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   Huntingdon Globe (Newspaper) - October 4, 1888, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania                                Journal VOL 45 HUNTINGDON PA THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1888 NO 24 Banking Business HPHE UNION BANK OF HCXT1XGDOX PA JAMES NORTH DAVID BAUlilCK E MSPEEK K ALLI5S LOVELL C C KOKTH Liability Discount tiny Tuesday A Geucra Buukiuj Business Transmuted Moucy received ou deposit subject to check uucl interest allowed on tituu deposits Drafts issued payable in ENGLAND IKE LAND SCOTLAND FUANCE and other European places Collections and other business entrusted to our cure will receive prompt Accounts solicited 15ian85 E K BALDUIGE Cashier T1UNTINGDON BANK JOHN H GLAZIEK Cashier No 301 Third St Huntingdon Pa 4fA regular banking business transacted Do posits received lnterot paid on Unit deposits Collections ruado on nil parts of tho word flis eounw dully Ample security for depos tors ana ATJrCMN DAYS creditors Nov MS THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF IICSTIXGDOX PA No 31 POWDER Absolutely Pure This powder never vanes A marvel ofpunty strength and whotesoniuness More economical than tinordinary kliulsnncl catinot be sold in com petition with the multitude oflmv testsliorl weight alum or phosphate onlv in ROYAL BUUNO IOWORP To IOC Wall Street N Y Ofcblvr A wenlth of bcnuty meets my eye Yellow and frtGii nnd brown nncl white lu one vnsl liluxe Dll My linppy The rich robed the ripening corn Bright colored wich September Fulfillment of llio farmers hope Aucl years desire Sweet iu he air nro joyous sounds Of birds und bee nnd runiiinj brook Aucl plenteous iriiits Imng ripeuiuj round Whereer I look The mellow splendor softly fulls On morning mistsnud evening dews And colors trees nml Dowers and clouds With Uio lisa ud hues WILLIAM DORKIS President S K BHTJMAKEK Cashier 1326 FEW St Pa Discount day Thursday Depositsi rticeh ed Col lections made at all principal points In the United States and Canada mlv M PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD On and after Sunday November 13th 18S7 train will run as follows EASTWARD 11 42 W 47 Ot 07 33 KM ffi 48 re 52 A M A M 11 00 7 UO PM A 8 40 It 20 5 28 elii 6 30 W 47 1 07 STAflOSS Philadelphia lUrrlsburg MIllllu Lcwlstown N Hamilton MM BO 0 004 25 3 15 UM IP M 3 20 10111 50 503 9 50 117 1 50Mount Unioui 1 OS a 3M 2 10 223 255 33 Mill Ardcuhelm W2j Huntingdon 12501320 JO AM 1010 U 10 851 HAT 0 drentniiiK coudn with silver I watch ye nulheriuj side hy side Like nnnies iu the solemn skies Iu stntely pride 1 lovo tlio troodo tlie charming woods Wlieu nutninii like n brunette Kulcs all below The soul of beauty hnnuts the heavens Xor liuves fur lonn HIR warm faced earthy And like a mother the kiud air To life tUM birth 031 SOO S 41 fS 00 8SCf7 58 8 20 7 87 o 2 S31 7 52 1717 215 f7 IS Altoona Accommodation East leaves Altopnn a m Blrmlnjtlmm 5SS Slioenberscr pruce Creek Bnrree rctcftburp 0 epruuu ocuufVi v 1 rii ffuiitingdon C3S Mill Creek Map Mt at HatrUbuy 11 U Ko Mt Union Tyrone Wnv Passeneer arrives at Huntingdon p m Philadelphia Express dally at 1014 p ra ar ving In Philadelphia ut 0 n m the above taoic stop only at stations where figures arc cvcn CHAS E TOGH J RWOOD 1O yon feel dull Innfruld lowBjilrlted life less nnd Inclescrllialily iniscniljlo both nliyal cnlly uiul mentally experience n sense of 1tillticss or blontlnir utter cntiii or ol cone ness or emptiness ol stomiieli In tho ntorn iiij tongue mated bitfw or hud taste in month liTCvtilur nppctite dlrainiSi Vreijiicnt hendaolics blurred oyesislit specks before tlio eves nervous prostration or ex haustion Irritability of temper hut Hushes nltorimtliiK with chilly slinrp bltiiii transient pains here nnd tliern cold feet drowsiness after mciiLi or disturbed and unrclrcshiiiKBleep ecmswnt tiidcsuribablo fooling of dread or of Impend luif enlninlty If you Imvonll or nny considorablo number of tlieso symptoms you nro miltorliifr from tlmt most common of Ameikiin iimiiiilles Bilious Pyspcpditi Or Torpid livur nssudutetJ with Dvspepsln or Indiwitinti The mow complicated your disease hns bceonip tho greater tliu number and rtiftrslty of symp toms No mutter what stirrc It hud renehccl Dr Picrcos Uoldoii 9Iclvnl Jmlscovwy will subduo Ir If takun ntenidlni to direc tions Cor a reasonable loiijili of thno If not cured complications multiply nnd Consump tion of the Lutifra Sitln Discuses Heart Dlseiiio Khouniatism Kidney Disenso or other pravo maladies aro quite liable to setIn and sooner or later