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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- r Y ijL HE H EL OREENHERALD a 1 k bwc Established March 4 188 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 5 f frner En- aadppp1hdlto rTheOldost Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 YEAR IOURTEESTII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 1808 NUMBER 87 I OJ 1- IGARTEI RDRY GOODSit OirOUTKUS AND DKALKItP IX 1t0JiQ7 I AND MOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY jjftrence J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEM SONSW- HOLESALE Ii OvItvj SJ1oerli- 5 W MAIN STREET LOUJSYXIl i i gENDELGOSLING CO lS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves tC Umbrellas g7 and 629 W Main St- LOUISVILLE K- YJISfluttlewarrn GO I JUSrFACTUnKKS AXI JOIIIIKKS O- P3ITGLOTH1NCI 507 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY fTIREBWtins Kersey Cassimere it Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCT COATSIIre arknnwkdged to lie Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed as tnurkctl 3PSOLD BYii Jo TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY IIM ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY c 1l OLD RELIABLE IIUGuES rONIGCures Chills 4tc lz 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT tneorprntrduObinsont t t BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWIIOLESALE liOWltli t a Otr JER po CINCINNATI 0 Deference 1 Taylor Day hazel G- reenGALrA CltqJcrf+ 1657 Race Sl- CINCINNATIs t I t JLJ i The loading house for FANCY DRY I GOODS FURNISHING GOODS andl NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives GTSpecial attention to Man Orders iEn WISE RflICJ1EJ1E j IMlOUTKKS AND JO1IIIKKS Of FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Gopds NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race stI5Ir rloltttaleahlwl 11IMeyer rfUIWCIWWATII t t A xS SrtIX- I Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 3 RUBBERSII 120j 3 W PEARL STREET 1 CINCINNATIOTtRitn5Fnrelopee tIYI U OTtRitn5FnrelopeeR n printed nt IIEKALD olllce f w SOUTHERN OUTRAGES Col smitb iL KyRecountsand Tolls the Remedy Cleveland 0 Galling GunJ Nothing connected with our re cent Xovombor election is more theCaralillfSlhe unsutisfnctoryto theorists It nfurI rendered without undue passion or special emphasis Those who stay 1 ed at mono expressed that will J about as much as those who voted I Their negative attitude meant simply that they saw no reason to i change tho existing order of things and in that opinion I think tho majority of the American people agree limo lower house ofcongress will about represent tho normal condition of political thought j and capitalists terest But in tho two Carolinas solf preservation wipedout political llines and eliminated several poli ticians from the public gaze some of them even from the earth And some negroes who wore catspaws for tho whitctlondors woro slain in an unrighteous cause while their leaders went him hulig They were in ball luck like those other dar Ides imported into Illinois by tho mineowners who were slain or driven away by tho minors while the capitalists who imported them lived to vote tho Republican ticket in peace and quiet and thankedI God that they had by so doing ad VHnce44hu cause of human tree dom The moo who invite Anarchy and brood Anarchy the men in fact who make Anarchy possible from tho Autocrat of till tho Russias tu Mark Jlanna aro mon who slake pleas for Peace and bab ble about Human Rights meaning thereby time rights of no human except themselves and the security of no property save their own I Governoru Tanner iis labeled an an archist in time north hoea use he justified the shooting of negroes at I 1ana had ho the power ho would I 110 doubt hang tho white then who shot down time negroes at Wilming ton and IMidMiix Ho needed the votes of tho whito minors in Illi nois and his party needs tho votes of tho black negroes in North and South Carolina I dont suppose ho cares anymore for Peace and unman Liberty than does the czar or Mark Hannaor Win McKinloy for that matter Any man whoso political belief is based upon tho idea that you have tho right to take your neighbors property nway from him by force is to that ex tent an anarchist and Tanner und Mark Hannn and McKinloy are results of that political idea Agitators and anarchists aro horn into tho world moro often than they are made Necessity made Oliver Twist ask for more and ho was beaten by tho beadle but nismark was a born anarchist and success fully robbed Franco of her fairest possessions compelling her also to petty some billions of frances to keep from having her throat cut Your Tyrant your Conqueror your Mil lionniro is the born Anarchist ho takes what ho needs not from him who has nothing to give Ho compols tho minor to ho an anar chist or ohm starve in the midst of his famished family And your Philanthropist is usually a born Anarchist his reforms are always consummated nt tho expense of somebody else Old John Brown took great delight in killing south ern white mon but nol wont to work to pay his honest debts His philanthropy never extended to his creditors The Coal Oil Johnny who endows a hospital differs only in degree from tho highwayman I who robs n stagecoach and bestowsj blggnrboth oftheit penny on tile havetheme give t uywlnt unjustly acquired The Anarchist lender who lives by fomen ting strife the Plutocratthanis no worso whoso oppression of tho poor drives them into anarchy no worse than j the traveling mountebank who in f cites ji mob to burn u nunnery or tho Kansas saint who dynamites n saloon The white people of tho Caroli nns have become a law unto them selves and tho shotgun is their i prophet They lento disregarded J the enactments on thoir statute c books and taken possession of thoir c limeyluauo I j and intelligence shall reign nndc have omphaxsixed that proclama I tion with time bullet and tho torch puuplohaveshed nnd uphold1 the law by breaking it But tho responsibility rosts I not upon them it rests upon those who made thoir notioi necessary This government today is admin I istered by n political party whoso I most potent dictation was that I litho constitution is n longtio with the devil and a covenant with hulL In obedience toun law higher than I tho constitution that party was formed and does now exist At the November election a majority of the American peoplo declared their allegiance to that principle by voting their confidence in that party And no mutt who by his vote or in Ills heart endorses thoI murderous career of John Brown in Kansas or his traitorousi attack upon Harpers Furry has a right to a enforcement of the law against tho whito men of Carolina or the miners of Illinois This principle of tho higher J law brought on our Civil Vtir and with its termination thn Inst- itutiont was made to accord withI tit + accomplished fact Imo m groes wero freed without law and the law mndo then free afterward They wero given tho ballot when theywore as little fitted for it as time yet unvisited Filipinosi are now In reconstruction days tthey wero made judges and postmasters hnfont they could road or write When n white mUll was nut allow ed to bu1111 ounce of powder or a percussion cap his former slave handled his mail in the postomco and adjudicated upon his property or his liberty When time white poop In of tho South woro in this manner deprived of all protection for their persons and for what little property they had loft then and not till thoudid the higher law peoplo demand obedience to tho written law They said to the Southern peoplo You have been stripped of your slave property by a law higher than tho constitution Your former slaves have boon made your masters by military law You must now ho obedient to tho con stitution and submissive to the enacted laws ohm it wilt be tho worse for you limo Southern people obeyed because they had to j but they never intended then nor do they intoud now that negro supremacy should prevail Tho higher law of tho bayonet and tho cannon made tho negro the white mans master tho higher law of the shotgun and time torch says thnt ho shall not continue in control or rule tho Anglo Saxon Under tho constitution and the Taws mining operators in Illinois have a right to bring cheap labor white or black from tho South to opornto their minus Goviaimner- in obedience to n higher law I says that negroes shall not come j the white minors proceed to shoot them when they do come on the whole it seems that tho darkey isI persona non grata everywhere Tho Southern miner does not love himI any more thou does tho SouthernI planter Indeed so far as my ex perience goes tho Southern white mnn whether planter or dwoller in tho cityhnH kindlier feol ings toward tho negro than tho North urn man has No negro over stars od to death in tho South But tho Southern mnn likes tho negro as n negro ho will not endure him ns n politicnl boss or n social equnl This nay bo prejudice instinct innate cussedness or whatsoever you choose to call it but my state mont is bodrock truth Tho Nor thorn philanthropist loves tho no gro ns an ido1I1n angel in ebony existent in the clouds or anywhere olso except in tho neighborhood of tho said philanthropist George Harris who was tho saint in Unclo Toms Cabin lived and died in Lexington Ky In his old ago ho was supported by tho charity of Southern loplnnd his burial expenses wore paid out of a fund soot hero by an admirer of Mrs Stowos book in Now Zealand His own children who are ablobodled negroes in tho Northdid nothing a for hint and only came after his death for tho purpose of collecting 1 what ronmined of tho Now 1 Zealanders mOl1orrhoy never got a cent of it Old John Brown killed a negro at Harpers Perry because ho got in the line of lire and Cash Clay of Kentucky kill ed a negro soon after tho war for sonic imaginary insult either to himself or his bastard son I do not now remember which Such application has this philanthropy The riot at Wilmington N C while it was only ono symptom of a chronic unrest yet became acute because of an editorial in a negro paper concerning the poor white women If thoro is anything tho negro thoroughly despises it is the poor whito folks Those aro tho white men of the South who novor owned slaves and are about as coarsefibred an Mark llannu is without possessing Murk HnnnnH millions The wonum of such fam ilies tho negroes consider theirt le git imato prey especially if tho fathers and brothers vote tho He publican ticklttls they usually do Hut time tiger who has once tasted human blood becomes a man whet to bo dreaded and the negro who has once consorted withi a white woman does not afterward consider blood or breeding nor trouble himself shunt such small matters as consent Allh I white wo mOil look alike to him For sumo reason tho possession of a white woman huts peculiar charms for the negro Fred Douglass married a white woman when ho had no more need for Imy woman whitoor black than a Dachshund has for a JOWH harp When saP hnaded philan thropists front too North and black hearted scoundrels from tho South incite negroes to lust after white women they awaken a fire which is sure to horn somebody Those follows load tho negroes into trou ble time negro gets killedI und the real culprit gets an ofllce God pity tho negro in it nil 1 IICassius M Clay that pestilent old Kentucky swashbuckler who never had a generous thought or earned an honest dollar in his lifoI raised a mob in Lexington Ky onco about an editorial similar to that of tho North Carolina negro editor It wets before our Civil War and a mass mooting of citi zens appointed a committee who notified him that he must ti wonI tinue his newspaper and ship the outfit of his ollico buck to Ohio He returned n defiant answer and then wont to his residence sick from swallowing some of his own venom possibly Tho committee gutted Iris Ouch nod shipped his outfit away Some of the leading men of that mass mooting were Republicans during tho war and afterward had they have had oc casion to fool keenly Limo result of Old Cash Clays teachings They loved tho nogro afar off hut thoy booted time colored gentleman away from theiri front doors Those Hume mon today will denounce tho outragHs in toe Carolinas and would commit tho like if HOC essary in Kentucky Indignation meetings aro no good in matters of this kind The lucent planets are very sweet and soft land mild as wo view theta in tho firm ament Not oven Mars himself is as