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U r1 c CIfIICCCfUCf 1K eC efatrCaGYraCtNar CeCar Far tfCM rheCause VDR of Free Silver Tfc i liW 3 S 99 t I I 1E SLAVERY I j BvU of llnnkCurrencyPoolllon ft tbe Silver Miner In the v Money Controversy I recent speech upon the finn I JI rnuetion lion George Wilson a gameMtkerU i tb distinction utterances in behalf of bimetalI i presented a number of illustra ii veo11 c 1 eribyof careful consideration MIr Milieu strenuously opposes the pres- I rbank currency syste11l of the cots d tpd advocates the free coinage oC fret upon nn equality with gold ns- wanlyi fair and honest method of pplylng au adequate circulatia diem Upon the bank currency question h c rjsBoth the state and national1 t tiling systenta are forms of thef1- Clr essence is the saute ns that Iiy other system of slavery The boreI rtirer paying interest for the use of his nib property monetized through the jugglery of banking legislation is i jiactly the same position of the slave- iio up to thirty odd years ago were 0Btlmes to hire their time i e Sj for the use of themselves rent free coinage of silver he ob fares would create n large additionalI S nnSwpplyit I d ass man and the farmer would be tilled upon for machinery from th fielory wares from the store and foodj tom the farm and in that way the alofi of gold and silver would give em ployment tftrtvjjry other branch of in iaitry On the other hand he points not the making of a paper currency Ares employment to no one To il filtrate lie says When a banker iltt down to n table and makes mil Him of paper currency he proves that J b other eases than in the hands of me truly great the pen UI mlghtcr than the sword for he with it knocksj the pick nnd shovel out of the hands of millions of stalwart miners shuts out millions of factory hands and sends a them tramping to beg food from IhcI u farmer iamb the merchant goes into the hands of an assigneeS Regarding the desperate struggle which the moneyed Interests of the country are waging against silver eolnage he declare The whole t tiuse origin and purpose of the de BoncHation of silver iis n desire to reduce the circulating medium to gold1 Clone because the latter will come far thort of supplying the needs and toI absolutelydaIn one system and tints levy tribute it will upon the entire business of the f grentefre k elasticity trick e And last but not least Is this gospelI truth To take front silver its ofllce and put the nation in debt in order t- j kite n paper currency is an oppres lion of the same sort as to forbid the use of our own cotton for clothing andi r buy woolen and linen from abroad an- Issue 1 i bonds to pay for them thus rob I blng the cotton growers twlewhtnt- be I profit on cotton growing is takenI from them nod again when taxes are taken front them to pity for the sub jjMltutc slut in robbing the silver minors of their natural right and the value of their property everyone else Iis producesIt notch to assert even that the silver miner was th least injured of all by silvers demons tization Ills business was ruined Hut he retired from business and there the Injustice ended Not so with t the producer who is compelled cnrlnCii- and year out to pay a neverending tribute to a monetary system which i flnce it within the power of the moneyed classes to so manipulate financial conditions at to always have i i i mercylhencome to thoroughly understand this i coinageDenver 1 n Ciineellril liy Forreloniirr tot year and the present have been i great years for the paying off ol farmt1 mortgages Tens of millions of inort I I gages have been cancelled The stor- liltIJ is told Is n very cheerful one Funt y the New England Loan C Trust Company of lies Moines In a loana i Company that has placed some 5000 t nndPhilodelphla J Rages did not share in this farm mort gage boom That it did not is evl I juststtceumbed w 1 4 thelastyears i payment of interest and principal of farm mortgages Last year and the yearsforg paying arm mortgages i x salePhiladelphiaAmerican iDo Your Ilnly o your duty antI the Tiftysixth j condi f A ESTEE ON SILVER The Quick Flop of a Cnlirornln Iol HUliin on the Crent question of llliuclnlllini- I Four cnrs wutbce governor of Pftllfnvnl and il ongfreeIcoinage of silver at thetlGlttll nt til 11 lrJstepamphletrquotutions viewsnreasonthut thef1iellhaysgI InlerestI JlurchallIIImnnycartcredllordOllSIlltrxnmple butfAgain lie hays Nothing can he truer than that the finan- cIal riourr g of this country ore attacked tiour when we u tempt to destroy one part oft thso products ore lowered the amount of our Debra In increased becaiuc the par hardtlnH1IiI He goes Into a discussion of the con stitutional aspect of the question und 511 I- IConlltllutlonallaw as well ns the customsI of our country marks a llnanclal policy which makes necewary the lull and ire coinage of gold and sliver money Ther- t e art but two International money metals gold und silver Gold being the rarest and most dllllcult to obtain IB the most valua Lie Silver has alway been used as money and In the most convenient for small tram actions It Is themoney of the people and Is used alike by the beggar and the prince In our own country thousands of trims actions are mambo In silver where out II mado In gold- Continuing he says The supreme court has decided that son I gross has power to make paper money nI legal tender The states cannot do thin Congress has no power to demonetize any money which the slates may make a Ilegal tender nor Is there anything in the convtl tutlor which directly or Indirectly Rives tto- cornress the authority to dumonetlzc any constitutional coin It +fHftw reinrnibcred that the ran make only gold mid silver coin a legal tender On the subject of the policy of deninnetiing silver 11I r Kstii says I j At a question of national policy there are j many reason why this should not bo done j fmranln the demonetizing of silver The tnitfil States produces more gold and Ill I ver than any other country and the lark I I est possible use of both metals enconrnK proiluctlon and adds to the stable moony power of the people lteinga debtor nation u have no foreign balance In our favor and If our exports do not largely exceed our Imports gold lenses the country whether wo hnve free coinage of silver 01 not The question rct+ ohclI Itself Into this Siall we have two money metals i nonet We nutty try to retain gold but we cannot I d so If we demonetize sliver Mr Kslee quotes frogs Mr Tunic Platt the great English writer on finance who Miys Money Is nothing rise than a form of substanceowhich then by common convent tiara agreed to rccognlr as a symbol of wealth And then Sir Kstee adds When we Increase tilt power of credit 111 this country we enlarge our business posMbllltlev and we accomplish this by silvernmoneyStill further he says It Is clear that gold Is not omnipotent ai money and It Iis squally clear that there la no gold enough In the world to stand he hind