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Bryan amp aiSn
Aia Auienee of' WJves aIdMoter
pealed to Them lir f1ielp.
The most unique feature of the cam
paign was thu speech of Mr. Bryan to
an audience ILde upl) exclusively of
womeni and presided over by a woman.
Two thousand wero present, and the
presiding ollicer was, Irs. Shaefer,
whose husband's father was the law
partner of tle u1omline's father. When
.\lr. Bryan arrived about 10 o'clock the
ladies aroso en Imasse, waved their
handkerchiefs and Ilags, clapped their
hands and called his name-in fact,
did everythingt men have done cxcept
give three choers and a tiger. Mlr.
Bryan res pk0oded to this g'reetinug as
" L.diesl this is ait novel experience,
no0t only niew inl that I amn unaccteloml
d to() resing ano aud iiec of ltdies
ertirely, but also new in that I have to
('m01pe)te' agaiz nz? another ' boy oratorl .
i1Uaughto and applase.) When I am
talkini, against older perlsoll.% I have
the zyin patily of the iothers : but
when 1 am11 talking against a younger
uersoln I i am afrtid that the imothers'
ypath y would go out to the smaller
of them. (Applause.) And I confess
that I eannot blame you, bLeause I felt
that, if I were judge, I would award
him thilt prize, even though I were a
contestant myself against him. I bu
lieve this is the fir st. political meeting
whero a canudidate has addressed ils
remarks to ladies entirely in th3 dis
cussion of ain econoie question, and
yet 1 offer no apolio.y.
" On the contrary. i deem it. not only
a great privilege but a great. honor.
My experielice teaches me that the
iotheri and the wife are inmportant
parts of the tam ily. (Applallse.) In
fact, I would rather have tle wife or
my side in the beginning of acampaign
than to have thu husband, if I could
only have one. (Apolause.) An i I
will tell You vly : Because if I hav
the wife I 111 almost sl!.e to have the
husband before the campal:ig is ,. r.
and if I only have the bush.un! I am
never sure of him. (Laughter ;:1nd ap
"A lady who was canvanin, dow!
in Nebraska thc. other d ;ave utter
rance to one of the best things wih l I
think this Campaign has erjoyed. Sihe
was canvassing and called at (allr hou e
to get some literature on tIe silver
que.,tion to circulate as she wn(t from11
plaeo to plac. aind while there e..
said that she had a brotler who wa- a.
gold man, without, old. ( Lag ter.,
She said she ouild understand how a
1111 cotld be a god man who had gob.,
but she Could only pitV the gold L.an
wh Io w t :) t)u, I grold . (A: pp!a s and. 111k
lau ht .' nd ouknoW, myl% friend",
that i!- the vo'iuliion in whi iCh a large
mi14jtii iIV of the -dri m0 en ai'C--gold
m11 11 Wit lot cld h. :,rd when yoil find
a 101(l mail withot ;:ol ou nnd one
whomu1 you Can l v, rt, h ~eee, while
the _,old stanidaroi i- good fir. a few in
thi.j couCntry. I be'reid stanlda'd I a
bad thing for th'e 'reat la- of the
ple,P. and the.-.n...w'...- rcau.
fact that. the. ag2.utents in behalif of
hi alli ::-' appealca~ to the hed and
the hiear'- of tue.. .\E~icanL pteople. and
the '~r'o'd t-nara ap:. nyt h
heat.toh.n . \ iaue
-ueh an''Ii' L'4ti *' U:. o eaa .-ige cth
tha intea d 0 '( .~ rU'..o i . O- ale, o
amc ':op tc e rr. li'&L'C 1. a : um l-:r
and: T. toesey IJ sii thiIi n a~eL. :i
t stllei (tu sthei andghean weLr.'
of iod iqu b UUestioi . d term~i ngit T -
iutin hae ot :tudled ntl th-re Ay.,
sm u~ygrt thhefunae. hrit yt ie
anyd whe~iin efe Inctn ipe aret ume v
tie. tuystiad, toand tevtandin..
ftdyingti) sin study ''i f~tciln i at
theyhv botnot 11udied i11t befre.Ay.
"'The goldl stanidard uueans dearer
mfoniey,and dlearermnoney means chieapi~r
pr1operty, and che0.1p p~'Jroperty means
hia rd tinies : hrd timiies mlens more1
peoplpe ouit of~ work, moe'n peop0le ('lt of
w~or i< mleans more'f' )1 pe- des titue L and' il
m~or' ~O!epeolest~ iute meansi1~ mor.: peo.
pl e de~sper ate: more peCopl!e desp'erate
means more crimi1nals.
"It hias been said( that wvomani is the(
consceec~e of thle 11human race, and I
I ndorse t he prloposi ion. I bel ive that
womf1i anlln gra&tsp the grPeat pinceiples
of juistice and cani detect right from
wrong. pr'obaly3 wvith more ecarn :-s
more quickly than men~l, becatuse they
arc not surrounded with si) many oIf toe
Influences wvh ich may prevent an un-l
derstanding of the truth of these (que15
tions. And I want to aplpeal to you
women, and you women who are inter
cstul in your sons and daughters, and
I want you to look well before you pass
your' itlluence (.n the side of a gold
standard, which may me~an mnore wealth
for the few, hut which miust moan more
povert-y andI mnisery for the many.
(Applause.) And remnembher this:
"' You can't live for1 yourselves alone;
you cant cont'ol theo destInIes of those
you love 'if you could( prov'ide against
all cantinogoncies of thel fut ure, you
might feel indi l'er'ent, hut, my fr'iends,
you cannot do It. There is onily one1
th ing~ that. Is auraO to be loft them
Jeave theml~ L'oodltO.'I ioenmen t, that in
stoad of givying fa vors to fewi, will pro
tect every' 0one in tbe L'nj')ymlent of
love of liberty andI pursulit of happi
nest', anud you have gitven to your ebil-.
dren2 the iebe st her1'i LII e. ( A pp1inu-m~(.)