Induce a fatal tcrmiimtlrw Dr Ciolloii IHodlcnl covory nets powerfully upon the Liver and that frrcut blondpurlfyliur orpin cleanses the system of all bloodtnititsnud Im purities from whatever cause iirblnir It Ig equally cllluncloiis lit actlntr upon tlio Kid neys nnd other excretory nrwuui cleanslntc itrciifrtticnliijT and lieiilini ihcir diseases As an nppetMiiy rcstnrativutoniv It promotes digestion and nutrition llieruhv luiildliifr up both llesh and strength n msilnrlal districts this wonderful medicine Inis jininert celehrltv in curinjr fever and ARUC CliIIlS and iever numb Ague nnd kindred discuses Dr Vlorcou Goldoa Dll covory CUBES ALL HUfflORS from a common Blotuli or Kruntlon to tho worst Scrofula Sidttheuin feversores Scaly or Itoush Skin In short all diseases caused by bad blood nro conquered by this powerful purifying nnd medi cine Great Kntinjr Ulcero rnpidly heal under Its benign influence hns It umnl But Death rides past uuou the And blows the rustling fcoldvu Iwiye They whirl nnd lull and rot and die And my heart jriuyis Farewell 0 autumn days farewell Ye 450 hut we sliull umet again As old frieiifls who are jiartid Joug By tho wild maiu C Foster prncticnl and sensible woman Some times I think she knows more than I know I told her that I would think abont her suggestion A wise mim will never seem to come into immediate accord with the opinions of his wife It is always best to hang back anJ pretend that you have a little sense of your own even though you know that you have not At 12 oclock that night us I wns closing my desk at the office prpnra tory to going home the managing editor of my paper said See here Dixon that report you wrote of the trouble up at theChrista bel mine was uncommonly well done and will be talked about tomorrow think I can get your salary raised on the strength of it In the menn Thats evident Ill keep me eyes on the other living skeletons andif I find the one who has my trousers Ill have them buck again by fair means or foul I kept n sharp lookout for lean men during the next week and was grati fied to discover that there were fifteen or twenty in the city as Jean as my sell but all of them were saved the humiliation of being informed by me that they were wearing my clothes a Their Fiist Appearance First saw makers anvil brought t America in 819 First almanac printed by Georgt Von Furbach in 1400 The first newspaper advertisement appeared in 1G52 Percussion arms were used in the United States Army in 1830 The first use of a locomotive in this KliOAD TOP RAILROAD On and Monday May U 18SS pas 4ongort ulns will arrive anU depart as follows NORTH Mult V M 6 33 645 6W 7 03 7 10 715 7 22 7 35 7 48 7 53 805 315 8 21 t 25 A M 825 8 35 941 8 51 STATlOJib Huntingdon MConncUstown Grafton Miirklesburg 9 00 Entrlkln 905 912 925 940 945 955 Beaver Cove Saxton KlrtulesDiug Hopewoll Cypher 10 08 jTatesvllle 10 17 IEverett 1020 IMt Dallas IBedford i f Lint V M 6 20 C 00 G 05 5 B5 6 45 5 S 6 32 5 20 5 OC 6 02 402 4 41 4 S3 4 30 KM 12 10 1202 11 08 1118 11 lO 11 80 11 28 11 15 11 i2 1057 1047 1033 1028 1025 BRANCH SOUTH NORTH STATIONS A M 0 35 Saxton 9 50 Coalmont 9 10 05 IIudlcy Exvfese V M 500 445 410 4 SO E GEO F GAGF General Manager AST UPOAD TOP RAILROAD bn and after Monday Jan 30th 1888 trains will tun as follows North wurd Southward g k M 100 1 13 121 i X 4 50 5 M 5 X L9 15 9 31 Cooks Rooky Rldgo M 4 1C 05 S 57 J M S 39 S27 8 111 S M 11 07 11 H 11 SO 11 30 5l 03 1C Springs If 3 30 7 I5 10 29 W 53 05 58 u o Mills Mount 1C 2 IS 1 M 9 25 9 0 uldus Sores and SwelVirits UlpJohiVDisease and Enlarged Glands Send ten cents In for a InrKO Treatise with colored plates on Shin Diseases or tlie Fame amount for n Treatise on Scrofulous Affections FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE Tliormtjclily clanso it by usdiifr Ir FIorcc CoMou ItXortlcnl IkiHcovcry nnd trood digestion a fair skin biioynnt spirits vital and bodily health will be established CONSUMPTION which IsScrofiiln IIIIIRV lanrresled nnd cured by this remedy If taken In tho earlier stages of tho disease From Its mar velous power over this terribly Iafal dintnsc when first altering this now worldtinned rem edy to the public Dr Iicrce thought seriously of cullltifr it his CONSUMPTION Cum but abandoned that name ns too restrictive for medicine which from Its wonderful com binntlqn of tonic or stronKthculiur alterative or bloodclennslntr antibilious pectoral nnd nutritive properties is unequaled not only M n remedy for Consumption but Cor all Chronic JMftcasuti ol tho Liver Blood and Lungs For Weak Lunss PnltHnff of nionrt