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XyXil W AVt A V AAj a 4You ARB GOING ToJTnu ff p GllEAT TENNEfJSEE CENTENNIAL fe Get n Club of Ten Subscribers ip i rPiHJ BEEAria go FREE tVtl f V s EIGHTH YEAR HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 13 1897 ISTQ 1 till SNVS mm HAWAII Japan Pushlnff tho Olalms of HOt Bbjootod JSmtgrantal k t oke4VIto Reinforce Mlnliter Skim lIa Den SAX FIIANCIRCO May ItTho steamer followl08HawailR HoNoruiu May 4 Time Japanese cruiser Nanlwa should soon arrive hero having lotto YokOlluka on April 20 four days before thin ftteamor China tilled Shin brings Com nutla Aklyuul of thu Japanese foreign office Jwo Japanese uowapspcr corns 1 lUlllillrlmtslacomo now to servo as vltnosios In tho Investigation which Is to be hold Tho Nnnlwa also brings formal In v tructloHd to Minister tihluatm from his gorcruinont tholr gin being that he stimuli charge Hawaii with having violated tim existing treaty In Fobru JuupammesdIiniuiigrantm t ploying counsel and declining to en tertain tho proposition torn Milt nt law to determine Uio rfghts of the CLIMe fly Japanese mall conies news that the emigration company claims 2000 yen K for each of threu omlgranU turned 1 buck while tho steamship Shin Shu 5 Maru claims QiO you per day damages for tlmo Unit through tho Hawaiian govuVumentH action It is also stated that Count OIlI nu Japanese minister of foreign affairs will Insist on re vision of tho wsUUng Immigration reg it ulations i Col 11 C Spawldlng hn withdrawn if from hU ontractuwJe with tho Hnwa i Ian government for tho construction of a cable from California to tho Ha I wall an Vjlanda haYIng tailed to secure V tho expected asilstinco from the Unit ed States THE ZOVAS HAVE THEM 1 S the Member of Uoqt Ileodcron1 MU J I linn rUonor but la no lMncr CArl COAST CASTIK GOLD COAST Africa May 11 Official news has been r jclvcd to the effect that Lieut lieu demons uiUsloareixrted to have been ittacked by the Chief Samory at Wn tvhljo the Itritish officer wa1 milking treaties with the chiefs in the Hinter land anti concerning whqia safety the b rravcat fear wero expressed have jonmwlo prisoners bytho ovn tribe It Is added that the members of tho mission are In nodangcr MAY RUMINATE IN JAIL I Writ of lla eii Ccrpui Uealed hi the Ca j tiMne AHbnrn Xeb OtlcUU JfcoLX Neb i May ILThe supreme court yesterday declined to Is s foIcnseJontlAturdavTha judges Informed the at tornejr that court was adjourned until lha IHlh iuUand BO action under the wes of the court could be taken until that time Prospects are good for tho mayor rem jlfor a week SEVENTEEN MEN KILLED 0By an Eplo loa ki thlslI Lead H- Ilalet MM- LOXDOM May 11A terrible explo lion hoi taken place on tbo Isle Of Man ntboliI8a ficUleaiL wine A Vecntombldlandwvcn teen have VCH killed Draadful AffecteditIIuosox N Y May UJI5 Da rid Oppcnholm the wife of a former mayor of Vancouver 11 C Is In the hospital hero with both her feet cut off 6be was en route to Philadelphia to be Jrcntcd for n nervous dlsioso and was accompanied by her kusband anti a 6 nurse Early ycstcri fy whoa time train VISA a few above Thud son MM Oppenhelm throw herself front the nludowq her corapartuient In tbi Wnirnnr dir ThliwlHIN nntolf p both her foot Amputation of bot legs will bo necessary Watching tho Weak Place In tha Louver LOON NEW OnLKXNs May 10Tho rivers rise Is Alow and tho levees will hold It Each district Uuows Its weak spots and U up nlghtsIho mania Interest Is n tha Burton levee In Baton Rougo Saturdays break was taken in time but now another weakening has occurred and the situation Is extremely serious Tho Baton Route people lIJ1sslssllplValley levee board have agreed to give a lice mount to cover the cost of a box levee around tho yeak tretclu- Surrendered to llli Death llAugllstlformaudrajlshcr was captured yesterday twelve wiles south of her In the sand hills by Charles Thuen Kormand gave up without lighting and says he isworn rcathytoprobably menus a very speedy death Itemttln Iiloutlllril PAula May lLTho remains of the Comteiue Luppo havo been Identified by tho doctors among tho five bodies rosuuod from time charity bazar fire and yet unlntorred No Yljhting 1et DOUOKOS Thossaly May 10 1 p m fightlugGreeks Dialed the Petition for mu Rehrln WASIIIXQTON May UTho supreme court ycstordaj denied tho petition foi mu rehearing In tho Trnninilssourl us boclatlon case Karttiqiake In Australia MELBOURNE May 11A severe Ole yesterdayIahocks continued for aoverat minutes THE FAIR WILt CASE Proof Tending to Show that the Crntu Wilt Wat a Forgery SAN FnANciftco Mojf 11Thuo case ot tho Fair helm nnd administrators against Mrs Nettle It Craven was not on trial yesterday morning and was heard for only a brief session In the afternoon Daniel OICcofo tho foreman In tho- U 8 Crocker Co printing departments resumed tho stand nnd testified con ccrnlng tho general practice of the office concerning tho handling of copy typo printed matter and tho flllngnway of proofs All this Is to dcvclopvs tho history of the blanks used In tho lnlr deeds as part of tho general plan to show that tho alleged deeds from Sea afar Fair to Mrs Craven aro forgeries AN AWFUL CRIME The KMult or Sapentllloa Isnaraaeo Causes tbcDmth of Senotoon I won npr Wv ill Accordrng toa din 111 to t1u I olly fionv 8t- 11eterlllmrj n terrible crime tho result ot superstition lisa boon committed at Tlercspol In Uio government oflUier aont whore are II number hermitages Inhabited by sectarians Recently 17 of tho hermits afiap 1C01110 audit was believed that they impedingdaynamed Kowalind has confessed that he walled them up alive In rosponso to thclr earnest ontrenttca that they might receive tint martyrs crown Tho police examined the spot anti verified the cpnfcsslon BAIIPNESS HIRSCH The Aaonymoa Honor of a Fortane to the r rU Charity llo ar PAnts May 11It Is announced that Uaroncss lllrsch is the nnoymous don or of the 037803 francs 81R7600 re chnrllybaznrTuesday last This Hum together with the proceeds of the first days tale 45000 francs 53030 exactly equals the receipts of tho bazur In 1890 thus enabling tho committed to distribute Us funds to charitable purposes as tie fore Thin baroness It Is mudded minnie this jfitj ts raor to commemorate the an niversary of tho death of h husband which occurred April 21 1890 OVER THREE CENTURIES A New Set of American UDall KecortU- AInilo nt Halllmoro Mil henrySxntIi Hhourwhich ho claims to have established n nQW set of American road records trlcllforouon tho famous shell road cast mornlngABlle170 miles and when he fltilk ho hut reeled off 8U milesI nODDED THE PRIEST llouijliljHandled SptfTii llKND 11111 May 11worobbers entered tho residence of Her Joseph Flnche the Catholic priest at Dyer Inlll and ransacked the house The priest nnd seeIng used an Iron bar striking tho cook on tho head Inflicting dangerous Wounds The priest attempted to shoot but his revolver failed to work and ho was roughly handled liloodhounds are on the trail COLLIDED AT SEA All flat Thirteen of tho Crows of Doth VucU DroirncxI JlAUouiio May 11Atlispatch from tho Island of Heligoland announces that tho Dutch stcanici Flrdcnd train tffgllnrl Island of Snrdlerofor Btockholtn has been in collision with tho Norwegian bark RocdvarI Beth vessels are supposed fo have foundered It Is reported that 13men of tho ivfi crews havo been saved and that tho drowned are largely In excess of that nlmbcr THE FISHERMEN ESCAPED Ibe Lanadlnn ratrol Captured thd Nil Red FUh Sr TIIOUAS Ont May h1Cnpt Djinno of tho government cruiser Petrel on Saturday between Itond Fan and Port Stanley gave chau to three United States vessels found fishing In Canadian waters The vessels succeeded in escaping but the captain of tho lotr seized 77 nets and about two tons of fish the Americans wero compelled totibamlon Arrntrd on n Hooch Warrant WEST Sinunion WIs May 11ITo- mer and Walter Fowler csprcsldcnt and vlcepresldcntof tho Northwestern national bank were yesterday after noon arrested by United States Mar that Main on a bench warrant as n re sUit of tho fedprivl grand jury Investi gation Tho warrant does not specify the charge Vetoed lila AntlClgarctto mil LANSIXQ lllclui May ilGov Pin has vetoed the Rntlcljjtxrctto bill Milch makes boys under 17 years liable td linprlsoniuTISttt for smoking clgar C tes The governor says It Is n parental and not a state duty to cor rect bad habits In children Ititllrojd Salt Continue NAHIIVIILK Tcnn May UA de o was entered in the United States district court yesterday by Judge Clark confirming tim sale of tho Middle Ten nessee r Alabama railroad to Joiaph II Dixon of St Louis Want R Betllement of tlio cuban nUlilu Moil NEW YOUK May 11A petition is now being circulated and signed Jjj nilhisArrested fur rmbrolomnntC- iHOAao May 8hienj P Jenkins cashier of tho grain Inspectors office under Dwight W Andrews was ar rested on the six Indictments for cm btIcured tr V ooV OA6I1rct oO o L 0 if 4 qOOI BUGcXMADBYTHEC if 1 MADI5PMYILLEt I S CARRIAGEI ts vs cgf ivcusa5nand be convinced that we will give you the best Buggy made jgj- gi in Kcntnckyorlamoney Twentyfive years experience tells the story We jf3 will sell vbuHJfe W o I Top feuggyof t Our Qwn Make for 45 O 4 I We cp allkhulsAf rppairing an Spring Vehicles from the lightest to the JieayjcBtj that being usel in qur county A hint to the wise is sufficient T B JONES nager N R JONES GioOOS iaAGIJDItII tJjJt t t IIV w L = t Jcm r GREECE WANTS PEACE1- A Written Application Addrosso to tho Powers Turkey DcollnR to Conient to an ArmU tlco Lest Orcoco Should Mcnnwhllc nccovcr nor llrcatli Occupa lion of Volo bjrthoTurkn 1OYourcorrcspondcntIcarus Greece haLe matte it written alicatlon rbpresentativcs thmoreprescntatvtmhave their best ofllces except the Germfto minister who has merely ockuovvleged tho receipt of time note Time porto is inclined to suppbtt tlio powers with a view to thq facilitation pf negotiations but It decline lii con sent to nil nrmistlco on the giounil that this would unable llreec to reor ganlzo her forces As a matter of fact Turkey continues to Hand troops from SulOnlcn home ward anti It Is probablo that Qsman Iusluv 1ms returned to Constantinople froinSalOnlcu In view of both fuels It may bo tisHuracd that nothing BC rliJus is expected but the continuance of a state of war Is regarded ua time very best means of hastening tho of forts of diplomacy Without doubt hopes have been raised in Turkey that the Ottoman emplro might annex Thpssaly and restore theold frontier ol 1S31 but time sultan Is not inclined to risk such n step On tho contrary he opposes It uncompromisingly and will not yield to tho press uro of tho wftt part at Constantinople lid AVlll bo satisfied with a reasonable indemnity utertiThes8allnnwould glvo Turkey several strategic positions in tho vicinity of Nczcros A dlspateh from Lain dated yester Constnptlno Smolcnskl is at Almyros Rlccottl Oarlbaldl and the Italian volunteers have arrived at Almyros Tho dispatch nays that tho exodus of inhabitants from Domokos Lanil nnd tho surrounding country continues Greek torpedo boats still patrol tho gulf of Volo It Is probablo that more fighting will occur at Domokos Tho telegraph Is working to Domo kos and tho latest dispatch from that point says that tho Turks are half way between Pharsalos and Domokos nmj lire believed to bo planning an attack upon tho latter Tho Turks do not mo lest tho inhabitants of tho villages they have occupied but they havc burned houses and plundered several churches nt Pharsalos In tile course of an interview Col Vassos said The union between Crete mimi Greece Is now an actual factand noth ing Is lacking but the consent of Eu rope Tho foreign admirals recently asked vaff authority to advance their troops In Crete beyond the zone previously occupied Time PoW rln11nydo whutthoy like The union of Crtstei antI Greece Is Inevitable timid a neo Cl Ity It is reported In official circles that Queen Olga has sent a telegram to tho czar soliciting tho meditation of Rus sin The Occupation of Volo bjr tho Turlu Vow May 10 Describing the entry of the Turkish troops tho correspond dent cays- Edhcm Pasha sent a flag of truce with a proclamation that ho would protect alt Inhabitants remaining In the town A touching scene ensued In tho principal street an Immense crowd gathered with anxious up turned faces listening eagerly to tho eJbMfot the proclamation which was d4e their fatebIYliCb kergad li yvasftBlskcil anrrnuiro1 liteiH r5eW Was heard throsghoHttme iItnset- lmroflg quickly iollbw5ilJjYtrbtlo shouts of Long Live time BultanT11 lint there still remained cause for tho most serious anxiety for tIme ques Lion was then whether tint Greek ad mimi whose ships were lying off time town and In plain sight would accept ICdhem Pnslins terms A single gunshot from tho fleet would have com pelled the Turks to treat Volo as hos tlle Three newspaper men myself among them were appointed doputa lion to go on boarti the flagship BOlt get time admirals reply oboro n white Hag At the however we met tho captain of time foreign warships with n written communication from tho admiral saying that ho intended to re main In front of the townuntll assured that It would be occupied quietly To this the Turkish commander replied that only one battalion would enter tho main army going Into camp out side and ho again requested that the Greek limpet be withdrawn otherwise ho couU not be responsible for what might occur WENT THROUGH A BRIDGE Wreck of nn HaltUound Iusgcnger Train S nt Lnmnr Cot PUKDLO Col May 8 Passenger train Santa Fo railroad cast bounNwen I through tho bridge over the Arkansas river at Lamar US miles cast of lucre at 11 a m Time engine mill car baggage car Smoker and chair cars nil went Into tho river tvo sleepers only remaining on the track Engineer John Mndlgan had dna rib broken lie stuck to his post Two tramps names unknown were stealing a ride on the pilot Onb had an arm and the othera leg broken No body else was injured A flood caused by a heavy rain usa undermined the foundations of the bridge Morn Money Needed MADRID Mny10Tbo queen regent has Issued a decree authorizing the raising of 8000000 to be secured bj tho customs duties of Spain to moot tho cost of military operations In Cuba and tho Philippine islands The Bad of Spain will undo alto tho issue Ordirou- iCoNsmNTINorI2Mty toTuiiTThlaBv 1OIdQS hav been telegraphed to Whom U pnnh IU to PomnVna Immediately Mlllqrd JFlUBbp ed flrotUcr Wife CyrusFliluicurelard FlUmaro feU from the porch of her daughters VcsldcncQ Sunlanddied shortly After from concussion of tho brnlnSho waa W years of ago and V cry yvcalthy WIped Out by lire OAttMViiAE WISMay 11Flre wlpcit out the llttlQ village of Marsh land Sunday iikt Time Post office Will lros hotel He thfl telephone of flee and other buildings were det stroyed Lotis not heavy I OTHERWISE UNNOTICED F Senator Morgan will try to secure h weekfedMp Four men are In jail charged with tlib crIme Ht Louis societies carried off the built of the class honors at the national turnfcst ayl l pf Tennessee will resign IflLtoflIcc In October to resume his lee ttlgo tours Lhuo national turnfcst concluded at StlB Louts Sunday Itdln spoiled the fluid work jUfvtsy Jayltl years old daughter of a ycalthy Chicagonn stole n bicycle anil was arrested Tho post olee department is taking slop to extend mull facilities in the suburbs of dUos Tim conference report on the Indian Appropriation bill will bo ready for con srulem stiomi this week W Mauch killed himself at Itount Cannel IlL In tho presence qf his wlfp iml children ilntinT in tho Natchez districts deny Unit the reports of time floods havo been exaggerated Seven thousand armed Insurgents are In tho Matanzan province Cuba which Qetti Weyjor says Is pacified Hiptlsteclot JiU niliilstcrlal career at St Louis Sunday s Committee vacancies in the sunnta will bo filled this week in accordance with time agreement mado by democrats and republicans Time ring and stables of the Circus ifIloiict lit Paris wero burnouT Sunday la iiiii fireman nod a policeman being InjurediJjoL Smith of Arkansas as assistant commls o1terof Indian affairs on account of Ji Iknowlcdgo of time work MeN amBra of Kansas City took bfsUfo when a friend threatened to sue for the recovery of a 820 loan which tim major was unable to repay UjfoL vasse whlchthrcatcns to inundate tho country from that city to New Orleans tho farm of Scott Kistlcr near Adamsboro Ind two boys were so badly Injured by lightning that one will die Tho other will bo a maniac tfiQ rest of his life SundnyLouisforemost Into a milk wagon lifting n section of his sknll and exposing the lie will die ftipt Jleriry Itomeyn who was recently tried by courtmartial nt Atlanta fot knocking Lieut OBrien down on the parade ground will get off it Is said with a reprimand J A Blrpmoro and his wife of Rogers Ark were separated by tho Wifes father Sunday night the wom an escaped by jumping from a second story wlndonr anil rejoined her hu band J time pictures of the C yenCorbtt mid Fitzslraraons taken l vcrascopo are perfect They will be rosily for exhibition In New York city by Juno 10 or18A St Louis negro walked into a snylnghokill snigger After doing the job ho returned tho bloody knife nnd mado his escapeAn anonymous donor has sent tho sum of fSTiOO to tho committee of Ulan agement of tho charity bazar In tho Hue Jean Coujon Paris which was tlu scene of last weeks terrible tragedy from fire Tho coroners inquest at Ste Gene ikTa r tiio boJyfIiasJtoi1 lcttwhtiieory1ktik jtm1l1 ld poK was 1 a b hind besiCritlng her nunymiiotms let tcrs for twoycars Frazzle Miller walked out on the plat1 form of n fast train on tho Illinois Central near Cobdcn 111 and was thrown off when the train rounded sharp curve Ho received Injuries which inay prove fatal The fatuous Capt William Strong who has been engaged in mountain wars ever since ho was mustered out of the federal army in 1805 was assas sin ated Sunday morning near his home in lireathltt county ICy FIFTYFIFTH CONGRESS u Hpcolill Beulon IN tho senate on the ICth the Morgan Cuban resolution was lUscussoJntconsUleratilo length tho opposition sentiment for the llrst unto slna tbo debate beirun llnjlnji cxprcstlon No uctlor- iwus tuhca upon tho resolution In tho house consideration of tho sejmlo umonilmiiitH to the sundry oivll appruprlatloni MU was entered upon under nspoclal order provUn for n rOo cess triim day to day until dlspoaod of In tho Senate on tbo flth an amendment to Lila uundry civil bill was wloptod revaklnlt the former ciucutlvos urtlor irovlJInc for tore tr3 reservation acurf eating ITOOOOX acres An other amendment a rco1 to provMo9 for a con llnuancoof the lnwtlyatlou of tho condition or tho fur Benin In Haloing sea Tho Mil np proprltttlnir an ug rcifoto of MootoiW Will pixssoj Itt tho houro a resolution reported by tbo committee on rules providing that the bouso meet on Mondays and Thurmutaytisrai- adopted ILLINOIS G A R seC Day of tto8tatoEimcninpuiritOflicrrElected GALKSIIUUO Ill May 7 lluslncss ol Importance marked tho last tiny of the state U A U encampment The election of department commander resulted in choice of A L Schlmpff Peoria On tho first ballot he received 438 votes to 103 for James ODonncll of Chicago The council of ministration wan chosen ai follows A P Cadwnllader Lincoln F II Hamilton Quincy 0 P Avery Pontlac T W Cole Uockford 0 lIt Tobbetts Chicago A reduction was made in expenses of tho ofllcers The department commander WWI allowed OOInsteBd 8500 and assistant taut general 81803 Instend of UlljnI year WILL DIE FIRST 4 PrUonor Who Uocllnn to Sweep Crown I ilnt Inil Stjort 7ArchtyWhuitlock sentenced to six months In jail on Tuesday has caused Sheriff Hays nc little trouble Tho county com mission rs passed nn orocicompclllug nil inmates 01 time jail work upon the city streets with ball and chain rite slier iff has worked hard trying togetVhuit- lock to obey orders but ho can liqt get him to stir Whltlock says ho will the before he will sweep Crown Point streets tJ J 0 l- rrBu 7 CREMATED AT SEA Blxtoon Persona LOBO Tholr Llvoa on a Burning Vosaol Stint Up In tho Hold of a Ship Like Rab- In a Trap They ForUhed Hoforo Aid Could Stench ThoiuTho Veeiel Iteturn to 1orU NKW Yonir May toThe Mallory hue steamer Loomis which left hei pier on Saturday bound forGalveston Brrlvcdinboard Tho dead were 13 steerage passengers and three members of the crow who Hujjpumbcil to a terrible Ore which occurred oil the Delaware capel nt nn early hour yesterday morning Tho full horror of the story cap unruly bo told as yet Those who nro dead vero penned np below docte nnd although frantic efforts wero made by the officers of the vessel to save them time fire hail gained such terrific headway beforo the dan ger was discovered that all escape was cutoff Tho steamer carried III hot cargo many bales of cotton It is not certain how tho fire originated but when Iswns discovered It burst forth with such fury that It wag impossible to reach thin steerage liven then tho steerage passengers apparently were unmindful of tho danger else tho smoke and flames hud not reached them Tho saloon passengers wqre first aroused and in such a manner its to occasion little alarm When It bo came npparciit that tint fire lust cut on the steerage tho captain nnd his men poured great quantities of water down tho ventilator and most frantic efforts were made for tho escape of those penned up In this way eight of the steerage passengers made their escape Time passengers w sro all transferred to the City of Augusta Ihrsfoty And tho work pf fighting tho fire was can tinned Aboutnino oclock In the morn ing time flames were under control and tho stcamerout of danger The pas sengers wero sent back to the Leona mimi tho City of Augusta continued on her way to Savannah rite Lcpha put about amid returned to port under her own steamI GEN WHEATON RETIRED had Served FortyBevcn Yean In the United States Army MajlenStatosarmyhavlnrrwhich time 47 years have been spent In tho service At 11 oclock tho ofllcers and em ployes of tho department of tho Col orado assembled In Ucn Wheatons office and bade tile general farewell Hcmndoa few appropriate remarks Gen Wheaton hiss loft for tho cast anti In August will sail for Europe where he mpendthe next two rears ANOTHER PARIS FIRE VICTIM Kill Sliirlo do Coinoau Formerly of Staten