The ci tlie. have not tel 2 the pinoch of t h-.
Igold Mand~(ard m-s qu'ielCay as5 thle Countr1y
hnc, an wII iben you~l. mother and111( wv' yes,
are ( enjoy ig th,'e omtf.rN of Ii fo, I want
you to iv l''' (ro momhieinis thloght t~o
the moltahe rs m I w ivye.' thriiough~Iouit this
land w"noe lov t'tha buen)0/l madtie hm-do-ICI
by the gold sLtadrd youI may r'ead Its
hiistorly, and you iil ind( thaIt the gold
standar'd nlevel' brought a ray of hope
1.1) those who sit in darkness ithe gold
standard never' gavo inspiration to
those who are downcaat.
Mr'. liryan Makes a Str'ong Spleecoh toI
the Laboring Men oh' the City-He
.Scores E~x-Senator Washburn.
Mayor Winston, who Is a native of,
Virginla, called the meeting to order!
at Convontion Hall, and introduvced,
.. Marchand, who presented to the
candidates an irkstand sixteen parts
silvor and one go)d on behalf of the
laboring men of Mlinneppoli. When
Mr. Bryan rose torcpsy agreat demon
stration oeclrired and throughout his
spech thero were freqient outbursts
Of alpplause. Mr. [leyan said :
" Beforo entering upon a discussion
of any question, I desire to express mny
appreciation of the kindly feeling
which has prompted the gift which has
been presented in your presence, and,
my friends, I ippri'sflate it all the more
because of th source from which it
cones. (Applause.) When I was down
in St. I 9u is, the horse-slhoord present
ed me with a silver horse-shoe, which
Iyromised to hang above one of the
hite House doors if I am elected.
(Great applause and cries of " You will
hang it there, all right ") Over at St.
PaIlt, th laboring men )preselnted it:
with a gold pen in a silver holdor, with
the Instruction thatt I was to use it inl
sigiing the Flree Coilnag e bill which
will come to tue if I at elected. (Great
" And vow, to-night, the laboriig
men of tlis city have been thoughtful
enough to provide fue with a beautiful
inkstand. which I, also a part of tle
necessary outlit. (Applau.e.) Now
that I havet I'Cently received a penl
holder and an inkstand. and now that,
I have had for mtany years a willing
ness to itse them (mr the purpose desig
ttated, all I need is the ink to do the
work. (Great aplaUse and cries Of
" You'll get that ail right !") NIy
friends, as I remttarked in St. Paul, I
w uld not favor the free Col inaige of
silver did I not beli, e that it wotild
be for the boz-t interests of those who
toil in this country." (Applaute.
" I have not belongtI t-hat cla s
knowndistinetively as %' srating meit be
Cause my profebsioll I ls been that of
a lawyer, but I have is'' qt taught to
believe that the l:gal professioi tutst
have somtethin tg to test e |N e as a founda
tion. Lawyers do not produce wealth
and uiless there is wetoh roduced a
lawyer will suliferi and'! I have btei
Irou ht up to believe that all the Class
es which rest upt 1 th 111 prolueers of
wealtith only prI)o:!pe'r we trhe produeic
Crs of wealth prfoSpler. Applautse.)
" And titrefor I amn ntot entrtily
utnseitisht whlen I dtikire auchi leg isla tion
as will enable them a h )ave 1 mo tha
enough to eat and drilk. I want them
io have snouighi to be t',mfortable, be'
Caus.. unrtil they produce. there is noth
ing to dist,ribut, and if thbey S'm pIy
producie withou t enjoymitl.!, you discour
Iage the production o! wealtia s() they
wi'ill eanse to prods utee. U reat appldause.)
I desire to thank tue laboriing men
for this tkein (If their upt and coll
lid(enis's, and I wantto )ay also hefore
proceeding futrtihe, I appreciate the
htonor that aIts been paid time tO- night
by these veteraits of thte wair. who have
marce lied as a body-guard. Great ap.
lause.) I wouoi not. receive the sut)
port of these soldiers if I thought that
their interests e .u d not be trusted in
thoze who believe in an American
:inaucial policy. 1 beilieve that the
interests of titse who fought thirty
es --3 1 ago that this tition might be
sne w i be -afe in the hands of tose
whto are ghting to-day that great
battle to (lettrmine whether this na
tion beinig one, is big enougli to attend
to its own butines. (Great applaute.,
'I n inform-d that tlte R-publi
c(as1 have (;ie:tbted in this city an
Csit'rill V.hicl \Is once pubished in
tle .maha Wor'.i-Herale. (Crics of
"-They have '' I was editor' of the
() ua&ha Wort'ld-lI etald for' two years,
but myI\ editorial work began about twvo
years after the puthieation sof that edi
torilal, whieb isu been eit'eulated. (Ap
slau-e,. andi ei .s of '" Anuother one
--\ird thto,: wh araie cir'culatin. that
, atorial k nsw t':at 1 ant not. res ponti'
5.e: f. F' it. t hat it wais imb1 ~lice be1fore
i wta, ai all cojnFn.etsd 'wilithi pa~per,
and tho,-. who l h ave .ircuitlateud hadl
r'ea-s'n to know~i F hat they ares chaintg~t
si bl. At'jpii i-s-.: AndI if theys' have
S tsnown it hlertetofore, t hey shal
kow it in this t' y now, and they vecn
rso. he fr'e. fom in riticism if they everct
u-t '' he-se. Graea:t applautsc.)
'"Te fact tha. the auttempit to use
aic s'-t'OrUii'I wec I did not write is
-u:1.e'ent pro(h' 'that thtey have nevers~i
b-e n ante to Ifind anything in the foutr
y.-ar.,. of my C n mresional life witich
the~y can '.--:.