anti sustain the worlds credit or to transact the worlds business Nor Is there gold enough In the Pnlted States to stand behind and sustain American credit Oold and silver can come nearer accomplishing ImirhelCeend further on lie ndds Hence the lint dutyof this country would seem to be to build up Its own Industries by the wise use of Its own money thou Its credit abroad will care for Itself It Is n that the value and amount of silver money In circulation largely fixes t J value of commodities and thus builds up our business confidence Scarcely one among the writers on finance has made more cogent anti con slaving arguments for silver coinage than Mr Kstee We commend his pam phlet to the public and to the reread ing by Mr Estee himself especially at he has token the stump for the repub lican state ticket which is running on platform declaring for the gold standard and against the coinage of silver H night be well to Interrogate him on the silver question to ask whether he has somersaulted and if so what has wrought in him a change of minds Sir Kstee Is making the campaign olnst the railroad nail for n ticket which everybody knows was slated and nominated by the railroad push Sir Kstcc is an amiable gentleman anti possesses more intelligence than acumen Los Angeles Herald ICrpt fruiti Clrenlnlliin If the 200000000 in gold which resident McKlnley holds cornered in his war chest were in circulation wheat might have some chance to get back to a dollar instead of keeping down towards 40 cents Iovcn the Ilonillioldera The war bonds will be with us at a I perpetual reminder that this govern ment loved the bondholders better than the people Illinois States lice liter A NATION OF DYSPEPTICS From tho Mounutncer WatbalU N bait The remorse ofa ouilty stomach iis wbat a large majority of the people are guttering characteristicAmericani staledthatImproper food hurried eating mental worry exhaustion any of these produce a thuhloodThe blood lis the vital element in our lives and should be carefully nurtured Restore tlPJlepsiltwilli 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flNfWDlSCOVCRYIgtnme pllmonlaisand1Alaraireanaeat BnaaYNake7Wa1a11IrYare WREN WRITING 19 ABVERTISIUU please state hut JTMI tlkR 1M A01lrMelrtneMt a the ppOt it- Y V J h I t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor to- I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 8 1808 I FOR GOVERNOR PPaAT llARDIN OF HAIlHODSnrUG +1tnnOUnflemenl + 0 For Itepreientntlrc We ore authorized to announce JOSEPI county1II1RGeneral Assembly from the counties of Wolfo and Morgan subject to action of the Democratic parly I For Blade Auitltor- o are authorized to announce JOHN R CIIBNAULT of Madison county su n can dldato for Auditor of Kentucky subject tithe notion of the Democratic convention In 1809 THE State Election Commission convened at Frankfurt at 11 n in last Wednesday and canvassed the returns of tho election Tho count in the Ninth district however was not made until Thursday when it resulted in favor of Pugh Repub lican Tho result in tho other districts follow- sFirst11heolor Democrat 10 fSO j Reeves Fusionist oOJJG Majority for Wheeler 5511 Second Allen Democrat 8980 Fowlor Republican 4403 j Jolly Independent Republican 1041 Junes Populist 500 Allens plu rality 417- GThirdRhos Democrat 14771I Creel Republican 11748 Dorsey Populist 801 Rheas plurnlty y02 Fourth Smith Democrat 10 008 j PlanfordI Republican 12 320 j Miller Populist 6S Smiths plurality 5870 Fifth Turner Democrat 11 778 Evans Republican 14202 Hambrick 1ml 421I ScuU 1ml mHo Turners plurality 570 Sixth Ilorry Democrat 155 180 Donaldson Republican 8 052 Uorrys plurality 1108 Seventh Settle Democrat 12 911 j Hardin Republican 0103 Settled plurality 0710 EighthGilhort Democrat 18 017 j Davidson Hopublicnn 12 iOO Gilberts majority Sll Tenth Fitzpatrick Democrat 18450 Soitz Republican 11 100 Fitzpatricks majority 2050 Eleventh Horoing Republican 15700 j White Independent 11 214 RoroingH majority 44021 John D White the crosted ja hnwkor is preparing papers in which ho charges tho Republican machinery in tho Eleventh district with nil kinds of frauds and is do manding a certificate of election in that district over Congressman elect Boreing Secretary Cluumult of tho State Election Commission has made out certificates The Wine of Cardul Calendar TUB HERALD has received tho Cnrdui Weather Chart and Onion OhnttunoognMm1 McElroos Wino of Cardui and Thedfords BlackDraught This pubHahod paper 10x20 inches in size all fas loophnngorcalendar for onp month in largo figures that can bo read across any room Under the figures patent weather signals indicating Prof DoVoos woathor forecasts for ov ory day in till year appear Tho moons changes and legal holidays are also shown Tho calendar IB valuable in any homo Wo under stand ft fow copies of it can bo so cured by sending 10 ono cent post ago stumps to tho Chattanooga 1 Modioino Co Chattanooga Toun 4 becnapPointlcdI l school furniture companand I 1 would ho glad to see any trusteesI I who want now desks in thoir schooll i I fitted out thlIhouses Ho recently iI I Frank Johnson school house withl l j now seats A sample school desk may bo seen at J II Pieratts liar uess and saddle shopIi Tho Laborer Is Worthy ills HIreIII Thankful to the people of this and th surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been a practicing physician at Haul Green I wih to say to those who have paid roe that I am ready to answer any or all professional I calls night or day and will take pleasure in doing so But to those who have never paid mo anything I desire to say that I will take it as a special favor if you will pay me at least a part of my I bill or elseI employ wine other physii cian for I cannot afford to practice for youdontfor my sake and the sake of my children dont send after me With respect to all fl A C NICK ELL M D The many frionds of Robt Day will rejoice with us to hoar that ho has accepted tho position and boon installed asdoputypostniasterand- Postmaster Nickell is to bo com mended and congratulated upon his choice as we think Robert is eminently fitted for the place Coughed 25 Years- I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundred of dollars with doc tore and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Hells Tine Tar Honey This remedy males weak lungs strong It has aced my JiCeJ B Ituuell Grant burg Ill- Our better left Tuesday morn ing for Lexington to visit hr father anti other relatives and friends and attend to some important bus moss The editor must eat in the nenntimo however and spnrerins sausage etc will bo thankfully received by us as her next of kin Pains in the chest when n person has a cold indicate A tendency toward pncu monia A piece of llannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain lUIm and round on to tho chest OVIT the seat of pain will promptly relieve the pain anti prevent the threatened attack of pneu J nonin This same