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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f t 7 a- y 1 l f a n 0 = TFIE HAZEL BFiEE HERALd fepCNOER COOPER Ownor and Editor +R or a SuhT VorIil With Xnvii Trout All Xntlott LmuVrlng nt ina Uaek f100 A YEAR Always In Advane I TWE1FTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1890 NUMBER 10rMuch in Little Is especially truo of Hoods rills for no medl tine ever contained so great curative power In io small space They Bra a whole medicine Hoodschest 1 ways efficient always isfactory t prevent a 6P ref cure all liver IllsPills i + ick headache JIIndlcl constipation etc se The only rills to take with Hoods SarsaparllUi Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in EHoct April 1 1896 wrEsT BOUND o6ISTATIONS I DIIIIrlxDall Lexington 110 00 nm 60 pin s 3i pin Avon 31 am tt 21I put 3 63 pin Winchester f 10 itm tI 0J ln 2S pm irlle1 S ft4 nm 5 47 pas 2 00 jini- IniliAti 1sts i s 37 am fl 31 pas 1 10 pm lour CityS 10 nm fl 12pm 1110 nin Stanton S 1011111 501 pm 11 20 nm- Filson ii M ant I Ii pm 10 IS tine Dundee 7 43 nlllI 32 piu 10 17 am Nat Bridge 7 IS nm I141 27 inn 10 07 nm Torrent 17 24 am 1 14 pin 9 35 mn Btattwe Jo 7 oa nm a 52 pin 8 25 mil Three FksC 0 53 nm t 42 jini 8 00 mn Athol I 0 32 am- Elkatnwa 3 2nrm 7 IS mn 0 OS nm 2 58 pm C 30 nm Jackson fi 00 am 2 10 pin tt 10 mn EAST BOUND No 4 Nil Oi STATIONS Xo2 Siiiulnys Dally ox Dully only Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 7 45 nm R 30 nm von 2 47 pin 8 15 mil 7 08 mu Wlnchlstcr 3 07 pm S 40 urn S 10 mu FaJrJlepI 21 pm S 54 nm S 54 mn Indian F Ids 3 37 pm 0 10 nm 9 24 nm lay City 3 55 pin lI1S nm 11 45 urn Stauton4 05 poi 118 u m 12 10 pm Filson 41 IS pm 0 51 nm 1211 pm Dundee 4 32 pm 10 01 nm 1 15 jim Nat nrltlg 4 37 pm 10 12 nm 1 20 pm Torrent o 4 51 pm 10 27 mn 2 00 pm lteallyrc Jt 5 115 puillO 51 nm 3 05 pm ThreeFks 5 28 pm 11 01 nm 3 25 pui Elkatf1 5 48 pm 11 22 nm 4 12 pm 0 12 pm 11 IIi mn 5 05 pm Jackson l 0 20 iimlll 55 nm 5 20 pm Not 1 and 2 arrive nml depart from Ct0 Union depot nt Lexington All freight trains arrive mid depart from Nethorlnhd J n L1iNGSTON Vice Ires and Gon Man CHAS SCOTT Jen Pass Agent THIS WATCH is guaranteed sank ns our 1100 WATCHES to ntHkeOlt E PRICE IS 250This roplesontcd111n11Ufl1oturo stemWindstotuduplexUapemeut w Send in your orders or call and soo Us whou you como to Lexington Fred J Heintz MfaclBrinj JBunhr t In HxRLLD ia 0i1 1 a lor Y Lv E1f e LOOK AT HOMfi Written br Till HKHALU If nt tttnus wo feel Inclined To find in any friend Some faults we think to them are blind Some faults we wish to mend We first must look at our own life Anti view its Mnrklliif hoe rightus spokeniComes home to us again Do not form opinion blindly Hastiness to trouble tends Those of whom we speak unkindly MayI be yet our truest friends Jackson Ky S J WILSON COMPULSORY EDUCATION Fall Text of the lilies Dill ns Passed by the Recent General Asssmbly Ho it enacted by the general assembly of tho commonwealth Kentucky SKCTIOX 1 That every pannt guar dhor other person in the state of Ken tucky hnving tho controlof any child or children between the ages of 7l wren stud IM1 fourteen years sltalI1s required to send such chill or children nnnunlly 8 eight consecutive weeks to some public or private day or night school for children Provided however that this net shall tint apply in any case where the child has been or i jlaing taught at home in such branches ns are tnught in public schools for n like period of time and sub jest to the same cxaminationa ns other pupils of the district or city in which tho child resides or whose physical or mental condition renders hior her nt tendance impracticable or who is excused by the trustees of the public Ilhoolelis trict or the board of education of the city in which the parent guardian or person having control nwidec upon its J being shown to their satisfaction thai this parent guardian or person having povertyt J or that he or she has already acquired the ordinary branches required by law or that there UI no white school or tulI ored school in the case of colored chi dren taucht within two 2 miles hy tho nearest traveled road SUP 2 Any parent guardian or other person failing to comply with the proII visions of this net shall forfeit to the use of tho school in the city town or com mon school district in which tacit child resides a sum not less than five j nor more than twenty 20 dollars for the first offense nor less than ten 10 nor more than fifty 50 dollars for tho sec and nnd every subsequent offense and cost of suit SIX 3 It shall bo the duty of any school trustee or president of tho board of education to inquire into nil causes of complaint anti neglect of duty prescribed in this act and ho shall notify in writing the parent guardian or other person no offending that such complaint has been made nnd if tho cause be not shown within five 5 days to at once proceed against the responsible persons as is hereby provided and any school trustro or president of the board of education neg lecting to undertake such prosecution in good faith for suds otlenco within ten 10 days after n written notice has been served en him by rosy taxpnyor iti said district or city unless the person so com plained of shall bo excused by the district or city board of education for reasons herein before stated shall forfeit to the public schools in the city town or common school district in which said trustee or president of the board of education resides n sum not less than ten 10 nor more than fifty 50 dollars SEe 4 Any person having control of a child who with intent to evade the provisions of thU act shall make n will fully false statement concerning tho ago of such child or the time such child has attended school shall forfeit for each of fenao a sum not less than 5 nor more than twenty 20 dollars for the uso of public schools for such city tewn or district SEC 6 Any fioer penalty mentioned ID this act may be sued for and recovered before any court of record of justice rthe proper county in the same of jjjbe cofflBwnirealth of Kentucky for thf MM of tbo i ublica3cboeloAttkeoltyl teedistrict tii fftick tpaId ckiM ntftf t SEC G That upon tho trial of nn u1 oflonso ns charged herein if upon sue trial it shall be determined that Inch prosecution was malicious upon the cost3 in such ilea shall be mljmtacd ngninai tho complainant and col he to 1 ns fin in other cases Sic 7 The condition and pros1 sions of title act shall apply to any parent guardian or person having control of any colored child or children in like iflliflUC in sections 1 2 1 4 l and 0 hilt ItO white child shall bo permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for col ored children and no colored child aha l e permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for white children Spoons Freo To Alp I rend1 in the Christian Standard that Miss A M Fritz Station A St lIxuiif Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone tending her ten 2ccnt stamps I sent for one send found it s useful that showed it to my friend and made 13 in two hours taking orders for tine spoon The hook spoon is M house hold iiectteMty It can not slip into tho dish or disking vessel being hold in the place by a hook on the buck The spoon Ih something houjcVccpers have needed1 ever since spoons were first invented Any ono ean get a sample spoon by sending ten 2 cent stamp to Miss Fritz This a splendid way to make money nruund homo Very truly 921 TlUNXCTTKS mil any Where does Abraham live r Jacob and shown tho martyr rest encuh and say Whorodocs Jim piss vc and Illdley Wo will want toiCe 10 boulevards whore the chariots of jnquonrs roll I will want to HOC the an Ion whero tho princes walk Wo ill want to see Music How where nude and llnydun nut Mozart and bonus Wesley and Thomas Hastings ud Hratlbury have their homos out of hair windows over and noon rolling u omo snatch of tin earthly oratorio or lynm transported with the composure 0 Vo will want to see Itvvivnl Torrnce u hero Whltctleld and Nettloton and nysou and Howland Hill and Charlos Finnoy and other glnnta of soul runp tag are resting from tholr almost su j urnatural labors their doors thronged Iij rlth converts just arrived coming to oport themsvlvcH Hut brlllinnt as the sunset and like 1 ho leaves for number are tho celestial 1 aloes yet to IKJ awarcled when Christ D you and millions of others shinIjlvldo tho spoil What do you want hero You shall havo it An orchard here it is twelve manner of fruits Ind fruit every month Do you wnnt MU rlonr ehoIee on Deafness Cannot Do Cared Hy local applications as they cannot reach the disea cd portion of tho en Thcro is onlyone way to cure doafnos- and that is Iby constitutional remedies Denfnm is caused by an inflamed con dition of the Kustnchinn Tube When this tube Iis inflamed you lave n rumI tiling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed dcnfnoes Is the result and unless the inflammation ca ho taken out and this tube restored tits normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever i nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous surfaces Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused bCl tarrh that cannot bo cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulate i fro F J CHENEY ft CO Toledo 0 VSTSold by druggists 7bc There is said to be a model cigar denIer in Xow York who refuses to sell cigars to small boys and handles only tho best brands for adults Ho posts in his window newspaper clippings relating to tho deadly work of tho cigarette for the cdiI ficnlon of the youth of his neighborhood De Not Do Tfalfl Do not be induced to buy any other if you have made up your mind to tako Hoods Sarsaparilla Remember that Hoods Sarsaparllla cures when all others flllltDo riot give up in despair beeau other medicines have failed to help youI Take H ods Sarsaparilla faithfully an I you may reasonably expect to bo curedI Hoods PIHi are purely vegetable carefully prepared from the best iag dleaU 3S ceatL A trolley car dropped tkrottpk a b- ija so brkl at Victoria p da4 dxty po ale trI kWed J 0- tn t CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will please beer In mind that nil cninmunleationi roust bo received evelllllgtocsWOLFE COUNTY Qlllmoro Gleanings Logan Linden line n very sick child plane W It Davis and Duncgan- r preached bore Sunday Tlio Widow A J Elation is suffering considerable with throat troubleI- I Josses M Elya child who line been tick so lung with skin disease is worse Miss Rachncl Vest daughter of J II Vest was 10 years old May 3lst and on that day tipped the bciim at 109 pounds Where in there another that equals hort One Hoyd Park son of Wnyno Park sttilo Logan Lindens niaro n few nights arrestoat Daysboro This is the same ware that John Until IT took two or three years ago and Iis now serving a term of seven yvira in the Iwo and no doubt Mr Park will enter at the tame door June 1 UNCIK RIIMUS 1LEE COUNTY Fincastlo Fishings IiiBorn on the 22ml last to the wife of Fletcher Kincaid n bouncing girl Mr Mitchell Gum of Indiana U visit ing his brother J H Gum nonr here IQlhl Hhoriffwas around last week and lItho boys went ground hog hunting when wthcy MW him coming hisomtotluertsaturdy and bnnday tip Our genial county school superintend Cleat J G Thoma WIU4 around to boo us Sunday the guest of 4n Akora ill The good resins that wo lotto hud for thu pant few days havo ghtddoned tho hearts of tlio farmers considerable W S Morris W A Jonoa T S Shackelfnnl and a Mr Patten spontSun lay At Three Forks City in viewing then eight Ilho most of tho boys around hero when they set out tochin thogirle are mi young pthal they have to bo carried by the girls 0 mot her i Wo learned that there was a fight Sun teddy on the crook nests Easton mill bo jstween Marion Adkins and Tobe Rogers oltho latter being Mlightly wounded The Iloyds mill on Hell creek which has loon idle for some time slotted up- r in full blast and will give employments ta several hands for the next twelve mouths Thf Sunday excursion train lastSunday ran n horse belonging to J E Morris into tho Walker creek bridge anti killed it Tho homo ran for about n milo and n half before ho run on the bridge mcetlngomid decided to build a now school house anti change location which will be about ono milo from where tho old one sits The contract was awarded to Crate KincaidMay 25 WILD DILL MAQOPFIH COUNTY 0Hendricks Hastings Ambrose Arnett of this place is in very bad health nt present Roll in Kasli was n guest of tho lien dricks Ilottso Wednesday and Thursday night Charles Keyset nnd Wesley Row were guests of the Hcndricks House a few nights ago- Dudley II Arnett of this place was appointed notary public of Mngoflln county on the 2ht init- IuyuPSirooraadlJlealiinryWflliams wore joined in matrimony on tho 24th lost Slay they live a happy life eoD M Arnett sold two threeyearold fillies to Charles Koyecr Wednesday ford 226 They were good ones you bet O M Patrick of this place died SAt- urday the 22nd lust leaving a wife ad thirteen dear children and many frkwk tetlsoara his low Our circuit ceurt having been ii aw elw fer the put two week INN just clMtd Orawi + J4trry npKfted 17 him BMBtf tavjftf cxaniaWt IXt wltimta R c 1i ietr A strenuous effort on tho part of nee Ft II Boatio was rondo to indict Detective y George Drake and William Prater charg ing them with highway robbery alleging sauna had been committed upon him The grand jury made a thorough Inn tigation of said charge and found that Mr Drake did notyot merit the notorious traits of Jesio James or Cole Vdunger but that ho deserved an unlimited amount of praise for his true miutlinri anti undaunted courage displayed eo frankly in establishing his innocence The grand jury which was composed of n set of MagomVa best citizens found no true bill against Mr Drake or Mr Prater but found n true bill against Mr Bustle for carrying n concealed pistol Mr Drako is n refined gentleman and as yet has never betrayed that confidence in which ho is held by tho good lawnbld hug citizens of Eastern Kentucky butrstill commands that upright and com mcndablo reputation with which ho Lisa been endowed from the cradle up We trust that Mr Drake and his ninny friends will not condemn tho good citi zens of Magoflln county for this erroneous charge rondo by Mr Bottle who is actl ron of Virginia and was on his way homo from tho Louisville jail where ho had been confined for sometime under a judgment of the United States court at tho time lie alleges the crime was com mittedMay 30 Conni i ONi EXT Ico Cream Now Made in a Minute I Imvo im Ice Cream Freezer that will freeze cream perfectly in one minute as it Iis suchn wonder n crowd will always IKJ around so anyone can make from five to six dollars n day selling cream and from ton to twenty dollars a day selling Freezers as people will always buy an article when it is demonstrated that they can make money by HO doing Tho cream is frozen instantly and is smooth and free from lumps I Intro douoiiOweU1 myself and bare friends succeeding so well that 1 felt it my duty to lot others know of this opportunity as 1 feet con bloat that any person in any locality can make money as any person can sell cream mud the Freezer soils itself J F Casey C Co 1 H3 Su Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you complete In structions and will employ you on salary fa if you can give them your wholo tilliei The discovery of cotton seed meal as cattle food line revolutionized tho cattle business in Texas rite longhorned steer line disappeared and tho cattlo shipped y are fat and line This step line improved the breeding increased the weight and oven Increased tho value perpouut1fof trelliS cattle t4 A malo creature in Kansas has had n widow arrested for throwing a kiss ct him Come to think of 1 tho silly cue tom of throwing kisses ought to be lilt couragcd as tlioj aro muck more satis factory when stuck like lLPoroUS plaster right on the spot where they are wanted A Chance to Make Money I rend how ono of your subscribers mado money selling Dishwashers I ordered one nmlmy lady friends were charmed as they bate dishwashing My brother nod I commenced selling them and have inndo 1700 after paying all expenses Wo dont canvass any Our sales ore all mado at homo People come or send for them Tho Mound City Disk Washer is the best Dishwasher on the market Our business Is Increasing and wo nro going to keep right on until we make 10000 Wo soil from 5 to 10 machines every day nnd some days more Tho dishwasher is lovely every housekeeper wants one There is no excuse to bo poor when so much money can bo mado soiling Dish Washers For full particulars address Tho Mound City Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo Tboy will start you on tho road to success A RUDER Some one who has takeR the trouble to count them says In A pownd et aWkssclover seed there are 708000 wed ewhite clover 740000 ef tl117t600 seed tel clover 279000 MW Dtrucklve eyelet intr rued tuts 0 M great Bruin of UM watry iMfUN pst wlr ttadeede1 HtM k iii a- sy IIUtlpilIL A it tY r- h I 1it = I It U- C ea iic Fo c = = O 1 n cr 1 i iii 11 TFiE PIAZEL BFlEE PlEFl1 SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor t Of a Xalsjr VorM With Xcwii From All Notions XaituVring at XIU hook 100 A YEAR Always In Advance I 11TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1890 NUMBER 10 Much in Little IS specially true of Hoods Pills for no melli rower In tineeregaref whole medicineI o Hoodschest always ready al 1 ways efficient always sat wryi prevent a cold fear cure all liver Ills Pillsar sIck headache Jaundice constipation etc Tbconly rills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllls 1 Lexington and Eastern Railway i Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND Xo 3 I o5I No 1 DailySTATIONS i Sundays ex t Daily only i I 1 Sunday LexiDgton10 00 nm I 6 50 pin I 4 3o pm Avon t 31 nm It J4 inn I 3 aa 101- Winehesler I IO nm 1 Ott inn 2 25 IHn Vtlrlie 854 am 5 47 j m 2 00 pn I Indian Fiisi S 37 am 5 31 pm 1 10 pm Clay City S 1n out 5 40 nin Stanton 8 10 am 5 IJlUlIIl 20 nm FUon i 55 not 4 4S nm Dundee 7 43nlll4 321111110 17 am Sit Bridge 7 3S am 4 07 am Torrent 7 24 am 4 14 pm 9 35 nm Btsttwe Jc 7 US nm 3 52 pm S 25 am Three FksC- Alhol G 53 am 3 42 pm 8 00 am 6 32 am 3 2 1 mm 7 IS nm Elkstawa 0 OS am 2 5S pm 6 30 am Jackson 6 00 am 2 M pm 0 10 nm EAST BOUND u4 No 0 STATIONS exiii Lexington 2 20 pin 7 45 am 630 am Avon 2 47 pm S 15 nm 7 OS nrn Winchester 3 07 pm 8 40 am 5 10 am I Fairlie 3 21 pm S 54 am S 54 am Indian Fhh 3 37 pm 9 10 nm 9 24 an- Clay I City 355 pin I H 2S nm 11 45 am Stanton 4 05 pm 0 3S am 12 10 pm puNatBridgepnDundee pnBeattyrel pmEllcitawa1pmAthol1 1 pmJacksonNOJ 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C t0 VnJon depot