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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lJ tr t1tr J- J nI cift u ThE HAZEL GREEi + 1 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor or o N Uy World With News From All Nntlona Xmiibrlug nt III Jlnek a Sloo A YEAR Always In1 Aev ne t TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 80 1890 NUMBER 6 itit Rich RedHood Is absolutely essential to health It la secured easily and naturally by taking Hoods Sarsaparllla but Is 1m possible to get it from socalled II ncrvo tonics and opiate compounds ab i surdly advertised BSII blood purl i Hers They havo temporary sleeping i ieffect but do not CURE To have pnro BloodAndgood health tako Hoods Sarsaparilla which has first Fast and all thu time been advertised as just what it Istho best medicine for tho blood over pro 1 duced Its success in curing Bcrofuja t Salt Rheum Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Nervous Prostration and That Tired Feeling have made a HoodsSarsaparilla The Ono True lllood Purifier AH druggists SI i rohfoodSI 1 Icos1oiIanWINCHESTER IN H WITIIEUSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer f chants armors traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky- and offers ito customer every facility ana the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KYt o CAPITAL 200000 l SURPLUS 80000 o J M niGRTAFP President O L KIHKPATUICK Vice President W w THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit tho huslnoss of uicr chants farmers trader nod business men generally throughout Kastern Kentucky A general nanklnf business done Give us a chancu to send you u bank book pay your checks nnd loan you money when in need 1y W TnoMiHOjc CniliKor 1 COMBS HOUSE CAMPION KY J B HOT rON PiioiMUBTOR i Tin pntroniiuo of the traveling public it respectfully solicited Table the best nud s every attention to tho comfort of trucsts QLAUICNDON HOTELj Cur Short and lliiiPKtoiiH Street IKXINdTOff KY 1 IrnprictorIThls Lex t liiKtoii nud Kastern K lt1Oput is llrtclaRs nud rates reasonable The pntJunnco I of the mountain people In solicited and the best treatment assured ilD at JTn BEN CO j c j KY 1 Sole agency for South Bond Plows j t lA 1 MOORS IHardware OATLETTSBURG WILLIAMSON Cutlery FLOYD BYRD Campton Ky f ATTORNEYATLAWpSr collccttlOIlDaySitIAHOWARD STAMPERArronxEYATLAW p OAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts ofWolfe and the adjoining counties All InislnesR entrusted to ou tare wilPrccelve prompt attention T ANGOCamptoll JOHNSON SWAN- GOATTORNEYSATLAW Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir cult courts Collections promptly made rind abstracts of title furnished on short notice J A WAttXtftXXE M D Physioian and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Ki Surgery nnd obstetrics nancclnlty IW J SEITZ wrenWI 00JOBBERS I- XrwarAlrlculturllll limits IRONTON O I WASHINGTON LETTER From Our Regular Correspondent WASHINGTON April 23 lanG No intelligent man could have been in Washington this week without being convinced of the truth of tho adage Extremes meet The delegates to the national arbitration conference com posed of more than BOO prominent citi zens representing 88 states who came to Washington to push along the Idea of compulsory arbitration of international I disputes were met by tho Venezuelan question which has again assumed threat I cuing proportions by reason of Lord Salisburys latest communication refus ing tho proposals of this government and tho consequent renewal of war talk among belligerent congressmen And they also found congressmen talking of declaring war against Spain because of tho reported cccrot cxecuion of Walter Dygert a young American who has been in o Cuban prison and whose release had boon positively promised the state de partment Notwithstanding these drawbacks the arbitration conference was n success and was a long step towards the adoption of a policy of arbitration by this government wherever possible Tho A P A fight in the house may be renewed when the senate amendment allowing two years to change the Indian sectarian schools into government schools comes up Tho A P A men in tho house succeeded in putting a proviso in this bill forbidding tho payment of a dollar by tho government to Indian schools which are under sectarian man agement and it is thought they will re fuse to accept tho senate amendment as the compromise it was intended to be Ono of tho most unique propositions over submitted to congress is contained in tho resolution offered by Senator Can non of Utah providing for an Inquiry into the feasibility of the construction near Washington of a topographical map of the United States on a scale of one inch to the mile It did not need the speech of Senator Cannon in favor of his resolution to convince anybody that such a map would give such an object lesson of the appearance of OUT country IIH could not bo obtained by years of studying printed mops but whether It is feasible to make nnd maintain such a map is the first thing to be considered According to Mr Caiinonn own figures tho map would cover 025 acres As it could not he covered it would be necessary to construct the map out of sumo tort of weather rotating material and iti all the rivers and lakes are to ho shown by real water it would have to he mnde of something that would taut rash awny That it would bo a toad thing to have thoro iis no doubt but like some other good things it may bo too costly for every day use Tho avcnigo politician is n gullible in dividual and tho more prominent ho is the more gullible ho appears to bo This statement may appear somewhat strong but it is fully proven by the ease with which two slick tongued colored indi viduals claiming a pull with tho voters of the race touched Senators Hill and Allison and Representative Gros vonor of Ohio who is the custodian of time Washington end of tho McKInloy boom i and tho queerest part of tho transaction was that when tho frauds were exposed and confronted by tho three gentlemen they had worked neither of them would agree to proio cute time rascals but all agreed In advis ing the chief of the capitol police to lot them go with a warning to keep away from tho capitol building Such advice was in tho nature of nn order and was of course followed Certainly tho bare fact that two uuknowu coloredumcn with no bettor credentials than their own claims to control votes could get money from those men is proof enough of tho gullibility of politicians They called themselves Democrats when they went to see Senator Hill and claimed residence in New York They wero Re publicans when they saw the other gen tlomen The most startling bit of presidential news of the week is a story that if the Democratic sliver men control the Chi cago convention they may nominate Senator Cameron of Penn y1vanla for president According to tho story M- riLc1k u Cameron has been sounded in n diplo matic way by Democratic sliver senators as to whether he would accept the nomi nation and tho belief is that ho would Those who regard tho story as probable point to Senator Camerons recent state rent to his Pennsylvania friends that he did not wish to bo sent to the Republi can national convention as a delegate They think this indicates a desire on his part to be left free to act as ho pleases in the presidential campaign INTERESTING FIGURES Presented by Secretary Carlisle in His Recent Chicago Speech The banks trust companies building associations nod other similar institutions own time people of the United States to day 5823 138f21 for money tctually depositeda sum nearly tight times great er than tutu lutitl capital of nil the nu tionnl banks of time country while time life insurance policies held by the people in time various kinds of corporations and associations and In force today amount to 10203804JG7 a larger stun than has been actually invested in till our railroads and about fifteen times larger than the capital of all tho national banks In view of these facts which can out bo successfully disputed I submit that you ought to seriously consider all tho con sequences to yourselves and your fellow citizens before you agree to tho free and unlimited coinage of legal tender silver at u ratio of 10 to 1 in order that these corporations and associations may have the privilege of discharging their debts to the people by paying filftyono or fiftytwo cents on the dollar for that is exactly what it means It is a low esti mate to say that each ono of the deposit ors in savings and other banks and In building associations and each holder of a life insurance policy and member of a mutual benefit and assessment associa tion has dependent on him or her an average of at least two persona and If so a majority of all our people are directly or indirectly creditors of these corporations mud associations and nro interested in time preservation of a standard of value which will insure thu payments of their claims in as good money as they parted with when they made their loans or deposits or paid their assessments or premiums Every dollar the people put into these bulks and trust companies and other institutions and every dollar they paid for insurance was worth otto hundred cenU and would procure one hundred cents worth of com unudities in tho market when they earned It and when they invested it timid they havo an unquestionable right to demand that it shall bo refunded to them in dollars worth ono hundred cents everywhere The adoption of any policy that would deprive thorn of this right would not only tuflctcunurnuous lose upon thorn but would seriously impair their faith in time fidelity and utility of such insti tutions that attempts to accnmulHto and save surplus earnings would be abandoned or at least greatly discouraged fur n long time to cone U But if free and unlimited coinage of legal tender silver at the ratio of 1C to 1 is established in this country a very large part of tho money deposited in these various kinds of savings institutions will not even be paid in depreciated silver but will bo wholly lout because sucha reckless monetary system would precipi tate a financial panic which very few if any of tho depositories could smrvlvo I doubt that there is a single financial institution in time country that could sustain tho pressure that would bo irnmc i dlatoly made upon it by its depositors and other creditors when it became ap parent that our standard of value was to be lowered and our currency to be de predated by free coinage Payment of all obligations hold abroad would be demanded in gold nt onto i every investment of foreign capital In this country would be instantly withdrawn i every man who owed a debt at home or abroad would bo called upon to pay it i all do positors in banks and other institutions would want to withdraw their money at tho same time i no loans could bo ne gotiated and no credit would be given because no man would lend money or bell property on time when he knew with absolute certainty that ho would be paid In a depreciated currency Creditors d p = c fd would not wait for tho actual passage of n free coinage law but as soon as such a measure had received th6 approval of tho people at an election they would de mand their money and if not paid they would enforce its collection by judicial proceedings and tho forced sale of prop arty It Iis useless for you and me or anybody else to say that depositors in banks and other creditors ought not to pursue this course when a crisis comas or is apprehended for they always have pursued it and always will unless human nature itself should be changed GASPING IN THE THROES OF DEATH While His Convict Son Chattel Merrily As He Loft the Scene For His Prison Cell In tho hospital ward nt time Eastern Kentucky insane asylum Smith Cnibtrco lies gasping for breath and ere these lines are read his mission on earth will bo at an end Smith Crabtreo is 49 years old a native of that mountainous coun try in Lawrence county surrouiidim tho town of Louisa where he raised n largo family and was until use month ago re garded as ono of time most able men in that country Three years ago his eldest daughter fell into a creek nod was drown ed Shortly asfterward Iris son John while drunk and asleep on time railroad track was run over and killed Less than a year afterward hula daughter Vinoy went to the bad and a few weeks later enticed one of her sisters to join her Inn life of shame Four weeks ago his favorite son Samuel while under the in fluence of liquor broke into a saloon and was caught with the goods in his posses lion This was too much for tho fathers troubled brain his mind loft him entire ly nod tho same jury that sentenced his son to two years in tho penitentiary ad judged him insane and ordered him to tho asylum here Crabtreo was not considered dangerous by tho court nt Louisa and was allowed to remain as homo un til the sheriff was ready to take him to tho asylum Yesterday n hog was killed at time Crabtrcn home The demented father stood by while hits son William cutup tho animal The sight of blood set the father toad and grabbing up time knife with which time hog lord been kill ed ho thrust it Into his own throat and fell bleeding across the dead swine Ills wounds were not fatal and were stitched up This morning Shorill Jones Shannon called for tho demented mOil to take him to the asylum lIe was placed in charge of Deputy Sheriff Hr nest Shannon mid was allowed to ride in tho sent with his wm Samuel who now sleeps within tho penitentiary walls at Frankfort A few miles out from Louisa the do mented man naked to go to tho water closet in the conch He was permitted to go alone Ho had gone about twenty minutes when Guard Graham Wilson opened tho door and found him sitting upon the floor in a pool of blood while tho life fluid spurted from a ghastly hole In his neck Ho had wrenched from time car an Iron rod and with this hnd paned and enlarged time wound made with tho knife He was laid upon the floor of time car in full sight of his handcuffed convict son where ho gasped for breath until Cntlettllburg WitS reached There ids wounds wore dressed Ho was given n stimulant which revived him to such an extent that Sheriff Shannon believed ho would be able to come on to Lexington Ho grow weaker nnd weaker until at Winchester ho was apparently dead There Sheriff Shannon telegraphed to Undertaker Dannhy at Lexington to meet tho train with a coffin When the train pullet into time union station Crnb tree was lying upon tho platform of tho car apparently a corpse Ho was lifted to the undertakers wagon where ho din played signs of life Tho ambulance was called and ho was taken to tho St Josephs hospital whore Dr Taylor soon had him revived suffi ciently to spent but his mutterlngs wore incoherent Deputy Sheriff Shannon desiring to get Crabtree oR his hands tho ambulance was called again and the demented victim of kis owp kawt WM takes to the asyleM The convict a4m apparently eared iw its ere for kk father theft wwW for a auIJ c d c p g itI 1 dying dog Ho left the depot chaltlBf merrily with ti fellow criminal Lex V lugUn Special to Clnclnnntl Enquirer Later dispatches state that ho died during time night and was burled in tho asylum grounds x CHAMPION HONEST MAN FOUX1 Baltimore Citizen Delivers a PlltltWhisky louskt Thirty Yuan Age V Among the first defenders who have for two or three days been revisiting the national capital is John Andy McKee a lawyer front western Pennsylvania Mr McKee has a strange story to tolllieEveryone knows said beuof the warm reception which met tho Logan Guards when they arrived in Baltimore thirty five years ago Thought battered with missiles of all descriptions from mud to bricks wo were ordered not to fire no matter what was done to us As a result several of our buys were badly hurt and bruised nand among iho number your humblo servant I felt pretty sore and faint and re 1i marked tint I would give a dollar for a drinker whisky Immediately from tbQ edge of tho crowd a man stopped up toYmo and said ho could get me a pint of whisky for a dollar I gave him the dollar and ho moved off hastily Just then wo wore ordered to march aril I supposed the man and my dollar had posted from my life forever Last Thursday when the remaining first defenders lauded for tho second time in Baltimore a man among tho crowdon the platform addressed ui He said ko was looking for a little follow who thirtyfive years ago that day gave him a dollar with which to buy n pint of whisky Ho was anxious to know if the littlo follow was with us or if ho had l been killed during