Short ness of Urcnth tliroiiie Niisnl Catarrh liron clntis Asthma Severe Coughs and kindred altectlons It Is nn cllielent remedy Sold hy Urugryists at If 100 or Six Dottles fSf Send ten cents In atnmps for Dr book on Consumption Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Story of a Wedding Garment Those of my friends who know me well enough to forego all feelings of delicacy and reserve in the mutter often tell me Unit I am one of leanest young men they ever saw in their lives When I walk the streets I om grieved by the remarks ot a certain class of small boys who havo not had proper hcrae training These remarks ate of a comparative I being one object ol comparison and the lamp posts by which I um pass ing the other If I go ten blocks without hearing anything said about bean poles and living skeletons I am glad Being just six feet three in height does not add particularly to the beauty of my appearance Let no one suppose because 1 write so calmly of my leanness that I um not sensitive regarding it I nm Tho day I overheard a young lady say at a picnic that I Jooked like a bridge was tlie L day or my Jife To overcome as fur ns possible the grotesque appearance oaused by my excessive luck of Hesh I always wear heayyweight goods and no tailor ever secures my patronage who docs not thoroughly understand theart of padding 1confess to a certain degree of yanity regarding my personal ap pearance and when I made the bliss ful discovery that I was about to be married I gave no little thought to the appearance I should present on an occasion when more than at any time in my life so many persons would be gazing upon me I read books on etiquette to know if under any circumstances a man might properly be married with his how you that the paper appreciates good work1 As he spoke he handed me a crisp lew 850 bill He was rich the paper vas making a great dual of money andl ielt that I was not being paid us much as I earned so I took tlie money without any hesitation Fifty lolhir bills were very scarce at our loust and as I hurried home through he dark streets I fancied to myself ny wifes pride and pleasure when I should tell her of my good fortune on the morrow For perfect security I folded and re folded the bill until it was about an inch square and tucked it down into the watchpocket of my pantaloons a pocket I had never used before und one that few men clothed in their right minds ever use ut all Before morning I was awakened by a great fire in a distant part of the city and hastily donning an old suit that I kept for just such occasions I hurried out to get a good report ol the fire which happened to be of unusual magnitude We got out an extra and it was lute in tlie afternoon when I readied home again As I entered the house my wife held up a ten and a five dollar bill and said triumph antly There my Jear you have that much to pay on a suit that will do you some good You dont know what a manager youve married While you were away today I sponged brushed and gasolined your wedding suit until it looked almost as good as new and I carried it down to old Isaacs the secondhand and misfit anan and got iflfteen dollars for humiliation that might not perhaps counll3 W11S 1S29 huve been lessened by the offer of twenty five that I intended making for their return As the evening fur the wedding be fore referred to drew near our desire to attend it increased and at last I said to my wife I just canniitnflnrfl nffot TuJ dress suit that 1 might rv Mary Jane I vlsaid Boldly was tlie first time I had ever called her by her lull name and she turned as pale as I wns Did you Wary Jane Dixon laok carefully in all the pockets of that suit Why yes Tom she said reas not need again for ten years And Ill at homo forever and wear rags und tugs before Ill wear a hired suit But we can at least to the churoh It is to be a church wed ding you know and I can wear my ordinary business suit and overcoat to I dont find the man who lias my clothes But I did not find him and we went early down to the church that we might be first there and our lack of festive garments Jcds nuticetible it wasnt for Helen I wouldnt be heije at all I said as we silt in the churchawaiting the coming ol the bridal party I cannot endure Smythe He thinks himself vastly superior to me and makes me sck withhis talk about fashions and best society and all that It makes me somud to be told as I often am that he looks like me I know Im long and lank but he1 Shshsli whispered my wife theyre coming With such a flourish of trumpets I whispered in reply Down they canee in the broad cen ter