baleful as a comet But all the indignation meetings in this world could not jostle gentle Venus from hot course There are Tows in Franco proud of their Abrahamic blood and Catholics who toll thoir bends in Kansas Our armies find Freemasons in Cuba and Porto Rico and tho mildmannered Jo suit makes his way along tho cow paths of Boston Common Human nature can not bo changed by tho notion of committees nod while there is u real white man in the South tho man who forces nogro domination on him is in danger of his life The colored gentleman who dominates likewise walks in perilous paths The nogro editor Mnnloy of Wilmington N C justified his writing by some words uttered in speech by Mrs Felton at Tybeo Ga some two years or moro suttee Just as I um finishing this article Mrs Folton wife of Congressman Folton publishes an interview quoting front her speech and mak ing some further statements I give hor words without comment In uddrossing tho farmers atTyboo she said With duo respect to your politics I Hny that when you take tho negro Into your embrace on election day to control ain vote and uso liquor to befuddle bU brain anti make him believe ho is your man and brother when you honey Binigglo him at the polls and mako him familiar with dirty tricks in politics en long will lynching prevail becnuRO time cmmo will grow nnd incrcaao with every election ntul when there is not enough religion in the pulpit to organize a cru Hiido ncainat this din nor justice in tho court house to promptly punish the crime nor imanhood enough in the nation to put a sheltering arm around inno cence mind virtue if it requires lynching to protect tannins dearest poHennlou froth ravening drunken human beasts thou Ira lynch a thousand a week if It in necccmiry Since that addrcan was made the crime and lynching have decreased 61 lpercent III Cleorgla said rs1eitau doming to the present time The race will ho destroyed by the whites in self defence unlivH law and order prevail In regard to tho crime of criminal assault and the lynching that follows When the negro Mauley attributed the crime of criminalI I acimnll to lewd intimacy between negro men and tho white women of the mouth tho ulandcror Mhnnld bo moats to feel a lynchers rope rather than occupy u place in iiewnpn porn These urn tho words ofn South ern woman and they find echo in the heart of every Southern man bubo poor white or rich planter They will find response in ovory manly heart in the United States mill they are well worth careful pondering by every man who hits the hallos in his hands Imo phi lanthropists anti other leaders of indignation meetings might espe cially consider thorn with care Two Pointed Questions Answered What is tho use of making n bettor nr Idle than your competitor if you can not got n better price for It- AnllAH there is 110 difference in tho price tho public will buy only tho Letter HO that while our profits may bo smaller on n ningle sale they will be much grout ct in tho aggregate How can you gut tho public to know your make inI the best If both unties ere brought promi ncntly before tho public both are certain to be tried and tho public will very ijnickly push judgment on them and use ullirtho better one This explains the largo sale on Chang herhdnH Cough Ucmcdy Tho people have hued lining it for years and bavo found that it don always ho depended upon They tiny occasionally tortwith MOIIIO fashionable novelty put with exaggerated claims but nro certain to return to tho one remedy that they know to bo reliable and for coughs olds and croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ioraulo by J Taylor Day At time Christian church on Sunday morning at 11 oclock Win U Cord will present the Cause of Ministerial Hvliof nnd ho earnestly requests every member of time church to bo present nnd nil others who so desire Ills topic for the occasion is A Tender Ministry At night his topic will bo A Strange toy anti at that timo ho will toll of a Strange Hoy who lives in Hazel Qrccn Whoso boy is ho 7 Pains in the chest whoa n person hasn cold Indicate n tendency towarl pncu nonlii A piece of flannel dampened vith Chamberlains Pain Balm nod houlldon to the cheat over tbo sent of pain will promptly relieve tho pain and prevent the threatened attack of peonInonin This same treatment will cure a ama back in a few hours Sold by J Taylor Day Old papers 20c a hundred st fff I t rc k A LESSON ON WRESTLING PJMt Well Your Feet DcCorc Oravpllnfi With Your Opponent 1 ChrlitUnt Muat 13 Kvadjr to Mct EtT Tower Curijrlnc Iliblit Vflll Nut IVIn In be YgIsifltv D- rTa3mm Srrtnon IIbtills discourse Dr Talmago scItOtsII one of the boldest figures of the Bible I to present most practical and encour i j aging truths Text Kphcsinns TI 13II I We wrestle not against flesh blood but against principalities fI against the rulerAgainst powers ii of the darkness of this world against 1bIritunlwickedness in high places Squoamishuosi and fastidiousness were never charged against Pauls rhet oric In the wnr against evil he took the tint weapon ho could lay his hand on lor illustration he employed thujj theater the arena the foot and there was nothing in the Isth j I I mian game with its wreath of pine I I I leaves or Pythian game with Itsi wreath of laurel and palm or Xetnean II jgainc with its wreath of pan loy II any Itomati circus but he felt he hudorjj right to put it in sermon or vpUtle 11111tAxtI fcuggestivonet s IluUrch says that vrctling is the most artistic and run I ning of athletic games We must I a wide difference between IIinnke the lowest of o1Metatler II I which is an effort ia sport to put down another on door ji r or ground and we all of UN indulged in it in our boyhood days if we were healthful and plucky The I cncient wrestlers were Hrst bathed in oil and then sprinkled with samU The f I third throw decided the victory and ninny a man who went down In the t i itlrtthrow or second throw in the third throw WHS on his top and his opponent t nrxler The liomantt did not like thin game very much for it WIM not sav age enough no blows or kicks being allowed in the pIne They preferred I the foot of hungry panther on the i breast of fallen martyr In wrestling the opponent would r bow in apparent Mtivity advance face to face put down both feet lOUdly I take each other by the anus and posh each other backward and forward un ill the work began in real earnest sod there wen contortions and trittgula tioitb and violent stroke of the foot of j OIK contestant against the foot pf the j other tripping hiu up or with trur j glu that tlireatenettappoplexyortleath the defeated fell and the tihout of the rpcvtatoni greeted the victor I goes i Iaul had seen oine such contest and it reminded him of the struggle of the wml tvilh temptation and the simple oft I truth with error and the struggle of heavenly forces against apollyonit I II powers and lit dictates 1113 text to an jI mmimiriinis for all his letter save the I one to Philemon seem to have IKHW jII liutatcd Mild as the JtiiiHinieiii sties i on with his work I hoar the groan Mud i iI laugh and shout of earthly Mild euiestlal j ji Klligeronts We wrestle not against 7o Ji and blood hill against prhlliltllll Uiits agnlnt powers against I of the darkness of this world against spiritual wickedness in high plllecII 1 notice that as these wrintlers lulii vanced to throw each other they Inwod I tine to the other It was a civility not only in ireeiun an Uoiiiuu games I I hut in later day in nil the wrestling I bouUs at Clorkeuwoll llIglnlullUul in I the famous wrestling match during I the reign of Henry III In St Giles Field between men of Westminster I nnd people of London However rough u twist anti u hard pull each wrestler I contemplated giving his opponent I they approached each othtr with po liteness and suavity Thogcnutluxions the affability the courtesy In no wise hindered the decisiveness of the contest Well Paul Ite what you mean In this awful struggleI between right and wrong we must not forget to be gentlemen anti ladies Affability never hinder but always helps You nro powerless as toon as you fct miul Jo not call rum sellers murderers 111I not call infidels fools Do not call higherI critics reprobates Do not call sill cavil players and theater goers chil dren of the devil Do not say that the dunce breaks through Into hell Do aiot dent In vituperation and blllings Rutl nnd contempt and adjoctivus dyna miticI The other sldo can beat illtthat Their dictionaries have more ob jurgation and brimstone Wo are in the strength of God to throw tint on its back every abomlna xion that curses the earth but lot us approach our mighty antagonist with sbunvily Hercules son of lupitcr anti Alcuiene will by a prevusor of smiles be helped rather than damaged for tIll performance of his twelve Inlxirs H ct us be as wisely strategic in relg xoua circles as attorneys in courtrooms vlio nro complimentary to each other in the opening remarks before they come into legal struggle such as that which left Rufus Choato or David Paul Jlrown triumphant or defeated Peo jple who get into a rago I liii reformatoryVIOt1C accomplish nothing but the depletion of their own nervous Kystein There la such n thing as having a gun so hot at the touchholc that it explode killing the imo that sets it off There arc come reformatory meetings to which 1 Always deoll ao to go antI take partbe cause they arc opt to become demon strations of bad temper 1 never like 1 I to near a man swear even though he uwcar on the right side The very Paul who in my text employed in H lustration the wrestling match bo havcd on a memorable occasion as rt I ought to behave The translators of the Bible made an unintentional mis take when they represented ul as luI suiting the people of Athens by speak Ing of the unknown gcd whom ye ignorantly worship i Instead of charging1 them with ig i norance the original indicates ho com plimented them by suggesting that they were very religious but as thy confessed that there were some things i they did not understand about God w propowl to say some things eooeora lug IBm beginning when they had left oil The same Paul who said in cue phwv 1k ctrteouaud who had noticed the bow preceding the wrest ling match here exereies aamrities before In proceeds practieally to throw down the rocky side of the Acropolis the whule PanMDOD of Idolatries Minenm and Jupiter snufcshed up with the rest of them In this holy war pol ished Hues will do More execution than blunderbttaaea I et our wrestlers bow I i as they go into the titigtie which will leave all perdition under and all Heaven on top- Kemcmber I also that the wrestlers went through severe and eoounnow I eonne of preparation for their work 1 They wore put upon sneh diet a would best dVvelop their mveIe As Paul lapt Every man that strireth for I the matery is temperate In all things The wrcstler were put under cow plete discipline bathing gymnastics struggle in sport with each other to develop strength aid rite qxnckoc to dodge at head and trip of foot stoop lag to lift each other off the rronnJ Mdd nlj nuking forward tiddenly palling backward putting the left toot behind the others right foot and getting i hu opponent off his balance hard training for days and week and BxithK M that when they net it wa giant clutching I giant And my friend If we doI not want oarmrlTes to be thrown in this wresUe with the ain and error of ji the world we had better rst ready by Christian discipline by holy selfde DIal constant b submit dirlCtiou1DoI money for that young man who is inii preparation for the ministry upend ing two years in grammar school and four year in college and three years I in theological seminary I know that nine years are a big slice to take oil a mans active life but if you realized I the height and strength of the archan I gels of evil in our time with which I that young man iis going to wrestle you would not think uiu years of preparation were too much An un 1 educated mitmtry was excusable in other day lint not in this time loaded j with nchoolft anti colleges A man who 1 wrote me the other day a letter asking i advice as he felt railed to preach the jtt Uo pel began the word liod with a j I little g That kind of a titan is not j ailed to preach thoicl Illiterate melt preaching the iospcl quote for I their own encouragement the scriptnr il paMMffc tipen thy mouth wide and 1viil1 nil itt H will Oil it with jI ivind Preparation fur this wrestling Iii absolutely nccesMiry Many years j ago Dr Newman and Dr