tho war uI went forward and claimed tho mans whisky und ho said as ho shook my hand and looked mo over Well heros your whisky It ought to bo pretty good for Ivo kept it for you for thirty five years S100 Reward S100 j The renders of this paper will bo pleased to loam that there Is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to curo in nil its stages and tint la Catarrh Hall Catarrh Curo IH tho only positive euro sow known to tho medical frater pity Catarrh being a constitutional dls ww requires n constitutional treatment Hulls CnUirrh Cure Is taken internally noting directly upon tho blood and mu coins surfaces of the system thereby do stroylng tho foundation of tho dlncnuoy and giving tho imttetu strength by build hug up time conatitutlou anti uttsisting tin tore in doing its work The proprietors have 80 much faith in its curative power that they oflor One Hundred Dollars for mummy case that iit falls to cure Scud lot list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75 cents A Severe Rcbnkon j A minister in n neighboring town tolls how he was annoyed by people giggling nod talking in such n manner as to dis turb services On ono occasion ho paused looked at tho disturbers and said 1 am always afraid to reprove those who mlsbehnvo in church for this reason Somo years ago while I was preaching n young man who sat before mo was constantly talking laughing and making uncouth grimaces I paused and administered n severe rebuke After the 4 services a gentleman Mid to mo Sir you made n mistake that young manUI an Idiot Since then I have been afraid to reprove those who misbehave lestlshould repeat that mistake and reprove another idiot Godd order prevailed during the rest of tfbo service AM Tow aD eOf those unhappy people who are 8iflr ing with weak nerves starting at every rl slight sound unable to endure aoy blame ual disturbance finding it ImpoMlbJeriS11 f Gt sleep Avoid opiate aad nerve tens = pounds Feed the nerves Hpdft 1MMK Blade pare and wurUhtof by time Jjjf blood purifier a41 true Mm 1 Jlt= Hoods Sarsapnrhila j 7 Hoods H1U LrrUWlueet atW41 U tY11IMet liligstMu tJ1jI jt k If i t IV i foff t ii rtLW UI- W rnvbytro r- u Dro S f 4itI f p W tf 4 1 lITs t Ll Y 1 I J r THE IHE 11SD jr ili 1 Jr CPXKOCK COOPXK S ubt+ J P 0tr UAZIiCI fmticrf I i i KY L a UNSEEN GUARDIAN ANGELS When daylight hu departed and earths f hushed to rest r r withinrWhen en tho closed flowers tho blessed t night dews wcop t And stars look down In beauty upon the fi slumbering deep llBBcen by mortal eye in tho stillness of nightCthere are thoso who wander oer tho earth t in robes of airy light i IwcQt messengers of lovo and hope they Journey to and fro And consolation follows In their footsteps 111 as they go s shatare tho hearts presentiments of F coming Joy or pain nut gently whispered warnings of that guardian angel train rho alcnali of their sympathy tho tokens of their care irfao alghlngs of tholr sorrows oer tho woes that flesh must boars f s We hear them In our slumbers and waking fancy deems that busy thought was wandering In tho fairy land of dreams slut tho low sweet tones wo listed wero strums that angels sing For ministering spirits with our souls were communing And when morning breaks above us and + wo wake to busy day Thcoo angels go before to guldo and wayWhen falter all aweary and alone f I In their arms they gently bear ua lestI wo dash against a stone In our Journeying In our roatlnga on tho land or on tho sea In our solitude and sorrow In our gather ings and glee In tho days of degradation In the hour of joy and pride ti These puro and watchful ministers aro over by our side Dh Thou whom angola worship era time or woo began And whoso Divine compassion gave their guardianship to man Throughout tho mortal warfare lot them still my champions be And In tho lust stern conflict give them charge concerning me Household Words I I e WAtmALI A Lovo and Advonturo Tnlo of British Guiana OU fellows can be lievo it or not as 1yet like said Mackay hut I tell you that for n tiny and a night I have known what 1tl1B to bo dead Oh come Mac thats too much Tho major ban given u N s 0 m i pretty tall ones but wo cant quite swallow that i Perhaps suggested tho major Mnckay refers to n state of alcoholic BttluratloM I have hoard Shut up major Interrupted High Held Dont be feeble Oh nil right said Moekay Only you said It was my turn for a yarn but of oouruo Utt+ lire away Mac never mind tho major lies an unbelieving Jew when Ills own tales are bested Well believe t you Observe tho childlike innocence of our countenances ivory well thc l you shall have the yarnIt happened out in British Guiana 1hll Kdgerton anti I had been knocking about that district in a yacht Phil WDM n bit of a scientist hail dabbled in the ologlcH when he was at Oxford and Ito found something to Interest him in the shallow waters round tho coast The buckets of mud and slimy things he fished up werent very exciting for me so I put in a good deal of time hung ing round tho bars and bllllanlrooma of Georgetown Poker is a good game Jn tho other hemisphere You follows dont rise to its possibilities here Take you on nt halfnsov ante in terrupted the major t ofNo thanks major Youve been r baryonr mention the place continued Mackay that Ive s spent moro than n month in without contriving to iuako a fool of myself over some girl She was n barmaid this time and by Jove she was pretty Wo called her The Queen and I never knew her by anj other name What nationality she belonged to I cant tell you I think she hind u ditch of most of theta in her but English Spanish and promSncntnglltili love but pure undiluted Indian in hate It was a dangerous mixture but youve no notion how fascinating I wasntI by may means tho only fellow who sue cumbed to her charms but I believe IIwas the only one she cared n gin cock toil about Youll admit that tho post t tton hind its dangers Of course I knew perfectly well that I was making an ass of myself but I couldnt help it The IfImarryrr tier rind then there would be the deuce I c to pay 4 Look lIen Egerton I said one niffkt + yoHrtv rot to take mo away from Here Ltare those confounded J t4itieeie W your alai tots weigh anchor q I i i f c o W1tfi th0 teiajterJ Macra said fgcrtori Got the fidgets Im sorry old man but 1vo discovered a new species umong these said wads and I want to work it up v Well Phil my boy if you wont leave youll have to bo tuy beat man thats nll- Xhnt frightened him a bit I told him the whole story and ho saw there was no time to be lost if 1 was to bu saved Phil Egerton knew me pretty well in those days Ill tell you what well do Mnc ho said You know Wilson the sugar planter lie tells mo there in some cup ital shooting to be hind in the interior any amount of births and u chance at a stray juguar or two lies going to have n month of it and has asked mo to join him Wo can lalce the yachts bout and go up the Dcmcrara until we strike the woods What do you say II Anything you like so long as you get me out of this mess We went in the morning and saw Wilson about it Ho was delighted and said he would start as soon as we could get ready Of course any sensible man in my position would have had the common prudence to employ the Intervening time in cleaning Isis guns and looking out for various odds and ends for the expedition but nil I tell you where women are concerned Im trot to be counted in the class of sensible men I went to ecu The Queen and natural- lyI she wormed the wholo thing out of me Phil I said when 1 got back If we cant start tomorrow we neednt go at all It would spoil the party If I took a wife with me II Well start tonight If you like Mac Im ready and If Wilson Isnt ho can follow us Hut whats the hurry You havent told liar youre going have you 1 Yes I have and thats why It wont do for me to stay hero longer II Well Mac of nil the thundering idiots it has been my privilege to lknow I do think youre about the biggest Why on earth couldnt you vanish quietly anti leave her to find out about It afterwards I meant to but when I started talking to her out it nil came What poHHtBHcd you to go there at all today Oh come Pull be reasonable You couldnt have kept away your self placeYoulIuppoNettslightly She accused mo of wanting to get rid of her trying to run perfectlytruewell in the argument that followed Oh you great bearded infant put your lint on and well go and see Wil son at once We started next morning 1 was feeling a bit hipped of course but the others were jolly enough As 1 think I told you Phil hail a weakness for pottering about In scientific messes and he found a Ikindred spirit in Wil sun whoso hobby was birds It wan really to get somu specimens that he had originally proposed this expedl thou JJy the way Wilson said Phil have you ever managed to get hold of any curare Curare said Wilson I dont know It wheat Is It Probably it hills got sonic othe name out here Wo culled it curare in Oxford Indian arrow poison you know OhlI you mean wourall Xo I cant say I have and I dont think 1 want to either It Isnt a very sat plaything Sofa enough said Phil so longs 9I you havent any cuts or scratches on your hands For Heavens sake stint up that scientific shopII I exclaimed Weve come out horn to enjoy ourselves not to talk like a confounded British Asso elation meeting Poor old Mac sold Phil what shall wo talk about Will billiards door barmaids II Drop it Phil I said I dont want to bo a bear but your jargon isnt very interesting to a chap who hardly knows an ology Item an ism Lets have something to eat Wo found a shady spot under some bushes to havo our meal in Wo were just lighting up afterwards and I was holding the match to ny pipe when BOBwtkiBj flashed out o the bushes and knocked tke pipe eut of Bay m- outhsIll i II What that said Phil storting up k- Its a dagger I said Just see whats behind those bushes you chaps while I tie my handkerchief round this hand Ive got a bit of a scratch If its The Queen let her go Thank goodness idle missed my face IIIt was The Queen They caught sight of her among the bushes but she got away nil right They didnt follow her far but came back to see if I was much hurt Its nothing serious I said only a scratch but I think my nerves must IMS u bit upset It has made mo foci horribly tired Ill go and lie down In the bout for awhile and let you fellows finish your smoke 1vo got a bit of a head Machay youre crying exclaimed Wilson and the sweat is simply pour Ing down your face Youre pretty badly hurt- Crying shouted Phil Wilson that dagger is poisoned Poisoned You dont menu = Yes I do Its wourall copious secretion of sweat and tears headache feeling of extreme lassitude those are tho exact symptoms Oil with that bandage Mac Good HeavensI hes done for said Wilson Dono for Not a bit of it Off with that bandage Im going to suck tho woundtt- I hail just got energy enough left to protest against his doing this but he insisted and I was too feeble to prevent himINonsense man he said Im safe enough The stunt Isnt a poison taken Internally even if I do manage to swal low sonic He put his lips to the wound and then T cloned my eyes and everything became blank It must have been hours afterwards that I begun slowly to regain 1 cant say consciousness but an indefinite sensation of existence and horribly winrlnoHs It seemed to mo tint I win swimming on and on somewhere in a vogue purposeless way and I was HwhurnlnghutdescriptionIfore with a steady rhythmical motion but the rest of my laxly was absolutely still 1 was almost suffocating for want of air but I didnt scorn to Imf strength to gasp How long that Kcimition last ed I cant say but it must have been a- very long time 1 wouldnt ohm tarily go through an hour of such un nnyr thing you could offer me I tell you it loins given me my theory of what future punishmiiit may be like As consciousness gradually re turned the feeling of infinite weari oue5s became more mil more unbear 8wiuglueImckwl1rIK of animated pump handles anti 1 was quite unable either to stop thum or to move any other part of my body Try and Imagine the sensation it was sim ply awful When I did finally como to myself so far as to know what was going on I did It pretty thoroughly You know tho theory that when n mnn loses tho use of hit eyes his senses of touch and hearing become unusually acute From my experience that day 1 can quite believe it I had lost nil power of motion and my perceptive faculties became to compensate most uncom fortably keen I fell as if 1 could al most see through my closed eyelids Phil told mo afterwards that the peculiarity of wourall poisoning Is onlythowhile those of sensation become ab everythingthatcould hear every word they said but I couldnt even wink to let them know I was alive They had stuck a knifehandle be tween my teeth to keep my mouth open and the weariness in my arms was caused by the fact that for nearly a day and a night Phil and Wilson hind been taking it in turns to practice artificial respiration on me II Egerton I heard Wilson say do longhIroo hours I believe hes dead Well go on as long as we can stand I raid Phil and I blessed him for It If we can only keep the artificial respiration going till tho poison is eliminated ho will recover For Gods sake keep it up M long as you can Wilson MIf you think there Sa the slightest o chance of saving him Ill go on bull dont think I can last out much longer II Hes still warm Wilson tend I wont give up hope as long OH that is so That was a nice cheerful conver sation to overhear wasnt It Listen ers never hear good of themselves It Iin said but I doubt whether the most persistent eavesdropper ever had the pleasure of hearing n man pronounce him dead without being able to con tradict the statement If I hadnt begun to breathe spontaneously pretty soon after that I should never have had tho opportunity of contradicting It Phil and Wilson couldnt have gone on much longer How they kept it up for the length of time they did I have never been able to understand The power of friendship is very much underratedIt have been about two hours after Wilson hind declared that I was dead that Phil saw uiy eyelids begin to twitch At last WilsonI he cried Go and get some water front the river They dashed the cold water over me and It caused mo to gasp slightly It was enough I hind begun to breathe again They carried me to tho boat and us soon as they saw the danger was over they both of them sat down on tho bottom boards and fell fast asleep In a very few minutes after them I was asleep too Nearly 13 hours after that I woke feeling anther weak and faint but otherwise as right as a trivet The other two were still asleep and I didnt wuko them That Is the story and I dont think I was guilty of an exaggeration when I told you that for n tiny anti a night I had known what death wns A man who remains for 21 hours without onco drawing n breath may fairly claim to be dead I think Chambers Journal BEANS AND VAGRANCY No Mnii Who Cun Mm u Pluto of thin For mer In Utility of the ltittcr In HoRton A School street lawyer tells tho fol lowing story as characteristic of tho lute Judge McCnffcrty Among tho cases before him one morning was one in which n rather seedylooking fellow was billed for vagrancy The oillcer who made the arrest rod who was the principal wit ness WaS one of those officials who never peaks u grout word of n prisoner He testified in substance that he hud seen the man loafing around for several days and as far as he knew had no visible means of support Was the man searched when arrested asked the court nodding his head in tho direction of the man in the dock I searched Linn your honor replied the officer promptly Did you find any money about his person 1 The officer looked at the judge somewhat confusedly nnd then after n few moments of thought replied rather lightlyYes your honor ton cents Cwt you buy a plate of beans for ton cents The officer thinking his honor wan about to crack a joke laughingly re sponded Why yes of course Then sir and the judge spoke severely understand from me that u man who has money encnigh to buy u plate of beans is not a vagrant Under stand further sir that as long as I am n justice of this court I never again want to see you bring n man before me on a charge of vagrancy who hens ten cents in his pocket Mr Clerk dis charge the prisoner lioston Globe MALINGERING IN CHILDREN Htrango Symptom unit Hour tho Mystery vu n tiolvcd- Tho typical schoolboy has long been known ns it fairly skillful malingerer when occasion demands itbut his shamming Is usually confined to the more homely complaints of headaches and