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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lIlIIII I r- x ME MAZEL GiBE HERAhE s SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor II Of a N Uy World With News From All Nations launVrliiff nt ins llnck tloo A YEAR Alway In Avanee TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 11 1890 NUMBER 11 H Liver Illsrficfl biliousness dyspepsia headache const cured 1J3t1on by llosodsai1UsndlThey do an their prompUr work n Hoodseasily Scents All druggists Frei red by C t hood Co Lowell Mass- The only 1111 to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No a I No 5 STATIONS I No1 i 1I11ex I Daily ouirI Sunday Lexington 10 00 am t 50 pm 1 35 pm- Avon 9 3111111 6 41111 3 55 pin Winchester 9 10 lUll 6 03 pm 2 2i pnh- Fairlie S 5I anh 5Ji 11111 2 00 pm Indian Flds 81ii mil 5 31 pot 1 10 pm Clay City 8 19 nm ii 12 jun 11 40 ntn Stanton 8 10 nm 5 02 pin 11 20 nm Filson j Mam JJi pot 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 nm 4 32 inn 10 17 nm sat Bridge j 38 nil 1 Ml pm j 10 07 nut Torrent 7 24 nm 4 14 pin 9 35 nm Beattyve Jc 7 03 am 3 52 pia 8 25 nm Three Fks C 6 53 nm 1012 pin 8 00 am Athol G 32 nm 3 21 pin 7 18 am Elkatatra 6 OS nm 2 58 pin 610 am Jackson 6 00 nm 2 W pm 0 10 am EAST BOUND o4 No6 STATIONS I No2 Sundays Daily ex Daily only Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 7 45 am G 30 am Avon 2Jilm 8 15 am 7 OS am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 40 nm 8 10 am Fairlie 3 21 pm 8 54 nm 8 54 am Indian Flds 3 37 pm 9 10 nm 9 24 am Clay City 3 55 pm 9 2S nm 11015 am Stnnton 4 05 pm 9 33 nm 12 10 pm Filson 4 18 pin 11lillUIl 12 41 pm Dundee 4 32 pm 10 03 nm 1 15 pm Nat UridgeM 4 37 pm 10 12 nm 1 26 pm Torrent rr 4 51 pm 10 27 nm 2 00 pm Benttyve Jc 5 Hi pm 10 51 nm 3 05 pm ThreeFks 0 5 26 pm 11 01 am 3 25 pm Athol 5 jtO 11 Ill 22 om A 12 pm- Elkatawa 6 12 pm 11 40 nm 5 Oli pin Jackson G 20 pm 11 55 nm 5 20 pin Nos 1 llll 2 arrive anti depart from CtO Union depot nt Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Netherland J D LIVINGSTONVice anti Gen Man CI1AS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent I THIS WATCH is guaranteed saint as our 1100O WATCHES to run well and koop good time THE PRICEIS 250 This represented turn solid nickel silver case stem Wind atom sot quick train duplex escapement v Send in your orders or call and see us when you come to Lexington Fred J Heintz lalMllctlrll1 iiItsr 41N Lzdniiah- Pk Tj HERd is 01111 a year y 1r r NEARLY EVERYTHING SILVER I I Twenty Free Sliver Delegates Chosen te Chicago and Only Two for Gold DKLKGATES AT LAKGE J C S Blackburn John S Rhea P AlternatesrCarroll Theodore Hallam e DISTRICT DELEGATES First District Ollle James of Crit tender county J DMocquot of Me Crackcn Second DistrictJ F Dempsey of Hopkins E P Millett Davies Third DistrlctJ M Richardson o Barren Ben T Perkins of Todd Fourth District David It Murray o Breckinridgo Robert Lancaster of Marion Fifth District Zack Phelps and W D Haldeman of Louisville Sixth District N S Walton of Boone J T Scott of Grant Seventh DistrictT E Moore of Bourbon R F Peake of Oldham Eighth DistrictG G Gilbert of Shelby Robert Totnlinson of Garrard Ninth District George R Vincent of Lawrence G W Bramlett of Nicholas Tenth DistrictJohn E Garner of Clark George B Clay of Pike Eleventh DistrictC M Salce of Adair hen V Smith of Pulaski ALTERNATE DELEGATES First District W P GtJin of Callo way and Fentoii Siins of Trigg Second DistrictG M Wallingham of Webster and Winfield Scott of Union Third District E 0 Hawkins of Logan and James W Dates of Muhlen bergFourth DistrictJ M B Shreve o Green and Robert Tyler of Bullitt Fifth District James Watben and Swager Sherley Sixth DistrictD S Morris of Pen dleton and Anton Beck of Campbell Seventh DistrictW P Thorne o Henry and J A Hammond of Scott Eighth DistrictBush L Cook of Jessamine and H K Hay of Boyle Ninth DistrictC B Carter of Harrison and Dr Henry Kchoe of Fleming Tenth DistrictA B Pieratt of Mor gnu nail Robert Smith of Elliott Eleventh DistrictC II Price o Bell and E H Hackney of Laurel DISTRICT ELECTORS First DistrictJ C Flournoy of Ful ton Mark Wortcn of Livingston assis taut Second DistrictC W Bransford of Daviess S A Young of Henderson assistantThird DistrictEd B Drake of Allen A A Sturgeon of Edmonson assistant Fourth DistrictGus Brown of Breck inridee Thomas W Sims of Washington assistant Fifth District Wallace McKay Joe Huflaker assistant Sixth District Harvey Myers of ICenton B F Rice of Trimble assist antSeventh DistrictW P Kimball of Fayette R B Franklin of Franklin assistantEighth District L IL Carter of An derson J W Rawlings of Boyle assis tantNinth DistrictW G Ramsey of Math j Dr L V P Williams of Rowan assistantTenth DistrictT J Wells of Mor gnu Eleventh District Henry Beauchamp of Metcalfe John T Hays of Knox assistant THE PLATFORM The Democracy of Kentucky in con vention assembled do reaffirm their allegiance to the principles of the party as announced by Jefferson and Jackson We are in favor of bimetallism and to that end we hold to the use of both gold and silver as the standard money of the country and the free coinage of both gold and silver without discrimination against either metal at the ratio of 16 to 1 Independent of agreement with another nation We favor the immediate repeal of all laws by which silver was demonetized and demand its unqualified restoration to the right of free and un limited coinage in the mints of the United States as money of final re demption Wo1ie1a that the sectary of the treasury should exercise kit legal righ l o o yt 9dlY Ito redeem all coin obligations In gold or silver as may be more convenient and are opposed to the issue of bonds in time of peace fur the maintenance of the gold reserve or any other purpose We are opposed to the national bank log system and to any enlargement of its powers and opposed to any contraction of the currency by the retirement of greenbacks or otherwise We declare it to be n fundamental principal af Democracy that the federal government has no constitutional power to impose and collect tariff duties except timefcollection of such taxes should be limi fted to the necessities of the government honestly and economically administered That the Democratic party has ever beeR the party of personal liberty mill religious freedom and is now and has always been opposed to any union of church nnd state It is opposed to the enactment of all laws the purpose or de sign of which is to sustain or enforce nay religious tenet or sect and to any law organization or society religious or political secret or otherwise that tends to proscribe any citizen for or on account of his religious belief or to apply any such test as n qualification for public ollice We condemn and denounce in unmeas ured terms time illegal nnd unwarranted action of the Republican governor of Kentucky in culling out the military power of thIItlAto for thee purpose of overawing the legislature suppressing the civil authorities and by force fraud and intimidation attempting to elect contrary to time wishes of the people n senatefand commend the conduct of each and every Democratic member of the legisla lure and overt Democrat who stood loyally to tho support of tho party and its nominee in that contest partyfnominees to be the true test of party fealty and that every nominee is entitled to the undivided support of tho party Resolved That the delegates chosen by this convention to time National Demo cratic convention to be held at Chicago July 7189G bo and they are hereby in structed to cast tho vote of the stub of JfS C Blackburn for president of the United Slates and to use all honorable means to secure his nomination And we direct that the vote of this state shall be cast as a unit upon all questions he fore time convention by n majority of tho delegates appointed and in attendance Signed by John B Thompson chair man timid all the other committeemen except A J Carroll Ice Cream Made by a Now Process I have an Ico Cream Freezer that will freeze cream instantly The cream is put into the freezer nnd comes out in stantly smooth and perfectly frozen This astonishes people and a crowd will gather to see tho freezer in operation and they will nil want to try tho cream You can sell cream ns fast as it can bo made andsell freezers to runny of them who would not buy nn old style freezer It is really a curiosity and you can sell from tj to 8 worth of cream and six to twelve freezers every day This makes n good profit these hard times nUll Is n pleasant employment J F Casey Co 1143 St Charles street St Louis Mo will send full particulars and infor mation in regard tit this new invention on application and will employ good salesmen on salary- ADVANTAGES OF FREE SILVER Tho Money Question Discussed In a Forcible Address By an Elo greet Speaker Tho silver question was discussed in n masterly address onliThe Modern Judas before time Ohio liberal society by Attor ney A A Brown Among other things ho said Tho bimetallist today stands firmly lateryask a verdict at your hands upon the law and evidence that It the heritage of a free people The BftODometalliit paints pictures of the dtstreoB and ruin that will fejlf i tile remenetlratlon of silver shutting bit eyes to the great fact that iDAthe crime oLW there hMjlien greater financial rann greater clWr greater petty MOT frictie ketoses Inr r capital and labor than in any other two decades in our history while our highways have been thronged with armies of the unemployed True there has been n season of prosperity but the reaction following this great crime lias been terrible nnd awful to contemplate and tho end is not yet In tho midst of this commercial ruin wo are cautionedagainst 11 return to tha system under which the whole world grew in commercial development and nations traded as members of havelbeenmeasure of value since tho birth of civi lization and as constituted by unani mous consent tho money of tho world over since barter and trade gave way to n medium of exchange Until tho actof demonetization In 1810 In England and 1873 In the United States concerning which latter measure Carlisle now the paid advocate of time single gold stand ard the stool pigeon of Wall street tho purchased convert to a principle tho operation of which he pictured with aw ful certainty tho most pitiable example of political treachery that has lived since the days of Benedict Arnold whoso eyes are blinded with n golden glitter of Rothschilds palace said III know tho worlds stock of precious metals is none too large and I see no reason to apprehend that it will ever bo so Mankind will be fortunate Indeed if time annual production of gold and sil ver coin shall keep pace with tho annual increase of population commerce and industry According to my views of the subject time conspiracy which seems to have been formed here mill in Europe to destroy by legislation andotherwise from three sevenths to one half of the metallic money of the world Is tho most gigantic crime of this or any other ago Time consummation of such u scheme would ultimately entail moro misery upon the human raco than nil the wars pestilences nUll famines that ever occur red in the history of tho world What arc time fruits of n single stand ard7 James H Eckels comptroller of the currency time mouthpiece oflitho fisherman of the white house in n speech in Cincinnati April 17 describes the situation thus 11 do not indulge in exaggeration of speech or extravagance of statement when I say nt nn time within the last three ducadod hays con ditions so serious confronted tho Ameri can business world That speech must have been a lapses lingua Tho United States had the free amid unlimited coin age of both gold aril silver until 1873 Tho gold standard men have had tho country since then and now after these years have passed instead of cxtollillgI tho virtues or n single portrnying to delighted nnd prosperous millions its wonderful works they tell us tho existing conditions never were so serious ns they are now i they tell us tint tho American business world is paralyzed upon which proportion tho bimetallists take no issue and they nd vise you lo stick to the sinking ship upon this proposition I take Issue nnd contend that this act secretly fraudu lently and stealthily passed bo repealed and this blot upon our party politics be expungedA dollar contains 1I2J grains of standard silver having n marketable vnluo in every market on earth Time net of the government in Its coinage did not niter its vnluo as n commodity in tho least The net in itself was simply tie guarantee of tho government that the piece coined contained so many grains of pure silver and so many grains of alloy a certificate if you please of weight and purity To coin 10000 In silver the government would require 4125000 grains and if coined into ono single piece would weigh a fraction over 716 pounds This comparison at once puts at rest tho charge of fiatism and thus I hurl back the charge unmasked disclosing its nakedness stripped as it Is of logic truth or reason I believe literally In uinn honest dollar a dollar that stead ily persistently continuously indefi nitely Increases In purchasing power bee Ulng ne human being but the hol der aad owner of fixed securities payable iajpld Is1 sot an honest dollar And a d 1 MtI f f every iBfltteftce that te 4o te iepdre i It of stability is a menace to every debtor in the land and dangerous to a nations commerce It means a lowering of prices it means that the goods you have on your shelf in your stores are constantly depreciating in value that instead of selling them today at a profit you must sell below cost and instead of tho mercantile world prospering bank ruptcy insolvency and ruin stare tho American merchant In the face Tho constitution of time United States declares that congress shall pass no law impairing the obligations of n contract yet by thnet of the 63d congress by lie legislation changed tho conditions of every contract where future payment was to be made by increasing tho vnluo of time money which was to be used And now because tho people of this country are rising in their might to pro test against that legislation that line en larged every debt and contracted an obI ligation without tho consent of the debt or and without compensation they are inflationists fiatists cranks and every cflbrt now made tn restore tho dol Inr to its original value pronounced an effort to Inflate tho currency and deluge tho country with fifty cent money but the creditor class that thus indulges in criticisms sees no dishonesty in a constantly descending dollar so long as the benefit of time increase inures to his profit What Is free coinage T It Is that eye tem of law that permits any owner or holder of gold or silver bullion to pre sent it for coinage nt any mint in theaUnited States If it is of u less standardwof fineness than required for monetary purposes It is refined by tho government nt tho cost of tho depositor it is then coined or stamped by the government which not Insures to tho holder of tho dollar that as n piece of sliver it is nino tenths fine nnd contains 412 grains This dollar then or its equivalent is re turned to tho depositor tho government hums nn claim upon it whatever it belongs to time depositor mid ho circulates it ns money nt its market value either appre elated or depreciated ns dictated by tho law of supply and demand Gold nnd silver submit to exactly tho same treat uncut and the bimctnlist demands that both shall bo legal tender for nil debts both public nnd private at tho option of the debtor the law only fixing tho ratio at which they niny circulate tho law of supply nnd demand regulating their relative value Again we nro told by tho monomotnl list thnt gold never varies in vnlue that it is worth identically tho canto in nil time markets of tho world that it nnvel changes yet thuy charge in tho very next declaration they make that gold under certain monetary conditions would leave this country mill go to Europe Wherein I pray is there an inducement c to the capitalist tho holder of fixed V debts to risk shipping great volumes of 1 gold to Europe if their first proposition Is true The facts nrc thoy have builjcd n political policy on tho qulcktllu lId of falsehood and to maintain their struct ure thoy mist continue n false policy thronchoiit The Interests of the silver miner however nro least important iin tho struggle we nro engaged in Tho greatest amount of silver over produced in this country in a single year never reached 60000000 ounces and tbo greatest loss by demonetization could not exceed 