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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmm I o Ji 0 Q fl- f f JIor j 0i- C 1 WE HAZEL GREE HERAhDt A SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor e1 Of a N ljr World With News From All Nations XatrnVrtnc nt Ills flack +s tt00 A YEAR Always In Advunt I TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 1890 NUMBER IIJAN OPEN LETTER From ExGovoraor Fishback of Arkaam to President Clevelai theLDear SirYour evident determination- to force upon the Democratic party the alternative of adoption of your financial Mhemes I use the word advisedlyl or a organizationUlaes UpOI1 Olry in the United tmut speak log out in indignant protest 1 feel it especially incumbent upon myself since having been invited by the NAtlonnl Democrntle comnmltteo to rnn V ess imiiuimji New Turk ill your behalf during the presidential eu1puign and having regret toHaycheerfully com plied with their request under tho belief that you were an honorable man who would carry out the pledges of the party 10 the people 1 am not willing by my silence to become a parllceps criminis to the inexcusable deception through which you attained a second term in the presi dency There is abroad iti tho land Mr Clove land a not unfounded suspicion that you are not aware of tho existence ex cept upon tho map of any other portion of the great country over which you pro aide than New York and the states east of tho Alleghenies and north of tho Po tome C If you were aware of the existence of this great outlying empire including tho rest of our union it would be difficult to decido whether you were recklessly ig norant or criminally reckless of its inter eats The founders of ourgovcrnmcnt wisely ordained that a national census should be taken every ten years For what purpos do you suppose Mr Cleveland 1 Vas it for mere fun Was it not that every intelligent voter and especially every government official might learn what effect upon national prosperity national politics wero producing 1 Our constitution makes it by tion one of tho most important duties of the chief executive to study these census reports and to make such recommenda tions to tho congress as his information derived from this and other sources may suggest It you have studied these reports and have seen how startlingly the prediction of Mr Carlisle has been verified HO far as tho west mud south are concerned as well as certain classes of other sections when he said Fell 21 1878 liTho conspiracy which seems to have been formed here and in Europe to de troy by legislation wind otherwise from three sevenths to ono bnlf of the metallic money of the world iis tho most gigantic crime of this or any other ago The consummation of such a scheme would ulti mately entail moro misery upon the hu man race than all the wars pestilence and famines that ever occurred in the history of the world Then your reckless disregard of the rights and interests of upwards of ten elevenths of our union is a crimea crime against humanity and treason to your country lam unwilling to believe that you area jlminnlhut shall assume that you must jbb ignorant of the disclosures of the cen sus reports 1 mind havo therefore imposed upon thyself time task of calling your at tention to a few statistical facts which pntrlotltI such also assume that you aro suffi ciently informed to know that it is an axiomatic truth of political economy wenlthbutmeasure of the prosperity of n people For an illustration a few corrupt got ernment officials together with a syndicate of moneylenders might accumulate several millions of wealth by issuing national bonds of n country and mort aging without their consent tho entire prosperity of tho people to secure their payment but this corrupt accumulation of wealth would bo scarcely regarded as peoplo reverseCongestion politici nnlmnlbodPlace in this country let tho following wets from the census reports abundantly attest That you may appreciate tho full force of these startling statistical disclosures let me resort to comparison and contrast of periods 1 select the last decade before the civil oconomictondltionsnormal and our government had not yet entered into corrupt alliances with the thelasttWo war ti plicatnsmiddletaus1 + cohmblnedand thinkatiti1twr tanymUes of railroad as JMJk Tea years afterwards ia d n 1860lithe south had 3S7 miles more theyIn tho New England and middle states combined had 260000000 more Clrsafterwllrdthc1During England and middle states combined increased their wealth 2460000000 while time south increased theirs 34SOOOU000 or upward of 1000000000 more than all the New England and the middle states combinedIn although the south had less- thani one fourth of tho population of the union and less than onethird including slues and though the white mon of the south did little or no work while theI negro did only so much as ho was lOm- 1llIld to do and although the south had over hurlas much Invested in farms as the balance of the union yet she produced 377000000 more of agri cultural products than all the rest of tho United States combined Is it possible Mr Cleveland to sup pose from these facts that left to inher ent wealthcreating capacity any part of the New England or the middle states could ever successfully compete with tho south and particularly since her labor became free Yet mark the overwhelming reversal after utir laws began to create wealth for a favored fe- In the lust decade from 1880 to 1800 Massachusetts one of these same New England states grew in wealth in these ten years 11000000 more than Nebras ka Iowa Illinois Indiana North Caro lina South Carolina Georgia Alabama Mississippi and Louisiana all combined These are ten among the most fertile states of our union and are sixtyone tins as largo and have nine times as ninny and just as industrious people as MassachusettsAsk to yourself Mr Cleve land why this wonderful contrast of the periodsPennsylvania one of the most barren of these same middle states which the south was so surpassing during the first decade in tho last decade from 18SO to 18HO grew in wealth 13000000 more than Kansas Nebraska Iowa Illinois Indiana Kentucky North Carolina South Carolina Georgia Florida Ala bama Mississippi and Louisiana all com bined These sixteen states are nearly fifteen times as large and have more than fifteen limes as many people as Pennsyl vania Why this remarkable change New York another one of these same middle states grew in wealth during the lust decade 7000000 more than Kansas Nebraska Iowa Illinois Indiana Ken tucky Tennessee West Virginia Virginia North Carolina South Curollnn- Florida Ocorgin Alabama Dlississippl- and Louisiana all combined These six teen states mare nearly sixteen times as largo and have more than four times as many people as New York Why ibis reversal1 diode Island another one of these same New England states is perhaps the must barren patch of the continent hill not as large as the two smallest coun ties of Arkansas It has less than one third as many people as Arkansas yet this little patch of sand and stone and salt water grew in wealth during the last decade 41000000 moro than tho four great states of Illinois Indiana South Carolina mill Mississippi all combined These four states are ono hundred and thirtysix times as largo and have twenty one times as many penplo as Rhod- eIslandjust as earnest lust t honest lust as industrious people all toiling just aa eagerly to make wealth Mr Cleveland will you pause long enough from pushing your schemes to inquire why this astounding change in time two decades I had indulged with many others the belief that the New England tariff was the chief factor in this congestion of our national wealth but recently publlshcIII- ItUtillticlI gathered since the passage of the Wilson bill forbid this conclusion For they show n still moro startling condition of the disease In ono single year from 1893 to 1894 the state of Massachusetts grow in wealth upward of v24000000 r Penasylvnnin grew upward of 40000000 New York- Ircw upwInd of 235000110threet- imes as much as all the distinctively manufacturing states combined while the entire south and west sufferedf an ag gregate loss of more than 400000000 in this ono single year These arc not predictions Mr Cleve lend nor yet theories but stubborn facts i Nor is time story nil told yet Mr Cleve land These same telltale census reports disclose whfini these enormous low filling into wlwoos nre as well as hands this enormous increase of No 98 shows that notwithstanding the immense increase in the wealth of Massachusetts 82 per cent upward of four fifths of all the families residing in Bos ton have no homes but live In rented houses while a largo percentage of those who Bowlsally tna their homes are d t apprcclatlnrIIin the wraith of Pennsylvania 77 per cent or moro than three fourths of the families residing in Philadelphia have no homes while a large part of those who have homes are struggling against constantly appreciating mortgages Notwithstanding the iucreus in the wealth of Rhode Island 79 per cent nearly fourfifths of the families of Providence have no homes Nntwithstandin theehormnnrincrease in the wealth of New York 94 per cent more than nhie tenths of the families who reside in New York City hue no homes while a large part of the G per cent who nominally own their homes mire despondently battling against constantly mortgageThiN another sig nificant fact thai a larger percentage of foreign born citizens of the United States own their homes than of natives This lavingbeenwhere government by experts hedged righthasl pared for tho condition which we in this country are jutt inaugurating Who are the people who have no homes Aro they time bankers or pro tected manufacturers or other financial experts Hut these census reports do not stop even here in their disclosures They show that right alongside tho facUrymade home markets in Massachu setts nearly llf 00 farina have been aban doned upward of 700 of which had house upon them In Pennsylvania in Now York in all New England agricul ture is in unprecedented distress and farms art being abandoned I am aware that men of your class who are far more eager to find excuses than remedies for existing conditions glibly tell us that the fertile fields of tho west have rendered the farms of New unprofitablobythese same census reports brand this us falseTake for illustration Illinois Before purudlleAlmothe valley of time Nile and it is in n high state of cultivation giving indisputable energyEveryrailroad Its cities have grown in wealth during time past decade about 500000 000 Yet the aggregate wealth of Illinois during this decade has decreased 59000 000 and during the single year from 1893 to 1814 it decreased upwards of 24000000 Upon whom hiss this loss fallen Mr Cleveland T Certainly nol upon her cities theyhnvoalone 297000000 during the past decnIo while 11 per cent of the families who reside in Chicago have no homes i NcwIImake their living by time sweat vf their faces the farmer and the laborer In no part of tho world it agriculture prospering except ill silver using cumin tries These are prospering phenomenally and at the expense of the farmers of gold tmsing countries These are not theories Mr Cleveland still less are they prediction but stern unrelenting facts stupendous facts that might well startle into remorseful relive tion a fiddling Nero if not n reckless bond issiming president I Mr Cleveland while you and your al lies are PO prolific of predictions if there is n single argument in favor of the gold predictions which has over yet been fulfilled it lies escaped my attention has it ever occur rod to you to cast your prophetic vision far enough in the future to predict what time result will be if this state of things continuo until Japan and other silver using countries snail havo supplanted both our farmer and manufacturers in tho markets of the world as thoy have begunNot T prophecy of n Slier roan or Carlisle way ever as well founded as the prediction that in this event our masses who labor whether in factory or on farm will become w impoverished that our public cchooU our colleges and our churches will bo decimated from sheer poverty and consequent inability to attend Arc not free institutions nay even civilization itself at stake Your excuse Mr Cleveland for you and your class aro as prolific of excuses as your are of predictions for laying upon the property of tho people these heavy mortgages in tho shape of ponds instead of restoring silver to its corruptly lost monetary functions is I know that Wall street insists upon raiding tho treasury Hut your excuse has by your self been proven a sham For durinr your first administration when you still indulged hopes of future preferment and therefore felt a sense of responsihttity to the people whose favor yn courted your secretary of the treasury very sue stoppedthisobey the law and pay out silver instead of gold to these raiders of New York and London It could be done in ten minutes again But now that you no longer hope for future ofilco and have possibly If not probably become n part owner In these same mortgages withwhlch whoitavo upon your party to whom you are BO much indebted and threaten to break ItI up as in Kentucky and Nebraska unless the people tamely submit to your unhal lowed schemes May I not Mr Cleveland suggest that you pause and ponder results lent your name together with that of John Sherman and of that other Sherman who resigned a federal judgeship to escape impeachment for corruption in office 11111 go down in one common grave of infamy Y It is a favorite part of the schemes of yourself and allies to avoid n discussion unuumgintelligentrience but boldly to predict nil sorts of calamities time better to hide the calami ties that already exist and to denounce those who aro guided in their reasoning by the experience of time post ns cranks knaves1 etc With a lofty supercilious illllllldnco your schemes In the face of all experi ence in the taco of time most cherished doctrines of Democratic institutions calmly tell time people that they are unfit to discuss their finances butt should leave all expertsIt me Mr Cleveland to suppose you have not read history Assuming that you hnvcwillyou point out n single despotism that over reared itself upon the necks of an en slaved people which had nut for its foundatiflirstonc this very sumo doctrine that governmental affairs should be left to experts And Is there anything in nil history to lend ems that the characteristics t f tho breed mire not the same everywhere whether in Europe the Orient or in the United States True they arIcalled in monarchical countries king clergy and nobility while here they are called financiers True too you have not yet reached the stage which at taches to our experts tho divine right but if this countty could be cursed with another four years of your admin istration the rapidity withwhich your evolution has already progressed justifies the belief that you would reach even this culmination Fortunately for time American people we have already had ample proof that our experts aro trite to the instincts of time breed Lot me cite a few IThere wits not long since published in Chicago time following certificate of the auditor of tho state ofIllinois III hell iore niiilitor ofjmWIo accounts of the state of IIUiioU do hereby certify thnt tho atitteuiunt of property assessed In Cook enmity fur the year 180 1 Sled in thin ollice in pursuance of law liovs mnoiij other personal property utsaessed In sniil Cook county for Iho year A 1804 the following vix Agricultural tools iniplc inputs smut niuchinury 81302 money of bunker brokers etc 15923 credit of banks Imnkers brokers etc 10000 The ttbore Item show all time property ascsuil under the liumlinis herein set forth I Witness my hand and nllieinlseal 1UVII tiOKK Auditor of Public AecounU Will you not admit Mr Cleveland that these Chicago export Kayeshown tho expert Hhrowdncss natural to their class in their forcing the farmers of Cook county to pay not only their own share of taxes but about nineteen twentieths of that of these experts 1 And docs it not make you blush Mr Cleveland to learn that those experts upon whoso testimony you would have tho people to so implicitly rely have Mild presumablyl under oath too tint in all the hundreds of banks and other financial Institutions of the groat city of Chicago with its two millions of people and hundreds of millions of wealth there moneyYouupon the old Latin adngo IIOCUB uoscl tur2Iaast 1011tlolllnnvisited on business large legal firm on Wall street New York One of tho firm mill ho would paw as an export of the first water twitted tho Englishman upon Irma country having nn income tux while our supreme court had just do cided tint our country could nut have one Tho Englishman replied1es payitsthem Alluding to the thrill taxes rui well as the supremo court decislonThe lawyer quickly retorted They ought to pay them They have their children educated by the wealth of the country they have high wages paid them by tho wealth etc It would open up on interesting pay chological inquiry to ascertain whether this particular expert has not already reached the stage whca be is ready to assert the t divine right of lawcreated poor3Wkeayea rjj S i f r w i Biliousnesslatioa anti permits food to ferment and putrlfy la tho stomach Then follow dlzzlae- aakeadreleHoods nnl1IIPills Iraise tho liver euro headache dullness cons K11tsT1iotime property of tho people n 100000000 mortgage lust winter acting upon your advice to tho people you called into YOUOelmnnt Rothschdlds k Messrs Co to advise you You accepted this ndvico we are bound in the absence of proof to the contrary to admit honestly even if- ere arc forced to 110110 at time expense of your sanity and they pocketed about 11000006 of the peoples money na the price of their expert advice tWhclI about to put upon tho peo plo mother mortgage a few weeks since you called to your councils one of these same exports Mr J Plerpont Morgan and the newspapers of New York say ho has on file in your office two letters ono advising you to sell bonds at 104 and mother offering himself to buy these smite bonds in competition at about 7000000 moro than no advised you to take 6Itus under tho advice offlex perls that our government issued her first bonds sold them to time llamoIIOX ports for greenbacks depreciated to 40 cents on the dollar and afterwards In stoodof pnlng them in time same ftlnd of currency with which they were bought they were outdo by expert advised law payable in coin in violation of their con tract with the taxpayers and at their ex lIexportlunderell 000 and when tho people complain they lire denounced as the thieve and tho dishonest knaves who vould rob their creditors61Not satisfied with too amount of plunder these same experts procured time establishment of time national bunk- Ing system under which ono of these exports with 40000 in gold could purchase 100000 worth of nornls re ceive l6 per cent interest in gold on thoU und have donated to him 10000 of cur rency by the government to bo loaned out on his own private account thus in byhonestlegislation7Itsame experts and by memos of tho mine kind of corrupt law that thy utter wards again doubled their wealth by cur tailing time supply of metallic