treatment will cure a Into back in a few hours Sold by J Taylor Day- MOIIT SWANCiO sent us those irds ho promised usfour plump fnt partridges and for which ho vill please accept tho thanks of tho editor and his bettor along with tho distinction of having his mnio sot in big typo for his goner ms gift N L Wares sale of household goods will occur Dec 17 1S9S be jining at i1 p m Tho best cooking stove wood or coal over made will bo sold Every article in the louse except wouring apparol and bed clothes will ho sold Valuable Property For Salo Rosidonco in Winchester 11cc rooms lot 00x210 in best part of own stable itc Magnificent roporty Price 5500 Address or call on T M Morrow Winchos lor or Jackson Thj topics for sermons Sunday at the Christian Church aro 11 a m Self Denial tad atO Op mrho Soul II At 2 pin V111I II Cord will preach at Daysboro his topic being Tho Lords SupI porIWoak Eyes Are Made Sfrono dim vision made clear styes removed Innd granulated lids or sore eyes of any byIIts put up in tubes nod sold on a guar ntco by nil good druggists N L WAIIB will please accept tho thanks of tho editor and his Bettor for a dozen very fino rod Hoppers which wo shall use to sonI 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Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This hank solicits the accounts of mer chants fanners traders anti business men generally throughout Eastern Kentuck and oflers its customers every facility the most liberal terms within the unfits oi legitimate banking octl8lv FOl SALEDesiring to close out my business at this place I oiler for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and WoodWorkers Tools I consisting of the latest models Also Mai terial and Supplies a great variety nod the best quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses GOOD ONES aged 5 and fl years allllcrfectly safe for auv one to drive dim Huiriry mid Harness FURNITURE Ac HOlStlIOIDII JrPartics in need of any can secure bargains bv calling on JOHN H ROSE Hazel Green Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and lictail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estate c Also President Hnzel Groan Fat nnd Driving Park Association nnd tho Farmers Exohnngo J1J1 UrinEE IDe Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY fSTSiircerv and obstetrics n specialty B KASH M D SILAS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KYrwerrll a Greot st Clothing Sui In the History of the Trade At louis GUS Struusj lexingtonS leap luu C1o1ig llou- selL = We afc badly overstocked in every department lVe propose to sell yoii bargains when you want them andno when the season is over JUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 99 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth 2500 at li5U 250 Boys AllWool Scott Suits dou1le bnastuil sits o to 10 years worth 4at 2 suit ISeautliil blue and black cheviots double breastedu to 20 years oldi worth 10 at 5IKemember we have clothing for the Workingman Farmer Hanker We do not early cheap trashy goods but represent such inanufurturers as Alfred Henjamin Co Strous Bros Fechhciincr Keifer tC Co and all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford to miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your lifetime We are agents for Xcwburgh tfoverRip Pants and will cive you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural Aool Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit 100 dozen Fancy Shirts made by Hutchinson Picrco Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 6 You can anurd to borrow money and pay inter cst to buy these goods at prices named t LOUSS GUS STRAUS 4 Lexingtons Leading Clothiers mmDII I 1 THE GREAT NATIONAL6BF I Dr yN- EWSPAPER And your favorite home paper TrE IULiZEL GREEN HERHU Both Ono Year for Only SlOO Y WEfSft VTDinilKC has the lilgb TIJEII rirtitllrimputrtautlncustrofrthc h IlLLrVLI inlDUllL rti Nation tn World comprehensive and reliable market reports able editorials interesting shorts rics scientilie anti mechanical information illustrated fashion articles humorous pic tires and is lnstruct c and entertaining to every member of every family gives you nil the locnl hews political bud social ice LJlTDtil flT H E rL you ill close touch with your neighbors and friends o the farm and in the village informs you as to local prices for farm products the condition of crops anti prospects for the year and Is a bright newsy welcome anti indisp sable weekly visitor at your home and fireside yIttSTSena till orders to THE HERALD ta olle e e JrilfIaJT 6 ff- ir J EXIrrGt O pot UC P Offers instruct on in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Electrical hncineenj cl Civil Engineering three lines of Scientific Study viz Mathematical BiologIC nnd Chemical lassies mid Pedagogy each of which leads to n degree Twentyeight Professors and assistants Laboratories and museums large and w equipped County appointees receive free tuition matriculation fuel noting and room rent Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain theftII collegiate year Hoard in dormitorich 225 per week in private families 250 to 3 Board UII yearFallEzaminationsTfirstsMonday SeptemberpJAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D President DAY AND SWANGO SPRING Jo TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR OPEN wo THErOltLD Dont get pissession of Springs until December 211 r 1898 but will buy and keep some on tap free for all guests L PARK HOTEL TORRENT KY r a i VXVXVVfc 5 3si flelt1rotitiAtMEGR1MINE CO South Bend Indiana fALMAGES SERMON w jre Improves In Grandeur as th0 v AffCSPass By 5plptrted Do Not Into A Keclonl- lne or lIut Into a Stlrrlnc Flour eiqnr IUtH nt Scene Tiling Seen From a Novel Standpoint All out of the usual line of scrmot 1ii Mug is this story of Dr Talmage con eerning the next world anti It may d- J 1 i good IO sec things from i novel stem J tt fatsThe text is Revelation xxi 1 i ijind I saw a new Heaven The stereotyped heaven dues not snake adequate impression upon us Wt neon the old story told in new style In order to arouse our appreciation 1 di jot suppose that we are compelled t the old phraseology King James did not exhaust nil thc Otranslators words in the English n b0 Dictionary I suppose ifWl shouh take the idea of Heaven and translan find1Tn flatofj the early Juno and of the Indiai summer in Octoberu place comt blnlng the advantages ofcity r2and country the streets standing U for the one and the twelve manner uf i fruits for the other a plaee of music- alentertdnnllItsharpIs I pipers tI1I111 n peters doxologics a place of worms d ful architecture behold the temples I a place where there rely be the highci SO forms of animal lifethc hcists which In were on earth beaten lashwhipped tyorltt0among lit white horses which the Hook of HIv elation describes as being in Heaven a lullplace of stupendous literature the open a place of aristocratic anllIdemocratic attractiveness