nt Lexington All frelch- trains arrive and depart from Kothorland JD LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT lien Pass Agent THIS WATCH is guaranteed snmo ns our 1100O WATCHES i nndkeep f1HE PRICE IS 250This ropABAidof American manufactune solid stemWindstom I duplexS j Send in your orders or call and seejj us toLexington Fred J Heintz NlrfICtaring Jlnert CIuTtn Ham 1oa11 1 a yar LOOK AT HOME Written for TUE HERALD If at times we feel inclined To find in any friend Some faults we think to them are biro a Some faults we wish to mend We first must look at our own life And new iu sparkling hue rightTisDo not let our news be broken painManyComes home to us again Do not form opinions blindly Hastiness to trouble tuuds unkindlyHayJackson Ky S J WILSON COMPULSORY EDUCATION Full Text of the lilies Bill as Passed by the Recent General Assembly Be it enacted by the general1 assembly FentuckytSHITIOX L That every parent guar than or other person in the Matr of Ken lucky having tho control of any child or children between the ages of 7 seven and JJ fourteen years shall be requiredi to send such child or children annually S eight consecutive weeks to some public or private day or night school fnr children Provided however that this act shall not apply in any case where the child has been or i being taught at home in such branches as are taught in public schools for n like period of time nnd tub ject to the some examinations as oth pupils of the district or city in whir I the child reside or whose physical hIr mental condition renders his or her n ers Ird dtttendance impracticable or who la trict or the board of education of the guardianu or ii- t it being shown to their satisfaction tbftl the pArent guardian or porson liiivTngi control was not able by reason of pov erty to clothe said child proporl r or that he or she has already acquired the ordinary branches required by taw notored schoolI in the case of colored chi I IIe dren taught within two 2 miles by nearest traveled road leer Star 2 Any parent guardian ornthero person failing to comply with the pr visions of this act shall forfeit to the use of the school in the city town or conI mon school district in which such child re idc n sum not less than thc So nor more than twenty 20 dollars for the first offense nor less thorn ten 10 nor more than fifty 50 dollars for the sec ond and every subsequent offense an cost of suit SEC 3 It shall be the duty of any school trustee or president of the board of education to inquire into all causes o f complaint nnd neglect of duty prescribedj in this act nnd he shall notify in writin the parent guardian or other person so offending that such complaint has bee made and if the cause be not show within fire 5 days to at once proceed against the responsible personsas 5s hereby provided and any school trustee 0 president of the board of education neg letting to undertake such prosecution iin good faith for such offence within ten 10 days after n written notice has bee served en him by any taxpayer in saidI district or city unless the person so com plained of shall be excused by the district or city board of education for reasons herein before stated shall forfeit to the public schools in the city townI or common school district in which saidIt trustee or president of the board of education resides a sum not less than ten 10 nor more than fifty C50 dollars SEC 4 Any person having control of a child who with intent to evade the provisions of thU act shall male a willfully false statement concerning tho agei of such child or the time such child has attended school shall forfeit for each of fence a sum not less than j nor more than twenty 20 dollars for the use ufI public schools for such city tewn or districtSEC 6 Any fineerpenalty mentioned in this act may be sued for and recorerei any court of record of justice fl proper ceunty in the oasis ofjjtjbe 1Hwelth of Kentucky for tbe M ltltlJaylfrckoekett1ecfty t1A J district it arhkh wckUcl rte 1 C iNd SEC 6 That upon the trial of any offense as charged herein if upon tucb trial it shall be determined that such cosajt the complainant avid colhctol as fines in other cases Sac 7 The conditions and pray i sions of this act shall apply to any paren guardian or lIron having control of at coloredchild or children in like manue- in sections 1 2 3 4 A and G but ii white child shall be permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for coll oral children and no colored child ball be permitted to attend or become a pupil in any school for white children Spoons Free To All I rend in the Chrbtian Sunday tin Mist A M Fritz Station A St Ixuiip Mo would she an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2cont stamp + I sent for one Iud found it so useful that showedJ it to my friends and made 13 in two hours taking orders for the spoon The hook spoon is a bouto hold necesMty It can not slip into tho dih or cooking vessel being held iin the place by a hook on the buck Tho spoon isomething houtolrecpers have needed ever since spoons were first invented Any one can get a sample spoon by fending Un 2 cent stamps to UUs Fritz This n splendid way to make money nruund home Very truly 921 JnAXXETTBS j II Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the disea od portion of the card There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the Kustnchinn Tube WhenI this tube is inflamed you have n rum j IIJling sound or imperfect hearing and i tingc I result and unless the inflammation can 1ho taken out mid this tube restored to bn9 destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing rbut an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces 1We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by en Ilnllns Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 BSTSold by druggists The There is said to be a model cigar dealer in New York who refuses to sell cigars to small boys nnd handles only the bestI brands for adults He posts in his win dow newspaper clippings relating to the deadly woJk of the cigarette for the edi ficaion of tho youth of his neighborhood Da Not Do dIcDo not be induced to buy any other if you have made up your mind to take Hoods Sarsaparilla Remember that Hoods Sarsaparilla cures when all others Ian Do not give up in despair because other medicines leave failed to help youf Take Heeds Sarsaparilla faithfully and 4 you may reasonably expect to be cured Hoods Pills are purely Tegetable carefully prepared from the best ingre dieats 25ceats A trolley car dropped through a bro ea bridffat Victoria f O jw4 rixty peef le were kmI y n i t i CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will please bear in ruin 11 rerelveisat office not later than Tuesday evenln to insure jiubllcntion in the current issue WOLFE COUNTY GUlmore Gleanings trLogan Lindon has A very sick child DuncgaoTiio Willow A J Lindon is sulfcrin- l considerable with throat trouble JViroe M Elys child who has Lcc sick so lung with skin disease is worse Miss Knchncl Vest daughter of J II Vest was 10 years old May 31st and oni poundats Where Is thore another that equals her I One Ikiyd Park son of Wnyno Park stole Logan Lindens mare n few nights since for which ho is now under arrest at Daysborn This is the same mare that John ItatlifT took two or three years ago and is now serving n term ofcovet years in the pen and no doubt Mr Pan will enter at the same door June 1 UXCLI REMUS LEE COUNTY Fincastlo Fishings I iyBurn on the 22nd inst to the wlfeok Fletcher Kinctml n bouncing girl Mr Mitchell Gum of Indiana Is visit lug his brother J n Gum near hero The sheriff was around last week andI tho boys went ground hog hunting whenI ttay MW him corning Mr W T Prater accompanied by his nether visited relatives at Hedges lastl Saturday and Sunday I Our genial county school superintend ml J G Thomas was round to sec us Sunday the guest of A li Akors The good rainy that wo havo had forth paw few days have gladdened tho carts of the farmers considerable W S Morris W A Jones T S- ftdtelfonl L and a Mr Patton spontSun y atflireo Forks City in viewing the night Tho most of tho boys around hero when they set out tochin the girls are so young that they have to be carried by thcgirls motherWo that there was a fight SunS day on tho creek near Easton mill between Marion Adkins and Tobo Rogersi the latter being slightly wounded The lloyds mill on Hell creek which 1 has been idle for some time started up iin full blast and will give employment ta several hands for the next twelve months The Sunday excursion train Inst Sunday ran n horse belonging to J E Morris into the Walkers creek bridge and killed j it The horse ran for about n mile and a half before ho run on the bridge No 12 school district held a meeting and decided to build n new school house and change location which will be about one mile from where tho old one sits The contract was awarded to Crate j Kincaid May 25 WILD DILL HAOOFFin COUNTY Hendricks Hastings Ambrose Arnett of this place is In very bad health at present Q Rollin Knsh was a guest of tho Hen 1 Bricks House Wednesday and Thursday nightCharles Koyscr and Wesley Rose were guests of the Hendricks House a few nights ago- Dudley J II Arnett of this place was appointed notary public of Magoffin on the 21st lnstJ1Boyd P Siincr and Miss Mary Williams wore joined in matrimony on tho 24th inst May they livo a happy liteJD M Aructt sold two three ycarold to Charles Keyset Wednesday for E26 They were good ones you bet C M Patrick of this place died Sat unlay the wad inst leaving a wife and thirteen dear children and many frieada to mourn Ida lone Our circuit court having bees IB MM a des for toe put two week inn jwti doaMb OHM jterjr nswrtwl C7 fedJ b aMBto 1uTi f exaMiatd 122 wltieww i 0 A strenuous effort on the part ofoae E H Bostic was made to indict Detective George Drake and William Prater charg ding then with highway robbery alleging samo had been committed upon him The grand jury mado a thorough invest tigation of said charge and found that Mr Drake did notyct merit tho notorious traits of Jesse James or Cole Ydunger 11but that ho deserved an unlimited amount of praise for his true manlinJpta and undaunted sogfrankly establishing his innoccuse The grand jury which was composed nof a set of Magoffina brat citizens found no true bill against Mr Drake or Mr Prater but Quad n true bill against Mr pistolMrand as yet has never betrayed that confidence In which ho is held by the good Inwabid ing citizens of Eastern Kentucky but still commands that upright and corn mendablo reputation with which ho lisa been endowed from the cradle up We that runnykzcni of Magoffm county for this erroneous charge made by Mr BoMlc who Is a citi of Yayhomohind been confined for sometime under a udgment of the United States court at tine time he alleges the crime was committed May 30 ConnKsroNDENT Ico Cream Now Made In a Minute I have nn Ice Cream Freezer that will freeze cream perfectly in one minute as ahvasIbe around so anyone can make from five to six dollars n day selling cream and from ten to twenty dollars u day selling Freezers RJ people will always buy an article when it is demonstrated that they can make money by so doing Tho cream is frozen instantly nnd is smooth and free from lumps I have doncrowcll 4 myself nnd have friends succeeding BO well that I felt it my duty to let others know of this opportunity as I feel con fidont that any person In any locality can make money as any person can sell crcnm nnd the Freezer sells itself J F Casey rt Co 1113 St Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you complete in structions and will employ you on salary Jif you can give them your wholo time The discovery of cotton seed meat as cattle food has revolutionized tho cattle business in Texas The haghorned steer has disappeared and tho cattle shipped are fat and fine This step has Improved tho breeding increased the weight nnd even increased the value per poundof Texas cattle i 3 A malo creit uro in Kansas has had a widow arrested for throwing n kiss at him Como to think of U the silly cusp tout of throwing kiMos ght to be discouraged ns they nro nmcji more satis factory when stuck like n pbrous plaster right on the spot where they are wanted MoneyImade money selling Dishwashers I or dered one and my lady friends were Mybrother a and have inado 1700 after paying all w expenses Wo dont canvass any Our salsa are all mado at homo People como CItyDlshWasher market Our business is Increasing and we arc going to keep right on until we mako 10000 Wo sell from 6 to 15 andsomodayamorohe keeper wants one There is no excuse to bo poor when so much moony can bf ade soiling Dish Washers For full C1tyDlehlVasher start you on tbo road to success jL Some one who has takes fie trouble t count these says Ia a rend of aMW clover seed there are 708090 seed el white clover 740000 ef tlMtfcy 217V 600 seed red elever 271000 seed Dettmetive eyeie reti fere pawed ftwr Krea perllM of UM NMltty inkt- he pest pk Satsinieal lIb ti e Jest i tljJj jL i t rI t Wlf 4 t t tir 0 tK hAt it- rpy 11I 4Min a II n 1 tii r TrTw w- x 0 cn Jj 17 fIE MERALDH- azell Green Hearsays ttl app lngs Prominent Portions O D Swaugo Is In Lexington attend ing the Democratic convention Mrs Minnie Day of Spencer was the guest of Mrs F N Day tills week J T Day left Wednesday for n bust ness trip to Torrent and other points Denny Carter of West Liberty took dinner at thoDay House Wodnosdny The Misses Kingo of Frcnchburg were guests of J W Cravens Monday night Misses Lizzie rieratt and Either Wil SrI80n I week J O Trimble and son IJrneo of Ml Sterling were guests of W 0 MJM on t Tuesday llarve Nickell who has boon at Tor rent for a few weeks peer returned homo on Tuesday Miss Rosa Salver and J P Salver o Lickburg visited the family of W 0 Mite Tuesday Charles and Miss Mattie DuO of Spen cer were guests of Miss Ltlliu during the week EIIiISII Mra Lucy Picratt and Miss Con Combs of Ezel visited friends and rela tives hero this week The guests of the Day House during the week were W W McGuiro nile family of West Liberty II L Ledford and daughter of Spun cer spent commencement week with tin family of John H Evan s S J May son anti daughter Dudley Arnett and Miss Lillie May wore visitingi friends and relatives en Lacy creek Clay Ilollon J W William and 1 X Horton of Campion were gticsU of the Day House Tuesday night Geo A Dean of narbotirville and W J Seitz of West Liberty wren registered 1 at the Day IIousc since our last issue Miss Laura Rnwlings returned from Torrent last week and with Willie Pier att will assume charge of thu Racket Store The guests ofT IL Thompson Sunday night were Misses Solia nod Lillie May S J May Doan C Patrick anti J P SalyerMrs Fitzpatrick Miss Cirecnwado and1 two Mr GrcenwadeV of Montgomery county wcro guests of Mrsr Thompfun Monday night A D Lacy one of Magoflins brainiest products and a young man of shrewsl i Intelligence was a guest of Mrs Kash I eightISr May Loula Eo May Lillie May Rosa Salyer D 0 May and Sherman r Guile tt were among tho visitors fromI Mngoflin county hero this week Misses Lyddy Ledford and Mattie Duff of Spencer were guests of their cousin Miss Lillie Evans during tin i commencement week at the academy Miss Emma Pioratt of Ezel attendedi tho commencement exorcises at the aendI cmy and on Thursday left for Campion where she will spend the remainder ofI the week visiting relatives and friends Jos F Taulbee who was awarded the K M I medal in the oratorical contest at Mt Sterling n few days since is the guest of his uncle Dr Julia A Taulbee Miss Mollie Dermody who has becnI I connected with the Racket Store on I Wednesday resigned her position and1 Thursday left for her homo at Louisville J I Miss Belle Trimble of Menifee county+ j t is now livihg in the family of tho editor nnd his bctteri anti the young ladies of J tho town should call upon her and make I her welcome j i Bruce W Trimble of Mt Sterling will begin a protracted meeting at lazel i on Saturday night Ho can continue over tho second Sunday anti longer if deemed advisable s GeorgetownsI camp up last Friday mind has been taking f 3 hertformor1 I Cordnt the Home p A bevy ol young ladies composed od a Misses Dora and Sarah Rose of Still water and Misses Minnie Wallis and 8 chaperonedl y Miss Carrie Rose made Tjin UKRAU j office n pleasant call Saturday evening f FrilLongy bblissII palTtttn pleasant csiterday They attended the commencci 0 stout at the academy and wore the tuwts of Dr Nickell and John Davis roil pectlvely f ljtTty i Look at the date after your name on tho address of your paper and govern yourselves accordingly Tho Racket Store will this week or next bo moved to the storeroom recently ioccupiedOut of weakness comes strength when the blood has been purified enriched und vitalized by Honds Snrsnparilla Why sulfur with that headache when you eau secure a box of Mogrimino a this vilicu for 00 cents and got Immudlat- irelict e limo election for school trustees take plnco on Saturday afternoon next an all whu are interested in time education of the children should attend John II Evans of this place on TuesI day sold to JI T Day four acres of ground adjoining the property ho recently pur chased hum John M Rose at 35 per mare Rev T IT Scott colored will preachI at tho Presbyterian church at this place fot1t jlowing Sunday at the Wm Davis school- housej on Red river Dr Nickell reports time birth of a boy rhcrIRcpuUluiI CIIIIU free silver standoff Why not patronize a homo enterpri prise nail use the best flour Buy a sack of J1 Days Perfect alsoI Straight Lilly White and Goodcnough Manufactured by The J T Day Roller KycThis has been a gala week in tho his tory of Hazel Green Atilt at least 1C visitors from abroad wore in attendance but wu failed to obtain their names and in consequence they do not appear Next week wo shall try and give the list run pieta Edward M Txlbot is located at the Day House and will remain in HazelI Green until time Mth inst All who need1 dental work of any kind will do well tto call and sue him as ho comes very highly recommended Do not delay having that decayed tooth attended to Japanese Oil is said to bo time iiio wonderful liniment for external lion that scientific chemists have yot been able to compound Hundreds and1 thousands testify to this as it has save I 1bothj tits foul expense Sold at this office at tlO cents a bottle Try it na it is a jhousehold nccosity and always a friendI IIn need grwlreputation as caterers and all who viei Torrent nuts bo assured that they willI larva n pleasant time at nominal cost On the 13th of the present month Day C McCormick will haven grand forwhich occasion line string and bra band has been engaged and runty other attractive features He sure and rend tho adof the Daily Hack Line between hero maul