32000000 to tho silver minor In n corresponding period But with tho depreciation of silver nil other commodities declined except taxes interest nnd debts The wheat crop annually amounts to 500000000 bushels and a like depreciation on wheat aggregates a loss to time farmer of 250000600 The cotton crop for 1894 amounted to 6600000 bales of 470 pounds each a like depreciation on cotton represents a low of 810000000 a like depreciation oa all other farm products represents a loss to the farmer of 460000000 while bte lose owing to depreciation of farm lawk approximates 1300000000 I J UfhtnlRf Hot DfrW Mt taint NMVM YryTrite hir1M KN All Pike ritr + I1i H0 t r 1- WNAwI NiIl I io 1 i noJ 17 J b k iTME HERALD r s SPENCER COO EIC uWUher a DAZEL QUEEN t s s ItY THE BATTLE OF LIFE Life for man U but a battler Twist his better part and worse a rattleaIn the conn lets early stages On the field of strife ho crawls And his natural Badness rages Till it conquers and appalls s Joan from teaching and example In him Goodness tries to grow But the Badness still Is ample To oercome Its puny foe Then with years and teaching longer Dadness loses of Its might r And with Goodness growing stronger There Is more an even tight Long and bitter hard and wearing Is the struggling of the foes Which will win In man despairing ii He himself no answer knows One day Goodness Is the winner I Next day Badness dons the paint Then the saint drives out the sinner Then the sinner downs the saint p Long this awful conflict rages In poor human man who would u Gladly blot out many pages From his lifes book If he could How ho hates the Badness In him Yet at times he helps it light How lie prays that Good to win him Still too oft his aid Is slight But at length the costly teaching Of experience brings sense Then the man to Maven reaching 4i 4iAsksfor help In his defense Reanforccd the Good redoubles All Its efforts In the fray Andthough not without new trouWoe Drlvos the Badness out to stay But the lifelong battle dreary Has HO weakened man that he While triumphant falls a weary At the gate of victory And with nil his UachltM vanished And ennobled true and brave He whim fit to live IIs banished To the silence of the gravv hut though he on earth has tasted Llttlu save the battle pains His hard light has not boon WIUltedIFor a Heavenly crown It gains I I 11 C Dodge In Chlcaffo Sun VES FJtOM A BEECHr 1LEAIll KTIIIU F lunucII KllMMIPKING had come and the day tv- tdecked is JI in lit r 1 bridal robe c faintest green The golden glory of her sunshlt- treSsea only deep ened the blue her eyes in chic I lay n glad an Jecp mystery Her sweet fresh brvnt came in caressing joyful sighs nnd the warmth of her tender heart made u glow with n gentle fragrant heat The old beech stood waving its green arms on if beckoning all within bight to come and listen to its yarns of days 7goneby for although it had reached I green old age it had not learned the tr wisdom of silence and gloried In Its being the only beech nt the old Dorin homestead The waving arms had attracted two boutie and seated themselves beneath Iton natures throne of green velvet ready fir rich or veer How I love this old leech snit 1 Ellen Dorin to her companion and adorer Just toe Harry how lovely the leaves arc now supposing you got mo a few The young follow gathered several JnplaidhurryfndayWeargive it to me It will then catch some of your life and be warm with it forIever after The girl laughed as she fastened it atI her throat What nonsense you wont have theI 11T LOOKING BTai3ILYtT TIU GIRL IepttQ mor1V t and you really iusist- DR going away 1I3rrytYou knotty VIii rlgo tnfd pit Isnt kind Ellen to put It that wny Why do- oth teasoi g pp such lo yqupg man t IEUuJ chin kl 1Itiaal n lbl uNJCmafu thorl lllt IItW LIM J7ft r 1fI Ten me Harry just why you are nroi1t= r IclJcyo 11wre forgotten ax w Tte lInt was knocked suddenly to the ground diKclosung hushed and rather angry face us Harry Court oa raised himself nnd sat looking steadilyI ut the girl If you would let the solfmndu mist dissolve you would see clearly enough This dangling ht a ropes end never sure whether you ore going to be hanged or not doesnt salt me If I go away you will either forget or want me and 1 intend to have Rome decision Oh mien if you only could o would love iiiui anti his voice sounded iiiv IM n cry ns he again Itll hack on ii gross nnd pulled the lint over his fuue Hut Kllen saw the trembling of ti chin thirst told her more thou anything he hud ever said and she felt sincere Ily sorry for him Silence reigned anti the old beech shook its leaves impatiently What foolK thesis mortals were why not listen to his tales instead of talking scull nonsense You Htnnd too ranch Harry the ls the trouble the girl said honestly 1 dont understand you Ellen Well Ill explain I am a horn co quette I Icnt help it and we bOlh know It I like you honestly but when a woman loves Harry the Is simplici1 tyItself her henrt is no longer a mirageJ where she conMnntly chases unren t8 but the bentitifid oasis in the cool waters of which site butll her fevered brow and is nt peace and rest low you sue hurry how foolish you IC been You hate been ofTvring thu tieMiitifid sunshine of your love to one I whore eyes HIV still Iblind to it You can do nothing hut wait and even then Hurry I might prefer the soft moon light of some one elses love I am imnpst with you Harry nnd 1 cnn only say I dont know If you en re enough about me you cars wait but I dont otter you the llfrlitent hojM You are NOikibltf to go and hud I been you I should hMve tone long HJTO I shall honestly miss you Hurry but if yon stay 1 should ttlliic you an I have done I simply ennt help It It lint right to you so gol Will you now give me the leaf 151 nun Pets but it is nil witheredl but as you wont keep it it wont mutter lCIWttlrSUMMIElt A year and imire had msed over the anulent liend of the old beeeh ii leaves were darker from the hot sun of summer and todtiy it stwHl sullen ly with never a motion of its long iifSMIII and yet dilFefent Well this is good talentsaid a dlcr I msJuproached Cowls hauls You eviI dently received my note and were ex offleeting I 1 usisplannedl or you know business tlastern odc1c b nhSunly Courton hud turned coquets c 111I0W us he looked long sold earnestlyI nt the girl before hums Lets sit down under the old leech Kllen Do you renieinber our last sal hllrtJ1 OM HId she remember Would site ever forget it Oh yes Harry I believe 1 cllflheanswered You were right in what you snld must have been an awful hare not hav lug sensu enough to take no for an nnswer The tours were very near this surface in Kllens eyes and she thought i I he would only be n born again andl i Hurry watched the girls face closely and sew the tents rise I want to toll you something Kllen 1toI Imve found a woman who II nm sot j loves me anti whom 1 lure even better than 1 loved you at one time I am very glad Harry mid wish yu nil happiness mlcuIso I came Oh Kllen1 she Iis the dearest sweetest little woman that ever livedand Courton kept his eyes steadiI Jly on the girls face What is her statue llnrrythe pew girl said slowly yetjustant I I Oh till right go ahead Hut first hurry pull n few of those leaves from I the beech I like to have them in my mends Why Kllen you art trembling whats the trouble lit lie woman Nothing site answered while her heart heat loudly at the tender tone o f i his voice and the name little WUlI1l1l1jwouldntj I Harry threw himself on the groundI and lay idly watching some insects burr ng in the air above him then turning i anti leaning on his elbow he gazedI steadily up nt mien Ills eyes wanderedI over tho pretty wavy hair nnd downI the fair face noticing the still droop of tho mouth then he murmured to him self Im a brute Well Ellen he said at Inst You havent congratulated me I am sure you would if you could see the dear lit woman Indeed I do HarryI I know she youjleunbutt1nowghta f 1 a Thfcn wily tlidyoir wahi ink tbvcoi gratnlntc you flurry said the girl wondcringly Oh a womans reason just bvj cause he answered laughing Someway Kllen as I lie here I thin of our Just talk neath this old tree But hurry you mustnt Thatroi right to the woman you love Why not Ellen 1 I merely remem bered your giving me a leaf 1 sure 3 can remember that little net of kin ross JJv the way give me anothert wont you Ellen I thought you were going to tell about that woman Harry I am walt ing to scare Weil let me sit closer to you to steady me let me hold your bum- e Kllen I refuse to be music sport of Harry i Kllen answered angrily You will wish you had when I hay e finished Courton rejoined grieved Ellen east an angry glance at hIm and kept n dignified silence You remember Ellen how I used to love you Harry you err going altogether too far you used to be a man Itceuusc 1 loved you Kllen 1 The girl rose but Courton drug her down again Come Kllen lets have done with nonsense You can see now how your coquetry hurt me it was unmanly IIIIl1d contemptible to net so talon bit this time I wanted to be sure You know the woman now dent nnd cant 1 Justly be proud of IUrl The girl set silent and one was re minded of a glorious sunset breaking through bony elands and Jgradually ItJlH UKKVT rates tfOSKIV TO HIM I turning nil to in indescribttblc golden and eriniMJii glory I After watching till bounty of her faces glow Courton said Now arent you sorry you didnt lett me hold your hand Thus it is necessary nt tines in meats of intense feeling to make mCIII commonplace remark to break strain Our souls are infinite but ours holies are finite I i AfTLJIN j sprlllCl1IIIj j I i n The old tree would know her no more j and the tears deposited on every leaf by hearIt1 j yllh Kery jgh of the jiutumn wind jj There was a sadness In leaving oldi friends though inanimate even tt hur I ui go into u golden happiness nod Kl lens ryes here dimmed us she pulled c few of the tearladen leaves and j 1reed them in her dress fastII Come Whats this Tears in tho eyes of my little wife sold llnrry ns j IIII drew her elosely to him Give me clcurUlleicase lie chw from his pocket lust then n Mrong breath of nirshook till tree so that the remnining tears felli i j the ground just ns the sun hurst I forth III all its glory nod the old beechI waved his arias joyamsslyII youuwere the oqnettc little woman then i I nnd now last our aid friend here tin I tree who is old enough to know better lustt see how he beekons as of old fa yetIa heart for see that little I onlytsways that enough to tinier n gentle I InIthoeII j IInd make you happy little one prottetII gain this wcuknos of wishing to 1 everyone in sight tales of the trilli j gone by jI WINTK- KIlcncnth I the beech stood an elderly man The leaves leans the old tree hncll1 guar sod the Knuof time hind I the head of till llIlnt figure iKmtttli the nncicnl tree It was a forlorn enough sight and the cold winter blast chilled the life in the old comrades The man stood gazing silently at the a beech anti then he drew from his pocket u rAte from which he took three leaves loud stood looking through them into the past Though all were with I II credo one could Fee that they were beech I leaves and had been picked at different l i seasons of the year One had been of spring a faint green another of summer I a darker tinge and the last showed dimly the radiance given it bytl autumn CourtonBaptier4 I The usedusae d no develop organs titnelils1etlalied r absent They do not need it seemi I both to hear nnd see l A LITTLE NONSENSE UDo you have any Idea how mat ens of cool you burn each winter No I only know how many I pay for 5 Chicago Record Are you bitisfled that the team I sold you are well matched Yes Ltto work nnd the other is satisfied u let him N Y Telegram Like a BoyIlls Mother You see meCyour thing to him The Son Grandpa would you like to have soldiers at you tiftuaralIoK1on Transcript Proprietor to the eciitar11ct- he first number of our stew paper looks yell last there is one thing I dont like What Whv this communication siguedIn Old Subscriber TitBits Ddi ft 1 tell you Xornh that I should be at hcme to no onc1 Yh maam hut the lady loss on just tho folnest new hU you her laid oyes on nn I tough it my Christian juty to hev ye see tUrpers Banr March of vlence Ardent Lover If you could tee my heart UptoDatel = 1 intend to see it Hiram Sit sti i litu1ribunct-t Customer That meat I bough lere last Mr Cleaver was frightfully tough UuUher Do you know slims rut that one reason why there n PO many poor teeth nowadays is b cause they do not have enough exe else Custoiier lilt that stealsI couldnt be cut with a knife Butcher Yes there is some mighty poor cu lery in the market now Did you st live pounds msnrniIluston frlll1jj j script SPREAD INFECTION AMONG BUG Novel a1od or 1trytng Farm Ies ill Pogue In HallI1 The ousiiie M exchanging sick hug for well ones Is to be conducted on larger scale this year Prof Frank 1 Snow chancellor of the State Clovers j i ty of Kansas iis in charge of it with a j appropriation from the legislature to j seek him Just now he is getting into order his hospital for insects in a liic the latter are treated not for the Ins pose of curing them of nnything hut t inoculate them artificially with horri ble diseases luring the coming summer anyboti- tvllo chooses to send a healthy chine bug to Prof Soon will receive from him in return a diseased specimen fitt the same species Last season consign IIH vas of sick insects were forwarded to iOOO farmers in Kansas alone au d packages of them were shipped by ex i press to various localities in eight other j states The recipients scattered th j bugs in their fields the object beln r1 to spread n plague among the chine cropsThisMime of the most injurious insects IoIllrlucJhlIi too 1illg applied by practical experiments in Europe as well as in this country Prof Snows work in tills direction hit 1IIIui attended with much success till destructive chinch ung being wellnigh annihilated over whole districts bv hi j sIjKitont plague Ills diseasebreeding imolII i i 1lug the anent very elaborate apparatus The material of infection Iis placed iin small ghiss jots together with a few healthy hugs The hitter when they Income sick are transferred to IrlltI shallow boxes IIn these boxes hrnlthv rej rived nod front them is obtained constant supply of dying and dead in stets for shipment to those who want j t I Will i noIriijidrcs that every person asking for dinused hugs shall send an equal nuns 11 of hciltiiy ones Sumo of the else eimens forwarded from the infirmary our to all outward appearances well i exposesrI to infection stud the deadly germs are already h beginning to multiply inside ot their bodies After n bit they will1 sicken and die the corpse of each one whitejlllOldof whitish gossamer filaments It I I ii ease exactly similar the fly has diesI If a fungus discnn The ailment com TUiucntcd to the chinch bugs by Prof 1note whichImllkcRy loston Trite vr- i pt A MIrurlr of Science One of the miracles of science is gui it toil It ib obtained by subjecting thp ommon everyday cotton of commerce to the action ol nitric acid but by tho chemical union of the two substance third is produced one of the most ter ilble known to science Ordinarily if Blocs not nt first differ greatly In ap beingheusienlly itlI f liable to be sorely deceived There ore everal varieties of itan explosive oJ high power a less explosive kind tine in inflammable variety need ht the arts the name of collodion Vnrioui materials era employed In the manu altdcltacids Chicage Chronicle Power exorcised with violence hai tt- fldoni echofJbng duraildn but produco I pcuoca v BOOK LOVER vatetOstentatious FarUhloner FatDarcythat witty nation Ireland It is ttM In111traukeeJournalthe w of a perfect specimen of the noureauxlf riches who lived in the nlrghborhoodoi m Dublin at the invitation of its pompon owner lIe was shown elll over Obfl house his host taking great pains jlla habitual in such casea to keep thtf 1IIt ful things he was shown Finally nftef making the complete tone of V chateau the library was reached ift t tremendous shelves groaning underthf weight of thousands upon thousand i of volumes resplendent in the mo fmagnificent bindings Here they seafe ed themselves nod the host said witifel a jtWellhere last because this is my favoriUi Jroom The other rooms maybe gireJf pleasure to my wife and my daughters but this is my placeright here amonjjff AnfdIthese here on the desk pointing tof ItlIeorc of ultralooking volumes nreSi what I may call my intimate friends Ljri T Father iiirey got up anti exnmnttl reone of them when n broad grin spree toer his goodnatured face us he Kalh