undcrland j I on the platform of Irigham Young J labernaele at Salt lake City Utah i gained the victory IIttanw they hadio J I long been skillful wrestlers for iod Otherwise BrighAm Young who wits Himself a giant in some things would hAl thrown them out of the window itt ready in IliUle classes Out ready I in Christian llindeavor meetings Hot j ready in giving testimony In obscure laees before giving testimony in loni j i ipicuous places j I Your going around with a llagster Iliblo with tlaps at the edges under your arm dues not qualify you for the t work of an evangelist In this tiny of II irofuse gab remember that it is not j inetvly capacity to talk but the fact j that you have something to say thit i I is going to tit you for the struggle into which you are to go with a smile on your face and illumination on yorr brow but out of which you will come until your physical and mtff ind moral and religious 1Hr have been taxed to the utmo mid you have not a nerve left uri a thought unexpeiuUd or a praye unsaid or n sympathy unwept IiiII this struggle between right anti accept no challenge on platformwrollJII newspaper unless you are prepared Do not misapply the story of ioliath the Great and David tho Little David I had been practicing with a sling on I dons AntI wolves and bandits and a thousand tunes had he swirled stone around his head before he aimed at tho forehead of the giant and tumbled him backward otherwise the big foot ioliath would almost have covered lIfII the crushed form of the win of llSStIi I Notice also that the SUCCCM of 11II wrestler depended on his having his feet well planted before he grappled his opponent Much depends upon the onInnhis weight on left foot he is not ready t A flght cutT of his antagonist will capsize him A stroke of tho heel of the j j other wrestler will trip him And in I this struggle for lod iind righteousness as well as for our own settle wo want our feet firmly planted in the gospel both feet on the Hook of Ages It will not do to believe tho Bible iu pots or thlnh some of it true and ROIUO of it untrue I tYou just nudie up your rind that I I f the story of the Uardcn ot Eden Is allegory and the epistle of Jarnc nnII ij interpolation antI that the miracles Christ can bo accounted for on natural I grounds Without any belief in theIII supernatural and the first time I arv interlocked in a wrestle with m i and Satan you will go under and your feet will be higher than your head It I will not do to have one foot on a 1 c1II I j and the other on the j Too old hook would longtigo j haw pone to pieces if it hail boon j vulneraWe Itut of the millions of ill I We that have beets printed within the I last Si years not one chapter ha been I omitted and the omission of ontO chapter would have been the cause of thetj t rejection of the whole edition Alas for thoe who while trying to prove I that Jonah was never swallowed of a whale themselves get swallowed of the whale of unbelief which digests but never ejects its victims The inspirit tion of the Bible is not more certain I than the preservation of the Bible inII its present condition After so centuries of assault on the Rook I I would it not be a matter of economy to ay the Icastecono I my of brain and economy ofsUt tkwcry and ec uomy of printers ink if the hatter ti now assaulting the I hook would change their aim and be trained agatasi owe other bot ks and t the world shown that Walter Scott did not write The Lady of the lAke nor j Homer The mad nor Virgil The Ucorgic nor Thoma Moore IjUla Roth w that Washington Fare well Address wm written fey Thomas i Paine and that the war of the wml Ii tion never ucvured Thai attempt would be qoite as a cwiJjal a this longtimed attack aatjBiblcal and then it would be new Oh out of this wrestling bom sitfc keepII I i norance ant the wretehednesfe of the i world tulle you fee that both feet art planted in the GodII the Hook of Almighty Notice also that in this eieue wrestling to which Paul refers in ofIj text it WAS the thiM thrown that eided the contest A wrestler might i be thrown once and thrown twice hat f the third time he might recover him i oflannj j j takable Gospel Some whom I ad dreM through ear or eye by voice or printed page have been thrown in their wrestle with eril habit Aye you hare been thrown twice j but that dots not mean 0 worsted soul that yru ate thrown forever I have no authority for saying how j many time a man may sin and be for given or how many times he may fall md yet tine aiD but I have authori ty fur saying he may fall 4H times 1111II 490 times get up The Hible declares that God will forgive seventy tunes even and if you will employ the mh- o multiplication you will tlnd that seventy titan seven is WO Hlessed ht- nod for such n Gospel of high hope and thrilling encouragement and magnificent resent A Gospel of lost sheep brought home on Shepherds shoulder and the prodigals who gut into the low work of putting husks in to swine troughs brought home to jewelry and banqueting tutu hilarity that made the rafters ring The time is coming I know it will quicken your pulse when I mention it when the last mighty evil of tin worldwill be grappled by righteous ness and thrown Vhidof tIll great evils will survive till the others I know not whether war or revenge or fraud or lust or intemperance or gambling or Sabbath desecration It win IK till evil the most thoroughly entrenched most completely re wlnlthIby all the principalities and powers standttill graves of all the other slain abom inations graves dug by the hot shov els of despair and surmounted bystielt opitaphiology as this It litcth like a serpent and stingoth like an adder The wages ofsin is death Her house iucliueth unto death anti her paths unto the dead There is a way that scemeth right to a man but the end thereof is death Yes I imagine wo have ar rived at the tune when wo may say Yonder stands the last and only great evil of all the world to be wrestled down tIllItaphed Iniquities of the world hut ever and anon gazing upward in defiance of the heavens and shaking its list at tho Almightv saying Nothing put me down I have seen all lanII other encmiiw of till human raee wrestled down and destroyed but I there is no arm or foot human or angolie or Deitle that can throw me I have ruined whole generations and 1 swear by ali the tinones of dia holism that I will ruin this generation Come on nil ye churches and all ye reformatory institutions and all ye legislatures and nil yo thrones 1 challenge you I plant my feet on this redhot rook of the worlds woe I stretch forth my arms for the might lest wrestle any world has over IhlnjI and the two mighty wrostlvrs will grapple whllo nil the galleries of earth and Heaven look down front one side and nil the fiery chasms of perdition look up from the other side The two wrestlers sway U and fro and turn this way and that nUll now the mon ster evil seems tho mightier of the L a two nnd flOW righteousness nccras about to triumph The prize Iis worth n struggle for it is not a chaplet of laurel or palm hut the rescue of n world tutu a wrcnth put or the brow thouIwOlltlscnrth11lcntln while waiting for the result of this struggleI when with one mighty swing lot an arm muscled with Omnipotence rightousncss hurls the last evil first on its knees and then on its face and then rolling off and down with a crash wilder than that with which Sampson hurled the Temple of Dapon when begot hold of its two chief pillars hut moro like the throwing of Satan out of Heaven as described John Milton IWmthe Mmlility power hung Hradlonc flatnlnr treat the ctlenreal sky With hideous ruin ant vointiutlan down To bouonlvi prtIt1on them to dwell In ivlamattttne chain and pcmil lire Who durt defy the Omnipotent lumq Xlac1 times the space that moa ure tiny and nlItIman he with hl horrId crow Iajr vanquished rolling In tk tlory gulf Confounded though Immortal Aye That suggests a cheering thought that iftU the realms oftIe moiiology arc on the other side all the realms of nngelology are on our side among them Gabriel and Michael the archangel naIl the Angel of the New Covenant and they are now talking over the present awful strug gle and tlnal glorious triumph talk ing amid the alabaster pillars and in the ivory palaces anti along the broad ways and grand avenues 01 the great capital of the universe and amid the spray of fountains with I rainbows like the rainbow round the I thwe and as they take their morn I lag ride in the chariots with white I bores bitted with gold that were VT John in vision apocalyptic and while waiting in temples for the one hundred and forty and four thousand to chant accompanied by harpIIers and trumpeter and ings and hallelujahs like the vnic j of many waters Yes all Heaven j i is on our side and the high places wickedness spoken of in niy text ofII not so high as the high places o Heaven where there are enough reserve forces if our earthly forces should be overpowered or in cowardice fall hack to sweep flown MJIIIO morn ing at daybreak and tithe all for God before the city thlslluthII strike 12 for noon And of heaven the most august cabinet in the universe made up of three God the Father God the Son and God tho Holy Ghostnn now in session in the Kings palace and they are with us and they are going to see us through anti they invite us as soon as wo have ilono our share of the work to go up and feu them and celebrate the tina victory that is more sure to come than tomor rows sunrise ITEMS OF INTEREST JAPAN factories employ no children undei l i years of allVUK shovel halt is so called because it uses its nose to turn over the mud at the bottom of the sea in questif thu worms mill small shellfish on which it feeds SPAIN has one largo cruiser of tho Cristobal Colon typo building in Italy It was to have been delivered this year but with tIll bad luck which waits upon Spain was not completed when the war began AT the beginning of the seventeenth century Spain had 1JOOOO churches COO 000 priests it bishops 70000 monks and 30000 units Tho clergyof fastila alone hind an annuAl Income that would equal S2i000000 today TUB wool sawyers of Atlanta Ga 200 In number have formed a trust anti have raised till price of sawing tltyiveryI bUnd man or a cripple TitBitK are several rich oil fields in Mexico A company with a capital stock of 500000 has been organized for tIll purpose of developing these oil fields antI they will run in opposition to the Standard Oil company Ciovrii sickness a common disease that often ruins clover crops has caused Gorman scientists to make ex periments They now say that farm ers will soon be able to inoculate their mutt just as human beings may be treated IN Russia many scientific and mis cellaneous hOOkS are not allowed to bo sold simply on account of a few objec tionable lutes lInt if any otto needs the hook he can send a letter with a certain fixed sum of money and get li copyTho na vy shows that of the l00rt tacit in tho Borviee 178 per cent are between tho ages of IS anti tiC years and SS8 per cent between the ages of CO anti J5 years Only lOS Iwr cent are over 40 years anti most of those are officers Tin censorship of the press leads to amusing expedients for tilling up space in the newspapers of Madrid and liar SpnnIsh u good many cooking receipts reme dies for bites upUICKNT gulf5trlnlU thoIhlnmlsBinloitithetimes as great as the combined vol of nil the attheir 1- rwk 3 PERSONAL AND IM B j a ldLln ton Whoissald toIrichest man lit Ohio Is the SOil Irishman who hub07for u 1IIeciafllc1succeeded I tIinInes 3tnnchesexdoctors I IMorecluncelloof11 Io yea were the sons of poor men olthembatherumidI a JW castle coaiheaver nubterforholidaychargebaby at pears to be cutting a tooth earnesth desires that they will return atOnCetiltIondontilt Californiatellsrccrultiat the Presidio This is andheYOI1Imothe colonel Yis son If you face the rising sun your left hand would been the north of you and your right hand betbchhutIn u Utica kindergarten schoolafen days ago the subject before the clnst was the hen Among other question Whatdocsteacher at the same time placing both thrIportion body tacd to The teacher was mucis surprised ns wellai fmiistcl when ii little girl quickly an swered A comb The teacher had placed one hand on a comb in her hair Uticn Observer ilt is said that once when Bismarck tiltIlhiladdflhia DotIIpnnees luggage Twentyfour1 wat the answer Ah papa cried out the terrible infant now I know how bag you are to be from hioxiteN= dnys1 WOULDNT SLEEP IHEJlr