bland Among the IliU NEW YOIIK May OItIslcarncd hero through n private cablegram that Miss Mario do Coincau formerly of Staten Island was among the victims of the Paris fire Tho name him appeared In an Incomplete manner In some of tho printed Ihts Miss do Comcau was a daughter of Louis do Comcau of the late firm of Derham Co of New York who retired from business in 1881 owing to advanced years Mr do Comciiu died shortly after retirement leaving six children three sons and three daughters j i uHOW HEY jTA fk l 7SunCeyF5Following Is tho standing of the league baseball clubs at tho close of play May l Per Won Lost cent llalllraoro II 2 sue Imsiiurull B 3 TOT rouUvlllo 8 4 88- 71hlliulolplila 8 fl 571 NcwYork II 6 545- Clovclana 7 CI flnclnnutl 7 CI 3Il- Io ton n- SULoul v 417 f 9 asl IlroDldjn 4 II 801 Llilcaxo f to 2I WnIJlnrtenI 8 m A City GoTornmoiit In Jail OMAHA Nub May 10A special to the Itee from Aurora Nub says The mayor and city council are In jail and arc likely to remain there Judge Shill hud them cited to appear for contempt and sent them to jail for disregarding his orders Tho city attorney sought relief from tho su preme court which was dented Judge Stnll yesterday offered to release thin officials on ball but they declined to accept It Tho trouble originated in on ertort to open u street STILL FIGHTING THE FLOOD No Causation of Work on the Loultlaua Levees NEW OIHKAHB May 8Tho provi dential interference of good wcathci has enabled tho strengthening the line until now there is little fear of disaster However tho Idypc boards ore all at work with a will and thin Davis Plkos Peak Itonnott Carre McCall tumid aihor Important levees deemed weak arc being placed In condition to withstand n siege The river bos at last broken away from the 108 mark but is only onetenth above It This means that tho tlmo to halt has not yet come nnd there will be no cessation 1 of labor A YOUNG HERO Slack to lila lot with it flaming fox ol nnamlto Ten Pout Away and Saved Boveral Ilvil- lOlJflItToN Mich May 8Wltbabox containing 200 pounds of dynamite JohnIiioimmasair hoisting engine In time Tamack mine stuck to his post and saved the lives of the men at work In tho mine braveryTen had hoist ed the men to tho hovel the dynamite explOited smashing tim engine to pieces nnd doing damage but the theyowQlhelr FOUND MURDERED Second Cousin of Win oJl Hry n Killed antI Illdirfn In a Manure rile PANDO N D May 7sVkll movlncr I 1 I sJ 0 ACt riGets You a i Tents GREAT TENNESSEE CETTE4 V V V AvIoVVA7 r EARLINGTON liimSttiarfsays I LWiiJiiNSBuy I 1 897 line is made upDfEj4 A c For soc and 750 per pair we show nice patterns I threeyard lengths See them 1 1yardbeaten at the same prices 1 wentyfive pr cent discount p our 1896 LajigJ S Curtains r 3 SHORT P1OFIT51I3IG VOLUEtlt Int We guarantee our prices to bc H9wn those any retail house in St Douis Chicago Ncw1 S York or aty other qity Sosav the expressage and leave your money in j6ur home market MADISONVILLEllOllV WYOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT le S S S S 1 I SIS S P S St3SaSStS lIraultbumsfllrmJVra Bryan was discovered Tho top of hls head was crushed Indicating nscSeondwas undoubtedly murdered for his money FOUND TO BE VALID tb Illlnol Judicial Apportionment Hill Baitalned MOUNT VKHNOM III May 7Tho Illinois supreme court through Chief Justice Magrudcr rendered a decision In time case of Herdman and others Vs Rose secretary of state In which tho Judicial apportionment bill passed by the lofrlfilnturo on April 38 last is found to be valid sad is sustained 0 WON A THOUSAND GUINEAS Lord nocberyVrilly CholaUiiry Cela bruted Her Owner Ulrtbilny- LoNlKX May 8Lord Rosebcrya bay filly Chebandry won the Thousand Guineas stake at Newmarket His vraa specially congratulated on winning this classic event on tho jBUBlvorMry of his birth May 7f l6i7 Ambauador SoMt VroBm Sympathy PARIs MayLTha UnReel States ambassador Mr James B Eustis who had previously written to Jut finite faux tim minister for foreign affairs expressing his condolence with the families of tho victims of the fire at the charity bazar called personally upon tIme minister yesterday afternoon and repeated tho expressions of his profound sympathy THE MARKETS NSW Yeas May II 1397 OATTLKN tlv St rs I 4 23 Ol 4 f- OcorroNMitidiinir D TM 041WlltNIreYftOAThNa i I II jt8 M 4iLvisCouvmuinllieiicrii bViheera 7IOU5flhiag 4 IfMJlOUSlulrlo Select 3b S11BKI Kttlr to Choke 8 n o FUUltlttteQU 405 ft 4 M 1lIn03 to txtra do UTS d 445 VUEATNo2ltXl Wlutur to t4 COliNNo Mixed 2C OATSNO U fII HVKNo2 8JWi CS TOUACXOLuif3 SOU kt B 04- 4WImflJurley Cl 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ho was IDA years o4 Iwt Yedupsday died at his in Lanslngburg lie claimed to ptf ot Indian descent Flr StJAnnbdkE N L May 10Flre yes terday morulngde4zoyodthuo shoo fac tory occupied by Vore Dole and W V Bradford anti three adjoining build lugs woretulso burned i Loss estimated aL S30jI01 I IIIIIHIIHIltlHWWIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllILt AYERS 8arp4 I- Iithe originaL SursaparLrtlmo is- tandard pf thin world Others Iiiiva Imitated tho remedy j They cant imitate the record I 50 Years of CuresIfflII- IIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIIWIIfflIIIIIUIIIIIIj c s LC c EST TRAINS iiTO Kansas City Monfani polorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago r VEST1IUUD TRAINS 1 l SLEEPERS DINlNfi CWS i CHAIR CARS SEATs FREE OONOULT TICKET AdCNt On- E M RUGG TIIAV rA33riAccNr ST LOUIS MO issss4 2- 55PRINi J IB37 j 09all paper anIindew hades 1 The largest variety Newest designs k ridil1 colors at th- elIowivcPs1vn tot1ikpi3inCounty Please call iand be eon vinced 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ttrlctly In advance ft 01 SLTnreeMonthttilncle Coplet 3 L Specimen copies miLled free on application rrcsponcnts wanted in ill parts of tin e liMY Addrett ua tot particular I THURSDAY MAY I3 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS STATE SENATE IOlJnSONWct are autlibrUcd to announce as a candidate for Stale Senator from tbo counties of and Chrlilia ubjoct to the action of the Republican partr flAKrRve are antborlted to announce Dr E J J S nakcr of Madlionrille at a candidate for lie Senator from the countletot Hopkins and ChtUtlan subject to the action of the Republican party 5 GufeATEu New York will have a population of more than 3000 ooo and willbe the second city in the world THE Agricultural Department is making an experiment m the ex porto creamery butterfor thcEn gush marKet now cpntrbjleU by Benmark IK France spider growing is an industry for the purpose of weav ing cobwebs and dust about the new wares of the wine merchant and giving the packages quick age I Pcnnsylvaniafr PKOF BARKARD ofNashville l not the astronomer of Licks Ob 0servatofyhas anair ship in which lie reallysoars When the air sftjp becomes a practical reality Yjfiint will become of the space writer THE BEE today does its initial Work toward covering the news of Webster county This is the first week and the time has been short c but the showing is excellent and promises great thjhgs in good sea son THE BEE attends to its own business and grows THE Washington correspond ent to the Courier Journal reports that Senator Dcboc stated to him lIt would endorse E T Franks for the Second district collector ship It D Hill for District At torney Sam Roberts for Seventh district collectorship and JfroW Yerkes for the- 244iWashington J correspondent to the Louisville Evening Post re ports the appointment on Monday of the following postmasters in this end of Kentucky A W Mooney Dixon J F Sigler Boxvillc Union County J C Hall Henshaw Union County J D Harris Sturgis Union County S K Shaffer Geneva Henderson County THE railroads othe South are doing a great work at the Tennessee Centennial The exhibits they make of the resources and product iveness of he Southern States are such as are certain to attract the attention of manufacturers miners and agriculturalists The result of this work must be of great benefit to the Souths development and Southerners arc themselves sur surprised at the resources of their own territory thus fully displayed AMERICAN cycle manufacturers exported nearly two million dollars worth of cycles during the rending June 20 1896 andIt is said that this export trade was practically inaugurated in the sec ond half of the year under con sid oration Great Britain has been exporting wheels for a much longer period and her exports for the same twplve months were nearly live times the value of ours But the Americans areright after them Sradslreei SJysrbtocks of wheat afloat for and ip Europq added to those in the United States and in Canadaon May j amounted 10 107198000 bushels the small ret like total since 1891 and a de crease of nearly 15000000 Bushels within a month With the time yet fP olapsc before another crop is harvested and the consequent farther r d1ctibnJn Jhe visible uppWth JS to indicate I ii t 1 C teeM j i j pdeclit in the value of wheat and strong probability that tho next crop may be worth something DR T W GARDINER Superin tendent at the Hopkinsville Asylum and Dr H F McNary Superintendent of the Lakeland Asylum have both been critically ill Dr Gardiner was reported better yesterday with some hope of his recovery Dr McNaryon Sunday showed no improvement and is still in a critical condition The latter is at the home of Mr P H Darby in Louisville the former at Hopkinsvillc It is extremely unfortunate that two such cxceljcnt gentlemen and able physicians holding as they do r positions of great responsibility I should be thus sinckcn r THE Democratic quill pushers have the gall to charge the neces ity for increased taxation to the Republican State administration Of course all sensible people know this is untrue and that the Repub licans undertook the big and thank less job of placing he State on an honest footing with the world by passing such revenue bills as would make possible the payment of her debts that have been piled tip by along succession of reckless Demo cratic rule TIll R publicans have dons thuir duty frarlissly in this matter and will li nivui crmiir foIr their honesty and counigu tij in telligent people Webster County News Today THE BEE inaugurates a new department giving the news of our sister county of Webster This department is in charge of Mr David Browning a prominent attorney at law in Dixon an excellent gentleman anda leading Republican Mr Browning was secretary of the County Campaign Committee in 1896 and to his ef forts are largely due the thorough organization and efficient work of the Republican forces during the late campaign in Webster county Mr Brownings first letter indi cates his earnestness in the work which will grow in his hands with the solid support he is sure to get TilE BEE enters with pleasure upon the work for the good of the party in Webster county and the promotion of the materialwelfare of all her people For Health and Pleasure Detter to hunt In fields for health un bought draughtTheGod never mate his work for man to mend t Dryden The people of Earlington arc generally blessed with health and tne young people especially are interested in those pursuits of hap preserve vigor that so abounds among them There are many opportunities for rational healthful pastime in and about this comfortable little city The lover of nature and natures solitudes and mysteries may walk ride drive go awheel or row upon Loch Mary far from the madden ing crowd into the bosom of Na ture with picturesque and restful surroundings in a few moments fme ThclovSr oisoffiG particular gem of Kentucky human nature a sweet pretty girland they grow heremay if she will hie him self and herself away to many a lovers lane and delightful trysting place where the flowers bloom and the birds sing and the forest tree spreads its broad shades for their sweet pleasure There are some busy men in our city of pleasant surroundings whose youth is renewed as the eagles by the oft repeated communion with the picturesque and lovely face of nature that lies at our threshold Let us all appreciate and enjoy these opportunities more Dont gear your wheel of life too high it doesnt pay to et to the place of your nights rest the the lonely inn by nooa Believer Ire Scarce Green River Sentinel It is strange that no one but Dr Hunters personal enemies and the Franklin Grand Jury will believe for a moment the story of the self confessed criminals who in seek ing his ruin endeavored to make their story too strong and got caught in their own trap That Air Ship Princeton Banner The sixdays sensation of an airship plowing around over the country doubtless had its inven tion in the mind of some man who was holding on to the unhealthy end of a protractedjag Free For All Without moneyyou can go to the Tennessee Centennial and Inter national Exposition any time you like Read Tilt BEES great offer and go to work Notice House and Lot for sale The house contains six rooms cellar well and good outbuildings all in fair condition Lot 50x190 feet situated on Block 15Lot No i on McEuen Avenue Earlington Ky Will sell for Boo Cash or partCloverport Breckenjiidge Co Ky Box 96 4iMSSgtL r a a 4 I lor l I WEBSTER COUNTY NEWS Republicans to Make a Hot Fight rr the County Offices DIXON IIIQII SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT Newsy Items and Personal Goulp From the County Seat WznSTIR COUNtY DxrARTMIMT Conducted by DAVID DROWNING DIXON KY Dixon Newt Item County Sunday School Convention at Sebree next Saturday and Sunday Mr Thomas Todd ot Tilden was In town last Friday Mr W D Chandler of Sebrcc was in town Saturday talking life insurance Mr Marion Henderson of Hlackforcl psssvl through here last Friday on his way to Calhoun E G Bishop of tint Welutcr County Record mingled with our people hero last Saturday and Sunday Mr j Di Watson will apply for liconse to sell liquoi altProviJenee at tlm next term of tho County Court Dr E N Rice and family visited rela tives In LIsman Saturdy and Sunda Mr John Herron of Sliultnn ono of NVebster first CtISS lutchers was in town Friday Mr FM Baker has Ixcn in Louisville several days Mr W Eo Bnurland sp nt several days in Madisonville and Hopkins County last wok returning home TursUy of this week Rev DjWitt pistor nf tim Mctliixlist Church filled his rrgulr npuoimhumt here SundayMessrs David hutton and Frank Tow wotsbipped at LIsman last Sunday as usual Mr S D Palmer of Providence who has been attending the Dixon High School returned home Sunday Mr Sam Cole of Lisman who has been attending the High School at this place visited his parents Sunday Mr Richard Head one of our best citizens will move this week to Dlackford where he will engage in business with hIs brother J K Head The funeral of William hell was preached at the Court louse last Sunday tg JL large congregalian Mr Henry Stone who has been quite ill with appendicitis for several days is thought to be some better The little child of Mr and Mrs William Mooney of near town that has been at the point of death for some time with Spinal Meningitis died Monday morning at 8 oclock Mr F W Winstead late candidate for the SilverDemocratic nomination for Circuit Court Clerk left last Sunday for Spokane Washington Mr Winstead served ono term as Circuit Clerk and Is an excellent gentlemin and we wish him abundant success in his new home Rev Ligon began a protracted meeting at the Christian Church Monday evening Esq J L Chandler received a dangerous bio won tile head with a piece of iron by one McCarthy last Saturday night Cause- o difficulty not known McCarthy has ndt yet been arrested 1 I 4 Republicans Make Strong Fight In this department will be found the card of Mr J G Jenkins declining the nomination given him by the Republicans for the office of Sheriff We regret that bet has arrived at the conclusion he has and quit the race since he Is a popular man and would add strength to the ticket His card explain his politics and he will bl found doing as much for the success of our ticket this fall as any Republican in the county The Republicans for the first time have nominated a full ticket and propose to make a fight straight from the shoulder for the county offices on the principles of the party as enunciated in theJaslNatipa platform and if they aro defeated next November it will be no disgrace Trie Chairman will call the county committee together at an early date to supply the vacancy Charged with Perjury Young Roland Melton was arrested on a charge of perjury and held III custody here Saturday to await the officer from Evansvlille lad where said offence was committed a short time ago It seems that Melton went with a young couple to Evansville to get married and swore that the young lady was twentyone years of age when in fact she was only about seventeen The father of the young lady Mr John Watson was opposed to her marrying the young man Mr McCurry and expects to prosecute Melton Young Mellon is a son of Mr John W Melton one of our bast citizens and a welltodo farmer and certainly has our sympathy in the trouble he Is having over his son Mr Jenkins Card To TUB PBOPLB OF WUDSTBR COUNTY At this time I think it appropriate to have published the following card In view of the fact that you have twice honored me by electing me to the posi tion of Clerk of your Circuit Court as a Democrat and In view of the fact that I did not support W I Bryan Democratic and Populist nominee for President last fall by thus honoring me I Consider that you have done me a favor for which it would be bard for me to repay youl and for which I have not words sufficient to express my gratitudeand thanks- I voted against W J Bryan because I am opposed to Government ownership of railroads telegraphs and telephones and because I am opposed to the subtreasury scheme of the Government loaning money jo ibe people And because I am in favor of a protective tariff honest money reel procity and law and order In my opinion we only need tariff enough to supply rev enue to run the Government economically but it Should be levied on competing aril cles Especially would I like to seo a tax put upon imports coming into competition with what we farmers make I believe in honest money and say that a dollar made out of about 53 cents fs not an honest dollar because it Is Impossible for anything to be greater than it is I say further that Congress cannot create value If it could why not make nil the peple rich or pay off the national debt 1 favor reciprocity because it furnishes a market for our surplus products and brings back in return things we actually need These are some of my views honestly 4- s k An Abscess A In tho Stomach Caused CroSt SufferlngWna Confined to flid Bod But Now Able to Work II InOctobcr lMSI had an abscess In my stomach I was also token with lUeo nay and coughed vory badly r was treated by pbyslelana but did not Improve I gavo up nit hopo of over getting wol My right side was swollen and I was notable to walk ncrosa tho room and wen confined to my bed I vfta ndvbcil to try Hoods Sarsaparllla and bewail taking it In throo dnyu I cot ooo n change for tho bettor I kept oil taking Hoodd Barsaparllla until I had ictkM four bot tIes and continued to Improve I am now able to don good days workon tho farm11 M E MANN DcmoHvlllc Kentucky HoodsSUS txior5 prvparcdonlyhyG I HoodCo Lowell Muss Oct IIondifluIntily Homls nter4ltlmerHood rand corscltntiouslycxptetsed They may be crrorcous I do not claim to bo per fect or to know it all In conclusion I wish to return to the Republicans ot Webster county my sin seem and heartfelt gratitude for offering to me the nomination for Circuit Court Clerk and for giving me the nomination for Sheriff of Webster county and with regrets and hesitancy I have arrived at the conclusion not to make the race To the many Republicans and severalDemo crats who have tendered me their unso licited support I shall cvW feel grateful and promise to remember you is well its my enemies in my prayers Your obedient servant JOHN G JENKIXS Dixon High School Commencement The Dixon High School closed a suc cessful term with appropriate exercises on Thursday and Friday nights On Thurs day night tbo young ladies of iho school filled the program with recitations select readings and music which was very in teresting Friday nights exercises con sisted of orations by several young gentlemen All acquitted themselves well Prof J M Mahn the principal has been here two years and is an able In structor a Christian gentleman and a tireless warker in the schoolroom and we regret that bo intends to leave usDB MADISONVILLE iCircuit Court began Monday and a= large crowd was in town Mcsrrs D A Morton R W Overall I Bailey W C Morton E L Hendricks and Frank Bowmer went to Hopkinsville Sunday afternoon to see Dr T W Gardi ner who is seriously under the weather Conductor Peter Herb the onlicst local conductor on the L N bad his right hand badly pinched In making a coupling and is off temporarily Earneet Litllcpage took up the lines right where Conductor Peto dropped them and the jog has not slackened in the least under his excellent supervisionMr W DdMoss of the Hanson country has a fine large nev boyathfs wipbearDemoss and we cannot blame Dan for being superlatively happy The foundation of the Opera House block is in and the work progressing nicely under the supervision of Col George Stewart who has the contract Mr Thomas Howard is progressing nicely with his Ice and Cold Storage plant The building will soon be ready for the machinery In the event he fails to strike sufficient water in his well we understand he has arranged to pipe water The Baptist church may now boast of having the finest organ in Madisonvillej It is a new importation just received from St Louis and Its scpcriorlty U due In fi gCt measure to the excellent taste and judgment displayed by Colonel R W Overall In its selection We under stand be gave an organ recital Friday eve ning to a select few by way of exhibiting the rare quality of the tone of the Instrument The grand jurors are D W Umsteid foreman N J Fraqklln T B Porter E W Townsend j M Gentry Andrew Combs J A Asbby W J Barnbill Vareen Watson O E Slalon J M Ste vens and W B Courtney MORTONS GAP Mr Herbert Whitney of Roekcastle is at present the guest of Ben T Robinson Mr George King and family of St Charles spent Sunday with the ramlly