money by onehalf in 1871 thus increasing their legislationfrumpS Experts who are HO fruitful of excuses calmly tell tho people that thin existing condition of low prices und ap preciating money and debts are tho ro overproductionOf admit that ex ports really believe this for they am accustomed to believe anything however fnUe or foolUh which is to thicr interests to believe lilt the census reports brand this another falsehood In the slalo of Illinois imbue tho far 1 mers and laborers have Hufturcd a loss during the last decado of mi amount equal to tho growth of her cities plus yearfrulllloss of 8J000000 Need I tell you that this means that they are unnblo to purchase or consume goods by this large amount in one nglo state If you curtail demand you mess sarily curtail supply for nobody will produce if they can not Bell If you curtail supply you necessarily curtail labor and machinery engaged in making this supply So your Coxo of factoriestramps mind your smokeless drum logical necessary inevitable results of tho expert legislation of the past 26 years nobiltyinpeople more ruthlessly however much snore extensively under the guito of law than our own exports to whoso tender care you so considerately commend the American people t Mr Cleveland you and your expertu associates limber under the mitake that you cnn fool the people all tho tuna Your mistake would bo ludicrous It wero not pregnant with such evil por tentn portent I forbear to discuss be contemplateHut word of admonition You and tho Bolder of thtto stolen millions none tho loss stolen because wrung from a patient people under the forms of law would do well not tor= forget that lesson of history WlKiM fretleadeejeet ollee W Ii ii Ft 8tUh Ark bard IJrrr 1c i Tex HjcR nii oaly 1s i a + 4 oaIi cI1 fL Sl ka tt 0 o r e V J rw u T r c y 0 y q k ifhr h fl A J f T ci rJ PfII LI fJ 1 1i r BICYCLE 1 RIDE MR Lt1 i s 1t 1 intended to break the record us tIt slang phrase gocft no very difeu Platter I reflected so far as u Canadian winter record on the blcvele was con cerned To dc so howmcr required Judgment 1 knew I hud the hung rb1t Into tho forest before me and 1 must + reserve fly strength for that I went 1 teudiftj I l ft M r 0 1 hna crossed the level nt last and I knew I had done well The light w 0bright onough to see the time but r decided to waif till I entered the forest II wns ro longer quite so easy to keep the bicycle up to speed There was 1 more effort in the pressure on the t pedals n little more sensation in the muscles of the legs as 1 did so Ilooked round Yes Iliad already made a rise of a good many feet The slope was tt grentimy I glanced from side to side for I Was conscious of the oppressive sol itude of the forest but my pace wan c not retarded for a moment One of the sleighing party had been talking of wolves The winter it seemed had been an early one and it certainly had been severe The wolves ho had said hud been showing in packs not 30 miles to the north There was not a sound out tits low crisp crunch of thu snov i under the whcela of my machine and men that seemed hushed mind distant Yet what was that Was it fancy orI i pierulneij right hand Surely there wan some timingif it was only the wail of a dis tent gust of wind moaning through fir frozen pines I bunt over the bicycle t t tunitconcentrated my energies upon foe ing the long ascent Titers it was ngainl It was no wail of the northern ladno swaying of the frozen forest 1 It was tho cry of a living thing It was natures savage complaint against the pangs of hunger On and on we blew There was not a Litvulh of wmid to stir the lightest snow flake on the tenderest spray yet my hair was blown back from my brow I where grunt drops of perspiration now gathered and began to trick down ns face On and Qnl without a tlunpti I but that of pressing forward without cops but that of reaching the descen- of iI the slope and the edge of the orelt1t I And as 1 went 1 knew that 1 was fol1I lowed From the dim arcades on my right oamc from tine to time a short i gaaping howl cut short in the nwmet of utterance by the exertions of tIll chase They had seen me sad now they were in full cry It was u race f bare life I leant forward and threw ccry energy IIpoweied into till one ef f to Area s on The trees nltteil jmst me like ghosts The long Iimiilz boughs nearly brushed my face as I swept post Tho cold air blew In my face and carried even the henry fur of my coat behind me as I rushed through I the night And yet my pursuers dl not lose ground On the contrary they were gaining Not quickly not with n rush but slowly foot lIy foot with a certainty that was deadly with u inn notony that was ghastly leyond expres sloe 1 cknchcd my teeth with fieri determination 1 kept my eyes fixed of the line of light that stretched on undI on in front as if it would never end The strain wns telling on me now There was a wild buzzing in my head p am34 V nle 1 so I J QUICK AS THOUGHT I FIIIKD 1 there was a weary feeling growing In ray limbs there was a despairing sense of the ubclessncss of effort growing stronger In my mind At any rate it was now that for the first time I saw something of my savage pursuers There was n shadow on my right only a shadow but no longer the shadow of a tree or branch It was a heada long I sharp muzzle tho mouth open the 11 lower jaw hanging the curs erect It J orept on Little by little it gained on Wlnn inch only an inch at n time but always an Inch more This shadow i became a horror to me At last The longstraight road made a curve to the right Not a sharp curve but enough to bring me to closer quarters with my I untiring pursuer In n moment as I pressed upon time handles and followed I J tile sweep of the road he was upon ml In n moment the shadow hud given place to the substance with n long w wolfpantingtwas by my side ITe taps old for J i icutd see that his hair was gray as it Showed In the moonlight Ills hug mouth wga wide open showing n row of formidable fangs and his long O io pehufrom his slavering reJjI Kr eyes Ut flowed like red ja J t hereElook of exhaustion about him horjIt1 swerved as he sprang und his great jaws carne together with n snap not an inch from my knee Ills Imp land cost him something in speed and ho tell leach quite half n yard be Core lie recovered The sight of him had done the good The horror of his look was n change from the gathering horror of changeII ly to the handle of my revolver Tho familiar touch seemed to reassure me rt drew It trots my belt I weighed it in my hand so as to grow accustomed to it I dared not turn in myseat ontlI yet I must get n shot nt tho grizzled lender of the pack Insensibly I slacked my pace for a second or two Insensibly the huge bend crept up once more to my hind wheel to my foot n little in front of my j foot Once more he was gathering himself together for n spring Onco more his bloodshot hungry eyes were turned toward me ns he kept up his song leaping gallop It was tIll mo ment Quick as thought I tired Thu ball struck him struck him 1 think I DOWN TIIK IOXO SIOIK WB MfSIIKO ttemeohtpmaliaaonetDlfOlnlitIt1vas M plYtuae in the chase Onee morn I turned to the truck Once fLore I concentrated every energy to increase ttthe distttneu between myself and my rrkntltus pursuers The welcome ro pile was but a shut t one MyI head urwarn dixxily with my exertions my hnun reeled with the longand flerceex iitemeiit my limb gnw numb and heavy under the desperate strain dmruvvardiI KlojK r wui at last a prospect of esewpt Tins dueaeiii undo tacit quickly felt Khnutol ns 1 hAd been 1 couldnt have kept it ittip iniivh longer and I would Imve been oertnUen iJoxvn the long smooth lope wo malicd at a pate that was mo nientnrlly iiivrentting looked behind me OHCO mule The wolves were fol growingdglanced at nvcvnt inI1 boring pursuers UlL1 could do it still I clashed at time bridge 1 wad icrosfi and now the ascent began 1 pent over the bleyele 1 forced my Ii weary limbs to exert themselves oneo iimorc For fully n hundred yards the I Bhcent was sleep and the exertion was i terrible Slower and slower 1 Koemetl Ii to go with each moment The perspi ration prowled from my face my legs and ankles burned ns If steeped inII liquid tits I clenched my teeth gripped the handle as if for bare life mil at each slow turn of the wheel I i Keemed to hear the Kiiiting of the wolves behind me j i At last 1 did it At the top of the jI slope 1 turned and looked lbehind me The moonlight shone white on the gray louder as he bounded on to the bridge two others followed him closely t hcIrest were scattered behind them on t road Not one had ns yet abandoned I the chase not one hail yet given hopes of time prey I drcxv my ievot upII from my boll once mote I rested barrel for a moment in the handle of jiI the machine AH the lender neared my und of the bridge 1 turned1 and fired I 1 hit him With a sharp howl he sprang into the air and fell half across parapet then he turned over thejj could see his body glance whitely he plunged into the river below Kx haustcd as I was 1 found tint I could make nn effort still I could hear noth ing of the wolves but yet for aught knew they might be following still Imagination supplied the place of my dulled senses and I could fancy I pearl their panting behind 111 could even imagine the sharp scutlling of their feet on the snow Suddenly a frond stream of light fell across the rondo There wns a sound of voices which soundly strangely faraway there were the figures of men though they looked like the men we see in dreams My bicycle swept on but 1 could no longer control It Everything swam before myeyes mj limbs refused to move any longer I felt that I WWI falling fall ing and 1 waR caught in Dr Jacksons strong arms Scrlbncrs Magazine In arctic countries a great deal of oilyI or fatty food is a necessity Aretiu explorers soon learn to drink trhfn oil ud cat seal blubber with avidity r I THE DONOTHtNGCO SO DRESS Traile nod Industry CkrckeU Itjr the Stag Raut npllubllnan The American Textile Journal hats compiled the replies to 1500 Inquiries tent to manufacturers of wool The replies show n few mills closed a few working on short time but a large majority open and running on full time The statistics refute the calamity howl that has recently been raised about the woolen Industry There is no crime deuce of the cyclone that Senatorllaw 11ley Mid had struck the Wookn industry although the depression in the business id apparent In the woolen cloth mills 11508 out of llftTS looms relu Opera tion In drow goods 1933 out of 3011 looms are in operation In carpets i SOS out of 23va looms are going In blankets nail llnnnebi 1210 out of 1UW looms are in operation In enrptUi and flannels the propor tion of idle looms is Irss than the pro portion In dress goods and cloth It is worthy of attention that thiscondi dltion of affairs has come about since the meeting of the republican congress Prior to the assemblage of eongtxas the woolen industry in this country WWi etpeclally active In the year 1S1 5 ovt r COOOOOonfl Kituds of imirarted wool nw UMM 1 in Anieriean mills more than in the preewllny year under the leI Inley law The first year of the ViWbn law saw snore wool consnmed 1 by the Amer lean mill than ever before The un employed were absorbed train the highways and sot to work in wealthprc ductng industry More American goods were mantle by American wArklngnieu thou ever before There ihaJ been many wn v atlvaneaa nnd the tendency was to higher rears in on iant much uuywntyhinuyo The meeting of the republican con I gress cheeked this condition of pros I perity liuttineuft dull The threat of a ripping up the tariff by tin houses sad the threat of a free sl ver bill by the senate made the trade oautioiw smith made capital extremely shy The laelc of demand put gtxyiyivmv Iii4rltitdIotvIHturhllUtItomoiith liUKincMi done In woolens time uwponsihility for it should not IH milt f011ovtIwningiing threatening congress longer congress is in session time more unfavorable are the business Congress is u menace to business It is incompetent to do good its capacity for dung harm is unlimited Utica SOME STAKES FOR REPUBLICANS Jul Thud tho Protection Huron Are Try stir to lut TlirutiRli The Kepubllcu Washington corre hlgItukefor ii few favored individual The biggest stake of course will be swept iu by the Uiriff burons who are confidently expecting n return of the halcyon days of tariff robbery They are prepared to make heavy investment in slush funds to lit returned in pro fat Hut in addition to this general squeeze of the people there art several 81ltcin- lJrnhlliu hand C 1llulltln ton is getting his Pacific railroad legislation in hupl to throw the burdens of the roads on the people und to keep the plunder and the profits in the pockets of bin self und his associates Wnrner Miller is waiting for a republican atiministra tion that he may get 100000000 for his Nicaragua canal Intt Quay Is nursing n 300000000 canal job against time rom ing of n rcpublicun congress and president These are of the jobs the re publican are preparing for n wide open republican administration If time republicans can slip into full power on ndemocrntic qunr I therewill be fine fleecing of the i cople for the partys beneflciariesSt Louis lie public Mark ITanna says that Platt and Quay are the mereut political babies We think that Mark has the to say F a lie outfrled the whole lot Utica ObscrterL jNSDPtlBEDR cr Mr Carlisle Manly Example to the UoUglnc Krpabllcann Mr Carlisle refuses to make u contest for the nomination In assuming this attitude he shows that respect for the presidency and for himself that ought to be characteristic oI every inns deemed worthy to be a presidential cnn iddate but which is now so foreign to our leading politicians thin because the secretary of the treasury refuses to renounce that he is in the fight and Ila to stay sonic newspapers ui once Jiitecprot the letterto mean that be de clinvs time nomination in ailvsnee Mr Carlisle simply gays that hi will riQt con test for delegates that he will renmiu at Washington and jHTforniliirt public dntien and that ht cannot approve oi any platform that lees not tuktsountl positions on the money and the tnnll questions In other words Mr Car lisle will not accept a noniinntion on a platform containing an unsound 01 n doubledealing1 currency plank II will stand on the record of his public s i vices If he is to be a candidate his nomination must Iws an endorsement of those Kervieee and the party must ox press that In its platform This is a declaration of prindplftlmt revives faith in the future of the repub He especially as It comes at n time when the lending candidates of the repub lima irarty do not dare to utter an opininn on the most important question that will be discussed in the coming iamitnlffii Mr1 Carlisle has renderedl n trend servkv to the country In instating that his pnrty skull declare for sound noaH if lie is to be its enndldMte Nu repiiblkaa candidate except Mr Mar ton would do this least no one nt Gentlomon the WaterhGo with your darned old ark This going to be of u shower Juurttaf became of report Observer tection samples looters right ofI them has done It Mnle It iH Mr Mar ton sHHliiir UiroMgU the platforms adoptedi at the republican state conven lion of Xew fork I till however not quite true that the Mian Iis of cornpara tively little importance At this time bpth tit man and the platform are urII LarporVCWftifrrI d t I THE WHEAT QUESTION sdme linlrurdivtt Ilgnrttur nIuhlhnnt JOIh Tho dejMirlnvut of ayrkulture hnt recently publishetl some extremely in teresting und valuable statistics of tie whole worlds wheat crops and those of Uw United States sinue btU which ai is follows WJlIlAT PaonCClrgt Grawl Total Total of of World UAltwl Stute I 1t UKJ2iuW 4llTiiUOMi I 1aliuw U3 +Wuw- ri 6atslsme 7ti31t4 0 J tji5iOt 112311Ots8s HiIW It will thus be eeeiv that while time t heat production of time whole world ou the whole Increased MO000iKiO bush eN from ISUI to lST4 the wheat crop of the United States decreased tShiJOe1 from Itllt to 1S03 Iu 1aJt und Hill iitipetftively our wheat vrop Wa 350IMV lOH and 4JiiiOO0oO bushels less than in ISU2 und 151tKK000 uuu 144000000- luishels less than imlSUl Time great increase iu time worlds ug gregtite supply during the last three yours explains clearLy why wheat pus been so low Hut according to the insinuations of some republican oruiles our farmers must attribute both their short crops and low prints to the wicked Wilson tariff The Wilson blight is iKeom inn u stock phrase which would fully explain any calamity front n great drought to a smashup of the globe by collision with one of the planets Doubt less this unhappy phrase will win the farmers vote for tho republican no- mineeS Y Herald Go it Bradley Sick him Me Kjileyl1 Pull Dick pull devil This Crantry has never yet elected a presi dent of as small a caliber as either of you nnd itis notgoing tonot this year But it enjoys the fun of seeing you claw nnd gnaw for it Louisville CourierJournal The interest of the country in the proceedings of congress is confined to those things which have a tendency toward early adjournment St Low GlobeDemocrat Rep wI istrYA LITTLE NONSENSE JoltflypoJiiJournnlI JournalWntterson pianofmghtfnlly thint0Wnsnersral Actor CouTflnt the mashed potatoes which are served to mr in the play ns Ibfe cream IK made a little more pat atabloV Manager Thai will depend 1licgcadyDlnetterDlnetterSweet ChnrItyJohnny1lease father let me have a sixpence to give i to n poor lame tarn fatherISbo jnJj loobeclreuoTtt11lII do not see she said with great teverity prow it would be possible ttf add to the imslghtliness of bloomers And the little wheelwoman contented herself with innocently remarking Perliaps you are prejudiced Did you ever try them on Washington Star Say saUl the nlmiring inugnat IoC truth that poster is all right Mahi would know the minute h looks at iit what it is meant to advertise Ami fourjfsighed So it lis perfectly intolliglbej Iis it 1 he said unto himself Ah wclld Netter uteri than I have nt teams sacrjf reed art to their necessities Cincln1 rati Knquirer J A SULTANS DUAL NATURE Sometime ills llettrr anti Sometimes Worse Nutnrc Ircvullid 1 The two Imerotz of this tale one thi original indent Mariner of the Ara ban Nights slid the other n bright AtifricHU lad discover the cityf X w ItagUad hlden away in New lnglan Ihe following is one of tlnir xiterfi criers with its ruler as recounted in tb April number of the maga7iue i i I thought youd never In dniicsa Sellm in a whisper to his prisoners a he escorted them from taw iMiirtyarij never knew the sultan to Ix so talk 11 before usually hes n than of very fr word What in the world i were you talkfng about nny way 1 i OJi nil sorts of things rcplrti Sln bad ovaaively And now l3 added quickly please tell me OnJ thing What did the lnind vizier mesa betlla1owr pultau has two and die vestbredlolive in awhile very good The former we call leis bud nature the latter M better nature Oh how we do drtn the eomingof that l etter natHrr J Wby should think youd lit glad salt Tomohnt he very ugly wbra his badJ Mature is on j- Ittually lie is answered Selii tbtfreakshim to indulge Viiywhen that 1 1 ter nature of his is ruling him we can get a man convicted of any orinieJ Aiua1wriludemptied the prisons while under nII halefid influence of his