IulVcrty Kept UN Kye on the Kiiviiiy Zulu Won the Hattie with Death The hospitals are naturally tliesceot of many pathetic some humorous In cidents and a few in which humoj ami pathos are sadly mixed writes a Washington correspondent One day Pat LalVorty and Mike Dolan cronies in peace companions in arms lioth woumlod before Santiago wen brought into one of the city hospitals and found themselves side bv tide at they had lived anil fought in the great war How arc yc Patnskcd Mike of hii friend Mr Laflerty if ye plaze I likes tc maintain mo dignity if I am shot through the breast Well how are ye Mr Laffcrty re pented Mike smiling feebly If I didnt feel so bad Id feel bet ter responded Pat Hut how are ye yerself Mr Dolan J- Im dead entirely Mr Lafferty an Im expecting to git worse The doctor tanking his rounds Interrupted this interesting conversa tion by cautioning time wounded men to go asleep Mike Dolan turned hit face away pulled the clothes about his shoulders and obediently settled himself but Pat stared straight be fore him Go to sleep Pat coaxed the sur geon Sleep is the best medicine for you Mr LaiTerty if ye plaxe doctor I want to maintain my dignity if I nm shot through the breast Well Mr LaiTerty then said the young physician amiably Go to sleep Youll be better in the morn ing Sot once shall I shut myeyeS tonight doctor not once If I go to sleep death might come to me inoy sleep If I stay awake I can light lentil 1 dont Intind to die tonight doctor Mind that loor Mike there knows his own business but I dont in tutu to die The doctor smiled at Pats determin I ation but he hind lit tic hopes for bin The poor Irishman was sorely wound cd Whenever he passed by Pats cot however he found him with lilt eye staring wide open and once felt hi pulse fearing that unwelcome death had already come Dont ye be uneasy doctor uld- the patient faintly struggling with pain Mr Lafferty is not goin to die tonightIn morning when the nurse came to look after him he gave her I cheery greeting and it is pleasant to chronicle that his brave spirit woa out and that he is in a fair tvayO reo covery Hut his friend and compan ion Mike Dolan placid and obedient Mike Dolan had crossed the bar- N Y Tribune True 111 MrsPFnrmsideJoshiun the tramP have robbed our clothesline apD It I Joshua How do yer knov ramps Because they have taken ereT thing but the towels Judge i j I fitt t ramp I I 01 mtrf ttt 0D t LABORSAVING BARN It u Conveiilenlly Arranged for a Itace Where Knrinlnu In Cuii- ilacled un n lnriti Stnle The barn portrnyed herewith is built upon a large scnle holding luo tons of hRlllt extrcure HIeit Irenentsure sketched itII by W feet The antes or main part Aj Iis about 24 feet wide and 7C feet lungl by 4 high and is I fijled with hay from the ground up a a ii a are kelffeedlng chutes 4 leet aide extending the whole length and height of the main part opened about j frft on the outside at bottom the tlilr of the shale next to the tint left open at dillercnt distance trotiOII J IlTIIKI KOUNIl IlAN top to iirfrluin so hat tit tiny Iis fri1I out there will III opiMitng fnrtliei dour The bay runs down to within Uh1I1 S fct of the bottom in the chute where it rests alums II floor which isI tin bottom of the niugr C C C running out about 2 furl m yond the 11111111IIfi tin chute It M CCaiiil li are each II test wide In It H are markedI separate stalls whirl are absent in C C but IMII be lrl1 ed iictMirding to cireifi taiues with or without ThvreI iis tiowever loin left behind M lbt a ttam and wagon can be driven through for cleaning darn IK nnd IU iiav be used for xotingrr toek for eMra care I iI F a box stall about Id by I12 fret Oi t f I IMIONT AND rNI tIiitVtl Js a Ifd lootu TIll nnmbers repre tentIloi of dilTirert width some if shish could be dispensed with or others aihled according to eireiun stanco L aik H and Id are each aloiit 7 Pert wide hung upon roller 115 G T and Ir are In fort wide I I about 1 2 fort hung upon binges S I 12I U and 14 may be quite small If desired n gangway in front of the mangis may be made 5 feet wide and about I feet high as represented by dotted lines b b b b with lout at 4 mud a small chute niitde fro manger III interxals through which to feed groin The elevations as shown by the smaller outs arc the end views Doors I 2 3 4 5 rt nod 7 correspond to the saute figures in the ground plan The outside shed is about ID fret high hy 14 Ices wide extending clear round the main port with the excep Lion of the one end Itelow whirr the roof of the addition strikes the main part the inside nerd not be boarded up tight along the chutes nut Iby beingwell braced will dis pense with all hoarding except the 01i11i1c11FIIIJI1l1l1c11101l1lI HINTS FOR DAIRYMEN Do not depend on beauty of form in the sflvction of th good dairycote alone One ami ig the best hula r cubs we ever possessed was of undeniable scruborigin ami exceedingly angular While a great many people find Inuit with the Devon on account of the rlong horm yet they have proven themselves n good beef cattle besides they hllnoI excellent milking qualities In the Klgin district there are IrohI ably produced lliuuuu pounds of out ter per day which would t require Hiu ODD pounds of milk and a loss of ton eats per hundred would mean a loss of 2500 per day or nearly 51UOUHUU u yearOne I really good cow will furnish UKI much milk as two ordinary ones while the one will cost but half ns much as the two for keeping In the latter case the profit all goes in keeping the extra lOW if we would prosper we must keep our wits awake J Skip one feeding period nfter the call IIIs removed so it will have u good appe I tite then give from three to four pints of whole milk fresh from the cow it lingerreedfed its mothers milk fresh Western lIowmanIy ii IDAIRY MANAGEMENT Ron to IhteueCondlllossure Ivcunlnry Sutcvki Twice cadi day 14 times cnch week tothepasture season urn milked each cow tied in her own stall and feea supplementary ration of grub Jut not a balanced one except Unit it nids digestion and assimilntior with pasture consumed during the tiny This ofb1YUuliddedWepurposes iiiieting our COWH but for the speei1tc purpose of obtaining revenue rind nl ways feel time It pays to du It in such III degree as good judgment permits Our cotta lure driven quietly to and from fieldl which is not fur nor should it be distant We saw n man go otn mile to a rented Ipasture to milk ThiN Will nn tin right side of economy nN against driving cows the distance IO and from pant ire We fear some uf tim ilairvnicn arc slut Kiifticicntly carctil during the simmer in caring fur stnlilcs keeping them cleanly and re moving daily Mine of tin products tlmt soon produce noisome odors Kvery thing should ie kept absolntelv clean nun etrty shin fasted with gypsum or what Is almost us good common rued Must Almost daily our stalls are swept and the walk beliml treated likewise o that they present a tempting place for the cows to go to eat and rest while they are speedily palled We advocate rapid milking when dune in a masterly way In fly tine a bi rlap rover closed tip nl IIrar is thrown over a raw while milking her nod site stands per fectly quiet and cannot use her tail to tlc annoyance of the milker Idders nod tens an dusted before milking I hllO avoiding foreign substances get ting into the milk which we consider try important At onceaftercowsiue milked thcyure turned out to avoid soiling the 1IlthC ore poor au thority on kicking eows Tin best way to break them is nut to have them Kicking rows urn we think the result of poor hamllinirand training Uoorge IIK Scott III National Stockman HAULING CORN FODDER lle erlitlnn of n 1r1 Thin U Inhr unit Inr Mure m tMileiil Than Any rtuuu A handy surd for haulin corn sadder from till Held to the rick or burn ivi shown herewith It is fat easier aunt more convenient than a WILOII I drive within a foot of the slncl pifli the sldik over with a pitchfork and the man on the sled takes hold of the tut nod pulls while the man with the fork lushes I begin h loading lit the front cud and 1I1I11I1t skit then till the other Then drive to where it is wanted and set thy shod till whole ThU riehod Iiv better than staekisgus it does rot break up or waste It I want to haul J SLKD KOll ItAuUNC COUNKODDKR every short of toycons up and tit il oY iiromidl the lots so I wont lucre to- go out liurdy day = sad get it fron the fit Id I1 use four Nurses alireast Ont for the Held is hilly andI a good UIO to haul Dimensions lire lllcknrj runner poles lay feet long and sixi feet four inchei lehes at butt four apart Cross pieces urc ten fret lung hi kory poles hewn down about squarI and butted to runners The riiimrri strongly in froit KC want to t e braced together The boa rift ihej wont pull art Ii feet outside pieces four by lout Iitches to add strength Kmincr him iwoinch holes bored 1 in rheum foi Makes which sire ot hickory II ht front ones lit tight lint the back onei loose so they may he remove tire when putting the lust shock onl 1 lliibbard in Farm and Home nunl Worry the Cow leulpered man shoutcA rough quick ncxcr be tolerated around the cue ruble alit cow hoses quietiude Itn disturbance which excites her lesscm the KcCIL1 lUll and How it It dues lint stop of mill IIt is vrytunny rill ait employe lV UicKlng and beating a cow j1 U tore or while the ih milking to lessen her milk How by onehalf This in stained holding up the milk It u prevention of mill secretion reallv a and the milk thus lost does not come down at any subsequent milking ICural World TruCliiiuny fruit tlic Soalli have been builtThe tone roads that around Charlotte N C mainly bydun vict labor have done much for tile progress of the place Fifty miles nt him roads are down and they are to be extended to the county border llnu It Ia1 said that it used to be n feat worth bragging about for a farmer tu get to town with four bales of cotton on u wagon drown by four homes but now bethinks nothing of bringing six bales on wagon drawu by two 4c PITYING THE POOR A Tramp Who S1ould Not Take the Crust front H Nee AVotu nna Jllnntb thethritlittle cottage at Sauwlitoshe only inherited about SfOOOOO and so is obliged to be frugal herftlendapiautoi Jed to tonic home n pausing knight ot the road humbly solicited a bite The young woman could not withstand the petition so Niievent wnsfilledofttnanllikeherbounty1Fe are very pour ourselves she said in muttered njwlouy TIll1 outcnft leVcived the crust witha nwayAthe young hciivnK the crusts and also u nickel Illntici allisoA FATHERS STORY From tilt Kvcnlnt Crescent ApplctonWIN- A remarkable cure tram u disease which ha generally wrecked the live of children and Deft tin in in a condition to which death iitselfwould be preferred Las aitrartetl n treat amount ot attention amoti the resi ApplctonTinii Creech frou if ItiihirJ n Creech a well known Miipliiye of one of the large paper mills in the Fox River Valley The lad was attacked by Miinal disease and hit parents had given up all hope of his ever being well iiRfiin when M by a miracle he was healed and is Ono in srltoolns happy as any of his mates Mr Creech the father of the boy who resii s at 100J Second Street Appleton Wisconsin told time following story II 1 1 I lie lui to svifHI Our tiny was absolutely ieplci 11i8I lower limbs were paralyzed and when we u td elcttritity he could not feel it below Ins IMI Im illy we let the doctor go us he Jd not seeai to hdlour sun and we nearly jI I ran up hope mother who lives in CaauJa wrote mlvisini the uc of 1 Dr Wil 11bollbtwall our on Ktrctihcr for an entire year In Nis weeks after taking the pills we tinted liraor vii iItaut in his legs and in four able to go to school It isi two nirs since lie took the first of time piss sad fir is at school now int at Imp py ami weH uo tiny of the other children it was lint lung ebeI in the world that saved the boy than Dr Villinnifi Pink Pills Profeor in medienl =chat is Ihr lust thing you do in CUM ofn hUII liriuht StuJent Sneeze sitYunlccra hflatiiinau Irop y trenteil tree by Dr II II Greens SOUK oi Atlitnta Un Hie priulest drn y FH mb lk III tin world Item their niUer tiBfiueat m another eulumii ot tins wpcr- Kvery master is more or less of a tcrrnnt to lain lieud A11 llulletin A center shot St Jacobs Oil strikes Sc tiiicn mil it is killed j Souyeair I iill the maiden name of rubbish Atciiimm Globe Only n spmia You may be a cripple St Jncubs Oil tuius sure u In warning there is ttrengtlrLew Wal lace A mule a kick titan sick St Jacobs Oil cured the