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Digital page images are linked to the text file. or n t- x rt lyY g r oj I 4 1 i fw ThE HAZEL GREEF HERALfl u tI SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor e Of n Natty World With Sew Front All Notions umbrlng nt Ills Hock a SliOO A YEAR Always In Advance r TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 10 1890 NUMBER 8 rt u t k Helpt Is needed by poor tired mothers overworked and burdened with care debit i tated and run down because of poor thin and impoverished blood Help is needed by the nervous sufferer tho men and women tortured with rheumatism neu ralgla dyspepsia scrofula catarrh Help t Comes Quickly Y When Hoods Sarsaparilla begins to en rich purify and vitalize tho blood and sends it in a healing nourishing InvlgI oratlngstream to the nerves organs of the body Hoods Sarsaparilla builds up tiro weak and broken down eys tem nnd cures all blood diseases be- causeHoods i Sarsaparillar Is the Ono True Wood Purifier AlIdrupRlsts L r Prepared only by C L Hood Co Lowell Mass 11 Hoods PillsI aro tho only pills to take WiQCQe tvithlloodSSarsalnrlllaiPJr WINCHESTER KY N WITIIEKSPOON 1resiilenf- II n IIUMUK Cashier Paid up CupitnT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of nier limits firiiicrs traders nnd businessmen Intern 1 Kentuckygenerlly throughout nnd otters its eiiKtoniuru every facility sinll the most liberal terms within thu limits oJ ileiiiiimitc baakhtgtct181yd ITRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 2 IT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I Simrius aO000 n j M nn STAFF preniarnt U L KIUKlATUICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit tho business of mcr Imnts fanners traders Hull huiinem men cncrnlly throughout iwtcrn Kentucky A s eneral icuiUinif business done Give us a i hanee to send con u bank hook nay your hecks and lour you money when in need W V THOMPSON fssliser tJojins HOUSE KY J B HOLLOS PI01ml Ton I The patronage of the trnvuUng puhllo is cspectfully solicited Tablu the host nnd i very attention to thcvomfnrt of euctK JLAREXDON HOTEL Cur Short and ItiunHtnno St roots IKXINCtTOX KY r PropriltorThis Lex gtoa std KisternjK U depot is first ass and rates reasonable The paUonaije the mountain people la solicit lIud the st treatment assured i 1 1D WITH tttEN Cutlery CO c SBURCT KY for South Hend Plows 11 I CAMPION FLOYD BYRD I IiKyIi1 i 11 MOORS WILLIAMSON HOWARD STAMPER ATTORN KVATL AW OAMPTON KY thejoinlugou care will receive prompt attention il Ii atynNooCampton JOHNSON C SWANGO ATTORNEYSATLAWi11 county cir f courts made J abstracts of title furnishedon short Ice A IDAULBEE M D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY iaSfleciRltvI5TWITH W MKERRCO-JOBBERS IN hitri tAgricultural Im limentsI- RONTON O i Cl A CRITICS VIEWS Ho Olfcrn Some Good Suggestions Hv Zuck old man if Max ORell couldsee that story of Mr Scwcils inI the last HKHAID he would give you an ititwice and it strikes me that you have hit upon a rich mine if you will work it offerInfor love stories of say a thousand words j so they wont overrun you and print ono every week if you have the talent in your county and adjoining ones to keep up ths supply Correct them carefully as to spelling capitalizing and punctuation but let the words and the construction remain and you will have something funnier than anybody can write consciously It cant do tiny harm find it may develop wine good talent and will certainly make your paper popular with young person who lire romantic and have HOIIIO ability as writers Do it nil in good faith and I never say anything about what you thinkof it as literary and particularly dont let your better ninetynine one hundrelliH pas + in jusdmcnt on it for she knows what is real literature and what iisnt Tlmt isnt what we want What we want is tho genuine nativo talent and there is no supply printed anywhere that I am aware of Make mi announcement of what you want and state tho number of words at say a thousand or whatever it may require to make H column and a quarter or a half It will bo local matter nail better for your purpose than anyother you can1 get lbesides giving u on the out side of the county something to enjoy I fancy some of it will be cry good for untrained talent but tho uhlior it ought to be charnutemtic as this o- fwellsi Try it anyway and ulno print ono original poem every week of say from ono to ten stnttxaa Always of course with the Home of the writer to inspire eflort among the others It wouldnt ho noceseary to olFer anything for all you want Try it and see what the outcome will be- Am glad to see tho famous fair will show tip again next year and 11ull means have a floral hull so tho women folks can have an interest in the work I may he able to get up and take another look at what there in to he seen 1 wish I hail a barrel of Swango water on tap in my office In lieu of it I am taking 1ninos Celery Compound I see TUB HnitAin every Sunday morning nnd I read it amid when I find something of the soil I send it over to the Sun That II Editors Puzzle you haul not long ngo about folding a bill and sending it in the Sun repubilshed last week to Tim HKIIUDS crCditIPresent my compliments to Mrs Cooper nnd general respects to nil Hazel Green Has my friend Dave Hose re covered from his last indisposition Yours etc W J lJo Washington D C April fi A Startling Pulpit Announcement A clergyman was very anxious to in troduce some hymnbooks into the church std arranged with his clerk that the latter was to give out the notice imn e diately after the sermon The clerk however had a notice of his own to give out with reference to the baptism of infanta Accordingly at the close of tho sermon he nroso nnd announced All those who have children whom they wish to have baptized please send their naves at once to the clerk The clergyman who was stone deaf assumed that the clerk was giving out the hymnbook notice and immediately arose and said II And I should say for the benefit of thoso who havent any that they may be obtained at the vestry any day from three to four oclock the ordinary little ones at one shilling each and special ones with red backs at one shilling Bad four pence Christian Advance Tho holders of stock in the Hazel Green fair association should bear in mind that tho regular annual meeting will be held in Hazel Green on Saturday May 2 for tho purpose of electing offi sere etc Let there bo full attendance so that steps may bo taken at once to make the fair next fall the succcw it always has been op 1 0 r 41 CORRESPONDENCE forrespotidpnlH will please bear In mind rlllhellIl to intiiru publlmtimi in the current iue MORGAN COUNTY West Liberty Kotos The month of May promises to give us a wedding Wo will tell you soon Hon John P Sdyer lias returned from IFrankfort lie thinks Caskey will be pardonedsoon W A Caskoy who has been attending school hero for the past two months went to Ilnzel Green Monday to take a course in the normal department Prof Cord and hit boys with their uniform cups were taken by ono little follow for Oov Urndleyl amid his soldiers that were to keep under at tho entertain mont Too maid U Another correspondent writes Saturday eveniug marked thu does of our school which in ninny respects was Limo most ueccn fnl we ever hud The cntettftinment WJM alto n stteaeeo the young ladies contest bolng especially good Tho young men were not so old and not so well prepared as the xirhl al though they acquitted themselves well limo two medals wcro awarded to Miss Punt Phillips and Stanley Woinacktio speclively and the deeirion WItS a popu lar ono 1 ho judges were Prof Cord Cnrl JI5ze Mort Swatigo and E 112 At kinson who rendered entire atlt fatttio a The patrons have tendered Mr wangn the school for next year hat it is nut probable that ho will accept Prof Gird preached at the Christian church Sunday to n large congregation and the church is anxious that he be como their pastor next year April 18 K Mnrlown Hiislleo Mi s bale Sample is visiting her sis ter Mrs E 11 May near Mt Sterling Eo 15 May nod little son Carl of Mt Sterling were visiting III town last week M B Lyons nUll C A Sample have a nice bunch of eattle for the Mt Sterling marketOscar Young has rented property of Mm A C Swango and will hot move to Jackson Our farmers are working in earnest now and they Imvo delightful weather for it too 1 W Henry and family of West Liberty were visitingi MrsI Henrys pa rents Mr and Mrs W P Sample Slit inlay and Sunday They loft for their home Monday Wo are sorry to give up the kind fan ily of W W hanker Wo will sirs them as kind neighbors and can not tell how much from the Sunday school but our loss will bo Hazel Greens gain It Oldliold was in town todayI We did not have the pleasure of meeting him but he sent us CO coots to extend his subscription for Tin HKIIAII If every one was as thoughtful us Uro OldI fieldtvo would spin get clear of the account we are carrying for Tun HIKAM mat See April M WINOIBSS MAGOFFIN COUNTY Hendricks Hastings Mrs A1 Uniley of this place is in very bad health Richnrd M Millrnl was tho guest of Logan Arnott Friday G Wash Rico and wife haN been vis iting friends at Salycrsvillc Willie May and Dudley Arnett were the guests of Harlan May Sunday Dury M Arnott and wife hayo moved from H G Arnetts to tho farm recent ly vacated by K P Gullett Galen Arnett returned homo Wcdncs day from Parks Ferry where ho Bold two rafts of timber at a low price Dudley Howard and Mist Mary Carty wore united in matrimony last Wednes day Rev George W Bailey officiating Misses Prater and Belle Phoebe Ann and Emma Patrick were tho guests of Judge W L May Saturday and Sunday ItG Arnett and Cailoway Howard returned home a few days ago from R Morehcad where they had been to attend to business mutters W L Hammond and wifo have been fortunate enough to como together ones muro They havo been visiting their friends Mr and Mrs Leslie Arnott of this pliicc April JI CowinSPOXDEjrr Perfect Wisdom Would give us perfect health Because men and women are nut perfectly wise they must toko medicines to keep themselves perfectly healthy Iure rich blood iis the basis of good health Hoods Sur saparilla iis the One True Blood Purifier It uivcs good health because it builds upon the true foundation pure blood perI beneficial CHARGED WITH MURDER John Sebastian Arrested For n Crime Cora mitted in Texas Detective liorgc W Drake arrested John Mile tba tian in Morgan county heat week I5ehntiflii is a young man and boloifps to one of the most prominent families in Mnrgun county Ho iis charged with murder in Texas About five yraraagn he left Morgan coun ty and located in Texas Two years after his nrrhnl there a murder was committed Sebastian made his escape and went to Canada remaining there two years and titer returmd tu his native country- It became known in this community about six months ago that a rewardof100 was offered for him It is said somo ont arrestedl him in Mngoflln county but ho ipaid the rcwinl and WHS dinchaincd Soon afterward Detective Drake was notified from Texas thatsuch man hail mAte his oncHpo from thero j so after months of careful work the detective located Ids man Ho will godireet to Texas with him Sebastian had often suit that ho would never be arrested Hlivcns a trial in Texas meant death to him x100 Reward S100 The renders of this paper will be pleated to learn that there U at leastuse dreadml 1i5 that kcionce has been able to euro in all its stages anti tint is Catarrh llulls Catarrh Cure is iliaonly positive cure now known to the medical rater city Catarrh being constitutional dis erfso requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mu CONS surfaces of the system thereby duo stroying time foundation of tho disease and giving the atient strength by humid up time constitution and assisting nil ling in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Soul for list of testimonials Address P1 CHENEY C CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7o cents m Kentucky has two favorite sons for the presidency ono n Republican and otic a Democrat Compare the two and their courses Carlisle easily tho first choice of the great majority of his party refuses to lift n hand in his own behalf to obtain the presidential nomination Bradley the choice of himself nnd his oiliclal underlings leaves his duties as governor of tho state takes personal charge of time wnrd fights for delegates pulls tho underground wires for every precinct and slips into darklantern lodges of secret societies seeking aid for his candidacy Truly tho contrast is an impressive one Courier Journal To the Farmers and Public Gonerally Tho amount of tho grinding makes it noceqgftry to incrouso our days and for tho present wo will grind throo days each week Tuesday Friday and Saturday and respectfully solicit tho patronage of tho public generally Wo aro nuking a good grado of flour and propose to grind your wheat for oneeighth toll weighed Respectfully JAMES II SVAKGO Receiver Tho meetings at the Christian church of which mentiqn has preyioualy bees made in these columns will begin OB Friday tomorrow nigbtA cordial In vitation IIs extended to all and It itobe hoped that these meetings will do ueb- gam l i e r I I I prd1f 4 f FcTfi1h Jo 1 A SPLENDID FREE SHOW The United Pageants and Street Paradox of tho Great Adam Forepaagb and Sells Brothers Shows Tho two performance of tho above mUlled enormous consolidated shows at Mt Sterling on Thursday Apri 80 will bo preceded by n morning parade of unprecedented magnitude maid attractive ness which will cost nothing to see and whichnoono with an eye for spectacular I splendors pompous displays and holiday sensations should miss Tho sinplo pa rude of either of tho big show repre seated hits heretofore been classed as a wonder of wealth tail magnitude in its wfiy mid now that the two are consoli dated and many new striking and ell putt features added tho result must bo an overwhelming arenic highway demon Htrntiou Time two biggest herds of clo pliant Cleopatra gorgeous barge of State n whole menagerie of rare wild beasts in upon timid performing donsi many led animals from distant climes u hundred ornnto and pictured chariot ti cubes Mother Goose golden illustration and Arabian Nights equipages j bun dreds of time most beautifulI horses punio and armored mind orientally appureliul participant are among tho brilliant sights which will richly reward thoniyht seeking pilgrlni And low excursion rates will allord all a chrnp opportunity to tnko them all in as well as Amoricns Uroitest Shows Consolidated WaDes and Money The man whw works for dully wapes U mast of all interested in Imvingn Mablc currency and unobstructed exchnii e Tho waste tho extravagance tIll cost of war or famine or armed neutrality fall finally on tho mnn whoso only capi tnl is his power to work lust as tho aggregate production in create jtiNt aa capital in its vat bus forms nccumulatoi wages advance mil interest declines Anything that putn an arbitrary re striction on production anything that discourages tho investment of capital Ilessens tho opportunity of employment for labor There is no mystery about this j tho truth iis brought homo to tho laboring omen daily If railroad traffic falls oil men are discharged j repairs are post poned j no new hues mire built When business revives more trains aro urn more onglncers and brakumen era needed moro freight handlura are cm ployedllusinrfrs in slack and a great factory closes until thoro is a demand for their product This throws limbering mon tu of employment and if the factory It closed for any length of tone tlnse turn suffer Now business is dull when time futuro is uncertain nod nothing renders tho future to uncertain as attacks on our financial standards A dollar today should bo a dollar twenty years hencenA promise to pay five years hence must bo a definite promise or a man will find some dilllciilty in burrowing Attacks on tho money standards of a country lire attacks on iits prosperity i capital grows nervous and business be comes stagnant These lire truths which every man especially every workingman should take homo to themselves and tho men deg dullybrcndopposition tn nil attempts to cheapen money 1tlis not cheap money but good wlIgesLlJulilloPostMora Truth Than Flotlon Instead of keeping our tears and flow era for tho dead our smiles and tho flowers ought to bo given to time living Many n poor body lies in the grave cov cred over with flowers who never had a smile or n word of comfort while hero on earth Tho dead aro deaf and jndJalike to our actions but tho living each day need the kind word and ympathyI of those who should bo their friends While It is well to remember the dead and to keep their graves green yet it were better to keep warm the hurt of the living A smile for the weary wife 1 the toiling