Torrent1 and note the change Passengers can now leave either point any morning except Sunday and hove a comfortable ride through for only 1 or five cents a mile which is certainly a very low rate Travelers should give the hack their pat ronage and avoid the annoyance quad ex pause of n private rig Elder J T Pioratt of Hazel Green is holding a very warm nail successful1 meeting at time Pleasant Valley churchI and at tho present time has tool 3t addi lions to the chllrchO by immersion Elder Pieratt is an able preacher and a faithful worker in the pastors vineyard1 nail says ho intends to stay until ho gets 10 more from the devils silo May tho good work continue OvVingsville Outt look I 1 ENGLISH II12 W SHORT Regular Meals 1 25 conts Monls to order nt all hours u n Iii to u p m Supper from b to U p m SnecialtvII c 2 i 7 Decoration DayII fonrnrei gled sense of pleasure and sorrow It brings back iu vivid pictures the scenes lightsI picturi ast umo on that day To some they are bright bright as heaven to some they are dark dark past all expression yet they are gazed upon with a fond sorrowful pleas urn that clings to hearts through all the changing vicissitudes of life It in a deep and solemn pleasure to gather flowers from the garden where mother planted them and scatter them oer her grave It I1III11elltof paternal love bathing the soul in noca of fond memory that over olhnlnnt- front a mothers life The flowers she loved Lest and tended with such carr eer she time flower of our lives faded tool bIIngel hand was transported i to the gardens of paradise these we stru upon our mothers graves Tho on ring hlillowcdeearthly shrines mothers lure and there IIIIis sisters or brothers graven or perhaps both and as wo place time flowers on their little groves we think of the sweet sunny days of yarn when wo played tOE theron the grass carpeted hillsides or by ti murmuring rivulets pausing we gaze r 1tho picture drawn so vividly on memo vies cunvass and realize that there have been flowers plucked from time gardens of our lives that can never be replaced Hut our faith looks up to God nod we know that they have been transplanted by ills care mold Hunts upon their gar meats white these sacred blossoms wear On the great decoration day fluffs com lug Christ shall be the decorator and will our tiers merit a wreath from h hands May we live so that I kindredii moet with those friends anti n j that bright eternal morning whose lives hationtwo aIha J j i hands wreaths of iimmortal flowers given 1in commemoration tlfII life of ict mlwon for Christ mad Heaven rlcsl May 30 SloctM I II Lightning Hot Drops I What D Funny Namel j mtVery True but It Kills All Pain j I ttSold Everywhere Every Cay j I Without RollerI There Is No Paylii Road the advertisement of the J T1 III 6Iq Roller Mill which appears with this j issue of our paper This mill now nouns areaequalj any mill in the state and a trial of the respective brands will convince any our of the truth of tho assertion And the j beautyof tilt thing is tho fiat that allI grades are sold as low as the samo clone of goods can bo had from any mill freight destinedtto fill a long foil want in the community and should receive a liberal support from the people throughout this entire section When one thinks that outs a few years since nOM could ho had only by hooting it from Mt Sterling or attending mill at that place with a turn of wheat ho cat renlizo the importance of having this mill as it wore right at his door Thro time courtesy of the company wo hoes tried n sack of tho Perfect brand of then flour made at this mill and wo can say without hesitating that it is all that the name implies J T Day of tills place and lien Mc Cormick of Lexington fifO converting nature in and about Torrent into a bnuJj J tiful pii minor resort Thor have just erected a hotel that will accommodate lit to 200 guests built a dancing pa vilion that will accommodate liO couples wilt a swing to sent 20 people and mire tow cementing n miniature fish pOlldI there visitors can while away tho tedium if the hours by angling for the finny ribo This latter will be stocked with he choicest fish and an amphitheatre milt around it will afford shelter for il600 people Tile place will bo lighted with electric lights and promises to be one of the greatest summer resorts iu Eastern Kentucky Tho bltellis under time supervision of Elder Bruce Trimble Tho lintel Green fair this year will begin on Tuesday August 26 and con Uuuo fur four days Tills ofllco has the 1 prmlumjl15d ii- o r Breakfast from to 9 a m Dinner fro ff f fIEfttTTtl JFLeUBrt Will soil you I SU E A l1 IpriccsgWhite Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound poundwAll other goods in proportion Como nnd son mo I will inakf happy foul will fool like lifo is youHomoyou moans a Gush transaction Dont ask for credit Respectfully PIERATTm I Gi = =v = = I E11 HAZEL GREEN i E ii1 i Normal and Preparatory School if i1i1JrWSpecial courses in Bible Short lEi illfftfft ffthand and Typewriting and Orna l and Plain Drawing l 1 JllilJITICOUHSgS SusIAISIiExponsos tho Lowoot 1 tt1 ALL 1 v Il A l11111lh Discipline tho Flrrnostt iJJx Instruction Tho reu I t ghllll IfIftf 1800SpecialI I u i l prepare lor touching All the branches of the Common School IUf IjjIj if j troll and wllllhllll18 only 28SV rll rllIt will hOn good time for teachers to review their school work n1- time coining year- S iwl fur lltll JHiixul Union KOIIIII + rR 1 1J1A = = = 1 r=oIL ttH BE ENTERPRISE I t Ilavltlg sold my Hatlo 1 have gone Into tho BUSINESS And ak the lpatrnnngo of the community I mnko and rtptdr all kinds of IIunions mypricosJOHN tPIERATT THE HERALD DAILY HACK LINE q JIIITwmmo Hazel Green and Torrent Olio Hnck morning8uumlmiys FARE 100 EACH WAY I1l1clUft11 lutsinpar ExpressGO TWO LIVERY STABLES Ono at Torrent and one at Hnz1 Green goodstock fmhonccommodation iiIII terms Soliciting the patronage of the public I am respectfully tcJ JeTAYLOIL DAY iI J 6 FeB ACADEMY 18 THE 1MBDJUM THE J T DA- YROLLERIILL ClllllorllorbeutndogooltJ101lt MnrkdIrleo onnilwilltobllYorittrotildI rnHIal p proprietorof orthotiny plaint thoy may have from any anijtlo nt uUjustclnlniiiliberalwith ctmetoma2uhltyrTkRjI g the pespi fee Nit llt l pM rouego AlII fiT tNp4AI1t n I J IAJ j 11 t c f h 1 IIH I t1 ilJl tff- ii TITTTTTIttn t THE HERALD s a SPJCXCCR COOPER PuWUnen HAZEL GREEN t i t KY + DANGER IN ICEBERGSa rr such Damage Frequently Result from x 1 CollUlont with tho Monitors r Every year we receive from whips t homeward bound by way of Capo Horn from San Francisco and Portland U10It west coast ports of South Americai Australia and New Zealand reports ofi encounters with masses of ire large fl and small noino times singly some times In groups so numerous as to spread over the whole surface of the F sea and leave scarcely any apnea of clear open water through which es gape may be made Last year was no exception tb the rule and the present Benson will probably have a largo crop Of casualties to report Happily it is not always possible to gauge the extent of tho damage dono by these floating monsters for if n ship goes down after crashing into a berg she leaves no R traces of her presence and when she is posted as missing no known cause of her loss can bo definitely stated Fall or that in known to tho contrary she may just as well have gone down oil F the Horn after having been thrown her beams ends and dismasted in a sudden squall Tim occurrence of ice in the com paratively low latitudes of Capo Horn and the Falkland islands is cattily ex plained The ice has originally formed part of the great barrier which with very few breaks surrounds tho vus Antarctic continent rising to an aver ago height of from ISO to 200 fectabova anti sinking from 1100 to 1400 feet below the level of the sea und having moreover a thickness of something like 1200 or 1600 feet It Is a solid per pendicular wall of ice formed by t descent over the lowlands into the sea of leo and snow which forms on the t mountainous inland and when tho rtforofrontsius of about 300 or 400 fathoms largo Stretches are broken oft and float away northward with the current When they start on their aimless career they nifty bo miles in extent anti though as i n rule they break up by collision and erosion It is not unusual to encounter an island miles long in the neighborhood of tho extreme ice limit For Instance the Coldinghamo in this region passed about IOO bergs one of whitens ch ten miles long The Cutty Snrk t ngaln in latitude 50 south longitmlo 47 west found by cross bearings anil distance run that the east side of ono horg which she encountered was 19 miles long At first the manses flu straight flattopped and horizontally stratified altogether unlike those met With in the north lly the notion of tho waves they are cut at the waters edg i into coves and caverns of n heavenly 1 bluo color Then as they collide or g i I molted away at tho base by the action j i of the water they turn over and a to the wondering mariner those MhoII 1cJuserlptlonI 1 1 still moro strangelyI shaped and ulti mately melt nwnyPnll Mall Gazette JOURNEYING IN PERSIA MlnUtcr of tho Stiiih Ciiuno n Orcnt Cum motion on Their Travel The British consul at Ispahan in hi s lost report describes the Injury done to trade in that country by the iHrlodleiu disorganization of transport from Un port of liushlrc to Somiz surd Ispahan Not long ago the cost rose to four times t tho ordinary rate anti it fluctuates vio lently at short periods Recently thei main cause was a mortality among horses mules and donkeys in the south of Persia They died along tho road and their bodies wore left by tho way Bide tainting tho air and the grazing and KO increasing tho epidemic A constant source of disturbance tc transport Is tho traveling of local ofr flclnls They all require a largo amount of carriages and their messengers ar sent into the bazars and the surround t ing country to impound all the anit mnls they can got The muleteers object as their animals are overloaded I and illtreated while they get no ade qunto hire are kept away from thehi homos for Indefinite periods at theirt own cost and aro abused and beratei by the great mans hirelings The S Stem of seizing baggage annuals Is calledI Mal btgiry and when it become s known that it is intended the muleteer flee with their beasts to tho hills and1 hide Those who are on the rond leave their loads at tho nearest village andI disappear to some place for security so that for a fortnight or more it is im possible to get any animals for until the muleteers know that time place has returned to its ordinary state they wl l 1 keep away London Thue8IRrnsuu l nouJhILandlords seem to be having it alls4 their own way now Hero mine ham II- 1iJ ttdpnbll my rent 1 J For what reason Ho heard my wife singing The Bo bleB In Our Plat Detroit Free Press Quick is the succession of human events the cares of to nuy arc Keldom io tho cores of tomorrow anil whtin ux rp6r jUe down at night we may safelyI ay tnL9 xiet of our troubles chn stfFI 6teqer JUGGLING WITH STATISTICS Republican llrgftn Doctorlnjr acts to Suit ITliclr Own Purposes We noted recently several inntanccs of the co using effect of MeKinley worship on the mathematical faculties In tho case of the New York Tribune the some effect appears coupled with an atrophy of that moral sense which abhors untruth or the ttcmblancc of It Rebuking Jen Clarkson for having said that MuKlnley Is the champion of nn extreme ultra high protective tariff says that it IB an iiHtanitmlng bluu der fora republican to speak of that act 1800 as one of extreme protection It then proceeds to show In its own peculiar way that all former repuhll can tariffs were higher It says thatt the McKinley nut produced duties from 18Uf5 that nver ged Slflfl per cent while the nut of 18U3 during its first three years averaged 306S px real and the uvemge under the law In four from ISfttt to aril was 4194 per cent Waiving the slight Inaccuracies in these percentages which appear on ex nmlnatlon of the treasury reports for no prudent person will accept the fig tires given bythere arithmetical bung lees and triekntertt without hivcstlga tiarathe trick that the Tribune 3 in cajmble of tU ceiuling to to score a j point lies in Its tilting the average non t the jHTceutngeR of duty computed on all the import whether they sire dull able or on the free list This Is a very traimparcnt fraud this computation u f duties on imports tlmt Imy no duty In order to CUlt discredit on former repub lican tariffs and make a bettor showing for what It termed when first enacted the best lord bravest tariff ever enact ed The dllTerence Intween this and the shelving mode by calculating thel rata on the gorKls on which taxes werel laid shows that Clnrkson wan right andI tin Tribune is not only wrong but iIs iislly convicted of shield evasion idrime real1 question is what was tin avprage rate or taxes paid on the dull able goods Imported Taking the satin tables for tho imiiie period we find tin t the average for till years KSfiO71 WIll 4UOS per cent for 18840 4434 jar cent anti for 1SOS4 McKlnleys It was 4012h per cent What It would have peen lintiI it lasted longer its tofu of progression ylvts fiome indication TIll average was 4S71 Hr seal in 1Sut 40S pin cent In 1S03 mad 5000 in Its Intlt year This elmiige rants from the gnu unl change of policy MM the republican putty grew more nod nuuv nultiwl The first tariff wore laid for revenuo as well as protective purpose They covered articles not iiroducod hero as well as those tint were Hence in ISflO Tl the iuiKirU pnying no tuxes wore only about 0 per cent of nil By t lie 0tlml tho era of McICinlcyisni had ar lived till jHirty lia l reNchml the policy of putting on the free list everything oat product beet and taxing highly everything like that which wan Thiii made the free linjMirts ehlelly sugfir rten anti coffee in the MeKlnloy period 50 per cent of all we have the molntion of thatIxtCAely decmtsr that rift the customs revenues fnmi 4820J in 1SOO ho- I fare McKlnlrys am wont Into HYoct to lSO35Ssoa In its last your Putting revenue producers such as raw sugar dl the free list depleted till revenue while till Inordinate taxation of com peon goods decreased their consump flea and consequent importation noel thus reduced revenue It Is this policy that It is proposed to restore If a ma jority of the voters are silly enough to consent Hut what shall bo thought of u paper nail a candidate of that paper when such methods are used to bolster up his candidacy anti his iatuscSt Paul OIoIt Pntllo llopcs A manufacturer of hunt implements In an adjoining state who is waiting for McKinleytam to hring the promised good then mentioned Ills tapes aiM expectations to the editor of a journal elevated to his Industry In reply he received the following You have my sympathy not on acrobat of live cent i otnUHW anti 40ccnt wheat but let enlist of your extreme credulity in thinking for a moment that the election of McKinley will make anything better than we hove now It Is not necessary for you anti me to quarrel shout it the chances are ho will ln elected At sill wants If money ran buy him the place fie will got it Fouryearn from now wo will be just as much poorer than now as we two worse ott now than 20 years ago Its all right though it takes a good deal of venting to make people bee what IIs necessary but in Gods tlmlI It will soave I write you this so you will not be deceived nod expect Mc Klnlcys election to help you pay unv billsSttlnul Globe A man to be president of theI United States needs n good dent of a stifflIf he has been tried as governor of a state anti has been found out to iIH 1 kindhearted limp everybodys friend ort of n man ho is hardly to be nomtt hinted ly wise republicans is he IUsIl just as Well to think of these things bec lore it Is too late It will be easier now than in the midst of a hard campaign t New Haven Palladium Rep Hon Mark llanna has referred to Messrs Platt anti Quay as mere I- lioIlthnl i babies Who is Mark Jon running lor prcsldcntanyho1hlm or that other Ohio ntnnIowa I Ileglrter Rep IGNORANCE TRIUMPHANT The Lciflthnnto Itcnults of Itcpubncan Folly The threntandconttnucdprobAbilit of McKiuleys nomination wakens curlI Otis anti conflicting emotions in emi vent republican bosoms A Washing ton correspondent reported the other tiny a convurMition on the subject over heard in a group of republican Semi tors They wero astounded at the sue chat of the McKinley canvass It was not wholly due to the unscrupulous and mercenary methods of his managers There was an unmistakable and pow erful demand for McKinley among th republican masses nut why shoal there 11e7 The man was a fool every bodyat Washington knew that TAI U about his authorship of the McKlnlej bill The mwi who really mode thai wero Aldrich anti Allison anti fleet- r I McKinley 1 knew no moro about his ow tariff than about four diuteusfonnl ge ometry The clerk of his committee gave 1him all his facts and figures an I for the rest his parrotlike formula 1 brought out on all occasions about the American fireside hurl to sutlico Hero was n man who had neither wit no jmwer of speech no knowledge of public business no torn of character no convictions no courage no salient qualities whatever except an extraor Binary and woodenheaded sclt con I plaeency noel yet the masses of tilt partyof intelligence wore madly de manding that this bramble be king over them It was all n strange and depress lug puyle to the superior senatorial mind Hut the mystery is not so profound or insoluble Cause produces effect as iIn exorably in politics as In physics an 1 the whirlwind of tariff 1 Ignorance which tho republican loaders now fear Is mu till legitimate reapingI from the wind oi folly which they have been sowing to I It ninny years past They themselves it1 la true have boon very cynical aboutt It They lint winked to en eh other as they Ihave talked about the forei ne paying the tux shunt artificially big- t 1 priers being a blessing about doubling the price of wheat by a high duty aboutt making the tall chimneys smoke at Titters wild by legislation and raisiuu ii tnvtitlon Off tho stump they i i t Ij II I j j t A Uottcn Retard tiring 1rldn to thl UcpiililUunx Some of the republican organs lire presenting the record of the house at Washington IKS ono to bo proud ofT They swell with gratification over the filet that nil till appropriation bills have been jmssed There was never tiny trouble in get ting appropriation ollls jwissod by n republican congress Under Reeds rule in time Fiftyfirst congress the house sjwnt n billion dollars and the sjHaker was very proud of It lint he WitS not so puffed up when he returns came in the next November and ho saw his party hurled under an ava lanche IH It a thing to be proud of that