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JY s 8 I- J1i n I f I IJ c- J r tl a 1 iofS rP- t 0 n I k frt I 4iI t i G t c d ot ru r I 1 rr w t y 1 1 PENCE COOPER Owner and Edlter It auto Nelly WorM With ew From All Nallexe LuBtWlag at Ills Back yt SIQO A YEAR Always In lweirtta tf i TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 0 1890 NUMBER 2V winonestol e e Bank WINCHESTER KY N H 1VITHERSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 k Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and okra its customers every facility and the most llbornl terms within the limits of legitimate nuking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANH- IT r 3 STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SUnmLUS 8000I o J 11 niOSTAFF President G L K1UKPATKICK Vice President f W W THOMSON Cushier oWe respectfully solicit the business ofmer tt chants farmers traders mid hUlllnes9 men generally throughout Hnstern Kentucky general hanking business done Give us chance to send you n bank book nay you checks and loan you money when In need W W THOMPSON Cnslmer IOaaW8n mUlinOID Store f ew Spring Styles oFHats and Bonnet- F EVERY GRADE AND PRICE Fancy Goods Flowers hair Braids libbons c at prices to suit the times Mrs MAGGIE GILLUM 031 North Broadway Lexington Ky Recently removed from 49 N llroadwny IJOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY J B HOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronnce of the traveling public i- speetfully Is i solicited Table the beat aDd err attention to the comfort of guests LARENDON HOTEL Cor Short nnd Limestone Street LEXINGTON KY JOS M SKAIN Proprietor This house is only two squres from Lex gton nnd Eastern K U depot is first ss and rates reasonable stionnq e the mountain people is solicited and the st treatment assured r it D WITH BEN WILLIAMSON CO ardware Cutlery c CATLETTSBURG KY Sole agency for South Rend Plows tlIJ c i MOORE K FLOYD BYRD Campton Ky L ATTORNEYATLAW Abstracts of title furnished collec ts made nnd prompt returns KUttrantecd DaySterlingHOWARD STAMPER I CAMPTON KY L tll practice in the courts of Wolfe and the oiuJug counties All business entrusted lou care will receive prompt attention C JOHNSON J It BWAMQO ampton Hazel Green JOHNSON 8WAN- GOITTOKNEYSATLAW i II practice in the Wolfe county and cir r t courts Collections promptly made I abstracts of title furnished on short ice nIti a andI HAZEL GREEN KY J Surgery and obstetrics specialty ar ATTORNEYATLM hysician Surgeon J SEITI WITH M KERR CO jommng IN dware Agricultural Im lements IRONTON O erProfit Paying pit Get our Great Catalogue and Buy era Guide Well send it for 15 cents in stamps to pay part postage or expressage The Books 700 Pages 12000 illustrations q descriptions everything thats used in life tells you what you ought to pay whether you buy of us or not we profit from maker to UMT GctiU ONTOOMERY WARD do C0 i MethedfMichigan AveChlalp i Ir The Exodas Through the courtesy of Miss Lula latch editor of The Exodus a paper rend before tho Utile Dulci society of tho IL GA at its meeting lust Friday we are permitted to copy the following letter anti tho answer to same but we suppress all names TICK IKTTlJn NEW Yoiuc CITY March f90- My dear friendOn account ofmy poor health and other pressing reasons I have decided to dfeposc of my banking business hero and locato in some quiet mountain village in my native tate dear old Kentucky Haying leant that you are living in II 0nllli knowing full well that I can rely upun your state mcnls 1 wish to ask you to answer the following questions IlIow does Hazel Green compare with Campion West Liberty Salyersville atoms other village in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky 211hat is the population of Hazel turdrthere 5 Knowing the nature of my ailment do you believe the climate will benefit me 6What general advan loges have you T If your reply is pn couraging lam apt to come and bring wills me some lrouschold goods also my wife two daughters and three boys Hoping to hear from you soon I am yoursSrising young genius of our town made answer as follows THE HElIA Of the many inouutain villages That lye heard of or have seen The one that strikes my fancy most hears the name of Hazel Ureen JAs to the number of souls abiding here I can only make a guess I would say three hundred ia remarkably safe- Though there may be more or less iAs for our advantage Its easy enough to say Weve more than any other mountain town And twill be so for many a day Weve three unpretentious houses Dedicated to the Lord Where most all of us go at stated times To hear the Precious Word Weve seven places merchandise Where the people go to trade And in each place is an lmonestface And bargains ready made When wanting meal or flour The best that can be found Weve two good mills at the foot of u hill Where corn antI wheat are ground I reluctantly speak of the sidewalks Which are not wide enough for two And they are full of holes which endanger souls nut fora while theyll have to do Rut of nil things here save the churches That does most for human kind hour God sent institution For the training of the mind Its Influence like the suns warm rays Is felt throughout the laud It is largely sustained by the help obtained Through the efforts of the Mission Hand At present it Is flourishing grandly Greater than ever before And we have no fear but that with each year Its success will be more pad more And lastly by Its absence Hlekt with n priceless boon That prevents much evil which worries the devil I mean the dirty saloon Hut beside the things Ive mentioned Weve other things of worth That conic in playumost every tiny While xve sojourn on earth So bring along your huuBuhold aQnaI Your wife and girls anti boys And youll find hero health the greatest wealth jOsIResults Toll tho Story iA vast mass of direct Unimpeachable testimony proves beyond any possibility of doubt that Hoods Sarsaparilla act ually does perfectly and permanently cure diseases caused by impure blood Its record of cures is unequalled and these cures havo often been accomplished failed000oHoods Pill cure all liver ills bilious ness jaundice indigestion rich headache Many who arp already using the flour made by theHazol Green Mill pronounce it fifstclaes J k CommunicatedWhere Are We At 7 i leftiI my old Kentucky homo five years ago How I enjoyed reading the Democratic gospel tcMvIt Tho Courier Journnll How it did roast John Sherman mid tho Republican party 1 How it whoopod up John Young Brown for governor on u free silver iihuform anti vntwl him in like a trIp with the assistance of till the Iletter light united I When I returned to my old homo last full the frt thing I mulled for was the Democratic goptl and to my surprise it was knifing the tnmlnni bonrer of the Demnerntic party in the hack I on quired what WRK the mutter and was informed that the leader of the Demo crake party thought tlio money for time pltiwhulder was good enough for the bondholder mind vo turned bareO on him and done him up Then we thought we were dune with the pjowholder limit this When time first and last Republican legislature of Kentucky loon versed a majority of the Democrats said there was another man in the Democratic party by the name of Joe who believed the money for the plowholder was good enough for the bondholder and they nominated him for United States senat or What next Why it took all hands and the cook a few gold standard Dem ocrats tho big Democratic press the Republican party time soldiers nndn war debt to defeat the man who thought tho money for the plowholder was good enough for tho bondholder Who over heard of time Republican party treating their nominees in any such style They vote for them up hill mud down platform or no platform The SD of April il says it was the mighty Joo who turned the state of Kentucky over to the Republicans A ma jority of time Democratic voters say it was that part of the Democratic press that got out of gear The SDalso says Down with IMackburnism For time sake of time taxpayers if ho has to be downed lots down him without tho soldiers and the war debt its too costly The SD gives the Democrats of Mont gomery county good advice Why not give the advice to time Tenth district yes aud to tho state Let the past bo past All unite and pull together Dont you know Joe Blackburn has a largo following in Kentucky Do you think any Democrat can carry this state unless ho can unite time silver and gold clemcnts of the party There are as many Democrats in this state who are honest in their convictions and believe free coinage of silver right as there are who oppose it Let us treat them with time respect that is duo them There are not enough gold standard Democrats in this district to elect a con gressitan Let every Democrat in tho Tenth congressional district vote for tho man of his choice in convention and all unite and support the successful candidate if ho is honest and believes free coinage is best or if ho thinks it not best Surely a man should have some convic tions and if from a pure motive I for one am not in favor of rending him out of the party The press of the state should quit busing Joe Blackburn and all Democrats believing as ho docs on finance If they aic wrong use milder mentis inv Bradley nnd his soldiers will reunite tho Democratic party oriel in 1S99 wo ClIO elect JJroiiHton governor of Kentucky by 16000 majority gnbacribo for TUB IlKiULD Quit fussing about your money for you Invont very much of it and such as you may havo willialwiiys buy coffee sad pay taxes and that makes it sound April 0 Piowitov Pools Lonely Without It WAMVIME INn Tin i March JJG 1890 y EDITOR TInnAInAhcr a long ab scnco from my native home and tho ah Kcnco of the weekly visits of TilE HER ALD J often feel lonely and solitary among strangers nnd among people from many different countries and without much communication from my relatives and friends in my native state I have resolved to send for THE HERALD I feel sure that it will givo me some coq solation to hear from my dear friends through the columns of TilE HERALD Plewo find enclosed 50 cet1Ir six nathi MATILDA Hoe r CORRESPONDENCE CorrespondcnU will please bear in mind that all communications must be rcceired at this nhlico not Inter than Tuesiay evening to Insure publlrntion la the current Issue MORGAN COUNTY West Liberty Notes Deferred from lust week J Misses MeG lIirtl nnd Cecil pro thinking of going to Hazel Green shortly to take a course in nuttic nt the academy Judge Khmer mid Attorney Kedwino destme much commendation for tho pains they havo token in behalf of tho commonwealth Democrats nnd llepub lictthl ulikoMhuuld see they arm reelected Junco Williams was acquitted of the charge of attempted rape in the circuit court last week Jonccprejudicedjudge and jury in his layer by refusing to make oath to a statement his attorneys had prepared for him Henry Freeman was sentenced to three years in tho pen fur tho murder of Boyd Arnctt lust summer nt White Oak Ky On time first ballot two of tho jury wore for a life sentence and two for acquital Wallace Perkins charged as an accom plice to the murder of Boyd Arnett was nut tried He is in time county jail and is thought to be dying of consumption That mischief milking pennya liner quill ptmhincink slinger at Hazel Green who writes for tho Messenger ought to bo fired from the newspaper fraternity flue country is alive with folks who are in quest of him with n sharp stick nnd woo ho unto tho scribe if ho be found A Miss Lamb of near here win last week married to a Mr Lyon Verily tho Kcripturo has at last been fulfilled forrile Lyon and tho Lamb shall lie down together Tom Eastcrling erstwhile n devil in THE HERALD oflice and later a typo setter in the government printing office at Washington was visiting friends in Morgan county luau week Ho will go to Kearney Nebraska In a few days to accept a position in a court of which his brother is judge at a salary of 700 per year MAGOFFIN COUNTY Hendricks Hustings Ethridge B Dyer of this place is in very bad health at present Logan Arnett of this place Iis improv ing from an attack of fever Irvine Patrick of White Oak was tho guest of K P Gullctt Saturday night E M Howard of Siilyoriivllle was tho guest of the Hendricks house Suu dayWillie May George Spurlock and oth ers were time guests of Ambrose Arnett Saturday Callowny Howard and II G Arnett left for Paintsviilc Friday to attend to soma business affairs Galen Arnctt of this place started down Licking yesterday with two rafts of timber Guess ho will run to Parks Ferry before he sells Dudley Arnctt of this place is teaching the remainder of common schoolon Bcnr creek recently vacated by Mr Dyer lie is a having a good attendance Kendall Arnett Augustus Arnott and I T J Arnott returned from West Liber1 ty a few days ago where they have been prosecuting Henry Freeman for murder of their brother Boyd Arnett March U CoRiutaroxnENT LATHK Newton P Howard of Salycrsville is in very bud health William S May wns tho guest of Am brose Arnett Friday Logan Arnctt of this place is consul erably better at this writing George W Johnson of Halycrsvillc wns tho guest of Logan Arnctt Sunday Charles Kcyscr nnd Wesley Rose wore the guests of tho Hendrlcks house Sat urdayMrs Henry Rico has been visiting friends and relatives at Hcndricks for tho past few days Eugeno B Atnett returned homo Saturday evening from Salyernville where ho has been very sick for the past thirty or forty days Warren Hager Emma Rowland Deda Patrick Anna Atkeson Dudley Araett and Lillie My had a nice time Suaday ho rl4lB1oRMrMatnck Tke paWic Mtol At Salymville ilJeJJ 1- w phi rA I III ScrofulaH Makes life misery to thousands of pcoploIt manifests itself In many different ways like goitre swellings running sores bolls snIt rheum and pimples and other eruptions Scarcoy 11- ii ly a man is wholly five from It Its some form It clings tenaciously until tho lust vestige of scrofulous poison ta eradicated by Hoods Surainarillu thu One Truo Blood Purifier Thousands of voluntary testimonial tell of suffering from scrofula oftoti inherited mill most tenacious positive IJ Jly perfectly and permanently cured by HoodsSarsaparilla Prepared only by C I Hood t Co lovtH Mass He sure to got loons nnd only HOODS alterdlanerHoods cd Thursday They have been having a fine school for the past eight months taught by Miss M 10 Hammcricb of Lexington The Magofun county Republicans met at Snlycrsvillo last Saturday and In structed for Bradley for president Hon W W Howes M F Ward and otherIwore in fuvor of McKinley bat were overruled by a large majority The Bear branch school closed last Wednesday April 1 with about flJty pupils in attendance County Superta tendont Atkcson several teacher and some twenty patrons witnessed the sloe fug exercises Wo hall a gcaeral review in all tho common school branches and an excellent treat on candy Speeches wore made by II W Atktwn Dudley II Arnctt and others Tho principal Ethridgo B Dyer was taken sick abet the 20th of March and selected Dudley I II Arnett to complete the remainder of the term April 7 CoiutEsroNDEXT 8100 Reward 9100 Tho renders of this paper will bo pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages mill that is Catarrh Halls Catnrrh Cure is tho only positive a cure now known to tho medical rater nity Catarrh being n constitutional dU ease requires a constitutional treatment Hnlltf Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blondand mu coca surfaces of tho system thereby do stroying tho foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by build Ills up time constitution and assisting suture in doing its work Tho proprietors have so much faith in its curative power that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Bend for list of testimonials Addiw 10 J CHENEY ft CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75 cents A Xella Among other articles sold by tho nd ministrator of the late Orvlllo Ford bit Saturday last was an old rifle that hail been brought to Kentucky by Daniel t Boone and presented to the greatgreat y grandfather of the deceased Orvlllo 1ordIThe gun had nut been used for years and was quite rusty Tho crack of tidi ancient weapon had brought low many n bear und deer nye and many an Indian too nnd it is still useful and when sold it was loaded and randy fur uw us it had been at all times for many years past On account of its antiquity anti its history It sold to Hon W P Thorne r for 36 who presented It to his brother S T Thorne it being the first gun ho S TcvcrfiredEminenco Constiiu i tionalisl Tho Epworth loaguo held a busing meeting at the Methodist church itfiSaturday afternoon and elected tho fol lowing officers President Jn Brooks 7 secretary and treasurer Mifiaic rf Day J chairman on d rstiunal work H JH rt Swaago chairman of Horary tofitb 4 I gent Lawn D ItatlJlIIr eL 1crlattf