In en~ ig over 'thle counittry I often ire.
s'..ve s t Vrs ai-- :n1 ime to answer qs-~
taon's. I doi ti., alway's pay at:tsrntion
to themi blesaLs.: I ds,iret to~ mtake my
oiwn sprS.elb in',tsead of having it (ott
lined fist mes !ty -omie one who mtay not
have as u innisiteorest int the caus s as
I have dauthtesr): bu t I received a let
ter' tolayv fi'r:n, so di tingub-hed a ctiti
zen that I thltink I atm justilled in mnak
i it sonmsi ef.e rnce to lt; I have tre=
eeli'sed a lette'r. dlated October 1:2th and
tigitn(I by W. D). Washburn. who Its,I
nudersitand., an ex-Senator from this
Stat' ( I is--en anat groans.) Now, my
ftri emis. ph- are refrain fromt any man i
f'staions of il! will. This is an educa
ttinal ('amlpaignt and those who advo
''nte frtee ri ver are pr'epar'ed to irueet
any3 argurantt.sli S -esentedJ~ by their' ad -
yer1'ar'is-. ( A ;pplause.) it the leitter'
he ask's ine et rtain q~uestins about tmry
vio tiand act iott in the I louse of Rep lre
senttati vets en the tarilT bilIl, foi' whtichi
I refer birn to the Congresional
R~ecordi., htt when he asks rne tol ('nter
inito a discutSsion of thte taiff quie..stiotn
I tell htiim therte is a (quiestiott be fore
thbe Amrnticatn people witich is far tmore
irntt anttt to the people. (Apla~luse.)
'Plhere is a quesstiott which cant ho set
tled now. tie taiif etnn be settledl any
t:une. (A pplause.) If he wanits inc to
d iscust taii , I tell im i to join wi th
mte it a pro'shibitory ditty ont foreignt
Iuii poLiei l Iies an bid then I will dIi i
cuss the r'eit of the decditle. (Great
itterilng.) Or if he is not willing to
dIiscrimtinatu against that for'eign prio'
dulet by a prohibitory duty, I will ask
himt to walt uintil hIt has settled the
tinoney' <piettion by inter'nationail agree
muent. (A pplause.) I ant not going to
discuss tlbc tar'iff question because i
am~u gointg to discutss thte ptaamount
iue sof thtis camtpaign, mnado so by
'i b0 1)0 poltical piarties and so contsidered~
by Republ icanst whto are afraid to dlis
eues it anld try to dliscutss the tar if
t'uerie is a Ipar't (If thtIs lott,'r w hich I
tthintk youi olug bit to heat' and I amt not
ItOh ng tol deny ystu any good thinig.
(L'uutr.) Hon says:
"T'1h audience will be composedl, I
9"ecsumite, veriy l argoly of labor'ing ittoit
andts wage~s ear'ners (If Ia Itigh ord'(et'
Tis i class (If ~tpps, like othter s domii
tated by3 I humian i'ea lshtness so fai' as
thtelir own initor'ost are' concerned, proh-lI
ably prefer to receive thteir wagos it
dollatrs .worth one hundred cents,
rathet' titan those worth only fifty-three
eehn." (Groans ) I shall take for' my
text the words "like others dominated1
by~ human selfishness so fat' as theu'
own interests tare csoncerned."
Laboring men, I want to ask you
why It Is that every goldbug says th~at,
you are selfish, and that you aro In
Iluenced by selfish considerations, wh llo
overy geldbutg pr'etendsl to bo a philan
throplst who eimply loves honest.
motney beeauso it will help other pee
p)io. ([Laugher adn cheoe.) I want
to know why it Is that these goldbugs
are eo sorry that everybody else will
be Influcoced by po:'sonal *Interests,
and so positive that personal Interest
cannotaffect them. (Applause.) Why
Is It ? I will toll you Wihy: it a nan
believeu a thing is good for himself,
and also good for othors, he will admit
Ibat it, is good fo: himself. (Cheerb.)
That is the rule that I lay down, and
you can examino it and apply it to
every-day life. You will find that men
never deny that a thing is good for
themselves if they also believo that It
is good for others. It is only when
they believe that they prospor by
others' ad vorsity that you liar themi
stan(ling up and denying that. they
have any pecuniary benefit. (Applause.)
Mr. l3ryan then spoke of the reasons
which laboring men, farmers and busi
nc.is men gave for wanting bi-metal
lism, compalr1ig their reatsions with
tho-o of the gold standard, and said:
l3ut there is anotIher thing I want
you to notice about M r. Wash burn's let
tor. I believe that Mr. Washburn is a
largo employer of labor. Now, if ho
is (lominated by sollishness, wby is he
worrying so muiebi about, having to pay
his labor in ,3:-cent dollars. (Ap
plause.) If his employees are so mich
afraid that they are going to siffer
personal loss because of free silver,
why docsn't iLr. Wash bunt rejoice, if
dominated lby hu iman sellishness.
(Laughter.) Oh, no, he desires to poso
before his employees as if ho was will
ing to deny hiiitcl f the advantago of
paying in cheap dollars in order that
his employees itay not lose by free
coinage. Wh Miat. reason ithave you to be
lieve that ht is less dom inated by
Ihumint an sellis1hnt ess than his employee" I
a . tir. Wash hurn complains of tho
\\ilson hill. I arrived late this after
111), and I received throulgh tile imtail,
or rat her in an en vielo!), an extract
froi a speech whii Ir. Wash burn
lelivered in the Senate of the United
States on I lie II Lt of .1 uly, 18U92. I have
ntot. bad ti ime to compare this speech
with tie record, and I tell you so be
c:itus I do ntot, use authorities gener
akily without comparing them and bo
ing sure that they are accurate. But
on tik occasion. I tlI you how I got
this tract, and I will read it, and if
\I r. Wash burin is in tho room1 I want
1h i to i say whether this is his speech
o, tiot., and if it is nlot, I will not ask
you to nieept it. Is Nir. Washburn in
the room ? (A. voico : "[e's dead.")