the I standing for the one all nations for rstIll other all botanical pomological ornithological arborescent worshipful th beauty and grandeur Hut my idea nuts is to speak chiefly Peoplekthwere an old city finished centuries ago wht n I have to tell you that cityon earth during the last r 0 noII errtins had sUCh changes as Heaven It is not the same place as when Job and David and Paul wrote of it For i hundreds ard hundreds of years it has j been wing through peaceful revolu Lion anti year by year aid month hImonth and hunt by hour and moment by moment it is changing null chang ing for something hcttlIAway hUlk there r donee in the universe the resilience ofIthe Almighty Heaven had not been started Immensity was the park all around about this great residence but Gods sympathetic heart niter aI while overflowed in other creations i and there came all through this vast country of Iimmensity inhabited viI I lages which grew and enlarged until D they joined each other and became one Ilgreat central metropolis of the uni l streeted gated templed wa tered inhabited One angel went I forth with a reed we are told and he measured Heaven on nne slide and then he went forth and measured Heaven onl the other side nun then St John tried to take the census of that city 11- 1111the became so bewildered that he gaveI 4Itup thoughttt t vastlytunder this head about the multitude of II adults who have gone into glory dur a ing the last hundred or tin hundred ii or thousand years I remember there art 1000000000 people in the world and that the vast majority of people die in i infancy How many children must have gone into Heaven during the lust five hundred or thousand years If New York could gather in one gener ation 1000000 population if London should gather in one generation 4000 000 population what a vast increase Hut what a mere nothing as compared I with the 100000000 tine ono lJOQII The multitude that no man can num ber that here gone Into that city Of course all this takes for granted that every child that dies gee straight into Heaven as ever the llt sped from a star anti that is one re son why Heaven will always he tress and hcantifulthe great multitude of I Children In It Put TiOOOOOOOO children in a country it will be a blessed and countryHut I If you will tit great i multitude of adults who have gout 11I to glory arid how till cetisusof Heaven must run up Many years ago a clergy I mean stood in a New Kngland pulpit and said that he believed that the vast majority of the race would finally be l1llrsunI would be finally saved There happened to be about 2Ci0 people In till village where he preached Next Sabbath two persons were heard discussing the subject and wondering which one of the SOOO people In the village would finally reach Heaven and one thought It would be the minis ter and the other thought It would be the deacon Now 1 have not much ad miration for a life boat which will go out to a ship sinking with JOOO passcn I Bcrs and get one ofF in safety and 1009 go to the bottom Why IctII must have been a village when Abel 1comparedI I vastly improved in Iimanscienceor1 advantagesofandphilosophlo bmarvel0 n- Int on A10W Into what 1 edgence must heaven mount angel thou8alulsyenrs Jand immortallt Nowthemustkeepfurtherrcaehlng ofcalculationhumantnnthcuutiCSanalysissurpassinglaboratorywithWhat telegraphyi thesendvIutagescentury In a mlllcnlum The Iifrer Cure between the highest university on earth and the smallest class In a uprimary relltercllfTolIlIcenow and Heaven It younotSimp inE1i31burgltthan ever the science of health nod that Joseph Henry graduating from 11- IIIIcavcnj i philosophy maul that Sir Villlun llam I I ilton lifted to loftier sphere under stood better the construction of the I human intellect and that John Milton took a higher poetry in the actual I presence of things that on earth lahad tried to describe11 When the first l haverj studied only the A II C of the full liter f attire of wisdom with much they are 1 now acquainted I Again Heaven is vastly improved in 1 its society During your memory how many exquisite spirits liars gone into it If you should try to make a list of all the genial gracious blessed souls IIt1III glory Now do you not suppose that they have entered society Have they not improved then You tell of what Heaven did for you Have they dune nothing fur Heaven Of all the gracious souls that have gout on of your acquaintanceship and add them all tIll gracious and I Ito souls that for 500 or 1 years have gone out to all the I cities and all the villages and all the countries of this earth into glory I mend of the society of Heaven and earth must have been improved Suppose I Paul the apostle were intnxluced j into your social circle on earth but lichen has added all the apostles I Suppose Hannah Moore Charlotte Klizahcth were introduced into your social circle on earth hint leaven hilsII taken all the blessed and time gracious I old the holy women of the past ages Suppose that Kobert McCheync and John Summcrllcld should be added to your social circle but Heaven huts gathered up all the faithful and earnest I ministry of the past There is not 1 I town or a cityor a village that has not Improved in society in the last 100 I years and Heaven hits IlIIprmlllI I speak now of attractions outside ofIHeaven and I have to tell you that place on earth has improved in society as Heaven has within the last 70 years for the most of you within 10 years cllrswithIillI cession from your own household If Heaven were placed in groups an apostolic group a patriarchal group a prophetic group group of martyrs I groupof targets and then a group of your own glorified kindred which group would you choose You might look around and stake comparison but it wculd not take tIIlI lung to choose You would say me back those whom I loved on earth let me enter into their society my par cuts my children my brothers my sis lens Ve lived together on earth IltJjj J us live together in Heaven Oh is it not a blessed thought tint Heaven has been Improved by its societythis col I onisation froth earth to Heaven Again I remark that Heaven has i greatly improved in the good cheer of announced victories Where Heaven rejoiced user one soul It now rcioiccs over a hundred or r thousand lit the olden times when the events of human life were scattered over four or five ccn ries of longevityntt1 the world moved slowly there were not so many stirring stets to be reported in Heaven but now I suppose all the great events of earth are reported in Heaven If there is any truth plainly taught in this Hible it is that Heaven is wrapped up in sympa thy with human history and we look at those inventions of the dayat telegraphy at swift communication by steals at all these modern improve ments which seem to give one allllost- 10Illnlpllslncl1II111 we see only the sec spirits before the throne look out and see the vast and the eternalI relation While ructions rise and fall while the