I 0fItSi amideee t fNt Stt1Mreed 1 i i r f II ri fiItc li 4 I7 h- raII lit L 1 J i t r r r c J 11 1 r a 1 1- z F Q L I THE HERAED 4 y T Lt41- n 4 SPENCER COOPKR PublUbtr i L rf t IIAZEL OHEKN J t t KY a r t THE HAPPIEST MAN Tin a hard vorklny man and my earnings are slight q And I haw to lx doing from morning to nighteO my pleasures and yet I can Im assay a mau as youll meet in aday With neither the tlmo nor tho money to spend On frlvolouB Joys that become In tho end Hud habits that mako one a slave or de paIr Im forced to bo good and thats happiness rare- Without f b any carriage In which lean rldo To soften my muscles and harden my pridei Im ablo to walk many miles at my case And that Is a pleasure thats certain to please Unablo to stuff on the feasts that create 4 Dyspepsia and fatness and laziness great Tho fritpil plain meals I am hungry to cat I Just keep mo In trim and thats pleasure complete nccause I so seldom am able to go To n picnic or circus or concert or show Or oven aflnhlng l always enjoy These dearly earned treats with tho zest of fitaboy I notice quite often that many who strike The luck that allows them to do as they i like t Cut loose from tho anchors that hold thorn before To sail on the sea of Indulgence galore Par awhile Its good weather and plenty of fun With never n thought of the dangers thug run lint soon they are punished for sailing too fast And wrecked Jn the devils own whirlpool at last t Now If I had riches like others I might He equally foolish In search of delight c Hut as I um pour and kept busy I own A health that I wouldnt exchange for a throne J Without any money to lose In the stocks Or tempt any robber to break In my locksf Or cause my relations to wish I was dead I havent u worry to Injure my headf rhe sleep I enjoy not n millionaire knows 1 have no false friends and am free from nil foes Hard work makes mo strong and my lift Is no plain That never Im ranked with a sickness or pain jm a hard working man anti my earnings are slight And 1 have to be doing from morning t night Hut taking tho world as It goes I cnn sat i dayit A SERIOUS AFFAIR T WAS while I wim vicar cf St Clrnds- Manchester t hilt the most trying and painful epi sode ot my life U c curred and there are times even now when 1 shudder to think of the an guish m y dear dent wife and my self went celled upon to undergo One morning n shabby young fellow who looked u typical neer do well culled on me to beg I had great dllll pulty in recognizing lam ns Uonuhl Km merlon the only son of a wealthy cornI t r J factor wire and been one of my church l wardens at Wcymouth On question I lieliansquanderedhand for the lust two years hud berg V earning a precarious living as hanger h on at race courses and professional tipster tad I fear at other employmentsi more shady still I did all 1 could fur him for his fathers sake found Mm respectable lodgings and got a business friend of mine to take him into bis hailFto a month and I lost sight of him What his grat itude was like 1 was to know a few Iweeks later I was sitting in my study one TUCK day morning the first week In Decem ber preparing u lecture I was to denier i to our little society when I was handed the card of n visitor who wished to sev tile The name was Mr L Pridson and for n moment I could not recall troy Biich person to my mind Hut when lie was shown in instantly recognit l him as the cashier of the Manchester v city built lie was n portly and rather pompous man but now he looked der cidedly nervous I Good morning Mr Pridson 1 said A wretched morning Is itnot Taken ft Beat please 4liesat down lint made no rcspomw to towspeaktMr Adomson he sold I have called upon very unpleasant business ti It will be n great relief to us nil if 1 you can ulcar yourself sir r j jClear myself Why Mr 1rldson what da you mean uOn tho afternoon of November 3 Mr Adamson you came to limo bunk and r requested us to cash a cheek for J750 drawn In your favor anti signed by Sir I James Gael This morning tho chock was returned by Sir James with tho in tF1j1 timation that It wits a forgery On minutely I examining tho signature this 1 r morning wo found that tbough n clever imitation Sir Julies was right t Tou will admit that this is n scriou j talness air LrVel serious I said but does it q frzit j y 4 I l J concern mo r simply know nothing uiiout the cbe 1 4 Mr AdnniHonPhe exelalmcd withi severity Mr PrldfionrlBaldn little heated He shook his head Impatiently f Mr Adamson about 345 on the afternoon of November 3 you camp to the bank muffled up on account of the fog and Youyoungproduced this check which you had in dorsed and naked him to cash it Sid dell brought the cheek to me and I came and spoke to you A largo amount Mr Adamson J raid yes you replied it represents Sir James rhmccly generosity to our restoration and poor funds I will take the c 750 hi JJCO or c 100 notes and the odd J60 in gold Of course under the circumstances I never questioned the genuine ness of the check nor your represent tines In the ordinary course of mini ness the check came before Sir James yesterday and this morning It was re turned to us as I have said There is no doubt it is a forgery I saw that there had been roguery somewhere and that I was In an un pleasant position but my conscience was quite clear Mr 1rldson 1 said uyou are under n delusion I never hnll1i a check of Sir lanes JnrelHI and LI never brought it to the bunk to cash it t have never seen such a checlc from first to last He took the document front ins pock ctbook and held it Ixtweon his finpers It pained me to see that lit would not trust It Into my hands Here is time cheek anti turning It over is not that your signature I scrutinized it closely It certainly I loons like it lint its n forgery I know nothing about that cheek I tell you oner agaluw soenutlyiimyotvn hands I bunded the money over to you For your own sake confess that you were tVmpted rind fell Sir Januf will be merciful aid 1 can an steer for our directors In fact I am empowered to sayso Mr Pridson you mean to be kind I am sure I said speaking steadily though my limbs trembled but your appealI Is an insult You know what it will mean prose cutlon Think again of your position your wife rCpl1etlIand he left truly sorry for me i be liveso I lulled my wife in and ns gently Jis 1 could told lieu the whole business I knew what a terrible thing it was for her hilt thank Cod she has ever shown the noblest courage and sublimest fait In the worst extremities What shrill you do my dear she asked In all probability I shall be arrest ed smartly I am going to see Fells at oncelod help you my dear she sni simply as kissed her Mr Fells wax one of time best known solicitors in Manchester and sum I was proud to call n lltvsm u friend I found him in his ollice and1 told him the whole stony Ho looked at me keenly when I had done then said It may be an insult Adamson but I askl you as a legal ad1 viser do you know anything about this cheek Xothlng I staid Thank you Then of course It Iis n double forgery your name and Sir lames Hut Pridson persists it was 1 he saw Or a counterfeit of your1rpent I upon It It was nut the work of a foolI W n must find him mind you must prove when you were at that hour Count Ill unite home with you We were a few yards from my own door when a cab drove up and two plain clothes constables got out and arrestedI me Fells accompanied me to the po u I J1AVK CAMKD UPON VKHV UXlMCAB ANT II US IX UBS lice station and then left me to see my wife And thus for the first tints in my life I was n prisoner Fells cane to see me early time next morning Its known all over tho place Adamson tumid your parishioners arc mightily indignant I have set Lester the private detective to work and hes a good mat I well know Now where were you that afternoon I havent time least Idea I have beet racking my brains the best part of the night but all to no purpose Fells was gre must find out lmmesnidmuchtlepentls on its Mrs Adamson and myself have k 1t searched your dltjry and engagement I book but there are only two entries that week However it will como to you later I Lope It was n trying ordeal to stand In the dock and see in the crowded court many that I knew Some of them nodded kindly to mo as 1 entered but when they had hoard the evidence I saw trouble and perplexity on their faces I did not wonder at or resent their changed expressionthe evidence was certainly strong Poor lear gentle man said most of them trouble must have unhinged his brain or he couldnt have done it There were u few however who passionately de dared their complete belief in my luno cence Hare nayof the notes been traced asked the stipendiary No sir stud the prosecuting solicit or though we hope to do so I am in structed to nsk for n remand when further evidence will be forthcoming 1 do not oppor that said Fells but of course you will grant unil your worship MyI client is innocent ninth himself a victim of the fraud I cannot at present Mr Fells said the magistrate curtly Ircmiiul the accused until next Tuesday When I was again before the magis trate the first witness was a hotelclerk from Liverpool lHP recollected n clergy man staying at the hotel on November 4 and time manager castled him n S100 IM A WITNKSS Yotrit WOUSIIIP note which Mr Pridson swore was one 1of those he hud paid me The clerk professed to identify me and said I told him 1 was going to Ireland The police through the prosecuting solicitor were tracehmy alleged movements in Liverpool when a woman caused a disturbance by trying to push into the court Lot me go yo fool 1 she said to the policeman at the door Pin a witness 1 tell yo 1 know n lot pnnld1 ing woman with a shawl around her head followed by a stunted old woman who looked ratter seared begand1Nhnt do you want woman t asked the magistrate severely Im i witness yo wasshup Let me git in the witness box there and Ill tell autIt couldna be him Hut Ill tell yo After a little demur the woman was sworn Who she was 1 could not ut that moment conceive My names Sarah Kdmunds rind Im n wicidcr Xo S3 Little EmI street she began That tinny November 3 my mUll had n tit and the doctor said IleIIIhumored him and went to fetch Mr Adamson cheer old he tonne at once Itlrl aloof two oclock a nasty misty day too I remember Well lie went with me and rare and nice ho realIthe limns told prayed for him very nicer 1 ly Jacob towel him what a bad lot hed teen but It dldna make rummy dficrcnc Passon theer prayed for tan saute as if hed been gentry And he stopped with him till he need at ten minutes pastsix and he gave me five shillins toward the burying Betsy here who lives next door bought newspaper and lent it to me and last night 1 rend about thin business und IsaysI Law Hotsy its the passou an eoom to Jacob nll1I rend a hit farther und teed the robbery was done on time very stunt day he were with Jacob So I knowed It couldna lit him and I thowt whata foul ho were not to tell yo where he were and so I oonie to tell yo myself Yo can let hint go yo wasshup Yon got the wrong horse Ithis time Xo sooner hUll the woman begun speaking than the whole incident came hal to me If I until only remembered it tit first what trouble I might have been spared suspiclous ciousHow do you remember it was the sane day Mrs l Kdmunds he asked Why she sold dont you think I know the day when my Jacob deed It was the 3d of November at ten minutes past six And heres Betsy Snill who seed prison then to speak and I could bring two or three more There was a good dent of muttered conversation between the magistrate Fells and his opponent and at last I was remanded again on nominal bail extraordinaryfeatures ought to bo strictly investigated tho stipendiary said i But three days later all doubts iyerg set at stbL1et rccelvedfoy the chief constable from Philadelphia The wlter confessed fo hl1pgyltht- he aid of an accomplice forged the check which the accomplice disguised us myself had cashed It was a very simple and easy job the scoundrelI airily remarked No doubt you cnnI clear yourself he went on but Ir thought It just as well to write ns per haps I might get you into trouble The letter was signed Hominid Emmer tonlItlUts MADE HIMSELF WELCOME A 1 mOil II Sculptor foci u Neat Compli ment by a Rural Countryman While Miriam Powers lucid u htudlo inI Washington he employed kiln spare time In carving likenesses of some of the wild animals with which he uad been familiar in Vermont tbml lug boyhood One such piece of work CtimHH couchant tral park panther which is uow in While Mr Powers was engaged upon it nun deeply absorbed a man from the Greet mountains sauntered ntj the studio Ho lund been seeing the sights of Washington and did nut lik to go home without cull upon tat lu mous Vermont sculptor Mr1 Powers was not glad to see him nUll paid him no attention but kept on with leis work The visitor vas not abashed however If he noticed ihut ho was not invited to sit down he Jut not betray time feet He nut only mained lint kept so close to the toes elbow as really to hinder work tHH After several unsuccessful hints tho mini that his room would be button than his company Mr Power callI uII servant and told im to sweep th I studio The place hurl not been 111I ited by a broom for at least a mcnli nUll the cloud of fist that now Hllci1 the air was nil but ufiocatng The Verniontcr choked and coughed but j showed 110 disposition to retreat lime i image of the crouching puulillJI seemed to hue fascinated last Mr Powers told him bluntly hat he had Btaycd lung enough and was jnI the way AH right said the countrytMin i Ill go bill geeuhittaker what a spring shes goin to make That Mr Powers used to say was the most genuine compliment 1 ever received And what about tin man Well 1 bogged his pardon luull he tifterwirdu furnished me with some of the best models I ever hind N Y Times lliiHliiinil unit Wife Jlusbuml tend wife in England it i often salt arc one in law anti the hUH hand it lusts been mudded is that one Scriptural language has helped to fog tor this view but the unity doctrinei so stated is too broad a generalization It will not lit the facts The truer view of this unique relationship mar riugelli to regard it as composite the fusion of several elements There iiu the physical superiority a potent elm ment in a rude age but never quite wholly predommminuntthatI is to say tat wifes position is not ont of mere subjection to time husbands will Hy the law of nearly nil ages and count tries the wife has if not n recognized separate property in her own a oommu pityof property English 1 law for in stance constantly requires the twigs concurrence in the disposal of her property and tribes cure thut shy sliall have an opportunity of freely re fusing her unseat to her husbands rots Thirdly there is till idea of guardianship Tills seems best on the whole to explain the husbands punition in regard to his wifes prop CIt It is a guardianship as the horned authors of time The History of English Law point out in the natur of a profitable right It is n xnardian ship in the first instance in right of the wife and tlllnas an white by the cotiriesy in right of the child of time marriage The husbands guar dianship bud it uncut be remembered t hill strung recommendation that it- excladd the feudal lords wirdslrp London Lucy Journal ohter wit Daniel Webster worms a firm believer in the superiority of northern brains as compared with the gray mallei contained in the heads south of Mason and Dixons line This conviction toe to many earnest discussions often leI plete with wit Upon a certain neon sion one of those disputes occurred in the IIniUd States senate chamber Mi1 Webster hail been getting the best of a southern senator when Ids opponent using went to the window and looked out VI say Webster he called come here a moment A number of your constituents are passing When Mr Webster obeyed the summons he saw a drove of nudes headed in a southerly direction Ah yes he replied promptly 1 understand They mire going south to touch school liostou Budget Mommy of the noses of the Inst century were distoiled from the common practice of using Him IV Snuff is said to enlarge the nose anti the frequent blowing Juts n tendency to redden that i organ t Dreaming about knives Indicate coining lawsuits RAts seen In a dream Indicate eae mules I t If Spring I Medicine i Your blood in Spring Is almost certain tt Ibefull of Impurities tho accumulationI Iofthe winter months Bud vantilatioa of sleeping rooms Impure air tn dwelt 11Inss factories and shops overeating improper foods failure of the kidneys and liver properly to do extrsr work thus thrust upon them are the j prime causes of this condition It is otJJ the utmost importance that you j jiYourj 1the1 gone your weak thin impure blood will not furnish necessary strength That tired feeling loss of appetite will open tho way for serious disease ruined health or breaking out of