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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rs r1 JfFlE MAZElr BFlEE HERALD 4 1 Ell Owner and Editor s Of a XnUjr World With News DUI Nixtloni LurnVrlng at UU nook t SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance JpENCENC00P LIHAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 21 1890 NUMBER 8 ScrofulaStakes lifo misery to thousands of people It manifests itself in many different ways like goitre swellings running sores boils salt rheum and pimples antI other eruptions Scarce ly a man is wholly free from it in sumo form It clings tenaciously until the last vestige of scrofulous poison is indicated by Hoods Sarsaparilla tho Ono Truo Blood Purifier Thousands of voluntary testimonials tell of suffering from scrofula often inherited and most tenacious positively perfectly and permanently cured by HoodsSarsaparilla Spared only by C I Hood Co Lowers Mass Do sure to net loons and only HOODS atteralnnerMoods Wincnesterl e e Bank WINCHESTER KY i iN H WITHEUSPOON President 11 D 1IUKTKK Cashier j iiPaid up CtlPthtI 0000000 l 20000000 11SurplusIJ This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders tats IJllsllless men J generallyI throughout l astern Kentucky and otTers its customers every fteilityl and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimAte inking octl8lv TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK IT STERLING KY 1 0 CAPITA 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 o J M IJIGSTAFF President G L KIUKPAT1UCK Vice President 1114 THOMSON Cashier o j We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants farmers traders nnd business men generalr throughout Ensteru Kentucky A 11enernl banking business dune Give us n chance to send you ft bank book pay your a checks and Iona rot mane when ill need W W THOMPSON rnshser IlieOMBS HOUSE CAMPTON I J B IIOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the host and1 f rerlAttelrulatOthecotlftrtoftuevtsCLARENDON Car Short cord IlincHtnnii Streets IKXINdTON KY JOS M SICAIX Proprietor j Iejdoss and rules reasonable The puUonnKC of the mountain people is solicited and the l1belt treatment assured r lilA FLOYD BYRD f fAbstracts of title furnished collec dons matte and prompt returns guaranteed IA KYI KIjIayalts ATTORXEYATLAW HOWARD STAMPER S ATTORXBYATLAW CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe nnd the aajoiuhg counties All business entrusted toou rare wll1relhe prompt attention T SWAN00Campton J JOHNSON it SWANG- OATTORXEYSATLAAV Will practice in the Wolfe county and cir madeandnotice Jatst WATTIiB3E3Q Mn Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY t l6rSurgcry and obstetrics aspecialty Why not be Jour- IwnMiddlemanl Pay but ono profit between maker atoll ustonaOurBtItfIow2H pounds 13000 Illustrations describes ovcrtoOOOntcIM 1e4ftforopfcy part postage te C keep off Idlers You cantget1C too kk COThePeoplet6C11dM1 h j i The TonsorIal Butcher LKespectfulljr dedicated by S J Wj Twas on last Friday afternoon With beard upon my face I wandered round in search of one Who could that beard erase Twns you I found most noble one TwIIS you most noble brut That plunked me down In a broken chair And told mo you could slave AlaslIIIWhnt fools we mortals be I listened to your song The flowery language which you used With eloquence was strong At last you started in to biz And lathered my face well With something you would cull a brush But ohm1 it felt like hh- You 1 nest produced rarer keen One tint would cause no pain Rut A butcher knife for seraphs hogs Would be n better name The Demonetization Silver In 1G73 From the Lexington Observer In 1S71 Germany which had previous Ily been a silver standard country tuck n step toward establishing the gold stand and by providing for n gold coinage and1 stopping the coinage of the larger silver pieces In July of 1S73 tho work was completed by depriving the silver coin- of their legal tender As early as 1SG7 the project hnd beet mooted establishing tho guM standar- in I the United States and from that lint on it was quietly talked of nt the treasury department by n few senators and representatives and possibly in the high est banking circles lint it was nova discussed in public and the people were never consulted with preference to their wishesIn the weight of the half dollars quarters and dimes had been reduced t about SI per cent their legal tender limited to 5 and their coinage on pri vate account stopped This was intend ed to prevent their shipment abroad tho cflect of which had been to tanke these small coins scarce causing incon venience to those needing change lint Director Preston to the contrary notwithstanding it was in no sense a de monetization of silver The dollar remained in full legal tender and itsI coinage was unlimited Although a pri rate individual could no longer have hisI bullion coined into half dollars quarters and dines it could still have it coined into dollars milt these dollars were lawful money the same as the gold dol lar Hut on the 12th day of February 1S73 the mint law was revised and tho stand art silver dollar was dropped from th list of coins A trade dollar 71 grains heavier was substituted- As there were hut few standard silvo- dollars then iii the country this amount ed practically to the demonetization ofr silver The trade dollar was not intenderI to be 1legal tender at nIl but when th generalI revision of the statutes took place early in 1S71 tho IlegalI tender ofr AM silver coins was fixed at S5 This made the demonetization of silver complete in the United States Silver was no longer available exceptl in small sums not exceeding o anti out- vast debt public anti private instead e r being payable in coin of either metal became payable in gold alone lOW AND WilY SILVER WAS DKMOVH TIZKI The demonetization of silver in the United States has ncycr boon satfcfactcr ilj explained It has been repeatedly charged that iit was done fraudulently and by a criminal tampering with the official iccordsof tho United States senate This has been just as positively denied which was natural enough If demonetization was accomplished by a trick of course thoso engaged in it will stoutly protest their innocence and those who were not in the senate at that time do not know whether there was any trick or not ex cept ns they may draw their own con clusions from tho Congressional Record Three things however are perfectly plain First at the time the bill passed the senate there was not a single word of debate on the subject of demonetizing silver What discussion took place WM upon the features of the bill Second when th6 bill was returned to the house with the standard dollar left out It was y U if concurred in without any debate win over Third tho dully press of that perw iod Wade no mention of silver having been demonetized by tho bill nnd fourthI Senator Sherman appears to bo about tho only prominent participant in tho work who admits A knowledge thatsilvor was being demonetized Senator Heck of Kentucky said on tho 10th day of January ISiS liltwns never understood by either house of congress Isay this with a fullI knowledge of the fnc Mr Kelly of Pennsylvania said on the 9th of March ISiS UTlmughchnirmnn on tho committee of coinage I was ignorant of the fact that it would demonetize the silver dollar Again ht 1Iilllnl May 10 In all the legislation of this country there is no tnvhtvry equal to the demone J tization of the standard silver dollar Senator Thurman said in 1S7S Wlcn the hill was tending in tho senate we thought it was dimply a bill to reform the mint etc and there was in t n single man in the mnate I think un less n member of the committee from which the bill came who limit tho slight n t idea that it WitS even a squint toward j l demonetizationMr1 of Illinois said in 1S7S thsI j Record and neither members of congress nor the people understood the scope of the legislation tisins so instance after instance miah- c be given of prominent Republicans andI cunlIl knowledge of intentional dcmnncthntion As Governor Prince well says in his unanswerable speech published in No I of this paper Perhaps there is no other example in history of any sat so unjustifiable that no one would admit any connection withi it At that time there was no sneering i talk of cheap debased silver The gold dollar was then time cheaper one being worth three cents loss than tho all ver dollar Indeed the only excuse any one offers for tho act is that silver was TOO VAUAIUK TO 11 B COIXltD Mr Sherman gives that ns n reason saying that the silver dollar was then worth about 3 per cent more than tho gold dollar Mr Carlisle says since his conversion of course that the act was simply a lOllSIexisted1 Hut however omit all mention of the highly significant fact that at the time of demonetization the coinage of silver was increasing very rapidly In 1S6S the coinage of silver dollars 0wns 1S700 in ISM 424800 in 1S70 4ir4G2 in 1871 11171510 in 1S72 1118000 and for tine first forty days of continuedr Ollrr2000000IThere was absolutely xo reason for 0mho demonetization of silver in the United States The mall coinage oC- r previous yours was well known to bowing o to the difference between our ratio and that of grouse Even if silver wore not being coined atI all tho law did no harm It onuses no oontphainf frig of it- Instead of destroying one of tine inotala entirely ns money the ratio should huvo been changed to conform to that of France and the right of tho people to the full use of both metals as money should havo been preserved This matter is referred to at this point not because tho particular circumstances of silver demonetization are themselves so important but because of tho character of the objections now mantle to itsI restoration It iis boldly assumed that silver wasI demonetized because it was superabun data nnd cheap when in fact it was then time dearer metal Tho demoneti zation has made it cheap that ih com pared with gold In relation to other things silver 1 not cheap as will be shown further on Nor was it superabundant for in tho year 1872 tho production of gold vas 34000000 greeter than that of silver The gold standardise hue created the renditions adverse to silver and now they have tho hardihood to urge those conditions as a reason why it should not be restored Fig iraNvdy they have rxn E 9 knocked silver down and tow kick it for falling However silver was demonetized whether openly 8urrcptttiouslyhoncst- tIly or dishonestly its consequences were I full of injustice to the American and injury to the country A womans guess is more than a titans certainty Your wifeI guesses that your sickheadaches come from your stomach and are tine results of a slight attack of biliousness She is probably right and you can complete tly cure them at a cost of only 25 cents by asking your druggist for Ramon Tonic Liver Pills One little pill and a few of the Tonic Pellets will make yo fool like a now creature Two medicine- taro benefits two values but ono price Sample doso free Montgomery County Mt Sterling GAzette Burglars attempted to effect an en trance into the residence of R M Bur bridge on High street Sunday night but were frightened away by tho screams of Miss Annn Burbridge who saw the culprit in the act of coming in tho win dpw A load of buckshot is good teedI cine for these midnight prowlers About 1 oclock Monday morning Mrs G N Cox was awakened tram her slum OmtI looking up she discovered negro man climbing in at the window of her bedroom She awoke her luuband but the negro toeing her climbed out of time window and escaped 3Daring tho worlds fair at Chicago in 1SJ3 Mr Dtvis Orear sent to tho Ken looks exhibit sumo white seed corn nut Mr It M Coots to the same exhibi- Homo yellow sweet corn Last Thursday thoso gentlemen each received n diploma and bronze prize medal ill testimony of tho superiority of their exhibits The corn was raised near Spencer in this county Willie Svvartz the adopted son of J D Swartz living in MatlSe Lee City Iin attempting to jump from n stable loft ton tree Sunday afternoon foIl and broke his left arm between the elbow and wrist Tho bones protruded through the flesh until stuck in tho ground Drs Cox and Jones wore culled and set tho bone andI the littlo follow is getting along nicely though suffering intense pain COL JOHN 0 HODGES I Says If tho Democrats Nominate Carl 8 o Thoy Will Loso Kentucky by 00000 ClnoinllatllnqulrcrCol exstato senator and editor of tho Observer of Lexington ICy in in tho city Col Hodges has an acquaintance coextensive with tho commonwealth andI is perfectly confident tint tho free sill e then will carry tho state convention by a largo majority Tho silver idea has burnI growing at n tremendous pace withinI the last few months among tho rank andI file of tho people and tho politicians ore seeking shelter under tho white metal1I shield mho Hlnckburn gold men like Senator Charles J Hronston and Col W 0 P Hrcckonridgo are cooperating with the silver mon which is a significant sign KxComptroller of tno Uhitod States Treasury M J Durham Mr W it Threlkeld Col Rirhard Morgan andl other champions of Mr Carlisle wroteI him not to come to Lexington and hone tho absence of tho secretary nt the ex pasted hour Col lodges says the whole state iis worked up red hot over tho financial is sue IIIldIIWO will have nn immense crowd at time conventio- nI am on the committee of reception and entertainment and wo will do every j thing in our power to provide comfort able quarters for tho delegates and visit ore No gold administration man can carry Kentucky next fall in the presi shouldshead time ticket wo would lose tho state by 60000 4 WASTED A reliable lady or gentle tleman to distribute samples and mice a house to house canvass for our Vegetable Toilet Soaps and Pure Flavoring Ex tracts 40 toT a month easily cads Address Crofta do teed Chicago 111 61 14 vi Ji4r S l I i coI ft r a f J CORRESPONDENOEJ Correspondents will please bear In mlml that all consmunicatiens taunt bo recelrttt at this office not later than Tuesday evening to Insure publication in the current Issue oMOIGAN COUNTY IEzelSPOlxtlO a- Miss Myrtle Maxey of West Liberty is visiting her sister Mrs E B Ploratt A T rioratt and wire nro visiting their daughter Mrs Floyd Lockhart near Mt Sterling Clay W Wonifack and Wife of West Liberty were guests of S D Pioratt Saturday night nnd Sunday cooneCook who has been a guest of Miss Cora Combs Volney Xicfcoll returned front Louisville tho l lh inst having Robbed his r first term at the Kentucky School of Medicine Died May 15 1S9G MM Lirzto Cox of color She hnd been nflllctcd with dropsy for sumo tlmo mid all efforts to stay the disease seemed futile She was in her twentyfifth your nnd had been n member of time Christian church from childhood Her remembrance will al ways be kept trash in the unions of all who know her Her sorrowing relative1 have tho sympathy of all May IS Asv FRANK Oauoy Callings It R Caudill went to Murchoad n few days ago on business rise people over here think tho pros pact good for n railroad now John toys was on Coney a few days 1ogo buying sheep for the Mt Sterling- t market The dry hot weather is cutting nil crops ono half in thin section and still R it remains dry Berry Stacy and wlfo were summoned to tho bedside of their aon in law Mijpj Burton who lives on Johnson iu Magoflln a county Fever is the trouble prank Hancy Wilson llancy and W P Lucy wero nrraingcd before Squiru Tofltcrnmn for broach of the pOlice Frank wan fined 00 teats Wad costs tho others t wore acquitted More to bo tried for tho same ollbunc Saturday There was n double wedding on Caney last Thursday Chariot skins to Mkt llissa Forgueon lId John Wheeler to Miss Lou Ii Ferguson Charlie Is a eon of G B Lykins and Johnnie n sort of George Wheeler all ot Gummy William WoiN who was reported on time nick list sumac time ngo departed this life April 24 in his 70th year and n bet r ter citizen novcr lived in Morgan county His loath will bo mourned by all who know him Ho leaves u wife mid ton children to mourn his loss HP was U member of tho Kenulnr Baptist church- r for several yearn and died in tho full triumph of tho faith At his request ho was buried at his home and about nOl people attended tho funeral services May 18 Nun Maytown Missiles 1Ike McGtilre of your news was visit ing home folk Sunday 4 Carton it Nail urn now carding wool and are tanking No1 rolls alias Lillian Patrick of town was via sting pins Dora Grain Saturday and Suit day 0 A Sample bought of S 0 Sample forlf850MHS Rnchol Pierce of Frcnchbhrg wan visiting friends In town Saturday and SundayrJudge J T Sexton received litcom minion as police judge of town front Gov BradleyaMCWJW Oliver Cbbb Will Armltagfc and Charloy Jones all of Frencbburg wcro in town Sunday Mr and Mrs Wiley Welsh of Westt Liberty wero visiting the families of J W and R A Chiiders last week Two Mormon elders wero In town lat week but could got no place to preach Our people have not no nor never will forgot tho Mountain Meadow MMtacre We have kaoiyn many fI1Iftj up fcy emigrating to Utah Hdtwtteilwlsif with nothing net M Mueli Ma tU MM faith Delix r 1x a Jitf I i t 2lsI h m JiO fjJf wY a 1I tJP1t7 i l1 k1 Q7t Il V ii C 1 N t A I II j JIIr boJ J F A w n I t TUB HERALD M f a r BPENCKH cooP n Publisher HA7KL OREEN s I KY v ti t 1 I i TWILIGHTiOh put thy hAneS In mine and well take tho road together With gold tho west Is dapptoVobovo the rainy hill Yet raindrops hiss upon tho twigs in token i of foul weather The twilight is deserted these haunted ways aro still But who with love and youth would host1 is tato to follow TJila little onrttraok running through sumacs to the sea Sweet la tho volt tho rain line made for lovo In every hollow rho gay winds kiss to beauty thy happy fnc for mo r Enuh wheelrut lIB a pool to glass tho leaf p thleketapcrash like cymbols or sway llko men nt war Into tho dusk n rabbit darts In antiphon i tho crickets Weave happy songs to shatter tho silence they abhor Wdo Inaccessible there lice tho solemn level Of darkened inendows stretohlng unto the oceans rim Ooamud with tho winding waterways whr ln shy crcnturos revel the nie Uowhons brood near tho slow lido watore brim t ittnoose our faces Thy brow tho cool rains kiss thlno eyes with lovollght shine f What bits of puppy song wo sing What laughter haunts these places Thrilled with the far surfs thunder damp with Its sweeping brlnoi t The strong gules buffet ua tho rain host light with lances With leveled lances set against us rld In vain Tar bud forgotten now Is grief no care with us advances Our gay gods haunt allko tho eunrttl and the rain I Frank Tooker In Century A LUCKY HORSESHOE r If Detective Sergeant Collie had ar rived soonur hu might have been ablel to discover a workable clew hu thought but when hu was called in t the burglary was three days old It wits only after tho local police had done their best and failed that they appue- to Scotland Yard lot help and that tclover detective sergeant was belt 19tie lioiitgeolsvillc i Hy that line the local police untie the able direction of Inspector booth l lead succeeded pretty well in obliterat ing everything which might have Horved as a clew to the sorgenn- lnmtgl however still remained how him that tutu burglary was n- II I taO work of amateurs but of profos