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M I I t tJy p itit rfi ThE HAZEL GREE HERAD I apENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of a Nelijr Worlrt Wit New From All Xntlon LurnVrlng at HU flack ha 1100 A YEAR Always In Advane I tYlTWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 18186 NUMBER a INo Gripewheyoa take Hoods Pills The big oldfash yam sugar seated pills which tear you all toI are not In It with Hoods Easy to takeplates Hoodswhich are 32 Sgeedrngdits 25C C L Hood Co Lowell Mass Ttw only Fills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla iwlnjton and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND I ISo3No5I STATIONS Suudnys ex IDailyI only I18uuday Leiincton 10 00 nm 6 50 pm 4 M p- mTon1I n 3111u 6 24 pam 3 S4 nr 10 um G oIIII 2 25 WinchesterI 19 IUUII I mu 5 47 pmim 200 ptu Indian Fldsl 8 37 am 5 31 pm 1 10 pm Clay City 8 J9 nm 5 13 JIm it 40 um Stanton 8 10 am 5 02 pw 11 20 o- wFilon1I 7 55 am 4 47 pm 10 48 am Dundee I I 7 43 am 4 32 pm 10 17 am Nat Bridge 7 38 am 4 27 pro 10 07 am Torrent I 1 7 24 am 4 14 pm 935 am Bealtrve Jc 7 03 am 3 52 pm 8 25 am- IhreeFkaCl6 53 am 3 42 pm 8 00 am 32 ami 3 21 pm 7 18 am 08 am 2 58 pm 6 30 am Jtcknon I 6 00 am 2 W pm 6 10 am EAST BOUND No4 No 6 STATIONS No 2 Sundays Daily ex Daily only Sunday Lexington J 2 20 pm 7 45 am 030am Avon 2 47 pm 8 15 am 7 08 am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 40 am 8 10 am Falrlle 3 21 pm 8 54 am 8 54 am JodianFlds 33 pm 9 108m 9 24 am Clay City1 3 55 pm 9 28 am 11 45 am pmiI pmDundeeI pmKatBridselI pmDultrej pmHkatawa1pmAtholI pinJacksont i Nos 1 awl 2 arrive and depart from C 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Nethcrlnnd JDLIVINGSTONI Vice Pros and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT lea Pass Agent ij j t THIS WATCH is guaranteed snmo ns our i100 ATCHESt- o i run well nnd keep good time HE PRICES 250I This rollesented stemindstonlscapement end in your orders or call and see us when you come to Lexington red Je Heintz Malllfacflrill JmIIrf IIJ rrw TnJl year it adnace I L U Cleveland Versus Cleveland On the 18th of August 1884 Grover Cleveland addressed letter to the mem bers of a committee of the Democratic national convention in which he acceptedI the nomination for the presidency Frem that letter we make some extracts be cause of their peculiarly fitting applica tions of today He said The laws enacted by the legislative brand executirhe But uponlawsdollars a legal tender for the payment ofI all dues public and private he has vie fated by treating gold coin only as move when legal tender notes were to be redeemed The Sherman purchase act ab solutely commanded the coinage of as many silver dollars as would redeem all of the Sherman notes paid for their pur chase But the bullion in the treasuryt for which these coin notes were issued remains uncoined in defiance of the law while the notes themselves have heel redeemed upon presentation in goldcoin which the president has bought for that purpose with interest bearing bonds These two illustrations will suffice to show that as the chief executive of the nation he has been a ruthless law breaker and has disregarded his oath of office He says We proudly call ours a government b y the people ft InI not such when a class fsI toltrated which arrogates to itself the man agement of public afFairs seeking to contro the people Instead of representing them He has especially nourished class o bond and gold brokers at whose biddin the secretary of the treasury has created a bonded debt of 210000000 for the purchase of gold for the convenience solely of this class The gold thus purchased has been given to these favoritesI in exchange for greenbacks which were redeemable in silver and the same open ation is shortly to be repeated He raid A government is not of the people when a result which would represent the inulli gent will of free and thinking people Iis or can he determined by the shameless corrup tion of their suffrages And yet in the face of thus fine words the recent Democratic state convention of Michigan which selected delegates to the national convention of the Demo cratic party in which a candidate fo the presidency will be named who willI be one of two or three at the utmost from whom the people must select a president was debauched and corrupted in the most shameless manner by the agents and officeholders of Mr Cleveland doing his well known will and bidding I If the Michigan delegation is allowed to vote in the Democratic national convrn- i tion it will be as grow an outrage upon the Democracy of Michigan I4s1t would have been had Mr Cleveland himself personally superintended the stuffing of I ballot boxes to secure their election Upon the subject of the reelection of a president Mr Cleveland pretended to set his face agairst it in the most deter mined manner Here are his words When an election to office shall be the selection by the voters of one of their mini her to sssume for a time a public trust instead of his dedication to the profusion of politirs whet the holdi rs of the ballot quickened bv a sense of duty shall avenge truth betravcd and pledges broken amid when the nulTmgi hall Ibe altogether free t and umioorru sled the full re niton of a government by the people shall be at hand the menus to this end not one would lAudofjudgment bo more effective than an- i amendment to the constitution mresidenl from re disqulhflngI consider the patronage of this I the allurements of power the retain public place once gained and more thou mill the availability party finds in on incumbent whom n horde of officeholder with a zeal born of benefits received anti fostered by time hope of favors yet to tnmhnes come 1 stnrd rendy to aid with money and political service we recognize JI the eligi bilityof time president for reelection n most serious danger to that calm deliberate antiI intelligent political action thepcopicchar actcrbe n government by Despite this explicit declaration Mr Cleveland procured his own renomina tion in 1888 by all the arts recited by him in the above extract and by others which need not be named He was de feated at the polls In 1892 his personal followers and the class of gold and bond speculators above referred to united thei forces and he was again nominated But for his efforts at that time and those of his henchmen who hoped agala to be Jail depeadMti II they had bees before and bat for the still store thorau h gelsg shift of the gold tfwWnfatfaily wed atthe coaveatioB for the wrraatioa a of the delegates in that body bfi w uldI have remained in the private station to which the people so willingly assignedI him four years before Being nominated he was elected by the generous and en ergetic support of his bitterest enemies in New York state who had been fn trusted with the leadership of the party there and by the equally generous sup- portf the Democrats of the youth who were willing to believe him a Democrat and who hoped he would regard theI pledges of his party on the subject of bimetallism It i+ plain to everybody that ever since Mr Clevelands inaugu hatyI devoted his energies tolithe profession of politics in the hope of securing the renomination and reelection this year To compass this result he has betrayed pledges usurped authority and corrupt ed the suffrage A thoroughlyI aroused and indignant people have responded to him by a great uprising in behalf of free silver coinage at the present ratio and against his further aspirations To use his own language a full realization of a government by the people is at hand He will be voted out of of fice in November amid the wild ac claim of a liberated people His career has been a travesty on statesmanship When we read what he promised and then look down the long list of broken pledges we are forcibly reminded of the familiur distich 1The devil was tick i the devil a monk would be wasfi heg Cincinnati Enquirer Spoons Free To All I read in the Christian Standard that Miss AM Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2 cent stamps I sent for one and found it so useful that I showed it to my friends andmade 1 in two hours taking orders fur the spoon The hook spoon is a house hold neces 5ty It can not slip into time dish or cooking vessel being held in the place by a hook on the back The spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented Anyone can get a sample spoon by sending ten 2cent stamps to Miss Fritz This iis aroundrhome Very truly 9Jl JKAXNETTB S The stockholders of the Arlington Adelphi Hotel Co held their first annual meeting at the Hotel Adelphi today The company is composed of the follow ing gentlemen A E Hood Columbus Ohio C E Smith Richmond Ky C IJ Ainyx Hazel Green Ky Judge Lewis Apperson Ml Sterling Ky Judge 1 It Gilhim Lexington Ky These gen tlemen are owners of the Arlington in Columbus Ohio nnd tho Hotel Adolphi at this place They are contemplating some very extensive and important im provements in the Adelphi which will be given to the public later onlIuim tington W Va Times Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused ban inflamed con dition of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing nnd when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever j nine cases out of ten arc caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by ca tarrh that cannot be cured by Halls catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY do CO Toledo 0 lSold by druggists 7oc Ti Tha Male Having disposed of my stock of mer dorsire all wise are indebted to Me by site account or otherwise to call aad settle at once I caa be fdaad at my aid staad so give this your immediate atteatioB Tbaakf al for yovr part Mbar I aai Bespectfullj yours 4 aoikltb111oer Hatl Grtta May 5 1IH tit Jo I n nt Flfr C it BtUar COldII the fiftycent dollar By this they mean the silver dollar or tho silver cer tificate representing