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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 I T18 r 1 TtRE HAZL GREEF HERAbD SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor e or n JfoUjr World With Now From All Nation Xumbrlng nt Ills Uncle SIOO A YEAR Always In Advan TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 20 1890 NUMBER 4 I GreatSale Curesproved proved by tlio statements of lead ing druggists everywhere that tlio people have an abiding confidence II In Hoods Sarsaparllla llreatI II II show by tho voluntary state I RluIPowerover l y nod tho lJblood upon which not only health but II toI I itself depends Tho great II Success Pills disease purifying of Hoods Sarsaparllla InI curing others warrants you In believing that a faithful uso of Hoo d Sarsaparllla will euro you It you suffer from any trouble caused by Impure b- loodHoodsy Sarsaparilla Ts the One Tmolllood Purifier All druggists Prepared only by C L Hood Co Lowell Muss 1 Hoods arc easy to take ea to operate IB cents WiQcnester Bank WINCHESTER KY N IL WITHERSFOON President- It n HUNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most lihernl terms within the lfin ts ofl legitimate honking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 5 IT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 c J M niGSTAFF President G L KIRKPATRICK Vice Presider- 1V W THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants tanners traders anti business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking lbusiness done live us a chance to send you u bank bunk pay your checks and loot you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cnshser Ij livlcoratlnc HOUSE CAMPION J U IIOLLON PROPRIKTOR The patronage of the traveling public respectfully solicited Table the hest and every attention to the comfort of Guests CLARENDON HOTEL Cnr Short and Jlimxtono Streets IKXINOTOX KV ProprietorI Lex ngton and Eastern IK U depot firstl lass and rates reasonable The 1paUonaic ifI the mountain people is solicited and the test treatment assured IeDU BEN CO c KY Sole agency for South Bend Plows 1 IA BYRD r 1 l Sterling Ky In civil practice I I IA bOMBS KYII is MOORE IWITHI WILLIAMSON ardware Cutlery CATLETTSBURO Campton KyII ATT011XEYATLAW toileionsDayIHOWARD STAMPER ATTOIIXKYATLAW I CAMPION KY tlldjoiningJ 4I 01 care will receive prompt attention j 00Catnptou1 JOHNSON tC SWANGO It A1TORNEYSA1LA V j cirItpromptly e shortt t J AIJIAl1LBEE M J Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KYtt 1v FLOYD Surgery and obstetrics a specialty I J SEITZ wrrWM 00sJOBBERS IN tiwsrs Agricultural lis lirints IROOTON O T RISING KENTUCKIAN Henry L Oodsoy Making Many Friends- In Washington Henry L Godsey of that famous and b2iuitiful little mountain town of Ilan Green Wolfe county Ky is now filling l one of the good positions of the treasury I superintendent of internal raven stamp vaults Mr Godsey though a very young man being now only1 twenty n8ecu I years ot age has been much itu ua aced for one of his years hoeingI heldI many positions of trust and in instance won for himself additional rcc ognition of his ability and true merits Ho was educated at Centro Collegeu l Danville Ky that famous old Institution so noted for its distinguished men receiving many honors during his colI legiato course from faculty and student He was the winner of every local orator teal contest which Centre college itself gives and represented the college in the intcrcollcgiatcoraturical contest in which1 1wero represented tho lending colleges of Kentucky and was awarded first honor syHe was also the representative of Centre college in the intercollegiate oratorical contest given by the Chautauqua assem lily at Lexington Ky in July 1802 the colleges of Kentucky In this 1 hoi also received first honor His many trio umphs in this line gave him the prestige of having won more contests without losing than tiny college boy in the state or perhaps in any state While Mr Godsey is being talked about as a candidate for congress from his district he says he has not yet de tided to run Washington Corresponj dente Louisville Times A PAIR QF GIANT HIPPOPOTAMUSES The Only Ones on Exhibition anti Wor a Fortune One of the rare and exclusive features to be seen in the united menageries circuses and hippodromes of the consolida Itted great Adam Forcpaugh and Sells Brothers shows at Mt Sterling on Thurs day 1 April SO is the only pair of full1 grown male and female hippopota muses ever exhibited1 in troy traveling collection nod moreover by long odds tho hughest and finest specimens of their remarkable amphibious species ever iin captivity Purchased by Messrs Sells seventeen years ago when but babies under intelligent and assiduous care they have thriven amazingly mud grown to bo- Is veritable monsters each of whom is na heavy as an ordinary adult elephant It is also a fact of great interest and stir prise to naturalists that these most sensitive tropical creatures have been grad1 ually acclimated to live with the live liest enjoyment in water at the freezing temperature a circumstance as extraor dinary as it would be to linda polo r boar at home in tile equatorial ponds of Darkest Africa Last summer the fe mole gave birth to a baby weighing one Kindred and fifty pounds nod a similar event is anticipated in the near future Unfortunately the parent hippopotamus did not tako kindly to his first born andl fatally crushed it in his ponderous jaws These fearfully and wonderfully mado amphibious blood sweating African behemoths command and deserve universalI inspection They are exhibited both in u monster tank and louse upon the grand hippodrome course Kentucky Fairs Sharpsburg week beginning July 20 Winchester week beginning July 27 Danville week beginning August 81 Campbellsville week beginning August 10 Springfield week beginning August 17 Lebanon week beginning August J4- Bardstown week beginning August 31 Bowling Green week beginning Sop tembcr7 Franklin week beginning September 14 I Paducah week beginning September 21 Open date probably Henderson Sep tember 28- Owensboro week beginning October C I havo arranged to keop ns much of the traveling public as desire to with mo Sam pia rooms for commercial men One door west of postoflice Respectfully MRS ELLEN KASH Yl of Bad RoadsI ICost statistics collected by i the office of road inquiry of the departl nasal of agriculture the amount of loss llench year by bud roads of the country iis I almost beyond belief Some 10000 let I ters of inquiry were sent to intelligent lbu1o I country and returns were obtained trnr about 1200 counties giving tho average length in miles from farms to markets and shipping points the overage weight of load hauled cold tho average cost per ton for file whole length of haul Summarized it appears that the general1 average length of haul is twelve mils the weight of load for two horses 2002 pounds laid the avernge cost per t n pc- I mile 25 cents or 1l for the entire load Allowing conservative estimates for tonnage of all kinds carried over public roods tho aggregate expense of this transportation is figured at 946414600 per annum Those in n position to judge calculate that twothirds of this or near Ily 631000000 could be saved if the mads were in reasonably good condition At 1000 per mile a very good road cnn bo constructed and if an amount equal tom the savings of one year were appliedI to improving highways 157000 miles in this country could be put in condi tion The effect of this would be a per mancnt improvement IIHInnt only would the fernier be astonished in the sudden reduction of his road tax but he would also wonder at tho remarkable falling oil in the cost of transportation He would also find that ho requiredI fewer horses and less feed for thum ll could mnko two trips to market a day insteadof one when ability to get his goods there at a time when high ceaset quence Farmers are beginning to apply a little simple arithmetic to some of those1 matters and1 it is not too muchI tto expect that in tho near future we shall see a decided revolution in the condition of our rural highways N Y Recorder Eytry opportunity wo omit some pleasure wo might have known A woman who iis troubled with nervous headaches and omits to try to cure them by Kamons Tonic Liver Pills obscures all the pleasure of perfect health This famous remedy is the greatest specific ever known for the cure of biliousness sour stomach and all forms of disordered liver It works gntlct efficiently Give it ono trial It costs but 25 colts and your druggist keeps it Sample dose free How To Got Rich 1Col W W Bruce who says he Iis the wealthiest mnn in Lexington gives these points of advice to those who want to get rich Dont have a partner in any business if you Gnu avoid it Dont employ any clerk who drinks to excess or gambles He is certain to rob you Dont indorse for any one unless you have a mutual indorscr and bo certain his habits are good nod that ho is re spectable Buy when you can buy cheapest and soil when you can sell dearest Have no friends in business who wish to borrow trod never pay back In laying in stock buy when articles nre low and no ono will buy andkohl when no ono will sell When articles lire low no one will l buy and when they are high no ono will t sell TlilH iis your chance I Do Not Do ThlarI t Do not bo induced to buy may otherlj if you have rondo up your mind to take Hoods iSarsnparilla Ilomeinber that IHoods Snrsaparilla cures when all others full Do not give up in despair because other medicines have failed to help you II Tako Hoods Sarsaparilla faithfully and you may reasonably expect to bo cured Hoods Pills are purely vegetable carefully prepared from tho best ingres dienta 25 cents- BALLARD Mo April 14 189 EDITOR HERALD Hazel Green Ky- DearSirEnclosed find 1 for which please send THE HEBALD for one year to the address below Very truly 11IbsFLOYDBilliard ilo l a Tile Brood Mare and Colt Never select n nirire for breeding pu poses unless she in n good individual not one with bony enlargements or defective hocks writes John Fladt in National Stockman and Farmer Select one with a well shaped head and intelligent eye Breed her to a stallion of good indvid- n ality and from a family that reproduces its good qualities Give her the usual work or exercise she has been accustomed to up to a reasonable time before foaling Tho mare at time of foaling should be in a commodious box stall or better in a paddock or field if tho weather is favor able liter foaling give tho mare pierI ty of nutritious food bran or crusbe- r outs etc stimulating her nourishment for her fuel Teach limo colt to cut with the maro as soon as ponsible Fence off a small place for him to turn in and out of so the maro can out get his feed It is a good plan to give tho foal an injec thin of sung and water shortly after birth as this will open up his bowelsI Many colts are lost by allowing them to become costive or bound up Halter break the cult when a few weeks old and1 break him early to harness as he is easier handled while young The better care and feed he gets fife first two years cs pecially the list tho belter animal you will make of him Feed and coca iis everything III developing n colt Execs sivo drinking of water causes many i mare to slip her foal To tho Farmers and Public Generally Tho amount of tho grinding onor days and for tho present wo will grind throe days each week Tues talcs1 respectfully solicit the patronage of tho public generally Wo are making n good grim of lour tut I propose to grind your wheat for oneeighth toll weighed llospectfully JAMKS lIt SWANOO Receiver EarthgIt is as mean n thing as Wren are eve r guilty of to abandon the society of their wives nod babies for that of boon coot plotters amid tho course environment of a barroom Say nothing about the money squandered that ought to bo spent to feed clothe and educate tho family tho practice of barroom loafing is a low and degrading habit that roo spcctablu uncut whether they drink much or little should nut acquire It Ii ridlc ulous to talk about a poor man hnvin no pluco to go lIe can take his wif for a call on a congenial neighbor She unity puny have such neighbors call on- thor and tho two families unity play games discuss what they here rend in the newspapers andso on all to their imprOlUlOlltChnttonooglllime3 100 Reward J100 The renders of this paper will he pleased to learn that there is at least one dreadedI disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive euro now known to tho medical frater ft lty Catarrh being a constitutional din Inc requires a constitutional treatment hills Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood timid mucous surfaces of trio system thereby destroying tho foundation of time disease and giving the patient strength by build ing up the constitution and 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In armor His pitchfork glittered In the day And toll and earnest purpose lent- S worth denied tho tournament When enrly stars at twilight twinkled Along tho road and through the lane The cows returning homeward tinkled Their brawn bells In glad refrain And horses at the teamsters calls With friendly eyes looked from the stallsI Within tho loft In lormy weather When winds werq clutching at the pant A group of children plnyrd together Defiant of the falling rain Vhnt egnnl refuge havo they found Winre Uin uretlt storms tint hard the ground Here when the husking bee was ended And maids and red ears blushed no more The twirling tiddle notes were Mendtd With foot fullu on the cleanswept loo And gnyly through the purple dusk tang out tho tuno of motley musk FUJI bygone loll and love and laughter And memories times eternal guests Shall cling to every blackened rafter And In their ruins build their nests And life though speeding tar and fast Shan turn to bless the kindly past Curtis May In Good Housekeeping S FOR EItICS SAKE It was nearly threo oclock in the morning when Xornhs carriage drove up to tlie dour of the house in South Audley street The footman rang the bell anti alighting she entered the Lull running quickly upstairs to tho drawingroom Her tall figure was still slight and girlish her blue eyes wore a look of elution for her beauty had never t aroused greater admiration her success I had never been more triumphant that that evening Iris baby been all right1 she iwked her 1001d1I0h and can you tell me 1 1whetherMr Fordyce leis come home Mr Fordyce came home at ten was the answer He has been In the uidy Not waiting for the end of the sen tence Norah went downstairs again Too bud Uigby Shabby not to rturnairC She hUll begun to speak as she openedI the door but ns soon as she saw hi face stopped abruptly The room was cloudy with tobacco awoke Though the June evening was hot tho lire had been lighted nail the grate was full of papers horned to chi tiers but what astonished her the most was JMgbys own appearance As he Blood upright their eyes tact for a mo ment then Ills were CURt down shame facedly llo had shaved oil his heavy black mustache transforming his liwarthy handsome free he wore r lihootlng suit instead of Ids evening clot lies What IIs the matter Digby 1 shied lunllclllllC you really urn yours- elf1th huncn I cant tell you Sornh Drawing nearer she rusted her tautI caressinglyI on his shoulder Anything serious darling Ive got to make a bunt of it There I lot a minute to lose Tomorrow willI I be too lulu I only wanted to sec you 1 couldnt go without happen what night ilult 110ntl dotf understand oho mitered gazing into his face in be vlldorment1 t Jvc played my game and lost thatsI all For the last four years Ive been i heaven help met It will be all over the town tomorrow I lost my last chance today My name will be a by word 1 Sitting down she could still stare up I helplessly into his pale haggard face The diamonds in her fair brown hair aught the gaslight and sparkled llarford will know everything di reedy ho gets to the office tomorrow t Digby continued 1 must be out of the- way I before then Sorah1 should Jikei lo seo the youngster Automatically sho rose and left thei room shivering ns she drew her rich plush cloak round her shoulders On her return she made n charming pie tone standing with the fourmonths old child in her arms just us she loud token him from his cot Poor little beggar muttered Dig liy bending over him Laying him gently on one of the large armchairs Nornh faced her husband t II cant realize it yet she said 1 have looked forward to nothing else tho Inst four years t ilefore before you married me the demanded You knew this when you lust met mel You know it and asked me l owed you Norah M fflJeR5h cried tonteniptuously- 4cnd you to lf11e tr- v1f1131wedutlse 1 iman 1thoughiJ3 U Win t 1 A jnun who never existed 1i 9- L U For llcavcnn sake be merciful be said buttoning lila coat You have made me n party to your crimes she cried and raising her bands trembling with anger she tore from her hair the diamond tiara At least a word of forgiveness he said taking up the jewel quietly undI thrusting it in his jacket pocket Just a word before we partit will be lorI over Norah4 I cant forgive ouo she answered It is no use I could forgive much iIfi it had begun since our marriage iit might have been different Hut you de colt ed me too utterly It hind fallen upon her like a bolt out of the blue without a warning sign at the moment of her supreme success Henceforth she would be known onlyI as the wife of a defaulting solicitor Her putt seemed to be crushed together with her hopes 1oug after he had gone while the child lay sleeping on the daily Norah stood in the smoky room hull daed by the recent disclosures till the day broke and U new era in her life began U 1111 Nornh anything up Wheres DigbyMaj 1 Armistead glanced around the dluing room He was tall and spare the more noticeable because he alwaysI buttoned himself tightly in a long frock coat His darklytanned lace appearedI abote a very high collar he wore an enormous irongrnjt mustache Long n widower since Xoralfs marriage tWill dtrI Park possessing only a snail income She took his handI and kissed him then looked out of tit window A delicious morning after the rapt she faltered Come come you didnt drag me out of bed before breakfast to tell me it was a fine morning Vomit Little chap nil right Oh Kric is splendid she said Thou what on earth is It Youre not looking well this morning too much dissipation Isnt Digby down yetV lies Hone gone away lle iis ruined 1uined Digby llless my IlnrsrshteuntiuurdhT has com mitted a crime