rWell its glad I nm to see thnt yoU never cut your intimate friends jf 1e4tslcnofanrinFtveathcrlt usaltestonqtf i work Chicago Rcennl h trCrippIei 1 The iron grasp of scrofula has no demonI llhIthenbody with this pains of rheumatism until Hoods Sarsaparilla cures hiI Nearly four years ago I became af tAlcttrl with scrofula and rheumatism MadehRunning sores bn ko cut on my thlRbs Pieces of bono came out and an operation was contemplated I had rheumatism in rny legs drawn up out of shape I lost liP petit could not sleep I was a perfect wreck I continued to prow worso nod Unully gao up tho doctors treatment to Wellttko Hoods Sursanarllb Soon upMtltd calms serif the sores commenced to heal My limbs straightened out and I threw away my crutches I am now strut find hearty und am fanning whereas tour ItCSommend Hoods Sursupariha emus HAMMOND Table Grove ln- lnoisrHoods Sarsaparilla IIII theOnc Trot Hlno l Iurlfler Ail clnjTfrlstK II Irepurortonlv v C L HoixKtCV Lou 1 Miuuu Hoods Pillsclr ildcrtlvI l1 tot rtt fa tolHahJc BIG FOUR NCW List BtTWlCN f CINCINNATI TOLEDO and DETROIT r SOLID TRAINS I FAST TIME- EXCELLENT s EQUIPMENT 1 INAUGURATED MAY 17 1 THE SCHEDULE ji- IT Cincinnati tI1II a m 4rU jv c ArTolrootp m A s nd raST Through Coaches and Parlor Cars on Oar Truss i Through Caches Wagner Sleeping Cars Clndnnitl Jto Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on Night TrJkfc The New Service between Cincitin U ToJeia and Detroit is AS GOOD AS OUR SEW YORK LINEI AS GOOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE I AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOUIS Buy your tickets through via LINEIIFor full hilortn tiou call on E 0 McCORMICK D8 Pass Traffic Mgr Genl rasa Jt Tkt A SHINING EXAMPLE of 1 may be accomplished by never vary iseenchicagoiriFor cheery andiv4iilethere are probabl i irisssafeCompany builds onethird of wj the binders reapers and mowers OS4 throughout the entire world l a AaadhrrhTRCGGLEforFREEiusrra fa d r w IY 1 wt jtr a rgtis j BEFORE THEY ADJOURN Having Reference to the Early Dissolu lion of Congress I 1 nr TulmBB0 Voice KnUoil on Ilohnlf of tbc AlmightyHe Aks That 1I0tllc rolltlcal Conventions Do Like wUo KcctiRiilxo Jot In slit Constitution Tho subject of Dr Tnlmago Sunday was Hofore they Adjourn having 11 reference to the early dissolution of j congress and the text selected was Psalms cv 22 And teach his Senators wisdomSenators in this text stand for law makers Josephwns the lord treasurer j of the Egyptian government and I among other great things which he did I according to my text was to teach his j senators wisdom nail if any men onI earth ought to be endowed with Vis dam it is senators whether they stand i in congresses parliaments or rcich stags or assemblies or legislatures I Byt1lr decisions nations go upI or down Lawmakers are sonic I times so tempted by prejudices by SlCe tional preferences by opportunity of j personal advancement anil sometimes j jJJ what is best to do iis so doubtful thatII theyought to be prayed for and encouraged I in every possible way instead of severely criticised and blamed and excoriated as is much of time Unit tjie case Our public men are so often the target to bo shot at merely be cause they obtain eminence which other men wanted but could not reach that more injustices are hurled at our national legislature than the people of the Initcd States can possiblyl imagine The whole sale belying of our public men is simply damnable lly residence in Wash- Ington 1 have come to find out that many of our public men are persistent ly misrepresented and some of the best of them the purest In their lives I and most faithful in the discharge of their duties mire the worst defamed Some day I want to irfcach a sermon from II Peter They mire not afraid to speak evil of dignities Whereas angels which tiro greater in power and might bring not railing accusa I tion against them before the Lord Hut these as natural bruto beasts made to be taken and destroyed speak evil of the things that they understand notISo constant and malignant Ii9 thisI work of depreciation and sea nializa tiou in regard to our public men that nil over the land there are those whojj suppose that the city of Washington is I the center of all corruption while what with its parks and its equestrian statuary and its wide streets and its architectural symmetries and its lovelyI homes it is not only the most beautiful city under the sun but has the highest style of citizenship I have seen but t one intoxicated man in time store than I six months of my residence and I do not think any now emus give similar testi monyof any other cityon the Amer ican cOlltln ntIThe gavels of our two houses of na tional legislature will soon fall and ad I journment of two bodies of men as talented as upright and as patriotic as ever graced the capitol will take place The two or throe unfortunate outbreaks which you have noticed only make snore conspicuous the dignity I tho fraternity the eloquence the fidel- Ity which have ehararteried those two bodies during all the long mouths of I Important and anxious ifeliberation Wo put a halo around great men of tho past because they were so rare In their Jrtlnle Our senate and house of repre sentatives have live such men where onco they hind one But it will not bo until after they are dead that they will bo appreciated The world finds it safer to praisa the dead than the living because the departed having a heavy pile of marble above them may not rise to become rivals limit before the gavels of adjournment 11101I and the doors of Capitol Hill shut there are one or two things that ought to be done and let us pray Cod that they may he accomplished More forcibly than ever before congress has been implored to acknowledge Jod in our constitution The Mothodlst church a church that is always doing glorious things hits in its recent Wil mington conference requested our congress to amend the Immortal document which has been the fotulatlon and wall and done of our Inlted States government by Inserting tin words Trusting in Almighty God If that amendment is made it will not only please all the good people of the coun try hut will please time heavens It was only an oversight or a mental accident that tho fath ers who made time constitution did not Insert a divinely worshipful sentence They all so far as they amounted to anything believed III God the Father Almighty tho Maker of Heaven and earth and in Jesus Christ Ills only begot ten Son The coustltution would have been a failure had It not been for tho divino interference Tho mom bers of tho convention could agree on nothing until in response to Benjamin Franklins request that the meetings bo opened by prayer the Lord God was called on to interfere and help and then tho way was cleared and all tho states signed tho document a histor ical fact that nil tho rat terriers of modern infidelity cats not bark out of existence I know that there was an exception to tho fact that the prominent mon of those times were good men Tom Paine a libertine and a sot I r it untJlhoAllenfromconflrmntlon dylnidaughtermothers Christian religion than his own infidelity The article sent moI says The story has been denied by some of the Allen family but the UronI sons family some of whom were withI the dying girl ufllrm that Is substan tlally true In suchn matter ono confirmation manyllenlalsme There is no doubt that Ethan Allen was tho vulgarest sort of an infidel for sitting in a Presbyterian church his admirers say he struck thoIpow in front of hint swore out loud so as to disturb time meeting and no gentleman would do that I do not wonder that some of his descendants are ashamed of holplitmen of tho revolution believed in God and our American congoss now tlmentsIof the Father when they enthrone tho name of God In the constitution We havo no more reason for inserting that acknowledgment of Divinity than our fathers had Since then the Jreatcitiesbuilt and all in peace showing that liuperIsalRreatfInallclalcanine to greater prosperity than anything that preceded Since then sun guinary 1802 IS113 18Jl and 1805 mind notwithstanding the fact that all the foreign despotisms were planning for our demolition wo mire a united people and tomorrow you will fluid in both houses of congress time men who fought for the north and the south now sitting side by side armed with no weapon except tho pen with which they write home to their constituents who want to be appointed postmasters The man who eau not see God in our Amer lean history is as blind of soul as he would be blind of body if he could not at 12 oclock of an unclouded noon see the sun in thin heavens As a mutter of gratitude to Almighty God gentlemen of the Ameriean congress bo pleased to insert the four words suggested by the Methodist conference Not only because of the kindness of God to this nation in the past should a reverential insertion bo inflTde but because of the fact that we uro to want divine inter position still further iu our na tional history This gold and silver question will never bo set tled until God settles it This question of tariff amid free trade will never bo set tieduntil God settles it The question between the Hast and West which bigot ting hotter and hotter and looks toward a republic of the 1aeilic will not be settled until God settles it Wo needed God in time I120 years of our past na tional life and we will need him still in the next 120 years Lift up your heads ye everlasting gates of our glorious constitution and let the ling of Glory cone ink Hake ono line of that immortal document radium with omnipotence Spell at least one word with thrones At time beginning or at the close or in the center recognie him from whom as a na ion we have received nil the blessings of the past and upon whom wo are dependent for tho future Print that word God or Lord or Eternal Father or Ruler of Nations some where between the first word and the lat The Great lExpounder of the Constitution sleeps at Marshfleld Mass the Atlantic ocean still hum ming near his pillow of dust Its pro longed lullaby but Is there not some one now living who in the whlto minor ble palmate on yonder hill not ton minutes away will become time Irradiator of the constitution by causing to be added the most tremendous word of our English vocabulary the name of that Being before whom nil nations must how or go Into defeat and an nlhllatonGod Again before tho approaching ad 3journment of our American congress it ought to bon decidedly anti forever settled that no appropriations made to sectarian schools and that time court ship between church and Htato in thin country be forever broken up That quest ion sceinu already temporarily settled I wish It might ho completely and forever settled Alischools until institutions as well as all denomina tions should stand on tho same level before American law Emperor Alex ander of Russia at his Pcterhof palace asked mo how subtly denominations of religion there WIro In America l recited their names as well as I could 1 hen he asked mo the difference between them and there 1 broke down limit when I told him that no religious donomina lions in America had any prcyllcgcs could hardly un above tho others ho derstand it The Greek church first in Russia The Lutheran church first in Germany Tho Episcopal church first in England The Catholic church first in Rome The Mohammedanism first Tho wondered In Constantinople emperor how it was that all time denomi nations In America could stand on the Hut so it is and so letsame platform It ever be Let there be no preference partiality no attempt to help one no sect an Inch higher titan another Washington and Jefferson and all thettostatesmen of the past have liftedgreat their voice against any such tendency If a school or an institution can not a stand without the prop of national appropriation then lot that school or in stitution go down On the other side of the sea the world has had plenty of illustrations of church and state united Let us have nono of tho hypocrisy and demoralization born of that relation on this lido of the Atlantic Let that de nomination como out ahead that docs tho most for tho cause of God mind hu manity Men institution and religions getting what they achieve by their own right arm of usefulness and not by tho favoritism of government As you regard the welfare and perpetuity of our institutions keep politics out of religion Hut now that I am speaking of na tional affairs from n religious standpoint I bethink myself of tho fact that two other gavels will soon lift and fall the tutu ut SU Louis and tho other at Chicago and before those national con ventions adjourn I ask that they ac knowledge God in tho platforms The men who construct those platforms are hory this morning or will read these words Let no political party think it can do its duty unless It ac knowledges that God who built this continent mim revealed at the right time to tho discover and who has has reared hero a prosperity which hits been given to no other people Oh says sonic one thero are people In this country who do not believe in n God maid it would be an Insult to them Well there art people in this country who do nut believe in common decency oa common lion esty or any kindof govern ment preferring anarchy Your very platform is an insult to them You ought not to regard U tuna who dues not believe in God any moro than you should regard a nuts who refuses to believe In common decency Vour pocket book is not safe n moment in the presence of an atheist God is tho only source of good government 15Imynot then say so and let the chairman of the committee on resolu bus in your national conventions take a pen limitof ink and with hold hand head the document with one significant Where as acknowledging the goodness of God in tho past and begging Ills kind ness and protection for the future Why my friends this country belongs to God and we ought in every possible way to acknowledge it Front the moment that on an October morning in 14112 Columbus looked over the side of a ship nand saw the carved stair which made him think he was near an inhab ited country and saw also a thorn and a cluster of berries typo of our history ever since tho piercing sorrows and cluster of national joys until this hour our country has been bounded on the north south east nand west by the gtHdnvss of God The Huguenots took possession of the Carolinas in the name of God William Ponn settled Phila delphia in tho name of God Jho Hol landers took possession of New York in time name of mid Tho Pilgrim Fathers settled New lKnglund in tho namo of God Preceding the first gun of Hunker 11111 at the voice of prayer all heads uncovered In the war of 1HIU nn ofll cer carne to Gen Andrew lackson and said There is an unusual noise in the camp it ought to bo stopped lieu lackson said What is the noise Time officer said It is the voice of prayer anti praise Then the general said God forbid that prayer and praise should ho an unusual noise in till encampment Von had better go and join them Prayer at Valley Verge Prayer at Monmouth Prayer at Atlanta Prayer at South Mountain Prayer at Gettysburg Oh says some infidel tho northern people prayed on one side and tho southern people prayed on time other side aril so it did not amount to anything rind 1 have heard good Christian peoplo con founded with the infidel statement when it in as plain to me as my right Fund1es time northern people prayed in one way and the southern people prayed In another way nod moil answered in his own way giving to tho North tho re estnbllshmcnl of thu government and living to the South larger opportuni ties larger than she had ever antici pated the hnrnessingof For rivals in great manufacturing interests until the Mobile and the Tallupoota and the Chat tuhooclieo are Southern Merrimacs and the unrolling of great Southern minus of coal and iron of which tho world knew nothing and opening lw foro her opportunities of wealth which will give ninetynine1 per cent more of af fluence than she ever nosscsscd and in stead of the black hands of American slaves there mutt tho moro industrious black hands of tho coal and iron miners of the South which are achieving for her fabulous and unlmagined wealth And thoro are domes of white blossoms whoro spread tho whlto tents end there are plows In the track whore tho war wagons went And thero are songs whore they lifted up UachelH lament Oh you are a stupid man if you do not understand how God answered Abraham Lincolns prayer in tho whlto house and Stonewall Jacksons prayer in tho saddle and answered all the prayers of all tho cathedrals on both sides ofMnson and Dixon