Now, I am in earnest in this matter
and I do not want to do any man all
injustice. I have asked if he is here
so that le Canl verify it now, and
have heard no response. If he is
not here, it cannot he verilled until I
am go:e, but I want to say to you that
if what I quote turns out not to be \Mr.
Wash butns speech, then I want to ask
You to wi'heraw It entirely and 1ot
consider it in connection with what I
have been saying. (Great cheering.)
In this extract I fiud that Mr. Wash
burn gives the price of wheat, begin
ning with 1865 and running down to
1890, and that lie uses these words:
"The hopes of the prod ucer have been
turned to ashes. The grait dealer, the
millor and tho business man have been
disappointed. Tie balance of triie in
favor of this country, that every One
looked forwar-d to with so mtuch assur
ance, nas been much below the general
estillte )obabbly from ieprec-iiation
of pric's in a:grieultLre and f.:w ex
ports, at least 200.000,000. Gold is still
leavin.g tle eoimtry and Ithere is h:t
1I1ttle lif or s pirit in general bu-ines,
a.u wi it the tar IT if I890, we lo nt
see better' times."
Now. if these words ar'e correet, thter
Se nator Wamshburtn tells you that thaere
was greneral iisappointment that the
tariitT of 1'Ji was not followed by bette,
tmes. (Applause and cheers.) Ant
aigain, he s-ai d: "Nl r. 1' res identt, tI
people of the couinttry wer~e startled, a,
twur counttry certainly waus, w h..n thi
statemetlnt was made ill an article in one
of the mtagaziunes a fewi weeks si 'e'
E~at one-half of the prope'rty ani
wealthI of this countr~y wereC imwneil b;
Mon persons."' And lbe says: " TI
nuilliontaires, the ten millionair'es, tha
foity mzilhionair'es, or the hundrecd mtil
I bmiairies. ahnitost without exception
havec ne ither created noir entrneid Lthei
wealth. The r'oyal road to weal th ha
been throi~ughl the illegitimate specul Ia
ion, stocik and gr'ain gamtbling, mnarke
work ing, rat iroad wrecking, trusts an'
the whole famlily' of iniquities thta
have been developing under tile ne
fa:'ious mthotlds, of the exchange o
tbhis cou ntry."
Now, my friends, if this Senator ex
presses htis al armu that hlal f the prop
erty of th is country was owned by 36,00(t
per'sonis and that the sem i-imtillionatires
alimost without exception, netithet
Ccated nior earned thteir~ wealt ani
thtat thet royal road to wealLth has beer
th rough iillegitLi mate speculatlion, stoels
andl grain gambtl)i ng, mar~iket wor'k ing
railroad wreck ing and the whole famiil3
of Iniqutities that have been devehopet
under the nefar'ious methlods of thc
uxchtanges of this country, ought the.
Senator' to bi) surpr'ised if we are
alarmed at thle same thtings that scared
him four years ago?
-" Cts ?" repluatedl .iario Louiso
Pool tol ai i nteriewer*i r'eien tly ; " I
never cared for' cats sinco as a Child I
was made Lito0 beieve that they would
Suck the breath of sleeping chiiilren.
I chierisht a grudge to this dlay against
t'he persoin who tolid such a tale to a
fanci fol clild(. Not that, I expeted ouri
mal teseo to suck my breath. Oh, no ; I
couldI take car'e of myself, asleep or
awvake, but from thto moment I knewv
that feline proelivity I sulYer'ed tortutres
lest the eat should get to my little sis
t r, live years my junior. I never' told
anyone woy I behaved so about, kitty,
bitt I k epit lhen shu ttun ider the sintk
amtong the kettles while I washed
dishes. I ..o a cat-proof place in the
barnpf w hero I i mprII'ibonled htera or I sat
with hetr on my lap. I always knew
where sihe was; only thus could I ho
sutre she couild not get to lmy sister
when shte bad gone to bned or whten she
had lie.- da:i ly napts. I tltbus acqubi 'ed a
repuiltat ionl a- Ilover oif eni t, but, I di int,
love tem, I ws .5ont1 L afial."
-'The Inter' State C2oimmece comn
nah~o iOm.re'ts the r'ailr'oad miileng.e of
the h i mti States amtl teirri tories ontI
.Iuno ii 15.~>, to htavie been I180,;:,-;
miles, thei inrtease fotr thte vem' htaviot
been I ,9 I mi les, ir I '0 p t cen t. 'fTh
Iincr'eaisi wasi conu11ned chi ~ily to) Ar'i
z/onai, Neow Nlei o , TPexaLs, Il'ennsyl3 Iva
nia, Nlonitari-i, NIlissour'i atI laine. TPhe
Solt LihI ha; eoased to ho thte .jii i;
li It of invti'stitlenitit ra iroti pirop
i l hiestoreol t o Nat itiaI '0Io0.
lug hair to i~tatita l eti. tbu tiori-rlhad sat is
tactory restttil l iusedt u h Vumlo~iliir; it will
irestiore. iiny hat otr heardtt to its nai uta i'oloi
in thre wee~ iks. Ifr it. idoes not lith e itr
yitiir moneyti, so yoii tiiki ito r'isks. lPeoplie
whit hitav e ever1 itri iii gie t i apse
one' tthair to tati iiral eolir, biy soii n< I Itwo.
cenlt stamits, to paty m'ostag~e, cit-., ito \ 'ilsont &
Co.. Niew Concr, n
'i'o eg h I icei Is t2.Tt 0- er itcka go. i i
take anyi iolor iti hahilark r in ii bro. weeks
t ion is sit tiri it t housa~tisi ati tising it. i
shr less, b t never fails. \Vh - tiln't. Iy
inoeybetudrbysellIIing Zulu 'ue fromt
housa tn houn e?