humors and Impurities To jimko pure rich rude I IbloOl Hoods Sarsnparilla stands un equalled Thousands testify to Its merits Millions Uiko it as theU Spring Medicine Oct Hoods because Hoodst rl 1 Sarsaparilla I I Is the Ono True Blood Purifier AU druggists til Prepared only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Hoods Pills S3 arc only to Sarsaparllla WUDI s SHOE 8EfjohHEg If you pay 84 to SO for shoes ex amine the WI Douglas Shoe and tee what a good shoo you can buy for OVtR Inn STYLES AND WIDTHS I 1CO1 Inca wo make and loll inoro 3 than nay other manufacturer in the world andsprice stamped on the bottom- Ask your dealer for our 85 14 8380 82BO 8828 Shoes 8300 82 and 8175 for boys TALE NO SUBSTITUTE If your dealer cannot supply you send to rae tory enclosing price and 36 cents to pay carriage State kind style of toe cap or plain size width Our Custom Dept willandII Jour order for new rated Catalogue to nix n S3J We L DOUGLAS Brockton Mautl 11PSo fate could not abuse them Stuck Cupid Hair Pius in their tails And then they couldnt IV lose them Its In the TWIST IDnoI Eye I used Klf Cream helm for catarrh anti have re caved great licneflt J Lo Inc it a safe ami certain curt Very pleasant to taleWII Eraser Ho cheater y r tho pills talc with Hoods FOR Shoes i CATARRH IcirnnesttanlfromlDIlIo1hoalequloklyabsorbcd j A partlclo Ixfinpllcrt Into each nostril nndln pi tsorbyrnntliran AKUMUTOU CO does half tho wart vlndmlll business becauso it has reduced lice cWt wind power to 110 whet It was It has manr br4 ndbetter Article for less moot others It makes Iumplof bared Steel Ualranusdj Wmoletlon VlnllmJIIs Til J and Fixed Steel Towers Steel Buo FrauM Steel Peed Gutters and Grinders On application It will nilnv of these studies that It will furnish fannar tit at 13 the usual price It also a Tanks and Pumps of all tunas Send for cataM Factor t Utb Rockwell ted FlUmore Streets CM WE HAVE NO AGEN but tell direct to the cOn at wholcialo prices Snl whom for examination sale Everything won rSv i oo styles of Cart wAoo styles of liarstyres Riding r Write for cats Rae ELKHART CAR st HARNESS HF I ELKLIA1iTr OPIUM aall WHISKY htblti eared it raiL Ur L woatui ryuu tan rAT ytositanfa 4 Fr t f i IT r 11 1 I k S lT r II 7 7 t A TIMELY SERMON When the Lord Almightys Hosts Gather for the Fray Each Country Iran Ice Motto CotVd Word Their JtullyliiB CryOld World Nations have Art nu t Science Hut Auierl cue Chosen 1umult It to Wurk Gods Will Dr Tamagc chose for his text Sun day Revelation Hi 11 And 1 beheld another beast coming up out of the earth and he had two horns like n lamb and ho spake us a dragon Is America mentioned in the Bible Learned mid consecrated men win have studied the inspired books of Dan iel end Revelation more than I have and understand them better agree In saying that tho leopard mentioned in tho Bible meant Grccia and the beat meant MedoPersia and the lion meant Babytui and tho beast of the text coming up out of the earth with two horns like a lamb and the voice of tin dragoon means our country because among other reasons it seemed to Como up out of the earth when Columbus discovered it and it has beet for tho most part at peaci like a lamb unless assaulted by foreign foe in which ease it has two horns strong mind sharp and tho voice of a dragon loud enough to make all nations hour the roar of its indigna tiou la it reasonable to suppose hut h God would leave out from the prophc des of Ills hook this whole western hemisphere No no I beheld an other beast coming up out of the earth and he had two horns like a lamb and lie spoke as a dragon Germany for scholarship England for manufactories prance for man acre Egypt for antiquities Italy for pictures But America for God I start with tile cheering thought that the most popular book on earth today is the Bible the most popular institution on earth today is Un church and the most popular name on earth today is Jesus Right from this audience hundreds of men and women would if need be march out aud die for him Am I too confident in saying Amer lea for God If the Lord will help me I will show the strength and extentof the long line of fortresses to be taken and give you my reasons for saying it can be done and will be done Let us decide in this battle for God whether we are at Bull Run or nt Gettysburg There is a Fourth of July Ish way of bragging about this country and the I t most tired and plucked bird that ever flew through the heavens is the American eagle so much so that Mr Gladstone said to me facetiously at Hawarden I hear that the fish in your American lakes are so large that when one of them is taken out the entire lathe is prcceptibly low ered and at l dinner given in Paris an American offered for a sentiment Hero is to tho United States bounded on the north by the aurora borealis on the south by time procession of the equi foxes on tho east by primeval chaos and on the west by the Day of Judgment The effect of such grandlld quence is to discredit tho real facts which are so tremendous they need no garnishing The worst thing to do in any campaign military or religious is to underestimate an enemy and I will I have no part in such attempt at boUt f tlomcnt This land to be taken for God ac cording to Ilasscl the statistician has 143101107 square miles a width and a r length that none but tim Omnisccnt 1canappreciate lour Europes put to gether and capable of holding and feeding as it will hold and feed r according to Atkinson the sta tistician if the world continues in existence and does not run afoul of some other world or get consumed by time fires already burn ing in the cellars of the planet capa ble I say of holding andfcoding more than one billion of inhabitants For you must remember it must bo held for God as well as taken for God and the last five hundred million inhabitants must not be allowed to swamp the religion I of the first five hundred million Not much use in taking the fortress if we can not hold it It must bo held until t the Archangels trumpet bids living and lead arise from this foundering planet You must remember it is only about 7 oclock in the morning of our nations life Great cities arc to flash and roar among what are called the lint Lands of tho pakotahs and the great Colum bia Plains of Washington state and that on which we put our schoolboy fingers on the map end spelled out ass the Great American Desert is through systematic and consummating A Irrigation to bloom liko Cliatsworth p tqmd be made more productive than those religious dependent upon uncer Gala and spasmodic rainfalls All those regions as well as those regions already cultivated to bo inhabited That was a sublime thing said by Henry Clay whilo crossing the Allegheny mountains and he was waiting for tho stage IIOIKCS to be rested as he stood on a rock arms folded looking off into tho valley and some one said to him Mr Clay what arc you thinking about lie replied I am listening to the oncoming tramp of tho future generation of America Have you laid our homo missionary scheme on such an infinitude of scale If tine work of bringing one soul to God d9sit greatcan a thousand million bet a pVureil Ih this country already t 1 x p- Kvrr r planted Mil to be overcome paganlsrI has built its altar to brahma aad tot Chinese are already burning incense Ia their temples and raohammcdanlsw drunk in other days with tho red win of human blood at Lucknow and Cawn pore and now fresh from the diabolism in Armenia is trying to get iu foothold here and from the minarets of her mosques will yet mumble her blasphemy saying God is great and Mohammed is Ills prophet Then there are the vaster multitudes with no religion at all They worship no God they live with no consolation and they din with no hope No star of peace points down to the manger In which they were born I and no prayer is uttered over tho grave into which they sink Then there is alcoholism its piled up demijohn and beer barrels and hogshead of fiery death la barricade high and long as the Alleghenies and Rockies and Sierra Nevadas pouring forth dayand night their ammunition of wretchedness and woe When n German wants to take a drink he takes beer When an En glishmun wants to tike a drink he takes ale When n Scotchman wants to take a drink ho takes whisky Hut when an American watts to take u drink ho takes anything hum can lay his hands an- Plenty of statistics to tell how much money iis spent in this country for run and how many drunkards diel Hut who will give us the statistics of how many hearts are crushed under the heels of this worst demon of tins con turics How many hopes blunted How many children turned out on the xvorld accursed with stigma of a der bandied ancestry Until the worm of the distillery becomes the worn that never dims and the smoke I I heIthat usccndcth up forever and ever Al i coholism swearing not with hand uplifted toward Heaven fur from that di rection it can get no help but with right hand stretched down toward the perdition from which it caino up swearing that it will not cease as long as there are any homesteads to despoil any magnificent men anti women to de stroy any immortal souls to damn anymore nations to bulk any more civilizations to extinguish Then there is in America what we call socialism in France communism and in Russia Nihilism the three names for out and the same thing and having but two doctrines in its erect First there is no God Second there shall be no rights of property One of their chief journals printed this sent incut Dynamite can be made out of the dead bodies of capitalists as well us out of hogs One of the leaders of communism left inscribed on his prison wall where he land been justly incur cerated these words When once you arc dead there is an end everything therefore ye scoundrels grub what ever you can only dont let yourselves be grabbed Amen There are in this country hundreds of thousands of these lazy scoundrels Honest men deplore it when they cnn not get work but those of whom 1 speak will not do work when they can get it 1 tried to employ one who asked mo for money I said Down in my cellar is some wood to saw and I will pay you for it For a little while I heard the saw going and then I heard it no more I went downstairs and found the wood but the workman hall disappeared taking for company both buck and saw- Socialism communism and nihilism mean Too wicked to acknowledge God and too lazy to card a living and among the mightiest obstacles to be overcome are those organized elements of domestic social and political ruin There are also the fastnesses of infidelity anti atheism and fraud and po litical corruption and multiform hy draheaded millionarmed abominations all over the land While the mightiest agencies for righteousness on earth are good and healthful newspapers and good and healthful books anel our chief dependence for Intelligence and Chris thin achievement is upon them what word among the more than one hun dr d thousand words in our vocabulary cn describe the work of that archan r rjrcl of mischief a corrupt literature What man attempting anything for God and humanity has escaped a stroke of its lithy wing What good cause has escaped its hindcrment What other obstacle in all the land so appalling lent 1 can not name more than onehalf the battlements the bastions the intrenchments the re doubts the fortifications to be stonncd and overcome if this country is ever taken for GoeJ The statistics are so awful that if we hind nothing but the multiplication table and the arithmetic the attempt to evangelize Ameri a would be an absurdity higher that the Tower of Babel before it dropped on the plain of Shinar Where are the dlllcd troops to march against tho y fortifications as long us the continent Where arc the batteries that can bo un limbered against these walls Where are the gaps of largo caliber to storm these gates Well let us look around and see the first of all who Is our leader and will be our leader until the work is done Garabaldi with n thou sand Italians could do more than an other commandoT jrith 10000 Italians Gen Sherman era one side and Stonewall Jackson on tho other each with 10000 troops could do more than some pthct generals with 0 000 troops Thor Wgl t ioaf 1 J 7 ictl1lwnshingtn iiosBedtho tcy Df avyaro with n few ialffroz6n troop was aalgbtler thusi r t1 I o tl tho ship of war that during the ABM icau revolution caino through thearrows a gun at each porthole and sunk in Hell Onto Our leader like cst great leaders was born In an obscur3 place and it lads an humble home about five miles from Jerusalem Thos who were out of doors that night said I that there was stellar commotion and i music that came out of tho clouds as I though tho front door of Heaven had i been sot open and that the camels heard Ills Unit infantile cry Then I lIe came to the fairest boyhood that mother was very proud of and from 1J to 30 years of ago was off in India if traditions there are ac- curateI and then returned to Ills nu- III live land and for three years had ills i pathway surrounded with blind eyes i that ho Illumined and epileptic patient to whom lie gave rubicund health and tongues that Ho loosed from silence in to song and those whoso funerals lie stopped that Ho might give back to bereaved mothers their only boys and those fewoml pulses He had restored In to rhythmic throb and whose paralytic limbs He had warmed into healthful circulation pastor at Capernaum but laming evangelist everywhere hush lug crying tempests and turning troll lug seas into solid sapphire anti for I I the rescue of a race submitted to court I leuntsIi Limo luavens and then treading the crowds home ward like snowy moun tain peaks till Heaven tonic Him buck again more a favorite than He had ewer been but conning again He is on earths now nUll the nations are gathering to His standard Following Him were tho Scotch ewenantcrs the Thcban legion the victims of the Lon don Haymarket the Pieelmontcse Rut forors the Pilgrim Fathers the Huguc tints and uncounted multitudes of the pnst joined by about 400000000 of the present und with the certainty that all nations shall huzza at Ills chariot wheel Ho goes forth the moon under His feet and tho stars of Heaven for His tiarathe Mighty loader He of Drumclog aid Bothwell Bridge and Bannockburu and the One who whelm ed Spanish Armada Coming up from Edoin with dyed garments from Boz rah traveling in the greatness of Ills strength mighty to save and behind whom we fall into lino today and march in the campaign that is to tao America for Gad Hosanna Hosuniiu Wave nil the palm brunches At ills feet put down your sliver and your gold as in Heaven you will cast before Him your coronets With such a leader do you think we can do it Say do you think we oanV Why many ramparts have already been taken Where is American slav- ery Gone and the south us heartily as the north prays Peace to its ashes Where is bestial polygamy Gone by the fiat of the United Stales government urged on by Christian sentiment and Mormonism having retreated in 18r0 from Fayette N Y to Kirkland Ohio and in 1S 3 retreated to Suit Luke City now divorced from its superfluity of wives will soon retreat into the Pa cific und no basin smaller than an ocean could wash out Its pollutions Illiteracy going down under the work of Slater and Peabody funds and Sub bath schools of all the churches toad all eleupmlnatlon Pugilism made unlawful by congressional enactment the brutal custom knocked out in time first round Corruption at tho ballot box by law of registration and other safeguards made almost impossible Churches twice as large as the old ones the enlarged sup ply to meet the enlarged eleMiiund Nihilism getting a stunning stroke by the summary execution of its exponents after they received its death blow from the recent treaty which sends back to Russia the blatant criminals who had been regurgitated on our American shore The very things that have been quoted as perils to this nation are going to help its salvation Great cities no often mentioned as great obstacles the center of crimes and the reservoirs of nil iniquities are to lead In the work of Gospclizaticn Who give most to homo missions to asylums to reli gious education to all styles of human itarian mind Christian institutions Time cities From what places did the most relief go at the time of Johnstown flood anti Michigan fires nUll Charles ton earthquake and Ohio freshets From the cities Prom what place did Christ send out his 13 apostles to gos pel ize the world From a city What place will do more than mummy other place by its contribution of Christian men and women and means in this work of taking America for God New York city Time way Paris goes goes France Time way Berlin goes goes Germany lime way Edinburgh goes goes Scotland The way London goes goes England Time way Now York and couple other cities go goes Arum lea May the Eternal God wake us