You can hardly realize it Neither could I Hut it is true He has committed a crime AM this she waved her hands as slit glanced round the large handsomely furnished room all this is the result 1nwearing some of the proceeds 1 cant stay father take mis away from it allI me anti poor little lKrle The evening papers were full of the news and sold largely in consequence The hue and cry being raised and a re ward offeredI n few days later titfugitive was arrested Tried and con victed in due course Digby Fut dyet was sentenced to teven years penal servitude III N1njlrmialend rented a small house aliuost a cottligeon the outskirts of tittown of Tunhridgc Wells mid there Xornh lived ullt her boy O dy23she had oldies goodby to the world in stead of thousands a year her income consisted of hut a few hundreds and these not her own Yet she was not entirely unhappy Compelled by Iher altered circum stances to devote herself to the child 1hr noon uiYordcd a new interest in her life She watched his developing in telligence listened for his earliest lisp Ing utterances The day III first Mood alone was a redletter day Her fuller became Krics guide philosopher and friend and later uus fought a royal battle sshr teach hims to read 1lujlrtnlstcnd took hisdefeit so much at heart that Norah magnanimously gust way and would sit always work fug sometimes laughing at others half crying to observe the impatient mans patience So for n tine Not nlis life went smooth Ily on At first the change was appall fug she missed the excitement the ad miration to which she had been accus tome since her marriage Slit had not calledtupon her in ignorance of her history she was always trot tit home 11hruwinsoneJitjAruaistenlalwayssaid- i lyI the same Pity his father was a scoundrel And Norah never demurred It was the simple truth Eric was now six years old tall thin delicate with his fathers handsome features find black hair I hope to goodness Digby wont begin to pester us cried Maj Armistead ono evening He wus an old Ulan now and Inclined to peevishness Norah looked up quickly- It isnt seven years They dont serve their full time I they behnve themselves In prison Dig by would behave himself Ho will not trouble us father I dont know Scamp enough for anything He may think you will take hint bank I shall never do that she replied After what passed between us he stows I shall not I hope not Nornh I hope not for tries sake Is that Erie coughing lie asked presently After listening attentively for n few moments Nornh laid aside her work and ran upstairs where ho still slept icsidt her own bed Thn child was feverish Next day n doctpr was ended In and now begun a period of Intense anxiety till one night the end seemed Imminent Mnj Armistcnd did not undress at irgnlur intervals he looked into the room and Norah shook her head de spondently When the morning sun broke through the clouds at ten oc6ck nil the blinds in the little house were drawn down and the light bad gone out of Nornhs life A few days later she stood with her father whitehaired and bowed now beside the open grove The gray clouds hung low and the October wind blew chilly across the cemetery Henceforth she spent ninny hours alone since the distance was tow grout for Maj Arniistead to walk She al ways picture Krics grave as a kindof bed and himself asleep us she often used to watch him 1 should like to put up n handsome tomb said the old mint It isnt much but its 0111 can do for the little chap I feel 1 must do something If we could mnki some other chill drat happy Noruh suggested Lira IsI what 1 should like to endow n cot in n childrens hospital lajclrndstrud entered into tile I scheme with I immense enthusiasm Of course he said presently your must remember that you wont luue much to live on after Im gone dear That does tint mutter she an swered Nothing of tint kind uncut hrs now Nothing matters in an empty world There is nothing left j to Im for 1111111hlhcMnj Armistend Wl will call it Kries eel I days later going to the ceme I Iho the afternoon Norah came to a standstill n few yards from the grave then hiding herself hchim i some headstones watched the shabby looking titan who stood lbareheaded at its foot In spite of his black beard nod mustache in spite of his white haggard dissipatedI face she recognized Jinn on the instant After standing there n few minutes he covered his face with his hands and presentlyI stooping broke off one of the faded dowers from the solitary cross Morale hind placed there Having stayed until he went away she also left the cemetery but on reaching home said nothing to her father All the rest of the afternoon she busied herself in various ways her father glancing at her from tune to time and wondering what transformed and illumined her face Despite her troubles she was a beau tiful woman Her figure laud developed nod albeit sad and grave her tutee had retained till its former charm To night it seemed to Maj Arniistead like the face of an angelI At eight oclock thcpostman brought a letter hilt when he would hate broken the seal she carte to his choir resting a hand on his arm From the hospital Nornh lather she said II lave thought of another way Well let us see 1 way Uigby this morning she faltered Ah I knew the scoundrel wouldnt tense us alftne suit Maj Arniistead lie did oat see me He was standing by the grave ISeforc he went away he stooped and and broke on a piece of Ktcphanotift He is in very low water lie deserves to be Yes he deserves to be lint I IIam afraid he is by way of sinking lower lit looks utterly broken degraded lie can have no hope in life nothing to help him upward Pshaw cried Maj Arniistead A man like Digby iis hound to sink Noth hug can save him That Iis a terrible saying she re turned I think there is one thing that mlght only oneit womans love Norah her father exclaimed youre not going to play the fool All nonsense You know you dont love the man I I dont know You never went to see him You never wrote You havent lad a kind word for him all these years To tell you the truth Ive wondered sometimes Of course he deserves nil he got only some women are such fools Was I too wise she asked Since Kries death 1 feel differently about ninny things 1 am not certain about myself 1 see tint he has fallen to hut he is still a young nutsclever oh might there not be sortie chance for him Ifhut I doubt my own strength 1 am not sure I can do it As I watched him at the grave the thought flashed upon me We talk of a memorial for Eric ould anything ho better than to save Krics father laxly and soul Too late Norah my dear too late Ah but is ItIs it ever If there WOUhllhlknow that the cot at the hospital will actually save n childs life yet you would endow it So with Digby He has fallen very very low he may be in curable limit is that any reason why 1 should not make the effort 1 Ma Armistend leaned forward and kissed her forehead For his own part ho sincerely hoped she would never see her husband again and yet he no more lilted to interfere than he would have done with her performance of some religious rite in which he could trot participate For several days Nornh walked to the cemetery at the same hour but it was not till a few days before Christ inas that she saw Digby again As he stood lost in thought at the foot of the grave she drew near Digbyl lie started like n man whose nervous strength Is sapped Koran Instinctively his right hand went this 0 cloth cup us he stepped a few feet away They stood one on each side ofIt I the grave which was now hidden by young evergreens and plants You have been here before she i i j said hardly knowing what to say I 1 did not intend to come again 1 i saw the announcement of the boy I i death Tell me of him Nornh Across the grave she gave him infer mation concerning lKrics short life and lust days and then bhe asked Why why did you come today Dig by I came in the hope of seeing you lurid no right to put myself in your way but I am leaving England I bas fallen very low He threw out his hands You se what 1 am The first time 1 curve Kim ply to look on the spot where the boy lay 1 saw you hind put my name Eric he read from the headstone dearly beloved son of Digbv until Norah I hesitated she admitted I lies Stated till I was looking for n lxtIThen 1 thought it ought to be there 11 here winre are you going Heaven knows 1 neither know no tart ll hit dues it matter Look at me Do you think I could sink lower You can rise higher Digby Is iit ever too luteIOld he cried J lure say you are righti Sometimes 1 feel 1 have it in me It is memory that throws me hndINorah you dont know what the utter desolation of it is Ah 1 know youh- ums lost your etlild and he lad a scamp for his father but you dont know the curse of being your own accuser On till the earth there is not a human being who cares whether 1 go under or how soon I Yes she said there is one who clues He stared at her fill a few moments then leaned eagerly forward across the evergreens What what do you moan V lie unit tered Norah heldI out her right hand Digbyi slit said 1 will bury the past and if you will let nul1 will do my best to help you in the future Do you mean you will come come away with me For Krics sake she said quietly The caretaker of the cemetery stopped to look at the poorlyclad man beside tilt grim anti Norah standing with her hand on Iris shoulder At first Uigbyi shrank front facing Maj Arniistead but she nerved him to this as to much besides It wits a little hard on Maj Armistead who had now to look forward to being lett alone in his old age Hut he wits tin only one who regretted Norn Ifx derision which hail been arrived at without misgiving Norah never regretted it She had found once more a purpose in life while Krics father began a new curter tint day And a career which went far to make atonement for the past House hold Words AN ARTISTS PET ROOSTER Trull of u TiMiiint of Srott lvlglttoun StudI IH- MrI Scott Leighton the Uostoa artist tells the stltyof a pet game cock that he kept in his studio Having at one time to paint the portrait of a burg sied game rock for a patron he noticed that the pet suffered a great deal from the domineering sprit of the larger bird amidtrotI so that lie nexcr could see him without living into a rage After the picture was completed and titIeathered model had been removed till canvas remained in tJie studio standing on the tloor One flay the little game rockl was picking his way about the studio when lie suddeily enght sight of the coun terfeit presentment of his former ene my With a scream of rage lit gave one leap and tlying at the picture struck his spurs into it again anti again The next tine that he was given an oppor tunity he reprinted the attack and it became the almost daily amusement of the artist and his friends to witness these impromptu cock tights Ilttltn- n live bird and n dummy At last one day the little fellow testing a moment after an unusually spirited attack happened to rock his head on one side so as to get a look be hind the picture For an instant he was dumbfounded He looked in front and saw his old enemy as large as life another glance behind and ho was morn than ever pulcd He then deliberate ly walked behind and around the picture several times carefully surveying iit and tinnilywith a spiteful flirt mid with an air of disgust that would have done credit to n human being marched away and hid himself Never after that day could he be per cuadcd to attack the picture or indeed to pay the slightest attention to it He lad detected tit sham and would have no more of itOur Animal Friends i Cut looseI dont sec you i go skating with Miss Rushington asIj often ns formerly No we hail a quarrel and now I ret her slideDc trout Free Press Time obliterates the fictions of opln ion and confirms the decisions of no ture Cicero f t A LITTLE NONSENSE Muggins Do you think the north pole will ever be found Bugglns I didnt know it was lost Philadel phia IJecord Old GentDont you know me Willie lam your fathers uncle Wllllore you the man pa goes to when hes short 01 money Funny Cuts You know George she was ex plaining I was brought Up without Inn care Marry me my darling said nothingscure Mr Insite give the class your idea sirIAn optimist is n man who is happy when he is miserable and n pessimist is n man who is miserable when he is 1happyChicago Record Yabsley Say When n fellow hntIrind cane in the hull or take them into girleis living in a boarding house and tho lint nod cane are worth anything I think he hind better hang on to thou Indianapolis Journal Deacon Jones As 1 was coming through the room I saw Mrs Smith and tulllngI1 nnrtyrs Hrown = If theres any scandal ngo Jng let then women alone for getting earlyrmartyrs had been doing Boston Transcript Merely Suggestive 1 could al most believe these to be mothers bis suits he said Tears of joysprang tc her eyes as she listened Hut no he continued it cannot be Mother has been dead these 25 years He was con iscions that her glare wasnt doing a thing but burn lute his very souJDe troit Tribune ANXIOUS ABOUT HIS GOAT Benny nail to Consult 11111 Mother ut an LtniUHonublc lour Mamma 1 want a gout announced little Benny Hloobumper one tiny You have plenty of things to play with Henny replied his mamma Im afraid you cant buses goat IHut mamma all the little boys have goats Freddy Fangle hUH a lovely big billy with us hiskers rend he hitches him to a little wagon and rides around all the time 1 cant help it Ienny Freddy father has a much larger income than your fat he has and he can afford to buy a goat The question dropped here but nego tint bus were reopened at till breakfast table next morning by Icnny in the presence of Mr Hloobumper After much discussion on the subject it was finally decided that ISenny could have a gout for his birthday present the birth day being difin about a week All that day Jenny 1Ioobumper was busy thinking bout the goat which wax soon to be his and his mind was still dwelling on t ho theme when he was put to bed Oh mamma said he 1 wish my birthday was tomorrow Why Jenny Dont you know mammn The goat Im to get Well IJenny the sooner you go to sleep the quicker toIIIOIIO will n rift Mrs Hloohumpcr kissed her little bo and left him after tucking him sniiglj in his littl bed Scvenil hours bite slit retired herself and went to sleejj She hind been asleep a good while whew she awoke to hear the clock strike two whlIhilIblcIllclljMrs HloojiiniM r gave a hlts only me mamma said Ueniiy- lWhats the matter Henny Why dont you to to sleep What made vou get up II cant pieep mamma for thinking nbout my goat Oh nonsense Benny no hack to bed jHutj ach ice about my goat I What do you wont toosk 1 I want to know if yon think it woujj be better I get a billy goat or just plain goat Mrs rloobumper thought this a veJ unreasonnbh question to discussi v ill such an unseasonable hour Ittnnysuns sent hark to bed vigorous sculling X Y Worl lIm1j IoliitH for 1Iuuo IhtyirH Too much iedal 2u playing is wo thai none at all IDo not plate books on the piano iiU deadentorteIf you lute your piano do not allo brie nbrute to rest upon it It IsJJ wretched taste besides it is often cause of an unpleasant rattling whj the instrument is being used jNever place your piano close agate the wall It will sound much bcttej drawn out into the room If this isJ possible allow n space of eight to twe inches between it and the wall 3J jjiWorld I mother mistake He line it that ft- Icr has proclaimed marital Jawjj western Cub- nAssistantMeant martial llnti courseIj Editor Certainly We must be Weylerwltbblteserci1tyti 1 t iTl i TT T 1iTHE FARMING WORLD BRAIN AND MUSCLE The MucccMful ncr of Toliny Uaea Roth bands anti Head The man who uses both brnlns and muscle will far outstrip in the race of bfc the mnn who uses only his muscles This is true iu every calling1 in which then engage but especially is it true in farming The formers who are getting along the easiest other things equal arc those who mix bruins with their work who plan and systematize their work do everything in its season anti in the most thorough manner possible The farmer who for instance docs not decide what crops he will plant till planting time comes or the one who breaks his ground regardless of the con dition of the soil plants untested or doubtful seed in poorly prepared soil cannot be said to have mixed enough bruins with his work There is no doubt that many farmers would have better profits if they would rest recreate and read more and work fewer hours There is such a thing as doing too much manual labor The farmers us a class certainly cannot be nceiised of being lazy The majority of them work too hard at least during tome seasons of time year It is mote than likely that many do not distribute their work well mind are as a consequence too busyat some seasons and have too much leisure at others Here tutiin is where the brains come in The work should be planned with n view to doing it most economically This can be dons by a judicious distribution of work which will keep hands and tenors reasonably busy during all seasons of the year instead of hiring help und lushing at some seasons and then tak ing it easy for n considerable spoil There are times when even the mosl systematic farmer is thrown behindI with his work as a result of long wet spells or circumstances over which he has no control and in order to do work in its season it becomes necessary to rush a little and wnuk front sun to sun but us a rule where sufficient thought is put into the work eight or nine hours is enough for one days work Eight hours for work eight hours for slwp and eight hours for rest recrea tion study and domestic pleasures would be a jjfoml division of the tiny With this division there would be am the time for rending thinking plan ring and systematizing time work and in addition to the Increased pleasures of life on the farm the profits would if any difference be increased The cooperation of brain and muscle on the farm however means more than merely to improve methods of farming it menus cooperation with brother farmers and organization for marketing to the best advantage and for purchasing in a way to be indepen dent to an extent at least of useless and extortionate middlemen and coni hines Improved methods at the market end are as necessary as in the matter of production There should be sufficient mixture of brain and mus cle to drive the gamblers from the grain pits and restore normal markets St Louis Journal of Agriculture AGRICULTURAL NOTES After testing several varieties of tlax the Mississippi station concludes that