toothaches which are capable of rapid dispersion when the crisis which ne cessitated their presence Is past The children of Nassington n village in Northamptonshire however go moro carefully tend deeply to work in order to avoid the tolls of school On account of tho number of children who were kept from school because of a rash on their bodies Dr C N Klllott the medical officer of health of that district was asked to examine thom with a view to finding out the nature of the strange disease Ills report showed that the whole affair was a case of malingering Tho children about 25 in number were suf fering trout no real disease but in order to stay away from school they had rubbed their hands nnd arms with tho juice of the plant called patty spurge The result of this was that a vesicular eruption appeared which in most of too eruptionbutns half a crown As tho children appear to be studying tho physiological effects of plants a closer knowledge of the birch tree and its branches might pos sibly divert their energies into another channel or at any rate dull their keen ness for practical botany London Lancet Money and time + are the heaviest burdens of life and the unhappiest of all mortals are those who have mere of either than they know how to useJohnson ua PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL Baron Bockum who for many j years was a lender of the German liberals Is now VS years of ago and the oldest member of tho rclchstag SIr Henry Irving was 58 on Febru ary fl Ills first appearance on the stage was in 1850 and his connection with the Lyceum theater dates back to 1874 Cccll Rhodes when asked by an In terviewer in London to mention n point or two as to his private life replied 5 I never hind any private life always j having been too busy to stop for one 4 Bismarck has been accused of be 1 ing close in money matters but one of his charities has conic out lately For 30 years he huts paid 300 marks n year to each of three soldiers who lost their cysight at the battle of Kocnlggractz j Bishop Butler tho author of the Analogy walking in his garden one j night with his chaplain asked him 1 whether public bodies might not go mad as well as individuals adding that nothing else could account for I most of the transactions in history 1 Members of tim Loyal Legion in jCleveland arc about to raise funds for IS a monument to the late MajGen Mor a timer D Leggett The monument will J consist of n bowlder of granite weigh Iing 25 tons It is probable that tho 1 body of Gen Leggett will finally be placed in Lake View cemetery Cleveland Lord William Beresford and Lily Duchess of Marlborough recently gave a ball at Deepdenc their beautiful place in Surrey for tho household jservants and the tradespeople of the j neighborhood The duchess and Lord William danced with their guests and the ball lasted until five oclock in tie morning 1 Prince Bismarck continues to enJ joy excellent health He takes longn drives in an open carriage and occfl 1 slonally walks down to the station to jhave a chut with the officials Prof I Lcnbach has been at Frledrlchsruhl for several days preparing to paint the portrait of the prince ordered by the emperor m OUR INDIAN WOMEN A Jirnnsoit Citizen Ten of Jibs 1coploS Courting and MurrliiRo Customs i I am convinced that our girls do not love conquest in u general way along the border land of liens hearts as do the white girls Hence they appear far less coquettish in their moaner lam well settled in the belief that the at tachi cent so sacred and holy which is planted in the heart of every true lover is of divine origin being born of the Great Spirit curd that it is purer In the hearts of our witlvc girls than in those of tho civilized races Our girls make confidants of their mothers in their love affairs They are not laughed atj plngucd and tormented about the young Wren ns though it were a crime to lull in love ns white people enliSt but on the contrary their love affairs are seriously considered and thoughtfully talked over between mother and laughter Before our people became citizens their custom of marriage was ni follows 1 The mother of the maiden who ha become attached to a young man wouf quietly have the matter talked over with his mother nnd if tho union wa found ngreeablo to both families as cording to an ancient custom the ts thor nnd mother of the son would male up a large package of presents and taC them to tho parents of tho dough innd demand her for their sons wifji delivering the presents to them J VI tl they accepted the gifts the girl vrj taken home with them On enterli their wigwam they would say to the sot We have brought this girl iffl you n wife take her cherish her Jl orlnnd they wore then nnd there declare to jAndpliclty of ceremony Reparations scloM occurred Tho manner in which s marriages were consummated led in strangers to the transaction to lied t that the parent of tho boy and ft compelled them to marry against tlwish when in fact the mothers hf planned the scheme with the full know ehildigAsqueenthethey do not have the full confidence cantkeepingand goods which the women uej they think best to provide for the ho hold Chief Simon Pokngon in Cfcf tnqunnIJ The Origin of Windfall n expressionfall 3 1 JuckII 1 T to cut timber in the Brltiehteats without royal consent MItcould be gathered for fuel or other jl poses was such limbs as tbo wind sfcg IihnlpCnOn this account the peasants hajgj great windstorm ns a blessing be S- It was apt to cast enough of wlndl g for winter firewood From thisutime forestry custom comes the f n application of the expression A time it was decreed that only CI limbs and whole trees as ahoTduring tho three summer month cr be used as firewood but the un jtip of the act was so plainly appakno attempt was ever made to ea Detroit Free Ireea r- n m a f THE FARMING WORLD STONE DAIRY HOUSE t A tVpinnn Description of a Very Viofol and Ilctiirosquo Structure It Is the ambition of all good butter F makers to possess the best conclltlonu possible for tho manufnoturo of the same Cellars are often licking in the necessary qualifications for the mnldng of prime butter either from defective drainage or 111 rentratlon and theUlfli culty or Impossibility of keeping hiilk and vegetables in juxtaposition with cut impairing the flavor of the cream and butter Butter making in the kitchen also has its disadvantages We offer a suggestion in tho accom panying illustration of a way out of the dilllcuUy by utilizing tbo loose with which ninny farms are 11stones and which every year have to and are generally piled stumps or carted Mid dumped outoftheway nook A pictur dairy hIousse may be made out of 1 1lSCIUO stones The house may consist room or the rear may be used as j nn a very desirable appendage to a dairy The buildillg should not be near any outbuildings containing stock1 1ntul should bo shaded if possUM No dniryhouseIa oneai for winter dairying or cheese manufac j ture an oldfashioned fireplace or stove will be needed The windows ore to be r provided with screens in summer A long table will be needed bculdcs puedPi11 J doncJIf n stream of water cnn be conducted Into the house then the labor will bo r very much lessened and if possible the dairyhouso should be situated near n- It CIIQ Lr CURIOSITYnt ScumllrcICUuk lmIsr Four miles from Pineville McDonald Ie county on the grounds of J L Iarish ie is a freak of nature so curioua that if le I had not seen jit with my own eyes says co it contributor to an exchange I could drscarcely have believed it possible On Lt the bank of the Elk river roses a large le tree that towers high above the neigh solidtappears froiiucight highertmans sd into four lesser trunks the two smaller ueof which ore in themselves fairsized N trees while the other two arc farnborc the average size Hero comes in the a queer part of the story Of these dl Itdcrgont trunks the two large cues are errcspeellt I nn elm and a sycamore l1liwhile the two smaller ones are an oakICo thefarbrnnchJuThekseems u homogenous whole I would not presume to say that closeif ttexamination wouVl not show in the from lfffefnt sections of ther trunk those ieculinrUica that disc tinguish the liirk of one tree from thesetchnractcrlstIcgdonotnppenroncursory e jointure coalesce I doubt 3f anyone can point to n stranger growth than thistwo syca growIng meeting together of four youthful tree trunks as they thickened with ago is oc casional r seen but this is an unusually 1fineillustration Each tree must how sayDno ono of them has been wholly en another Hence a careful in hvestlgatkdn slJghtlIno eacheoriginal free meets Boomille Demo crat DAIRY SUGGESTIONSI The cantvrn butter markets slow some advance and it is hoped that u like condition will soon exist nil over the country Get a few thermometers for use in buttermakinj and elsewhere Remember that a great deal depeada on having the right tempernturcIHy the ruling of the government au thorities having the mutter in charge the name of buttering is abolished and all such products nro henceforth to be known as oleomargarine After a person has learned to make j good butter the next thing is to get a good market for it Generally the printII will help to do this and to hold the market after it is obtained j Keep your temper when with the cows lien gentleman even in thebarn True gentility extends even to the brute creation Make up your mind before the cow kicks that you will hold your temper Fanners Review 1 1 u = t 4 JARRING THE CURCULIO The Process Is Very Simple ante Kqqulrw rent Few Too1i4a slmJcPnn ordinary hoe handle at tho end of which is a light hardwood block the upper part of which Is made concave sons to permit being filled with cotton or deers hair and then tightly covered with leather of somo kind It must bo rendered soft so aa to do no Injury to the bark of the tree when used as a pounder to jar it No2 represents a frame that may be made of Sxlinch pine notched and nailed together at C with a distance from A to B of about nine feet and from D to D about 9yx feet A cross bar of the same width and thickness is notched and tightly nailed at the points B and D Upon the frame thus made stretch and tack a piece of factory cloth three yards long anti 1Iyards wide Provide yourself with two of these frames have a boy carry one and with the other In your own hands and the pounder you are ready for business Drop the frames under tho tree with the sheet side up so that the tree may bo about opposite tho point C of the sheets You then have the ground beneath tho tree cov ered for about nine feet In each direc tionA largerlimbson the body if tho trIo is small will cause the curculios to drop upon tho sheets from which they may be picked at once and destroyed A few hours experience will enable any eye to detect them at once Two or three minutes will suillcc rt any tree hence n largo number of trees can be run over In a day The work should begin as soon as the fruit is formed cold be followed for two or three weeks at first dully or until it is evident that tho number of insects is being greatly reduced so that only a few ore found when it may ho safe to do it only on alternate days The insects usually begin their work on the outside of an orchard especially if there bo a nearby belt of timber henco wo begin to hunt them first on the out fihlrtwS D Wlllard in Jlural New Yorker HANDY GRAFTING TOOL The Cost of MnkluB OIKI fond lot Kx cctiil TwcntyIlvo Cent The accompanying engraving shows the side view of a complete grafting tool or knife which is not only a per fect tool but also has tho decided advantage of being very cheap Almost every IKTSOII having grafting to do has about tho place an old Hut file or rasp 12 inches or moro in length that hits been thrown aside as worth less By taking the old file to a black smith it can be easily forged into n tool shaped like the cut The main part should be brought to about a hllilI inch square leaving the wide part aa shown to be drawn to an edge for a cutting blade iya inches wide which is to be used to split the stock and also pare it if desired care being taken in forging that sufilcient steel is left HOI as not to weaken the tool at this point Tliis cutting blade should have a mild temper only not so hard as to leave the steel brittle else the blows given ItIwith a mallet in splitting the stocleI will be likely to crack the steel NowI forge the shortest end to a wedge shape preserving the size so the wedge will bo half on inch wide and turn it at aright angle in tho saute direction withII the edge of tho blade The length ought to be about two inches so tho wedge will bo gntdunlII To use this tool the limb is sawcdI oil Ute stump pared the split male by the cutting blade which is to be at once withdrawn then drive in tho wedge so as to admit the scions and tJIOII tool lens done its work The cost of suchI n grafting knife ought not to exceed 25 cents and It should last a lifetime St Louis Journal of Agriculture j Wo advise all of our butter maker J to make their business a science Just now tho market is stocked with poor goods for which there is little demand lor the better grades there is alwayy a sale The French interests ore being troubled by nn adulterant called vegu talinc an oil manufactured from nuts This vegetable oil IB mixed with butter by themerchnntII J =r Ct Coo PROTECTING THE HIRDL Stringent Laws Knrowed WooW ReMIt to financial Profit to the Xfermer The pleasures of the companionship of birds of sill sorts their presence In the highways and hedgerows their In spiring songs and delightful trilllngfl and warbliugs ought to be sufficient reason for protecting and encouraging them even though no benefit were de rived from their residence among us Dot tho birds are tho friends of the florists the farmer and the fruit grow er albeit all of these people hove waged relentless war upon them Nature un derstands thoroughly how to produce and maintain a proper balance and when let alone there is very rarely a plague of insects of any description Out for amusement or because tho birds destroy a little fruit there Is a fierce on slaught mado upon them and entire colonies arc swept away regardless of the protests of those who know that birds are absolutely necessary to the prosperi ty of the ngrlcu1t rIstIIn many localities the robin was al most a stranger for many years It is only of late that it his begun to return voyagershaveThe jay tho woodpecker and various birds of their sort hue been sacrificed to the folly of the sportsman or the cruelty of those who destroy these friends of ours for the sake of adorn mentThe consequence is that entire localities have been deprived of the grateful shade of some of the finest trees in the country It is said that the withered and leafless elms ore simply monuments of the memory of dead birds and that crop failures entire fields devastated by injurious insects and cornfields ren dered unproductive by worms are notlt ing more or less than rebukes to those who have wantonly slaughtered na tures sentinels that she has set to guard tho products of tho soil Of course it is possible that birds might increase so as to become a nui sance to thin farmer but this is not at nil likely to occur for some time to come indeed it is suggested and with a good show of wisdom that It would pay the farmer in quality of product if he planted nn extra acre of grain and put out a few special fruit trees to keep the birds In provender They would de stroy insects that injure crops and the net results would be most decidedly in profitTho be passed for the protection of birds cold not only this but they should be en forced in the most thorough fashion experlnwntforner and note the results It would take but n little while to convince the farmer that birds were good things to have around Financial results are what tell In the farmers mind and frequently nnthlngNABOUT ABYSSINIA Facts ConcornliiK the Country In Which I ho Itnlliuia 1ell The chief exports are gold Ivory slaves coffee butter honey and wax Abyssinia is n very mountainous coun try Many of the pcakx lire always covered with snow Abyssininnmountrto religiousThe country is so situated that the climate is one of the most salubrious on the face of the globe The area of the country Is about 200 000 square miles Its inhabitants num her n little over 4000000 Adowa where tho Italians met de Abyssiniahaving ngrleulturlstNCotton munufncturcdI of Abyssinia arc of tho Caucasian race and are well formed and handsome The language of the religion and lit eraturo of the country lIs Gee7 which belongs to the Ethiopia class of lUll guages According