lino Gods country all tho way past Gods country nowPut his name in your pronun ciamcntos Pat his name on your en signs Put his name on your city and state and national enterprises Put his name in you hearts Wo can not sleep well tho last sleep until wo are assured that tho God of our American institutions in tho past will bo tho God of our American institutions In thou w days that arc to COM Oil whoa Ut tho rivers that empty MAtlutle factorybandlJfgold and silver and iron and coal shall be laid bare for tho nation wheu tho Inst swamp shall bo reclaimed and the last jungle cleared and tho last American dojcrt Eden Ired and from sea to sea iho conti nent shall bo occupied by moro than twelve hundred million souls may it bo found that moral and religious influ ences worn multiplied in moro rapid ratio than tho population And then thero shan bo four doxologies coming from north nail south and east and west four doxologies rolling toward each other and meeting midcontinent with such dash of holy joy that th y shall mount to tho Throne And Heavens high nrch rosound tpaln With peace on earth rood will to rasa I take n step further and say that before tho gavels of our senate not house of representatives and our politi cal conventions pound adjournment there ought to bo passed n law or adopted plank of Intelligent helpful noss for time great foreign populations which are coming among us It is too lato now to discuss whether wo had butter let them come They are hero They are coming this moment through tho Narrows They are this moment taking tho full inhalation of tho free air of America Ant they will continuo to come as long as this country is time best place to live in You might as well pass n law prohibiting summer hoes from alight ing on a field of blossoming buckwheat you might as well prohibit tho dings ot tho mountain from coming down to tho leer liclc ns to prohibit tho hango bitten nations of Europe from corning to this land of bread ns to prohibit thn people of England Ireland Scotland Italy Norway Sweden and Germany working themselves to death on small wages on time other side the sea from coming to this land where there are tho largest compensations under the sun Why did God spread out time prairies of tho Dakotas nod roll tho precious metal into Colorado It 1I that nil the earth might come anti plow and come and dig Just as long as lion centrifugal force of foreign des polisms throw them off just so long will tho centripetal force nf American Institutions draw them here And that Is what is going to make this tho mightiest nation on earth Intermar rying of nationalities Not cir do intermarrying circle anti nation intermarrying nation Hut it in going to be Italian and Norwegian Russian anti Celt Scotch and French English mind American The American of a hundred years from now is to bo different from the American of toIhlIGerman brain Irish wit ilty Scotch firmness English loyalty Italian aesthetics peeked into ono man and he nn American It Is this inter marriage of nationalities that is going to make the American nation tho great lat nation of the ages- NTERESTINQ ITEMS TWKSTY school children wore Injured by a runaway team in Milwaukee WIs one probably fatally NOT a dry well has been drilled in the Tennessee oil region 011 has been found in paying quantities in ovary well put down LOUIH LAUHOV n window cleaner at tho Old Colony building in Chicago forgot his safety jacket and loll fifteen stories to instant death Tin fire commissioners of New York city will send a team of firemen to England to represent that city at tho lousing tournament in London A MAimrK slab covered with Inscrip ions was unearthed near the railway station nt Itostdndjlk It hUH been given over to tho governor of Scutari IT has loon demonstrated that worn en prompters voices are moro distinct on tho stage and nro less audible in tho auditorium than mens voices FUANK LAJIIIOUN has brought suit against Policemen Ollno nod Jones and the city of Alliance for 85000 damages lie wits arrested for disorderly conduct and clubbed Miss N P SrunoKox daughter of till famous London preacher is on her WilY homo after a long rest at Santa Harbarn Cal whoro situ went to belle Ot her health F WELLINGTON RUCKBTUIIL huts re ceived nn important commission Ho is to design tho statue which is to bo rooted in llarrisburg Pa to tho late joy HartranftP- KTKII HAIKH a celebrated call grapher of tho time of Queen Elizabeth wrote tho whole of the Bible on n piecu of vellum which was so small that 1ft could bo hidden in tho shell of a henfi Bff Tin statue of EmU Angler tho Wrench dramatist which is the work of the Duchess dUzcs has been placed on its pedestal at Valence Franco but will not bo formally unrolled till Au rust THK now Connecticut forestry map shows that over onethird of tho states given up to woods Tho area of woodland has been increased by the growing up of what were once pasture lands PKiuETtJAL sunshine occurs on the emast of Peru where although it mayo misty occasionally tho bluo sky is always visible through this whitish veil Perpetual sunshine when tho suns above the horizon also exists in the Sahara tbo great desert of Afrit and in tho other rainless region of the earth 1 tit 11+ I n c L h COSTLY LUNCH Of AN OSTRtCti It Took a 8urxlct Operation te Net to rarso from lib Stomach n C Wallace a wealthy goutlcniaa from tho cast has been ranking a tour ot southern California during tho past winter and about a month ago came to title city A short time utter 11188rIY rival he went out to visit the ostrich farm and spent acvcrnl hours inspect lug the queer birds which seemed to interest him very much There was one big male ostrich In particular that i struck Wallaces fancy his plumage wa3 so beautiful and his carriage so grand After admiring and comment lug on tho big fellows many good points Wallace turned to get an orange from n bag which his wife was hold t ing thinking to present it to the os rich heeling something tugging at his pocket Wallace jumped around just in time to see his well fllled leather purse + slowly disappear Into tho birds month Wallace frankly confesses that he wns completely dazed for n moment but the case was n serous one and when the purse showed itself slowly sliding down making a big protuber nnce on tho side of the birds neck ho felt that tho time for netlon hml are rived Leaning over the board fc leo as far as ho could reach Wallace grabbed time bird about time throat and tried with all his might to choke his purse up but ono upward kick of tho big fellows hoof settled any further effort in that way Wallace wns almost willing to feel grateful for tho small favor of an unbroken arm but them wns money in the purse nail he could nut sco the ostrich making food of his worldly goods with impunity Menue while Mrs Wallace had called the keeper Icy this time the purse had made the passage and was no doubt comfortably stored away in the birds stomach 11Igostloni said I the keeper Wns there much money in the purse My lord manta theres thousands in it besides Funds notes etc ex claimed Wallace Can nothing bo done int unless you buy the bird kill nnsweredIthe keeper Great Scott I dont want nn ostrich dead or alive but name your figure said Wallace The keeper told him the bird was worth 50- 0Pretty costly but theres ten times that amount inside him and I guess this will be ono time when it will pay to kill the goose for the golden egg The bargain wits almost struck but ut Mm Wallaces suggestion it was de cided to get a surgeon to como out from the city raid operate on the bird and try to extract the purse without killing him outright This plan was immediately anted upon the operation being performed hone of our young surgeons and resulting most happily The purse wns found Intact with its valuable contents unhurt In three weeks tho ostrich entirely recovered so Unit Wallace hind merely to pay tho surgeons fee and n slight bonus to tho 1 keeper who in turn presented Mrs Wallace with n fine plume from tho bird which cane very near costing her husband so dear Los Angeles Cor 41ttilndelphinCHANGES IN THE BRAIN 3o Tenors Cnrrlr the Name Ccllulur Condition Through Lute The wonderful changes which time human brain undergoes from the moment when it first appears in the em bryo until it becomes the perfect labor atory of thought characteristic to time matured human being has been com mentMl upon by several of the lendfbig writers on biology physiology eto During these nuecessfjil changes or rather trniiKfonnatlons from the lower to the higher sphere the human brain not only takes upon itself the general shape mind forum of the brains of vurloua leprcMentntlvftH of tho lower classes jf animuH limit appears to have the sumo ftructunil constituents at least to a certain degree Thus it has been fount tint the original germ of the brain as it appears In the human embryo limos the exec outlines of a serpents thought factory After that the changes which tine place while the brain tla unsmiling the various shades which I must undergo before It becomes per feet give It a decided resemblance to tho brains of fishes birds and mam mlfcroui animals hems Thoughts on the Structure of time Human Bruin and Wilsons IAn atomy of the Human Body both men tion these queer transformations ail does also laugh Miller in his famous work Testimony of the Rocks Miller puts it in this Vnlilt lens long been known tint the human brain IIn built up by n wonderful process during which It assumes in succession the form ot the brain of a scpycnt n fish a bird and lastly before It assumes the char acteristic liuiaim form It takes upon Itself the outline of n mnmmlfcrou quac1 rupeds bran Hence the remark made by scientific writers that Teen- Is the sum total of all anlmulsH84 Louis Itcpobllo There ar4 over 3000 public UlMil with over 3000 volumes each 1s ikk countrjv containing ea iigipNiffife qt 60000006 Looks 1M fi+ tttiUtJgigrown nipWly mM1rwlfiq4 idpi 11 tt t1rI1II rllWW 0- IC 0 t J L II iv f tIif i 11 t I I e P ME HERALD Y nil ttHMGEK OOOfD litte- rau E I11IGIT Easiness Mtflager sal AsMClatt Eilter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 11189C ANNOUNCEMENT yon CONGRESS We are authorized to announce W Ia BECKNER of Clark county ns n cnmlldnt for CongrcM from the Tenth district tint I Ject to the action of the Democratic part yon CIRCUIT CLERK V = We are authorized to announce CHAS T t BYRD of Campton as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk for Woll t county subject to the action of the Demo cratie party f CAIH18LEB GHOST FEB 2 1878 TilE coxer RACY WHICH SEEMS TO LEAVE BEES t r FORMED HERE AND IK EUnOIETO OE 8TROY BY LEGISLATION AND OTHERWIB FROM TIIREEBBVENTH8 TO ONE IAi THE METALLIC MONEY OF Tin WOUlD 13 TIn MOST OIOAXTIC OF THIS OR ANOTHER AOE TilE COS8U lfA nON OF BUCH A SCHEME WOULD ULT MATELY ENTAIL MORE MISERY UJOS TilE HUNAN RACE TITAN ALL THE WARS PESTILENCE AND FAMINE THAT EER OCCURRED IN Tin HISTORY OF Tin WORLD JOHN G CARLISLE A CARD To TilE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF TilE TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT I am n candidate for Congress fron this district I am for the free and un limited coinage of silver at the ratio ol 16 to 1 regardless of international interference and believe that the Dcmocratit party can win on that issue The limited time between now and the time ol holding the district convention and mj limited finances will preclude the poi bUlLy of my making an active canvass hence I appeal to tho Free Sliver Dem ocrata throughout the district to give c me their support and suffrage and prom Iso them that should I be HO fortunate ns to receive the nomination followed by an election I will in all things haven watchful eye for the interests of the pjoplo of my district attend strictly and soberly to the duties of the position and mnko every cflbrt in my power to prove jJr n faithful servant of my people in better ing their condition mid developing tho resources of Eastern Kentucky My record of eleven years during which I have labored faithfully is as an open book printed in clear type and upon it I go before the people Hoping I may secure your influence and support I atn Your obedient servant SPENCER COOPER ItoiBK of Iowa will bring out the boys from alt sections to support the free Hllver Democratic national ticket THE Democratic national ticket on a free llvor platform will sweep the coun try from Maine to California and Major McKinley and his Republican following will be retired to tho shades of oblivion IN Tin Democratic etato convention held at Stnuntnn Va last week the sil ver men proved to bo masters of the situation and every district in the state elected silver delegates to the Chicago convention except tho second district A strong free sit vcr platform was adopted EVERY Democrat iiuAVofo county vuo can possibly do BopHoulu attend the convention nt Campton on Saturday the 18th inst to choose delegates to tho district convention at Realty villo on tho 18th That tho free silver mot are very largely in tho majority is a fact undis putqd and they should see that they have proper representation BOISE ef Iowa and Blackburn of Kentucky havo been mentioned as tho probable candidates for president and vicoprcflidcnt on the Democratic ticket and it is quite probable that tho National Democratic convention will choose them aa its standard bearers Such a ticket would insure tbo state of Town and other north western states to the Democrats silt tbo solfc soutb and west would without BfwJlriJJ jucstipu rally to the support of I I s 4 L I SEVERAL weeks since THEHERALI predicted an overwhelming majority fo free silver in the state convention and how wnll that prophecy was fulfilled iis peen in the action of the convention at Lexington last week It also predicts a like result at tho national convention the truth of which will be verified in the action of the convention at Chicago on the 7th of July proximo COL JOHN R ALLEN a recognize sound money lender of Lexington threw a boomerang nto the camp of the bolter who named him as a delegate at their meeting by addressing an open letter to 8 G Sharp in which he says 1 participated in the regular convention voted on every question put and am satisfied that the sound money mri were clearly in the minority I consider myself bound by the action of the ma jority of tho party assembled and mus decline to act as delegate from any othc convention ZION JOHN W HANOLEY Republics candidate for the nomination for congress from this district was in tows Monday shaking hands with his friend and making new acquaintances Mr Langley has very thoroughly canvasseti the district and thinks his chances foi nomination at the Beattyville conven tion quite good In the meantime 1m opponent lion W J Scltz of Wcsl Liberty is also making an active can vase and speaking at many points The chances now are that the latter bas the call and is likely to capture the noininn tion and lead the forlorn hope THE total number of delegates to tbi Chicago convention is 910 and with a view of ascertaining the financial com plexion of the several delegations the New York Herald hns polled the states liiiHcd upon the action of conventions that nave been held and estimates touch ing those to be held the Heralds figures nre For silver 003 for gold 373 doubtful 34 These figures show an over whelming majority for silver but accord ing to another estimate made by Chair man Harrity and some of the members of the Democratic national committee published by the Herald the gold men have a fighting chance the summaries of which aro as follows For gold 387 j for silver 127 doubtful 92 JUDO W M BECKNER candidate for the Democratic nomination for congress from this district was in our town Mon tiny shaking hands with his constituents and discussing the situation Since the convention ot Lexington Judge Beckner tins announced that he is in thorough accord with the action of the state con vention and ho thinks tho national convention will also adopt a free silver platform Ho is a little late in enunci ating his views on the financial situation Lint all who know him will give him credit for being honest in the avowal if accord nevertheless Ho thinks the Democratic party can win on a free lilver platform ninth will lend his aid tot success in the November election whether he be the nominee for congress or not This in Democracy of the right rind and it is to be hoped that every Democrat in the district will prove to be nil loyal as is the Judge More 0 Curative power is contained in Hoods arxaparilla than in nay other similar reparation It costs the proprietor and nanufacturcr more