earth is Shaking with revolution do you not sup pose there is arousing Intelligence going up to the throne of God and that the question is often asked before the throne What is the news trout that worldthat world that rebelled but is coming back If minis to Its allegiance tering spirits according to the IJiblc Ire sent forth to minister to those that shall be heirs of Heaven when they come down to us to Mess us do they not take the news back Do the ships of light that come out of the celestial harbor into the earthly harbor laden with cargoes of blcKbg go backjm t cC it w Ut M freighted Ministering spirits not only but our loved ones leaving tis take wereIngoo while and you heard that some ono had arrived from your native place yourfamilyuptoabout the old fonts at home Anti tie you suppose when your child went UI to God your glorified klndrcrt In Heaven gathered around and asked about you to ascertain whether you were getting along well in the strug gle of life to find out whether you wens In any especial peril that with swift and mighty wing they mIght perilsOhnews than it used to be news sounded through the streets news ringing from the towers news heralded from the palace gate Glad news Victorious Ih ws Hut the vivacity and sprightliness of Heaven will be beyond all conception when the final victories come In whet the church shall ho triumphant every where Oh what n day in Heaven it will be when the last throne of earth lastchnlnlast wound of earthy pain is healed when the last sinner is pardoned when the last nation is redeemed What that there will be In Heaven Yoi land I will be in time procession you and I will thrum a string In that great orchestra That will be the greatest tiny in Heaven since the tiny when the first blood of jasper was put down for the foundation and time first hinged pearll swung It there Is a difference between Heaven now and Heaven as It was oh the difference between Heaven as it shall be and Heaven as It Is now Not a splendor stuck fast but rolling- on and rolling on and rolling up nUll rolling tip forever forever Now 1 say thirst things about tin changes in Heaven sheaf till new hn provements in Heaven for three stout reasons First because I tied that some of you are impatient to be mane You art tired of this world and you want to get into the good land about which you have been thinking pray- Ing and talking so many years Now Wouldf tllclIIbeautiful pictures to verseother lien setts Raphaels and Rubens other IIIlIIyIThe place is improving all the time Nun I want you to apply the state principle in this matter of reaching Heaven tool leaving this worM Not one glory Is to be subtracted but ninny glories added Not one angel will be gone not one hierarch gone nut one of your glorified friends gout lly the long practicing the music will be bet ter the procession will be longer the rainbow brighter the coronation grander Heaven with magnificent addenda Why will you complain when you err only waiting for something IlwitlIIAnother reason why 1 speak in re gard to the changes in Heaven and the new improvements in Heaven is be cease 1 think it will be a consolation to busy and enterprising good people I sot very well that you irate not much taste for a Heaven that was all done anti finished centuries ago After you hose been active to or fiO or 00 years ItI would be a shuck to stop you suddenly and forever but hero Is a progcssive Heaven an ewer accumulative Heaven west enterprise on foot there before tit throne of God Aggressive knowledge aggressive grandeur You will not matte to come and sit down on the basics of the river of life in everlasting inoc cupation O busy men I tell you of a Heaven where there is something to do That is till meaning of the passage They rest nut day nor night in the lay settee of resting- I speak these words on time changes in Heaven toad the new improvements in Heaven also because I want to cure some of you of the delusion that your departed thristini friends have guilt into dullness anti silence anti uncon sciousness They are in a stirring picturesque radiant everaccumulativeI scene When they left their bodies they only gut rill of the lust hindrance They are no more in Oakwood Laurel Hill or Mount Auburn than It111 hol iday attire having seated yourself at a banquet eau be said to bo in a dark closet where you have left the old zip parel that was not fit to wear at the banquet A soldier can not see UI sword until he has unsheathed it anti the bodyof your departed vnn only the sheath of a bright anti glittering spirit which iud hay lifted and is swaying in the heavenly triumph According to what I am telling you at present your departed Christian friends did not go so much into the company of the martyrs old the npos tics and the prophcts and the potentate of Heaven as into thin company of grandfather and grandmother and the infant sister that tarried just long enough to absorb your tcndcrcct alive thin and all the home circle When they landed it was not as you land in Antwerp or Hamburg or Havre wan dering up a strange wharf looking at strange faces asking for n strange lie tel They landed amid your glorified relatives who were awaiting to great themOh does not this bring Heaven njar cr Instead of being far off It comes down ust now and thuts itsanns around our neck and wo feel iii gteltsthefiIgid into a domestic sccae It comes very close to us If we had our choice in heaven whom would wo first scot Rather than look at tho great potentates of Heaven wo would meet our loved ones I want to see Muses and grtntlenlaway ao yens ago I want to see the j great Hible heroines Deborah and Hannah and Abigail but lttottld i rather see my mother titan to see tho archangelI think it was superstitious one Wednesday night I stood by a when deathbed within a low blocks of tho church where 1 preached and on tho same street and saw one of tho aged Christians of tho church going into glory After I hind prayed with her I said to her We intro nil loved you very much and will always cherish your memory In the Christian church You will see my son before 1 see him and 1 wish you would give him our love She said I will I wiIIt nut In SO minutes shin was In Heaven the last words she ever spoke It was n swift message to the skies If you hind your choice between riding In a Heavenly chariot and occupying tho grandest palace in Heaven anti sitting on the throne next highest the throne of God and not seeing your departed loved ones and on the other hand dwelling in tho humblest place in Heaven without crown or throne and without garland and without scepter yet having your loved OIlIIIII1Uulllou MIWthlMknow that it is a domestic Heaven and consequently it Iii all the time improving Every one that goes up makes it a brighter place mind time attractions lire increasing month by month std day by day mlllmatnstnhtlynwro- of a Heaven a thousand times more of a Heaven thrum It used to be will be a better Heaven yet Oh I say this