to the Abyssinians the queen of Sheba was their ruler and from her son Mcnelek their kings arc descended Tile Galla race which cane from the south constitutes a largo part of the soldiery They are fierce and turbu lentThe name Abyssinia lis derived from the Arabic word Hnbcsch meaning mixture and refers to the mixed char otter of tho people Abyssinia is one of the most ancient monarchies in the world Until recent- lyJ however tho king was generally afraid of his chiefs The prevailing religion of Abyssinia is a very corrupted form of Christina ity It is professed by the majority oV the people and by tho reigning princes Chicago News Ho Know Tholr Weakness Johnny said his teacher if your father can do a piece of work in seven days and your Uncle George can do it In nine days how long would it take both of them to do it They would never get It done then would set down and tell fish stories Texas SiftingsOne Exception Porrott But Its Impossible that a part should ever be greater than tho wholeWigginsIts clear that you cant see how a star actor always loojc at h1I0D- varUlratla bii j G w r A troJUUBS Lilt Idoff Hardship MBtDM I1 i t j The Great Strata OB a Waas KtrrM ifacteD la Itself to Wreck Him hi a- Bfeork TimeThe Experience off ft- WU Xaowa KotortBAH Prom the Cincinnati Onto Enffutner Tho life of a motorman Is not a bod of roses Ho is subjected to many hardships especially in the winter when ho is exposed to the cold and snow Even la tho summer ho must boor tho Intense boat which boats down upon him Considerable nerve and self possession necessary Ion good motorman for the lives and limbs of his pas songon are at stoke Ono of tho boat known electric motormen ia this city Is William Frazer who Is at present running a car on the Cummlnsvlllo eloctrio lino Ho Is not only well known to his fellow om ployes but to tho people who travel on his car Mr Frazer is a young man about twentyslx rears of ago and resides with hie- wIojmad child at 144 Detta I3trc t Cloclo- nllU o About a year ago Mrlriuor was taken with serious stomach troubles lie bought several kicds of medicine which were recommended to him bt none of temporarybeneOtfamous remedy known as Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People told hint to try thorn Frazor was almost discouraged but took tho advice To a reporter of the Enquire ho said t lean most hearttlyrocoramond Dr Wil llama rink Pills They are all that is claimed for them in fact they advertise themselves better than any medicine I over saw I was seized some Unto ago with a bad attack of Indigestion My stomach hurt mo nearly nil tho thno and I could not digest my food The pom was almost un bearable and Ifound nothing thnt would give mo relief I confess that when I bought tho first box of Pink Pills I hadnt much confidence In their efficacy because I hud tried BO many things without success that I was almost discouraged Before I had taken ono box I was decidedly better Two boxes cured mo entirely While I have been under tho weather from other causes my Indigestion has never returned If it over should 1 know just what to do I have so much confidence in the efficacy of Pink Pills that If 1 over get real sick with any disorder I Shall use some of them It Is a ploasuro for we I Msuro you to testify to tho excellent qualities of thcso PlukPllU They not only tone tho stomach but regu late tho bowels and act as n mild cathartic Mr Framers testimonial means some thing Ho speaks from personal experience and nny ono who doubts that ho received tho benefits stated can ensile verity tho as orocoinghimPlait Pills contain all tbo elements neces sary to glvo now life and richness to tho blood and restore shattered nerves They urn sold In boxes never in loose form by tho dozen or hundred ut ro cents a box or six boxes for p250 and may bo had off all druggists or directly by mall from Dr Williams Moo Co Bchoncctody N Y T Tim gay cravat which she selected Will leave him noon n wreck Whllo ho with truth remarks dejected Ill got it In tho neck Washington Star Boware of Olntinmit for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smelt anti completely dcrango tho wholOBys tern when entering it through Uio mucous surfaces Such articles should never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they wi 1110 II teni fold to the good you can possibly do rlvo from them Halls Catarrh Curo man ufactured by P J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury nnl1 isLalcon Internally noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sure genuine It Is taken Internally nnctmndn- in Toledo Ohio by 1 J Cheney 8 Co Tea timonials free Bold by Druggists price TKe per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best Tnr Imagination has n shadow as Yen as tho body that keeps just a little ahead of you or follows close behind your heel It dont do to lot It frighten you Uullburlon PITS stopped free by Dr Tlines Great Nerve Restorer 2 o tits aftarnrst days uso Marvelous cures Treatise and W trial bottle free Dr Kline 031 Arch St Ptilla Pa eyetrueunseenYoung Such ills aa SORENESSSTIFFNESS and tho like STEELWEB WEBPICKET PICKETFENCE YUillhiSOLD Jlsat I 1etrttaa1 emd I fteIIKokhWtera 11LItica p e1 = EIChlImdaIlYand veetdeNua tl 17roagents lollow 1rsellttkokdttss vela All- popd rrorou- I UIR lived iio know that tits retso w of human happinoss Is tench I ever auUsf your energies to atagnatoAdam ONirit Gladness Comes With a bettor understanding of ties i F plllc01 forts gontleofforts plcosantcfforta rightly directed There Is comfort IB tho knowledge that BO many forms 01 sickness arc not duo to any actual dU constlllItedconcUtlon t promptlyremedy with millions of Inmlllcs ondr everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its beneficial effects are duo to the fact that iris the ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which It nets It is therefore all Important In order to get lt bone tidal effects to note when you pur chase that you have tho genuine arti clo which is manufactured by the Call forma rig Syrup Co only and sold by druggistsIf of good health and the oyatom is regular laxatives or other remedies aro then not needed If afflicted with nny actual disease one may bo commended to the most skillful physicians but if in need of a laxative ono should have tho best and with the wellinformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest and Is most largely used and gives most general Btitlafactlo D1KEGTWK8 for using CREAM BALMApply a particle of the Balm df rutlu Mo till nlUtrl AJ Ur a moment draw strung breath through the noteI Vie time tlmet a day after meats prtfcrrtd and before reUrtgCATARRH RLTD ORItAM DALK Ovens ant olennee lbs nsnmmsnontenllnlnHoreslrotpctthn WeNDree the laonsni nltoand Knlell rho nslrr lequicklyabeotbcjendafrosrollafatonce A particle In applied Into each nostril and UsfTM shin PrimOcenhatmrnulsbarhimnhi- LET UIIOTIIKIIHM WArrl fltflllL Now York seaoerJrImo fins mn MM s5 DE t 000Q STIJACOBSOILWIPE Prompt1y and CABLEDFIELD AND HOG iFENCE Also CABLED POULTRY GARDEN AND RABBIT F1 NCEh 4- as Y complet line or Smooth tviaFence and guarantee every article to IM ororeseotedctuAsk yourdea1orto Ihow OU crCATALOOUn FREE KALB FENCE CO EffetuaUy OOOOOOOOCOOOOOO uaa xxxoxx e- r DB acwxsru xxx use them this way Pearline Give your tired amen 4 JBetterJI cleaning a rest somehow when youre t Of course But when a person has cleaned house with Pearline year toi and year out and knows how much work it saves nothing s seems more absurd than to try to dean wear a without it Pearline no soap with itJWiC dau Pcarllnemikes houseclcanint easy Millions sEpearline IIttt Iaettllttllh JrI a hr Men end wst I 1GrIIOto till Ile- et u IIby the tnUntnt advrte otprotretlq tend oe1 illrtrahe Sold tIt1 Mlt o- scrIpIloaetclaIer terhfIsi i1wktr IJJ-Mulloe Vorurnke rt-L bcfl tuatttwt rtlt teMttAwle tIr4intr Alf LE 2000 AIIYWtr11 I Pt5- 4M a- MICIOfklUf1 wais S wto MNttllrriitMtlltlrt111r- p r 3 f fr f1 n 1f- i YI- fIAJi r OU IP Jrr T rw J II ii g CIE HERALD 1R 0 0 0 I IT USlIABtOIT urL p- c ad AAAtt ath 141tttr ii i 1 HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 80 1890 5 5 v ANNOUNCEMENT FOR coxa mow Wfl are authorised to annnnoco W Mt BBCKNER of Clark county ana cnndldnto for CongrcM from the Tenth district nub ject to tho notion of tho Democratlo party you oiucciT CMCIIK I Wo aro authorized to announce CIIA8 BYItD of Campion as a candidate for tl t ffico of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfo county subject to tho notion of tho Demo I cratlo party i I LACONIC tJJIVE NEWS + THH Republican senators want nn ad journmont of congress by May 18 1 M- PEXNBVLKAXIA1 RepubllcnnaendorA I Senator Quay at their convention lust week HSKCRRTAHY CAUUHIKB friends in thl Btato ore hard at work booming him for tho presidential nomination t tTill Womans Club edition of th Boattyvillo Enterprise last week Iis ia credit to tho fair sox who managed it +SENATOR 1IJt IAN bas returned Washington with tho statement that tl Hcntimcnt in Kentucky is free silver or bust M TIHJ Catlottsburg Democrat with coni mendable enterprise line started n daily edition to keep paco with tho rapid strides of that thriving city +I r UQlllIterill8It noted on tho gold or silver platform at Chicngo tho voto of Alabama is safe for F Democratic candidate 4liON J BMA ctnrof Brcathltt who was chosen elector from this district n t tho recent Republican district convent tion Iis not eligible on account of nn r holding tho ofllco of United States commissioner I f4 Tan Democratic state convention tvl beheld at Lexington Juno IIl Delegates will bo cliOHon at county masa convent J tions mill representation will bo baaed on than largest Democratic veto cast Ii lS02 or IS9G TUB lhniil Swoni a religious month Ily originally started by tho Into Elie J A Howard and printed at lint Him AM ofllco has boon revived nod will be issued from tho Morehoad Advance of flee with Elder J D Hunter IItt editor 4K- SKNATOU Buvcknuux is still stubborn in his fight against tho sound mono wing of tho Democratic party in Ken i tucky Now ho wants the stato conven tlon to puss resolutions condemning all who did not stand by him in his senato rial race as traitors to tho party +l TIIK trial of Scott Jackson for tito murder of Pearl Bryan is in progress at Newport and tho chain of circumstan tial evidence is drawn so tightly about him that but little hopes aro entertained for him It seems that the only hopeI for the defense lies in error of the court Tho attorneys on both sides practically concede conviction +Dn 0 J WALTON tbo Republican senator who was expelled from the t tnte senate was defeated for reelcctiun by W J Bale a tree silver Democrat last week by 38S votes Walton losing his own county by 194 votes Dr James who was also expelled bad no Democrat ic opposition from Ifs district and was elected by 800 majority r TlttMAX who was brought to Ken tuck by the lilvoritcs around Owens c boro is doing much good to tho cause of t sound monoy by his foul nbtno of Ken l tUQkys groat leader CarlMo If bo can bo Induced in continua his IpollblllllingI for a few dna tbo Democratic convcn Lion will instruct uunniiuously for Car 1 t liflia and adopt a haunt money platform j r M wj ipuad that oven tho wayfaring sir asii tiioDf h fool will uBdowtwd Its p ilmtdt Louisville Poet a f off hS t FflOttl GALL tn Ut 1Mtectalio Ittto Giimtlo to fetal KJtffitM tl Cklc K Following is time official call of time Democratic state convention by tbo executive committee LOUISVILLE KY April 22To the Democrats of Kentucky t By order ofI tho Democratic stato executive committee l a state convention is hereby culled to meet in the city of Lexington Ivy on the 3rd day of June 18110 at 2 oclock p m solar time for the purpose of select log delegates to the national Democratici convention to be held in Chicago July 7 1896 and also for the purpose of select ing electors for tbo state to be voted for at tho ensuing presidential election The congressional Democratic dele gates for each congressional district are requested to meet at the same place and dato at 10 oclock n m for tho purpose of choosing congressional district dole conTaand said congressional district meetings shall bo called to order by tho membersI of tho Democratic stato executive com mlttco for their respective districts limo basis of representation shall be ono delegate for each 200 votes cost by each county and legislative district giv log the highest voto either at tho pwti glllwrItnntorial election in 1895 and ono stele gate for each fraction over 100 votes so cast i provided however in any county isnot liitving cast IIH many as 100 votes at either of said elections such county or counties shall ho entitled to one delegate in said convention noher the purpose of selecting delegates to said strata convention mass moctingH of Democrats shall bo held on the 30th tiny of May at 2 oclock p m folartinic loin each county at the county seats thereto of and in cnrh legislative district in counties having more than ono legMa- tlvo district at Filch places therein nsinay bo fixed by limo respective chairman thereof i and at such moss meetings of tho DiMiincratsnf each county and legislative district they shall chooso time respective delegates that they are entitlud to upon limo above basis of representation to said state convention Time respective chair men of each county Democratic oxecu tivo committee and of each legislative district Democratic executive commit tee shall issue due and proper notice for said mass meetings and respectively sill said notes mcctingo to order when nsscin bled nod see that said meetings are fair Ily and properly organized and that then delegates tliorcfrom be fairly and proper Ily chosen by tho expressed will of the majority of Democrats attending said dulyIlchosen chairmen and secretaries ofsnld massmeetings properly certify to the list of delegates BO chosen which certifi autos shall be approved and signed by then respective chairmen of tho Democratic executive committees for each county and legislative district legislarrive district not having organized and elected its chairman or secretory the old chairman or secretary of such com mittee is hereby authorized and empow crest to net in tho premises In the event 1thnt tiny chairman fails or refuses to give snareyor fails to call such meeting to order when it is assembled then tho Democrats of such county or legislative district arc hereby authorized nod empowered to as semblo at their place of meeting as herein provided and organize by select lug n chairman of their own number and a secretary and choose their delegates to the said state convention and the list thereof shall be certified to blIald chairman and secretary You must not take headaches too ser iously They are simply Natures outcry against sour stomach and disordered liver Go to the drug store and ask furII IlamonH Tonic Liver Pills They cost but 25 cents and give you a complete course of treatment which in two three weeks time will remove nil blloII purify your blood increase your appe fife strengthen your nervous system and bring tho red glow of health to your cheeks Tho treatment consists of Pills and tiny Tunic Pellets a throe works supply Try a free sample duso INotlcoI d I have placed my notes nod accounts i in tbo hands of Rollin Kash for collcc J I tiouand kindly ask all who are indebted to mo to pay without being sued nod ave costs I am forced to collect and i will buy nil kinds of salable stuck anti produce on debts or for merchandise uLI tho market prices Respectfully April W bJG JT DAY To hustle for local news InriI when nothing is going on Is an up hill tikh I C1 Liver IllsLUto biliousness dyspepsia headache constib patton sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods rills They do their work Hoodeasily and th Host after 23 cents All druggistsPills 1rcpnred liy l C Hood Co Lowell Muss The only 1111 to take with Hoods 6arsapa- rllluCORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will plenso bent In mind thnt nit ea unu icntions must bo received at this nlllco not Inter then Tuesday evening to insure publication in the current issue l WOLFE COUNTY Lane Locals Mrs Boiij Hntton has been very ill So far there is a promising prospect ot- a P largo apple crop People are very much behind withI their farming in this neck o the woods John Sewcll recently told to S P Howe of Campion a yoke of oxen for a secret price From tho best information wo have John Graham will bo defeated in his race for matrimony Kev J A Scwell mot others preacher1 on the third