KlonalK The way In which Mr St Johi Ii- IISmiths powerful plate safe hind been forced was really a charming piece workmanship and exulted the detec tives warmest admiration anti the rap idity anti noisulessness with which the missive silver pinto hind been removed and thu reception rooms stripped their valuables including paintingst oromaH wad other iot easily portable tlulcllproec1 the persons concernuJ Ui possess thO highest and rarest ski itoknown to the trade though Sergt Collie thought ho might have been able to do some 1u thing had lip been called in Immoilld utol recognized that it I ullr- y nudlJeredltto thu local pullet i I llifit they midt failed to trace the guilty poraont It wns clear from the firs there wits little to indicate who those woro Nut a single MtiipiciouiiIookln g mnn or woiuiui liad iieen seen III the nulghliorhood for weeks and yet iIt looked as If those who committed tho burglary hind thorough knowledge not rmoruly of the country about but aim P of tho house nnd of the hnhiu of its r inmates Not a single NuspiC1OUr loa k 1 lug vuhlulu had been seen on tiny of tho Toads about the pillaged house or in deed shout Hourgeolsvllle or the vii lage as it was called which wits nearly it mile distant on the night of thu bur glory and yet tho number and weight of the articles were such as to renderI n it highly improbable they were carried1 oft without the help of n vehicle of ome sort Thu policeman whose bent lay along till London rondo oft which the plunged mansion was situated had1 d ticcn the ordinary number of vehicle s pugs during that night but they nil ob vlously belonged to carriage people in the neighborhood Theru was notf a van dog cart or other likely convey mice n1l0nHthcm Sergt Collie spent a whole fortnight nearchlng for anything that might promise n clew to the solution of mystery lie examined and crossex amined Mr St John Smiths numerous servants He searched the grounds of Longlcat the plundered mansion and of the neighboring houses mot iniulitcly in tho lope of finding some truces of tho missing property Ho questioned everybody who lived in titI neighborhood nod who within tho past month had visited the house But he a discovered nothing r t At the end of the fortnight Sergt Collie reported to headquarters that lie had done all he could and had com pletely failed to traco the criminals As ho wns convinced that further in vestigation on the Hpot nt least fo tlnj prcsentfwoa useless he won re nUctl to town Before leaving hour Uifpisvlllc ho imprekbcd on Inspector o Boodle the necessity of reporting the t ttffajr at once It another crime of tho e a A tlaanwh HTillageJ c Bergt Collie lunl not returned to town above two or three weeks before a telegram was received nt Scotland Yard from the respected Inspector Doodle It rnn as follows Burglary last night at Chntsworth sent of Mr St James Jones Similar in nil re spools to that at Longlcat seat of Mr St John Smith Immense robbery Send help Within half nit hunt of the receipt of this telegram Sergt Col Ho was in the train bound for flour geolsvUlc A rapid Investigation showed the de 1tectrl that Inspector Doodles descrip tion of the burglary was absolutely correct The second burglary corn sponded with the first In every detAIl It was executed witii the tmme skill andt daring the thieves hud forcedctth the same dexterity an equally strong plate safe and had rumored with the sumo rapidity and nolselessness an equally largo amount of plate anti valuables and finally they hud left HS few traces bywhich they might be followed lipI und identified SergU Collie after three hours most easeful mill intolli gunt inspection 01 the house ltd grounds and everything in the neigh borhood which by arty possibility could1I throw light on the mystery felt com lolled to acknowledge that he was UfO much at sou as to how or by whom tlu1 burglary had been perpetrated as tIn local police hull beea in the lust case Indeed the only point that evenI looked like n clew hud been discovered1I by the local police Towards the urea lug when the detective was wearied1t anti disappointed by his labors Inspec erjtI 10hnd found n very important clew ThisI turned out to be a story told by the groom of the doctor at the village who tipnJames Jones family This fellow said1 that on conning to Chatsworth the pry fobs clay with n bjttje of medicine he hind noticed a shabbilydressed mailS I hanging about the laurels at the Hhb of the lawn This person when tis tnadtsawnfTwI before him for examination It ua then made clear that the intruder oa the lawn was merely a common lIlIIp tlTic detective on making sure of this dismissed the footman and his story titwith contempt He was certain of lit as regards the burglary save this that it was the woik not of trump but of men carefully trained in that line of business who had planned outt every detail in it before taking the job in hand burglarthind greatlyI struck the detective InI ofIfle first place the platu wife in Chub worth wan built into the lkitchen wall 1 t9itstnull examination of the footprint I outside the IIOUKO and in hind convinced1 I the ollleer that two or at most thre persons had been otgnged in the jolt uvtiyoIaway umnlng rapid ttrymutt have weighed tthe best part of 20 stone And lastly there wan nor the slightest evidence to show that liontu anti vehicle of any kind huh1 been uaed to remove the plunder AH before the usual number of private carriages hind been sun pnmiliig along London road but nothing beyond tthat To the detective wind nil thone cur cumstances could point to only one t burKlurtthere to commit the burglary and that they must live somewhere in the imme chute neighborhood of the avonc of tin burglary Accordingly he directed his inquiries as to the pomona who had lately been visiting the mrvnnU hall nt Clmtsworth This he found conttUted pattyex clusively of trndcmnon old the maldx sweetheart The frrmer wore all ul IruroMpoctahle men who hall been hiv lug In the village far years heel ytthe detective thought it wine to Inspect the premises of all of then They itilsed no objection old he made no discovery As to the sweethearts ho found that all the maids hind recog nixed lovers who were allowed by Mm St James Jones a pretty true run of hu servants hall Among them wan the policeman on whose seal London rood woe Ho informed the detective who the other lovers were and assured him that no new admirers pal boon hanging round the place of lute HIM have soon cm if they ad ho said and the missus would nvu done so too Shes n very systematic lldy She hul Jows each of her mules one sweetart Cand no more When the gill IISJot one too she wont stand poaching Nohlm sure thou werent tiny hother men about And the men who were about the detective soon ascertained WON all as respectable and above suspicion as the constable himself Sergt Collie occupied u full fort night in these inquiries At the end of tint flab ho hind to confess that hu was not an inch neuter the solution of the mystery of the burglaries thou ever Ito again reported to headquar ters that further Investigation seemed useless anti requested to bu recalled lie was awaiting nn answer from Scotland Yard when early one morn InspectorrHoodlu rushing excitedly into his bed loom The officer bi ought news of anther burglary This time thu victim was Mr St Qcorgu Itobinson Tim mansion broken into was called llat o = field and lay on thu opposite side of the village to the other two plundered houses Exasperated at the repetition of the burglaries under hli very nose Sergt Colllu set out hurriedly with Inspector Doodle for Ilatlleld fiercely resolving to leave no stone unturned in his of forts to tract the perpetrators At they hastened along the rond the house was some haltmilu from the vil pagethe sergeant croswquestlone 1 his companion as ti the character of the poor people who lived in the neigh borhood of Hatileld When he had got all the InforiUHtlon he could he became silent Suddenly when they woro not fur from the house he came to a dent stop Hurrah he cried delightedly well nab them this time How Why What makus you think so- Dont you see this replied Sergt Collie walking across thu road und picking up a horseshoe Luck my boy good Iluck I The insMctors amazement turned Into annoyance 114 that nil he sold I thought you were wiser than to pay attention to such old women notions as tint Youll see well nab them cried ihr horgoiiut exnltlngly as he pocketed thu horueihno 1 never felt morc cer main of anything The Inspector mat1 no reply he was too dtagUHtcd at his colleagues folly They were now close to lint tleld On going lulu the lionize they found everything and everybody theta In tho wildest confusion The family were away from homo ami the housekeeper leirilled at the burglary and still more terrlllod lost she might III some way bu hold responsible for it was in so ex cited n condition that the police found it useless to question her lrom her daughter however who was the onlyI 1ether person staying in the house h learned that the burglars on this oc IIIIllIlone ami t lilt t tthey hind hastily tti leave the house before they could force tilt plate safe Dawn was just Itoglnning to break when till alarm took pllllI The housekeeper and her daughter hinds sprung out of lied and run to the win dow to eall for help Thu burglars by this time were rushing helter skrltrr down tin side of till lawn to some trees which HeMi rated Ilatflcld which was 011 n by rood from a IkId occupied as a dairy farm gnu opening into the main road The wcinon hall only 7 glance at them nod could ive no mor1 dclinltc dserlptlon of them All they loud anyIwuS that tuore won two men On looking something like n stable men the other morn like a clerk in ress A remark of the younger wom an however struck the sergeant as ol more importance than her description p the burglar She wild that the men vho was drowsed like n stableman scorned like somebody she had seen be fore but whom slue could not remem bar The alarm hind men through the barking of a little foxterrier who wa sleeping in a basket in the hall of the bonne Usually ttwo dog war n pt there thu fox terrier and n big mastiff but when the family wont to the Hcnuldc for the benefit of their onlv childs health the little girl asked Itea none her dog with her and the doctor who wan attending her ndvised that hit wish should IH grunted as site WHH much attached to the animals and night fret if parted from them the mother niutciitod but at the last mo inent the father mnisted that one thould be left Itohind for the proter tlon of the house Jo this fortunnlto nircumstnnce it was due that the bur glarybrats dlseovere1 I before the housv withers could scent e their piimdei1- Colllu and Inspector IkxMlle spent several houni In a most oxhaiiMthe ex amination At the end of it one or two thing seemed clear enough As be fore it was clear the burglars were adopts in their buHhiew as before It was clear too that they knuw well till interior of the house and as before there was not a trace or mark to allow who they wore or where they onine from When they gave over the investiga tint fur the tiny they walked to the vil logo built deeply depressed anti one reflecting deeply The latter was Sorgt Collie After he hat reached his lodgings he sat quietly for some time reflecting still Then hu rose put on Ids overcoat surd walled down to the village furriers The blacksmith was still at the forgo though it was now evening Sergt Collie who knew him slightly bode him goodday Had a busy day l tho sergeant then asked thujdncksmith Pretty well pretty well an savored Vulcan This weather you scemuUcK the roads plaguey hcavyand thorus lots of shoes propped I thought so answered Collie 1 myself found one Hu took the shoe out of his pocket Ay ay said the blacksmith looking at the shoe lore off I should say I hind three of them today Any of thom about the size of thatAll of cm 1 should say answered the blacksmith Whoso wcro they Let me see Yes Panuer Oakos inure the carriers pony and and I should say the third was Dr Fells guiding yes It was What sort ot man is tho carrier naked Collie I Old Fardcll 1 Ono of the fleet old souls living said the blacksmith lies lived in the village since it waa started I think remembers when there wasnt a big house within three mules except the old manor house which wns pulled down by Mr St John Smith three years ago lies gettln past work Im feared the detective sat in silence for n unto ute or two Then hu said I dont feel at till well tonight- I thought you were looking n bit glum sold the blacksmith Ill go home 1 think and get bedThe toII detective went home and went to bed Before he was long there ho directed his landlady to send for Dr Tell and ask him to come us quickly as possible as the case was urgent In spite of this intimation Dr Tell was not particularly quick of coming anti by the plane he arrived the detective seemed very ill milted He made the doctor feel his pulse examine his tongue and try the state of his lungs anti heart Thun the doctor left suly ing it was merely a gastric attack amid promising to send him some medicine When the doctor wits gone Collie sat up in Ills bed and reflected I have neon him before he said to himself Was it as a witness in a stubbing ease or what Let me see now lies altered of course hut 1 fool sure I know him He paused and thought again Then he suddenly jumped out of bed 1 swear It Its Jack Ilowse the forger or Im an ass Half an hour later the doctor his conchmnnnnd footman were in custody on charges of breaking into and steal hag from the louses of heists St John Smith gaud St James Jones amid St I George Itobinson nod half the plunder I of those burglaries had been found by the police safely stowed away in the doctors house and stables At the assizes Dr Tell and his asso elutes wore tried and convicted of the three burglaries The history of Fell 11114 then made public His real name was John Howhc He hind boon n mod leal student in n London hospital from which he had been exjxlled for dis I honesty One of his chums lad suc I ceeded howcxcr in getting a diploma jj This niiin who was as disreputable ns llnwtu himself was called hell Shortly I after his expulsion llownu was con witted of forgery and sent to penal servitude While he was serving his sentence FoilI died or at nay rate tips appeared On his discharge I low so became aware of this fact aunt calmlyI appropriating Ills missing friends di plume anil name started practice at PourgeolMvlllo as a doctor His for miler training us a medical student en ailed him to carry out the imposture with complete success I Infortunato Ily his old criminal associates found him out and willingly or unwillinglyI on his part made him their chief III carrying out a regular scheme of bur glaries Ills professional position di verted suspicion from hint mind them while his brougham was used to re move the plunder nod his residence to store it till It could be wifely disposed of You see now wild Collie to In spector Hoodie the horxewlioe proved lucky after IIIIIntliiou Truth GREEK SUPERSTITION Tim Uluttt IluyM meforr CliriMliiin Are Count i l Inluulty Many queer anti very ancient super utltioiiM survive In modern Cireout AI ireoki Hullor owner of a steam tug in j thot 1irntcim told an American writer tint thu ninth wove in a series was al ways the dangerous one lie hind noticed t his fact himself from Imyhood j und often began to pray hard to his saint when the eighth wave tltllIl11I1I great utorni ut s111 HO an to title tel the futnl ninthi He thought prayers to the MiinU eMcMuiomi in the caw of nailing vuiwclB but useless im to Ktoniiishipri Anyone hurt he snid during the eight days before Christmas is to Blteeted that he seems to have conic into the world only to bo the plague of him self and his neighbors Hu is contin ually being halidrownod hnlf burnt or having halt the hunts in his holly j i brokcu Hut he suffers most when the i eight tinycutnc5 aroundI Then he j rushes front his house and wanders j j about in rocky desolate places never taking rest until Chritrt mas day arrives when hu returns home in an exhausted condition And in reply to a question UB to whether there was any treat ment adopted in such cases the man went on Yes when tie eighth dilly before f Christina comes around his friends r IIl1elltheI count the holes in it Hu begins to count surioiiBly and when he gets ns tar us five or six he becomes confused and commences again Uu never proceeds beyond slxyet he does not lose patience and tluiH hu continues to be occu pied until his time Is up This behavior is an infallible sign that tthe man was born on ono of the unlucky eight days before Christmas It can easily bo tried ti sieve is nil that Is required This suggestion was received In sl once und then the man went on to ob serve that nearly all lunatics were born on ono of tho unlucky days quad In reply to an objection he tnld that he would not believe otherwise even though tho i lunatic timid his relatives denied 1l1ct1 L A LITTLE NONSENSE SheYnt Intl yGcorRemy horseTown Topics iipldnIt isnt every husba that tells his wife that she looks st ning in her new frock Pot Heavens If I didnt shed battIng me for the price of another one 3 N IY11otldYeastI believe In battle the nil siclans always go to the rear1 CriaS sonbenk Yes on1 that Is the r 5 son so many wouldbe soldiers thin they would be willing to face theiuSJ aleYoders Statesman m igToneNweeks yoihavewith di8gllstOoocllllc1md S ace full beat twice Harlem Life m The boy hind smashed his Path slanting mug when his mother dlvoSJ crcd him Oh Freddie she u claimed what will your papa eif when hu comes home and sees what yofl have done Well mamma I lion think Id like to repent it before yoiftj Pearsons Weekly tflf New Olllce Hoy Lady in the outside olllcu wants to see you sir Pro prietor Important business Xi O lee UoySite didnt say She j j3j looked determined anti said HU wuntftji to see you Proprietor with a alga Show lieu In Its my wife phljj adelphia North American J Xo CCtptlou1 cannot dcccln you loitered the man accused of killing his wife and children I am Inca cent He subbed aloud while the sweet young girl with the lolel passed to the next cell where was cord fined the confessed murderer of hSi great J111utlllotlllrDItlolt Trlbum Mizzle How did you happen J join the Independent ItlllesV Fizzle To avoid jury duty MIzxk uThK tell me you resigned just as soon M IzliThatgood citizen should shirk the demand of the jurybox Cleveland 1IaIA Dealer j9 An Italian company Is now plnylnj Thu Taming of tIll Shrew at tit Mocollni theater at Florence In tjjj Itallm translation the play is entitled La Hisbotlea Donna In order hoi ever to attract the 1 English and AmeJK can residents and visitors largo placard are posted announcing SlmkespcariS Tamed Screw London Dally New i DONT SEEK GOLD IN ALASKA IMint ut TIIIINII Who lluvit Tried Are Nit Stranded and Dcittltuti The warning of an old resident J4 Muska to all who may be tempted t eek their fortunes III the gold fleli of that region should be heeded ldeclares that nearlyl half the men thtr now urc destitute nnd unable to secun employment All the estubllihrJ mines accessible from the coast ar fully stocked with minors and prop iccting mind developing are nil thatj OCiWIIQIISThere is no doubt that much trptt dlscOftiiushardships which accompany