better hater und turned loose nil sorts of dread characters I How soon do you think another i1 tack of hit hotter nature Is duen Simllwd anxiously I Oh wo eats never tell i soraeUra he hits two or three n mouth and tb again a year will elapse without T hewing one As he had u real bad a g of it only last mouth I think so thing ought to be dour for him might be vncoinuicd or sonithin 0 that sort but Im not II medical ng und I really couldnt undertake tog Kcibe for him He feels as unhaoj about it tiu nllyolIl else but lia rJt help it so you see we havent tli ltf to Llama him But here we an atTj prison AJber9 Si earns in BtSK IIllsI UeninL old Iwaak Walton hlmaclij not u keener tbhcrmans instinct was possessed by old Zimri SttiUg who Nourished in u western atrtj rrfii Rood nuuiy years ago One day took his rod maul line und w muttsu called them and started off foray days iLshiug trip He hail IxfBiR hilt one day wllln his poor ol41i DerJImNteu I was found silently but profo happy with his line enst lu the Qj moo river He turned pall tnll rr first speechless when told of hi IOUS too bud Zimri said the 8JJ zlmrllfoil + Eoowith the pickrel blUn ez tjseen em bite fer n year and hep down another sob Detroit FreeS11 Ilurollo superstitions if There nn plenty of farmers 100 nllles of New York who vvihlnu their hogs in a waning moon 1JJJ1 pork shrink in the cooking and the snore farmers refuse to pIAl toes in tho dark of the moon tembers sun should never w hops is an oftgyoted saw ti the south of Saw York and I those parts are gathered by A unless the date fall on sundtli ii the 30th is choaca N Y SulkFt tp I iim MliSiS t n THE FARMING WORLD THE C1OFMILK MOW to Destroy lluctcrla by Means o 0a DUJafctJneJub t ucrs regard to estructiojajaf Tjnc nthhttnjurlous to milks writer site that we can use a number of disinfect such ns fumes of MilIpgsubstancesI 1h3rfind ni1k of tune Before theyUro used the stables should be thoroughly leaned After removal of the animal- all dirt should be removed nud floe walls and ceilings should bo tltorougltl- scraped with brush und water If we ute sulphur as a disinfect tint nil open ings must be closed nUll nil crack should be papered To kill nil bacteria we need from 60 to i 0 grumms per cubs dieter This is based upon expert menls in the laboratory but in practice it has been found that ten grnmms per cubic meter will jritu good results TI sulphur broken in small pieces is ig plied upon nn iron pun the doors a then kept closed for at least 12 to U hours when the stable cat be used again after being cntilnted within strong draught of air During this time the animals nUll chiefly their legs nud feet slimed be brushed with vns ter containing soda The clothing of the milkers must bo cleaned nnd ell utensils used for milk should be scrubbed with boiling tint water or should be thorougnly steamed Bacteria can also be killed by washing the walls floors and ceilings with concentrated milk of lime This is made j by slaking lime with little water tu which is added an equal amount ofIr water which makes u 50 per edit uulI of lime SPLENDID FEED RACK It liRA Keen Used for n Number of Years with hull HeHiiltM To feed hey to stuck without waste simple as the problem seems is not al easy mat tea Whore staucheoiis are US dg aullnlugtfeed rack 1 hove used fur a number of years has been found to answer quite well nud it may be nlaeedt out in the I feed lot or under shelter as desired It i l j is suitable for dither hey or grain andi is well shown iu the 9ceolnpauyfigellt i The slabs A A are fasttnid above the manger or feeding box at such dig tances apart as to allow the animal to readily poke their heads In the rankk being placed just high enough for then convenience A pole not lioun in cut j placed full length for the breasts of cattle to push against is a desirable ad dition For sheep the space between the slats should be eight inches The sides of the manger li 11 should be 14 inches high for cattle and for sheep about six inches For fltdh grain construct the manger floor hiighe- in the center than at the sides A slop t I FUUI HACK yon IOOSK carrel ing floor Is the ideal but it is not so ensily made as the raised central platt form shown in the cut surd which an swers very well Hun two by four stud ding lengthwise say 12 inches from each Bide Then floor the spaci between these two by four pieces crosswise with short stuff which done you will have n trough one foot wide running mound the four sides of the rack For cattle build the rack six feet wide and six feet high This is a much moro economical rack than thin common Vhlmpod nfTair which besides being very wasteful 1s open to the objection that stock often uptoJournal of Agriculture Tread Mill on the Frtrin cOllllnglnrgclrh Iced threshing grain grinding grain sawing wood pumping water etc Tlios who have used them and particularly used those that have been improved and perfected in the last few years commend their convenience cheapness simplicity bnd safety If every barn way upplte wit hone the most of farmers would bo independent of the large ma chines niid could do all their work within thoinsclvcs 11111 without extra test or trouble Those who use them say If rightlyset and managed 1luy are not horse killers and work on theta otherkind011oughforpower not needed they cnn be worked by one or two horses Everything depends on requiredColImans a Wlile Tlrrn In New York A bill is before the assembly iu that notlatermust have tires proportioned to the laid to be carried and providing thatIa bonus be paid to the owner of any wagon who will widen his tires before too law compels it The sum of 40 i00 or so much thereof ns may be nco andlaJ from the state treasury d 6 IMPROVED HPTBEfc Description IIIIittAtrbeOne SLr 1 r1ra lisralSUciwlthhold cxtftShf l r hspvlth orningg pit bright wektfieroi stormy one can care for and cSs nIpIhto the plants when they require a1 tontloft f 1J AA areseedbetlaicharaslcInch r mnntr 8 inaneys I t wide D D are sashes three by six fetThe height from bottom of aisle to apex of roof is Otr feet lengthCaccording to the number of sashes used 11 feet wide and three feet eight lnchcsdecpthQttthoUiianlstGn puFseparate the t they are to be cut 31J feet long areTCthen boards net I i I 1 t ton their edge lengthwise of the pit for I bottom rest of the aisles then lh niv put on and the top scanning jthetop rests for the sashes Tile manure then put In mid the sniJhfspnt on three feet by six feet sashes are used mid lltted as tight as possible Then nv the oiiti that is selected ns the entrance a door is built such as used in thi ordinary double cellar door The seer 1I reedytoI tellilleratutohus1Such a pit can be used for growing radishes onions lettuce and other vege tables nail for starting seeds of cal- bngeeauliflot r ur egg plants tomato proper sweet corn meioiis cucun bars I For such seed ns com cucumbers not l uuIof II bud two inches square on the root slue and when it is time to transplant thoI j sad is lifted out nnd put in the desired Iplnce they are better than the small j flower pots as they retain moisture loiigeivDanicI 1 Mahonv in Western Mural MACADAMIZED ROADS s i Onlctul IllIa AVhlfli MRJ He of County OlllcliiN toII We have frvquent letteis asking figures on the cost of building t forII roads It is impossible to offer nay pracflcalruse without knowing nil about the local conditions the kiml of stone available I the distance it must be hauled the na ture of the soil the c6niItion of thotit present road etc no to mention the theII may j of use Where the soil is loud and up V proper grade with suitable stone I close at hand wKhbitttjuarrying a good Ib foot roachl may UB made for any where from u00 to 1500 per mile conditions must hc favorable ilo 1hII tc get the world well done at this prkv i Much of the macadam road being built j i casts moro than douMo this iimount I The Tel ford road or more properly a macadam road with a telford fmimlv tion costs with ten inches of telford nudi six inches of macadam about 1000 per mile for each foot in width Wo submit the following figures which me nctunlII east of building a mile of new the lack liny district of lioston Thei i figures are given to Good Jtlllds by jI i Henry Mauloy assistant engineer ituo cubic ands sub grndingt0 37 i lOO trII 18SW square yards Telford tutee furnished anti placed 0 67 12V71 IJI lZCi square yards Marndnm i rurnlohfd and placed 49 94SC 4- i45S2 i square ynrtlc granite blk guttrrrurnlshedundplaced206 9ISS X Ino lineal foot edgw tone furnished and set W 8173 SO 9947 miuarc yards lirlck sidewalk furnished and laid S3 9419 05 Sit square yards tlaKBlnff fur j jII nlshtHl and laid 3 S3 Connecting now street with I I old streets KS U Total S600S W I A Silo for six Coxvii JjfcL I A correspondent of hoards a ry I matt having nskocl about the expediency of building a silo for six cows received the reply that it will depend upcu dr cumstnnces nnd that If ho IIs opt to have catching weather In haying or expects to depend upon feeding rather thou pasturage In Bummer n silo will be found very convenient Tim tCuublu would be that the pit would have to bo very narrow not more than eight feet In diameter Two such pits each Ifi feet dcepwultl probably answer lurger pits Lott CXl SI1 more surface thou six cows couldfkbep eaten down BO as to prevent waste Tlia Gospel of Good Kaait The mass of the peoplo admit tho importance of good roads and the cer tainty of its benefits yet cling to tho ald time method Slowly the leaven of good work Is making its way into the lump Better roads tire n necessity The trend of the times is toward the jrinanent improvement of the public nfghways Southern Cultivator Now is a good time to prune tho peach cutting back the new growth of wood severely to secure good fruit t j INDRESTIOMt- F I Aa a Result of It 10nioro Were any Diso o The Il lc Htlttk tth ho rroptomi e4 e Dbeye tdayDU a ease Etc Firm tM StanrfanMTriton tfruoWim y F mlscl3bloIIsxlfttcaca and lived to toll tho talo than Mrs Anna It Bmlth of 811 Pulaskl Avenue Brooklyn With all lha comforts that money manylovingSmUhS lIfoaS blasted for years by time terrible ravages of sickness Tho story Is nwtt Ufti rtisgaatoldtoArvportert firstrRMy case was truly that of a complication of diseases duo to an accident which 1 received motmc to my family ww tho worst caso of indices Uon moginahlo I mado alt around mo miserable by ins sufforinps and was most miserable myself I had tho best ptmlcjaa wo could flail and occasionallytehis ro tloa rcllovcdJDo to porUll1ute llnla a d81lservwouldall soon return f n Kibctiftin delfCrtciand started In AmongThanco CAptlvnUxl mo Iinstantly for I am a great believer In tho beautiful 1 took tho I yllls stud followed t tho directions to tho I Totter anti beforo many davs I began to tool I rliU6 a different woman For six weeks I truthfullyadd I the amily This change for tho bolter In my i condition tins caused my relatives and allefrom tlictfrujj store bf John Durycn ntthe corner of Do Ualb nail Summer AvenuesI annum you it was lmpo slblo for mo to oversee m Household for three years Now I visit my kitchen every dnyclo my own marketing and shopping In n word look I after everything eonllelloll with lily homo i and family IeI take one Ullll V UllVI illlllll Prevention 1Lott know Is better ned cheaper than cure t I verily believe ono halt of the womefi who nro suffering from tho Ills which our sox are heir to would be up nnd well If they could bo induced to give tho Pink Pills a full trial I certainly nvommciid thorn 1 I heartily and feel grateful to tlio physician who put them on tins market I Mrs Smith Is n woman of some meant and ftuuulUig In tho community und there wltbII l 4 PCOITfIIof nil druggists or direct li innll tram lhtp Dr Willlnins Mcdlcino Compauy Sohcncc tally X Y at 50c star box or six bozos for I nnd sohVin bulk Orare never by tilt I dozen or hundred i Hn feeling his way to u knowledge i her ncuolIIllUllhwcntsl stoeltlng Artbollat Site ttvithifistnni I frigidity 1 dont exnoet to marry u man stogitlusIUluitrutcd tftOO ItctvnrU 8100 I Tho renders of this paper will lQJleMCd Ito IhJUltedjdlfleaso upon tho bl00l1 and mucous suifaees of tltol system thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease aid giving time patient tllelllUstltUtOlllllldI l proprietors have so much faith in its earn t live powers that they offer Ono Hundred I Dollars for any cao tint it fails to cureii Bend for list of toxtimoniaN i AdHivss F J Cnnxrv fc Co ISolil bv DniggNtHI TV Tolol1o0I I I1Inl1l Family Pills acv thoI I why do they call it time wonthcr IMuu Uivause the top drawer Is gen suppoeChicago A Trinity or rviu Ulllonsness sick hendacho nnd irregular ItIIf the bowels ncidiiipniiy each other TV tliu removal of this trinity of oviln HoMCt ters Siouimh hitters I s spcrially mhiptod It nlo cures dyspepsia rheumatism ma lurinl complaints biliousness nervousness and eoitMipiitlon Tho most satisfactory results follow n fair trial Uxo U dally Putinr and surrenderniettu tho same where virtue Is conccruud Mmo de Ihlnl useful nut tho tonntlful are never ITillntaLIotiundce1 IA trout spoken In season n thn right moment is tho mother of agesCaIl His C ran UIIIIT 1Idyell say that Marks owud his iluanehil success to his own will power Oh no to his nclcs will power Ho loft everything to MarhsDotrop Free Press IHOCIIATrI was astcoujttil1 tho wisest roan ot his tlmo be nusu he tiinicnT his nrqilrod knowledge hate inonvllty and aimed at gooducss movo than grentuetuiTillaUou InII stain on a soldiers fill is not ulpr but tho dirty rico of u houstvaid iittweM1u tllniMlIOfnut dared not tnko it n tIle sun Par fear that It would fwto Washington iltar HiNStxo ntlrotST Usrnrrs hrlieC- orklolsnt iotwpot running titan debt pretty lively McCnwklo KuuulnprfiVt tulrlysprluUngZDetroit Lolphurthit him with my list whan ho duaked his head and my fist tilt tho walL Boston Transcript LEFT OUT is TilE Cou Jacques how is it you never bring any good marks home from school On i ipn thoro arc such n lot of us that when my turn comas thorn aro nono leftLa famine I SUALL fora divorce Ho U treating mn liko n dOFnml ho makes mo work liko a horso Well thon you should I mnko yourconlhllnt to time sociwty tor toprotection of animals and not totlio courts Llllustre do Ioche SOUCTIUNO THAT OnETTwynnI Bupposo you nOr heard of the Koeloy mo tor TrlplottWlmtmakes you suppose that Tvvynn You are BO fond of ro morlslng EvoryUUnsr goea1 k cr f frs tteeeri elM twsttt4lr sea LN1e A now dt partuto baa Mell tgu at hoCntcuga passenger station or Ute NrtA Western Lino Chicago iJortkWostert CODTCnlauootouniformed attendants has hoed provided to render both lacewing und outgoing pas directingthornCIUIc4tTJingbllntl baggage assisting iwrsons in fccblo health and making them selves useful In every way In their power The attendants wear blue uniforms nnd entirelyfreethroughcar route between Chicago nnd St AslduudCouncilBluffsLake San Francisco Portland and many other Important cities of the west and north west PoruWhat qualifies n man to bo called a master of tho feucol Well monsieur maybemurwumpBrooklynLICe PITH stopped free by Dr Klines Great duyausaMarvclou tie free Dr Kline 031 Arch St Ihlla Pa Thu act of worship Is gnU creation Indigenous and peculiar to man Mclvlllo h Pesos Cumin cured mo of a Throat and Leaf troublu of three years standing H CAOV Huntlnglon led Nov I1 HUt vicroiit Is tlc Itself when tbo nchlov IA homo full numbers Shakespeare A Root 7rsuiTw 1 +epNh t- rri dx tl4r pot eeielseq Kaa7 ottQ a 11- tNaiel CeI4tdts nitrc- ldusafd U U m suit Or cords d- dayllmstloehangOI l ILY- CREAM BALM theNAllBTIntlnteals the ttore Pwteats thl Membra atIn1bODe tirt4cenlet netlatsnryaetL I y1toTtulKttCI srraStredtwTett A SHINING EXAMPLE of what may be accomplished never vary ing devotion to single is seen In theliistory of the McGbrmlck Harvesting Machine Co Chicago 65 years they have simply been building grain and grasscutting ma chinery while there are probably forty manufacturers in this it is safe to that the McCormick Company builds onethird of all the binders reapers and mowers used throughout the entire world A MMM M M M M M MM Mt 44O NNNNN Bufferingft 1of opportunity Is lifes greatest loss Think of II NEURALG I For and line a Years I0 Years Years 15 it 11 When tho opportunity lies In n bottle of ST JACOBS OIL lteurcsll II Pass Your Plate III PLUOWaPrices of allcommodities have been reduced except tobacco V II Battle Ax t is up to date Low Price High Grade Delicious 5 Flavor For 10 cents you get 5 almost twice as much Battle Axtt as of other high grade goods The 5 cent piece is nearly as large as other fO cent pieces of equal quality How it looks to the women who wash with Pearline toJiJItt when they see a soaprubbingSJ Yf out over the washboard l To these Pearline women capLEverythings in favor of Pearline VJ1 easier work quicker work better work safety economy Theres not one thing agunu it Whats the use of washing in the hardest way when it more money I FIELD AND HOC FENCE WIRE CO OO 4C OO or OS inches high ItWrlto workmanship tho bow Nothing on tho market to compare with for run Information UNION FENCE COMPANY DE KALB ILL J OPIUM and WHISKY ItIbUIl cored IHIIr- mt114 It M nooLtir imm OA TArlagIYwtMl Fir Ztaltl a by a purpose say MMM Loss self costs WE PM r w44rEEIirsehrst Bn tIEl liEd Is I Pll1a4A ALL Nlif ST1RC Tara No MotY to cave NQ W RISK 811RtP9i3 E-A N KE IttO WHEN WILITHO TeADvxRTMR l tX5 K 5- Het fob ie law tits ltdv MW 4Iiiu I 1 p f d a Its- r I If ii iOtr 1 Iiio f G r Fj 1 ertw t V i l 1i r to ti Jr rk- un r vvr r riw7 4ILuTr w7r I1 Y J HZ yiJl Lire IplI l Ia APlMl- VftButMMNAL L UNIi Z KlMftC atistt J6raehialr illIIet t t lL z HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAYMay 28 1891 ANNOUNCEMENT ton COXO RES We are authorized to annnnnre W 31 HKCKXER of Clark countyas a cmnHtlm fbr Congress trom the Tenth district sub- Ject to the action or the Oemocnttlo party FOR CincriT CLKKK t We are authorized to announce CHAS T BYRD or Campion U a candidate for the Gate of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe tfitialy subject to the action of the Demo ratio party CARUSLEB GHOST FM 21878e TilE coxsi RACY vriiicn BCEMB TO HAVE UREN FORMED 1IEBK AND IN EUROPE TO nE TROY DY LEGISLATION AND OTIIKIIWIS FROM TlIRCBEVKNTHg TO ONTHAI t THE METALLIC MOSEY OF TILE WOULD Is TilE lOST mOSTIC OF THIS OR ANY OTUER AGE e TllECONSUMJU TICK OF SUCH A SCHEME WOULD VIT MATELY ENTAIL MORE MISERY tPON Tile HUMAN RACE THAN ALL THE WARS I rnSTILENCE AND FAMINE THAT EVEt OCCDRRED IN TILL HISTORY or Tile- OnJDJOUN1v O CARLISLE PURSlANT to n call by tho state exec utlve committee the Democrats of Wolf county arc requested to meet at Camp ton on Saturday May 30 at 2 oclock p m in muss convention for the purpos1 of sending delegates to the Democratic state convention to bo held nt Lexington Juno 3 to select delegates to Attend tho National Democratic convention at Chicago July71SOGC Chairma- nJ R CARROLL Secretary A CARD TOTHK DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OK THE TENTH COXORI IOXAL DISTRICT I nm a candidate for Congress from this district I um for the free and un limited coinage of silver at the ratio of 1C to 1 regardless of international interference and boilers that the Democratic party can win on that issue The limit ed time between now and the time of