THE~ BNGTASur TIIufONR
Vict-or-ia's ReIgn o he Mo1st 1Nottable
t'OV n1tration aml Achievemntlls.
('ieun Victoria e ntered on Satua Qy
last upon the % !, of her iitUb
trious reign. It she rihlliti livo until
neXt Juno sho will have -.at lpon the
I1nglish t lhron1o for the grcatcsl period
of rule in aLl its history of nearly 3n1114
Centuties sintco William the Coiqueror.
Indeed, she may bo said already to
havo wielded an undisturbed scoptro
for a longer timo than any other of all
IEngland's thirty-five royal sovereigns.
Hot gr'andfather, George, the Third
"snufy old dromo from the Gormalln
hive," was King for t per-iod of nearly
sixty years, (dying only a few 111011ths3
sh1o't of the six"ieth isceision ao
niversary,) but ho had shown signs of
Illntal aberration only live years aftor
hlis accession, revealed inisainity in
disputably twenty-threo years later
than that., and after thi dentkh of his
beloved daughter, the 'rincess Amelia,
broke down completely and paussed the
last nino years of his kingship in the
double darkness of Insallity and blind
ness. (G;eorgo the Third may bo stid'
to have actually reigled only lifty-oneo
lBefore the t hiird of tile lRoyal Georges
only ono IMnglish sovereign had at
tatined to over a half century of rule.
ilery tile Th ird (131- 1272 ) at I'lanta
genet, had reigned about fifty-six
years. This Henry had boen only U
years old when crowned, and ho lived
to the ago of 65. George the Third
alsendeddutl the throne at 22, and lived to
beh 2. Queen Victoria succeedled her
uncle, King Williau, at the age of
Ml, anid iJ-JW 77 yeas' Old. Iing I1 mry
lil was an extremely w ,ak king ;
(.Oerge the Third, ia Illere echo of L'rl
Bute, lost America; \'ictoriia's reign,
however, has been one of almost un
paralleled greatness, if not also bril
Besides these three sovereigns, there
have been three other notably ong
lived 'lll )ulers-ladward Lli,
Illzae- ,- 4,,V .. :0sa onl
the throne lifty, forty-live aLl Wi, -
was during the zenith of Inglisi.
clivalry, wien the Black Prince malI1di.
inglishI arms famous at Cr'essy and
Poitiers. El izabeth'srl'eigl wasgloriliec:
by Shakeopeare. Henry V l's soldiers
fought in the War of tie . ose , and also
against J outof A re. low loug Charles
I Would have reigned can only be
gues--ed : he had beeln a king wenty
fourI years when beheaded.'
The shortest Einglish reign was that
of l1wAI rd V, Who WaS lrll'deed aftel'
reigling seventy-four days and who
was suc'ceeded by Richard It. I ),spite
his imny inatriomonial experimet.s,
that royal IBueheard, Henry V il,
reignoea for thirty-eight years. lent y
I, IIenry 11 and IEIdward I each reignel
thirty-five years : George 11 thirty
Queen Victoria is not only the sixth
and greatest ,oV, rin of the house of
13runswick, and thihty-fifth of the
rller.. of tll) wevell great Lugaiish dynli
sties, but she is also the fifth ruling
Queen of I'ogland. Sho has been
preceded by Mary !, who lost Calais
that " jewei of her crown :" the great
Illizabeth, Mary l1, who shared the
throlle' with William 111, and the good
Anne, who witnessed the union of
Iightndl and Scotland, and whoi has
given he)' namc to archlitectur'e as woil
ats to l itera'Itu re. [t is ai cuious coin-'
cidenice that thle three0 gr'eat per'iOds
ofi inglish literature should ho known
bv the Imoons of thlr'ee queens. The
illizab~ethanl era% outshines' the other
two, ats it, witnel0Sed tile birth of tile
nth t polii:trl gOave ..lory to drlamatlie
verse', Anne's i)F.' poet Oeveloped the
elass iLcal iine, all, \'o h l t's poets hiave
prod) Iucedl the grPeat, l''.gi is b1 mled i tativ..
A Splend Id Chlance toI Stock the
.Courll'y With a G~1amo ird'c.
Tlo the itoir oft The S'tate:
Ihre' y'ears a~go 1 purchasIlned of I".
A. Stuhlr, Il'ortlandul, OJ;regLon, a tiio
coc0k and two hb'ni .\onigolin orI
ICh inebe pheua-nints at a ('ost then of, $5
a pIece and expreessage on the ilt, $10).
They arivedLc~ in .\ay3, the 25th, the
partity havintg deLlatyed siipmeUnts in)
or'der to get tihe eggs. in consequnence
of tihe late shipiment,. I scure'd onily a
few voggs amId dril nort raiise anyl3 that
yeaIr. T1he nlext year the tvwo hens
a id 102L eggs, an av'e'rge oh $1 apiece;
one of thorm, thet youngerCi, laying 100,
il''om these I maliture'd ) ti ne bii'ds and11(
tiiurned out 15 of thleml, which ar'e no0w
reorJited br'eedling and doing well
nie.sts atnd young brioodls having been
seen by3 r'eSpionsibi!e farmers ar'oiuid.
The next y'ear' I lost all my hens1 flroim
ch oler'a cautsedr bly feediung shllis laid
by ohicoken hens wIth the dlisease, and
securedC~ only 0one settingt of eg'gs, from
whichl I :-ueceeed in rislin~ eigrit
phelca- ants fro:n tihemi thlis yearI. After
dIi:-tri1 u tn g abouit 150 eggs in several
coul)nti *s, I havre r'eared' atnd set free
4 2, wvhichl arie da]ily seen1 in thle pea
foIds at'Orid, anid if atllowed t o br'eedi
next year with thlose heratofore fi'eed
w 'ill suppl th 1,is sectLIon bounI)ti fully in
a few yearis.