the Induj try arc too severe for any except tbo sullleiently equipped Provisions a necessarily very dear and no work any 1 1111114 possible during the greaft part of the year The miucs whs have secured rich returns mire owne by wealthy corporations onjojtBj every facility which u poor man law tiled J The recent reduction in stcaroe rates to Alaska coupled with the fan IOUs stories of rich Mucovirios hnsu salted in crowding the bouts cngngj on the run Hundreds with barely i hclent to pay their pattKngo urc golij1 north They do not realize that conditions lee wholly different ffg dRlwhatThewhich prohibit an ordinary nilfiii fboom An evidence of the Hcvcrltjjj the cold Is shown in tilt fact tkoy panwa hing for gold the quicks will nut act us it does in a mutter mate but permltM all the hoot gold Jrtiwealthy Investors but note for B who depend on their dally labor orwjj want to take chances of making fi liable discovery In prospecting I ono thing to find n rich tIc Yin that remote and dlflic region and another to obtain a jgj whatf5 clul moraines considering the t short season during which that may dun it should appall the hnrjjlJf spirit Hesides the richest deposits fur inland to which no anedaropgr trate unlusw ho bu amply provided money nil provisions San Frag co Call 3 lollull1lollI1v tcrii Stranger In western city luiw ttilltlIrcetorlnnYcs sir Wo ba tthe new directory just being l1nl1 jj 20000 names That multiplied bj thu average slzo of n family makwJ 000 Sea V I rI lessenger Hoy Please sir lr- tSpfrtnnts to kndw holy lnhny that directory you want print 1fDirectory Man niter some fig Urn I guess 15 will be enough r9 rT II tti 1 r J r1 I YJ THE FARMING WORLD CONVENIENT HOG CHUTE A Povlre That Will Have Lots of Labor on a Stuck Farm I Ret my stock into a close pen then at the door I pull up my chute take out cut bale back tip the wagon get a good supply of switches get In among the logs or sheep throw some corn In chute and wagon nml drive the lied full If I have enough to 1111 it I put in cud gate drive to mnrket stay an hour or two and get home in time to see some fellow who drives his hogs along the rond hauling water to cool the tiredout noa CHUTE animals and perhaps loses enough to buy 20 hog loaders As to how wide to inalos the chute mine is about two feet with a plunk in- oue side no as to close the balance of end of wagon bed to keep small pigs from getting out The end at the wagon should bo just ns high as the bottom ot the wagon bed- Time cut represents one of the most eons enient and laborsaving imple ments I ever used This is an invention of My own and 1 never saw one just like It One tutu or hey cnn load from little pigs up to 500 or 000pound log and never lift a pound or dig a wheel pit or tnlonIf hind wheel I have uwd this device for years and my neigh lOOTS come uud borrow it ami nil pruit its merits Any greenhorn in one or two hours can make one For the upright posts I nw scantling two by four inches anti for the sides scantling one by four inches The cut shows it so plain IT lilxImhIpiUVH put one on the outside of earh front post at the foot simply passing a oiehalfSneh bolt through the foot of the lust and pulpy I then take hold just like n wheelbarrow and move it where I please For the incline lour T use init by ten scantling placing till one en first then It forums a foothold K J Nevkrl in Font timid Fireside NEW FORM OF ROUP Jf Nut of Very Virulent Nature the UII MINM lit Curable A new disease hits appeared among fouls They have trouble in breathing keep their mouths open the gllutcIlut of the time and arc eonstuntly Kwnllow ing Tlieje seems to be n yolluwisb growth in the roofs of their Jiiouths This k a form of roup which nay have been formed by keeping the fowls in unclean quarters or where wJd night winds run blow upon them or Inn close loran house or by t he atttaoks 01 lice or tiny one of a dozen dilrerutn- things Jt is rumble If not of am vury- vlruUit mature The best plan Is ti separate the diseased fowls rum the others 4it once mend place thou in a coop b lCo1unlmllnnfhi small trough giving wheat unicktul arn tibia scraps chopped fllIctol- leh+ charcoal broken to the hleof wheat kernels hits bell adik da heap ng Uatqinonful to n pint of food Add 0 drops of kerosene to each pint of Innkiiig water Clean out time Jioime- md bunt half a pound of guljilntr in it up11thccltmnkstostop1 ilriilnektul lime over the hoar Spniy r swab till walls with kerosene Jfe- nove Use old perches and put in seta+ net Feud thu hens us nbtive do- cribcd give nn abundance of dunn Wil er keep ithelr quarters neat dry iniKl Tennusymeson louse and throe v 11- 1w no trouble There Is nhwiy cmio- hlnp wnnu In the management whun he fowls Lave rout Study It out mid nuke the utwssnry changes AiKviiyo cep nit eye am the fowls and whew cute ecomes sick jihice It by Itself Asnwi=an AgrleultnriHt it AMONG HEpQULTRY 1 gs of a uniform age hutch ate uni j 1rIU hntij Tip best tlutc do set lbpo Is the very y shay ore laid For quarrse m entry time The heavy sitters Jjonld have shallow otherIsoeggsSunsbilme strongestespelly rooftoor coop JIIt8 earlyrdencropsu a hen deserts her nest dont throw5 wornltIdry them n T+ wrap In woolen and stby the stove 1 e Wlththoor11 ttn0tbadlychUlctlrarlnJournal t CHAMPION FOWL PICKER Frank Burner Can Tick n Chicken la JuMJ Fire Seconds Hero Is nn account of the feats ot Krank W turner of Kustport L I who claims the title of champion chicken picker of time world He Is willing to Let 5000 that he has a right to the title and his record is one chicken picked clean In the seconds This extraordinary performance Turner has re peatedly accomplished and m all time ptrthasllstcutcedtent that It was almost painful to witness their puny efforts Some time ago Garner thought he had a rival worthy of his metal In John Daly of Fire Island who had a great reputation as an expert In this line DalyInThe chickens were produced and Daly went to work Gurucr did not move a tlttoughGarneropponentWhen Tnter towed It in the air rubbed it after his own peculiar method and be ions the astounded Duly knew what had happened the chicken was handed to the judges without as much as a pin feather on it The Ureenport champion fared even worse and after a ridiculously ontided thatch Gurner offered to pick four chickens to the CJrcenporters one but uven with this handicap the otter was refusedIn presence of n New York World reporter U timer equaled his record time ot five seconds nod then offered to pick one slowly In 12 seconds to show low It tests done This IK what happened Garner plunged thu fowl Into seading water caughtItI aroundeach wing With lightningliko rapidity the right hand then shot out carrying away all the feathers of the wing on that tIde The same motion on time opposite side curried away the ft n tiiers on that wing Time chicken was then laid on Gurners light leg and turner both hands mov lug uric piano keys operated by a rapid player literally struck oft the feathers on the upH r side It was immediately tossed over to time loft leg and similar treatment followed on iU other side Tho chicken was thou placed between tilt operators legs and a clawing imm inent of the hamU followed When this censed the chicken win absolutely picked clean CONVENIENT NEST BOX Tin liiit anil 11It Slniln Uitvlvo for Set ting IllUK- In thu early spring thuutcrngcchluk en raiser huts a largo amount of care nail troublu III lime management of his set ting hens esjHclally if he has a largo number setting at one time if u num her of hens niv setting in open nests In the same room two or three will get off at one time perhaps iml then car Mies lighting and probably an attempt on the part xf two hens to occupy thu same nest leaving the other eggs to get cold If the hens are confined to the nests each one must be lifted off each lily fed and watered and then put buck littlet labor The very best poHRibltdevloe for totting hens M shown in 11w cut It in I t box without front or bottom with i slats in front us smitten Tlie nest IH made on the floor of the sittingroom and the box turned down over it InI the slatted portion is placed a dish tluuh of cracked com and wetter The butt can come oir whenever she picnics mind must go buck to herown nest Mud that too without anycare on the purl of tho chiuken raiser When till clilcka hutch they eat be lu jit with the Len In this coop for sev ei aldays secure from many of the mishaps that are apt to befell very young chickens Make upja lot oi these affairs IIwfore the hatching sea sort opens nevi you will liedI inter on half tlie ordinary labor in FetUug hens taken nwny11ribunusalt Ilececxt experimenting to aw5cralu whyther the givlnr of stilt to dalry COWH Juts unyrtllrect bearing upon the supply of mill showed conclusively that It Ij awry exjMiiisIve to neglect that human duty Thrco cows vwero kept without salt for OD month said during the lust half of the period theanllk was weighed twice dully The cows were then given four ounce each dallj and after their capacity was again allowed to develop Iwatuse of time salt it was found that the increase for time half month was 100 pounds of milk A constant supply of fresh water 1III Just ns important Partners Voice It Is proposed to license horseshoera It would be a good thing There is no more ficnee in trusting n horses foot ton bungler than there Is In trusting a patient to a quack Let the children have charge of tho flock but lot an ol4cr heal look offer the children In ft belplul wal jeflcowiv Ins manner IRONY OF FATE It Pursm Two Emlnrntljr RcipecUbU ladle Who Could Not Agree Not long ago there were two Indies stopping at tIm sumo boarding house They were single ladles be It said and both h hly respectable But for some reason says the Minneapolis Times known only to themselves they couldnt get along and matters went Itctwccti them from bad to worso till they quit speaking They both got tired of course living In the same house with mortal enemy nnd finally both determined to move Arrangements were made nml as luck would have it both moved tho same day Lady o1 loaded up her house hold goods in the morning and In tho afternoon a dray pulled up and car red away tho trunk slmwlstrnps and other effects of lady No 2 Lady No 1 was just composing her self to view the surroundings of her now lodging place when a wagon ctoppcd at the frout door und began toII unload a collection of articles unmis takably feminine She sized up the trunk amt went downstairs filled with c a horrible suspicion to Interview time landlady I liar suspicions were true They IlIvImoved into time sumo house I There Is no more to the story Of course they should have made up Uieiv differences timid lived in peace and char ity ever after nut they did not Lady No 2 never got her trunk inside of the heuseIHut t IT Tliun U lllif l tiulil I IH bodily comfort This uiiH cul ublo boon Is ilonlml to many unfortunates for wboo titlinonta HoMottert Stoiaueli litters IH a pniiiitly helpful ixiinudy Thu dyH etli pursuitstroubledfever should lose no limo in nvalllmf thein selves of this coniirolieiiKlvo unit genial iiiiHllcluu It proinotos nppottto ui il iilKliUv I luiubor I IIouAci iippeius In good humor vbllo bo censures nod therefore his ecnsiuo hits limo nioro weight as supposed to pitHivMl from judgment not from passion Young All Almiit Western 1iiriii IniulM Tho Com Holt Is u iiiiino of uu ilbis trnttnl monthly newspaper published by the CuliURO LiurlluKtou ail Jiilncy U It It I thus to give iuforinnliitlll in Nit liiteivstlnjr way about time farm html of time west laud Uftcoiiti in iiostjipo skunps to tho lulu Belt SO1 Aduiiis St Chlitiffo and tho paper will bo suet to your addross for one yosr tit ISllrllYou dont tuko oiioudi ox crxlso for if mnh of your htOill v did Soak Why I havo loin slinking dime fur nftcrnoonthnudelpbhiltveord A Child Knjojr The ploasamit havoc gentle action nnd wootb lug ulTect of Hyriiii of lfgs whuu in heal of IL laxative fuel IIf tho father or mother la costlvo or bilious tho most cratlfylnir restilts follow its use KO that It In Urn Innt funny rutiipdr known and ovary family should havo a bottle IM kissyou for my sisters sake Irny dont forgot yourself she said 1 HtmlKlituiiv took nor at her word And kissed lice for myself instoud Truth PITH stopped free by Dr KIliu H Great Norvo Restorer No Ills afturlbBt days use ManolouH cures Trtxitiso and t i trial but tie free Dr IClino IO1 Arch SU 1hllu Pa Tour host n pretty viln quoth the mono RlxhH Aye amid n dry humor replied the thobuttollIhllllcloJllhla 1 Din you write Tho N U Hamilton Pub Co di Jlovoiand Ohio about their Ufo of MuKiuleylI Bettor do so uhuncu to uiuku monoy rapidly Tat setnut of surioss in niodorn art Is to wllylrUlOlwloBlllettul KoiiTirv Feeble Lunirs Annlnst Winter with Halos Honey of lloivhouml nml Tar IlUun Toutlnuhu Uroj Cura In emu ml mi to M Tin HiPiiHiirpof cboonhig well Is vhotlter a IIIHII liken whet ho bait flinMn t l1l11h Tim rr llost hearty Trim are over tlio bruvosU replied luy Undo Toby Httrne I om1 You want to keep your eye On taw ans bonnet says un item In a fashion pn- per No wo dont wnnt to but under eel lain contlitloiiH drar dltor wo have to jfonkors Statesman CroyonlIIIrepliedthodiscoutonusposed of Revcnil pictures at a Fume WAshington Star Mns Nix Ihrpn voiinronot afraid of work Weary Willie luneasllytI aint exactly afraid mum but I always feel fidgety when doros anything like dat aroundTruthfins afford a robExpenses she must curb Tot when she walks njwu tho street Her carriage Is superb N Y Herald 2XAUMA why pass month of February K days every fourth year I1 What a foof wh lupotlon So that pconl horn on tho Erth of February can have a birthday once D avrtUo Tuxus Siftings I CAN touch you law sir but I cannot oxaperutatounsolter replied quietly That U so sir an llttauurgbDISlltDlaliatcmUtozooutao Rosstvtwho t greafosterwith great effusion Asked the reason bo replied Because without Spain wo would bo tho lAst nation Argonaut AN Unimportant Item Customer And what would your prioo boll Ishoukl furnish the material Fashionable Dressmaker Oh in that case should have to inform you tluit mover charge for material ikooklya Llro OVLT one tulng makes woman madder than to have her husbauil stay down town to lunch tvhoislio had said the he was com- Ing homo And ivhat Is tbaW Itl tit have him como homoto lunch rrlicn ho hatf told ho irus going t9stajr dowa WWII VhlcoffOI KooorO u I write to let you know how pleased I nm with Iyour Kiriaparllla 1 III Ulultlto getssari t I IIIII that I rot yours for It made me rugged smut utroiiR sooner I trougthat 1 i tlll1houloI f undertakingI I I your mo I xrencth toomitshallan Jiko It In future THOS WAU1 lllll St Ollphnntf To Due M I5OJ II WEIGHTY WORDS FOR flAyers Sarsaparilla I sip p s Breakfast Cocoa 4 q jI Made by Walter Baker Co Ltdtl perfectII j tl 1 J l type of the highest order of excel iz I I lence in manufacture n It costs less f1 flItIi4i than one cent a cupfirot I I 1 tIvers Pond PIj HOW TO OBTAIN ONE EASILY havej5residents of any village or city in the United States where they arc not sold by a local We make denIerIi i to the New En 0Ifj Catalogue and prices lboth for cash anti on easy payments nailed fe 1promptly free Write for full information I 1 IS IVERS POND PIANO COMPANY tga I ll IloylHton Street Hontott Malt YOUR DEALER FOR WNLN DOUGLAS SB SHOE oEWORLD tIE ttl fur nhocscx 3amillot OVER 100 STYLES AND WIDTHS CONGHKHS IIUTTON and LACK rondo In nil kliidn of time brit nrlictrd Irnllirrtiy killed work inetf IVo iniilcc munch sell morn 3 Khar t tliiin an- youter inumifiirliircr In the world None ntnulne unless name and price Is stamped on time bottom Ask your dialer for our 8B 8e S3Mlt 810o fVII Slmocs eau t1 tad i617f fur boys TARE NO SUBSTITUTE If yourdealer cannot Mipjly you sets to fan- tuuyencloting price and y cents tojKty tarrUcc State kind stylo of andIdlbyour order Send for new blur rated Catalogue to Unit 1C tiW L DOUGLAS Brockton MAa A SHINING EXAMPLE of what may be accomplished by never vary ing devotion to a single purpose is seen in the history of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co Chicago For 65 years they have simply been building grain and grasscutting ma probablyfortysafe to say that the McCormick Company builds onethird of all the binders reapers and mowers used throughout the entire world 1 I t t Time Greatest Medical Discovery of the Ag- eKENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY Of ROXBURY MASS Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula PimpleHe eleven hundred en eli mill never failed excej itlntwocases both thunder humor He has now In his possession over two hundred certificates of Its value nil within twenty miles of Boston Send postal card for book A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure Is warranted when the right quantity Is taken When the lungs are affected It causes shooting pains like needles passing through then the same with the Liver or Bowels This Is caused by the ducts be lug stopped and always disappears In a week after taking It Hend the label If the stomach Is foul or bilious it will cause squeamish feelings at first No change of diet ever necessary Eat the best you can Ret and enough of It y Dose one tablespoonful in WAter at bedtime t Sold by all Drulgls9na TARUitlfrm7TE 70m1 1tr1 UPdii Itlt Ilk ICtkrt III wA1V KE 10011WHKK WJUTIJItt Te APVKKTUHCH fLCJMfl iIraKa- t taU that too saw UM A1rWrntat Mi tkto i r rt i T7 0 9T rTTzc t I 0 0 Csr THE HERALD VKNOEK COOPEI Elite r aID E I11ICIT Business Huager Clad Associate Editor C I it HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 21 1890 ti ANXOUXCKMRXT FOR CONOnRSS AVo are authorized to announce W M HFCKNKR of Clark countyas n cmll l te fur Congress tram the Tenth district sub ject to the action of the Democratic party FOR cinrviT CLKUK AVe are authorized toauuounoe CIIAS T BYIlD of Camjtton as a candidate for t office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the notion of tho Demo cratic party 1 1cLRLIIws GHOST SIl1I RACY WHICH 8BEMS TO HAVE HUE l w KOUMKD 1IKBB AND IX KCKOlB TO DB i STRUM UY LEQISItATIOX AXD OTIIKRWI rROM TllKBfrSRVKNTJIS TO O1t IIA1 TIIE METALLIC itOXXY OP TUB VTORLW F IS Till AIOl U1OtNTIC OF TillS Ok AXY QTHBRACIB it it TlBCOSSCMMA a+ TIOS OP srcit A SCIIBMK WOULD fL biy llITill HUMAN nCR THAN AM TUB WAI lB8riIRXrR AXIl FAMINE THAT BVBR OCOUllRBI IK TUB HWTORY 01 THK WORLD JOHN G CAKLISLB oueIulivccounty are requested to meet at CaraI ton on Saturday May 90 at 2 oclock p mt in u1ate convention for the purpose of sending delegates to the Democrat I state convention to be held at losing ton Juno 3 to select delegates to attend this National Democratic convention Chicago July i 1S96 C C HANKS Chairman J It CARHOLL Secretary A CARD To Tuft DEMOCRATIC Yarns or Tilt TBNTH OONGKESUOXAL DISTRICT 1 am a oandidnt for GoagnM fiom this dfetikl I am for tbe tree sad un lltstdhdoutageof sync at the ratio 19 te 1 reardle4 of intenuuoal inter ference and beiiev that tbo DamocntUc party can win on that hwoe TIM limit ed titan between DOW and tbe ciao holding tie district convention sad my Hmt d finances will preclude the poeet bility ofray making an score CU1M Heat 1 appeal to the Free Silver Dem oarate throuffhout tine district to give ate their support and sufrnge and prwn ise thorn that should I bso