the house hits nproprlated 20000000 or more in excess of time revenues and made but Ont effort and that not an honest Ont to supply the deficiency Was the uneonsidored indorsement of the pivsldcnts Venezuela message IIjoint action which checked the business revival and cost time country millions f dollars a matter to bo proud of I I If a dn nothing president inlx lit ics+ iI jingoism and bunoombe session is IIii thing to be proud of it is the sort of pride which the good book says goet before a fall XY World bII McKlnicy stands for a doctrine whose beneficiaries can afford to pay j well for the special privileges secured to i them under the bill bearing his name They can make no better investment than in buyingcnouglm official positions of the McKinley stripe to enable them to run the United States government Once represented by their own pliant Ilgls1InUonof trusts combines and pools as they may desire One of the strongest fen I lures of the campaign thus far carried on in that the masses do not grasp this feet or nor too apathetic to make the jj fight on behalf of good government that it suggests MoKinley cannot be for thom and at tho same time for the pow capIi MEXICAN MUMMIES Xlio Grawsomo Epect cl0 In tle Cataoosak at Gttanajaata Inc1udlDgGunnaI tively modern mummies and of cata combs The practice prevails as la Barcelona and some other European communities of renting tomb space for the use of n corpse In Mexico if at the expiration of the original term there Is no renewal of the lease the corpse IK evicted and dumped into an extensive underground chamber If in the dry nr the evicted mummifies he stands piecesdheap The Guanajuato catacomb 111I ghastly enough to satisfy the most ex acting connoisseur of the grewmtomc 1Ilo1ra Tills r Rewardnfor any case of Catarrh that can not cuml Ity IlalPa Catarrh Cure R J CHUNKY A Co Props Toledo 0 JdCheney for tho last 15 yours and believe him perfectly honorable la all business transactions and financially able to carryout uuy ol Hftloas inmlo by tholr firm Torhtlu U WALDIXO KINXAS MAUVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood aunt mucous surfaces of the system Price 7m per hot tie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials froo Hulls Family Pills are tho best Ins Srnrnn I thought you said It was the llttto boy next door who was making alt time nolsol Little Johnnie So It was ma I was 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their RIco And watched tho gopher whllo ho sought his hole As Dossy chewed her cud beneath tho tree Tho rustling leaves played sweetest dreamy tunes As did they In tho lovely Junes gone by Who crickets chirped In marshy meadows wide While nighttime gleamed with phosphorescent fly We dreamed tho clouds were leathery beds of case On which to lay our weary bodies down As In tho fancy of our childhood days WoM ride tho swiftest cloud and wear a crown Tho water In tho brook BO cnlm and clear As oer tho pebbles lulling whispers spoke That told tho secrets of its mountain path White on Its quiet journey to tho lake tow lay wo down on greo anti mossy bank And watched the sportive minnows at their play While nibbling crumbs we scattered for a fount A sure return to come some other day Whllu dreaming thus tho spell was sure to- brtnmicI Too soon was marred this rapturous youthful blissk Bj rlnulng bells that tolled tho hour of seven And with their tones wo gave good night a kiss Indianapolis Tribune THE INVINCIBLES MASCOT 1t IJY KVKitAitu JACK d lIfE1US I COlTIUOHT 18081 Tell you about the mascot of our base bull nine Certainly sir Just take n teat on this bench and while wo are uniting for the other boys to get here wu eau talk Do I mind your taking It louti as I go on Not a hit sir we arc aiol ashamed of our mascot 1 tell you lli r name her real IInme11i Nellie Jirlmnn and shes Frank Hartmans sinter but tho name she goes by with us is just Mascot Since sho has been with us do you know we havent lost H single game of ball nail weve been Joying for three months every Satur day Fiats n pretty good record if I u do say It Frank is her brother an i Bald and our pitcher with Hanks sub fit It ulng now though onceIthere I go gv ttlng ahead of my story Well there thouii Frank and hes getting to bo welt lnown too Ho is only 15 years old IHlullrIlieh+ And Mascot is just like him in that Sho Is the strongest girl I ever saw i und It seems funny to think that only live years ago the doctor told MrI Hart inuu thut If she didnt get mere exor cise nod play out in the air more she miltvouldut live Sho had always been nothingInI when tho doctor said that her father irnQllheri i wholeihe did almost she did too The boys xuado fun of him at first for always laving n tagaround after him but they coot got used to her Frank of course was mighty font of her and as for her she knew just 4plain knew there never had been a boy i quite OH perfect as he was I They were like two chums more than like brother and sister When the Invinclbles were organized last May every game that came oil you might have seen Mascot there sitting in the snmo plnco and watching the game na if she hadnt another thought in the world Whenever Frank made a specially good play which ho did pretty often that being n little habit he had she would cheer him and look so happy it would do you good to look at tosutltebaelcathereveryi f naked him why ho did it and vie laughed anti said My sister is my mascot boys and 1 dont believe Id win n gamine if I didnt heltheroWe lll1t him then but we dont any snore Well all summer long wo played as jf we were professionals and as luck would have it wo never lost n game It just seemed as if we couldnt lose with Frank llartman in the box avid Smith hes thnt heavyset young fel low coming now catching We began rdothlrtk we were invincible sure enough and I guess we got a trifle too sure and a little too proud of our battery k The second one didnt como up to lint man and Smith by any menus and vfr 1 finally let them go anti Frank and Smith pitched and caught all through the games Instead of getting fireda And cureless ns you might have thought Is 0 they would they seemed to get better and better and we left off thinking about any possible accidents that might happen because none ever did Toward the end of the season how ever our captain I wasnt holding the office that year you sec began to get worried and one tiny it just seemed to dawn on him that there wasnt a boy in tho team who could take Franks place so ho went to him and said Look here Hartmnn what could we do if anything should happen to you one of these days Do you know wo havent got a mat in the nine who could pitch for you It makes mo fairly sick to think how dead wed be if you got sick Dont you worry said Frank sell ing Im not going to get sick if anything should happen so that I couldnt play tho Invineiblcs would have a substitute who will give perfect satisfaction I guarantee you that Thats all he would say though the captain tried to make him tell who It was But just as if to make him prove what ho had said what did Frank do the very next morning but full nail break his leg That was on Thursday and Saturday was the day for our game with the Red Stockings The Red AM KltANK8 BUUSTITUTK HHK Stockings I forgot to tell you were the strongest boy team In the city text to ours and this gene was to be the big Best one of the whole summer We had never yet crossed hats as they soy und wo knew the match would decide which of us html the right to the cham pionship You emu imagine our feet ings whim Nellie llartman came run nlng up where wo happened to have suet aunt said Frank had broken hie legBlue We were the bluest sot of boys in the city I know liter weeks of practice preparing for this really big match to have Frank llartman break his leg was about the worst thing we could have dreamy ofj and as for our captain he was just sick lie mould hardly hold his head up for he knew he ought to have had a second battery limit It was too late to do anything now We mould not declare the match oil without being the laughingstock of the other nine and we couldnt go on with It without being whipped out of our boots so there we were I We felt sorry for Frank of course though we felt sorrier for ourselves and we nil went up to his room mill shook hands with him as solemn ns so many owls He kind of smiled when he saw us anti nftcra few minutes talk about the accident ho said turning to the captain suddenly You neednt feel badly about my be ing disabled Kd You know I said 1 would have u substitute and I will You wont be disappointed either well win the gomoiWell wo couldnt help feeling doubt ful but we didnt look quite so blue when we came away Do what we would he wouldnt say where he was go- Ing to get that substitute Whatever hes done snld the cap Main sighing I only hope he knows what hes about Saturday cane bright anti warm nd by one oclock the grounds were full for the Invincible had a lot or1 1I friends you see and they wonted to see us win nod cheer for us and the Reds hind n big crowd too But though we of tho team smiled and bowed to them all as we come out on the diamond there wasnt n boy among us whoso heart was not ns heavy as lend und who wasnt wondering what in the world wo were going to do without Frank We nil be lieved ho would keep his word but we hadnt yet seen the substitute A quarter of an pout passed anti the crowd began to whistle and call Unmet Game Still the substitute did not appear and at least Smith started around to tho house to find out what was wrong I was standing near the gate as he picked up his coat and walked through It when the long lookedfor sub appeared It was Nellie Hnrtman For n moment I could only start at hr nail open my mouth in amazement Dressed in a plain little skirt and wnlst of red anti black our clubs colors with Franks own cap on her head slue walked quietly by me with n nod and smile and straight up to the caption Im Franks substitute she said Well I dont believe Ed Ilrown has gotten over his surprise to this day With his eyes about as big as saucers I I SAID I J he looked down at her and then at the rest of us to nee If he was dreaming Then he stammered What I am Franks substitute she said again am I InteV A little I managed to answer limit do you memo it Nellie Are you going to play In Franks place Yes HIll answered laughing nt my astonishment I suppose Why didnt you know 1 could play ball Frank practices with mo all the time and 1 know all his signals and his curves lie told me to tell youall of yonto play just as if he were pitching and U lor get that I am his sister For today 1 am Frank himself A more surprised set of boys would have been hard to find anywhere The very Idea of this little 12yearold girl playing real baseball and knowing Franks wonderful curves the pride of the Invincible wan almost beyond belief yet we knew she must be tolling the truth Before we could say much more tho umpire called time and the game began Remember said Nellie as she BAFK YKILKU THK UMPIIIK walked out and took her place In the pitchers box for today 1 am Frank And she was Talk about a girl not knowing how to throw a ball 1 wish you might have seen that one do Itsir If ever you saw moro beautiful curves than she shot over the home piiIC straight into Smiths hands 1 would like to know It She stood up there and pitched the first lamming without n break or a mistake striking out two of tin astonished Ned Stockings as if they werent the best batters in the cltlInet eysinfor her when wo were iir timid sine ranlike a deer too The way she put out Dawson oft second in the thlrllm ring has gone down in the history of amateur bull Jln lng in this city for ill time l iJWell ivc wcio glad j we almost loft1 H tf our heads As for the Reds they seemed to get more and more dazed ns the game went on for it was against nil their boy Ideas thnt a glrJ could thrown ball na she threw that day The folks who watched the gauze soon caught on to time fact that there was a surprise in itlor both sides too and they cheered themselves hoarse over ur little pitcher whenever she made an especially line plumy limit It was in the last inning that she mndo herself famous Haxcl the Reds pitcher had put n bull straight Over the plate he was somewhat excited 1 guess over the way things were going though we led not gotten ahead of them yetand Smith who was striking lor Nellie Hartnmn made a threebag ger just out of shortstops reach It was very plainly only a threebaggei mill not a boyon our nine would have tried to do anything more than make his third on it but do you think Nellie stopped there Not n bit of it She just skimmed around the diamond like a regular little racer tumid instead of checking up on third kept right on gel yelled to her to go lunch hut she didnt hear him or wouldnt and we oil1 groaned aloud as we saw time fielder gather up the ball tutu slam it homo Nothing but a miracle would save her and she seemed to realize that fact too but she didnt hesitate as most of us ould have done She just caught her breath ducked her head and rum Then when she was within 15 feet ol home what did the do but throw herself on her auto rind slide Yes sir believe it or net as you like hut that jjirl seeing that she had risked time yimc slid home to save it As her lin tiers touched the plate the catchers hand with the ball In it swept over hor not two inches away and the umpire yelled Safe Dill theyeheer They simply howled Ils a wonder e o me to this tiny that the seats held that shouting yelling mass of boys and girls you positively couldnt hear yourself think As for the InvinciblcH they went cray thats the only wordsiii We danced tind howled like a Jot of dervishes 11c picked her up and carried her off the diamond on mr shoulders with her curls full of dust tumid her face as veil as her dress with excitement and happiness The bed Stockings crowded around too and shook hauls with her as heartily as the rest mill if you ever see theiii now they alwrys inquire about thv girl who made the homerun on tint threebase hit That was the first tumid the last game of baseball Nellie llartman played j but t will never be forgotten by those whnI saw it Her mother says she eantdo such things any more even to save tho Invineiblcs from defeat but she lets her conic to nil the games and as Smiths H there isnt n more popular boy in the city than she And if you ever want to make anyof us luvinelbles talk just ask about our mascot AN EMERGENCY CORNER Upon Which the llmmmvlfu 31ny Draw In u rimli To the housekeeper of moderate means mad simple Iliving there is sonic times a feeling of actual panic at the arrival of an unexpected guest to lunch When John is away all day Johns wife is not particular about what she cats at noon hut she feels ashamed to set her chance guest down to cold broad cold meat and a cup of trim In order to guard against such an uncom fortable contretemps one housekeeper has a certain corner of her butlers pantry which she culls item emergency corner Here mire tin mails of vomit and beans boxes of sardines anchovy pastor anti par eminence a tin box of gritted theew Tills matrons great standby is a cheese soil tile It is economical and savory and can bo prepared in a short time First a white sauce ia mode by cooking toget her tablespoon fret of Hour and one of butter until they bubble and adding to then a halfcup of mill This Jis stirred constantly un til thick when two tablespoonfuls of grated cheese and a little suit mind pep per arc beaten in The saucepan is then taken front the fire and two well beaten yolks of eggs are added Lact of all the whites of two eggs whippud stilt arc stirred lightly into the mix tore which is now turned into a hut tered Diiddintrdish and set in a hunts 1 iiI I 1 tdm it itit ite itut its 1 utit UII 11n itlm i Ii =PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL rjLondonture In the United States this fall Ni tjfrom1i his uniform and a mule he borrowed fy 1thotry 1 Emperor WUHam Is now an artist I poInting souvenir pictures of his Met ai in iiiiuui la11r Shakespeare 111Ullt1I have humid the kaiser in his prophetic soul jwhen he said thnt one man in his time 5 ploys many pats f1 Mayor A C Houghton of North fAdams has presented to the city a pub tlie library building worth 123000 as 01j memorial to his brother the late A J Houghton of Boston The property given is the Itlacklnton mansion The steam yacht of Ogden Goelet of New York which Is now building on the ClydeI will be an epoch making yes set Her combined engines will be capable of 4500 horsepower Mr Gee t lets private stateroom will be a par latialI apartment 40x40 feet IOtOI O Washington was born 42 the nearest railroad sta Hon which was also 100 years distant yet history records that he always got there on schedule time just the same This is n comforting fact to ambltloua American youths who ibid themselves 42 miles from the nearest railroad star tion The report that Rev George P Knapp the American missionary who was expelled from Hitlis Is imprisoned lilt Diabekir that the sultan Intends to expel all missionaries front time Turkish dominions and that there Iis n panic nt Stidiah owing to the presence of na allIFrench stump collector huts just sold I two Mauritius stamps of the post of flee variety for the sum of 3SOOO francs to Mr Morse the wellknown English electrician who between his hours of scientific lumbers is a stamp collector The tiny after the purchase of these two stomps Mr Morse was ottered 44 000 francs for them- SUPERSTITIONS OF CRIMINALS All Men Kiigngcil In Lawless occupation llelhno In OIIKMIH Considering the ignorance of crim inals It is not surprising to find they are exceedingly superstitious Jlur glars are firm believers In talisman and luckbringers and nearly every professional burglar has some small article upon which he pins his faith and without which he rarely sets out upon a crib eneking job One burglar well known to time police all over time country has for his talisman the shod hoof of n donkey which once belonged to his father and so great U his belief in its powers of protection and luckbringing that he has been known to turn back Irons n job he had intended to work because his talisman hud been left at home The moon plays a highly important part in criminal superstitions Not one burglar in 50 will venture out on a housebreaking expedition on the night of a new moon Some burglars have lively horrors of certain numbers and will newer enter a moose or a shop which is that particular number In its street The ominous numbers are gen erally those of the policemen who were the first to capture the burglars On the other hand if a burglar fallt into till arms of a policeman hut man ages to escape time number of that po liceman is always nfavoritc with him timid he will feel ensy in his mind when