Tt costs the jobber more and is worth more to the consumer Uoro skill in required in its preparation und it combines more remedial qualities unit any other medicine Consequently It has a record of more cures anti its ales are more than those of any other iropnrntion Hodda Sarsaparilln iis the Test medicine to buy because it is an lonest medicine and thousands of teali nonialrt Provo that it does actually and ormanoutly euro disease Deafness Cannot Bo Curod ly local applications as they cannot each tho diseased portion of tho ear here is only one way to euro deafness nth that is by constitutional remedies eafnrsH is caused by an inflamed con itioii of tho Eustachian Tube When thil tube is inflamed you have n rum ling sound or imperfect hearing anti whon it is entirely closed deafness is the i i rr5ultnnd unless the inflammation can i uo taken out and this tube restored its normal condition hearing will toII estroycd forever j nine cases out of tC1I1 lire causec by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of tho mucous ufncos Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any cave of deafness cawed by cn- tnrrh that cannot bo cured by Halls iiturrh Curo EVnd for circiilrro free F J CHENEY 00 To du o- rerntrr hy driiLPyisls 111 f c F Rich RedBlood Is absolutely essential to health It Is secured easily and naturally b1 taking Hoods Sarsaparilla but Ila im possible to get It from socalled ncrr tonics and opiate compounds absurdly advertised asU blood purl tiers They havo temporary sleeping effect but do not CURE To have pur BloodA- ndgood health tako Hoods Sarenparllla which has first last and all the time been advertised as Just what it isthb- est medicine for the blood over pro duced Its success in curing Scrofula Salt Rheum Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Nervous Prostration and That Tired Feeling have made HoodsSarsaparillaThe One True Blood Purifier All druggists tl reHoodsMORGAN COUNTY Casey Call1ll1l Wheat cutting has begun on Caney but it in not more than half n crop Born to wife of G Ratlin the 3d i8 bouncing girl also on the Otb to the wife of Alfaed Allen a boy and to th wife of David Lykinn a girl Died on White Oak last week Uncle John Vance He was one of the oldest and best citizens in Morgan county Hi leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss The Methodist quarterly meeting wai held at forks of Caney last Fridry Sat unlay and Sunday The brat of orde prevailed and Bro Went delivered at able sermon Oliver Burns and wife Newton Womack and a Mr Sartain wen among the visitors from West Liberty Caney was visited by a regular cloudburst lust Wednesday It almost washed away everything before it Farmer who hall just worked their corn had iit cleaned off the ground T T Wells hns a field in which he thinks there is not half standing and soil nearly till gone on Grassy it was an awful sight It washedofralltime lumber logs from An deraon Ayers sawmill It also washer off his stable Isis wife went out during the storm to see about some hogs ant come very near being drowned She was holding on to a small bush and her husband got to her with a horse just in dint to keep her from being washedaway June 9 NED Maytown Missiles News of any interest in scarce here Fine rains and everything looks pros porous Mrs J D Henry and Mnf J H Cecil and children of Ezelare visiting in town Miss Dorn Grain of the Clifty neigh borhood was visiting friends at Jacksor last week Mrs E11 lInyand children of Mt Sterling accompanied by Mr U E May fire visiting homo folks this week Alex Patrick and 0 A Sample have rented of Widow J C Swango GO acres if grass near town and are grazing soon good cattle Mr Jioartlman representing the gro eery house of A Braun Mt Sterling iill in town interviewing our merchants 1I icIU em too Bro Adams and wife of West Liberty lave been among friends and relative I in this and the Greasy neighborhood or the hist week Uncle Jones lira preached almost every day and night lad always has a crowded house Juno S WIXOLKSS A course of Hoods Sarsaparilla this spring may ho the menus of keeping you veil and hearty alll tummer = c = = IMOST IN QUANTITV BEST IN QU- ALITYWHS IIIWfaTES CREAM FOJCE i t FOR 20 YEARS Hoo lod all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED OOil JJX ALT DTCUO- aiBTOrlrf orMt Lr II 0 ST rons Ii E ntrrittiWIIFtj2Iiastln trace tlelu JI17ftcIAIJ le ranelterleu n ilarrtiic mlfIcu or itbinra mCL d d area scneral hciilih and IxauttflM o carleiloii Phy cliit acil sect tm ladles indorro IL ll urtm is curta PATIEWTS TREAYEO SY MAIL scflTv rr paplculsrn iujdrwrs rHh tfftnp Jn fnrl1r art nnrI1o ILl tin eJII r3wtueWturirrabrMinilIai till GREATEST CLOTHING SALH LX THE HISTORY OF THE TRADE f COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4tiAnd Continuing Until Closed Out are The B Largest 8 and 8 Best 8 Stock 8 of 8 Clothing sin s Kentucky VALVEncREGARDLESS OF REGARDLESS OF COSTREGARDLESS OF PRICE j We do not care what prices competitors name we will take 25 percent off of same goods In our stock wo have Fifteen Hundred Suit putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR SYRSU TIIWhenSuits sewed with silk thread and new fresh goods at 700 per suit color guaranteed This IS A OOnGEB Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale which sold at 490 and worth 10 and 12 at 309 Pants at 50 cents 75 cent and 1 worth 150 2 and 8 One Hundred pair Pants fine wool cassimore at 2 worth 5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices Lu1s J Gus Bipens LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON ppflUn PUllS IfY i SE IAVIS0 PRACTICALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 1ITE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING u FARM nnd ROAD WAG 1 UU use the Best Material nnd Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our pried Iand when you need anything of the kind give me your order ratrouia Homo People got only Honest Work and be Happy aIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT mlIemploy only skilled labor every man being nu artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited 1 = 1 PIEBATT i Q LIVERY AND FEED STABLt HAZEL GREEN KY I H F PIERATT Proprietor I i 3TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSJ f t Special care taken of foams for Comm V- ciaI Trnvolors Parties convoyed to any noS rt uii liberal terms Patronage of thin public- v 11 Bpoctfully solicited H F PILRA9 tter iT TRI T E GREAT BJ SCHOOL CC d dIr r VwE11iIIbi If V IYXYI Jt M Y 1 istGJiz1itf M P I UlfrRECOHaEDED rrt THC lEA DinG GISlICSS + A Dcfjf THE COWflRY MtfTICN1jURJ6to qTlilCtEA oUR IAJIkE G1rl lrSCtl l Y1t J r e ii 1i r r n II 51 u Ill r J t I z THE HERALD KlTOEfc OOOni Lifter CIA E HABIOHT Business Manager aid AsiMittt EilterI r HAZEL GREEN K- YTHURSDAYJuno 11 l89Gjj ANNOUNCEMENT FOR CON011KS8 We nro authorized to announce W M BECKNER of Clark county am cnndldnti y for Congress from the Tenth district sub jest to tho action of the Democratic party i FOR CIRCUIT CLERK We are authorized to announce CHAS T BYRD of Campton M a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party If CAIlLlSMiH C1IIOBT FEB 2 1878 TUB CONBII RACY WHICH SEEMS TO HAVE HEK a FomlED HERE ANn IN KUKOlKTO DK 8T110Y HY JE1I8IATION AND OTHKUWIBI FROM TlinEEBBVKSTHS TO ONE IIALI TIIHMKTALMC MONEY 0V THE WOULD 18 THE MOBT GIGANTIC Of TillS Oil ANY OTHER AOE TllRCONBUMMA TION OF BUCH A SCHEME WOULD ULTI MATELY ENTAIL MOKE MISERY WO TIlE HUMAN RACE THAN ALL THE WAilS PESTILENCE AND FAMINE THAT EVE1 OCCURRED IN TIlE 1II8TORY OK Till WORLD JOHN 0 CARLISLE A CARD To TILE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OK TILL TENTH CONOREBBIONAL DISTRICT I am n candidate for Congress from this district I am for the free and tine limited coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to I regardless of International inter ference and believe that the Democratic party can win on that issue The limit ed limo between now and the time of holding tho district convention and my limited finances will preclude the possi bility of my making an active canvass Hence I appeal to the Free Silver Dem ocrats throughout tho district to give mo their support and suffrage and prom ise them that should I be HO fortunate I RS to receive tho nomination followed bynn election I will in all things havcII n watchful eye for the interests of thoI people of my district attend strictly nnde soberly to the duties of the position ndII mrko every cflort in my power to II roveI u faithful servant of my people in better I ing their condition and developing tho I resources of Kastcrn Kentucky My record of eleven years during which I have labored faithfully is as an openII hook printed in clear typo and upon ItII I go before the people Hoping I may secure your influence and support I am Your obedient IervantISPENCER COOPER ItoltiE of Iowa will bring out the boys from all sections to support tho free silver Democratic national ticket I I THE Democratic national ticket on nII free ilvor platform will sweep the coun try from Maine to California and Major McKmlcy and his Itopublican following will bo retired to tho similes of oblivionII IN THE Democratic state convention held at Stnuntnn Vn last week tho sil I ver men proved to bo masters of the 1 situation and every district in tho state 1 elected silver delegates to thy Chicago I convention except tho second district I A strong free nil ver platform was adopted EVERY Democrat lu Wolfo county vho can possibly do Bojuoiild attend the convention at Compton on Saturday tho 18th inst to choose delegates to thoI district convention at Ucatty villo on the 18th That tho free silver men are orc largely in tho majority Ila a fact undis putedand they should seo that thett hays proper representation POISE of Iowa and Blackburn of II Kentucky have been mentioned tho I probable candidates for president a- ndL tilco president on tho Democratic ticket and it ia quite probable that tho National 1 Democratic convention will chooso then s- na its standard bearers Such a ticket would insure tho state of Town and other northwestern states to tho Democrats and tho solWjBouth awl west would ITllI 1z- e SEVERAL weeks since THEHERAL predicted an overwhelming majority for free silver in the slats convention and how well that prophecy was fulfilled 18 ecn in tho action of the convention nt Lexington last week It also predicts a like result at tho national convention the truth of which will be verified in the action of the convention at Chicago on the 7th of July proximo Cores JOHN R ALLEN a recognized sound money lender of Lexington throw a boomerang nto the camp of the bo1tcr who named him as n delegate at thclr meeting by addressing an open letter Ito 130 Sharp in which he says III participated in tho regular convey tinn voted on every question put and am satisfied that tho sound money mCn were clearly in the minority I con lder myself bound by thC action of the mn tho party assembled and mUllt decline to net as delegate from any other convention HON JOHN W LANOLEY Republica candidate for tho nomination for coi gress from this district was in town Monday shaking hands with his friends and making new acquaintances Mr Langley has very thoroughly canvasse the district and thinks his chances for nomination at the Beattyvillo convey tine quite good In the meantime his opponent lion W J Seitr of West Liberty is also making an active cat ram and speaking at many points The chances new are that tho latter has tho call and is likely to capture the notnin thin and lead the forlorn hope THE total number of delegates to the Chicago convention is 910 and with R view of ascertaining the financial com ptcxinn of tho several delegations the New York Herald has polled tho Htatct Hailed upon the action of convention that nave been held and estimates touching those to be held the Heralds figure sire For silver 603 for gold J78 doubt ful 34 Theo figures show an over whelming majority for silver butaccord hug to another estimate made by Chair man Harrity nail some of the member of the Democratic national committee published by tho Herald tho gold mon have a fighting chance the summarici of which are as follows For gold 387 for silver 127 doubtful 12 JUDGE W M UECKNER candidate for the Democratic nomination for emigres from this district was in our town Mon Flay shaking hnnds with hie constituents nnd discussing the situation Since tho convention ot Lexington Judge Hcckne lias announced that he is in thorough accord with the action of the state con mention and ho thinks tho national onventon will also adopt n free silver platform Ho is n little late in munch iting Isis views on the financial situation hut all who know him will give pins credit for being honest in the avowal of accord nevertheless Ho thinks tin Democratic party earl win on n free ill ver platform and will lend his aid to th success in tho November election whether ho be the nominee for congress ir not This in Democracy of the right kind and it is to bo hoped that every Democrat in the district will prove to be is loyal as is the Judge More curative power is contained in Hoods arsaparillu than in any other similar ircpiiratiou It costs tho proprietor and nanufacturcr more It costs the jobber nore and is worth more to the consumer lore skill is required in its preparation und it combines more remedial qualities ban any other medicine Consequently It has a record of moro cures and its ales are more than those of anyother reparation Hoods Sarsaparilla is the bellt medicine to buy because it is an Chest medicine and thousands of tcsti lonials prove that it duce actually anti lormauontly euro disease Deafness Cannot Do Curod y local applications as they cannot rCnch tho diseased portion of the ear lhcrc is only one way to cure deafness IUllt that is by constitutional remedies eafncsH is caused by an inflamed con ition of tho Eustncluan Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rum hllllg Bound or imperfect hearing Iudl lhelrrsulti ho takes out and this tube restored to- Its normal condition hearing will bo I jstroycd forever niiio gases out of tenI nre caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous rfncos We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by en turh that cannot be cured by Halls Cntllrrh Cure OdlIr drotihro i free F1 CHENEY R 0Io do 0 r6 nhl by Ih ngiri 7hr I Rich RedBlood ia absolutely essential to health It is secured easily and naturally b1 taking Hoods Barsaparllla but Is 1m possible to get it fromBOcalledncrvi tonics and opiate compounds ab nurdly advertised asII blood purl tiers They have temporary sleeping effect but do not CURE To have putt BloodAn- dgood health take Hoods Barsaparllla which has first last and all the time been advertised as Just what it Isthe best medicine for the blood over pro duced Its success in curing Scrofula Salt Rheum Rheumatism Catarrh Dyspepsia Nervous Prostration and That Tired Feeling have madeI HoodSarsaparilla I The One True lllood Purifier All druggists h rOoHoodMORGAN COUNTY Carey cums Whcnt cutting IIIIH begun on Cancy but it is not more than half n crop Horn to wife of G Ratlin the 81r bouncing girl j also on the Oth to the wife of Mined Allen n boy and to the wife of David Lykinx a girl Died on White Oak last week Uncle John Vance He was one of the oldest and best citizens in Morgan county lIe leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss The Methodist quarterly meeting was heldat forks of Caney last Fridry Sat urday and Sunday The best of order prevailed and Bro West delivered an able sermon Oliver Burns and wife Newton Womnck rind n Mr Sartain were unong the visitors from West Liberty Caney was visited by n regular cloudburst last Wednesday It almost washed jwny everything before It Farmers mho lied just worked their corn had it leaned off time ground J1 Wells has ni field in which he thinks there in not lalf standing and soil nearly all gone all Grassy it was an awful sight It vasllc1oflalltile lumber logs from An lerson Ayers sawmill It also washed off his stable Ills wife went out during the storm to see about some hogs and tamo very near being drowned She was holdingi on to n small bush and her urns land got to her with n horse just in time to keep her from being washed away Juno 9 NEIL Maytown Missiles News of any interest is scarce here Fine rains nand everything looks pros serous Mrs J IX Henry and Mnf J II Cecil IInd children of Kzel arc visiting in own Miss Dorn Cramof the Clifty neigh orhood was visiting friends at Jackson net week Mrs K 1J May and children of Mt Sterling accompanied by Mr1 It R May lire visiting home folks