W. S. Youngman, L. S., who was sent by the Harvard Republican Club to the doubtful states, last week, to deliver speeches for sound money, is expected home tomorrow. He has met with a very cordial reception on his trip and found the most excitable of silver men willing to listen attentively to dispassionate statements. He reached Chicago on Friday last and spoke at meetings Saturday and Sunday. At Rochelle, Ill., he spoke to an audience composed largely of silver men and was the only speaker. He found no prejudice against an Eastern man anywhere. At last accounts Mr. Youngman was leaving for Indianapolis with an urgent invitation to visit Kentucky. The committeemen in the West highly commended Harvard's action in sending a representative there to speak.