the silver dollar They do not want a fiftycoat dollar They insist upon a gold dollar which they declare IIs worth just twice as jnuchI as a silver dollar or a silver certificate Suppose they begin at the banks and I atop them from giving them fiftycent dollars Let any mss who is fortunateI enough to have a beak account Inquire of the people to whom he gives checksI what kind of money they get at the banks They will tell him that in most cases they receive nothing but silver cer tificate which we are told are only worth fifty cents on the dollar The amount of gold coin in existence bearing the stamp of the United States is a little over six hundred millions The amount of silver dollars in existence bearing tho United States stamp is about four hun dred and thirty million Three hun dred and sixty millions of these sliver dollars have been deposited in the treas ury by their owners who received there for silver certificates These silver cer tificates read aa follows This certifies that there has been deposited in the treasury of the United- 8tate80ne silver dollar payable to bearer ondemandAnd with the different denomina tions of the same These certificates constitute much the larger portion of the paper money in circulation among the people Very few greenbacks will be seen The government has stored away in the treasury a surplus of very nearly two hundred millions all green backs besides the gold reserve of one hundred and six millions Then tho bauk reserves are in greenbacks So it seems that the chief circulating medium of the country consists of silver certifi cater which the gold bugs say are worth only fifty cents on time dollar The banks pass them for full dollars The government receives them as full dollars for all kinds of tuxes and duties and other dues It must be therefore that the fiftycent dollar is just as good as any other dollar It seems a little strange that the officials of the banks which pay out silver certificate almost exclusivelyi upon depositors checksshouM be declaring them to be worth only fifty cents on the dollar If they tell the truth the banks must be cheating every hotly out of just fifty cents on every dollar And if the silver certificates are really good whole dellarp it would semi to Ibe lying to call them fiftycent dol lars Are tho bunks lying to the people or cheating their depositors 1 If they pass olfa fiftycent dollar as ft good dol lar they are cheating If tho dollars which they call fiftycent dollarx are really one Immmlrc l cent dollars they must be lying Cincinnati Enquirer What a Woman Can Do Last week I cleared after paying all expense 8553 time month previous 200 and have at the same time attended to other duties I believe any energetic person can do equally as well an I have had very little experience Tho Dish- Washer is just lovely and every family wants one which makes selling very easy I do no canvassing People hear about the Dish Washer and come or send for mo It is strange that a good cheap Dish Washer has never beforo been put on the market The Mound City Dish Washer fills this bill With it you can wash and dry the dishes for n family of ten in two minutes without wetting your hands As soon as people sec tho Washer work they want one You can make more money and make it quicker than with any household article on the market I feel convinced that any lady or gentle man can make from tl0 to f14 per day around home You can get full particu lars by adddressiug The Mound City Dish Washer Co St Louis Mo They help you get started then you can make money awful faIt A L 0 IDTIUL I wart every person who owes for tuition or board to cone Is aad settle up at oeeM I suit aaakt stUbattat with the O W B M July 1 There k M JaM werkheett t aH MeiiWtw G ==p4 aUffPPW CtQTCTT IXtHritb II uUNtl werepHtarof Ambrose Arnett Friday sight Harlaa M Rice of Salyeraville was limo guest of Miss Eaaaaa Airlock Sat urday and Sunday SPurlockIof Saiyersville a 121b boy Will seem to be well pleased K N Arnett and Thomas Haglns both GearISundayIElrgeaeB Arnett a young man of shrewd intelligence was granted license to practice law a few days ago Lula and Dudley Arnett Emmet Pow ers Ed Willis and James Frazier were guests of Miss Lillie May Sunday C B Arnett of Whitakerville received a serious wound the other day He says tho two Howards committed tho assault i ITho people of Wesley Chapel were blessed with a good meeting Saturday night and Sunday conducted by Rev Howes of Salyeraville Eliza Arnett wife of Hon Farish Ar nett died a few days ago with consump tion leaving a husband and eight chil dreg to mourn her loss Hon John W Langley of Floyd one of the Republican candidates for the nomination sa congressmaa was a guest of the Hendricks House Sunday night en route tQ Bcattyville Floyd Trusty of Whitakerville who was shot accidentally by Wesley Rows son about two weeks ago is getting well the doctors all seemed to think there was no chance for him to live The teachers examination for certifi cates convened In Salyeraville last Friday and Saturday with J S Adams J M E Fairchild and Superintendent Atkin son as examiner There were about CO applicants and I think that nearly all of them will pass tho questions were so easy and simple The people of Raccoon were surprised Saturday it being the day set apart bylaw for the election of school directors throughout the state The boys seemed to not agree in district No T 3 About 30 of them engaged in a fight about IB on n side in which Sod Lyon was cut through the hand and Marion Howard was shot in the ankle Lillio May Dudley Arnett J S Ad nuns Roan Snlyer Alonzo Lacy Dona E Patrick nnd J Paris Salvor returned home Thursday evening with their hearts filled with joy rejoicing over the past three or four days which had been to well spent in sharing tho entertainment at the close of tho 11 G A in tho beautiful town of Hazel Green whore the air is so pure the people HO kind tho young belles HO htttidsome and tho climate to sublime June 8 ConiiBSPONDKST Lykius MaUna As there hiss never any news appeared from this section I trust you will allow mo tho space for u few items Dr Waller Tipton is attending court at Jackson this week J C Patrick of Snlycrsvlllc visited the family of his fathor in law John Collinsworth at this place the past week Little Maggie daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Collinsworth who has been very ill with typhoid fever is convales clog Time following were visitors at White Oak on Saturday and Sunday M J and Samuel Amyx Sellers W S WilsoB Daysboro and Courtney and Stephen Wilson Leo City The excitement over the election for m scbotl trustee In this district surpassed anything of the kind that has ever hap pened here The week preceding tile election men were riding and electioneer lag apparently as much interested aa if it bad been a presidential campaign Ist4 stead of a little school election that they were taking part ia It cane sear ead lag IB a serious difficulty Why cart Bet- MeS remember and obey the Diviae la jutttloa Let everythiaf be dose dt i sally sad IB erfer June 8 TKM ry 9y 9 Get year old rfa fato ape hurt spy er peeraMhi fItk I to t l J HrT n O Of n r n f M- rru- w fJt ir = 0 In f A RAIN SANG r IisI After long flays olottgolden glare ratnlAndafThe catbirds silvery ratal 4Birohim In hla cloistral gown Thkl tuneful eremite In gray ttwmylna In rnpturo up and down On yon althea spray II- Hla passionate runs and tremolos Transcend tho clearest notes of art TM doth the peerless summer rose Its winter counterpart Xla ihroat eeoms filled with lyric fro tAndHstenintr there thrills mo through i A touch of that divine desire tiThe elder poets knew P i ar 3ty soul would search tho secret springs Where lifes suproment meanings throng Would wet sublime celestial things To chords of earthly song lotisAs from tho clouds tho vermeil gWw At tho full burst of dawn J Tet who shall say uuch sounds are wont Unto the spirit sunso In vAin Did It not lido some largo Intent That birdsong In tho rain Clinton leopard In Congrogatlonnllst A COUNTRY EXPERIENCE 3IlltlKOIUU AUK VERY breeze that cniiiu in ut thu open windows was as soft tin velvet Thu warm sun shine lnul tons pored It until Uiu last sting of win ter wan gone Miller rued ArU hud removed thou coats And unbut toned their vests They worked list IcKHly maid occasionally one of them would lean buck and gaze sleepily out at taw walla and roofs and Uiu distant r ribbon of lake now dotted horo uud there with moving spoolm A mat ought to be pinuhcd for work In n day like this Artlo finally ob nerved Isnt It delightful Mild Miller Tlila In the time of year when a ulna feels like gutting out Into the country 1 That aint no lie eltlier You dont BCO vary many Johnnyjumpups grow In along Dearborn street do you Do you expect to got away from town often thfcj summer Gee I cant go very far Since Ive started planttn my shift in Uie hunk aud plunkln in n few oases every month ou tho bandit and lone game 1vo got to play purty close to my bosom Ill tell you those Night before lust though I was flxln it up with Maine to 1ako a little run over to St Joo or up tot Milwaukee oil the boat When they let you ride all tiny on tho boat for a dollar a throw why thins where I cut in I1 freely Mitt they dont get my game at any o then summer resorts whore elegantbiiehthat telephone lox over there Then if you want anything to chow youve got goInone o them placet last summer 1 coin jncucod owln money to that hotel be fore I got olT the train If Im going to taken vacation mill tt Miller Id rather gut right out into tho country ont you like it in time coun try Well I aint dead sure about that I HPOHO the countrys nil right to a man thats lived there but you take HOIIIO wlso boy tint was brought up in town amid you throw him out on a furor and hes the worst ever Youve seen them UNCLE WATT boys around tho union station comln in with their rcd topped boots nnd high