this week Alex Patrick and 0 A Sample have anted of Widow J C Swango GO acres of grass near town and are grazing source good cattle Mr Hoardman representing the gro cry house of A Mauna Mt Sterling ill- ill town interviewing our merchants He 1101111 em too Uro Adams and wife of West Liberiy 1110 been among friends and relatives in this and the Greasy neighborhoods for the last week Uncle Joncn law reached almost every day and night nnd always has n crowded house Juno S WIXOMSSS A course of Hoods Snrsaparilla this spring may ho the menus of keeping you ell und hearty allll tumincr rrwrrrra rosMwn =wae ww OST IN QUANTITY BEST IM QUALITY I WORMS WHITES GRE VERM g FUSEFOR 20 YEARS Has lad all WORM RomodlosE- tfERYi BOTTLE GUARANTEED OOID 3Y AM PUUGCIBTO i 1rpurd by nrrmdnnsnx lIlIIlil e co RT roru t i Q tiCDUCED FATrU i tINWIMo2 11I Ie i f 1 IrmIoli t tnlttt lr rac nc IIliff rhyntclw of 30 Ture cxiAtliiioe J t starrtnc ircrlnSiiire or biiiUneM i Im LnnagenuralhesiU anal beaming 8 oitaploxlou Ihif luie ami costal Iritlea Imlniro IL lhUIIIUIU cured PATIEWTS TREATED EY MAIL cenn njt FT panlcuiarr ixMrsw Tilt wam- pPI aTlln 11i l ri HHii0IUt tJh rVDD rWIiI l irn tt VOttKUK GREATEST 1LOTHININ SALHI OF THE TRADE COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 Z And Continuing Until Closed Out The 8 Largest 8 and 8 Best 8 stock B of 3 Clothing sin a Kentuckyi REGARDLESS OF VALUE x REGARDLESS OF COST REGARDLESS OF PRICE eJ We do not cnre what prices competitors nnmo we will tnko 25 pet cent off of same goods III our stock wo have Fiftoen Hundred Suite putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 750 YMWhenI Suits sewed with silk thread and now fresh goods at 700 per suit color guaranteed This IS A OHIO u Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our Inst sale which sold at 199and worth 10 and 12 at 309 Punts at 50 cents 75 cents and 1 worth 150 2 and 8 One Hundred pair Pants fine wool cassimoro at 2 worth 5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices Lous a Gus SliPBUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON Jlp rmpDDDIQ KY iZcJ D VIS0 PRACTICALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY W IEI IX THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT mlemploy only skilled labor every mUll being an artist in his specialty vour work is respectfully solicited PJATTStLIVERY AND FEED STABL 1HAZEL GREEN KY IH F PIERATT Proprietor C3TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSl Spocinl taro taken of foams for Comn cinl Travelers Parties convoyed to any t 0jj on liberal terms Patronage of the publto7f spoctfully solicited II F PIERAT 4 Ef ffT B J IG SCHOOL TSOUT- HsQ 7 dlId M P 1 vVZi HV I xCw oi bvw w r 1 ifflh1d M1 7 id ttcomDED nY THE lEA DIHG DLS1RESfe YI THE COUITAY M NTIOjJIJRSW AOoUStdTTdCt foVmJIkEIWtJJ e ffJCllt tr6l- r r L r a a- U t ItJC THE FARMING WORLD GRAPES IN SUMMER Blat for Tlioto Who llava Hut a Few Vine to Care For Almost nil the treatises en the prac tical cultivation of the grape are in tended for large vineyards where the grape is cultivated for market purposes olone The amateur gardener who has but M few dozen grapevines to care for can get very little profit from these rules For the benefit of the amateur we maysay that the best time for pruning his grapes will be the spring and summer months He should have clear idea us to the number ofIa branches filth which ones he needs toI leave grow for fruiting the following season and soon after growth has commenced the weaker shoots that he does not need for fruiting the following season should be taken out All the vital power of the plants will then go j into the brunches that ore left They will be strong and healthy and bear fine grapes the following season Another point to bo attended to is that in the limited room of the amateurs garden it is desirable to keep the fruiting branches as low to the ground as possible and every effort should be made to make them strong In the summer pruning or rather pinching out of these branches it will lie found that the upper shoots are the strongest and tit lower ones the weaker If it IKI desira ble to hove the branches low toward the ground the upper brunch although strong should be pinched luck This will throw the strength of the plant into the weaker branched and make them UK strong us if they pushed out from the upper portions of the plant l Ills impossible to teach this in the few l words of a paragraph Much can be learned from actual trials ant if the amateur grower with little experience In grapegrowing and with this para graph before him will experiment with a single vine for one year he will learn more from actual observation than he could by studying u whole look on t grope culture for a weekMeehiuts MonthlyI t GARDEN IMPLEMENT Kcufllo Hun Tlmt Will DiHtroy UontK of Sprout IMC woods i uuCirun garden rows will destroy hosts of sprouting weeds particularly if tliusun is shininghright iyI at the tint It is easily made of a hit of old saw blade and two strips of half 4round iron Where the strips of iron curve under the frame to form the shoe by which the blade may be raised or lowered the iron should he mnde wider than elsewhere so that the shoes will not readily sink into the soil Lowering or raising the handle will raise or lower the blade which should have a sharp edge to slide easily under the surface of the ground Many cultivators I do not fully realize tit immense advantage of keeping the ground In a louse condition In this way number less weeds are ilestrovcd and of more importance perhaps than all the loose soil lets III the air and sunshine which nre of the highest importance in plant r growth In Held crops recourse must be hind to a horse cultivator but in the ease of a garden the senile hot that is here figured will serve very effectively Orange Tudd furrier Inlluciicn of Food on Milk That the food mid water dairy cows take have direct influence on milk and butter there is no doubt mead I am of the opinion that many cases of pad Latter url attributed to tlC mismanage ment of the dairymaid that ought to be put down to kid management in the liPtotrhnnixS but there is sometimes great carelesuness or ignorance displayed out Me the dairy There neinlscattJe breed ng specially for dairying and more are is require in feeding in this last Connection a leaf might well be taken ut of the book of the Channel Island klry farmers Hurnl World Ntovi r JN u Irolllulilc IooiL Corn huts IKCJI KO lung grown just for Is grain that it is hard to milie tout neluUfl of Its value lies in the stover hicli is too often left standing in the- M If we expect to ilnd this about valuable ns timothy hay we must te it the same cure otherwise it will Ollie dry and unpalatable and thereI- I be a great loss of material Homo ogle deny this but they urc the ones 10 fiud that stock will not eat the ledwoody weatherbeaten stuff nee they denounce corn fodder as an Profitable food Yet these HUiuapeo would not look for much value fu- rwhich loud been subjected to a slml course oCurglcct1 Y World iItl uot2llnnL ltd the SifIJtn One- C tree evui Inrv9 Jlj gar will spoil n good portion of it J sYcc1nndrought R FOR FEEDING CALVES A Little Device That Rave Considerable Trouble and Annoyance Whoever has undertaken to lift a pall occupJcdlJytunate experience how dlfflculta matter upsetbycan be set in place for them to drink The cut shows a better way A door Id I I cut in the side of the pen just cIj I enough for the calf to get his hentlj through The door is kept closed and I pallIRpen indicated time little door opened lord time calf allowed to eat Such little devices I save much trouble and take but n few operatlonNYIrlbuac I YIrlbuacBAD ROADS EXPENSIVE IntercHlliiK StimINtIes Kurnlticil lij the Dupirrimiit of AJrh ult completed The department an Inteiesting of urlII relating to time use of the common roads I of the United States Returns nave been received fom about lOO countiesI I showing the average length of haul from farms to markets or shipping j points to be 12 miles the average weight of load for two horses 11002 i I pounds 11111 the average cost per ton per stile 25 cents or a for the entire lurid Kst limiting the farm products at I 219824227 tons in weight and milking bIji tttinuites on other articles carried overt he public roads it is calculated tbut thuI aggregate expense of this transporta tion III the Lnited States is Ul1041lfifir if per annum Reports hove been asked 11Iofj toads are good so as to render possible u calculation vrhieh will show how I hucllIIIIIIHever upon information in the office of road inquiry taunting the loss of time in reaching markets the enforced idle ness and the wear and tear of live stock and hauling machinery caused by poor roads that twothirds of the cost might be saved by an Improvements of roads CrnbtrceVt Knrmer thtI THE CARE OF CATTLEI SuiiNhliMt III StaltlvN IN the Wnmt 1nomj ur Vubereulusls- lime worst enemyof tuberculosis Is sunshine and the average cow stable is an ideal place for the spread of this dis i ruse because it lurks the means of let i ting in the light Probably ninetenths of the stables have been constructed with u view to time easy handling of the manure This hums been the chief aim i I I and convenience in feeding and the I comfort of the cows has too often keen lust sight of It is well enough to get Ihe manure out of the stumble with as I little work as possible limit it would bu more profitable if better cure was taken of It than Is usually the case Owing to the location of some stables it is impossible to get much sunlight in them but in the greater number of burns where the cows stand in a row next to the slue it would be an easy matter to put in a few windows One window for every two cows should 1mII the rule land they may be swung to throw the manure out of them if necessary If the suns can shine directly on time cows so much the better Prac tied Dairyman To Prevent Iotato tirnu Take 2 ounces corrosive sublimate to each 15 gallons of water using an earthen dish Dissolve the poison in a small amount of water using an earth enware dish It will dissolve faster if powdered Add this solution to the re mainder of the water In a wooden cask or barrel If only a few potatoes are treated u gins or earthenwcar vessel may be used but a vessel of iron tin or copper should never be taken Let the potatoes remain In the solution Ij hours Take out the potatoes and put In another lot The same solution ninny be used over timid over In replenishing use the original strength and do not pour in pure water Cut the potatoes when convenient lull plant ns usual Corrosive sublimate is n deadly poison and must he used with caution Farm and Home toots of TruiiipUntnl IMimU The roots of transplanted plants need careful attention Too much moisture and too much dryness must be equally noldcd H Is weUknown that some plants suffer if their roots are allowed to get dry Hut we have known of Casts when the attempts to prevent foo much drying outtidtulutntereti Tnllnli 1JotnPo1s11lru being l of stro vbpr lilnntfJ rtItl N Ittcrd scvbci t Ys nail ached iiproycd1 t tho estcd y i tnroots long Imerafonkarmers leffew T FOR COUNTRYS SAKE An Indian Fighter Suffers Agonies from Disoaso 110 We In the Rattle with the Apache When Oeronlmo Was Captured VltyWorn life on the frontier and poisoned by tho continual drinlUng of alkali water Joseph Flcgauf returned to Philadelphia eight yearn ago broken down In health and unable to do any work Ho had served five years with tho Ninth United States Infantry In many a desperate fight with the Indians In Arizona and other frontier States and had won an enviable record In the llcrco conflict when Geron I Imo tho famous chief of the Apaches was captured Mr Flcgnnf was among the bravo soldiers who forgetful of everything but duty charged upon the hostile Indians Life on time plains sent to an untimely n death many soldiers who wero uocrtouched by a redskins bullet or arrow and Mr Klc i gnuf camo near such n fate ns that A long time before his time was out ho was taken seriously ill but ho stuck to Ills post until pn honorable discharge was finally given to mm When ho reached Philadelphia tho Indian fighter was scarcely more than skin ant threoweeksholnvdesperatevly stomach foil ns If it End dried up These bloodyIfiovc PlegnufIernl physicians Those did not agree some culling nix disease catarrh of the stomach and others chronic dlurrhrra In speaking to a reporter nboirl his Illness Mr Megan said thin doctors helped him but with nil the money ho spent for advice i and medicine he was able to work only a small part of tho time Sluice moving to present home No 517 West ortecIStreet In New York about a Ihl8 Flcgauf has boon so 111 that his voice hearing almost left him Then all medicines failed and the sick man hud little hope of recovery At this forIguuf and almost as u last hope he bewail taking thorn wasIonce 1lrIIJrIUlf reporter Iuulld before I had taken n box I l cgan to relish Three boxes retain mime so much better thnt I begun work mid have been able tokcepnt It tlllt for live months I Dr Williams1 Pink Pills for Palo People are not n patent medicine in tho sense that name implies They were tlrst compounded as a proscription and used ns such in Iron eral practice by an eminent physician So great was their elllcaey Unit it was doomed wise to place them within tho reach of mill Tliov mire now manufactured by tho Dr Williams Medicine Company Schenectady loosoItin aro cautioned against numerous imita tiers sold in this shape atMJ ccntsu box or six boxes for u and may lit had of all VII11Inmll ITile REASON or Iris your daughter going luto the country for her health It no Purely for art thin wishes to lxxumoLtmazedllhtroltFree Pros IIIIAT expands andcold contracts but there are exceptions Coal end gas hills are larger in winter then In summer Nor rlalown Herald p The Slcnlllrunce of n lrlY Overcoat Upon tho tongue yellownest of tho skin andI eyeballs nausea and uneasiness bc noath lime right ribs and shoulder blude Is that the victim of these discomfortsIs bll thus Tho proper caper under such clr cumstiinccs is to take Hostellers Stomach Bitters which also cures chills mind fever constipation dyspepsia rheumatic und kid ncy complaint and nervousness IIA curries under his hat a private theater wherein a greater drama is acted than Iis over performed on tho mimic slngo beginning and ending in eternity Carlylo To IIAVI a respect for ourselves guides morals and to have u dllerllIlU for lour governs our maunurs Htenc c danngin ought to boWll Aigcr- Hicnrs do not exhilarate us so touch with their phsso sinn as thoy tormco us with their loss Gregory Btrpsnnxrss Is u whole eternity older than damnation Kleiner Ncvnn 61CIII1iTour money boforo you bavo 1It = sympathyisTin soul mad thatanimates and keeps up society Is mutual trust South Tar tear down childhoods check thnt flows Is like tho dewdrop on tho rose when next the summer breeze comes by and waves the bush tho flower Is drytcott HAVIXO an unmarried milkman who Is fairly good looking will do moro to keep tho girls tidy around their kitchen work than a dozen yards of advice Atchlsou Globe IIcw UK FoOxn Tunas1Jimany time Cot How are you finding timings those hnra IorchclrniberEasyBectm nal Wnns a young Is Iii the eligibility of a young moan depends a good deal on what nort of a mustacho ho has Wlmn she is 2U BIO Is likely to think more about his bank account Homcrvino Journal Mcru significance Is naturally attached to tho confession of n woman that she has purchased a bride of glittering brass Tho IncIdent shows tho proud upward march of tho sox to that plane on which mat Is sup posed to stand superior and enviable San Francisco Examiner IT Is not the proper thing to say that a man will make a good husband It Is the wife who makes tho good husband The bad ones only mire the self made article Boston Transcript HirBON Layson Is tho laziest man L know Jugglo8Is that sol Hlpson carryUfolena Dacron Bald tho anxious mother IIWU Ho can hardly poale above a jvhispcr IndoiH Hall lie talon Wld or didfioff to tho ball gamel Woshlflgton StartJN 0 Dsataea Caaet be CrrM or local applications as they cannot reach thcdlseasod portion ot thocar There isonrjr ono way to euro Deafness and that Isbycoa tltutlonol romcdica Deafness Iscaused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tuba When this tube gets Inflamed you have I1rumbllng sotamd or imperfect hearing and when It is entirely closed Deafness Is tho result and unlcss the Inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored toitsnormal condition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing but an Inflamci condition of tho mucous sur faces Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars forany caso of Doaf ness caused by catarrh that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Band for circulars ree- F J Ganger t Co Toledo 0 tySold by DnipglsU 75c falls Family fill i cents LtT not mirth bo thy profession lotthou become a ninke sport Ho that hath but gained the title of a jester let him on sure himself tho fool Is not far off Quarks YELLOWSTONE PARK ttV COLORADO r r onalljr Conducted lour Tho ItnrUnyton Route will nm five per sounlly conducted tours luring tho summer to Colorado and Yellowstone Park Tho dates are Juno 23 July 7 July 14 July SI und July 28 Write for Illustrated pamphlet of tho Park and book of thu tours L W WAKKLKY Gen Pass AgUSt Louis lcruulter1IoYellwhen ho used to plot baseball ho wouldnt oven steal a basctN Y Evening Tote gram GreatNcrvdnysusesllarvrloustlo free Dr Iillue1131l Arch 8U Phlla 1a A sBNTCXcc well couchol takes both tho souse and tho tumduregmudmog Kcltlmm lungsbyolmslmmmmhtlouLotnbALINut11AN VIIITrC itself offends when coupled with forbidding munnera Bishop Muldletun itse it nar K ui rb11easnu WMIIKV kbfi lwLllek aA- oTAlbt Comes With a better understanding of the nature of many phys ical ills which vanish before proncrcf forts gentle effort pleasant effort rightly directed There is comfort in the knowledge that BO many forms of sickness are not duo to nny actual dis ease but simply to a constipated condi tion of tho system which the pleasant Vt family laxative Syrup of Figs promptly removes Tint is why it is tho only remedy with mlllionsof families and IB everywhere so highly by all who value good health Its effects are duo to tho thnt it is the lone remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It is therefore nil in order to got its bone tidal effects to note when I thnt you have tho genuine artcle which Is manufactured by the Call fornia Fig Syrup Co only and sold by I all reputable druggists- If in the enjoyment of good health I and the system is regular laxatives or other remedies nro then not needed If I afflicted with any actual disease ono stay bo commended to the most skillful physicians but if in need of n laxative ono should have tho best and with tho wellInformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest nnd Is satisfactionused and gives most general OOOOOOOOOOOOCJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO No Foo1irl- Sl DOES NOT FOOL ROUND JACOBS OILt IT GOES STRAIGHT TO WORK ON PAIN AND DRIVES IT OUT AND SHUTS 8 IT OFF FROM RETURNING THATS BUSINESS = = 8 Illi 1ii hel l IIftPLUGi I i i unless you can profit by the expense For 5 t1 cents you can get almost as much l D II BATTLE AXas you can of 1 other high grade brands for JO cents li Heres news that will repay you for- M hel cost of your newspaper todayI r II iIII J I r aLc L1 H I ILI STEELWEB WEBPICKET PICKETFENCE Gladness CABLEDFIELD AND HOG CABLED POULTRY OARDEN AND RABBIT We manufacture a complete lIno of Smooth Wire Fencing and guarantee as represented Ask your deal rto show you this Fence FENCEIDE KALB FENCE CO Tie manyimitations of HIRES Rootbeer simply point to ceJlcuceTtlie genuine article proves 0 b Tim obait e1 t- t1 tk64WltDPIUHd l P1J JI 1fLUTUUllr HM rArrs 1 tho esteemed beneficial fact Important you purchase I FENCE Also WCATALOOUU A N KIi 1190E- WHY44 VIi1TiaQ TeAihVERTJIRRRPiEUIs- mite that yov sow Ute Alvart4ieaieat itItI1J- I41I f 1 tl rrri coots mro liilr M l t1aM Fwd a VQ Jl 1 I JIaar ryl7 y l 3 1 s p n- I t 1 LJ t = k It THE FARMING WORLD GRAPES IN SUMMER Mate for Tlio o hOJLirerltut a Few MUCH to Almost nil the treatises en the prac tical cultivation of the grape are In tended for large vineyards where the grape Is cultivated far IIInrkctpurposcs alone This uinuteur gardener who has but H few dozen grapevines to care for can get very little profit from these rules 1tltof the amateur forwepruning his grapes will be the spring and summer months He should have a clear idea us to the number of branches and which ones he needs to Soave grow for fruiting the following season and soon after growth has commenced the weaker shoots that he does not need for fruiting the following season should be taken out All the vital power of the plants will then go into the brunches that are left They will be strong and healthy and bear fine grapes the following season Another point to lw attended to is that in the unhitch room of the nmuteurs garden it is desirable to keep the fruiting branches ns low to the ground as los Bible and every effort should be made to make them strong In time summer pruning or vat htlr pinching out of these branches it will he found that the I upper shoots are time strongest and the lower ones the weaker If It IK desira tile to huge the brunches low toward time ground the upper branch although 4strong should he pinched back This lllIlItIthrill UK strong as if they pushed out from the upper portions of the plant It is impossible to teach this ill the few words of n paragraph Much can he learned from actual trials and if the f cXIIrhlIccfgraph a single vine for one year he will learn more from actual nltsurvation than he could by studying a whole hook on grape culture for n- O week Meehajis Monthly GARDEN IMPLEMENT scum HOD That Will DcMtroy Hunt of Sprouting WfiMlH An improved sciilllu hoes like time one sketched run between time garden rows will destroy hosts of sprouting weeds particularly If the MI n isshlniiigbright ly nt the time it Is easily made of a bit of old saw blade and two strips of half round Iron Where the strips of maim curve under the frame to form the shoe bywimtelm the blade may he raised or lowered the iron should IK made wider than elsewhere so tint the shoes will nut readily sink into the soil Lowering or ralsing time handle will raise or lower the blade which should have a sharp edge to slide easily under the surface of the ground Many cult I vators do not fully realize the immense advantage of keeping the groundI in n loose condition In this way number less weeds mire destroyed mid of more Importance perhaps than all the loon toll lets in the air and sunshine which ore of the highest importance in plant rf growth In Held crops recourse must he hud to a horsu cultivator but in the case of a garden the scnille hoe trust iis here figured will Mrve very effectively Orange lucid Farmer InlluriHMi nf Pool on Milk That the food and water dairy cow take Imve direct inlliitncu on milk timid butter there is no doubt and 1 am of the opinion that many raises of bad tutter ore attributed to the mismanage ment of the dairymaid that ought to be put down to hud management in the uItodutetriteness but there is sometimes great carelesuncKs or ignorance displayed out side time dairy There needs llttt breed log specially for dairying and more care is require hi feeding In this last connection u lent might well he taken out of the book of time Channel Inland dairy farmers Uural WorM Mov r In u Irolltuhln lnoiL- Corn hits Ijocii so lung grown just for its grain that it IK hard to milie thut onehalf of its value lies in the slaver which IH too often left standing in the field if We expect to find this about as valuable as timothy hay we must willUecOIwill be n great loss of material Some V people deny this but they am time ones timeedriedstuffIieneecorn nnprontablo food Yet these same pco Inhawcourse of ueglocf 1C V WrirlflL- b4actplumit j 1 ccJijjifthegpt I n One i argo trvegven In acorggrpf jIt gUr den will spoil n goodtportloli of It s fLttrrrDontaprepuroaflr tspecinlI ellrrilllet FOR FEEDING CALVES A Little Device That Have Gontlderabla Annoyance1Vhgever a poll occupiedbytunate experience how difficult matter upsetbydrinkThe cut in the side of time vii just large I enough for the calf to get his head t through The door is kept closed and i pailispen Indicated the little door opened aril the calf allowed to rut Such little devices shire much trouble and take but a few I moments time to set In operation N Y Tribune BAD ROADS EXPENSIVE I IiiUTdtlliiK StutlHllcn FiirnUhcil lij the Dfp utimiit of AKrlciilturc The department of agriculture has completed an inteiestlng Investigation relating to the use of the common roads of time lnited States Iteturns have bash received fom about 1JOO counties IIl1ullIrompoints to he 12 miles time axorago weight of load for two horses IHl21I pounds tumid the average cost per ton per stile 25 cents or iI for the entire haul Kstlinating till farm productsat 1MD82 1227 tons in weight and making estimates on other artIcleR cnrrkd over i the public roads it is calculated that thu aggregate expense of this transporta thou in the United States Is IOUlfiir t ti per 11111111111 Reports have been asked from the Paled States consuls abroad of the expense of hauling where the l toads are good so as to render possible a Ill hlI lilt lOll which will show how t bndl1OlltiSever upon information in time office of road Inquiry counting the loss of time in reaching markets the enforced idle ness timid time wear mid tear of livestock mid hauling machinery caused by poor roads that t vu thirds of time cost might be shred by an improvements of roudti Ciabtrecs Fanner thoI THE CARE OF CATTLE SmixliliKt In StiihliM IN till Worxt latnny of TulirniiloHlH The worst enemy of tuberculosis JH sunshine and the average cow stable Is an ideal place for the spread of this dis i IltItillgof the stables have been constructed with a view to the easy handling of time I manure This has been the chief mint and convenience In feeding and time eomfoit of the cows has too often been lost sight of It is well enough to get the manure out of the stable with as little work as possible but It would bu more profitable If better care was taken of it than Is usually till case Owing to the location of Komostahloft it is impossible to get much sunlight in them but in the greater number of barns where the cows stand in a row next to the side it would be an easy matter to put In a few windows One window for every two cows should bu the rule and they nutty be swung open to throw the manure out of theta if necessary If time stilt cnn lhille directly on till cows so nitwit the better Prac tical Dairyman To Pruvrnt IotHto 8rnl Take 2 ounces corrosive uubllmuto to such 15 gallons of water using an earthen dish Dissolve the poison In a small amount of water using an earth enware dish It will dissolve mister If powdered Add this solution to the re mainder of the water In a wooden cask or burred If onlya few potatoes tire treated u glass or oarthenwear vessel may be used but a vessel of Iron tin or copper should never betaken Let the potatoes remain In time solution Ii hours Take out the potatoes and put in another lot the same solution mummy be used over sad over In replenishing use the original strength and do nut pour in pure water Cut the potatoes when convenient mind plant as usual Corrosive sublimate Is a deadly poison and must hl c used with caution Farm and Home Root of Transplanted Iluiit Time roots of transplanted plants need careful attention Too much moisture tad too mica dryness must be equally avoided it is well known that BOIIIO plants suffer if their roots ore allowed to get dry Hut we have known of canes when time attempts to preventVfqo much drvlntf tout resulted jWjaWU niftslimr beingl tt ruhl1ltte I ot strn wb r lnntsau for liciffll t 6191 retIal nail th atbBtftluwr roojltk1 h1JfllrJau JNlf lcdlYt long iwmeralon Farrae Hcvfew A c FOR COUNTRYS SAKE An Indian Fighter Suffers Agonic from Disease Ue Wftl In the Until with the Apaches When Geronimo VTaa Captured From the Prt Ktw Forte trtj Worn with the exposure of army Ufo on the frontier and poisoned by the continual drinking of alkali water Joseph Flcgauf returned to Philadelphia eight years ago broken down In health and unablo to do any work Ho had nerved five years with the Ninth United States Infantry In many a desperate fight with Uio Indians in Arizona and other frontier Status unit had won an euvlablo 1 record In tho fierce conflict when Gcron Imo tho famous chief of tho Apaches was matured Mr Flcgnnf was among time bravo Roldlors who forgetful of everything but duty charged upon tho hostile Indians I untimelydeath I by a manlY bullet or arrow and Mr Flc I pauf came near such n fate ns that A long i time before his time was out ho was taken seriously ill but ho stuck to his post until I an honorable discharge was finally given to Idm When ho readied Philadelphia tho Indian fighter was scarcely more titan skin mud shoiaudesperately 1liesehsymptoms wero accompanied by bloody dysentery which no mcdiduo seemed to ro llove After two years of suffering Mr Flcgnuf cjimo to Now York maid was treated by sev oral physicians These did not agree seine culling ids disease catarrh of tho stomach I anti others chronic dlarrhcpa- I I I In sneaking to n reporter about his illness Flcgauf said the doctors helped hIm I 1MI with all tho money ho spent for nlhlcoII medicine ho was able to work part of tho time Sluice moving to his present home No M7 West Fortysec I ond Street In New York about a year ago Mr Klegauf has boon so 111 that his voice I and hearing almost left him Thou all medicines failed and tho sick I man had little hope of recovery At this critical time Hr Williams Pink Illls for Palo People were recommended to Mr Flo guilt and almost us u last hopo ho began taking them Tho beneficial pffect of tho medicine was felt lit once Mr Flcpauf told tho reporter and before I hud taken n box I begun to cut with relish Thrco boxes rtiado mo HO much bettor that I began work und have been ablo to keep atIt MIKC for live months1 lr WIllhiniH1 Pink fills for Palo People unit iota patent medicine In tho sense that I name implies They wero lirstcoinpounded a prescription and used as such In rOil Ins practice by an eminent physician No great was their efficacy that ll was deemed wlso to psaco them wit hill tho reach of mill Thov are now manufactured by time Dr Williams Medicine lmhpuuy1Sclunectaily Y mind uiv sold in boxes never In loose lN by the dozen or hundred and the pub aro cautioned ntrainsl numerous boatctions sold in this shape lit ro ccntsu six boxes for fiO mind tray bo had of nit druggists or direct by mall from Dr WIt liams Medicine Company ITile REASON or Ivis your daughter going into tho country for her health II Oil no Purely fur art Hho wishes to bccomu bronzeil Detroit Free PtxsH- IIAT expands and cold contracts but there arc exceptions Coal iiiul guts bills are larger in winter than in summer llor ristowii Herald a- Tho Nlgiilllrunce or 11 Cray Ovrrromt Upon the tongue yellowness of limo skin and eyeballs nausea and uncashiess lIe neath time right ribs and shoulder bludc Is that tho victim or thcc discomforts Is bil ious Tho proitcr caper1 under such clr culustances Is to taUoIIostettersHtomoch Hitters which also cures chills and fever constipation dyspepsia rheumatic and kid hey complaint mid nervousness MAS curries under his hunt a private theater wherein a greater drama Is acted timid IH over performed on till mimic ntngu beginning nnd ending in eternity Cnrlylo- To IIAVK u rcnpoct for ourselves guides our morals mouth to intro n deicrcnco for dthurs governs our manners Ktcriic fart stntosmatibhlp is the art of chang ing u nation from what it is into what it ought to boW U Agcr iUcnrs do not cxhllnntte us so much with their possoAHlnn as they torinco us witli their loss Gregory Dtrpscnsrss Is u whole eternity older than damnation Richter Ncvnn spend your money before you have It Thomas Joncrson I sympathyisTan soul and thatanimates and keeps up society Is mutual trust South e Tan tear down childhoods check that flows Is like tho dewdrop on tho rose when next tho summer breeze comes by and waves tho bush tho flower Is dryScott HAVING an unmarried milkman who Is fairly good looking will do moro to keen tho girls tidy around their kitchen work than a dozen yards of advice Atchlsou Globe Hew II n POUND Tuiu tJiintny tho Cot II How nro you finding tilings these hurl times Mike tho Porchelmbcr Easy Been usln do X ray Indianapolis Jour nat WHEN a young girl Is 10 tho eligibility ot- a young man depends a good 1131 on what sort of a mustache ho has Whim she is 20 shin Is likely to think moro about his bank account Somcrvlflo Journal Mccu significance is naturally attached to tho confession of a woman Unit site hay purchased a brick of glittering brass Tlio incident shows tho proud upward march of tho sex to that piano on which man is sup onvtabloSanFrancisco IT is not the proper thing to say that a roan will mako u good husband It Is the wife who makes