bruises Almost any man who hint krpt house for 20 years tan go up in the nttil nnd nee things that rust him 1000 anti that he couldnt get n 10 hill for now Somerville Journal For days she hovered at deaths door but now the fever had turned at taut You will reeover exclaimed the physician joyously A shade of anxiety swept across her wasted features Will my hair grow in curly site demanded Ah how pitifully confound ed1 is wiener before the really important fe arts of the future Detroit Journal Tamairn with its ginger might become de pirahie territory if this country ever gets inimjied elsewhere Philadelphia Times Mrs Young Hriilget nm over and are how old Mrs Smith is this morning Hriilget rrturllilllShllr maam the wys lien feveiity years anti eirfit months nitnllll wants to know what business that is of ollntCornell Widow Charley Oonset nsked n friend of his from the country the other day if slip hind lbeen out to the four and the replied nn follows I didnt went I didnt wnnt to went mid if I had wanted to went 1couldnt have fntten to gwineClnrfsvillc enChronl- ete EritI like to sec n man ready to fight for flue truth AlecYcs why only yes terday n man said I lied and I hit him in an instauttAnswersrho from the new state of MpjUobrwp now rose and addressed the house I move etc exclaimed that all this red tope IK dispensed witllr The motion carried unanimously put when it was- urgel lint there he substituted ht1iotroJIO- tRpe with n ncapreen border difficulties nrrwe The brunette wing of the dominant party supported bjr the nprnrian bleached lilonds insisted upon shrimp pink Detroit Journal It iis from that wine men rterire con Iiluao i latiuc in the troubles of life Victor y What Cabsta tsar Means te Spats The loss of Cuba meant to Spain the loss of AlreatlyherIn the same way the loss of your once vig orous appetite Means poverty and starvation to your body If any reader of tins paper wishes to be ns hungry nguin as when a child and wants to hearty meals we can rulllenjl1 Stomach flit ters It cures indigestion dyspepsia and constipation wSmnl1 Capital First ThoatcrOocr Mrs De Style who went on the static after n divorce scandal has failed to make expenses Second JhenlerGoerWlIl it wasnt much or n scandal nnhowN Y Weekly Ucnfnri Cnuiiot lie Cured by lorul upplicatiotu as they cannot reach the diMuscd portion of the cur There is only one way to cure dcafncms and that in l y conntiuuioiml iciucdics Deafness is causal hy nn inilunicd condition of the nm coil liniiiR ut the Kiiatiichian Tube When tike tube gels inflamed you here u rumbling Hound or imperfect hcming and when it iis entirely closed dcafiifM ill the result and unlcMI the iiilliijiiiiirttion can be taken out nnd tins tube icstinxd to its normnl eon dition hctirinc will II destroyed forever nine takes out of ten ate CUIINCII by catarrh which is nolhinit hilt an inflamed condition of the duteous KiirfniTH- Vc will jive One lluiulrcd Dollars for any none of Diiifiipvs caused by cntarrh that ciiiinot bo cure by HullH Cntuiih Cure Send for circulars fnc- K 1 Cheney S Co Toledo 0 Sold by Driggist I 7tt halls Tastily fills are the best Smne housewives nre so buts they seem be trying to create the atmosphere of 110 by agitation on till principle of a vcn tiluting npparalitH Detroit Journal Iu California Mention is called to the excellent nerv ire of the NorthWestern Line to Califor lIlt anti tilt favorable Intel which have brew made lot single thud roundtrip tick ets for tins seasons travel Hoot uccoia moiliitioiiH III hrstclas or tourist sleeping tars which run through every day III the year Personallyconducted tourist ear parties every week to California and Oregon IChoice of a large number of different routes without etru charge Particulars cheerfully given upon appli ration to agents Chicago fi NortnWestern Itor connecting tins Folks tint insists on habbin tar own way said Inele Khea runs a good deal o risk in not habbin1 no one ter blame Whet hugs pots wrong Washington Star Tn Cure n Cold IIn Otic liny Take IrfiXHtive llmmo Quinine Tablets All druggist refund nwoeyif it falls to curi5e- Not every boy who has his picture taken holding a liddlccani play Washington lIn1 Democrat 1 nm entirely cured of hemorrhage of CIIIIIIIIIIIJlliollI III 1llllI1othId Surely the heAt thing out in St Jacobs Oil for Hhcumatism The WIH I her prognimtientor in hiiiiHclf I- tltOIIIIlelltlII A W Htillutin Cnrit work StilT and wore from cold f Use St JaioliH Oil work tomorrow A package in usually tone up well for an oxpriM purpoM1 Uolden Dayn Keen on null learn tthe best cure for Neuralgia IIH St Jambs Oil STORIES OF RELIEF Two Lottors to Mrs Pinkhnm IIlrs JOHN WiiLiAtR Engllfihtown N J writes II DKAU SIiw IINKIIAM I cannot bo gin to tell you how I suffered before talng our remedies 1 was KO wenlc that 1 could hardly walk across the floor without falling Iliad womb trouble and such n bearingdown feeling also Buffered with my Imclc nail limbs pain in womb inflammation of the bladder piles and indigestion Before 1 had taken one bottle of Lydia H PiukhatuH Vegetable Compound I felt a great deal better and after taping two and one half bottles and half a box of your Liver Tills I was curcd If more would take your medicine they would not have to suffer so much Mrs JoHirn IBTRIIBOX 513 East St Warren Pn writes DKAU MILL lI KIJA311 havo Buffered with womb trouble over fifteen years 1 had inflammation enlarged mcnt and displacement of tho womb I lead tho backache constantly also headache and was no dizzy I had heart trouble it seemed as though my heart waa in my throat at times chok lug me I could not walk around and I could not Ito down for then my heart would beat so fast I would feel as though I was smothering I had to sit up in bed nights in order to breathe I was GO weak I conld not do any thingI have now taken several bot tles of Lydia 13 Pinlchams Vegetable Compound and used three pack ages of Sanutivo Wash and eta say I am perfectly cured I do not think I could have lived long if Mrs Pink hams medIcine had not helped me 1 Slop jl Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritable Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Ceasetearing your throat J and lungs in this way Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to- heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it I- nAgers cberrgpeCIOrili From the first dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling in the throat ceases the spasm weak ens the cough disap pears Do not wait for pneumonia and con sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Aycrs Cherry Pectoral Plaster should be overthelungsofeveryl1er I son troubled with a cough Write tothe Doctor Vmmnl opportunities n t tong fiX prrlonco eminentlr mullfj in for pIg vou iiuillcal advice Wrttn rrcoI All thnlarUCIIIArllli onressr roll ut bas burn with our 1hsrrrictweL You ell trrrlro a iroinpt reply without Coil Addressflit J O A TEll Lowell HIM 1 5HOOTWINCHESTER JMpEfoi e5tIOT SUN SIIELLS USED BVALL TNE tAMPiON SHOTS Intc Jfm MMt CMA POSTAL WD rents fxcc IUUSTRATID Qjnuxue 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tbli paper + w rt awrw wv f rrr THE MORE YOU SAY THE LESS PEOPLE REMEMBER ONEtWORD WITH Y- OUSAPOLIOL 7 Ii t y j tIf- j I u n l n THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor cr in HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 15 1898 of FOR GOVERNOR Pu VAT HARDIN to OF IIAUUODSDURO + nnOUnClement + 0nlrear Ileprciontntlvo Vfo lire Authorized to announce J08KPII P ROSE of Lacy creek Wolto county in n candidate for representative in the next General Assembly from the counties of Wolfo and Morgan subject to action of the Democratic pariFIor Htntn Aitilltor We are authorized to announce JOHN n CIIENAULT of Madison county IIH u can didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dciuocrutiu convention in 1809 LET THEM COME HOME Two of Our Formor Citizens Appeal to Tliolr Friends to Do What Thoy Canto have Thom Mustered O- utANNiHroN1ce4 1808 Dear Editor 1 take tho limo I and pleasure of writing to you in regard to our going mustered out If you will bo so kind an to give 1110 space please give my regards to my old Wolfo county friends I Toll thorn that I would like to ho back in old Kentucky to sue them allMr Cooper if you can do anything i to hull us 101m nuiBlornd out would you be so kind as 10t use your iniluwnco with tho impor tant neon of KontuokyI Wo hmo nothing to do but lay in out dirty campa We thought wo wuu11 ItI to go to the front and see service Hut as thorn have IMMMI many dis appointments wo would like to uome homo AH tho majority of tho mon urn married thy cant support their fnmiliti hare They would rather heat homo with their I fc wives told work at M cents a day than ho hero and live the way wo havo to- You I write to W 0 Hradloy and J rile him to hull us to got out as thoro is nothing fur UM to do Al I though wo urn in very good health 1 horn itt in vory cold ItI iis snowing today hut we have very comforta blo touts and good stoves to I1mI by and very good beds to lie on Hut nothing like home 1 am very well satisfied myself but thoro 110II loamy who aro not anti they want f to got out So if you will do thisI you will ho remembered heron ftor Mr Cooper I want to subscribe for your paper and have it sent toI mo hotx Sued mo ono copy and toll me tho price and 1 will lake your paper for one year Hoping to hear from you HOUIIt I will mm close Yours truly cAN DnwII ANNISTON ALA Doc tt 1808 I Pear Bro Cooper Will you I please send mo a copy of Tint 111mII AW containing my letter of recent unto By tho Ivaytto are unanimous in wanting to Jut out of tho ser CI vieD I have written Kitzpatrick 1 to that effect and wish you would do tho same LottorH aro going out from horo to nil mon who are thought to havo intluoneo with thu administration asking for our dis charge I You can say in Tin HKHAID thntII it is tho universal dosiro of thoJJ regiment to got out of service and if thoro is any possibility wo are going out Do all you can for us Y6urs c i v W T N otU1JJ 2 V V Valuablo Property rot Solo J Residence in Mnchostor 11 I rooms lot 00x210 in best part oftt town stable ito Magnificent property Price 5500 Address or call on T M Morrow Winches t tor or JncksonCN L Wares sale of household goods will occur Doo 1715S be i gining at 1 p m Tho host cook ing stave wood or coal over rondo will bo sold Every article in tho houso uxcopt wearing apparol mind bod clothes will bo soldt f What do 1 four T la a qucstioi worth asking by each man or womni Perhaps without recognizing it the rend of this paragraph is being Influenced bis or her daily life by grouudle fears that are ruinous to character rig Cosmopolitan Mngazino has taken up this subject and iis obtaining time view n great many prominent people wherE they are willing to open their mind frankly A great many other prominent peoplo havo refused The Cosmopolitan request being afraid to tell time publi what they fear perhnps even afrni confess to themselves what they fear The December issue includes stati menu from Wm Dean Howells llicliur Crokcr Admiral Ghcrardi Chauncey M Depew Viola Allen MUle Junuusche Ella Wheeler Wilcox Tho sccon series will it iis promised be even more Interesting Cincinnati Livo Stock Market The Cincinnati Livo Stock Record of gives tho following as tho bellt prices for that day No choice cattlo on tho market toda Top prico for those on sale S105 Top price for calves 725 Top price of light hogs 325 hcavj IIrBCllt sheep brought 100 Hcst lambs brought 525 Tho above wero actual sales but it should bo borne in mind that they repro sent tho best of their dim on tho market that day Inn HKIIAIU will each week givo tho beet Males of tho Friday befor which is alone worth tho prico of the paper NOW is tho timo to Hubserib The Laborer Is Worthy Ills Hire Thankful to tho people of this IIlIlltlw surrounding communityi for their liberal patronage ninco I have been a pruiticin physician at Hazel Green I wish to sa- to those who huvo paid 1110 that I 11111 ready to answer any or all profession coons night or day and will bake plague in dniogHo nut to those who hn1 never paid 1110 anything I desire tClllny that 1 will take it as u special favor iiif von will payme at least a part of in lull or else employ some other phys io eian for I cannot thud to practice for you any mow on promise Now if yo dont menu to pray mo what you owl mi for my sake stud the sake of my childre dont send after me With respect to nil A