Imta and paper grips well when you pee them fallln Into conlholes amid belt snaked out by fake hotclrunucrs you youeYeti say there aint QUO af them thats knit the horrible tnkrkUlatr rare Chf ngatuetthata yellow clarinet In 24 hourB you can +i 4 mark mu down for n sucker They S cant spring none o that happychild X kooddaysdowuonthcf arm bus- hnestlw Ice rye boestaect1ll tell you ur didnt knew thatyou were ever ou ft rJtdMJIJQ1Jl IIWan there Nee all rigban Igor Je o5 tit throw cd auto me no hard that I was goodj and 4 sojre too your years ngo beforomyfatheidledmr r a little way from Galesburg wrote for mo to come down and visit em The old gentleman nuked me it I wanted tog nnd I said Sure thing In a min ute Id been rcndln them con storybooks nbout plckin flowers and gain flshln and dubbin around the woods out in the country unI thinks to myself This is a cinch Ill go down there and dazzle them jays So I went down there and a cousin o mine Spencer Ulauohard metmo at the train with n buggy and drove me out I gott there in time for supper and they all gate me the glad hand and jollied me up and I kind o thought that first night that Id be a warm proposition out there Well holy smoke about the time they got the dishes washed upI the uncle says to me I guess wed bet ter turn in What do you menu I says go to bcdSure thing says he Weve got to get all kinds of an early blurt in the morning I couldnt stand for that I put up n holler right at the jump I told cm I was just usually be ginnln to enjoy myself at nine oclock in the evening They said I could setup if I wanted to and then they ducked and turned in Yell sufTerin Cor ucliuH there was nothln to keep meI up I set out by the pump for a little while Hinokln mind liHtcnin to the katy lids gettln in their work and then 1 went in tho house and went to bed hut I couldnt get to sleep before midnight It seemed to me Id hoar poundinmy ear about ten minutes when somebody walloped me in tho back and hollered Gut up Well I set up in bed and ion est Miller this aint no kid It was dark outside Whats the trouble I says Is tho house on fire It was my Cousin Spencer that gave me the jolt in the back Its time to get up ho says I asked him what time it WOK 1and what do you think he snh17 This is on time level too He says Its past uv AitTtK MAIIH ur four When ho said that I didnt know what Lied of n combination Id struck I guess people out in tho country often get up that early in the summer time especially in the busy season said Miller Theyd never get mu up Ill tell you those only that fresh cousin of mine grabbed me by thu leg nUll pulled me out Oh lies a playful guy all right Well I putt on my clothes and went downstairs dead on my feet You set 1 was shy four or live hours sleep When they saw mo they nIl gave me n house laugh even the hired girl My aunt asked mu what time 1 got up when I was in town and I said never before seven oclock mend then they nil yelled again They seemed to think I wns wrong in my humid out there Every thing 1 loud or said they gave me tho haha Of course life in the city is much different Miller said Well I guess yes I know this town like n book I can begin at the first card and go through the duck but out there they lose me They hind mo look in like a Keub nit the time The wore one was tthe hired humid Ills name was Kilns I saw him up here the time of the worlds fair dodgln cable ears mad took in up at tho skyscrapers He was death lucky to get out o town without bavin his clothes liftedamid at unit I aint sure he dill Hut down at the Turin he was tho wise guy and I was time soft mark What do you think The sea ond day I was there I goes out into the Held where they was cuttin down time oats with ono o them bindin machines and Linn asked mo to go back to the burn null ask Uncle Mutt if ho hud a llefthanded monkeywrench How was I to know I aint up in monkey wrenches Gee I went drilliu back to the burn through the hot sun nn when I sprung the lefthanded monkey wrenOhon the uncle it made n horrible hit with him He hollered around till I got kind o sore Then he went Into the house nod told them and they all had itst about it Butt you ought o seen Lias when Jie came lu nt nwllt He was all swelled up over tho way ho turowed It into mac Hp thought he was n better comedian than Nut Good win Ho must a gone for two miles all around tcllln thnt monkeywrench story and n Iqt o the hands used to conto over and kid inc Theyd laugh an slop1 their legs nhdvaji Bjr JlngJ ThoyHha inc nary 1 useo to think It- uyreatJ ton thomxluttre to lash ft j1an j t because ho was from the country but dont you fool yourself them country people wont do a thing to n city guy If they ever get him out where they can take n good fair crack nt him It was all in fun though wasnt it asked Miller Oh sure they thought they were glvin me n good time There was a kid cousin 0 mine Itutherford Hayes Hlanchurd wouldnt thnt name frost youthnt jollied me into rldln bareback on one of the old peltcrs they had around time place I was up in tho nlr most o the time nnd after t got through rldin maybe you think I wasnt sore Thnt sumo kid took mo down to tho crick to go qwlmmln 1 burned tho skin pit my back got a peach of n stone bruise on my foot and while I wan in Lias an Spencer canto over an tied my clothes and undo mn up for n farmer but I couldnt play the part They used to make me try to hitch up the tenor with out anyone helpin and then theyd all stand around an hid me when I made mistaken I didnt know n whitllctreu tram a tug Then they had me milkin too I dont know whether youre on to it or not but if you try to ploy up to a cow on tho wrong tilde of her shes liable to make n sassy pass and land the knockout blow Well till first night they tool me out to mills they steered mu up against the bum side of time cow Im purty game myself nail I didnt wont to quit but she was too good for me She kept me busy for about live minutes and then I went to my corner anti said I hind enough Say the whole push hind been lemma on the case laughin at mu till they cried I guess they hind more fun around that place while I was there than they ever hind before I stood it for about ten days helpin em work in the ileitis gettin all tanned up null roiindln In to sup per every night smollln like n Inun dryand then I kind a figured It out tout farm life was too swift for me I kind o wanted to see the electric lights and the tall houses again So I Mild I wns gain They made an awful kirk for me to stay They knew they had a good thing Hut I broke away Then youre not fond of tho cOlin tryIts this way I wouldnt mind goln out for awhile If I could play myself oil as company but when it comes to bell ono of the family nit nltChlcngo Record BOON FOR SUMMER COTTAGES Thu Kvnr Frtnh unit IlMfiil pentad IK with IM AKiitn Denim is a material of great possibil ities It is being lined thl spring in nany new ways and the latest denims are mot artisticlooking fabrics They1 I may be bought In yellow sage green delft blue sleep red brown cream color and white I into a Mumped design which Is shier Moral or antique Tin mythical Pegasus is the most popular design this season Those denims aro Known ilK the art denims and cost 15 cent a yard In decorating country houses they may be used In a varietyI of ways Den bus may tithe the place of wall paper in ninny rooms nod us a carpet it is much to fro desired It will wear much better tthan n fillingI ami makes amt ex sensual background for rug For jxir tieres it Is nhviiM in demand Some of the new denim tnlilrrloMi are things of beauty The art denims only come a yard with and rm tin or dinary diningroom tablecloth is gen erally three or four yards wide 1It in ncccwtnry to have till strips of denim wwed together One tablecloth seen r t Gently WIIM made of yellow denim lime four yards which were used were fas tened together by yellow satin ribbon embroidered in a conventional design with heavy black silk floss In each corner a Pegasus in black was embroi dered nun tie cloth was Mulshed with a denim frill hound with narrow black satin rlbln- mlina sofa cushions In denim are seen In mummy new designs Sage green and delft blue cushions are time most popular Many1 have an em broidered design worked upon thorn or some appropriate quotation dcniuimEin usefulI In making clothespin aprons and for petticoats for outing wear it Iis mustsorvlcenhle Louis Itcpuhlic peg Atirrilnlp Oscar my iSewfoiinilland dog once brought home front Kdenmouth a wild tricks nest lilt of eggs which he hatched out When he conceived that the nestlings were of an npt age he earned them to the curling pout where ho superintended their education in swim ming When they grew up ho brought Mr a local sportsman whom ho often accompanied to the spot anti lams purpose obviously was to acclimatize wild ducks within easy distance and save the walk to the mouth of Kdeii This appeared to be good evidence of rudimentary reasoning powers in tho dog He was very fond of n cat mimed Peter whom he would often take out for long swims on his back when tho weather was flue Uiilucldly a storm arose one day Peter was wept over hodrl mid drthvned Oscar brpught Uio poor animal In dead burled hill above blgl voter mark erected a blScuH box to his memory and often visited the sepulchre wltlil offerings of bones An drew Loin In Longmans Mngn iiic jpTho average 1i gdof a1 dog ttII ten years but JhJsolatcrf canes the c aul Taimla uaYcTJccu lutqwiyg Uje 2V It t f TIME TO GO SLOW k Time McKlnley Iloomcn Haw leAched a Critical 1olnt Among the most sagacious of Mr Ilntts remarks bout McKInley and his canvass is his suggestion lint after time noise of the preliminary booming Is over there will be un Interval before the St Louis convention long enough for the delegates to cool oft mind do some calm timid serious thinking The republican conventions just held will complete substantially tho roll of delegates and unquestionably