Sunday of this month at tho now church on Holly Jonathan Ilollnn returned from Mt Sterling last week where ho bad been with a bunch of line cattle and reports tho mnrketIIbenrlllh By tho way I think W J Lu sug gestion in regard to love story writing isi extra good Try it a pop Mr Editor It might work wonders and make you a Imnduomo fortune Make time announce ment In big capital letters and sec April 27 IJiiAD MATTOCKS Glllmore Gleanings JimJ Campbell has moved to the Pete Little front Mrs Sinn Haddix sr of this place iis nt Win Lindens on Red river very sickPatrick Howard of Quicksand was here the other day en route to Mcnifeo with a yoke of cattle for stile David Linden has moved to the T N Graham farm which he had bought sonic tinge since Davo is now well sit uated for living Saul Adams calling himself a faith doctor was in this vicinity a few days since and many went to him to be heal ed but as yet no ono hUll recovered This is a very severe drouth for April something uncommon for this month Tho farmers urn all about stalled with their plowing i hope it will rain snow J P ToKon who just married recent ly has left his wife only staying with her about ton lays His excuse Will tlmt he was notable to support a family April 27 Uxcut RKMUS To the Farmers and Public Generally Tho nirount of tho grinding iniikiS it noiissary to increase our days and for tho present wo will grind throo days each week Tues tiny Friday and Saturday and respectfully solicit tho patronage of the public gonorally Wo are nothing a good grade of lour and propose to grind your wheat for oneeighth toll weighed Itespootfully I JAM KB II SWAKGO Receiver If you would always bo healthy keep your blood pure with Hoods Sarsaparil In time Ono True Blood Purifier I DINGFELDER WITH J IllRobisaJor1o CO Importers and Jobbers oi DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NOM 537 539 and 54l West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY n t WORMS i WHITES CREAM VERM n FlJCEFOR 20 YEARS tins lod nil WORM Romodlo5 EVERY bOTTLK fiUAH HTEEO SOLD 55V ALL DRVOGISTS f niCHtnppox BttTcilTc bliT tons i I Ir S lrL9 L ck GA- STRAUSi GREATI CLOTHING aATLIJALiI I =Suits at Less Than the Trimmings Pants at Less Than time Making Worsted Pants at 00 Cents 1 1UnionCassimeres nt 75 stet I Lot No 278 Suits nt 375 worth 900 Lot No 70 Suits nt 4 75 worth 950 Lot No 200 Suits at 340 worth 700 Lot No 205 Suits at 335 worth 650 Lot No 300 Suits nt 500 worth 1250 Lot No 40 Suits nt 450 worth 1000 Lot No 71 Suits nt 4 50 worth 000 Lot No 85 Suits nt 400 worth 1100 Bring tho number of each lot and mnko your soloction Tho goods nro now fresh goods madn by tho best manufacturers in America i IFull Lire of Boys and Childrens Novelties Just Received SLfls us trniis IILEADING CLOTHIERS i LEXINGTON KY jjieoeoaReeeeessoe f eeeeeeeeoeooea ooeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeateaeoeeeeooooooo sc JSMjeeci5Ss5sONS5ew J 1 OSE DAVSoPHACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY wE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS use the hest Material nod Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and Ret our pricesb 1ntOOlnlA11Iom1 dk your work is b 1 i w ftt tri tt to pit fut A Mt Ky J tr W IIINrespectfully solicitednKOFFNANSAl JlosuPBue0 AgeDeFjI FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT II1ho26000000LOSSESAddress HOFFMAN Sterling T COJ YIN WITH I SROTHERSIVI MT STERLING KY 0- B c MAUPINtlelyTTt1becREED bolliVPEEBLES Catb it NOTIONS O bou PORTSMOUTH omo b b- iJ i 11 u t 15 x l r f fCj t THE HERALD Nat Grin HearsaysHappenlngs 00 Garden saw and rich nro all tho go Mr Dulcina Piorntt of Ulnckwnter Is visiting her son Elder J T Pieratt 0 B Amyx Is on n business trip to Huntington W Vn nnd Columbus 0 Services will be held nt DiysborO next Sunday afternoon hy Elder T S Tinsley Our little city has been overrun with Knights of tho Grip during tho past week W C Kendall of West Liberty is a candidate for delegate to tho Chicago convention from this district Tomorrow Friday afternoon at 2 oclock Elder Tinsley will hold services at the Cnskey school house on Grassy H B Rico of Paintsville has with drawn from tho race for tho Republican i nomination for congress in this district Silas Pieratt of Ezel father of Willie Pioratt salesman at tho Racket store took in tho protracted meeting Sunday Services at the Johnson school house on Lacy creek Saturday May 2 at 2 p m by Elder Tinsley All are cordially Invited Mrs D G Combs and Mrs Lucy McGuire of Ezel wero among the worship ere at the Christian church Sunday morning A largo delegation went from hero to Campton last Monday to hear Judge Becknor speak as well IM to attend cir cuit court Showers for tho pst few days have forced the foliage on tho trees and caused j nature to spread a green carpet over Mother Earth t 1 0 A Lynch bettor known as Judge Lynch representing Patton Urns Cut h lottsburg was a guest of the Day house I t several day this week George 11 r Drake has been appointed chief of tho isC N railroad detectives with headquarters at Birmingham Ala and will go thoro at once Mrs Fannio Thomas and children of St Helena have been visiting liar pnriiUt Mr and Mrs J T Pciratt and other relatives and frioiuls hero for tho past weekB The machinery of the new roller mill was started Tuesday afternoon for the first time and everything worked satisfactorily Grinding wheat began yes terday I Joseph Pieratt and wife of Greasy visited friends and relatives hero last i Sunday nod at the same timo took in the meeting now going at tho Christian church i postmastertlzel accompanied by his wife Ii Iint to liner Tinsloy preach at Christian church while hero last I Sunday tf Tin HKUAID oflico was honored last Friday with a friendly call from Miss Nannie herd of Maytown and Miss Llllio Evans one of Hazel Greens sprightly belles Sam Green wade n student at tho II G A who went homo a short time ago was shot in tho arm by n cousin while preventing the unlawful disposingi of his uncles property cS Rev J II Scott will preach at Days boro on the second Wednesday in May at 2 oclock p mf and immediately after divine services will tic tho nuptial knot for a loving couple I VD and Dr E 0 Guerrant according to nn I nouncement held services nt tho Presbyterian church on Friday morning last but owing to the revival now going oh at the Christian church Elder T S Tinsley held services at Sandfield Ilast Sunday afternoon which were well attended A largo delegation from hero went down to hear this elo quent divine discourse tho truths of the gospel I1CSr flyingtripthere disposed of n number of fine hats to the ladies of that town She contem oplates nearJ0Japanese Oil is said to bo the most wonderful Kiiiiuui for external lllllivu I yetbeenCOboth i testify to this as1t has saved Ufo nUll expense Sold at this officb W 60 cents a bottle Try It as h1s a household necessity and always CIa friend Ioruneed 1 y hl XeeUai at Ute GMsUak Oaarca Since the beginning of tho meeting at the Christian church on the 17th inst there have been twentythree accessions to tho church Tho audiences continuo to bo largo and attentive Sunday afternoon at 5 oclock ton per sons were baptised into the nnmo of the Father and of the Son andof the Holy Spirit- Munch interest is still manifested and many others will no doubt bo made stronger in the Lord and yet others be brought to tasto of the good things of lifo eternal Elder Tinsley is certainly a man of power in his chosen work and God will use him as an instrument to bring many unto righteousness Many ministers of tho different denominations have beer present at tho different services and they are for tho most part hearty in their approval of the sermons that have beet given Does this not show that if met will know no party or sect and will taki into their lives the Word of God that tho Christian world would soon unite against the adversary of souls and would take the world for Christ and Ills church Hero are the 8uhjctsto bo discussed at tho next few meetings Thursday evening Counting the Cost i Friday evening Why Dont God Kill the Itov 11 1 Saturday evening Bible Doctrine of Hell Sunday morning Our Home in Heaven Sunday evening Theltoy al InvitationEverybody should attend these meet lags for they may never have another opportunity of hearing tho truths of tin gospel o fully mid fairly explained A cordial invitation isjxtendcd to all A moonshine still was raided near Ezel last week by United States Deputy Marshal D G Lacy assisted by N W Womack J D Phlpps and B F Carr They succeeded in capturing William Robinson and cut up a one hundred gal lUll stilt and emptied out ono hundred gallons of beer The still wns located in an underground room of Kgliiiwmt house the smoke from the still escaping I through the chimney avertingi nil suspicion Morgan county pocket sa loon men secured most of thoir supplier at this place Among tho guests at the Day House during tho past few days we notice L C PigS Winchester Tohn Blount Ml Sterling J Moses Heaver Lynchburg Va E O flutes Cincinnati Erupt H Tabor Rothwoll 0 A Lynch Catlctts burg iT T Gevodon West Liberty Willie Perry West Liberty Charles Vermillion Lynchburg Va Win Os burn Frcnchburg Dr P R Phillips Ueattyville W1 Seitz West Liberty mill a Mr Dixon of Cincinnati W J Seitz of Vest Liberty was in town several lays this week talking bus inls und politics Mr Soil is one of the seekers after tho Republican nomination i for congress from this district and being very conservative in his views should he their choice Ho would make them a good representative if elected Ono day lust week a mule belonging to E F Cecil took utter a pet calf the property of his son Clay and nearly broke its back The next day a gray mare cornered the mulo in the stable lot and commenced to kick and paw not stepping until the mule wns killed A party of movers from Alabama en route to Virginia passed through town yesterday and presented pitiable sight They mud been on the road three montlm and wore almost destitute of provisions There were five small children in the party 0 D Moore representing tho Johnson Bros hardware company of Cincinnati was a guest at the Day house several days this week Mr Moore will soot move to Huntington W Va and in tho future make that his headquarters Dont forget that the stockholders of the Hazel Grten Fair association will meet next Saturday to elect oflicers do chic on tho time of holding the fair and making such other preliminary arrange merits as are necessary Charlie Swnngo lleft yesterday morning for Cincinnati Ho will likely accept tho position of shipping clerk with the McLcllnn Stone Co Mt Sterling will hold him today on account of tho Fore paUghSolls Droll show W J Seltz with Hutspillar k Sberi dan hardware company Ironton Ohio was n guest of tho Day house tMOvenil days this week and epoutcdPtotection- and McKlnlcylsm to tho dear people Many who are already Using the flpur made by the Jlizel Green Mill pronounce it firit olaas S r i IT ENGLISH KITCHENrTlI12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY ftolwton IIIOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUSa LUX BRUT Plo 17 1eto1 ACADEMY NOTES Marenret Patrick is nt her homo in Magrilfin county 0 E Le ford is visiting his parents at Spencer this week S S Oldficld id yet kept at his fathers on account of sickness Henry Ward and K 0 Taulbee are nt Mt Sterling presumably Clto take in tho big animal show Samuel Grecnwado returned from his home on Friday evening last and has resumed his school work Elder Tinsley addressed tho school for a short time Wednesday morning Isis ject was Choosing An Occupation Ova Swango has gone to Mt Sterling to see tho elephants and the lions He win always fond of animals and this proves it Fortysix miles three days out of school The teachers special review class has begun the work in physiolocy Next week flips flannels will take the class in ecopraphy nod tho week following James H Swango will instruct them in civil government covering the work in live lectures The following are the subjects of the orations and CKSIIVH ot the graduates Woman Part Miss Minnie Day What Next Y Miss Lulu Dash Tills 1ayVhnt 1 Carl Mize Tho School I as a JFactor of Nation U C Williams The Problems of the Hour W 11 Du Husk ACADKMIT- In w Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Nome Vary True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Is No PattiI r woe Eld T S Tinsley preached to a largo aniiiimco at west Liberty on last Thurs duly night Prom there he went to Hazel Green whore he commenced series of meeting on Friday night The people of Hazel Green and Wolfe county willII find in Bro Tinsley a Christian man of rare attainments n scholar of ripe experience n clear and logical speaker and polished rhetorician IIf hiI work hero is any criterion from which tojl judge we anticipate a glorious success tho Lords vineyardand that many souls will trend tho pathway of Jesus in Pm Tinsloya new field of labor More head Advanee Wanted A good respectable girl to do the house work for a smallI family Good wages to the right party For further infor mnlionltJ1plnt this ofllue Opposition to Imposition On to the Racket store and get your White Pearl flour at fiO cents a sack your green coO e at G pounds for 1 Arbucklo codec 1 pounds for 75 cents and all other goods in proportion J T DAY C- oa1tartnA reliable lady or gentle tlcman to distribute samples nod make a house to house canvass for our Vegetable Toilet Soaps and Pure Flavoring Ex tracts 10 to 70 n month easily made Address Crofts tC Reed Chicago III 09 Ihnvo arranged to keep as much of tho traveling public na dosiro to stop with mo Sampb roosts for commercial men Ono door west of postoflico Respectfully Mite EUKN KAHn The bodIIf Cnpt Hull who was drowned near Jackson about n month i ago was found a short diatidice from where tho nccident occurred It was 80II nllJnckFonI I For Information and free Handbook vrtto to VY MVKN ft CO Ml IJBOiDWAr Nan Your Oldest bUrtau lor aecudatpntontaInAu erlce livery rntrnt taken out by us la brought before tliff pubUo br a not Jco given frvo orcluuto lu the ft 4ft 1tt ittnj1IIil ttIilL6lfttclt a1Jtou et aey lefelllYo p erp the ear d tiEnc1oI1l llll+ irat08 JIG taiall FtI- IIU Mxawoahas rliIUoaAlUl I t nj f rIEiRiTTWill soil you 1T tt1iY1At ft Ia fi JW11J JEI i tho following pricos White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound 4 All other goods in proportion Como and soo mo I will ninko you happy and you will fool Jiko lifo is worth living I will soil you soma of your goods or some other man will give thorn to you lltisrmoans a Cash transaction Dont ask for crodit Respectfully H F PIERATTI 4 iffIACADEMYl j JXiiNorml and Preparatory School I 1 J1l irarSpecial courses in Bible Short w+ n hand and Typewriting and Orna tiJ W mental and Plain Drawing 1 1 ltl4L CDbItSI S Sl tilAlIIExponsos tho LOWont Discipline tho Flrmoat MI ALL IJIl4uII HIt11b A ThoroughI1 ill rJfilJJj f prepare touching branches of tic Common School t t fffiWJj I 28III IIt n to review their school work 55 111 flfor the coming year fur Cutuli iin of j 11ItH1 lnrtltmlnuIrl 1tJ Y PrincipalilnaulrrlL = = Y v rHw = = w wwwwwwwoWI oww= = i J LL1E DAY Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Prices w w niU YU iii UI i iIi t 1at a JOHN M ROSE ts GENERAlndERCHANDlSE E ioi Consisting of Dry GoodsdrP Notions Clothing Boots- tutu Shoos HulK and Caps E CiEi i r +ililiuglivo price stock for CUBit1Jotluco All persons i itlioowe mo must suttlo ttnced1 it badly XMfNo ono need apply i for credit unless they j settled ill full what IlIvol q owe in4 3 Rcspeutfully Ed 1 1JOHN Ih ROSE l iiir iiLasbiItoaIoM JaH PIERATT livery Feed and Sale Stable HAZEL GREEN KY- ZlrDoh1o t and Single ga sad Saddle florae 4Pifari hire Purlieu convoy to nnv point dn reason L lJlu tilt apetleueerinliMdi Yg fJOU I- yi l I bJ 1l- 1i WI 1IVlMNII TABLERS BUCK EYE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for I10 yoars as the BEST REMEDY for PILES BOX1 HR ALT IlttUOGISTfl rr srtdb ltrotre nttotr IZD co C Loon THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T 8 QUIHCBT Drawer ICO Clilcogo Secre tory of the STAR ACCJDEMT CoMfAMr for Informntlo regarding Accldcnt later llIpcrDy r I memberihlp fee Kat paid over fOOO00000 for I occidental Injuries e I Do your own Agent Wo MBDICAI KXAMINAtlON lU QDIRX IFATFIR nSEDUOEO y u wtla peatelpttiedretanrdutuiuin firnlnu tunx No i rrttia wiltikJM or nabblti m tea b ttuiiiwi9 iHI lfIC K =detcatmaua n- intfonw it 7bnKMiu curtit PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL eoofldoittaiu fnr panuman address irtUi turn lfNTt UrfHI BaIU ten nflnzrnnn Iii 3+ wirattusywL- r WantedAn Idea 1 r teatirM Tfea H EAU fade year 1cIf 9st II u rT lf 1 f r p J IJ 7Tm= ICJ I I f i THE HERALD il BPENCKK cooPEqIubllphor 1 f4 I HAZEL GREEN i t KY It THE SHRIMP j A Lively Wttlo Creature a Hcavengor And a Glutton Tho shrimp is a scavenger It will cat almost anything It is a greedy crca turo it may often be seen in aquariun i tanks to setae a piece of food weighing more than itself If this scrap should be lying on tho bottom the shrimp with Its first effort upon swooping down t r lipon it might raise it clear and then bo compelled to drop it or to sink with It ngaln to the bottom there to attack It piecemeal Tho shrimp is often put In aquarium tanks to help keep then clean it seeks out and eats neglqctci scraps anti little bits of food put info other marine animals but which the others luny have missed anti which puny have settled down in crevices or other by places But while tho shrimp is thus useful asp scavenger it is neces- sary1 at feeding time to see that it does t not get nlso tho food intended for the r other animals tho shrimp exceeding Jy quick in movement rand it may dart down Dud seize the food out of the grip of nn animal much larger than itself nnd it would ho equally ready to take rood from tho helpless sea anemone or the fighting crab A tiny shrimp would f not for n moment hesitate to feed upon y the dead halt held in tho grasp of n lobster trusting to Its agility to escapi t if the lobster should resent the Intru aloe But while tho shrimp is able to and does hold its own remarkably well for one of its size life is by no menus nil plain sailing for it there nro othe creatures of tho set that are quite Ol k qulok and quite ns merciless anti that snap up the shrimp whenever they got n chance Hero may be a lend men liaden 1 lying upon the bottom with 500 shrimps at work upon it pulling and hauling Ono shrimp may got an extra big piece only to be attacked by three or four other shrimps that leave the men linden and fight with the shrimp that has the fragment for the possession of that Tho water is alive with shrimp about the lend fish Along comcii a big wcakfish or n I striped bass The wcakfish may set tho shrimps feuding from a distance of weakfishthis It tiny approach along tho hot torn or It may dart down obliquely and dash through tho mass of shrimps with open mouth sweeping away a dozen of then and dispersing tho rest The dis persal however is likely to be but tem aprnry the wcakfish is not apt to return to this particular quarry it seems to regard the meeting with tin shrimps around the menhndcn as only nn lad font of its days meandering and it goes Int way out too shrimps return to their prey t1 r But it might bo that n little school of bans come along four or live or half a dozen1 of then nnd these might follow up the first dash by pursuing tho shrimps until if they had not annlhll ntcd then they had effectually dis pursed tlllmN Y Sun FARMING ON LONG ISLAND A OlmiiRo of Method mid Crops Nrc lt tt to Mnko It 1romnroun The Long Island papers and the farm ers thcmxchcs are deploring the de- c cline of agriculture on the island They say that already farmers nro selling their places at n sacrifice and are going out of tho business A representativet Suffolk county farmer speaking on the P subject says The chief trouble with agriculture on the island aside front the t high freight rates is tho persistent ndhcrenco to tho old fnslloi methods Tho farmer who have studied markets nnd conditions have made money right along It is not the soil or the climate ngrlculture notpay toraise corn at 40 cents a bushel or potatoes nt 10 or 15 cents a barrel but It will pay to raise mushroom at from 60 to 73 cents per pound Appins perdozensomo of the croakers to look into Ida tory u little IH1B39 according to the record the farmers furnished annually for shipment to market n surplus abed pork hay und grain amounting to 150000 in value and firewood amounting to 00000 more How In1 significant this Forms compared with the products of the island now when there arc single farmers who ship 50 000 worth of products to Boston and eastern markets while tike official rue ones show that 50318 wagon loiuU of fresh vegetables were brought by Long Island farmers to Wnllabout market nlone during tho year ending September 30 1805 I believe that the farmers of Long Island pro Intelligent enterprising and progressive amt they will not bo seriously discouraged by tho low prices of potatoes and grain but will x uaingxThey Imo the best market in the world in the 3000000 people in the metropoli tan district and ample capital to take advantage of the latest nnd most op proved machinery Brooklyn Kngle x Advertising devices lave received r suck attentkin nt the hUnds of the a f velttets there being 11122 patents tai4Ni WSa thli ha 6 = cr tlr u POLITICAL POINTERS Oh etlo HUito of Aff ln la tho Republican Intake The repuUllcan leldea have alnmurged oven since the result of tho election of 1804 was declared thai their partys BUCCCBS in the presidential election ww assured They have counted on re taining tho enormous vote which was then cant for their candidates for con grcss nnd which elected a republican majority of 112 In a total of 35G In the national house of representatives It IIs strange that such fatuity should possess tho minds of men who have passed their lives in the active prize tice of American politics and the phe nomenon cannot be accounted for on any other theory than that politicians In this country are not intelligent ob servers of current events and do not rumcinbor those facts of recent history that are most important to them If the republican party were governed by that high degree of acumen that char acterizes the American In lib daljy business tho leaders would recall the significant fact that in 1802 it was the democratic party that obtained a vast majority of the votes of the people of the United States nnd that a change in 1800 from republican to democratic ascendancy would not be more startling unit was the change of 1801 Moreover they would remember also that the peo ple punished the democrats in 1S91 quite as much for what they did not do as for what they did and that tin fi Hiiro of tho democratic majority in congress to moot sound tariff and sound currency legislation cons Its most grievous sin In the eyes of honest peo ple who are insisting with growing de termination and passion on voting for the welfare of the country nnd against Ithe mere Interests of party politicians Surely If ever a victorious party should have understood that Its retention of I MONOPOLY TO BAYAUD You may think but you must not talk I power ilojHimU on its accomplishment of suite good to the country it was the republican party after Its great victory of 1814 Notwithstanding the fact that the way to success lay clearly through a vigorous Poundmoney policy in legis lation and by an of the bosses the republican party has done absolutely nothing for the relief of the financial interests of the country or ngainst tho rule of the bosses There Is not a candidate for the republican nomination who dare olTend the free collage men by declaring himself in favor of tho single gold standard There is not ono who dare denounce the rule of Platt In New York or of Quay In Pennsylvania There is not one who ttwill admit in public thatMcKlnleyism is luau The other day in the senate when Mr Curter of Montana chair man of the republican national commit tee declared that he cud his friends and not the eastern senators were the real because he and his were silver men Senator Hoar could not assure him too quickly with n quid ification that he the representative of Massachusetts was as enamored of silver as were the senators from the new northwestern states It Is true tint time silver men have shown n to cut loose iron the re publican party because its most prom inent sound money n met continue to try to deceive them with platitudes about international bimetallism but if Carter Dubois Teller Wolcott nod their followers really go it will not be because they are driven forth by tw partys assertions of honestmoney sun timents They will go in spite of the partys pleadings to them to remain The great republican majority in tlw house of representatives has refused to cone to the relief of the treasury Speaker Reed used to boast of the fact that ho made tho Piftyflrst congress n business congress He is ranking thin congress kilo and cowardly He dare not speak his mind on any question be foro the country but ho Is notwithstanding his silence for the failure of the house to pass a gold land bill Ho is courting the silver men McKinley is speechless but we know that ho represents a tariff policy that the country has repudiated nnd that ho championed tho Shermrin act be cause it would enable the silver mine owners of the country to sell their whole product to the government at ILif more than its 1 market price Allison too in speechless but wo know him to be tho nuthor of the silverpurchas ing scheme which under the name of Bland who did not deserve that partic ular dishonor tilled the treasury vaults with silver dollars Both he and Mc Kinlcy are now presented as candidates by the republicans of their respective states with the assurance that they are blmeUUlists If floe Morton were n serious candidate It might bo frankly admitted that ho would be for sound money if he were elected president lint he is not a serious candidate Platt is fooling him though he is not fooling tho country The weakness and viceI of the republican situation are Intensified by these two cunning masters of trade who are between them carrying around 13C votes to sell in the convention for promises of patronage perhaps for cabinet places A bossruled party with silent candidates who are afraid to state their positions on the vital questions of the lay who hope to see their own party win by the momentum obtained two years ago or who are will- Ing at least to divert public attention from these questions by barbarous jingo outcries this is the situation in the republican party today Harpers Weekly COMMENTS OF THE PRESS The McKinley fat fryers are the boldest fellows in the business Buf falo Courier Whos got the button will hen favorite game in St Louis with the accent on the Chicago Tribune Hep The McKinley jwnchers in the preserves of the favorite sinus should bo arrested for violating game laws Chicago Chronicle Proof multiplies that McKinley TARIFFS ULTIMATUM overturning republicans enlightened disposition responsible MONOPOLY TO Itonuin COUSINS You zany tulle but you rust not think Chicago Chronicle also intends to use his best arguments under two heads the usual number in n barrel Philadelphia Times The republican party is ever ready to catch the negro vote but they have no hesitancy in turning down colored aspirants for political honors Kansas City Times Senator Chandler has actually discovered that McKinley is using boodle It is unusual for knowledge to penetrate the senate so soon after the rest of the country hits learned all about it Detroit Free Press It Is believed that 500000 will not cover time visible expenses incurred by McKinleyltcH at St Louis A vast amount of fat must have been fried out to defray the enormous expense of the McKinley campaign If it costs n great sum to nominate him what will it cost to elect him Chicago Chron icleThe speaker or newspaper assert ing that the decline in government rev antics came in with the Wilson bill per verts plain facts When the McKinley bill was passed the surplus in the trans ury was 105000000 after it had been u year in operation the surplus was 37 000000 at the end of the second year It was 2000000 and after the end of the third year time deficit wits 80000 000 These are the figures given byso lending a republican authority as Sen ator Shernuni1es Moines Leader lliuitm lit Wuntcil Where is Markandcarryone Hannn JnnInnltoo wind asks of the waves and tile postmen of everybody Seven thou sand square miles of blank postal cards asking whom they may concern to join in the great popular movement and in cidentally to contribute for the purpose of paying postage for the irresistible popular movement for the nomination of lIon William McKinley of Canton are now stored In New York New Jer sey Pennsylvania and Connecticut Long Island sound Is entirely covered with these mounds of ice And where is Manna the master of the show Tine weary postmen wait for him with wan faces mind loosened knees The perttionO love long looked for wherefore wilt thou welt And show mt yet tho dawn on thy bright hair i N Y Sun PROBABLY there is nothing that Interests lane owners more at this Wino of year than fencing They want to secure the very best artlclo they can for the purpose they desire golnWhllo111IImooLhtemporary uso but expect It to last for years and to Ket this kind of nn article It requires a certain amount ofgood material to make ItTho Do Knlb Fonco Co of Do Kalb lilt nols has the largest nnd most complete lino of smooth wire fencing of any plant in the country They desire particularly to call your attention to their goods Write them youfreeIy in demand or given such general satlsfnc tlon as time fencing manufactured by this company Their steel web picket fcnco for lawn and yard purposes their cabled field BUll hog fence for farm uso their cabled poultry garden nnd rabbit fence nro all they fhlm for Uiom You will hnrdly do yourself Justlco It you do notthorollghlln vestlgato their lines before placing your order Yes snld tho cornfcd philosopher It In not so diniuult to gut something for noth lag but whoa ono gets it it Is not worth tho prlco ludlunupolis Journal Cheap Excursion to tho Went and North went On March 10 and April 7 1800 tho North Western Lino Chicago Northwestern Ity will sell Home Seekers excursion tickets at verylow rates to II largo number of points In Northern Wisconsin Michigan Northwestern Iowa Western Minnesota Ktltfiiulnt North Dakota mill Hnlltli Diilrntu Including tho furious Uliiik Hills district For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines or address W JJ KNIS Kcas O P T A Chicago 111 MA iicrnml hatred nro very fretting nnd nIt to make our minds sore and uneasy Tlllotson To California la rullmun Tourist Sleeping Car The Burlington Route C n K Q R R runs personally conducted cxtnirtdoiiA to California leaving Chicago every Wednes tiny Through cats to California destina tion fitted with carpets upholstered seats bedding toilet coons etc every com vcnlcncc Special agent in charge Route via Denver tune Salt Lake Snnsblno nil tho way Write for doscriptlvu pamphlet to T A Grady Excursion Manager 211 Clark St Chicago Wtto was tho first to discover that tho earth tract round NoahIn the vine anIN Y Times Saved front Destruction This is what happens when tho kidneys nro rescued front inactivity by llostuttcrs Stomach BItter II they continue inactive they are threatened with Brlghts disease diabetes or some other malady which worits- their destruction Malarial bilious and rheumatic ailment and dyspepsia are also conquered by tho Bitters which is thorough and effective Wncx a man gets to thinking that ho can do it nil tho only wiry to bring him to his senses is tolct him try It Hartford Herald Alt About Western Farm Inmls Tho Corn Belt is tho name of nn lUllS trated monthly newspaper published by the Chicago Burlington anti Quincy It It It alms to give information in nn interesting way about the farms Itumds of the vest lend 25 cents in postage stamps to tho Corn Belt 200 Adams tit Chicago and tho paper will bo sent to your address for ono year A DOMAR saved Is n dollar somebody else will probably spend Philadelphia But letin 1 ncucvr Ilsos Cure for Consumption saved my boys lifo 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Chicago ill for a1 copy J BARS walls male a gadding housowlfe3 FieldingMotherl Anxiously vfttch declining health their daughters So many are cut of by consumption in early years that there is real cause for anxiety Li the early stages when not beyond the recruit of medicine Hoods Sarsaparilla will restore tho quality and quantity of the blood and thus give good health Read the following letter I II It is but Just to write about WT daughter Cora aged 10 She was comIpletcly rundown declining had that tlr tII feeling and friends said slid would noi live over three months She had a b- atCoaghJI j and nothing seemed to do her any good happened to tend about Hoods BarsupariHt t and had her give It a trial From tho