husband or the trHggjiiijjfv j 0 child Is worth more to them wkile beri on earth than any mouuiuMt graniiLJ is wertk to them after dies tadlM III MMI r K rri J 1 t IiolirJ tL tr tlR 1 Fi IT WHERE MY LOVE DWELLS Jf goldNear roamAndmerrilyWltltln lowersButmerotfairerForMy lovo hath all that tho heart might crave In seaWithshare tho pleasure freonut that de spite beBeyondbaril10Iy doneToseaTountoldAremoAnddesignedBydecreeMyaboveWhereAnd well wander at will through tho cheer ful vales That are girt by the Infinite sea rwhetherThoBut dreaming our dreams by tho mur murous streams lenVoUsongContentedAlfred E ItoslelloyInliannerofGol- dCIIARL tY WJBUJINS LUCK Charley Wiburn and I are cousins but somehow I scarcely seem to be long to tho family at all We hud not generalfavoritenever seen for they would die and leave him legacies He WOK constantly get TItang some little windfall of this I kind till at length Charley Wiburuii tuck became a general catchword among usa synonym for all that was C lucky and fortunate t One morning nt breakfastwo were artists nod shared the sane rooms nnd fitudlo he received a blackcdgod let ter which upon opening and renting 1 lie cast down with a discontented look Another funeral to go to ho grum bled and hero are my pictures unlln t Jshcd nnd next week is sendlnglu day I i v Who Is It now I asked Another t legacy Isnpposecli- Very V likely ho returned indiffer ently ho was so used to these things he scarcely took any notice of them now otlts Undo Alexander Stephen Did you Jcnow him 1 I I shook my head Have hoard of him never saw hbJlsndI- I hardlyI knew him myself Charley explained at least not since I wits a buy Its a raro bother this coining just now Such a long journey Into the country I say Tack you have done your pictures und sent them in and have Ititobhuhtg to do for a spell couldnt you go down for the- I What In your name 1 exclu lined Yrs why not l Its years sinco 1 was umong any of the set Ths letter I II from n Air 1archly the solicitor to tho will I suppose i he doesnt know me You are Jack Wiburn its only a differ onou of a Christian name and its all In the family you know To out the mutter short I had to vonwnt as I generally did where Charley was concerned 1 took tho lawyers letter aa a sort of credential and set out grumbling a good deal at what I considered Clurleyn check in thus making use of mo If T had finished up my world bofrc he had it was only because 1 had worked f at it more constantly and now JUHtcadl I of reaping the advantage in the shape of u few days rest he rondo It on ex cuse for sending mo off on a lugrbrinu i mission like this and Charley would no doubt hove a good legacy too out of it I dont suppose Its much ho said to me Perhaps n hundivd or two hart1 worth going down for you t Kiit flu I had to go with no legacy In alew at nil small or large However as 1 have said I set out for the plueeit was Devonshire and in duo course 1 arrived nt the little town and put up at n hotel for the night flue funeral was fixed for the following day ami on inquiry 1 learned that the house I had to go to was onlyI a short distance away The next day therefore HOW nu Among the assembled guests Ir found i out Mr Parehly and silently unowed him his own letter Ah M au he I you are Mr Wiburn Very good I Glad to see you I did not rwply so he concluded that 1 was Clmrliy Wi1 burn without having said anything one way or the other But when after the funeral the will cafaie to be read I found Charley was down for JC 5000 That made me think It harder lines than ever that I should Jwve hud to come down in his place The weather was atrociously cold the March winds strong nnd blustering with showers of sleet and snow nnd 1 felt cold and mlceruble At the end of the reading of the will I was mak tug my way out to get back to the hotel when sqmu one said Mr Wilburn 1 believe I looked around and saw k stiff militarylooking old boy re garding me with a smile through his spectacles Charley said he nont you remember me I thought to my fwjf Oh now Im in for It Heres nice mess all through trying to nerve Charley Text my had luck This i Hair did not grow less when ho MhJt- t Biteva u Yt i i- S inf r- a I has been looking at you and says she can hardly recognize you for her odI playfellow No wonder I thought It would be strange if she did She came up and shook hands and the moment I looked at her I simply fell helpless over head and cars in love then and there Situ seemed to bo the loveliest most adorable creature I had ever seen A sudden resolve came into my mind llathcr titan run the risk ot losing tho chance I now had of speaking to her I would say nothing about my not being Charley let thee consequences be what they might Dont you remember your little playmate Millysold she with a blush and an entrancing look of her beautiful eyes Well Its not so sur prising for I should never have known you either If Mr Tardily had nut pointed you out to me Before I exactly realized what 1 was doing I was whisked off to Maj Kain fields house us I found tho name of Mlllys father to beto dine calling at the hotel for my evening togs on the way 1 found the majors house n rent quiet looking little place on the out skirts of the town He lived alone with his daughter his wife being dead a housekeeper und one servant Though everything was comfortable there was that Indescribable air that gave one the impression that they were not too well off as regards this worlds goods Since I was not too well off either this would nut have troubled me but for that legacyof c 5000 I was sup posed to have come in for Was that the secret cause of this sudden friendliness I asked myself But when I looked at Milly and saw the frank glance of her truthful honestlooking eyes I felt ashamed of myself nor when I regarded the major and noted the open manly look the fine old soldier gave buck to me could I bring my cclf to think of him as a scheming old fortunehunter Such good friends did we throe be rime that lingered on in the place for a week during which time 1 grew daily more uncomfortable at the part I was playing At lust I sought out Milly one day ulone and confessed the truth to herI not surprised she said I thought you were not much like the Charley 1 used to know But I am sorry for you sorry to think your cousin should have got that C 5000 while you wero not even so much as mentioned lull I said with n sigh that is Charleys luck and mine It is ul ways the same always hits been und always will be I suppose- I was thinking what I dared nut say that if that JC 5000 hud hilt been mine I could inure asked her to be suite too whereas now with my poor pros pects well of course It was folly even to dream of such a thing 1 watched her narrowly after tint hut could sue no difference in her treat ment of me I hind written to Charley telling him of his good fortune and hat I wan go hug to stay on down here for II few Lays but beyond a brief lIItlCXICMSiugwou der at whatever attraction I eouM six there at that time of the year he had sold nothing tutu written no further not a word of thanks or of reference to his X 3000 legacy mother week supped by and I still stayed on At the end of that tine I wits in such a state of mind that one lay finding myvclf inane with Miliy I blurted out my hopeless love for jer I and said I should go bony al once fort felt that 1 could not ponsibly sfav 01 there any ljnger Milly always quiet and folfpossesNid remained sieni awhile and then suld looking down I think you had better speak to papa What I rapturously exclaimed do you really bid me hope Miry1o you really think there Is t possibility of your father 1 stopped and shook my hutudi11tus no 1 said such a thing could not happen to me It would be ChnrleyN luck that not mine Well said Milly composedly they say you never know your luck till you try but if you are too fnliitheartou to try why of course Ill go oil and find the major nnd have it out at once Ihurxt out Anti I saw tim accordingly and told him thus wield story humbling apolo gizing for tiMlng to ask or his daugh ters hand when ne I was hound to tell him I was not Charley but Jack Wi burn nnd I hlllII c 501 d legacy a nd no prospects in particular and no luck Ilm said tit major how ic it Master Charley cones In for nil the luck in this way- I ldont know sir I answered dolefully Ho goes about moro nnd HKIKRS Mmsclf more liked I think while i I hesitated While you stick at home and work Is that It he asked Well I returned I try my best You see I have nothingelse to relyon or hope for Ilka Charley Its his luck nnd mine- However said tho major I have been told you kit your pictures hung and sell them which is moro thus he docs Is that luck too To this I made no reply I could not see its relevancy Now look here Jack Wiburn the major went onII knew you were not Charley ViburnI looked up in surprise Milly told me and I have made certain inquiries of my own and I Lave fIII T n something to tell you The late Alex ander Stephen WVburn was a very old and Intimate friend of mine nnd had long ago set his heart upon Mlllys mar rying Charley hero I jumped up ex citedly but he waved his hnnd to me as- a sign to bo quietUJut he was de I termined that if It cane about at all I1 It should be spontaneous and not through any compulsion or unworthy motive nut In that will you heard rend the other day there was something your did not henJit was mixed up In another matter but it comes to this That if hilly married his nephew ho and she wero to have n certain sum between them to begin housekeeping I have consulted Mr Parehly upon this matter and he agrees with me that aa Charleys name is not expressly men tioned and as he would not take tho trouble to come down himself even to tho funeral of his poor old uncle who had been so kindly disposed to him if Milly likes you well enough to have you you and she will be just as much entitled to the sum set aside as if Master Charley had married her and I am sure I shall not object to the situation In the will the only condition is that Milly shall marry his nephew and of course you are us much hubs nephew as Charley is Therefore I leave it with Milly i if she says yes I say the same and you will both have something to set up housekeeping with No need to tell the joy with which I heard the unexpected news or tho heartiness with which I thanked the kindhearted major Ill go off anti tell Milly at once I said hut I hind not gone fur when ho called me barkI You dont ask how much you will have to start housekeeping upon ha saidWhat matter sir since you think It enough l answered ILm but you may as well know You might not think it enough How much is it then I asked Fifty thousand pounds said tho majorAnd this is what Charley lost and I gaited by that journey Milly worth more than nil mid t50000 And now Charley wont speak to mo or to my wife for hilly mind I are mar ried and he says I merely took advantage of him but I say as I used to say before it is all his luck and mine Gentlewoman NINETEEN YEARS DISTANT According to u Missouri 1rophet the Millennium IA Xruriit Iliad Not many miles from Ponce de Leon in one of the most mountainous parts of the Missouri Oarks lives a quaint character known to the country round an Parson Mease He poses as both prophet and priest and while in creed he professes to be what is called n inillcnnialist that small sect who are now looking tar the second coming of the Messiah yet Parson Mease claims that he never received his doctrine from any man nor learned it from any book Jill is directly inspired he says and his knowledge of the future came to him in a vision at night revealing the mean ing of ilible prophecies when a lad many yynrs ago Christ in now lucre he says lie dune in the year 1S72 but he will not disclose his presence except to a little hand of followers until time year 1914 and then will burst the kingdom of hoavln on earth and the reign of glory and pence timid the happiness lung prom ThlnII Christ will be seen and recognized by all and the devils sentence of 1000 years in chains will commence ling and Parson Mease solemnly shakes hubs head as he utters It what an awful time the world will witness between now and then Nations will be torn asunder in revolutions and wars and the fearful brittle of Armageddon will be waged around the globe Terror will prevail for awhile till the Messiah shall sit upon his throne and proclaim peace to thin worldSt Louis Globe Democrat Palms A thrify palm growing in a pot will often add as much to the decoration of a room its a handsome piece of furniture Especially is this the case when they are large mural widespread ing Theyare easily grown and are beautiful for a corner or bay window or a diningroom They should bo plumed in deep pots and should be kept free from dust This may be accomplished by frequently wiping the leaves wit a dump cloth Palms need plenty of water and should be so placed that they may lw the light upon nil their leaves althougn too much sunlight is not de sirnble Detroit Tree Press ICilucutlon In Old Irrii Education was monopolized by tho Incas and the nobility The tcqohisra were called amuuta The qilpu were the books The quips was n small cord from one to two feet long nude of variously colored threads twisted together From this other bad thinner cords were hung forming a fringe all the cords were of different colon Time colors represented objects such as gold silver sometimes white signified peace red war but they were chiefly used for calculation Chambers Journal The ordinary annual crop of silk in China is estimated at about 2lK0000 founds of which over CO per cent is consumed in the country where it ia produced f R HOW THE PAPUANS LIVE Queer Itnco of People Who tnliuhlt tin Interior of Now Guinea The antrlor of New lInen is unto vast may of upheaved granite without traces of mineral or imtal ores tau strata tilted and piled topsyturvy Everywhere the work of olcanlc erup tions is to be seen Such a thinly ppIuhited region considering the fact that It was nn absolutely new country und that fruits and small game were so plentiful I did not suppose could exist writes Vas Gerstel the explorer 1he natives we saw from time to time at n distance mostly they never molested us Their heads were list on top with long curly black hair they went en tirely naked 1helr buttock extended out eight and even ten inches this re pulsive deformity constituting a sup portampy capable of sustaining child in a sitting position Nor was this their most marked pecuinrlty Sumac of the nursing mothers threw their breasts lunch over their Khoulders or under their arms at will to feed tho in font carried in a sling between their shoulder The Papuans mire n very unattractive race to look upon In aunts they were primitive to n degree that was astound big They had neither bows nor spears that I saw their only weapons being stone hatchets Of the use of metals they seeped to be entirely ignorant Jn the dry season they made their homo In eaves which they found or cxca vated for themselves Some of these cave dwellings I visited discovering fragments of their repast tumid ocea sionally a broken stone nx In the rainy sensor they live high in the trees where they build mode houses of sticks laid around and intertwined with tilt branches thatched with dried slang aiming mill leached by shakylooking stick ladders Most startling was Jhc solitude the destitution of life and no tion in the great central plateaus which we reached in our gradual ascent from the river level There WHO plentyof the small creature of the squirrel tribe some of the peculiar pigheaded deer we have in lava anti an occcasional little tiger eat rather handsome than hurtful lookiag That wits nil Spring field Mass Republican FAREWELL TO THE BONNET These nullify HIM of MlUliiiry Ilwvo lice Deposed The bonnet large and stimuli convex nnd Concise narrow and wide is doomed It is superseded by the hat even for the most festive occasions The flower wreath or a rose nnd nn aigrette mire still in vogue for opera nnd theater but the actual bonnet thin covers the drown of the head and ties under the chin his had its duty Hence the prettiest display of spring millinery is in an infinite variety of limits The most dashing of new huts are displayed either in a combination oi vivid colors or else lire entirely black The former mire usually perfect flower gardens while the black limits are broad of brim and carry a lunge and pictur esque display of tossing plumes The desirable lint for the first warm spring days will he undoubtedly the flower turban These dainty turbans are square and oblong as well as round and are completely covered with masses of flowers and foliage with always a bunch of violets and a black aigrette en tho left side The rose turban Is a brilliant sample of the amount of color tutu style that ran be crowded into one coiiHcientious millinery