McKlu leys nomination will be proclaimed by leis boomers IIH a foregone conclusion On the face of the returns of delegates there IIs every reason to believe that it will look that way At any rate his nomination on the first ballot will IMS made to appear inevitable in the hope of silencing all opposition to him as futile and a political blunder in Uiosc who venture to make It The plan from thus first hUM IHHMI to rush him through and so fur lit eoneeriiK the state conven tions it seems to have worked pretty 8 u ccowi fully IIf the St Louis conven tion were to be held this week or next week it night go through to the end not ltvt satisfactorily Rut will the Induing continue to IMMMII during nil time weeks still remaining before thu actual assembling of the body that is to make time nomination That is another matter as MrI Platt suggests The delegates and tho rev publican 1pat will have time to do some thinking about the wlsxlom of going into the cauvam with a candidate as to whom the sober waist of the whole union humus the gravest douhta Time by s terics of time booming will give place to sane reflection The same may be wild of the Chicago convention It IK still fur enough olT to enable the democratic party to get lulu a reasonable frame of mind Itoforc it Is called to order The silver crowd hmo often before startled tore patty with tJielr intuiting of the tremendous dem onstrations they were shout to make in conventions and elections but when tore tine COIIICM for the fiillllliuent what humus been tore remit Instead of making progress and winning victory the sil ver faction hills gone steadily backward and downward mind hits encountered only defeat IEvery days delay Infore the Chicago convention will increase the probability that time silver demo nits will there be overcome Ifinally They mire fighting for a humbug which will not stand calm discussion- It is the same with the McKInleyitcs in Ute republican party They mire try hug to put up a humbug to IH run in a campaign of duplicity and false pre temtseN Y Slu- mPROMPTED BY GREED The MoKlnlcy HiithuolaHiii prlnci from oillIlIh IUllllnclll The cntliUMiaHmI for McKInley is a matter of neither brains nor heart It is not based upon admiration of the minis abilityor upon affection for one who makes tens of thousands regard him UK n personal friend It Is purely a mutter of the pocket It is based upon the belief among time IIIIISKCM tint llIIIIIt election in ISUI1olI for that mutter Cannons if dinnon hind hero appointed chairman of the ways meal mat l1I committee in lsUwlllj give them constant work with easy hours at high wugcK In short it rests upon the Itheory that the tariff in the moat important thing in the country and thxt the gm eminent can mark wage up or Iowa It in due to the spreading 111110111 the ignorant of the Idea that prosperity is to be determined bytutee The Miicccmfof n cainpi ign bns d upon 111 iinrciiMHiiiig enthusiasm of t hiIoIH11 must be followed by a tiHhillnsloniinj and a disappointment which will pro voke a tremendous revolution hi public yciitimcnU Thought fill republicans ii w with the greatest apprehension the prospect of Jlcir1 III Icys election It Is nut simply that nobody knows whor he stands on the financial I question now or how so weakkneed a person would stand If he should become president II Is still more because even If he wore sound on this Iwiiie he mull not possi lily satisfy till extravagant expects tints tint arc entertained of the effect of his election The enthusiasm for McKInley is due to the belief by the masses that lie will usher in the millen nium at anon on the Ith of March I8OT nnd their Indignation when they shut find how they muse boon deceived is something that Is dreaiied by many n republican who does not daze to resist the tlthX Y Pest- llilctnueyn V Iuk 1nht The opponents of McKInley have one advantage notwithstanding the majors great lead They have him oxx scd at his weakest point with a full month in which to exploit tumid hammer it Let the hammering bo maintained with tires Iless vigor and great things may yet be done lust as the constant dripping of time water wears away the stone so may n relentless nod Incessant attack upon McKinlcys financial views wear away his cohorts of votes ills present posi tion of silence upon the sliver question is so cowardly thnt to hold it for four long weeks must weaken his strength in the cast If hetloclaros for gold ho throws away the silver support he now receives In the west and If he dechircH for silver lib ruins himself nt a stroke Meanwhile the panicky feeling grp vrt flat to where he la nt The position in awkward aim cannot long be mnii 1tclubt t DISHONORABLE SILENCE j A Candidate and Iorty i oftreedThere Is much speculation as to the gucatioqbeingi4 etc nomination without committing himself upon the dangerous question of sliver Wo incline to the belief that lie cat The average delegate to that convention wilt represent tho hunger for office first and his own or his constituents convictions nftccward if nt all The platform of Senator Wolcott of Col orado for n silver pInt fornilf ho can thingis11 convention assembles Why should it be expected that this convention will reverse nil republican precedents Jby suddenly insisting upon principle ffrswliiid the otllccs aftJf i J1snK npop tar republican when ho1 exclaimed ii j 18SO What are we hero for but thW otlices A nrtythmit has fused with populism lo4dgcurejewcr In the south cm states that today holds the Inita I States senate by a similar fusion with 1 the cranks anti enemies of sound finance Is not likely to jeopard any electoral votes by insistence upon clear i afllrmation of the true principles of finance McKInley humus probably judged his party aright We have yet to learn otn J delegate or a delegation lost to him by his straddling Threats there have pen but threats hurt nobody anJ most of them have had a string at tachmciit Hilt with the people It will ho diRer eat The mistake McKIulcy iis making and his party Is about to make in nom j hint hug him is In assuming that the people like themselves are an organ lied greed for ofllco Mneteiithsof the people care nothing for the offices core little who holds then What they do cote what they have insisted anti will insist is that their president shall be a turn of convictions with tin courage of his convictions Mr McKInley will find tint the shibboleth of protection will not sat flee to bring the presidency to n man who dare tint sK ak his mind on tho greater question of finance Hili silence I of dishonor will IK brokenby tho death knelt of his hopes Albany Argis ANOTHER SHOT FROM REED v Theo Miilnc Mini Again Show Ilia Con tinit for MclUnloy u Speaker Heeds disappointment hit to canvass for the republican nomination jhumus given a keen edge to his natural j of He made McKlnsharpness tongue tt ley chairman of the ways and means t committee of the house which framed 3 the socalled MeKinloy bill and mnda 1 the Ohio man a presidential possibility j Now MeKinloy hiss unmade him an a candidate iced feels thai the fates have been unkind and that McKinley lens been unvv justly favored 1 iced sjxke a day or two ago about Y McKInley being n straddlchiig stet ring to the lathers attitude touching T the money iwmo Later teed told n ivininiseriiee with as much pertinence MeKinley hind been advertised as the f advance agent of prosperity Wlmt Ifeeil thinks of this Is inado plain In this story Advance ligent of prosperity saM he Ihimpli when I was n boy tIll nd j vmice iigiiit of the circus would go jjij through tIlt country and cover the sides J of barns tad the fences with till moat 1 gorgeous posters of what the clrctii ii would be There would lx a long pro j IKiiiii of knights in gold and silver armor mind ladles bedecked In silks and J diamonds mounted on beautiful Arabl fe an steeds There would be lunge ele pliant tigers lions en aid n hippo 1 potamiiKis and such enough to stock aJTi wilderness J When time circus came It was the mullllltthold onerlu affair with one a measly flope ired slabHided elephant m a mangy lion pnd n onehumped cnineLji a It never came up to till slaw bills but there was always at least one first chaser acrobat who could ride two horse atonecX Y World POINTS AND OPINIONS Mannas fat Luis been very JUC- lISNIIII In greasing time axles of thoMw Kinky hind wngollSt Louis Uepub jj- lk Mark llanna can do Mnj McKlnv toy a grout deal of good by keeping slightly more In the background Iowa State 1cgister Rep MrI McKInley is already tanking cabinets mind there Is no law to pre vent but tiers Is an old adage about eggs in pointSt Paul Globe Imagine McKinley omtei campaign1 tour this full declaring to the people from the tall of n parlor emir 1 his nothing to HnUtleu Observer Hoed might accept the nomlns tlon for vice president on the ticket wltli Morton hilt not on n ticket with tit younger emu in vigorous heiilth Cbfc raga Chronicle i Time Cardiff Giant like MeKinley kdlltitstalking filth the imposture was expose illlher1rendal counting chickens 1cfqrq tliby bntchedl Diilroit FfeeI r its a- r t I bJ ff I 40i w 0 Q m p f f t 1i1 4 THE FARMING WORLD THE TREES WE PLANT Grander Monuments Than Thoie Carved froth UcnU flrunlto If he bo ft benefactor of his race who causes two blades of grass to grow tthoro only one blade grew before how much more must ho benefit the world vvlio plants that which shall continue to grow 111 beauty null in strength rind become of still greater benefit to the world na the yearn go onl There la something grand and something snd In the planting of a tree It U grand because it is n benefit bestowed upon and A tabor performed for those who shall conic after UK it is bad because our own eyes shall Riot sec the results of the work we do And who may know tho unmeasured good tho planting of n single tree may do As time goes on and the slut smiles upon it and tho clouds weep over It