breaking Into premises bearing It Even the most experienced burglar will turn away from the louse where he finds a black eat sitting upon the doorstep even If he has spent days In learning particulars about the house anti its inmates To break into prem isms under the nose of a black cat wouWl be running deliberately into the arms of the law Neither will a burglar enter a house where the door knocker is jpickpocketsstitious than burglars It is one of the tfrnt ti crosseyedor clubfooted person hiding a twisted coin in a purse will J equently induce n pickpocket to trove away n purse and nil its contents r such a thing If kept Is considered assure nine months had luck or the fiefs early arrest When pickpockets start out upon cir nefarious business they look nnx j usly for the first policeman omit will t touch the most tempting pocket More they have seen him If his Gk is turned toward them they be t ivo they have a good and safe lily be re thom while If he lis coming or en looking toward then theyw111 ncrally give up the Idea of thieving v the whole dayliostoui IrnelcrJ Prance menus A S7OOOO to SlIlIlwrjje czars coronation puties has just pper which the French ambassador mte do Montebcllo who is now v b senior member qf tho St 1etert ij Irg diplomatic corps will give ot his tm scow ball The fruit flowers and Jpotables will till be brought from I fnnce and a gilt couch of time eight j tith century now In the Cluny inUt inn will be sen t for the use of t1te i ibossador Detroit Free PrcM K 4 Il rf tTI t fd C yt 0 C zto0- r W n 4 J c I 7 t IDIVISION OF SPOILS Declared Dividends by Christ on the Not Earnings f Hp lIrAunlr CnrolanT Arrordlnlr to the iBTWtuimt of Every Man Hero lie low5eT by fey T DeWitt flu DD Pr Talmago chose for his subject list SundayliTho Division of Spoils halthewide the spoil with the strong In the Coliseum nt Rome where per jecutors used to lot out half starved HOBS to eat up Christians there is now plantetl the figure of u cross And I rejoice to know that the upright piece of wood nailed to a transverse piece ws become the symbol not more of suf fering than of victory It Is of Christ tho Ccnquercr that my text speaks As a kingly warrior having subdued an empire might divide tho palaces and laanslons and cities and valleys and mountains among his of leers so Christ II going to divide up all tho earth and all the Heavens among his people and Jon and I will have to take our share if we are strong In faith and strong Incur Christian loyalty for my text de elites it Ho shall divide the spoil with tho strong Tho capture of this round planet for Christ Is not so much of a job as you night Imagine when the church takes oft Its coat and rolls up its sleeves for the work as it will There are 1000 000000 peoplo now in the world and 45ooOO000 are Christians Subtract 450000000 who are Christians from 1600000000 and there are 1150000000 left Divide tho 1150000000 who arc not Christians by tho 450000000 who ere Christians and you will find that tre shall have to average less than three souls each brought by us Into tho itnffdomof God to have tho whole world redeemed Certainly with the church rising up to its full duty no Chrlstfan will be willing to bring less than three souls into the kingdom 9f God I hope and pray Almighty Gotir that I nay bring more than three I know evangelists who have al ready brought 60000 each for tho kingdom of God There are 2000003 people whoso only and absorbing business is to sure souls When you take these things into consideration and that tho Christian will hato to average tho bringing of only three souls each into tho kingdom of our Lord all impossibility vanishes from this omnipotent crusade Why I know a Sabbath school teacher who for many years has been engaged in train ing the young and she has had five different classes and they areragcd seven to a class and they t were all converted and live times seven are 35 so near as I can calculate So that she brought her three Into tho kingdom of God and had S3 to spare My grandmother prayed her children into tho kingdom of Christ and her grandchildren and I hope all her greatgrandchildren for God remembers a prayer 75 years old as though it was only a minute old and so sho brought her three into tho kingdom of God and had more than one hundred to spare Besides that through tho telephone and tho telegraph this whole world within a few years will be brought within compass of ten omnipotencoomnlpresenco prealdinAquesUonImpossibilities Into tho possibilities and then out of the possibilities Into tlfc probabilities and then out of tho probabilities Into tho certainties The building of the Union Pacific railroad from ocean to ocean was a greater un dertaking than tho girdling of tho earthwith the Gospel for one enter prise depended upon tho human arm while the other depends upon aluiightl ttss Do I really mean all tho earth will wrrcnder to Christ Yes How about Jhe ud Greenlthat after a few moro hundred brave icebergsthat walrusdtolernblo4n3tes softenddemontratedneon blooming garden and a fruitfulneld those regions may change climate na nItfulroycrsy by German and American scl thetportloasinhabitablehebeyond human ollllurace thoso regions were of course- e first to be cool enough for humandot and human lung It was positive J Proved wastropicalurich flowersYregionOutingad it is found that tho Arctic was the flownsayshenil styles of animal life inridingI Arcobyfiora and fauna and geological J went to have been ns full of vegot bedmuseumW I 2 u a while to visit But Arctic and Antr arctic la some shape will belongthe Redeemers realm What about other ropulsivowillIrrigated tothehoandknoworu GreatSnItcoulnotwhenInbutIsgreygardenpnrtsofturnedIntoorchardshalftho world with all tho canals needed and will change the course of rivers and Sahnradelertn an astounding yield of bushels to tho acre Time marsh will bo drained of Its waters and cured of its malaria I saw what yeacalledits chief chills owb ry off tho surplus moisture transformed Into tho richest and healthiest of nothingIn ofoliageho keeps tho earth running through blazingdownmany me dashIts completed Christ will divide it up among the good The reason ho does not divide it now Is because It Is not done A kind father will not divide the apple among his children until the apple is ripe In fulfillment of the New Testament promise The meek shall promIso vide tho spoil with tho strong tho world will bo apportioned to those worthy to possess It It Is not so now In this country capable of holding feeding clothing and sheltering 12OOOOOOOOOpcople and where wo havo only 00000000 inhabitants wo have 2000000 who cannot get honest work nUll with their families an aggaegation of 5000000 that nro on the verge of starvation Something wrong most certainly In some way there will bo n now appor tionment Many of time millionaire estates will crack to pieces on time dis sipations of grandchildren and then dissolve into the possessions of tho masses who now have uu Insufficiency What you say will btVine of the ex pensivo and elaborate buildings now devoted to debasing amusements They will become schools art galleries mu seums gymnasiums and churches Tho world Is already getting disgusted with many of these amusementsand no wonder What an importation of unclean theatrical stuff wo have within the last few years hall brought to our shores end professors of religion patronizing such things Having sold out to tim- edeviMlhy dont you deliver the goods nnd go over to him publicly body mind and soul mend withdraw your name from Christian churches and sty Know all tho world by these presents that I am a patron of unoleanlluess nnd a child of helll Sworn to bo tho Lords you are perjurers- If you think these offenses are to goon forever you do not know who the Lord Is God will not wait for tho tiny of judgment All these palaces of sin will become palaces of righteousness They will como Into tho possession of those strong for virtue and strong for God Ho shall divide tho spoil with tho strong China and Africa tho two richest portions of tho earth by reason of met als and rare woods and inexhaustible productiveness are not yet divided up among the good because they nro not ready to be divided Walt until nil tho doors that Livingstone opened In Africa shall bo entered and Bishop Taylor with his Land of solf supporting mis sionaries have lone their work anti the Ascantls anti Senegambians shall know Christ as well as you know Him and there shall be on the banks of tho Nile and tho Niger a higher civilization than Is now to bo found on tho banks of the Potomac or tho Hudson then Christ will divide up that continent among His friends Walt until China which Is half as largo as nil Europe shnll have developed her capacltlA for rice nUll tea anti sugar among edibles nnd her amethyst anti sapphire and topaz nUll opal nnd jasper and porphyry precious stones nUll her rosewood among anti ebony and camphor and var woods andwish trees among precious turned up from her depths n half dozen Pennsylranlns of coal anti Iron and 0 Ncvadas of silver and 50 California ot gold and her b000000O0of people shall be evangelized then time Lord will dl vldo it up among the good If my text bo not deception but time eternal truth then the time Is coming when all the farms will bo owned by- Christinn farmers and nil time corn be controlled by Christian merchants merco nud all the authority holll by- Clmrfstinn officials and nIl time ships Christian captains and eornmnnlitruct- Ion nil time of Christian professors Christian kings Christian presidents Christian Christian mayors Christina governors ul1ct1S Yot whnt n scouring common What n dear ottl 11hnt an upturning olitlonl What n resurrection must pre cede this new apportionment Juliusunderrate time nemY byCansafully csmp tine men for their greatest and 1pared tr triumph by saying Tomorrow XaC- t Juba will bo herewith 30000 horses 100000 skirmishers and 800 elephants pi I do not underrate tho vast forces of Sin and Death but do you know who commands us Jehovah jiroh And tho reserve corps behind us are all tho armies of Heaven and earth with hur ricane and thunderbolt Tho good work of the worlds redemption is go ing on every minute Never so many splendid mon and glorious women on tho side of right as today Never so many good people as now Dio genes has been spoken of as n wlso man because ho went with a lantern nt noonday saying ho was looking for an honest man If ho lad turned his tan tern toward himself ho might have this covered a crank Honest men by tho ten thousand Through the international series of Sundayschool lessons tho next generation all through Christendom are going to bo wiser than any generation since tho world stood Tho kingdom is coming God can ti o it No housewife with a chamois cloth over polished a silver teaspoon with more ease than Christ will rub off from this world tho tarnish and brighten it up till it plows like Heaven And timer tho glorious apportionment for my toxt is reinforced by n score of other textsI when It says of Christ 11110 shall di vide the spoil with tho strong lint you say this Is pleasant to think of for others but before that time I shall have passed up into an other existence and I shall get no ad vantage from the new apportionment Ah you have only driven mo to tho other moro exciting nUll transporting consideration and that Is that Christ is going to divide up Heaven in till same way There are old estates lIn the celestial world tint havo been in tho possession of the inhabitants for thousands of years and they shall re main as they are There are old faro ily mansions in Heaven tilled with whole generations of kindred and they skull never bo driven out Many of tho victors from earth have already got their palaces and they arc pointed out to those newly arrived Soon after our getting there we will ask to bo shown tho Apostolic residences and ask where does Paul live and John nUll shown the patriarchal residences anti shall say Where does Abraham live or Jacob and shown tho martyr resi dences and say Whore does Jim llus live and Ridley Wo will want to see tho boulevards whero tho chariots of conquerors roll I will want to see thoI gnrden where the princes walk Wo will want to see Music How where Handel and Hoyden and Mozart nUll Charles Wesley nUll Thomas Hastings and Bradbury have their homes out of their windows ever anti anon rolling some snatch of an earthly oratorio or hymn transported with tho composers We will want to see Revival Terrace where Whitelleld and Ncttleton anti l8 son and Rowland 11111 nUll Charles FInnoy and other giants of soulreap ing are resting from their almost su pernatural labors their doors thronged with converts just arrived coming to report themselves lint brilliant as tho sunset anti like tho leaves for number are tho celestial homes yet to bo awarded when Chris- to you and millions of others shall divide tho spoil What do you wan there You shall have it An orchard There It is twelve manner of fruits and fruit every month Do you wan river scenery Take your choice on tho banks of tho river In longer wider deeper roll than Danubo 0 Amazon or Mississippi if mingled in one and emptying Into tho sea of glass mingled with tire Do you wan your kindred back again Go out and meet your father and mothe- without tho staff or tho stoop and your children in a dance of immortal glee Do you want a throne Select it from tho million burnished eleva tions Do you want a crown Pick It out of tint mountain of diamonded coronets Do you want your old church friends of earth around you Begin to hum an old revival tune anti they will lock from all quarters to revel with you in sacred reminlsence All the earth for those who aro hero on earth at time time of continental anti plane tary distribution and all tho heavens for thoso who are thore That heavenly distribution of spoils will bo a surprise to ninny Here en ters Heaven tho soul of a man who took up n great deal of room in the church on earth but sacrificed little and among his good works selfishness was evident Ho just crowds through the shining gate but Its a very tiglm- squeeze so that time doorkeeper has to pull hard to get him In anti this man expects half of Heaven for his share of trophies and ho would liken monopoly of nil its splendor and to purchase toisof In tho suburbs so that ho could got ad vantage of tho growth of tho city Well little by little ho gets grace of heart just enough to get him through and to him Is given a secondhand crown which one of tho saints wore at tho start but exchanged for a brighter one as ho went on from glory to glory And ho is put in an old house once oc cupied by an angel who was hurled out of Heaven nt tho time of Satans rebellion Right after comes a soul that make- a great stir among tho celestials and the angels rush to tho scene each bringing to her a dazzling coronet Who is she Over what realm on earth was sho queen In what great Dusscl dorm festival was to time cuntatrlcof Neither Hho was an invalid who our cr loft her room for twenty years but she teas strong la prayer and she f t 114 prayed down revival Biter j rival as pentecost after pontocoat upon the churches and with her pale hands she knit many a mitten or tippet for tho poor and with her contrivances hoUdayfeatlvnlheads so strong for supplication sho has won coronation and enthronement and jubilee And Christ said to tho an gals who have brought each a crown for tho glorified invalid No not those they are not good enough Hut in tho jeweled vase at tho righthand side of my throne there is one that I hMo wen preparing for her many a year and for her every pang I havo sot d an IllI anti fulfill tho promise I gave her long ago In tho sick room Ho thou faith ful unto death and I will give thou a crown nut notice that there Is only one B ling In tho universe who can and will dlstribuo tho trophies of earth end Heaven It is tho Dlvlno Warrior the- CommanderInChief of tho Centuries tho Champion of Ages tho Universal Conqueror tho Son of Got Jesus You will take tho spoils from Ills hand or never take them at nil have His friendship nUll you may defy all tlmo and eternity but without it you are a pauper though you had a uni verso at your command Wo are told in Revelation that Jacobs 12 sons were so honored as to Imo tho 12 gates of Heaven named utter thom over one onto of Heaven Naphtnll over another gate of Heaven Issachor over another Dan over another Gad over mother Xebnlon over another Judah anti so on Hut Christs name is writ ten over all tho gates anti on ovary panel of the gates and have Iris help Ills pardon 11 is intercession His atone ment I must or be n forlorn wretch forever My Lord anti my God nuke mo anti all who hear mo this tiny nnd all to whom these words shall como Thy repentant believing sworn con secrated and ransomed followers for over What n day It will bah This entire assemblage would rise to its feet if you could realize It tho thai in which Christ shall in fulfillment of my text divide tho spoil It was n great day when Queen Victoria In the midst of tho Cri mean war distributed medals to the andswounded At tho Horse Guards in presence of tho royal family tho in jured men were carried in or coma on crutches Col Trowbrldge who lost both feet at Inkormann and Capt Savor who had the ankle joint of hit right leg shot off nt Alton and Capt Curro his disabled limb supported by a soldier and others maimed anti dis figured unit exhausted nnd with hot own hand tho queen gave each tho crt mean medal ITEMS OF INTEREST SKVATOH WOICOTT of Colorado Is nv bldextrous Ho can shave with n razor in each hand and write with two pens at tho sumo time HAIIHOAD construction is being pushed rapidly in India tho number of miles of now track built last year ot nrtonefourth of tho length of existing linestA niBcovKiiY of platinum Is reported to havo been made near Cordobolln auneeatof time metal had been obtained by lust advices containing 75 per cent of plat imamr LOUD SAUSIIUIIYS hat it Is said U such that Its disreputable appearance tou one memorable occasion led the doorkeepers nt Monte Carlo to refuse mbingrrooms TIIKIIK are 107 newspapers published In Now Zealand and registered nt Well ington Of these 53 are published dally JO thrice weekly 29 twice week ly 04 weekly 4 fortnightly nUll 31 monthly A JKT of natural gas has been tit covered by tho Maoris burning strong ly near tho mouth of tho Walapu river United States exports pointed out this locality some years ago as n likely spot to obtain oil TIIK emperor of Russia has presented to tho shah of Persia a field battery oi Krupp guns with a quantity of ammu nition This gift is expected to arrive in time for tho festivities of tho shahs jubilee May 0 Two sailing vessels tho Cromdale and Arctic Storm arrived in Sydney harbor from London within two hours oft10000 