to Intensify your anticipation ITEMS OF INTEREST TIIK lluffalo miss been ordered to Ma nila to join Dcweyh tquadron- M iico hats had 55i presidents since 18il Of these 10 have died violent deathsA T in tins Francisco tried to hypnotize a real live lion antiIIIlilll of the attempt Tin public debt of France Is the largest in the world and amounts to about JLM000000000- GtniMANH are time most prone to sui cide the Irish and Negroes rarely re sOt to self destructiun A WKII KNOWN physician says that better sleep lIn be obtained with alow than with n high pillow AMONU tot Chinese a collln is consid erect a neat anti appropriate present for an aged person especially if in bud health 1 IMI llroiiKH the only colored stu dent in the Idaho university won the Watkins medal recently In an orator- icalI contest DAVID LINTOV who is said to be tho richest man in Ohio is the son of a pour Irishman who intended his boy fur a blacksmith IMAAC SMITH who died in Louisiana a few days ago was the last direct di sccndant of Rev Stanhope Smith the founder of Princeton college IN Vicuna till servant girl is not per emitted to climb out onto the window sill to clean windows without a safety belt and a rope attached to it Tin coast survey steamer Hlake ins been ordered to make a survey of tho coasts of Porto Ulco the Spanish charts having been found utterly unreliable Iv the production of gold last year South Africa and America were nip and tuck Hut Africa leads a little though enough to keep UH in second place TIIK loss of SOOO lives by a slnglo Hood is an appalling disaster Yet such incidents are so common in Chirm that they excite comparatively little iittention Ir has been calculated that ordinary gunpowder on exploding expands about 9000 times or fills a space tits much larger as a gas than when In a solid form IT is calculated that If it should bo used In the propulsion of vessels liquid air would reduce the coal consumption 75 per cent and increase tie speed capacity 85 per cent Hiss1 KHTKIIR UKKI superintendent of public instruction in Wyoming has increased school revenues In that state From SIUO to SI 000 a month by her man igcment of the school lauds INCIB SAM still hits a matter of 579 J03S74 acres of unappropriated and un reserved public land at his disposal but aas17U000 acres are in desert states though some are valuable TIIK Victoria lily of Guiana linen circular leaf from 0 feet to 12 feet in dIameter It in turned up at the cdgo like a tray and can support Recording to its size from 100 to 300 pounds Mom than half a million sewing machines are made every year In the United States being ninetenths of nil those made on the globe About 100000 persons arc employed iu this in dustryw 1 CIIINKSK babies arc fed on rice and nothing else after they lire a few months old Cows milk IB never given to thorn Chinese hoarse era never licatwl If a baby is cqd lie is given Q sun bath t Lt HW A LITTLI jQSIMI lad to letFireae1e+iitoiii jp Why was that They were slatphy ruiuh r my golf atieeMti1 Chleiifa Record SheNow dear we rust begin to economize IleAII right Begin- by ranking time bread lighter You kern Statesman Do you really think there can be jcnlnuvy without loveuDld you eve know II married woman wise was not nlollllJudiaunpolla Journal Jorklns What ore you thinking HO hard about 1 lerlclnlir Bin trying to decide which a man derives the most rent enjoyment from laziness or conceit Town Topic Wife John la It true tint you Invite our coots soldier lover to my birthday dinner Htuband Cer mainly I did not want him to get the best morsels of every dlaltLUe gentle Hlnctter Mamma said IotUllo nil thefrivers empty into the sea Most of them my dear Then wIlY doesnt the tea run over in it because there are lots of rpongcs in itlhiladel phia North American The Lending Question Dat poet Vnlklti Meeler has arrangctall de tier tells for heel funeral pyre Funeral pyre Vot vas dot lie vlll haf himself fcct on frc ven he ccs c1etUVot insurance does he en rryCleveland Plain Dealer He Carrie I saw you flirting with Tom Swcetscr last evening Shit11cll It was all for your sak- ehIeFor my sake How do you makft that out She= You wanted me to learn to lovs you coil I was just prac ticing on foamlost Transcript Hridc = Im so afraid people will tied out that were just married that Ive made Will promise to treat me In public just as If he had no thought for anyone but himself llItroll1 adopted that plan when I Was married and my hiubaud never got over It TitHits TRAVELS OF COINS Koine Ohl IMrofx Coiiltl IV 1 1 lteninrk iitilt Mlurlrn ttt Tliulr Vnn dtrIIlK If an old could only talk what strange adventures It might tell re nmrked n Canal street druggist twirl lug a sliver piece lie hull just received frtm n oust oilier Sow this half tint lam was coined in 1813I tie year the great gold craze begun in California and 1 should say by Its looks that it hUH been In pretty constant circula tion ever since Think what a volume of trade that represents If It purr chased Its face value only ones a tiny wiles U certainly a moiled estimate It has done well on to 10000 worth of business In the half century It has been going the rounds tints qulto n record isnt Itl And I dare any that iMirloiiK timings have happened to It In Its journeying it hums been borrowed nod fctolcn and lottt and lent it has heck hoarded by miner and Mjimii dercd by prodigals and who known how often it him been the lust coin In the pocket of a suicide It muni have mats on gaming tables nUll rnt thil in church boxes and held down the eyelids of the dead There Is no tell lug in what far countries It tins tray led lend what fantastic foreign things It may have bought I never linger ono of these old coins without n certain sense of awe and an Inclination to stol no matter how busy 1 may be rind do a little day dreaming over Its lmistorySAll that reminds me said n gen tlcinnu who hind listened to the drug gists homily of a queer experiment I monde years ago I was speculating one dayon the possible wanderings coins and just to test the mutter I had n small steel punch made with my Initials cut In the end lly bringing It howl sharply on n coin I could leave the letters Indented on the surface Well for n long time over a year In fnctI stamped every scrap of hard money I got hold of nickels pennies anti nil I suppose at the very lowest estimate turned adrift 400 or 500 sep arate pieces wearing my sign manual meanwhile keeping my eyes open for time return of any of the wanderers It waaln 18S1 or 1882 that I began work with the lie and In nil these Interven ing years I have never yet received- n cola bearing my stamp Looking for the initials has become such a habit with me that I do it Instinctively al most every time I receive any change Several years ago I was a cashier In a goodsized retail house here and handled a great ninny fractional coins Hundreds of them hail been marked but none hail my particular stamp This certainly shows how widely