C NICKIXI M D On Thursday night tho 22nd inst nt tho academy four young men will lie bate tho question That United State bVnatorrt and Supremo nudges should 1hu ulocted by the popular vote Curti Ito o and Hood Vaughn wilt allirm millI John Itnys and Sam Nickell will dory Uomo out and hear these young mot They will certainly entertain and in Uruct besides you owe it to tho acttdt my to attend any public cntcrttihimcii it may give Moody Lacy who left hero on Monda neck to join tho lTnited States army iiiil member of Co L Twentyhoeond in Ltntry Bud stationed at Kurt Crook With his many friends we join ill tho wish that he may have continunn and health bo always happy and return homo a hero upon whom honor lavo been heaped 1 SAll soldier who subscribe for Tin HiniAin will bo tented to this same wish Since our friend Taylor Johnson got nix name in big typo through hit getter sity ho has grown to bo nn expansion st In some respects at least Henn iieratt says that Taylor is circulating a ictition asking our prospective npr llI alive Hon Joseph P Hose to intro lace n bill tanking tho year contain 11 nonths so an to save interest Also An act to amend an net relating to saw riars etc etc A pet pup belonging to Miss LSlli Jvans developed some peculiar traits on Sunday lust l y snapping and biting al things genorally and as it was bitten row weeks since by n dog thought to hive beenIImld mill subsequently killed it is feared this nay prove a case of hydrophobia John Evans and Will Plcratt are touring tho surrouning country together the ormcr for the Louisville Tin maid Sloe company anti the latter as solicitor for p A Lyon Jr of Ueattyville the lend illj insurance agent of Eastern Ken ucky Mort Swnngo mill Mart Iieratt have ormcd a partnership for the purpose of arrying out a logging contract on the tamper branch mill it is said by more or less reliable parties that the joint cap itnl invested is 15 cents TO cults A COIU IS oat 1 Y- Tlke Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druegists refund money if it foils to urci 25o Tho genuine has L 0 Q on ich tablet ARE YOU A An old adsgo reads There Is a ttt for everything and for everything In Its place tho LOUISVILLE hould find a place In the homo of every DEMOCRAT In tho SUNNY SOUTH The Dispatch is tho peoples paper owned by the people and Is always ready to fight for tho cause of the people IT STANDS SQtAHKM ON TilE CHICAGO ILAT FUUM without the aid or consent of Gold UUK Monopolies and a fair ison of UH news service now being thlII nished over Kascd wires by tho New Sun tho Chicago Inter Ocean and Northern Press Association with that any other paper will fully verify Its Motto If you see it In the Dispatch Its BO and It Its so It Is always In the Dis patchThe Dispatch also has a staff of over 300 active correspondents In the South and Will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of any other Louisville paper Get the Dispatch It gives the news and tells tho 1truthDally 8 pages Sunday 24 pages Weekly 8 pages We club with the Weekly Dispatch at tho remarkably low prico of S100 a Yoar for Both PallorsII FOR A- UHfflSTMAS GIFT 1 I Ill JI I TPIE ThUMP walcpj Price 250 ES THE BESTII FOR TJI3 MONEY oA coinplotf stock of Ladies and Gon tlumcns Watchos500 to C500 and Upward FRED J HEINTZ Jeweler 135 E Main St near PostolHce LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 1lTEHrr U III CAPITA i 200yuo I citniuus 300ut 0 J ii WUHTAKH Irinidrnt G L IvlllKlATRItK Vic PnsMoin W W THOMSON Cashier o 1Vereslmetfullysolkit the iMislniSii ofmer chant Itiriuurs truilrn HIII business men itiuvmllv tIt roughntmt Eastern Kentucky A i Mieml ImnkiiiK business done Jive us n rhuiMi to send you II Imnk hook pay yet cheeks and lotus you inonoy whtll in need W w TlloMltiON Cashhcr r1 t- 34l t f f1i1 T l 11 EUC l fhqi Rnl WIXCIIKSTEIl KY N II WITHEKSPQOX Prcsiilpnt n D II UNTEU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits time accounts of mer chants farmers traders ami business men gmiurally throiifjhnut Eastern Kentucky and otters UN customers every facility and thti most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oetl8ly FOB SAtEDosirintr to close out my business at this place 1 oiler for sale all of my Blacksmith Carriage and Wi WoodWorkers Tools consisting of the latest models Also Ma terial and Supplies n grout variety and the best quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses I 5 nnlfertectlclass HUKCV sal1 Harness HOUSKIIOLD FOKNITlTftE Ac iTPartlcH In need of any of the above can snare bargains bv calling on JOHN II nOsE Hazel Green Ky J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale sal Retail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Real Estato cI Also President Hazel Green Fnir and Driving Park AssOCiation nnd tho Farmers Exchange J A 7JtAULDEE xc D Physician and Surgeon 1 1HAZEL GREEN KY 1f Surgery obstetrics a specialty Greatest Clothing SOII In the History of the Trade At Louis Gus Strous Lexingtons Leading Clothing House We are bally overstocked in every department Ve to sell you bargains when you want them and not when the season is over JUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT- at 99 cents A beautifull satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth 2500 at SlJSO 250 Boys All Wool Scotch Suits double breasted sixes 5 to 1G years worth 4at 2 a blue and black cheviots double breasted uptoRemember we have clouting for the Workingman gooistbutStrous Bros Fcchheimcr Keller Co and all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot afford tot miss this sale as you may never have another chance in your lifetime We are agents for Xewburgh XevcrRip Pants find will pie you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers worth1 l at 1I a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 att 1 a suit 100 doen Fancy Shirts made by Hutchinson Pierce Co at 7o cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 lib23 011 ell n lft01d to borrow money and pay inter SP cst to buy these goods at prices named LOUiS l CUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers dXmnuTHE GREAT NATIONALNEWSPAPER THEtll ZECORmfHER l 81001Both One Year for Only has tug AgrUnltnnil lUimrtinint of telI1gheJ THE l4isYr WEEKLY TRIBUNE2 merit nil important news of the Nation BB World cdiiiprilieiislvo and reliable market reports able editorials interesting short iistc ties heientifie and niocliiiuical iiifornintion illustrated liisliion articles liuinorous plel mires and is instriu ti e nod entprtaiiniig to every nieinbur of every faiuilv you nil the local news political and social ketf T H E H E RkL DFivesI i close touch with your neighbors and friends thu fern and in the village informs you as to local prices for farm products the cond tlon of crops and prospects for the year and is a bright newsy welcome and iudisf sable weekly visitor at your home and fireside t3TSend all orders to THE IIEKALD i l1tZ 1l i1 Ji XI GtO po rttUQ EOJioeer1JCiviland Chemical tJhusics and Pedagogy each of which lends to n degree Twentyeight Professors and assistants Laboratories amid museums largo and w equipped Connty appointees receive free tuition matriculation fuel and ligt mind room rent Traveling expenses also given to appointees who remain tueif collegiate year Hoard in dormitories 225 per week in private families 250 to 3 Hoard UD form hooks and yearFallSeptomberPreliminary SeptemberIurJAMES K PATTERSON Ph Df LL D President DAY AND SWANGO SPRING J TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR o 1 t 111 0 WISE 0It= Dont get possession of Swan go Springs until Dcccnlberts t rucstsL=m11 i- l anrsatst IIuthlon publication MEG1UMINB CO South Bend Indiana w a f Ii Ci f f E I I The Currency QuestionIaI l tt jjgf BANE Irlccw OF ENTERPRISEII Jlettyje1ldIe Go Iliuiil lu Jill 111 I ling prices Is the bane of enter e When prices tire fulling money or thetsloinXgntvitilltmbring profit to- rl 11jTO U tiuployed in the UIICIIr cslth its owner Is cerium to When prices tire foulingI debts tut absorbing the substance of rptople equities are being destroyer v heetotsltransferrcd debts owners iiJpu the price of a single commodity may- orT e fall it response to the varying 1IItlCIIIIIIestf chctS is sinking It Is IIIOIICJ which i pricing iiistniment that is bccome cunsequentlyticarwIIiehLip general must be given in exchange furs given amount of money The advocates of a gold standard and g volume conthn- y I contracting money arguniiiit that falling priers is l bybcall fretoiprior lr ither money centers eon tatkn large do moskls of idle money that cannot bed boned on good security at a low rate ifinterist They Insist that the pres tAte of large deposits in the banks at lie money centers is conclusive evi I ifuce that pietmtyof money exists they assert that it is because we hove h sore utunes than is demanded by the badness uf the country that these iirgc hoards accumulate in the money Kilters awaiting the cullof ersons 1 1rho require money for use in enter prise stud production In this connection attention is called o another state of fuels that always coexists with large deposits of idle notify in the banks at the money centers which is that labor is idle and the rants of the people are not supplied sad that times are very hard generally The advocates of gold contraction in list that the hard times cannot Ill ausnl I II scarcity of money when nocfy Is in nbundance in the banks III the money enters for which borrow Irs cania t be found at low rules of III rest The niser to the foregoing argu dent is that when the volume of money la a tintuil is diminishing changing the relation that exists between money bypricestad lower is time progresses that it is Impossible fur men of enterprise to em ploy money profitably in production that falling prices bring to enterprise disappointment air1 TOSS causing the multI plilOI I iOIl of bankrujiteies and riving iiisiiiiss men to the wall The tipericnee of a few years under fall inS prices with its carnival of hunk raptcy teaches men the haard of business entures puts a check upon tttcrprine end limits production to the Imperative demands of deify life With the progress of tins under a diminish lag more volume money must tend Ii- lDore ami more to acuumulatc in idle ho petlenreprices teaeles the people generally that to engage in active enterprise is to COurt loss and failure It njst lie borne in mind that the i Tan of business desiring to use money an only secure it from the banks by 1 positing n well seeured note obllgat s aS himself to return it to time hank in 1 t period of time varying from all to 10 aye He Invests the mosey in prop i try and commodities that are falling t n Price that will be worth less money iit t the time his obligation for the re lynient of the money matures than it nsat the Itime of the purchase There re In order to return the borrowed 10ney to the bank the burrower is r forced to suffer a loss Therefore it ii- that is ilK tinder emulations of a contracting rOletneof money and falling prices ex to tending over a period of years the greater the money contraction thwwater the hoards of idle money that t1- JlJuu accumulate at the money centers The contention is not made here that highprices tl aill Caller volume of money and lower lJlLees and 11tbeStliondeptndcnt upon v priees tithemaintaiaed holdednlThe progress of the world has been taie nt such times as money supply Iper nlllInhtgto coil forth all of euetltrrjt ertand f DIffailure or exhaustion of the mines theteneralh1 the activities of a people are onlyIII I trtedwhile they can be upheld by tll- ltrhllte l credit which la at such times and t I e platIpurpose of prol0elionfor a very few years at the end of which time the men who have creditbcc0tne ouoft thhcomesI depression Ilomesis nicer arrested waila nett I i fnllllllrpriceR1 rtlwhich it Is possible for enterprise tobe conducted without loss Again we are told that money iii inuresisI I money volume is di minishing and prices are falling bust pruhiamidmoney ut paying any interest on the money at pricessteady or slightly advancing ail the indentnndI rate of interest veryloThere is no place for idle money 1 peopletmoney equalize each other and the general volume of money makes the level of prices Stable nand vancing priers have never tailed to call into requisition all the money that could be found curd it will never fail to do so The normal business limit has never yet keen reached because as soon as mans necessities are supplied his