flax culture cannot be made profitable in that state- Experimcats with oats in Germany show that varieties most productive on one kind of soil arc most productive allInil kinds but difference in food contents was found to he due to difference in soil and not to difference in variety The Alabama station finds more than six tines as much nitrogen in cowpea vines in the fall us in till same vines the next spring mutter they had lain on the ground all winter The clear inference is that the vines should be plowed under in the full rather than let them lie on the surface till spring Examinations by experiment stations show that American clover seed is clearer than European and has equal vitality Some European seed was K found to be mixed with finely crushed quartz colored to resemble clover seed and other samples proved to be old and colored bright like the new Journal of Agriculture USEFUL IMPLEMENT Fall Description of it Hoimmuilo Clod Crim her and Harrow A very convenient homemade imple ment is shown bottom up in the ac companying illustration It is made as follows Holt two 2xia oak boards a a 8 feet long to two 4x4 crosspieces b On the front edge bolt a 2x4 c placed edgewise This will provide a 0inch surface which will strike the clods and prevent them getting back on thecrush er To the buck edge of the crusher bolt another 2x4 oak d flatwise and bevel the upper edge To the beveled surface bolt an old sickle bar Time guards will have slant enough to let pulverizetherow Tile hooks for attaching the team jan be made by a blacksmith Use onhoOrange luc1t11l111er 4 ARTICHOKES FOR HOGS An Excellent Food anti a Reliable Pre ventive of Cholera Hitherto the growing of this valua ble tuberous rooted perennial Illus trated herewith has been nlciost whol Ily neglected I Innd greatly misunder ehenphnndBO thoroughly aired the post three years In the press of the country by men who have hud practical experience with them that nn enormous demand has been created for them As a hog food they cannot he ex celled yourlotsyour hogs are turned on pasture Then when your pasture plays out in the fa- Uor about September 15 to October 1 you will have tine food in your lots for your hogs where they can root at in tennis whenever the ground is not frozen until the following May when they will have received as much ben efit from one acre of artichokes us from ten acres of corn They will also have left enough tubers in your lots to re seed the ground for the next crop It is a hogs nature to root in fact his hogship is never happier thou when he iis rooting and an artichoke cut truly he called a hogs drug store A wealthy hog raiser of the writers acquaintance who has mule ISO acres of 100 land out of hog raising for the pork market says he would nut be without a big patch of the tame arti chokes as he has had no hog disease in his herds since they have been al lowed to eat artichoke tubers- A sow will not eat her pigs if she has been allowed previously to eat arti chokes mull hogs do not root up pas tires in the spring when they have previously been allowed to root In the artichoke TaTch to their hearts con tentA hogs object in rooting is to obtain roots which as 1 said before serves the solute purpose to him as does the drug store to the human being After he hits eaten a goodly portion of arti chokes the rooting notion will be al most entirely out of his head so say extensive stock raisers who late grown and fed the artichoke Hut there arc artichokes and art I chokes in many parts of North Amer icu the wild artichoke is n native It is merely a bud weed a dangerous last which produces very few nod small tuners and is very ditneult to exterminate Many farmers who have seen it growing understand that there is a difference a vast differenceiu- the wild and tuna or domesticated sorts In fact they are as different as is wild old tame rye Dnriiig the past few years the tame or domesticated sorts have been itni orted from Europe curd url in solute parts of the Cited States being extensively grown us a hog and stock foodThe artichokes can be as easily grown as corn or potatoes and on laid that will produce JO bushels of corn bushels of arti you can easily raise 500 chokesThe writer frequently does this and has grown over tWO bushels per acre on ground that had never been manured Cut the tubers plant and cultivate precisely same as potatoes theyarc a great soil enriehcr and can be easily exterminated by plowing the young plants under when theyarc about a foot high as the old tubers have rotted and the young ones have not yet formed at tint time 1 would not think of farming with out them The improved white Preach is the only variety worthy of culture amid it is a purse comforter Six bu h cis will plant one acre Again I say grow the artichokes and you will have a fine healthy swine food and no cholera J P Vissering in Western Hural Wlllll ell SOW CloVtT tired 1 should advise everybody to mow clover recd early us they could even on the snow but 1 would advise to put it morn than half an Lich deep The best crop 1 ever hind the man sowed right on time furrow ns it was left by the plow but 1 would advise a full inch rather than half an Inch and if some oflt is too deep it will come up next year One of the best farmers 1 know who has raised too bushels a year puts on time seed and harrows it in just as he docs his nuts or his wheutD S Jloxle in farmers Review The SwcdiHhagricultural college finds the best time to apply nitrate of soda to spring wheat to be half at time it sprouts and half when it is heading A sow that is suckling a Jitter oti pigs is n voracious cater and should be fed all that she will eat up dear at each mealFarmers Voice K r r XUX XADJC HEX ThetiaaedaRelsveaatel in 1SBaRsaark M Vltliljr Power et th Huonstraps noMud Care sad Utfei Water Baths JaDfSpeclalJDurlngnumber of physicians from all over tle country havo personally Investigated tho I remarkable natural combination of cures found hero for rheumatism kidney and nervous diseases This treatment consist I MagnoLtthiadrinking of MllItnolIUlia water baa been found by tho profession to be time most re markable and successful remedial power as yet discovered Tho end of Uioycar brought reports from many eminent medical men I I rooIommendcdJournals Sipco tho accidental discovery of the waterfourworla famous A big hotel has been built electrlolightij coniMud and Lithia Water Baths People in i search of rest health and pleasure front all aver tho United States have owe In num ters to tax tho capacity of tho establish ment and have gono to help spread tho fame of tho cure The proprietors tho Indiana Springs Co NowYorlcwhere nil detailed information can bo ob orbA TIMID llocscuncrnu Mrs Jfewod IIO will have to have u speaking tube from the Uluingroom to time kitchen Mr Newca Whyl Mrs Xcwcil Well I must get soino way of talking to the cook without having her throw dishes at innTruth STATE OF OHIO CITY OP ToLCu0etI i etiFitANK J CUUNUV makes oath tlmtho is the senior imrtuor of tho linn of K J CIIKNKT Co dolni business In till City of Toledo County sad State aforesaid nnd that said linn will pay time sum of OM nrxnuin nou loAns for each amt every rase of Catarrh that cannot lho cured by time use of HALLS CATAHIIII Cnn KUASK J Curxrv Sworn to is Toro mo mill subscribed In my presencothUGth day of December nlJssu1 fUICAsOsSCAIXurorlllrr Halls Catarrh Cure IIs taken Internally and acts directly on the blood cold IIIIICOUH sur faces of tho system Send for tstlinoainls free V J CIIBJCPV K Co Toledo O Sold1 Druggists 75c Halls 1amlly mills nro thebest Tins Iit leap year I know suld the mnidhut 1 do not think 1 could so far forget my mMiloulv modesty us ti propose to a man et1 Vet what asked tho youth seeing she hesitated ll11l ltUDP atnn offer If It were made to mo1 N Y Herald Ilcnic ScclciTH KxcurNlnnfi In order to give everyone an opportunity to see the Western Country rind enable tho homo suckers to secure a homo in time to commence work for time season of IhVHJ tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul ltv tins arranged to run U series of fourhoj eoiters excursions to various points in mo West NorthWest and South West on tho follow ing dates March 10 April 7 and 21 and May ft at the low rate of two dollars more than ONE ran for time round tri y Tickets will bo good for return on any Tuesday or Friday within twent ono clay from date of sale For rates time of traljs nnd further details apply to any coupon ticket agent In the East or South or address GEO II HEArrourt General Passenger and Ticket Agent Chicago 111 Mns Ot meT with deep curiosity O Mrs GlandersI Do tell me at out Mrs Ton spots scandal wont you Mrs Olandcrs My dear it 5s not nearly so dreadful ar you hopeJudgeC- heap Kzcurttona to the WcttHiut North went On March 10 andnril71St6 tho North- Western Line Chicago tfc Northwestern Kvi will sell Homo Seekers excursion tickets nt very low rates to a largo number of points Iu Northern Wisconsin Michigan Northwestern town Western Minnesota Nebraska North Dakota and Mouth Dauotu including the famous Ulnck Hllis district For full Information npplv to ticket agents of connecting litmus or address W B Kxis KKKX 01tT A Chicago III Tis well your heaviest wraps to wear goEcn do not care They break tho lull you know Washington Star For St Paul juul Mlnnrupollii The NorthWestern Limited sumptuously equipped with bullet smoking and library cars regular and compartment sleeping cars and luxurious dining ears leaves Chicago via the NorthWestern Line Ctiicago NorthWestern Ky ntUtl prim dally nnd arrives atdesUnation early tho following morning All principal ticket agents sell tickets via this popular route MAMMA asked the little girl peering In between two uncut leave of tine how did thoy ever get the printing in therol h All About Western Iariii Land I Tho Corn Belt Is the name of an illus i mated monthly newspaper published by tho j Chicago iliirllnuton nnd Qtilncy U U It I tints to give inionrntion in tin interesting way about the farm Iii ds of the west hKomi 2S cents In postage stamps to time Cora Belt iU Adams 14L Chicago nnd time paper will bo sent to your address for one year loanIpeari somebodysiWhen uturo I Needs assistance It may bo best to render it promptly but ono should remember to use even the most perfect remedies only when needed The best and most simple and gentle remedy Is tho Syrup of Figs manu factured by tho California Fig syrup Com pany THE man who works the hardest for tho least pay U tho ono who has tho biggest fortune Rams Horn FITS stopped free by Dr Klluefl Great terllnatdaysuseMarvelous Uo free Dr Kline 931 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Wa 4dTarfltellaO MMYc1 ea c rt il r- a iA JO n T1 Ii Ii riI 1 THE HERALD iPJWOIR COOPER Editor all IL H4BICHT Business Manager MA Associate Editor i 11I HAZEL GREEN KYF THURSDAY April 28 I89 h ANNOUNCKMKXTFOtl Wo ore authorized to nnnnnnee W MKCKNKli of Chirk county lisa candid fur ConitrciR from tho Tenth district null Jed to the action of the Democratic party von lIItc11IT CLunK Wo are authorized to announce CJIAS T BYKI of UR a oniidhlute for ttin office or Circuit Court Clerk for Wolf I IeuIparty =z A nUMOH has been afloat that Senate I Blackburn would soon return to KL lucky and organize the silver forces un effort to rapture tho stnteconventi r IT is SAm that there will ho four or five aspirants to tho Republican nominn tine for congress from this district The nro W J Seitz of West Liberty II Rice of Painthville Julia W Langley of Floydand Tom Hopkins of PI who is contesting J M Kendalls ec HON A J CAUIIUM telegraphed toI Now York newspaper the other day ni follows II Jn my opinion the Ilelrlt Jnl from Kentucky to tho National Demo crates convention will bo composed tf twenty sound money men and six fre silver men J ho sound money men e i of co it rut1 ho for Carlisle for president1 JAMIMI lE STONKnssislutitclerk of tin senate says that ho believes the Demo I uratie state convention will not convcn to waive the adoption of a fiutamc 1 plank until it sees what tho nation- convention does but that it will be oitl n Btraightont gold plank or a freo silt cr 1 plank and that them will bo no com misc LumwilliMt under tho nppropriat heading will bo found the announce wont of lIon W M Heckner of 11 i chester as a candidate for congress fro this the Tenth district Judgo Heck nor faithfully represented the ditr for tho unexpired term of tho lament M C Lisle in the second cession of t ho Fiftythird congress tend while there hu served his constituency well yet 1 lill term Wilt so short thnt his ahiltit conh not bo shown lie bet faithfully served thu people in a number of olliceti tomcI has never betrayed a public trust HIle Iis a niftn of great natural ability of wit110 experience thoroughly conversant with tho giest questions of tho day sad will inako a representative of whom the POOl plo may well be proud Tun following specie from HUMI Greets to tho Louisville Post rehearse the sontimeiits of tome of tho snore prominent men in this section RopuHennsyndicate thnt owned tho worlds great eat ciinnel coni Held n few wiles east 01 this place said in u conversation wit I lion John P Salyer our present state senator that ho would vote for Carlisle a ugninst McKinley because of tho hitters uncertain financial views Mr Broils snid further that the tarifF question was not tho issue with capitalists that want r to develop tho country but will not put out their money during tho prevailing uncertainty in tho political world Mr Broils said thnt no mUll has over had BO much honor paid hinuby New Yorkers ns has Mr Carlisle and that he believes lio would carry tho Empire state for president The ennnol coal field whichI is estimated to bo half tho product of tho world will not ho touched said Mr Iron until after the presidential dice tin Col Snlyor is nn uncontprnntisin- sound currency man nnd thinks that Carlisle ia tho only man thnt represents the Democratic idea on both the curren cyquestionsExSenator Wolfe countI wys Personally I am not for Mr Cnr Jfele but I think ho Is the logical cnndi JaU lor prtBideut ou our ticket JTi G Trimble retired capitalist and r rr i A banker of Mt SterHngsdys VTho peo1 dO81KenluckyI retnry of treasury Montgomery snout will certainly indorse him Judge Dcckncr of Winchester favors Morrison for president Saul ho I prOIlOUIIllIdij The judge is already u fnllllodgcd sandi date for congress and at present tnil nu wionic is favorable to him His hlupi potent eo far is Presiding Judge oope of Montgomery county Judgo 0 U1 Swango exregister of the 0Intel office says Personally I am not for Cnrlisle One speeeh from him last fall would have saved the Democratic ticket in Kentucky Iom opposed to the free and unlimited coinage of silver niaat 10 to 1 but I favor r mot that will abide by the will of the majority How ever Kentucky will indorse him Congressman J M Kendall it is un derstood will not oppose Mr though ho is for the white metal 31 r Kendall mantle n speech three years ago declaring himself for free silver hut there is every reason to believe that 1 r ho now regrets having committed himself Tthero are eleven Democratic papery Iini innthu1ruth district and all once for sound money IIIIAppropos of loll this talk of seceding from the Democratic party Col 13urnc tells this story to tho Cadiz Telephone II Away back in the palmy dos of tt It polities in Trigtf county Col Hammond a staunch supporter of tho union was 0II canvassing tho county for state senator and on one occasion was addressing n audienco in Cadiz mid took occasion to rake seccs+ ionists fore tint ant and cullednII s upon All to stead hy the union and not semlo An old gentleman named Hum nn martin lit rebel overcome by his inn IINc dignation interrupted time colonel tilt 1 asked him if ho knew what secede+ IInicnut The pprakcr slapped gathers himself together and said1ry 1 will ttllymi Proceed means to go forward1 recede means logo backward secede means to go liolhvnrd Now good Demo orals if yoi cnnlemplale seceding fro tthe Democratic organization bo careful ltdor you will twko tho wrong course nlHorHon D Milt linger of Salycrsville woe liNe last Friday en sauna homo withI rehl4 sun Henry aged 1i years who had ran away from home and was found in New Albany Ind Henry concluded t see some of tho world and walked frflllli Salyersvillo to Winchester over fifty tlie train to Louisvillei He wandered over mG Now Albany whoro Chief Cannoni took him in charge and notified his fact n ther Mr linger when he arrived New AlbanyI asked his son if ho had1 been living on quail on toast to whichI Henry replied that he had born living on toast without lima quail Henry was I perfectly willing to return home having bofn in u chart while coinlured that lOtthere iis no place like home Of Sentinel Democrat An exchange tells the story Wn boy who WHS sent to market with a sack of roast i UK en rs and after lingering around town all tiny went homo without Mlliu e thorn When his mother asked why I n did not null tho corn ho said that no eu asked him what ho had in his sack There are a great Wooly merchants like 1 that boy They have plenty of goods for sale but they tail to toll what they have On Saturday lastShcriuThipps of Mor gun with a posse captured n moonshine still located about three miles northwest inof Morehcad gad destroyed it The still1 was fired up at tho time IIl1dII run of mountain dew would soon have been cumploted had not the nfilccra arrivedh The shiners escaped and the still was taken up and brought to this city hv Deputy United States Collector M 6 Cockrell Sentinel Democrat J Here is tho manner in which tho HIT Do Witt Talmage apostrophise on journalism t To publish a newspaper requires tho skill tho precision tho boldness the vigilance tho strategy of a commnndorinchicf To edit n IIlWl JIll Iper requires that ono be n statesman an essayist geographer a statistician aural in acquisition encyclopedic To govern a newspaper until it shall bo a tfixed in i as qualitigany Christianity has restored manhood ItIputts man buck in tho original before tho influences of sin caused his decay The than restored ho will look out for others who are lust that ho may bring them back to the highest manhood Rev Ostrom Evangelist Torte Haute Ind Much in Little melliyciao over so great so small space They are a wholo medicine Hood5 9tway 1 1 WJIIllsrnick lirndnclii jaundice constipation etc 25o I The only 1HU to take woo with Hoods Siirsajwrllla I CORRESPONDENCE CtirrmponoVnUl will pierce lItttr In mind tliut all cuiniiitiniontiiiid