money becomes scattered A young friend of jnlne tried the same experl mcnt nod after a considerable lapse of time found one of his coins Insome change given him in n store In New York He hUll a ring put In the piece chainHim Unit Her bears Chappie I was all broke up over that little girl at one time SheAre yen sure you didnt lolls some of time pieces Puck Iliimr of n Kniiiuun IteKlmeat The ham8 of the tough riders sold for 31070 a little leO tbaaWl what they cost t i i- J fIt Yi fra 11 J kph rIi I s r i f tf lJI 1111J Ywftw iI J WHIT A WE SPEC IT IS satyr the CUlty CuildateT Whei HE Leeks ail Flsfe the Heest el the Rres d Cera Canary TOLIVEK KY Dec 5 1808 Editor HEIIALI Dear Sir AH II lit down to reply to that erudite Kontuckinn ft feeling akin to sbaino comes over me that a moro youngster Ua rand politician as MrTaulboo would havo you bo a liovo should have the cheek to level my sol f ngninst tho sweet singing canary bird But after all my crime is not so heinous as it might ho for is not this an age in which tho young man i allow ed to roam in all folds without restraintSo the soar reader will ne good enough to overlook tho pre fiumption for the time being at least I am indeed sorry that my onco fast friend Mr Taulhee ha lately taken an avarson to mo 1 judgo from tho tone of his letter that ho is tho one thats mad Ht would have me understand that ho in n Kontuckian All right I never have said ho was nothA Kentuckian kneels to none but God Bays horj well i then I you dont oxpoct mo to kneol to you It is very reasonable to sup pose from tho shindy the can nry is kicking up that it had been hit though tho calibre le mall1 and loaded with mountain air It soome to have struck a place very Honsitivo Mr Ton 1 baa rnfrrs to me as be ing mud No sirlI Not on your life I have never thought of get ting offended in tho least at such babyish will but I dont see any uso in letting the canary sit unmolested on the gatepost and make night hidcoiw with its chirps He refers to Ine HS Mr Hon Hop I wish natty that is a mistako an error of the head or the heart The gentleman BASIIJf you wish i to eeo canary look aloft I am and oh my what a WHO spec i tho canary is Hush I hush I I hoar I hoar faint notes of the lofty laird Hut nlns it has ceas od j gone I guess to iU eyrie in lofty regions Ho says ho is up to snail I buliovo it from the way ho cut and dried his letter I do hope the g+ nlleman will cool off soon aa 1I wrote noth ing with the intention of wound ing his feelings in the limstdograo What T said was not actuated lby a spirit of viiultrtivones The subject was las I would trent anything fearloasly and publicly 1 never I heat around the bush Dont got hot again j it Booms to worry you so Mr Taul boea lottor has afforded me ample nmiiBoment for ono day and what is better it has nut convinced mo of wrongdoing I am in no wiso conscious stricken Jlia atetorian uttorancos have accomplished noI end but that of amumng his lis toilers and leaving himself ox haustedNow youllrinto my redoubt Very truly lUNKoitn MAXVKV Two Pointed Questions Answered rr What is the L nrtlolenot got n butter price for 1- 11IluAI there in no tJKlercnce in tho prlco the public will hay only tho t otter tlO thnt while our proiits nmy bo smaller on n single bale theytrill bo unfelt grcnt or nggrcgnteHow t tho public to know your make is tho 11llIt1IIf both articles are brought proini neatly before tho public both nro certain to bo tried and tho public will very quickly pass judgment on them and use only tho better ono this explains the Inrgo sale on Chant peoplehavefound thnt it can nlwnyn bo depended upon They mny occasionally tnko up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims but are certain theyknow IIChamberlainsIII a r + Tlit Kiiiey CtMfltziM The pale Mllow sunken chwkcd di tressed looking people you so often meet are fflict l with Kidney Complexion Their kidneys are turning to a panaip color tau U their complexion They may also bare indigestion o goffer from III pls atreati rbeom tism neuralgea brain trouble nertoc ex hniMtion and sometimes the heart acts badlytie canoe iis nest nabcaltaj kWaep Usually the mffmr from kidney ditl ease does not find out wU the UMbIa it until it Is Alm t too late tean e the first symptoms are to like rail sicknessI that they do not think they need a reed icine or a doctor until they find them selves sick in bed Dr Kilmers Swamp Rot will buildup and atrentben their week aed dieea e I kidney purify tbtir dicaed kidney poisoned blood dear their CCMlplotdoa I aad soon they will enjoy better b lthII You can get the regular He dnigstore at 50 cents and 100 or yu I racy first prune for ou elf the wonder fal rirttteiof thi gremt dieverywamp Ikx t by aaelire year mddre + to Dr Kilwer A Co Ilioebanptoa N YOf for a pie bottl sad a bolO that tU all bout it both b lIt to yu absolutely trey br mail When Hith s kiodl mention that you read this liberal ofier in TKHK HAXXL Gaiter hart ti1 COUNTY SEWS NOTES 0SlWTo iaittre iuejtioa ALL eorres poadetoce must be in this office by Monday nijrht of each week and that nearby on ilooday morning 3PRADLING SPANGLES Oar H iool wiN dose FrUayOfC 9 Mrs Lou KTatt is very Hi at thi writingS Snackleford went to ilitvtown Satorday W L ftyrdof Campion was in our Hiiflsli last week C H GOne mot to Haael Green OH business Saturday Miss Dora Crane gave school quite a treat in candy Friday last Robert Crane bought a milk cow of Ilarlan Stamjwr for 3360 Allie Ruth Tutt risited her little cou sin lurz Goiwey Sunday last T K Tuft Jr was appointed deputy county clerk one day last week lames M Itrown has sold to J T Day all his oak poplar and pine timber Tolivortlast week on a shopping expedition Wm Brewer has moved U Deep Hollow branch and tnkon a loose of Robert Crane Miss nOM Fulks will he home Christ mas from BerN Ky where she hits been in college for two month MM GsiHsiu Linkoua1 Iwby which has been liingoroiixly ill for some time is thought tu bo improving slowly The toys andl girls one day last week gnthureil a nice lot of evergreens and sent them to CinciiiHati for church deco rations T 1C TuttH kitchen caught fire Mon day morning hut was noticed in tirno by his ton Robert to bti extinguished before it did mulch damage 01V Fulks was in Hampton Saturday und contracted to put in quite a number of cross ties for J II Stamper Jr for which he will got 0 newts n tie CepluiH Holland who has been living on tho land of Tims JK Tutt moved one day last week to the Spring branch of Holly where ho routed of S II Hurst The until arrived here Friday but the postmaster failing to como and open it tho bags wero taken back to Campton Such neglect should bo looked titter and wo hope that it will not occur again Wo can not understand why it iis that Thos K Tutt Sr is visiting his daugh ter MM Phillips so often but wo are rondo to bolicvo that ho wishes to pay his respects to a certain widow therea boutsThos M Tutt has returned home from Parch Corn