holding the district convention and my limited finances will preclude the poi bility of my making an active canvas Hence I appeal to the Free Silver Dem oerakt throughout the district to give me their support and suffrage anti promise I them that should I be so fortunate ns f receive tho nomination follower by an election I will in all things have a watchful eye for tho interests of tho people of my district attend strictly and soberly to the duties of the position and milo every oflbtt in my power to prove a faithful servant of my people in lettering their condition and developing the resources of Eastern Kentucky My record of eleven years during which I have labored faithfully IIs as an openI book printed in clear type and upon it I go before tits people Hoping I may secure your influence and support I am Your obedient servant SPENCER COOPER THE Louisville Post tho most rampant and uncompromising of the single stand ard organs In this state virtually conceder tho success of the free silver clement in the coming state convention TilE Democratic party has it within ita power to redeem the government from the goldites and shylocks and save it from future Republican rule but to duI so they must take no middle grund utraddling will never bring success A flat looted free silver platform upon which tho entire party can and will stand is its only salvation EVERY Free Silver Democrat in tho Tenth congressional district should attend the mass convention of his county to be MId on Saturday too 30th inst nnd see that tie golditcj do not play a grab game If left to A vote of the Democrats In 1110I district the rIM silver men have a vast jwijorlty t ttfeia will avail them nothing 1iIese they have representation Iin the II Nee reatierttrrdq Dt1eptN f et k to thestate convention are to beappoint on that day and it is most importa that they be for free silver Do not hesitate to go if possible as your action on that day nay insure the election et i I Democratic president at next election THE calling of the Beattyvlllc cen notion for the 18th of next month i premature and without authority in waiI premises lion Frank Hopkins o r Prestonsburg Floyd county as member of the state oxeculiro committee is tbe only authority by which a convention can be anounced and unless the date I i called off and he names a date for a cot vention many of the Democrat in the district will ignore the action of the Iloattyvllle convention be it wbatcvi it may The Democratic party in thl district is in no condition to create or invite a division in ita rank and We therefore suggest that the Reattyvil Democratic convention be declared ocr until after the national convention ball hue been held Then Mr Hopkins 18 chairman of the Democratic committed of this district by reason of his office all 1 a member of the state executive coMmit tee can call a convention and the parts nominate a man fin accord with the plat form of the Chicago convention Thl Is the wise course and the caly one that will bring harmony The people hue a voice in this matter and they do not propose to sit silently by and be tram pled upon What Free Cclaafc MMIA The free and unlimited coinage of ail vcr means that neither the president nor his secretary of the treasury would bet allowed to any longer boycott the four hundred and twentyeight millions of standim sliver dollars now in existence The power that could re establish silver coinage would compel the use of silver with gold In the redemption of green backs This would do away with the false pretense that bonds roust be sold Iwith which to buy gold tu redeem green back It would remove the constant menace by the gold gang that the JtralI tender quality 111 all be taken away from the vast amount of silver dollars now in existence It would add enough to the money in circulation in the country each year to keep pace with the increase of population and the requirement for do mestic exchange It wouldmAke all the silver bullion in the world worth just as much as though it were already coined into dollars It would atop greenbacks from being presented from redemption at the treasury because lleidelbach fckelhcimer A Co and the ml of the breed of gold speculators would be flVr ed silver when they demanded gold andI they would not want it Free coinage would guarantee the stnbilty of the currency Tho grinding contraction now olne on would cease The borrowed surplus in the treasury of nearly t200 000000 would be expended in grand public improvements including coast defenses and thus be restored to circuit inn among the people It would grad ually raise the general level of prices The production of wheat and other farm products would be resumed ou the former scale Manufacturers of every de cription would no longer engage in mere handto month production but ouldI manufacture for the requirements of the coming year This would give work to those now in distress and would enable laboring people themselves to buy whtI they are now going without under the harsh compulsion of poverty Tho com nerco between fortyfive states would iN resumed railroads would be taken out of the hoards of receivers because they could again earn interest on their debts and expenses and something more The iccupation of the panic maker would be gone With free coinage would coiae a president and secretary of the treasury who would not spend half their time bawling to the world that their government IIs bankrupt and iin ron ptrllcd to tell itt bonds at twenty per cent discount from the interest rates of the world to enrich favored syndicates for some un athomable reason Free coinage would top the borrowing of money in tines of peace for the purpose of obtaining gold with which to pay obligations not payable in gold In brief free coinage would mean a backseat for syndicates and their oflicinl lustrumentA11 back scat fur the bears of the New York stock market and for the pawnbrokers throughout the country It would mean that money would be moro profitable when invested in bus Intu enterprises than when laid away in a napkin to breed upon itself It would mean fair play among men and only one hundred rents on the dollar in the payment of debts And free coinage is coming unless bri ery ud corruption are stronger in the Iud than the bonet cxprc on of the eeeka will Cincinnati E quirvr t Helpla Deeded by poor tired mother ever worked and burdened with care debUt tated and run down because of poor thin and impoverished blood Help ia needed by the mtnrooa suBerer the men and women tortured with rheumatism neu r rslgU dyspepsia scrofuUeataxrk Mslff i Comes Quickly When Hoods Sanaparilla beflu to ets rich purify and vitalize the blood aM sends it la a beating noarkhtnr Invif oratlnf stream to tbe nerrw muscles and organs of the body Uoodt tianaparW builds up the weak and broken down eye tam and cures all blood dl ease busies HoodsSarsaparillaIs the One True Blood iMrtfier All tointots 01 Prepared only byc I Hood A Co Lowell VMS Hoods Pills are the only plus to take with Needs ItunfJL MiMFFIX CiUHTT eiirlcls IuUiiAmbrose Arnett of this place is ratb er puny at present D M Kinnaird and wife were guests of J W Barnett Sunday Horn to the wife of Dudley M Arnett of this place an pound girl John M Dunn of Eugene was aguest of Dudley Arnett Friday night A B Patrick and R C Minnix re turned from Covington Friday Geo W Adams was a guest of Miss Susie Hosfcins Saturday and Sunday Jno P Salyer Galen Arnett and Lark Aruett were guests of Leander Risuei Wednesday Jeff Prater and wile Emma Rowland D C Patrick and others were guests of Judge May Sunday Born to the wife of B X Arnett ol this plac a 10pound baby boy Den seems to be well pleated Branch W Higgins H G Arnett Andrew Howard E B Arnttl and Dud Icy Arnett were guests of Galloway Howard Sunday night Mrs Dudley Anderson of Etel and Mrs Rush Anderson of Lee City are visiting their father C W Patrick who iis dangerously Charles Arnett Lula Howard James Ytnllcr1poolArnett were guests of J B Hoskins onII SundayWe I blessed with some gook speak ers Monday the 11th inst towit W M Beckner of Winchester and Thos Fitzpatrick of Prestonburg Democratic candidates and 111 Scitt Republican candidate for congress From what Mr Seiu said he feels certain of the nomi nation and if so isi confident of being the next congressman from this district May 18 CORREeiONDKNT Moaey Yale U a Mlante I have not made less than sixteen dol tara any day while selling Centrifugal Ice Cream Freezers Any one should make from fire to eight dollars a day selling cream and from seven to ten dollars wiling freezers as it iis such a wonder there Iis always a crowd wanting cream You can freeze cream elegantly in one minute and that astonishes people so they all want to taste it and then many of them buy freezers as the cream iis smooth and perfectly frozen Every freezer is guaraateed to freeze cream perfectly in one minute Anyone can sell Ice cream and the freezer sells itself I My sister makes from ten to fifteen dol lire a day J F Casey Co 1143 St Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you full particulars free so you can go to work and make lots of money anywhere as with one freezer you can make a hundred gallons of cream a day or if you wish they will hire you on a salary During three days last week and Monday of this week J Howard Wilson and Kiwsr Wilson who have been visiting in this neighborhood killed 101 squirrels three rabbits and a pheasant Sunday they attended Baptist meeting anti Iilr tened to the gospel as expounded by Uncle lull Davis so that they return to their homes at Mu Sterling recuperated in body and decidedly of a better ro llgious cast than when they came here I That young Hibernian Charles OCou null who claims that French blue blood ounces through his veins together with J Mr Taylor will next week begin pub lishing n daily paper at Mt Sterling to- be called the Free Lance One of the prime features nud n factor that will mke it a favorite with all of Erins sane will bea column of paragraphs under the heading of Potato Peelings M GREATEST lLOTRING SALER I IISTilE HISTORY OF THE COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The B Largest and 8 Bests stock 8 of B Gloving in 2 KSRllcijJ REGARDLESS OF VALUEREGARDLESS OF COST PRIIREGARDLESS OF pKcentptitthef COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 75fe TIIDeJnnnelfSper color guaranteed HIS IS A COBKEB I tifJ ti nnd fl worth fl50 2 and f8 One Hundred pair Pants tine wool cassimere ut 2 worth f5iYou Never Did You Never Will Buy GOOd Clothing At These Prices R Louis n 1 tiu i LEADING CLOTHIERS uvHAlJllflUJIP SE D lISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY C Iww nnd ROAD WAGOSB J 4 IICall and get our pricwif mo your order Patronise j tome reople get only Honest Work and be Happy I temployIyour work is respectfully solicited nn unD n nn Jii Plil 1 B1I 17 T LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY w H P PIERATT Proprietor 1 C2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSS m Ii1 Special care taken of teams for Coinmer cial Travelers Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the public re spcctfully solicited H P PIERATT 9t tmltl tllt ijltll tdeTIjE BEAT BJJ NESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF T 5 SOUTH 9lqrrlrtJtilJJgrrI i fUICacCS or csuum tlOLDl1fG nSE ecrnI bY r I 7111RtteYYINDID BY THE WJUlG WStsESS YEM oJ 11J THE GOJNTRY ui nrdwr 1 I r 1tJjtIt 11 H y- ClfRXRLTRfJi i riT r J 1= THE HERALD Mini Gmn Humrs Heppeni gsa 0Tobacco setting lo all the rage with farmers new The rains of the past week have made the farmers rejoice Bring in that corn you owe us We need It now as much ni In winter Dont wait until fall before you bring that wood We need it now for cooking purpotoG Williams Haze Green waR a visitor hero on Tuesday Clay City Chronicle The wife of Wiley Steele of Morgan rounty presented him with three boys on the 20th Dr John Taulbee and W H Wilson leave this uiorniuj for Mt Sterling ou a l hnftiotM trip- Courtney McGuire visited friend and relatives at St Helens Sunday returning here on Monday Miss Esther Wilson of Mt Sterling Is visitiuR relatives and friends in and ab ut Hazel Green It is thatblackberries will be plentiful in spite of the fact that we had no blackberry wiater The annual meeting of the Kentucky educational association will be held at Newport June 23 2i and 25 Undo Hiram Grcerand wife of Grawy Morgan county were in towu Monday Uncle Hiram it for free silver Pure rich blood is the true cure fr nervousness anti Hoods Sarsaparilla in the One True Bleed Purifier and nerve tonic There was n big Baptist meeting at Salt Lick in Morgan county on Sunday last Rev Willis Lykins and Juhnny Barker conducted the meeting Charley Stephens of Mt Sterling representing the Mt Sterling Garettee and the SentinelDemocrat was a guest of the Day HOUKJ on Tuesday 0 J Burnett who thot Dan tit Davis at lloufseau a short time since hoe been admitted to bail in the sum of 1000 his employer Floyd Day going on the bondBead 001tweenDay has just started a daily hack between- the two points that iis destined to fill M long felt want Ed and Miss Sally French of Stanton attended the wedding of their brother Morgan French to Rise Minnie Mepell andwere guests of Mrs Ellen Pieratt during their short sojourn in our city Our old friend John Mason of Montgomery county who has ben recupera ting At Swango spring together with n Mr Morrison left here on Wednesday morning for Morgan county where they willspend a few day fishing t White Patrick an aged citizen of Ma goffln county died on Saturday evening last after a lingering illness He was the fatber in law of Raleigh Thompson formerly of this place and leaves quite a host of relatives to mourn his low The little folks of our Sunday schools will be asked to take part in the opening services of our Sunday school convention by singing Ive two little hands to work for Jesus Superintendents please notice this Remember place and date Sandfield June 20 Henry Godsey who was expected to deliver the address to the graduating chus at Hazel Green Academy will be unavoidably prevented from no doing manyfriendsi tille Ky where she has been visit sg and Mr Godsey Iis detained at her bed sideMarriedSunday morning last at the residence of the bridea uncle J II Pier att in Hazel Green Miss Minnie Mapel of Our town and Morgan French of SUu ton Powell county Elder Win If Cord performing the ceremony This was the first marriage over solemnized by Prof Cord but those in attendance say ho did an exceedingly nice job for an amateur A Mr Morgan with Ewing Porta mouth Ohio Col Tom Turner Mt Sterling Morgau French and Isora Far PowerGreceryr SterlingTJ Lyklnn Campion Frank Harens waayi and Donn Patrick galyenville Were ourkd wh r ZyMa Ctmoney beathimyoung had little experience la will jesia hundreddellannIt Iii simply wonderful how ea+y it Iit to sell them AH you have to do is to show the ladles how they werk and they cam not help but buy eat For tile bte fit of other I will scat that I get ay start from the Meund City Dishwasher Co- St Louis MB Write to them ana they particularsI 3000 the coming year and I am not going to let publillbothers J F CI IcadtBy Ceaaeftceaut Elder Hugh McLellan of ShelbyvlUe will deliver the baccalaureate sermon on Sunday May 81 He will also address the two Endeavor societies on Sunday evening On Monday evening June 1 the twe societies Haut et Bn and Utile Dulci will give an entertainment- On Tuesday morning June 2 will be the finalsession On Tuesday afternoon will be the an nual reunion of pupil patrons and friendsOn at 8 p m the declama tory contests one by the young women the other by the young men On Wednesday at 10 a in the com mencement program will be given The five graduates will speak and Henry L Godleyof Washington D C will de liver the address to the class On Monday and Tuesday evenings an admission fee of ten cents each will be charged every one except pupils in at tendance Perfect WtHtaIWould give us perfect health Because men and women are nut perfectly wise they must tike medicines to keep them selves perfectly healthy Pure rich blood IIis the basis of good health Hoods Sar saparilla ill the Cue True Blood Purifier It give good health because it builds upon the true foundationpure blood perIfect1beneficial BIrellpI route to Goodloe in Miiguflin county where he will meet with twenty other I revenue officers under command ot Chief i Deputy Gates end make a two bII raid in the Sandyvalley To The PublicuHaving disposed of my tock of inert chandise and retired from business I de sire all who are indebted to me bnoh account or otherwise to call and settle at once I can be found at my old stand I IIO atteutionDThankful for your past patrouago I am Respectfully yours JOHN MI KOSK Hazel Green May fi lulu Elder J T Pieratt returned Monday evening from n trip to Menifee county much improved in health and reports that while there he held a meeting of ten days ntMt Pleasant church on fctono i quarry fork of Salt Lick which reMilted j in 37 additions to the church Bm lilrIj not speaks in the highest terms of the people of that section as being among the most clever he ever had any dealings with treat interest was manifested InII the meeting just closed and Elder att leaves again this morning to renew I his labors at Upper Salt Lick in Bath countyLlihtelnI i Net DroM Whata FunnY NameSIVery True hut It Kills All Pain Salt lwrywhen Every Day Wltheut Relief Thera IIs U Patl Jesse Hatoy a son of Harve Halwy ij of CHfty in this county wan thrown from his horse Sunday morning near I Goodwins Chapel and seriously if nut i fatally injured After lit wow thrown the horse stepped on or kicked him in two head and the attending physicians thought brain fever would set in I IWANTJuTo trade a good top buggy n combined bay mare buggy harness and a gold watch and chain for cattle or bossSAGHEEXWADK Hazel Green Ky WA1TCDA reliable lady or gentle anti make a tlcraan to distribute samples house to house canvnrs for our Vegetable Toilet SualI und PuiurUvoriuS tx tract 40 to fir a month easily made I Address Crofts ft Reed Clkao III 611i JENGLISHr Regular Meals 25 conts Meals to order at all11our8 RrnaHt frnn f 110 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0pmt roar Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS xI1IQII1s z itlllltw WOLFE COUNTY Lane Locals Mrs G W Tyra who has been dangerously tick for tome time Iis better Joseph Cundifl of Breathttt county Is studying law under Esq J N Cnamber Excuse me for not writing sooner I hate been busy in my canvass for mat rimony Thot C Uollon la trying for the post office at Campion I think Tom will be a Republican yet Jonathan Hollon hat just returned from the Mt Sterling stuck market and repirta the market dull Elder H F Dunegan of Morgan coun ty passed through hero en route to I county to bold amtiof I11 Mrs lloyd aged Sb years mother of Mrs D C Miller died at the home of her daughter on the 21st inst where she had ben living for many years The Ho W L Gore has moved to I Stillwater and is teaching a singing school there with 40 scholars They hue a parade every Saturday evening with fife and drum music furnished by Jos C Chamber and Henry Hollon They are preparing for a Fourth of July cole bration and if they are ns successful e they have been in singing they will have a good time May 23 