fortuM as to receiva tbe nominatta followed by an oiccthw I will in all things Ita v a watchful eye for the interwta of the people of my district attend strictly and Mbtrly to the duties of the position and incke every dfctt Iin my power to prove n faithful sarvnntef air people in better ing their condition sad developing the resources of Kat rit Kentucky M r record of oleven yours during which II luc laboied faithfully is as an opt It book printed in dear type aud upon- I d go before the people Hoping I may secure year influence andsupport I am Your obedient wrvaut- SPEXCER COOPER SILVER SPRAYS WAKREX county silver men want ten f ator Dante of Ylrpiaia to speak there R Tile Moons Ferry correspondent olf i the Owingsville Outlook says it seems as I though the free silver question is about to get tho upper hand in that part of the r county TUB silver men in this county and city are adding to their army daily lien who were gold bug leaders last fall are with the silver men this spring Frankfort Argus TIn silver men In all parts of the state are holding meetings andappoint r ifi committees to tee that the surer ele meat are brought to the mass canyon lioM an ITay SO TE Tedgenrllle rrt4rondfn of the lMdYllie 1Qt CleW bug iatrrrierreti i ftlMM tl IIt MFMNM t BUM ef that city y to I x 11 4 r 11 f on the financial question found ten them favored free silver and then ga up the job This shows how the mnI and file of Democracy stands tbr uebo Kentucky Tire Olympia of the Bath County World writes Tho Cou ricr Journal had a man bore Monday morning distributing the CJ free amo the people I asked him why Wattirson was not writing editorials for that paper now he hal not answered me at thIi ij I i writing I told him he was hired by the gold bugs to distribute lies for them I II GnEAT UniTAiN does not armies and navies for mere show tla tho Louisville Times Xoindccd Thttn to protective tariffs and Wall street legs s lotion she swept the American flag rr the seas and maintains her armies andI navies with the profits of her sweepingI t and for her future profit at the expense of American interest CONOUESSMAX CocKnuLL of Texas speaks right out for silver He says he is tired of parading under a Democratic banner which has been smirched by meaof calling themselves Democrats He wants Sit made plain that the Democratic party in for silver So does his distinguished3- K relative Senator Cockrell of Missouri- K The Cock roll family seems to be ai1it right a- ra r TUB Free Silver Democrats of the 1Tuulh congressional district should s tend the county conventions on the 30th inst and demand representation in t IeII district convention That a 1 large ma jority of the farmers and laboring tae throughout the district are for free silver no man will have the temerity to deny sad it behooved them to demand repre sentatioM in the lieuttyville convention ltoIt every advocate of free silrcrtthe teoples lib coareuti on Saturday the SOth lat sad demand ishk rijhl a J J LVCV of the Farmers Hank at- it Owingsville + ff ts the following boa ehtl schema Were it in my power 1 would remove all r trktio s on uatioe ai bank circnlation that w allow the hMik to itie circulatioti up to the p tar value of the bond deposit anti I wonldof have BO national bank note of a smaller denomination than 1O Ihwould necee itsta a larger nse of alver or what U the same thing silver IXof the dettoMinatioM of tens fives twos and ones If tbe larger ueof silver that such a bunking law would necessitate did not satisfy tlw mlvocatrs of free coinage they would Ikt mighty hard to ofplease In addition I would inctense the gold reserve to 450000000 iin order that the Sherman not s could be pro ly ties Clan of These changes T think would remove all restriction to the baH tress ot the country which is onlywa lag sad hemming to be let go ahead IeTHE light between the free stiver and gold standard Democrats in KeltttIC tIs growing hotter every day Senator ltbsekbarn Is expected to soon go on Uw stamp to advocate sending free silver delegates to the ChicnfO eouventMto f Tbe silver sea have been doing elfin lye wort during the pMt few weeks in precinct meetings thnrnf boot Kentucky The farming element ie about three to one in favor of free silver and iin the rural precincts they have passed strong LItetnational administrate sad urging illI free silver men to organiM sad work fur the selection of dele gates to the national convention The gold standard Democrats have been rather backward in organizing and in fact they have M far perfected no organization Milton J D rhdTNwas controller of the treasury during Mr Clevelands first administration his I headed the avowal mosey movement iinti Lexington and Fayette county I i The gold standard Dcw craU have succeded in gaining control of nearly every county committee in Kentucky i and also the state central committee The latter organization ia order to gai as much time as possible decided thasthe county conventions all ever the state must be held on the saute day May SO As the state convention Genre i at Lexington on June 3 this will give but little time for delegates to make ar IfandI delegates selected not state than 600 Will be present in The silver Democrats say this batscheme of the gold standard weu to ob tain control of the convention but they fatrni to make a desperate fit t In oflset UiU npparcut adranttage tile western j part of 1eatticky U ttij l1earlIOJid orEasy to Take lasy to OperateA- re features pvMiUar to Howls nib Small In size tastkM ffflcknU thorough As OM man j q r 1 ptj Li w- Dj I IIoiht V nlr+ Y T know you han laua pill till 11 U til our asc C L UOlIt CII Proprietor LowclL tlan ITilt wily i Uls to tab with Hoods Sursniurllla Jw correspondent Ieit taoaeyatlatal systematically Pills J SFITZ- irrrir rsW1 KERR CO ka1ounFxs IX Hardware Agrieulturallm tenants t 1ftIR l O fur silver and the movement ih growing in Central Kcntncky At the Lexing ton Auuitorium hv1 week Rev W T Bolling the distinguished Alabama Methodist preacher made n free silver address to n large number of workingmen His address was n powerfulexposition the free silver doctrine and his re marks were received with vociferous ato plawie The workingmen of Kentucky are for free silver by a Urge majority not over twenty per cent of them being fur the pIt standardl Suite Senator Charles J UronHton a sound wony Plan admits that it looks very much as if the sitter Democrat s twould control the coming state canyon lion swat that Mr Carlile will be rom pletely turned down One enthusiastic free silver Democrat said recently that IIDr Boiling ought to be put up for con gross front the Seventh district That the silver movement U rapidly growing in Kentucky all conservative students of politics admit and from present dud cations it would not be surprising if ot- A element Dominates the state convention in Juno The Con itu1unali5L published at Eminence Ky has just completed iIts nth year mud during all that time hal- It been under the management of 11ft Holland Although tM plant was de stroyed three dir nl times by fire yet phnblih it stern frost the ashes and became a power in the Democratic teals Henry county Mr Holland i+ quite an enthusiast on the silver question and in every issue of the Constitutionalist strikes a blow at the mid bug NThe New Hohemianpricc 100 per an Ijaunt or 10 cents a copy ts one of thetao refreshingl luxuries of all the literar Magazines that reach our table The May number which U before us iIs an exceptionally tine work both in literar merit and typographical excellence au pitcpeCa urtodae literary totters to sea their subscription iand secure it at lSoMmt ian Cincinnati Ohio enduing 1 and you wilt receive each mouth a thing of beauty and a joy forever krCapt Spencer Cooper editor of the HAZEL GREEN HERALD is announced s a Democratic candidate for congress ia the Tenth diaries Capt Cooper i+ a native of Ixington He was born A Aril 23 1M5 learned the printing busiarsls early in life erred four years in the federal army and ha published several sacoe ful Detcocratic nowspapers He- fc for free silver CourierJournal Prisoners ie the Newport jail sawed the hinses 08 of the iron door leading into the yard sad several made their escape Jackson Walling and Phil Calne 1 another murderer refused to leave f t Incendiaries are casing a reign of ten ror iia Bath county During the pray few wens tansy reoiddncrts and build- ingi here Hen destroyed A terrible cyclone in Tests Kiasaa and Western Kentucky caused the pas lot several tires and torsos injury toII many other To The Public Baring disposed of my stoct of user chaadie and retired from business I de sire all who are iadebted to me bv notcI trioaat once f can be found at my old stand o give this your immediate attention Thankful for your past patronage I am Respectfully yours acsJoitr11 ROI E Hazel Green Jfay 5 1SW We received a postal cud from a in Washington a few days since jt nquiring if the story tenth of Two Lovers was original as he had teen itII the Chicago Times Herald credited to paper He seemed surprised that Wolfe county could produce such Went To gratify the inquirers curiosity we will sttte that the article was original 1YUtIgImanI I x COM M MAY 4 j IiTha8 Largest s in Kentuciffl REGARDLESS I PRIll S OF 11e do not will take 25 pet cent oH of CREATESTlEADING Hundred SOl of Clothing wo have nfj the knife to the m COME FOR7I5Q TINothing Cash With When You Flannel1 Suits sewwl tt 700 pry suit color guaranteedFour I which soMa t 499 and cents 75 cerilr nnd 1 worth Pouts flue woo cassiinere at 2 m You oO Buy GooS 1 lEXINGTON flND PPARIS NY 1RO yo YIt CTIGA- ItBLACK8M1TH8ANDWAGON MAKERS I IIIAEL OKKEX E TeCIyj E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGo 1Uc PatmaptHomethe Ikat Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and pet our pricSJ 1 Happy 1 IX THE nORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT E Iemploy only skillet labor every man being an artist in his srxvialtr a your work Is respectfully sol- icitedPflBATPLS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY 1 H F PIERATT Proprietor r35 IX CONNECTION WITH THE DAY H01 Special care taken of teams for Conuntfij vial Travelers Parties conveyed to any p015on liberal terms Patronage of the pubbcl spectfully solicited H F PIEKATTJl lltl thildlJ QPTIjE REAT BJl NESS TRAINING SCHOOL TJESOUTR 9C NrtIJIMJ9rr anQi HNID U CLTIC IC 11- w tLf 4lll7rhf1 llcnxt 7Cp iyTIEtWgC tttlnttthi risaTzt Cai wt7v7rorr at r Ha Kr 4r- L Te K r- n a w n 14 fllf h 4 4- I h lyui wa i r r t TOIE HERALD miCOEl OOOHB Editor CHI E IA1IOIT Business Manager u4 Associate Editor Ii HAZEL CREEN KY TJIURSDAYlllay 21 1890 t f ASXOJ 3 Ttvon COXOIIRSS We ore authorized to announce W M I J I HnCKNKlt of Clark county an cniulldnte I t r for Congress Irnm the Tenth district sub jcct to the action of the Democratic party CtEftKt CIIAS T t for the office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the notion of tho Demo cratle party I OAUUSIKS GJlOSTII Flit 2 1S78 Tin coxsn I t RACY WHICH 8BEMB TO HAVE IIBEJf ucii FORMED HHHB AND IX EUROPE TO HTIIOV nY iroisi vTioN ANn OTHBKWISI I FROM THIIBH8RVBXTJIB TO ONIMUIr I Till METALLIC MOX8Y OF TUG WOltLDI I 18 TUB MOST tllOAXTlC OK THIS OU ANY OTHER AGE fun CONSUMMA TION OP SUCH A gOHBMIt WOULD ULTI MATELY KTAIL MOUB MISBRY ClOII WAMII TUB HUMAN RACK THAN ALL TUB 1ESTILBNCK ANn FAMINE THAT EVKU TIIRjj OCCURRED IN TUB HISTORY 01 WORLD JOHN G CutirsrFtt PURSUANT to n call hy the state exec utive committee tho Democrats of Wolfo 1 county aro requested to meet at Camp Ion on Saturday May 80 nt 2 oclock pII m in maes convention for tho purpose of sending delegates to the Democratic I state convention to he hold at Lexington Juno 3 to select delegates to attend tho National Democratic convention ntI 71SDGrC C HANKS Chairman J K CARROLL Secretary A CARD i To TIm DEMOCRATIC VOTERS 01 THE TllVTH CO GlUt IOI DWTKK- TII n candidate for Congrei from this dhtiiot 1 am for the free rued un limited coinage of silver at the ratio of 1C to I regardless of internutitmnl inter ference and believe that tho Democratic party can win on that iissue The limit ed time between now and tho time of Melding time district convention and my limited images will preclude tho possi bility of my making an active canvass Hence I appeal to the Froo Silver Dem ocrats throughout the district to give mite their support and suflhigo and prom ise thorn that should I ho HO fortunate ns to receive the nomination followed by an election I will in nil things have n watchful eye for the interests of the people of my district attend strictly nndI soberly to tho duties of the position antiI mnko every clUnt in my power to prove r a faithful servant of my people in better lug their condition and developing the resources of Eastern Kentucky My record of eleven years during which I have labored faithfully is ns an open book printed in clear type nod upon it j I go before tho pcoplo J l Hoping I may secure your influence and support I am I Your obedient servant SPENCER COOPER I i 4 SILVER SPRAYS WAIIIIEX county silver men want Sen ator Daniel of Virginia to speak there 1 l TUE Mooroa Furry correspondent or the Owiugavillo Outlook says it seems as though the free silver question is about to get the upper hand in that part of tho county arrI Tim silver men in this county and city are adding to their army dallys Men who were gold hug leaders last fall I 4 are with the silver men this spriuga t Frankfort Argub THE silver men in all parts of thoa +1 state are holding meetings and appoint lag committees to see that tho silver ale i a atare brought to the mass conren- UoM ix May S0at- b Tf JledrfJIJUe o rrt pondpnt of the I- LwtiriYIU Ih koc Calc bug Interviewed iMtoM rf U prMftiMat aiM of tbat city o n J- N Q on the financial question found ten of them favored trio silver and then gave up the job This shows how the rank and file of Democracy stands throughout Kentucky r TilE Olympia correspondent of the Bath County World writes The Cou rier Journal had a man here Monday I morning distributing the CJ free among i the people I asked him why Wntterson I was not writing editorials for that paper now he has not answered mo nt this II writing I told him ho was hired hy the gold bugs to distribute lies for them QUEAT BRITAIN doc not maintain armies and navies for mere show says Louisville Times Noindeed Thanks to protective tariffs and Wall street Jegis11 lation she swept the American flag from the seas and maintains her armies and I navies with the profits of her sweeping j and for her future profit at the expense of American Interests- CONOREssMts COCKRELL of Texas speaks right out for silver Ho says he is tired of parading under a Democratic hammer which has been smirched by men calling themselves Democrats He wnntsI it made plain that the Democratic party I in for silver So does his distinguished relative Senator Cockrell of 3I1souriII The Cockrell family seems to be nIltt right TilE Free Silver Democrats of tho Tenth congressional district should attend the county conventions on the 30thtt itut nod demand representation in the I I district convention That a large majority of the farmers and laboring mOil throughout the district are for free silver I no man will have the temerity to deny and it behooves them to demand repre Dentation in tho Ilea ttyville contention Lot every advocate of free silvertime- peoples money attend his convention on Saturday the 80th inst and demand his rights J T LACY of the Farmers HAnk nt Owingsvilto suggests the following finan cial scheme Wore it in my power I would remove all restrictions on nation al bank circulation that is allow the hanks to iissue circulation up to time par value of the bond deposit and I would have no national bank note of a smaller dnnominatiun than 20 This would necessitate a larger use of silver or what is the saute thing silver certificates of time denomination of tens fives twos and ones If the larger use of silver that such n hanking law would necessitate did not satisfy tho advocates of free coinage they would be mighty hard to please In addition I would increase the gold re ervo to 450000000 in order that the Sherman notes could be proper Ily taken cure of These changes T think would remove all restrictions to the busi ness ot the country which is only wait ing and begging to he let go ahead Tin fight between tho free silver and gold standard Democrats in Kentucky is growing hotter every day Senator Bluckhurn is expected to soon go on the stump to advocate sending free silver delegates to tho Chicago convention Tho silver men have been doing cflect awe work during the past few weeks in precinct meetings throughout Kentucky The farming element is about three to one in favor of free silver mill in time rural precincts they have pawed strong resolutions denouncing time policy of the national administration and urging all free silver men to organize and work systematically for the selection of dole gates to time national convention Tho gold standard Democrats intro been rather backward in organizing and in fact they lave so far perfectos no organization Milton J Durham who was controller of time treasury during Mr Clevelands first administration has leaded tho sound money movement in Lexington and Fayettc county Tho gold standard Democrats have mccedcd in gaining control of nearly every county committee in Kentucky and also the state central committee The latter organization border to gain is much time as possible decided thntI the county conventions allover tho must bo held on the saute day May 10 As the state convention convenes it Lexington on Juno 3 this will give ut little time for delegates to make arrangements to como to the convention ind it is more than likely that of tho tWO j delegates selected not more than GOO twill bo present iI The silver Democrats say this is n lj cheme of the gold standard men to oh sin control of the convention but they iteiii to make a desperate fislt to nffrpt t- Wit apparent advantage Tlio western j r put of Keatucky Is very nearly solid I to Take j Easy M to Operate Are features peculiar to Hoods Pills Small In size tasteless vfllclent thorough A OM man r 11 t f0 lAr hI Y nrknowyoga havr Mkiia prod till it lIs ill Oer iic C I Ilootift Co Proirlitor TowclL Maui Pills i l only plats to take with Hoods Sursoiarllla 11hC SEITZ WJ WITH W M KERR CO JOBUEKS IX Hardware 0 ImlemantstIRONTON I fur silver and the movement is growing in Contra Kentucky At time Iexing J ton A uui tori 11 m last week Rev W T Boiling time distinguished Alabama Methodist preacher made n free silver address to a large number of workinginon His address was a powerful exposition of tho free silver doctrine and his re marks were received with vociferous ap plause The workingmrn of Kentucky are for free silver bya large majority not over twenty per cent of them being fur the gold standard State Senator Charles J Bronxlnn a sound stony man admits that it looks very much as if tho silver Democrats would control the coming state conven tion mid that Mr Carlisle will be completely turned down One enthusiastic free silver Democrat said recently that Dr Boiling ought to be put up fur congress front the Seventh district That time silver movement is rapidly growing in Kentucky nil conservative students of politics admit and from present