effort It is mantle up of d01cniII of crush roses shading front eiito pink of the La France to the deep velvety cuisine of the HIndi Prince Post leaves In various shades of spring Teens are used liberally std thorncd stems stand toll and straight in com pany with the black aigrette The violetand mignonette turbans arc less gorgeous than the rose limit but where they sire found altogether too modest in effect a vivid American llcauty rose is placed at the base of the aigrette in place of the knot of violets Buttons lire to be one of tote chief trimmings of the new spring gowns Doth large and small buttons will bo used mud their arrangement will b adetlX Y World Tim CltlcitK worlds 1nlr The number of paid admissions to the Columbian fair was 211772Sa daily average of i1tU84trTho gross at tendance WUH 7520400exeecdlng by nearly 1000000 the number at thu Paris exposition for the six months CUl- lIng with October though ruttier over 500000 less that the total attendance at Paris where the gates were open n considerable longer time than at Chi cago The monthly average of visitors increased steadily from about 1000000 In May to nearly 7000000 in October It is estimated that mil nil 12000000 different individuals saw the fair Sol withstanding the presence of such multitudes the grounds were always cleat and there was noruflltinism two creditable features which English visit rs remarked The most interesting bight was tho sightseers It was atypical American crowdIresklentEl- ieu janil Andrews In Scribncrs The Seasons Depression This weather Is very trying for everybody said the physician Yes replied Mr Meckman I dont roe how my wife is going to bear up un tie it When the sun doesnt shine it gives her tho blues and when it docs she guys it is fading the carpet Washing ton Star it d CLEVER ROGUES IN PARIS They have Homo tioivTricke for FJeoclng the Unwary The latest and cleverest thing in roguery has been dlscoeredwherl3j nearly everything that is new and clever comes from in Paris It seems that one of the large restaurant firms of time Trench capital nn establish mctot that has its eatinghouses in nil parts of the eityhas recently been losing its silver in the most unaccountable way A number of waiters were discharged und detectives patrolled the restaurants without avail until finally the trick was discovered It was fount that in each case a respectablelooking person entered the restaurant and gave his order for dinner During time meal he conveyed one or more articles to the under side of the table fixing them there by means of wax with which hens provided for the purpose Should the servant who waited upon him mis nay of his spoons or other articles the rogue was still in no dnngcrand offered himself to be searched with perfect impunity and an air of injured hmo cence Of course he was allowed to depart i but immediately after an accomplice entered ordering his dish seating him self at the same table whence he re y moved the secreted articles to his pocket taking care that time waitei should not miss mummy article from the table as served before him There was no reason for suspecting this individual who paid his bill and departed to share the booty with hubs confederate The way in which the trick was detected is an instructive illustration of the in genuity of the criminal pitted against the superior skill of the detective The alllcer of the law who was on watch in a restaurant in the Place do la Madeleine noticed the disappearance ol some silver at a certain tumble He had the diner searched with the usual re suit and was compelled to tender lilt profuse apologies to the indignant guest Jloturning to the table In no verj good humor the disciple of Lccocq seated himself with his back to the table nod burled his face in n newspaper A large pier glass was aflixed V the wall on the opposite side Soon a gentleman the confederate entered seating himself at the table mind while eating his soup began tc work little dreaming that the pence ablelooking person opposite with hh back toward him wits watching every movement in the looking glass through a hole in the newspaper which he held before his face pretending to rend 11 was as good as a play and the detective was obliged to restrain himself or he would have laughed outright- No sooner had the rogue succeeded In transferring the last of the forks und spoons to his pocket than he rose very leisurely walked to time cashiers deal and took out his money to pity for the meal Hut at the stone moment there was a hand laid on his shoulder and tit detective slipped a pair of hamlcuffi upon his wrists The missing articles wero found ir his pocket and lie way marched oil if the city lHisonX Y Mail and Express SAVED BY A GLOVE BUTTON Suspended Over a Irljlitul Chasm by u Inill Cord How much may depend upon n glove fastening was illustrated at one of till Wonsoii slate quarries in an adventure which the person concerned would not care to reprint He was n derrick tuna who stood on the brink of one of the great chasms from which the slate rock Is hoisted ills duty was to catch hold of the big hook depending frost the end of the boom as it swung over the bank nod attach It to the crate to be sent buck into the pit Standing upon the very edge he reached out to catch the hook which tangled near him It was winter and he wore thick buck skin gloves The hook slipped from him as hu leaned out but caught into the fastening of the glove Time swing of the great boom took him oil his feet in an instant anti car rued him out into giddy space with his life depending on the gloves holding fast His whole weight was hung on that button and there yeas a clear 175 feet of suture between him and the floor of lie rock below The moments that JlIsicdlIlCoru the boom could he swung back over the brink seemed like hours to him but ho got there nt last safe and sound He explained that he did not move hula hand in the glove or at tempt to catch the hook with his fingers for fear the change of position would loosen the button so it would hive way His presence of mind in keeping as still as possible may have helped to keep the slender thread from breaking Bangor Me News llrciikfast IorrlilKtt Stir 0owly one part oatmeal into four parts freshly boiling water unit salting time wider to taste boll one hour oi aior and serve hot with sugar and cream or sirup as preferred If the oatmeal is put into the water and soaked over night it will tike less time to cook it in the morning but it must be boiled in the same water or the flavor is lost If n double kettle is used da not stir time oatmeal while cooking The flavor is improved by allownf the oatmeal to slowly simmer on tM itovo for some time The breakfa1 porridge can be poured into a ma and served cold as bland mange wit augar nnd cream or fruit sauce BoS ton Herald I t Th === I I t n dJ u THE FARMING WORLD SPOTTED COWBANE short Description of Ono of Our Most Deadly runts Every year cases of the poisoning of children from eating wild parsnips ore chronicled by the papers As many people ore ignorant of the harm fur nature of tho plant it may be well to describe it Spotted cowbnro Cicittn inacnlntnj is n member of the parsley family It is n weed of the dnrup meadow and broohslde It is a perennial with a purple stem white flowers slender habit and a pungent aromatic odor The stems spring from SPOTTED COWIJAM thick fleshy underground roots which are usually three or five in number though single specimens arc also found The roots of spotted cowbane will1 nffcct man cattle und horses and for this reason they should be grubbed out from the farm as soon as recognized The symptoms of poisoning h con Iaut are 1ain in the bowels vomiting foe lowed by violent convulsions dilation of the pupils frothing at the mouth and death Cowlmne is generally mis taken for wild parsnips tint the two ure really quite different though be longing to the sauna family The gems ine wild parsnip is a biennial of a tall stout habit with deeply grooved stem and bears large clusters of yellow flower It is ulso of an acrid poisonous nature which is not entirely destroyed l y cooking Like the cowbane iit should be dug out wherever found X Y World ABOUT FEEDING CALVES Important IolntH Wlilcli Art Overlooked Ity Many Dalrvinrn Certainly 110 one will Icily that it is wrong to fatten a dairy heifer says n writer in Country Gentleman Ms iit not wrong to starve them The ma jority of farmers are not willing to overfeed their calves because it is ex pensive but if they see an article say lug calves must be kept thin and fed on course fodder to develop the diges tin organs surely they will have an excuse for raising thin weak calves and cows hawing impaired constitutions Do not think it is to lie understood that a highly concentrated ration strong in fat is recommended that is as wrong us the short ration It would seem if the young calf is required to consume large quantities of coarse food to get the necessary quantity of nutriment some of the organs will he overtaxed and others will be undeveloped Jle garding s calf having a large stomach or what is vulgarly termed a potbelly it will almost invariably be found to pare a squall poorly developed chest and heart girth In reference surlyhasimportant point t AlIaullnlls are in the natural state smaller than those vhich have been domesticated and the tendency is to prow smaller in the hands of breeders therefore it seems logical to try and keep size health and constitution hilt always haying production in view An example might he made by taking two heifers from the sane class of dams both physically equal at birth one to be fed on a nitrogenous properly balanced ration to grow lust produce bone and muscle to be fully developed maul able to produce trong calf wluu two years old the other fed on coarse roiinutritlve fodder to be always ueak sum undersized that when two years of age would bo of a yearling size Now the question is which will prove the better dairy and breeding animal to reproduce tier species and also prove of vulue in the dairy1oca any herd improve where the young stock are neglected Most breeders have bred for an object production sacrificing size and constitution tin result being that soon their goal pro duction is alga lost Go slow and breed for all points in the future they will be required more than at present Tobacco as tin IimertUlilt For some years 1 have been using and recommending tobacco dust as an nil round insect destroyer says Joseph Mclmn in tho Practical runner I have used it in the green house for lice aphis in time open ijlnnflIcosometimes in the henhouse for lice etc It is surely one of time swiftest of all in secticides we can apply I have usually applied it with the bare hand scatter ing It rather freely over bushes and plants and around cucumber melon and squash wines even an inch deep on the ground lore bees are lost in wintering than I by disease or in anjothrwuI 1 y GRAFTING GRAPE VINES The Proper Time and the Correct Way N IcrformliiR tho Operation As nearly everyone who has had the grape fever and went Into numerous varieties is most likely to have some that ho wishes to change this is the time to change them by grafting in stead of digging such out as are not de sirable Sometimes wild vines arc where they changcdIntoyears ago but would not advise it now except where young canes can bo laid in the ground six inches deep for n few feet then graft tho end There are various modes of grafting the grape but the most simple and as successful grnft1ThereI other when the strong flow is on The latter will be when tho vines have made shoots a foot long In this case how i j ever the grafts must be kept in a cool place or they will be too far advancedi when the time comes Clear away the ground around time vine to be grafted six inches deep saw oil the vine with a sharp linetoothed saw and smooth the stump with u i sharp knife If the stem is straight j j grained use a strong thinbladcd knife laid split the stump one and a half or two incites have a wedgepointed spike and drive it in the middle so as to hold the split apart wide enough to Insert tilt grafts The grafts should bu hatlptlwllIsOllletillll1I I answers as well emit two grafts eyes if ordinary wood anti if thtII jointed take three eyes to a graft Cut j the graft onehalf inch below the lower j pad and ou half inch above the upper OIWICut a wedge from the lower t down to a nice edge with the side eI the eye u little the thickest This Is so that it will be pressed tightest where the saps meefJis it is a little dilllcult to run the line of the sap exact and this must he looked to It is well to have the graft lean a little out at the top in which case the line will he crossed and the eonncclon sure Insert the grafts two inn stock that is an inch in diameter if less one graft will do Press down to the eye then pullout your wedge and the grafts will be held firma enough wHhont tying Hut if small vines it is best to lid them If the tiimp is twisted amid crooked so that Tcannot be split sunlight use the saw and saw out u wedged piece so that the grafts will fit tight and tie well fill in time earth now mind press firmly around the grafts but he care fur not to move them up to the top gllIslmto prevent the sun from drying out the mud before there is a connection be twccn the graft mind stock When growing time conics the suckers that may come from the old stock must he carefully removed or they will rob the graft When the graft begins to grow they must haw stakes to tie to 1 have often had grafts to grow term to twenty feet the first season and bear a pig crop the next Columns Itural World TUg tSJUItSI smm i Wanted n perfect country road whereon tho noblo steed I Can draw a broad and atrplo load at a pleasant rato of speed Ono hard amid smooth and level yet so drained and round and high It wont lie muddy when its wot nor dusty when its dryGood Roads KxpcriiiKiiU IIM to lluttrr German experiments confirmed by Ircnch tests have demonstrated that the feeding of cows hits no effect on the proportion of butter in time dry matter of milk Cows of the sumo breed and fed in the sumac way will uiry In their yield of butter between a kilogram from 20 litres of milk and one from 03 litres The conclusion reached is that making due allowance for the stage of lactation for the daily yield of milk and the breed time in dividual peculiarity of the cow is tho most important factor in the production of butter St w System of 1iuklnK Iluttor A new system of packing hatter which does away with cold chambers Is being tried in Australia Time butter is packed in cubical boxes mado of glass tho joints being covered with adhesive greaseproof paper The boxes vary in size holding from ono pound to 100 pounds When n box Ls filled it is covered with a quarter of an inch of plaster of parts and this with prepared paper or canvas Time plnstcr being a nonconductor oi heat pre serves the hermetically scaled butter Potash should be applied to all kinds of fruit trees especially to peach and other stone fruits ALMOST GRAZED Thought Her Child Was Going to Dio Tho Terrible Ordeul of A Mother Her Little Girl Almost Faded Away Saved In the Nick of Time A Story That Wilt Touch tho Heart of Every Mother From the Journal Detroit Mich A very Grateful mother is Mrs A LHartncss of 070 Grand Avenue Detroit dnughterhIlSPlait Pills Said Mrs Dartnoas Yes my PInkII n19I spluedlo glvo was BO that she was fairly skin and bones her dl Gcstlon was out of order and she had tho most awful headaches Wo gavo up all hopo of her recovery tier long thin listless taco made mo nearly crazy and wo did everything in our powerto give her strength nod induct tier to take an interest in any timing One day a friend told mo about tho Plait Pills and Mr Ilartncss went down town and got three boxes Sho had taken about JUornIlligI could hardly bolioo lt for It hud been over u openedSoon on slngll1gIlittle daughter uaco more Slid tuliiks nothing of n spin on her wheel over to MU Clement 01 1 outiac and in us well as slit over was I hud n pill living at our homo who was great HUHcror from Impoverished blood In who received Instant und permanent Insito poor pleasureThe Williams Pink Plllsstato that they nun not n potent mod but n prescription used formally years Ilclno cmluent practitioner who produced wonderful results with them cur lug all forms of weakness arising from a watery condition of time blood or shattored nerves two fruitful causes of almost every 111 to which flesh specific for tho troubleseculinrtofemales- loch as suppressions all forums of weak less chronlo constipation bearing down pains etc and in tho ease of men will give ipcedy relief and effect a permanent euro in ul cases arising from ineuxal worry over ivork or excesses of whatever nature They nro entirely harm loss and cnn bo given to weakandBlckiychiliiren with tho