aislefive bridesmaids with gor geousVpink and lavender and blue ami cream and cardinal trains five best men in ugly black and itist of nil Helen with yards and yards of whitesutin and tulle and laceandiSrnythe inI clutched at my wifes arm and almost shouted in her ear on my wedding suit as sure as youre a living woman Omnibuses were first introduced in New York in 1S30 Kerosene was first used for lighting purposes in First copper cent was coined in New Haven in 11587 The first glass factory in the Uniled The first printing press in tho United Stales was worked in 1G29 Glass windows were first introduced into England in the eighth century The first steam engine on this con tinent was brought from England in 1753 The first complete sewing machine was patented by Elias Howe Jr in 1846 The first attempt to manufacture in this country was made shortly alter the war of 1812 The first prayer book of Edward VI came into use by authority of Parliament on Whitsunday 1349 The first temperance society in this country was organized in Saratoga county N Y in March 1808 The first coach in Scotland was brought tlntlmr inISfil xvlioiv Mary came from France It belonged to Alexander Tord Suaton The first daily newspaper appeared in The first Harrison on Temperance Tho Republican Candidate Taking Ad vanced Ground 011 Quoktlou Following is an extract from an ad dress delivered by General Benjamin Harrison the Republican candidate President to his Indiana friends and neighbors at Danville on Novem ber 2JUi of hist year On the great question ol temper ance General Harrison said Another question that I want to talk about for a little while is what I ivill still call the temperance question though I notice that u distinguished of the Methodist Church South the other day down his way nive got past temperance and refused Mary Jane gave my arm an awful printed in the United States was published in Boston on September 25 1790 The manufacture of porcelain wns introduced into the Providence of Japan from China in und Hezin ware still beuia Chinese marks Tlie first Union flag wns unfurled on the 1st of January over the caniputCambridKe It had thirteen stripes of white and red and retuineii tlie English cross in one corner Country Courting sured In all of them I asked again Yes in all Im certain In that miserable wretched decep tive useless thing in the trousers called a watch pockec1 I Well I had a fiftydollar bill in the watch fob She burst into tears and sat down with her apron over her face I Express No 3 moving north leaves Kockhlll u arriving at Mt Union lit 1 pm Express No 4 moving south leaves Mt Uluon a a m arriving at Hockhlll nt p ra Jllxwl Kobertsdiila at IIO p ra ar clvlng at Mt Union r m Mixed N 10 leaves Mt Union at p ra ivr crlving at Robertsdule at KKi p in SHADE GAP Eastward Westward No 11 A M C 30 6 37 G 6 19 P M A 47 t 51 502 06 C 55 I 0 12 7 07j 5 241 7 IGl 5 3 I L Rocfchlll A Noli A M 10 ff Rock 9 25 Valley 9 lit I Shftdo Gap 9 15 I Starr 18 58 Goshorll 18 r 31 GiS c in C 13 5 oy c 0 51 5 Train No V tnovlnc cast leuves Koukhlll nt D ra Bhicklog 54 fodiir Hock 5 flj Locke Valley i OGshudeUapO W Starr 5 21 arriving atCioslioru Train No 1C mnvinpt west Icavu Coshorn at 5 12 pm Starr 5 01 Shaclu Gap C M Locke Valley li 19 Cedar Kock 0 13 BlackloR G 21 arriving at Kouklilll 0 23 p m Stations PA All kinds of CastiiiKH Geacrul nfiichiue Work Iron Pipe nucl SujiplicB apl5 ly Rupture cure guaranteed by Dr J B Mayer 831 Arch St Phila Pa Ease at once no operation or business delay Thousands cured Send for circulars isSSyr The Favorite Medicine for Throat nml Lung Diffi culties lias long boon and still is Ayers Cherry Pectoral It cures Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis and Asthma soothes irritation tho Larynx nnd Fauces strengthens tho Vocal Organs nlhiys soreness of tlio Luiigs prevents Consumption anil even in advanced stages oC that iliscaso relieves Coughing and induces Sleep Tlicro is uo other preparation Cor dis eases oC tho throat and lungs to bo com pared with this remedy wifq had a distressing coufth with pains iu the shlo ami bratist AVo tried various luodioiuos but none did hoi any good until 1 pot a bottlo ot Aycrtf Cherry Fuctoral which luis cured her A neighbor Jtrs OMeuu had tho measles and tho coufrh was relieved by tho uso dC Ayura Cherry 1outnral 1 havo no hesitation in rouomnioucling this Cough Medicine toQVCvy one Hortoti foreman Itoudliyht JMoiilllton Ark I liavo adlloted with asthma for forty Last sprius I was talcon with a violent conjh which thrcatenod to terminate my days Every one pvo nouucod