and gentle winds caress it it shall spread out its leafy hands to ward heaven as in prayer and bo to every heart a thing of beauty and n joy forever The birds stint build their nests among its branches and 1111 the palpitating air with melody beneath its cooling shade when summer suns shine warm tho laugh of children shall resound the sturdy tread of manhood blmll be heard and the tottering steps of tho aged shrill loiter there Per haps upon tho soft green carpet be neath Its shade fond lovers shall plight their troth the happy birds shall laugh out beneath Its trembling leaves in very joy to be alive and love Per haps too beneath its shade grown wide and deep there may be dug some day a grave in which shall He in dream less sleep tho beautiful trod good Then shall the tree ward winters storms fund summers heat from oil that grave and bend BH in perpetual benediction above time silent dead And so I through the chills of mutiny winters and the heats of many summers the tree we plant today shall tremble in the wind rind glisten in the sun while generations cosmic and pass on to return no more it shut year by year renew its vigor mad live on Grander than nay dead granite is the more lasting monument of a living tree sweeter than nay chltrclcd words is the rustling of its loaves better than too lifeless formula Micro lies the body Is the fact that nomuwhcro thieve lives a tree that some hand now per haps slits for It only dust planted long long ago that till living might re joice in its beauty mind worth Orange Judd Farmer SIMPLE TREE PLANTER Used with SIHCIMH In Hotting Out 1ctir and Plum Trcrs I send a sketch of a device I use in planting trees on North View farm It may be useful to your renders 1 in TnnC rtATiiIt vented it lost fall nil used it in setting out pear mind plum trees A A mire holes to stake planter flown B D hinges d latch Place C around take and stake down at A A Turn end C back over stokes A A Dig tho hole place time tree in hole turn latch as dotted line indicates get treo UCougdonIn White Spcrki In flutter 1itonistsuys1hWhiteI ripening of till cream Souse of the cream has whcyed oft and decom posed and the casein huts gathered in clots end the whey has separated front the cream These dotH of curd will thb1ttlruponthemGlentclcunlnrfJllnlng even in creameries there mire ttines Wuii these colorless clots form nnd the cre0dmInto foundinmaturetooweakens listhat It requires two 01 three vean to 10 toterTrlutmhig makes the fruit of n much i nulltt1lbftca hnrl1 to lbt Q nv trCeio =byInbearing HANDY FARM BOILER Almost Indispensable hen good Is Of tea Dolled tor Stock kcttlelayborlously aboilertheboilertbohcnlestupon tho of time cnnbeat ono end uml n lip at the other BO that It be ortubsnwnytocover sets upon the top when over the fire If tho boiler Is to be used out of doors It should be made of galvanized iron to verylargethe middle of the opening in the brick work to support time bottom of the loll er This arrangement will be found exceedingly convenient where food In often boiled for stoekN Y Tribune THE MUCHABUSED CROW Wltnt lie Dues for time 1urm unit tho ruriiirrn Crop If farmers would mike n study of natural history and its bearings on their property the relation of hawks to their lien coops for Instance there would bo better paying crops The Year Hook of time depart men t of agriculture tells about cow blackbirds and what they cat About 2300 of their stomachs have been examined I amid of these 2258 contained food Time birds were 1 hilled in 2R states Forty eight per cent of the food was animal 15 per cent vegetable and four per cent was mineral The blackbird hits n variety of things it eat The animal food says the report consisted of Insects spiders myria pods thousand legs era+vllsh earth worms Howbugs liair snakes snails fishes tree toads salamanders newtis lizards snakes birds eggs anti mice To these might brave been added young birds lisp east up by the tide minnows caught while swimming In shallow wn tel and probably meat and carrion of various kinds Most of tin animal food is of course insects These constitute 10 per cent of time total the other two pOI coat being the larger things like juiceibe animal food Is taken most lyl in the summer In time winter tho food Is inotttlyl vegetable matter Time Insects the bird kills more than make up time damage he daN especially as his nest robbing appears to he only an incidental habit nut often indulged in A large Hock of the birds would of course destroy a lot of grain Seine 50000 would emit about 1000 pounds a limy but they would consume ns many insects which would moro than they stroy time amount time bird does BOGUS BUTTER DOOMED Tltn Ircnili Krpulilln Auras Wur Awilint- Artlllvliil ComiiuNltloiiN Time French chamber of deputies hits passed u very stringent measure with n view to preventing fraud In time sale of butter lad In the event of the senate indorsing the bull it seems as if It will bo impossible to palm off oleo or nay other composition us being time genii ine article It is mimetic Illegal for deal ers in butter to keep oleo for snit or vice versa the fraudulent compositions are only to he sold at places especially assigned by the municipality each town Moreover nil boxes firkins or other pnekels containing oleo must bear the word margarine in large characters nnd n full description must be given of the elements employed In making the composition In the retail trade nil oleo sold must be placed in bug on the outside of which is to be found n description of the article with the name amid address of the vender Full authority is given to Inspectors to enter butter factories amid shopn and thud take specimens for analysis In event of the specimens bolng found pure tho cost will be borne by the state The penalties for an infraction of the new law will vary from six tints to three months Imprisonment nnd n fine of front 20 to 1000 while In the event of convicted n sec beingtime same person ond tlmo within n year time maximum hue will always be imposed There will also be n heavy flit Imposed on persons who place hindrance in the wny of tho Inspectors lrlID fork In In IMiiwml This county Shrills nn enormous unmeant of pork abroad yet there is n good market hero for leaner pork It has been demonstrated that n hog with proportion of Jean meat can bl ti largo produced just as economically ns ono that Is excessively fut by feeding Toro rtitlons Not oJy wiljthenitrogenous lciimtih 3g attain fullyns hcnvyyciiKt is mine fed exclusively oa corn but will bum of bettor quality aud command aII higher price I M M iiif1fof BACKACHE bFromPow people havo suffered moro from wdn In tho back than Mrs LUBe B Newell ot NOS31B Becond Avonuo Now York City For several years sho was BO afflicted wlui Uils distressing malady that sho was hardly able to get around and could do little to caro for her children which rondo her suffer leg all tho murder to bear Her husband Charles Newell who ta a wellknown Now York optician trial In every way to Shad a remedy for ilia wife but no medicine Bccmcu to havo tho power to remove her pain Mrs Glynn a sister of Mrs Nowell Is a profosslonil nurse and was familiar with tho symptoms of her slstora sickness Mrs Nowoll woa away on a visit when a reporter called upon her but Mrs Glynn who liven nt No 410 Hast Ono hundrettt auutwcntloth Street toM tho story of her sisters re covoryA was called when Mrs Nowclls condition became serious and ho prescribed small pluk pills which iu a short limo 10 llnml limo t rtrt nm no other mcdl clue hiss dono After awhile Mrs Glynn told tho reporter wo learned that thomcdl clue tho physician was giving my sister was nothing moro than Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People Knowing by experience how excellent a remedy these plus were Mrs No well bought some at n drug store anti continued taking them Tho effect was most gratifying forum six months my sister was perfectly well and tho pain In her back was nothing moro thou an unpleasant mom t- ory Doth tmo rind I havo recommended tho Plait Pills to other people who have not fulled to find thorn all that Is claimed AU doctors my sister had been treated by before taking tho pills had done her no apparent good Pink fillsare sold In form by the dozen or hundred atWccntaa box or nix boxes for tJW and may bo had of all 1nugISl8 or lllrcct by mall from Ir i iNsold makes n course of treatment Inoxpcn Blvo as compared with other remedies or medical treatment- Tin monasteries of Abyssinia it is I said probably contain copies of tho scriptures moro ancient than any preR served In Europe Tim Alexandrian library probably at ono than contained tho earliest copies of tho writings of tho apostles and It Is believed In sonic quarters that when the Arabs took Alexandria 040 these scriptures may have been carried away for safety to tho Inaccessible monasteries of Abya slnln and that there thoy 11e and moulder to this very tiny YELLOWSTONE PARK COLORADO Iononally Conducted tours Tho llurltngton Route will run flvo per sounlly conducted tour during tlio summer to Colorado and YollowHtono Pnrk Tho dates nro Juno 23 July 7 July 14 July 11- and July ta Wrlto rorlllustratAllatmlblo of tho Iark nnd honk of tho tours L W WAKKtKYUou 1aas AgtSt Lout GAIT fr ploasos mom when wo aro as sured that ft does not cover carelessness Mine do Steel FITS stopped fro by Dr Klines Great Norvo Restorer No HIM aflurllntlduyiiiuo Marvelous euros Treatise anti Id trial hot tlo free Dr Kllno WH Arch St 1lilla Pu TURKU Is nothing of which men are HO fond and withal so careless as lifoOru Vera PUDS Cram Is tho mcdUIno to break up- ehiltirens Coughs mind Culll14lJIIR XI U IJLUNT Hpniguo Wash March 801 Oaiun r hove however rated as the chief passion of tho liiunun heart in but n poor de pendant a retainer upon other passions admiration gratitude rnspoct esteem pride In the object Mrs liichbuld MoNnrlsahanilmnldonlf thou Icnowcst to