greatest eritent post paid on receipt of price 50 cents k box or six boxes for S2Wtho urn never addressingDr1Villiams lady N V thoIlrnVOllnSave been keaplup It for u gentleman ranker SUitcHiuuu Inom Seekers KxountlunH In order to give everyone an opportunity 10 see the Western Country nUll enable tho ionic seekers to smiro a soma in time to eminence work for the season of IbCKJ tho Chicago Milwaukee ti St Peal Ky hats nr ranged to run u series of four homo seekers ixcursions to various outs in tho West forth West timid Southwest on tho follow ling dates March 10 April 7 and SI and May V at the low rata of two dollars more than ONE rum for tho round trip Tickets will be good for return on any Tuesday or Fri fay within twcutyono lays front unto of fllltherIapply to any coupon agent Limo East or South or address Gio II IlCAFFont General Passenger und Ticket Agent Chicago III As Tile mind must govern tho hands so In every society tho men of intelligence must direct the man of labor Johnson Cullfornlii In 11111 nil luurlt Slorplui 110 Cum Tho Darlington Route C R Q H It runs personally conducted excursions to California leaving Chicago every Wednes lay Through cars to California destina tion fitted with carpets upholstered scats bedding toilet rooms etc every con veulciue Spivlal agent in charge Route rla Denver and Salt Lake Sunshine nil the way Write for descriptive pamphlet to T A Grady Excursion Manager lill Clark Su Chicago IliDo TOU belIeve hypnotisml Well I rattt say positively lint If there IIH aothlug in it 1 cant explain why a largo uumbor of marriages oceurnlllth IIIlOorlsOItI Hllson called in four doe tars lu consultation over him tho day ho jled llgglosCcdIlhoes no danger it Mi being buried alive Brooklyn hlfo e I WAiini tho iiootld young man an- metbr misunderstood Then naked tho practical girl why do you not try to talk united States Indianapolis Journal RniAiiTKi is tho highest order of wit ns it bespeaks tho coolest yet quickest exer else of genius at n moment when tho Ipas sloes uro roused Colton e U Tnrsn problems in nrlthnictlo Are harrowing I vow Last leap year sho was thirty And shos twentymi von now- Washington Star Mns and timings have each their proper perspective to judge rightly of somalo It Is necessary to see thorn near of others wo can never judge rightly but at n distance Rochefoucauld KEASOX olovatcs our thoughts as high as tho stars and leads us through tho vast space of this mighty fabric yet it comes far short of tho real extent of our corporeal being Johnson e Runnnn Up Against Thorn Hazel Riding a wheel is n great thing to polish a person up Isnt Ill Nuttollow sot llazcl Ssinco Ive been riding Ive como In close conturt velum some of tho lineal peo plo in townTruth- Miss NETrwoiiAN I will havo to gototlio city tomorrow mind mnko some purchases Miss Btrougiuind Cant you gut what you want hero Miss Nowwoman No there isnt a gents furnlshlug store In town LifeTats thom31dcnltimidlyof my sexs privilege Mr liIUrrhnst I IlingbastI T Tr Sloe Xmrard 9199 ranttot4dlleIIa11tCatarrhtarrbbeingconstitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cute is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surffoundatinthereby destroyingoflimo disease and giving tho patien- tstreogthbybuIkingupthocouetltutfnand assisting nature in doing its work Tim proprietors hare so much faith In its cura lIunllrcdDollalSBend for list of testimonials Address F J f naxrt M Co Tolodo 0 Bold by Druggists 75o Halls Family Pulls are tho best CTSICOS says that has observed that tho people who complain that divorce Is too easy under the present laws are usually un married Somervillo Journal lrce to Comrades Time latest photograph of Honorable I N Walker ConimaudorlnCblcf of tho O A ilatldingChicagoor Tar an nro but three classes of men tho stationary amid the progress ivcLavuter GreatNervenfterllrstdnysuseMarvelous tlo free Dr Kline IUI Arch St Phlhi Pa Pjmnxcn of whoso soft graces I havo her sovereign aid mud rest myself content Shakespeare Pisos Cure for Consumption Iis nn A Nol Asthma medicine W It WIUUMS Antioch 111 April Jl ISM FATiira Sho Is a beautiful singer my sou SonYcR sho is father but sue aocsat slug beautifully Wrinkles Foe Cornno ASTHMA AND THIIOAT Dis ounrii use flroiniji JJrotififiil Jitcm Sold unly in boxes Avoid imitations SATAN ns n master is bad hlo work much worse his wagon worstof all Fuller Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the nature of tho many phys teal ills which vanish before proper ef forts gontlo efforts plcnsantofforts rightly directed There Is comfort in the knowledge that so ninny forms of sickness arc not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to a conallpntcdcondl Lion of tho system which the pleasant family laxative Syrup of Figs promptly removes That is why ins tho only remedy with inilllonaof familicn nut Iis htallwhoeffects nro iluo to tho fact that it la the ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it outs It in therefore all important in order to get its bene ficial effects to note when you purchase that you have tho genuine arti cle which Is manufactured by tho Call forma Fig Syrup Co only and sold by druggistsIfof good health and Urn system IB regular laxatives or other remedies are titan not needed If afllictcd with any actual disease one may bo commended to tho most skillful physicians but if in noel of a laxativeI ono should have the best and with the I wellinformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest amid is most largely usedand gives most general satisfaction Cn = = re = = i ttflt+ dtt f14 6N- TIEI KINQ CURE OVER ALL F- ORNETJR4IGIAIaaEUJaATXS1 SOIATJOA Is- d4 dd0 9ddd idAQi Oddr d0 E II Avery smooth article II IPLUGIDont J with low grade tobaccoscompare stt Battle Axt with the best on s a the market and you will find you get for 5 cents almost as much ttBattle Axttas you do of other high grade brands for 10 centsI 11IHI1IIllhIlllllllllllllllllllllilillkllllllllllillilllil lllillullilllillUlHllll nT These stopped using soap long ago This one stopped becausewelLwell have to cucss why Perhaps because it gave him too much work to do Thats what everybody thinks for that matter when theres nothing but soap at hand andtheres a good deal of dirt to be unmoved from anything TvIi one stopped because she had found something better than soap Pcarlinc JJP Something easier quicker simpler more economical No rubbing to speak t of no weareasy work and money saved whether washing doilies cleaning house or any kind of waslung and cleaning J I1sasJ4r42O G I OPIUM n uel BMSarrtursTISPAMv ewnsvre l VA 4A NJEtf d WHEN W 11JUxeABUKTH 1 Nats tkst t s aMI a 4 fMerM I i 71 eMc r- rI e Iito t 1 Ii d r l r- Ivir J- n t r r Ii7VI THE HERALDnx- aER COOPER Filter OIL E HABICHT Bulneis Manager 1 art AisociaU tilter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 10 1890 ANNOUNCEMENT wo arc authorized to nnnonncc CIIAS T BYIID of ns n candidate for the office of Circuit Conrt Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party WE HBAit it rumored that several candidates will ontor the lists for congressman from this district but nsyot wo have nothing definiteI from any of them but Judge W M Bocknor of Winchester nnd howovor ninny linnkor after tho honor of representing tho people of tho Tooth district he will bo u hard man to bent Ho is thorough ly identified with tho interests of i thaniI faithfully in times past and they fool that ho can ably and will ar r duously do so again 1Vo do notL thus commend him with n view to discourage othor worthy and nble Democrats because the woods are full of good and untried mon who might do Its troll as Judgo Bocknor Wo simply speak of him as wo hoar him spoken of and our columnsI are open to tho claims of all who 4 4usPiro to tho cllico Dont bo afraid to nnnounco for faint hour novor won fair lady or fame SPBAKIVCJ of the probable enndi datos for tho Democratic nomina tion for commonwealths attorney in this judicial district wo hoar tho of youngUOll1ocrnt prominently JUPutionodnncI a groat ninny have oxprnsiod tho opinion that should ho secure tho nomination ho will ho elected1 without trouble In that case tho poop o would have an indefatigable worker and a painstaking prosocu tor This no man will have tho tomority to deny Ho hat not yet wcprossod his opinion ahem mak ing Uio race but his friends desire Jiim to runrill ho do Wt TUB Hepublicans of Morgan bounty have endorsed Hon W T t Hsitz as thoir candidate for con gross from this district and ifn Republican id to represent us which wo very much doubt why it gaps without saying that Mr Soibc yilti conic nearer filling tho bill than any rant in his party Ho iis a gontloman in every sense thor oughly posted and looks at mat ters from n common sense busi ness standpoint The Republican party will honor itself in giving tho nomination by acclamation + yon though ho should not winI and wo hope they will do so PuEsiDENTCiBVKiANi on Friday last sont a dispatch to Madrid couched in courteous diplomat I phraseology hat plaint giving the 1 Spanish government to understand 1h that Spain can well afford to como to terms peaceably about Cuba limo dispatch reminds Spain of cortthin unkopt promises regarding Cuba made by the Spanish govern 1 mont during tho administration of President Grant It is feared at a Washington that tho effect of this dispatch on tho hotheaded Spaniards may result in an outbreak against American citizens Gov BHADLEY has subscribed 1000 to tho stock ofn Ropubli it j can evening paper in Louisville r Host of tho other subscribers to tho stock nro tho Governors pt r wmal Of political friends a 4= r a tRIh ha- v I yl J4 k jyr tit jwjMpp Carlisle aai Victory The position of Carlisle makes him tho loader of the Democratic patty provided al ways the Democratic party proposes In the coming campaign to fignt for its tri i ditionnl principles The Globe Den o crat of 8t Louie says of the Democratic party of the pnstITho Domocrncy of tho earlier age was blind and pre verse on some quell I bone but it was always clear viaiontd on the monetary issue in whatever shape I it presented itself In the 3Ps MOV and 60s when the Democratic party was run by statesmen he would have been a bold man who would rise up in a Democratic council and propose n finan cial policy which would repudiate half of the existing debts and cut down the worklngmans dollar to 50 cents That is true and the Democratic party can hope for a permanent return to power only as the exponent of a policy which will give permanent industrial ponce to the people It pleases the Globe Democrat to say There is not the faintest probability of course that Carlisle can gut the con didacy Carlisles docliine is the doe trine of the majority of the Democratic party mind it will bo indorsed in one shape or other by the national con en thou hut the convention will look elsewhere for n nominee A sound money man will bo selected but Morrison Campbell or Whitney will bo much stronger in the convention than Carlisle can be While the secretary in able honest mind true to the traditions of his party in its best days he Iis nut personal Ily popular and he could command little support in the convention outside of his own slate except in New York or New England Yet Carlisle is more promi neatly identified with the honest money cause than any other Democrat except Cleveland cud his nomination would place the party back on its old hive on the finance Usuo and put ii in shape to take advantage of the conditions when fortune Nome time in the future again turn in its soar this merely reflects the condition of allhirs within tho IcpnhlicMii party rid den as it is by Mclunleyisin andready to put a noncommitUd candidate on a nan comnnaittnl platform a3 far Ica the financial question is concerned It does tint represent tho opinion pre wailing within tho Democratic party The two factions will fight it out in the national convention If the free silver men control the convention let them nominate Mr Teller on a platform pledg 1theI party to free silver If the sound money men control they will doctors against free silver anti i k dge I tho party to maintain tho present stand ard In that CUM whom should they nomiI II note Morrison Whitney Cumpbdl Stevenson or some great unknown illI order to keep tho silver vote Hy no menus We tried that in len Lucky in November and have had enough of it Carlisle fits such a plntform as no one else eon He would tint have to explain it interpret it or apologia for it but front one end1 1of tho country to the other tho people would understand that Car lisles victory would mean commercial peace I When fortune turns in its favor says the tiloboDemocmt with its eyes on some dim and distant future It would be well for the Republicans to auk if the tide lies nut already turned Certainly the situation in New York indicates that the Democrats will carry New York Now Jersey Connecticntt and Delaware In the oia t west and south the Republican party Iis noticeably weak er today than it was when congress met in December Forward Democrats Louisville Post MrI Carlisle is not exactly a logcabin statesman as were Jackson and Lincoln but his success in life is due wholly to I his own genius and labor He never had the advantages of a collegiate cdu1 cation suet yet his is one of the most profoundly cultivated minds of his gene rattan IIu has never had tho advan ages of wealth mid influential family connection but few men have risen so high and none have advanced with more steadiness and uniformity tic was first member of the lower house of the gen oral assembly of Kentucky then to tho upper thou lieutenant governor then representative in congress speaker then senator and finally cabinet officer A term in tho presidency would fitly round oft a career that has never known a re verse and would be an object lesson of incalculable value and encouragement to the aspiring youth of AmericaJournal I Ono of UKo Iailbiied children is very sick anfl not expected to live It I Is BjU2nIII f tion and permits food to ferment amid putrlfy InII the stomach Then follow dizziness HoodsI i Insumltui nervousness and If not n llived hllloiM fever or Mood olnnlni Hoods Tills stlnuilato the stomach PiUsrouso the aver cure headache uizzincM con stipation etn 2i cents Raid by nil ilniKRlsts The outs 1Hls to take with Hoods Sarsaiiarllla ADDITIONAL LOCALS I Miss Mollio Dormody of Louisville arrived in town Tuesday and will open up n millinery store soon Tom Greonwmlo leas glen up his studies nt the academy and gone to his home in Montgomery county Rev 1 Mny who has been holding services in thiss neighborhood for some time left for Prcstonsburg Tuesday S T Wil on a painter of over twenty years experience Iis now in our town and will paint John M Roses house Jnmos II Swanjjo returned home from West Liberty on Monday lust where he had been teaching u successfulI school Rev Clay delivered an able and interesting sermon nt the M E church Tues day night Subject The Temptations of Christ J1 J T Day returned from u business trip to Cincinnati 0 Huntington W Va Lexington Louisville and other wholesale markets last Tuesday Mrs F X Day leaves tor the presbytery at Mt Sterling on Saturday She will spend a day or two with her son Willie at Spencer before she returns During the past few days forest fires had been raging in this neighborhood Considerable damage has been done to fences etc but to what extent we have out been able to learn = = =Warning Order Those persons who carried oft the tobacco from my barn on Lick bronchi are hereby notified to call at my office in- HII1el U MIen mul settle fur mine or they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law J TAYIOU DAY hazel Grt ell Ky April 13 1SDG Wanted A good respectable girl to do the house work for a small fatally Good wages to the right party For further infor mation apply at this oillcv 9 TT I y gryyl 1wY ow eJI I S I 13 ILpl I S And all others styles of alli ijoiIL6I 1 Promptly and Neatly Executed at th- eHERALD OFFCEt t IAI II II SThAUS1GRT L II CLOTHING SALE I i Sf Suits at Less Than time Trimmings 11- I iPunts at Less Than tho Making iiYorsted 1Ulllon1 8tNo 278 Suits at 375 worth 900I I ILotNo 73 Suits at 4 75 worth 950 J No 269 Suits at 840 worth 700 fiLot1 i Lot No 49 Suits at 450 worth 1000 Lot No 71 Suits at 4 50 worth 900I gBring Lot No 85 Suits at 499 worth 1100 the number of each lot and mnko your selection The goods new fresh goods made by the best manufacturers in i IIarc AmericaII Line of Boys and Childrens Novelties Just c i LL0trnhisp LEADING CLOTHIERS r- r LEXINGTON KY I OSF D VISoPHACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL G11EEN ENTl CJY wE IEI lntronhreI11 IN TilE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT V1I 1 Iemploy only skilled labor every man bsine an artist in his specialty and vour work