where he is building a tram rond and reports that it will not bo long until logging will start up and that tho company has about ono million feet to put in tho river Dec 51Slrnitt KOTTOMS Lung Irritation is tho forerunner to consumption Dr Molls Pino Tar Money will euro it and give such strength to tho lungs thnt n cough or n cold will not settle there i5 cents nt nil good druggists Send your laundry to tho Winchester Power Laundry the best in tho state D R Lltteral is agent at hazel Green and will call for and deliver goods in town Ho will also forward nil packa ges sent in from the country 27tf MORGAN COUNTY 0- W T Cjtke of Hazel Green was at Mite last week on busine- sMm Ida Old fields was the guest oC- r Miss Florence Saturday night Willie Haney is quite ill at the home of bis mother Mrs Sol Haney J R DeUuik and wife visited Aunt j Betty ROM and family Sunday j fuot Martha Ayrw who has been sick tar some tine iis improving Patton Haaey of Longbraucb iis dan gerously ill at hU home and his friends fear he will not recover Polk and Price Rose of Lee City have been ayfxxing around among the Ultf fields of this place for a few days IEdward TUB 1 bet who has been in Illi nois for the past four months visited Richmond DeBcsk and family last week There was a quilting and corn shuck fag at Buchanan Rosss Saturday and a reportya pleasant time Uncle John Old tldl and song Ellis and Scott left Saturday morning for Mu Sterling with a car JuadtiC fat hogs to ship to Cincinnati MAYTOWN MISSIVES Jim Clark photographed tht school in a group last Thursday Henry Xt went to Haul GrAen Mon day to move Andy Phipps to the mill at this place Supt M T Womack visited the school at this place Monday afternoon Quito a crowd of patrons stud citizens present Mr Womack delivered an excellent ad dress after which Henry New said a few words to the purpose paying a great compliment to both teacher and school Dee 5 Ten latu fur Last Week Ed Meefcs has been quite sink i Mr McQuinn preached at this place Sunday j Jose Swnngo was in town Tuesday on jj buinOSIDr J1 A Taulbee of Hazel Green was in town lued1IMrs Millard Richie went to West Liberty lust week on business I Miss Lillio JIatilsey iis visiting Mrs John Henry and family this week Nods Lyon iis moving to the E In May property which he recently bought Frank Young has been quite sick for the past week but is now able to Lo out i Mr Manker arrived from Ohio It short time ago and fe now in our midst on businessMrs N Day of Hazel Green came i down Monday to see her parents Mr ii and Mrs Will School will 1 be closed at this place on Thursday Dec 8 All the patrons are requested to be present Joe Pieratt wild his farm to Doc Mur phy last week mill Mr Pieratt will move to the farm that N B Lyon sold to E U May recently Dr K E May and wife inovedto Judy lust week whero they will locate perma neatly Cl1pt Sam Plus acompanied them to their destination Mr Gray son in paw of Mr Phelps mule last week from Grange City to see his relatives here Miss Lcona Phelps accompanied him home Mn Jordan Wills mill daughter Mrs Emma Trimble returned last Thursday from Camargo whore they hind been vis iting Mrs W F Horton nnd relatives Miss Lillian Patrick spent n few days Inst week with Mrs Curtin at Mrs Richies This being tho first time sho has beau away from homo since her se vere illness of favor- Superintendent Womnck passed thro hero Inst Friday and will visit the school necJ1stnil nro requested to be present Later Ho failed to come but is expected to be hero Monday Tho winter school at this place will be gin Monday Dec 12 for a term of three months A full school expected and the training will bo thorough Let everyone who is thinking of attending anywhere bo present at tho opening of this term Dont forget Monday Dec 12 For further particulars address or call on Miss Minnie L Day- Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhea Remedy cnn always be depended upon and is pleasant and safe to tak- eSld by J Taylor Day h Gie Q ffizPJ4 J 2 R jNTINi q r t 1 rnf t1 VuNOTEHEADSBILLHEADS a 1 LETTERHEADS 4D SALSBILLS iJ PROGRAMS I OIRCULARSI 1 MINUTES c c 33 ccrW8 have Three Fast Presses a Power Paper Cutter and 40 Years Experience enables us to Court Com 9 parison and Defy Competition k you want PRINTING come WheniE us Respectfully c f SPENCER COOPER 4zeccO t t fL r t9 L I44- The 4- a t f 1 Leading Specialists cl America 11 i 20 YEARS IHI OHIOI 250000 CURED ti VIE CURE EMISSiONS rifNothingj ran do 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NO vlrlN1ION lHOll l1USINESS 1 CURES GUARANTEED 6Y1IIILISil1mUITi sTUltiMUK VAUlrOCKLK IJlJMl 1IUq13l iur lItlm lU1t0J8 t UlIIII1r IC ubnblo to gall tvrito t ElI11UblDRS- L IENNEDY e ERGA- Ntl 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O ltIm fm 1tmt ll Jm 1 A positive and ncrmnneiit nolmllRlfIIInllI f J Heulache Cured Free fj thisdluentionod TheA Store promptly lieadaclios nrec fiillmAI 111tinilc1Tho Dr Whlkohall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND WG LOOK HART DENTISTEZEL GoldnihhlgIWilt be at Hazel 5andreasonable M Ik 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE eA TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac- Anyono tending n sketch And description me quickly neertnln our opinion free whether an Invention I lruhltl1l ttlrilIInndbnokontatenta- sent lions strictly nillo free oldest mrener for necurlnirpatent- 1ntenta token IIiriiLh Munn A Co rcccln tjKcial notice without clinrco In tho Scientific American- A handsomely Illustrated weekly Ij nreit cir culntlon of any nclcntllln Journal Tcrmi M a ytar four months tL Sold by all newsdealer MUNN COasteroadanr New York Ilranrh Ollice C3 K St Wnshlnzton D C Some Plain Facts Grave errors injustice wrongs of greater or less degree arise from lack of knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record of deception and injustice is the at tempt to demonetize silver as a money of final redemption in the United StatesThere is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived officials in power chosen to administer justice under the laws have ignored their sworn dutyand given aid to the scheme that has paralyzed industry reduced property values onehalf and beggared millions There is no authority of law either specific or by inference bywhich gold alone is made the onlymoney with which to discharge debts either public or private The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity Plain and ample information facts and truth concerning this almost suc cessful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed in the Cincinnati Enquirer a news i paper which the combined power of money has failed to muzzle or buy The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c a year The address is Enquirer Company Cincinnati 0 OLLIN A KA- SIiATTORNEYatLAW R I I HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the JadJoining counties and attend promPUTr all collections entrusted to him