mu iu consumption I dptor miuod to try Ayers Chorry Pectoral Its cilccts WITH magical I was immodi atcly relieved and continued to improve uiilil entirely C nil Cord Conn Six months ago I had a scvcvo hom ovrlingu oC tlio lunss brought ou by an iucussiint whiiih deprived mo ot sleep nnd rest I tried ynriotis reme dies but obtixinnd no relief until I bo fjftn to taku Ayers Cherry 1ectoral A fow bottles of thist medicino cured mo Mrs K Juburu 19 Second St Lowell Mass For children afllicted with colds couglis syro throat or croup I do not know of any remedy whioli will givo inoio speedy relief than Ayors Oharry Pectoral I havo found it also iuvalu abto in cases of IVhoopin Cough Ann Lovcjoy 12J7 Wushiiigtoii street Boston MUSH Ayerfs Cherry Pectoral rilElAKED EY Dr 0 C Aycr Co Lowell Mass SoW by nil Druggists olx SALESMEN to Cfinvnss for the sole of Nursery Stock Slcnly employment KUiirumml SALAItV AND KX 1liNsliS IAIU AinJy lit once staling ase Keler to this pnpcr Chase Brothers Company j uly 22 atQ B5OCIIEC T33S5 IT TT Subscribe for the UOBE overcoat and two suits of clothes on but to my distress iound this was allowable only iu cases of elopement and as my wife had set her heart on a church wedding with everybody in full dress I gradually forced myself into the conviction that the overcoat and one suit of clothes would have to be discarded A man of my build looks posi tiyely and irredeemably awful in the conventional clinging black light weight garments of which most suits are made When I see such a man thus arrayed I am really convinced that there is something in the Dai winian theory But as it hud to be so I wa married in the garments best calcu lated to make my attenuation glaring ly apparent My friends were kinc howeyer and said nothing to cast cloud on my but m j sister Nell She owed mo a grudg dating back to the dayspl pur child hood and as she put her arms aroun my neck and kissed me she whis pered in my ear Oh Tom you look awfully shoe stringy in that suit A separation of four years made i possible for me to speak to Nell whci we met again but I sometimes feai that we can never be the dear friends we once were After our marriage my wife and 1 wentimmediately to a far distant Western city in which we made our home I was too poor to throw 01 give away my detested wedding gar ments but I soon reduced them to a state of great shabbiness by wearing them under my overcoat when about my work as a reporter on a daily paper We were not society people arid I had no idea that I would ever again need a suit of that kind One cluy when I went home to dinner my wife said See here Tom its a shame for you to be wearing that handsome suit out in that way Dont you sup pose you could sell it and got some more suitable and cheaper garments for everyday wear I here take occasion to say that my wife is a very economical as well as a stalked into another room and banged the door very hard I opened it softly in less than three minutes and well we made it all upagain al though we were still very sober over our loss My wife said shf would do without a great many things that she never did do without and I tried to take an optimistic yiew of the affair and said meekly and untruthfully that I sup posed it was all for the best To make matters a little worse I drew from my pocket a large square ele gantlooking envelope and said to my wife And heres an invitation to the much talked of SmytheDurant wed ding next week and I really would like to go Ive known Helen Du rant all her life and I like her if I do despise that snob of a George Smythe she is going to Im so sorry snid my wife con tritely and here we might have gone as well as not if I hadnt sold your only black suit It did look real nice and quite as good as new I dare say by lamplight I could have worn niy wedding dress and we could have made a very decent appearance It is too bad She began crying again I said I would go away and never come back if she didnt stop Suddenly she iumned to her feet and said excited ly Why Tom how foolish wo are1 It isnt tit all likely that old Isaacs lias sold the suit yet and it may be that he hasnt Jooked in the pockets Let ushurry right clown to his store and buyit back We can toll him it was a mistake as it truly was Let us hurry right oft We reached the uninviting store ol 3 Isaacs dealer in secondhand and nisfit garments in about fifteen ninutcs but the suit wosgpne I haf just sold it no more as dree Tiinutes and a halluf ago It was not vorth much 1 makes me no money dot suit It yood not vit a man lot vays any ding at all I raced angrily out of the