miles They sighted each other three times during tho voyage A BTuriDiY obstinate piece of litiga tion has just been settle by the houslI lords Two Aberdecnshlro land owners quarreled over tho right to fish in tho River Dec which borders their estates for 150 yards Doth admitted that tho fishing was of no value but they have spent 815000 to leave their rights decided In tho death of Baron Do Hirsch Hungary loses ono of its greatest finan tiers and his corcllglonlsts tho Jews loso their greatest philanthropist The baron achieved his reputation and a largo part of his princely fortune by hissnative country particularly tho great lino between Budapest and tho flack sea No millionaire of tho age or of any ugc has been moro lavish in hit charities For tho exportation of the persecuted Jew vin Russia ant Hielr colonization in Soih Amurteanm else where Uaron llirsch has within the past 13 years expended many millions oj wo TS VJIV1W c 11 ilia Ro r A LITTLE NCWSENI1 ry VfastDhlMls ifowolft yoke fill the hull lot Crlmsonbcok Well It fillet lima lobby Nearly everybody lIanlYonhers f Blanders Ah Tom I pear you have clanged boarding 11011 Dll tonXot exactly that The fact IH the boarding places have changed nitf Boston Transcript Not a Dull Moment uIII Misi M Scnrum an agreeable girl to take to the theater Well rather Every other word she said lant night was I smell UroChllng01tecord IIIow lie KnewMlsa SweetlyfHow did you know I wins going to wear my hair curled this evening Mi rialnman = I saw It In the papers this morning1 Brooklyn Life Shetisays Niles going to bo married Well H8 about time It Hho did not change her lest name it would be necessary to change tho first Wnsabcllo Vogue Theatrical Manager In this scene you must assume time nlr of n man who has RO much money that ho IIH Indiffer ent to wealth Time StnrAll right Ill try to Imagine you have paid mp my salary In full Philadelphia North American James remarked his better halt caressingly wo need n ton of coal when you pass the denier will you order It Ill Impossible my dear responded her oueherloVlug spouse You cannot order it up anti pass nt the same tinePhilndelphlmmlress- BUSINESS MEN AGAINST POKER ninny of Tlim Aro Haiti to lloycolt Those Who Indulge In It The national game of poker which hue KO long been regarded as a purely sldu issue is becoming a factor in business affairs and competition in trade becomes closer and strict economy more essential to HUCCCSH it will steadily grow In Importance Gambling with cards dice or any sort of paraphernalia hits never been regarded as n sensible buolnesH trans action and of late years lots been put under the ban of the law At present no state In the union regards gambling tin legitimate or gambling debts an col lectable limit this Is not tho plume of tho ques tion that most interests young meanii but the fact that bunlmsH men aro beginning to tusk npplicantH for employ ment if they play poker You eon sty that 1 would not em ploy a young rams or any man in our Imnlc who plays poker srhl n successful llimnulurFrom Rarely business point of view there mire miiiiy objcutlona to s poker The game is HO fascinating to Home that they spend tlmo nt It when hey ought to he In their beds nt home or roadlng or doing nounthing that tends to tit them for their business nUll for becoming good citizens A really good business man you know IH also a good citizen Some who are not very itcMlruhlo citizens succeed In making money but somehow or other it never tuMMiis to do anybody any real good No this Is not the principal objec tion to poker players an employes An you may know mill who ploy cannot win nil the tine ami there muin to be tunes when the roost nklllful lose right along They nay luck deserts them oc casionally hut U In only the profess sional player who stays out of time game uul waltH for his luck to return Tho nonprofcxslonal player becomes don Aerate plungex mill goes broke If this does not break tho spell null restore him to his right settees ho bor rows money In the hope of winning hack that which he IIIIH already lost Hut just as often he loses this too and in his dcKperatlon he may use his cm iloyerH money He dOOR not neon to teal It but merely takes It to win basis f hiM losses lUll yet his eluincuH of win plug lire no butter than when he lost before It he loses again he lis liable to oo found out He nay hush tho matter up by getting his friends to make good time losses and he Is allowed to resign If he should not have friends willing to see him out or If his funnily honnt enough Influence to keep tho thing quiet he goes out In disgrace limit In any event his name goes on tho list vhleh makes It very dlfllcillt for him to ivcuro n position of trust and these only nro profitable Pittsburgh Coin mercial Gazette Atimilng Candor Dont talk to mo about culture and refinement said n New York alder man who had been putting on n grunt tail of style of late because ho had made 11 little monoy by keeping U mv loon Whnj In your objection to n man of cllture naked the gentlen aim with whom he watt conversing They arc tlO stuck up and are nl vnyn trying to milk you feel their upcrlorlty I never make people fool my culture amid refinement you can run with me for 20 yours nnd never know that 1 Immure any Thaf tlO replied the party of tho second part Texan Siftings r Just Too Much f You shouldnt mind his comparing your cooking With his mothcrH 1IItlii the elderly friend All husbands have a jItsobbed limn indignant young mgawan4 t- hI could have stood that JleyWiItkl couldnt iitnko as good+ pits ice klirfcloiky urs liked rlrlv ijHJUMiwl Jt wrstri i n u i a TTT f1T j rrTv t- tid i L i Il 1IilW THE HERALD tho Hazel Green HDaisaysHappenings 0 next Prominent Pornons G B Sivnngo is in Lexington attend ing the Democratic oonentionth Mrs Mlnnlo Dny of Spcncor was tho and guest of Mrs F N Dny this week J T DIY left Wednesday for a busi you ness trip toTorrcut nUll other pointsth Denny Carter of West Liberty took dinner at theDny House Wodnosilny The Misses Ringo of Frcnchburg woreI guests of J W Cravens Momliiy night all Misses Lizzie Pioratt nml Esthorr Wil of son nro with Mrs G B Swnngb this I weekJ O Trimble and son IJrtiw of Ml Sterling were guests of W 0 Mine ontJl Tuesday Hnrvo Nickell who hits boot at for rent for a few weeks past returned Ituii at onTuesdayMiss Salver mid J P Salvor o Ltckburg visited tho family of W 0 Mize Tuesday Charles and Miss Mattlc Pun of Spencer were guests of Miss Lillio Evans during tho week a Mra Lucy Tieratt rand Miss Combs of Kzel visited friends and refit tives hero this week Tho guests of tho Day House during tho week were W W McGuiro and family of West Liberty II L Ledford and daughter of Open cer spent commencement week with the family of John 11 Evans- S J Mnyson and laughter Dudley Arnett null Mis Lillie May wore visitingI friends and relatives en Lacy cruekII Clay Hollon J W William and J N Horton of Campion wero guests of 1 the Day House Tuesday night Geo A Dean of Ilarbourville tad W J Seitz of West Liberty were registered at the Day House since our last issue Miss Laura Rawllngs returned from Torrent last week std with Willie PitrI att will assume charge of tho HacketII Store The guests of J U Thompson SundayI night were Misses Solia andl Lillie May S J May Don C Patrick rued JP SalyerMrs Fitzpatrick MLs Greenwado andi two Mr Green wadeV of Montgomery I county were guests of Mrs Thompfon Monday night A D Lacyone of Magotlina brainiest products and a young man of shrewd1 intelligence wits a guest of Mrs Kash Monday night- S J May Loula 12 May Lillie May Rosa Palyer D 0 May and Sherman Gullctt were among tho visitors from Mngodin county hero this week Misses Lyddy Lcdford and Mettle Dun of Spencer were guests of their cousinn Miss Lillie Evans during i commencement week at tho academy Miss Emma Pioratt of Ezel cdnm1 Ittho commencement exorcises at the emy anti on Thursday let t for Campion + where she will spend the remainder of tho week visiting relatives and friends Jos F Tnulbeo who was awarded the K 1I I medal in tho oratorical contest at Mt Sterling n few days since is guest of his uncle Dr John A Taulbee Miss Mollie De r111 OIl who has been connected with the Racket Store on- Wednesday resigned her position and Thursday left for her homo at Louisville Miss Hello Trimble of Mcnifco county+ lis now livihg in tho family of tho editor and his better nod tho young ladies of tho town should call upon her and make her welcome Druco W Trimble of Mt Sterling i will begin a protracted meeting at Ezel1 on Saturday night Ho can continuo over tho second Sunday and longer iif deemed advisable Miss Mary Hcarne of GeorgetownI came up last Friday and has been taking in tho commencement null visiting her former teachers Prof and Mrs W H Cord at tho Home composedMisses of Water and Misses Minnie Wallis and Catherine Reynolds of this place chap nelRhborMiso21co n pleasant call Saturday evening Miss Clark Long Kato Goso anti aril1 Y Pang of Upper Grassy chaperoned by Miss Nevada Nickell of our town paid t Tits HERALD office a pleasant call yes f1 terday They attended tho commence 1 Mont at tho academy and woro tbo nmta of Dr Nickell and John Davis t IpecUety Look at tho ditto after your name on address of your paper and govern yourselves accordingly Tho Racket Storo will this week or be moved to the lCoccupiedOut of weakness comes strength when blood has been purified enriched I vitalized by llonda Sarsnpurilla Why suffiir with that headache when can secure n box of Megrlmino at to oflico fur CO cent and get immediate relief The ulccliun for school trustees takes of place on Saturday afternoon lIextlIndIII who nro interested in tho education on the children should attend John II Evans of this place on Turstl lily Hold ioJT1 Day four acres of ground adjoining the properly ho recently IlUru from John M Rose at r35 per- M prcaclutho Presbyterian church at this plnclb folf lowing Sunday at the Wm Davis schoolhouse on Red river Dr Nickell reports the birth of a boy- le I till wifo of John brooks of Red river to the wHo of John Nickell of Gillmore boy Ono Democrat and one Republi IIcnnII free silver standoff Why not patronize a home cnterprixc prise rind use the best Hour Buy a sack i of 1l Days Perfect also Straight Lilly White mid Gondenough I Manufactured by The 1P1ay HollerI Mill llaael Green Ky It t This has been a gala week in the history I of Hazel Green and at least 100the visitors from abroad wore in attendance i J but wo failed to obtain their names and1 in consequence they do not appear NextI week wo shall try told give the list com plete Edward M Tttlbot is located at th Day House and will remain in HazelII Green until the 14th inst All who IIculII1 dental workof any kind will do well tui highlytrecommended lt not delay having that decayed tooth attended to Japanese Oil la said to be the most wonderful liniment for external upplica tier that scientific chemists have yot beet able to compound Hundreds amd l lhit thousands testify to this as it lies saved1 both life tad expanse Sold at this ulfic at 60 cents a Lactic Try ItKit it is a household necessity and always In friendI in need 1Ir Jam Mrs Gcdge have a great reputation as caterers and all who visi wilnI may have a pleasant time at nominal coat On the 18th of the present month Day grandrpenbrgtfor which occasion fine string and brass Imnd has been engaged and ninny other attractive features iBe sure and read tho ad of tho Daily 10Jlnck Line between hero and Torrent 1 tad note the change Passengers can leave either point any morning ex 11cept Sundayand have a comfortable rids through for only S I or five cents n stile which is ceitalnly a very low rate Travelers should give tho hack their pnt renege and avoid the annoyance and ox pease of n private rig heEhler J T Pioratt of Hazel Green is holding a very warm and successfulI meeting at the Pleasant Valley church and at tho present time hits hud aI mIdi boos to the church M by immersion laden Picratt is an able preacher and faithful worker in the Masters vineyardI and says ho intends to stay until ho gets Irt more from the devils shin May good work continue Owingsville Outlook FACTS FOR FARMERS tII i All craps that mature Inl short timo J red tho most fnvornblo conditions of 011t1it He fore spring work opons go over tie fences rued see that they are In good pairtjji Two essential points in securing n I i nod oat crop are early tseedlnp and 1lin Heed bed j Now Is a good time to renovate thuI rdinrd red till the vacant places with IIIt Is not n good plan to plow tip tunadi nil than trot lie milllclently fertilized v tool tilled to grew good crops s monitor hI lorohwd ttnICon mm 11 select iog thoroughly healthy und orous animal for lirecdlnff pin 11ixsl is n principle well settled In the t- letlco jM of Imedlng that high fe 10JI mills foal brit little more to tho pro t erR than low fed stock I nll twfur nttiryr1unltyrA gitpw PJIJl II rile j drfiRhl11I ttr lUg pigs there is no l ssihlc al1mn- T utvcarlyfro s mets lit view 0 IENGLISHRegular Moats 25 conts Moala to ordor at nil hours n m to 8 p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS rlGXQAU J1IIo lctol1 Decoration Day Decoration Day is looked forward by thousands of people with a min gled sense of pleasure and sorrow It brings buck in vivid pictures tho scenes tho eventful past Mommy nro the lights shadows which thosopicturesaMumo that day To some they are bright bright as heaven to some they arc dark past all expression yet they nro gazed upon with n fund sorrowful pleas thnt clings to hearts through all tho changing vicissitudes of life It is a deep and solemn pleasure to gather flowers from tho garden where mother planted 1thcm and scatter them oer her grave It buck to memory her soft smiles of paternal love bathing the soul in auca of fund memory that ever eliminates front a mothers life Time flowers she loved best foul tended with such earn eer she the flower of our lives sided and bnngel hand was transported to tine gardens of paradise these wo strew upon our mothers graves Time oO ring that memory brings to the oust hollowed earthly shrines mothers love nod there is sisters or brothers grave or perhaps I both and as we place tho flowers on their little graves we think of the sweet sunny days of yore when wo played together on tho grass carpeted hillsides or by thoI murmuring rivulets pausing we gaze on picture drawn so vividly on memo rice CJIDVIISS mind realize that there have been flowers plucked tram the gardens of our lives that can never be replaced lint our faith looks up to God rued we know that they have been transplanted gareincuts white these sacred blossoms wear On the great decoration day thats com ing Christ shall be the decorator rand will our lives merit a wreath from hi hands May we live so that when we meet with those friends and kindred in1ii that we so bright eternulmorulllJwhollollcHIII tion dllYwc may receive from their hands wreaths of immortal flowers giver commemoration tfII life of ict 1ttit for Christ mind Heaven eMuy 30 SIOCUM II Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Namel Very True but It Kills All Paint DayIWithout Rollcf Thorn la No PovlI Rend the advertisement of the J T j Day Roller Mill which appears with thilljI j issue of our paper This mill now manu lectures three unifies Of flour tint are I equal In all respects to that made hyI sty mill in time state and a trial of time renpectivo brands will convince any one tlltlhClllltgrades are sold as low at tho name clues of goods can ho had from any mill freight included Indeed this mill is destined to fill a long felt want in the community and should receive a liberal support from time people throughout this entire section When ono thinks Unit only a few years since fionr could bo hurl only by hauling it from Mt Sterling or attending mill at that place with a turn of wheat ho can realize time importance of having this IImill as it wore right at his door Throj tho courtesy of tho company wo have tried a sack of time Perfect brand ofII lIetho Hour made at this mill and wo say without hesitating that it is nil that the name implies IT T Day of this place and lion Me 1Cormick of Lexington are converting nature in and about Torrent into n beau I ftlful summer resort They have just erected a hotel that will accommodate 175 to 200 guest built a dancing pa villon that will accommodate 20 couples built a awing to sent 20 people mind lire now cementing n miniature fish pond iiuhuro visitors cnn while awny time tcdlut- lief the hours by angling for the limn Y tribe This latter will be stocked with tho choicest flub and nn amphitheatre built around it will afford shelter for 2600 people rime place will bo lighted with electric light and promises to b- ono of the greatest summer retorts iin Eastern Kentucky Tho hotel is tho supervision of Elder Druco Trimble The Hazel Green fair this year will1 begin on Tuesday August 20 and con tiuuo for four dts This oflhc hue th contractfornllprlntingnnd the premium list posters ttc will bo Issued at a lUll day e a I Breakfast from 5 to I0 a In Dinner trolrM fi fjIEAjTf 1LVB Will soil you SUkJt i i7I FFD At tho following prices White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound All other goods in proportion Como nml HOC mo I will tank t you puppy anti you will fool liko lifo is worth living I will soil you anmn of your goods or nnmn othor man will crivn thom to you This menus u Cash transaction Dont ask for credit Respectfully H F PIERATT I N K 1In1iP 1 1- ttii U = = = = =IjrO i1 j1 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY ft1jj i lll Normal and Preparatory School ifi r Special courses in Bible Short ttEfi I tfnaI 1 iiJll I 11LI H mental and Plain Drawing Itf iiijVj FULL COUHSES SUSTAINED m Ix ALL DBPAHTJIKXTS OJ IExponE Psi j Special attention and work will bo given to UIOMJ who want toll t prepare lor teaching All the branches of time Common Schoolt t Mj Course will bo reviewed The regular courses will bo kept up Ml- tljj1 Whole expense for the ton weeks Hoard tuition matricula M X lion tad washing la only 28 3 I n lt1forfI 1 Jt IJIJSIIIJ for CntiiliiKiiu of r4rrllnulnrMcc I llaxul Irtiitn lCtllIlIuIcJII- j Imk11 =z A A I rrn BE ETEHPBISE I Having sold toy Halle 1 have gene into time BUSINESS Andask the patrnnngo of time community I make naypricosJOHN H PIERATT THE HERALD u DAILY HACK LINE o uirwrtitlo- Hazel Green and Torrent Otis Hnck louvre ench place every morn log Suiiliin uxcojitcd at H oclock FARE 100 EACH WAY Inynblo in IlIlvlIlICO nt mils ollleos it Rnzel bmmsYJxprcnGo TWO LIVERY STABLES Ono lit Torrent and ono at llnz l Green- r both of which are supplied with good stuck and rigs for the accommodation of time traveling public JtSTSpcclal attention to tho nccornmo dntion of commercial lraveleraond