muni In rereiveil at this nil not Liter tlmn TuesdHy eyenlnu to insure piililieiitiuii in the surreal issue MORGAN COUNTY Canoy Culllnga- Jf Married April IS MissMollie Benton of Caney ton Mr Walter of Magofiin Win Burton has mowed to Texas Henry Taulbee anti wife of brazen visited Win Wells of Caney who is very sick Hazard Downing nnd unit Wells of Hlackwater were on nosy a taw days ago buying cattle but found them very scarce and high William Wells who was reported on ttthe sick list is still wen low and teary are entertained for his recovery itApril 20 NKD ACADEMY NOThSs W II Ronrk Iis spending the wok inn Miignllin county Tim baccalaureate sermon will be des livered Sunday May ill B S Oldficld who went homo sick n few weeks sgo iis yet unable to return to IIIhis studies Monroe Gevcdon has been compelled to trice up his school work on account of toiling health There will he four young ladies in one declamatory contest mid nine young men in thoother tolima graduates are preparing their essays and orations for Tune The grad antes will he Misses Lola Kash 111111 ill nio Day and 1lcyyma11I IL DelJusk 0- I C Williams and Carl Mize On tart Friday tho Haul et Bon so rimy gore the last monthly program faro time pre unt It was one of the best There has been healthy rivalry between the two societies of the school gull the tire already kindled will not be extinI guishcd during the vacation All the wirk of the many departments iis progressing well anti tin indications starc that the examinations to U held the lust week of May will be among th beat in time history of the school ThereI are a number competitors for the sold modal iHeriul to time best grade on the loci examinations ACADKMITR Muting at the Christian Church The protracted meeting announced in three columns began at tint Christian church on lat Friday ironing ham largeemuch interest is already manifest ntfader1 Tinsloy is evidently among the host preachers who have ever visited our town His sermons are full of thought for every ulnas of auditors Ho is n good mixer tool wins friends at users turn He hums spoken upon Companionship with Jesus Tho Senses of tho Soul En tiro Consecration Heartfelt Religion What Think Yo of Christy Inspiration of tho liable A Change of Heart His every sermon comes forth from n heart that rely time great weight ofsin in tho world and that loves the souls ofr men and women He truly carries into his life anti work tho motto of too meeting God forbid that 1 should clory save in the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ by whom tho world is crucified unto me and 1 unto tho world Time following subjects will ho discussed by Elder Tinsley nt tho times lade anted Thursday evening Change of State Friday evening Is Conversion n MysteryI t i Saturday evening Future Recognition Sunday 11 n m Assur ante of Salvation Sunday 745 p m Pleasures of Religion Wilt Prnthor who is said to hose been an accomplice of George Drake in tine reported rubbery of C E Bostick while arresting him in Mngofiin county is in jail nt Salycrsville on n charge of high way robbery limo warrant against Drake will be sent to Lexington nt onco for crvice Rend the new advertisement of II F Picratt in this issue YrrwM+wL 3 a i w Lo G ci SYRAUS G EL T I CLOTHING SALE J Suits at Loss Than the Trimmings Punts at Loss Than tho Making Worsted Pants at nil Cents Union Cassi mores at 75 cts Lot No 278 Suits at 375 worth 000 Lot No 73 Suits at 475 worth 050 Lot No 200 Suits nt 340 worth 700 Lot No 205 Suits nt 335 worth 650 Lot No 300 Suits at 500 worth 12 50 Lot No 40 Suits at 450 worth 1000 Lot No 71 Suits lit 4 50 worth 000 Lot No 85 Suits nt 400 worth 1100 Bring tho number of onch lot anti make your selection Tho goods are now froth goods madn by tho bOIl mnnufnctuvors in America Full Line of Boys and Childrens Novelties Just Received I I iNds tuas LEADING CLOTHIERSI i LEXINGTON KY =c= = === OSE D VSoPHACTICALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIIEL GREEN KENTUCKY E 1lI1 Im n U Home People get only Honest Work and1 be Happy nnjlI JIIXIyour work is respectfully solicited m u u H HOFFMANS IJ r1ffFft ffi l rL W rifiM1 I j lJ iL01 w 9 FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT n w lgoncY1inj I 260000001LOSSESa l T COLVIN IWITnI I TRIMBLE BROTHERS w olssale Bras MX STERLING KYx H B MAUPIN a iTrt 11 IREED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS C c- POFTSMOUTH OHIO I F 7TTITT7t 71f- Ft ryT t gfEllh 1 MPPWOBR OOOrBn tutterOUS 11011 Biclieu Mwwger iuC Associate Eiitor I HAZEL GREEN KY TlttWSDAY April 28 1800 ATWOUXCKMttNT Pant COKOUK88- o are atiihorfccd to announce W M DECKNKU fir ClArk county ns n cntulidnt for CotittrcM truni tho Tenth district rub j jept to tho action of tho Democratic party i i von CIRCUIT OIVHK Wo are authorized to announce CIIAS T BYUD of n onndldate for the office of CIIIIItOIlIIII Clerk for Wolf county milijcct to the action of the Demo cratlo party i A RUMOR hay been afloat that Scnatoi Blackburn would soon return to Ken tucky nnd organize tho silver forces h- an u effort to capture tho state convention f IT is sIn that thero will bo four o r fivo nspirantn to tho Republican noininn tint for congress frost this district The y aro W J Soitr of West Liberty II n Rice of Paintsville John W Langley I of Floyd and Tom Hopkins of Pike who is contesting J M Kendalls scat IIOK A J OAlWoir telegraphed to in r Now York newspAper the other tiny n s tollowIIJII my opinion tho dolegatioi I front Kentucky to tho National Demo cratlo convention will bo composed t twenty sound money men Lund six free silver men lho sound money men will of con rut1 bo for Carlisln for president JAM lift E STUNK assistant clerk of the senate says that ho believes the Demo cratlo state convention will not convent to waivo the adoption of a financial plank until it sees what tho national convention does but unit it will be tithe n Btraightout gold plank or a free silver plank anti that there will bo no comp rc mise EuwwinihH undertho aipproprint- bending will be found tho announce mont of Hon W M Hcckncr of Win chester as a candidate for congress fromI this tho Tenth district Judgo neck nor faithfully represented the districtL for tio unexpired term of tho lamented M 0 Lisle III the second cession of tho Fiftythird congress and white there ho served his constituency well yot his y term was eo short that his abtltles couldI riot bo shown Ho hiss faithfully curved1 tio people in a number of olllces and line never betrayed a public trust Tie is a man of great natural ability of wide experience thoroughly conversant with tho giont questions of tho day nod will mako r representative of whom the pun plo may well be proud TJU following special from IlazolI Green to tho Louisville Post rehearses 1thesentiments of tome of thorn ore prom inent men in this section t W M BrottB a Pennsylvania Repub lican representing the DrceIMorgnn syndicate that owned tho worlds great i est cannel coal field n few miles east of this place said in a conversation with lion John P Salycr our present state senator that ho would vote for Carlisle against McKinley because of tho latter uncertain financial views Mr tirons said further thins tho tariff question was not tho Ifisuo with capitalists that want to develop the country but will not put out their money during tho prevailing uncertainty in tho political world iMrI Bronx said that no man has over had soc much honor paid hlnuby New Yorkers as has Mr Carlisle and that he boliovcs I lio would carry tho Empire state forc president Tho cnnnol coal field whichII is estimated to bo half tho product ol the world will not bo touched sand Mr Irons until after tho presidential cleo u ttnCol Salyor is an uncompromising sound currency man and thinks that Carlisle is tho only man that represents currenF cy and tariff questions b ExSenator1 Mnto of Wolfo county tytr Personally I am not for Mr Car L4ljkltbtit I think ha h the logical cant d44 ir wwi Jut OH our ticket 11 Wt JIMabfo retired capitalist and flrlJ q r 1 pcoIpIeKentucky to Indorso his services fts sec retary of treasury Montgomery county will certainly indorto bimlt Judge Bcckncr of Winchester favors Morrison for president Said ho I think Carlisle inn man of too pronounced convictions to be a successfulI candidate1 Tho judge is already n fullllcdged candt dItto for congress mid at present Jim nut look is favorable to him Ills mllop J ponent eo far is Presiding Judge CooperI of Montgomery countIJudgo G B Swango exregister of the land once says Personally t am not for Carlisle One speech from him last fall would have saved tho Democratic ticket in Kentucky I am opposed to the free nnd unlimited coinage of silver at 1C to 1 but I laver c man that will ubida by tho will of tho majority How over Kentucky will indorse him Congressman J M Kendall it is un derstood will not oppose Mr Carlisle though ho is for tho white metal Mr Kendall made a speech three years ago declaring himself for free silver but there is every reason to believe that ho now regrets having committed himself Thero ore eleven Democratic papers in tho Tenth district anti all arc for sound money Appropos of all this talk of seceding from the Democratic party Cal Burnett tells this story to tho Cadiz Telephone Away back in the palmy dnysof war politics in Trigg county Col Hammond a staunch supporter of tho union was canvassing the county for state senator and on one occasion was addressing an audience in Cadiz and took occasion to rooks secos ionits fore and aft and called upon nil to stand by tho union and not secede An old gentleman named Hum ecy nn imhut rebel overcome by his in 1111111nlkCHIi I meant1 The speaker stopped gathered himself together nnd said Y1s1 will tell you Proceed menus to go forward recede means to go backward secede menus to go hell vuul Now good Doan crats if you contemplate seceding from tho Democratic organization bo sonatal or you will take tho wrung course Hon D Milt linger of Salyersvillc was hero last Friday en route homo with his son Henry aged III years who had ran away from home and was found in Now Albany hit Henry concluded to frogeSnlyorsvillo to Winchester over fifty miles and then stole his wayon the train to Louisville Ho wandered over 1to Now Albany whoro Chief Cannon took him in charge rood notified his fa tier Mr linger when he nrrived at Now Albany naked his son if ho had been living on quail on toast to which Henry replied t loft he hud been living on toast without the quail Henry was perfectly willing to return home having 1been in a short while convinced1 that there is no place like liome Sentliiul Domocrat An exchange tells tho story of a boy who was snot to market with a suck of roasting ears nnd utter lingering around town all day went homo without selling them When his mother asked why ho did not soil the corn ho said that no one suckIThere are n great many merchants liko that boy They have plenty of goods for solo but they foil to toll what they have On Saturday lastShcrinThipps of Mor gnu with n posse captured moonshine t till located about three miles northwest of Morchcad and destroyed it The still Iwns fired up at tho time nmln run of mountain dew would soon have been arrivedslute shiners escaped mad the still was taken up and brought to this city by Deputy United States Collector M O UockrellSentlnI11llIIocrnt Here is tho manner in which tho neT T Do Will Tttlnittgo apostrophizes on journalism To publish a newspaper requires tho skill tho precision tho boldness the vigilance the strategy of n llllerinchlcf To edit a newspa per requires that ono be n statesman fur essayist n geographer statistician nod In acquisition encyclopedic To govern i newspaper until it shall bo n pixel in titution is to demand moro qualities than any business on earth r Christianity has restored manhood It puts man back in tho original condition oforo tho influences of sin caused his decay The man restored ho will lookout for others who are lost that ho tiny bring them bank to tho highest manhood lev Oitrom Kyaugclist Tune Haute Ind Much in Little I IscsiXsclally true of Hoods 1lltsfor no mettl cine over contained so great curative power In so small space They ore a whole m- edichieHoods I I clirat always ready nl vnys flDoUtit ahva a sat isfactory i pre + rat a cold or fever euro nil liver Ills I PHIS sick lieiiilache jaundice constipation etc sec Thc only 1Jlls to take with Hoods Karsopa- rlllaCORRESPONDENCE fCorrespondent will plrano Unnr in inlml that nillummllnllIIUIIIIII stunt Ilie riToiviiI at this olllou not Inter than Tuesday evonlnc I to Insure publication in the currunt Issue MORGAN COUNTY Canny OnlllngB Married April 18 Miss Mollie llcntnn of Canoy to n Mr Walter of Mngoflln Win Hurton linn moved to Texas Henry Taulbco nod wife of Frozen visited Win Wells of Cnney who Is very sickHazard Downing and Hob Wells of Hlaclcwnter were on Onney a few days ago buying cattle hat found them very scarce and high William Wells who was reported on the sick list is still very low mud fears lire entertained for his recovery April 20 XKi ACADEMY NOTES W II Itnnrk is spending the wcok in Mngollin county Tho Imcrrtlimrcnto sermon will bo de livered Sunday May J1 S S Oldfleld who went homo sick a few weeks ago is yet tumble to return to his studios Monroe Oevcdon has been compelled to give up his school work on account of failing health There will be four young ladies in one declamatory contest and niiio young men in thu other Tho graduates are preparing their essays mind orations for June Tho grad mites will bo MiRsoa Lola iICanii mind Min ole Daytend Messrs W 11 DelJusk G C Williams and Curl Mizo- On last Friday tho Haul ct IJon no ciety gave tho Inst monthly program for the pre unt It was one of the best There has been a healthy rivalry between tho two societies of the school anti tho lire already kindled will not ho extin guished during tho vacation All tho work of the ninny departments i4 progressing well lUll tho indications life that the examinations to be held the lust weak of play will be among the best in thin history of tho school There are a number of competitors for the gold modal oflbred to tho best grade on tho final examinations ACADEMITK Mooting at tho Christian Church The protracted meeting announced in these columns began at tho Christian church on llast lFriday evening From Uy first service thero have been largo audiences to hear Elder Tinsloy and much interest is already manifest Elder Tinsloy is evidently among the best preachers who have ever visited our town Ills sermons are full of thought for every class of auditors Ho in a good mixer and wins friends at every turn He has spoken upon Companionship with Jesus Tho Senses of tho Soul En tire Consecration Heartfelt Religion What Think Yo of Christ Inspiration of tho Bible A Chango of Heart His every sermon comes forth from n heart that feels the great weight ofsin in tho world and that loves tho souls of men toad women Ho truly carries into his life surd work tho motto oft o meeting God forbid that I should glory save in the Cross of our Lord Jesus Christ by whom the world is crucified unto me nnd I unto tho world The following subjects will bo discuss ed by Elder Tinsloy at the times indi flitted Thursday evening Change of State Friday evening Is Conversion n Mystery T Saturday evening Future Recognition Sunday 11 n in Asaur nice of Salvation Sunday 7A5 p m Pleasures of Religion Will Prathor who is said to have been nn accomplice of George Drake in tho eporlcd robbery of 0 E Bostick while irresting him in Mngofiin county is in jnllilL Salycravillo on n charge of highway robbery The warrant against Drake wilt bo sent to Lexington at onco for service Read the new advertisement of IL F icratt Ju this issue S Iadii c- 1STR1AUS I r m 1GREATI 1 CLOTHING SALE I 11 I X Suits nt Less Than tho Trimmings nt Loss Than tho Making I IPnnts Worsted Pants nt 03 Cents Union Cassimoros at 75 eta I c4 I Lot No 278 Suits nt 375 worth 000 Lot No 73 Suits at 4 75 worth 050 Lot No 200 Suits nt 340 worth 700 Lot No 205 Suits nt 335 worth 650 Lot No 300 Suits at 500 worth 12 50 Lot No 40 Suits at 450 worth 1000f Lot No 71 Suits at 4 50 worth 000I Lot No 85 Suits nt 400 worth 1100 Bring tho number of each lot anti matte your selection Tho goods I Inro new fresh goods mado by tho boat manufacturers in America f JIIFull Line of Boys and Childrens Novelties Just Received Hi 1 = I a g LEADING CLOTHIERS iI LEXINGTON KY I Un ROSE JDPkVSoPl- tACTICALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAHELi GHEEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM nod ROAD WAGONS WE use the nest Material nnd Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Patronizo Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy I IN THE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in ills specialty RndJi your work is respectfully solicited HOFFMANS InSUIJ aD0e AehRc1Yc FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT Agenei14260OQOOOLOSSESAddress A HOFFMAN Mt Sterling Ky Iw I T COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS low 6HMT STERLING KYN IHn MAUPIN TTTT REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS r NOTIONS c PORTSMOUTH OHIO t i THE HERALBo Hazel Green Hsarsays Happenings I 0G W Wheeler moved into his ne residence nnnr John Davis last Saturday Visiting attorneys in our city thi week were lion J U LykSna nnd A F Jlynl of Cninpton Elder D O Coml bent up from Ezol to attend the mooting going on at the Christian church a Cot Bradley hus pardoned Will Day of 13rcathitt county who was serving itI term for manslaughter MM Dcllo Oodsey IhItS athanks olf tho editors better J for a fine dish olf nicely prepared pie plant Mrs Libbie Higgins is Ilying very low at her house in Daysboro nnd doubts are entertained for her recovery News reached us that Mrs1 Eliza Good1 win wife of Sum Goodwin had died a I her residence in Kzol last Friday Boils and pimples are duo to impun blood Kemove thorn by snaking tin blood pure with Hoods Snwparilln Rev J If Scott colored requests us jto state that he holdsl servico at Days r boro on the third Sunday of each month Time new residence of V T Caskey next to the Christian church being com pletcd he has moved into it with his family The property recently vacated by W T Caskcy iis now occupied by Mr1 Gracei of MagolFiu who is ono of tho 11 GJA students In another column will he found a complimentary notice orour I youngf friend Henry L Godsey now in Wash ington city If you have friends or relatives visiting you or are gong away on a trip