store Well I said as wo walked moodily otreward Im not the only hun red pound sixfooter in this town Homeward nfterthe ceremony I am Those were my cloth I would know those trousers if I saw them on a Hottentot Didnt you detect a faint odor ot gasoline as he went by our pew I did To think my dear that I cannot go to the most fashionable wedding of the season because the bridegroom has on my clothes But if I had gone hed have had to stay at home wouldnt he Lean as we are we couldnt both have worn those How perfectly ridiculous you are interrupted Mary Jane I dont feel at all sure that they were your clothes And if they were how are we going to get that fifty dollar bill out of that We didnt get it But they were mytdlbthes I gave old Isaacs a dollar for telling me that he had sold the suit to Smythe who had sworn Isaacsto secrecy on the subject He looked heartbroken and turned green l drives off when I told him about that fifty dol lar bill Eyery hid in tlie country no matter liow lowly his occupation may be or makes it n point to own aset of har ness itnd a bujfgy says the New York World This any way and il possi ble iv horse If he cant get the horse however it doesnt make so much difference for he can generally manage to In rrow an animal of some sort either from his employer or some neighboring fanner These things are absolutely essential to the kind ol courtinghe does and the only one who doesnt enjoy it is the horse When Saturday afternoon comes around the boys may be found hard at work with a bottle of harness polish making the horses apparel shine for the regular Sunday turnout And then a bucket of water and a sponge are brought into play and the bugjry is made to look as brightind clean as new Sunday afternoon everything is in readiness and decked out in his in temperance because they hud got y that Wlien you get past nce beware of intemperance yourself bejieve there is an authority which all our Methodist brethren recognize as well as we Presbyterians to the effect that we should be temperance in all things The apostle had not got past temperance Now what is this temperance or liquor question Primarily to me it is a question that takes on a broad aspect It is the question of the ab solute universal obcdirnce to law OR law by everybody Greatapplause That ia tlie first and broadest state ment of it I say absolute universal obedience to law us law without any reference to what I think or you think about the law PUBLIC ORDER IN PE1UL And yet when ihit very istue is made as n was made inour laot In dianapolis campaign when good citi zens are standing for law and order irrespective or party are combining to defeat the insolent attempt ol tho Liquor League to dominate our city politics and to reelect a man ns May or who had the courage to put work house sentences upon these liquor sellers when they persistently violated the law We found eome ucntlemcn of the sort who had got pnst temperance voting an independent ticket and so helping indirectly to elect a man who would have given a loose rein to Chairman of the Committee on Reso lutions a trumpet was sounded that will never call retreat LIQUOK 5KJyiNG THE LAW Why Simply for the reason T liayc already giyen the Liquor League is an organization framed to defy the law and therefore we are against it nnd it is against ug Ap plause And yet notwithstanding this and notwithstanding th fact that whenever you open the robe in which the Democratic Party masquerades you see some Liquor League boodle sticking out there are those who my friend the Methodist South have got past temper ance and are Third Party men who made the welkin ring with the cry Smash the Republican party Well Jiheij to druw Rc Bifore me today is a great body of Republicans young and old full of pride in the old puny we believe that it has under God wrought out the best things that were ever achieved by any political organization we believe that it has in it 3et high capacities and who are not amiably disposed anybody says Smash the Re publican pnrty Applause If you want to persuade us you will have to change that cry And what nextL Why do you want to smash the Re publican party Does the shield it carries cover the Liquor League No my countrymen Now henceforth if not before the shield it carries fronts the Liquor League and the point of its spear is toward that enemy of law and order TUl T Thank God tliere were not enough of them to succeed 1 1 dont impute ibis as the purpose at all of any of them but nevertheless the effect of withdrawing from this column ofthe order peoplo some votea tunt een necessary