The Mongolian pheltasant is the
fine.st gamiel bird on this continent,
gorgeous to lolok at, linerI in I Llo thn)
the quiail, very' hlardy and1( stands~ we'll
to the clog. it was sent, from Chiina
abou t 1 8'2 to the P ort,!and gun) anfd r'od
0(l)1 by3 te Urniteud States con:llA to
Shanghiai, and1( has overrun1ll the SI:tts
of Oregou and Washington. With
cluibs in Oeh county to r'epeait the ex
poi1menit made here, and with goodr~
game laws suchl as will 1no doubt ho0
paissedl by the nlext legislatur'e, it would
ie but ia few years5 until the Statte
wouil d swarmii with this grandest of
birds.(I They are not ars large ats tile
Enl'.rish mixture, but I tinkll ard~ mfore(
hardy, and~ certi.i'rl or'e prolitie. The11
cocks weigh three pounds(1 ando tinhellos
two pound1(1, the (cillommo~ n uil weighs
ha:r'1y b-il I a pound. 't'nrey are nlot
mbor'e dlllirult to r'ea~r thanl younig tur-"
keys an~d elcrnnand IL good pic~e if
I b'ehiton, Oet, I10, IiI('.
A D~andy Thing to Sell!
I have'e b een doinrg so we'll this s11ummner sell
hrre'ihinatrr~ i'rn slipprecrs thait I thinik it. 1s my
dlrut I r to el ir tieris ano u, it. I haive nolt matdo
ni. muchel ioe'y ias somie I roade abouit, bult I
liever in it l 'Ie'.s~ (lhan $., and oftenl (5 a daly:
ii IdilIr,' r rnn bre usxced as a fruit jar iiilcrr; ai
iiiranierr IL umn irel;: a sick r'oomn LI warmling panli,
rand al p'im rnrr'aluro. T[hose (eight diilfer. lit.
111, simke, Lt'elIpper lsuch aI 'lecessary airti
t'Ii .that1. It. sells iat near~lly every hrouse,
asit is sol rheap. Yonri cani get a samp le by
sr'ol irrrc.ars I curt.1i - '('lit stamps) to paly
irrlstage. (te.. Icr W. ii. Baird & Co.. 8tattioni A,
I' ieburgh Pa'.,andit hey wii nall ailouadipi
l'ir, mil u can drio ght to work. A ny3 one)
Lel umlke $ or'$iuidr i ~ lnywer. A R0IADosr.
T--lhe kl.g'ichl corttonl factory 1s
(orluph-t ie e xcept th fc loors and~l puitthor
Ir hr. i.IciInler'y, Lomo of which is or.
the ground, but tue mill will not be in
THE RESIGNATION OF MEXpON'
'I iim State Board of Control Iakes a
Teosporary Arrmagemii - ii,' l~s
pensmary 114 Still Doing 11u11nes.S
SWate bivra of coitvl met in
Columbia last wook to proceed with
the investigation concerning alloged
double dealing on the part of the State
dispensary oflicials. After a long and
exhaustivo examination, nothing was
devcloped, and now th'.e muatter rests
until thetl meeting of the Legislature
in Jnuary. Tho board mot the next
day to transact routine business and at
this meeting Liquor Commissioner
Mixson handed in nis resignation. His
letter to the board read as follows
To the State Board of Control :
It has been my dosiro for somo
months to resign my positlion as Stato
Com m issioner, blut on account of the
many rumors and slanderous reports
In circulation, I could not afford to do
io, preferring to wait an investigation
by your honorable board. You havo
L'onducte.Ld the investigation amnd have
Ixonerat.ed me fully 11foml any wrong
biloing and I now tender you this re
iignation to take etfect as soon as you
,entlemon can name my successor or
in any other manner rei eve me of the
I would be glad to havo you act at as
arly a time as you possibly can, but I
ont wish to embarrass you nor the
business in causing you to act hastily.
F. M. MIXSON.
The State board of control accepted
-ihe res'i.iation of Mr. Mixson and
~eIporarily liled the position by ap
pointing Col. John' T. Gaston, who has
been the superintendent. This action
was taken under the following resolu
tion which was unanimoutly adopted :
" li.solved, That as P. M. Mixson,
State Commissioner, has tendered his
resignation and it lats bOn accepted,
and a firthluer time is requi red to Make
a judicious selctiUon of hi1s suecsso', it
s tho zense of this board that, no ap
pointment of h1is Hucei:!sor be made at
this ti me, but that some person be deslg
nated to act as State Coin missioner and
1.0 discharge the duties of the oflice
until such apl))OiiitIlIt is made.
" Rtesolved, furtlbor. That---Is
herel' designated to int as State Comn
missioner and dischargo the duties of
the olfice, at a coipensation to be i x
ed by the board, until the appointment
of a successor to P. M. Mison."
Tnie baard then elected John T. Gis
ton, but they have not arranged for
his compe nsatioin.
There was some question raised as t)
the power of the board to Li 1 the Va
maney, but the A ttoriney Gene'al ad
vised them that they clearly had the
right. The delay in finally filling the
position was for reasons stated in the
Mr. T. M. Allen, of York, tendered
his resignation and asked for its immo
diate acceptanco, which was done.
The remaining members of the bos rd
regret very much to lose him. ie was
a vhiahe member ard the board only
hones tIhat his successor Will be as
Under the advice of the Attorney
Generai the Governor will appoint h is
successor Until the LVegislati-e Imeets.
'PThe apjloitment will be mriade before
the 1teXt Ileeting, in] order that the
l(ew mit Imiay be able to assist iin tlhe
selection of a successor to NIixson.
Who the ap~poinitee will be there is no
way of ascertaining at prIesent.