indi cations it would not be surprising if that element dominates the state convention in Juno The Coiuaitutiunaliat published at Eminence Ky has just completed its 28th year and during all that time has been wider the management of W A Holland Although the plant was de stroyed three dills rent times by fire yet pli EnixHkc it arose from the ashes and became a power in the Democratic ranks of Henry county Mr Holland is quite an enthusiast on the silver question and in every issue of time Constitutionalist strikes a blow at the gold hugs The New Holieinian price 100 per an aunt or 10 cents n copy is one of time most refreshing luxuries of all the literary magazines that reach our table The May number which is before us is an exceptionally fine work both in literary merit and typographical excellence and wo advise all who wish to keep pace with upto date literary matters to send their subscriptions in and secure it at once Address Publishers New Bohcm ion Cincinnati Ohio enclosing 1 and you will receive each month a thing of beauty and a joy forever Capt Spencer Cooper editor of the HAZEL GREEN HERALD is announced as a Democratic candidate for congress in the Tenth district Capt Cooper isi a native of Lexington He was born April 23 ISlfi learned the printing business early in life served four years in the federal army und has published several successful Democratic newspapers lie iis for free silver CourierJournal Prisoners in the Newport jail sawed time hinges oft of tho iron door loading into time yard and several made their es cape Jackson Walling and Phil Caine I 1 another murderer refused to leave Incendiaries arc causing a reign of ter ror in Bath county During time past few weeks many residences and buildings have been destroyed A terrible cyclone in TOXPS Kansas and Western Kentucky caused the loss of several lives and serious injury to many others To The Public hawing disposed of my stock of mer clmmlise und retired from business I de sire all who are indebted to me by note account or otherwise to call and settle J nt once I can be found at my oldstand so give this your immediate attention I Thankful for your past patronage I am Respectfully yoursJOHN M ROSE Hazel Green May 5 1800 Wo received a postal card from a friend in Washington a few days since inquiring if tho story Death of Two Lovers was original ns he had seen it in time Chicago Times Herald credited to his paper Ho seemed surprised that Wolfe county could produce such talent To gratify the inquirers curiosity wo rill state that the article was original ud written by lion Sowell a yuuug man native to the mauor born CREATEST tOTHING SALEI IN TI11 HISTORY OF THE n COMMEKGEKG MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The 8 Largest and a Bests Stocks ofs Clothing in 2 Kentucky REGARDLESS OF VALUE REGARDLESS OF COST REGARDLESS OF PRillI lire llo not care what prices competitors name f wo will take 25 pet cent oil of Sallie goods In our stock wo have Fifteen Hundred Suits of Clothing costing from 12 U5 20 and 25 which wo hove pui the knife to time core COPE AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FORt 7150i Nothing reserved in this lot But Bring the Cash With Yet When You Come One Hundred nnd Fifty Middlesex Flannel Suits sewed with silk thread and new fresh goods at 700 per suit color guaranteed Jms XS A CORlrEDl Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale which sold at 409 itnd worth 10 and 12nt 800 Pants at 50 cents 75 cents nnd 1 worth 150 s2amid X8 One Hundred pair Panty fino woo cassimere at 2 worth 5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices LUVut L us frau Iw LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON PND PRRIS NY n ROSE DAVISOPHACTICArOQ BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY IEI 1HomeI IIIXIuun n n n m your work is respectfully solicited 0 PIEBATTJ i lS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY I H F PIERATT Proprietor JIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of tennis for Commer cial Travelers Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the publicre Bpectfully solicited H F PIERATT 1 II t Cl jjAdiQe I TlE RETAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL W TfESOUTH VdfffiitJiriiJt9erdand HUHDKOS or CUBUATB HOIDHW FlfI M W try HCOKUWDtD RHK LEAWW WSWCSS Mid S mifIMd m d91p THE COUKTRT Mewnowcjjuwwr wut e ocv JQIIH LTA iff4- iIIi = T 4 L rIrL tI IifI tI ilI i I k y jiVi mE HEPALD Nana Green Hearsajs Happsafe 0J T Pieratt is recuperating in Mcni lee county this week Miss Minnie L Day tit a visit to Campion Sunday Breck Auiyx left ywtrnlijr ou n busi ness trip to Columbus Ohio Bring in that corn you owe us W e need it now as much as in winter Capt Dickinson and a Ir Tonont wero guests of the Day Ilousb TumUiy nightMiss Florence Quicksnll of Ezel visited friends and relatives in tinsel Orccn Sunday Dont wait until fall buforo you brin that wood11e need it now for cookingt purposes Look at tho date after your name on tho address of your paper and govern yourselves accordingly Mrs Rilda Day will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better h for n fino mess of very fine pie plant Rev J M Little will preach at lose Chapel on Lacy creek on the fifth Sun day in this month Services at 11 oclock nm Thousands Intro tested the great build ingup power of Hoods Sarsaparilla and1 found renewedstrength vigor and vitality Iin its tie There will bo religious service at Laurel on tliol second Saturday night and Sunday following in Juno by ltev11- F DunegansB II Grace of Nehemiah who has been taking the teachers course at the academy returned homo with family last Saturday Tho rain of Tuesday was hailed with delight by all in this section Vegeta tion has taken a new start and now there is a prospect of more garden MISS So much interest was manifested iin the services of Elder Tinsley by the peo pie of Hazel Green that n large number wont to Grassy on Sunday afternoon to hear him preach Granville Howard county attorney o Knott county and Sydney Arnett of Magoilin county pnmrd through town yesterday en route to their respective homes from Mt Sterling WACO Mo May lf 18- EDITOH I1atttdInclnsCt1 lied one dollar to renew my subscription I have been n little slow this time but hotter lute than never Yours etc J R Cox A young lady reading to a circle orI friends rendered tho IIlIeliTho old mnnI lifted up his eyes to heavenand thanked God tremulously thusR1Imc old mat lifted up his eyes to heaven mid thankedl God tremendously t The Wolfe county Sunday school union convention will bo held at Sandfield on Saturday Juno 20 All Sunday schools of the county arc expected to be repre sented and all are cordially invited t attend II IT SWAXHO Pros John M Rose left Sunday for u visit to Montgomery and Clark counties via Torrent and thv probability is that ho will look up n location in ono or other of tho two counties with u view to perma nent residence in the blue grass Tho Wolfe county medical society willI meet at Campion Saturday May 30 at 10oclock n m A Cd attendance of tho regular physicians of the county lis requestedas the election of officers for the ensuing year will take place J R CAUIIOU M D Sec stenographefornow j secretary to the governor is to be married nt an early date to ono of Lexington pretty young maidens The lady in wellkoolvn1 MrsNJudge Amos Davis the young rcprc sentalivo of Bettman Bros Cincinnati nilhtrondaydowny mustache and is ono of the proud est boys over tho achievement that everu went over tho road Tho only fear mustachehoas a t cigarette smoking buggy0Ai mare buggy ss Andtl orJioHazel Greens Ky J Academy Commencement Elder Hugh McLellan of Shelbyvillo will deliver the Unccalnu Ate seniien on 1IIo the two Endeavor societies on Sunday evening J On Monday evening June 1 the two vtciotta Hmt it Ilan and TJtihl Dnlci wi giveI jiii vrtfrtninmeut Oa iuiauu moaiiug Juac 2 will be I the GunlsOlion On Tumlay afternoon will bo the n- nnalrtluhml of pupils patrons nnd CrionchiOn Tuesday at S p m the declama tory enuresis ono by the young women the other by the young men On Wednesday at 10 n m the com mencement program will be given Time five graduates will spunk and Henry L Godify of Washington D Cwill do livor the address to the class Something must be wrong with t6email between West Liberty and HazelI Green but where the fault lies wo are unable cnrrgpondentto know why his letters had not beenI published He told us that on Mondav May 3 ho had mailed n news letter to THIS HIRAID and not having seen it in the issue of May 7 concluded it had ar rived too late for that issue but would appear in the next Not seeing it in tho issue of tho Mih while here ho asked us tho reason maul wo informed him that 1nu letter had been received from him in several weeks This is not the first time that such has happened and we would1 ask of tho postmasters on that route to hen lilllo mot careful in the transmission of mail As we said before wo do not know where the tarot lies but diligence i I be observed in forwarding until promptly I Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Rollcf There IIs No Pay 1 Our better j1 probably bow the most pro coeiotiH chicken alive Some two months since she set a hen with eighteen eggs the result of which was one chicken of tho female gender The malron hen ntissfs took to the roost along with her grown companions Ilie latter didnt like the in novation and fought her oil since whirl IIOlltjA1 j another lien mud in dome so found it i necessary to place a few eggs in the maiden pullets nest whereupon she at once placed them under her with us narkr cure as would an old hen and was appn rcntly exceedingly proud of the plHCorI mance Craddock can not produce her equal and well bet doughnuts to dollars on the venture I WantedwA good respectable girl to do the housework I for a small family Good wttge t to tho right party For further into J mation apply at this office I WOLFE COUNTY Lano LocalsItI 0Log rollings etc constitute tho cake of tho day The wife of Goo Sherman To rrill Iis of the sick list J It Klkins wont to Cincinnati lux week on a business tripetThe wife of Wash Tyro has been dUll gerously ill for several days No fish in the river now boys Uncle Allen and Vache got the lust 1 Holly has three stores mud goods n rockbottom free trade prices at 1111Ij The Stillwator singing school taught by W L Gone of this vicinity was sung to n finish last Sunday in a musical tiny Hon A F Byrd and family and Mist I Lou K Byrd of Campion recently paid I Benj Sowcll and his betterllL plunllInt visit Fences getting burnt up has been tho blazing glory but misfortune with the farmers in this section A devil eon thnxI incoudlary hns been in our midst seeking what ho might consume wits a devil li t torch Jonathan Hollon has announced himn self as n candidate for tho office of mat rimony from the Stillwalor district Wo take pleasure in recommending him to the fair young belles as a sober upright 1 and moral young man May 16 BRAD MATTOOX A Mr Collins of Flemingsburg is at Swango Springs If C DNtrkrllwUl jfhd in hip farmer address his piper will be forwarded to kha f reat allrew Stao KIMIW t ENGLISH KZTCHEll I12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY hnnrJllIOnOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty CTOS LUX Aaav P1Op iCt G31ett LEE COUNTY Flncaatlo Fishings Miss Smith of Clay City visited the family of 12 B Smith Sunday Nute Williams iis very low with con mimpiuii nnil not expected to live George Spurlock of Hazard was tho fguest of 1Yt1rntcr one day Inst week Willie Tones is awfully pleased with his big girl because his wife snslilt is just like Willie Revs J E Morris and Stamper preach artyIchurch hero Sunday Pistol shooters are getting to bo very numerous around here on Sunday Why dont the citizens do their duty Y Married on the ICth lost IStull to Miss Lealor Shoemaker at th 1 home of the bride Rev M F Stamper oiUciating Mr+ J E Morris and Mrs WT Pra tter visited Mrs Socrates Kineidd last Kriilay mud think tho days topic was on gardening W U Hum died at his home near this jplace last Tuesday afternoon at ft oclock otter an illness of two weeks of bowelI complaint and buri Thursday at the JLowly Abner burying ground Deceased 77 years old tad was well known on ithet Kentucky river as a great reflxmau Mwy 18 WILD HIM Jorry South Dies From a Pistol Wound A desperate battle occurred late Sulur day afternoon on the Kentucky river below i J Jackson in which Jerry South grandson of Jerry South fur many year superintendent of tho Kentucky pent tentiary was killed South and several companion among them John Glllum were engaged in the unlawful but 5nisof seining tho river They wore all drink tug moonshine whisky and offer the fish had been caught they quarreled over their division It was not long until all five of time urea were blazing away at each other with their pistols South fellI from n bullet believed to have been fired by Gillum Sotiths grnmlfMtlier owned fifty thousand tierce of land in Hreatliitt county mill the young man Inhrrit11n llarge tmct Ho has been vnyward Sernlellrll ago ho urns indicted fu r killing n man but gut clear on tame pretext Ho was a worm friend of Fulll French lender of the French faction in tho Kversnle fold and was strongly op Iposed to evangelists coming into Eastern Kentucky He into hear charged with bying ono of Frenchs lieutenants and when Frenchs lending killer Tom Smith I ho confcmed to having murdered eight men was on tho vcnduld South remarked that Evangelist Dickey who Wilt praying for Smith ought to bo bunged instead of the lIIultlUlurlhrorJ i NoticoII I have plncod my notes and accounts tho hands of Kollin hash for roller iudubtalr andlsave costs I am forced to collect rod mudtproduce on debts or for morchandibo at he market prices Respectfully April 23 J1891 J1 DAY William Mini Acquitted William Minix who killed William agotwas tried in tho Magoflin circuit court lint week and the jury returned verdict of not guilt At the time of the murder kibitz gave hand and left the country aunt was zmvor I heard from until ho appeared for trlnlij i i Ho says ho could not rest until his con i trinllforj I came a Methodist preacher under an as illumed name married in Missouri and two children Minix and Ward were young men about twenty years of i age and intimate friends Quo night in August 1866 they were playing cards drinking socially when n dispute arose over the game Minix struck Ward over thohead with nn old fashioned skillet fracturing leis skull from the ef i I dnYII1luterI I well educatedII I arranged keep as of the traveling public us desire to stop with mo Snmpb rooms for westJof J III UJ D Breakfast from 5 tag a m Dinner frola ifi fj FIET1I IIIimjLr I Will sell you j UsBiJ IAt tho following prices White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred poundeGranulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound All othor goods in proportion Como mud soo me I will make you happy nnd you will fool like lifo is worth living I will soil 5uu sonic of your goods or sonic other mnn Will invn thum to you TliJa moans u Cash trimsnction Dont ask for crodit llospoctfullyH F PIERATT ACADEMYi seat i1 i fii1 j irarSpecial courses in Bible Short l lE OrnalE1E f ulIIi i lIi11I 1rAltr tlarsl J J 1 lh The next torn of ten weeks Ins MONDAY MAIICII 30 I8DO M Ititi apcclulattention millwork wilY he given to tho o who want to 1 K- jj prepare lor teaching All tho branches of tho Common School V- ij ftJJ 11 ttuuuu wlhlhlngIH only 2X j t ft f llJllllllg year lilj rIIIIJJSmut roc Catalogue or LI f ri111IU7 1roeu tCeutuck r1 JF ifr1 1al JU1 1 tlIfI Ji Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Prices Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND atut No 0 STATIONS rol I Sundays 1aily only stmufty put11lmehostcrpintvouprnIalrllef pmf1111StllntounorptlsoulilliHulldtcINat Brlll RillIorrelli 11111Benlty lintJIIAtlinl 1 umEikntimumJuuksnn RilliIEAST BOUND 0STATIONSJ XlJullI nunAvonourIVInchesterI umFalrlienmIiulliinI amClayUIIStulltollniuFHioipmNatpmDundeoI I pmTorrentpmlicuttjvvpmThrceFka pmII I I I 1 11 LiVINGBrO i IVI OKAS Ga taltlrlMt Itm iI c i 8FFEi 1Exponses ffSWhole workit1nrlloulnraLI pmI Io I Ch TABLERSPILBBUCK OINTMENT CURES fiOTHING OUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN OURS known for 10 soars no tho BEST REMEDY for PILE SOLI JIY ALL JinUOOIBTSe- pmltrSICnAKtSOHlttBrr C9 OTlOUrf THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T 8 CUWCEY Drawer ICO Chicago Secre r tary of Uie STAR ACCIDENT CourAKV for Information regarding Accident laiuf ante Mention this paper Dv to doing lou can UfO IacddcutallaJurlc SPATFOLkSMr monui by iJin lUrntmenttj nraa sureonndnn etnbta n rr f9ftYiL liitlll tniilci4A btalUi and W tiuunhantesia tPATIENTSCIIflMmIlAUJ Fur psrlleutanr a53r9 i Wish U DR SNYDER YIIItHoort 1111Wr iNn c 1Iii HIeariiiii J 2 f i Iri IT TT T JtF t M i 0 k I i S rl ift1fi dI 4- s I L i t 0 I v pJ4E HERAL Hazel Green Hearsays Happsair 0J1 Picratl Is recuperating In Motif Ice county this week Miss Minnie L Daya visit to Campton Suudny Breck Amyx left yesterrlyoon bum ness trip to Columbus Ohio Bring in that corn you owe iw We need it now as much as in winter Capt Dickinson and a JIr Tenon- were guests of the Day Ilousb Tuesday nightMiss Florence Quickwill of Eel visit ed friends and relatives in Tinsel Green Sunday Dont wait until fall before you bring that wood We need It now for cooking purposes Look at the date after your name aI the nddress of your paper and govern yourselves accordingly Mrs Rildu Day will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better 1 for a fine mess of very line pie plant Rev J M Little will prates at Rose Chapel on Lacy creek on tho fifth Sunday in this month Services at 11 oclock n in Thousands have tested the great building up power of Hoods Sannparilln an i found renewed strength vigor and vital ity in its urfe There willlbo religious services atI Laurel on the second Saturday night and1 Sunday following in June by llev 11 F DunglmI11 H Grace of Nehiinmh who has been taking the teachers course at the academy returned hmo with family last Saturday The rain of Tuesday was haired withI delight by all in this section Vegeta tion lots taken a new start and now there is a prospect of more garden s nss So much interest was manifested iin time services of Elder Tinsley by tho plO pie of Hazel Green that a large number went to Grassy on Sunday afternoon to hear him preach Granville Howard county attorney o I Knott county and Sydney Arnett of Magoflin county passed through town yesterday en route to their respective homes from Mt Sterling WACO Mo May If 1800 EDITOR HKKAM Enclased find one dollar to renew my subscription I have been a little slow this time but II better late that never Yours etc J It Cox A young lady reading to a circle of friends rendered the lineliTho old lifted up his eyes to honvoiiniul thanked1 God tremulously timeliTho old man lifted up his eyes to heaven and thankedl God tremendously- The tt Wolfe county Sunday school union convention will be held at Sandfield on Saturday June 20 All Sunday schools of the county are expected to be represented and all are cordially invited to attend H H Swvxuo Pres John M Rose left Sunday for n visit to Montgomery and Clark counties vim Torrent and the