SitANuuu MORGAN I I COUNTYII Exel Evolutions Born to John Adiuns and wife twin a boy and girl Mrs Gllly Pieratt of Maytown iill visiting Eli Picralt mid wife wnllILykins attended1 the burial of their little niece here last WednesdayII Mr Dock Hicks and Mrs Lillie lien i ry of Frenchburg were guest of S D Pieratt Saturday and Sunday George King and Mrs Martha Simp son of llarrtaiii county were hero Inst week guests of Itnbl Woolery The remains of little Lillio Lykins the 11ycnr old daughter of KanuyLyj kips was brought from Oincr tu tin cemetery hero for intvrniuiit MayI the bereft family ever remember that better far Is eleven years of purity and inno cence than aII cycle of guilty lust amid to them is extended the sympathy wf all May 21 AISA Fit mI Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April I 189B VEST 13I NIx NIL NHA STATIONS i Ko t j Sundnv ItUex UIIonhj I SiiniUy j Lexington 10 00 tun 0t 60 pat 4 11 pm pmtlinehestcri pnFairlic1 ptlludiunI I pn1i4i I SiMiitnn I S 10 MM A US pm U W HIII lI A 1 MIII- d 47 pm 10 IS mil OIl1i 13 1 as piliI 10 17 urn RmII sat QJ I 27 pm 10 07 RmI Torrent 7 24 am I 14 inn i ii 11I HeattyvV Jc 7 tO nm 3 rh pm S nm Three tkl C Iit M Rill S ISI pm Is 00 nm Athol flI 12 am 3 21 pm IS am i KlkHtn va tl 08 nm 2 M pall 0 no nm Juoknon 100 MIII 2 M pin n1O nm EAST BOUND I u tI ti STATIONS exIlullII I I IIInli 1701S dll1 0 la out 2 4i H Iii situ i tin Rill Winchester 3 07 pmt H 40 nm K 10 nm Falrllc 1 21 8 M am S 14 urn Imljnn FM 1 37 nm I i 24 HIII Clay City 3 fJ3 pntl0IR nm i l 115 nm pmFilpucejNt Urltlae 4 37 pm 10 1111 J2c1 pun I 1111IlIeaU1vI iTnrevFki l fi 26 pm 11 01 RillI 2S IlnIj Aural f 4a pm II 22 am I 41 12 pm Klkttuwu U 12 111111U 4d nm 1 ok pm Jncktnn 0 20 mill Mum I A 20 pm No 1 uiul 2 arrive nnd tlopnrt fun t A O Ill Ion depot at Lexington All frrlcht trains arrive and deport from Xethcrland J D LIVIN08TON Vice 1rct and Gen IanI CI1A8 SCOTT lien Vn Agent j T C JOIt lot J H SWAXO- OCampion Hai 1 Grven JOHNSON SWAN- GOATTORNBYSATLAW I I I war lrctic4 1ntln WtJrc ununtr tuft courti Collections lrom and node abstracts of title inrolihea IIn1JJ l It IIwe 1 lff f rIEti I cTT llti LOVB Yill sell you tfI I08FFBB pric08eWhite Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 ctg a pound All other goods in proportion Como and see me I will raakf Ol happy nmiou will fool like yousumoyoimoans u Cash transaction Dont ask for credit Respectfully H F PIERATT f j l HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY ifjflj Normal and Preparatory School r Y Special courses in Bible ShortII IIjjJI J hand mental and and Typewriting Plain Drawing and ornaII 1 1L1JIIt J IDIolpllne0 1JI Ilire next torn of ton weeks begins MONDAY MAitm 30 1890I attention curd work will be given to those who want to A prlIUIlO for teaching All olioV brunches of the XWMIIIIUII t choel l tiptJ1 l i 28ifill to review their schoolwork fur till corning J cr 1nrllrtilnriICORD Principal ritIIlu1 Uren Krnlurkt f rhtjy JXLk LineBETWEEN TORRENT HAZEL GREEN WB HACK I1 l SUNIAYiro MVCXT StaMcOno Torrent l suppliedwithnubileftdrtravelernmlthopiitronugeT TAYXiOlt DAY r ooo c BEW EJIEBPBISEI toA I Having sold my Stable I hare gene into the BUSINESS and till MakeuelIlyprlccaJOHN H PIERATT OverProfit PillStill ifjOct our Great Catalogue and Buy ors Guide Well send k lot 13 cents in aump to pay part portagt- cr expressage The JBooirs free ooeciSa life Mia yea what ytm sunlit tc pay WMtM yat yetw e nee Oaeprelltkewpasherttss Seth JKONTQOMERY WARD A CO H et5tealetsslfielttM Me MAfcnJB 11111 MkM MAvf gjiliif I itI Il r b I TABLER1 DUOk EYE Pick 1 OINTMENT i is pQTtll1uirdlart A lURE and ORTAINOn kneWft fer i yesa + IEIT REMIEDifnrC zi It JAJOJ R 1 11 UDJ T i i PP fm S p r f L i r f tr t AlII l THE HERALD I N Awy r J ri tr II VlMCKCEKCOOPElt FubllBhoti I j J It v nAZBL GREEN ytttMQi 1 iJJ t i ONE HEARTIJ eometiracfUnKcnrfr the JIlt J Of friends lost in other da3IAndltOl the question Rrih itt4 vtayi Them amsone shall t be milled r I doubt jf others think the same aOver wish to share my thought tr w Thatftnen were foolish who have sought 4 t y0 cav a nov rcslnlr name t lhen thou hats run thy earthly meeIThou wilt not leave a world In tears Nor wilt men conic In after years t To view thine earthly restingplace V Thy poor remains will rest as well ita Thy iplrlt will bo no less free a Although It Is not thine to be A Milton or a Raphaelr Fret not thyself but Heaven thank If all the good that thou canst do May bo done that only few Need ever know thy place U blank Be thankful If but one true heart f tMtfhall feel for theo tho moments pain Ere It can say Wo meet again ttoptkobwlns what Ills to part One loving heart thou mnyest crave Lest all thou car lnt for on earth Shall seem to have no lasting worth And end forever In tho grave One faithful heart beneath tho sky In which to leave a seed of love To blossom In a world above And bear a fruit which shall not die a std d rc J HoiJon in Chambers Journal i tfHJUi DUEL AT LAS SALINAS HoWVnquoro and Comauelm- Fought for a Girl i Her Fntlteri 1rumUn to thin Indian Chief 3 llrpudliktrcl by lli r Lover unit tliu XluAitlou bottled with dhow and- T A Mu Utt unit Mtmt ArNM 4 i Don Mariano Dolgndo mill his Amur 1 d tcli fl Ion their wn to late Solin- netralo to the iIlFc Qt the mesa where 4dcps t nbrup Ut flown to the lower Je- tt Alba4yC i They t eroMO inljes ea + t of the Ill u querglieThere lay before then I af wide plain which ruse into to v tablelands tHY to the south niit east tQ the nqithwost f tlferc the bold handsome p pIflalnr mountains Upon thin miles away from tho foot of the 1 lulfsn two largo circular Spots shone dazzlingly white Don Marian point eOitlieir out to lila companion TTlioy are the rullnaK ho said ow let us look for the wagons They t Ahtt lugtL IThree wagons drawn each bj four mules came round n bend of tho mesa atiits toot crawling along toward the i wereiJ goIf altiI them then sold Don Mariano j and tho two horsemen picked their won I down the rough burro trail to the plain gallopItlu salt lakes for the sallnas liter rally rare lake basins packed solidly with 1art of their surface was smooth and level like a water surface Other 1 places vero rough and dug out in great At holes Title cellars showing where salt t gatherers had been at work Deeply Worn trails led to the lakes from the north the west and the south and tilt ground about thom urns trodden with the feel of sheep horses and cattle and the wild beasts of the plain drawn fe hither t y their hunger for snit 6 Obiiig out upon ono of the Imsins for n closer examination the American 4 found that the pure white salt seen upon the surface was only an incrusta tion a half inch thick nod that beneath this stratum the salt was darker as if discolored by earthy matter Plloty came the salt beds here ho nil Don Mariano Are there salt sl rings at the Bottom of the basin 1 3truot don shrugged1 his shoulders Slbe he answered They hnvVilwiiyB1 been here The Spanish col onists who first came to New Mexico 300 years ago got their salt here unit their descendants have done the SMIIIO t ato this day Since time railroad nits tie salt we use on our tables and tiiuoh tKVffwaJUBS tati other purposes is tbVpugh frvbi tho States Yet ninny of Mhe liativo Wople 4tll1 get their wilt from here asfru vttnms come torcln- yto get thoyears supply for the nock upon my ranches The trails yosee ctinctring here are worn by the travel of hundreds of years And tho buffalo and antelope in old times knew the sa llnns Ah I did not think an antelope wiiKleff 10 near the HioGrandc At the further end of the further basin three antelope stood at the edge eagerly nibbling salt Their hunger for I suit had overcome their fear of man WanSRhfeyhictcd na It unaware of the two i t men y ho watched the timid graceful 1 OH the don went on ttcretJSill rCmembclthetinie when we hadto have weapon in our hands anti n yoodfiiied party when we came here J for salt The Moscalero Apachwi and thq XOlljOCS Were liable to come au1 far- dithbM trF Snit lakes and they were always hostile The Obmnnches were supr n posctl tobe friendly with the Xqir Mex iouf bUfbv n thej were not nlwnys to r nJf 11es fbcy Iue1 s weakparty ti t r I lout on the plains There has been a deal of Indian fighting first and instgt about these basins and the trails lAdlnffJ to tJiem There WOK a duel ought here many years ago that was veryremnrknblblt oceurrccllong before I was born but the story has been handed down in our family for my grandfather Don 1orflrio Delgndowns present when it occurred It came about through a fooish promise that a Mexican made a Comanche chief which he thought he would never be called on to fulfill The man watt a Comannhero OB we say who went out on the plains every year to trade with the Comanchcs To carry through a bargain or to help himself out of some tight place he promised the Indian that he would give him his daughter for a wife when she should have grown large enough to marry He was not called on redeem his promise for be was dead when the Indian demanded the girl but it made trouble enough for other people as you shale hear if you cure to listen to the storyIt came about in this way My grandfather lon Porllrio Dclgndo hind come froth his hacienda out to tin ealinas in August with n large party of his people to get his years supply of snit They crone with a earnvan ol puck mules rind carrettas ax we call the oldtime carts made wholly of wood and rawhide and drawn by oxen yoked by the horns So many ot his men at that season of the year were away herding sheep and cattle that to fill up his party he hind btought with him some of the women that lived on his estate to help in their pliiees Among theoComantheroH daughterl then an or phan girl 1C years old Our people you know mature early and she wns a young woman at that time and a hand some one Francisco Sogiirn a young vanrjuero in my grandfathers employ thought so at any rate snd since she vas onu of the Mrty lie had conic along to hurt the cattle and mules of the out fit On the third day nftcr arriving at the Hilinns they hail all their carts smith puck mules loaded with strait They were yoking up time oxen rowdy for start for home whan n Imml of Indians sine riding toward them from tlm mewis Not knowing what tribe they might belong to the Mexican drew timesmules mid oxen got their firearm ready sad waited When the Indian mine near our people they saw that they were ConiMiehoM amid felt easier In their inlnils but stll they knew that they could not trust them Very fur ii- pencespite of the fnet them they were at with the New Mexicans The Indiums halted just out of gun shot train the caravan for theysign that our people had firearms and wero on their guard Hut their chief n large tinelooking Indian with war pnlnt on his face gave tho pence sign and rode toward tho caravan Before ho hud came hnlf way1on 1orflrlo recognized him und time Mexicans who had taught against the Comanchesin the past KHid Mt IK Pantnrito AHknew the name for ho was one of thu brmest mind must warlike of the chiefs that rode on the plains Mnnuelitn knew about him and nt his coming she shrank behind tIll other women and drew her nsboso about her face Hut he xnv her MyI grnndfHther hiss often described to me the way Kantnrito looked as It+ mile up to them on the war home h splendid mustang full of fire smith s ood He wore n huntingbhiltt fringed Ileg l ings and mooeasins of buckskin and in his black streaming ht ir were three eagles feathers Hung to his neck by a buckskin thong and testing on his brood sinewy chest was n great star of gold set with precious stones that he had taken from time uniform of sonic dead Mexican officer of high rank Across his buck was slung his low anti quiver of arrows and hu carried hia lung dunce in his hand When we hind come quite near tho party he stopjunl and spoke to my grandfather calling him by name for they hail met before in war nUll pewee lie spoke In Spanish for It wns told of him that he had been educated nt a Kmus I can Father school from whieh he had run away to join his wild trades a men j Senor Delgmlp he said will you choose ponce or war Wewould have jionco answered my grandfather Why shoukl wo fight The Comanehes and the New Mexican are friends Then glve uhf tome the girl Maim umtu its Her father promised her to me when slit was H cilia live her to me smith there shall be peace and gifts ltwc m us Don 1orflrlo looked townrd Manuel its She prod sunk to the ground her face ashy pale her look inII of horror 4llImt Is this Ute chief says asked the dpit uf her What does he mean by saying that your fnthur promised you to 1illlll Is it true She lifted her hemp It is false 1 she cried My fa ther never meant it llqhnd no right to give me a Christina girl to an Indian Don 1orllrio looked very grave He saxv that some sort of promise had been made and knew that whether or not the father had spoken in jest or had n right to give it it would make no difference with the chUf who was there with his behind him anti meant to have the girlmo one knew better thorn toy grandfather the dangers nnd evil conso ueaces of ft fight with the COiuuucbc ic O t i V at that time and outon the lonely plain encumbered with loaded vragons nng for owoy4ro1DWDterIIf 1V to A thi1zd ttJllJfi jy s r t ePt and the Indians outnumbered time meD two to one The Comnnches had no fircanns but they were braveJlghters and could do deadly work at close qx ters with their bows rind arrows Anil 1 then the women If the Indians were victorious there there was a certain nnd tcrsiblc fate for the men but that of the women was as certain and worse Manuclita was only an orphan girl whose father hud been of no very good repute and she hind no relatives living to toke up her case 1 Lot the Comanchcros daughter be given up to the chief whispered some of the Mexicans Whoso wives and daughters were with them She Is but one and it will save the lives of marry Her father liked the Comanches well enough and she may get along as weil among them And did he notpromisc her to Sunturlto- Manuelita heard or felt these whis ipers and shuddered beneath the reboso she had drawn over her face But there was one who cattle to her and took her handin his and stood by her saying that he would protect her while his life should Install was Francisco Segura tho vnqucroniici his c xnmllc ecour age to others Don lorfrio was not u tuna of a cowards Vay of thinking Tie1 would protect his own whatever might befall and Manuelltn was of his house hold He knew the jlskjiewas taking for hiuisulf and his people when he said I Snnturito time girl is not willing to- go pier father hind no right to say who should hove her when sic was ir little child She is under my protection an1 shall remain with her own people sine he so chooses See here is n colt fit for breaking next year which I hnyo reared to bo my own horse I will give him to you in acquittance of her In thers promises The chief laughed scornfully and made a gesture of contempt I will give you my own saddle be sides time don continued so that you may be equipped Inn manner befitting a great chief when you mount the colt next year SnntnritoK look u ny black nod he plainly wu impatient to end thc tulh- lagl I care nothing for your colt and saddle he said lie giil I still have with no store words or waiting Fo1 the last time I ask you shall I take her in peniM or in war Let It be war since you still have it so said on Iorfirio growing nnpy In turn I have olVered you all I have to Kin Snntarlto gave a swift glance round tounnl his Imnd and lifted hula lanobi Hut he reniaincd where he was rnd did not give time signal to his men to attack lie was not tho head chief of lilt tribe and it was a serious timing for him to brookI a treaty on his own responsibility Beside he knew Mint if it mine to battle some of his men would be killed however tho affair turned in the end We may settle the matter anotimr way if you choose he said Come out anti fight mo singlehanded before all our men Face to face we will de chIc whether I or your people shall have tho girl Or if you mire too old send one of your younger men He looked1 sS he upokent Franei co Segurn standing at ManuiditaH nHo At his word Francibco tookn step for ward 1 will fight you he sailed out lou 1arfirio giveI mo leave to fight till Comnnohe chief SH atarito looked at him and 11is lip curled I am a chief he saidtnd lit is only n cowherd Hut let him come out stud ill killed I will carry his svilp on my Pumice when 1 ride with Mnn uelita hack to our llIcheriu Cio since you ash it and God bo with you wild the don to Francisco Hut ride my black horse You know him fur you broke him an a colt Ho will not Hindi or fail our On the lions black hontc the swift est in thu Kio Gm mutate nlloy Francisco rode out to meet time chief Ho ear tied in his hand n gun and upon his MtOdh horn his ttrnl1en lasso was loofcc ly colled The women lamented null the men looked very THVI tit hisI pros pear for he could g ve but a single shot with his gun while the Indian quiver tray full of arrows everyone of uhichm ins could tend in jiiruly in tit time it would taut Frttnel co ti reload imps piece And then tinre xas tho In lice and FrumSHOO hind none Snnturito OCt back kifpiuif to the left until he 91 rvnehrd a ntM fqin Ily distill l from hn bandIIndt i be cunt VHII IrmiviMo took up a similar IMiIr hon on tho right and tho two faced each other 100 hundred prances apart The Indian laid his lance in the loops of his saddle smith took his bow and half a doxen arrows in his hand Then with a shout to his pony he dashed upon Francisco waiting to receive him with fusil raised Half way to him the Comanche swung down sfdcwiae from his saddle so that his ponys body should completely protect him from A shot smith swerved the animall to pass Francisco in n circle At the saute time from under its neck he sent arrow after arrow nt him as fast as one could count The second arrow sent struck Fran ciscos saddle und the next pawed through his sleeve grazing his shoul der At the same moment he fired aim ing to hit the Comnnchcs head be neath the jwnys neck The bullet s rs 17ut r missed Sautnrlto but it was a uckyII slidtidk alt that for it struck his breaking it Instantly the Indian BYftriiffnipiln his saddle graped his Jaflccnud charged straight at his one nty tFrancisco set spurs to his horse to met the hnrge at the same moment 4Iftingt rom his Bnddltjhorn the coils ot his lasso With thu gun held in his left hand he parried the lance thrust wheeled his horse behind the Indians pony n8 it went by like a flash and flung his lasso over Srinfarito ills aim was 4nrc Tlftr mioSe fell over the Com onohrfrfiiehd and shoulders and before he could throw it oft Francisco hnd cnughj aturi of the rnhlod rope nbouJ hjs saddle horn wheeled Its horse and set tie spurS hard into his flunks With a bound the fiery animal was oft And away jerking the Indian from hid saddle over his ponys back and drag ping him helpless over the prairie An lie fell to the ground time lasso slipped above1 ills Bhoulderfe but tightened again about his ucck and held At sight of this thy Indians gave their war cry and Iiter1 1 for Francis co He did not pUll reIn until they were half way to hhn Then he checked hliJ horse Ileaped to the ground turcw the tinssotronn the Indiums neck the neck was broken plunged