pary roneonablouterms Soliciting the patronage of the public I Ata respectfully ftee- n JT TAYJQOK DAY t tS a I 18 THE IMBDIUM THE J T DAY ROLLERMILLII order mud Kiioranico ni Rood flour its con bo iimilo on nnv tulil In time tjtnto where good wlicat IIK furnished I will buy WheaL nl tin Highest Market Price or will exchange flour fur wheat on nmiiiin tr- orgriul any niulty or musty wliwt nr ft would work to the dlnnJvnntage of the will ai well tu those who furnish good wheat I wilt into that I am tho sole proprietor Jlcronotho Ii J t n jestelnimsUlJuaiILh 1Iattnextolprise T viljeg tkptO lbrft eital patecc rorsfff e 1tupeerh1 c ft i aJ I i 7 j1 a IJ n f i 11ff C z Ik1t = Ib 3JtIEBEIlIL I11 IMUKKXaoem Edits r 6IAI E liilCIT Ltslness Hanger Mi AMQCiata Editor y HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 1 1890h ANNOUNCEMENT rvon00X0HKS8 Wo oro authorized to announce WD BtCKNKli of Clark county nil n cnndidnt- fors Congress from the Tenth district sub jest to the action of the Democratic party isyi von CinCUJT OtKIlK Wo are authorized to announce CIIAS T BYUD of a candidate for the office of CircuitCourt Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party i CAUUSIKH GHOST Fin 2 1878 Till coxsii RACY WHICH SEEMS TO HAVE HEEN VORMED HERE AND IN KUUOPIi TO Ill OTJtOY IIY LKQISKATION ANn OTHERWISE PROM TIIREEBI5VKXTHS TO ONEHAM TUB METALLIC MONEY OF TIlE WORLD 18THEMOBTOIOANTI001 TillS on ANY OTHER AOB TUB CONSUMMA TION 01 SUCH A SCHEME WOULD ULTI MATELY ENTAIL JlOUfi MISERY UION TUB HUMAN RACB THAN ALL THE WARSi PESTILENCE AND FAMINE THAT EVER OCCURRED IN TUB HISTORY OF Tilli t a VORLD JOHN 0 CARLISLE A CARD To TilE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OK TI TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT I nm n candidate for Congress from this district I nm for tho freo mid ut united coinngo of silver nt the ratio of 10 to 1 regardless of international inter ference and bclicvo that tho Democratic party can win on that issue The limit 1 of timem pass bURy of my making an active cnnva llotico I appeal to tho Freo Silver Democrats throughout tho district to give mo their support and suffrage and prom ise thorn that should I bo BO fortunate as to receive tho nomination followed1 by an election I will hnil things have n watchful eye for tho interests of tho people of my district attend strictly and1 soberly to tho duties of the position and1 innko every effort in my power to jprowo n faithful servant of my people in better lug their condition and developing tho resources of Eastern Kentucky My recordof eleven years during which I have labored faithfully iis as an open hook printed in clear type and upon I go beforo tho people Hoping I rainy secure your influence and support I am Your obedient servant SPENCER COOPER SILVER SPRAYS KENTUCKY Democrats should not n1 low tho southem silver chain to bo broken A TOLD platform at Chicago menus al boon for the Populist convention and1I may possibly throw the election os presi done into tho house TUG silver sentiment is growing in tho cities as well as in the country The great majority of people who live in cit dos work for their living SENATOR OJ T HRONBTON says tlt anti Carlislo then are in tho lend in Fay otto county Tho silver men in that district will put outa candidate for concrcis in opposition to Owens and Hrockonridgc THE speech of Gar A I gold which wo send in this issue of tho THE HERALD in supplement form is worthy the perusalI of every fanner nnd workingnmn in the country Congress thought it such n good thing that it was ordered printed I r tho Congressional Record A PROMINENT Democrat though n pronounced golditc n few days since re marked to tho editor of this paper thatI he believed tho adoption of a freo silver platform was tho only salvation for tho Democratic party And that ho was tight no man who has studied the situa tion will for ono moment deny But kftoffiijr or believing this to be to how 1 c A I A h u r5 can bo consistently battle against tho free silver men nnd jeopardize tho sue cess of tho party Personal feeling and individual opinion should In all things and atrall times give right of way to the success of tho party 31 III am much more of n silver man than I was said a prominent Kentucky office holder under tho administration at ono of the lending hotels in Cinncinati tho other day and unless they nro tricked out of it I believe tho silver people will dictate tho financial plank at tho state convention But for heavens sake dont quote mo in this I would loco my job would be fired bodily ALL tho information from Kentucky majoritIQIt was no doubt always so but tho silver sentiment was cmbarrascd by tho official power of tho gold advocates The move mont for tho white metal has grown under persecution nnd is probably strong er now than evor before Times makes all things oven Cincinnati Enquirer THE silver delegates had it all their own way at tho Wyoming Democratic state delegate convention Every dole grate was an advocate of tho white metal and it resulted in the adoption of a single plank platform as follows Whereas The paramount issue before tho American people is the currency question therefore bo it Resolved That we tho Democracy of Wyoming in convention assembled demand tho free and unlimited coinage of silver gall gold into primary redcap urea money at tho ratio of 10 to 1 with out waiting for tho action or approval any other government Hrho resolution adopted by the Cook county Illinois Democratic convention on Tuesday of lost week is worth fre declnrlin furor of tho immediate repeal of all that Republican unpatriotic revolution ary legislation of 1871 demonetising sil vcr mud wo demand the immediate restoration of the Democratic system of free and unlimited coinage of both gold and- y silver without waiting for any other na lion Tho last clause hits those bimet 4nl1lst8 who want to wait for an interim tional agreement because they feel that tho wait will bo forever unless tho got ernment of tho United States goes attend and asserts tho position it ought to oc cupy in tho affairs of this world x OUR esteemed friend Spencer Cooper anti when wo say esteemed friend we mean Ithns announced his candidacy for congress subject to the retina of tho Democratic party and declares himself tin advocate of tho free mud unlimited1 coinage of silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1 There ia where Brcr Cooper dropped his molasses jug but ns Judge Flanagan would say we are for him some tiny 1WilY Right or wrong in his opinions or- t l public questions Spencer Cooper is n friend that you can count on nod n man worthy of moro goods things than ho has ever hind or ill5 likely to receive at the hands of the people for whom he has dono invaluable service As editor of tho HAZEL GREEK HERALD which has been a sentinel on tho watch tower and hits proclaimed Democracy unfalteringly over since it was established in March 1885 ho has dono valuable work for his party The people of Wolfo county cs pccially owe him a debt of gratitude 1which n unanimous endorsement of iiis candidacy for congress would not pay but it would show that they are mindful of their obligations and do not let occaa lions upon which tho services of their countrymen should bo remembered pass without giving substantial evidence of their appreciation of his efforts in their behalf If wo had tho deciding vote and weree IItled tho other fellow would be sure to get left money or no money sink or swirl live or file survive or perish Urcck Hill in Ueattyvillo Enterprise Storo House For Rout I have n first class brick store house inIGreen I desire to rent John M Rose has closed out and quit tho goods business which leave a fine andtor address G ll SVANao May 0 1896 Hazel Green Ky I have arranged to koop ns much of tho traveling public as desire to stop with me Sampb rooms for commercial men Ono door west of postoffice Respectfully Mltb ELLtii ivAbU Judge Rollin A Kash ia on tho sick I list 1a Great I Sales Cures proved by tho statements of lead lug druggists everywhere show that tho people have an abiding couflucnco 1InI Hoods Barsapnrllla Great I proved by the voluntary state meats of thousands ol men and show that Hoods SarsaparlllaI Iwomen I possess nOII I Power over disease by purifying rlchlng nod Invigorating cnl upon which not only health but 1bloot depends The great 1110I I Success 11001s in others warrants you In believing that a faithful uso of Hoods will euro you If you suffer from any trouble caused by Impure blood HoodsSarsaparillaI- stho One True Illood Purifier All druggists si 1reparud only by C L Hood R Co Lowell Mass I Hoods Pills ilH 3arsaparllla Karsaparllln are easy to take easy to operate acents B MAUPIN WITH REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Rc c PORTSMOUTH OHIO Iw T COLVIN WITH RIMBLBROTHERSko1sfeoo MT STRK TYING KYY QUALITVf WORMS WHITES CREAM VERr eFUCE FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD IIY ALL imtJGUIOTS trrnrd by D ninunnsox XKIIICIMC ro ST tons IQO T C JOHNSON J H SWANQO Catnjitoii hazel Greco JOHNSON SWAN- GOATTORNEYSATLAW Will practice in the Wolfe county nml cir cult courts undo nut abstracts of titlo furnisheron short notice Communicated CAMITOX June 1 ISJfl EDITOR HERA in Un pale U column 1 of tho Jackson Hustler I notice that Mr nAJllirllt of Jackson a Republican has announced his candidacy for the office of commonwealth attorney for this tho 2M judicial district Thus far no Democrat hns openly de clared for this office perhaps because it is too early and as I am a Democrat feeling deeply interested in tho promul gation of tho principles of Democracy anti the triumph of its lenders I have viewed this field with an honest heart and an eye single to the best interests of tho parly Bud have been impartial giving to every man his rights old dues anti must say that tho 23d judicial dill trict has many deserving and well qual ified gentlemen men who would honor the office and in my opinion servo tho people state with distinction And while this is true there are other things to be taken into consideration Tho po litical standing of tho individual his powerof organizing etc I desire to give the name of n gentleman who I believe is tho man that wo should nominate for this office because I believe ho is the best qualified man and most deserving because he Is n man of honor and con viction and dares to maintain them n moral man n man whoso tntte hns neo boon beguiled by tho bitter dregs of the inebriates cup a scholar a lawyer an orator a gentleman A F Byrd would make n great com monwealth attorney n man of whom we could justly boast and the state would have no braver nobler purer de fonder We can have n good commonwealth attorney Now is our chance Democrats if we are to be successful wo must put out our best men or the people will discard our grand old party TYIIO Dr Nickell report the following pa tients ou tho sick list Erastua Brooks of Red river mumps convalescing Jesse Oldfield Grassy fever convales cing Herbert Nickells wife Grassy fever GranvilloTnulbeo Grassy fever Also child of Will Campbell Lacy creek cholera infantum v CREATEST CLOTBINGf SALBI I IINTIlE HISTORY OF THE TRADE COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The s Largest and 8 Best 8 StockS of a Glothing in Kentucky REGARDLESS OF VALUE I REGARDLESS OF COST PRIOEI REGARDLESS OF Wo do not care what prices competitors name wo will tnko 25 percent off of sonic goods In our stock wo have Fifteen Hundred Suit putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 750 YoiWilenSuits sewed with silk thread anti now fresh goods at 700 per suit color guaranteed HIS JS A COBIrEB Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last siuu which sold at 190 nnd worth 10 nnd 12 at 399 Pants at 50 vents T5 cents nnd 1 worth 150 2 and 8 Ono Hundred pair Pnnts flue wool cassimore at 2 worth 5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Goods Clothing At These Prices xi xi Louis Gus StiLaUSCi 1 LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND PRRIS NY n ROSE DAVIS0 PRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE pricesandf your PntronlzfeHomo People get ouly Honest Work and bo Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WBr employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specinlty andj your work is respectfully solicited p l rI PljBATT LIVERY AND FEED STABLED HAZEL GREEN KYf1H F PIERATT Proprietor 1 GrIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE 1 4 Special euro taken of teams for CommeNi cial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of tho public re spoctfully solicited H F PIERATT A 1111tI111 I CII ll At T5REAT WSNESS TRAINING SCHOOLf i OUTHj 1 ItJtiI J nIJll l OT GRADUATES HOLDING FINE MITMMI I1II1lIJh 7tUiP rbil HUNDPEDS n COM WDEO UY THE WDiNG BuStIESS 1IE111 WAltjilllfJCVEAIoVrfkE1 t f w r 1r ffi 0 A fti l V fv n THE FARMING WORLD CONVENIENT HAY RACK Vcd fur YtrII with Untlro Succrs by Its UtIIIJIUr 1 Imvi often wnnted to haul hay and brinjf n lone unndal farmer and not do siring to take th bed off my vitgon niu put on the regular frames I Invented the hnyrnlk here illustrated anti have used it for years with success anti sat iRfnetbr to myself and utters anti fcr Imultng shingles I never saw any tJiinj equal it It is nuulo by using C pleas x4I inches 5 feet long with 2 Inch bolt V A CONVKN1KXT MAYHACK- SO iiulus from lower end Fig 1 rig il shows tit fruho in position on the end of the bed raised marks show tmls of parallel strips 1x4 or Ixtt inches g shows one slut of the frame when taken npnrt For the ends 1 use a strip d 1plank or stud 5 feet Mug laid on Ilulgnte and floor of bed projectingI in rear and front end of wngtm Plarc tikli end back ind In front of inside tIiats on the bed before putting th long parallel strips on mind keep endI irate rods tight On the center cross J put a 1foot cleat tight against tit outside of bed and on tlu under side of cross This keeps the center of till I1 ifilI from spreading hilt al good Will cn beds have two outside braces and ottiht not to spreail anyhow lluw ever this simple preventive makes it doubly secure Last but oat libel by buy mean this frame folds up jimt like a pair el scissors and tau be hung up in a shed 01 jigiiinst a building and takes it laee to house it If farmer would only learn to take care of their open fiis ther would bo less mortgaging one than there Is at present 1 never lift my wagonbed oil and duos Iit on tin ground to lay for necks in till rain and minwnml 1 never tats men work harder than I have wen film do while lifting the bell oil Bud nthI wagon and split the tongue and p oil in thl1JecilloolI I1 NewHrlc in Frt ami Fireside WHISKY FROM POTATOES OverjiroiliKllon IIIiclv to lilve Corn nn MmOJotlc Klvul Tic enormous overproduction of po II tot iast summer will probably result in the establishment of potato distil INks in NVisconrin Minnesota and Michigan where the tuner can IK bought for live cents a bushel or less Potato vhishy Is made ami consumed on a large scale in Germany nilI Ativ trill and every traveler ir Ireland Iis oloreil a ample of patted Few 1 I ept the natives ever hays tit courage to do more than look at it However mull quantities of poteen are Im ported into the United States and stuff hearing tint name and probably equal Ily as effective as the genuine can be had In everycity The American distillers have not o porimented much with potatoes They ny the potato flavor IIs nut relished by Jr uien used to the Kentucky Maryland Pennsylvania or Tennessee article A 50000 plant is being erected at Manawa Wis according to press diM patches to use up part of the surplus crop of ISM The ventuio Iis being watched by other distillers cud if it hoes successful corn will have a for midable rival It Is estimatedI 207000 000 bushels of potatoes were sold 01 housed lust year compared with 170 OUOOOO bushelH in 1804 Many states not specially adapted to potato raising went into the market and as a result ptttPiersehocc stuck Is going III small lots it 23 cents It Is believed tilt planting in isoii will he less tutu In JS05 hut not in tIll greet potato ntntes Xcw York Pennsylvania Wisconsin Minnetiota Michigan Illinois and Colorado If- lIstllllISllIn use potatoes theycan al trays find refuse stock at low pricesI us the starch manufacturers do Itutloii tar Cuttlo or Sheep Clover hay bran and wlieat straw snake up a complete ration in growing cattle or sheep It mikes a cheap food It will bring a little better result if the straw std clover could first be run through n feed entter and then the bran be added Jill Iif this cannot be done tic next best plan is to feed the straw and clover in racks or immgers Dud the bruit in boxes or troughs There1 1 will be much less wuste in this way thani by allowing the stock to run in thcr I usedlorisleftway tried inton valuhble ferflliserSouth 11eru8tt Farm Wit11 colts ccsh Jrowth lallot i ti4laruure cst tntS1IlTI ptl b8IiutdttFeJtjl OuesOttrcu of flI8 in- 1rt fifeftitiiirp R TIGHT FOUNDATIONS A rotnt Often Overlooked lu the Con tructlou of Iwrm IlultUltc Too often farm buildings nro set either on cedar posts or cu posts of flat stones the rest of the foundation be- Ing left open for winds to blow under ketpingthestockexceedlugl n place for the harboring of rats wcnsles anti other pests This plan Is nlto gether wrong Farm buildings should alwayp hove a tight foundation If it is desired to ventilate beneath the uthlIkings In summer put in u window covered on the inside with flee wire netting It Is not at nil an expensive matter to make n stone foundation One run do the work him self with rough rocks Dig n trench and if possible put in n JIll of the around the bottom if an outlet can be had at one side On dry gravelly NullI tills would not be necessary Dig the trench wider at the bottom and lilt IWllrI lyI to the top with loose stones wellI packed This wall should grow lint rower as It roes so the frost will not have a chance to lift the stones on time sides From just below the surface of the ground lay the rough rocks in cement mixed with course sharp sand A foot or less is enough of height above the ground for must foundations A loose stout foundation like this must nut have water standing at the bottom among the stones or the frost will make bad work An outlet should be foutlltI to turn the water away If a short hit of drain dill tap the foundation of loose stones at the lowest point the tile he I I neatht the stones may not be needed thoI open passage among till rocks allowing the draining away of the water to tho outlet of the drain With such founda lions buildings will always stay IIIrmly in place without sagging in any part and will Keep nil stock within then much warmer than onll otherwise be till lltllX Y Id LINSEED hlllllII Why American luriiKT Slioulil Feed