probability is that ho will look up a location in one or other of tho two counties with ti view to perma nent residence in the blue grass Tho Wolfe county medical society willI meet at Campion Saturday May 30 n t 10oclock a m A frill attendance of tho regular physicians of the county iis requested as the election of officers for the ensuing year will take place J R CAitnou lr D Sec stenographertornow secretary to the governor is to be marriedI at an early date to one of Lexington pretty young maidens Time lady in wellknownl MrNnre reprsentativo m nishtIondI1Y proudest ever If t went over the road Tho only fear Sow is that having raised the mustache e he fv toeJguette T WANTEDTo trade a good top buggy 11 combined bay mare buggy harness Ii ea I gold watch and chain for rattle or Vi SAM htEEKt4ADIy Hazel Green Ky M Academy Commencement EWwr Hugh UcLcllnn of Shelby vlllo will deliver the Imccalau ate Mrm0n on tunday May 31 lie will ako address the two Endeavor societies ou Sunday ovsning On Monday ercning June 1 the two reties Haul et Bon and Utite Dnlci I tsP1 give nil lnatintUlnt Uu iutii j lUvnaug Juuv 2 will be 1 the final session I OB Tuesday afternoon will bo the an nurcuuiull of pupils patrons and friendsOn j at S p m the declama ttory contosU one by the young women the other by the young mon On Wednesday at 10 n m the com mencement program will be given The five graduntxs will speak and Henry L GotUey of Washington DOwill do liver the address to the class Something must be wrong with thoI mail between West Liberty and Hazel Green but where the fault lies wo 11r currespondent l to know why his letters had not beenI published He told us that on Mondav tiny 3 he had mailed a news letter toI THK IlKiiAU and not having seen it in the issue of May 7 concluded it had ar rived too taro for that issue but would1I appear in the next Not seeing it in the itfue of tho Mth while here ho asked u the reason and we informed him that dlno letter had been received from him it i timlthat1 ask of the postmasters on that route to be I a little more careful in too transmissioni 1IIf mail As we said before vo do nutIj i know where the fault linrhut diligent I I should be observed in forwarding mails promptly I Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Rdllef There Is No RaviI I Qr Onr better j probably hug the most pre cocious chicken olive Some two months since she set a hen with eighteen eges the result of which was one chicken of the female gentler The matron hen mi81fi took to the roost along with her grown companions lobo latter didnt like the in novation and fought her oil since which time she has roosted in a vacant nest A few nights since the said better 1 set another hen and in doitiK so found iit necessary to Vince n few eggs in the maiden pullets nest whereupon she 11 once placed them under her with as much i care ns would an old lien and was appa rently exceedinglyl proud of the porfor malice Craddock can not produce her equal and well bet doughnuts to dollars 1on the venture Wanted A good respectable girl to do the lions work for a small family Good wailS to tho right party For further in fur mation apply at this office WOLFE COUNTY Lane Locals Log railings etc constitute time order of the day The wife of Goo Sherman Terrill is onf the sick list J R Elkins wont to Cincinnati lust week on n business trip The wife of Wash Tyra has been don gerously ill for several days No fish in too riyer now lloys Uncle Allen and Vache got the last Holly has three storey and ponds n rock bottom free trndo prices at ell The SlSllwater singing school tough by W h Gose of this vicinity tvns sung to a finish last Sunday in n musical way Hon A F Byrd and family and ills- g Lou E Byrd1 of Campton recently paidi Bonj Sewell and his better n pleasant iIisit thoIblazing glory but micfortune oI farmers in this section A devil cent incendiary limas been in our midst peeking what he might consume witsa devillit torch tJonathan Hollon has announced him self as n candidate for tho office of mat rimony from time Stillwater district WoI take pleasure in recommending him toI time fair young belles ns a sober upright and moral young man May 16 BRAD MATTOOX A Mr Collins of Flemingsburjj is a Swango Springs Tf CPNtofcJlwHl ipnd IiililrffnrmfT address I5 piper will be forwarded to lila prweat adxlrew etao KAMM ENGLISEI 1jjjjffTCI I12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY hours110n SnecialtvIctoXti 7 LEE COUNTY Flncaatlo Fishings Miss Smith of Clay City visited the family of E B Smith Sunday I Nuts Williams Iin very low with con ump ion nml not expected to live George Spurlock of Hazard was tho guest of W T Prater ono day last week Willie Jones is awfully pleased with his big girl because his wife says it is just like Willie preachIed to a very largo crowd at the new church hero Sunday 0Pistol shooters are getting to be very numerous around here on Sunday Why dont the citizens do their duty Married on tho ICth host George Stull to hiss Lealer Shoemaker ut time home of the bride Rev M F Stamper officiating fir J E Morris and Mrs W T Pro ter visited Mrs Socrates Kincaid lasts Friday and think the days topic was on pardoning W It Gum died at his home near this place last Tiisday afternoon at oclock lifter illness of two weeks of bowel Icomimplaint11111 buriedThursday ut the ground Deceased was 77 yours old lord toss well known on Itho Kentucky river as a great raftsman IS WILD DIM I1t11 Jerry South flea From a Pistol Wound A desperate battle occurred lute Sutur day afternoon on the Kentucky river be low Jackson in which Jerry South grandson of Jerry South fur many yours superintendent of tho Kentucky peni tcntinry was killed South and several companion among them John Gillum were engaged in the unlawful biiMiiitsof- seining the river They were nil drinking ii moonshine whisky and otter the fish had been caught they quarreled over i their division It was not long until 11111 4ifivo of the men were blitzing away at each other with their pistols South full from a holiest believed to have been fired i 1hr Gillum SouthsgrandfMther owned fifty thousand acres of land in 1reathitt i I county and the young man inherited n large tract Ho boos been vjiyward SeveralI years ago ho was indicted fur- L killing a man but got clear on tome pre text Ho was a warm friend of halt French lender of the French faction illI the Eversole fend and was Htrongly op1 posedI to evangelistsI coming into Eastern Kentucky He has been charged bring one of Frenchs lieutenants withII when Frenchs leading killer Toni SmithI who confomed to hnvinx murdered1 eight men was on the ceafFuUl South remarked j that Evangelist Dickey who was praying for Smith ought to be hnngod instead of i the muliimurdcror Notice I I IIHVO placed my notes and accounts in tho hands of llollin hash for dolled tionaiul kindly ask all who are indebted to me to pay without being sued and save costs I nm forced to collect and will buy all kindof salable stock and produce on debts or for merchandise at time market prices Respect fully April 23 1805 11 DAY William Minlx Acquitted William Minlx who killed William agotwas tried in the Magoffin circuit court luyt week and the jury returned vcr diet of not guilty At the time of the murder Minix gave bond and left the country and was naver j i trialsj I Ho Bays ho could not rest until his con trlnllforj I sumed name married in Missouri and jI has two children Minix maul Ward were young men about twenty years of ago and intimate friends Ono night In- Augullt 18GG they were playing cards and drinking socially when n dispute arose over too game Miaix truck I Ward over tho head with nn old fashioned skillet fracturing his skull from the cfI fects of which Ward died n few days i later Minix Is a good preacher and well educated muchtof the traveling public as desire to stop with mo Sampb rooms forj VcstJiIJ l1- C x L Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from o ffI j fd PI IfltI yT 1 IFJtVB Will sell you V JiU M IAt time following pricos White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound- All other goods in proportion Como nnd sro me I will nmko you happy nod you will fool like life is worth living I will soil you Riiiim of your goods or some ntlmr man will give thorn to you Thia moans h Cash transaction Dont nsk for credit Kospuctfully H F PIERATT y iwJ 1 c i HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY ij rmli Normal and Preparatory School fE 4 Special courses in Bible Short Fml IIIj hand and Typewriting and Orna- mentalU J and Plain Drawing Ml I 1ll I iJllULL COUKSKS SUSTAIXKI- rii tII ALL DKPAKTMKXTS j li i J If prejwtre lor teaching All the branches of the Common School f v iIJIII i IfIfI j v 111 It will hlll good time fur teachers to review their school work r ill I I fur till lllIIing year I l j iri11 llncl irvvn Kent licit rti11 JJi Wil l rrlJLiDl1 I YJ I V Dealer in General Merchandise on a Cash Basis Largest Stock Lowest Prices IleXingtonand Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No t No it STATIONS No 1 Sundays DUllex Dully only Suuifny i pm1vuupattiiuehusterpmiminlrliepmIndlanproClayi Stnntoti I 8 10 nm C 02 pm 11 20 nm IilHon 7 Winin 0117 pun 10 4S Rill 111111111 7 43 am 32 jim 10 17 am Nat Ilriilgr 7 38 nm 14 27 pm 10 07 nm Torrent 7 24 nm 4 14 pm 0 35 am Iknttyxo Je 7 03 am 3 S2 prim 8 2A am TlircuFksC- i 0 A3 urn 3 42 pm 8 00 urn Athol 0i 32 am 3 21 pin 7 18 nm Klkiilnwu 0 08 nm 2 AS pm C 30 urn IJnokcon 0 00 nm 2 M pm 0 10 nm or- I EAST BOUND QJ No 0 STATIONS No2 cxDailyI 220 I 70 sumAvonum11IneheeterI nomClayomJIltHminiFairlieI ImIpmiprimTorrentpmllcattyve t2pmFlkntrrllpwJacksonI Nns 1 sad 2 arrive and depart tram C k L relCldtrnlns I JU LIViSGitTOh VtoPrMMttftMMMb 1 C UIl t rww 4 J J Gt 1 J OFFmj hI pmAthol 1DlsolllIno1 I jfjflOIftiun1111I TABLERS BUCK EYE ILII = s OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES y I rA SURE nnd CERTAIN CURL known for IS yonrs no tho BEST REMEDY for PILES SOLD 117 ALL ItUGOIBTflPr rod b EICUAIDCOtt JttD CO OTMOI8 THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T 8 Qumccv Drawer ICO Chicago seers taiy of time SUit ACCIDCXT CoMrANV for JnformtttloM regarding Accident laiur ann Mention this paper Dy so doing you can me IcrIaCdl1Cl1tat FAT FOLkSa Dlraetmr to e b tIoltAn1nll wrlnklH fir f tm oanpteiiuialeaansandsoen Q PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIt CXtIJMrnUlllr Ir parleuimmrs tuUrtIM lrttrr JS JIWantedAn Idea EInw1JntD21i c LFIII ==11 f ce i CJhIJ1t I Iti 1 D cY n I q t- p 1rr THE HERALD epEiCER COOPER PutUhPt RElit t t KVa HAZEL t t HOLDS A UNIQUE POSITION Tloflrresldeat of tine Vented State Is Merely an JEmcrBency Man Tho vice presidency is essentially nu effice of dignity No other office under r the government eo highly cstccmetl os r that of the vice prceldcnt of the United States has such lofty possibilities for its occupantwhile ut tho same time bi- nS BO utterly bereft of influence either to wield patronage or to affect legisla lion The vice presidency requires a man fitted to fill tho highest olllcc un der the government lie is an emergency man Should death remove UK president It is lie who la called upon to occupy the white house Should there be a tie in the vote of the eenat4 he then hna the deciding vote but ex i ieept In this emergency he is without influence to affect legislation 111ttie- t the speaker of the house of representn tires assigns all the representatives to places on committees and in that way i virtually determines what legislation shall be enacted the vice president not being a member of the senate has noth ing to do with the formation of com miltees and la not even admitted to tin caucusscH of his party In which If tlm party have iv majority committee as nignmcnts fro determined and tin policy of the party is mapped out The patronage of the vice presiden consists in the appointment of a Bccrc tary n messenger a telegraph opcrato and a telegraphers page That is all mf Tho presiding officer of the senate oe atsupies a handsome room opening or the senate lobby and he is accorded r all the respect which goes with his high ofllcc tho chief function of which is to preside over the deliberations al- ii the United States senate Because of tho peculiar character tho duties of the rice president tlu dally routine of his life Is very different from that of a United States senator ills social life in Washington lis just what ho chooses to make IL ills invitn tions would not be disregarded by anyone in official or social life here hut whether ho entertain much or little tin matter purely within his own pleasure While certain social functions are n part of tho official duties of tho presi dent the vice president Is free to enter taint or not as he sees fit nut the vioo president is sought by runny visitors to tho capital and visitors from Illlnoli especially do not llko to leave Washing ton without having sought an intro duction to the vice president and thI man who is regarded ns n presidential possibility i Tho duties of the vice prcsldcntdi not require him to hum any mldnlgtPt I oil in the consideration of public ques tions Ho has ample opportunity to keep himself informed on nil matters that come herON congress by being n I good Jlntencr and ho has no occasion to prepare any speech for delivery it- t the senate He is thieved from all com jnltteo work of course and oven thr task of presiding over the senate in rendered an easy one because of the fact that that body is a very docile onto govern and Is not fraught with the perplexing parliamentary problems I F that are constantly occurring in the house of representatives The face I that the senate is so largely run by courtesy makes it an easy body to preside over Perhaps no man con nected with the Initcd States senateI IIM so apt to be bored as is the vice pres intent Without power to influence leg I r islation his once being such that even J ml4ptI I interference ho Is yet obliged to attend tho sessions of the senate dally r nd to recognize this or that one who happens to have a bill or u suggestion I to makeWulahington Star I j1 Ha Worked Ills Way Hack i a There was an Irishman said an jr old railroad official who was working I for our rond a long time but was dillII missed for drinking Ills discharge i brought him to his senses and he kept very straight for a long time and was jj dally visitor at the depot Reinstate I went was what he wanted but he was too proud to risk for it During the tune i wo were building a new depot and Pat was nn interested spectator One day I us the depot was nearing completion lot walked over tothe superintendent and said I hype that corner roomii be done Saturday I want to move Into j r it What said tho superintendent 01 say I want to move Into it were got to move Saturday hnd theres no other place to go to Tats diplomacy won Ho was reinstated and nosey again wont far astray Iluffnlo Cour- Ier I Fitting Insects Agwluit Insects It la told of the bate Prof JWcy the entomologist that he was the first to demonstrate that the ravages of an im ported species of inseut could bceheckcd tiys bringing its natural insect enemies vfrcJm It4 native homo to attack itThrough his influence this sort of in sect tvarfara for the benefit of horti culture Vns winged in California in 1838 An insect injurious to orange and lemon trees had found its way from t Australia to California and Prof Ililey hod a species of ladybug the natural enemy of the insect imported from Australia to defend the threatened rovzrToutW1 Companion to U F Ii IF POSITION OF MR CARLISLE Tbv flight Tiring Sitlil anti In the night race The attitude taken by Mr CnrlUle In his letter to n friend concerning Iris possible nomination for the presidency is worthy of the innn Tine secretary of the treasury is1 charged with sonic of the most important Unties resting upon this ndminiHtrntion He could not without wfjlittln thesf enter Into a rough and tumble Htruggle for the president inl nomination In this respect ho sets a worthy example to those Bfiintors and reprosintatlvei whose citHtnm it lInK boon to absent themselves from 11nshhrgton for vewku while congress is in KCHMIOII in order to serve their own nuuuninntion In ths next place Sir Carlisle in rightly con cerned far more about time declaration of principle of tint democratic party than about itn candidate A mistake III selecting a leveler way be rectified Its coiiseqiieneeK are but temporary Hut n mlHtake in a juirty platform rencheH far Into the future nail re maiiiH an ombnrrHKMiiont and a source of wenkiieKH to that party until a gen eration nrtaK that han luul tunic to forget the blunder In the present Instance n false step would be more than unfortunate It would IK fatal The failure of the democratic jwirty to declare for sound money mind rifrnliiRt silver inonometal HHIII in its national convention tints year would mean must inwtn party disintegration sad the absorption of demoeniey by irapulixm It InI time ex iHtence until not merely the success or defent of the democratic mrty tint IKI at Mtake Therefore Mr Carlisle acts the patriot and the loyal democratI when he sets thin Ihoot In tine forefront and MiltonlliuiteH to it nay per sonnl ambltlnn that he fray entertHin TOMS CABIN Llttlo MoKlnloy to OluluTell UnoJu Tom It In white 11111 of nil let the fight ba mmle for eoniwlmouey principles sail cttmlldmt will not be tacking There IBI not a word in Mr srhIsIes- inter oourfle from Iwjfl lining to end which etta be eoiiftrued as fi deflult rvfiiMtl to accept a nonShiHtlcu under any cItlumPitanll It Is not hellewd thAt hr would All that Jat Ism said is that he does riot wish to olweurv Issues or llvUle fonts in Air iwrty until Its on the cur reney question shall have lH en definite ly determined and that he dons not propose either to slight tine of Iris high otlice or to use us his predcccs sacs hurt done Its great patronage In order to force himself upon iris party as its presidential candidate In moth of these positions Mr Carlisle coo mends himself to Iris jwrty and to the country as a highminded honorable oldfashioned democrat worthy to bone the name mud to be the chosen leader Iof his party If It should so declare He Inns said the right thing in the right place and tine whole country respects and udMlves him for Paul Globe There seems to IK n manse in tlra MoKlnley boom Can it be that n con bination is being formed the sham Napoleon of protection McKIn Icy stands for nothing but extreme pro tection which means the robbery of tint many for tint benefit of time few and it would be n national calamity for him to become president of the Unites States Hut before winning that honor he inns two things to do first to win tho republican nomination and then lo meat some good democrat he do both 1S Y WorM Will the republican protection papers ever be willing to concede the fact that the revenues for the first cal endar year under the democratic tariff lay were mo e by 30000000 than they Were for the last calendar year under the MdKInlej law Springfield Mow itegisteir- a a FULL OF SIGNIFICANCE Those Who Are Ineeators In Republic ToifUc iSventy Bessemer steel companion representing 400000000 of capital and producing half the worlds output formed un organization yesterday at the Hotel Waldorf The prier of steel billets was placed ut tm n ton Last week