his knife twice jnjto the Comanohes heart to make hiI worksure took the gold stdr front the chiefs breast nail springing to the wlthjiti The Indians pulled up their onicsm fore getting yity near the Mexican party and turned hack to where their dead chief lay They fnad no further hostile move but scorned stunned and downcast at the result of the duel i They did not wait taunt hut rode away to the eastward in the direction where their rancherlas lay carrying with them Santnritos bodV bound across back of his war horse tiltII This is the tory of the duel at ftnj SiJiiuiH Francisco of moms was agent I hero aftcr thettTnlr He married t tf11dcMiquoro on my grandfathers ranemeyi so they were both prosperous und hap py When after mummy years his work j lug days wore over his son took hit place on nVrmdiorVestate lust as Don Mariano finished hii story time sound of hoofbouts near at l hand caused the two to look round The approaching wagons wer still s I mile nutty but the foreman had riddcr ahead to select the spot where time should haul up He was a stalwart handsome Mexican about JO years o ago and the American noted Inca per feet seat in the saddle He rode up fcII tlfenl bowed respectfully and stout i awaiting any orders that Don Murhuu might have to give Have you your gold medal with you Francisco asked tho don after teen talk about the location of time wagom was ended For answer the Mexican unit his huntIr inside his shirt collar anti drew forth lurgebKtur of gold somewhat dulled am worn but still holding several of tillI brilliants wih which it lead once heeL thickly set oll1OlOC You are taking goodwill of it said DUll Mariano Then tllrnI lug to the American It if the golf star that his grandfather took 70 year ago on this spot from SantnrltoN Y Sun NEW DRESS MATERIALS Changes In Aluko to how In Itpilmii Sh- In r the way of new materials for th spring and the summer mohairs got hair cloth Imroges gronadinei ounva will bo preferred to cropoiiH For mor drossy wear soft satins and glace silk with printed patterns taffetas chint with lowers without loaves and nut confused designs Tulle will be mud in vogue for bulls HndovoniiigdroKMOv In the mule there will probably ttwo distinct changes namely tin sleeves reduced In size and skirt t trimmed either with flounces or bows 01 Louis XV ribbon Hut the general ft feet will bo pulFy and voluminous es peelally with the cities in light mate rinds covered with frills or llouuces ruches riblwns and what not There Is also n question on the sub jeer of iiumonse collars spread out in the Modleis style being adopted We shall lot IfJiifyidmi takes later on In the way of bojjwts rf 11 liters ate- tryingtb bring In hp 1n wide ribbon strings tieill under the chin hut as it tifTiot becbiniHirt umLalKo wnrin modo in summer it IN more than likely thi ntephftTheate in size the cnpototi small the ormi modts plnccil hUh rather than wide anti consisting principally of masses of flowers quite hiding time foundation form violets roses primnxes bye clitths also rich Iomimtlour ribbon in silk and gnuae Very few feathers are used A hat in black drawn net is almost concealed with a quantity of shAded carnations and large bows of green and pink glare ribbonN Y Mercury I There can be no friendship without virtue for that intimacy which amongst good men is called friendship becomes faction when subsists among the unprlnclpledSailustGod her pole tormentor misery Bryant 4 J j h flU 7 fVOUIPeople find just the help they so muck need lu Hoods Sarsaparilla It fto atshca the dcsUed strength by purify ing vitalizing and enriching1 the blood arid thus builds up tho nerves taaqr the stomach and regulates the wholt system Read this I want to praise Holds Sarsaparlllt gtpptAfterwere badly affected no that I could nptdp my own work Our physician gave set I scale help but did not cure I decided te I try Hoods Sarsaparilla Soon 1 could de tomy own housework I have u- keiCured SnniQpnrlllathoy set aj 44bo without thorn I have taken 13 bottles oi IIJCIIoIlligt hnrtlas over Limo past summer and I ILI thankful to say 1 am wcl Hondi lIu + wheel tal en with Hoods Sarsaparilla bell very much JIll AL M MUSACNQM Prcoholcl Perm This and many other cures provo t- hisHoods Sarsaparilla RthoOncTrur Hoo l PurlfiiT Alldrucelsuik Prepared only by C 1 Ilcxxlcfo Lowell Mau Hoods PII1Sact easily pmmptlr fah- t cctivcly i5 cents J I 4 SYMPATHYIRffiifrd All People Alike In m Coorteow Alntiiir- riroVacc CJreeloy once said doubt Tvhetber man woman or child whitcor black bouul or free virtuous or vi claims ever accosted or reached forth t hand to Abraham Lincoln and detect ed iu his cdiiutonanco or manner nnj rcpug4iuuco or shrinking from the prof fered Contact nay assumption of supo rioritj1 or betrayal of disdain Frederick Uouglas tilt orator nod patliotlis credited with saving Mr Linooljt is the only white man wlti whom I have ever talked or in whose presence I have ever been who did cot consciously or unconsciously betraj to me that he recognized my color George Hancroft the historian iV luding to this characteristic which ffM never so conspicuously manifested during the darker days of the farf beautifully illustrates it in these men orahle words As a child in1 a dark night on a rugged way catching hold of the hand of its fattier for guidutct and support Lincoln dung fast to the hand of the people and moved calmly through the gloom d POKTKT Fcp She sontlincntali ll rsalllrIrcttyitotUJhasI Gladness Com With n better understanding of- tt nature of the ninny pJJ ical ills which vanish before proper forts gentle effortspleasanteftortp rightly directed There iis comfort thu knowledge that so many foncSf sickness art not due to any actual w ease but simpiy to n eonstimtedco tion of the system which time pleas family lotivo Syntpof Figs prod ly remove That is why it is the w remedy with milllonsof 5- Deverywhere esteemed so highly b1 tvi who value good health Its bcne effects are due to time fact that iLls lone remedy which promotes interI cleanliness without dcnlitatlrip J organs o i winch it nets I t is thenf all important in order to grt its l nVIul efTfcs to imto when voP chase that you have the genuine W cle which is manufactured by the C i toldallIf in the enjoyment of good hel and the system is regular laxative othor remedies are then not needed afflicted with any actual disease J- nay be commended to the most spolb physicians but if in need of n Innw- I no should have the best Dud with i SJUPit iscdandgivesmostgcncralsatisfact There is just a little petizing bite to HI Rootbeer just a sm of life and good did done in tempera r ItSf1tte N TTUIII z u gh- I J i U 1 F II 10 4 I iIJ t t w AIjii1ttt u TTA a r J ftjLIKE A GARDEN f iF I II I Rank Weeds Grow AnTdhgtiHq Foweri That Blossom ttl- a t e i la Cllrft 1arthly Garden Where the Fragrance ot Goptl tVork and Fdltu olf4E tlm Thorps Tliiit llltlo ilfencath the Hoor Dr TttJninfjo Sermon Dr Talmages text last Sunday wasi Isaiah Ivlll 11 Thou shall bollkoa watered garden The Hlble Is a great poem Wo have In it faultless rhythm and bold Imagery and startling antithesis and rapturops lyric nod sweet pastoral and instructive narrative and devotional psalm thoughts expressed in stylo moro solemn than that of Montgomery more bold than that of Milton more terrible than that of Dante moro natural than that of Wordsworth morn Impassioned- than l that of Pollock moro tender than that of Cowpor more weird than that ofSpenserThis poem brings all time gems of the earth into its coronet and it weaves time flames of judgment Into its garlands and pours eternal harmonics In its rythm Everything this JJoolc touches it makes beautiful from the plain stones of the summer threshing floor to the daughters of Nahor filling the trough for tho camels from tho fish pools of Heshbon up to tho Psalm 1st praising God with tho diapason of storm and whirlwind and lops Imagery of Orion Arcturus and the PleiadesMy lends us into a scene of summer redolence The world has had a great many beautiful gardens Charle magne added to the glory of his reign by decreeing that they bo established all through tho realmdeciding even the names of tho flowers to be planted there Henry IV at Montpelier es tablished gardens of bewitching beauty and luxuriance gathering Into them Alpine Pyrcnean and French plants One of the sweetest spots on earth was the garden of Shenstone the poot His writings have made but little im pression on tho world but his garden The Leasowcs will bo im mortal To tho natural advantage of that placo was brought tho perfection of art Arbor and terrace and slope and rustic temple and reservoir and urn and fountain hero had their crowning Oak and yew and hazel put forth their richest foliage There was no life moro diligent no SOul more ingenious than that of Sheaf atone and all that diligence and genius he brought to the adornment of that one treasured spot Ho gave 1300 for it ho sold it for 17000 And yet I am to tell you today of a richer gar den than any 1 have mentioned It is the garden spoken of in mv text tho garden of the church which belongs to Christ Ho bought it ho planted it he owns it and ho shall have It Walter Scott In his outlay at Abbottsford ruined his fortune and now in the crimson flowers of those gardens you can almost think or imagine that you see the blood of that old mans broken heart Tho payment of the Inst 1100 000 sacrificed him But I have to tell you that Christs life and Christs death were tho outlay of this beautiful garden of tho church of which my text speaks Oh how many sighs and tears and pangs and agonies Tell me ye women who saw him hang Tell me ye execu tioners who lifted him and let him down Toll me thou sun tint dldstIc hide ye rocks that fell Christ loved tho church and gave himself for it If the garden of tho church belongs to Christ certainly he has a right to walk In it Come then 0 blessed Jesus today walk up and down these aisles and pluck what thou wilt of sweetness for thyselfMTime church in my text is appropriately compared to a garden because it Is the place of choice flowers of select fruits and of thorough irrigation That would be a strange garden in which there were no flowers If no where else they would be along the borders or at tho gateway The home liest taste will dictate something If it hollyhoelrordahlia larger means then you will find the Mexican cactus and blazing azalea and clustering oleander Well now Christ comes to Ills garden and Ho plants thcro soino of tho brightest spirits that ever flowered upon tho world Some of them are violets inconspicuous but sweet as Heaven You have to search and find them You do not see them very often perhaps but you find where they have been by the brightened face geranium curtains keeping out the glare of the sunlight They are perhaps moro like tho ranunculus creeping sweetly amid givingkisshas had In his way some great black thoyhavofloweryjasminecrevices Theso flowprs in Christs garden arc not like tho sunflower gaudy In the light but wherever darkness hovers over a soul that needs to nightblooming plantshatMexican caclusthdYnV without love liness within men with sharp pa fits of waracter They wound almost every are that touches them They aro hard J TIJUtf I l JtfJL ngtltInbuttI firpncascsaihs tY l F onlFy l tiroverya r tasdoI Of 101 Ahrii+ bi t11rlt t tthoelderi I equtyoltminrprtemp I 1 flvo I minutes you YQJA lgt mrr l rightthouc 4hseventhu r I lhallj I Isaid11hyI j t 1violent1 li largo quantity of water Into tho milk thabwildo1 1 him down lln you think Iought tojoi rm the church Nevertheless that yery saute man who was so harsh in his be havior loved Christ and could not speak of sacred things without tears of emotion and affection Thorns with sweetness spechuienThere aro 5thers planted in Christs s alwayimpressiveniQre huo that wo occasionally find called Giants of Battle tho Martin Imthcrs St Pauls Chrysostoms Wickliffes Latimcrs and Samuel Uutlfbrfords What in other men is a spark In them is a conflagration Vherithcy sweat they sweat great drops of blood Whet they pray their prayer takes tire W huni they preach it is a Pcntueosf WhcnVi they tight it is nThormopylac When they die it is a martyrdom You find a great many ruses lu tub gardens but only a few Giants of Battle Men say Why dont you liavomoroof them In tho church I say Why dont you have In tho world more Hum boldts and Wellingtons God gives to some ten talents to another one In the garden of time church which Christ has planted I also find the snowdrops beautiful but cold lholcing seemingly another phase of winter I mean those Christians who are precise in their tastes uulmpassioned pure as snowdrops andas cold They never shed any tears they never got excited they never say anything rashly th6y never do anything precipitately Their pulses never flutter their nerves never twitch their indignation never boils over They live longer than most people but their life is in a minor Ikey They never run up to C above the stuff In their music of life they have no staccato passages Christ planted them in the church and they must be of some service or they would not bo there snowdrops always snow dropsBut I havo not told you of tho most beautiful flower of nil this garden spoken of in my text If you see a century plant your emotions aro started You say Why this flower has been a hundred years gathering up for ono bloom and it will bo a hundred years more before other petals will come out But I will have to tell you of u plant that was gathering up front nil eternity and that nineteen hundred years ago put forth its bloom never to wither It is the putslat ylant of tho Cross Prophets foretold it Bethle hem shepherds hiked uponrftlit the bud rockTfihoolfarHirJuurting and the dead got Vp in heir windhng sheets to see its full bloom It is a crimson flower blood at the roots blood on tho branches blood on nil tho leaves Its perfume Is to fill all the nations Its breath is Heaven Come 0 winds from the north and winds front the south and winds front the east and winds from tho west and bear to all the earth the swect smell ing savor of Christ my Lord Ills worth It nil tho nations know Sure limo wholo earth would lova him too Again tho church may be appropri ately compared to a garden because it is a place of fruits That would bo a strango garden which had In It no berries no plums or peaches or apri cots The coarser fruits are planted In the orchard or they arc set out on the sunny hillside but the choicest fruits are kept In tho garden So In the world outside tho church Christ has planted a great many beautiful things patience charity generosity integri ty but ho intends the choicest fruits to bo kept in the garden and if thuy are not there then shame on the church Religion is not a mere sentimental ity It is a practical life givhng healthful fruitnot posies but apples Oh said somebody hI dont see what your garden of the church has yielded In reply I ask where did your asylums come from and your hospitals and your institutions of mercy Christ planted every one of themhe planted them in his garden When Christ gave sight to Bartlmcus ho laid tho corner stone to every blind asylum that has been built When Christ soothed the demoniac of Galileo ho laid tho corner stone of every lunatic asylum that has been established When Christ said to tho sick man Take up thy bed and walk ho laid tho cornerstone of every hospital tho world hlUl ever seen When Christ snldHI was in prison and ye visited me ho laid the corner atone of prison reform association thatevery has tvcr been organized The Church of Christ Is a glorious garden and it is full of fruit t law sr IraWR aW there is seine pdiorfl tilt In iU Irjcnow there are some weeds that rhitJLobe thrown over thQ fence I v there are veto crabapple treesi t ought to bo out lvln1 know oughtlltt o Sofitrpjj the whole garden because of a ite gnarled fruit You will find rInt afcu lenwrs In ontatnbleau an I erl that sting In tib fairy groves ot- i Chump Klysees You do not tear wn anti destroy tho whole garden ofjand women in the church who Sj6t to bo there but let us be frank an aQinit the fact that in there are huu djjeds anti thousands and tons of thousands of glorious Christian men and Wjpmon holy blessed useful coast grated mind triumphant There is no grander nobler collection m all tin earth than the collection of Christians I Inhere are Christian mon In this house whoso religion Is not a matter of psalm singing or church going rol- 1lIIorrow morning that religion will just as consistent nod con in their worldly occupation nsI leapt them ut that communion table There are women hero today of a higher typeof character than Mary of Bethany They not only sit at tho feet of Christ but they go out Into tho kitchen to help Martha in her work that she stay sit there too Thcro is a woman who has a drunken husband who has exhibited moro faith patience and courage than Bidley in tho fire Ho bnsbeenis a man who has been 15 years on his back unable to feed himself yet calm and peaceful as though he lay on ono of tho green brinks of Heaven watching tho oarsmen dip their paddle in tho forystal river Why it seems tome this nionuint as if St Paul throw to us a p41L kilts catalogue of the fruits grdwing in this great garden of Christ love joy peace patience charity brotherly kindness gentleness mercy glorious fruit enough to fill all tho baskets of earth stud leaven Again tho church in my text is ap propriately called a garden because it is thoroughly Irrigated No garden could prosper long without plenty of water I havo seen U garden in the midst of n desert yet blooming and luxuriant All around us was dearth and barrenness but there were pities aqueducts reaching from tills garden up to tho mountains and through those aqueducts the water came streaming down and tossing up into beautiful1 fountains until every root and leaf and flower was saturated That is like the church Time church is a garden in the amidst of a great desert of bin and suffering but it is well irrigated for our eyes are unto tho hills from whence cometh our help From tho mountains of Gtds strength there flow down rivers of gladness There is a river tho stream whereof shall make glad the cityof ourGod Preaching the Gospel is one of the aqueducts Tim Bible is another Baptisms and the Lords Supper dew aqueducts Pate to slake the thirst water to wash tiu unclean water tossed high up in tho light of time Son of Righteousness showing us time rainbow around tin throne Oil was there ever a garden so thoroughly irrigated You lawn that the beautful of Versailles anti Chatsworth depends very much upon tho great supply of water I came to tho latter place Chatsworth one day when strangers are not to be admitted but an inducement which always seem ed as potent with an Englishman as nil naellcllu I got in nUll then the gardener went fur up above the stairs of stone anti turned on tho wa ter I saw it gleaming on the dry pavement coming down from stop to step until it camu so near I could hear tho musical rush mind ail over time high broad stairs it came foaming flashing roaring down until sun light anil wave in glocsome wrestle tumbled at my fuel So it ila with the church of God JJvorythlnj conies from above pardon from above joy from above adoption from above sanctiflcation from nboy Hark I hear the latch of tho garden gatt and I see who is coming 