of Ben T Robinson Mrs J E Williams visited her parents at Crofton last week Master Lisle Robinson Is visiting rela tives at St Charles j John M Victory of Earlington was In Mortons Friday mixing with friends Miss Eppio Hockersmitb of Madison ville was the guest of Miss Llllio Harris last xeck Mesdames Ben T Robinson and George Toy visited in Earlington Thursday We will organize a Knights of Honor Lodge hero Friday night with over thirty membersISeveral of our peoplewcrc in Madison ville last week Miss Lizzie Arnold of Greenville Is visiting Miss Anna Furgerson Prof J B Ferguson of Dalton was In Mortons last week shaking bands with the boysiIPro AlcCallj Purchase Hopklnsvilfo Kentuckian Prof T S McCall formerly of this city but nowof Franklin Ky has purchased the Kentucky Col lege property at Pewee Valley for 7000 and next September it will be opened as a boarding school for girls The Kentucky Way Hartford Republican I It transpires that a Michigan girl received attention from sevcni teen boys and was kissed by fifteen of them A Kentucky boy pays attention to seventeen or more girls and kisses them all t Dont WhUper Jt Mayheld Mirror Do yojt not suppose the airship instead of being a thing of Q1i aerial elements lias its home journalistic wind f I ll J1oti t t = t 4 t UNCLE SAM AT THE GREAT EXPOSITION r c The Government Display a Com pleteExBolftloa Within itself NUMEROUS RAILWAY EXHIBITS SpecitlIfTennessee International Exposition the United States Government building one of the most magnificent and impressive specimens of architecture upon the grounds with varied and costly exhibits within would amply repay the seeker of information and pleasure to travel hundreds of miles to visit Within this beautiful structure hero are sights to sco that the average civilian does not sto within a life time In fact it Is a complete Exposition em bracing a department of war and marine exhibits a department of zoology and pis catory a department dt art and science a department of ancient and modern history a department of philatclla and a depart ment wavingflagsof the world ho raises his eyes when pro lighthouses hardly realize that you are standing i front of a mighty light of such great power that its rays can be seen from twenty to fifty miles at sea to guide tho marine safely around the breakers to tbe luitm where ho would be Pass on to top Navy Department aud there you see lacsimiles of the great war Vessels and merchant marines qf which you have perhaps long beard So per fectly constructed and dab irately limsuod are these models that tbousiodi of dollars have beep spent in their cuitsiruRtiun From department y direct m iln display bf scientific instruments me ihcr learn from practical woikin appli ances bow n miii of war or nurcaint pithlesdeepNext you conic to the Department of War and from the crdda oldtime flintlock rifle to the most improved muzzleload ing cannon Not only are Ibo various implements of war exhibited but the regalia of the men who enlist for the defense of theircounJry In the Postoffice Department the lover of philatelia can eyes upon the stamps of the world to his hearts content department may also be seen illustra tions of the markingrooms of the tjroat Government post fllce Visit the Treasury and tho facsimiles of the and bonds of our country Yon will be agreeably surprised you see the exhibit there A walk through the long grotto with its enchanting walls filled with nichcliko re cessna which are in reality beautiful Unto lakes filled with fish little find large of many varieties In fact tomanythis will no doubt be one of the departments in the Government Building but also ono of the most instructive upon tha entire grounds To the student and inventor the band some display of the United States Patent Office oilers a tick of study that but few comparatively speaking are afforded within a lifetime Hero are models from the roughlymade hand printing press to the wonderful perfecting cylinder that prints 30000 and 30000 copies of tbo modern daily newspapers per hour veryinterestingAnd while there have been many com plaints tha tho white race has been the enemy of the red man we see here what our Government has done and aboriginallnhabtant In art and in architecture there aro drawings and paintings of the useful and beautifulOf and rare curiosities there arc many enclosed within the handsome glass c departmentsAll half sentheronor pauses for a lack of money when the manifestation of her greatness and is at stake by a government acknowledged by friend and foe as the mightiest upon earth The Naihyllle Chattanooga c St Louis Railway Exhibit The entire upper story of the Terminal Station and Railway Exhibit Building is appropriated to Ibo display of this exhibit which is the most elaborate ever shown in any Exposition In large panels on the north end of the building are oilpainlings of the Hermitage and Belle Meade Over the door Is an oral painting of Lookout Mountain all three most creditably exe cuted E M Gardner The ceiling of the skylight is devoted to a map of the en tire system artistically drawn by Search On a pedestal at one end of the dome is a bust of V K Stevenson the first Presi dent of the road All materials used in gatheredfrointhe cotton seed and bolls that form the lettering to the cornshucks used on the arches The collection of woods comprise 109 varieties While showing the rough exteriors the interiors are polished and are in small pieces quartered can be carried to the light and examined There are zoo Includinlbothcollection of corn alone ISa revelation The flora of the entire system adorn the walls named and labeled the place trom which each is takenand in addition are found the flora of the entire Southern country including the Cumberland Moun Specimens of marble form the wainscoting from Georgia Tennessee and other Southern States and minerals of every kind are here in profuse abundance The Indian relics which have been gath completeInon this great battleground route arouse and excite intense interest among the old soldiers of both sides This exhibit is an requiredaysand appreciated It was colected and arranged by Col J 0 Killebrew within the short space of two La Grippe If you have had the Grippe you know its aches and pains coughthedepressi all Grippe exhausts quicklylowers things should be done at pncct the body must be strength ened and must given to the nervous system liver 0will do the firstLHy pophoephites the second Thcsc- arepermannUyaqdj1easant1y in Emulsion spondencyandheals of lungsBut LA GRIPPE You can your system in a condition unfavorable to it You can have rich red blood reslst1vcstrcnghsteadybraln a nerves Scotts prevents as well as cures gofotScotts1 you get the genuine COTT l3OWNfl New York U- to v a i d MM and onehalf months and at a cost not to exceed 3500 Including cases Jars and other decorative features The decora tions were made by Albro Cleveland a grandson of ono of the first conductors of tim hisfiThe Seaboard Air LInes Fine Display The Seaboard Air Line pepplo have constructed a mammoth car 28x90 feet artistically decorated and lighted by elec tricity for receptions balls and entertainments beautiful itt colors and shade de lighting the eye Their main exhibit Is in the Agricultural Building and Is a portra turo of the resources and Industries along the entire line The decorations aro made with cotton tobacco grains and grasses unit across the wall is an luscrlptionitA Ono Nights Flight from the North and East to tim Heart of the South It which must be seen to be appreciated It repre resents the sections traversed by the road Tho rich soils of North Carolina and Vir ginia aro shown in glasses made from sand in North Carolina The turpentine Indus try h represented by a Hno dlsply In jars and other Ways A pine tree cut to ns to show how the rosin is extracted Is on ex hibition Rice wheat oats millet and other grains are in profusion An Immense car of corn standing endwise on n foundation crowns tho whole Samples of cotton including the goldleaf of North Carolina a model of a cottongin an old fashioned spinningwheel and other Inter dIsplayRveryCarolina Virginia and Georgia is shown Peanuts walnuts hlclcorynnts the chufa i ground nut for fattening bogs the bucko H and many others are there JohnPatricknow In charge of Mr Battle of Nashville The Pullman Display 1 n tlia Transportation Building is the same train of cars or Pullman sleepers that wore shown Nt ths Chicago Worlds Fair Each cr is rt pilic the diningcar with solid sliver service cut glass gold orna msntitions seats tint bring ecstatic dreams antI seraphic visions Alongside this train smmU n rrprcsentation ol the fiipt sleentcir tvjr bu It in AmiCI wjich means tu world for t 1 Iho Ameri can lir iin ig due tlia orilit of first Invent cityInnext day The contrast between this car and train is an eloquent text on the progress this country has made during the last half century Ths Southern RailwAY Exhibit The Southern Railway exhibit occupies lndIstones woos products of the States of Virginia North and Carolina Georgia Alabama East Tennes see and Kentucky including all this vast system One will find here agricultural products fruits of all kinds cotton mill products coal iron silver lead zlacgoM tin nickel embracing all kinds of metal that abound iu this Vlst empire There Is also a collection of economic minerals such as corundum emory byrata asbestos moaazitc and a full line of clays and beautiful specimens of china made from jhemMr F G Green Is in charge of the exhibit which is made by the Land and Industrial Department of the Southern Hallway The Georgia Railway Exhibit This magnificent display is on the west RailwayExhibiteven the great State of Georgia Works in granite frem Stone Mountain stand Just outside on ornamented grounds while tho IndustryGreatin this display and Mr Jno H Averill who is In charge of It takes a Just pride in showing visitors through and giving them all information concerning his Slate and its wonderful possessions It will take much lime to thoroughly master It but the time will be well spent ChicagoMilwaukeeHallways have arranged an attractive booth in the Transportation Building which suggests by its cool and artistic coloring the refreshing features of the various resorts of the North An interesting display of watercolors and photographs illustrat ing tho beauties of the country and lakes In Illinois Wisconsin Michigan and Minnesota will attract those who contem plate summering in a cooler climate The arrangedformatter and will endeavor to make all classes better acquainted with the facilities and beauties of tbo Northern summer resorts The Plant System productsforeigndisplay ibtfibreand all the tropical fruits Tbe Florida farm outside in the grounds fs as pretty as productlons minal Railway Building these gentlemen groundflorwhich is an ornamental fountain the whole making a charming oasis to delight the eye The Iron Hountdn and Cotton licit Head quarters These systems have established head quarters in their tasteful building near the Terminal Station and have a small exhibit o products grown along the lines and have a IoU line of literature for distribu lion setting forth the great attractions of their sections They welcome all visitors and are glad to give information to all seeking it- These railway exhibits should do much to attract the attention of agriculturalists manufacturers miners stock raisers and others They are a liberal education in showing the great wealth and productive ness of the South to those seeking a home They lire educational bureaus giving vis- Itors specific data relative to all branches ot industry all localities traversed by the various lines are shown with their advan tages and many of them will greatly sur prise even Southerners who are supposed to know something of what their sections contain The Charge of the Pie Brigade Frankfort Capital To those who arc gallantly lead ing the charge upon the pie counter on the banks of the Po tomac those of us humble pn vates in the rear who only ask be let alone send greeting Men of Kentucky you have a mission I Gentlemen be true to the tradi tions of Daniel Boone and prove that ye be hunters and follow the trail of the transitory office with the same tireless persistency that made Kentuckys pioneer famous and in ages to come your name may be blazoned upon the cigarGentlemen the eyes Of the world and Ken tucky are upon you In short they are on to you t Vandals have threatened to destroy tho bright hopes of patronage to dash un tasted from our lips tlicexhilirating draught of snaps and salary but to you we look for a vindication of our ancient privileges and the realization of our Be patriots be persistent howl raise sheol if you dolt get what you go after let no little office escapes keep yont powder dry lock your doors upon retiring dont blowout the gas whyYours pieOri Subscribe for THE BEE r 4cif P fiil1h l 2u i Tilt DFFtRENCEi- n the and the amount flight produced by an old fashioned TALLOW DIP mid an INCANDESCENT BULB j is not more marked than ia the difference in appear ance in and quality of the Wearing Apparel made by Ji1 j MORNCO vl THE IREAT GHIBABG MERCHANT TAILIRS lU mid the work of the mass oftailors ceITho Suits and Overcoats of time fornler 1 Vftno production of Tailoring Art Wo Guarantee to fit and plenoa you and cave you inonty 300 CHOICE NEW PATTERNS to select from ATST BERNARD GENERAL STORE WE HAVE SPARED NO EXPENSE To make our FuncralEquiji- mont the best in this part of the State Anything and everything you Nvarit in livery PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST Ia can to 1 j We use best of cloths and i I your by www V sp 9c1 Stocks arc and fresher ever was to combat the Our large and excellent stock of Shoes is proverb ial Honest al ways No shoddy goods But we now have unusual variety and quantity in Shoes for We can please both you and your purse That women can Come early und get the prettiest and best India Dimities Lawns Percales etc in endless variety Dress6oif Stacks of Fabrics of the Fashion World which Dame Fashion has ap spring are here Bright new stuffs every yard and each a great bargain All sorts of Dress Goods ored and Black SHies irs great Variety for Shirt Waists l- co V iYob1 Woman F Admires a wen dressed nTn You admiration al little nse it by giving us your order for tiltS r lrlrmentsn nI Suits SI35O and up Made Trousers 3e and up Order the empIoyoiiybt journeymen v v gos OBERNDORF Leading Tailors s It1ARf jvn 1 RY sp COJ cmie OP THe THINGS AT ThEP St Bernard Stores greater than This Seasons buying successfully planned timeshowever hard New Shoe Styles values everybody White Goods and- Washable Fabrics all appreciate Linens a Fancy proveatIis bptjiCol seasons BigSa eOr Und rIllllslills We Jiavc made a lucky pjircrraso of a complete lineol Muslin Underwear and will sell at tprices you nave hot seen before cheaper than you can make at home Parasols and I Umbrellas I TWie newest and prettiest conceits in sun protectors IJinc Umbrellas arid Um broil as not so fineall Itremarkably low prices Ourtains and i Curtain Goods If there is a window or a doorin the dining room parlor anywhere in the ahouscthat needs curtain ins yotnvill find what you want in our stock of Lace Cuftains Scrims Drapery Wonderfully lowpriced Laces JirnjroidryRUCHINGS TR M M IN in large variety Beau tutu t Pattcnlsthat is lie verdictthey ire urnpl- CX1tiisitc + T t r I I iwwr t t 1 I r Anything else you need or want at the c8t BBrnartBfiar gtnr 1 0- L c L Mltj jg 4 7 U r rtJ JIRMSSIStVAr AAA You ARB Goijm TO TJIB p J GREAT TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL K I 8 Get aClubofTcn Subscribersio T HEBEEIf ptI EIGHTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSPAY MAY 13 l iiI t iNIi1lltTNEVSR- outine Work or Pastime ol the legislators What a Good Time They hail at the 0 A R En campment Special correspondence to TUB USB 1R97Onwere introduced No 113 by Mr Pp oamcnd section 27 article zoo of Session acts of 1 hyMr Lykens to j tllthq ncls relating to in 8Oiof the town of Camp 7 origilloral Statutes to amend section article chapter aar of An act relating to Courts Justice Session acts of 1 89123 andon Tuesday Mr Carroll introduced No 116 An act tb protrcct domesticated deer The samb gdillcman also Intro dUc d a resolution favoring the expression of the House that llictr representatives in Congress shouldendeavor to obtain an appropriation by the General Government to utilize the falls of the Ohio by some practical plan to furnish motive power for manu purposesMr tion that Whereas the Governor hjid in lilgcill for an extra session designated certain questions to be consideredand acted upon therefore be it resolved that as soon as oil said questions shall be deemed by the House to have been acted upoi this body shall adjourn sine die It was declared out of order as a resolution offered by Mr Ad urns on Friday that the House do adjourn on May 21st had been referred to the Committee on Rules who had not yet reported A resolution authorizing thb House JJribery Investigation Committee to employ a stenographer at Perfoliofurso that a report can be made of the proceedings was pasted The re solution of Mr Barnett that morn hcis aliscnt without leave should receive no pay for time so lost was referred to the Committee on Rules who will take care that it receives lha solemn rites of sepulture The House passed Senate Dill No 17 relating to common schools which effects only cities of the and class Senate Bill No 14 Fixing thc times of holding Circuit Courts in Mercer Lincoln Uoylc and Ciscy counties Senate Bill No 27 allowing applications for license in cities of ist class to be graded according to Tic amount of busi ness transacted by the applicant providingfortending the funeral of Hon Rozel WcissengiT during the first term of the present session occupiedIlying business by breaking a quo rum to prevent the passage of bills obnoxious to tho minority H 13 Nq 104 relating to municipal elec tions in cities of the 6th class was piscd by a vote of 55 to o but when Mr Gossoms resolution ac cepting the invitation to visit on Monday the G A R encampment at Lexington came up the roll crffl developed the fact that sixty six members wero present and 53 of them in fjvor of taking a day tiff When the dny arrived your longttcinIrgislators when on duty joined tin procession enroute to Lcxing iini to observe their conduct on kala occasions Not only at the riMitlczvous hut all over the city was tliu latch string on the outside and iliu lavish lipqpitality for which Kentucky isso renowned was uv irywhere manifested To say that tin G A R ow icd the town would be a truthful statement and iliu fraternizing of thy Blue and Gray was evidenced both in public speeches and private greeting Desirous of keeping step with the majority of the legislative contin gent rendered it necessary to atS tend the races and see the thor oughbreds flounder through the mud Today the Derby at Churchill Downs will be so attractive to tho probablliofthere the general rcsult will be the same The House eliminated from its hill to suppress mpbviolqnce all sections intended to protect prop pubHcconditional was sent to the Sen iite I f that body aad signed bythe Governor it would be Ineffectual The Senate is con stringentlillpresent temperof the House such A measure will stand no chance of passage It is po wonder that the raiders grow bolder and more aggressive when they see they have the law makers cowed or in tensely sympathetic TJleywiIl J rn when top late that a II1IS take to fire blank cartridges The iatcof this important bill Iiaving been practically decided the last of tho important Items mentioned in ihe Governors proclamation has been considered The revenue lulls are now in operatjottj heJ5 enatbr has been elected mjb litqra ture manufactured arid all that r- eiii I t f mains to be done is tto adjourn or goon drawing pay without giving the State value for what is re- t ceived D K N OLDnARRIAOE CUSTOMS U Lady Cook neo Tennessee Cbaflin When a custom once becomes general it does not easily disap pear The public indecencies at attending marriage which were common in England not very long ago have been considerably modi fied Nevertheless sufficient re main to outrage modesty and to invest the ceremony with evil influences A union which should bo sacred unobtrusive and unob laybpmeans arc rung a scmpagan Christian service is attended 11 rod of friends and str crs gossips hugobouquetsflaunted even by the attendant co iclirnon and footmen and the whole is wound up bya champagne breakfast as though Bac presidingdeities the young bride who is presum ably pure in mind and body must sit and listen to allsorts of speeches whether eulogistic sympathetic or suggestive And her maybeordeal It would be sheer hypoc risy to say that nil this may be done innocently On such an occasion one is uppermost and the attendant crowd of onlookers take the opportunity to indulge in coarse remarks Tbat which ought to be pure and dignified was thus turned into a show for the sensualFormerly the bride was led to church two bachelor called- BrideKl1Ights and taken back by two married mcwhile a third prcccldcd her with a costly Bride cup containing a goodly branch of Rosemary and hung about with many colored ribbons It was also part of their office to undress the bridegroom and put him to her bed Rushes and flowers strewn along her path Bratli waite sang Strew rushes Maldes and ever as you strew Think one day Maidesiko will bo done for tWhen Grisild was marriedA on mare tied they bad ydressed Sometimes the nuptial crowns were made of myrtle flowers or corn cars These and many other customs like the weddingring and bride cake were vestiges of Phallic worship Even before the alter tho young men usedImmediately after the ccrcmoncy to struggle as to who should first pluck off the bridct garters and these gener ally ribbons for the occasion were worn as trophies in their hats Butler in whose time this custom was prevalent makes Htidibras al lude to itwhen he says of the Protestation Which all the Saints and some since Martyrs Wore In their hala like wedding purlers The Nuptial Kiss in the Church was enjoined by the York Missal and the Sarum Manual and it was customary for the young men pres ent to salute the bride by turns after the