is respectfully solicited j HOFFMANS lIIt 1irni iIilFi Q rvjJ LLIi J 1 iW FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT I 11inj I ASSETS OVER 26000000 LOSSES PAID 27500000 Address A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling ICyc1 WIT COLVIN I WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS w SaGrooer MT STERLING YI IH B 1C11TTITIREED PEEBLES C WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTTnv IIf1 PORTSMOUTH OHIO R I PHE HERAL Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings 0Fnsiy willows hangiu on the long willow limb Dlppin in the water where the bullfrogs swim Wlshl it wasnt quite fio cool Vlshtrthoy anent tiny school Then Id go nftsMn in the mornln Tree frog apee1ln cause the weathers nice null wct- Itedbreasl acreepla but I aint scon cr yet 4 WUht school WM outer doors Wtaht I dIdnt have no chorus Guess Ill go afuhlii1 hi tho mornln Grubs Inyin1 low by the bnrnyard fence Lots there lust full aint dug urn since Wisht I only had tor play WIshi tordny was Saturday Hut Ill go iifisliiii in the mnrniii J B Thompson was at West Liberty on business this week Obey Knsli was a visitor at Tim HUH AID office one day Inst week Born to the wife of Alex llntcliflb week before lat a bouncing boy Uncle Levi Kash whoso illness we have heretofore mentioned is much het ter theIHenry Johnson of Lonesome was guest of his sister MM Thompson Sunday I night Misses Florence Quieksall and Nannie Fields of Ezel were shopping in Hael1I Green Saturdaytt- The circuses of Forepaugh nnd Sells IJros have united and will show at hI Sterling April 80 Tin HKHAII sanctum was honoredI with u plaasnnt call from Miss Maggie hash on last Friday The Kpworth League holds its regular prayer meeting in the Methodist church every Tuesday night Make it a point to see that your blood1 iis purifiedt enriched tl vitalised at thin g non with Hoods Sarsaparilln What is to prevent the Haw l GreetIi cornet band from being reorganised iis the question that iis asked us daily If you hold any stock in the HazelIII Green fair association dont fail to at tend the meeting on Saturday May 2 Win Brewer bavin exchnugutl his farm in Morgan county for one in Wolfe comes to Us n full Hedged citizen again Berry and left Brewer Iwviug swap peel their form on Laurel to Win Brew or have moved to their new fnrm on Grassy Quito H largt crowd from hazel GreenI attended the closing exercises of J II Swnngo school at West Liberty Sniur day night llsv Isaac Murphy informs us that he will preach at the Bill Hurst schoolli house on tho second Saturday and Sun tiny in May Kev David tiny of Nicholas county preached at Daysboro Saturday night I and Sunday Some of tho folks from town attended Mrs Pete KatclilFe who has been very ill for some time died Tuesday On Ins t Friday she confessed her Savior tail was baptized by Eld 1icJntt Now that the pleasant days of spring arc here would it not be a good iidea to expend n few dimes in lime and white wash your fences outhoiuos etc Win Sleddsheriff of Montgomery county and Miss Fannie Denton of Mt Sterling were married in Lexington on Wednesday afternoon of last week Mrs Lizzio Haulsey and sister Mis I Maggie of Gnusy called at TUB Him AM office on Monday and inspected the intricacies of UIA art preservative Cobb Chancy who has been danger ously ill for some timo at Leo City his temporary home is much improved andI has moved back to his homo on Grassy Died Thursday night on Grassy Mrs Belle Roberts wife of Hite Robert Sho leaves a husband nnd six children besides many other friends and relatives to mourn her departure Louis Emory jr of Bedford Pa is making preparations to boro for oil at Farmers He will also bore at the old furnace in Medico county Oil men expect to test this part of the country within the next year Conversation is the daughter of rea Boning tho mother of knowledge the breath of tho soul the jmmerce of hearts the bond of frieidship the uuurtahuauut ofCuntet 11 + mu YUp thin or men of wit Drop nor Betty Drop Her Some years slave a minister of this section and by the way n good man in nil the name implies was instrumental in having n big religious revival in bis neighborhood and tradition tells that it ws attended with much good to the Masters cause This good man known as Uncle Jim Dime was a devout devo tee of the Divine One and nothing that his good wife could prepare to entertain his Christian friends was too costly or too scarce to set before them but albeit at that time wheat bread was u Sunday rarity and pies only thought of when tho pious met at the festal board Uncle Jiln had two well grown boys known in the neighborhood Enoch and Robert tho latter more frequently called Bobby by reason of a preference in tho family circle On the occasion referred to Uncle Jim as was hi custom had invited several of the reverend gentle 111011 engaged in the meeting to break bread with him and when the company was seated at the festal board he called upon favored brother to return thanks Bobby thinking it n proper occasion to demonstrate his prowess and at the sumo lime secure his sham of the pie while the divines sat with bowed heads reach ed over and sliced n pie half in two running his knife under one h df to lift l lintlIEllUlll as hubby ran his knife under the pie Enoch reached over and holding his knife just over Bobbys pic haul re I dropIi clamalion created consternation in the Christian assemblage and to this tiny the story iis told for a truth at the moun Gain firesides Uncle Jim iis we believe i still a faithful servant in the Masters vineyard but whether Bobby ever got a sufficient share of pie or Enoch left of his profanityi our iinformant could oat SUV Let us hope that tho appetite of the first has been ninny times appeas i ied since fliur hecanw a common com nv dUv and that the latter has eschewed profanity and professed tho faith of his paternal sire 1ndMltbestoryendsbut I Iit IialllplyvauchnIfur u ou Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every D3Y f31111IiIiIIu l nandthe large andl atinirtiu1 advertise meat of that popular Lexington clothing j firm Louis it Gus Strati These gen tlomen cirry the lurgtstnnd must varied stock of clothing and gents furnishing in the state while their prices are sc low that there is no possible reason why a person should go shabbily dressed Rend the advertisement and be convincedi that what we say iis correct Louis and Oils Struon nr too well known to need further introduction at our humir atd when in Ixxington be sure to call on them A West Virginia company has pur chased the sixteen thousand gore tract of land of the Lickin river mining coot PUljIn the south side of Licking cud I mouthIr I I build a brunch road from Midland on the C t O The branch rond will pus silly be constructed far up Beaver as the old furnace If you mire indebted to this office on subscription job work or advertising you will oblige us very much by coining Ito the Captains office and paying your dues We need n little of the filthy lucre about ns bad as n hobo does a meals victuals at times anti your promptness will relieve our distress and be forever appreciated Never mind the rush Come on and well try and attend jI your wants I Monday afternoon a dispatch was re ceived hero from Mt Sterling stating that the wife of little Jimmiu Wilson hoe Mattie Nickell was lying at tho point of death On Tuesday morning her mother Mrs Trumbo Nickell left for her bedside Prof Joseph S Ilagins one of the leading teachers of Brcathitt county and Miss Jessie Gray a lending belle of Lee county were married at tho read dance of the brides parents near Three Forks City on Friday last The appointments of Rev J M Little arc At Bothsalem first Sunday in each month Gil Imorc second Sunday Rous seau third Sunday and at Hazel Green on the fourth Sunday Auut Iop Oliur 01 Laurel tiled IUetII She 30 old 1 week was about years ruf1 40 = EcI4IE1 ITOHEN12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY jB Rogular Motile 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to Aa m Dinner frost 10 n in to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m s Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty k GUS LtTJGAnfJ1 r144J1ltt SiI Tnylur Day givtK notice elsewhere CfTjl1hisl You can ace how your subscription stnmls by observing the date on time wrapper or margin of your pnper Capt H IL Cockerliaiu of the Central university battalion Richmond Limas been appointed to take charge of the Jackson collqjiiito institute cadets at Jackson in place of Capt Hull recently drowned Mrst Fred lay llrs1111 Thompson Mrs Willie 8wln0 Misses Minnie Day Laura D lluwlings Nettie Wheeler Maggie I ash and Laura Wilson attend cdchurch at Daysboro and reported an interesting meeting I have arranged to keep us much of time traveling public UM desire to stop with mo Samph rooms for commercial men Ono door west of postoflico Respectfully Miw EIKN KAHII Those parties who agreed to pay their subscription in corn and other produce are requested to bring the same to this office at once Time roads are nuw in good condition curl no further excuses can be nftYrcd We need it and need it- Now You cant build up a town or influence trade and business by whining Kverv citizen owes it to himself to never allow a discouraging word cif his town to go nnihalleiiged Every one has it in his power to contribute to his towns pros verity The troubre is we all forgot our own responsibilities There are many cures for tho Ameri can malady of indigestion Lint when indigestion has passed into biliousness and i is attended by sour stomach dizziness ii dinordiTtid liver etc wo believe there iti i no remedy in the world equal tto IttimonV Tonic Liver Tills Pills to touch the 1 liver Tonic relicts to build up time sys Item i two separate medicinesI togetherI they demise the system and repair tho waste Try them once Your druggist keep1 them Only 25 cents for both trial dose f rllII d Hiram Hlankciiship of Craosy hns moved his household effects to Montgom cry county whuro he will reside in the f Utll rooIi The time iis ner at Ian II I when the sweet girl graduate will make her debut The custom of making rare gifts on these occasions has never lied out amid we know of nothing moro appropriate than n chntclninp watch or ft nice wt of jewel i With this aim in view we call at IIIy to the new advertisement of Fred i J1 HeinU tilt mnnufHcturing jeuelry ofi Lexington who cnn furnish Anything in the jewelry line This week ho makes u specially of watches and those desiring something good nnd cheap should not fail to sec him when in Jlx ngtJnii Jtev J MI Little of Cillmore Creek called at Tin HnUAlt ofllco last Mon tiny and 1111110 our hearts glad Mrs1 Little wino had accompanied him to town called on Dr Sale the dentist and hadnil her teeth extracted prepara tory to having U lull set of ivories inserted Springtime 5s Ihere and at thisI season of time your it is customary for ladies toI Icdeck themselves in fashionable II ItIreII For the benefit of the ladies in this sec tion of the mountains wo would state that the enterprising dteMnakers and milliner Mrs F N Day surd hiss Lan ra D Rawlings have just received a full and complete line of millinery goods trimmings etc mind will have the nmc i ready for inspection on Monday next April 20 All the ladies of Hazel Green j nod vicinity are invited to call mod eej these latest 1IIeltlllIii Adam Forepaugh Sell Brolhcrs superb united hippodrome tho greatest circus nnd exhihitrj nt Lexington on Wednesday April 29 189iJ Low rates from stations on L j B railway Ticket will be sold at one i taro for round trip Tickets good ontj t regulni train going i special train will leave Lexington nt 0 p III after the performance is over Judge Swango received n card from Dr E O Otierrant saying he would 1 o- Imbrenn Frilnr tllifi Mf h insf and wlul11l I Nrt dchpturuitg hurl uigut lot au judeli 1 nite period j I wT WANTED 85O ILAnd in order to got itwill sell nil the articles blow3 EE named provided you buy at one piu- vhaseiFORf5Or CASH es == 10 pounds Granulated Sugar 25 2 pounds Arbucklos com o 50 Onolmlf pound Spico v 15 Onehalf pound Popper 15 = Ono 8lb can Poaches 20 o 5 pounds Soda 0 A1 25wr f t All tho above for 150 E terTlus Special Oilier is for Thirty Days Only = E Respectfully E HMFPERATTI ItftIl HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY tpJj riJ e i Norml and Preparatory School Ii tl xsrSpecial courses in Bible Short I 1 rr rr ii1t hand and Typewriting and Orna ii W mental and Plain Drawing E Ell f ftjlif t1iI l rlrmootiItIJ ItI rjfhe illxL torm of urn week begin MONDAY MAIICII SO 1 i iwlbllcill1ttllItiullltlltll work will he given to there ulm tllCi11j t f jiJ choulJJ I tllII00- J j tion and wllhingii only 28 11 I 1iIt i 1 Siinl fur CutaliiKiii or Fi lnrIIenhImsNEiji1 l U IfliLllnrcl Jrcrn CunuriqIfi QriT i fJEi r p lf f1JrtG IE L SAS7 Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest PricesK BARGAINS FOR CASH JOHN M ROSE nrAiiu IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Consisting of Dry Goods Notions Clothing Hoots and Shoos Hats andl Capn Quoenswaro Hard varo c Also the celebrated Avery Plows All of which will he sold for time lowest living prism for cash produce or live stuck All porsoiiH who owe me must settle their accounts and solos as I need tho money anti ueml it badly applyfor1 settled in full what they owe mo Respectfully JOHN M ROSE Ja H PIERATT j Livery Feed and Sale Stable I j HAZEL GREEN KY 2 ij SingleIttgtfor hire Parties cunvey- id i to any point on reason able terms rrlIrlll ro ntrllIl to fllrail far AliI- I dlllauuru LfuiJte3peetfelly 11 ikePLEXATT J E t = 12 11 ro I J Ahlflhl R hlNbwI TABLERtS PihlaEUCK EYE OITfTCURES NOTHING nUT PilES esowwwl ruJA SURE and CERTAIN ou m CI- known for IB ycrro r tho BEST REMiDVfor PZLtEn- wr rarrr MerrTHE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE n Write to T B QuiKcnv io Drawer leo Chicago Cccrc tory of the SrAtt Actjmtrr CoMrAKV fur laformatloa regarding Accident Iniur nnce Mention lb pnpeiv By to doins ycu en rive 1accidental fFAT n FOLkSper mnnntu by a bum- tetrrrurnentbr Drag enasIj r r v1 I iDR SNYDER Idea REDUCEDtruurlnto2o l 1tlcii uhtrrrvewtrttalcaacn 11oMi j- Wantedta fl WIle lroffeWstuh U1D UIY tII W1fC QU1 t Coofer MkE ti d tiRnl i aw4is4 1M 7Pi I tlJlx HXIULD iii Aa X7Ir I I r n L Jt iJe 1 It 1 Jir I 0 t U 11 Ft c CJ YfVt q t t- v 7- It i i 1THE HERALD BPENCUn COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN i t KY I I BUYING A TITLE It Is Alwaj Dear nt Unit Irltfo foe AmerIcan Girl The American in Paris of whom one longest hesitates to speak is tho worn an Who has married a title Few of her illusions have been realized A title or the satisfaction of being a countess or princess when viewed from a Broad way or Fifth avenue point of view ia r very pretty and desirable object But ns the title has to be worn in Paris and rot in New York its importance lies in the way it is considered there not here As for as appears on the surface the American woman of title in Paris fails to win what she sought from either her own people or those nmong whom she has married To her friends from New York or San Francisco she is still Sullic This or Eleanor That When they return to New York they speak casually of how they have 1 been spending the summer with tho Princess HoamlSo and they do not add that she used to be Sallie Spriggs of San Francisco But in iaris when i they are with her they call her Sallie f d just as of yore and they let her under stand that they do not consider her in nay way changed iiince site hind be come onuohlcd Her husbands ruin thc in France are disappointing they certainly cannot be expected to see her III any afferent light from that of an outsider and a nobody they will nut even admit that she is pretty nail they say among themselves that HO long us Cousin Charles had to marry a great fortune it is a pity he did not marry n Frenchwoman and that they away had preferred tho daughter of the elioe olatemalur or the cliainpiigiic tow or or the Hebrew Imnlrer all of whom were ouVred to him 1he Amcriiviu princess cannot ex pout people whc luivu laid title and ancestors so long uc to have forgotten them to molt upol Salllo Sprlggsof allfornlaas nr better than an Indian squaw thlllgII I result is that all which the AnuI I woman makes by her marriage 5s the I privilege of putting her coronet on her handliorchiof and tho humble defer ence of the women at Inqulns ot Vlrots who Hay Madame the baron OHS or Madame the jrinccss at rvorv l second word It really semis a vtr Ii heavy price to pay for very little I Thvw French titles created by XUIKI j leon or the Italians with the titles cre rated by the papal court and the tlmllili fry of othtr countries are not good InvtMtinunls They are not titles m HJIIIU 0110 huH sold they are epitaphs and the heat thing to do