toipreyent the triumph of lawlessness witstojmt the cause of public order in peril My countrymen I believe that the question of enforcing the laws is as suming an importance now that it has never had before in our country We have been carelesn thoughtless is we saw violations of the law going on from day to dny but the Nation has been startled into a realization of the fact that its only safety the only anchor it has out on the side of social order and domestic pence is the enforcement of the law OBEDIKXCE TO LAW What was it that culminated Chicago less than two years ago on that day when tlie guardians of the law were butchered Where did this red flower find its seed It was as I believe in that defiant persistent best suit of clothes which sometimes fits him but more often doesnt lie ties a piece ol lirijjht ribbon on his whip climbs into the buggy and A Joka ou Prof Beimann I once had a singular experience he said while giving a performance at thehouse of the Governor of Mon tevideo in which I hud tables turned on me During ny performance i noticed three hulfdtivage Pulagoaianu standing aside from tlu restof the company and I at once determined to have some lun with them From the nOHe of the first 1 took an orange jruui the hair ul thu secund 1 tuuk a luiuiber of silver coins and the third was overpowered with terrorwhen J extracted a Jive rat from his nose Uttering a cry of Iright the Patagu nians While receiving tlie congratulations of the guests on the success of the entertainment i dis covered that my watch and chain purse eyeglasses and handkerchief missing In a short lime thu Palagohians returned und the one Jruui whose nose the rat hadbeen taken bunded iue tlie missing articles Ho hud picked my pocket at themo incut lie appeared to be overcome with Union A doctors bill is seldom less lhan live dollars and this doesnt include thecost of filling prescriptions One dollar purchases u bottle of Ayers Sarsapiirillawhich in nine cases out of ten is all the medical treatment needed Try it und saveyour mouey a rainy day May lie he has a friend from some other point stopping with him and in that case the friend goes along The latter is taken to some house along the route where there is a daughter in the family She is asked whether she expects any caller or not thnt even ing nnn if the answer be inthe nega tive the friend is introduced und left injure of tlie girl who treats him just as if they hud been lifelong friends and he in turn does his share towards carrying out the presump tion He takes tea with the family find thcii is escorted to the parlor when he nnd his newItiund acquaint ance are left alone to entertain each other as best they see fit In the meantime the hujrgy owner his diiven on U his destination His best girl welcomes him with open aims A hug a kiss and a howdoyt do comprise the salutatory and then he goes through the same course as tlie friend whom he has left behimf After tea he goes to the pirlor and hu ivnd the object of his admiration sit and chut together the whole night long This is a fnct and they dont situs city folks do either They huddle together on a lounge or solu und clnsped in cnch others arms sit und coo like a puir of turtle doyes No one is there to biirrass them The disturb or em old folks hnvi pone to bed and the youngsters are violation of law upon which we have so long looked indifferently The na tion is waking up My first proposi tion on the temperance question is that so long as the law is as it is whether you like it or I like it we shall still stand together nnd declare that the luw nhall be enfoiced Great applause I know there are some peo seem to me to be greatly say we dont care about the law being en forced we would rather have free whisky than taxed whisky we would rather he sale should be open und unrestrained would rather that the violations of or der might be and multi pliedbecause thereby we hope to n waken the people to a fuller reulizn tion of the evil of this thing nnd thus secure State prohibition I hope no here tunes that ground If you do youfiiul yourself in bud company and evil consequences following hard after you A FirtSTCJASS START Stand rather ns all good men must stand for tin rigid enforcement without fear or favor of every stutute upon the statute books That is a good start And when this principle is well established und you stand with us now for it we will stand with you when you get a law that suits you liUi iu iu ivn 111114 11 iu j i n ttiu lit 11 j alone in their glory For u lime they talk about crops nnd the weather und better and you will have a