let us know it It may ho of interest to rein tives at a distance W W Manker of Mnytown movedl to Hazel Green with his family this week who nro now domiciled in the old J G Trimble property Circuit court convenes at Campion next Monday aunt no doubt many willI luc urgent business clsowhero than ins the grand jury room Depositions in the case of Kelly Ftilks against Dave Rose mid others occupied tho attention of a niimbor of bxrriater- during the past week The many friends of Dr Jtio ATaul bee will be pleased to learn that he has so far recovered as to bo able to attest1 I to his duties once 11101III I i X L Ware has purchnsud lot one hundred feet square from W 0 Mizci and will begin the erection of a hand some cottage in a short time A letter from Judge lecknor informs iu Unit hwill addrcM the citizens of i Wolfe county at Campion next Monday i the first day of circuit court I Time sidewalk in front of the Christian church hn been repaired and put in good condition N i w let sotto of ou enterpriciiiK 1 sitzees do likewise A new puling fincu has boon put upI in front of the Presbyterian church adding much to appuarance A new walk has also boon laid leading to the door Arthur Lilian nnd John Ford of Owen county passed through town one day last week with a fine drove of horses and mules en route to Virginia markets Homer tho infant child of Green Taulbee died last Saturday about one oclock nnd was buried Sunday utter noon in tho Sebe Walter buryingground Henry Mullock representing tho hoe pause of McMillan Hazeu Co inter viewed our merchants one day this week and WUt n guest of tho Day house while here Tho many friends of Henry L Godsey will be pleased to learn that he has ac ceptcd tho invitation of Prof Cord to address the graduating class at the academy Dr K O Guerrant will preach in time Presbyterian church at this plnco tomorrow Friday at 11 n m and 730 p m Everybody is cordially invited to attend and hear this eminent divine J T Pieratt is engaged this week in taking tho census of tho white persons off school ago in this district while Alex Dob Higgins is doing the same for the colored children of school ago A cow belonging to W lIt Taulbee- i residing on tho head of Red riveh drop ped twin calves on Sunday night tho 12th inst Thoy were both males nnd the senator is proud of tho achio emcnt S Tho hot dry weather of the last week or ton davs has knockedl tho stuffing out of nil local events generally IDr A O Nickel reports Born to alsowon Sunday lUth inst to the wife of Ja Risner a girls Tohn M Rose returned from Mt Stor ling yesterdny and reports that stock was so low in prico that it did not pay otniw3 to take it them Among the numerous guests Vt thoI Day houso during the past week wo no tied lInn J C Lyking 0 C Hank I 55 T Hunt and A F Byrd nilof Campion The young men of Jackson hero or gmiizcil n bras g bnnd There were fifteen of them to subscribe to articles cot stiliiling the band nail sill agree to mnk it a success no matter what tho expense may be Till J T Day Co have been receiving n big lot of spring goods and both star are now filled to overflowing Watcli1 for a big advertisement from them next week and set how cheap they will sell you goods Ono of the exlremcst rarities for thilf season of tho year was brought to Till Hliuii ollice anti presented to tlI hI- editors better J by Mrs O W Cecil was part of n pumpkin maid was as fnxh and juicy as though it hail just boon plucked Our papular and ellicient deputy slier ill Jns 11C Cncktuham has recovered front a severe attack of pneumonia nnd1 iis once more able to attend to his dolls His agwl parents came from Leo county to IK nt his hctl flu and assist in nursinj their sun to health agaiii IWt are in receiptt T VolilI No IK cf the Spout Spring Times a newsy mitt 01 J Iiiz I jrIenI il i terprUo on the part of Bro Hurgher It I i is till only paper publihKll in lIstill i county we ln liiVi nt present1 Spring iis here rand time authorities should see that the alloys highways and by ways of our little city mind the premm1it IoC the citizens ore cleaned up A little cleaning now will save lots of sicknes- during t time hot sunnier months std the pcoplo lots of money for doctors bills Sentinel Democrat Col Spencer Cooper editor of tho Iluri GKKKV daysthe past wet kltreek Amyx of HazelI j Green was here on business several dayS Inst week Mr Ji1 nJ Trimble Sr tins returned troll an extended trip to th 1sveut and south At the dintrkl Republican convtnlioni hold at Winchester last week J Iott nrllII I Wilnoii of Montgomery and JJ I Prather of Magoflin wore elected dele gates to the St Louis convention and in structed to vote for Gay Bradley for president J1 J H Mnrcutn of Breathitt wni electedl districtt lector JetrStephenson left last Mwndny withI whonre they will make their insure home let fIIi calledrsays that ho experts to do more at hi j trade of carpentering than farming andI as he is a firtclitsl carpenter wo besjvetik I success for him wherever he may go I The holders nf stock in the HazelI Green fair association should hear in mind that the regular annual meeting will be hold in Hazel Green on Saturday May J for tho purpose of electing till core etc Let there bo full attendance so that steps may bo taken at once lo make the fair next fall the success itIII ways huts been Adam ForepaughSell Brothers superb united hippodrome thin greatest circus and menagerie in America will exhibit nt Lexington on Wednesday April 20 isDG Low rates from stations un L fc K railway Tickets will bo sold at one faro for round trip Tickets good on I regnlai train going special train will leave Lexington at G p m aftor time performance is user If you are indebted to this office on subscription job work or advertising you will oblige us very much by coming to the arplniifn office and paying your dues Wo need n littlo of time filthy Ilucre about ns bnd as n hobo does n meals victuals at times and your promptness will relieve our distress and bo forever appreciated Never mind tho rush Como on nnd well try nnd attend your wants Wanted A good respectable girl to do the house work for n small family Cr d wngrn to the right party For further Infor I mation apply at thin office NGLISH KIrrCHENt i I12 W SHORT STREETS LEXINGTON KY t Regular Monls 25 coats Monl to ardor at all hours 10 a m to 8 p111 Supper from 5 to 0 p mn Lamb Fries Fish and a GUS 1 rA +r yxF OplC litu er11Bt uwuxuul slaw u I uric is to muko newspapers out ofand p eat libraries make n few men el- Mnen very wise Newspapers lift m hole nations into tho sunlight Bet w r hove fifty million peoplo moderate Ic iutclUnffunt thaw ono hundred titan m nT solons A false hnpitmiou Is U- Iroul that newspaper knowledge Is 1 ihemoral butanse periodicals art a- irown aside and nut ono out of ton 111 lousatul people lllos thorn fur future it iferonco Such knowleilgo so far tl om being ephemeral goes into the ir ry structure of the worlilM heart anti li claln and ileelies the ikhttuy of h jjuriies lord iiatious ICuovvlodge on tl- Ie shelf is of little worth It is Icnowl a4 alga afoul knowledge harnessed tt nowleilpo in ivvolutinu knowledue tl ainsreil Isnowledve projeetetl hnowl u Ill thnnuVrbolteil So far from briar pbemoral nearly all tio hot mliuls tl nd hearts have their hands on till t trintiuff press today and have bud v luce it Jut einauelp iteil Alums and v laneoolf and Otis used to go to the Bos III on Jnzette and compose articles on ho rights of the people Benjamin I 1N 1 11t11 II j lh1U1llh i j Llfjhtnlnrj Hot Drops I What a Funny Namel Very True but It Kills All Pain ISold Everywhere Every Coy Without Rtillof Thero 1 Is No Pa ICI We are indebted tn Secretary V C Lyne of the ICentiUky association for i a complimentary ticket to tho spring HUTS which beginnt Lexington on Apr i 27 mid continue eight days The breeders futurity stake will bo run ti May 2 it being the lirst and only tutu I its ever ollercd for thoroughbreds l The startings- will Kentucky new j be used at this truck which alone publict I i j Mrs Alex Abbott committed suicide at her home near tho mouth of heave in Mcnifoo county last Saturday h taking a largo dose of strychnine I seems that her husband hind been harin- j illicit relations with hr sUtcr 1auu Phillips for some lime Abbott and th I slater loped sometime since Dud ant t r coreniHining away several days returned to the house Mrs Abbott told her htisjj baud that ho would kill herself unlesn he sent Hiss 1hiUijH away but ho re I IIfUliell mud told her to go abend U III Saturday morning she took tho fatalI I II dose sash set about preparing t I buy gofers thin meal was a corpse Mrs Abbott was highly rel upecled ill the neighborhood In whioh she lived andI great indignation in ex 1msed agaiiut Abbott and his tuiHlrnw I Dr P H ThillipK one of the lIlt j j I i equipped phywciaiitf of Kentucky will I a short time asnoei to in the prActice- s jin medicine at Hazel Green with Drr- mid Nickell i i p SterlinfIf II j in this district hiring been advised hyI his phvsicitn not to undertake a cam11 i paign j a Morgan count Ihits just secured another new po tomco This one i named Castle and Goldmnn D Cn S has been appointed po tIll trIII While in Mt Sterling i sold a lot of young heifers to a huta county party at about 2f cents and someI 700II steers for 11 cents t Gaines Cole of West Liberty was in f town last weCkIJ Mt Sterling Gazette is o To red for i I S i I I J h t j UIi IIfai7 Breakfastfrom 6 m Oysters Chicken Specialty Ll1XGAUW ftVfa lIrtukflltI Ifho ttr1r rifftftTT FiL Vill sell yon SUBAB At the following prices White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound poundIIAll other goods in proportion Como anti son mo T will make ou happy IIndOU will fool lilco lifo is youaonlo110 you lncnne a Cash transaction Dont ask for credit l H F PIERATT UR fsM t= rlIJil Oo J lIjI it HAZEL GREEN CE Iv 11 Normpl and Preparatory Sch6ct ii l1iISpecial courses in Bible Short rm1 1ini I rjj FtLL COUKSKS SUSTAlxln I WI- i im 1 X ALL D lK PA KTMKXTS l W i1 next torm of lea necks bo gins MONDAY MAIWII 80 isoa Ir I I j l zj t will n R0l lilllc for teachers to review their school work tU f for tin eontinji l r JMj Scud fur CnlnhguuMif f IIrilI Hiiml irien KlniUu hy I Ir u 6JJ fl1rrt J1J 1IJ If ti f in PricesC iVVVVt s j VVVVVVi I FOR siJi rr+ simn JOHN M ROSE as DPAIrll IN r a GENERAL d Consisting of Dry Goods f jdoI maid Cups j Ac d Ij Also the colohrated Averyr1 9- a Z Plows All of which will he sold for Limo lowest lit Z3ing prico for cash produce d or live stock All persons d dNaH I need money unddtj heed it badly tj tXo ono noocl a t111 for crt dit unless they have I3 bottled in full what they Uowo inc siI JOHN aiJ ROSE 1 I 1 Ii 5I1 u AJi Iv1cmlo eal L4irsat Gmc a J H Livery Feed and Sale Stable I I j KYI 1 of n fro s i it ll year the tf I SingleIMgifor litre Parties convoy cd to any point on reason Able t rniB tiel Iih Dinner iiii1 I Respectfully ACADEMY IDloclpllnoI ItiIIIlJIgvHjhingisonly l1Ifll PllrllllIntlJ 1TJFJ11fRi Dealer General Merchandise f1SiSILargest StockLowest BARGAINS MERCHANDISE QuofnwUolIlIrclwlIll Rospoutfully P8ERATT rorIII1J DUOK EYE mPlltiS OTTCURES NOTHING OUT PilESr MI h 1 MMMY A SURE and CSrfiAIrJ OURL known for III yonre nvtho BEST REMEDY 101 PILES rMaROLD II ALT 7IRVGflIRTA- Trt an11yEJ- RTD C9 GTLo4I1 u n THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFErWrite to T 0 QmxcY Drawer ICO Chlcagp Secrc Uiy of the BIAU Acciii r CovirAXV for Information regarding Accident Insurance MctiUoa this paper Its DO doing you OlIn tare 1accldenlnl FATF errS111111111101 ii liar7t PruetletnPhnnctauntvoln e9ecuaratlratoaitrmbustut hooranturwrlnkic Ir nabJllwK iwllI RED 1 1WtlutltlamlllllclOlrladlll WantedAn Idea bOsSDi WH s- diet M WrIIoJrWY INInJIII MIItIo yy- a911ar cga w teadtlv1w x F of tf j Tls UZUt1i lY = a fec I 91o i- r 7 rT I 1 wwL- i r I I a 71- j iJ 1 THE HERALD I Hazil Grim Hearsajss1Happoningst 0G W Wheeler moved Into his new residence nnnr John Davis Ilast Saturday Visiting attorney in uur city this week were lion J 0 LyJrfns nnd A F Byrd of Qpmptou Elder D Cr Com i on mo up from Ezol to attend tho mooting going on at the Christian church Oov Bradley has pardoned Will Day of Brcnthitt county who was serving in term for manslaughter MM Doll Qpdaey tutthe thanks of the editors better 1 for u fine dish of sleety prepared pio plant Mrs Llbbie Higgins is lying very low at her homo in Daysboro nUll doubts are entertained for her recovery News reached lh that Mrs Eliza Good win wifo of Sam Goodwin had died nt her residence in Ezol last Friday Bolls told pimples nro duo to impure blood Remove them by making the blood puro with Hood Snmparllln Rev J II Scott colored requests us to state that he holds service at Days boro on the third Stindayof each mouth The new residence of W T Caakey next to the Christian church being com pleted ho has moved into it with his family The property recently vacated by W T Casket iis now occupied by Mr Grace of Magoffln who is ono of the II G A etudcnts In another column will bo found ia complimentary m tico of our young friend Henry L Godwy now in Wash ingtou city If you havefrieudd or relatives visiting you or are going away on a trip let us know it It may bo of interest to rela tives at ti distance u W W parker of Maytown moved to Hazel Green with his family this week who are now domiciled in the old J G Trimble property Circuit court convenes at Campion next Monday and no doubt many will have urgent business olsewhcro thou in Iho grand jury room Depositions in the case of Kelly hulks against Dave Rose and others occupied tho attention of a mimbor of barristers during the past week The many friends of Dr Jno ATaul bee will bo pleased to learn that he has so far recovered as to bo able to ntlund to his duties once more N L Ware huts purchased a lot one hundred feet square from W 0 Mizo and will begin tho erection of u hand some cottago in a short time A letter from Judge 1ecknor informs us that hu will address the vitixens of Wolfe county at Unmptou next Monday tho first day of circuit court J1htftiduwnlk in front uf the Christian church has been repaired mill put ini good condition Now let some of our enterprising I citizens do liJcwiiicI A now paling fence hits been put up in front of tho Presbyterian church mIll ing much to appearance A new has also Leon laid lending to the wnlkI Arthur Lilian nnd John Ford of Owen county passed through town one day last week with u fine drove of horses and mules enrouto to Virginia markets Homer the infant child of Green Taulbee died Inst Saturday about one oclock nail was buried Sunday utter noon in tho Scbo Walter buryingground Henry Matlock representing tho shoo louse of McMillan Hazen C Co interviewed our merchants ono day this week and wad a guest of tho Day houso while here Tho many friends of Henry L Godscy Will be 1pleased to learn that ho has ac k ccptcd tho invitation of Prof Cord to address the graduating class at the academy Dr E 0 Guerrant will preach in tho Presbyterian church at this place tomor row Fridays nt 11 n m nnd 780 p m Everybody is cordially invited to attend and hear this eminent divine J T Pieratt la engaged this week in taking the census of tho white persons of r school ago in this district while Alex Dob Higgins is doing the same for the colored children of school ego A cow belonging to W II TJaulbce residing on tho head of Red rivcV drop ped twin calves on Sunday night the 12th test They were both m lsand the senator is proud of the acUit + emeat r 7 Tho hot dry weather of the last week or ten days has knocked the stuffing out of all local events generally Dr A O5 Nickell reports Born to tho wife of Harlan OHnlr aitrl also on Sunday 1Jtli inst to tho wife of Jar Risncr a girl l John M Roso returned from Mt Sterling t yesterday nj reports that stogy pityepensasAmong tho numerous guests i V thij Day house during tho past week wo noticed HonJ 0 Lyklii8C 0 HankV+ Z T Hurst nnd A F Byrd nil qf Campion rlio young men of Jnckxon have or ganized n brass band Thoro wcrovff teen of thorn to subscribe to articles con stituting tho band nUll all agree to mnk 9 it a success no matter whet the expense may be I ho J T Day Co have been receiving a big lot of spring goods and both stores are now filled to overflowing Watchr for a big adicrtUomcnt from them nextt week and see how cheap they will sell1I you goods Quo of the extrcmcat rarities for this season of tho year was brought to Tun IlrUAln ollice and presented to the editors better J by Mrs 0 W Cecil It Will part of a pumpkin ouch was as freahI and juicy ns though it had just bustI plucked Our populnroldellicientdeputy slier iff Jnt K Coekorliam has recovered1 I from a seers attack of pneumonia andII iis once more ablu to attend to his duties His aged parents dune from Lee county to bo at his bedsiiTo and ttsiist in nursingr their son to health againi We are in receipt of Vol I So 1 W of tho Spout Spring Times a newsy littleI sheet published by I11 Burgher jjr I is well gotten up and Ihowlllllurkctl en terprise Oil the part of Bro Burgher It is the only paper published in Eslill1 county we believe at present Springjy hero and tho authorities should see that the alleys highways null by ways of our little city and the promises of time citizens arc cleaned up A little cleaning now willsave lots of sickness during the hot summer months timid the pcoplu lots of money fur doctor bills Sentinel Democrat Col Spencer Cooper editor of tho HAXKI Guinx HlWAM was in tho city several days tho past wlpkHreck Amyx of Hazel Green was hero on business several days last week Air1J G Trimble Sr has returned from an extended trip to tho went and south At the district Hipublieun convention hold at Winchester last week J Howard Wion of Montgomery tend J IF Prnther of Magoflin were elected dole gates to the St Louis convention and in structed to veto fur Gov Ilradley for president J1 1 nI Mnrctun of Hrenthitt was elected district doctor I JcirStepheiiKon left last Monday with his family for Gntesvilh Texas where they will make their future home left or By Cracky as ho is familUrly willed says that ho expects to do more at his trade of carpentering than farming and at lie is a firatclnss carpenter wo bespeak success fur him wherever ho may go The holders of tock in the Hazel Green fair association should hear in mind that tho regular annual meeting will be held in Hazel Green on Saturday May 2 for tho purpose of electing ofll tern etc Let there bo full attendance BO that steps may bo taken at once to make the fair next fall tho success it