very t first doso she began to got better After t tailing a few bottles alto wax complete cured and her health has been the best ores i since Mos Avon PECK 13 Rallroat 1 1lncc Amsterdam N Y Jj r- U I will say that my mother inns not alatt my cuso In strong words us I would baTldone Hoods Sarsuparllla has truly curefc t mo and I am now well Con PccgtAmsterdam Be sure to get N j i YJJ c HoodsSarsaparilla ss sE j C All t11IIII1redb vegetablenooa p fi I enoughtoII Ql o You get 5oz ofIIBattIe Ax pI b for JO cents You only get 3J oz I tt ofother brands ofno better quality for JO cents In other words if you buy Battle Axyou get 2oz more of high grade tobacco for the Ohl I same money Can you afford to resist this fact We say NO Aul unless you have Money to Burn tvl tick f E J ice w tir n Il W Jc tit MOST ALLURING o AM the Pleasures That Bring Destruc t tion to Us a I fffrU World WM Intended to Da Enjoyed h Katie Books mud Other Innocent i Asasemeate Strongly Becotn I Beaded by Dr Talma la- HU0 of- tb Sermon sermoekMt I i Oor vii 31 They that use world M not abusing It Judges xvL 25 absad it camo to pass when their hearts SamVsea that he may makes us sport There were 3000 people assembled in rttthe Temple of Dagon They had como r to make sport of eyelcns Samson They sagawere all ready for the entertainment They began to clap and pound Impatient t for tho amusement to begin and 41they cried Fetch him outl Fetch him ar a eatl Yonder I see tho blind old giant oming led by tho hand of a child into atethe very midst of tho temple At his grst appearance thero goes up a shout of laughter and derision The blind oW giant pretends ho is tired an- dS wants to rest himself against tho pil lire of tho house so ho says to the lad 4 who leads him Show me where the It ot7main pillars are The lad does so ffl Theo the strong man pats his right that band on ono pillar and his left hand on Is another pillar and with the mightiest the push that mortal ever made throws rills himself forward until tho wholo house ltltj eomes down in thunderous crash ltb grinding the audience like grapes in a- winej press And so it came to pass mylwhen their hearts wore merry that comithey said Call for Samson that ho tiredsay make us sport And they called l notfar Samson out of tho prison house bMsadhe made them sport In other words there aro amuse yenta that are destructive and bring town disaster and death upon the Leads of those who practice them While they laugh and cheer they die d1 The three thousand who porished that arfy say hi Gaza aro as nothing compared veq to tho tens of thousands who have been Aft destroyed by sinful amusements ote1i But my first text implies that thero eveis a lawful use of the world as well as trod am unlawful abuse of it and the differ A ence between tho man Christian and ItathemilD unChristian is that in tho Imamtormer case the man masters tho world masurel 1 lJciten him bor whom did God make this grand and beautiful world For whom this wonderful expenditure of color this gracefulness of line this mosaic of tho ground this fresco of the theSflute and tho winds trumpet and the thunders drum and all the splendors of earth and sky como slashing their springtitthe arched bridge of colors resting upon buttresses of broken stormcloud For lewhom did ho gather tho upholstery of Ore around tho window of the setting especiallyrI for his own dear children If you build a largo mansion and colagatedo you allow strangers to come in and tho place whllo you thrust your 1tccupy in tho kitchen or tho barn or tho fields Oh not You say I I am very glad to see strangers in my jnansion but my own sons and daugh tern shall have tho first right there Now God has built this grand mansion f a world and he has spread a glori ous feast in it and while those who arof itrangcrs to His graco may como in I ihinlc that God especially intends to i give the advantage to his own children those who aro tho sons and daughters of tho Lord Almighty those who through grace can look up and say Abba Father You can not make mo believe that God gives more advan tages to tho world than ho gives to tho church bought by His own blood If therefore people of tho world have oolccd with dolorous sympathy upon those who make profession of religion and have said Those new converts are going down into privation and into Hardship Why did they not tarry a little longer in tho world and havo some of llsenjoyments and amusements and recreations I say to such men of the world You aro greatly mistaken and before I get through I will show that those people who stay out of tho kingdom of God havo tho hardships and selfdenials while thoso who como in havo tho joys and satisfactions writs of ejectment In tho name of the King of Heaven and earth I servo a writ of ojectment upon all tho sinful and polluted who I have squatted on the domain of earthly pleasure as though it belonged to them while I claim in behalf of the good and tho purti and tho true tho eternal in heritance which God has given them 7 Hitherto Christian philanthropists clerical and lay have busied them solves chiefly in denouncing sinful rec reations but I feel wo havo no right to stand before men and women in whoso hearts thero is a desire for recreation i amounting to positive necessity denouncing this and that and that and the other thing when we do not pro pose to give them something bettor God helping mo and with reference to my last amount I shall enter upon a iphcro not usual in sermonizing but a subject which I think ought to be presented at this time I propose now to lay before you some of the rhich are not only recreationsI I tively helpful and la the first place I commend amoag andInstrumental eartmightworld which began with so sweet a serenade is finally to be demolished amidst tho ringing blast of tho arch angels trumpet so that as there was music at tho start there shall bo music at tho close While this heavenly art onhas often f superstition and dissipation we all know it may bo the means of high thingtothe sound of cultured voices am I amidst tho melody of musical Instruments There is in this art an indescribable fascination for the household Lot all those families who have tho means toI afford it have flute or harp or piano or organ As soon as tho hand is largo enough to compass tho leoys teach It how to pick out tho melody Let all our young men try this heavenly art upon their nature Those who havo gone into It fully have found in it illim itable recreation and amusement Dark days stormy nights seasons o sickness business disasters will do lit tie toward depressing the soul which can gallop off over musical keys or pnlnIt sion It will revive health It will ro claim dissipation It will the immortal soul In tho battle oi Waterloo Wellington saw that the Highlanders were falling back Ho said What is the mutter there Ho was told that tho band of music had ceased playing and ho called up tho pipers and rdoreel them to strike up an inspiring air and no sooner did they strike tho air than tho Highland ers were rallied and helped to win tho day Oh ye who have been routed in the conflicts of life try by tho force of music to rally your scattered haunt ions I am glad to know that in our great cities thero is hardly a night in which there are not concerts whore with tho best musical instruments and tho sweetest voices people may find entertainment Patronize such entertain ments when they are afforded you Buy season tickets if you can for tho Philharmonic and tho Handel and Hayden societies Feel that tho dollar and a half or two dollars that you spend for tho purpose of hearing an artist play or sing is a profltablo Investment Let your academics of music roar with the acclamation of apprecia tive audiences assembled at the concert or the orltorio Still further I commend as worthy of their support tho gymnasium This institution is gaining in favor every year and I know of nothing moro free from dissipation or moro calculated to recuperate tho physical and mental energies While there are a good many peoplo who have employed in this In stitution thero is a vast number who aro ignorant of its excellencies Thero are men with cramped chests and weak sides and despondent spirits who through tho gymnasium might bo roused up to exuberance and exhilara tion of life There are many Christian peoplo despondent from year to year who might through such an institu tion bo benefited in their spiritual ro lations There aro Christian people who seem to think that it is a good signI to bo poorly and because Richard Baxter and Robert Hall were InvalidsJJ they think that by tho same sickness they may como to the same grandeur ofI character I want to tell tho Christian peoplo of my congregation that God will hold you responsible for your in nUdism if it is your fault and when j through right exercise and prudence you might bo athletic and well The effect of tho body upon tho soul OUl acknowledge Put a man of mild dlsI position upon tho animal diet of which tho Indian partakes and in a littlo while his blood will change its chemical proportions It will become like unto tho blood of tho lion or tho tiger or tho bear while his disposition will change and become fierce and unre lenting rime body has a powerful ef fect upon tho soul There arc good peoplo whoso ideas of Heaven are all shut out with clouds of tobacco smoke There are people 1 who dare to shatter tho physical vaso in which God has put tho jowel of eter nity There are men with great hearts and intellects in bodies worn out by 1 their neglects magnificent machinery J capable of propelling a Majestic across tho Atlantic yet fastened in a rickety North river propeller Martin Luther 1 was so mighty for God first because ho had a noblo soul and secondly because ho had a muscular development which 1 would havo enabled him to thrash any 1 fivo of his persecutors Hit had been Christian enough to do so Physical development which merely shows itself in fabulous lifting or in perilous rope walklng or in pugilistic encounter ox cites only our contempt but wo confess to great admiration for tho man who has a great soul in an athletic body every nerve musclo and bono of which is concentrated to right uses Oh it seems to bo outrageous that men through neglect should allow their physical health to go down beyond re pnlra ship which ought with all sail sot and every man at his post to be carrying a rich cargo for eternity em ployingall its mon in stopping leakages When you may through tho gymna slum work off your spleen and your querulousness and onehalf of your physical and metal ailments do not tura your back apoa tuck a pad Bodicamcnt Still luruiertoommond to you a large class of parlor games and testes makingh our than they are now Those parents can not expect to keep their children away from outside dissipations unless they make the domestic circle brighter anything shoo they can find outside o it Do not then sit In your homo su rly and unsympathetic and with a half condemnatory look because of tho spoctfulncss of your children You were young onco yourself lot your children be young Because your eyes are dim and your ankles are stiff do not denounce sportfulncss in thoso upon whoso eyes there is tho first luster and in whoso foot there is the bounding joy of robust health I thank God that in our drawing and in our parlors thero Bro innumera blo games and sports which have not upon them the least taint of iniquity Light up all your homes with Innocent hilarities Do not sit down with tho rheumatism wondering how chit dren can go on so Rather thank God that their hearts aro so light had thoir chcelcfsI are so ruddy and that their expecta tions are so radiant Tho night will como soon enough and time heartbreak and the pang and the desolation it will como soon enough for tho dear children But when tho storm actually clouds tho sky it will bo time enough reeftacklesfCarry then luto your homes not only time innocent sports and games which are tho inventions of our own day but the games which como down with tho iportfulness of all the past ages chess and charades and tableaux I and battledore and calisthenics and lawn tennis and all those amusements which tho young people of our homes know so well how to contrive Then there will bo tho parlor soclaltics groups of people assembled in your homes with wit and mimicry and joviality filling tho room with joy from door to mantel and from tho carpet to tho ceiling Oh is there any exhilara tion liko a score of genial souls in ono room each ono adding a contribution of his own individual merriment to tho aggregation of general hilarity Suppose you want to go abroad in tho city then you will find tho panorama and tho art gallery and the exquisite collections of pictures You will find tho museum and tho historical society rooms full of rare curiosities and scores of places which can stand plainly tho test of what is right and wrong in amusements You will find tho leotur ing hall which has been honored by the names of Agassiz in natural history Doremus in chemistry Boynton in geology Mitchell in astronomy John B Gough in moral reform and scores and hundreds of men who have poured their wit and genius and ingenuity through that particular channel upon tho hearts and consciences and imaginations of men setting this country fiO years fur ther in advance than it would have been without tho lecture platform I rejoice in tho popularization of outdoor sports I hail tho croquet ground and tho fishermans rod and tho sports mans gun In our cities lifo is so un healthy and unnatural that when tho census taker represents a city as hay ing 400000 Inhabitants thero are only 200000 since it takes at least two men to amount to ono man so depleting and unnerving and exhausting is this metropolitan life Wo want moro fresh air moro sunlight moro of tho abandon of field sports I cry out for it in behalf of tho church of God as well as in behalf of secular interests I wish that our ponds and our rivers and capitolino grounds might bo all aquako with tho heel and the shout of tho swift skater I wish that when tho warm weather the graceful oar might dip the stream and tho evening tide bo res onant with boatmans song tho bright prow splitting tho crystalline billow Wo shall have tho smooth and grassy lawn and we will call out people of all occupations and professions and ask them to join in tho ball players sport You will como back from these outdoor I exercises and recreations with J strength in your arm and color in your I cheek and n flash in your eye and sour age in your heart In this great battle I that is opening against the kingdom of darkness we want not only ti consecrated soul but a strong arm anti stout lungs and mighty muscle I bless God j that there aro so many recreations that have not on them any taint of iniquity recreations in which wo may for tho strengthening of tho engagelI tho clearing of tho intellect for tho il lamination of the soul 1 Thero is still another form of recrea LIon which I commend to you and that is tho pleasure of doing good I have seen young men weak and cross and sour and repelling in their disposition who by ono Heavenly touch have wak 1 ened up and become blessed and buoy ant the ground under their feet and tho sky over their heads breaking forth into music Oh says somo young man in tho houso today I should like that recreation above all others but I have not tho means My dear brother let us take an account of stock You have a largo estate if you onl realize it Two hands Two feet You will have perhaps during thednext year at least ten dollars for itable contribution You will have CSOO cheerful looks if you want to employ them You will have 5000 pleasant words If you want to speak them Now what aa aaioHHt that Is te start with You go out to sorrow aioralng aad yon MO a shall of rl4atlUtloa fej tk r i cf icr wayside Yow give bier tw nutkThe blind sass hearty the poaalo va4 flee ia his hat and he aaytt That it putdovnthef vcl1depthhappyYouwith a wheelbarrow trying to got tt u on tho curbstone He falls in the attempt You say Stand back my ladjI lets me try You push It ap on the curbstone for him and pass on H wonders who that wall dresscd naa was that helped him You did a kindl ness to tho boy but you did a great joy to your own soul You will not get over it all week On tho street tomorrow mornings you will sco a sick man passing along Ah you say what can I do to make this man happy He certainly docs notI want money he is not poor but h twentyfivehave garnered up for tho wholo yearv Look joy and hopefulness into his souL It will thrill him through had there