1 hear the voice of Christ 1 um come Into my garden I say Come in OJcnus we have been waiting for thee wall all through the paths look at time flowers look at tho fruit pluck that which thou wilt for thyself Jesus comes into the garden and up to that old man gad touches him and says Almost home father not many moro aches for theo I will never leave thee take courage a little longer and I will steady thy tottering stops and I will soothe thy troubles and give thee rest Courage old man Then Christ goes up another garden path and Ho comes to a soul in trouble anti says Pence all is well I havo seen thy tears I have heard thy prayer Time sun shall not smite then by day nor the moon by night The Lord shall pre servo theo from evil Ho will preserve thy soul Courage 0 troubled spirit Then I sec Jesus going up another garden path and I BCO great excite went among time leaves and I hasten up that garden path to sec what Jesus is doing there and lol Ho is breaking off flowers sharp and clean from tho stem and I say Stop Jesus dont kill those beautiful flowers He turns tome and says I have come Into my garden to gather lilies and I mean to tako these up to a higher terrace for the garden around my palate and there I will plant them and in better soil and in better air tloy shall put lortk VV 1 W L I Brighter loaves and sweeter rtdolea s and no frost shall touch them forever And I looked up into His face and said Well It Is Ills garden and Ho has right to du what Ho will with it Thy with bo done tho hardest prayer over man mvu It haa twined as if Jesus Christ took the best irom many of your house holds tho best ono is gone You know that she was too good for this world site was tho gentlest iu Vfr ways tho deepest in her affections ntl when at last tho sickness caroo you haT no faith in medicines You know that time hour throughdyou surrendered that treasure you said Lord Jesus take ItIt is tho best we have take it Thou art I worthyI Tho others in tho household may have been of grosser mold She Was of the finest The heaven of your little ones will not bo fairly begun until you gut tiara All tho kindness shown them by lm mortals will not make them forgot you There they arc tho radiant throngs that went out from your homes I throw a kiss to tho sweet darlings They aro all well now in tho palace Tho crippled child has a sound rooi now A little lama child says 111IIn wilt I be lane In Heaven No my darling you wont bo lane In Heaven A little sick child says Ma will I bo skit in Heaven No my dear you wont be sick in Heaven A little blind child says Ma will I bo blind in Heaven No my dear you wont bo blind in Heaven They are all well there I notice that tho fine gardens sonic tunes have high fences around them and you can not get in It is so wllh a Kings garden Tho only glimpse you ever get of such a garden Is when the king rides out in his splendid carrin a It Is not so with this garden this Kings garden 1 throw wide open tiro gate and tell you all to come in Whosoever will may Choose wvv between a desert and a garden Many of you have tried tho garden of thin worlds delight You have found it hat Leon a chagrin So it was with Theo lore Hook Ho made all tho world laugh He makes us laugh now when wo rend his poems but ho could not make his own heart laugh While in tho midst of his festivities ho confront cd n lookingglass and ho saw himself nUll said There that Iis true 1 look just us I am done up in hotly mud anti bursaII So it was of Shenstone ol whose garden I told you at tho begin wing of my summon Ho sat down undid those bowers and sold I have lost my road to happiness I am angry and envious nUll frantic anti despise every thing around me just as it becomes A madman to dom 0 ye weary souls Como into Christ garden today and pluck a little hearts ease Christ is the only rest rand tho only pardon fur a perturbed spirit Do you not think your chance hue almo t come You men anti women who ha been waiting year utter year for some good opportunity in which to accept tearfeeseas if now your hour of deliverance and pardon and salvation had come 6 man what grudge host thou against thy poor soul that thou wilt not lot it bo saved 1 feel as salvation must come today in sumo of your hearts INTERESTING ITEMS DAIRY PKACII is tho name of a school maam of Mount Desert Me llAiutv IViiNiss tho cartoonist of London Punch will como to America again next fall Ho will lecture of course PIIOF gunAnu S Hoii KNof thu Licit observatory will view the solar eclipto next August from the summit of Alt Hamilton TKNXKSHKI promises to get a largo share of the immigration to the south this year Time state is being exten sively advertised PjiKBlDKvr CIKVKTAND has agreed to deliver an oration at tho celebration of the 150th anniversary of time founding of Princeton college QUKKV VICTOHIAH real estate not including time United Kingdom and its branches includes six hundred dwell ing houses anti a successful dairy farm Al M DOT time wellknown dwarf who has exhibited himself all over tho world now runs a hotel at White Plains N Y Maj Atom also in time sumo category Is tho admirals night clerk A LONDON brute notonly declined tho leap year proposal made to him by a lady but sent her insteadof tho new soiuenco tit of grave clothes AN order bras been issued in San fran- cisco that expressly forbids street car conductors to wear colored shirts or cuffs and further specifics that they must wear white shirts collars and cuffs while on duty THE largest gold brick over cast In the Black lulls was recently deposited in a Deadwood bank It weighed a trifle less than 125 pounds and was worth about 830000 It was mho result of a 15 days output- A MOIIMON choir iIs traveling on the Pacific coast Two daughters ono son inlaw amid several grandchildren of Brigham Young are members of the choir It costs tb organization 516000 to visit tho Pacific coast They have 175 singers many of whom aro well known soloists jmUwjsJcajLvfprldr Padcrdwski and ttomia rtceatlCSek port la their concerts t If IIrFASHIONS FICKLE FANCIES r Vkcio Are Talbjr All Women SkiN Carefully Ifotc t aTlmo new sheer wools both plain and patterned are n delight to the bye with their daintiness of tint and to tlio touch with their silky softness ojj It 1he vcr popular sleeve model inomeut fits lite arm very pl98Iy71SiO lB iinches above the elbowl nud hai a short tail puff at tho top thetlcete at the wrist fahiirply pointed and frilled wltli rhllt lace I ibabyPrertcltmentime aIwith tho calla point over the hold Ipointedneck front and back Stylish Norfolk jacket suits are made of pincheck wools in various novel and pretty color bleachlngs but the tau jority of tho mohair Slclllcnncs nnd twilled molmlra are made alt in tailor fashion with full gored skirt and an openfront jacket that is cut to lap and button when occasion requires Box plnilcd and tucked fronts In jackets bna quo bodices mid boleros 1Ifo in a great degree take time place of the dropping blouse fronts so long In vogue and Jndla mulls stlkfTqtnmlncH and grenadines will replace chjlion and modsncline do sole for the making oi ninny evening gowns tho former fabric being a degree less perishable but diaphanouH textures wlHjjtlll be greatly used an drnpcrien over waists and sleeves of silk satin and brochde Combinations in dress seemed ajipcal moro to the general taste than selfcol ored trimming mind fabrics and great scope Is given to tho modluto by tho In troduction of HO many novel nod beau tiful fancy dress goods to bo used with plain fabrics and although voryf ny and brilliant npanghd garnitures jet nrnhiHquM and bands timid HqVflfrfiV plaided nttd utrlpcd ribbons wlltl fothc rage they Ho not ohvjhtc time necessity nor Jensen tho demand for a comlTlrin tion of materials In time ni11fl Thcro Is great viiricjrotnil much gIlt ter and glow about the Ranter costume this year Violent contrasts and axr COMB of garniture apnea gowhrf hap and headwuar are very notlcqiilile From three to Ilvitilffrreut colors appt1tSuh on French hats nand bouneTHTuTd In many cases the wrap does not match limo gown the gown the bonnet nor the gloves either or any of these wear nut a walk upon tiny nftlqIQSff II thoroughfare will reveal l of colors comblnatloiiH and cojxflitinK styles tiu into never before boon imisiTcd together outHldo the doors of a French carnival ballroom French eiiHlunerc soft an silk and lending itself to most graceful classic lines Is much favored for ten gowns and nil klrlllHOf dressy house toilets Fayctta and nllkwarp Henrietta cloths are like wise favored and tho garnitures ore gulpuru runt renaissance laces narrow gimpH anon ribbons and uwantidown lima WatttMiu plait is still a feature of house gowns and most of theta have a prlnccHsi effect with much trimming on the front and shoulders the sleeves either full elbow puffs or n close coat shape with Hinnller puffs at tho top ol the arm made spreading in effect however by time long points from the collar ette that falls above them Grass cloth IN likely to hold its high position for time entire flutmncrfor In order to keep it from becoming com mon its prhjo 18 quite high extremely BO when we coiiHlder time material if made of flnx and looks unpretentious enough both in relation to color and character lint expense in given to it by reason of leR Bllkwovrn pattern and lima fine metal threads that outline the tinted deigns anti an tho patterns are open work and the grass cloth trannparent it ncccHxItntes a silk lin ing therefore the cost does not end with time purchase of the fabric with its embroidered trlmmingH N Y Post Apple Cooked In flutter Pare and core six tart apples of equal HIO and arrange them in u baking dish that IIn largo enough to receive all the apples on Its lint surface Place n ten span of sugar in the hollow of each rpple and n small quantity of any pre erred spice After they have begun to bake haute them with scanty half cup ot water in which n level tablespoon of butter lies been melted and repeat the banting twice The last basting will use up the buttered water and the apples should bo done shortly after ward This preparation has n very dainty flavor and It will present an at Inactive appearance If the fruit is not broken It in usually served lint for breakfast or for n winter supper Sugar may be dusted over time apples when taken from the oven or If they nre to lie eaten cold it may be added just before sending to table Boston Globe Moot Etiquette What to do with ores hands has beet considered u sort of test of case of nah uer but foot etiquette is nowadays a distinctlyrecognized topic of the physical cuIttirlHts curriculum Crossed feet are not only Inelegant but wcajTea time ankles tiptilted feet Ire Indis erect and toes or heels twistedulLdra hair ningx are not to bo tolerated bgn4tlttheJ natural position Is tke poaqfqrfect UM tt T9Wi I ILmsare for tbiMtIMVII t 9 0 n C a 3pr0 trtll t u t J J t e Constipationl Biliousness tCu Sickheadache Pairs In the back Sallow complexion Loss of appetite and Exhaustion R There Iutalyee care wkkh Li h Oro Pink Pfll touches the liver andI k removes the bile Ore Tonic Pellet nightly acts as a cnUe laxative in keeping the bowels epelJ restores the digestive organs tones vp tie nervous system and makes new d rick blood Complete treatment two ediciacs one price ass Treatise cud sample free at any store SXOWK XXO CO Stew York THIS WATCH a is gunrnntoNl sanu ns our 1 O WATCHES I to run well nmi keep good tinu THE PRICE IS 250 This watch is exact sizo as rop rnsontu1 of Amnrican innnufnc turo solid nickel silver cnso stun wind atom sot quick train duplex oaoapomont Soud in your orders or call and soo us when you come to Lexington Fred J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler Mm Government Building Lexington IIIDINGFELDERWITH JMRoflinsoNor1on1 GO Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONSt I NOB 537 639 and Oil West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY HD lIA IVJTlII REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS I NOTIONS etc At PORTSMOUTH OHIO WIT COLVJX WITH I TRIMBLE BROTHERS WftolosaIa GrOGBrSe- vtT STE1tT1NG 1Y- OIT IN QUAD Ti3 REST IN QUALITY WORMS Hi WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUQE FOR 20 YEAR IIta I d sill WORM pR eme- diosYt UTILE IVAUTEEL tAL rALL 1711TL t a stettsaaetf tat flw tetras r jii =t + l velar it adttil + tee F tifr4 Wit ULTX ITiTX nwlIAn Italian talker uf starting a rico farm near Uiddlcsboro Wm Dewitt the wife murderer wa banged At Orll11OO last week accordinjg to program Four murder cases are on tho docke- of the Shelby circuit court to bo tried nt the present term Mat and Dillard Rainey have been in dieted for the murder of Aaron Adam I in Clarke county A man suspected of being Tack Earl who killed Wm Colvin in Taylor county was arrested near New Haven State Auditor Stone has sent out tin0I assessment sheets to the fcherlffs of the several counties of the state Taxes nn now due It is reported that another attemp will be made to collect the Carter count railroad tax but little orudetice is give the tumor As a result of the recent decision o f County Judge Williams of Franklin sixteen convicts were released from thoI IFrankfort pen last week More will foi low soon Sabbatarians have accomplished thei- desire in having u strict external obser vance of Sunday at Ashland Not even a newspaper was allowed to be sold titer lait Sunday H P French father of Marion French who was lately shot by John Huberts in Knott county asked the sheritTto release Roberts as the shooting was dune in selfdefense The new Republican committee of Montgomery county met at Mt Ster ling and elected C H Duty cliairmtin Watt M lay secretary and John C Wood treasurer At Willlamsport Mrs1 John Clacking compromised her 1H0 damage Miit against James A OHant for killing her husband Ollimi Maid her 1 100 and settled all the costs Deputy Sheriff W L Lawson arrested Link Junes and Alex Hcaxlcy bothcol ored and lodged them in jail at Lancaster charging them with committing assault on lilt Hnydcn a colored girl twelve years uf age The Lexington confederates having charge of the Uattlo Abbey fund are quito pleated with the progress they are making Over 100 has already been subscribed by peoplo of Lexington and Fayolte county About forty school teachers from Paris Georgetown and Lexington will slam go up the Kentucky river in a naphtha haunch They will redo a study of gen logical formations on tho river and other scientific investigations Bourbon county isi having a newspaper debHle over the free turnpike question says the Lender Some of the disputant + have raised the old fogy cry that the removal of tollgates will increase the number of idlers and night prowlers and are urging tho fiscal court to con there tho present antiquated order of thing Ciov Hradloy received a letter from a a woman Inst week asking for her hu itaiida pardon Shu close the letter ai follows Now doer governor please lot my husbnnd como homo to iris wife and eighteen children lie hal one little slrllll yours aud one four yens old that ho line never teen WithslIob an appealI tho governor surely ought to pardon the man The man with Ito snake story will now amuse you while the fish liar takes n much needed reu The first snake stor i08 of the year and tho best of tho year are already in and they will make some of the old timers take back state One from Lancaster is that a whole cave full of blowing titers wero blowai up with reptilaahauled off From Lester conner 8 yarn which equals this A box of snakes Honied down a creek and a farmer found tho creepers They hard boon uoxod by some wag and sot afloat in time Cum berland river Hows Thlsl Ve ol1r One Hundred Dollars toward for any wise of Catarrh that cannot bo cured bv Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be liete him perfectly honorable In all bui ness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm WEST ATnuAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 WALDISO KIXXAK MAR vur Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure istakcn internally actirfg directly upon the blood and mu coats surfaces of the system Testimon ials seat free Price 70c per bottle IeW b11l Drtigggiek- t u I 1AIM 1llIIte I line berrtcsgrapes and peaches a year old fresh as when picked ruse the California Cold process do not beat or seal the trait just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost mithin Lasttweek I directions to 120 families any one will pay a dollar for directions when they see the beautiful samples of fruit As there are many people poor like my sell I consider it my duty to give raj experience to such and feel confide anyone cn make one to two hundret dollars around homo in a few days 1 I will mail sample of fruit andcomplete directions to any of your readers foi eighteen 2cent stamps which Iin only the etceto mo FRANCIS CASEY JJl St Louis Mo The School Fund Mr Davidson the superintendent oi public instruction says that while there hRS been no official correspondence on the subject that n tacit understanding has been reached by himself the auditor and others that this years school lund deficit shall bo mado up in full out of future flinch and that roll schools and conrtracted for and promised for this rnriIi This will bo good news to many teacher who feared a curtailing of the school terms nod time loss of a mouth or soa salary The superintendent however like ev eryone else now foresees a great reduc tion in the per capita to be fixed for the next school year It will probably 1bo frum 180 per capita to an low an 225 Tho reports of ceneus takers are new coming in nod enough have been received to show there will bo an increase Ifa small one in the number of school chill tires reported as compared with last years report of 727723 This fact in connection with the reduced revenue for school as well ii8 other purposes and the fact that something like 175000 must be taken from it to make up the present deficit just referred to will easily cause the big per capita reduction Beside this the schoolsI are bound to be more expensive next year as the attend ance in all public schools will be larger on account of the new compulsory edu cation law Frankfort Capital Spoons Free To All I rend in the Christian Standard that Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louisi Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2 cent stumps I sent for one and found it so useful theta showed it to my friends and made 151 in two hours taking orders for the spoon The hook spoon is a house lucid necessity It can not slip into the dish or cooking vessel being held in the place hII hook on tho bark The spoon IU something housekeepers have neededI over since spoons wero first invented An one eau got a sample spoon by sending ten 2 cent stoups to Miss Fritz This ii- a is splendid way to make money around home Very truly Mil JKAXXKTTKS Storo Honso For Rent I have u first clays brick store house situated on one of tho boat corners inI Hazel Green which I desire to rent John M Hose has closed out and quit the goods businoss which loaves n line i opening for a first class store Cull andiII or addroM G 11 SWANOO May li11S9G Hazel Green Ky Probably time largest check that twa over drawn is now in tho possession a Merchants II and L Locvcnhart of ILexington says tho Herald and on dis play in their Main street window