sentiment that will back it up but if you dont slatid with us now but encourage in any way directly or indirectly the spirit of lawlessness to what will you al when you get tho law you Why is it that we do not hear from our Prohibition friends the cry Smash the Democratic party Why is it when the campaign is on that the Democratic party newspaper becomes at the same time a Liquor League and a Third Party organ Simply because they hope thus to withdraw from the Republican party by this third party movement enough yoles to continue the Liquor League and the Democratic party in power They will have the spoils of oIHce und their shield will faithfully cover these violators of the Jaw I have said before and I say now that among this band of zealous Third Party workers for prohibition there are devoted faithful earnest men and women But my friends is it not a little hard when the Republican party has sounded thin note of defiance and boldly organized traffic that you affect so much to reprpbote nnd the Democratic party allied with it that we should hear the hoarse cry of the Liquor League in our front Smash tho Republican party and from the rear thoulc come also the piping cry of the Third Party Prohi bitionists answering like an acho to the hoarse cry in front Smash the Republican party Applause A They wont smash it worth a cent Senator Harrison No they wont Applause Because for one reason the great body of that groat pioneer nt Church of the West that paved the way for civilization and God in our woods aro unlike the bishop down j und have not got past temper ance Applause WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT What are wo going to do about it Well let us see We said in our Slato platform that we were in favor of clothing local communities with power to act upon this question There I stand for one day Applause I do not believe in State prohibition as the best method of dealing with this ques tion Ifyou do there is no reason why we should part today There is good work that wo can do together Applause The Republican party in the House of Representatives so far as it could kept the pledge of the platform Applause If you had helped us my Prohibition friends to make the Senate Republican that law would have been on the statutebook to day Applause i believe it is true and can be demonstrated to be true that if you had thrown your voles with us iirihe lust campaign such a result could havo been accomplished Is it not worth while to work together I believe that much depends upon the wise and thoughtful reconsideration of all these questions by the temper ance people of Indiana and if tiny shall wisely think upon them and wisely give their vote and influence to the party that has started boldly in the direction of temperance reform we shall certainly carry Indiana next ywir yi crops discuss the habits of some mutual cd and when they have The heart is a loom and it may weave whatever it pleases It may make life a continual progress toward triumph Want of good sense in the worst of poverty exhausted all subjects on which they find it easy to converse thcv dont go ahead and talk for the sake of saying something as city folks do but they remain silent and sit for hours hug ging and kissing each other until the break of day warns the youth that it is time for him to retire Then he gives his girl a parting kiss and hug another for good luck and takes his departure Subscribe for the I want to say this further There may have been a time in the when the Republican jjnrty ol Indiana had dalliance with the liquor inter ests but I beg to say to all who hear me today thal when the platform of tho last State Convention was read and received with cheers by tho great masses who heard it any dalliance between the Republican party and the Liquor League was severed once applause and greatly adyauce the good cause of temper ance re form In Most nnttmilly look forward to mnlrlniony llicir proper sphere in lili1 hut I hlimild conglunily Iwnr in mind tluit a liiir rimy Una nnd a liwillhy lire the Ie8t 10 n happy maiTliip All those dis ktlUKMH drilJigillJJdoWlj HlIlHl liiniF and funciioutil invnuhuities peculiar 10 ihilr KX Imvc 1111 iiulmliiii specific in Dr Fiivorile Proscriplion Jt is the only widielnj for wumiii sold hy nmlrrn positive from the nmuti liielurera that it will sulfsiiiclioil ii cvwy cime ov money will relunded This uimrniuuu IIUH IjiMti prlnlcd nn the bottle and forever Great applause hen nml faithfully carried out foy wuiy the resolution full from the of the pears   

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