will be a reaction upon your own soul Going a little further on you will come I to tho storo of a friend who is ombar rasscd in business matters You willI go in and say What a fino storo you have 1 think business will brighten up and you will lave moro custom af ter awhile I think thero is coming a great prosperity to all tho country Good morning You pass out You havo helped that young man and you have helped yourself Col Gardner who sat with his elbow a table spread with all Ion looking off at a dog on tho ru ing How I would like to change places with hlmI bo tho dog and ho bo Col Gardiner or those two Moravian missionaries who wanted to go into the lazaretto for tho sake of attending the sick and they were told If you go there you will never como out We never allow any one to come out for ho would bring tho contagion Then they made their wills and wont in first to help tho sick and then to tile Which was tho happier CoL Gardiner or the Moravian missionaries dying for oth ers Was it all sacrifice when tho mis sionaries wanted to bring tho gospel to tho Negroes in tho Barbadocs anti be ing denied tho privilege sold them selves into slavery standing side by side lying side by side down in tho very ditch of suffer ing in order that they might brin r thoso men up to lIfo and God an I Heaven Oh there is a thrill lu theI joy of doing good It is tho most mag nificent recreation to which a man over put his hand or his head or his heart But before closing I want to impressI upon you that macro secular entertain month are not a fit foundation for you soul to build on I wits reading of woman who had gone all tho rounds o sinful amusement and she came to die She said I will die tonight at six oclock Oh they said I guess not you dont seem to bo sick I shall dio at six oclock and my soul will bo lost I know it will bo lost 1 havo sinned away my day of grace Tho noon came They desired her to seek religious counsel Oh sho said it is of no use My day is gone I have been all tho rounds of worldly pleasure and it is too Into I shall die tonight nt six oclock The day woro away nnd it came to four oclock nnd to five oclock and sho cried out at five oclock 0Istroying spirits yo shall not have mo yet it is not six It is not six I ThoI moments went by and tho shadows boo Iran to gather nnd tho clock struck six rind while it was striking her soul wont What hour God will call for ui I do not know whether six oclock tonight j or three oclock this afternoon or at one oclock or at this moment I Sitting where you aro falling forward j or dropping down where will you go to Tho last hour of our lifo will soon bo here and from that hour wo will re 1 view this days proceedings It will b a solemn hour If from our death pit low wo have to look back and see a life spent in sinful amusement there will be a dart that will strike through our soul sharper than tho dagger wltbI which Virginius slow his child The memoryof the past will make us quake 1 like Macbeth Tho iniquities and riot J ings through which wo havo passed will J como upon us weird and skeleton as I MCIr Mcrrilllcft Death tho old shy will demand and take tho remain Ing pound of flesh and tho remaining drop of blood and upon our last oppor tunity for repentance and our InsII chanco for Heaven tho curtain w11110rc over dropIINTERESTING ITEMS ly Switzerland a favorite dish It hailed chestnuts mashed flno and served with whipped cream OVALS of fino quality and In considerable numbers havo recently been dis covered near Gcncssce Idaho I- liTo curso with teA book and candIai was the most formal excommunication practiced by the church of Rome A WALKEBVUAB Mont womas cleaned up four dollars worth of gold tho craws of three chickens a Low a ays ago Ix King Prempehs palace tho English found 110000 la silver and gold and UBo der the kings bed a large number of fia bottles LONDON eoataia a qsarter of a all Ikw working aiafl woawa wises 1MI lasstkas l J =Q B y Jw c A LITTLE tNOMtENiiCt F Hoax Whatfa a good book for a roan about to got Married rouxAbank book =Philadelphia Record ErI want sonic sort of a present for n young lady Sweetheart or sis tor Erwhyflho hasnt aaM- f which sho will be yet Cincinnati JEa- f qulrcr ua she n neat housekeeper Site must be Her husband was telling Mr links the other day that hefnover could enjoy himself at home Soraerville Journal SheIiow old would you say 1 was IrcUmwoll I should say you were old enough to know hotter than to think would answer question liko UantFun A Terrible Threat Registrar to witnesses at a marriage who are talk ling very tou1hLndllll nnd gentlemen marrytleegArc you doing anything with your camera now Madgo Yes ia deed a burglar got into our room tho other night and Nan held him vhllb I tools his photograph by flash light Chicago Record uDlell understand you to say said tho Boston lady to this art critic that what Mr Van Bobbies picture needs is atmosphere Yes All then I be gin to understand a remark ratio by Mr Vim Dobblea which was hitherto unintelligible About Oils picture II ita Ho said ho wished ho could think of soma way to raise tho wind on it Washington Star Dyega monlment for over ten minus for Homebody to whit on mo If yo cant hire clerks enough Ill go somewhere sloe l Young flan humbly = Sorrti atnyour disposal now what can I Ho for you Old IndyYou kin give mo u twocent stump nu bo quick about it Hiirlcin Life LIFE IN THE BARRACKS Tho lushness of Hulillarlue In tho United HtMtOl While there are mummy disadvantages connected with tho life of n common soldier thero arc soma compensating circumstances that tho public rarely takes into consideration The common soldier when ho lives up to army regu ovarydand fine phyiilcnl development lie also hUH runny mental cold moral privileges provided ho takes advantage of them anti is on tho whole much better oftc t than In generally supposed pubbr occa feelf easy get good en listed men Of course tho thought of training men supply to shoot and be shot at has its unpleiumnt side but nil tho name they nro necessary for tho safety of their country nnd probably will be to the end of time especially If time peace congresses make no more headway titan prnctlec crclscH are part of tho regular employ ment It Is now recommended that moro freedom bo given to tho men in tho aft niayhaveother nmiiHcmcntn and ninny have moro tlmo to themselves to follow their own pleasures there in u tendency to ward moro freedom in the interming ling of officers and men amid a better state of feeling between them than lion hitherto existed Contexts in nthlotio games nro suggested not only in tho garrison but between those at accessi blo points Marches out through tho country aro proposed not nlono for practice but for tho purpose of taking tho men into now scenes Barrack life is exceedingly hum drum anti tho men become restless when confined too long In ono place Whero soldiers are quartered near the water it Is proposed to supply racing shells boats nnd nil necessary nppli nnccn for exercise Itubber heels are lobe attached to nrmy shoes experiments laving shown that the jar to the body ia greatly decreased and much fatigue Is avoided A review of tho condition of the army nhowB an unusual amount of intelli gence in tho suggestions of those in charge of tho various departments It is possible to make the condition of tho soldier much moro comfort nnd agreeable without rendering tho service too costly nnd this f accord ing to nil Indications tho war department is inclined to doN Y Ledger Uncalledpar ThIns In time postal museum at Washington many interesting objects are included tho exhibit of articles whoop found tbelrway into the dead otter office There is a big rattlesnake mailed alive which a about six feet long two hahto thick and has nino rattles a centipede which was maUl alive wrapped up la newspaper a human skull sent it n Prof 8D Gross of Philadelphia elfW ycaraoigo and refused by him laeecwf there was 310 due in postage hf package having tea aeakd afaiaMM upcctlon Dig Brave SpottedJVoltWrJ wild aaklebi aa lads cip lseit1s dyHlUe bomb llineheeloaf an Mir = dteaMier a set ttalMi t s ki ft bladder full ei atiutfj a- sleati JKffi Jfrfe tie sad wsay ae- thmyr v 1I ir 1 y v q n lid iA- e r d- OT 0 C i I0 I 41 0 E o 1 i9 JiAn it- IiII F weekF+ d w lftta d n Wf low by fir TIM Oweatboro council granted thirty three loon licenses it oiio meeting The Ott 0 depot At Morehcnd wns rpbbcd of 93164 one night lost week J l A colored couple were married in Lox JIngtoh last week on a license issued In 1871 0 The Lexington school board ii con E eIt1 ring plans for three now tichoc houses Kentucky nucMnionts for tho pas year are 20000000 loss thou for tho year before w Patton IIs tlto name of n now postofflc yeatablisheti in Mngoffln county Kali Fatton Is ponimistres 1 Gov Brndloy signed the extraditIon pnpcw and SherIff linker has taken John Sebastian back to Texas It cost James F Stone 700 to kill 1 v pet goose bo saw swimming in thu llicli fond waterworks reservoir John Cnllalmn will robably clio from being pawed almost to loath by n ntul nt tho Bluegrmu stock yards nt Lcxliif tonIThrco young Lexington Inds pinyin Indian out lire to n fouryear old girl dross and horned her severely fhey were arrested Thoro Irt no bloom nt oil on the Alrlo trees around Maysvillo but peach an cherry trees wore ccarccly over ulltr throughout thin scotianIi A mnn in Bath county cut a twoho- rllolwnlon load of wood limited it toOwlngi vlllc and sold It for 76 cents uftor pay 4ng 80 cants turnpike toll While working at Taylord distillery In Harrison county George Barkei stop pedon n nail which ran through his boot and almost through his foot Hun James A Barnes represontntivi from Bath and llownn counties went suddenly deaf tho other night and ila now in Louisville under treatment A telephone company has been organ lied to connect tho towns of Grayson Leon and Olive Hill in Carter county and Martiniburg tho county sent of Elliott county John Payne aged sixteen years wm found dead in bed at his homo near Orof ton Ho had burn drinking and it III thought that ho smothered todonth while in n drunken stupor Nannie Uulger seventeen of Mays vllle took n douu of rough on rats with suicidal intent She U still living lust says she will yet kill or drown hortolf us life Is nut worth living Afro William Baldwin wits of a wealthy citlxnef JUrrtHlnlnirj uomrnlt too Miicldt by cutting her thrum with n razur Site lull a note vying sho wits drivwi U the rash deed by the morphine habit Icojdo who have buslnew wl the Car tor oounty court want muro dignity shown by the county judge when trials era In progress They dont take to it kindlyneoing the olllolalu strutting around smoking while court Iis In session Sonnlor lOll Tillmau did not receive tho expiolcd ovation nt Owonoboro He kept up his usual alms for an hour and u half Incidentally ho declined that ho had novor hoard of Dr Clardv the Democratic uongrmninn front that dis trictAccording to tho Democrat thoro is n man in Catlottitburg who owns a cluck that will not vary from tho true time No mutter how fast or slow ho sots hit will gradually drop back or run ahead to the truo time and then goes right alongAn ordinance prohibiting tho ringing ofchurch bolls will bo introduced in tho council IlL Allllel1lbllr on tho ground that many good people who arc not wore shiper are greatly annoyed by the notso of tho bells nnd that tho robot upon tho sick and nervous is very disastrous J 0 Wood n prisoner in the Fayctto county jail charged with housebroaking k ate soap to make him sick in the hops that ho would be sent to tho hospital and thus increase his chance to escape Tho jail ofliciftld got on to Wood however and used tho stomach pump with good effec- tAbout a month ago John Flecnor while hauling logs near Whltcsburg WM killed by a log falling on him Dur r tW great floods which devastated nearly ike whole f Eastern Kentucky tho MQttar Red only brother and sister of tenor Wire drowised A few years I iaoe flint la btrot FlIkNur met deaths In IrIWi the Mole family a Imre Met Sad i9RMfutgtsLae1Rtrltis w + Li INell JIfII Dears tire killing cattle In Bouthc Georgia Tho house committee on torrltorl decided to report favorably the bill toI make Oklhhnmn n state Dub Chambers a desperate negro WAS taken from officers near Cranberry N 0 and shot tu death by a mob- Linford 0 Jules who was foreman of Lisa jury that tried Holme wns kills by H live electric wire at Phllndclpbi In Bethany Mo the city count passed an ordinance to prohibit slrls from chnwlnggum during divine service Gen Woylcr lists iissued n proclamntk promising pardon to nil Cuban insnrgeint lenders who surrender within twcnt days Ezra Bcamon the oldest Stinker in the country died nt the Howard settlement near Ayer Maw lust week at the rgo of 101 years At Sctittabuig lad a litter of pig hind their tails eaten olf by rats whllo the old sows hud been loft intact by tho greedy rodents Five hundred Democrats mot at Da Ins and resolved to reorganize the Denu tunic party in Texan for a vigorous light for wound money Adolph ilinm Democrat was klllc by JuNuph Bossier Republican opposil St John Buplixt parish La us a roault of the pulltieulcxeitcnluut Copt Jell Woylcr hiss decided to re lease thu Itsv Albert Diaz the Ainer CUll missionary who in in prison and hili brother Alfred Dluz on condition thut they leave Cuba A bride in Montreal Canada appeal oilat the altar with bur put canary tutu tonud to hvr shoulder by a ddicuto cuM chain During the marriage turcmon thu bird began to sing A wretched judge in a liwoklyn M Y court in now having a plcniu over II case in which he Iis called upon to decld how high tt woman may rube her skirt In crossing muddy streets John J Mitchell who has the honor of being the porter of ho lirst Iullmai ilceper tlio Pioneer died In Chicagi last week He had been In the emplo of the company for over thirty years Sterling Ambrose an aged white mat wits lynched lust week at McMinnvillc Tenn Ho had appeared as a wilnes agaiiiAt moonsliincM and they are supposed to Ihave composed the lynching party The workings of the Kepublican na tional convention will IKJ facilitated bj the introduction of telephone Tin committee rooms delegate hcadqunrtan and speakers sund will be cotinectoil with a fully eiuiipedl telephone system After free silver bad carried the tiny in the Alabama Democratic convention Lund Copt JiwophJ K JohnsonJ hind been nominated for gtfvurnor his defeated op ponent Richard 1 II Ulurku inndu a pa triotlu plea for H united fight Ngniuut tin oommon onciny MIA Jl I Davie of SAn KnmeUcnI has the longest hair in the world ll clusters in a gwit IIIHW about her lead nnd thought she is a tall woman befog Hro feet nine inches in helgml her lung trusses when uncoiled Bwcyp on thu ground for nearly u foot Her hair iie just six foot eight InuhiM in length At Cleveland 0 KiUsimmoiiB tho pugilist had his put lion Nero chained un the roof of a tall building on account of thud heat On going td the lion it iprang to uncut him ruts got tho chain icross Homo electric light wire and in umlaut with Its master Tlio lion won diockod to death and Fituimmona was iovoruly shocked anti burned At Yorktown Ind Charles Skinner itiiclded by hanging making n case without parallel in K intern Indiums because of lilt ago The boy was but M years ohlIIUlI was tie son of Jacob Skinner alto5 oclock tho lads mother had occn Ion to go to tho roar door of her homo md was startled to find the Ladof her Ion dangling from an npplu tree not 8 cot from the dour Tho rope usedwas 1I j inches in size and hind been used for I swing Last Sunday tho boys father loticod a regulation hangmans knot tied In tho rope but thought nothing strange of it This snmo knot was used tho soy having climbed up on n stepladder Adjusted tho noose pullout ids cop down ovor his taco and kicked tho ladder from under him Death was canned by atran ulation Tho boy was a cigarette florid noting a halt dozen boxes each day Uo also rend cheap novels and was in 100 with a Hycnrold girl whom ho wanted to marry It is believed that hiU Intentions woro to kill the girl na a razor was found in his pocket nnd bo tolel some friends tbatlthoy would heart a murder and lufcido early in tho raing 11 n Constipation Biliousness Cause Sickheadache Paint In the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion I There is only one cure which is rOne Pink Pill touches the liver and removes the bile One Tonic Pellet nightly nets as a gentle Jlaxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs 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