensued and over 100 shots wore fired and Charles Hogg a prominent teach er received a fatal wound Charles Horndon of Knox coun ty shot his wifo in the head at Williamsburg on Christmas Eve killing her instantly A nob pur 4 sued and if ho was caught ho was certainly lynched as the fooling against him was intense Henry Ataman of Boyle county holds a deed 100 years old to four acres of land in Frankfort upon which several of tho state build ings are located John Rawlings a Danville lawyer is investigating a thocaso for tho claimant- S Sandy Signal says A buffalo or in other words a good cow hav luga young calf for sale at this office but remember tho cow is in her stall at tho editors house and not at tho office She gives throe gallous of sweet milk per day shes quit giving buttermilk John Jenkins ono of Lexingtons terrors throw a giant shooting orackor under the skirts of a col orod woman walking along tho street and hor husband promptly punctured Mr Jenkins with the blade ofa jackknife making a cud that required several stitches 7 eotooe- n tk ar In a running fight with two neI groos nt Lexington on Christmas Evo Police Lieut John Jackson was shot in tho shoulder by one of thq negroes and Officer Jenkins knocked down by a brick thrown by tho other ono The brick tossei was arrested but tho other one escapedLust 100 convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary sent a pe tition to Gov Bradley praying their pardon that they might fight in tho Cuban army and help the insurgents gain thoir independence Gov Bradley denied their petition on the ground that they are need ed in Kentucky worse than Cuba Prof Clarence K Crawford of tho Danvillo Theological Seminary has gone to Now York to re ceive about 000 worth of now books to bo added to the library of tho institution Theso books wore presented to tho seminary by Mr Anthonoy Doy a wealthy and philanthropic gentleman of Now York Judge Frank Bullock of Fay otto on Christmas Eve released from tho county jail several short term men and orderod a bountiful dinner for the remaining prisoners On tho same day Mayor Simrall of Lexington presented 20 of tho no prisoners confined in the work house with their freedom and or dered turkeys cranberry sauce etc for Christmas dinner for tho remaining 10 Larkin Rylo a welltodo fnrm or of Gallatin county went to Warsaw with his wife and little son to make Christmas purchases On tho way homo tho horse became frightened and ran away All wore thrown from tho buggy und Mr Ryos head struka stone und ho died in half an hour His wifo is seriously injured but the child escaped unhurt In our last issue the types made us say that a cane had recently boon voted to Dr Snowdon for be ing tho largest man in this community it should have boon tho laziest While tho doctor is no pigmy his heart and brain are the biggest portions of him us to his habits of industry wo aro not so well informed and consequently lo not fool called upon to disturb tho verdict of his neighbors and constituents Winchester Demo crat TwicaaWoek CourierJournal Beginning tho first of the now year tho Weekly CourierJournal of Louisville Ky will bo changed to tho Twiceawcok CourierJour nal It will bo published Wcdnos lay and Saturday mornings The pallor will bo six pages or twelve pages a week instead of ten pages wookly us at present an increase of 882 columns of matter during the year Tho Wednesday issue will bo devoted exclusively to rows Bud politics whilo tho Saturday issue will bo strictly a family pa- porfilloci with stories miscella ny pictures poetry sketches etc The politics of tho papor will not jo changed and the battle for pure Democratic principles will bo continued successfully in tho fu tine as in tho past In spito of the expense involved in tho im provomonts noted tho price of the Pwicoaweok CourierJournal will remain tho same ono dollar a year with liberal inducements to agents or old subscribers who send in now ones A feature during the coming year will bo tho editorials of Mr Henry Wattorson on political md other topics of tho day- ITANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN for responsible eSt nblishcd houso in Kentucky Salary 780 iayablo 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress od envelope Tho National Star Building Chicago 2348 A social party was hold at tho residence of Joo Leo Wilson Saturday night and the young folks indulged in several popular plays I + J- U y1g- nr l A 1h O a t BLTTHDE1S OF IPEBEISII A Well Known Orator Points Out Some HuBorous Instances Mr Joseph Maims himself a well known public speaker gives tho Womans Signal some amus ing instances of the humors of public speaking It is ho thinks a lack of fluency that causes the speaker so often to blundor Mr Matins has listened to a temper anco orator deploring the fact that a friend resorts toUtho frequent use of tho daily glass Ho heard a notable lady speaker speak of slum children brought into tin world with no more idea of homo comfort than the children of no groosOne speaker said I rise em phatically and another said 1 I stand prostrate with astonish ment Yot another feelingly told his audience that it was not the platform speaker but tho house to house visitation and tho utterance of tho silent word by tho caller which did tho most good Tho statements that the previous speakers suggestions were very suggestive and that another speakers remarks woro miscalcu lated to mislead Mr Matins also mentions Thou there is tho speaker who always misplaces his hs and who prays that we might be brought to tho halter There was a flight of fancy when tho speaker asked Suppose if a modern bal loon dropped upon an uninhabited island what would the natives say The scientific lecturer said of his coming experiment that all depends upon tho present condition of tho body about to bo cre ated A town councilor spoke of tho rivers and streams that abut 011 tho borough boundaries Among Mr Malms other examples is tho speaker who began with saying Tile proper study of mankind in general is toethe study of mankind in general whereupon in urchin in the audience cried out Youre agoin in at the sumo lolo you camo out at No loss embarrassed was tho old gentleman who stumbling thro in after dinner speech said I I litho no moro to say und so and solll make ufo moro remarks The builder frankly do dared he was more fitted for tho scaffold than tho platform Some times the chairman errs in wol 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