they sold at 217 null 18X Y Press Time above IK quoted from the newts columns of one of the most rapid and insistent newspaper champions of pro tection It carries its own argument Tuese gentlemen met at the tiniest hotel in the world and decided to increase the lost of steel to the builders of all structures In which these billets are uxed by 17 4 per cent No one whc observes building operations in tho large cities can fail to understand how burdensome this will be upon con tractors and bunkers There will be n crowding of exJCNseH in other direc tions and the workingmen will not reap any advantage Pleat all grades of men frump the hoiiftcsinlth to the tenant who occupies the completed liitlding the representatives of 400 OUOOO of capital have made n levy of 17 i per cent This Is of special importance just ftW because of the political relations of these gentlemen The present tariit on the products they control Is 35 percent This tariff enables them to cOIn bine and raise the price three dollars u ton higher than the competitive level lint not satisfied with this enormous advantage they are Investing their nosey in a presidential campaign in the hope of securing a still greater advantage over the consumers of the UOO IK they make The trusts and pro tested manufacturers are not investing their in a republican candidate UNCLE Hvn Uncle Tom Ilmum of mu Is uUw tin houfcof Ckteayo Rerunl of attitude duties ItSt- against Can money vtt Bout ubstMMilttl hope sad wqwcta loin of rattan Tho New York Tinier says It U a Lund state of thru1 hot SK loan a the ticrM of the republican party It U poM4 by a tame body of butlnes intii- ii to be needed for the safety and progrvm ut I their bustna we do not doubt that they will invest money in promoting it Soonei or later they will sea their InlUt kt ai Cllr1llrhtadRut until that conviction Mpreailo mum further than It has yet spread money will I bv used and used freely at every step In republican poUtlctIThe complete ownership of u party by moue combinations of capital should be a sure liHiidteap to EUCCCMI We be lieve it will hlltlcn Observer PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS ender tint Wilson bill the shoddy mills are closed while the woolen mills work overtime Illinois State Heglstitr At any rate the McKinluy crowd have not claimed 5ov Morton thought hl hoe annexed on jwj er every thong else in IahtS Y Sun Gov HradleyK fall from the pin nneh of favorite soifism is undoubted lyI time most humiliating of the entire batch Chicago TimesHerald There are people who incline to the opinion that the St Louis nomina tlon would make n very appropriate wedding present Washington Post The protected manufacturers could afford to pity higher wages if they did not have to furnish so much fat for republican campaigns Chi cage Chronicle Mr Carlisle Is more interested in the platform which the democratic party should adopt than he is In the nomination it shall make and he would riot think of accepting the nomination unless the platform should be satisfactory By the way has anybody heard of a single republican candidate who is making any conditions on the itibjeot of platforms Louisville Courier journal rre Attendant 6erlceTh North Wat I eta Line A now departure has been Inaugurated at Hm cnicflpn passenger station of the North- Western Itno Chleao d NorthWcstorn Ily which will bo found a groat conven ience to tho traveling public A corps of uniformed attendants has been provided to render both Incoming und outgoing pas bcngcrs nil necessary attention directing them to carriages omnibuses and street cure currying hand baggage usbtlllit irsons In feeble health and making themselves useful In every way In their power Tho attendants wear bluo uniforms and bright red caps and tho service U entirely free Tho NorthWestern Line Is tho throughcar route between Chicago and Bt Paul Minneapolis DuluthAshInud Council Bluffs Omaha Sioux pity Denver Salt Lake San Francisco P Irtlnnd and many otlicr Important cities of the west and north west I snouts Itowsaid Uncle More tint doy will git ills hculi new pholOKntph trick so line b 1 weddcr melon IsrgtaIndiannltollsJour mini Time Is moro Catarrh In this section of tho country than all other diseases put to gethier nail until tlto lust fcwycarswassul posed to bo incurable For a great nanny years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by con stantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced i incurable Science hits proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Units Catarrh Cure manufactured by FJ Ulionoy t Co Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional euro on tho market It is taken internally doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on tho blood nail mucous surfaces of tho system They offer ono hundred dollars for any case it fulls to cure Send for circularsI and testiI monials Address F J CnrNcr d ololedo 0 Hold bv DnipcistR 75c Hulls Family Villa are tho best 111II IelphlntrsurprisetlI1oNew I I rc Iisos Cure for Cnm umptloa both in my family and pnutice lu U W IAT I Tunsos Inkster Mich Nv 5 IsU- lEvrv from tho Iwdys purity tine mind son receives a secret sympathetic aid Thom I 8 QueerNamesBlue 8 aro alt well known of tlrth bona anti mnclo and c IIcured by asaaaa a II For your potttlTclr state that tbli remedy does not contain mercury oranr other Injurious Natal Catarrh local disease and the nit and sad Cta cllmatlo chance Op nian4 cleanses the Natal IaMnce Allay Iotn odd leans the Srea 1nr lect the Jlrmbran once IrteeNlr mall KLTC UlIOTI KIt Warren 1ttlW York HO FOR Ilia Saving Your blood la Spring almost certain to bo full of Impurities tho accumulation of tho winter months Bad ventilation of alecplng rooms impure oilin dwelt fags factories aunt shops overeating heavy improper foods failure of the kidneys cud liver properly do extra work thus thrust upon them nro then prime causes of this condition It lace tho utmost importance that Now when warmer weather comes and tho tonic cltoet of cold bracing air gone your weak thin Impuro blood will not furulsu necessary strength That tired feeling loss of appetite will open tho way for serious disease ruined health breaking out of humors mad Impurities To muko pure rich rod blood Iloodit Saiaparllla stands unequalled Thousands testify iu merits Alibi take Uncle Spring Mcdicaic Get Hoods the Ono True Illowl Purifier AI Prepared only UyC IHo xl4CoLowcU Mass Pills Kirk Stitch relitA Jam e HaltJt1w Spots StJacobs Oil a1 1 f t highest Smallest g I i Quantity Quality Price I 1 The only brand of strictly grade tobacco ever sold for a t i price Not the large size of h I the piece alone that has made fir I Battle Axthe most popular P l brandon the market for 5 f QUALITY SIZE PR9 j Protection we drug Is a It re of colds f ELYS CREAM BALM lnnammattun I It RH CDLDrt HEAD I I nrtoreatheSenelnfTutoandmellThe ntatbruggitorbyU I CALIFORHIA 1 A A A QATAR la I I u J SpringMedicine Is to Your Bloodas is or to as it as bx- cataeHoods Sarsaparilla Is druggists tl Hoods fGreats PLUG cents EJ FraI y- ouPurify LATEST BEST 100fL to- 12ODO OPIUM I IIII IIhigh WELL DRILLING MACHINES I NORSE STEAM AND- GASOLINE a POWER ADDIIESS LOOMIS R NY MAN TIFFIN OHIO WE HAVcNOAGENTS Ibut nil olr ct to U eronum r at wholesale prices Ship nnr where for examinaUc n before tale Urerythoff warranted PX too styles of Carriages LcAoo sty lu of Harness 41 styles Riding Saddles rite for ELKtlART CARRIAN3- do ttARNISS nfO COT KLUJLAJKT 1XM JItlLeaaucaat4 + wwywsl H t L i Ai i XfJa T t TTc f op r Ij1i PALACE GATES Closed Behind Him When Christ Crime to tho Manger 12 Left Ille Father1 Mntulon For a Colon taffy lathe Through Deaths Valley Rev Dr T lruitgea levant Au aljrtlt of Homesickness Dr Talmages sermon Sunday shows another way in which the earthly ex perience of our Lord is set forth His text was II Sam xr17 And tho King went forth and tarried in a place which was far off Far up and far back in tho history ofIt Heaven there came n period when its most Illustrious citizen was about toi Absent Himself Ho was not going t sail from bench to beach we have often done that Ho was not going to putout from one hemisphere to another hemisphere many of us have don that nut lie was to sail from worldl to world tho space unexplored and tho immensities untmveled No work- has l over hailed Heaven andl Heaven has never hailed any other world I think that tho windows and tho balconies were throngedl and that the pearly beach was crowded with those who had conic to see Iii sail out of the harbor of light into tho ocean beyond Out anti out and out and on and on and on and down andl down and down Ho sped until ono night with only ono to greet life when Ho arrived Ills disembarkation so unpretending so quiet that it was not known on earth until tho excite ment in tho cloud gave intimation to tho Bethlehem rustics that something grand and glorious hail happened Who comes there From what port did Ho tail Why was this the placo of HisI destination I question the shepherds I question the camel drivers 1 ques tion the angels I have found out Ho was an exile nut the world had plenty of exiles Abraham was an exile from Haran John an exile tram Poland Mazlnl an exile from Roma Emmot an exile from Ireland Victor lingo an exile from France IConsuth an exile from Hungary But this Ono of whom I speak today had such re sounding farewell and came into such chilling reception for not oven a host ler went out with his lantern to light him Inthat lIe is more to be celebrated than any other expatriated ex tie of earths or Heaven First I remark that Christ was an imperial exile Ho got down off a throne Ho took off a tiara He clos ed a palace gate behind Him His family were princes anti prlnceses Vashtl was turned out of the throne room by Ahasucrus David was de throned by Absaloms infamy Tho five kings were hurled into a cavern by Joshuas courage Some of tho Henrys of England and some of tho Louises of France were jostled on their thrones by discontented subjects Hut Christ was never more honored or more popular or more loved than tho day He left Heaven Exiles have suffered severely but Christ turned Himself out from the throneroom into sheep pen and down from the top to tho bottom Ho was not pushed off lie was not manacled for foreign trans portation He was not put out because they no moro wanted Him in celestial domains but by choice departing and descending into an exile five times as long as that of Napoleon at St Helena and u thousand times worse the one exile sulfuring for that ho had destroyed nations tho other exile suffer ing because He canine to save the world An Imperial exile King eternal Blessing und honor and glory and power bo unto lieu that sitteth upon the throne nut I go further and tell you Ho was an exile on a barren Island This world is one of the smallest islands of light I t tho ocean of Immensity Other stsllar kingdoms are man thousand times larger than this Christ cnmo to tills small 1atmos of a world When exilon ore sent out they are generally sent to regions that are sandy or cold or hot some Dry Tortugas of disiigrcuuhlc ness Christ came as an oxllo to a world scorched with heat and bitten with cold to deserts shnoou swept to n howling wilderness It was tho backdoor yard seemingly of tho universe Yea Christ came to the poorest part of this barren island of a worldAsia Minor with Its intense summers unfit for tho rust deuce of a foreigner and in the rainy season unfit for tho residence of a nu tlve Christ came not to such n land as America or England or Franco or Germany but to n land onethird of the year drowned another third of the year burned up and only onethird of the year just tolerable Oh it was a barren Island of a world Barren enough for Christ for it gave such small worship and such inadequate af fection and such little gratitude Im perish exllo on tho barren island of a worldI further and toll you that Ho was an exile in a hostile country Turkey RussiaFranco ChristItthrough a pointofgovornmentCiUlulit army and every decision of its courts englesNorlnl1f question Was how best to 1BinThe i hatedIIhnJ dying C hiss Tho whole earth seemingly I turned Into a detective to watch His steps And yet He faced this ferocity infrontI I tiers 11frontt 1 worMsterocltJ loe1IiseyoIr Ills foaming antagonist when He ex pired When the cavalry officer rowled his steed so that ho might como nearer visagesiloItWhene and when tho hummer was lit ed for ills feet and when tho reed was raised to strike deeper down the thoe whole procedure When Ills hands wore fastened to the cross they wara wide open still with benediction Mind IIoD coollookupI 1and ho could look down Ho saw who the splices had been driven home 1n tho hard round Iron heads were In tho palms of Ills hoods Ho saw them us plainly as you ever saw anything In tho palms of your hinds No ether no tmo tholI dull or stupefy but wideawake he nnncos quivering with rage anti tho cancellation diabolic Out It wns the hostile as well as the barren Island of a worldI further and toll you that t1d exile was far from homo It is 15000 000 miles from hero to the sun anti all stronomnr agree in saying that our solar system Is only one of the smaller wheels of the great machinery of the universe turning around some great tatter the renter so far distant it 1 beyond nil imagination nod calcula lion nail if ns homo think that grent center in the distance is Heaven Christ eamo tar ironImnmo when Ho cause here Have you over thought of the homesickness of Christ Some of you know what homesickness IIs when you Imo been only a few weeks absent from tho domestic circle Christ was Zit years away from home Some of you teal homslckness when you urn a hundred or a thou IlIHlml1es away from thu domestic circle Christ was more million miles away from youlifef t lasso what itlit to bo homesick eveni amid pleasant Mirroundlngs but Christ slept in huts anti He was athirst and Ho was nhungered and He was on the way from being horn in another mans barn to being buried in another mans graveI read how tho Swiss when they urn far away from their native country at the sound of their national air get so homesick that they fall Into melancholy and sometimes they die nn der the beau+ xcluross Hut oht the homesickness of Christ Poverty homesick for celestial riches Persecution homesickness for hosanna Weariness homesick for rest Homesick for an gelic and nrchangclic companionship Homesick to gut out of the night and the storm mind thu worlds execration Homesickness will make a week seem as long as a month and it scorns to me that the three decades of Christs resl deuce on earth tout have seemed to Him almost interminable You have often tried to mcntutro time other pangs of Christ tint you have never tried to measure the magnitude curd ponderos ity of a Saviours homesickness 1 take a stop further mull will tell you that Christ was in nn exile which He knew would end in aMWusiimtlon Hoi matt Hunt thu mauler painter lmr ni picture in which he represents lesns Christ In the Navrarono carpenter chop Baumt mars time onus the drills of carpentry Thu picture represents ChrUt an rising front time carpenters working braeIi and wearily stretching out Mis arras atone Ii will after being in contracted or uncomfortable posture and time light ofr that picture Is so arranged that thui arms of Christ wearily stretched forth together with his body throw on the wall tho shadow of tho crow Oh my friends that shadow was on everything In Christs lifetime Shadow of a cruses oil tho Bethlehem swaddling clothes Shadow of a cross on the roadi over which tho throe fugitives lied into Egypt Shadow ota crouton Lnkotinl lice as Christ walled its mosaic floor of opal and emerald and crystal Shadow of a cross on the road to Emmnuj Shadow of n crosu on time brook Iced ron curd on the temple mind on tho side of Olivet Shadow of a cross on sun rise and sunset Constantino march ing with his army saw just once a cross in the sky but Christ saw time cross all the time On a rough journey wo cheer our selves with tho fact that It will end in warm hospitality but Christ know that Ills rough path would end at a do loUnged tree without ono leaf and with only two branches bearing fruit of such bitterness as no human lips had ever tasted Ohl what an exile start ing in an Infancy without any cradle and ending in assassination Thirst without any water Day without any sunlight Tho doom of a dosparado for more than nngollo excellence For what that expatriation and that exile Worldly good sometimes comes from worldly evil Tho accidental glance of a fcliarp Mode from a razorgrinders wheel put out tIlt eye of Garabctta and excited sympathies which gained him an education and started him oo a i j career that made tits namo moro ma jostle among Frenchmen than aUJ other namo In tho last SO years Hawthorne turned out of tho office o collector ut Salem went homo in despair Ills wife touched him on tho and said Now Is tho time to writ a your leekand his famous Scarlet Letter was the brilliant Worldly good sometimes comes fro worldly evil Then be not unbelieving when I tell you that from the greatest crime of all eternity oath of tho whole universe the murder of the Son of God there shall come results which shall ecllpso all tho grandeurs ol eternity past anti eternity to comet Christ an unite from Heaven opening the way for the deportation towardI Heaven anti to Heaven all those who wilt accept tho proffer Atonement n ship largo enough to take all tho pat scugers that will come aboard It For this royal exile I bespeak tini love and service of all tho exiles hero present and In one sense or the other that includes till of us Tho gates olII widelydtart exiles from other lauds Sonic ol you urn Scotchmen I see it in youti high cheek IXHICS and in the color thatt Illumines your loco whon I mention tho Lord of your nativity Bonnie Scotland Dear old kirk Somo olII your ancestors sleeping in Grey friars churchyardor by the deepi lochs filled out of tho pitchers of Heaven i or under the heather sometimes so1 deep of color it makes one Oiink of tho blood of the Covenantors who signets 1 their names for Christ dipping their pens into thu veins of their own arms oorytlbcrtion tho ounces of Robert Bruce and the Campbells and Couhrane I be speak for this royal exile of my tux ttho love and the service of all Scott exiles Some ofOU urn Hngllsh men Your ancestry served the Lord Have I not read of tho 3C the Hayinurket and have I nu i seen in Oxford tho very spot where Ridley and Latlmcr mounted thu rod chariot Some of your ancestors heard George Whitelleld thunder or hours Charles Wesley slug or heard John Bunyan tell his dream of the celestial city and the cathedrals under thu shad owaof which somuof you were horn had in their grandest organ roll time nameI of the Mossiali I speak for thu royal exile of my sermon thu love anti tho Kervlo j of all English exiles Yes some of you cnmu from thu Island of distress over which Hunger on a throne of hue nuts skeletons sat queen All efforts at amelioration halted by massacre Procession of families pro cession of martyrdoms marching from Northern channel to Cape Clear and from time Irish sea across to the At limtic An island not bounded as geographers tell us but as every philanthropist knows bounded on tho north anti the south and tIll east