II Largest in this case applies to dimensions and not to the amount called for by th e check Tho cardboard upon which it i i thrown measures 18x0 inches and cane by express from Cincinnati on Saturla o i I as payment for a debt of 1 owed th firm by Mr A Criglor of that city It j is mado out in regular commercial Porn andcalls for 1 from time Gorman na tional bank of Cincinnati The express charges on tho check wero 25 cents which had to be paid by tho firm here A womans guess is more accurate than a mans certainty Your wife guesses that your sickheadache conic from your stomach and are tho results of a slight attack of biliousness She is probably right and you ono complete ly cure them at n cost of only 25 cents by asking your druggist for Kamons Tonic Liver Pills One little pill and a few of time Tonic Pellets will make you feel liken new creature Two medicines two benefits two values but ono price Sample doso free Look at the date after your name on the address ef your paper aDd governi I ourselves accordingly 9- t x f- ILIGIITNING CuHESCotikCrapsDiurhtsJ1t Choit- mMosbusttuaCbagts1waist H Orfppelahnzen oooa DOE QOOD6YRY IIUTAaTaurf M Per I tMe RtIM Ne TntEIIe alww ur uJ50 u Keeps full Hue Wntihfs Jewelry J M HAVENS r l I PRACTICALIfJ ri Jeweler and Watchmaker 1 1HAZEL GREEN KYIJI I I a of lllt ltiJallli Spectaleles Ilt t Repairing Fine Watches Specialty and Gold Syeotaolos a jJ 1IL If you need anything in the Line or I uSJCaI MONTGOMERY COUNTY Spencer Sporadic News is quite scarce in this country however I send you a few items lion P11nt llnrdin and a Mr Hum phry debated the money question at Mt Sterling on the 2Jd inst before a large and attentive audience of tho business men and farmers of this county The free silver craze isI abroad in this part of the political tineyard in nil of its blazing glaring inconsistency Hundreds of the good Carolers of this county it seems have given themselves over toII hardness of heart to believe a lie that they may be danced From the liar vest of defeat way they reap their reward for their folly The inveterate and uncompromising fro of mankind visited this neighborhood and summoned front tho transitory scenes of varthlifo to appear in that changeless realm that exists somewhere beyond mortalities deepest shadows+ one of the oldest and most venerable citizens of this county Preston Howard He was a man1 acquainted with the deepest sorrows of powerfulyovershadowed the closing years of life that reason sat tottering on its throne We sympathize with his friends and hope that a life HO veiled in gloom mummy shine with brighter lustre in tho great beyond His remains were interred by the Masonic fraternity in Mscpelah cem etery at Mt Sterling the 21st inst Wo were glad Mr Cooper to rend your card announcing your candidacy HeruV wishing you success in your aspi rations What wo need is more men to represent tho peoples interests and not time selfish and greedy interests of the already privileged few As a mountain man Mr Cooper I feel that you have interestf ed in tho prosperity of tho mountain peoplo and have done moro through your valuable paper TUB HKIULD to elevate and further their interests than any man mnnyenot represent their interests better nor honor n man more worthy thin by pole oing Capt Cooper through the congress tonal auger hole May 24 Slx CUM WinOn st I Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIERSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of wet chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky anti odes its fu tomers every facility andj the most llhoral terms within time limits of legitimate banklnc OCtlSlT C OMDS HOUSE CAMPION KY J B IIOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronaga of the traveling public U- I respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort ofKited em IT TICKLES YOU lilt INSTANT RELIEF 1W lIT K ROT DROPS ste CALS Cub BuraaBrt4esSaaksietes of Animal Serpent Baft etc BREAKS UP 11 Jewelry 45TRADERS CAPITAL MT 200000 STERLING 0I n KYII J M niGRTAFF President 0 L 1w1 We respectfully solicit the hnsinrss chants farmers traders and generally throughout Eastern general banking In slaws doge ofmfIIchance to send you a bank book 1111 checks and loan you money whet In W W THOMPSON A I Will in the courts counties All to nu Dare will receive iJ FLOYD YHDIICnmpton ItIIt HOWARD STAMPERATTORXEYATLAVT II adjoining practice CAMPION KYII W J SEITZ IWITIII W M KERR CO tOUUKKM IX Hardware AgriculturalJ 1m laments 1 IKONTON 0 +L TAiIJBTsa D 11 Physician and SurgeonI IHAZEL GREEN KY IIIirRllrltory and obstetrics a specialty THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE I Write to T S QnscBV Drawer ICO Chicago Secre tary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for Information regarding Accident Insur ance Mention this pap tBy so doing YOU can AYe Iacc1deuIalluJuIlesII FATEOJkSIrIllnaUuI1I1br prat esperteaaNIwntarvlnr wnnktelormtlrbine lm REDUCED 11lruml1J iw irTtirnwl healthi mini liraunnrsi cnmplf ilm I IPATIENTS tieUniamtcncietjrIiulUiclntlnrMli DR SNYDERJInbrnhrnllrIGo paniciiUn TREATED adJttas Tbnuitnd BY with 1t1JII WantedAn Idea 11ot Wa1UleIIWrlto SWEATSJRilDEMARK j jt COPYRIGHTS t CtN I OnT1N A PTEST f For h- txamps answer and an bonest Opinion wrtto Iq MVNN tu who hate b d nearly tar r AIezportence In tho patent busyness cmnnarea I Uoni itrtetlr eonfldentlal A llnnilbookorip tormaUoa ooooeralnc Patent and bow to ob tarn them split tree Also a eatalocuo of mochaa tat and salnUao books sea rreeT U I tttcIapobltowlt9onetwe4weekireanlrlluetnte4g baa b artki lard ernlaUoa ot as stlsnUec work In the wontI htrHaJWlU= eeIatIM et = imr5vwavt rrMOV Serry- i a ae 1N a n Ci IiG 1 0 i D fj l jUlil W t i Constipation Rf Biliousness fIt finei xi Fairn the back Sallow lAss of appetite and Exhaustion I t fteIeit sly erne cure which is I r r- Oe Afar Pfif toadies the liver and resaores the bile OM Toalc Pellet nightly acts as s gwtle laxative in keeping the bowels pea restores the digestive organs tones wf tie nerrons system and makes new tick blood Complete treatment two ttdktaes one price 25- 0Tnatise ad sanple free at any stoca- nOWTT WO corew Tork THIS WATCH guaranteed 3ira as our s1001 O WATCHE to nm well and keep good tim THE PRICE IS 250 This watch is exact sizes as rep rosentudof American manufac F ture solid nickel silver case stem windstem set quick train duplex JSand Jn your ordtra or call andd see us wlmi you cone to Lexington Fred J Heintz Manufacturing JutGorersiasst Bafldlrj Lexington Ii I DDfGFELDERWITH JJUofiipnJorfon sad Jbbecst DRYGOODSAHDNOTION Nos 637 539 and SU West Maim Street LOUISVILLE KY HB Sickheadache complexion ossaporntaL Jeweler Co- Iaperkrs vrrm REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS At At PORTSMOUTH OHIO W MAUPDf T COLV1N vrrru TRIMBLE BROTHERS WQolosaIO GrOcers 1rT sPI1tINC KY IWORMSIWCITESf YERMIFUCE I FOR 20 YEAR Hldall WORM Reettdl- I I DIIJIITTIE ATED atss- eLLrentstet IsT raglaaat L are L- erI P r zIILllI7s ill adTUN J t HWIiiiI l lJlftIT1TC An Italian talks of starting riO CArmII sear Uiddlesboro UIuUI of the Shelby circuit court to be tried at the present term Mat and Dillard Rainey hue been indicted for the murder of Aaron Adau in Clarke county A man suspected of being Jack Eat who killed Was Cotdn inTaylorcounli was arrested r New Karen State Auditor Stone has went out thet assessment sweets to the theriS of t several couaties of the state Taxas theII now due I It is reported that anther attemp I will be made tv collect the Carter cwuaty railroad tax but little cntdeate is sheathe tumor As a result of the recast decbfea of I County Judge WilHaaw of FraaklL sixteen convicts were released front tlte Frankfort pea last week More wIN fol low soon Sabbatarkas have accouipKshed their desire ia baviag a strict external ober vane of Soaday at A rkd Not ere a newspaper was allowed to W sold tJten last Sunday B F French father of Marion Fiend who wta lately shot by John Kubens it KBOU county asked the heriat relea Robert as the shooting was dwae itself ldease The new RepubKcaa coraathtee ol Montgomery county met at 3It Ster Hog and elected C H Duty chairman Watt 31 Gay secretary and John C Wood treasurer- At Williauuport 31N J ha Glacking compromised her tt00 damage uit against Jaaw A OHara for fcHliaj her hutbaad OHara paid her I5W sad rattled all the cit Deputy Sh rUT W L Lawn arrested Liak Jones and Akx Baulfj both cot oredand lodged them in jail at Lancaster charging theist with eoMMiuiag a sault on Ida Harden a eoiortd girl twelve YHrlS ofage The Lexington eaafedcrtues havtag charge of the Ikulo Abbey facedas quite plea aOO with the perm they errs making Over 409 has already bta ub cribed by p opk of Lcxiagtoa ad Fayelt county About forty tchool teachrrs fmui Pads Georgetowa aad Lexington will ooa gv up the Ktatucky rirar ia a aafktha launch They wilt atak a w4of I- ugiarl a iocMatawMoa the river aad other f8dic iaratigatiaa fturboa cauaty is havia a aewpapal- khei vrtf thrfrtet rapriqueidera- ys the Lester scthe d putaats- tare I raked tWold fins wry that th- eesal of tllgatea will laert M the MWr of kite sad nicht an wkrt d sir aifiac the fleet court to roe aaa UM gent antiquated order of 1I1eGeT Bradlty reserveda letter fram a 2 wreai lat meet a kiaj for her btu Ngs peda Ska ektiant tile letter AIjjI fallows Sow deer goTeraor pka ir let My baad MM hoa so hfe wife I red djthMca ebUdrea lee her oat littlr I Pd Ox yaanaod oe four yuan old hatII ha MftlWide ch aa appeal 1M I fovrraor tartly ought ta aaraVM the ranTr Maa with the sub story will sax aMttse pow wipe tile flair liar takes aI ntne b needed rest TW irst wake 4r ee of the year aud tM best of the reer- are already iu and they will auk are of the old timers take back seats O- aec Lancaster is that a whole cave fulli r biwingripers were blown up withI iflyeantite and a wgoa load of reptilesI aided oC Front Lester eota a yarat lukelliNtedaad the cratpcrs They bad bM boxedt dolt la die Caiat 7 scar wag aad st rrlad river HOT nisI We oar Oare Uoodred Dollars Wwanlt any ease of Catarrh that oaaaot bet IIfw bv Halls Catarrh CaN F J CHENEY A CO ToItde O- WeI the underi Ted have kaowm F J Cheney for the last 15 year sad W ieve hint perfectly honorable hi all bwi icss transactions sad fiaaaciaHy able toI fir out any obligations wade by their firm i VIST k TRCAX Wholesale Druggist oledo O i WUixo KIXXAX k MA- Rts Wholesale Drngsists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Care Istaken internally tier directly upon the blood and mss coss Rrfacft of the systent TesUmon ia1ei seat Irte Price 75c per bottle IeW eM Dry + ttM- I it TI Ie at aNT I have ferriescrapa aadpeacaea a year old fresh as when picked I use the Califorcta Cold proves do not best or seal the fruit just put it up cold keep perfectly fresh and costa almost nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last week I sold directions to 120 families any one will ply a dollar for directions whet they see the beautiful sample of fruit As there are many people poor like my elf I consider it ray duty to give My experience to such and feel confident anyone on make one to two hundred dollars around home in a few days I I will mail sample of fruit and directions to any of your completeII eighteen 2cent stamps which uonly the actual con of the samples postage etc to MC FBAXCIS CASEY 1 9t Su Louis 3fo Toe School Foil 1 Mr Davidson the superintendent of ilb25il the subject that a tacit understanding ilL been reached by himself the audiloril and other that this years school fund I deficit shall be made up in full out of future fund and that all schools and 1tractMf1 I This will W good Beers to many teachers who fareda curtailing of the school I terms and the Iloss ef a month or sos f tnt eryoue else avw fltreee a great reduce 1 tkm ia the per capita to be fixed for the i I school It will probably be c jThej cooing in and enough hue been secured I ta show there will be an increase if a j nail one in the number of school chil dren reported as compared with last year report of 727723 This fact in J coaaectioa with the reduced revenue for- cbeoi u well as other purpose and the I fact that vtmethieg like 175000 mot be taken from it to make up the present I deficit just inferred to will easily cause the big per capita reduction I reside t5ls the schools are bound to be more expensive next year as the attend ance in all public schools will be larger jI oa account of the new compulsory edu catioa law Frankfort Capital I Spoons Free To All I reed in the Christian Standard that I I Mi A M Fritz Statioa A St Louis I I Mo would give aa elegant plated hook Poo to anyoor reeding her tea eetII taps I seat for one and found it so I useful that showed it to y friends i end Made 513 in twp hours takiag orders fur the spoon The book spew ii a houw I I hold aee itT It can not slip into the dish or cooking vessel being held in the I place bya haok on the back The spoon b sesethiig boaVerp r hare seeded i ever sllseespooe were fly invented Anytt Mae CM set a auk spoon by sending teae cent SUM s to Mil Fritz Thi+ is I I a spievdid tray to wake ssoney aruund I e Very truly til JEIXXETTE S Store Boose For Rent I lane a first class brick store house 4taaeedea one of the beet eorB rs iaI Haaci Green which I dire to rest John MItnee has dosed out and quit i r11M goods busises which loared a fine t I opening for a first class store Call and or address G B SW SGOII May sI 1SW Haul Ky I Probably tW largest check that was I erer drawn is now in the possession of Merchaau H and L Loerenbart of I i Lexington says the Herald and on dis play ia their Main street window Lar gest in this case applies to dimensIons tadset to the amount called for by the I heck The cardboard upon which it is draw Measures lSx6 inches and care IIby expres from Cincinnati oa Saturday as payment for a debt of 1 owed the firm by Mr A Origler of that city It i b Made out ia regular coMaercial form tad calls for 1 from the German na tonal beak of ClactBaatL The express charges oa the check were 26 cents I whkh had to W paid by the true here tA womans guess is mere accurate j I was a anad certainty Your wife gausses that your kk headaehos couie II from your stoMaeh and are tIN TItS Itsiij of a slight atuck of biliooiMMss She hiI probably right and you NIl eouialeiejI jly cute them at a cost of oaly S5 eealisI bI asking your drugist for RaaAasj tJIi tJ eel like a new creature Two medicines two benefits two values but one price ample dose free Look at the date after ycurnameon- be address of your paper and govern ewreelree acc cdiIaly TICKLES RELIETe LIGHTNINGHOT CokCrDbnn retcsats Grippeop cam iwuta ae TASTKS Goo DOCS GOODCVCKT III 1 ra wr aww jL1t s hr+ cra sntera i X Keeps a full line 3 J M i f PRACTICAL IeJ lf 1 Jeweler and j p r6jjliJJewelryf HVENSIUS Watchmaker 1mRepUrlDg Fine Watches and Gold Spectacles a Specialty If need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see k We Oars save you big money I A M9HTGOME8Y COtnrlYff I Sfeicer Sperailes t yews is quite in this country however I rend you a few items Hon P Wat Hardin and a Mr Hum phry debated the money question at h1IIJ Sterling on the 2d inst before a large t attentive audience of the businessmen I land and farmers of this county f The free silver craze is abroad in this j I pan of the political vineyard in all of III- I its blazing glaring inconsistency Huns I I dreds of the good farmers of this county it seems haTe given themselves over ta hardness of heart to believe a lie that they may be damned From the bar vest of defeat may they reap their re ward for their fully The inveterate and uncompromising foe of mankind visited this neighborhood and summoned from the transitory of earthlife to appear in that changeless realm exist somewhere beyond mortalities deepest shadow one of the oldest and most venerable citizens of this county Preston Howard He was a man acquainted with the deepest sorrows of life Sorrows so deepand powerful overshadowed the dosing years of life that reason sat tottering on its throne We sympathize with his friends and hope that a life K veiled in gloom may shine with brighter lustre in the great beyond His remains were interred by the Masonic fraternity in Macpelah cemetery at Mt Sterling the 21st inst r We were glad Mr Cooper to read your card announcing your candidacy aJpit rations What we need is more men to represent the peoples interests and not the 1fihaad greedy interests of the already privileged few As a mountain man Mr Cooper I feel that you hue already proved yourself deeply interested in the prosperity of the mountain people and hue done more through your valuable paper THE HERALD to elevate and further their interests than any man that hu graced our country for many years and the mountain people could not represent their interests better nor honor a man more worthy than by pok lug CapU Cooper through the congressional auger hole May 24 Siocrx I WiItCnesteI o Bank WINCHESTER KY X H WIT ERSPOO President E D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 ZMfIIchants krars traders men Feerally tkrgkut Eastern Kentucky- sad I otter iu ea twer every fadlitr as the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate baakinr eetlMT 10 CAMFTON J B HOLLOX PBOPEIETOR The ptttosate of the traveling public ia respectfully solicited Table the best aad every attutioa to the coofort ofgusts iT YOU- r 1rnMT sn ms J CURIES CWc- nMW oHEALS a- ealwc3 AaDuII B8I cu UP Ct you us scarce scenes that MBS HOUSE KY I r TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK Js MT STERLING KY 0CAPITAL 200000 I SCRPLCS 30000 M BICSTAFF ideal G KIPKPATRICK Vise President VT W THOMSON Cashier a Werespeetfally solicit the boiioesc ofteer chants farmers traders and Itary men generally throughout Easters Kentucky A general banking brines dace Give HI a chance to tend you a beak Mot uar your checks and loaa you money Rhea in teed fi AV W THOMPSON arHP FLOYD BYRD Campton Ky ATTORXEYATLAAV fAbstracts of title fcratttied codec dons made and protapt r tarns znaratUrd fConnectedwith the law brat of Vwxl iDay Mt Sterliac Kr ia eiril praetkc HOWARD TAMPER A ATTORJfEYATLAVT- CAMPTOX KY Will practice ia the courts ofWolfe and tbeiadjoining counties All binesr entrusted to ou care will receive prompt attention r Wj SEITZrWITH W M KERR CO JOBBKES IX Hardware Agricultural ioernento J t TAULBEEI X Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREENKY Surgery and ONtttrio aspecialty THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE JIIJ Write to T S Qrrrrr l Drawer 1S3 Chicago Sean UfOcf the Srur AcarcT q- Gacra cT for iaforauixn k agar ug Acodcxt Issue anew 31entica Ct plies f By sJ vying fat caa care tmbcrs5ip fee His paid ores tOJWOaOO let tt codczUl iajsric 1Be your own Agent b ilEDICAI EXAMEfATlOK REQCISEIX FATFOLKSrr list Dr a curtttesemat tktv rhnkia cfSl an 7ertnx+ Wka4ea rJNeaa rfrte t- s1bn1U WTtlea r6itramc im REDUCED J IICXTM r nl Wak and tiiIZInoe fUcUat aad nxiKr t4tfi T uals eoltoU PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL cre1ramnj Age taatfe era xMrao vtut seta A DR Sti1rUERa r wnnrruJ IQUoan i WantedAn Idea Wlxxsatbbk jta t Lasers jetnwje A eAVEATSTRillE x aCOPYRIGHTSCtx I OnTaI t t rTESTf rura x- amwtr i and IP1 treset opmcc wrtla tQ I- IX ti i kCu wtao baTe hid Dealt 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