ill ways huts Leon Adam Forepmigh Sell Brothers superb united hippodrome tho greatest circus and menagerie in America will exhibit at Lexington on Wednesday April 20 181HJ Low rates from stations on L fc E railway Tickets will bo sold nt ono faro for round trip Tickets good on I rcgnlni train going j special train will leave Lexington at ti p m lifter tho performance is over If you indebted to this office on subscription job work or advertising you will oblige us very much by coming to the Captains omen nnd paying your dues Wo need u little of tho filthy lucre about as bad as n hobo does a meals victuals nt times timid your promptness will relievo our distress nnd bo forever appreciated Never mind tho rush Como on and well try und attend your wants Wanted A good respectable girl to do the houw work for n small family G Id wines to the right party For further ifIlIO- IaaUonapply at tkU oLe J w IfLI E1TGLISH KIrrjHtlii j I12 W SHORT STREET JLEXINCTO KY 1 Regular Monls 25 couts Meals to ordor at all hours 110 nvni to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fish and Chicken a Specialty 1H Ji t f r G11S XalrXGA1fW PtondQfnpt n i LJQhtnlng Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day 1WIthout Rollof Thoro la No Pats I IWo are indebted to Secretary W C fott a complimentary ticket to tho sprig races which begin at Lexington on April 27 and continuo eight days The breeders futurity slake will bo run on I May 2 it being the first and only futur its over ofibred for thoroughbreds in r Kentucky Tho now starting machine will be used nt this track which nlonc will best great trout for tho public Mrs Alex Abbott committed suicide I nt her home near the mouth of Beaver in Mcnifcc county last Saturday by taking a largo dose of strychnine It scones that her husband hitch been having nllllhlIlhilliJlII I I sister Taped some timo binco nnd nflrr I remaining away several days returned to i 11Ujblllllij he sent Miss 1hillips away but ho re I fused and told her to go aheadI On Saturday morning site took the fatal dose and set about preparing breakfast but before tho meal was served she was a corpse Mrs Abbott was highly respected r in time neighborhood in which site lived and great is ex pressedl iigninat Abbott and leis mistress Dr P R Phillip one of tho best equipped physicians of Kentucky will in n short time asuocinlo in the practice I of medicine ut Hazel Green with Drr Taulbee trod Nickel ii Judge John E Coopor of Mt Sterling hns withdrawn from tho race for congress In this district having been advised by his physician not to undertake a carve paign Morgan county has just secured another new postofllco This ono is named Castle nnd Goldman D Castle hits been appointed postmaster While in Mt Sterling John M Rose sold a lot of young heifers to a IInthI county party at about 2t cents timid some 70011 steers for 31 rents Gainrs Cole of West Liberty was in town last week Mt Sterling Gazette is offered for ITho I i = K JIfI P t 1 ftlI tl TT 1I1JLUB Will sell you jor W1 f At tlio per if 20 a j 6 14 cts a calllt p jiDu i t f H f l u UpJ EiIj If c + j and l 1 in rm1 i F1 1 I I m F iij I j ALL i I lIJ n till i U tPwpnro for All tho branches of tho Common School Wrti lOllrliU willl i i Iron nail iu only 28 s 1IllJiJI J8l Mj lJ for CntiiliiKiio of t 1E J l f lIt 1l mreen IContaahy Mh Onn n rrJ tZ JiJi JlJ1 J JM 1 in on a ow lY iII I t I i I I rU M rDKAMCIL lV Ii p i louts N j N or j E iug prieo for cash I t rI their accounts and notes as I need tho moans and = m need it badly No ono nood n t credit unless they 1i v 1 me in full what they i I IJ I 1l r I J H I and HAZEL GREEN KY for hire tot Can a1OHI1dCl + lYN l t e c fro 5to9 a m MiT Fries indignation 1 frl JmIl 1following prices Unite pearl Flour 220 hundred Arbuckle Coffee cents pound Granulated Sugar pound mnkhappyyouineThiaiulnnVfI1 Rospoctftill- yr RATS HAZEL GREEN giEsh Normal Preparatory School Special courses Bible Short 1ICOURSES SUSTAIXED It1Ix DKPAKTMKNTS l I ffiAljjteaching frrtlPwMnhing workfor1Edead lrllcllinner11lhtral IgJJll 1IDJjI JJIw Dealer General Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest PricesY bAGASHYIJOHN ROSE MERCHANDISE Notions Clothing gSitporeonst Aryjproduco i plyP 1for S rdiPIERATT Livery Feed Sole Stable SingleRig i I PartlNs ooNref t reMQHtlfl ffstlonlr1ruH ttuuasrwLa 3ltult ktpittr vt SItAiUlJMfl fQ4iI x Breakfast binue tr10JlJ ACADEMY IEXIOnooo Merchandise =Ydalit oC TABLETS nwm D j IIIJDIOINTMENTI A SURE and OBR7AIM OURS known for in yoora as tho BEST REMEDY for PILE AYSIWYM1 JltVOaIRTRIlrt etdbflICII1BDC9N HID co OTtOUW THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T o OCJNCKY Drawer ICO Chlcagp Bepe k- r taly of the firn ACCIDENT T COMPANY for fnfamutkHi rcgardlcsr Accident IMUT lace Mention this paper fly co doing you can MN 001aCddental t If riFOLkSiwr illliiilli B tuttau lineI in rhtttygrtiait taniA 1 tra nrCa r- iiCIAaetdpalotriIMnMladorrlk c J1MI rPATIENTS TREATED BY oonad atlsllr 1r Vrllclllar aAdreKnh llge IDR SNVDRLthan rt t Wantedln IdeaK1 w x n J tn u J u ra THE HERALD KPKKCER COOPER PablUfcer HAZEL ORCBN ss M KY MAST HAULING Vhe Work anti Kxcltewent of Cartla g J MHC rleClell of Timber people who have lived in the real cout r C try IB forest region know the excite h went connected with roasting andI i atast hauling All goes well for the io hauling if the road be level or lightly dcHcendlng but there is hard driving I when tolling up the steep ascent Toor V oxen I how they pnnt for breath when t they nro allowed to lest At the high est point the innntercnrtcr calls a haltt anti- the men arc sent forward to rclnspcc road Hero danger in imminent If it ih winter heavy chains arc thrown owe It the sled runners ns bridles to nmnIt velocity in going down in HUtniuer tino wheels nn chained to an axlctrcc foir the wune purpose As tin niUlitionn precaution two yoke of oxen arc dc tacked from the chain forward and cot nectvd with the rear end of the niantt to hold backt With great care the descent is begunI nnd with tilniOHt brcnthlcsH interest tin men watch the movements of team nnc1I b mast If success attends tho effort und the level land is reached without accident n long pause Is taken nt thei t bottom of tho hill sometimes with re I freshment forma nail beast Then the master rtor tJUHtllIi hlnlcU nUll orderi an mlvimcti ICvcry man to his team Every ox to his howl Xow follow tIll robustshout of drivers thIS jingling of claims the rattling ol horns The innHtercnrtcr mounts thei miiHt and shouts ire you nil ready men All ready respond the teamsters MOVCMMJC There came the shout of teamster the creak of wheels and the Onfl moves slowly forward like a conquer liig tyrant crushing everything bciient 1 h 1tr heel lot halt a mile comparatively t licvvl ground is passed over and garodI progruKH IH made The beginning o t tho end IK reached WhoaIIit Goads nt rest Oxen punt Teamster talk Obstructions arc dragged owey The coast IH clear All ready Heady I Then niovcccll- iauk I Swan I Here Dukel Gee lluckl Here Line Whoa A good pull men Let youIri cattle breathe Orlvo onl Drive on Hard lardI Hnrrd1 Tho air IIn rent with the shout ol tenniHtorH and tho command of the nun ter carter Tho great wheels groan and I real under tho enormous load The Rtcuming oxen crinkle their tails snortt inonn and hug the bows The crisis Iti jiiiKMd tho hilltop reached there art no broken chains no person injuredI All Is well- Another strong pull coming men critters rest awhile1 1Ilnelc Illsh HishI With protruding tongues the great meekeyed oxen pnut and heave And BO the hauling goes on up hill nnd down 1 over bridges and gullies a few weeks f pass and tho noble nunat stick huntI namely dressed is crossing tho Atlantic to be admired by tho English ship bulh- i 1 IIcrs who will gather about it with 4tralne1 wide and mouths ajar at BO wonderful a sight Youths CompanI ion j The Present Taste for Itomnnrr Now and again we arc startled to tin how the ago relishes still an oldfiiMhI Toned romance if written with aneww fashioned vigor and directness how quaint and simple and lovelyI things OH well as what is altogether modern and analytic and painful Bring our most judicious friends crowding purses In hand to the bookstalls and for awhile we are puzzled to see wornout styleA and put modes revived lint wo do not let these things scrlqusly dlstur- our study of prevailing fashions These books of adventure are not at all we assure ourselvcsin tho true spirit of tho age with ita realistic knowledge of what men really do and think and pur pose and the taste for them must bo only for the moment or in jest We need not let our surprise at occasional flurries anti variations In the Uternr market cloud or discredit our analysis of the real taste of tho day or suiter ourselves to be betrayed into writing romances however much we might re jolco to be delivered from the drudger- of sociological study and made free to- go afield with our imaginations upon n joyous search for hidden treasure or knightly adventure Prof Wilson in Century Was Willing to Walt Tha Inst day of a negro criminal in Texas had come Ho was awakened and asked what ho would have fo breakfast and told that ho could have anything ho liked Den boss I reckon Ill take er water million Watermelons are not ripe yet Webber mind boss I kin wait TexNq Sifter r+ 10e the invention of tho flrst har 141 tirar implement Iiae beenHm ifaMf iteproml there being BO less tkMk ttniK p t4wlk ttoa it erlta parii I j r = I LOVE LETTERS FROM WKINLEVT- lMXbwnils of Ti m Find Thftlr WilY late Indiana Ido not know whether Muj McKinley in working up sentiment for his prcal dentlnl aspirations has a oung woman or not to whom he dictates those pleas ant typewritten letters that have reached every voting precinct in this state but I do know that they have much to do In strengthening the orlrr inal McKlnlcyite and winning over tj wavering Without the typewriter J could not have reached onehalf time dianiana he is now rallying under 1 banner In response to the clicking of t little Instrument In his law office or brary at Canton On an average 50 republicans to county have complimentary left from the adroit little Napoleon 0 would suppose that tho distinguish gentleman in Canton had n power memory for persons und localities f there IH never the mistake of a letter name or postofllce of the one address Up in Clinton county the other dn visitingI politician from the capital w taken aside by a resident politician Frankfort with n mysterious wink n nod of the head Look at that st the verdant politician unfolding ul ter bearing the McKinley ofllci he and the MeKinley signature with dozen or fifteen lines of typewrltt copy between Oh remarked time visiting tail clan who IK tin Allison la rison 01- i HarrisonAllison man just as events St Louis may dictate that Is tram Klnley to it Well your letter only our of tics ninny thousand t major lugs sent into Indiana That dont make any difference t resident politician replied lie m send 100000 If he wants to do so TI letter shows that name time or other Q lots heard of I Ill and now when lie wnntn help he remeinbura me Im lot McKinlcy from this time on The major varies his compliments In these missives of good will to the 1m portnncc of the one addressed If then latter has a pull only In his precinct the major Icicles his warily with u few pleasant words closing with the hopi tint ho can find It consistent with imfs views to give him his Hrsonal support If the one the Lit tie Napoleon wishes to I uiysterionsfI tlon with the suggestion that he Mnj MeKinley cant go much further In this campaign unlesH his particular In dlanti friend whom he tnkos the liberty to address in his interest visits Cantor anti the MeKinley home at his earliest convenience One of these letters reached n proud Went Harlson neat the other day It added an Inch to his stature und two to his stomach circumference He had n secret that was burning a hole in his heart He could keep it no longer nails singling out n victim whom he kneu would lie moved by consuming envy took him out of a group in n hotel lob by and In one of the omt ot the twny cot Hers whispered lave you heard trout the major Major who Why Maj McKinley of couree Hasnt he written to you No tutu I dont care a rap if he doesnt He lots to me Look nt that will you I And tlio victim of envy rend the Ohio I uinns compliments without comment and issing the letter book to the proud Indiuniun moved off into tin crowd to say n good word for nay earn didate but McKinley All these letters arc the sequence ol a reqmuit tine Canton candidate made of Chairman Gowdy sonic weeks ago It read like this Mv DKAH GAIT QOWDT Will you kin- dld ly send mo tho names of 25 or CO repub licans In each county of Indiana who will likely support mo Yours respectfully WlLLUM MCKINJUT That is the secret of the majors re membrance of BO mummy ardent friends Cincinnati Knqulrer POINTED PARAGRAPHS Tho republican party of Ohio 1 is Cor McKinley Mr Foraker the gentle bman who owns it bras sold soChicago News Intl McKinley Is still howling at time favorite sons As one of the original pets In this class he thinks that every other state should adopt him Detroit Free Prow McKinley Is n living example of n peopleyby his own foolish theoriesUtica Ob server Even the tom cat on Mr heeds aty tempt of the Pennsylvania favorite son to get his boom oft the ways Chicago TimesHerald vThis thing of southern republic tins declaring for McKinley before Gov Morton has fairly begun to sign checks Is unseemly and unbusinesslike Louis rifle CourierJournal democraticrparty 101 not yet through with trouble over the silver question but the repub lican partys troubles on that score have hardly begun Albany Argus The republican party is a queer trinity just at present One partwants free surer and free trade another pro tection and free silver and a third sound money and protection A rather re fractory threehowt hitch Boston Herald Ind i f N It 1 READY TO STRADDLE McKlaley Attitude oa the Carresey- lalae When Goy Foruker spoke to the Ohio republican convention on taking the chair it was noticeable that he soul nothing about Maj McKlnlcys views an to silver On the contrary he said everybody knew thnt the supreme Issue is whether this country IB to be ruled bv dcmocracvor reimbllcanism TJiltcd Im j I r adnl nrc reb I h in Ill I he tome meIn Inn titat atul ulat atI I toIt Itn1 tpof otid at tIII IIIltI Ltlitiut IIUL 111 1 morts inuohnront and evasive by the matter added The rhetorical flourish that the money of gold silver und paper shall lie as sound III the government und as untarnished its honor is not very impreeivu when we recollect what bad money republicans have thrust I upon UK in times punk sad reflect that they might get into power again If the resolution is properly transmitted it declares for a currency of gold sil wee and paper with which to measure 0111 exchange which Is not materially different from arrant nonsense huts eminently leIlin1cJlNIIUl The resolution adopted nt Minneapo his in 1S02 was written in part by Jones of Nevada and contains the juggling word bimetallism to which silverltes give a meaning altogether different from that which was given it by its Inventors and by souud money men generally Still it might h answered well enough but for the fact that the silver men have Interpreted it ns mean lag free coinage and have declared tint hereafter they will insist upon a definite expression for or against the frt nnd unlimited coinage of sliver at the ratio of sixteen to one The till VCr itci say properly that this is the real IIssue before the country and they nsk fur r deliverance on this point Instead ori tanking it clearer than that of 18U2 Mnj McKinley lion made it vaguer more d rhetorical more unlike th r utterance of I a real advocate of honest money MeKinley is a straddle himself lie j has been on every side of tune sliver question except that of an unbending and uncompromising foe of the degra dation of our currency He cannot IK trusted to veto a sixtcentoone tree coinage bill and such n nun is unfit for the presidency To this personal tit 1cI I die he has now added a platform strad i tile Muj McKinley Is the expectancy and rose of the straddlcrs met the trim mers who call themselves bimetallism without defining what they mean by the term Louisville CourierJournal fin Iteclproclty JJ1c1HUr Senator Culloin in his letter against I McKinley recalls nn episode in the framing of the tariff bill hearing the I batters name which many republic ans appear to have forgotten Ills Bupimrtcra couple his name with the noculled policy of reciprocity hint an Senator Cullom says the truth In thnt MeKinley fought reciprocity with all the force ho had until forced to surrender The surrender was oc casioned by Secretory Ulalnes tint matic smashing of his hat on the table of time commltteroom empha sizing his declaration that the Me Kinley bill nil trained would not make n market for another bushel of American grain or another pound of incriciui menu In his extreme and narrow protectionism McKinley was opposed to foreign trade but the stronger will of lilaine forced him to accept tome reciprocity provision N Y World I I The rumors in rtgnrd to the treaty of peace between MeKinloy and Ioraker at the Ohio state convention are highly Interesting Whatever the igreement was relating to the support if McKinley for president nnd the di vision of the spoils if he should be elected it was reduced so thq quid nunc say to writing and signed by both Anti honker dictated every word that It contained added a delegate who wan represented to bo in the secret Chi agp Chronicle MeKinlcya plutforu straddlct everything but the tariff und on thorn question ho is flatfooted for plunder the people for the protection of nonop I Jy Wheeling HcgLrtcr ii- I I TetdaWeeaMI P 3IatTea4Mlles hy- The JlvMuteB tftw COI t1t Q It JtllJ1 coBll8Ctecl ClriM W oev8l1WeddayUoa fitted With carpets upholstered wife bsdulng toilet rooms etc every cote veaknce Bpecjal afcnt In chat Route via Denver and Salt Lake Sunshine all pmpJllettClint St Chicago DwocMBy the way Sbsdbolttalkteff I of those X raye Bhadbolt Sbeerl- DOffIINo use Dingus Youll matte no X rake from me this time Chicago Trib ue oAa Idle leaaretThe bowels act the part of a scavenger Ila asmuch as they remove much of tho debris Whentheygrowldlaaeglectfulofdut atmoet importance that thoT should bo Im BitIeragriping thorn like a drastic purgative The bilious OLD MoUnII this the newspaper officet bIUSb1InglylIlIIdvert1aetooPh THE well known firm of newspaper