use U u mlslrusu If thou kuowest not Horace OlIn humanity were a poor thing but for tho divinity that ntlrn within us Uacon Braun life whore you will It Is Interest ing Uoctho nrlxtoni yourtlofte AN angry moon IB again angry with him self when ho has returned to rumtsoulub lies SyruH e Talc man who 1Iu 011 com brend at homo cotnplulns most of time plo when ho gu m abroad Toxnn Hroticlio tirapoohArtIsI mostllholtHt Paul Ploneerlross CiwisTUNiTr cominandn us to pans by IniurlcH policy to lot them pasts by UH Fraukllii Puovmerxcl cOllcoatls itself in tho details of human affairs Imt becomes unveiled In tho gonornlltluH of ldstoryLamnrtino ArrncTTATiox counterfeits thoso oxcollendos which are placed atUiogroatcnt dlrttanco from possibility of atUilmnunU Johnson A scar way to olTond a politician In to present hIm whim a butch or h II nntoconTon tlon prcdtctloiiH after tho convention Al toona Nows VisiTon Johnny do you cvor got any good marks at sohoolt JolUluytl Yxo m but I cant show oin Cfncrunun Enquirer e DONT you know It Is wrong to fish hero on private J1OURlllll 1Vo11 sir time lino must bo drawn somowhoro1onkors Statesman WAIKKU Er when you run Into a man tho odor Is an likely to ROt tho worst of It as tho pedestrian Unl hoiI Wheolor You bet ho 1111I The last follow I mil Into only lost n front tooth while I unit four spokes broken nail my sprocket wrenched all out of tntol Cincinnati inquirer RnAUT Jane dear said Mr Bob betor to hia wife n8 they sat down In the theater your lint Is entirely too high tlWulllIput that lint In my lap lioxvnm 1 going to ace over ltdtfarpera Bazar Catarrh Catmet lie Cured With LOCAL AlTLlCATlOXt M they eaaaot reach the scat of the disease Catarrh Is a constitutional disease and in order euro It you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and nets directly on tho blood wd mucous lt1faces Halls Catarrh Cure IB not a quack medicine Itwas pre5crlbel by ono or too boat Physician lu thus countJy for years and Is a regular prescription It Is com combinedIproducescuringCatarrhF J CIIBNRT Co Props Toledo 0 Bold by druggists prtice Tbc- 11a11a Pmnlly Pills ore time best improvementhoyou of tho mortgage that ho has put on tlio Improvement ft Y Advertiser mar Whoa tho Nun Broexe Blows through tho trees most of us who can seta oft for a country jaunt Fewer cross tho Atlantic Whether It is business or pleasure calls ono from homo Hostel ters Stomach Bitters In tho best accom paniment of a voyage or an outing Yachts men sea captains commercial travelers and emigrants concur In this opinion Tho Butters Is unrivalled for bilious malarial dyspeptic or liver disorder Ann you an ofllceholdort said ono man another No I work for a living Pittsburgh ChromcloTolcgraph All Western IIrIU Lands The Corn HeW la time natno of an illustrated monthly nowepuporjiubliBliod by Uio Chicago Qulncy 11 It It aims to give information In un interesting way about tho farm lands of time west Bem ycents In poslatro stamps to tho Corn Jolt2- OJ Adams St Chicago and time paper will sent to your address for ono year Miss BWCETIY How did you know 1 was going to wear my hair curled1 this oven lug Pluinnu11i1 saw It lit time pat mere this iuornlngBrooklyn Life ON EverTeiitisVby do you always a poor partner at whlstl Bo Unit wo can understand tack others mishaps Detroit Free Press0 = =tom = 0 t Hosts of people go to work in r the way to cure a J t tit 11M f2et us oJ t 1f Ii Gladness Comes With a better understanding of Ute nature of tho many phmysg leaf ills which vanish before proper ef forta gentle ofTortn plcaBantofforta rightly directed There Is comfort bi tho knowledge that so many forms ef sickness are not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to a constipated condi tion of tho system which the pleasant family laxative Syrngof Figs prompt ly removes That Is why tis the only remedy with mllllonsof families andls everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health ltd beneficial effects are duo to tho fact that itia the one remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It is therefore aU Important In order to got Its bono tidal effects to note when you pur chase that you have tho genuine arti cle which is manufactured by the Call fornia Fig Syrup Co only and sold by druggistsIfof good health and time system la regular laxatives or other remedies arc then not needed If afflicted with any actual disease ono may bo commended to tho most skillful physicians but if in need of n laxative ono should have tho best rind with this wellinformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest and IR most largely I used and gives most general satisfaction Old age comes early the clothes that arc dragged up and down over the washboard Its ruinous Nothing else uses them up so thoroughly and I so quickly This wear and tear that tells so on your pocket to be stopped Get some Pearl ineuse it just as directedno soap with it andsee how much longer the clothes last and how much and quicker the work is Pearline saves the rubbing grocer you somethingdace La iuoncstrmd 16t tala Nsw Yank II Judgment III I I 11 PLUG Hi The umpire now decides that C BATTLE AX ttis not only decidedly bigger in size than any other 5 cent piece of tobacco but the quality is the finest he ever saw andI the flavor delicious You will never know just how good it is until you try it r tttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt vrong rSPRAIN4woes St scabs Ot1rrwhw 1M- I to ought easier youOCIIUyourIt WNIKYbsbhsesrrml 1NakseM OPIYnd iig II a ntettsTt stusTr wl i- A N 1S J t I 1 tnsltff tclKtrlrsrtrwrwillrwmlrJr ttliist p f t+ s sise bit JirsM iii-Ms i Ii tMd 1z i i1 e t I i vr5 r rr r c T t sn aVe 5 da I I I LiJf A111 ll ERALD f 1 E1000KI tEditor 11 E IA1IOIT Buliisi uorF M lseeclate Editor HAZEL GREEN KY A THURSDAY Juno 18 1890 ANNOUNCEMENT Port nnrriT CIKRK lYe nrc authorised to announce CIIAS T BYRD of Campion alR oniiiliilnto for tin office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the notion of tho Demo erotic party CAHIlSIiS O1IOST z Fen 2 1878 TUB coxsn RACY WHICH BEKM8 TO HAVE tTOJIMEI HERB AND IN KUllOlIi TO 1 RTJIOY 11V LEGISLATION AND OT1IEUWI81 t FROM TIIIIKIJBBVBXTHS TO ONE 11AI I THE METALLIC MONKY OP Tin WOULD 18TIIBM08TOIOASTICOK TillS on ANY OTHER AOE TlIBCON8UMMA liON OF SUCH A SCHEME WOULD UITI MATBIiY ENTAIL MOPB MISERY tTlON THIJ HUMAN KACE TItAN ALL Tim IIMTILENCE AND FAMINE TIIAr IVE- CCURRru IN TIII HISTORY 01 TillI WORLD JOHN G CARLISLE Candid gold standard men like exSen alor Blair admit freely that there nro a great ninny silver men in tho east Tbi farmers of New York and New Eoglan- gat I as poor prices for their products a11 tho farmers of Ohio Indiana Kentucky antI West Virginia do They HUlfer theii proportion of unjust taxatiun to pay the interest on bonds issued to sustain an unnatural anti ruinous redemption policy There are thousands of people east as well as west who hnvo been made io n by tho policy which has made rich nac richer Enquirer It isl said that a bold buccaneer who tried to hold up two ladies in the moun tams of Eastern Kentucky while they woro on their way to the nearby crops roads store was right badly fooled One of the good women was n farmers wife who was used to yanking the big year ling calf at homo around by tho ear She knocked tho pinto out of tho road agents hand and proceeded to beat him with a club that Will twinging on h saddle Tho fellow took to his heels and1 has not been seen in that neighborhood1 since All such Hcnundrcls nro cowards and only need n show of courage to put them on tho run Ihe industries continue to thrive allover the state and that too in tho face of tho fact that the calamity howlers are predicting in tho wildest ort of way that tho country is bound thundcrwarda Them nro ninny now cntorprfcoH that will bo ready for business in n short while nnd ninny others duo in course of construction Theso nro evidences that tho capitalists and citizens are willing to stay in this country nnd risk chances for a little while longer Several unusually large factories and plants will ho con struotcd in Kentucky during tho year It is mighty hard to shako tho faith of n loyal Kcntuokian Secretary Carlisle in his statement to the bond investigating committee made ono proposition that was very strong mill as truthful as it was strong lie showed clearly that tho drain on tho treasury gold began under Republican administration i that tho reserve was falling below tho 100000000 mark when Mr Cleveland wee inaugurated Of course tho Harmon policy should have been reversed There does not seem to bo any defoimi for either administration Tho Republican lenders have no ground for abusing tho Cleveland administration for Issuing bonds for they will do pre cisely tho same thing if they get into power under tho single gold standard policy Tho only hope of n reform of tho finances Is in tho Democratic party on a frcb coinage platform andI with n r candidate for president who will bo true to tho cRuKOCln Enquirer Proverbs Revised to Date An nd in time will often save thcburlI ness Dont count your chickens before you advertise A good advertisement is better to be chosen than grunt riches Tho better tho ndvertisemcutlho bet ter tho day Au ud iu the newspapers id woith two in the circular I t lie advertises best who advertises lMi4et 4ay I I I J Y iii Democratic Mass Ooavantlon The Democrats of Wolfo county met In moos convention at tho court house in Campton lost Saturday AT Combs was elected permanent chairman and C T Byrd chosen permanent secretary The committee on resolutions consisting of J A Taulbee II F Pieratt C C Fulks J11 Evans J Mort 1arid lowing J II Stamper jr reported SwltngoIII Resolved that wo endorse time as framed by tho Into state at Lexington Resolved that we tho Democracy of Wolfe county in convention assembledI do instruct our delegates to the district convention to bo held at Beatty