up to the stupendous issuej Another thing quoted pessimistically Is tho vast and overtopping fortunes in this country and they say it means concentrated wealth and luxurious I ness and display and moral ruin It is my observation that It Is people who have but limited resources who make the most splurge and I ask you Who arc endowing colleges and theological seminaries lilt you over hear of Peter Cooper and James Lenox and sainted Wm E Dodge and the Lawrences Amos and Abbott while I refrain from mentioning living benefactors who quite as generous and Chrlttiau are sit this moment planning whitt they a oojia1 thefc el ysa f11n + their iMt 1 1r CQL IT eeapsictthatTh6 widows giltebeaoroAt ttrt TMi Is to have Its part in OM oatt emt capture but wo must hare more than that and more right away Many of the men that expect to get tho blessing for bestowing time widows mite will not get the blessing In the first place they are not widows and in the next place they have no might The time is cominghasten It Lord and I think you and I will see it when us Josoph the wealthy Arhn athean gave for the dead Christ a cost 11y mausoleum tho auluottt men and women of this country will riso In their strength and build for our King ono Jesus the throne of this American continent Another thing quoted for discourage uncut but which I quote for encenimge mcnt is foreign immigration now that from Castle Garden wo turn back by the first poor ship the foreign uRn boudism we are getting people the vast majority of whom come to make an honest living among them some of tho bravest and best If you should turn buck from this land to Europe the foreign ministers of tho Gospel ant UK foreign attorneys and tho foreign mer chants und the foreign philanthropists what n robbery of our pulpits our courtrooms our store houses and out beneficent Institutions mind what n putting basic of every monetary mot ciful moral mind religious interest of the land This commingling hereof all nationalities under time blowing of God will produce iu 75 or 100 years the most magnificent style of man and woman tho world over saw limey will have the wit of one race the Uoquenco ol another race the kindness of another the generosity of another tho msthetlc tasto of another tho high moral char uetcrof anotherand when that mUll 11 nil woman step forth their brain and servo and muscle an intertwining of tho fi bern of all nationalities noting but time now electric photographic apparatus that can see clear through body mind and soul can take of them an adequate picture But the foreign population of America is less than eleven per cent of all our population and why nil this fuss about foreign hnnmigra ion Eightynine born Americans to 11 for eigners If 80 of us Now Jersey men or 80 of us Now Yorkers or bO of us Ohioans or 89 of us Georgians or 89 of us Yankees are not equal to 11 foreigners then wo are a starveling 111 iputian group of humunculi that ought to be wiped out of existence- INTERESTING ITEM CAST lltox pennies mire in circulation in Birmingham They are remarkably good counterfeits WOMKX of lEqiilnunk Ps have dev clued to rut wood to raise funds for anew Methodist church Fit A NIC PiuirK of Etna N J dug up n box containing copper permits tint ing from 1700 to 1775 He sold time lot for live dollars Diiov France has n poplar tree with a record that can be traced to TH A D It is IJt feet high anti 45 feet in dreams ference at time base EXTIIACT from time catalogue of Icaci Ing library In the novels and stories marked with an astorlslc the happy couples get married at the finish A TIIAITKII at Morristown Vt re ceived a second order from a Montreal fur house for 1000 live skunks thi other day He says he Is sure ho can fill it Mils AIIIKIIT CIIKRHINOMH of New York was petting liar little daughter time other tiny when she was bitten by a house dog The animal was jealous Josiuii ILKOXAIIU was arrested In New York tho other duty for stealing a doormat lie told tho judge ho took IIt because the word Welcome was on it IT is proposed to resteire the stone that marks the grave of Dr Johnson ia Westminster Abbey The surface of the present gravestone Is decayed nud the inscription is half obliterated ill JAniN LIVKHMAV who tiled in Minneapolis the other day at the ago of U claimed to be the first commercial traveler to go on the road in this country He traveled for a jewelry house A IAIIOK collection of 17000 stuffed birds mind ninny series of bird skeleton hUH boon bequeathed to time British mu seum by the lute Henry Soebohui the naturalist It Is tho most valuable gift mailer to the natural history Mctlon of the museum in a quarter of u century Its ornithological collection IIs now tho largest in the world consisting of JiUO 000 specimens Tin Holton Kiln Signal puts out till following problem for the schoolchildren to worry over A roan found u tondollar bill lie paid the grocer md took u receipt The grocer paid he money over to the real estate agent for rent Tho agent paid tho tendollar bill to the man who owned tho property who happened to be the man who lost tho bill He deposited tho bill in the bank and it was returned to him ai u counterfeit Was there anything gained or lost in this series of trans actions GIMIKUT PAIIKKII time English novel ist who in now visiting Boston was In Samoa nt time time tho hurricane wreck ed time German and American menof var Mr Parker in telling of his ex Mjrlencc said the other day 1 had been aboard time Vandulia several days and the time had come when I should have to leave I was undetermined however whether to go or stay and to lettlo tho question 1 tossed up a uofa leads to go tails to stay It came down heads and I left the ship The next day the atom struck her and wIa ImweatduYZGmX j oJ 7 OV yV rt J r y CJ C ilPERSONAL CANO tIMIMtlONAL TM king t t Itair dtt+Nas a ilaiw- ill net tatttt theut In fch baud Hi Mid owing to the fact thai fete father wasted hoUrrt over them A di4n Mt death of Alphonso XII card l ttylag- has been forbidden at Ue court ef 8dxatnLonl Itayleigh has been appointed tclentlfic adviser to the Trinity fepww the English pilotage and ItghthoUMi board In succession to Tyndall who+rpredecessor was Faraday Lord Kay leigh besides being the discoverer of argon is married to Mr Arthur Hal fours sister Lord Salisburys niece A woman drummer for a Chicago brush concern has been doing a big business In Madison county Ky Shu Is sale to have sold goods to merchants who were not in the brush business and generally to have sold vastly mow than any male drummer ever could anil at prices n man would not have dared to mentionIt reported in Chicago that See rotary Carlisle will open n law oflieolnn tint city after ho retires from the cab fret On the other hand it is sAM In Washington that nt time end of time present aelmlnlutrat ion President Cleve land mind Secretaries Olmy and Carlisle will organize a firm to practice law in New York city Emperor William of Germany has been n blight to the aristocratic so ciety of Berlin Ills arbitrary mannera have led to quarrels with ninnyof the society leaders of the German capital and time court circle has been narrowed by time withdrawal of prominent mem hers who could not get on with their autocratic relative Prof William II Scott of Prince ton in a recent lecture before the Phllrt Oelphla Academy of Natural Sciences advanced the theory that Australia und time Antarctic continent were once connected by land and supported by I pinmmtIof an Antarctic exploring expedition One of tho most noteworthy among f the New Year honors conferred by tlmo queen was time Iwstownl of knighthood on Mayor Lewis of Freetown tho capital of Sierra Leone Mayor Lewis who in also an nnolllelal member of thin legislative council is a pureblooded negro This is the first time that the honor of knighthood has been bestowed on one of his race N PENSIONERS IN AUSTRIA Old Kildicrnof the Crown Ara Well Care 1or In Home Such of time old people IIH have cloUiCH of their own or have friends willing to ti provide thorn with clothes woar them while time less fortunate are supplied by the poor law department with what they require In tin latter case time dress though as plain as possible IK warm ami comfortable sand of the kind worn by time artisan chiKs of uinric grimy or brown homespun or darkcolored i verge It iIB not uniform indeed OH it is mndn in the building it 1Is exceed ingly probable that they who wear It tut least If they bo women have n voice in deciding its fashion With time ex ception of the invalids all are required to heop their clothes in good repair and to pay a certain amount of mitten tion to their personal appearance ciao are point which especially In Vienna are strongly insisted upon for the city does not choose to have 1 ts old ponsionorK going about dirty or In rags Time hall porter him strict orders to al low no one to go out until he hnhtidied up and this regulation is warmly up proved by the majority of the inmates tbeiilKelvett To an outsider certainly seems superfluous for most of the old people are the very picture of neatness They nil appear to have u good supply of clothe One of time Inmates of tho Prnguo home insisted on showing me lily wardrobe In addition to the rough gray suit he won wearing he had a pair of dark trousers and waistcoat all In thoroughly good condition He had too under his cure n silk gown which ho displayed with Infinite pride It was his wifes wedding dress he told mo Ills wife who lives in another wing of time building hail It seems handed it over to him for greater safety Sic always wears it though of co n me when we pay visits he rc i nrkcd Incidentally One of the laun dry regulations of the hcvncn sounds in rlngllnh cars n sorry jest yet per lumps after nil It hums HA raison detre The inmates fire warned that it Is only i their bed linen and clothes that are washed free of charge not their putt wuftchc that is luce frills and furb lows Nineteenth Century The erdlct 4 A coZfcr In Nevada recently rca soned out 1 verdict more sensible than half time verdicts usually rendered It appears that nn Irishman conceiving that n little powder thrown upOn tc mine green wood would facilitate Its burs lug directed n small stream from u keg upon thu burning piece but not pea Eiflsiiig n hand sutliclcntly quick to cut thus oil he was blown into a millloanm pieces Time following was the verdict delivered with great gravity by tkeof 4 tidal Cant be called surcIdeh kM he didnt menu to JdU hhntltlt Jt wasnt Visitation of God hekase he wMwi truck by lightning he dldwt dieJ fix f want of breath for he c1h111ar thlngt e breRtho wilh ltai bid didnt fnow1 Mh t he VM Mi V I shah bripglndtedrer wit y molt ntllt11 Ohi NPJh I 1I tP 4i t Iii It zja t p 1 I Etf tI I J iff fU c 1 0 10- C w T TJYYvIwwTTITIJILIII i r nr r y c e HEKERAL I 1 31 1WKOER COOPER Editor 1 CIAS E HABIOHT BnBlnoss Manager g and Ansoctate EditorIu I y HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 0 1890 1 7 ANNOUNCEMENT Wo arc authorized to nmiotinco CIIAS T r BYRD of Cnmptou RII a onmlldute for the- WolfeY office of Circuit Court Clerk for county subject to the netlon of tho Demo tt cratfo par- tyLACONICILIVE j NEWS CoxaiiKSH has appropriated 50 t improvingtTUB court of appeals has rein stated Sheriff Pllanz of Jeffersony county who failed to execute hifiI I bond in tho time ruquirod by law t THE houso elections comtnittoo in tho Kondall case win report sometime this month and it iis thought that it will bo fnvornbloto Kendall TilE board of equalization is not yot through with its labors an somo of tho counties aro given an increase in their assessments whilo y others are decreased ABOUT a dozon cases of a malig Want typo of measles oyriat in thf Frankfort pen and l+ recautiou are being taken to prevent tho spread of tho disease THE bimetallic league of Madi son county Tennessee demanded that tho Democratic national con fivontion declare for free silver and iiJ1ominnto a free silver candidate for president I Clov BIIAIMKY has received n r telegram from tho chairman of tho Republican committee of Now York assuring him that ho would stand n grout chance to bo thoI y Republican nom1wo for presi dent i TnEwomon of Spring lull Ins siro in iv fair way of governing tho affairs of that tpwn having nomi i nated a municipal ticket composed entirely of women There are gpod prospects of the entire ticket being elected VI tlJtR Democratic state executive I Ubmmittoo tits boon end to moot tji Louisville April 22 to fix tho timo for holding tho stato conven tin to select delegates to tho f Chiclgoi1l1it LAST woolc a mindreader gave on exhibition at Wluohostor and flow Leonard Cook a clerk iai the Winchester bank discovers ho has the sumo power Severe tests have boon made with him mind he has never failed Ho is also a hypnotist 41 ELSEWHERE in this issue will hot found a letter from Secretary Car lisle to Charles It Long chairman of tho Democratic state contra committee In this letter tho soc rotary explains himself as to how ho stands on the presidential nominatiou A HORRIDLK suspicion of canni a balism Mango about tho advertise moot of a St Louis J1lol1Vnnc ted ft goodgirl to oook and cno M1who will make a good roast or I w t broil and will stew well lmoaltt brbr roua is a farmer near Ful oJI tF i 1 n 0 fouIf I Yti tif J j ton N Y who posted this notice in his field If Uny mans or womans cows or oxon gits in these oats his or her head will bo cutoff ts the case maybe a Tun Republican of Wolfe coun ty met in convention nt Cumpton last Saturday April 4 to select delegates to tho distrist conven tion at Winchester on tho 14th Resolutions wort passed endorsing tho administration of Gov Bradley j instructing for Bradley first and McKinloy second and recom mending Win Hurst as delegateI to the St Louis convention No action was taken in the congression al race SEORETARY CARLISLE Writes Chairman Clmrlos R Long Defin ing ills Position Secretary Carlisle has written the tot lowing letter on the subject of his can diducy for the presidential nomination i at tho Chicago convention WASHINGTON April 4 18UG Charles II Long Esq Ohnirtuaii Demo antic Plate Central Committee Louis ville Ky My Dear Sir Your favor of March SO in which you say in piilmtancc the many of my friends in Kentucky HIKJ1 elsewhere desire me to become n candi dato before tho approaching nationalI Democratic convention for nominatioi for tho otlicc of president and request ing mo to ef1tollle authoritative 01r definite expression upon the subject was duly received and has been mature y considered 1Dlnny communications upon the sum subject and of similar import have booni received from friends in dimrent part of the country and while very gratefulI for these numerous expressions of con fldence mill esteem upon the part of my Democratic fellow cftizen I have nott thuset camspIwith their requests by authorizing them to announce me as n candidate for the presidentimilnomination While I feel a profound interest in the welfare of my party ltun much moro concerned about its declaration of grin ciples than its selection of candidates because in my opinion its failure or success at the election as well us its ca pacity for useful sorvico in tho country in time future depend upon the position it takes or omits to take on the public questions now engaging the public mitten lion of the people and especially tho questions alluding tIll monetary system of the country and the diameter landI amount of taxation to bo impoacd upon our citizens When its position upon lhe o and other subjects has been agreed upon and clearly I and distinctly announced the conven lion ought to Mire no Iflliculty in select fag nn acceptable candidate who willI fairly represent its views rind in order that its deliberations may ho emharrasst iI as little tis possible by tho contentions of rival aspirants and their fricndi I think my duty to the party will ho best performed by declining to participate ill n contest for the nomination Tho obli gations nsMimed when 1 necepted ny present official position require mo toI devote my entire time and attention toI the public interests committed to my charge and T shall continuo to discharge the duties Imposed upon1 1110 to the lies of my ability mud in such n manner as will in my judgment most certainly promote tho true interests of my coun try and if in the opinion of my fellow Democrats in Kentucky my services en title mo to their commendation and ap proval 1 would regard their indorsement of my public course as an ample reward for tho little I have been able to accom plish in behalf of tho present adminis tration nod a sound financial policy With many thanks for your kind lot ter I am very truly yours J G CAKUSIR- ACADEMY NOTES J M Gevedou has resumed his studies Green Uowch has been visiting in Powell since last Notes A D Lacey visited his kinsfolk at Whito Oak Saturday and Sunday- L B nays