and the west by woo which no human pal flies eon alleviate and only Almighty list can assuage Lund of Goldsmiths rhythm and Sheridans wit anti OCou noils eloquence and Kdmuind Hurkoi statesmanship anti Ultriens Hiorl fice Another Iatmos with Its apocalypse of blood Yet you can not think of it today without having your eyes blinded with emotion for there your ancestors sleep m graves some of which they entered for tacit of broad For this royal exile of my sermon I hOe speak tho lure and live service of all I Irish exiles Yes some of you are from Germany the hind of Luther and sore of you are froth Italy time land of Garibaldi and MJIIIU of you are from Franco limo land of lolin Calvin ono of tho three mlghtloH of the glorious Reformation Soniu of you are doHcumlnnts of the Purl tans anti they wore exiles and ease of you ore descendant of the Ilugiu nuts and they were exile mid some of you are descendant + of the Holland refugees rand they woro exiles Some of you won born on tho bunk of the I Yuaoo or the Snvniinah foul you tire now living In this latitude KOIIIU of you j on the milk of tho Kunnebou or litII Itho foot of the Green mountains you are bore now Some of you on the I prairies of the Went or the tiibln htiftls j and you aro hero now Oil how many of us far away truss home All of UJI exiles Thin IK not our home Ohl I am so glad when thu royal exile j1 went bockl hu loft the gate ajar or loft iI it wldo open Going hunio That Is I tho dying exclamation of the majority of Christian I have scout many ChrUi tines tile I think nine out of ton of them In time last moments say GoinG homo I Going homo out of banishment smith slum and sorrow mind sadnowi Go Ing home to join in the hilarities of our parents and our dour children who have already departed Going homo to Christ Going home to God Go log homo to stay Whore are your loved ones that died In Christ You pity them Ahl They ought to pity you Yon aro an exile far from homo They are homo Oh what a time it will be for you when the gatekeeper of Heaven shall say Take off that rough sandal tho journeys ended Put down that saber tho battles won lnt off that iron coat of mall and put on tho robe of conqueror PBOF WHIIAU HBXRT OIIFEV of Princeton theological seminary1 cele brates his jubilee this spring on ho started In to teach just 50 years ago when ho was but 21 years old He became a professor of theology when ha was X0 years old and has boon hard at work ever since a WOMEN AND BEAUTY A Privilege Not is Do Dented to tlte exfTho intimate association of womn Ina 1 unto that may be denied for a spa 3 hut con never be annihilated So far onlm brought her to a condition of spurioul- growth nod Inntaatlo activity tvhlc- htta t l in It neither tho seed of the oldI pence nor of tho new perfection 1 has made of womanhood a timing of shreds anti patchesshrnds of misdi meted energy and patches of misbegotten passion i Nor can she ever hope to become n whole and completed plo turo with Un reasonable soul nod humor flesh subsisting without tho sense of proportion which Is the first element of beauty She tins striven for liberty and already the keys of tho gate of Ufa are in her hand but IIflfoho lacks tho witt to make freedom talc what will it avail her in the lmllS yet she hums not ovum knowledge enough to recognize tsar own IncninpltcnoHS her unfitnews for work and love alike Labor that IB neither continuous or cooperative benefits none but the isolated Individual anti thu world could go on quite as well per hups butter without it Neither Is tha- I modern woman a greater expert at love At present she Is opt to take it as she has her shoes mended while you wait and when she discovers whatn formless colorless thing is this casual Cupid she jeers nt the sentiment of which it In hut the shadows shade For love can never bo lovely unless the desire u beauty dwells in the soul of tho woman who loves And only through time do velopment of this desire will tho re demptlon ofSvoman be wrought out tt sighhy doctrine fashioned of the stuff that dreams are made of But n brief study shotsi1 incompatible with the conditions of- practical life The service of beauty Is oat an activity but nn attitude a heart and mind which being a sub jet he Influence touches time person stilly of n woman rather than her dyed or words Once in tho possession of this Sixth tUMlHOthiHOXqUlHtOOOIlHCloUHIIOS8 + i utnyheconmeI j thu soul Saturday Review THE GROWING CHILD Iruvo M In taken TIt May Inn Made tijr Mother A mother Is too apt to take for grouted time confidence of hOI growing son mid daughter She has led then through childhood Into young manhoodt and womanhood She unraveled nil their childish joys and sorrows As children they conceal nothing Sho ns usumimstlthowtthumlcingthattitixstaiif She is sure she knows all about her children whereas the feet may be that she knows nothing at till They out grew her lung ago When this difference began time young boy or girl could scarcely Hay Some times it in sudden HomotlmoH grmlmi It isI certain that with adolescence a new life comes to melt Individual mid Unit thu mother who would retain time trust sad aid in forming tho character of the budding man or woman must iiinke a special effort to do BO mnmIrrIlforfeited friendship of their sons and daughters Sums women persist In renting their children ns children lung otter they mire grown men and women nml require the implicit obedience mind blind belief of n child from nn ml ill t of rcHPon mind experience Other women make nn equally unfortunate error in metnphorlenlly washing their hands of flit child they hun reared no soon as trios to net upon its own judgment litI Imve nothing moro to do with your net bus Now tin as you please That Is their position Out attitude repreMies confidence the other rejects It Both nro nntngo nhttic to natural low Children must be come turn mind women mid we have no right to be angry at or to repel time Idea t hat It is no Imtwircly we may value the friendship and trust and love of these men and women its highly nn we valued the childs faith anti loving iv perI studies tho needs of this formative period nnd ndnpU herself to time new phase and who begins by now methods to retain the childs trust whim gaining the mans confidence Hnrpcrs Ilaar Pretty Hrrwnii Screens with Iranian of enameled wood pink Line hull or pale green are charming in bedrooms where they and the coverings cot respond In dainti puss and coloring with the rest of time room Pretty candleshades may be made by covering the fmines with guy colored silk and over it laying a cover Jug of quite open creamwhite lace Guipure lace is often used Small silk flowers such as poppies rages and vlo Juts arc often met to cover such shades N Y1ost- how Illcjrcllnjr Hurt llurirnliorlnff Tim use of bicycles has had n lira effect in Milwaukee on the horseshoe Ing trade Thciruno has brought about u surplus of journeymen and It was agreed by the International Worse daanllltoyears llominaa l- co JIr- r n 4j u H1 e ERSONALAND1IMPERSOMr jj J mes U Iilalno has l1ra remainsof her Into husband tram Washington to AugusUt where she Is negotiating 3tor a site for a private cemetery on a lofty liin overlooking tho Kcnnubco river Prof J W Hoffman of Tuskcge Institute tho only distinguished negro scientific agriculturist of America thas been elected a member ol the Man sachusetts Horticultural society In vcognlUon of the work hale doing for tho race along scientific lines Time duchess of Abcrcoru holds a record Pour greatgrandchildren were born to her in ono tiny recently One of her granddaughters had u son another n daughter oath n third twlna She was heart to remark that great oaks from HtUo Abcrcorns grow The prince of Naples mm of the ling of Itowho has quarreled with his father according to foreign papers looks upon Emperor William ot Ger ninny ns the one tuna to be Imitated Ho Is n thorough scholar and often surprises scientists with his knowl1 edge He is not popular among women Dr Carl Peters the African axe plorer who has just deserted the Gcr noun government Is described as A little knockkneed man with n gold plnccncz and a lisp lie halls from n village on tho Lower Elbe where lila other was n country pastor He pro tends to be n rabid Auglophobo In all political questions but hr Is fond oft aping the Kngllsh In nil their ways nod especially In dress Li Hung Chung IIs making arrange mania to Impress the western world with his wealth smith power Ho will travel wIth a suite nod In a style that will testify to time grandeur of oriental luxury LI Hung Chung Is nn auitoml ous and simple mint in his tastes but ho long nga learned the value of innS nlficcnco for impressing tho crowd The late Mrs 12 Marvin who re anfcx Hayes When the civil war broke out she was living with u fatally of south enisympathlzerstnllllnois Rutherford It Hayes ns Is well mown was a strong union met and became a sue armyInot forgive tale ing the side of the government and they taro hover reconciled AGE TOO FAST FOR HORSES Hornr Yield to Norvou Irontrntlou amid Nolulglu Max Nordau would probably consid er it nn alarming ItiKtanco of degenera tion but it Is none time less n taut that oat In n pretty pastoral region of row Jersey several women have lately en dured time anguish of nervous prostra tion curd revived only to fluid their dis tressing ailment hail attacked both car riage and turn horses The symptoms of nervous collapse arm IIH easily recognized and work pretty much time mime way on equine 110 on feminine systems Low of appetite languor despond cney of the deepest dye varied with tin naturally high spirit were first noticed by one woman in a favorite carriage hackney Shu Immediately drove tho animal down to time village veterinary and nearly fainted away when tint scion lint pronounced the trouble ns an ng gravated CAHU of nervous prostration fit only for thu rest cure Sluice thrum tho veterinary tins been culled upon to proscribe for numbers of slmlliir cases in time HIIIIIO town and by tray of treatment oven time harness and halter Is considered too great a weight fur the suffering iinlmul to bear A long vocation imam time shafts in allowed n stimulating tonlu given and 4 along with careful feeding and one hhort walk n day taken slowly this horse and his fellowpatients In time neighboring stables and paddocks are gradually recuperating One little mart however was found In such u state of nervous exhaustion that no treatment would serve to pull up her strengths so time veterinary who Is n specialist in nerves decided sure was suffering front nostalgia JIm diagnosis proved correct for on return Ing to her native farm tho creature re gained flesh and spirits Meanwhile the owners of these In valid and homesick cobs and ponies mire wheeling about town to their marketing and calling nml wondering how anybody can doubt tho existence of neurasthenia as a dangerous and contagious disease or stand tho stress of modern life now that It is proving too much for even tho flndcslccl homes Boston Globe Could Stand One More A senators wife who Iis nn accom pllshed musician gave n dinner party recently Among the guests was a ccr tain member of the Kentucky delega thou In congress While awaiting nn nouncement of dinner at the urgent request of some of time guests the hostess IJtnoclln ftaifff Sho hind just flnlshe- n IluYlotttilun by fTlinntA which ten greeted with u burst of npplmiK ni Xi3 8he arose train the piano In Uio silctjcfvjiloh followed the uwewfe transMh r hunbiaa tttrltl ttl tjiir jrcntJemnHfri ljmtrllnvIruins aate tlhlY l In Uke a0nota IH I5m dI l Welii4otlft txxi 1I i l i- tM lientudq attttotr i quickly t 11mud tw IYMfill but JT reckon X eat ti 4 SfTrttma r FIirJ= s 1 LJ O V r f1f L T y t 1 r d L 1 7f i G 4 JI J 1 Constipation I Biliousness iIIj Cause Sickheadache Pains fn the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion i There is only one cure which is I I i 1 One Pink Pill touches the liver and c removes the bile i ORe Tonic Pellet nightly acts as t l gentle laxative in keeping the bowels open restores the digestive organs tones up the nervous system and makes new rich blood Complete treatment two medicines one price 250 Treatise and saaplc free at any store r imoWN Ira CO New York IWI THIS WATCH isgunrnntord snim ns our MOO1 O VATCHESt- o run well and kop good tiino t THE PRICE IS 250 This wntch is exact size as rop roaontod of American manufac mturo solid niekol silvor case stout wind atom sot quick train duplox esoapomont FTMH in your orders or call and soo us when YOU come to Luxmgton Fred J HeintzI Manufacturing Jeweler Near Govaramont Building Lexington Itl iDINGFELDEK WITH I III J rot oDiQsoQNorton GO Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 Gag nut C ll rWost Main Street LOUISVILLE KY Ii11LIAUPIN I r REED PEEBLES Co r WUOIJ5SALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS LttCL Q PORTSMOUTH OHIO IiYY T COLVIN WITH I I TRIMBLE BROTHERS eagrocers- MT STERLING KY IWORMS1j I j J VERMIFUCEp FOR 20 YEAR Heft led all WORM Remedl- eenur lITTLE UARAMTEE- IML aY ALL VaetZRTL- II a aIINtI lH tsw ni Let LHM r f ii11 tar is adtaa IJ irJ =a 0slV ifii f i LATK TAT Z Jrew Oil welts arestillbeing sunk throughout the eastern part of the aUo Tho case of Alonzo Walling for the murder of Pearl Bryan will begin on May 26 Eli Bowlingthotand killed hit brother Howell Howling In Clay county The were both drunk- Thirtyseven prisoners are confined IIn the Lexington workhouse eleven of whom nre females Judge Decknor will deliver the grndun ting address at Caldwell high school lllchmond June 4 The fiscal court of Bath county fixe the total levy on realty and porsomi property at 110 on each ono luindrc dollarsHill Brown and Owsley Evans confessed burglars attempted to break jai at Stanford last week They were put in IronsiJerry Linvillo and wife living nenrI Bethel Bath county left for parts un known Inst week deserting their three small children Miss Massio Todd was killed by nil electric car while bicycling in Lcxingtoi the other day this is tho first wlieelinj fatality that has occurred in that city Lexington contractors have boor awarded the contract for the main build lag of the Sue Dennett Memorial school ut London The contract price id12000 Fire in the Eddyvillo branch peahen teary destroyed tho various workshops within the wnlls nUll rendered H50 cui viuts idle The loss id iMlinmcti at 100OOU No insurance Tho record outdo by a lady in May field Ky in giving birth to five babies liar boon benton by u German lady living in Indiana Mrs Fritz Iluii lilt whu gave birth to six infant four boys and two girls The jury in the Scott Jackson case at Newport tatter being out two hours brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed the punishment at dentil Motion for n now trial was mudu and will bo argued on May i8 Some of tho horses in Scott county an sntloring from a sevoru cough and sure throat A groat deal of pain is inunifos tell in swallowing laid the animal eems- to HuHur fur water rather than try ti swallow it Guy Bradley has granted one hundred and twentyseven parlous remissions etc front December 10 ISOrt to May 1 ISM The protection ol life liberty sad property poem to have been forgotten bv the governor Tau shirt of appeal + though deciding AO por cunt more caves than ever befortv ii further behind in its work than it was n your ago It tins on hand over HOC cases rill of which have lung been ready for final notion oM1 Carey aged twentysix years dropped lend at Mwrohend ThursdHj night lie was tho sun of Judge Jainci Carey ex county judge of Rowan county and stood 8 feet in height sod lipped1 thc beam at 200 pounds John L Wallace a farmer of Tripf county nand his three sons aged 20 land 0 wero killed by lightning 12 mills south af Cadiz Their bodies were fount under a tree by Mrs Wallace who went out to hunt fur them Friday night unknown parties broke Into tho Danville freight depot got iiI car key and entered freight onrtnndni near tho depot They opened sovora boxes of merchandise toad stoln con slderablo quantity of dry goods and no lionsMr James A Thomas of Hartford has an old sow that perhaps has been ol more service to him and brought more money nUll moat than any ten hogs in tho county says the Republican She is sixteen years old this spring and has raised something near 250 pigs the esti mated value of which would ho about 1000 She is of tho ChesterBerkshire stock and in good fix now and looks as if she might live to bo twice as old Tho army worm has made its appear once in Russell county in great numbers So far its ravages are confined to mead our On tho farm of Judgo Crisp near Orcolsburg they have attacked a forty nero meadow and left nothing but the bare ground Where they cross a road to reach tho meadow tho hogs of tho neighborhood congregate to feed upon them Judge Crisp says ho turned soy jntyflvo hogs in tho meadow and they ire doing good work as exterminators A NicholssTillo man has fitted up a nininturo chamber of horrors Tbo Journal says James W Gordon has arranged a unique Poison Show Win lox at Hutcbtoaa drug store Little piles of various deadly drugs arcjplace Ina Bcmicircle around a human skull In tho center of the semicircle are tho words Everything in this window iIst poison Besides the drugs tho otbe poisons pre A cigarettco held between the jaws ef tho skull a deck of earth some dice n quart of whisky and aquar wine Tho cigarette seems to be voted tho most deadly by the passersby A boy while making the trip on horse back from n point in Eastern Kentucky to n West Virginia town claims to havi found a den of panthers in tho lama talus on the Kentucky side He says be was not scared but had presence of mini enough to hide and watch the movclltcns of the ferocious animals He claim there were four cubs nnd tho mother panther He has seen n stuffed panther i and is sure ho could not bo mistaken The beasts went into n cave in the moun Lain side while tho boy made haste toI nnllltbeI crowd of men on Elkhorn and they will go on n hunt for the panthers If caught the animals will be sold to a circus An effort will be made to trap them Hows Tills Wo offer One Hundred Dollars reward for nay ease of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tho lust 15 yours and bIMove 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York and revolved against the Lily Whiten demanding full representation at the St Louis con vention Charity Commissioner TJMcNichoN of Chicago hits tiled suit for JOOOC against JudgeJ John B Payne for charg ing that McNlchols had accepted brio in n murder case Secretary Edward F McSwcpnoy offr thu government immigration commu nion is at Indianapolis to consult with Samuel Gompers and other limber load ers on the immigration question Tho West Virginia Kepublican con vention at Clarksburg indorsed McKin Icy sound money and protection do nounccd government bond issues andi expressed sympathy for the Cubans The Rev Rhode living twelve miles east of Timpson Texas while piuwin- ill his field unearthed 30000 Mexican dollars It scouts that the money hadI boon buried in n loather satchel which was utmost rotten At Knoxville Tenn 16 year old Neb bio Williams attended u revival 8111 went into n three days trance On recovering she said situ had seen heaven and hell Lots of people often see the 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