evergrowing and neversatisfied de mands for luxuries call lulu activity the forces of n higher civilization The apparently1 strange paradox of large hoards of idle money in the banks at tic money centers while idle men cud women suffer for wages and1 bread is readily understood when we realie that money Ill II 11 othc employed in pro duction without loss to Its employers under the gold standard whleh has rut nil silver as a source of mowey supply and has in tS years doublet the value of gOI Silver KnightWatchman ARGUMENT FOR BIMETALLISM Illport of lime lrii liir nt tin Ml ill MltMVM rlllllt HllHlllrNH tiue of free Sllvtr The diRKMor of the mint nt Washington has just published a report of time world production of gold tad sil our fut 1SU7 which Is a complete trod unanswerable refutation of every re spectable argument that lots celllclII urged in favor of the single gold sllIl1lI aril As the director is an ullieer of the MeKiuley administration sad himself an advocate of the gold standard it cannot be claimed that his report is either biased or prejudiced III favor of blmetalism by his personal feelings anti yet if IIII had been the most ordeal free silver advocate in the world he could nut have uttered a more telling argument III tutor of the justice mind gOlld business sense of bimetallism Ills report shows first that the worlds production of gold and silver during the lust fiscal year was very nearly equal in coinage value namely i75bJsoi of gold and SG780IOU of i lverter 774500 less silver than gold I This effectually disposes of time silly stuck argument that the full in the price of silver is due to its overproduc tion The feet of the matter is that the two metals in comparative value of production are running right along together just a they have done since the dawn of civiliatlon stud that silver lass parted company with gold III value olelyon account of dishonest adverse legislation If the worlds whole output of sliver Coal li wire distributed equally among the people of the United States ulnae would give each one of them only about U3 How then can it be con sistently claimed that if we adopt the principle of free coinage we will be vamped with a thud of silver from the est of the world f Considering the lacts they actually exist it would be a very small flood and we would like see It begin at once Other nations need anti wool silver just as much nx do because it is the peoples money universal circulating medium and Consequently no country would burn my to spare for the load Kacii nn ion would he compelled to hold fast to l It could get to supply the actual iccessitles of its own people The total of silver in the United ates coinage value was 09037172 would give to each Inhabitant ho munificent sum of u very small ruction over OS cents The total production of both gold ml silver in the United States coinage value was S1S700017S or about ilGJ capita for our entire population In view of the foregoing can any aunt in his right mind claim that there bs any danger from ovcrproduc ion if we restore silver to its just and gal position Volley An Acljii tn1ilr Mtnmlnril Money the pricing instrument uist increase with population and dc iiind lu order to preserve equities in me contracts nUll be an honest stand of payment i fc NONREDEEMABLE MONEY Jur Klnnnclal Foundation Wit lieu ilvroil Slinky AVhni Sliver 11na Deutonetled Money may be divided Into two Masses primary and representative 11 h the term primary money is uieai money thut is not redeemable in nay Dther money It is endowed with legal tender qualities It is a thing of value It is the substance not the shadow It may be used to redeem other money out it is not redeemable itself It bears the same relation to a stable system of inancctlmt the foundation of a buUdln Joes io the superstructure It Is the foundation of the system upon which tu build representative money If so much representative Honey rests upon it that the realer of gravity falls without time base time whole system topples over reprrtfentutlve or credit money on tin IHM urn foundation advocate adding to the base A wise tuna in building look ifter the foundation This Is Ills first thought It Is of supreme importnuci iea absolutely essential in order to save a safe permanent building to have a foundation able to support It ao it is with the llnaclal system I It uiust be built from the bottom ip not front the top down In 18711 oiu ryasnakeii away It was stolen by u few andals during the night It mado tite base too narrow Instead of subtract ng we ought to helve added Our sys em would then nut be top h0avy eta iIt- s now The center of gravity woiilIII ye within the base nnd the angry waves it discontent would nut nllect It auies would not come If ro limy vould be of short duration Kvery thing would soon resume its norimi I condition and the people would hc prosperous and happy Hut time seen tins changed We have too little hlle Dui too much top We lack htJClIg tli When silver was demonctied omit italf tine foundation was dcttroycd Tile whole superstructure hams been wobbi ever since The representative inone R too heavy for the primary and lilt condition is unbealthfiil abnormal Ill restore healtbfulness to our llnan Mill system silver must be made pri iiuiry money It ought to be rcmonr tifd mad endowed wild full legal ten Jer power in the payment of sill debt It ought to be made as good as gold IIt rbould be taken from the top of the olumn stud placed nt the base this would give strength andI tone to the whole system It would double tire bust whereas before it was cut in two With both gold and silver as pri mar money the strength of the base iIii loiibled consequently it will supportt twice the representative either metal will alone For illustra lion say there is 0iHt0lU of gold in time United States Cold being the only primary mouey the only money that dues nut need to be redeemed U fol lows that giiuu000HU of lllIIIiC1I tilt Ire money nay be safely issued beeaust there Is a gold dollar behind each papei promise to pay a dollar ou demand When redeemed it may be reissued be oause the gold is still In existence will which to redeem it again fader om present system the Ililled States can not safely have out more promises tu pay dollars than it has dollar In gold lint under tit bimetallic plan take sil ver front the representative columii anti place it in the primary as It Will htfori February IS 1S73 it increases the bribi over ttiiSSUOiV0 which would give u Metallic basis of ti ISSSOOOUO An iqual amount of paper promises to pay money could be issued ou the coin which would give the people fSJJtiOOO JOB of a circulating medium Ibis would give a per capita circulation ot 1730 of gold and silver whereon there is now only aboutS 5 in actual money The treasury department claims there is a per capita circulation of SSr pi It counts gold silver mind paper as money which Iis wrong iold is time only mouey we have The greenback bears the Mime relation to time government ur to the people that a mans Iindividual note bears to himself it is not money It is a promise to pay money on demand it is not a part of his wealth It is an vidence of debt Silver Is not money in the estimation of some of our finan ciers It Is no morn than a piece of par tel It represents money gold It hulls a quasi position in our monetary system While time silver dollar bus never been redeemed In gold yet the treasury notes which are bused upon Million purchased by the government ire redeemed III gold It follows that It Iis onlyn question of time until time diver dollar itself will IK redeemed in cold if in the estimation of tile Kccrc nary of the treasury it is necessary to- to so to maintain the parity of the two metals John O Carlisle late secretary of theI treasury said this would be done f necessary and us there is no differ ease between the administration of William McKInley and Grover Clove land on the financial question the pre iiiniption is tint it will be done sooner or later This plan of redemption dc itroys silverI us primary money And f money based upon it is redeemed in Auld it is virtually equivalent to re leeming the dollar itself in gold Un ler the law the greenback is redeem iblu in coin but time treasury ofllcialx onstrue the word coin to mean gold Dr they virtually do the sauna thing In firing the creditor the option in which lied of money he will bo paid There IIn no authority for such a oonstru lon of the law however It la a plain perversion uf the word limit as long us our ofllclaln luck honesty to enforce the law aright the people will have to sufle Such conduct merits the severest cot demnntlon anti it is strange that any man who regards his oath of adieu whit do it REPUBLICAN ROT The ItlillculiiUM Ulnlmn Tint time Ai iiiliiUtriidnn OruiuiH Arc Now Ma kin ir One of the many discreditable elute acterlstlcrt of till republican puu tvIsits assumption titan the people of time rutted States are fools that they CUll be static to believe tint black is whit timid that they are Incapable of remem bering national events for a period of six or eight months together Ills characteristic has been exhibited In campaigns without number mind it iis particularly manifest in the one now Ili progress Kcpuhllcan orators and republleni newspapers nssert day after tiny that the war with Spain was a republleai war amt tint democratic success nt lire coming elections will be regarded as iU condemnation of that war The Intel llgence of the people in insulted by the assumption that they lave already forgotten till series of events lbcgliuiiiij with the destruction of the Maine am culminating in the congressional reso lutlon of April SI which inaugurate the war with Spain It was a republican war we are told lies anyone forgotten how week1 after week the republican house of repre xcntativcs cowering nuder the lash or Thomas H teed sill silent and supliu while Indignation of the nation was lit fever beat1 Has anyone forgotten Imo v the report of till Maine1 court of inquiry was withheld from congress upon om pretext or another while llauuaKlhtni and McCook oscillated between Wnl street and the white house Are the people of this country n mill tltudo of imbeciles that they are ex peetcd to Ignore history so recruit thai It Is in every minis mind republleai war Ask Hon Albert 1 Hopkins about tint hung In early April ho too be llcved It was to be a republican war Ho believed Ithat the speaker of the house of ICPIIIIIII t hIM wan repressi lug republican sentiment sad he or gum miizcd a revolt against that oMIcinl He tools his grievance to the white bouse and what he beard there caused himself and his followers to slink latch to the ra pi tot like so many whipped spaniels They did not even whimper from that time forward They bad Ills covered that so far as tin IIrllIIllIlMtrll Linn wns concerned It was not a re publican war filvc us 21 hours nnd weve got cm licked said Marcus A Haiina on thlI 17th of April Of whom was he speak illjlIf the Spaniards Xotatall The dictator of the republican party tin mentor of the president of the United States was referring to tams uiomborH of the house of representatives who were endeavoring to bring to a vote a resolution declaring war against the kingdom of Spain iIi was striving to avert suet a declaration and to the very last moment he struggled against it with all the power and I influence tin malt muster And yet it was a repub lican Will The republican president the republican speaker tIll republican eomjreHR the supreme boss of the re publican party mill working tooth and null for pence1 at any price yet six months later the American people sure calmly assured that It was a repub Venn all Indoiibtedly there wore republicans in congress who favored war whose wrath boiled within them nt the cow ardly and unpatriotic policy adopted by their party leaders lint hail It not been for the democrats in both IIOUKC who from first to last maintained the nations honor who with the saving remnant of patriotic republicans bado fair to beat time administration the speaker and the heavyjawed boss on their own ground there would have been no wnr at milk The Maine would still bo unavenged and Imam would bo raking in the profits from Spanish bonds Dragged by tine nape of the nock Kqucaliiig scratching nnd protesting Into n struggle for the preservation of the nations dignity and honor and yet n few short months Inter proclaiming from stump rind sanctum that it wan a republican vvnr- lFnttghlChleagnI Chronicle