was called to his home In MugoiBu county lnst Saturday on ac count of tho sickness of his brother Mrs Alico Ainyx Daysboro Miss Ida Rose Lacy Creek Beverly Drake Speu and J R DeBusk Morgan county enrolled thin week Opening tho daily work at 7 a m is meeting with genera1 approval By this th pupils get to do more of their study EaglB daylight and mere time is linn a y asy to Take rasy to Operate Are features pecmltnr to hoods Pills Small In Size taetelcss eelclent thorough As One nom oodsii I Mid You never know you have tokens pill till It is nil overl C I Hood Co Irnt rietora HA yea ititnss PillsTitlly pllU to take with Hoods Knrianarlllo to the lonelier review and drawing classes The drawing chases nro milking mark c 1 improvement under the skillful teach ing of G C Williams Mo is certainly nn adopt in what lie professes to teach The management of tho school will se cure him for the fame work beginning in Jununry of next year if at all possible Our pupils have many advantages of which a great number of people are not aware Let us enumerate some of them yip A regular graduating course of three years n business course instrumental music and voice culture shorthand and typewriting plain nod ornamental draw ing n teachers review and a bible course All the above at n very little outlay Tho dtbnto on last Friday evening was n decided success The young men who spoke for the most part showed careful preparation mend gun to the largo audi ence many interesting filCh These de bates are proving to bo an interesting feature of the school work and it is suggested that n debate be given about every six weeks in tho next session On andttho debates will be both interesting and profitable The silver question the Cu hall question the tariff question nnd tho annexation question will bo discussed ACADEMITE No ones education is truly liberal in these days which docs not include n knowledge of tho best simple remedies for ordinary illness The people in this locality have lately been taught a lesson in the wonderful curative properties of Ramons Tonic Liver Pills in all forms of biliousness disordered liver sour stomach etc Sick headaches vanish speedily where this remedy is employed Our druggist will confirm the report of their wonderful euros The combined treatment of Liver Pills and Tonic Pel lets cost but 25 cents Sample lose free Christian Church Meetings It iis expected that the series of meet lags to be held at the Christian church in Hazel Green and conducted by Elder TI S Tinsley will login next Wednes day evening Several weeks since Tut lliull published lfst of subjects of sermons from which any of special inter wit may bo chosen andwe thiwck print an invitation from Uro Tinsley to each raid every person in this section To BitKTiiitiiN AND Fiuuxns- We cordially invite you to our meet hug maul will appreciate your coming by a return of Christian cordiality mill the bent und must helpful frn ire we can render Our chief dosire iis to give our meeting such condition as to insure the presence mill blessing of Ood the exalta tion of Christ and the ofiico nnd time op orating power of the Holy Spirit We want to come together 11111 feel that we are in Divine presence that we may ellI joy n fulfillment of the gracious privilege in Hitting together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus Let us separate our alltdivine influence and wo will bo lifted up to u high plane of happy Christian living It is not a sectarian meeting We de sire to hold forth only tho claims of tho Lord Ieruns When men are brought to believe in Him and to obey Hint in tho ncccptnnce of the Gospel maul the Iliving of the Christian Jirwo believe their full duty ia performed As a religious people we are not n separate sect If the effect of our movement has been the pro duction of another sect coordinate with tho denominations wo have sinned a grievous sin It is tho doctrine of the Christian church and so far as wo arc nblo we try to fulfill itTO HE UNSECTA JUANto follow Christ and Him only without any sectarian identity This at least is our ideal Wo believe it is graciously possible and will continually strive to fulfill it In working for no denomination it is certain we will work against none Having no desire to tear- down our whole desire will bo to build tneotingGodforbid Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ by whom the world is crucified unto me i nd I unto tho world Gal 614wl1l be faithfully observed and the and cooperation of all Gods children will bo highly appreciated We especially prayersYrma TSbZNBLEY w 1I louis Gus STRAUSS THE LEADING Clothin House OF KENTUCKY I Largest Stock 1 i IPIicesI When in Lexington do not fail to give us a call Louis Gus Strauss Main St Opposite Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky IROSEcd DAVI x OPHACTICALO 1 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 1 E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM nnd ROAD WAGON Iuse the nest Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our pric j nnd when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy II your work is solicited 1 t w 11INIrespectfully ID KIWFNANSi Ageny FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT Tho Safest Best and MOST RELIABLE Agenif Iin Eastern Kentucky Rates Reasonable II 260000oiLOSSESAddress A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky T COLVIN IwrmI TRIMBLE BROTHERS Wholesale Qrooers MT STERLING KY Hn MAUPIN IIJtREED PEEBLES WHOLESALE DRY GOODS i NOTIONS C PORTSMOUTH OBK r WE HERALD Hazel Groan Hsarsays Happenings 0All this vo grunt the editor And more than this beside Tie in the grwitunt creditor That ever lived or died l Ho credits for his weekly shout Will credit for unII Adi And always t credits wlflt ho ollps But credit uover hud An editors supposed to live On nir and printers pis lIe runs his paper just for fun llis health and eaerclseAnon- J 11 Thompson iis at Farmers this week on business Born to the wife of Will Junes nco IJoimie Railof Fhicnstlc a girl Judge Davis and Charley Keyset were chests of the Day house this week Prof Bishop of Campion took in the sights of Hazel Green several days this week Curtis and Mmrlio Ruse paid their young friend Merman Do Husk a usit Saturday Capt Dickorsen Will Perry anti Frank Barons were guests of the Pay Homo this week Let same one start tho hall in repair ing the old sidewalks and putting in new ones where needed The thank tankof Tin IlKUAU force was replenished through the kind of Richmond Do BukIBlood purified disease cured sickness and suffering preventedthis the record of Hoods Sarsaparilla TJio poatollico at lInger Mngoilin county has been rceatablishcd with Robert Reed as postmaster A new poatiiflico has been establmhod in Morgan county The name iill Malone curd the postmistress is Lola lL Lykins Miss Mollie Cox of the Cox Mill neighborhood who tins been sick for nI week or ten days is rapidly improving Miss Hattie Quicksall assistant teach air nt the Campion high school spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at hazel Green J Taylor Day hue gone to Cincinnati and other wholesale markets to lay in nnI entire new and full stock of spring and summer goods Our West Liberty correspondence came via Salyersvillo last week and did not reach us until Thursday noon too j issuejThe many friends of W J WAllis will be pleased to learn that ho is able to le- on tho streets again after a protracted spell of heart trouble D C Patrick one of MugoUm countys rising young men passed through Mon lay en route homo from Owingsville where ho lint been on business The tobacco barn of 1 Taylor Day on Lick branch way robbed of almost its entire contents lastMonday Something 1lilo2000 pounds were curried oil Henry Freeman who was sentenced to the penitentiary for three years for killing Boyd Arnett in Morgan county has already begun to serve his term Our farmers have taken advantgo of the sunshiny days of the past week and done n great deal of plowing Quito a number have already sown their oats For n lot of nice limo sweet potatoes which are n rarity at this season of the year the editor and his better I extend thanks to Mrs Lou Day of the Day house Aunt Polly McClure aged about 70 years died Friday at her homo on Grassy She was the mother of Dr andeke McClure und motherinlaw of Dr Gcvedon Patrons of the former postollkc at Kounscnu Brcathitt county will be pleased to learn that it has been re opened Buckhonnon McQuinn is the postmaster We call the attention of the mountain merchants to the card of W T Colvin in this issue of Tin HFKALD Ho rep resents the old reliable firm of Trimble Bros Mt Sterling If you have a good stallion or jack ad vertise him You may have something good but the people will never know anything about it unless you invoke tho power of the press This office is jell equipped to do cal- i the horse anti jack jbUJs needed by the owners of such stock Call around see camples get prices ud give us your I l work We are sure to p1eue1ou m Inadvertently wee lat week save credit to Mrs Miles Wilson for a gallon of pickled cucumbers when hi fact Mrs Daniel Lnndsaw of Stillwnter was the lady to whom our thnnks were due 1 Too Clark of this plane lass just finished the frame work of a mill nt May town fur Charley Gosney 2JxJS feet two lit ries Mr Gosney will put in n saw and grist mill and a curding ma chine 7 Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name i Vary True but It Kills All Pain J Sold Everywhere Every CayIWithout Roller There Is No Parl aA letter from 1 11 Fallen Wilmer Texas states the Garvin their ycar old child Will taken with congestion of the brain and died on March 21 Tin Hin AU joins their many friends in nym pnthy with the bereaved parents Those parties who agreed to pay their subscription in corn and other produce arc requested to bring the saute to this office at once Tho roads arc now iint good condition and no further excuses taut bo ollered Wo need it anti need ii- Now The Iodines of Mix OJlcll who gave TUB llmiAU u world wide reputation in his great novel of Jonathan and HisI Continent at Mt Sterling mid Lexing ton were largely attended and greatly enjoyed mid appreciated by all win uI hoard them Reuben Fletcher of Breuthitt county is the happy father of 21 children und I has never hull but ono wife who is stillI living Having run out of names to die tinguish so many the parents haveI named the three younger children respectively Nineteen Twenty Twenty oneAmong the candidates for office nt the coming election wo mention G W Sally who by the use of circulars announces I himself for the office of assessor Mr Sally is well known to the voters of thi I county us a thoroughgoing Democrat and further comment just at ths time is unnecessary The school p1perIIExodus edited and rend by Miss Lula Ka h at the I cntertninmcn1tst i j by Prof Cord and yet he uttered no word concerning it he paid it by not making a single correction or erasures sifter carefully rending it The holders of stock in the Hazel Green fair association should bear in mind that the regular minimi meeting will be held in Hazel Jrren on Saturday May 2 for tho purpose of electing nfl cers etc Let there bo full attendance so that steps may ho taken at once lo make the fair next fall the success it always has been Lnst Hultirduy while Pan iiid Gon Dyer brothers were squirrel hunting j along this bottom of Lncy creek the douLlohltrrdcllihotUII which Cnn was carrying was accidentally ilUchargcd i and the entire load of hot struck Dan in the face inflicting serious though j I not iiiieessarily fatal wounds Dr Taui bee dressed tho wound mid at last ael cuuiits tho haywas resting easy Friday night about 11 oclock Laura thu wife of Willio Stampnr lliving on Sta ropers brunch was seized with a hemorrhage of the lungs A messenger was immediately dispatched to town for a physician but before his arrival tine poor woman hail lust HO much blood that nothing could be done to save her nail death ensued in n few short hours She was about 21 years of ago and leaves husband anti three children to mourn her low She was n Miss Linkous before marriage A deserving young mUll who really needs tint office to make an honorable living iis Silas Tutt of Stillwnter ThillI gentleman huts for years suflircdwith rheumatism until now it4hus so lamed him that he iis unable to attend to tiny of tho duties his farm life require of him He humbly asks tho electors of Wolfo county to endorse him and put him in a position which ho is in every respect j competent to fill All he asks Iis tho II support of his nanny friend in placing I him in the county clerks office and hoiiII agrees to servo them faithfully and hone estly I have arranged to keep an much I of tho traveling public as desire to stop with me Sample rooms for commercial men One door west poetoffice Respectfully 1 lof I MRH ELEN KASH I 1 A 7 L u 4 ELi ITO S12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 26 cents Meals to ordor at all hours Breakfast frown 5 toO ft nu Dint tzom 10 1 a m to 8 p 111 Supper from 5 to 1 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken aSpecialtyY Gus xtMn 7EsItttkitilra1in Our thriving little City jU now worse oft in moil facilities than many of the backwoods crossroads postolllccs Since the change of the arrival and departure in tho CampionTorrent route daily papers from Lexington Louisville and Cincinnati do not reach Harel Green until the third day after publication This matter should bo looked into at once by tho piopcr authorities and something dune to remedy this state of nlluirHi Drownod Capt J S 1 null was drowned late Wednesday evening in tho Kentucky river on till lower Hide of tine Pine unit die opposite town near Hagin landing while on a pleasure trip around tho Patti Bowl In company with Prof C A logan John Patrick John Blantun Not ble Stephen Frazier mad Kenny Carpen ter ho was on a rudely constructed raft of three lugs and everything went well until they attempted to land opposite llagina lauding Tho current was very swift ami their first attempt to land was uiirtiicccxsful the raft striking n fallen tree and one of the three logs was I broken loose The remaining logs drift ed about twenty yards anti again struck a tree tearing them apart and throwing tho young men into the water about forty feet from the shore All swam to the siren or to overhanging limbs except Capt Bull who could not swim lIe caught hold of John Patrick anti both went under and whun Patrick saw he could not saves him he told him to let go his hold Cnpt Bull did so and wns immediately drowned Few men un der the circumstances would hero noted ns heroically Patrick lhind a hard strug sgle to snvo himself Stephen Frazier swam to an overhanging limb and held to it until Joe Ilagins who was on the opposite side in n boat rescued him and they immediately started in search itICapt Bulls home iis in Louisville and ho wits the only child of a widowed mother Ho was a highly educated young moan and had bright prospcciM for the future lie was an instructor in Trinity lull Louisville before coming to Jackson Collegiate Institute where he had charge of the military deport meat and twins an instructor in Latin Greek and ancient history Capt Roll wiui a faithful cued efficient teacher and was deservedly popular with Ills pupils nod nil who camo in contact with him Ho was u devout member of tho Kpinco cunuuunitydeeplyher iillliction I I A diligent Meal cla WII M miidc fur the body Thurmlay hint up to the hour of our ciiug to pre+s it had not been found JacUun Hustler II DINGFKLDKKWITH j j WITHIJ JUOfiIQSOQNorton GO i i Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS ijIiIiI Nos C37 539 and i 591West Multi Street LOUISVILLE KY i JCUTTO MERCHANTS ONLY TXT II NUNLEY Mt Sterling Ky Illila1SRNTINOa HARBISONG ATHRIGT LOUISVILLE KY Mmnfnctnrcrs of KJ TUCKY SlHlXU cod AM OTHKl NI I HuSBJi Hrunkiind nil kinds of HnrntM The Near llrusr t4topto Collar i Tim ireulenl Thing Out Ii I AH well w v ry thing it liorno renm I I iiiu yetting really to start after spring order Will reach you in plenty of tllllcj J However If you have any special time to buy write me nt Mt Sterling My trade In hlgjI want it bigger liny frown me and I built bo happy iWi I06T IN QUANTITY BE8TINOUALI WORMSS i VERMIFUCEFOnI Has hod all WORM Remedlee EVERY IOTTLE IIAMNTEEI YOLI Al Y ALL JaIWQ8UTII ttt taaPIel =cLis taeti 0 CrCi- r r A WANTED sg5o13 iE And in order to get it will sell all tho articles below r named provided you buy at ono purchase cot FOR 150 CASK J10 pounds Granulated Sugar 25 r2 pounds ArlmckloB Coffee 6045 v Onolmlf pound Spico 15 Onehalf pound Poppor r 15 Ono 8lh can Ponchos 20 5 pounds Soda h5 IIa= All tho above for 150 r = 3rrhis Special Oiler is for Thirty Dnys Only = E Respectfully = HE H PHERATTVVV Ise HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY G lj l i I 1 9hand99- t I B r t mental and Plain