ceremony Sports and boisterous music were always expected In one of Ben Jonsons plays it is said Your wedding dinner is starved without music In The Christian State of Matrimony published in the reign of Henry VIII complaint was made of the superfluous cat yng and dnnkyng of the wed dyug people who came to Church either lalfc dronckc or all to gether They come with a great noyse of Harpcs Lutes Kyttcs Basens and Drommes wherwyth they trouble the whole church and pertaining come to the churche so they go from the Churchc agayne lyghtj nyce in shameful pompe and wa- ntoncsseAfter the bancket and feast there bcgynncth vayne madde and unmannerly fashion for the bride must be brought into an open dancing place Then there is such a rennyngeleapynge and flyngyng amonge them then a lyftngc up and dis ccvcryngeof the damsclles clothes and otherwomennps apparel that a man might thynke they were sworne to the Duvets Daunce This rough hilarity was kept up until late at night An old song goes And then they did foot it and toss II Till the cook bad brought up the Posset The bridepye was brought forth A thing mickle worth And so all at the bedside Took leave of Arthur and his brldet But the publicity was not yet over Next monpng come the fiddlers and scrape himtbehusband a wicked Reveillez The drums Tattle the shaumes tote the trumpets sound tan ta ra ra ra and the whole street ringS with the benedictions and good wishes of fiddlers drummers pipers and trumpeters You Way safely say now the weddings pro claimed Safely indeed and well might the poet Gay ask Are sounds like these the proper pre lude to a state of peace If these boisterous indecencies had not been opposed in the past our ob servances today would be far worse thanthey arc And if the indecent publicity of today were to meet with no reprobation its evils might I become Jy prolonged D I S For after all what is it but the glorification of sexual union more fitting for the sensual worshippers of Priapus or Venus than for the sober citizens of n Christian land If a couple wOllhl come together- whyI should they not do so without pnvateJy pie circumstance so common and so universal hat demands the at tention of others When we come to the birth of a child however tillS is a different mailer This is a fitting Cause of feast and joy The bat o is not only a pledge of lovo f but it is a guarantee for tile im mortality of the race Our lives arc fihoit hut they are renewed again in our children as theirs will will be in theirs These excite hope and fondness of parental care They nurture in us all noble long ings and worthy aspirations We desire in them thcxabscncc of our own imperfections and the improvement of our better qualities We welcome therefore all who can join in our hopes and rcjoic tin our joy Thus every child born of pure parents is one of Gods anointed We have no account of the marriage of the Virgin Mary in the Gospel legend We hear of no marriage or marriage feast But when the Christ of Christs was born wise men from a tar land journeyed worshipHeaven angelic choir that issued therefrom sang to simple shepherds in their nightwatches the song of peace and goodVIUtowardmen Who Pays the Tariff New York Tribune A canny Scot writing in that indubitable organ of political or thodoxy the St James1 Gazette gets pretty close to the heart of the tariffisatax question He re minds his readers that the essential difference between free trauc Great Britain and the protectionist coun tries that is all othersis that the former levies a tariff on what it can not produce at home and producethen as the Cobdcnitc elect dutyiswould be little to choose betwcd the two systems But iias this writer is convinced when a duty paying import has to meet the I competition of a domestic product the duty is paid not by the consumer but by the foreigner or importer there is a vast difference between them If tlJSf latter hypothesis be true the exporters of Great Bntian arc contributing enormous sums to the revenues of other countries with littleor noth ing in return to British revenues In the last twenty years British ex portsexcluling those to British colonies have amounted in round numbers to 15000000000 IfI only 10 per cent of that suma low estimate was paid in duties out of tlnproflts of British manu acturcrs the British contribution to the revenues of foreign countries has been 500000000 And in the same time British consumers have paid in duties on nci coffee fruits and tobacco alone over 1355000000This has challenged the Cobden Club to disprove the correctness of his argument but that discreet body has declined the undertaking Failing that he has conducted extensive inquiries among British merchants He has tasked representative exporters in the chief manufacturing districts whether they or foreign Con byloreignOf 531 thus asked 530 replied that they the British manufacturers and exporters had to pay them and only one replied the foreignl consumers And that one answer came from the branch house of an American bicycle factory and was coupled a with the remark You Britishers arc the biggest fools in the world I Why you put on tariffs The 530 manufacturers who declared that they and not the for eign tonsumers had to pay the tariff included leading firms in thca bandtaut trades In the face of that the Cobden parrotpiping British goods are excluded from protectionist untrue How little that is t believed by serious statesmen is to be perceived in the recent address of Lord Salisbury to the chambers spoketeelinglyhostile tariffs which causes us to know that when we hear that a territory has fallen into foreigno occupation It is really ii British trade And Lord Salisbury is not a protectionist idiot either YON TilE DERBY Heavy Track Favorable to TyIphoon Who Came In First Louisville Ky May 12 Specd ialAgreatcrowd muddy race at the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs todaylThe heavy track was Typhoon who came in winner with Ornament second and Dr Catlet third Beautiful Line of New Ties for gentlemen nt Sat Bernard Store J o rJ SOuThERN CONSERVATISM I What ExSecretary of the Navy Herbert Says About the OPPORTUNITY THE SOUTH In an Interview with the Manu facturers Retard recently Hon Mil ary A Herbert spoke highly of the possibilities of the South and the peppleHecounsel which will be listened with attention and favor by those who arc possessed of the conservatism and inherent squndncss ol principal Herbert attributes to the Southern people He said It would bb worth many millllons of developmentIflead In manifesting a spirit of faIrness to ward the railroads as they have abundant encouragement for doing by the reason of be fact that most ofour railroads are managed on such liberal lines as to deserve popular cooperation having as a rule voluntarily adopted policies of respect for promoletheHe gave an instance of this as fill be seen directly by relating toma personex pcriences going to show the toMontgomeryand the way it is managed nowas part and parcel of the Louisville 8 Nashville system portIlpnscan be found in any county in England and they have been trained under common law institutions to venerate law and order to have regard forprecedents and to stand lot whatever has been tried and found to be good They love justice and they hate injustice and while their prejudices are strong these will always give way In time to reason I remember sn instance be continued S9meUventytwopart of the Mobile and Montgomery Rail road Co and it was fora time almost im companybeforeTbe manager having been Irritated by claims set up ordered agairst my protest that whenever a suit should bo brought no matter for wbatit should be fought through all the courts to the end This policyof tended the people along the line JuriC3 made the company pay dearly for it This Mobile 8 Montgomery road subsequently became part of the Louisville Nashville Under the present wise management of that road there has been for many years properdemandsand help alone public enterprises and soI there has been a complete change in public sentiment and the Louisville t Nashville can now go before a jury with a feeling of coDfidencothet was impossible under the old system As I understand it practically all the railroad companies in Alabama now are following in this respect the wise lead of tbe Louis villa 8 Nashvilleand there is certainty now no widespread prejudice that Slate against railroads Tbe people are coming to realize that the railroads are interested in the prosperity of the country and that they are interested in the of the r JlOfcapitalbylions but the large majority by which certain proposed antirailroad legislation jlurewho desire the welfare of that State whosoJpeople understand that the South more railroad facilities to develop It reo sources and they can never get capital to fhavegrowing allover the South And so too us to other corporations Tbo people of New England have grown rich by living up to Ibo times by associating their labor and their capital incorporate enterprises to utilize all the inventions r of the age and our people are turning their faces in the same direction I venture the assertion that the time is just ahead of us when the politician in the South who indulges in wholesale and in discriminate abuse of corporations will be put down not only as a demagogue but as an enemy to the best interests of the coun t ry AGRICULTURAL ITEMS CARELESSNESS Much of the food given to animals is wasted Intthe careless manner in which it handled hay being thrown into loose racks or narrow troughs or even on the floor of the stalls in excess of the actual requirements j portion being trampledaY DAIRYING Never guess at any thins connected with dairying Use a thermometer weigh the salt that goes into the butter andn bove all know something of the of the cows used for pro ducing the milk C FEATUERS It should be remembered that f the removal ol thea feathers of geese is a great drain on the system and if the mot is- o be made of the geese the pick ing should never be done while they arc laying or sitting vTitafarm help is more nearly tested byb its abusing it than by any other 0 ne thing The horse is a sensitive nervous anima and if abused as it often is it soon becomes restless and finally obstinate and iclous A groat many horses are ruined by the poor quality of farm elp which is now so common f better help cannot be procured maybe necessary to do as is j oneby Southern farmers breed winch will resent ill treat- nent so promptly that they will be a horse ess likely to be abused than is thef All the shoes in latest styles and best quality nothing shOddyatp St Bernard Store cannot bobcat FIRST CIGAR How and where General Buckncr Smoked It A CIGARETTE FIEND RESCUED GlobeDemocrat Five years ago I was a physical Wreck with shattered nerves and wandering mind said Frank E Deals Northwestern traveling man to a GlobeDemocrat reportel lat the Southern yesterday I didnt need to consult a specialist to tell me what was the matter I knew it myself Those little cof fin nails that come twenty for five I quadruplehothe Turkish variety were rcsppnsi ble aHoIKyIsmoked paying no heed to my surroundings Suddenly I felt a hand on my shoulder I turned andencountered the serious countenance ofa gentleman past the middle age 11 My friend he saids in the drawling tones of the native Kentuckian let me present you with thisSuiting the action to the word the stranger presented cob pipe with a curved cane stem which he secured from the recesses of a capacious inside pocket I 4 Im a Kentuckian the strang er said For fifty years I have smoked a pipe aid never has one of those detestable objects which you seem to delight in polluted my lips Only once have J ever smoked a cigar and that was under peculiar circumstances- At this point said Mr Beals I asked the stranger for his card He extracted from a handsome cardcase a piece of pasteboard and handed it to me I read and this is what I saw 0 i GEN SIMON DOUVAR BUCKNER i As T said before i continued the General when I pressed him to relate his experience my first cigar was smoked under peculiar circumstances It was at the banquet given by Samuel J Tilden at the Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York City It Was the day before the electoral commission rendered HayesManycountry were present and Mr Tilden responding to the toast 4Thue Next President had made a most felicitous speech declaring belief that he had been elected his confidence that he would be seated Mr Tilden was an abstemious- man He felt that he could not oin in the the sparkling glass and he concluded he said Let all friends join me in a smoke Amid the noise of scratching matches and the puffing smoke rom 200 Perfectos the old leader Democracy saw the pipe Gen Buckner had lighted I Did I not know the General the sage of Grammercy Park said asemlliageIfriend I Then1 said the General in his impressive manner I discarded my beloved pipe and for the first time placed the weed between my bejamy Latin professor ofLatinits exception I ahi glad to have an exception I am glad o have made an exception in that old patriots case As he concluded the story Mr Beals lolled back in his comfortable chair drew a fragrant Ha anna from his pocket and as lie- ighted it said I havent smoked cigarette since i LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS t Montgomery Abls soon to have a new tiThn depot expeCledtBusiness of an important nature has oc pied the Jime of Master gf Trains Dev riey at Evansville the last week or two vjJFew employees of the railroad company re kept more busy than Special Agent Grainger Supervisor Sullivan is out again this Week with work train loading ties and dis tributing ballast material Although warm weather is here and the coal business isdulllho Henderson di ision continues to still do a good business Another small wreck reported last week ut the conductors and crew got the car n before the wrecker could reach them The travel over thJs division is expected to be very heavy during the continuance of the Nashville Centennial Already an Improvement is noticed Our popular night yard clerk Drpwder Myers has accepted a position on the road as baggageman and we look for him to make a success of It with the experience he has had in the railroad service Conductor Pete Herb met with an acci dent last week which is causing him con siderablepain While making a coupling Madiionville two of his fingers were and mashed No serious result is- eared andit is thought he will soon be at work gain Its reported that several changes of Im orta take placo inthe run of trains on the qewtime card to be jsued soon and t- illS go Intoeffect Sunday i6th of May Tho road bed bctweoTi Slanghtersville and Sebree for some distance is being greatly Improvedby tbo additional ballast recently put under it and the strengthen ing of banks It the following be true will not oar de tectives bereaftesr have to be spiritualists Monlgomey Ala April 2gProf Tatum who has been here quite a while and professes to communicate with spirits has undertaken the job to locate the per sons who wrecked the Louisville and Nashville train near Evergreen a fe nights ago The Professor was at the scene of the wreck yesterday and says the parties who wrecked the train are white men and not negroes as has been generally believed and that they are now working near scene of the terrible wreck In a clalrvoyan state he says he has seen the men and has so described them ta the detectives that they will be sure to land them behind the bars of the jail and bring them to justice There ia reward ol 3000 offered by the Louisville1 Nash ville Railroad for the wreckers and if the Professor succeeds in locating the parties he will not only get a snug Sgm of money but will be kept busy the balance of his life in the employ of railroads The mat ter will not be made public for a few days when arrests will be made Many persons here believe be can do it DOWN IN THE MINES The McKinney mine on the O 8 N north of Central City has closed down The heavy cut in market price of coal snow forcing small companies to the wall Dud Nisbet of thc Providence Coal Cot was up here last Sunday and his actions indicate ho has an eye on one of the Earl ington belles EdwinPhiUips who represents the West Aberdeen Coal Co as agent at howling Green has been home for a few days He says his company is doing a good business and that they continue to pay their miners the standard price formloIDg2 cents per ton in summer and three cents In winterThomas Longstaff of the Barnesley mines says that there has been a reduc tion of wages made at that mine lately The demand for coal and tho- demoralizatloo in prices has caused tbe Woodstock Coal Company lo close down for a while but there is not much made in running a minein the summer anyhow and of course Ibeylose but little It is believed by well posted men that after due consideration by the member l of Iho legislature that there will not be any laws enacted during this term that will prove obnoxious lo the operators or in furious to the miner Mine Inspector Stole was in the Western Kentucky district again last week look- Ing after some of the mines in that vicinity He is a clever gentleman The reduction of the price of mining made by the Carbondale Coil Company has aused some of the miners in that part i of the county to become somewhat iij censed by said action and being governed by a desire to see the best of wages paid to I all they have called upon the above named company to restore the former good price The miners of the Jellico mining dis trict in Kentucky are at present taking a rest and discussing the new scale of wages they hope to have adopted for the next year Thus far no strike has been declared and peace reigns supreme Tho Governor of Illinois has been asked to send the State Board of Arbitration to Investigate trouble now said to be brewing between the operators and miners in that State and if possible prevent a threatened strike Mobile Ala is now happy over the fact that die price of coal to the consumer has been greatly reduced of talc hut while tho consumer is feeling good the miners in many places feel the result by having their wagas reduced and as was the case when cheap coal was put on the Nashville market the Kentucky miner was the looser In tho last number of the Manufactur ers Record among those mentioned as lately making a visit to the Southern Gold fields was the Hon Adlai Stevenson exVice President Mr Jno D Atkinson President of the St Bernard Coal Company at Earhnglon Ky Messrs Isaac Baker Wrn M Duncan and C K Kirk palnc of Nashville fenn In Kansas they aro making a ballast for use on railways out of gumbo which Is prepared by being burnt with slack coal A man was up before the police judge of Topeka the other day for stealing coal The railroad detective said be caught the fellow in the coalcar but the man said that be was only sleeping there because his wife bad locked him outpjnd be had no money lo go to a hotel Pretty bard bed wasnt Ill asked the judge Oh no sir be answered It was soft coal And the judge was so struck with the joke that fie let him go Exchange The Jellico Tenn Advance Sentinel in its last issue contains this conservative opinionof the existing trouble there be tween miners and mine owners No man will claim that the coal com pniesbave made any money the last year Neither will be clajm that tbe miners have made any It has been a fight with life and death so to speak with both for the last yea The miners for the past year have not worked half time and in many months not a full day and taken together would not make a week for the mont- hI is claimed that a scale that will allow the Jellico coal put on the market with other coals will bring a remarkable activity in the coal business but a hlghu scale will shulit out altogether and thfl operators prefer lo let the mines lie idle c This is a matter hat both operators and miners are interested in oqd should study seriously soberly and calmly Nothflog but good bard business lIensesh allowed to crop out from either party It is the object of both lo make money One cant make money without the other maki ing some i TO JthE 2 iIEE TrnI 7 SJ 1897SUPPLEMENT DRY McNARY DEAD Superintendent the Lakeland Asylum dies at Louisville SpeciaJDr appointed superintendent of the Lakeland Asylum this morning at the residence of his brother in Jaw Mr P H Darby on Second street in this city after an Missrun married sister was also with him criticalIsome demise was not unexpected He diedof heart trouble Dr McNary was about sixty years of age the son of Dr Thos McNary of Princeton Ky where graduateinof Medicine and spent his life in the practice of his profession at Princeton until March i 1896 when he took charge of the Lake land Asylum Wages Cut The CarbondaleCoal Comp my operating mines on the Illinois Central railroad ten miles south west of this place recently re 50centsfor years and that still prevails at Countyisto October i and 75 cents from O tober I to April i The Carbondale miners accepted the re duction and the selling price of coal was at once reduced The cut in the selling pricpaffected the work of miners who have visited the Carbondale men in num bers for some days to persuade them against working at areduc eightyCrabtree fortyStband went to Crabtree where a meeting was held to which Car bondale men were invited Another meeting Tuesday night at St Charles Delegation entirely sober and peaceable without any tendency toward violence Delayed Today- A general overhauling of TilE BEES machinery and some unex pected breaks caused an unavoida ble delay to this issue which is a little late getting Out Every thing is in the best shape and we expect to be on timein the future New Postmasters On Tuesday C Henderson was appointed postmaster at Black GIAshbyM Barnett Nebo Hopkins Wj L Beymer Slaughtersvillc Web ster G O Berry White Plains Hopkins Cfffdlt 1or iirimr Wo have lately given nomo account of the operation of agricultural batiks in Europe which have done Very much for tho forming class by making it possible for it to secure loans ouancli security as farmers can offer Tho farmer is espe daily in need of credit for thu inlervnl must always bo considerable between tho preparation tho soil mid tho liar vcstiiitf of tho crop Ho must spciul money n long time beforo ho can get