It SltllkIMlinntlly to Thulr Xot ti pound of the linseed oil cake made in this country should cor Imvc been allowed by the farmers thereof to- go abroad to feed the cattle and the farms of other men their competitor We say this advisedly mind say it earn estly because we know it to be as true as daylight Iltoul the product never been fed to a hoof of stock but every ounce of it put on the ground as Ii fertilizer It would tote paid for itself by sustaining the flitiiItyof famm tint today cannot he given away be roust they are used up and compara tively speaking worthless Hut made a food tar stock it has nut only served the purpose of the feeder to its full value but when the manure of tin i stock so fed has been applied to the land it has been with the distinct under standing tint In feeding it hind not lost a particle of Its 11111 nil 11111 value The farmer then hind full value as a feed and 1111 additional full value as manure and if he cnn buy nil else that he wants with the same prospect of returns he will have no eauxe to complain For nearly half a century the linseed oil HhIPPI11htion to the seaboard was then shipped 1000 stiles across the Atlantic cold soll to Pritish farmers at a profit to the producer as well as to the ultimate con sumer who was glad to get It Why IJceauKc it was the fcrtilier he needed to sustain the productive capacity of his land land that he was rciftlng rt a higher east annually than like quality could be bought for here The ten win today write down linseed cake meal as- a desirable article for stock and land feeding are simply demonstrating their own ignorance Knral World h FACTS FOR FARMERS All crops that mature In Ii short time need the most favorable conditions of soil llefore spring work opens go over the fences and see that they are In good repairTwo essential points In securing a good omit crop RIO early seeding and a tilts tlclllld Sots Is a guild time to renovate the orchard and till the vacant places with good varittlesof trees It Is not a good plan to plow up more land thou ean be sufllclcntly fertilized rnd tilled to grow good traps Tool much care cannot lie exercised jit selecting thoroughly healthy ant vigorous animals for breeding par fonesit is n principle well settled in the jirictjco of Inceding1 that high fro anitnajs fast but Jittlc more to the pro t5uccfs titan low fed stuck Colt Sw llWar llnalttLcnu br rro 4mjj01 the Pf2OIltjq imumtl tJdl outs pigs there is no possible advnn Iape In having theist fHrlow early tfurmcrstwnbhm SEARCHING FEMALE OFFENDERS An Art Which Itequlre lloth Tact IDeS rt OIl Itmvery When I attended at one of tho mSt Important metropolitan police station ntul sought nn Interview with the fe male searcher I anticipated the plenty ure of n little chut with n perfect ogress To my surprise I found the searcher U be a mildmannered plcasantfacei little woman with quite n cheery smile antimil absolutely motherly nil about her She dropped tin oldfashtcnet courtesy when the inspector Introduce her to me nml seemed quite taken nbnckl when informed that the dignity of being Interviewed was to be con ferred upon her urn been here some years now and the task of searching the prisoners Is so familiar that 1 hardly notice what happens said she livery female pris oner brought In is at once searched you know I take them down to the cells and they have then to remove every particle of clothing Kverythlng found in their pockets or not neces sary to be worn is taken front then and of course returned if really their property when they are discharged Loch garment I carefully feel over as I tithe it from them and it is now very seldom that 1 miss anything that may I be threl woman w7ln brought in the other day charged with stealing n watch Find It I didnt though I searched every lunch of each article of clothing lust as I wits giving up in despair I thought of feeling in tit shoes which site had carelessly taken oil In the left shoe there was the missing watch The woman hall been walking about with her foot screwed up mind the watch in the tOt of her shoe Seedless to say I always feel1 In their knit Several stolen articles here been secreted in the hair mind when it is worn in tt bun the font iIs itin easylilt Another prisoner had roved her hair around a livedollar not There are two of us here and if th prisoner Iis at all violent both assist in Ithe search Init It is very seldom tha lire refractory They kuvu that violence is of no use and needles to say we make the task of searHiinn mnllljHllllare used to told some prisoners get id I a terrible rage when you light upon hidden stolen property When bustlei were In fashion many articles were sv crated in them one woman having a dozen pieces of jewelry so packed away The weight of the hustle betrayed it also always look well in thcu II making them lift tip tin for some habitual criminals art very clever at hiding rings mind other small articles in this way There was a woman here charged with stealing a wedding ring I searched her thor oughly examining her mouth hull could find nothing TIll prisoner had had a deal too much to drink anti M often happens I was directed to sit with lice mull night 1 did At first IoIlwI talked then went to sleep Suddenly slit started up seemed as if about to choke coughed violently and tit ring fell from her mouth to the floor of tht tIIJIj There is no special qualification fot the post of searching at a police sta tion If you know an inspector and he speaks for you when there Is a va hllwIIII things very quietly and live out of sK go calmly oil to sleep The drunken ones tare a great nuisance lint some who come lucre often grow to regard me quite as a personal friend and begin to tell me of their doings directly I take them in hand Sometimes they glare at me and say Dont lay n flngeron me1 hurt with a bit of coaxing I usually man ago to pacify them and the search proceeds peacefully Philadelphia Telegraph FimlilniiA Up to Duty Tomato red lends a dash of color to ninny otherwise pointless combinations in the way of toiletst Half the new evening sleeves are imallish puffs very short ending in rulllcs of lace or embroidered stuffs limp painting on satin is shown on some high priced novelties in dancing mid dinner gowns and time coloring is beyond compare gorgeous Turquoise coloring is greatly in evi dence end by this Iis nut meant the fa miliar deep blue of the blue turquoises hut the pink and yellow tones of the turquoises of those tints which arc lass known and very lovely All the contra of the autumn forests itpjHinr in the new millinery foliage Brown ruses lire among the must un natural but most charming flowers Leaves mile like nil tin chameleon effects in nil the dress goods marvels of color lug In the matter of belts for tiny gowns I noto that the narrow belts have yet several widths and the wider ones are worn by the taller women while the shortest and stoutest women eschew them altogether X Y Times A National Indication Cumso Time queue n Chinaman warn Is I indicative of the backwardness of China Cawker How do you make that outl Cumso Isnt It al ways hanging behind Detroit Free Press In some affections of the brain ci morbidly acute sense of hearing Is do rcloped and sounds of ordinary Intft1J citynredktresshig to the patient rod Recount of their apparent loudness 1 L MI urn only too glad to tea ftiiy to the great value i lol Ayera Sarsnparllb xrhlch has boon a house hold companion In our family for years I take from 3 to 0 bottles of It every Spring generally beginning I about Uio drat ot April Alter that I1col lIko n two year old for It tones up my system gives mo an excellent nppetito and I sleep like a top As n blood mcdll clno It hs no superior ntleast that IIs my opinion of ItTT It WILDKT Philadelphia Pa March 20 1890 WEIGHTY WORDS FOR dI Ayers Sarsaparilla ciBIG AND GOOD 19 p PLUGWSometimes quality is sacrificed in the effort to give big quantity for little money No doubt about that But once in a while it isnt For instance theres BATTLE AX The piece Is bigger than you ever saw before for 5 cents And the quality is as many a man has said mighty good Theres no guess work in this statement- It is just a plain fact You can prove it by investing 5 cents in BATTLE AX A SHINING EXAMPLE of what may be accomplished by never vary ing devotion to a single purpose is seen in the history of the McCormick Harvesting Machine Co Chicago For 65 years they have simply been building grain and grasscutting ma chinery and while there are probably forty manufacturers in this line it is safe to say that the McCormick Company builds onethird of all the binders reapers and mowers used throughout the entire world One of the healthgiving eYe ments of HIRES Rootbcer Is sarsaparilla It contains more- sarsaparilla than many of the preparations called by that name HIRESthe but by any test Ma4 clr t7 Ti CktriM E Him CellIna4t1pllta Atvof utif inkMtiUai BollrcrvUro IAMan la OHIO who hadburo I xinMiii with a cUpW ll UrllllniOut ai Wok our ndrlca and boucbl one of our mod era alul 6r1 clwu Well Machinesnddld M7OOO worth of drilling with It tut year fberearr map win rutUI totkelroamadvice when ftinff r t tlieni nn a liver tfLrirrul r rree JLOOMIH k MYMAV r1 FIN OI11O I The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Ag- eKENNEDYS MEDICAL DISCOVERY DONALD KENNEDY of BOXBURY MASS Has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple He has tried it In over eleven hundred cases and never failed except In two casts both thunder humor He has now In his possession over two hundred certificates of its value all within twenty miles of Boston Send postal card for book A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect eurelswarrantedtiwhen the right quantity Is tat enflWhen the lungs are affected It causes shooting pains like needles passing through them the same with the Liver or Bowels This Is caused by the ducts be lag stopped and always disappears In a Weet If thestomachsisfoueor bliousIt will cause squeamish feelings at first No change of diet ever necessary Eat the best you can get and enough of It Dose one tablespoonful In water at bedatime Sold by all Druggists LIVE STOCK GUTS IJCUTSiirranri ed WIIIIIw rliiHit r T111I w ilItr I 1 21fT AIIE ltdFW WitITJJfJD r its f s re ntr 1Y MuutN tlMS a C s r tI4h1 a- i y Y 1F r v f i1 s iiJ 4 a IL PATENT II MEDICINES III FOR SALE I t LINCOLN Ip TEA At If you have any derangement of the Liver Kidneys or Stomach if your Blood is impure if troubled with consti pntion or if your whole system is run down and scads building up try TEA r 0 o l OR WHITEHALLS f MEGRIMINE An absolutely infnllable and never falling remedy for all furors of headache no matter what the ueAudalSo a ready raiipt for every rain fleeb id heir to GO cents a box M 0DR WHITEHALLS 11 RHEUMATIC CURE The wonderful titlesl of this 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0IC k National Specific w = For Malaria AwbUtutetetQnIaitre Cures all 111ca1a Iaaalarla iitemittent fever = R- l1l1 k tlttc 9i pUII oettir- r UTE STATE NEWSII Fourth of July plcnfca are being nr ranged all over the state Mayor Simrall of Lexington says ho will enforce tbe Sunday law against sa loons hereafter Kentucky distillers will meet in Louisville June 10 to consider tbe advisability of suspending for a year Sampson Douglas of Cadiz shot to scare a dog that had kept him awake and fatally wounded hired man In Bath county Newton Ingraham while at work in n sawmill fell upon a circular saw and was probably fatally injuredRobert Jackson who killed Ed Chest nut in Laurel county March 0 1894 has been sentenced to twentyone yours in the penitentiary Paul Goetz who is said to have at tempted to commit suicide at Lexington has sued the city for 10000 damages for illegal confinement in jail The general association of Baptists of Kentucky will convene with the First Baptist church of Bowling Green Sat urday June 20 and the ministers meet ing June 18 Judge Hnttelrigg in the court of np peals Saturday handed down an opinion in tho benevolent institutions cases de ciding that these institutions are not subject to taxation The body of Christine Illechschmidt of Lexington was found on a pike near Fulmouth It is thought to be suicide though officers are working hard to satisfy themselves that there was no foul play Mr Nathan Stubblcfield of Murray claims to have invented a machine that fills the longfelt want of perpetual mo Lion It is sold thAt it has been running constantly for fifty days and nights the motion being furnished by electrical cur rent from the earth He chums that it will revolutionize the motive power of the earth Talking about snAke and fish stories how does this one from the CatletU burg Democrat strike you It says A few days ago while fishing near Savage branch five mile up the Big Sandy river Sol Slrattnn of this city caught a catfish twenty inches long and weighing about forty jvounds When dreaded it was found to contain a rattlesnake two and onebulf feet longwithi fourteen rattled and a button Oatesylllo Texas Gems EDITOR HAXKI GIIEHX HKRAU Dear Sir Permit me through your valuable paper to give a description to my many friends in and around Hazel Green of the country in which I live Well I am noflr the center of Texas a fine country to look at and everybody scorns to bo doing well Corn oats and cotton are very promising this year T J Stophonson and Jack Woods oho left your town sortie five years aeo are climbing the hill of prosperity and leaving the eastern hills to hide the face of poverty Tbo success of the Lacy boys is very promising Also Utcle Dave Whittaker and sons are well to do I like Texas for some of its good qual ifies better than I do Kentucky Best trait Texas has she is Democratic I like Kentucky schools better than I do Texas schools Kentucky has more rnin fall than we have here Kentucky has more sanctified Christians than we have here The quail the buzzard mud the cutworm are the only game that I could recognize as being acquainted with hereSorry to hear of my old partner Ves Normans misfortune Ves go to mak ing sleds not so much danger in them Well after a weeks work making some housekeeping tools I called the roll and made oil for the cotton field Myself in front like Coxie when he headed the third party and marched to Washington Ella behind bringing up tbe rear If I had D S Godsey and J IL Pier att as fair samples of the mountains and John Taulbco and II F Picratt to tell the reason why Kentucky went Kopub Hcai I might stand a chance tp be elect ed to congress some day Success to tho dear old HERALD and its many readers Bv CRACKY STEPHEXSO- XGatesvillc Texas May 17 1896 Te The PatUo Hiring disposed of my stock of mer chandise and retired from business I de sire all who are indebted to me by note account or otherwise to call and settle at once I can be found at my old stand so giro this your immediate attention Tholcf til for your past patronage I ar Respectfully yours JOHN M RosE Htthroe Man 51896 t The Kentucky CKautanqna The ninth annual session of tho Ken tucky Chautauqua convenes in its beau tiful home at Woodland park Lexington Ky on Jung 30 and closes July 10 The program as arranged by Dr W S Da vidson tho best known Chautauqua manager in the country is one of exceptional brilliancy The best things obtainable in the entertainment lines have been secured There will be ten departments of class work under the very best teachers Sundayschool workers public school teachers those who would like to take up physical culture and elocution can here be accommodated On the lecture platform from day to day appear such men as Frank Beard the famous chalk talk man Prof Thomas II Dinsmore with instructive and scientific lectures with experiments Dr James lleadley f the foremost man on the American plat i form Leon H Vincent the popular favorite conies with four interesting 11111 graphical studies Frank R Koberson willishowChina Chas Sprague Smith the fatuous art critic Tahiti DeWitt Miller the perennial favorite strong and eloquent will be heard in two lectures Benjamin Horning will with marvelous lotutlllll rociie from the great authors and imper snnatc them in dress and voice fauns t Burdette the famous New York impcrji sonator and humorist will be hoard with delight and a band gives two concerts hilly Madame Cevelia Eppinghnnier Bailey and bliss Hortrnsc Pearce two wnllderCuhingrs will be heard in charm ing solo work The Tyrolean Troubu dor from the Tyrol mountains Inptl in costumes will indulge in unique Swigs warbling Mr Elmer I1 Hanson will perform many mystifying hats of con juring The Old Homestead Mule Quar tette easily the best in the county will be heard for fire days MUs Esther Fee a charming violiniste will also be in attendance i The Fourth of July will be j the greatest occasion of the Cbautauqun i The silver question will be discujeil btt two giants Horr and Harvey are unities known to everybody The great debate held in Chicago will bn transferred to Lexington fur July 4 It is the burning question of the hour and especially attractive to Kentuckians just now Mr1 Harvey will favor free silver Mr Ilorr will speak1 against it It will be worth a journey of hundreds of miles to Lexing j ton on July 9 to hoar these men talk 0111 on this question Wo have never offered anything MI attractive on the Fourth of July At night the Tyrolean Troubn dors will warble and Mr1 Hanson will perform feats of magic Make this tho time of your vacation Tents cat be procured on the grounds at reasonable rates Boardihg Ituum and hotels of the city are open at reasonable rates A 3 season ticket covers the rich treats of the eleven days of the A mby Railroads will carry you at reduced rater For all information regarding tents and detailed programs address CI1AS SCOTT Business Manager Lexington Ky A Chance to Make Money- I have berries grapes and peaches a year old fresh as when picked I Use the California Cold process do not heat or seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last week I sold directions to 120 families anyone will pay a dollar for directions when they see the beautiful samples of fruit As there are many people poor line myself I consider it my duty to give my experience to such and feel confident anyone CPU make one to two hundred dollars around home in a few days I will mail sample of fruit and complete directions to any of your readers for eighteen 2 cent stamps which iis only the actual cost of the samples postage etc to me FRAXCIS CASEY 921 St Louis Mo- A Plncky Boy It may not be generally known but it is a fact nevertheless and not to his dis credit but a testimonial to his integrity pluck and energy that Joe F Taulbee tho winner of the K T S declamatory medal is one of those very few who desiring an education and not being spec 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