Drawing M FlLL OoURSKS SrsTAIXKlExl ona8 tho Lowost lJl Firmest1NInstruction Thorough Ift I I rfftIMjIJ l prepare tr teaching All tho branches of tine Coninion ohool U l11 ffSiji1 I f ffI i lifttt anal wllthlllgItlllllly 28 f li ltt1E j It will1 be a good time for teachers to review their school work r 1 fur the coining your I llt- IE I IE iilJJj l Vin J ijlllfnzel irccn 1CctttnklIr 1 I mil+ + Ea00 0JV v aI = = L DAirIr Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Pricesn y r 1 Y m ar g r a s I II U r1 BARGAINS FOR GASH Y 8 gIf 33- T 1 11GENERAlnMERCHANDISE IX jji rjj d pWI 3 and Shoos Hat and Caps f6 jiz QuooiiHwaro Hiirdwarc At r d J JJ Also the colobrntiul Avery gX43ingj price for cash prolucn ro E personsEj j their ucuounts and notes Il jIIus I coed tho nionoy and IiBcne1 I j it badlyrapplyforM sottled in full what they SB JN3 owe mo tR IitJ- 22sasas J i j s t I JaH PIERATT I j Livery Feed and Sale Stable i HAZEL GREEN ICY I HingldfigsI I for mire PsrtleK couvey ed to any point on rams bleermi et trill atseatteHd to allesns fear war tlepeerlsmgi agd HIIeU haslaese r Utk 4t5 00 fJJt M kindII Jolu M Pfie a izRATTD r i JBUOK EYE 11blG- OINTMErH T CURES NOTHING OUT PILES a A SURE rind CERTAIN CURE known for ID yonro an tho BEST REMEDY for PILES ISOrT nY ALT DKUOOIATAtt- trtitrBieaABCCOnUXD CO OTIOW3 n THE fiGCIDENTSOF LIFE Write to toO QtnxcnY Drawer Ito Clilcago Decre tory or the BTAJI AccioiJJt CoiirAwv fur luformullfia rcRarJInc Accident In ar once Mention ttila payer lly to domr Ion tea tdva werab rMp fee Ifas paid ever 030 WOO tot accidental UJurlci DC your own Agent Jo 11WDICAI UXAMIXATION RflQtJRa FATFOlk8D3YoIJ PATIENTS TREATED 1Y MAIII eoBldrtuuilr rnr iMutlcuhn MMreM DR SNYDER WXtttSW 1 WantedJln Idea j urr j JaI 1raaMlMSlsccMIl rtettc+ o x1 b i 1 A rTTci5 THE ILVkRITE eaT JbalMtft et Trent for the Hi lx aU Contention Five republican senators votcJ I against taking up the tariif bill for the 1action of the senate They were Can iioiif Qf Utah Carter and Mantle of Montana Dubois of Idaho and Teller of Colorado Cotter is the chairman of the republican national committee Four populist Hcnatprs elected aa re publicnns or by republican votes lit their respective states liutlur of 1 North Carolina Jones and Stewart of Nevada and Icffer of Kansas also voted against taking up the bill Who the tutlnt4 announced the republican lenders declared that the bill was dead beyond hope of revival and that It wns the end of all attempts to legislate on the tariff at thin session The silver republicans were denounced ns responsible for the failure of tariff legislation and were recd out of the party Senator Teller defiantly re torted We can get along letter without the party than the party can without us The event lis regarded nA parallel in the main with the bolt of t the slavery democrats in 1861 The succession of events however in the two cases looking to the future appears to be reversed The democratic bolt of 1800 begun in the national con vention at Charleston when the south i ern delegate left their seats walked out of the building and organlcd u rival convention in another place Th movement was regarded with great 7 I DEATH IN REPUBLICAN World general alarm It did not require great political sagacity to foresee that th Disruption of the democratic purtx would be followed by tot election of a Vcptihllcan president which would be I their delegates hail withdrawn from too national convention The forecast became history The great republican ullvcrltc bolt of 1890 instead of beginning in the na tional convention brgan in congress It dune the other end foremost IU publican senators representing th silver state headed by the chairman of the republican national committee lit llbehntely walked out of their party ranks as Senators Jeff Davis Hunter Mason Henjumin and the other se NAAloII hIt senators headed by Vice Pres ident Hreekinrldgf walked out of the cnjite chamber in 1801 it Is one of the extremely probable events of the future that history will repent itself in reversed order In the disruption of the republican party in 1800 The silver republican senators ore embittered nod determined They deliberately separated from their party They were denounced and read out by the lenders They returned defiance and menace There is more prospect that the quarrel will be aggravated than that It will be reconciled In his speech in the senate defending the bolt of the republican shvt rites Chairman and Senator Carter tend the republican lenders n solemn warning Declaring substantially that the re publican platform of 1602 was n silver bimetallism platform he snide If the platform of 1800 announced to the country In conjunction with the action of reports bearing on the two conven tions that the plank on bimetallism adopted atMinneapolis was n delusion a fraud and n snare it would be just nu well for the republican party not to snake a nomination at St Louis at all llils Is timely warning It Indicates the course that the republican silver iltcs will pursue nt St Louis and their Ktalermlnatlont to bolt the convention IAdefeat the candidate unless n she rfaafii to one platform shall be adopted u 4 IC110Clronlc1eLo r rt k r t r p DEATH OF THE DINQLEY BILL Kxpotnrc of ItoSenator Aldrich in the smote ne knowledged the inability of the repub lican party to pass the pretended emer gency tariff bill that wan framed and passed through the house of representa tives in 48 hours last December The senate is republican because it is or ganized by a combination of republic ans and populists whereby the spoils of oJIlcc are divided between the two parties The senate refuses to plans the Dlngley tariff bill simply because the populists and republicans cannot agree upon a division of the bciuilta from this bill as they did upon the pat ronage of the senate The failure of the hllllis a confession of the hyprocisy of the republicans in presenting It Hut there is another exposure The bill was Il1lllIIrcd due a measure to supply needed revenues It was framed without any calculation as to whether it would accomplish this result It was two months after the bill passed the house that an estimate ol its effect was mode mud the Judgment of the experts was that there would be nu Increase of revenue supplied except through the wool schedule and the best possible improvement that could IM cxjHctcd was an addition of 11000 000 to the revenue So tout instead of supplying the deficiency of 1 SIUi repub lican statesmanship wan only able to propose a measure tint would grant one quarter of the relief needed but r111SAD THE FAMILY1 r ofI republican statesmanship was unabl to carry even this inadequate mensnr througlifbccause republican teaching hurt Inculcated selfishness to such 1n extent that ton highest republican aims are for shares of the spoils whether of patronage or of legislation The republican tarllY teachings have been tout the chief end of n tariff was to iHtiefit somebody The silver scan toms in the west who represent states admitted to the union solely to main tain the republican supremacy in tho electoral college have learned the ics sun of selfishness from their party They are protectionists but they want a share In ton benefits of protection Theyssuunt protection for the silver Industry The republicans and the pop ulist fell out over a division of the benefits The result Is an exposure of sham and selfishness and incnnipct ncy of ton republican party Never wits n party in such disgrace and never did a party earn its disgrace more hoiUMtlj Utlca Observer COMMENTS OF THE PRESS lleF inky for president and Quay for vice president would represent all there Is of republicanism St Louli Itepublic At the present rrte the republic an national convention will have favor ite sons to hmnX Y Mall and Express repIhl defeat of the KecdDlnglcy tariff bill by the votes of republican senators humus produced consternation k the ranks of the truly lollIllinois State Register Why should the republican sll ser men bo criticised by their party as relates All they have done is to carry protection to its logical end of look ing out for dumber one Albany Ar guts 1 Congressman Wilson of Ohio has succeeded in getting Melviiilcys Chicago speech read in the hiousrof representatives so that itwould gd into tho record The distribution of this Hpccch at public expense will follow It Is a fair Illustration of McKInltiylsni which teaches that individual ndf ncc merit rit1 public expense is poreotly proper Utlcn Observer lK i V THE MAN WHO CHANGED lie Served the Lord and Sold Patent Medicines We had just eaten supper at tobin sons cabin on the side of the Cumberland mountains when n towheaded boy came to time door to announce that a preacher named Davis had come to town and would come to Iloblnsons to put up for the night The town con listed of six houses with a total popula tion of 2ui souls As we went outdoora the newlyarrived entered the gate lie was n tall jaunt und yellow hairc0 young man of shout 25 lie was loose in the joints had a lop to his left shoulder and lie chewed plug tobacco like nn old brindle cow munching car rots The term oncry just fitted himThree or four neighbors had followed the man and till were invited into the cabin In another minute liobinson got n good look at the stranger and ex claimed Doggoiu my buttifns but what ar 30 doin nieItIIuIlmilueh Servin toe Lawtl naybur servin the Lnwtl was the humble reply us he put down his satchel Hut yo haint named Davis When I got a change of heart I hanged my name Ive cum down to wriisnel fur the lawd and to lead youns in pathst yo hevno trod Look a yore Tom Jones said Mrs Itobiuson ns slit came forward yous dont purtcnd that yo has got over beln oncry nod Ucome fittcn IIm now leadln sinful souls in the right path Mrs Jlohinson I Dogjfouv it Toni but I icant snig- ger to thatextI I laimed one of the men I Yous all us been so pien mewl itI would tine 10 Hibles to work a change Whv voifs stole hogs right in this town 1 Hut bless Iho Lawd Ive rc cntcd and heel rill given replied Tom And hes stole sheep upnt the Pals piped an old Idly in the buck ground I was a ickcd man nl1lwlI1I IItITom lint tilt Lawd he dun made me see how had I was and then I uhangcil Ive emu down to lead yiins up the nnrrcr push to tin better land above TomI Jones yo haint fittcu todo it said lIkohiiihon with great emphasis Tin Lawd never picked out no sich onery CIISH as yonr to revive us up Yous bin stealin lyin cheatin and playiii low down till time Lawd wouldnt send yo out to sing to bars Doan yoiVrts believe lie sent lIIel asked Tom as lie looked jiround- No answered a chorus of voices And haint II fittcn to revive you up No And cant I hc fittCIu- No Well then my dearly belovedI sis ters anti iJrothcrs he continued as lie untied tJu rope which secured his satchel Ill hev a snuck to cut and then Ill ulTVr you pills liver medicine con sumption cure pitch plasters ager rem edy and piayin kcerds anti at the low est prices ever heard of on this side hill 1 was tiyin to mix rclignn an these Vre things together but If I haint tit ten on religuii well let that drop and go the whole hog on patent medicines When I was ready to leave at noon the next day lie humid sold till out and UIK going my slay to stock up again itI Quad in Detroit Free Press PRAISE NOT MONEY Tlu IMfTtrtiirH llottvrnii Working for Fuss and losh If you wish to Lure a girl of con veil said a woman who kniK what slit was talking about from xlwrlcmI lei her try to mi her own living As long ut she dons not rile to be paid everybody will praise her work butt lei her tiv to sell her services and then scr 111 upeukerI lutd been retard in lux ury She was a bright accomplished girl whose great failing was selficit lieu llttlt gifts had been so well cultivated in an amateurish way that she believed herself able to comjct aumetcsnfldiywith professionals Sin was always ready tc sing a song or re Ite a pain or paint a picture and ua she was a society girl stud had a rich prominent father her little doing were often favorably noticed in the lo eat Ipapers Then the change of fur tune taunt and slue WILl thrown upon her own resources without a moments warning eke hail to earn tier own living or starve The scales tlIorweir rudely pulled from her eyes Vo woman run Iwcoinc self stmpportlu g without some mortilying experiences and he more conceited slue is till more of these experiences she hits because she attempts things pre posterously beyond her power This poor girl who had held her head so high was snubbed anti told the truth with brutal frankness anti in time learned her lesson She went jroni the extreme of thinking shied do nuything to that of believing shed do nothing or Milne nUll finally did the one ihlnn she could do well nt the outset which was to keep house and then because she had n moderate talent for drawing she learned slowly timid through much tribulation the engravers art timid too years inter furnvn u coutpeteucy by It Chicago Inter Ocean h Pillsbury time splnyerentsoni smalls plate at meat eachtfny drinks nothing but millet smokesirareiy sleep 4 elgh to twclvduouraduHyaiidriile t tbkoyolo W111 11irits THE FARMING WORLD MANAGEMENT OF HORSES An Iowa Mans Method of llrciklut n Colt to thu Halter laying just linkhed some of that kind of work I will give you my method MyI weanling colts had never been haiMllcd and having run with HIlrI dams until midwinter were wild its deer To secure them until they became quiet enough to be haltered was le problem Take about SO feet of halfinch rule knot one end so there will be no danger of its being pi lied cut of your hand by the plunging of the olt On the other end fasten a 1 v inch halter ring then tie a knot In the rope leaving enough beyond it to encircle the colts neck when drawn taut no l no 2 The knot prevents choking Now tie tilt end of the rope to the ring and you ere really Hunch the horses by throwing out some feed in a large yard Have an as sistant hold one end of the rope Uy moving carefully you can soon roose the colt Let him circle around until well tired out before going up to his head AH soon as possible take two half hitches Fig 1 around his nose tuke the bend of the lower hitch pass it under tint other from the top down wards then up over the ears loDsen inS the rope in humid as you go An excellent halter cupaoli of holding any thing is thus formed Pig 2 If after being driven around for some time he proves stubborn mind will not folloW take a piece of clothesline doubly It- t Is a knot on time doubled end leaving enough rope to sill down over his hind quarters almost to the hocks the knot uinaining over his coupling run the two free ends one on each side of his neck through the It liter and on feel ing the pull behind he will move Never strike him and as soon as he yieldr a little pet him If the dams are worked the best way is to slip nil a halter when due colt is only a few days old talll tie alongside the mother but if still nil broken when there is lots of snow nn the ground is a good tulle to work with Jhi dams as the colt is not liable to in hurt when it throws itsllrI1 Vilaon in American Agriculturist BREEDING POULTRY flu Not KcepJluogrI HlriU Among well ISrtuI Stuck Let the farmer breed his liens just as carefully as his purses cattle and hogs Blood tells just as surely and certainly Do not be guilty of keeping mongrel hens in company with line purebred horses and cattle Let the farm have u uniform blooded appearance from the farmer and his funnily down to time pigs mud hens Now the time for mating brt fowls for spring hatching isl at IIII1gII suture u moment for careful consider thou of the very important subject In the first place dont breed from nay but pure healthy stock TIlt breed ing itock must be pure Otherwise they willI not reproduce themselves in the ollspring with any degree of fidelity They must be healthy for without health no lift is of value Fowls that have any constitutional taint acquired by inbreeding roup or other diseases never should Cad a place in the breed lug pen for all these weaknesses un sure to show up in the otTspring He sure also that the breeding hini4 take plenty of exercise It is impossi tlc to produce fertile eggs except the birds are very active Keep them scratching and working for food Fat birds are a nuisance as far as eggs go William II Perkins in Western Kural STUDY YOUR FOWLS They Need DIITrrrnt Food ut IHfTurcut ikx ionp of tilt Year Study the wants of your birds says a Missouri poultrymnn A change of diet is often necessary IIn the spring when their systems mire changing they need easilydigested cooling food just the saute us you do If you study your physical self you will know whut to lied and how often a change is neces spry Unless you keep your birds in a healthful condition the chicks will not be vigorous IIf any of your birds time sick or oft their feed try and foul out whut ails