ville on the 18th inst to use all fair and honorable menus to secure the nomination of Spen cer Cuopcr of Hazel Green ds candidate for congress Mr Cooper withdrew from the race for congressional honors which necessi toted further action It was then resolved to instruct the delegates for W n Lykins ns long a his name was before tho convention to secure hU nomination But in the event I said Lykins is defeated in said BeattyvilleI convention they are hereby instructedI to cast the vote of Wolfo county for U M Beckner of Clark county and use nilI honorable moans to secure his nomina 4lion ttResolved that the following be np palatal ns delegates to tho Boattyville convention to bo held Juno 18 ISOG J A Taulbce J II Stamper jr J M Swango A T Combs John II Evans II F 1ieratt S 3ICutt C C Hanks Qeo Irakc Win Bush Weed Conglelon IclllorndThonn Tutt jr U A Knsh Dr II II Stnmpar Tno U Hobbs Arberry Brooks II N Horton Chan Byrd Sam Hobb A F Byrd Mike OHair J M Toatcr The resolutions were adopted unani m usly It was also agreed that the broughtnAdjournedSigned A T COMIIS Chairman CHAH T BYRD Secy rIn county chairman of Wolfe county rolled tho convention to order in tho courthouse of Wolfe county Juno 1H 18HG and also certify tho list of delegates here III named were legally and duly appoint ed by said convention and tho only con vention hold in said court house C C HANKS Chm W C I8JrL 1C41mI roN WcipuCo KY Juno 13 181115 Pursuant to n call of tho chairman of tho Democratic committee of Wolfe county tho Democrats of Wolfo county inlet in mass convention by theI directionI of tho chairman at the Masonic hall in Campion The meeting was called to order by C C tanks county chairman who explained tho object of the meeting to bo for the purpose of selecting tide gates to represent Wolfe county in theI Tenth congressional district convention to bo held at Beattyville June IS 1811tj to nominate a Democratic candidate to bo voted for at tho November election ISDn to represent wild district in tho congress of time United Stales W B nun elf was elected chairman and E T Knsli secretary J F VuiiHant then ollerod the follow lug resolutions to wit Hesulved 1 Whereas we tho Demo crats of Wolfe county believe in Democ racy ns advocated by TcHbrson mend Jack son believing such to bo tho best inter est ot the people i Resolved 2 That we tho Democracy of Wolfo county endorse the action of the IKentucky state democratic conven tion in declaring for the free sand unlim ilcd coinage of sliver at the ratio of HiI to 1 also tho endorsement of lion JJ C S Blackburn for tho presidency Ilcsolvcd 31 That the delegates of tints county bo and they nro instructed to cast tho vote of Wolfe county in the Bcattyvillo convention which meets at Realtyvilla 18th of lime 18110 for Hon W B Lykins of the county of Morgan for congress nod to use all honorable means to secure his nomination and in tho event that his namo is withdrawn or dropped that tho delegates east tho rote of Wolfe county for lIon Thos Turner of Montgomery county as long as his name is beforo tie convention i nnd if his none is withdrawn ur dropped tho voto of Wolfe county shall IJenst for T Y Fitzpatrick of Floyd county and under no circumstances cast tho vote of Wolfo county for n gold standard tuna I Resolved I That Tint J C Lpkin ULsiVantwnt A B Lnudrum J Ml Rope mill Gcerge Oliver benndnr Ikorvby sip r NervesArt the Meuenytrs of SnJttbtl TelegroFl System of time human body Nerves extend from the bruin to every part of the holy and reach story organ Nerves are Ilk+ lire good servant but tan nnntm Norvos are fit by tlw blood and are ttorafor like It In clmntetar Norvos will I weak call exhausted U thu nmLMod tot thin IIiIc UM Impure Nerves will sorely be strmif and steady 1 11tJI blood 14 rich red sold vigorous Nerves amt x true frkmt InI Hoods SarsnjK- rllla Lrawse It make rich tad blood wellIthe bmln I13 unclowlrti there are no iitntralgte thins an rtite and dlgwj list are good wlien you take iHoodsSarsaparillaT- he Ont True moot Purifier All druggists St rrepared only y C I lia1 d Co Lowell Matt stheiKit family catliartK HOODS PillsI amlllvcr stimulant 25c 11 intod delegates to represent nnd CHS the vote ot Wolfo county in said convcn lion and they are instructed to veto ns t unit on other questions arising bcforf said convention as a majority preset E may determine- C C hulks altered the following reso lotions HA H substitute for the foregoinj resolutions Resolved 1 Thnt tho delegates band they lire instructed to cast the vote of Wolfe county for W H Lykins ant I to use all honorable means to secure hi nomination Resolved 2 That in the event the name of W UI Lykins is withdrawn 01r dropped then tho vote of Wolfo county to bo cast for Hun W M Heckncr olr Clnrk county The voto boint taken on said subali Yetsr tag voted against said substitute and iit was decided lust Tho vote was thenI taken on the original resolution and nI majority of those present and voting voted for said revolutions and thwere declared by tine chairman adopted 1r1 A Taulliee immediately sifter tho convention was organized put the namo of Spencer Cooper before nuid con volition mid moved that ho Cooper be declared by acclaniHlion the choice of the Democracy of Wolfo county to reI resent said district in the congress of the United States Tine vole being taken on Raid motion it was uminimouKly adopted Ion W O Mie then addressed the chair and rend the following viz Juno ta 1181H IIUon C C hunks chairman Wolfe county Democratic committee and fel low Democrats So mo time ago urged by many friends personalandI political andI especially by those in my county I an nounced my candidacy for the exalted position of a seat in congress subject to the action of tine 1Democracy of the Tenth district I have minutia no unmanly ellort or breathed word to bring the cause of Democracy into ain conic and have been Mattered by tine proffered support of ninny earnest honorable men especially those who sire working and lighting for the cause of free sliver When I announced my candidacy as n free silver advocate that issue seemed unpopular hilt Itsi cause has triumphed mead today is the unchallenged platform of the states De mocracy upon which a united party stands moving on to certain victory a source of rejoicing to every true Democrat Yen Ire aware of my eflbrt in the past and my ambition at tho present to advance the interest of Eastern Kentucky known as tho mountains to benefit my people is over and above any emoluments of ollice I cnn tot surrender the work of years spent to build up u representative mountain paper for even tine honor of a sent in congress if tendered to me by the piety I lovo Therefore to tho county and district through you I dosire to withdraw my candidacy pledging to tho nominee of tho district convention the hunrty support of the llAKt OltHlv HKUAID Vary respectfully SiKNOKii Coonsn On motion adopted tho convention adjourned i Attest W U Dun ChmIK T KASII Sec Sure to Win I The pooplo recognize and appreciate real merit That is why Hoods Sareapn rilln hat tho largest salon in the world Merit in medicine means the power to cure Hoods Sarsapnrill1 curo8nbso lutely permanently euros It is tho One inm JUooil 1nriMr its superior merit is on established tact aunt merit wins f Floods Pills sire easy to take easy to operate Cure indigestion headache I 1 GREATEST CLOTHING SALli I tISTHE HISTORY OF TIlE TRADE COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 41 I IJ11I1Continuing Until Closed Out The s Largest and 8 Best Stock 8 of 8 Clothing in Kenluekky I HEGAllDLIvSS OF VALUE REGARDLESS OF COST REGARDLESS OF PRICE We do not care wlmt pricey competitors will take pert1I I t COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR S7501 TIIWhonI suitecolorguaranteedLMJ11 JJSCORrril1 B I 101Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale which con1tfI 1 1 001cussill1oroj You Never Did You Never Will Buy Goo Clothing At These PricesJl u1sL J this Sfr1aua1 lEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON PHo PRRIS KY ROSE IAVISoPltACTICAI 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY Homo vii R 1UIj 1 1IS1 vote work is respectfully so- licitedPIFRArS 1i LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY il H F PIERATT Proprietor1 C2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUf Special care taken of teams for COJ1lJJ1r dial Travelers Parties conveyed to any 11p10 on liberal torins Patronage of till public spectfully solicited II F PIEKATjV rrrrr J IXTIEii- 99fCtII IX tiIl CJJltfdl1tt IIJNFtDC or Cq1DIATt NeiDIkQ nilE pq HJr7lJJ1Jfll6l i oJ flEtolillllWUE II bt lhi UA Ii LIIMhLSJfilll 1QeIY THE COUNTRY MEHTSON C TlIlQVEoVHNA1lkfE r rJ flj1tJ blt VLSIP iiPP c 0 Fh I f IlJifl i 1 ME HERALD Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings 0Frank Stewart of Cincinnati spent Sunday at the DRY House C C Hanks of Cumpton was hero laat Tuesday on business Born le the wife of Loren Stumper onI Juno 10 n girl Dr Tnulbce attended II t Rev J 11 Scott will hold services a t Daysboro nt 3 oclock Sunday afternoon Mrs H 1 1icratt is visiting her s5 Is tcrinhnv Mrs Fannio Thomas nt St Helen Frank Hopkins and T Y Fitipntrick f of Floyd wore guest nt the Day H us Tuesday night Tho Republican masA convention u Campion last Saturday instructed to J W Langley T W Hudgins Chas M Kysor nn Frank Thomas wero guests of tho Day House this week M H Courtney and OAllolI of Wisconsin rcgiutured at tho Day Moats during the past week Reese Oldfields son whoso illness wn last week reported in those column i now rapidly improving X L Waro has begun tho erection of a nest cottage on the lot recently pur chased by him from W O Mize The members of the fair association aro requested to meet at the fairgrounds on Saturday Juno 27 at 1 oclock p m Taken in time Hoods Sarwipamla prevents serious illness by keeping the blood puio and all the organs in a healthy