any back As to most of his products ho may bo said to bo carrying on a business where tho stock is turned over but once n year Furthermore as n crop I matures alt over the country nt tho snuio season ami generally within period of a few weeks it is particularly Impor taut to tho farmer that ho should not bo compelled to realize on his harvests im mediately lie would break tho market if ho wcro obliged lo soil all his crops as soon as gathered and yet ho must soil n good deal for ho has been under expense fm mouths without any income Whilo Iho farmer zoom than almost ally other producer needs credit ho can not generally offer commercial security and real estate io not n good security for ordinary tonka of discount to tako and it is unlawful fur our national banks to accept it Tho result Is that tho farmer is usually compelled to soil his produce at an unpropitlous time or to get credit of merchants and private bonkers for which usurious rates are obtained In this country there Los bccji practically ngrlculI private bankers and factors who havo mndo a practice of lending to fanners kayo made a groat deal of money out of i it for tho absence of competition enables them to got n high rate for money and tho former pretty generally pays his debts It is singular that in our own country no offftt has been made to afford agri culture in general tho capital it needs for the improving of land and for carry lug on farm operations during tho loug intervals between tho annual marketing of crops Tho chaugodconditions of tho times make it Imperative that farming must bo upon moroscicnUflC principles BO as to get out of tho land more than it has hcroloforo produced and that necessity leaves no alteruotivo but either to afford the farmer enlarged credit facilities or to leave tho present landholders to bo frozen out by insolv enoy with tho result of transferring this Industry to a class possessing ampler means and ablo to cultivate larger farms upon improved methods Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin rile Conventan of tlia Multitude Itia a sad fact that many pastors and churches malto no special efforts for tho conversion of the multitudes of outsiders in every community who oro not members of any church and who seldom attend divino service It is largely from these as well as from tho young in tho congregations that tho churches must look accessions anti for tho full aoIcomplishment of its mission in tho Some largo congregations under avorable circumstances can grow in umbers without gpccloj fjjrta to reach tho unconverted outsMiu utmost con grcgatlous rtiuuot add largoly to their i Il1Mrs without special efforts and Ifwtl1httJdSIulhcrnll vc tt tuimI1Novcmbc JII fully to rene hgi1 tim battle for silvers iff emigres j jcomnilasiouivisit tho European governments In the 1 interest of international bimotalllsHi i thorn may bo perceived all over tho world an unmistakable drift toward the 4 single standard of gold Since tbORp poiutmclit of tho United States cOIn 10 EuropeJndlcatoless nUll that there noimoroprobnbil ity of thoso govcrmrjcuts returning to bimetallism than tliero is of their re turning to flintlock muskets for their S1armies The latest announcement Is from Russia vrliich ia to tho effect that she is irrevocably committed to tho gold etaudard Europoaboncothatlila dom and nppnront coso with which thQ Japanese government line planned tho adoption of tho gold standard Idono of tho marvels of modern Btratcsinanskip r and marks that people ost among tho most sagacious nations of the earth Laggard China also seems to bo awak ing from her shyer dream ctf isolation and Is anxious to vo thocdfltoms du tics at tho treat gi plnctIe 1whenRussia it may bo assumed that her finances wIllbc4 informed to the gold standard I If wo turn from tho far orient to our own hemisphere vro will perceive n Amer1lcnnsthtcstem and escape tho losses entailed by an inferior and depreciated currency A dispatch a few days since from Limn informed us that Peru had not only BUS pended silver coinage but had passed n law ngainst tho importation of silver Columbia tins adopted tho gold stand arch while Chili Uruguay amid Brazil 4 mako gold unlimited legal tender and I dVUrnsi toblishcd by law though a deprecated paper currency prevents tho circulation of gold at present Theso movomncat gQigay to show that thoso nations wboaro Inrtoucji with European trado and mcrco feel the necessity of having theIsame monetary system and that their people are at n disadvantage bemuse of their fluctuating and depreciated homo currencies And yet while them nations admit frilly our inferiors iu wealth and in physical and intellectual progress aro y struggling out of tho bonds that hold j them back there nro thoso among us who yonld imperil our vast wealth and commerce by plunging us down to tho silver standard What mutt tho nations of the world think of such leadership and statesinanshipChicago TjrncJi Herald 1 Jmantho exponent of Democratic dootrino ri but n stern scnso of dnty to the freo ail r vcr and spoils Democracy of tho present t Vcompels us to portrny him in his truo colors It is not right that ho should to celvo tho enthusiastic mutations of t Chicago vlatf ho was fnlsd to ticaily oycry oiKC of the great an1 gborius principles wiiicis they formulated iu 1800 Whatright hnd Jefferson to pose as a Democrat anyhow What pretensions to Dcuioc 9 racy had n man who actually believed 1 In applying business principles and coininou seuso to national affairs who had old fashioned ideas rbout tho sa credncss of obligations who demotic tizcd sliver when ho saw it was ncces tsory far the public good and who WIlJIty civil service reformer fslhcrMr Jefferson instcml of prnixing him and to adopt resolutions rccitinc his various glaring heresies nUll formally rending him out of Iho party for it ia absolutely certain that if tim Chicago platform in to bo taken IIH tho oxi M Kion of tino Democratic dcctruO Tlionuifl Jefferson was not n Democrat mid muxt dcicciul from his pedestal us tlin father of Democracy Baltimore Sun A Standard or Ynlno Our monetary standard is nothing but n measure of values Upon its eta bility depend growtlaiu prosperity It must bo recognized as the very best abroad ns well as at honieit our no 4leadingtinno and develop Pllverllcfl Should Drop Jefferson v1It Is in vain to Invdko the authority Jefferson for tho coinage Of 60 edit bllars qr any other debasement of the F currency Our neb Democratic friends if they Wish to vindicate their claim to the title of old lino Dew d ocrats who havo Jefferson for their father will liavo to abandon their Idea of free coinage nt the ratio of 10 to 1 t or any other arbitrary rote bui if they will have a double Etuudnrd jntiko ftU2 t to 1 in order to bo honest in Iho pay snout of debts antI to conform to the no tun ratio in the vnluo of the two met- aL in tlio markets of the world itbc jug as Jefferson says a mercantile nrolilom nltooofjier Balllmoro SunrjI This Result Uqilroblor attemptfreeto 1 it would thereby glvo notice thixt wo are ready to exchange for all corners 1 a quantity of goldAvhich is valued at ml qunutity markets of tho Xvrld about 60 cents Iu a very sliffrt time all goldTOOuld disappear It would bo hmoardijait a premium or CQuutrica where jt is moro appreciated Oiji sil ver would remain our circulating medi um SYo would bo on n silver basis Our standard would bo a dollar worth littlu wore than CO cents in every country but our own All values would quickly adjust them selves to this depreciated dollar and would fluctuate with its changing value in international exchange Have Christians Triumph Chafing under circumstances as they ire defeats at once the mission thoso circumstnncea would fulfllfrta Onr own orpcrioijca and the occasion they offer or showing how Christians triumph Christina Staudcrd u I 1l4 Ii rV C Y Q U t iT u Ji ft I j af 8ee I r 231 t Q tht =a Ij TIME IF TRAIKfi AT fRUNOTON V Eftct1vc Dccmbcr 20 1891 i HWitH1 t1 0 S 4k 1011 a Il 1110112 Fb IIIs1 am p PRIMit 1rAiq PoT 1 t L4oV O 531 IImI No 91 111111111051 h h 40 II m- f NDCil 4401 ins 1 7JJ a m No gt lIort No Hr faftirairl W WKTJ1RIDGH Axenl i L v piTaltn0 R nfrctlva July 19 zSaIASf I3OVN- Ij o1ILI o F tv MrrnIdI Bij tin 741 Ii inatv 1iiHon sio5pia i nij p lrradueali ass pin iooam B ron in Ly tIWelllll 419 tint iflan 937 I ni lv Motlorvllto 24 pm 310 ui 104 j am 11 ArCrmral City SP n 4Dd A I11 Z2piflAr itdopni 7JJ a ii ii7l In Ar IIRclnnal W1StJO1ND C om njjam X Nor ND3 No 1CltlellHItII tiio p 1iI1D m 1 lv l nlivilB 1IS01lII 65S p m 8oJ a ni 1vCclltrICII III i5 m 1055 m fjopm 1 I 0j tjjpmlv14t Ir Viilneah UJilI1 jjram v opm- ArluMon juiinw JJOAm 7jopm to Ir Monlrh 64opw 710 I m Ar New Ol leant 7401111 7301111 AlIirA7n inn lllll No J an14 t1 Pull man HuK1 rrcllnlngclialreiiu Ulwwn Clntlllllltln1 NtwOrleln UlrNIconneeIIDII wad a1 all jnqcilnnsm0 EarIinIo 4pnintA Mws NotcS Pertonal Pamcraphs und Oilici liilnj at IjomcWoithy uSicc1iirMciulon V The RaitroadjicnicIs scHeduled to take place at Locli Mary on I SthlrtJil j Mr R N Clark and family havo ci c i1tMC to Kansas City Mo where thy will make a visit of some weeks to relatives f1Not aU the aaddlo horses arc weUga ted for pleasure riding and 1sappy is she or ho who gets one J I with Urn proper gait on The Western Pioneers Association i meets at Madisonvillc next l Tuesday May x8th as has been nnnounccd before in these columns pThuBachelor Maids held a pleas ant meeting with Miss Jennie Mc Qary Saturday afternoon although several of the members vtrc ab F sent Quite rf number of our young c cn praclicing horse hack riding sj cral evenings of 4 late There IS some talk jpl organ izing a riding club in the near fu Uuet The Enrlington base ball team c win play the Madisonvillo team at tfie latter placo this afternoon The Madisonvillo club ornanizcs today catcher4fromf Mrs jW Punning who had monthsi 1 occupied temporarily I store building OR Main Street after the fire hive moved back into the 0Gotlgh building their bid stand r wbkh has been put in good shape Jj Mr Isaac Davis had his residence J ion Ma5n Street treated to a new lcot of paint at the hands of that veteran of tim brush Charles Me TAddan last week which has added greatly to the local scenery of thatscction Sr Mr Eli Barnes who has been a citizen of our city for sqmclimc lastl experienced teamsters there seems noroom to doubt that Eli will clHel there as heretofore Tho livery rneH arC not Unhappy hat Earlington youths antI maidens are growing a great fondness t Jor torsobaking Let this true Kent14 kY1lport bo encouraged dnorQ anti tsn thingofdciight Ed Phillips left yfcsterday ohl for Bowling Green after dvisit to his parents here lits charge of the West Aber I coal t at tHat place Ed JAg bright young man arid his hero wish him abundant TRot ftwasin THE joffice Moadaiy and talked il ntttS 1 Ittle Ben waI- LIFrankfort at the election I ndwss accorded The spe fpf a feat among the floor House himself as confident the nomination for a Spthicge for Ilftx Cimti habit cUlldtakes weak pure Wou MIeru1su TO THE CIRCUS BaritUm Bailey Excursion to be Run on all Railroads BaiteyCircusville May 26 and for the notable occasion all railroads will make a special low round ticket so all I those who desire to witness the I Greatest Show on Earth can do Daariu hlCgestIn exhibitioninevcror will ever approach it for performance jicsg Of its menagerie and the wonderful display of its gorgeous equipment The shows require sixty big railroad cars for its tran- sportatloncmplos 700 people and pQssessosover 400 horses and half A hundred cages of rare animal ls daily expense arc over 5000 nd it annually instructs mid en patronAItcllidprisl5ingreat day for this vicinity and doubtless u largti crowd ill nvail themselves o the low rate and at tend the performance from this place DccoratlonDay lntisckyGc c pmlaimingay on yhich to celebrate Memo int or Decoration Day Tho Jaw is that when a holiday falls on Sun tho succeeding day is the one o be observed Attention is called o tho fact that it is the duty of each Post to attend in a buly Di vine services in somu church on the Sunday proceeding Memorial flay which will in ibis cata bo Sunday May 3oth- iVhccltor Horses Wlirjlini ispopulir and a mini her ul mw tlovulueK to this great sport arc promised with tin ad vent of settled spring weather But Earlingtons beaux and hells with the escort of proper and ap preciative chaperones have taken to the noble old pleasure of horse backing and promise to eclipse all record of wheeling devotees in this section Almost daily in the pleas ant spring evenings they come out in numbers like troops of calvary and charge the town or thc country or a neighboring town as their pleasure dictates It is good to manyhoofshealth and pleasure and to listen to chatter of merry voices up and down the streets and off to the highway Open Air Concert The Earhinton Cornet Bunt will give an open air concert in the band Stand Saturday night at 7 oclock The following is the program Grand MarchPaul de Vile Florric Schottische Inspiration Quadrille Darr Waltz Paul do Vile Gallop Prince Inspired Cootc Nearer my God to Thee approhation munityLet them have a good hearing The boys aro working hard Spring Races The Union County Fair Corn pany will hold a one days race meeting on june 12 A number of racers are already quartered at the track Below is the program of the days racing entries in each of which arc rapidly being filled ut Uaeo Knnnlng J mllo dub for a yearsoWS I11liebflla3d Kacc Jpen raca for rotters and pacers 3 In 5 4th JtacoCounl race for buggy horses J rolle beats Building a Railroad Madlsonville Hustler Col Charles Seymour left yes terday for Tennesse where ho goes to superintend the construc tion of the Tennessee Northern Col Seymour is an old railroadera and has helped to contract many railroads Ho is regarded as a engineerHemet Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as Ihojr cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear There is ouly ono way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of tbo mucous lining of the Eustachaln Tube When this lube gets inflamed you have a rambling sound or imperfect hearing and when It is entirely closed deafness Istlul result and unless ha inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nor mal condition bearing will bo destroyed forever nw cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an In flamed condition of he mucuous surfacior We wit give One Hundred any case tDeafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Care Send for circulars free F j CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Hahriiiin1hyPills arc tho best Subscribe for TilE BEE 1 7 DV TA Ilt to iste uyr NMlpat1nIi Cieaitms Ihi 141 Xmas i4inflM Ip IW ItIPI bat esmie astrsI- s4 bkfrN 141 tt ttM4l I1I3t litrais iitrl ca siN T sit ts S1- S tJ I a GS 1S KEWARDOFiOO Offered by the City for Arrest and Conviction of Burglars S ROUtfED JOHN M VICTORY CO Shot at Four Time In the Dark by NJjlit Walc man Cal I Morgan i Wednesdaymornipg about i shots were fired front the revolver of night watchman Cal Morgan at a fleeing burglprs- vhto possibly with an accomplice had the store ot Jno M Victbry Co on Railroad and Street Cal was making his usual rounds in his usual quiet manner and had just reached the corner when he heard inside the store a sound about like a tilt gnawing He Mopped and listened stepping Presemtlyhasteps of a man who approached time front dpor and tried the latch Cal then stepped out thinking it was ono r t the clerks As he stepped front behind the corner ho Camo into full view in tim strong l lampfhothe hack door Officer Morgan alstAveiit to tim rear limit the bur glar hail the start nUll before Mor gan got more titan half way of the building the fellow stuck Isis tionl around the corner ami peeped to rtc where safety was He then dodged and ran the other way on Morganfdark passway then ran front to catch a shot as he should come in to the light again As this officer reached the front of the store the burglar ran across the street and byrpeared Morgan liot twice more as the fugitive ran across Railroad Street taut tt is presumed that noun ol thu hhoti took effect Diligent Kiiarili fiiKd to discover anylhuig ixccpt that the fellow had taken refugu in uu oftthousc on Geo Hooscrs place on Railroad profuselyThethe rear second story window to which the burglar climbed with the aid of a goods box and a broad plank In breaking out the win dow glass he cut his right hand or profusely staircase and down stairs and where he stopped and listened leaning with Ins bjoody hand against the side of the stairway and the telephone to make sure the coast was clear Two theories art advanced One that there were two burglars and that the wounded man watched while the other rob bed and the other that the wounded hand vas bound up be fore the robbery began Officers Morgan who was on the scene action thinks there was oaly one man Others who were attracted by the shots saw the man who ran towards Hoosers but no other and there was only one avenue of escape A reward of one huridred dollars citylorparty or parties who committed the robbery of which amount Mr Victory will pay a part Lock the Door Uefore the horse is stolon Purify oniich and vitalize our blood and build up your physical iyslem before disease attacks you and serious sickness conies Hoods Sar saparilla will make you strong and vigor ous and will expel from your blood all im purities and germs of disease rake Hoods Sarsaparilla now Hoods Pills are tho favorite family ca thartic Easy to take gentle mild An accQustic telephone between the residences of the hoss editor and Mr John Rule was put up this week This makes three tele phones that enter the nag mans hpnsc and it is needless to State compoundshis largefeathertor Please set this in small type and plant it in an obscure corner coPYtOntlunlngwillpngendcr trouble Something to pepend On Mr James Jolter of tha drug firm of Jones Son Cowdcn III in speaking of Dr Kings New Discovery says that last winter his wife was attacked with La Grippe and her case grew so serious that physicians at Cowdcn and Pana could do nothing for her It seemed to develop into Hasty Consumption Having Dr Kings New Discovery in Store and selling lots of It be took a bottle borne and to tbo surprise of all she began to get belts from first dose and halt dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to do this good work Try it Trial bottles free L- ISt BamardDrug Store Kentucky Dental Assocfation The twentyseventh annlial mct ing of the Kentucky Dental Association will be held in Owensboro Tune IS6and 17 All thelead adjoiningStates Begin It dont begin you will never accomplish your desire Begin now and work for one of several of those easily won free trips to the Tennessee Centennial You can do it Read our great offer fret Trip YOU can go to tim Tennessee Centennial frco YOtILwillani i tajke sister brother wife children Road THE BEES great offfjr Of a fre trip to this magnifi tit Exposit nO 0 t a S Charge of Infanticide According to evidence that is c r unllist keabl a chifdi was born Saturday night or Sun d o Swinubyfbeen dead for Several years Tlic child could not be found The authorities discovered that Thomas Whitford was at time Womans house Saturday night Whjtford has been attentive to Mrs swinn y for twd or three years and lie was complicityinmaljn lodged in jaUnt Madisonvllle The grand jury began the exami nation ol witnesses in the case yesterday The unfortunate occurrence has cast adoml of gloom anti sadness over the town hut the misguided womans relatives have time deepest sympathy of the people in the en re cToTakn Iaxallvo Uromo Quininu Tablets All DrucRists refund the money if It fails lo Cure 250 For sale by St Bernard Drugstore Karlington Ky A prominent western newspaper Vecom ra end flax seed feA as ah excellent remedy for vtioopiti cough It may li nocnl but it is not to IHJ cumpar i with CliamlKr lain Cough Remedy Thil preparation will allay i1II violent fill of coughing and mako them less frf qnent anal less severe muclIImtklllrItcovery i3 nuicu quicker ion whtin Otis remrtly is gWen Tuna is no dilicer in giv ing it to small children ns it is a pleasant kyrup IOlrtIllII Inolhlnr iiijuilnus aj ifnd 311 cmltpr lioilln tiy St Her nird Drug Slurs Uailingtqn lien T Koli Inwn Morions Oap Grcirpo Kinf St Cliarlos New Time Card A new timo card will go into ef fect on Sunday next over this divi sion cf the L N Ic la not complete yet bunco THE BEE is unable to publish itv 1 Iii soutli hotind tllrVjligh altcrnoon trams will both arrive oarliui Trte lift tr tin will jitill c rth t nit nnl make illi stOjiH Ullh last Iran wi 1 be at it IIIMV IP Situ MDixie Hummer lirIigUtlh ai Ileii ilutson E rimiitibi anil Citnlilio ci thu Ikiulirsuii division Thavf fort is to got all passungers into Nashville at a comfortable hour Jhere is some one in almost every neigh borhood who is subject to attacks of pain in the stomach of bilious colic Mr J D KInney Warren Center Pa used to be troubled in that way lie says The at lacks were marked by terrible pains diarrhoea and fainting spells At suck times I suffered exceedingly until I began using Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rcmedy two or three doses of which effected an immediate and lasting cure For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlington Ben T Robinson Mortons Gap Geo King St Charles Solid shot has been fired at an American steamship by a Nicara guan gunboat The American was flying the stars and Mr Will Skiliman Duras Ky had sore eyes for years He tried many doctor oDd remedies and always failed to get relief until be tried Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve which cured him inside of our week For sale by St Bernard Drug Store Earlinglon George King St Charles Time Silverite Convention at Rus scllvillc Tuesday nominated Hon I H Goodnight for Circuit Judge and Hon J E Byars for Commonwealths Attorney lliiTI Tuliadu Njilt aiiil Kmokv limr lire tn7- To ij nit Uilu ci uanily hInt oiuvur La 111U4 untl lullof lire ncrvo unit vljjur Latin NoTo tan tlio wnnilurworlicr lliat malpn weak men strong All drugirtslti SOoortl Curocuaran Iced IlooUlct and sampla free Address Sterling Hcmotly Ca Chicago or New York Louisville base ball team is playing fast ball