tthen Isse your mother wit and dont depend on the reasoning power of others Do not breed from immature stock if you do you will have ronp and other diseases Old birds youngTherethe amateur how to successfully raise good birds but never let thMi stop growing Follow natures methods ns near as you eon in everything anti above nil dont attempt to raise too ninny varieties One breed is better than two two arc better than three and three are better than more How ninny wellknown breeders made a reputation an more tuna one breed A word to the wise is sufficient Pure Italian bees as n rule are the l stingleeHI ouqtccons J c t KEEP THE LAND BUSY To Do Otherwise In Hound to Lead If one hires Ulmiitrou n form lloiultu hund by HII mouth alt keeps him Idle three or months in the year people would make uncomplimentary remarks about a fool und his money etc and if he should explain that u long rest would do the laborer good that he would thereby produce more when he did work that his general health required rest for at least onethird of his time anti that he only hired him to plow corn and did not know whether he could feed pigs or dig potatoes would that mend the matter any Would not his neigh hors seriously consider the propriety of nn Imjnircmlo de lunatico And yet these same neighbors or some of them do the same thing by substitut IllS their land for the tarn hand They have fertile fields but they lay Idle for four or five months during the year i 1 hey do not reflect that it is Justus bad J economy to keep idle mud on which taxes must he paid as to keep idle men whose wages must be Patch True both too laud tumid the tuna may be the better for a little rest Hut the man does not take to his bell to rest but goes hunting mill fishing timid thus by the stimulus of recreation prepares himself for moro productive labor The Held when not producing should be preparing for production by the recreation of being plowed harrowed drained or fertilized as occasion may require Why should n piece of good healthy ground lay idle nil winter and spring for the purpose of rntslngn crop of sweet potatoes in the summer null fall tort more than the la borer should lay around nil time first port of the year waiting to dig them While the laborer is Idle his wages must be paid while the land is idle taxes are nut Why not keep both Ulan and lend busy I It is poor economy to keep them otherwise Crnbtroes Farmer MOVABLE NESTINGBOX Unix Thing Whurn Poultry Quarters Aro Within it MullitliiR The sketch shows a comenict plan for inranging nesting hexes where the poultry quarters arc within a build ing and separated from the remaining spar by an inside partition In tills partition arc arranged drawers of thu proper sizets shown in the diagram These project into the poultry hiuisc where they an supported by t light framework with grooves in which time drawers run smoothly One ran thus gather time eggs without entering time poultry quarters and without soiling ones shoes mud frightening It nay be the fowls The nests being unfastened can lit removed ami cleansed ut any time ns permanent nests cannot be Orange Judd Farmer NOTES FOR BEEKEEPERS f J1olleY1IIII IUllg against robbers I txtJ1IwuntI 1HIINIWlwnjI arc Kept seven feet each way is fuc enough to place them JJ- If you have a lot of empty comb IIn the hives where the bees have died KUVO t I it until the working season when It can lto used II- If you deprive the colony of its queerr the 1 bees will wt to work to raise an- iOther tlO long us they have any worker larvae in the hive with which to do it jj- inJ xelectiug brood for queen rearing le sure to have no drone larvae for tin lees will often build yucca cells ovel them resulting usually u nothing bu a IItillllhunc Jj If you du nut tlnd any queen and sej eggs scattered around promiscuously some in drone mid souse in worker eelli some in one cell anti none in the nexS you may be sure you have a fertile war ISt Louis licpubilc j Modern Method on the Ianu fI Skill In the trades is always well paid for and the same is true of fare ing There are too many unskilled farmerstueut who refuse to chanM their methods am are behind the ajfh Farmers can learn more about tvxjt fug as there is always something uei coming to light The average per art pf the cereal crops In this country ridiculously small which Indicates tM farmers ns n class are far bel mud the science of agriculture Many Ji them refuse to accept the truth UB It is forced upon them by their ro advanced neighbors The first duty tainter itQlfnaw thci ctttkgfa rtC2Y T ea 1 1 lI A LITTLE NONSENSE ilr v husband In very hard t- LouiseIIe 4t must havo I vonslflcrnbly since he married N Y Herald VitiTss What flowers ngnin of 1 h It seems to nw that it must b tint time for you to drop botany andd tU up inlnurulogj FHegcnde lllael rr JSepartcc Kitty he said to hit v iire youre clever but you cant touch fur mothers at making beaten biscuit Of voum not she said the woman thut brought you up ought to have a goal ItstChiengo Record The Dour Girl Miss Tassce =I assure you I do not wear these glassesi licea use I need them I can see to rentd the lluest print Giddy GlrlJow remarkable Second sight isnt It1 Detroit Free Press Rome folks think this Venezuelan nlTnir will be settled without trouble but Ill be dog on if I do said Mr Jan son us the crowd about the grocery Move male room for the old man I never see one of these line fenco guar rrlIK yit that didnt wind up in a light 1u1 nnpoIisJournal Ue Settled ItUldnt Mr Spoonrr s rather late last night Dora I IIlhIlCIlIlIi it was rather late patI were MJ busy discussing the tlI ion as to whether it is healthful tr t up late that we tool no heed of tit ld1If tune 1nrentInd so left IV IIIlllIn uiuleeided Well you need t 1 i continue the discussion You can dui ii Mr Spooner that it will prove 11 healthful In Ids ease I think he willI tat my word for ttBostonrrnns Iiiti CO1E CURIOUS PRIVILEG- ESIrotireerout i Illlung tn Nntoil Kami Ihu In tint Old World Amorg the must highly prized o tliI nlKritnnccM of some of the old fait II cs of I irope etc certain jirerogatlves in v litchi their owners attach even hlghI I lulus 3Jum they do to their ancestral c rttesthis is because these preroga tives nro destined to commemorate runic net of loyalty to the sovereign or state service Lord Kinsdale theI jiriiler baron of Ireland who has just i1 III an advanced age was rent rich nit vtouid have parted with his ins penny rather that give up bin right to- tta11d before his sovereign with his hilt ClI I Ins appears trivial but in 11Icc1lI oil days when etiquette was of mOlc- CIIICCJ1III e thus signilied that tIll soy avifMt considered the person so lrilIhfd lls brother and equal loather privilege enjoyed by allrit 1Jsli peer is tint of Lord Jnchiquin the cols nonroyal JRTSOII in the United Kingdom who can use the royal liveries jcl his servants This right yens grant ed to his ancestors by Henry Vlll as n compensation for the reigning Lord iuiHiiin giving up his right to thl1I cuiitlicrn halt of Ireland quaint prerogative is that of the dtirVM of II I jar of Spain to whose pnlI rif is conveyed each Kpiphany day a mit of clothes which have been worn gating the previous year by the reign I hf sovereign It came about in this tsuy Hundreds of years ago a kin cII sijii lost his way when out hunt j Ilifc1 knocking at the door of a cat tJo herders hovel was admitted and S1tI ScrodI and a bed and dry clothing j i I Ju i he iiioriiing the king ollVrrtl to pay ft his lodging when the rattle lei Ie- lI wend You nit not n true Cas 1iliti to otTer your host money lor his hospitality The king was no touched I v this nnswer tint lie took the mattt v ti hiss to Madrid and elevated him ti tin dignityof duke bestowing on I iiiri the privilege now enjoyed by lib I stTlufniitlS No one exactly knows the origin ofI tin tiiufhonored prerogative enjoyed 1 tlc natives of ihe Spanish village Ijl KsjiimiKii who for centuries hint u s ssid tit curious monopoly of viii ili ing over the slumbers of the ruler of Spain Kvery night at tl oclock till ates of the royal palace at Madrid nit firenuwlniiKly closed by a gor i f ri itxlyI appareled functionary armed uitlt MI ancient lantern nail a huge buiiMi of lays and escorted htWl in S otiiceru curd soldiers and from tlut time forth until six oclock in the IiPInUlI I II gates art opened jiMm with similar ceremony the nuniiunship of till interior of thli iiiJ dwelling it contlded to what nut Kiimn as the montercs de ll piiosa 1J iiof tllilll is it MiHllil Beatent nil or t upturn in tit army and while tu Ittt stationed in tit nntochiimber i llf i tit sleeping apartment of Inch mem i I 01 the royal family remaining throughout the night tint sitting but I Muiiding leaning on tlieir halberds the others patrol the corridors of the pal PCI tuo by two until the morning t rossing each other at every point never sitting down and never uttering a single word Philadelphia Bulletin PUJl1Iatlc 2ews I should think these priellght would be sick most of the time said old Mrs Chailie to her grandson John i tie Why so grandma 1 asked Johnnie I Ueeause they dont cat healthy food Wiry grandma they cat the health iest kind of food But Johnnie didnt you rend to mt yesterday about Tack Burke the heavy I weight throwing up the sponge lexiu Sifter III THE OLD STATE OF PI LjIOaoe Extended to tilt Paiiao Ocean I Hit of the Largest Xunerjr In the World From the St Louts Republic Tim county of Pike Is older than tho Stat of Missouri itself having been laid out in 1310 Tboxown of Louisiana was Jnldoot t oin ilo Fen t year so that Louisiana Mo j nmUho atatoot Plkocuiao Into history ai tlmsamo limo When tho Territorial Government esta Belted Pike County its southern boundary was Uio northern lino of tit Charles Coun ty The western llno was along the dlyido I between tho Mississippi nUll Missouri rivers to tho extreme northern lino of the Terri I wry of Upper Louisiana and extended to tho Pacific Ocean on tho west and to the fortyninth degree of north lutltudo Ono of tho biggest Institutions In Loulsl ana Mo Is the Stark Bros Nurseries Eighty years ago there canto from Kentucky to Pike County tho lute Judgo Static then a I young man fresh from Old Hickorys Now nurseryII Tho business has descended from father I to son nud Is now conducted by the third generation assisted by tho fourth This arm has more than 1000 salesmen and wants as ninny moro business men professional i men mechanics farmers and others how ever inexperienced are taught the business mid work tho year roundreceiving good pity weekly Tlio company employs more people In its onlce that would be necessary loran u largo itmmirncturing concern The I courcctclII hundreds of CM Innis of trees are fhlllled- annually The nursery grounds embrace n number of fariiH convenient to theeltyntid even extend to Uockport ill whose there Is u plant of sovoral million trees A peculiarity of tho concern Is the estab lishment of lurgu orchards These orchards i in Vl states aggregate nearly W InteltitodOhf trees on theii 11lrtI1ClShllIllon The lent IIs also IlIhJ many nioro trees on tho cooperative a rangl meat Tito Nurseries have been bone llciul not only to their homl1but Missouri j owes no llttlo of her a fruit ofdevelopmontsaidthat who streetfcir wcro simply brutal is the wane i icrsou who declared that the last terrible sunder was pcrftictly ridiculous Uostou Trans script j llaTTile 1 j Wo otter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo j cured by Halls Catarrh Citro F J CHKNIY Co Props Toledo 0 Wo tho undersigned have known F J Cbonoy for the last Ift years and believe him perfectly honorable In nil business currytout any obligations niado by their firm j WKST R TUVAX Wholesale Druggists To Icdo 0- 111AlnuNo KISXAN z MAHVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo Olio 1I1111KCalrrh euro is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system 1rlco Tbc per hot tie Sold by nil Druggists Testimonials i frco 11I11Is Family Pills nro tho best IWmcn would you rather do Jarlcy kiss j a girl on her lips or on tier aiyear Her eyes of course You have to tfo it twice to cover the ground Harpers Base I110m Seekers Excursion I opportunitytohomo seekers to secure a homo In time to commence work for too season of ittho- Chicago Milwaukee t St Paul Hy ilL ar ranged to run a series of four homo seekers excursions to various points In the West NorthWest and BouthVcst on tho follow Mayftwillgi good for return on any Tuesday or day within twcntyono days from date of safe I or rates time of trains and further details apply to any coupon ticket accnt In HiAgent Chicago ail Wnnni painting Is weakest tiamcly In tho expression nl tho highest moral anti spiritual Ideas thero music is sublimely strong Mis Stowe To California In lullin nTourlit Sleeping Cur Ilio Burlington Route C B Q K U- nms jicrsoiiully conducted excursions to California leuvlnff Chicago every Wcdncs lily Through cars to California destlna thou fitted with carpets upholstered seats bedding toilet rooms etc every convenience Special agent In charge Route via Denver and Salt hake Sunshlno all tho way Writo fur donirlptlvo pamphlet to TGriuly lixctnslon Manager 111 Clark St Chicago A CLHAII Coxscmxrn Dont some of r these old songs hauut grout No Ive never murdered uuy of thorn Chicago Record rcrsonully Conilui Uil lzcur lons to Call forula Via tho Chicago Union Iaclflo K North sleeplugtho NorthWestern Lines Low rates pits tiircsqua route quickest time and careful attention are advantage offered to those who those excursions Cost of berth only join Ask your armrest ticket nccnt for full particulars or address W B Kxis JCEUX G P T A Chicago Ill ITncnc is n gift that is almost a blow and there Is a kind wonl tint is uiunltlccnce so much itt there iu tho way of doing things A Helps IhenTraveling bout or business take on every trip u bottle or Syrup of Figs na It nets most pleasantly and effectually on tho kidneys liver and bowel preventing fo vera headaches and other forms of sick ness For sale in rJ cent and ft bottles by all ladlng druggists Manufactured by tho California Fig Syrup Company only You told mo you new Harry loved at first Blgh1lt Yes but wo quarreled on ac quaintance Truth All About tVcutprn Farm Lands Tho Corn Belt is the namo of on lllus tratcd monthly newspaper by the Chicago Burba tan and Quincy It It It alms to give luflmnUon In nn lnteresting way about tho farmlands of tho west lend 25 cents in postage stamps to tho Corn Belt PAD Adams eU Chicago and the paper will be sent to your address for ono yea- rAxAI3 it aninUjrcstlmj story Daisy Extremely interestingi I t thtakl klppa4JOpaperI lJl TMKRX DID YOU GET TillS COFFXKTI 1 Had the Ladles Aid Society of our Church out for tea forty of them aud all pronounced the German Qoffeeberry tellsoyou all about It 35 packages Earnest Vegetable seeds 5100 JI1ti IP YOU WILL CUT THIS OUT AKD SEND vlth 15c stamps to John A Sfcfecr Seed atrCuttdogutiMonot rTan brakemnnB nil aboard litI cro long Wilt bo of little worth songhomeI Truth Dont no Too Lato for tho SteAmer And dont omit when you nro packing up toindudoStomach Bitters tho great remedy for sea Il81I ness docking foreign climes or who lore mute by steamboat train besides yacht men and mariners testify to tho remedial and preventive cRIcacy of the Bitters which Is Incomparable for nausea headache dys pepsia biliousness rheumatism nervous and kidney trouble byfearman who hears nothing but his uwiipmlses f Johnson Cheap Excursions to tho Wcitand North 1eatOn March 10 and April 7 ISffl tho North Western Lino Chicago til Northwestern llyi will sell Homo Seekers excursion tickets at very low rates to a largo number llIchlgm10Ilhwellt1I1I Nebraska North Dakota aunt South Dalcotn Including tho famous Hliulc Hills district JOltsorrums U P lT AI Chicano III FinsT BVIIOIAII Now mind ycr Bill no murder Second DIiItJIIIhhY nott First Burglarits slch a reflection on ye- rsanityTruth FITS stopped irco by Ir Jlltlos Great Nofitsnftorllrstdnyuusehtarvolotls hotticsWicKnnxKss may prosper for awhile but at tho long run ho that sets nil knaves at work will pay theuoILKstrange FOil AMAVIXO HoAnsrxiss ANn IIIIUTA TlOX or Till l1I110AT use lintvun nmnthlal Trofltct 2 K n box Avoid Imitations Hi travels safe and not unpleasantly tiylooSlrTim Grip of Pneumonia may bo warded orrI with Halos honey or Hnrchound and PiUosToothaehoDiopsCuiu in one TorII Ir there is any thing Inn young man Iho Rontgen rays should bring it ouu Yuukcrs Statesman umption13a Scott St Covington Ky Oct 11 1SW greatestignoruuce I KNOW no such I nothing but labor and tlfilontCllOgUlth Theres business amount Rtuon rrr ttttttittttttttttttttttttttttttttttHots the wrong way to cure a SPRAINSt Jacobs Oil wald lfi- ht I No wonder poor Dinnies so tiredcarrying I 1day that great big piece of PLUGWNo matter how much you areo charged for a small piece of other