with the youn American girl who thinks situ would 1iko to be a princess is to take abroad early in life mind let her IlItI1II it few American girls who have princesses After that if blCOl1llI wants to buy a prince anti pay and supply him with credit to run into more dobt she has only herself U blame and goes into it with her pretty eyes wide open Jllchard llnrdiu Davis in Life In the tiny Capital CLEARING OUT A SLUM The Ailinlruliln Method That 1111 i itcr Iullowixl In Ioiiilon First London kept a watehful eye over the people 8ho unhousid Only enough of tho old buildings were at first demolished to permit the now work to be Intelligently begun Those t i theyi tained as long na possible KO that only n small proportion of the old tenants should bo forced out at once the Ides being to get some of the new building ready for occupancy before all the old ones were torn down In addition to that care was taken to see that such of the residents of the old district as were forced to remove found desirable l nnd sanitary dwellingplaces A complete list of nil the vacant rooms within half a mile of Ute con g demned territory was prepared mill Ikcpt on view nt tho councils office on e the ground and moreover with every notice to quit was issued a statement tint the council would withhold front tenants their compensation for the cost of moving until the proper official had I visited their proposed new homo and was satisfied that they were going to premises which were healthful and in every way suitable for their occupancy Thus while it was of course impossible to improve the condemned area with great rapidity yet within a few months from the time operations began the council knew thnt every person who had hitherto been subject to the evil Influences of the slum had found corn paratively good surroundings Ed ward Marshall in Century Yrnr without hummer Seventynine years ago was the year without a Mimmcr Frost occurred every month in the year 1610 Ice formed a half inch thich in May Snow fell to the depth of three inches in New York and also in MaKuichusctts in Tune Ice was formed of the thickness of a common window glass throughout New York on the 5th day of July In dian corn wnp so frozen that the greater part was cut in August nnd dried for fodder and the farmers supplied them selves from the corn produced in 1615 for the Bccdlng of the sprang tt 1817A tfctroit Free Press Yra L V PROSPE TS OF nEPUBLICANS Morally Degraded anl Unworthy of- Hupport There are still some republicans liv irg who remember the great days of their party the days when Lasts of publicspirited and sincere men loft the ranks of the whigs and of tho demo Brats to found a new organization de voted to high moral and political alms under the leadership of statesmen of eminent character commanding ability hUll the courage of sincere convictions The contrast between the spirit and con dition of the republican party in those days and its present plight calls lorthI nolnncholy reflections The time forts national convention is approaching The original antiidnvery mission of the republican party has longlnjon fulfilledI und new problems of great importance lie pressing for solution The repub lican party still pretends that it you talus in its ranks the best of popular intelligence mind virtue It claims pub lie confidence and support on the ground tlmtbythiKHiiperior Intelligence and virtue it is best fitted to solve the great problems before us What the e problems arc every candid observer JIOWH The business community of the country ndmits that the tarill is no longer ono of them While some Hellish Interests still clamor for higher protect iOll the business world at large is It n own to be on the whole satisfied for the time being at least with the tariff as it stands and wishes it substantially to he let alone This is so true that even ninny of till old protectionists hesitate to touch it They are well aware that what prevents till revival of prosi ority is not they low tariff but the currency disorder The quoHtions really and ur pontlyl demanding tho attention of till country aro those of the currency and of administrative reform by the aboli lion of tlio spoils system- If the republican party were still what it ouco was itm leading inon wOlll1ii recognize it an their obvious duty tIcome forward and boldly to exprers their xinotMv convictions on these sub ject They would sock by every lofrit iniato moans to summon to action lain to organize the supporters of those opin ions within their party to till Bull of securing froth the national convention a clear laid strong approval of them mild the nomination of candidates known to bo In accord with them The convention would thus become as the early republican conventions wore a truly representative bodyof honest cit ICIIH intent upon serving tIll public interest by making certain policies prevail through jmrty effort What do we behold A largo number of tIll leading men of the republican party among theta some of the most lpower fill aro open advocates of the spoils system with all its demoralizing effect + ttand oven of those who occasionally cxproHS their disapproval of it and1 fewIt fact in most states the regular organi zation of till republican party is rout ing upon the spoils principle null hold together by spoils mot hods And there in no prominent republican leader at 11heatst no prospective candidate for th presidency who openly demands that fidelity to civil service reform be nude one of till cardinalI tests of republican liMn Almost all of them are willing to let the boys understand that If the republicans win tie loaves and fishe of party spoil will go to them as much us possible in the old fashion Never since the close of the civil Will Las the republican saris had a finer opportunity to render great service to the American people by taking in hand the problems of the day honestly nnd fearlessly Never has it had a Letter chance to win the support of those fitizons whoso political action is de termined rather by their sense of pub tic duty than by saris spirit Bill never hits it tppcarod in so repulsive a state of moral cegradatiou and sO un worthy of that support Some time ago it seemed impossible that the re publican party should be defeated in the coming pmsldontial election It CCCIUH impossible no longer Leslies Weekly The ClIHtOIIIH IIUVIMIUP The Wilson law in its first calendar year therefore yielded n customs revenue only SSMM10Lti loss than thoMc Kinloy law in its last calendar year lima As however in 1SJ3 thcMcKin loy customs tariff depleted the treasury y735130ss fur bounties to the sugar planters the not revenue from it was not quite nv large as that from the Wil son law in 1Ur Hilt apart front this last consideration it seems well nigh certain that if there Unit been no tariff change and the MoKinlcy law hind boon In force diirlug the period when the great agricultural and commercial de pression WHS must pronounced it would have yielded less customs revenue than the Wilson law did The country need not grieve oHrUlcdcCclltoC the Dlngley hill designed to revive in part time Mc Kinley tariff duties With industry patience nnd the blessing of better harvests this year time revenue of the people will increase and proportionate ly till revenue of the government X Y Herald The scrapping matches between republican tejnntors an to their right to speak for the party are not edifying Tho soundn Qncy republicans should get into goof company by joining the democrats fct Paul Globe 4 THE TREASURY SHORTAGE 1C cpu I 1 lea UK KcftnrtinK to Kcprclienslblo CiiinpalRi Method It is an excellent indication of how nearly the republicans are out of dun puign material that they harp dolly on the deficiency of revenue caused by tho Wilson tariff act They never men tion the fact that 30000000 of the reve nue which that law was expected to produce wits cut off In consequence of a sudden change of opinion by a repub lican judge of the supreme court causing that tribunal to decide in effect that Chief Justices Marshall Taney Chase Walte and their associates lid not understand the constitution of thoJJ United Slate But the republicans are guilty of nn other instance of suppressing the truth that is equally reprehensible They overstate the deficit fay eight monthsJJ and say that at that rata the deficiency for the year will be 30000000 They might as well say it will be 50000000 for nearly the whole deficit occurred in the first four months of the fiscal year In Xo ember December January and February receipts fell below ex penditures only a little more than 1 000000 Tim situation is thus set forth in the Xew York Journal of Commerce one of the highest authorities in finan cial matters The not that theme was an excess In tho receipts over the expenditures of the government of 127510 for the month of February Is merely snottier proof of what has been frequently pointed out In theee columns that under existing law the treasury can Ret revenue enough to n cot all Its current expenses The deficit on tho ciKit month or the current year ending February 20 wag J1SKS537 on the Mt 01011t1U9089 In point of fact for the lust four months or the second half of the current IKoul your the government has been paying Ira way For It must be remembered that the Increase of the dellclt In Jonu j j ary was due solely to the heavy Interest payment at the beglnnim of tho yearn charge which will not recur In any such amount till July and which therefore should be distributed In Its relation toI the deficit over the six month of the ilu nlC ar rule fact that the ile+ ten was reduced In the 21 liUHlnesH days of February affords a very fair guarantee that It wil tli further reduced during thu 2G lmi ness days of March As to the Mirpliis in the treasury the i debt statement issued by the treasury puts the not cash balance on the last flay of February at lGa7U700 tt5 Of till money in the treasury on that day M0W21i5 wore in United States notes procnhackK nnd utOtit73U were in treasury notes of suohoth legal ton lets The present surplus in the trca lII II yImonths for something like 17 lnrM1j In other words if the deficit should continue at the same rate that it went 01 during the winter of 1SU50 Wl should need now taxes about the larIj 2011 Louisville CourierJournal iI THE BOSSES AND MKINLEY Ilittt Quay und Recd riottlnjr Apilnst i tlio Ohio Mini The indications are unmistakable tint a large majority of the republic ans of the west and south strongly favor the nomination of MeKinloy IMvcn in this state it will require all the power of the Platt machine nnd1 of the governors patronnge to pre vent the election of MeKinloy dele gates in some of the strongest repute Ilican districts An attempt by flat t to throw the New York delegation as a unit against MoKinloy with Goy Morton out of the race would surely he futile The Ohio leader represents as nobody else does the policy of high- IIIotlllolI t which is the republican partys pivotal principle for the com jug campaign Yet it is equally obvious that the most powerful bosses in the party nre against MoKinley They dislike him only loss than they did Harrison Platt in Now York Quay in Pennsyl vania Heed nnd his managers in Now EnglandI and other of the most skillful politicians will defeat him if they can It is for this purpose that they have instigated or encouraged the cnnd lacyof various favorite sons hop Ing to make the field against McKin ley so largo that it can be combined to boat him It is not likely tint theywill sue ceed The bosses very rarely control national conventions Theyverc against Cleveland in 1SSI and in 1S92 ami yet he was nominated They were against Harrison four years ago and yet lie prevailed The repub lican sentiment in favor of MeKinlov bids fair to be irresistible N Y World The people of Florida have learned the folly of putting all theiv eggs in one basket As a result of the devastating frosts a year ago the residents of that state who have heretofore devoted themselves entirely to fruit raising are turning their attention tc manufacturing Several manufactur ing plants intro recently been estab lished and more nre projected Troy TimesSuch announcements follow the de feat of the Dingley bill to increase the tariff Utlco Observer It must costa great deal of money to conduct the campaign the McKin leyitcs nre making for the Ohio Na poleon Who is furnishing it It is a wellknown fact that McKinley is n bankrupt The mon or interests that nro putting up the cash must expect tc profit bj the success of McKinley Whc arc theyIilinois Slate Register PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES Young Man Who Jot n Clerkship In AB I tlclrmtlon of Ills Prodigality Here ia a story that one of the southI ern members vouches for according to i i the Washington Post A young man ono of his constituents applied to him for a 51000 clerkship The member secured tho appointment but the day before tho constituent was to be sworn in Ill came to his representative in aItroubled state of mind and saIdIColonel I have had 125000 left mo by an aunt anti my God just think what I have to go through again Let me congratulate you paid thus representative No dont do that said the con stituent you dont know what youre congratulating me on Yes 1 do said tho member for now you can live without working Colonel said the distressed young I IJI man I may as well tell you Several years ago I hind 100000 left me by another jI aunt and it took me nearly a year to spend it After I got through I had to Go to the hospital for six month to get over the effects of my dissipation The reason I cattle to see you today was to t slcl you to keep that place for me until I can spend this money BARENECKED SKATERS Holland Women Appear on the Ice with Halldown Hoiltros We are accustomed to see women bundled I up in furs nstlll glide over the ice To witness a wotnairs race in would give us a greater chill HollundI meet a ghost at midnight A correspondent in mentioning a contest on skates describes I itas follows It was snowing slightly but in i every available moment between the races troops of men were told to clear the course At a given signal six womI en started for the first race They were dressed in very coort shirts and trans parentlooking bloll tslow necks with no skivos ut all We were told they were from among the lower peasant people aijl that the shop classes never entered the lists at all The speed they went at was something wonderful and especially remarkable at the corners For the most part they raced with their arms behind them but the girl who won the prize two pounds sterling i i skated with ltrrvt folded in front taro arms and necks in ml winhrII Our physicians think women arc court ing death by wearing lownecked clrcMCH in ballrooms What must it be to wear them its outing costumes ISuuh Africa Jotn of Arc Cecil Annitnge a young English man in Anhantttc tells of u strange Went African Joan of Arc who IS equipping an array for King Prcmpch Her appearance is wore Impressive than CamousIIlone eye one oar and one arm and to wear her hair ranging long With one touch of her magic wand she can bring armies together and in an engagement n brass pan is placed before her into which nil the bullets of the enemy can conveniently fall without hurting her brave soldiers Tho tnklnilcfst Cut of All As Shakespeare says IIs to polo fun or sneer at people who arc nervous under tlio halfbelief that thchlollllulut IIn iuuiKinnry or an 1I0etlll but a serious reality Imperfect digestionl and assimila tion of tho food IIs a very common cause of nervousness especially that distressing form of It wUloh miinifosts itself In want of Bleep HuslctcrN Stomach ilIttet speedily remedies norvousnos as it nisI iocs lira burial kidney bilious unit rheumatic all incuts The weak gain vigor speedily through its use inn MasterIs it ruining very hard Thomas Tho Servant No sit only hailstones sir Koxbury Gazette Cheap ricursloni to tho AVestuml Northwest On March 10 and April 7 ISM the North- Western LIne Chicago t Northwestern Hv will sell lotto Seekers excursion tickets nt very low rites to a largo numbe- of points In Northern Wisconsin Michigan Northwestern Iowa Western Minnesota Nebraska North Dakota and Mouth Dakota including the famous Black Hills district For full information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W B Kxis UBIIX G P T AI Chicago Ill Tiinac arc manv diversities of vice but it Is ono neverfulling effect of it to 11 vo displeased and discontented Seneca All About Western Farm Lands Tho Corn Belt is tho namo of an illus trated monthly newspaper published by the Chicago Burlington and 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WM HALL MEDICINE riolCMi1i rSTARFRU9Y1SaltsmD1 III aII U II II FIELD AND HOC FENCE WIRE 28 BO 42 60 or 68 Inches high Quality and workmanehlp the be Nothing on