ad vertising agents Alden b1 Faxon Cincinnati Ohio will hereafter be known an the boiDIlItompoao1 SATs an exchange There nro poems unwritten nnd songs unsung That bI what reconciles us to llfo =Texas Sittings byUnlosPikes Tootbacho Drops Curo in one mluuto goodVirgilWE think iMaoa Cure for Consumption Is hlJrSNIrPINCltUm OPIKIOX a sovereign mistress of effects Bkskcspcarc I am sixty years of age and from girlhood have been familiar with the name of Ayer rive years ago I become nervous sleeplessI and lost flesh I took a variety of ntedl cities without benefit At last I be san n course of Ayers Sarsaparilla become stronger gained flesh and III J of you natural tho you soundly will Ayers Vice 1iIMCI YOUR FOR is all EYo I you pay 94 9e shoes the VY L Douglas Shoe what shoe YOU caa buy for OVER 100 STYLES AND WIDTHS I SUTTON and made all the Hitselected leather by aklUed men We manufacturer the None unless name and price the Ask your dealer for our 0a- S4 sj3no gano ssss9x 9175 for boys TAKE NO your cannot you und fac toe cap plain site and width Our Custom Jept will fill Jour order Send for now lllus rated ataloffue Box W DOUGLAS rookton Mass tho medtetnt abort all others Jr catarrh worth itt wtlght In cold lean ue ElII Cairo Balm with lotfttv and dots all Out ttatmtd for ctB- Iv j LY sititnlttie WlTea 8le t New Tort xroUKY kahls cared Hook seat SourStomach sometimes and bwndaf pain distress nstAdyspepsia are cured by Hoods Sana parilla This it becaee with its wonderful power as a blood purifier Hoods Sarsaparilla greatly tones and strengthen s the stomach ami digestive organs invigorates the liver creates an appetite gives refreshing sleep and raises the health tone cases of dyspepsia and Indigestion U + seems to have magic touch 11 Per ovor 13 years I suffered from sow Stomachwit- h severe pains across my shoulders and distress I had violent which would leave ma very weak and faint difficult to get my breath These spells came oftener und moro severe I did not rocelvo any loatlng benefit fro physicians but found such happy effects from a trial of hoods Baisaparllla that took several bottles und moan to always keep in tho house I am now ublo to do all my own work which for six years have been unable do My husband and lion have olio been greatly benefited by Hoods Snrsaparillu for pains in the back and after time grip I gladly recommend this grand blood medicine Mns lJTZaIBUIIBT LcomliiHtcr Mass HoodsSarsaparilla tbs OneTrue Blood Purifier Alldru2Rtstslt HOOapS Plls curl tilt Ills and Sick Headache cents A in 1ee The season is Spring Spring when call on your body for all its ener gy tax it to the limit effort Does it answer you when Does it creep unwillingly to work Its tho effect of tho waste of winter So much for the season Now for word If would oat heartily sloop work cosily and feel like a new being toko Ayers Sarsaparilla e This testimonial be found full Cnrebook with a hundred others Address Co Ayer Co Lowell Mass r Its Pure Walter is Pureits Cocoano fillingno 1iLchemicalsWALTER DAKER COLld Dorchester Mass JUt 4 DEALER WI1La DOUGLAS SHOE10 lor ex IJ and It food CONGRESS LACE In kinds of work In world genuine is stamped on bottom Shoe- s9Lao and SUBSTITUTE If dealer supply to g6centstoof or to It L It it and k it it SperrynartordConn i CATARRH UlatalI ludammatoebeatsIrotecgthelembranefrqmodsatnrosahoaeosesof IaqulcklIsspessable OPIUM tDHE naidsell 531 UWIUouI calledwatsrbnh1d accomplishes la a great nausea X it I to Is Liver 25 cc == = Word Season you and call In In J Baker Cos Cocoa J Shoesthan l r II The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Ag- eKENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY eft ROXBURY MASS Has discovered in one of our commons pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula PimpleHe eleven hundred fl cases and never failed except In twocases both thunder humor He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of Its value all within twenty miles of Boston Send postal card for book j A benefit is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure Is warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains like needles passing through them the same with the Liver or Bowels This Is caused by the ducts be Inc stopped and always disappears In a week alter taking it Read the label If the stomach is foul or bilious it Witt cause squeamish feelings at first 3 No change of diet ever necessary Eat the best you can get and enough of H Dose one tablespoonful In water at bed time Sold by nil Druggists 1 LATESTand 100 fit f1 2000 ft WELL DRILLING MACHINES I LOOMIS II JIYJUJIr 1DnJt OJDO liWE11AVEA Nr aMpwheretale KreryUitav warms X too stytea ef CMT Aoe styles ef Harsew fen Ilhtlafrile t s- ELI11ARI c ul- At 0w x t S y- I ti- r arHE NEWSPAPERS Eyea That Are Watchful to SM tlaa Worlds Doings of u Day rMbUike Sometimes pcoar Without Intea tlon to Mo HarmfulTito Paper Muit Print the Evil as Wet M the Goo- dNewsDr TaltaBgct SeriuoH Dr Talmogos text Sunday was And tho wheels were full of eyes Esekiel x 12 For all tho Athenians and strangers which wcro there spent their time at nothing else but either to tell or to hear somo now thing Acts xvII 21- What is a preacher to do when ho finds two texts equally good and suggestive In that per plexity I take both Wheels full of eyes What but tim wheels of a newspaper printing press Other t wheels are blind They roll on pulling or crushing Tho manufacturers wheel how it grinds tho oporator with fatigue and rolls over nerve and mus 4lo and bone and heart not knowing what it docs The sowing machine wheel sees not tho aches and pains fastened to Ittighter titan tho band that moves it sharper than tho needle which it plies Every moment of every hour of every day of every month 1i every year there are hundreds of ofI sands of wheels of mechanism ot enterprise wheels of hard whlolsI motion but they are oyoloss Not so tho wheels of tho printing press Their entire business is to look and report They are full of optic nerves from axle to periphery They are like those spoken of by Ezekiel as full of eyes Sharp eyes nearsighted farsighted They look up They look down They look far away They take in tho next street and the next hemisphere Eyes of criticism eyes of investigation a eyes that twinkle with mirth eyes glowing with indignation eyes tender with love eyesof sunpicion eyes of hope blue eyes black ovsfl green eyes holy eyes evil eyes sore eyes political eyes literary eyes historical eyes religious eyes eyes that soo everything And the wheels were full of oyes But In my second text is the worlds cry for the newspaper Paul describes a class of people in Athens who spent their time either in gathering tho news or telling it Why especially in Athens Because the more intelligent people bo come tho more inquisitive they are not about small things but great things The question then most frequently is the question now most frequently asked What is the news To answer that cry in tho text far tho newspaper tho centuries have put their wits to work China first succeeded and has at Peking a newspaper that has been printed every week for 1000 years printed on silk Rome succeeded by publishing tho Acta Dlurna in tho tame columu putting fires murders marriages and tempests Franco succeeded by a physician writing out tho nows of tho day for his patients England succeeded under Queen Elizabeth in first publishing tho news of tho Spanish Armada and go Ing on until she had enough enter prise when tho battle of Waterloo was fought deciding tho destiny of Europe to give It onethird of a column In tho London Morning Chronicle about as much as tho newspaper of our day gives of a small fire America succeeded by Benjamin Harris first weekly paper called Public Oecuroncos published in Boston in 1090 and by the first daily the American Advertiser published In Philadelphia in 1784 t The newspaper did not suddenly spring upon tho world but came grad ually Tim genealogical line of tho newspaper is this The Adam of tho race was a circular or newsletter cre ated by 11vino impulse in human nat are and the circular begat tho pam phlet and the pamphlet begat tho quarterly and tho quarterly begat tho weekly and tho weekly begat tho lomiwcokly and tho semiweekly be gat tho daily nut alas by what n struggle It came to Its present develop ment No sooner had its power been demonstrated than tyranny and superstition shackled it Toro is nothing that despotism so fears and hates as n printing press It has too many eyes in its wheel A great writer declared that tho Icing of Naples made It unsafe for him to write of anything but natural history Austria could not enduro ICossuths journalistic pen pleading for the redemption of Hungary Napoleon L trying to keep his iron heel on tho neck of nations said Editors are tho regents of sovereigns and tho tutors of nations and are only fit fur prisons But the battle for tho freedom of tho pros was fought in tho courtrooms of England and Amor ica and decided before this century began by Hamiltons eloquent plea for J Peter Mongers Gazette in America and Erskines advocacy ol tho freedom of publication in England Theso wore tho Marathon and Thermopylae in which tho freedom of tho press was established in tho United States and Great Britain and ill tho powers of earth and hell will never again be able to put on tho hand Duffs and hopples of literary and poUt cal despotism It is notable that Thomas Jefferson who wrote tho Dec laration of American Independence wrote alsohIf I had to choose between a government without newspapers or newspapers without a govern ment I should prefer the latter Stung by some base fabrication coming to us in print we OOBW to writs ere w smxskof the unbridled printing press or our sew book ground up an unjust Critic We como to writ- or speak of the unfairness of the printing press or perhaps through our own indistinctness of utterance we aro reported as saying just thn opposite of what wo did say and there is a small riot of semicolons hyphens and com mas and wo come to speak or write of tho blundering printing press or see- Ing a paper filled with divorce cases or social scandal wo speak and write of the filthy printing press or seeing a journal through bribery wheel round from one political side to the other In ono night wo speak of the currupt printing press and many talk about the lampoonery and the empiricism and thembunsculottsism of tho printing press youhavenod everlasting blessing of u good newspaper Thank God for tho wheel full of eyes Thank Gol that wo do not have like the Athenians to go about to gather up and relato tho tlif ings of the day fin o tho oinnivoroiw newspaper does both for us Thu grandest temporal blessing that Gol has given to tho nineteenth century Is tho newspaper We would have butter appreciation of this blessing If we knew tho money time brain tho losses till exasperations time anxieties tho woar and tear of heartstrings involved in tho production of u good newspaper ln tier the Impression that almost anybody can make a newspaper scores of inexperienced capitalists every year enter the lists and conse i quently during time lust few years a newspaper has tiled almost every day I The disease is epidemic Time large papers i swallow tho smaller ones whale taking down CO minnows at thuII swallow With more than 7000 und weeklies in the tnlted States and Canada there are but 30 a half century old Newspapers do not average more than five years existence Tho most of them the of cholera infantum It Is high tine that the people found out that the most successful way to sink money and keep It sunk is to sturt a newspaper There comes a time when almost every ono is smitten with tho newspaper mania and starts one or have stock in ono ho must or die The course of procedure Is about this A literary roan has an agricultural scientific or political or religious idea which ho wants to ventilate Ho has no money of his ownliterary men seldom lmaYe nut ho talks of his Ideas among confidential friends untllthoy become inflamed with tho Idea and forthwith they buy typo and press and rent composing room and gather a corps of editors and with a prospectus that proposes to cure everything the first copy is flung on the attention of an admiring world After a while ono of tho plain stockholders finds that no great revolution has been affected by this dully or weekly publication that neither sun nor moon stands still that the world goes on lying and cheating and stealing just ns it did lujforo the first issue The aforesaid mnatter of fact stock holder wants to sell out his stock but nobody wants to buy and other stock holders get infected and sick of news papcrdom and an enormous bill at tho paper factory rolls Into an avalanche and tho printers refuse to work until back wages arc paid up mud the com positor bows to tho managing editor managing editor bows to the editor 1n chief and the editorinchief bows to tho directors and the directors bow td theworld at large and all the subscribers wonder why their paper doesnt come The world will have to learn that a newspaper is ns much of an institution ns tho hank of England or Yale college and Is not an enterprise If you have tho aforesaid agricultural or scientific or religious or political Idea to venti late you had better charge upon tho world through the columns already established It Is folly for any ono who can not succeed at anything else to try nowspapcrdom If you can not climb tho hill back of your house it is folly to try tho sides of the Matter horn To publish a newspaper requires tho skill the precision tho boldness tho vigilance the strategy of a command er In chief To edit a newspaper re quires that ono be a statesman an es sayist geographer a statistician and in acquisition encyclopedias To man to govern to propel a newspaper until It shall be a fixed Institution a nation al fact demand more qualities than any business on earth If you fool like starting any newspaper secular or re ligious understand that you arc being threatened with softening of tho brain or lunacy and throwing your pocket book into your wifes lap start for somo insane asylum before you do something desperate Meanwhllo as tho dead newspapers week by week aro carried out to tho burial all tho liv ing newspapers give respectful obit uaries telling when they wore born and when they died Tho bust printers ink should give at least olio stickful of epi taph If it was a good paper say Peace to its ashes If it was a bad paper I suggest the epitaph written for Francis Chartreuse Hero continuoth to rot tho body of Francis Chartreuse who with an inflexible constancy and uniformity of life persisted in tho prao tlco of every human vice excepting prodigality and hypocrisy his lasatla blo avarlcQ exempted him from tho first bUmatcHlc impuaeifcefroM the second I say this because I want you toknp that M j healehon i lire entertalfllbff neweWP r U mo an t y- I Q t 0 r easy blessing but ore that cosset to us through tho lire Vlrst of all newspaper make knol edge democratic and for tho multitude The public library ba haymow Ise high up that few can reach it while the newspaper throws down the tonigi to our feet Public libraries urn the reservoirs whore tho great Roods are stored high up and away off Tin newspaper is tho tunnel that brings them down to the pitchers of all the people The chief use of our great 11 brarles is to make newspapers out of Great libraries make a few men anti women very wise Newspapers lift whole nations into tho sunlight Better have fifty million people moderate ly iutollingont than ono hundred thousand scions A fals lnN lou m abroad that newspaper knowledge Iis ephemeral because periodicals are thrown aside and not ono out of ten thousand people tilts thorn for futur reference Such knowledge so far from being ephemeral goes into the very structure of the worlds heart tutu brain anti deckles the destinyof churches and nations Knowledge on the shelf IU of little worth It is Icnowl Irtgn afoot knowledge hnnu sed Unowleilgo in revolution knowledge winged knowleiliro projected knowl edge thumlerboUotl So far from being ephemeral nearly till tao bet mlmls and hearts have their hands on the printing proud today and have hail sluice It got oinuncljritcd Adams maul Hancock nUll Otto used to go to tho lies ton Gazette nUll compose articles on the rights of tho peoplv Ilonjumtn lrunhlin Do Witt Clinton Hamilton Jefferson Qulney were strong In news papertlom Many of time immortal things that have peen published In book form first appeared In what you unity call tho ephemeral periodical All MucauluyH essays first appeared Inn review All Curlylos all Buskins all Melntoshs all Sydney Smiths all Hnxlitts all Thackerays alt time ole vated works of fiction In our day are reprints from periodicals in which they appeared us serials Tennysons poems Burns poems Longfcllows poems Emersons poems Lowells poems Whlttiers poems were once fugitive pieces You can not find ten literary men in Christendom with strong minds anti grout hearts but uro or have been somewhat connected with the newspaper printing press While tho book will always have its place tho newspaper Is more potent Because the latter is multitudinous do not con elude it is necessarily superficial If u man should from childhood to old ago see only his Bible Websters dictionary and his newspaper ho could bo prepar ed for all the duties of this life and nil tho happiness of the next Again a good newspaper Is a useful mirror of life as it is It is sometimes complained that newspapers report tho evil when they ought only report tho good They must report tho evil as well an tho good or how shall we know what is to be reformed what guarded against what fought down A newspaper that pictures only tho honesty und virtue of a society is a misrepre sentation That family is best pro pared for the duties of life which know lug the evil Is taught to nelcet the good Keep children under tho impression that all IH fair and right In the world and when they go out into It they will be ns poorly prepared to struggle with it as a child who Is thrown into tho middle of tho Atlantic and told to learn how to swim Our only complaint Is when sin is made attractive and immorality dull when vice iIs painted with great headings and good deeds are put in obscure corners iniquity set up in great primmer and righteousness in nonpareil Sin Is loathsome make it loathsome Virtue Iis beautiful make it beautiful It would work a vast improvement if all our papers religious political lit erary should for tho roost part drop