o brands chew is no better than o Battle Ax 10 cents you get almost twice as much as of other high grade goods The 5 0- o cent piece is nearly large as other JO cent pieces equal quality rooo toooooooo oooooa o o 01 The Ins and Outs of It m If you get best wear out of coat best work must have gone into it You cant get good bread out of poor flour Moral You cant get the best out of nnything unless the best is in it and the best has to be put in before it can be taken out Now we have rule to test those sarsaparillas with big best on the boUleH Tell us 1whats put in you and well decide for ourselves about the best Thats fair But these modest sarsaparillas saU Oh we cant tell Its secret Have faith in the label Stop Theres one exception sar saparilla that has no secret to hide Its Aycrs If you want to know what goes into Aycrs Sarsaparilla ask your doctor to write for the formula Then you can satisfy yourself you get the best of the sarsaparilla argument when you get Ayers Any doubt left CC11hot Cnrebook kills doubts but cures doubters Address Ayer Co Lowell Mats i Premium No1 Chocolate i t Made by Walter Bilker Co Ltd H Dorchester Mass has been celeZ 044i brated for more than a century as ifi a nutritious delicious and flesh IS forming beverage Sold by grocers S E everywhere if MONEY in it l No pays as well on Ins vested as DRILLING WELLS with our tandem nuchfawryl MlT SUCCEEDSf AII3AI t 1OO1MFIS 1kNYf4AK 1 Itw w rl ht ef- tR44441444444144444444434444444444 I I 4 all a W II 0 the For as 0 of a a a U 1 a one that It J C mm s I f y I r I oPiuMI Morphine lltblt Cllrd In It eurrdDlr4 The Greatest Medical Discovery of tho Ag- eKENNEDYS MEDICALDiSCOVERY I DONALD KENNEDY Of ROXBURY MASS Has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula PimpleHe eleven hundred cn esand never failed except In two cases both thunder humor He has now In his possession over two hundred certificates of Its value nil within twenty miles of Boston Send postal card for book A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected It causes shooting pains like needles passing them the same with the Liver or Bowes This Is caused by the ducts be- Ing stopped and always disappears In a week after taking It lHendi the label If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will cause squeamish feelings at first No change of diet ever necessary Eat the best you can get and enough of It Dose one tablespoonful In water at bed time Sold by all Druggists V The OLD BLUEBACKSPELLER wascrlwlillt thnnibml uy bus many who rend these w ull Ann the oll familiar ploturol oaith lrart revs In n UliTcrrtit rcnv lint nil tune n IIT w4lIlooIII1lIbcll1 Innl whim tun nlixr flrrnouiudntftiteU their htl lenrtttromit skin to- Brew Into rml nil f ini ailun tor tin rboWiIlq muter roe woraa or oralR 5L stone nud bullsdogntodrhboys out of BTAIIK TIt I TilK TREES AWfRUiT not Icavca Tested 70 W on10ll ORlyIhtJlrruull U rcnrt upon onliottttaclianefn Kotrtun wants tolartheaxtotks- root a tree dl pal t nivn0ldnouihtitisI A TltKK IH ftsOAVJby It fi nit Ntatktrebearfrul4 tbal1nrnKlence ha nor iinxlncotl for InrtiWe Sold 3000 Mtttn inchle ntnmonwno4- 3OlOObsi5Ol t1Yx A ehttdotsolneepraae ultrniAmerleni1lumatw4beaatlfulen h4rrthsntt aunt andtrrowrslbedantlmhnrS4 t with sloriooslr handtom iroldon globwBothln f hatrectl Y thelaJawIorleortll northstlwere clad to pay full MjOMMfor lnxhi tree A rare ornament needs but small pace4 free equar Ilan In two dear Controlled br u tukr patented trademark 1- 1Itte1tx e4 C11I81I1111 WAn117iPAM PATWIUI- LiNNr tr I MdtneWCI5HAIA1 MtntlPtt f TARKBRO NP CI c A N KE i UJ4Ut 1wlalcNiii- Kate that lent WIM iMTtrtttfJ Iillf- iNt t1s c tl 141IIriJ i1 iik1 r drt t rtaA7i rn- r VrH l r r t 1 Llfl sATE nWIIII n FrunVlln county has only ten candiII dates at present for jailer DuriMg the month of March govern went tan on whisky at Lawrcnccburg amt ii me d v 50000 A Paducah man recently built n hou and when completed discovered that iill Was 6n tho wrong lot The owner tvi- Hot I sell flopkinavillo comes to tho front vit an old colored woman who claims to 115 years old and never saw George Washington Bob Rupert n young farmer aged 25 hanged himself at Silver Creek Madison county on account disnppontmnnt ii- u in love uflair Tho little daughter of John Smith a blind man was burned to death noar Olympia lust Thursday by her clothes catching fire- cloudA burst in 01nnd C ay Counties Irtat week caused the death of nino porounu and great damage to ballties barns foncea etc Franklin hall n 30000 ftru last weekr in the business purl of tho town and for A time it hrkclas if the entire town would be wept away n O Collins aged bit of Owingsril- lins on Tuesday granted a licence to eta Ty Miss Bertha Inckctt aged I17 of I t Montgomery county- Councilman C Hnnlov a successfuli business man of lllchmnnd boasts ti distinction of having written but one letter in nineteen years l John Schweitzer a German living iin Udviolate his A P A oath by marrying his sweetheart a Catholic girl A pet sheep knocked the 2 year old childof F K Nelson of Bourbon county Into the lire andI the child received burns from which it died in a few hours Tho city council and the police missioners of Lexington ore at loggerheads rind serious trouble IU brewing be tween them in regnrd to tho police force of that city i Mils C M Gillard of Paducah is th owner and editor of a real afternoon taper She Iis said to ho possessed of nil the necessary enterprise and abilily to carry on tho work iThe school for the deaf and dumb nt Danville will bo closed on Mny 1 on on month earlier than usual on uccuui of the legislature failing to make an ap propriation for its supports MM Henrietta Diincan died at her homo ncarCamargo this county Sunday aged 92 years Silo was probably th Coldest woman in tho county and has ninny friends who will regret to know that she has passed to the great beyondJ Mt Sterling Journal Jai Garland an old Federal soldier 70 yours of age was married to Amnntlm Chafim a buxom young widow of 25 h Xpars at Inez last week Garland in his brido and had wooed and won her the sumo lacy This is Mr Garlands fourth matrimonial venture In tho Leslie circuit court last week before having Abijah and John Pace brought into the court to bo tried fo tho murder of Allen Lewis Judge Ulan ordered the sheriflto search every perso present to ascertain if they were armedI and strange to say no one hud n gun Sjnto April tool crank pinned the fol lowing notice on the door of the Dudley school at Lexington There will bo no school today As a consequence the children wont homo without asking any questions and the janitor had to walk to Itheir homes nail notify them to return Tho joko worked both ways Tho Outlook says that tho farmers o r Bath county are experiencing consider 5 5able annoyance and lugs from tho dopro dntions of n shiftless class ot people who stcul the cotton canvass from tho plant 1beds as soon as it is put on Tho published quite n list of farmers who luivo lust n hundred yards and upward Two women Miss Bettie Munday t l aged 08 and Miss Lucy Munday aged 02 years reside near Harrodsburg and since coming there in 1801 have no been moro thau a mile from home have never seen a train or steamboat no Lava they been sick a day in their Ilives They dont use a cook stove but cook on the open fire- Chancellor L H Blanton anti Capt Henry Wygant U S A will shortly i visit Beatty ville on a special train with c two carloads of cadets from tho Jackson Collegiate Institute says tho Richmond Register The party will reach Beatty Tille at 8 a m parade the town andJJ 1barter spending a couple ef bourlII in Ttndiifht seeing will start back Jo Jaok8onfoot marching through rotwitrj to true atldierly fahionCC 0 1 IWhile fooling with a rifle last Thurs dagmorningbfiasAannioUahilluccidentally lee at Levee this county The yews ladles are about 16 years of age sad warm friends It was just a case of didnt know it was loaded The ball was n 22 calibre and entered the left pnlnfulIbut not a serious wound and at this nlcllyh I Sterling beLt days gone by wo said through these columns that we would positively1 take j no country produce in exchange for theIj I butIt state of single blessedness and was at a time when wo were eating all that our poor old daddy could Lenin up Bu now things arc slightly changed and we i jI hasten to retract our too hastily spokes j words and are now ready and willing to take nil your produce or anything else you may roll in from n saw kg to a baby carriageJ Dunell of Odessa Bath county iis sixtyflue years old nod iis splitting I rails every diiy ihnt weather permit with an iron wedge tfiat iii 200 years old I which hU great grandfather brought j efroll Scotland with him Ilie battle tho- r rails with his wellknown mule Knty IIIIICIIIoncoi hookii provoICICthe truth of his manhood mid pickle be defies any min to lead him in the liar vest field thin corning seawm News Nngget One man was killed and three injured by a boiler explosion neir Dangerfield Texas Twenty women at Ladonia Texas cowhidfd i physician ins proscribing freelylrBoh Taylor the musical exgovernor of Tennesice has a clear field fur the Democratic nomination James W McDnnongh of Chicago 1ehas perfected process by which natural colors are photographed The colored people of the United States maintain seven colleges seventeen academics nnd fifty high schools Near Shelby ville hid Harlan Thurs IetOil und two sons were caught by a falling Ittrce surd will die of their injuries MM Freeman of Shoals id took off her petticoat and flagged down a train to stop it from crossing a burning bridge II II Holmes the multimurderer has at last been sentenced lie is to bo hanged In the jail yard at Philadelphia on May 7 Three masked men held up a train on the St Louis nod Sao Francisco road on the 2nd lust and secured l77 from the express caret An early morning fire in a New York tenement house lust week resulted in the death of four persons and serious in jjury to several others Frederick A Humphrey said to be the oldest Freemason in the United Shopicrek beIhanged at Hirminghnm Ala on May 8 have sold their bodies to an undertaking firm for the Sum of 10 each Cincinnati hits begun n war on the English sparrow Thousands of them roost on the telegraph wires and the sportsmen of the city have permission to shout them after dark Smiley Smith a firmer of Guntcrs withfthe murder of Sallio Debham A wo mans hair was found on him Ho proved it was his wifes and was n 1 leased ofrlIerIMilan Mo will hang April 30 the su promo court having affirmed the sen tence The Taylors Nitro plentyof money and the case was bitterly fought In Ronnie county Tenn Litral Bacon lit the fuse of n stick of dynamite lay rasrblown to shreds Bacon was a promi neat citizen Ho hud been arrested forI perjury and brooded over tho matter continuallyDuring progress of a revival meeting in a church near Mncon Ga the- Maynnrd bretberaf George F App and- Mat i on one aide and Walland Jacksou and Tom Herndon on the other side got into a fight All were wounded App j Maynard and Walland Jackson are fatt tally InjuredIMrs Emma K Little of Granville Ohio is the powewor tf an interesting y L Constipation Biliousness Cause Sickheadache Pains in the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion There is only one cure which is One Pink Pill touches the liver and removes the bile atgentle laxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and makes new rich blood Complete treatment two medicines one price 250 t Treatise and sample free at any store UHOWIf MPG CO New York = = H Ml1rlllnrtdI I isIdlei Wit from a beam of George Littles home at Now bury MIIPS built in KITS which housed eight generations The tree was doubtless growing when Columbus dill covered America Emma K Little from Brother Alfred- Republican Convention The Republicans of Morgan county in convention a crnbled at West Liberty March 30 189i passed the following resolutionsl lilt We endorse the principles adopted at the late state convention believe in a protective tariff sound currency and oppose tho free and unlimited coinage of silver2nd Wo admire and endorse our gallant governor Win 0 Bradley fur his statesmanlike course in exiling out the state militia to suppress the Memo cratic rioters and bulldozers at Frankfort and thereby saved the state and probably many lives 3rd We condemn the Democratic state senate in its obstructive course in preventing nearly all measures passed by the lower houso and making it impo Bible to pass any necessary laws impor tent and of benefit to the people of the state 1th We endorse Win McKinley of the United States as the logical candi ditto for president and believe in him the Republicans will have a candidate they can go before the voters midask their support without making any npol ogies Ills very name means prosperity to the American people We instruct our delegates to tho district and state convention to vote for McKinley dele gates to the national convention at St Louis June 1C We appoint the following delegates to attend the district convention at Win chester April 14 and the state coven lion at Louisville April lo Win G Blair Ed W Brown J M Ferguson Marion F Cisco John W Coffee Grant Holliday Dr F M Thomas Jerry Murphy W P Henry John Walsh W J Seitz John P Lewis S II McGuire Gon Walsh John Miles Nickell Miles W Nickel 131 Caskey D C Lewis Shiloh Day W P Ward Hiram Cisco James H Cole and Grant Caskey- W J SEITZ Chm II F Cisco Cora JAS H COLK j The following resolution was offered by F M Hutchinson and adopted Resolved Tho Republicans of Morgan county recognize in W J Seitz one of the ablest men in the TCllth cougreisionnl district and will present his name to the next congressional convention lId ask you to aid this county in securing hisII nomination Tho Licking valley hasi never hind a candidate on the Republijf con ticket for congress in this district I and wo now think and believe tho time hints come to recognize them M W NICKKM Chm F M IltTCHiNsox Secy Spring Requires That tho impurities which have accumu hated in your blood during the winter shall be promptly and thoroughly ex pelled if good health is expected When tho warmer weather comes these impuri ties arc liable to manifest themselves in various ways and often lend to serious illness Unless the blood is rich and pure that tired feeling will afflict you your appetite will fall and you will find yourself all run down Woods Sarsa tbeeyatemifrives fcarsaparillafis tbe one true blood purifier and the bet spring medicine Be surd to get only Heod a liGHTNINGCURE Calla Cramps Dlarrnosa FluxCholera CholeraMorbus Nausea Changes of Water Etc HOT DROPS HEALS Cuts cruises Bites Bugs Goadw BREAKS UP A COLD EVERrIVH = E25 Axe 50 Pen BOTTLE NO RELIEF NO joe size contains two and one half times at as ajc iiSLJ3clN3 CO p PfYii l9 J M I 11 l1 ttloIuvJ- j IllJ 11 j and jv HAZEL GREEN KY Ifhl tylItepn11111Ihii of frni 11ntr lies Uuelry l Jyid Fiieciu Ics i t v ti HVENSIZ PRICTICALel i I Jeweler Watchmaker I fISpecialtynnd Gold nf I tJ s RSpecialtytf need anything n the Jewelry Line or Bine Silverware see usJ 8L WIJ wsave you big money I = V = = = t 3 Oood- Smells Iii1 Spectacles h EdHi MITCHELL1ft DEALER IN HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWARE And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Chvcnsboro Vagons McCormick Binders and Mowers Wliiteloys Solid Steel Binders and Mowers rRepairs kept stock for McCormick Vhiteley and Champion Machinery Granger and Tiger Hay Rakes Avery and Malta Double Shovel The Best and Cheapest Cook Stoves and Ranges on the Market Queensware at CutThroat Prices MANTELS AND GRATES EI TiE1EILt The Farmers Friend Maysville Street Mt Sterling Ky Going to LexingtOQ1 CALL ON Fred J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler Custom Honso Square EVERYBODY Our PricesWITHIN YOUR REACH urns Scratches of- Animals and Etc Tastes much tattle in Plows North Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND Ico S STATIONS = Nol Dl1ilex Daily Sunifay pitAvonputWinchestcI pitFnirliei I I pinIndian1 I putClay omIStanton 44 l 8 10 urn 11 20 nm Dundee 55 7 43 nm 10 17 nm- Naturnl BridgeIT 7 38 am 10 07 am Torrent 02 7 24 mu 9 35 am RmII amIi iEAS1 BOUND I I STATIONS 11No5I ex I exiigtouOII 2 20 pm 030- A imu 2 471 pm 7 CS nlll- 1 Winchester 20 8 07 g 10 nm- Fairlie pntg27 1 21 fA nm 1 ndisn Fitllll 33 3 37 JIII1 fI 24 om Clay City 40 3 55 iimi 11 4J Rill pmipin1landeepunNaturalpunTorrentpmHcnttyville 1Athol1 JOJ J D LIVINGSTON Vice Pres and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass AgentJ1J1 If yon are indebted to subscription job work or you will oblige us very much by coming to the Captains office and paying your filthylucremeals victuals attimet and your i promptness will relieve our distress and be forever appreciated Never mind the rush Come on and well try and attend your wants