the market to compare with It Write for full lnformunon UNION FENCE COMPANY PE KAU3 ILL V Y Y 1 l- r l CHARITY Gods Heater That Fires the HumanI Heart With Sympathy Ufflr to Preach tho Gospel to Emp- tStonuchrChrist Fed tho Multitude Before Trenching on the Mount Row Dr TI1I11I1 elI Sermon Dr Talmagos text Sunday was Psalm cxlvii 17 Who can stand be tore Ills cold The almanac says that winter is end ed and spring has come but tho winds and the frosts and tho thermometer In some places down to zero deny it The Psalmist lived in a more genial climate than this and yet he must some times have been cut by tho sharp weather In this chapter he speaks of the snow like wool the frost like ashes the hailstones like marblcsund describes the congealment of lowest temperature We have all studied tho power of tho heat How few of us have studied tit power of the frost Who can tau before Ills cold This challenge of the text has many times been accepted October 19 181J Napoleons great army began its retreat from Moscow One hundred and fifty thousand men 50 000 horses COO pieces of cannon 9000 U stragglers It was bright weather when they started from Moscow but soon something wrathier than the Cos sacks swooped upon their Hanks Anl armyof Arctic blasts with icicles for bayonets and hailstones for shot and commanded by voice of tempest march ed after them the flying artillery of the heavens in pursuit Tine troops ut nightfall would gather into circles and huddle themselves together for warmth but when the day broke they rose not for they wore den and the ravens came for their morning meal of corpses The way was strewn with the rich stuffs of the cast brought as booty from the Russian capital An invisible power seized 100000 men and hurler them dead into the snowdrifts and on the hard surfawsot the chill rivers and into the mays of the dogs that 1 followed them from Moscow The freezing horror which has appalled history was proof to all ages that it is a vain thing for any earthly power to accept the challenge of my text Who could stand before Ills cold In the middle of December 1777 at Valley Forge 11000 troops were with frosted ears and frosted hands and frosted feet without shoes without blankets lying on tho white pillow of the snow bank As during our civil wa the cry was On to Richmond when the troops were not ready to march sin o the revolutionary Will there was demand for wintry campaign until Washington lost his equilibrium fwd wrote emphatically I assure those gentlemen it is easy enough seated by good liresidesand in comfortable homes to draw out campaigns for the American army but I tell theta it is not so easy to lie on a bleak hillside without blankets and without shoes Oh the frigid horrors that gathered around the American army in the winter of 1777 Valley Forge was one of the tragedies of the century Benumbed senseless dead Who can stand before His cold Sot we say the frozen lips of Sir loh Franklin and his men dying in Arctic exploration Sot we answer Schwuthu and his crew falling back from the fortresses of ice which they had tried in vain to capture Sot we say the aban dOlled and crushed decks of the In trepid the Resistance and the lean note Sot we say the procession of American martyrs returned home for American sepulture DC Long and his men TInS highest pillars of the earth are pillars of ice Mount IHnnc Jung frau the Matterhorn The largest galleries of the world are galleries of ice Some of the mighty rivers much of the year are in captivity of ice Tine great est sculptors of the ages are the gla ciers with arm and hand and chisel and hummer of ice The cold is imperial and has a crown of glitter ing crystal and is seated on a thrcno of ice with footstool of ice and scepter of ice Who can tell the sufferings of the winter of 1411 when all the birds of Germany perished or the winter of 10S8 in England when time stages rolled on the Thames and temporary houses of mer chandise were built on the ice or the winter of 1S21 in America when New York harbor was frozen over and the heaviest teams crossed on the ice to Staten Island Then come down to our own winters when there have been so many wrapping themselves in furs or thrashing their arms about them to re vivo circulation the millions of tine Temperate and the Arctic zones who are compelled to confess None of us t can stand before this cold One half of tho industries of our day are employed in battling inclemency of the weather The furs of the north the cotton of the south the ilex of our own fields the wool of our own flocks the coal from our own mines the wood from our forests all employed in battling these inclcme vies and still every winter with blue lips and chattering teeth answers None of us can stand before this cold Now this being such a cold world God sends out influences to warm it 1 am glad that tho God of the frost is tine God of the heat that the God of the snow is the God of the white blossoms that the God of Janu ary is the God of June The question upiscompassing practicality In this zone J Y ilrelemhearthsi so many defective roofs that sift the snow Coal and wood and flannels andl thick coats are better for warming up sucha place than tracts and Bibles andl innys gone Wrap something aroundl those shivering limbs Shoo those bare feet lInt that bare head Coat that bare back Sleeve that bare arm Nearly all tho pictures of Mar tins Washington represent her inl byforeignland in uIIarUULIWashington She comes forth froml lneampmenttheshe comes forth from that hut to nurseI garnnentstoThat is a better picture of Martini brnrmentshundreds f hued urn necessary to warm the wintry weather What are to allevi fortunIntethere are hundreds of thousands of thisUi cold It is useless to preach to hare feet anti to empty stomachs and to gaunt visages Christ gave the world a lesson in common sense when before preaching the Gospel to the mul titude in the wilderness He gave them a good dinner When I was a lad I remember seeing two rough wood outs but they trade more impression upon me than any pictures I have ever seen They were on opposite pages The ono wood cut represented the coming of the snow in winter and a lad looking out at the door of a great mansion Lund he was all wrapped in furs and his cheeks were ruddy anti with glowing countenance he shouted It snows It snows On the next page there was a miserable tenement and the door was open and a child wan mend sick 1rand ragged tend wretched was lookingout timid he said Oh my God it snows The win ter of gladness or of grief according to our circumstances Hut my friends there is more than one way of warming up this cold world for it is a cold world in more respects than one and I am here to consult with you as to the host way of warning up this cold world I want to have a great heater introduced into all of your churches and all your arheater of divine patent It has many pipes with which to conduct heat and theafuel Once get this heater introduced and it will turn the arctic zone into the temperate and the temperate into the tropics It is the powerful heater it is the glorious furnace of Christian sympathy The question ought to be instead of how much heat can we absorb how much heat can we throw out There are men who goII through the world like floating Icebergs They freeze everything with their forbidding look lime hand with which they shake yours is as cold as the paw of a polar bear If they float into a religious meeting the temperature drops from SO above to ton degrees be low zero There are icicles hanging from their eyebrows They float into a religious meeting and theychill everything with their jeremaids Cold prayers cold songs cold greetings cold sermons Christianity on ice The church a great refrigerator Christians gone into winter quarters Hiberna tion On time other hand there are people who go through the world like the breath of a spring morning Warm greetings warm prayers warm smiles warm Christian influence There are such persons We bless God for them We rejoice in their companionship A general in the English array the army having halted for tho night hav- Ing lost his baggage lay down tired and sick without any blanket An otllcer came up and said Why you have no blanket Ill go and get you a blanket He departed for a few mo ments and then came back and covered the general up with a very warm blan Iket The general said Whose blan ket is this The oillecr repliltIH I got that from a private soldier in tine Scotch regiment Ralph McDonald Sow said tine general you tube this blanket right back to that soldier He can no more do without it than I can do without it Sever bring to mo the blanket of a private soldier How many men like that general would tithe it to warm tine world up Tine vast majority of us arc anxious to get more blankets whether anybody else is blanketed or not Look at the fellow feeling dis played in the rocky befilo between Jerusalem and Jericho in Scripture times Here is a man who has been set upon by bandits and in the struggle to keep his property ho got wounded anti mauled and stabbed and ho lies there half dead A priest rides along Ho sees him and says Why whats the matter with that man Why ho must be hurt lying on the flat of his back Isnt it strange that he should lie there Hut I cant stop I am on my way to temple services Go along you beast Carry me up to my temple duties After awhile a Levite came up He looks over and says Why that man must be very much hurt Gashed on time forehead What a pityl stabbed under the arm What a pity Tut tut What a pity Why they have taken his clothes nearly all away from him lint I havent time to stop I lend the choir up in the temple service Go along you besot Carry mo up to my tempts duties After awhile a Sa maritan comes along one whom you might suppose through a national grudgetulght have rejected this poor wounded Israelite but he is a man and he is a brother Whoa says tho Samar- itanjI mini he gets down off the beast and comes up to the wounded tuna gets I down on one knee listens to see whether tins heart of the unfortunate man is still beating makes up his mind there ill n chance for resuscitation goes to work at him tapes out of his stark u bottle of oil anti a bottle of wino cleanses the wound with some wine then pours some of the restorative into the wound ed mans lips then tastes some oil and with it soothes the wound After awhile he takes off a part of his gar meats for a bandage Now tho side and wounded man sits up Palo and ex hausted but very thankfully Now tint good Samaritan says You must got on my saddle nod 1 will walk The Samaritan helps fwd tenderly steadies this wounded non until he gets him on toward the tavern the wound ed man holding on with till lit till strength he has left ever nod anon looking down at the good Samaritan unit saying You are very Kind 11md no right to expect this thing of u Samaritan when II am an Israelite You 1110 very kind to walk and let me ride Now they have come up to the tav cnn The Samaritan with the help of the landlord assists till sick and wounded Ulan to dismount and puts him to bed The Bible says the Samar itan stayed nil night In tine morning I suppose the Samaritan went in to look how his patient was and rile him how he passeil the night Then he comes outtlw Samaritan Domes out anti says to the landlord Here is money to pay that maxis board and if his con valescence is not as rapid as I hope for charge the whole thing to me Good morning all He gets on the beast and says Go long you beast but go slowly for those bandits sweeping through the land may have left some bodyelse wounded and half dead Sympathy How ninny such men as that would it take to wunn the cold world up Fam ine in Zarcnohuth Everything dried up There is a widow with a son and no food except a handful of meal Sine is gathering sticks to kindle a tire to cook the handful of meal Then she is going to wrap her arms around her boy tad die Here tenses Elijah Ills two black servants tint ravens have got tired waiting on him He asks that woman for food Now that handful of meal is to be divided into three parts Before it was to be divided in two parts Sow she says to IElijah Come in and sit down at this solemn table and tithe n third of the lust morsel How many women like that would it take to warm tine cold worhlul- Hlccntlyan engineer in till south comlingIto resolved to stand at his post and slow up the train until the last minute for there were passengers behind The engineer said to the fireman Jump One is enough on this engine Jump The fireman jumped and was saved The crash came The engineer died at his post How many morn like that engineer would it take to warm this cold world up A vessel struck on a rotary island The passengers and time crew were without food and a sailor hud a shellfish under his coat Ho was wiv ing it for his last morsel Ilit heard a little child cry to her mother 011I mother 1 am so hungry give me sumac thing to latII am so hungry Tine sailor took the shellfish from under his coat and said hero take that IHow many men like that sailor would it take to worm this coM world up Xer xes fleeing from his enemy got on board a boat A great many Persians leaped into the wane boat and the boat was sinking Some one wild Are you not willing to make a sacrifice for your king and the majority of those who were in the bout leaped overboard anti drowned to save their king How many men like that would it take to warm up this cold world Elizabeth Fry went into the horrors of Newgate prison and she turned the imprecation and the obscenity anti the filth into prayer annul repentance and a reformed life Tin Sisters of Charity in 16O8 on northern and southern battle fields came to boys in blue mod grimy while they were bleeding to death The black bonnet with tine stoles pinned back and the white bandage on the brow may not have answered all the demands of elegant taste but you could not persuade that soldier dying a thou sand miles from home that it was anything but an angel that looked him in tho face Oh with cheery look with helpful word with kind action try to make the world warm Count that day lot whoso low descending sun Views from thy hand no generous action done It was his strong sympathy that brought Christ from a warm Heaven to a cold world The land where ho dwelt had a serene sky balsamic atmosphere tropical luxuriance No stormblasts in Heaven No chill fountains On a cold December night Christ stepped outof a warm Heaven into tine worlds frigidity The thermometer in Pales tine never drops below zero but De cember is a cheerless month and too pasturage is very poor on tho hilltops Christ stepped out of a warm Heaven into tho cold world thatcold December night The worlds reception was cord The surf of bcstormed Gallilce waa cold Josephs sepulchre vq eol4d i 1III Christ came the great warmer tours a- the earth and all Christendom feels the glow lie will keep on warming the earth until the tropic will drive away tho Arctic and the Antarctic Ho gave in intimation of what He was going to do when He broke up tine funeral at th I gate of Vain and turned it into u roan ion festival and when with His warm lips He molted the Gallllcnn hurricane and stood on tine deck and stamped 1 1 LiI foot crying Silence and tho wavesI crouched and tho tempests folded their wingsOh it was this Christ who warmed tho chilled disciples when they had no foodI hy giving them plenty to eat and who in the tomb of Lazarus shattered thoI shackles until tho broken links of thoI chain of dentin rattled into the durlec- scrpt of the mausoleum In his presence the girl who had fallen intoI the fire and tho water ia healed of thoI catalepsy cacti tho withered urns taken muscular healthy action and the ear that could not incur an avalancheI catches n leafs rustle and the tongue that could not articulate trills n quit train and the blind eye was relumed and Christ instead of staying three days rind three nights in the sepulchre as was supposed as soon US the worldly curtain of observation was dropped be gain the exploration of all the un derground passages of earth and sea wherever u Christians grave may after awhile he toad started a light of Chris than hope resurrection hope which shall not go out until tho last cerement is taken oil and time last mausoleum breaks open Ah I am so glad that the Son of Righteousness dawned on time pole night of the nations And if Christ iia the great warmer thou the church is the great hothouse with its plants annul trees and fruits of righteousness Do you know my friends that the church is the institution that proposes warmth I hun been for 27 years studying how to make tho church warmer Warmer architecture warmer hymnology warmer Christian salutation All out stile Siberian winter wo must have it n princes hothouse The only institu tion on earth today that proposes to make time world warmer Universities