tho good husband Tbo bad ones only mire tho solfmado artlclo Boston Transcrip- tIiirsotaLayson Is tho laziest man I II llipsdnYoslife insuranco PhlladclphiaNorth Amor lean DocroaH said tho aoxlous mother IIWII 110 can hardly pealcabQyeawhlsp x Indo dI Has tiC taWm Coldrbraidhcrgt ate tho ball game Washington SIoIr1foWt I 1taeu Curaaa I- ap tlttthl local appllcatlouo as they cannot recoil Uledlscuoo portlonof thocar Them laoolJ one way to euro Deafness and that Isbycon Ututionnl romcdic Deafness iscaused by an Inflamed condition of tho mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tune When this tube gets inflamed you have rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness lathe result and unlcas the Inflammation can bo taken out and thin tuba restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but on Inflame condition of tho mucous stir faces Wo will glvo One Hundred Dollars tor any case of Doof ness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Sand for circulars freer F J Toledo Q OSSold by hissConUalls Family Fills 35 cents LET not mirth bo thy profession lest thou become a Innke sport Ho that hath MIIIUIOQuurlcs YELLOWSTONE PARK COLORADO rerun u lljr Conducted lour The Httrltngton flouts will nm five per sonally conducted tours during the summer to Colorado and Yellowstone Park Tho dates are Juno 23 July 7 July 14 July 21 nod July 28 Write for III11 Itroted pamphlet of and book of the tours 1 W WAKULKYUOU lus Agt8tLoul t31111 see JaekParsous isa defaulter UoYcs how ho has changed Wliv when ho used to play baseball ho wouldnt even steal u basemN Y Evening Tele gram I1ITt stopped free1by Dr Kllnos Great dnysusrsllnrvuloustie free Dr Kline WU Arch Kt Phlla Pa IAHUXTKNCC well couched takes both tho sense and tho undortaudiug Kullhum lunJSIVIUTIK itself olTends when coupled with forbidding manner Bishop Mldillelon rmit to it1114 iIIllb TIiIjIf file CS PIUaUI ju Ifs caltutfIi 8oiltrFt wDtrM W IKY set iH Gladness a better of tho With nuturo of tho many phys lea Ills which vanish before forts gcntlo effort picosantcr rightly directed There is comfort in the that no many forms of sickness are not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to u condi tion of the system which the pleasant 1 family laxative Syrup of Figs promptly removes That IB why It is tho only remedy with mllllonsof families undid everywhere esteemed BO highly by all who value good health effects are duo to the fact that itIs the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating thin organs on which it acts It is therefore all important In order to set bone ficial effects to note when you pur I chase that you have the genuine arti ole which Is manufactured by tho Call fornla Pig Syrup Co only and sold by all reputable druggists 33- If in tho enjoyment of good health and tho system IB regular laxatives or other remedies are then not needed If nnilcted with any actual disease one mummy bo commended to the most skillful but if in need of n laxativeI ono should have tho best and with tho ofIused and gives most general satisfaction oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo No ToollxiDOES NOT FOOL ROUND SI JACOBS OILIT GOES STRAIGHT TO WORK ON PAIN AND DRIVES IT OUT AND SHUTS gIT OFF FROM RETURNING THATS BUSINESS = =JS Its a Good Thing Push it Along n iTiI ffl I Ui w jII j PLUG Why buy a newspaper unless you a- ii can profit by expense For 5 tji cents you can get almost as much mBATTLE AXas you can of iIJ GIf other high grade brands for JO cents tI I Heres news that will repay you for iPthe cost of your newspaper todayI i STEELWEB WEBPICKET PICKETFENCE as 1WoThe many tionsof HIRES Rootbeer simply point itsccceJlence7tlie 1 genuine article proves rpu + I- UpaU ss htIItMIIIIIMt q t utiurbxralfarsa t u = 1i Comesunderstanding propercf knowledge constipated Its beneficial e its I physicians I u c the CABLEDFIELD AND HOG- FENCE L N IF 1804- WHEN WJUfl1U TO ADVI T1gwRi PLA Ml that jroti sow tie MVIKIe1ai U MWnWipe I e iliatosM t ii J I 11 + o 2 11 n an tt 1It1Itt1 krA 16 to 1 lafilliWe i IdabejBa111enJtot your necks for the time Iis near at hand when we as a government can better our condition financially Now tbe question arises in my mind Will yo do it f There will be no rouble to right all wrongs if you will stand with a firm determination and vote 16 to 1 We a not here to deal in sentiment we are plain matter of fact people But my mind cannot agree with Mr James Horn of Richlnndtown Pa when he said in The World May 118965 that the United States should not be made the dumping ground for the whole worlds silver There is no use for us to borrow trouble Along on this lint for sure thing a floodof silver is more de sirous than a draft of gold at tho present timeDear readers it is proposed by the hii racialists to remonetize silver and add beti used for measuring the value of all other property In dollars at a ratio to gold of 16 to 1 there are about the same number of dollars of silver in the world as gold Tho report of the director of our mint says there was in the world in 1890 iin the form of silver coin and bullion used as money 3820571310 A cubic foot of silver weights 10471 Troy ounces and using 371 grains to each dollar this will make a cubic foot of cast silver worth 13544 You get this by multiplying tho 104 4 by 4S0 the numbcrof grains in an ounc- and dividing the result by 371 J the number of grains in a dollar You then was to divide the 3820071346 tho silver of the world by 13544 the number of r dollars in a cubic foot It gives 282035 i1cubicfeet of silver in the world Can you comprehend my friends what a quantity nf silver this Is1 I will tell you how It will male a blockof silver C6 feet wide G6 feet long and 66 fe high You can empty all of the pockets of the people of the world of their silver the bank ydrawerssafes all India Mexico South AmericaI England France Germany Russia Italy Austria the Netherlands British Amer ica China Japan and the islands bi and little of the oceans and you ca- put ni it nil into the basement of tho trey s ury building of the United States It is a matter of mathematical calcu 4 nation and no intelligent citizen need lbe either alarmed or deceived This iis the quantity of silver in the world and it will be well for the readers of tin ThriceaWeek World to remember i when they hear some one talking about a flood of silver We have heard a good deal about th treasury vaults at Washington groaning with silver and more talk of enlarging them The vaults under our treasury build- ingt can easily be arranged to hold nil o the silver in all of the countries of the world used ns money either in coins wars or bullion Suppose some one was to ask us the question If the tree coin age of silver by the United States should1 flood us with silver what would we do with it 1 Put it in the pockets of th people put it to work put it in the channels of trade If wo desired to store it we could put it all in our Lanka i goldOurii- f itl leave us any faster It is now going at the rate of from 500000 to 2000000 a day It is only aquestson of time under n gold system when England will take i it nil The way to keep our gold Js to re monetize silver Remonetizaticn willI givo us higher prices for our export and will make a balance of trade in our favor large enough to bring us English gold and silver In thcmidat of plenty we are in want- Helpless children and tho best woman hood and manhood of America appeals to us for release from a bondage that iis destructive of life and liberty All the nations of the Western Hemisphere turn to their great sister republic for assist ance in the emancipation of the people of at least one balf the world The Orleat with its teeming millions of people and Franco the cradle of science and liberty in Europe look to the United States to lead the struggle tocroll back the accumulated dhastera of the last twentyone years What shall our answer be If It la claimed wo must adopt for our Mosey the Metal England selects and CAB haye BO independent choice in the let us make tile test and flad- awttierIIIt II w It It iet Aesericart to treeLa gat I A war with England would be the most popular ever waged on the face of the earth If It is true that she can dic tate the money of the world and thereby create worldwide misery it would be the most just war ever waged by man- u But fortunately this is not neceasst Those who would have you think that we must wait for England either barre o not studied this subject or have the sam e interest in continuing the present condition as England It is n vain hope to expect her voluntarily to consent Eng land is the credit nation of the glob and collects hundreds of millions of dol tore in interest annually in gold from the rest of the world We are paying her 200000000 yearly in interest She demands it in gold lira contract calls for it in gold Do yo expect her to voluntarily release anyII part of ItT It has a purchasing power I twice what a bimetallic currency wool have She knows it The men that con trot the legislation of England are citi zens of that country with fixed incomes They are interest gatherers to the amount j annually of over 61000000000 The men over there holding bimetallic COliI ventions and passing resolutions Jhave not one fifth the influence with the law making power that the bimetallist in the United States have with our congress and president No nothing is expectedI from England Whenever property interests and humanity have come in conII flier Englnnd has ever been the of human liberty All reforms with I tjiosu so unfortunate as to be in her power ehave been won with the sword She yields only to force The money lender Itin the United States who own substan tinily allof our money have a selfishI I I I interest in maintaining the gold stand ard They too will out yield They believe that if the gold standard can sur vivo for a few years longer the people will get used toilget used to their pov erty and quietly submit etTo that end they organize interns tional bimetallic committees and say Wait on England she will be forced toIII j give us bimetallism Vain hope D i ception on this subject has been practiced It I I I Wm Lelandlong enough Harlinger Idaho in New York World A Chance to Make Money- g I have berries grapes and peaches aIyear old fresh as when picked I use theICalifornia Cold process do not heat seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps i perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing j CUll put up n bushel in ten minutes Last week I sold directions to 120 families any i ono will pay a dollar for directions when fruitltself I consider it my duty to give my experience tQsuch atid feel confident- e anyone con make one to two hundred1I dollars around homo in a few days I ji will mail sample of fruit nut complet- directions to any of your readers fu I eighteen ccut stamps which iis only theI factual cost of the samples postage etc to mo FRANCIS JJl St CSEYII To tho i j CongresslanaI j So many friends have since the late state convention asked me for my view andemore especially concerning the absorb ing topic of finance that I deem it proper to publish them openly so that all inter ested in the selection ofa Democratic theuppnychiuglieattyvilleconvention j i I realize the danger of going into print but this is not to be considered when requiresfrankI c been understood all the time but I have i refrained as much as I felt consistent with duty from discussing the financial question because I did not wish to odd to the agitation of the public mindand have been sincerely solicitous to do i nothing that would have n tendency to create 14IO3VH3IVH in the party or to place myself in an attitude that wouldmake mo offensive to any element in case 1 am tho nominee I have drawn no lines within the Democratic ranks and have neither denounced President Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle on the one side nor failed to faithfully support Gen Hardin and Senator Blackburn on the other It has occupied all the time that- I have had to spare for such work to warn the people against tho doctrines and practices of the Republican party question unrestricted use of both goldand silver on such terms that one may take either without discrimination because of any purhasingI would not baTe the currency wheth er geld or silver or paper tir even nickel or copper lessened a stogie cent ia vol sass Wba Ter policy would lead to the production and circulation without is quatitet support I voted when in congrese to atop tke tatisg ef sills wader f10 Is deaeauaatioajo tit te aaktlOOJf1 and create a dmasd for sitter I favered rite repeal ef the till per rent tax es- tihle teak Mte w that Utece iaetlu ld 3 lions might issue a currency on terms assuring its soundness and which I believe would stay near home and not con gest in Wall street and other money centers as our national currency has a constant tendency to do I have an abiding faith that the convention at andrYthe conservative people of the entire conntry and bring harmony to tbe Democratic party We are all entitled to our convictions but no honest plan can confess what he does not believe Neither office nor gain will swerve me eras hairs breadth from meaccept views which are not in my opin ion consistent witl the best inrerests of those in the midst of whom I have passed my life and amongst whom I hope to die No one could be more tolerant f aseatein congress would have no attractions for 11mo if acquired at the expense of my sin ofIl 1this district on tho financial question und it would be dangerous to make this the only test in selecting our candidate for congress There are good men and true holding to either view I would like to go to congress chiefly to pass a bill introduced by me when there pro viding for an equalization of the states in the mutter ot land grants for school purpose It met with the approval of plcsentedits publie18chool fund Whilst your reprenenta the I made an efficient fight against a I proposed extension of the powers of the United States courts that would have been dangerous to the rights and liber IIties of the people No mon can say that not industrious and attentive to diligentlylook Ir generally understood two years ago that I would be given the raceby the Demo crate in 1800 stud all agreed that I hud earned it by the canvass I then made My record in the constitutional conven tion and in the legislature is without a break in the advocacy of whatever would be the best for the mares of the people I was reared on a farm in great part and not only know what the agri cultural cla lIes need but am in heartiest sympathy with all their just woofs and desires No man of any generation in Kentucky has done more to secure for advantagese fKtKentuckYduringhave nut taken nn attire part My service to the Democratic party has been that of a faithful reverent loving sun have had every assurance that the people are for me in this race and that byielected I will try faithfully to carry out the withes of the Democrats who send 1110 and whose principles I have adhered since old enough to know anything IItn politics I believe implicitly in the rule of the majority and have never considered myself either bigger or wiser thus iiij party 1 nm and always have been a believer in party organization and no man who knows me Cora doubt that I will heartily support the action of witherecentlyrsup trueIsupportIWinchester Ky June 8 1S96 A Great Chance to Make Money 9I want to tell you of my wonderful success Being a poor girl and needing money badly I tried the Dish Washer business and have cleared 200 every month It is more money than I ever had before and I cant help telling you about it for I believe any person can do DisbIone The Mound City Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo will give you all neces nary instructions so you can begin work at once The Dish Washer does splendid work you can wash and dry the dishes in two or three minutes without putting your hands in the water at all Try this business and let us know how you succeed EMZAIIETH CITo The Public Having disposed of my stock of mer chandise and retired from business I de J sire all who are indebted to me by note I account or otherwise to call and scttloII at once I can be found at my old stand so give this your immediate attention Thankful for your past patronage I am Respectfully yours j Jons M ROSE Hazel Green May 5 1896 Perfect YisiY Would give us perfect health Because men and women aro not perfectly wise I they must take medicines to keep them salves perfectly healthy Pure rich blood tho 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