The Stato board of eon trol held a
final meeting on Saturday before ad
journment for the month. It was as
cortained that Mir. Gaston had beeni
selected as commissioner pro tom by
only~ one vote. It is hard to tell who
wvilt be Gol. Milxson's successor. Among
those whose names ,have been men
tio~ned iln coinnection wvith the p)osition
are I). A. G. Outzs. .Joain T1. 1 astemn.
the commisasioner pro temn. .1. 1i.
Clati'y, of Urangobu rg, l.t. M . Carroll,
of Y'ork. J. A. McDer'miott, oif H-orry,
andl S. W. Vaince, of Lamirens.
At the meeting on St urday morning
the board refused to ptermit the estab
lishnment of a dlispenmisary at O)lar in
B arnwellI Counity.
'There are sone ruimor's that two
more membhers of the State hoard may
resign in thle near futur: munder certain
circumstances. Mr. Nichoson, it is
under6tood, has been expeting to
hand in his resignation for somne -time,
but has lheld Oil for the good of the d Ia
Saturday afte'noon Col. Mixson paid
olf the emplioyees of the dispensary and
having gotten overything else in ord(er
before, Stepped'( forth an ordinary citi
zen. Cjol. Mixson seemed to be veryv
happy to lie rel ievedI of is iollicial
duties, in fact, he0 5o expressed himself
and sought several of his fiiends to be
congratulated thereon. He has said
nothing as to what ho intends to do.
The New Hook Spoon Freeo to All.
I re(')Il ini thei Chlrisiano Stniliard that Miss
give an elegaiiit, phitetl hook spoii, to anieii
sendmiuntg tier teni 2ent stampijs. I senit foir (onet
iinti l'-in iti. sil18 usi'iiI that i slimowetd It, to mny
oirder'is liii'r ite spooni. 'ho' hiook spoon is ai
d ish or eiookmiig veosselI, belingr behl in the place
biy a boo ik oni the back. 'The spoo~n Is some
tinug that,111)1 hoskleeers havie nueed~ everi
si IWe spuiis were I rsit iive'itet't. A 1ayot10 coiil
ge~ t a saml e spoon1 by3 sendling teni 2 -eit
starnp110 to .11 ss Fitz. 'This is ai splenid wily
to make ioney aioiid home.
ia t. .very' tr'uly, .JiEANNETTri S.
~--Tfho i-a'cky Mountaini News sums
upI the situation exactly. It says:
"I Mark H-ianna's confidence is based on
the power' of money. He lhas yet to
lear'n that in a time of great, national
peril the Amlerican peophle are not to)
b)o bought. Gold has its attractions,
but themre is amongi the comm~foni peo
plo a sentLimenut of d1uty and paitriotism,
which, w hen aroused, sweeps evei'y
thing before it, at the b'allot box. T1his
is the oase in thiis camipaign. The.l
soi'did maen of mu lions dloes not m'e
cognizo the <.xbiitence of such a feeling.
but it will make Mr. Bryan priesidecnt
of the United states."
Marry Tis Gi, Romlebodly!
I hamve bwemn readiitei in y'oimr ini eaot
severail men amnd womaniiin i.hiat ihave litenl v*E ry
I conieclded I wouuiIstt wviit ui iii run dio.
I thave worked ' dai) S anti have .Ntl tam irin
pen~ises. Ever'ybodyi3 Iidellyhlted t i4 t In- troai
andit I siltlone ulimiost evry mhiwe I show ii
ais meopmie Itink tie n' t ai i tiirdi ti e ith
out on (as05 ihiey 11 save I tiuh rifue l d tin:
imit don1i'i. burn1 11 theltihes. I know I nn
that io Fii g1ir 't A (in.\nmAe.t'''
Splendi li, my' gir l, apileiihd, you4 are it a ti-rne
f'ormatioii aunnin I hle setf hatintmg Iion by a
i'essing J. F.CA SiEY & CO., St. L~ouis, .\!o.
It seems11 to tbe a0 w muor, mas ever-y bodty sell
ing It wrItes In Its priuse.
--The w ifeoofiBooker T. Wash ington,
of the Tiuskogee (Ala ) Institute, is
Eloimng much to elevate the wvomhn of
heri rauie i I 189'. she began lier' iahlrs
In a sl h'by upper room, whore sho tan.'
alx otlber womflnl i )stl2ed watys ar/i
meant~s. Today03 !,a.--en t" a .weLkly "on
fior'ence of ov'eri 400 wi' :nmem. sor~; of (
thiem wval'g si) 8xwe nii Z aI' h. y" A-.
form the en ibircom, on-i 1,bo wl b -dr -l
borho' has01111 beeni olevA~h rad m-j
A Great Ohance to Make Money.
I want to tell you of my wondorful sucoess.
Being a poor girl and nlooding money tbadly, I
tried tilie D14sh Washer bitsittess andl hbvo
cleared *0 every montih. IL tis imioro money
t han i over had boforo and I ean't holp tolliig
yott ahout, for I believo any person va0n do as
well ast I havo If t boy only try. Dish Washers
Sell on sightt overy lady wants one. '3 lie
Moutiml City Dish Washer Co., St. Louis, No.,
will give youl till ioecessiry iistrulictions, so
y(ou (-till beg-Prin work fat 03404. 'l'hll Dish vash
er hilos splintlii work; .ott ein wash allod dry
114 dishes)) inl Iwo o'tr iibr1A mtuitalites witihouit
plit ting your hantils i t witter at all. Try
Ihis btisiness a1114 let us know how you site
ceud. -tMIl'zA IriT C,
-M's. Rebecca Keener, 8- ycars
old, residing near White Oak, P'a., has
never soon a locomotivo or train of
cars, although she can hear tho% wh istle
of the engino from her homo. Sh Is
an active waman, and does all the work
about her hone. She and her blitand
recently colobrated tho 60th auniver
sury of their marriage.
A Chance to Mako Money.