Tuesdays game gave the Colonels a tic for second place XSiliMiilo Your twata Vllh Cuarnrcl foreverIOe2SThe twentythird Ientticky Der by was run at Churchhill Downs Louisville yesterday Old Ueople Old pcoplo who Tcquiro medicine to regulate lEan bowels and kidneys Will find the lane remedy in Electric Hitters This medicine docs not stimulate and contains no whiskey nor other Intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels adding strength and giving tono lo tho organs thereby aid Ing Nature in tit i porforma icojof tIm fun lions Electric Hitters is an excellent appetizer and olds digestion Old people find It just exactly what they need Price fifty cents and ftoo per bottle at SI Ber nard Drug Slrr- cWedding Announcement Invitations arc out for time marriage at the Baptist church in Madisonvillc on Tuesday evening June 8th of Miss Mary Elizabeth Crawford to Mr William Earnest Rash The ceremony will take placo at 830 oclock Whet We Inherit Wo aronollo blame for Wo cannot be held responsible for Ilia dispositions and tendencies which wo derive from out an cestors nor arc wo responsible for the germs of disease which may manifest themselveg in our blood n heritage front former generations Out we are responsi blo if wo allow these germs to develop into serious diseases which will impair onr usefulness and destroy our happiness Wb are responsible if wo transmit to our de scendants the disease genus which II is possible for us to eradicate by the uso of Hoods Sarsaparilla Ihiono true blood purifier This medIcine has power tb make rich red bloodand establish perfect health in placo pf diseaso Splendid Opportunity It TennesseeGsltion Read THE BKESBplendid offer Go any tlmdyou like Begin liow 1 fityJesaftllh4sSt Bernard Store prices cannot bbeattS Al C s KENTUCKY CROPS Condition of Various Crops Throughout the State A LiVjt STOCK AND FRUIT PROSPECTS H tnowHugs Bad San Jose Scale i BUREAU OP AORICULTUHE FRANKFORT Kv Reports from 139 corscsppndents representating 91 counties to our Commissioner of Agriculture indi cate the following crop conditions to May ist- Wheat on an average is in ex cellentconditlonthe lowest conditions existing in Western Kentucky Tho oat crop showed luite unfavorably but the close bf April barely lound the rop sown and the condition is- herefore not very apparent To insure even a fair crop time rainfall must be above the normal until cropProbably per cent of lime corn crop was planted prior to May ist than ever before The recent favorably weather has been made lisa of to the fullest extent by the Jarmcr3 Tim acreage for l897ir estimated at 85 per cent of tlifl acnjage of 1896 About 25 per cent of this 1896 crop is still in farmers hamlr Corn is scarce and thu price has wattri thy ad vanced A short acreage of tubaccu is indicated and thu condition ol i ilaitleds is only lair Jut it is likely tliHt hit fanner will inaluntlieir old mistake antI utimit lated hy the anticipated shortage 1 cropThft been Vtryfavorablu to clover and other grass seed sown tins spring andI thu result is thu most perfect s startil6btaincl yearsa reportedintion of peaches i ml reports arc ver rnnllciing in regard to this f ruitoLIveAtock The condition of live mock remains generally good Catllo mul sheep arc in excellent demand at full prIces Hogs are plentiful not preynlenc have f come to stay in many lo calities ltis gratifying to note an improved demand for horses after a a long season of depression Good bores are now in demand and sell ing at a price winch while still low is far above the ruling price for several years Chinch Bug and San Jose Scale In addition to tho presence of Chinch Bug already noted in the counties of Livingston and Mason we know from personal observation that the exists in con siderable numbers in the counties of Marion and Washington and them is reason to believe that all portions of the State infested las- tyjcpitJn the pest Farmers are to watch closely and as soon as the advent of the bug is notedapplication should be made ExperimentalStation of fungus for diseasing jtS I It is greatly to be deplored that the San Jose Scale has made its appearance nthe State its pres ence having beyond doubt been discovered in the county of Warren The bill intended to eradicate it has passed the Lower House of the General Assembly and will no daysNurcryrncn should keep a sharp lookout for any unusual appearance of their trees and when its presence is sus pected the Met should be at once reported to Prof H Garman of Lexington Ky who under time provisions of the bill is made State Entomologist and charged with the duty of taking the nec c ravagesProfinteresting bulletin on time Scale which bditad free of charge on application to him LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture Seventy million people know Hood I Sarsaparilla purifies the blood strengthens the system and gives good health Everboili inIYa two CoscircU Candy Cathartic thu must won derful medical dtscovcry of tho ngc cant and to tnate act gently and positively em kidnoyslliver and bowels cleansing Wt colds cure tovor habitual consUpatlon and bllloutnea A otttCatod y10si60cents Hoiol ana guaranteed tocur9 by druggists Mr Wm Barnett anti Willie dlysaturAn ey a foran eye and a tooth for a tooth Is thtf old Mosaic doctrine but the doctors pf today save the eyesight by applying Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo It cures all forms of sore eyes and granulated lids It strengthens weak eyes For sale by St Bernard Drug store Earlington Ceo King St diaries Sundayforspend several weeks Arsenic Is the poison most chill tonics contain Dr Dell Ieppermint Chill Tonic does not contain arsenic or any poison Ii makes bono and flesh for children II cures chills so they stay cured For lalol1S Bernard Drug Store Earl ingioa GiXingSt Charles iTo ooPer Month Offered to Jicass Ladyor Qcntiem ntgfltiio aid an ex ccllent scliQol worl whifch is now being in every county in the IinmtcdStatcs Call onM M GILMOUR General Agent at Dawson Springs Ky or address Student vgtor 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who were unable tl the regular tuition of the Col As has been the rule for so n years this institution willag issue a number of Free and Patti Scholarships For the season oiL twentyftvctwentyfive free entitling time hold ers to free instruction for one school year andone hundred partial scholarships being a liberal re duction from the regular college rates These scholarships arc issued only in the Piano Violin Vocal and Dramatic Departments Allscholarships arc awarded by examination strictly upon merit sp TO WEARER you 4 The House The The and MIL Our Crcat Bargain di- I5 IBurraPolsiaBops Jidonls Suits Sizes 3 to 15 wltl extra pair of pants 2293 Ie I ImrorttdWool3 to 9 ot g Mtde up doublebreaiteI with fancy with left ltbck Twill Sitecn and Wale Binds ui Work nuuhln U ExpressMoneyag t or for his its Money refunded It lOt atamp for laID I l pIu tape meuure mUSUMI blanks Ie I TiresI 1 t 8 01 3 Ghar UII I 4J TRIP SS I Matting Iib Rugs Curtainse selections at lowes Bernard Store 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reduced prices though fully covered by gtiaranteesiff 3Call and see him before purchasing North side eHftffte M BTINI3aMADISONVILLE KY il Ssxoxio j r A WALKER TWYMAN rL rwMairiJroet 4 INGTc1rc 0 r A complete Stock of 7 i VYifcStoves AND TINWARE Cr LI II SS 5I9n n E T HALSEY PRESIDENT W C NONES VICEPRESIDENT W M GRAHAM sECy BEN W ROBINSON GENI Mall = I Bird Eye lUT9DCoal Co I i Wliitley ROSENBURGER ycmItS rIN3FS Telegraph A1dres iIJELLIC01NN i5 cILUMP OF BIRD EYE GOAL fSMIINEBS AND SHIPPERS OF Sal JELLICOFroi The wellknown Jellico Vein E ANflERPOOLUnsu1passed bothas a 1m i anda Domestic Coal E Sole Miners ofthe FamousBIRD EYE CANNELi to and r a PLEASE ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO THE UUUUU44J-l1 Ir Kfv wI IUa oWha Had n lnIfile Who Eiilo Read Htatorjv democrats mvo been nu oYosO this year In eulogies ol ii and Jackson They Imro at iptco ito make it nppcar to thosc t I Doraocratlo instiiicti thnt it 1m ti the regular thing tot 100 years to rnratIo lbde nel to champion sil ret puIleap1noey Jeffersons oppo sltlou to cheap money toad repudlntipj t debts nnd of ncoiungi atio which should niwnya bo kept clca o tbo natural or market ratio has been laM dear during the Inst fpw months DcmocrntJiO tcccntsIJCtbj09nsr PciiUcKce after calling attention to hi not that prqylpQS Jp187Qp Americai atcsmau of jroycjwjy approved of the enrfl doctrine Hat government cni ftilttiin bimetallism regardless pflat ill rntipfi at como length upon achspus ipqitition pa money tuid cur rntrT increJAWhat saId QfpoUhole presented by tlio fo1ocr of jjry fc when they mot on tho 8th of Jnnua n to cnloRiz Jackson Yfho courageous oYHUYO paused K enough in their njault on tbo pros rity of tho conutnrto Inquire why 4t ros during JnoksoJ ndmlwUbratiqn ho ratio was changes front 15 to JO to I It ny they teach Aho people wo had concurrent circWotion of gold mid Ivcr froni tim piftsago of hft act of 1 V11 tothosi ciisjonof the coin Irr ollnr In 1873 why ago loadc Aro they igup i thcjf disguise tho fact that bf Joa gold r1ativcJy to BHdcrrolncd end went out of uu because it Was wprth n lit AU na bullion than as money Do forget or do they suppress thft fact lot sold remained out of circulation kmpro than 00 years priprtp 1834 Am they uninformed or do they acealytho fact that statesmen illusM iris lu Democratic nnuala jfor many cars prior to the administration of acksou advocated the restoration of tho old currency Havo they never real fclory or do they withhold thottut1 en theyignore tha fact baHbo bonk the United Staks selfishly opposed Hcstoration because the people wonld its hank notes to currency so Uy and Inconvenient as sliytr It j Jackson who saw tho necessity for ilonxnnd who struck the blow which jicd tho bank and brought hard by to tho pockets of tho pcoplo It Tbomas II Bcnton speaking for wrwiuietratlon of Jackson who do roll in th sennto that the only way rush tho power of tho bank was to store gold to circulation nero was io necessity and tho only reason for 10 passage of tho act of 1834 establish DR tho ratio of JOtola JTho similarity between thu discus n took plnco in 1834 and tho tiscussiou which took place iu 1800 is triking and instructive Hard money Democrats in supporting tha policy of Akson advanced tho same arguments liicb the sound money Democrats ad Lccd in supporting the policy of Ivcland If the hard money Dem fats Insisted that tho undervaluation uy tho act of 1703 forced it out I circulation tho sound money Dem cratBinBistcd that the proposition in TTJblcago platform to ovcrvalno sll i if carried into effect would bring tat thavSnino result t id lit rocogthltcommerelnlnojtHy way to restore gold to circulatibn was tochaugo tho ratio tho sound juiou cy Democrats recognized that tho ifreo of silver at tha ratio of 10 to iThai lira market ratio was 33 to i Irodld result inevitably iri silver mono jictalligrn If the hard money Dem icrau contended ithat nil mankind had predilection thoEound mono y DciriocraU contended that a gold itaiidard was preferable ton silver audard If tho hard money Democrats currencyhenTkjiiR tho coinage ratio 10 to 1 when o BSfkct ratio was 1808 to 1 tho und money Democrats resisted tim jiMHB1 JK 9vcrvaiuo silver so as to force thorctircnjcutof gold If thohard money Democrats after tho passage of tho net of 1834 pointed with pride and exultation to tho prosperity which fol lowod tho restoration of tho gold currency the sound money Democrats have never faltered in warning their countrymen of tlio disaster which would follow its retirement Tim trntlfia tho country is indebted to the hard monoy Democrats of whom Jackson was tho chief for tho gold standard I could go on and show how ho act of IBM hud an effect exactly op posite to that of 1703 how under tho npcrntiona of tho same ijiflcsiblo economic law gjold went out of circulation dndcr tho ono Dud silver under the otli kt how congress in 1863 on account of 1 the rctircmcntof silver was forced to 4ccun it OB subsidiary noncy Ju order to supply the people with small change md how the silver dollars ceaucd to flow from tho lnts and gold was coined in great quaiititlcs Dot thin is for oign to my text My purpose is to show that tho ad vocates of ho Chicago platform havo Wo right to conjure with the uamoQf Andruw Jnckson That platform pinS JIQ precedent in the history and traditions party It promises n new dispensation in monetary science never dreamed of in the philosophy of its great leaders I Gold pod Sliver NuggiU First Therp is not n free coinage country in tim worM today that is not on a silver or paper basis Second Thero is not a gold standard country that does not uso silver as money along with gold Third Tlicrp is not asilver standard country fbnt Uses gold along with silver Fourth Thorp IB not a silver standard country that has morp thou one third M much money in circulation per capita as the United States Fifth There is not p silver standard country in whiph the laboring man re ceives fair pay for his days labor Sixth Thero is nptn silver standard country iu which interest rates nroJot higher than in gold countries Sovcnth Nearly all civilized coun tries havo turned from a silver to a gold standard during the past century None boa turned froin gold to No Cause Flit Anxiety For our sins pf tho past Christ has jMll lie penalty vPcr the Jcinptattons cf la future IIi Jiiw iroyid fpvfrcoui UIr f rut i fcd yljj jiicd nVJaiuh is thiii ilHi4n 11C ucild worth wor 4 I Ilf 11PJt 1 ibi t thrlctluli fluI jitrjita itsictj 1 W T Ellis r iY18 MILK CHECKS of n Dalrr a Lend Mine Lead i unit of Some Queer rooplo Who tVnnted Wnjos ncdaced There was onco u dalrymanwho did a largo and prosperous business Ho was known and respected by q largo community and nearly nil the peoplo who know him did business with him I do not know what his real fiamo was but they called him Uncle At tho tony dny when these things happened Icro was very little money and people used bar load bullets and tobacco for change Finally Uncle HaLVh was n rather unusual character rend a PM tngo In Qno of Aristotle worH ru Rnrdto tha invention of money thnt it was aftqrwarddctcrmiuad iu valuo by l men putting a stump on itnprller- I thntttmaY81VO the trouble of it ISoUnclo Sam built a stamping mat chiqp would fitamp out ini Eu- glIhenuy8worthI of lead qnd was worth A pit pf l1nkI1S ho was then self boIjinltu l mon tuid servants took their pay in tlious Pooploal80soldhlm their cows for t iem and Undo Sam sold milk for them Sometimes tim people used tim lead txmhns for bullotsnnd for weights but Undo Sam didnt carp ycry jiiueli Althpngh it did cost buns something to eointJtcm ho had passed them at heir lead tlluo In fact Undo Sam would cxchongo coins for bar lead at any time ucgl for weight as a matter of pub lip convenience Somo other people made coins Jn n mold opcasiqnallyc but pcoplp generally voigh them Jii order to flnS whether they were as hpavy as UnclP jSaiqls pplns Uuclp Sam said ho didutiCarohOw mnuy coins they made nndowouhd take them himself it they weightA diecoycrc not yery far from Undo Sams nnd lend went downjrt prico to about half what it hind Wen A greafejnany pcoplo wp bad fionip of UnpJQ Ham lead began to wppdpr What ho4was going to do about the matter The phtts wcro Wprtbi on ly a halfpenny noV They discovered that Undo Sam was still receiving them for n pennys worth of milkaud that hP was continuing to pay them out to his workmen Just as before His baplua xas ciilargiug and Jto was Etfunpluonti these hecks W larger npmbcrs 4baftqvqr People sold bpl hay apd WWIJ Qrthow ftt the mIne rate for bd said that ho intended to maintpiii io parityof lila checks and tho People didnt uso his chteks fpr bullpts now fdr bar lead cost only half jniji much And Undo Sam request t4 not to mako ouy of these checks out Of bar Joed for ho didnt like tp accept halfpenny checks for n penny unless ho had paEscd them off on the public for a pennys worth pf ipbpr TbQuext thing of note that happened o UhClp Sam was this The people who owncxj tho lead miuo heard about lila and they got up a convention coulqIl1tbedongood old prices They proposal that Undo Sam should coin tlm wholQ out ut of their miuo frco and let them cart away Jtho checks siuco they owned tho load They tried to mak i Undq AtPtO- hiovoha this would double the prlco of lead and he could go right on doing business as if nothing had happened Tlierqiwas also some talk to tho effect that pcoplo couldnt pay their debts unless tycouId get somp cbcoj money tOPI1Y Wit Thq VQrkiiig pepplpwcrp gofing a a day and any of them thought thcso lea4PC fltJlhcy weN getttha were too good would buy too Juuph qt tho store1 They joined tho ftoq coinage moycraont in ptder tQ iYopIywithin view of restoring load to its old pricp BO pcoplo could pay their obtain cheap money They4id they would trpsaluek to got their wages doubled shook4holzbeads J cpnldut carry tho vholo lead output at WCCI1t market value They were confi put that if ho should attempt to do EOrlio lead coins would soon pass at their junk value This would upset credits pUll business nndjuin the whole commpnity When I finish tho translation of this story IUd learn how the tauglo was set tlcdjilyill write ngnIlIl rancis B Niphcr in St Louis GloBoDcmocrat IVlilch I tho GooMT A certain man had tho good fortuno to possess a goose that laid him a gold en egg every day Uut disappointed with the income and thinking to soizo the wholo treasure at once ho killed thogooBn and cutUps her open found herjust what any other goose would bob Much wants more ond loses all Silver Standard a Drawback LeroyBeanlieu tho French econ OlD 1st writing Je J ho Jpurnal es De batssas ho considers Japans udbption of thcxoidfitaHdartj to bQ cpmplpt- orcfntatIuugt t lO ln j4J thbpry a drprccjotcd uipuplart Staudurc gives temntonllUnde CbrUty Obituary The uiostEublfmo over pen ned Pf juan were tIitsqwords concerning tho Sno1fHd went apout doing good That same IcstiihOny may be offered concerning us for our Master payp Invo given you an example that yp should do as I have done William T Ellis Fraying For the Vattor The critic would gctjnorpgoo4 out of n cnnon if ho hioiiesUyttu4 earnestly prayed for his pastor before gcing t- olrPrcibytcrinn An Dtuofa flprreocjr Duil placethefoirn Ijasis The constant reissue of tim greenbacks ps often ns received by tho hithiniiceViThe Etr mea Jesus tyucllcd tho extremes of life lie was cradled in n maiigpr and burled in a borrowed tomb Tlu rtoro lid imow cUt our Crane Ho rcmembcretl that wo are dust Ho was in all points tempt lIQtoufiurenddphla Methodist j PElt CAPITA MONEY I DO PRICED DEPEND UPON AMOUNT OR UPON KIND OF MONEY S Facts Whkh Will Help to DI pet tho Jloro MOle Delusion Somo rosen For the SHverito Vroteuom Who Arc Conducting tho Notional Financial School Why Are Irce High and roc Capita Money tow In Sliver Standard CojuitrIi 81iln JdDeppfalnJ1a Be Included In EitlmaUnx Amount of Money Which AffecU Frlcci One of tim numerous fallacies upon which tho free silver delusion is found edis the assumption by all silvcritcs nnd cheap money advocates that prices are regulated by tho amount of money iu circulation and that there is any neo essary relation between prices and amount of money When driven from ono position the blmctallists tako ret ogo in another just as insecure and il logical Jut perhaps n little more hid den by sophistry The more enlighten ed ainong thorn do not now assert that to douhjo tho amount of money is to double prices They generally admit that tho rapidity of circulation and tho use of credits affects the efficIency of money and prevents an exact statement of relation between amount of mono ey and goods but that more money un doubtedly means higher prices and vice versa The jycr capita idea of money so prev Blent with silvcritcs is disproved in many ways Statistics of prices and nmonntiof money per capita in use in different countries at tho same or at unyccrtriln Thuf prices declined in the world npllu tbi8ppuntry very greatly siuco 1800 or 1853 or J873 tho amount of money in uso has increased cam mously From a per capita circulation of 300 in 1800 1408 in 1853 nnd 1810 in 1873 wo now havo ono of 23 and this notwithstanding tho greater raphlity of of modern del lava and tho vastly improved and cx- tenedisoof credits Will home more money advocate please explain this gfeat fall of pric sin connection with th grertt Increase in per capita money Again tho per capita circulatjon of the t64 standard countries of the world isabout 18 that of the silver standard countries only about 430 Will some of the eilvcrito professors who aro conducting flnanoial schools in west era and southwestern states explain to their classes why prides in silver stand aid countries are about tWleo as high as in gold standard countries although the pa capita circulation is less than xplainthatwhichnoney is made has much more to do with prices than tho amount of money Jn use Wilt they tell their elms es that gold has always been more val uabloV Tvoight for weight than silver audtha it has recently become 88 times oa valuable while most of the coining ratios of tire world were established when gold was only 15 or 10 times as valuable as silver Will they then explain that the value of both gold and sliver bullion is fixed in tho Jong run by tho cost of production and therefore the value of bullion docs not do pet upon the 1ul1IUjof money in circulation Will they try to mako it clear that if it tokes five hours of labor to fly9hourof gold ono product will exchange for tho other that is the price of whent- will botl per bushel under our present standard Will they then add that if it prodmako ft dollar that tbo bushel of wheat vlll not exchange for less than two sliver dollars and that this is the reason why prices are higher in silver standard coputries Will they explain the origi nal American financial policy which was to keep the coinage ratio as dose as possible to the market ratio Will they nsk tbo members of their classes to vote to restore this thoroughly Amer policyIf professors and cheap money statesmen who are con ducting the national financial school fall to answer tho preceding questions perhaps they are willing to explain what kinds of monoy aro included