COMMENTS OF THE PRESS In 1R72 cotton brought 22 cents ni pound That was several years her fore Mark Haiina became such n con Iderable factor in politics St Louis tppublio The election of n democratic mn orlty in congress would ben great minis ortune indeed to the trusts monopolies mind Tborerusiingcoutbinea llii cola State JkLJjIBIUI Ohio republican bosses say if there are no democratic roorbacks till state vill indorse McKinlcyn administration There will be several democratic roor bneksJlnllIs City Times Whitewash is n good disinfect nnt Hut tint Alger commission now traveling from camp to camp IsI too late to save the lives of 2000 soldiers dead with neglect Columbus 0 Prcw IotlS A LITTLE NONSENSE Was there much damage to Ute It+ brary by flre1 Well alt the rare books are well done now Yonkeni Statesman EIlaI wouldnt marry the beat man that ever lived StellaOt course not Im engaged to hint my clf1ltUltaUllcle They say the sun never sets on the British empire Aunt Hannah Doesnt it now And we have such magnificent sunsets over lucrePucklacDo I know when you walk you move just like a poem1 She blushlllgAh do you really think BO lIcYes one foot always right betel the other Cleveland Lender Clashing Interests Alasl said she that our interest should Ho in dif ferent spheres None the less It was too true lIe was n baseball crank und she loved golf Cincinnati Kiiquirur What Else Could lie TiitttkMr- PittVItut do you think of time new tlourmtll trust1 Mr Pcun What do 1 think of the Hourmill trust It IK a grinding monopoly of course Pittsburgh ChronicleTelegraph Front His Point of VlewDal you rcc the story of that fellow with only JSOO who succeeded In falling for 10 0001 Sure What do you think of 111 Well r wouldnt like to do It myself but I would like to be able to 11- 0ItChlcngo Evading Post The Army 1oodlitiiv was time food asked time chairman of the In vestigation board Well replied tho onloer about the nearest thing I cnn compare it to 1 Is the stuff yon get to emit when your are camping out with a sun nier party Philadelphia North American Perry I wlsbt Id of paid stare at tentlon to this here war Wayworn What good would It do you I Perry lust this Id be goln around right now as a wounded soldier from Cub only I duiino which regiment to belong to It would be jilt my luck to Bantu one of them outfits that iivcr got away from home Cincinnati Kn qulrer THE FUTURE OF ALASKA Ulny lit NiipiHil of All lleaourom tutu J- Jhtll Thrown Away lilliv n i 1111 Oriinut Uudertlll present conditions when the semi otter are destroyed the fur seal herd etenuUitited time native tribes starved to death the salmon rivers depopulated the timber cut n till the placer gold fields worked out Alaska Is to be tin own away like o sucked orange Thre U no other pow slide end If we continue as we love be guru We are not In Alaska for 0111 health and when we can no longer exploit it we mummy as well abandon it Hut It may be argued that it will be n very costly thing to fouler nil vlaskns wideseparated resources and to give good government to nil her Kcattered villages and posts Further more till tints outlay Is repaid only by time enrichment of private corpora tions who with tho exception of the fur seal lessees pay no tribute to tin government Doubtlos this Iis true Oovernmcnl IsI n costly thing and Its benefits are unequally distributed Hut the cost would be lessl If we should treat other resources UK we have treated the fur seal To lease the salmon rivers nail to protect time lessees In their rights would be to Insure a steady and large Income to the government with greater profit to the salmon canneries thnn comes with time preneiit con fusion and IIndustrialI war lint admitting nil Ihle should count the cost before accepting colonies It IIn too late to do so when they leave been once annexed If we Minnot afford to watch them to corn for them to give them paternal rule when no other is possible we do wrong to hoist our flag over them Dovcrn mcnt by tho people is the ideal to bo reached in nil our possessions but there are races of men living under cur flag as yet incapable of recelvingii time townmeeting idea A race of chll ircn must bo treated as children n race of brigands ns brigands and whatever authority control either must have behind It the force of arms Alaska inns mantle individuals rich but the government has yet to get Its money bock nut whether coloniesaImy or not It in essential to the Integrity of time United States Itself that our control over thrin should not boa source of corruption and waste It nay be that time final loss of her colonies mismanaged for two centuries will murk the civil and moralLLiwakenlng of Spain Let ns hope that tIle event will not marl a civil and moral lapse In the nation which re ceives Spains bankrupt assetsDavideItarr Jordan In Atlantic Long on lUimrtfr- Tho Hired Help Say this here Ice fou liMo been leavln Iis live or ten omuls short every mornln- Tho Jccman Sure pts the birnirt glances of then lovely blue eyes that- melts it before I kin git to tho house Cincinnati Kiiqulmr Would Have llctii Iud OtlicrrrUc- He Miss Lncklone was certainly born with a silver spoon in her mduth She Well It must have been nblcnpoon or no one would have ate IUced Itoddand Ends t i- Sy tJ a- M p SCk ti Yfz H MONTHLY SUFFERING Thousands of women are troubled at monthly intervals with pales In the head back brcastn- shouIdersnidcn liipsand limbs But they need not suffer theca pains nrc symptoms of dangerouo derangements that can be corrected The men etnial function should operate painlessly Win 4 ofrdld makes menstruation painless and regular It puts the deli cate menstrual organs lin condi tion to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cnrltul will relieve her It costs fino at the drug store U todaydont you get a bottle For advice In cases requiring SflvingAdvloory Department the Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tcnn eeOeoa Mri nOZENA LEWI6 81lIwatwith terrible panne In mj head and back but hue been entlrily relined br Wino ol Cardul UN1i1rlllNOia o I jCQjrTo insure iiiHortiun ALLenures pondence must till in this office by Monday night of each week and that noiirby on Monday morninii 1 1SV11NGO SPHINOS SAYINGS Edward and Ciillio Cney are on the sick list i Anthony Iwe of sliver made a buvhlesi trip to this place last week Mrs W 1 Cecil and little daughter Fern of Virginia visited1 us last week t Mrs D H May of IIItyHlrnro accoin panted by Ktish Swanpo of this place visited relatives at Kwl last week Itov IL M Lee of Hazel ireen win in this vicinity list week making prepa rations about going to housekeeping i Quite n crowd of the young of tthis l place attended the basketsupper at the Presbyterian church in lliizel beer on Friday night last and report an enjoya tblotime n It May wile and daughter Illanchc A It Swntigo wife nod ton Oliver Mrs 11p Cecil and daughter torn all took dinner with II 11 Swango Saturday and those who took part enjoyed the rabbit hunt as well as the dinner Ice 12 Ixo Semi your laundry to the Winchester Power Laundry the best in the state n 1B Littoral Is IIgl lIt lit Hazel Green anti will call fur and deliver goods in town He will aUo forwnid all packa ges gent in from the conn try 27tf Dick Unroll of South Hazel Green k was taken suddenly ill Sunday afternoon 1 1butis some better at this writing I MORGAN COUNTY i o i MAYTOWN MISSIVES I The school at this place closed last Thursday Dec 8 with a large attendance Uncle Disk Holln one of our most I aged citizens delivered nn interesting address on Education which received n hearty applause Then Mr Neil one i of the trustees spoke n few words in i behalf of the success of this five months I and the untiring energy of the teacher I and her faithful worts Mrs Curtin Morton Picrnttnnd others spoke in glowing terms of the school A few of the class exercises were open for the audi ence and the little oral class did excellent work after which the average re ports of the classes were read The three highest per cents were given in each class the one receiving tho highest aver ago being awarded Longfellows Poems and a beautiful pen nod stuff Frank Young received an average of Ul percent the highest The district nil seem ed well pleased and they nil unite with one accord in saying that this year hits been one of their moat beneficial five months schools ever known in Maytown On Tuesday Dec 0 Miss Xclnin Jones celebrated her 10th birthday anniversary by entertaining Mlsswt1 Myrtle Williams Alice and Koxio Murphy Lizzie Wal ters Annie Mavens Maud Hlackwell Lizzlo and Lillio Henry Messrs Tom Henry blue Walters Edgar Cecil Kollie Williams unroll Nickell Morton Murphy and Garfield Walters with a nico supper and social All seemed to enjoy themselves and nt 12 oclock departed Quite a number of handsome presents were given to Miss Zclrnn who is ccrtnlnla very deserving young school teacher this being her first year of teaching Wo wish Miss Xclmii truly miiny more happy birthdays Hnrvo Nickell attended the basket supper at Hazel Green Friday night and reports an enjoyable time Jordan Wills went to Lacy creek last week MIZE MITES- J A Oldfieldsand sons hove returned front Mt Sterling Them will bo n Christmas tree at the Murphy school house Mrs Jell Couch of Long Drancli Iis still quite ill nt her homo Miss Mattie McGuire has been visiting her aunt Martha Ayers this week The ninny friends of Jim Lee Slioup were pleased to see him nt MizoI last week Elms Deltusk who him been in thin blue grass for sunlit time hay returned homeKelly Roc of Lee City closed his school at the Murphy school house on Friday Miss Sarah EllI II Vest iis quite iiii t thin hone of her brotherinlaw HU- ll irphy There will bo regular services at the Old Grassy church Sunday next Every body cordially invited t Joe Leo nod Curtis Oldficld of this place bought a fine yoke of cattle from Clay Rose of Leo City Lee Rose mail sister Mary accompan led by Misses Mary Hollo Ida and Joe II i I I newIWe bring to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLSt PinaJarHoneyiit Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes II The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhla rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to I SOLD DY coughI Sixes11MILIWApSOLLDJ PlneTerHoneytagrlpaerouaeooatWandcods t 7 weak I UIlP MroagMrt M A Metcalfe tedacab XT 41i t A f4 1- S L Oldfield attended the marriage of Miss Nannie lloso at Leo City last week John Fugato and wife have been visit i ig at Mize and left for home fcjanday evening much to the regret of their many friends Regardless of Age Tho kidneys are refpotwible for more sickness huHtring and deaths than any other organs of the body- A majority of the ills nfllictinp people today in traceable to kidney trouble It pervades all classes of society in all climate rejardle3 of age sex or condi tion Tho symptoms of kidney trouble sire unmistakable such as rheumatism neu might HlecphsHnesp pain or dull ache in the back a desire to urinate often day or night profuse or scanty supply trlcaeidorhrickdnsUlepooitin urine are signs of eingged kidneys cutting ptiUmied mull germ filled blood Some times the heart nets lJ Ily and tube casts v acting of the kidneys are found in the urine which if neglected will result in Hrights Disease thin most dangerous form of kidney trouble All these symptoms and conditions are promptly removed under Ithe iinfluence of Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot It has a worldwide reputation for its wonderfulI cures of the most distressing cases No one recd be Ipng withoutI it as it is so easy to get at any drug store at 50 cents or 1 You can have a sample dll1cover1Swampabout it both sent to you absolutely free by mail Send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Uingbampton N Y and kindly mention that you rend this liberal offer in the HAIU QIIRPX HIRAU Rev James H Wnllin will preach at the Hose Chapel on Lacy creek Sunday at 11 a m Everybody invit- edIcVIIaEC u A Book forYoung and Old I ffOURi SECURE Iii RECORD NERVOUS EsM 1870 1 BLOOD ki 250000 SKIN L lj DISEASED 1 PRIVATE 11 i j pISEASESCURED J n 250000 CU ED i MYnHFJP l1 Ibo you sinned 1 WAN ntalnrt nature 411NlL 6iuiIiti illilo nJtiitH wiro your ejvs opened to a1tjti 1 1 disease Virojmi runit Ihycubmv tjf fIIIIlolllIarojv ui u 115inn1 Youlnnw 11kIIlfII1ItSON Jf smtnrried1 nre you cnn1 1LIkii Iitinu in tlrllIIIl iIs uuarrlii n- fallurewith 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