I live intde $10 0 cIlr m0oney in bdays aid
attenled to 11my, lousehold dities beskies, mill
I think tilis is doing splendid for i womnit un
expienli 'ed ill business. Atryone cap sell
witit-everyone wants to buy, aid every tlmily
wlnits it lish Washer. I don't canivaiss atl aill;
people comne or send for the Vasier, anid
evey, witsler that oes out, sells two or t i re
more, is I ho y t. work to perfection. You3
canl wish aInd dry t.he dishles ill Iwo miniu1 tes.
1 am31 going to iovoto my Whole time to this
luisnliess flow attdll( 11ill , 0re I caln clear $5,t1(10
t year' My sister and brother have startei in
busiiess i litire (lolig splondid. You nn get
complete instructioiis ind hundrells of test i
moi'l4s by addressing the liron City Diislh
Watshe Co., .iut ion A, Pit.tsbtirg, i'it., 111 if
1o <lon't 1tko lots if money it's your own
ault. Mrs. W. it.
To Introduco our furnituro buisj0s .
into overy comntnityo inl tle soth
ern States, and inl ort or to dto so in
the qu itckest time. havo concludel to
imiake soine very liberil offers in bed
room iltes to secure at Ileast, O(e
clistoler lit overy post-oilice ill 1
the uext 60 days. 'leuse readI' his
advertisemtent cairefully antilt .1d t
Once for on1e of o1r lieclial ll'rs.
tOuir great. otofer No. I coisist s of oe
slti oa k l)lcroom Sote with hirge
d(resser witil 20x24 bevel illrror., 11 i
bitrge Washlistanid, with dotible door
an1l dr11altwer, o liie foot Bledlstead fill
1 vititli. This sutite of furniiittire is
Vorth Inl 1y l'urnitire store not less '1
than $45. 1) not think for once thilt
it is a lit tle cheap s fite, or we assuire
yo)I it is not, but at large, fill-size
sinte( ila tonnytllnig on 1 le mliarket.
In orderto start t le sale of 1hese
sites anill to keepl 011r ml1en blisy aint
finl roduice our -buinless inl youl r neigh
ht 111l. we 11gree it ship onie sttel
oly ( to elcli shipping point ill the
- )ItIh 'or1) $15. v lien tile (ttsh coine
wit h lhe order. 'TI'3Is 111..vt 0'1'iiment))
wVill Ipossiily a 1pear twice inl t Ihis ll
!i4 1 *Ir ther iore il yotl are ilIterested,
eut this oli t 11ai1' ti iwith I i5 11313 1e
i'ul -Vill II ' S 'Ippeti( to yo 1. 11' (1 is
not jult Its repriesnlited you liay re
tir ilhe- su ite lit. our(1 x ) 3 1 n1d
O Wi 15 wtibre)i'tied to you. 0ur
'I it o taiing m"n y) s iliistria
Itions (it' rare ar ' itg too un i tho s e
Iit-ishing vioif s will be 4elt to youl upl
Sonl ap1plicattion, t
, Th'le mliuit atiove descvribed is a&seI
a j131lo b at ln and does4 not aplpearv inl (lt!
ctl ue ther(,el , it Is u1seless to
wri'e (or 1litistraitiols II tIls stlile,
A anl wh'itle -Ott 11.1- 4clhtying wri-tingI
F3411101' ne 0se 1111y get (th Ibr. in
V-0 atSSUre youk I halt weU \% Hi'mo si
u hil) 0n1 ill' il i y or neiIwbr im
lit i his price. AIterr ui oilo.ij: haiis bLeenii
- -11i inl theo ne-1 ighborood lte
i ill go 1 it 14-a. 41
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DO U3LC EDAILY
Roule oif the fam)ous "At tho4na Special,
be0 t een) N eow York, W ash ii: (in. . 411)rIo'
au.'l A hilnta. New Or:lean4s. Notlhwus,
Aliso (lie ". . A. 1.. E~xpress," Schedu1le ill
effe~ct A pr' ih. Ish;
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o . 10 N,:wL4':, T nral .peial.
Iss 6. I) laub'' 1 in.l Iw ush tlaiiper
an I'lIil [oi-se, be weer., t. ton.,
to W~hinina Ptllin -i Nlrsietwee -'
l'gcnt-nu aro:l ('intrion , 'pen at Por ,
Gone.a OII0O-> - 'Irhe.,, t. L ixres. SoI.
hotiands ill tie TI roes of Torttire.
roImipt, <dec sive m-1l ("11an tsave tie(
Many alrealy savei prove that thlere j
Are these the <lays tof reettom? i everv
bodyi out of bmoliage? Wohol 'tizwu1t, we
could aiswpr, Yes. everuboly's tre! !
hlt in tIlisenlig.h nttel 1 age huntIreds of
thouisands of illeln atru ill the 4u111telles : i
tyrant worse thian any in Iiistory, tiable :
fight. t heir way to liberty, iimpotent to break
Wlhen i.one the halbit gets its grip on a
man it diest1rov his lerve and will power
robs ill)o i. on, 111l rnan of deen .. ,]
li fe is sapip it 111u of lliim, his m1an bloost (ke
stroveti. li brain i eadened, and he be
colelt ac; t wtrVeCk ()f a ttl an--existele a liv
ing death, himiseilf al l bject of dhisglst in
stead o' liove an a!feot ion to t ilIse M l ho are
dear to him.
Is there 11o h1pe ? There is--eveni after
years of slavery a 01u3re witlout, failure
I ome anid he treated ain if ilit a week or
two yott (to nt like gaiiiing weight, feel
ng 1iew manly vigor .11i n:mkiig your
love( ones happy, yot van (1iit -tid there
will be no chiarge. No cure - No pay
HEXT M. PERRY, -'M. D.
pIEDMONr AKR LINE.
Condeneol Sehodito of l'nssouger Train.
Norhon t. l.12I
Sept. 20, 11190. 1t
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