in making up Jtho amount pf money which affects prices pops it include all kinds of government or stntQpaper money ns well ias gold and copper coins Does itriucludP bank notes which form Tk considerable proportion of our present circulating medium If you includo government end bank notes why not include bonk credits Aro not more ex change and greater exchanges effected by moans of checks than by means of either paper money or coins Is it not as easy for ono who has credit do posits fti a bank to buy and soIl as it ho had money in his pocket Do these credits or deposits necessarily consist of monoyat nIl If aman has that amount of property cau ho not bve1OOOOOO credit wjth ibis bank on which to draw checks at any time Cannot such a man buy and soU on n largo scab without theushouldmaking up tho per capita circulation pf a country the classes of tho national financial school can pass on examina thou oil those per capita questions wo will prepare a set of questions on other subjects as for instance the cause of high and low interest rates the ndvuu tagesOf high prices the blcssiugsof chenp money fite7Byron W Holt Important IIudncM Appoint your committees Mr Reed ndVIICIIthoTxvq great subjects arc now pressing upon tho house for consideration Ono is thd bankruptcy billand the other is currency reform Only the Truth hlvetJpsiutrot1coc to ft human mind that con east op pIta opposing error Tho nega tive and teaching zany in maybeplPployedBat t9 depend upon the negative alouo will prbyp illusive The higher lifo pee plo aravpt ikdy to bo much affected byrnero critlpjem and tbo lower lIfo plo ore too apt to iokp a kind of cojtnforlput of it and to defend their loci of progress by contending that progress upward is limited in this lifo and tacitly nsBumotboy have reached that limit Prosbytorion Banupr The Smile of Greeting Why do wp not always smile when over wo meet tho eye of n follow being That flitho truftrecognition which ought to pos4 from soul to soul constantly tittle children in simple communities unconsciouslyThe does It It is Ifko magical nil through that simple land the perpctnl1I greeting on the right hand and time left J between strangers as they pass by each t other never without a smile Helen I riot I o It = The Intorckt Barometer It will pay silvorltea who want cheap money that is money at low rates o- fintrpstto study tho rates of interest charged Jn gold and silver standard connttics and to compare tim avcragd rates of jfutoresi on certain classes of loans in sound money states which never favor repudiation and in states which favor free coinage and which sometimes favor repudiation of debts It is difficult to get exact figures of in terest rates in different states and coun tries but the statistics obtainable are not favorable tor tho farmer who votes for free silver with tho expectation that it would enable him to borrow money at low rates of interest According to tho last census tho average rate of interest on farm mort gages in 1800 was 700 cent Tho rate has undoubtedly declined sInce then except perhaps in certain states which ore voting and legislating against capital Tho rato is also higher than that on most other classes of securities It is probable that the average rate of interest in this country is now consider nblo less than 0 per cent In England Franco Germany and many other gold standard countries it is undoubtedly less than C per cent Vfa have however put tho rate on tho barometer at 0 per cent In Mexico Central and South Amcr lean countries and in most other coun tries on n silver basis tho rates of Interest will piobably nvcrago moro rather than lest than 10 per cent Statistics on ordinary loans on farm mortgages are not available for comparison in these countries Perhaps the best available are those prepared by Professpr Irving Fisher and published in August 1800 by the American Economic association These show only market or bank rats of interest iu London Berlin Paris New York Calcutta Tokyo and Sluing hai for a series of years and of course thcso arc far below tho average rates Professor Fisher finds that thq Average bank rate of interest from 1875 to 1870 was tt8 per cent in the four gold stand ard countries and 101 per cent in the three silver standard countries In silver standard countries tho rate had fallen hut little the nvcrago for 18704 being 107 per cent In gold standard coun tries tho rato had fallen over 25 per cent orfrom 52 in 18704 ThOse facts tend to show that thero is some good reason why interest is lower In gold jitandardcpuntrics They are confirmed by the further facts that many largo loans arid eomo small ones mado in silt vcr standard countries are jnndo pay able in gold and at rutes of interest far below those prevailing Quo of the al leged reasons why Japan has changed from a silver to n gold basis into obtain lower rates of interest on loans which she wished to negotiate Thcrq is moro in this subject otchcap money than some silvcritcs dream of Tho best money is in fact tho cheapest the borrower thinks otherwise letIIf have his cheap money arid pay tho increased rates of interest charged for it Byron W Holt Tho National Financial School Tho National Financial school is tho name of nil organization which is making somo headway in tho niklflla northern states and perhaps also in ohm cv sections of the country Its ostensi blo object is to conduct nonpartisan study of American finance Its pros pectus however contains soino expres sions such as restoration of n thorough American financial policy which indicates tjio real object of tho pro meters Time organization WAS recently extended into Boone county Ind where povcn financial schools besides tho advance school and tho county school are now in operation caclnvith presidents secretaries instructors and directors Tbesp financial schools should bp en couruRed by nil sound money men nnd organizaltons There is no moro cer tnlnvny of ridding tho country of tho 10tolCr than by educating tho voters on tIme money question If tho schools nro real schools and not merely lecture rooms thcro cannot bo too ninny of them As they aro nonpartisan books and literature on both sides of tho sil ver question should bo provided for their use In this connection time sound currency committee of tho Reform club 63 Willjam street New York city of fers to send frco of charge a limited supply of literature to the officers Qf any of thcso schools asking for same Send for its literature and bo ready to vote intelligently on this question should it be up for settlement the next cou gressional and presidential elections Another Blow For Silver Tho Peruvian government in April suspended tho coinago of silver and do elded to prohibit its importation after May 10 It is probable that Peru wish ed to borrow money and that she could not do po while on n gilvcr basis with out paying very high rates of interest The Shy locks of Europe refused to loan ntluw rates and to tako chnuccs of los tug moro by tho depreciation of sliver than thoyWould gain from tho interest Oh these wicked grasping Shylocks who refuse to loan monby nt n 1csh Mexican Kndeavorcri Several Mexican societies have circa lating libraries nnd report excellent servIce from the loaning of Christian books among outsider Time temperance committee of tho Christian Kwlcflvor society At Chihua hun rcpcrjtfd at tho last business meet Ingof the ijocinty that it had daily re membered tho drunkards in prayer In Mtrida Yucatan mnuy of tho rnemlxis ofa largo OCletyhrQ Roman CaUtoltift jtivni tills Eocicty 11 persons have Lcc members of tho church dnriugUho past year The president of tho society Jn San brtrcti Zaiatncas reports that JIi pledge has hecu tho means of induciifg time church members to take p iu mcctiuga as nothing else has beennblt todo Kzpect Great Tlilnc Expect great things from God pail also expect tb least thugs for tho icatJst of faith Is shown nbvnttliol- east laattciilPcorlo wiHwtlriid3eir meal is imro tobo nreJTjJmnvp not ho hoar jo expect that God will take Bomo Binall bunk Reformed Jhurclj Messenger T rplE Mfcl CRY IT CO SfROMFJRME Wi Y It RE LMOIU1ARl on EY CE TJiojMRjr B DIlstQltcn ns to tharCoiuo tinajKcinciXr uIotii to the CxUt enco af Their Troulilo 1VJfiy Intcrc t J nigh Id tho Went and BoathStotbtlu of tanking rower IQ T ISTor tltSttila Upon tracing the mnovom ut for a larger volume of cIrculation back fot a sCore of years it will bti found Uintit has invariably manffcsfcd grcatcifc strength in tho agricultural sections of the country Obviously then wo must seek for the underlying causes in these communities When the Bubjcotis analysed it will DP observed that this ground for discon tent at existing conditions lies in the fact tlotno lthstiwidlnR igicntly im proved means of production notwith standing greater facilities and materially reduced rates for the transporta tion nud distribution of prodlatsUl- oagUcuJturistupoJwbo1J1llnrgq apart of our economic system Isdopcnd cat finds himself generally spooking after a twelvemonth wprk no farther ahead than at tho beginning of tim year and in mummy instanced his sjtatus ia worse Through the talhuo to make n proportionate income he lies not been able to reduce but bra in fact obligationsIt ii tho case throughout the laud nor are nit agriculturists entitled to equal credit for care and economy Many cases them are doubtless where sympathy is not deserve but in most of tho cornmnui tics where discontent prevails the rca son hero given is the true one tho dissertations of self satisfied theorists to thocontrary potwithstandtn Numerous mado by painstaking investigators warrant tho statement that tbo unequal distribution oi capital Bnd of money and the cease qucut grosa inequnlty in interest rates are the phtef cause of tho inability to carry pa tbo important business of agri culture profitably Tho sections of the country polling thQ largest silver voto in 1690 have generally speaking insufficient credit facilities Thft IImlll farmer who ad vancing from tho condition of turin In bor r sow n larger measure of indo pendcncp and greater comforts for his family is not only compdlcd tq mort gage lila realty frequently at rates as high AS IB per cent but la under tho necessity of borrowing upon his pro 81J crop Having no banking offico to call pob ho turns tp time storoke p- erwbocXtcndscrcdlt for thp needed suppliesand taxes tbo borrower first for upon tho loan second in tho way of increased prices for staples fur JIBbed and finally in tho way of dis coantaor commissions upon the product of tha farm turned in as payment Thcso items not infrequently aggregate 80 per cent upon tho actual credit ex tended and in a very largo number of CCECS the total exceeds 20 per cent It is perhaps unnecessary to add that business of flay kind under such condi tions would bo unpofitablo Is it then surprising when tho agri culturist who knows little relatively of thoprinciples of sound finance imagines that mi increase in the Volumo of money would benefit him Is it to bo wondered at when he hears or roads of money po Jng begging at 2 per cent in tho metrop olis ho fancies that by some hocus pocus Wall street is constantly striving tohlm40WnIt to teach him other wise to teacU him that he prosperity of limo commercial centers is closely mt totworcuwitb hsI in fact largely dependent upon his welfare but the lesson can only bo brought homo to him by the Introduction of moans through which his own prosperity shall bo as sured For oven as it is impossible to interest a starving man In tho plan of salvation so tho debt ridden farmer con only acquire faith in our views of sound fliVjucp when relieved of his present on erous hardens To him a system which operates so unequally as tho existing one does must appear not only unsound but absolutely tyrannical Any change ho feels would bo for time jotter Con sequently the southern farmer demand ed tho reinstatement of the state bank note system four ycara ago null last year tho freocoiuago of sliver appeared to him ho best solution of tho difficulty Thp remedy is manifestly not to be found in nny form of inflation of our circulation but In providing by legisla tion or t therwlso J1ereased facili ties both for long terra loans upon mortgages and short term creditupQn crops and a better distribution of the circulation which we have i In tbisrns in many other matters wo must refer for guidance to human expo ricuco elsewhere In no country lids the gystcniof advancing short time credits to agriculturists reached time high state of development which is found In8cQtI laud Tho Scotch banker lam learned that tho farmer is under a well guard ed system as fairly entitled to credits to float hs venture as tho merchant or tho manufacturer Scotland has ono banking firm for each 4000 of population and n ratio of banking capital to total resources of banks of 1 to 13 By this economy in the uso of capital tho banks are able to dcclarct dividends averaging fully 10- per cent Vyhilo giving credits ordinarily nt ratm rarely exceeding 4 percent and ovftry hamlet in tho kingdom hiss n bankind office within its liDtsortn its iruniQdintp vicinity Takiiig the states pf Alabama MIHSiQI sippi and Arkansas ta an will bo found that theses havo about OOO population and 171 banking institutions iuclndtifg private bnukcrsI withrt total capital4f toItat resources 40000000 or a ratio capital I tp resources about 1 to 9 18 end end banking office to 38000 of pop nlationj Tho rcosoii for exorbitant interest rates JtIQ last mentioned soctionja BKB Cooking A boiled egg should bo either soft boiled qr hard enough for the yolk to crnpibl to bo easily digested An no thorlty upon egg cooking says that boil ed eggs to bo nt their best should not bo boiled nt nIl If Desired hard they should txx kept in water ust bplbw the boiling point for 20 minutes For soft eggs pat thom in cold water mid when reaches the holing poiutthp egg should bo taken out nnd it will bq found crpamy and delicate Whet poaching eggs to make thorn into n liPJ ehapq but one egg B pnld bo cooked a time After water begins tobOIlrnpid1y stir it around until watAttdrOlJtmptfouiciltIIO IxJiling Water will forum n covering of white around time nnhrokcn yplk Exohanco A ConfcMlon of Tnlth L bqliovp iu tha fpthiOrhit cofGodI boIlQQillICooMbvc I believe itho IJnworldIYj tf lifcelikvoi to ihp prOlIIJrJf au1fplIQiCmrltI Jp CHpiniipa R time TigBitOBstecsa of Uptt Ian Nacjlarctr iw obvious And it will out inno to exist unless porno menus Of economizing cap providediidCompctltiou to rpfluce rates Tbicomp trollot of tlip currency in this nuiinal report for 1800prcsvntsv table shdw lug tlio Banking power of tho scvcraLi states nUll territories from which tho following abstract Is compiled to Illus irate this point moro forcibly vsManANgtso rwsn rsIuLlnA tmT ED STATE 100rr Nation Ixvn- nlitato and and trust BoTf private com togs hanks panics banks Al- Lnttedfltnt523 1003 J2001 VOOO Mnzlmum HhoJo bland 13184 dIMS 1GST5 0710- 3ttlnlmnm Ar tansaa tEll 480 8 Now Ejicland- Rtatra taOO MCJ 1S3CO SS00 I middle Btatos C014 v73 tILtS 1270- 0MHOuthcmntatcd ITta 04 00 14TO central Mates 4314 2U 001 M89 Ulwctftem sinteaLSo lffl 0057 4 PaclOo SOCO 7357 Tho great disparity between tho baukjua facilities is seen at n glance The six New England states with nn DStlmntcd population 1800 qf 0200 000 possess nenrly 70 per cnpitnthn 13 southern states with 20000000 population show barely 18 per capita or 23 cent of tho former Including savings bnnks amid loan nud trust com panics the ratio is materially rcdnotd time south showing only 7 percent of thp aiuonut given for Now England An olyzing tho items given in tho lost eel won nsistntcd in time comptrollers ta ble it ia found that tho states mid ter ritories representing 70 per cent pf the population have less than OQ of time cntlrp banking power estimated at- 1G700000000MuuriceJi Muhlcuiati in Now York Herald Freo Coinage Demand Ia HUl adleK If pay advocate of time free coinage of silver dollars or copper dollars or Iron dollars at any ratio 10 to 1 mOre or leSwill agree to stop thcrcnnd ask nothing more I for ono nro prepared to meet him nnd in thntwny tostop the present contest Who wpnlo want thorn Not ono of these men will consent to free coinage on thoso tqruia Not one of them fould lx satisfied Not oic of them would then get what ho IIJattcr nndcrtho pretext that froq coinage and equal rights of gold pad ttllvar are nil that ho wants I challenge nny one to find on advocate of frcocolnoKoat 10 to 1 on these simple terms that both gold mind silver should be treated aliko that both gold anti silver coins shall be maAx for anyone who takctho bnlliontb tho mint to any number that hoWanta I challenge any ndvocato of free coinago to dciif that freo coinage pnrp Bd tdIplo is not what ho jlcmonda and pot pile of them will darp Jo meet this chnl Jenpe This demand for free coinago is n cover intended to conceal tho true pur pose of those who ask it Most of those who support this measure havo been de ceived and misled Let such men put time question to any owner of silver mines to any senator or rcprclcutatiyo lu congress or to any and every cnndiI date on the free coinage platform In tho following terms If wo grant free or unlimited coin age without charge for the coining will you demand nothing more Not a man who knows what Ufb true pur poso Ia will answer Yea to that quest tiou Edward Atkinson Ineroulnc the Volume of tho Currency Capital By dividing this ono dollar It bccoincs two which makes moro money Ipay you these two dollars for wage you see LallorDut when I go to buy bread I find then only worth one so I dont tee itFronm Robinson Crusoes Money II by David A Wells Caut Export Lawa No civilized country can confine its sltizeus within 1M own territory pr prohihitall commercial intercourse with other countries Kvcry country there tore ucedt mohcy which can bo used In archasc from anil Un payment of its iicbts to other countries Yet howsoev er great country may be and however absolute may bo tha power of its gov crnmcnt its law can have no extratei ritorinl effect No govurumeut there fore mum prescribe the standard by which its currency shall bo valued in tiny other country or compel the citi Zeus of another country to rccciva its currency sao at the bullion1 value of that cntrtncy in tIm markets of time world I Sliver Venn Milk Dp in Iowa they have given up silver- andhavpzmsofter snap Imeyinnko41 COO 000 In Iowa from their cows ulonoI That beats free silver doesnt it it nil hollow They mako 41500000 selling milk butter cheese awl fcalveS nnd at tho cid of the year they harp the old Bossy nnd Spqcknud pcItI and Briudlo and Bcsa that they the year before Tho Kansas cow Is stlckiojlicrhcnd over tbo posture fence lowing and mooing with liar bag s icU- InRWlt 41000000 worth of mllkr While thu old wan is down town tcary ing shirt because the platocrat i- W I1tcolni880OpOQpO wprfh of silver rja KanKPnz ttc Thins Ttiftt Aro Told Hpnc JGatfl ore becoming popular la this couiitry 1 Tho most popular bracelet iJt floxlblo hciug in gold chain pattern vjthgcm j set ia nt iutcrvnls Nnrrdw quillings pf chiffon l1roa feature fit llrcss this Reason The Intent fancy lot trimming sjllk potticputs is two or plaltwl rpfflcs fully a quarter of a yard wide JCTVolc watches load lint enameled oncsinrfl equally fnshiouable ThffUowcst bended bag9aro flat and- hgyuJo4glpopa of gold or Urcr These Lig nciu nil the l1 edicts toi Htafch frhnnqollizQiWflh 1M ecr1IWoc Thcrii js n roviyijl pf old tasIitoza4 ttlRotes and TIorns Though joys Soomnsbutist1Jld griefs aa thorn it is ont pad tjio same vital energy pf love thiiC1i putfcMhMa both forth or the growth ofbuagthIftltorrosestp breathe I rtot1Iamosti end lornoBppW tfe mc tiLutliiran ri C c OVEL FANCY WORK V ARTICLES WHICH ARE BOTH USEFUL AND DECORATIVE A rnuy CIO JTor the Bnfo Keeping oi Uornlng Ncollcn Unit fuming Cotton Itllncto Directions For MnidnB Ono of tho Now Liinndry Pin flat Itmsiunlidcnthe giver ImvO largely token tho place of Enstcr card ns Easter offerings Sometmca these nrtfclcsnro made with- o pf pencil amid brush gnidpd by ah artists hro lbut often they represent fancy c Jworuciikind or another Th6 Standard Designer pselmt1 tlmeso hclp1uI11inIAtU plaino with illustrations Darning needles nail darning cotton lro bput ns far removed from beauty to ot DAIUNIKO CASK t aa things may well to but they sagbgent n novel and nt tho same tractivo darning case which nUwomcn given to domestic affairs will npprecl ate Tho darning case in question is madoflf cardboard covered with white u linen embroidered with tiny blossoms su In wash silk nnd edged with linen cord Outholnsido nro two crossed flbboua holding in dace awludcrof binekdarnlilug cotton and cup of atlicr side nro pieces or pinked flannel tot a nccdlcbook filled with darning needles of nil sizes Ribbon hinges hold g tho parts together amid a button on ono a side and nlcop cu the other keep them shut when tho case is hung np A pair df8DU111 scissors eon bo hung from the case also a little holder for n thin ble but without cither time cnso is still a 4Thecomparatively now and takes up muchaless space than tho satin i syISbadecoratedcardboard cut circular In nccdc for tho foundationo stlistan it Of course many moro articles arewused than arc mentioned on tho ono which attention is hero called but a ball 0 inchcu in diameter will bo largo jnpngh for pvorythlng anti soma tiny bo made no email na 8 inches acrossw thpartmentsIng a light jicncil line which the ribbons o will hldo afterward Mark the names of time Rnnuent With indeliblom Ink or ontliuo them with wash Cover tho cardboard ou ouo side withC bbeof cheesecloth or scrim to mako n smooth underloyer for the lIncorUk Cut tho linen large enough to allow the edges to be tumed in and also cut another picco to cover thp back of tho ball lao tt thovcrpurposo Then cover tho front piece ofm nrd with its own piece of linen awl werhaud the two together afterward ilndiiig tho edges with narrow ribbon or ta putting a cord around them Put the am Ibo for of tho or thyaKribbon ncroea to hldo the pencil ronrko sun fostpu them in the middle with a o rosette If the ribbon straps are put on before two pieces of card aro d ovcrhnuded together the uccVllo can bo 1 run through tho roeotto to the card and thread drawn tightly thus drawing n tho ball