nUll observatories they all have their work They propose to make tint world light but they do not propose to milIeu the world warm Geology informs us but it is as cold as time rock it hummers The telescope shows where time other worlds mire hut un astronomer is chilled while looking through it Cmcmimistr tells us of stranger combinations mind how inferior uilinlty ninny be overcome by superior ufllnity but it can not tell how all things worst together for good Worldly philosophy has a great splen dor but it is the splendor of moonlight on an iceberg The Church of thou proposes warmth told hope warmth for the expectations warmth for the sym pathies Oh I am so glad that these great altar fires have boon kindled Como in out of time cold Conic in and have your wounds salved Come in and have you sins pardonedl Connie in by the great Gospel fireplace- INTERESTING ITEMS MOSAIC gold is a combination of copper and zinc IN Chicago advertisements are to 10 frescoed on tint cuttings of butcher shops TUB literature of Abyssinia amount to little What thieve Is deals with religious matters AHVSSINIV is a very mountainous country Many of the peaks are III ways covered with snow A XKW cavalry company is to be added to time Alabama state guard It will be organized in ISirmingham TUB mikado can truce back to 000 15 C The founder of his line was contem porary with NebuchadnezzarA- DOWA where tine Italians met defeat is the second city in Abyssinia having about seven thousand inhabitants PKNOIIHCOT Me is the new womans paradise There are three post ofllces in the town and every postmaster is a postmistress TUB Turkish sultan keeps 2000 horses in his private stables but he rarely rides lie is said to be in constant four of assassination Flan buy of Fumly hits tho highest tide in the world It rises n foot every live minutes and sometimes attains a height of 70 feet Loni SIIOITO DoLmAHH rind an artist are about to make a trip through Cull fornia Arizona and Mexico to get ma terials for a series of syndicate letters Cor Jonv S CUNNINGHAM of North Carolina is said to ho the owner of the largest tobacco farm in the United States Ho hind nearly 1000000 hills to cultivator and harvest lust your Tin astrologers who confidently pre dicted that Queen Victoria would die in December last now claim that an out burst of intercessory prayer was In strumental in altering the course of into CHAIILKH FLINT of Brooklyn huts tho lastcst scheme of rapid transit He has designed a bicycle boat operated by foot power in which ho expects to cross the Atlantic from Sandy Hook to tho Lizard in 70 hours MIL AUSTIN nn assistant librarian in tho Cornell library while cataloguing the fine Dante collection presented to ho university by Prof Willard Fisko uas found some live bookworms in an edition of tine Divine Comedy bearing tho date of 130 This is tho thirds time only that these insects have been found jx rUGAmerin library t II OF GENERAL INTEREST The Iris of tins eye is artily of oM rotor but commonly mottled with black blue orange yellow gray or aU combined Minnesota and South Dakota ore thatehave half of their population made up 01 foreignborn residents Memphis new water works tower will be 144 feet high and will afford a pressure milUcicnt to throw a stream nets the highest building in time city The mammoth steamship on the tocks in Harland Wolffs yard at Del- fast Is to be called the Pennsylvania In point of size it will eclipse anything now afloat A Polish woman 104 years old who artiCyltreat of tho survivors is living at Sha mokln Po She is very feeble and came near being burned to death last week when her house caught fire Very henry snowstorms occurred In the Cascade mountains through Washington and Oregon luring tho last week of December Miners reported front ten to twelve feet of snow on tho higher levels and the railroad tracks wotfS coveted by three feet of snow It is proposed to build an iron CcJ- oer and around the monument il Dan let Boone and hla wife ncarCurrolltou Ky in order to preserve what is left of tho monument from tho ravages of too relic hunters The legislature is jo be asked to appropriate 200 TO build Jho iron cngo- 1o1mlar Science says that in an old homestead in central New York there is n fancily of cats which have ben during 40 years or more bred with care to perpetuate a peculiarity Many of them have hind six toes on each foot nearly all have had six toes on each lore foot Experiments made with carrier plgtoiiB in connection with various uroi can armies show that the speed of tine carrier in calm weather iml for a short distance Is about 1210 yards u minute With n very among wind in the direction of the flight n bird has reached 1050 yards a minute ENGLAND AND SPAIN The Urn Doge Kept line Feeling of Ilntfod Lively for Yearn DcTotion to thu queens majesty was the picturesque form of nn intense centuryventered e crone dimply hatred of Spain StrangQ dogs which have never seen one ulother before snarl when they meet they scent antipathies Two mcn will feel an Instinctive mutual dislike even when the course of business make formal politeness necessary So it was with fume Englishman and Spaniard Time necessities of politics kept tine tWQ courts for long yours on terms of holt low politeness It was strained again and again to breaking point but neither side could afford to break it If Philip were to declare war France might re member old scores still unsatisfied and the persecuted Netherlands would riso for revenge If Elizabeth yielded hasti ly to the pressure of her ministers or her people or her foreign allies she might find tho French listless tho Dutch powerless and herself pitted alone against tho worldwide power and enormous wealth of Spain and then her disa fleeted subjects would rice and rally round her rival Mary of Scot landEach was obliged to play a waiting gumcllying complimenting protest ing with war at the heart anti peace on tine lips It was a gamine which though congenial to time peculiar temperament of Elizabeth wore out her ministers arid made Philip a gloom monomaniac sloth sides were heartily sick of it yet neither dared throw up the cards nut while time courts went through tho weary farce the peoples knew that they were enemies There was n sphere far removed from the control of cabinets the sea and for years while London and Seville were nt peace on tho high seas there was war The sea dogs not only snarled but snapped This was their importance in English history At their own risk but with tine full con nivance of tho queen they took tho Spanish mutter into their own hands and dealt with it in their own down right way Tho tales of their deeds kept the na tion from growing dull and tired of the wearisome policy of the government and so forgetful of the great work which God hull given it to do And when tine tune crone for the wornoat masks to be thrown inside mid Spain and England looked at one another with tine frank warllght in their eyes tho sea dogs were straightway at tho queens service with captains crew and ships not only ready but trained for the great struggle Good Words Definition of College horsing Many college men will be interested In knowing just what the practice of horning professors in there having been several references in the newspa pers lately to trouble at Dartmouth over this custom President Tucker of L Dartmouth gives what way be con ikl crcd an ofllclal definition of this form of disorder It Is an expansion of dint satisfaction among the students with a professor and consists of A noisy HB insulting demonstration againstI the instructor at his office er at hireal deuce Sometimes Ithii ittewlW vritti 1 damage to property butt wlff1 tI I ogee toirso KyTrl Iti tv= 4ir J jLk rJI ilA ff I tr = = n ii I r v rrIc77r7 iw otLAW STATE NEWS t Bjlill county will vote on local option on May 21- 1Aigusta has voted n bond IBSUO of 410000 for public schools Scott Wheeler was caught in the not of counterfeiting coin nt Louisville A revival at Morehead bas resulted iin 88 additions to tho Chrhujnn church A Madiaon county fnrmor line void his crop of growing wheat at GO cents a fcuuhel Ten carloads of walnut logs wore shipped last week from Maysvlllt to EuropeTwo houses were burned by whitecap is in Washington county The oecupnn- were fI Miss disreputabloH Hoda Henry of near Plum Lick Montgomery county roll from her hor and broke liar nock A number of horses linvo died within tholnstrnllnth in JOSBUII ino count trust actual starvation James bugles tho Mayor of W MI Smiley has Bern indicted tit Dtxon nu his case set for tho 20th While going hone from Carlisle th othct nijht Cliarles Hontotter run into it I buggy roil killed tho h11tee ho wen riding Jack Waters dlNtinguUhcd for having whippedl twenty seven wildcats single handed in cue fight in 1870 is dead at iSicholasvUle y The Republicans of JFloyd county invention iiitttruuUHl their nine dtli iMUi + to the ktutc convention U vote fur MI1 IKinl y o uiiwt Bradley The Ait Sterling Journal nys th turn young risen ere going to the et I by till drink ruuto ihnn in auv other town of iu Me in Kentucky Charley Puts the nejtn charged wl i the imirdir of Hddlrr Doherty her ben held without hail at Ilrowiwlllt and threats wf lynching ere freely tnado r W burden was declared to ho of Miikuuml mind and teut to the aeylu Tuesday Tula in the fourth unfortuI note rent from this county in two week Gnrli tlc Mercury In the circuit court at Liwroneeburg the Utlllrn railway will be defendant in four suits threo of them brought for i injuries in accidents and one for failtt to block switch frog Kentucky hasii09 pontolHcei of thi I number J arC first clnoIll tiecoiid class j H third clMft 67 presidential olHcw nnd 251 fourth clues office There at- t al intuit order office in the state Wood Dltnh pin M speech at Fs ImouthI iiieiiily declaredI that no man couldI over know what n hell he had lived iin fir tho past thirty dnyr They mustI liuvi beet making it warm for Wood A Hcnmtion was sprung in tho Camp bell county fwcal court lust week l he Judge N L Bannitt ordered that his salary bo cut from 1700 to flIOO Ho says the county can not allbrd to payI ti much w S Edo Ilyar colored was gircni a li- II enlenco in Jto penitentiary nt his trialI I r in tho circuit court at Frankfort for stealing ah overcoat This being his third turm in tho penitentiary ho goo+ i up for life A Bullltt county negro hung hilll because a merchant dunned him for a bill This is probably the first instance on record of a negro being troubled oven in thin slightest degree on account of l debt hanging over him r The people in the lliar Wallow neigh borhood in Anderson county aro excited over tho discovery jut outdo in the hol low of n largo oak tree of a great many boncf three of which are pronounced by l experts to bo those of a childs arm Au 8 year old colored boy was bitten by a dog at Boattyvllo several months ago and tho wound wits treated by a physician and was healed nicely A few weeks since tho boy showed signs ofr hydrophobia and Inst week died in ter rible convulsions Tho city council of Richmond at it I last mooting directed tho city treasurer to honor no voucher issued prior to Dc comber 1 when tho present board qunllI fled This U similar to tho action of I Auditor Stone and tho Republican ad ministration at Frankfort During the absence of a few days visit to Seymour Ind tho house of George Hoopsngartnerat Louisville was entered and every articlo in tho house removed Tracks showed where three wagons hind Ikea bucked up to tho house but no itclews to the burglars have been foundI Commonwealths Attorney Smith of the Bourbon circuit court says the pro f vjkUrte + i of crime in his district which Iss cennottd of the couHtiea of Bourbon- 1iiKjdtor Scott and Franlinia simply Y a appalling Ho says he lias prosecutedI and sent to the penitentiary seventyfive persons since last November Rev S S Deering of Nicholnsville celebrated his eighty first birthday Wed nesdny of lust week Rev Deering iis tho oldest pioneer Methodist preacher i the state He iis still little and hearty and while he has no regular pnstornt- he prouehon interesting sirmons when called upon Ho is tho father of Rev lien Deerinjj n well known minister of St Louis News iinpgalsL There aro now 3000000 worth of one cent pirccs in circulation tsOhio will veto on having a constitu tional convention nt tho election Hex toll iCfhe strata of Ohio on and after July 1 will inflict capitol punishment by electricity vA bill passed by the Ohio legislature diafranchi es all persons who arc unable to rend anti write- tl The trial of Scott Jackson for the murder of Pearl Bryan has been contin ieurd until Aprill 5211 J C Yotxor who was convicted of fraudulent hanking in Cuss county Iowa will go to prison for live years Chief Justice Snodjrrass 1IIf Tcnnti c linn betti surd for 50000 damages by f- It Hrnsliy whom ht lint sortie ii inc ago nullIl girl in Ohio hay lIUII finer furwbhiHorini in church A hint to till J wire Is snfjlcitiit AtTho flections in Ohio hut Wfik were itorrrJ nputtrU Came nf tho tuwns ver j utMlght lDrmocrniii sumo KepiiblicunIii and others mixpd 11sA Boston tHKr 111i tlicrw is man feel1 usc11 in tilt in mif oUiro of JKIISi iII I urcllfMtHorilst Tho niHrrhiu or oxPresident llarticn nutel MrsI Dimmirk Ml 580 ricluck M1 I n day aftcriKnni April 7 in 8t 1IIOUIICI church New Turk vs n very ijuiit nl fair A liinuraudis jury lately Mwardcd aI wifi I15OIHJ nxainil her parent inlaw fur their alienatimi of her htsba11d- to affection ISfiinitttfiiK tow in family lawaniu A Toxni father prevented an Slope meat by killing his daughter ind fatally wounding her sweetheart Then he IIltt hlowneto piece hive Cuban prisoners were parroted a Havana hint week Thji extiiuion was conductid in such a butiglcMimo and barbarous mnttnur that spectators lick ened at tile hijjiit A preathor in North ISeud Neb said Toiunto hnvo liii pay if he took the shingles oil the roof anti thu luiards oil the flue r ItoUnder the provisionsI of the new con urnfc1 tional quality for voting registration books were opened nut week throughout South Carolina Every voter is requiresi 1I to rend n section of tho constitution Dr W Hoyd who e+ cs+ pod from surreufdoted at Kansas CityrayingI ho WitS cited of dodging oflicers soul desired to go Unekand Seas Ills sentence that lie might afterward look an honest turn in IItho fact An Indiana man has made application for Isis ninth divorce and ho did not be gin his matrimonial career until ho was fifty five years old This shows what a mat den accomplish in any one direction by giving his whole attention to the matter I At Cireensburg Ind Mrs ilrynnt Bet son met n most peculiar death She was spurred in the thumb by a young rooster anti was taken suddenly ill Her arm swelled and tho trouble developed int i bone rheumatism resulting in blood I dayssI after An Augusta pre court spent two days during a recent week over a civil case in which the quarrel was over one dollar in the price paid for putting in n cellar Unnd a question ns to whether the wall was 421 or 12J tact long That is where tho mulls of justice grind ex ceedingly fine II II Holmes the monster of theI century who is to ho hanged nt Phila dolphin on tiny 7 has written n confes I of his many crimes in which ho ad I mils to having killed twenty men women i and children and gives an account ofIix murders which ho had planned but I was prevented from carrying out A young man residing in A Boston I suburb was in the habit of sending his tare on tho railroad Being observed by a Scoter Salvation Army convert ouo morning tho Salvationist passed the con ducats two tickets and upon inquiry by tho conductor1 said in n tono of voice tothear Ono is for this young man ho ticketrOhio now lens an nntilynching law It provides lint stay person injured by mob violence directed against him shall recover from the county in which juch anion takes place the sum of V 0 i ti victim of nn unsuccessful attempt Ilynching shall recover 1000 anti the legal representatives or heirs of any per son lynched or suHering death from the fromttho county in which it occurs The New York Herald commending Mr Carlisles letter la I4IILet us know where tho parties stood soul what their platform lire The candidates must stand on thu platforms and such issues as the tnrifl finance taxation fiscal policy lire nut to bo juuglcd with by party managers who have to appeal in the lust resort tout intelligent pea pie Mr Carlisle deserves credit for see Jug this noel for awertiiiL it plaint Many who are ulnndy using tlio lofts mule by ttin Hnzllflw11 Milll pronounce it firstc- harsConstpaflon I Biliousness I Cause Side headache Pairs Jn the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion There is only one cure which is I Jt1jp eirOIiIC PELLETS 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