their Impersonality This would do better jistlco to newspaper writers Mummy of tho strongest and best writers of tho country live and die unknown and fire denied tholr just fume The vast public never learns who they cue Most of them are on comparatively small income and utter tiwhilu their hand forgets its cunning wad they ure without resources left to die Why not at must lute his initials attached to his most Important work It always gave additional force to an article when you occasionally saw added to some significant article In tho old Now York Courier and Enquirer J W W or In the Tribune IL tl or in tho Herald J O B or in tho Times Ii1 Itor in the Evening Post W C 11 or In tho Evening Express E B While this arrangement would bo a fair and just thing for newspaper writers it would bo n defense for the public It is eo betimes true that things damaging to private character aro said Who is responsible It is tho woof the editorial or reportorial columns Every man in every profes slon or occupation ought to be re sponsible for what ho does No honorable man will over write that which ho would bo afraid to sign But thousands of person have suffered from the impersonality of newspa pers What can our private citizen wronged in his reputation do in a con test with misrepresentation multipliedI Into 20000 to 50000 copies An fn lustUe done in print is ultimately worse than an injustice doe In private life During loss of teniper H man may say that for which he will be sorry in ten minutes bat a aewapaper injustice has first tobe written set up 1In type that the proof takes off aad res4 aad J s- T edrroflUd ad than toy MX ort nt heart the presses are lusy running o1Y thi la sue Plenty of time to correct Plenty of time to cool off Plenty of tiffs t repent Hut all that Is hidden IK thtI Impersonality of newspaper Itw11l1 be a long fitup forward when till ii changed nnl newspaper writers get credit for tUo good and are heldrwpou slble for UCuU- nother atop forward for newspaper dom will be when In our oollogcn and universities wo open opportunities foi preparing candidates for the editorial chain We have in such Institution mcdtcml departments law department why not editorial departments ljthe legal anti healing profession demand mow culture nnd careful training titnn tho editorial or reportorial profession I know men may tumble by what soonis accident into n nowtipapor oillcu us they assay tttmblo Into other occupations but it would bonn Incalculable advantage 11 those proposing n newspaper life hail nu institution to which they might go to learn the qualifications the responsiI bilities the trials tho temptations the dangers tho magniilointipportunlUod of mmftpaper life Lot there ben luc tureship In which there shall appeal the leading oilllorsof tho United State telling time story of tholr strugjUs their victories their mistakes how they wofkbd and whut they found out to bo the best way of working flare will bo strong men who will climb fir without such aid Into editorial power niul otllulouoy So do inun climb up tc HUCCOVI in other branches by sheertfrit lint if wo want learned Institutions tc make lawyers and nrtlsts and duo torn and ministers wo much more need learned Institutions to make editors who occupy a position of influence n hundredfold greater I do not put thuI truth too strongly when 1 say the must I potent influence for good on earth Is n good editor and the most potent Intlu once for evil IsR bad one Tho best way to reinforce mind improve tho newspaper is to endow editorial professor atoms When will Princeton or liar vurd or Yale or Rochester load tho way Another blessing of tho newspaper is thu foundation it laysl for accurate his tory of time time in which wo live We for tho most part blindly guess about time ages that nntodnto tho newspapers and are dependent upon tho prejudices of this or that historian Hut after a hundred or two years what u splendid opportunity tho historian will have to teach the people tho lesson of this day Our Bancrofts got from the early newspapers of this country from tho Boston News- Letter tho New York Gacotte and the American Hug Bag and Royal Gazet teer and Independent Chronicle and Massachusetts Spy and tho Phlludol phia Aurora accounts of Perry vic tory and Hamiltons duel and Wash Ingtous death and Boston massacre anti the oppressive foreign tax on lux uries which turned Boston Harbor Into a teapot and Paul Ravoros midnight ride and Rhode Island rebellion and South Carolina nullification INTERESTING ITEMS TIIKIU are 114130 fowor children be- Ing educated in French primary schools than there were live years ago TUB onion is an historic vegetable having been used since tho dawn oi history by the Greeks the Romans and tho Egyptians AN orange 10 Inches in circumference was taken from a tree at Pomona Cal It is to bo sent to Europe UN u specimen of California fruit A BKKIKTOV of an Indian six feet six incites long and 34 inches across time shoulders enclosed in a stone coflln was discovered In a mound near Shul byvlUe hul- A JOINT legislative committee of Mas sachusetts has reported in favor oi erecting a statue of Gen Butler on the state house grounds at n cost of 50000 oPPolIluon tionQUKPV VICTORIA will be represented at tho czars coronation by tho duke of Connaught uo tho prince of Wales can not arrange to bo present The princess will bb there with her unmarried daughters- A MifisiHtuiTJ legislative committee Is entitled to the first prize for econo my line legislature appropriated gJOO for the committee on location of u harbor to make a trip to tho coast and now tho members are buck with 8140 leftAN authority on deaf mutes says that the ratio of deaf mutes to hearing U about ono to each 1000 according to which these are about 40000 such persons in time United Status and about 1000000 in tho worlds entire popuhv Lion HAIIHV FUIINIHH the English carle turlst who mtido a brief tour of the United States last year is lecturing U England on America in a Hurry illustrating his remarks by throwing pictures from his sketch book on a screen MR AND Mns JOHN MOULDKK of Rusfiittvlllo Ind recently celebrated their sixtyninth wedding anniversary he being 01 years old and she 00 Mr Moulder came to Indiana from North Carolina in 1910 and lived successively in Orange Parke Clinton and Howard counties He was one of time comiiilsv sioGtr appointed by the I yinlatura is 1844 to locate the county seat of how ard county now the oity ot Kokowo lily first vote for president was east for John Qttlncy Adams ia iM aad 4ftet that he voted thehIktiekrtsill3ng- as that party existed1 a4 Utea tiMTr prtlieam tWkti T r 5 1 v ii fI n r r- n a or OiIRfLvtTtRtT Th4 spider produce allk of ft ifclf 4alUy tat the dIMcaltyof apt looduetabandonment ot all efforts to proiiMo spicier silk lust to change liie luck PoUeeoJman obtnol Chicago jwrpowly kwtleil against a humpbucked r taM lie soon afterward discovered yrjih tfct aid of another officer that the hum was formed of a package of stolen silks ami linens At the tints of his death recently Othnlcl Gayer of Norwich Conn WM tho oldest town clerk in the Unital States in point of continuous service Bud perhaps also in point of age lit was 00 years old nnd lead held oMc continuously for a little more thaw W years A race against death was lately made by Samuel Lance u boy of 4t of Akron 0 Ho was drawing a charge from a rifle when the weapon waR dlH charged lodging a bullet just below his heart lie saddled and rode his horae two miles to a doctors house where he fainted on the doorstep nnd noon after died Thom seem yet to bo unexplored wilds for tho bicycle and the trolley car to penetrate Tho locul debating so duty of hose township Oakland county Mich recently discussed tho question Which is snore necessary to mankind tho horsu or tho cow nUll decided for tho horse by an almost unanimous vote John P Swoope of Huntlngton county Pa made a record ns H trapper during last year that has never been equaled in tho state Hq collected 00750 in bounties for scalps of animals killed In tho county during tho year This sum represent not far from 1000 animals of nil sorts He received more than half of the bounties paid by theyy county THE HONEST DANE Not Mo tout When Abroad as When at hunt tlI like nil the Dines from the profes sionals us they nun called to time stolid little country children who cap HO as siduously to tho stranger man nut with this proviso That they have not adulterated their native character with too much of tho tincture of cosmopoli tanism Tho American Dune is often a highly unplcaslng specimen of a man Ho hums assimilated perforce much ot tho vulgarity and dollar worship HO common in tho country of his adoption nml ho openly despises lute un traveled compatriots for their slum plicity and contentment in thatuUitoof a life In which circumstances and their own want of enterprise lava fixed them Time genuine Dane would I believe rather die than client his fellow man mill especially n stranger But your emigrant Dune homo for a holiday from Iowa or Minnesota or worse still returned OH incapable in quite another pair uf shoes Withal if English traders in Danish butter and meat amid Eng lish importers of cycles to this excel lent cycling country arc to bo believed in all honest dealing time Danish trader is us keen for hid own Interests as ho ought to bo for time sake of his self re pretVo are not rich hero in Denmark rnlil to me a stalwart farmer who haul been coaxed into my room at a wayslitu inn merely because he hud a little Eng lish hut we do not spend much Hq mill Ills household a largo ono ate margarine All his butter wcnttoEngfland Ills pleasures at the Inn tau evening were not of tho costly kind n penny cup of coffee or n threehalf penny bottle of Ingcr beer with pcrlmpn n cigar at five for twopence Ho illsa bused my mind of tho Idea that ltla country Is lightly taxed and that it knows next to nothing of trials like ours under time poor laws I was sorry to hear moreover that there arc wicked old men In Denmark who assign their property to their children and play the pauper throwing themselves upon their native parlxh which is then hound to maintain them They cannot be nu merous however And time same maybe sold of the privileged estates of certain notorious Individuals which pay Roth Jag towards time burdens of the state Tho Dane loves fair treatment and he would feel more affection for good U tlcHpotlo King Christian IX if he would remedy these undeniable frtev anew Cornhlll Magazine Herlouitly CoHtldttreit II lope Jennie that you have given attic mutter serious conblilerntlon said a lady to a servant girl whe hwl llven notion bccniiHtt she wait to be married that day two weeks Oh I have mamu wits time carAeet reply 1vo been to two fortune tellers and n clairvoyant nml looked In aaJKu hook timid lienmetI on n look otSi hair und been to one of tliem ziHterrohs agora ands to R mcujum sail tk1y tel nIl to go nhead mapm I aint OM Mi narry reckless like waa nM + TII Bits tlIoaslWy a MUUkc Good Old Liidy toherneplwwspi e- spreaelmerJatrmes why did ycm ewM liemlnlHtryV IkCHUsti t was called James sushi1 the old Mftaa qke looked up from Wtj lioles are YOM ears It it hoc able Yi h1ti V 1V16I1rr I t 1 Jdra e- tJ a Oi I i t o w f t y 1 f r Gi- y I111 r 0 C j tlL T I w MTV n 1 J Ucba wdhft8iBolartiinft iPII WIn lljjistier tfind nit Hnii4vJt have adoptedistandard time The t byMMd child of Wed Wntts of Olarkcounty was burned to death last irnlc by accidentally falling into tho Are 1 The Richmond Nicholasvjlle Irvjno J BsaUyvlllo railroad will be sold on May Or Tho least money tint will got it Je 1510000 Tho Infant daughtdr of Abraham El- M = fron clothing merchant nt Winchester got a small collar button in her throat arid was choked to death William Bramel n hiorphinn fiend committed suicide at Mt Qiload He was found sitting in a chair with his 1 throat cut froiu ear to ear Too hnndaomo brick residence oflsanc l 0 Vanmotcr jr of Clark county was totally destroyed by fire last week Loss about 8000 with no Insurance Rudolph Stcinbcrgcr gets a life sera teucout Muufurdville for tho murder of hisI cousin Annie Doll Steinberger It is thought there will bo no appeal or mo thou for a now tria- llbontturlloygoncral of Kentucky y holdt that state warrant UfO tint legal tender for debts duo the state by con tractors and that neither tho sheriff nor c banks can fiubntituto warrants for money In settling their tuxes Aunt Snlllo Darnell of Odessa dill trict Hath county has an oven that has been in tho family for eightysix years j nlie got Iit from her mother in law sixty years ago nnd tho latter wild she had it- t twentysix years and bought it second handDuring his thirtyfive years of minis Herlrtl life lltv JJ P Hurigerford has performed tho umrriiiijo ceremony for 1010 couplet and not ono of tho awn bor has over applied fur u divorce Thin shows how securely ho tics tho matri monial knot Shelby Now John Price who owns nod operates n saw mill near IJurlow was very badly injured by falling on a circular saw running full head Ills right leg was cut front the knee to tho hip tho saw cut ting into tho boiio before tho unfortu note man could got away from it While hunting and fishing Mr James Daiighorty of Cynthliuui shot a small bird which fell by an old tomato can In picking up thj can Mr Daughorty found that contained four gold watches nil of which wero running The finder and Henry lloblnson u policeman re turned to the spot to await the return of tho owner or thief In tho Mason county circuit court a party was convicted of grand larceny nnd sent to tho penitentiary Ho was accused of stealing 20 Ho aworo ho found tho money limo evidence showed that if ho found it ho converted it to his own use and spout it without ankle any chart to find tho owner The court ruled thnt if tho accused found tho money and made no effort to discover the ownor and converted tho money to his own use ho wits guilty of grand lar ceny and was punishable by imprison t lent At Ilarrodiburg a man was fined 2 for gelling a sandwich on Sunday On that solf sumo Sabbath dozens of people spout a dollar or two each at tho hotels for things to cat and nothing was said about it but when n poor devil without money enough to go to the hotel for something to cut bought n split biscuit with a thin slice of tough meat in it for a nickel tho nine who sold it was fined for it And tho railroads hauled num bert of people through tho town mud out of it nnd into it who had to pay for ildiugi and tho roads woro not fined cither Richmond Climax At Athol In Broathitt county Ocorgo W Mnwfom and John Itawninn Andy Barrett and John Fugato desperate young fellows entered tho Presbyterian church whore services woro being con ducted by tho Rev n B Digital of Bath county They commenced flourish Ing pistols trod cursing aloud causing men women and children to disperse through tho doors nnd windows rhoII ROY BlggtafT taking in tho situation I appealed to God to send down upon tho young men tho wrath of heaven lioII prar vehemently for some time before the desperadoes woro attracted by his 1 IWPfde but when the congregation had j MpeIHd they became panic stricken I Mil eonmeac d to tremble in tbo pres I 1 1Renee of the minister For some seconds I i j tIM coultt not move under the iufiuiact r J t theytI tkavtaiittatcr jrtlllt praylag Warraata I ten1mm Jnn4 for then urN t 5 n rII JI- D I i- k 1 ftii Xewelrtleli- A I gasoline motor bicycle isI tho latest idea A Mil for the erection of a fcdoial prison In the south has been reported favorably in the senate I A policeman in Now York city took a dose of quinine which crazed him and he sent a bullet through hid bruin ExPresident Hut Mrs Harrison held their first informal reception at their homo in Indianapolis on Tuesday last It is now claimed that the murderers of Pearl Bryan throw her head into tho Ohio river from tho suspension bridge New York stale farmers near Cannnda guia are using potatoes for fuel the crop being unsalable oven at 2 cents n bushel- A Boston dog of time King Charles breed and weighing only two pounds w8IlIoldrecontly to Prince Bismarck of Germany for 1000 At Tiffin Ohio tho weather has been so hot for the past ten days that horses roll dead in harness and n number of persons were overcome by the heat Charles Morris tho confessed murderer I committed suicide in the jail nt Xenia Ohio by cutting his throat when told to get ready to go to Columbus to lung I Agnen Shivers a 17 year old girl of Springfield Ohio died lint week from an attack of measles which she hud thir teen years ago und from which she never recoveredSenator Hill interested the senate with a speech defending Secretary Carlisle against the insinuation of those who arc pushing the proposed investigation of tho bond issues A barber in Chicago IHCIIIL sweet death Ho lay down under a molasses barrel opened the gate and let tho mo IIIXSCH run down hU throat until the job proved successfulI Tho Taylor brother broke jail at Car rolton Mo lust week They were to hnng April IO fur the munlca of the Mocks family William was recaptured but Qcorgo Is still at large After lying four days in n trance nt Pleasant Valley Ind Mrs Ildn Nelson hats been revived She said thnt she had conversed with Christ and laud seen many strange visions She is slowly re covering There arc over 3000 public libraries with over 1000 volumes each in this country containing an aggregate of 60 000000 books The fact that the list grows rapidly nay be mentioned with pardonublo pride Secretary Carlisle spoke on the cur rency question nt tho auditorium in Chicago Wednesday night of last week to a largo audience Three fourths of those present were laboring mOil under whoso auspices the address was given ThoMoivlnlcy huttoiiH of which many millions have been made shuns his pic Protectiongand below Home Uulc The amusing faaturo Is that the buttons arc made of Walsh tin bIi Domucratic firm in New YorkA I good example to refer to of tho negro capacity for eating watermelon is that of a Dalton Ga negro who recently ate at ono sitting on n wager a 65pound watermelon of lust seasons crop that hud been preserved in cotton seedA buffalo breeding park has been established cxpcrlmontaly at Adrian Mich by a big wire famine milking concern Five buffaloes woro bought from tho commissioners of Lincoln Park Chicago u few days ago to stuck tho parkA I remarkable quartet of persons wero tho only guests at tho Stewart House Island Point Vt on a recent Sunday Ono of tho guests was u 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