nt the middle giving it f- Bomewhnt the shape of n tomnto Ilibtbans nro nttnchcd nt tha top to hang tho a bag up and nil aroufl4 the edge between ytoOrnamental IronWorK I 5 h tifortlmn very art tli t flplain Jxpvl t gltihs wlmIoWwilllo toward qrI all A hmAljtilltCLJUjT 130 WI object of beauty Thp article inqaeatloB may ho either a fish Of flower bowl aid- ro can readiiy ECO what f difference thiiflniplQ work uiakcs lit tliomartor of orHamobtatKlri For tlio two circles use y ooo il1iirfor inch Iron rot l Iwll1OJl- I1 j It bong and carry the of ly ho bowl ForJhothterUUid1est8Coj hrv Ma by ueolghw jfich ironLipi bI Jastjaimpqr jt arid Lot Ki l Mkiifo thr sixtocnth ore U ifolmquarust ho left to yput own j lcf1trt dends lrBelY11pOntho size said- wptuiit 1 of bobow1c O- tt4J il EVOLUTION OF MONEY swarmentccI Government 1 Jlrovnt Easfrrautlt1onFr9n OeS9 fl taneo to Aiiptjicr rMoiiey is simply commodity thnt4v generally rcuoRtilzod tw n tfthodity used as mo6yiq perform the essential fuiictlpjwLC WKirfl pandl1 they jooCsCi1tlttq money itmoaff the whew tr uuUL me other cnsolod1epflIIt1i d the fltUOSfl Of WhWl COHHHMMWdM elf to the lutolllgencoafclng pcriot tbocommodltrJiteqbollJi i w ltpeople iniUneahai- nmlmg intclligonco thcy lMtfijirVKkn d inferior commodities and 19ptcdla placo thereof BomotWug th t waaaapo rior Thcs5 chMffc ke it4 tAkiiic pl co nhtil finally goI4 n d lvcr befMw Hto commodities that wero rceofjthppd by tho people of most eonutrlM twluff the beet for uop M money 8oetok Ioftl transition is cotwtoftt Qbte tattWl natural order of ihiiHe an4 chuKgMy i cornfi abOutmstnI1y sai4ie1Ttcd easily it UwJwtow proo M h allowed to go on SHillflturlxxl Tfen hlpus Jrktlon prwaefl only vJww ti oMtriwiiyd RovcniwcntoJ iutwlerMM delay or defeat tbeaataraVortesiriil timings In our own daj Uw etsgeeoacfi bsj bceusuppIantedbffthe ZtevnrftlltWMl and stagecoaclHM have paoUIiltcome a thing of the pu4 Thq tsIew dip WRIt succeeded bjr lanjpB HetVwMti bmrulug Hnld or oil Hjtd Umw lh mlimtlwg gufl ud gas by fteeirW Those and maiDb4Iier chaseswere aconipUslicd with no xrkMM dfcttnlnMtet whntijvor and so it WHhl bewkk MM mbdft1eehse4 as niaoy RUI eli gqveenentaI be4Iqt aquaaicontinuity and perpeial ei at1 r activity JfbQ U d e4es was not cugsgwl in Uw banking buM ness Among otvlUacct paoetiiy et- sefuhneM of M1verM OSbW eelabel- diary fOlll MQ amat4 t4 silver is going ooh wiOpiMiiwpeJr lwvothoiitaKecccli and r l W Mf for pxactljr Um MUQO MMOK siirlv lisa Outrwa Ute irtM5pi which nlWetllt w4 Xa ii iyf has over COB into aae at Mw bewt eiovernuipt ot ol a e MS ctmncaita bet solely ecaaa f tnlacd ability to IM1dorujo- fmoney Awtia W WrWt 4u go a4 O1urcaor Coopr14vo sMg Fer PsrrThe AmericaK Agrfcpltoilt of At ftt ngalq i4ed44OdaIWtMeattr9ca- atb1Uy of cooperative tMtkiiw farmors This can bo flows sayN hyIhtaOdtflcathzMOt the stcii of cooperfttivo savings tand ai MoooiattbtM or cooperartvb nks which kiui proved MTcmMk lgr in American cities Tbe oiBv rtltntiona flOW lmo1u bvcr f50O9LW- f deposits end amborongLyle rated practical Eccccs The SMOS and Credit association a report PJlimich cnn bo obtained brWrl Bg to tho secretary of state Wa ingtoa fa a modification of the Kftiffolw nyM M which in Prowl amid Ocrawwr DM achiovcd the B ao Maoem aaimMie orking farmers o thouq CsMIqIM e ccopcratlyo basks hive cWovedl American cities ThepoopJosbwika Italy and neighboring cpujl ci beM much t amno pl bqar- volcua EnccQ A tvasc M particulArs upon Uio8 xottlJM l redit nssoolfltkin has been puHtafeoJ y the deportment of fitato for froo dts trlbntiouUi whlck Con8ul JVgcat Te toxa says with a truth that c iiovcr bo questioned What American fiurmcn require to relievo them ot tho tuwcat financial rtraln wider which they aro llrtaf U the r wrer tomorrow tbo lowxrtt poIb1o1tcrcat ccMUtcnt with eir securities imd the HnaacW ooruMHoa hi u great centers of tkajTurkLi So Losgac HKqr oat borrow from tH6 local tnoney u Jer Huy tnmt pay o hUth rato ot totemtM for 5conitao SAtton It la this hlgk r to of tetorcbt asiteri which our foment MTV tun striving Mid fpl4- g that It fox tho goner unront md dlaxatUteotloa Bceoro the Ugh rato of Intcruat irlTO thorn the tame opportuatty to their crodit M men cngaswl other bust nest ozchanga this prcvont iuortgfl o on the farm for one with a reasonable Interest which former con pry end lure mractltlnv left tho narlnpi lank luutwp wilt roloroJu ptnci fl4 proIlicrtt7 This question hailxx eolrortby tXofwrmcrai laid landholders of Europe uia the oln4lon 5 th6 problem did ao ooantot tntto IMM if f jgovernment ot A man of dotawial cIrculated oniong tko poopM at a KcWfomft mine Tha Owl WM reached fer tho fcrtwwn fad landhOlders lijf thee OWB loroo MM eo operation by tho fofctuHn g KMOpUt4oM fwischtntbnobeoapoccrtnolwut id wijoto flnuoit Me twMMesISetitq lions or undoubted ue tr4c Whkh tL i bHo was only too gUd tp tuyat te KB leaver Kot Forty prominent speaker feayo 4ready ttcccptcd inyitntious to address time British Notional Christian Eadeav convention at Liverpool Juno 0 io B- In order to encourage its moro ttmld members tho Methodist Protestant RoyaltoamMiami em in thoir own homes Every young peron within a radiw fflyc miles of naiaos Oily Fis 10 sal rolled as member of thoChrl tWu enver society Two udc ypre iirkJa 1 mllcg to attend each meeting No dances or thcakal shows have been hold in Waterloo Ke tiucp the imatIoz ot n Christian Uadeavor sod ty two years 8 bjthalkaslHtore te lV gre tnnmber of the yotUHfjjeoiiles The Epdeavorcrf pf tM Wliml 44 fs yonrlymceliiig Jf Friends JMvoJeiiiitii Wied a scbohirshmfphim adenomninaMomm1 ollcgo lot the education of any descry g yging iXrostvkktmtthe ILTe14 of moZueet1iffWio ntaypa1here khed jc xamlnntiOu4 Eightyone shmipwero bosrkilwitlkti year by time flcmUi i coawnUieo Cmt iiglo Christian Ladeurnrj- ciely tM iiitJmpXoimiimmgto klist Episcopal cltnrck Ms tItt 10 held pa pIOof imcaashmips alid 000 perjodicais and New T nitv- cro diitrhlJtlte4i float qjhIerosHtI Ito svjioincsacs but hittMreairnudwho ilJtlaTfiffjpWjeJjr kJiQc Va s rvieoIs i Biglit mid a nitirpproiltabloHcrynHtJhnn ono richly v dpAvcd with divine nftw who undertukeu nft task for God u t whoj it tony be stands by and suwwsiii what hmil culbi Time muy efforts of ethiIl less richly gifted thaii lie Wo caiiuotjii j ntlmin AtM iimirgreatacsn of inigktyac cOiimiiliirttuiItbutwa caim ill pttitli4jo tile greater gmentne7u of kiiigfa1asImiL Ecliopl Tiine rho of Suuu Aca ttIfhmn immisalep lit llf Ba rm mniie- ceanmit imt conri ncitherBhitk It wh V it ft lafd imjmsisj- ou Itu ictVslimimiilhimeyery avcIi- eidiotolt Learhigpuizyes tromn1i lie hans nimo apici u jhcrn yOn3east exltct FaIlts 4i- itxwltIi 11hz mII1 timaim tIm t- 4onisy hot 1II Idshbac1r3 mflLii yoi kllcmw l1Itidiibemmtid ijifshlb l yotr ha pi4ttowet- oti calI dotJcfIkat fcriIIhtmii i44 IrsIruuttor1azm I r r S I ctvp r w yPr c 1Of1 cpAND CONGREGATION CHOOL I IND QUARTER IN AL SERIES MA 1- 0in c IXMOU Act xlr 1122 Mem rental 81 23 Golden Text AcU zlllI Commentary by tho Rev n M fit earn Tlio power of QoA wns BO innnlfcst In Ills word through tho apostles nt Antioch tluIt Iho next Sabbath almost tho wholo city cnino together to hear tho word of- at xlll 44 This filled the Jews wit Buch envy that they contradicted nnd blasphemed and raised such persecution ngnlnst Paul and Barnabas that they won cxpcllrd from tho city hot however bo Two innny believed nnd wcro filled with Joy mill with tho Holy Ghost and wero en cotirageil to continuo In tho grace of From Antioch they went to loonlum anti so BjKtUo thnt n luullltudo both of Jews ftntl Greeks believed But they were com inlied by persecution to flee from thero nlw nml FO canto to Ljstm nnd cbQ tit preached tho gospel During tho jirKichliiR a man who wa4 lame fA m his J1crlcCtlyhmlcdour k son begins 11 TIio gods arc como Ilown to us In tho lllicncs fit men Thcso wero tho words of tho peoplo when they saw thc man titluid been lamo looping nnd walk ins TJicyrawn supernatural event in tho IicnltnK nt this man nnd know- Ing dijlyot tho mythical gods such M Ja plter nnrt Mcreurhuof which Jupiter was tho Bupriino god of tho Greeks nnd Ro inana nnil Mercl1 tho god of eloquence they suppoEfid that their gods bud actually Visited thom Let tit alter their words Just n litlift God has como down to us In tho likeness of innn It nnd what n glorious truth vo have nnd ono fully proved by John 1 M f I Tim Ill 10 J Hob II 14 12 And rolled Barnabas Jupiter nnd Paul Mcrcurlus bccauso ho WM tho to that1Jiaytholoytcurltls as liavlngonco visited Phrygln with r Jupiter his father nnd having been re fused hospitality by nil but two old pms nnti Hcnco tho slmplo people of Lystrn supposxxl from tho miracle on tho cripple that Paul nnd Barnabas wcro theso two goth njjiin como to earth 13 It Vina tho supernatural power man Ifcetcd through tho apostles which reused thcso iKoplo to attempt to worship them AYomaynot perhaps havo tho working of miracles i t holing seen In ns for tho Spirit tlivhlos Ills gifts to every one cvcr Ilowill I Cor xII 11 but we limy nil boflllctl with tho Spirit and mnhlfcst In i8tho supernatural life of mccknoss rlugvlthJo1tulnCAA 1 Bmoifg tho people crying Out AYlill two Bhouldcarncstljrdcslrd tho tnnnlfcstatlon Of Christ in ie wo should also tremblo lost w8 get hny credit for It Tho Loroj nloiio JIItTqcXnltcdnnd no flesh InIlla presence Most of lLI1UO too pronoI to enjoy n ll tlo honor nnd flattery but It nmsp not bo tolerated Sco thou do It not worship led11 must bo our word IBJTunvfrom these vanities unto tho living God If Assuring tho people that they Wercf but men of like passions with thcrnrcbcs mbn such ns themselves but for Iho grace of Godj they told them of tho ono truV mInd living God tho Creator of all things ftlliavo been greatly Interested In noticing how often tho first verso In nil Scripture is used by prophets and apostles aI for uxnnjplo In Deut x 14 Neb Ix Oi Iso xlly 21 Jer x 1018 xxxii 17 Acts iv Dl etc and tho connections In which they use It nnd I bellovo wo do not srifllclcntly consider It 10 Who In times put suffered nil no Lions to walk in their own ways While llodnvvrs us unto Hllnsclt nnd would have us fiOt apart for Himself kept for Jesus Christ a special peoplo unto yet If wa lmmslston our own ways lie will i suffer us to our eternal loss in many xcQWhile Ho is not willing that should perish but that nil should repent nnd bo raved yet If people insist upon re jecting Ills lOVe He will lot them Pslxa1114 II Pot III 0 II Cor 11 IS 10 17 Nororthclcss Ho left not Himself without witness If His eternal power nnd Godhead nro seen In tho works of His hands nnd In His groat goodness to nil sow toot nil arc without excuse Rom I CO 21 Paul would direct their minds to tho goodness of God manifest in Ills dally a n mercies to nil for nil may truly Saytin la of tho Lords mercies wo are not con slimed because Ills compassions tall not They are new every morning Lam Ill 23 IIa18 And with thwjo enylngs scarce ro strained they tho people that they had hot done pocrlflco unto them They paw Paul end Barnabas but not Jesus Christ Raw tho mlmclo but not God Onljntwf a opened eyes cnn 00 God but TICS la WiH to open tim eyes of aU v mturn to- IHm Only tho unwilling mmIlstny blind YowlH oteome tAmrul Kfrithcro camo thither oortliinr cure from Antloch and Iconlum who jicrsuatlcd tho people nnd having stoned Paul drew him out of tho city supposing ho had been dead A persevering dovll sooth dbout seeking to destroy If ho cannot get tho sdijl ho will do his best tqklU the body hut this wo nro told not to fear itith x1 28 for tho breaking of tho body only sets tho spirit free to bo withc Christ Paul was to nfl Intents dead w though in speaking of this experience ho pays twloo Whether In tho body or out ofCtho body I cannot tell God knowoth Cor xii 2 8 20 Howboft p4 the disciples stood round nbout lilm ho oso up and camo Into tho city nnd tho next day ho departed with Barnabas to Derbo I do not doubt i that tho vision described In II Cor xII 14 WIII his actual experience vhIloithey Avcrodragglng his seemingly dpcrlencehofor lila Lord and Master concerning whom lio could wy Whoso I am nnd whom Inservo Acts xxvII 23 21IIAnd when they liad preached tho gospel to that city nnd lund taught manym they returned again to Lystra and to um and Antioch Tho margin Bays they mado ninny disciples 89 wherever they went tho souls were saved God glorIfied and tho tlovll mado angry That courugoCto right back to Lystrn where bcnI stoned and to tho other cities frwnp whence they had been driven out But knew that God was with them and they feared nothing What denial of self to turn his hack upon his native Tarsus when hO was eo near homo and go tho long jourEney over again to strengthen tho S2 ConfIrming thosouls of thodlsclplca d nnd exhorting them to continuo In tho faith and that wo must through znueiui tribulation enter Into tho God ItW am only Ixs confirmed or estab lished by Cellaring God II Chron xx CO Favor Protection Ccurier Journal There seems to be in the Legis lattirc a strong sympathy with the mob spirit that burns tollgates and destroys property The people oilgti1 to be able to find means to protect themselves against both the nxob and the Legislature fS kusneSSi caused by torpid liver which prevents dlgcs I on And permits food to ferment and petrify In thu stomach Then follow dizziness headache 1oodsunIui- L ncrvoi rT3 if not nUeTCi1IC 1mPIIliUio l rolwilnj Si of tho 11Ft lUtoPtrt e 4 IOIIiI1IZ V tike with hoods BaisaparlU 5- I 4 r- 0 I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I Topic For the WctU Bcglnnlnj May 18 Comment by Rev 8 II Doyle TorzOSouuo thlnji worth llvUe for I John It 1217 Every ono lives for something Moro luau thnt overy ono In moro or less measure attains to that for which ho lives What wo llvo for 1s therefore very Important to us nil Every ono should live for something Life with its grand opportunities nud its splendid possibilities is not tobo idled nnd wasted nwny God has something for every ono to do in life nnd tho chief Icnd of our existence in lifo should be to discover what God has for us to do and to do it- Many people livo for things that aro not worth living for Among these things is tho world nnd tho various things of tho world John warns us against loving tho world and tho things of the world If wo lore them wo will llvo for them and wasto life nwny tho most precious Jewel that wo possess Lifo is too sacred too solemn to bo trifled away on tho passing joys and honors of this world Tho man who loves tho world and lives for it will not lovo God nor livo for Him The world crushes God out of a mans heart and lifo It bounds tho horizon of his Ufo by timo oDd recognizes not tho boundlcsa eternity beyond tho grave Yet tho World and the things of the world vIII pass away They nro temporal Their Joys nro unsatisfying Fill the cup of tho world to tho full and overflowing- drink it td its dregs nnd still there will bo on aching void in tho human heart that will not bo satisfied Tho ono supremo thing worth living for in this Ufo is to do the will of God Tho chief end of man Is to glorify God nnd to enjoy Him forever Tim object of mans existence in this lifo was never moro truthfully expressed than these words express it Wo should losd our selves in God for ChrlstV sake and Christ should live in us nnfl toign QVer us When fb pan say with Pkul It is no longer I tntillvc but ChrisHlvoth in mo wshtlll have fnlfllIthtthi will of God toward us and in dfcing BO shall have made lifo worth unrigVTho man who lives for God Mill find many things in lifo worth living for The nmnu Who lives for dptPwiU runko homo brighter and happier j hqjtvill be a power for IntbcJ cfeurch ofoChrist ho will have a cpeflcial fbfJ cnco upon the community in which lie ires and nn interest nth6Uet crMbi k jf tho whole human race nudiln eo tlbv lijg t tho jibVlcat and trnQst sfenso he Will be living for himself Thcso 1ir6tho things 9 troo luau lives or God homo state human not only in tho light of time but especially in tho light of eternity What things moro worth living for than these Tho world passcth away and the lust thereof but ho that doeth tho will of God abideth forever For what are you living Blblo Readings Ps i 10 Jcr xxIII 22 ilath vi 2434 Luko xviI10 Rom xii 1 2 xlv 70 I Cor vi 10 20 x 81 Gal vi 10 Phil ill 715 Col iii 17 Hob xII 1 2 Jas iv 110 I Pet iv 11 IJohii v 4 5 5Ijurcrj Directory CATHOLIC cntiRcn or TUB IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Pint matt 700 a tn second man and termo i 930 a m Rotary Instruction and benediction at 130 p m every Sunday A M Coenan pallor CHRISTIAN CHURCH Snndavtchool every Sunday morning tromI o to 1030 Communion following at 1040 Prayer meeting every Wednoday evening ServIce fint end Ihlrd Similar In each month Rx OUEK Pastor MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Services second Saturday evening and Sunday eacb month Prayer meeting Monday night Sundaychoc at 9300 m D S Edwards Pastor M R CHURCH Services first Sunday each month morning Vedneshayightc C HALL Pastorjr E CIIUKCH SOUTH fouuuth Sunday morning a d i Cherry latior Prayer meeting eve CHRISTIAN KNOBAKOR 630lAsmcznbhy GENERAl nAPTISTCIIUI1CkIaPreaching on Sunday of seth month Prayer meeting every evening Lilli fnllulallor RELIGIOUS NOTES Miss Alice Wise will lead the Christian Endeavor meeting next Sunday evening State Mine Inspector Stone was in the ity Sunday and attended religious sers icesbThe quarterly conference of the M E hurch South will be held in Madison ville next Sunday Rev Virgil Elgin ofy Henderson will preside It Rev R V Omer accompanied Rev Teel of Central City to Bethlehem Sun ay where they held services in the morn ng and evening Rev C C Hall accompanied by H M Adcock filled his appointment at Bethany ear Nebo Sunday Rev E O Timmons will preach at the Methodist church tonight Rev Timlons has been here several times one of the best in the Green River DislrictaThe M E Church South will observe bildrens Day next Sunday A special rogram is being prepared which consistst of appropriate exercises by the children and special songs by the choirs Rev Price Gallin filled Rev D S i- dwarda regular appointment Satur fiayChurch Rev David Whttlinghlll filled be pulpit Sunday morning The congre gallons were very cood considering the Inclement weather The Y P S C F was conducted by ibi Junior Bndeavorers Sunday evening Miss Lillie Evans leading Tbo topic as announced last ueetwas Why I love Jesus If Numerous IJihle quotations bear ing on tho subject were recited together with songs recitations and sentence prayers The meeting was one of the best over held by the society at this place and the oldeCErtaeavorers werij much Impressed with the earnestness and enthusiasm of the Juniors Kentucky UiptliU The General Association of Kentucky Baptists will meet tn Georgetown Juno 19 and remain in session four days It will be one of tEe largest gatherings ever held their w Centennial Rates Time L a N has offered the following rales good for time round trip on account the Tennessee Centennial Tickets good twenty das 4 Co tickets gibd 11cm days 340 tickets good for seven days f2 75 trginning April aSlh 1897 J 9ur EEI ted iiens- MI communication and nuiifu cf newijie- tllnlnc to this colnmn Iould ha mlilrcff txl meV Gto ALSXAICt lIft Rarlmtien IvV4 ZIONA M K CHURCH Services every Sunday mornlnR at ji oclock wand evening at 7 oclock Sunday tchcclm g30 a to C U Walker pastor MT ZION IUPTIST CHURCH Services Sabbath at it a in anti 7 p ni Sun Jay school at gjo a m W W Foster pastor Tim Reading Room will be open tonight Come out and hear Sam Ewes speak A few weeks ago Georco Alexander hall lime big head but now Ed Holland has it Rev G 0 Walker was out among friends last week Rev W W Darsoy visited friends htrti last weekVWe are sorry hat Mr DiviS could not get up a class here Mr Will Ross of Ma liimvill m In the city Sunday Ross Diissctt is IcoUng foe a job horn Every colored man should subscribe for TUB DBG Havo younoticcd how much it is improving UR basket meeting at Morion Gap Juno h3 MORTONS GAP We limn that Miss Sallie dill not accept be position as an attendant In the imp kinsvillo asylum Sim Coni want nny more politics Rev H II Gordon will fill his appoint ment next Sunday Did you danci At the dance Are you going to While Plains Sunday The ministers aro not responsible for vhat their members say t Miss Margaret Clemors is incur town Prof G W Lane has classed his sub scription school It is truthfully saul that Prof Lane has dono more fcr the school than any teacher we have ever had It Is hoped that every friend of nC- I rriweather will show himself friendly on the second Sunday in June Sometimes when we take a tomahawk in band la kilt the other fellow we wind up by getting killed Messrs N Porter nnd W Graddy were n the sick list last week King Davids choir of Eatlington the best in the county will sing hero Sunday June 13 ST CtlARLES Rev G W Lne of Mortons Gap preached atthe Methodist church Sunday Mrs Tones has recovered from n recent Illness Mrs Henry Austin of Emprii is visiting her sister Mis Sharp here Eanis Earl C Hurl Walter Elliott and Less Killebrew went toWhitts Plains Fri on a fishing trip M N Porter of Mortons Gap rnd W H Ross and Mr llarrnlt of Madiscnville were in town Sunday Mrs W Kelley is on the sick list It is thought that two hearts will be made one in the near future Our delegates aro preparing to go to time Sunday school convention in Trenton Little Glatcrllenson was sick Monday Wm Pettio was in Malisonville Sunday usual Rev Barnes preached at the MelhodisT Church Sunday night and Rumsey Earl occupied the pulpit at the Baptist church Mr Charles H Weird of Sinbury Pa was so much pleased with a remedy which cured him of rheumatism that he made affidavit to the fact for publication as follows This is to certify that en May nth I walked into Melicks drug store on a pair of crutches bought a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm for inflima tory rheumatism which had crippled me up After using three bottles I am com pletely cured I can cheerfully recom mend it CHARLES H WKTZEL Sworn antI subscribed to before me on Aug 10 1893 Walter Shipmnn 1 P Pain Balm is for sale at 25 and nd 50 cents per bottle by St Bernard Drug 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