cot dition Spencer Cooper editor of Tin HIM AM and his better j are in BeaU villo taking in tho convention and visitim friends Elder J T 1icratt left ystcrday morning for Powell county where ho expects to hold a number of revival j meetings Dont forgot thedates of the fair August 25G 27 and 28 and make nil preps rations to have it superior to any hold1 in this section before Our young lady riders should now begin practicing the art of riding with grace andease The fair association ofII fers a premium for the best equestrienne Harry B Maupin representing iCed Peebles fc Co Portsmouth Ohio inter viewed our merchants the lira part of the week anti was registered at the Day House r Soineof the recent guosts at tin Swnng- Springs Hotel are Dr 1 11 Carpenter S C Carpenter and wife Millersbnrg John T Dreuan Carrn and Charley E Lalley Peed Ky Henry L Oodsey who has beets visit lug his parents here for tho past two weeks left for Danville this morning whence he returns to Washington DO 1to resume his duties The Hazel Green fair association has issued n poster giving tho premium list Tho catalogues will be ready in a short time and you can get one by addressing Willie II Pieratt secretary Elder Dunegau asks UK to announce that ho hoe appointments at the new church on Hollon tho fourth Saturday night and Sunday morning following Also on the first Saturday night in July and Sunday following at Sandfiold W J Cole who was rniIInear White Sulphur Montgomery county and who moved from there some 0 years ago to Piko county Indiana passed through here Thursday en route to his old homo in Virginia He has n wife and livo children and they had 2 wagons and four horses Lewis Drawer who lives on tho Isaac Murphy farm on tho Murphy forkof Oraajy had the misfortune to loso all of his household eftocls on Monday evening by fire Mr Urewer was at work on his ongagedInpoor peoplo and anything donated to them will boa charitable deed and Christ like in love James Reeves who married n Miss Hall who has relatives in Floyd county and who has been in Cass county Mo for two years past passed through hero countyhnvlngj 1I Ron with his wife and child for eight weeks Jjp saws no matter where n man 14 bors if 10 bhoulvl aurry u Ilctuuuky t woman ho has to carne to Kentucky sooner or later or the woman will come Without him x It hits been said that farmers are a class of grumblers and faultfindcra that are never so much at home as when taking n crack at creation but this is untrue and unfair the farmer has innch to contend with that tho man in town has never drcamofl of AS a worry or set back and ho doesl well to grumble no moro than he does llecnuso a few weeks ago tho farmers were wishing for ruins and I toIr 1b never contented This is also untrue1 find a crop of wh nt corn or ant I I ruined by either drouth or wet weather I feeII bad settled aroundiI his immediate neighborhood anti ho carI not be blamed for wishing that tho cone ditions orlTheLThe L Park hotel at Torrent will Ihave ra grand opening on Saturday and Sunday next nt which time Messrs Day h theirItpower to make things pleasant for their guest Excursions will bo run over th jI L Broad from all stations On Tuesday Juno 27trill be another gala groundThochurchlit exscuraion f ngsI to Torrent Ileaving Preston at 7 and MtI Sterling at 80II m returning in the evening Any one out wishing to carry dinner can get it at tho 14lurl Hotul for fiO cents Should it rain there iis ample shelter for the crowd A royalt outing for a day fur SI1 fur the round- trip I timid three hours at Torrent to view the beautiful scenery A little twoyear old son of Charley the11IIllIth teetltloosened He also hail n gosh an inchI cheekbijr Had the horso kicked him Mjuarely in the head he would have killed him Bicycle riding is no great fad among time people of the mountain1 but the fair association with a view to promoting the healthful pastime IIIltol otlored a parse of sir divided into two moneys for n bicycle race on the afternoon of the third day of the fair Everybody should come and witness the sport Miss Iota Swango daughter of 4BSwango of Swango Springs and Mrs1 Sun ford Carpenter of Millerslmrg ac companicd by Charles E Tnlley nf 1eid made an agreeable cull at Till Iliiiun olllce Tuesday afternoon Thetuo lust j unwed Hotel are guests at the Swango SpringsIII The Morgan county delegates 11I1l111 minroute to the llealtyvillo convention Among tho number wo noticed Judge 0 W Mclvciizie1 County Attorney I W Rose Sam Wheeler Coon Womaok JJ Keb KewUII San ford Davis and J 1P- llaney jI John II Rose had the misfortune to strike the thumb of his loft bund yes j terday morning while pimping a horn1 severely Iinjuring the member by nearly knocking the nail nil Ho will be on the retired list for several days III cvn sequence AVo liuvo ovoV Six HUMJKKD Dor IAIIS duo UH ill subscriptions jjoltl work and advertising Wu 1111- 1tw money and must luivo n set lenient If you havent tho mono to pay up bring UB hums ohickiMi corn oats wood hay or almost anything n family can use to ad vantage and wo will make IIrI rangcMiuMitH for Bottling OlltRllh1j scription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on tho 1st tiny of Aug 1111conrtI nt the ditto nftor your namo on the address of your papor and soo how yon stand If in arrears come in and settle atonco for if you dont your namo will be strickon from our mailing list on August 1 lISOU told should you fail to receive TUB IlK AM after that into you will know tho reason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS I Store House For Rout I have n first class brick store house situated on ono of the best corners In Hazel Green which I desire to rent John M Itoo huts closed out and quit tiW uJ bUelmoi w1ib laU it filic opening for n first claw store Call and or address 0 B SWAX- OOIhwW Hazel Green Ky EIIVGLISH KITC12 W SHORT STREET LEXINdTQF0CY 7 Cff Rogulnr Meals 25 coats Meals to order nt all hours BrcakfaefSom 5 teQijtnuolilOnm to 8 pm Supporfrom6toOpnl 1lOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS rcuJGAItm P1Cop1tlcto1 uUnion Sunday School Convention The following is the program for th Wolfe county Sunday school COli 011 20159sSong Dear U the hope the SOlell reveal I CllOlll levedoISunLordI We Cturhgahe Chl rcu Field ntul the work It Cecil Stlllwntcr- Guiivnil Suiulny School Work C C Milk Iteth i The 1uiictiou oftlie Sunday Svlmnl 11 K Onoy hazel Urea II Song Gathering la tho Slit aves Cliolr What can we ilo for our KolinlnrH between SuiuIuvH Holly Crew Toaohuik iiiihicnuo on nelinliux unit pnruutH MnytownAItiinford Maialn Snnilflelil A higher standard of work fur rho 8111- 11n8cllOlI10 It Stnmper Cniiinton Tho the Siunlny noliool eItobert Nlckell Port Inion- 3onj I give my 1 lito1 fur thee Choir 11hysI money uueuVd and lut v it in to b- etatsedV H Cord llnrcl irocn What can tin Siiiulnv school sin fur then tiHchor tlie cfuirrli tin ochnlnr the voniniunityIdu ltoe Ijicy Crco Ioe Sunday work pay1eons Ctilubooau Songthere IK niiUli we can lie if we trot whit u will VUiiiiiit speakers Prof clay Illorriuk lUv filbert Walton Itcv 1C S llimwoll Home Hiieakers lion A R llvnl HonI 1 C lykfns S S Combs Itecllr W MiniI kur Rev 1 M Little Hon W O Mixu 1ICverelses liein promptly at 030 oolnok- H H SVAXio President 1sS MATTIU jiifKKui tseoy LIghtning Hot Drops What a Funnv Namol Very True but It Kill All Pain CayrWithout Ballot Thoro 1 la No Pratt1 DAILY HACK LINE o ImTJ Io o Hazel Green and Torrent t One Hnek leaves each place every morn ing StinduyH excepted nt S oclock I FARE 100 EACH WAY piiynblo in iiilvnneo nt my otllces in Hazel iroiMi amt Tnrrent Intermediate luilntu in irinrliculI to ilixtanee or ie per mile dCrlliiKi1 Mertlinndlso had Express Ill centN par IX ponnili TWO LIVERY STABLES i IIOno at Torrent aunt one at Hazel Green of which lire supplied with goodfr Cluck and rigs for tho IICTOIII modalt ion ufI the travel iiig public fearSpceial attentiont to the aeconimo dation of eommereial travelerHnnd par ties conveyed to any point on reiiHonuhle terms Solleiting the patronage of the public I am respectfully etc J 1 J YrJ l UJH h hINOM1W HOUSE J CAMITOX JKV J H IIOLLON rnoiiiiinon The pntrnnaKC of the trnvuling pulilic in ruMjicottnlly Kulluiteil Tallin the lfitl wad every iitliiiiinn lo the 0111 flirt of Crest YMOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY itvcBvarit FOR 20 YEARS Has lad all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED HULA JIV AM JHtVOOIHTHII lrri r f- ninuRimnx MMMIIMC to BT tsT hSIV CI IorlllII r1 bII REDUCED r nl S Irolnmtatllu- R IfATJIra r uiiHiti I hi n linrni r tnatlurut Ur prllOo 101111111110I I rllll u ni rlt If a- nlarrin Whkt w r iltitltj Iii- r ruvt ftrtw ml lirnilli anti lh anin inimiloxliiii riii ilolann niid miletr Indie liiiVirun IL 1 hi uian U curcu PATIENTS TREAYHO BY MAIL ronflili nttally For matchrl iidiirtw wild tAInt I DR SNDEIJIVIbrfrIlllrAIL i Who rAn thInk WantedAn Idea of wmoUuple jN1tlInritllteetwrite JOHN WKUIiRltllUUN R CO Ktrnt ittor noyi VAlhID ton D C tar them ClHHO pstartrot and Ibl ut Nr huudioU InTcutlouB wanUHt FLOYD BYRD A Campion K- yATTOUNBYATLAW yfrAlulrncIs of title fiirnulifd codec 11011 panda nod prompt returns Kuurniitced I yAltHOWARD STAMPER A 4 1 rvrtnHvA1LAw- ueMtTON KY Will practice In the court of Wolfe sad the I adjoinIng sounder All butluetii enlrmtel to ov rare will receive prompt attention f IffI I ifrj Pii fItrrViII soil you alp1kj OUBI Mil iftI1 Or r VJl j I jL m At tho following pricos White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred kArbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound poundrJll other goods in proportion Como and sea nro I will mnkn you happy lIud you wilt foul like lifo is worth living I will soil you Homo of your goods or some other man will give thorn to you This means n Cash transaction Dont ask for credit Respectfully H F PIERATTJ liI A iImll 1 AEo- x 1 r xu1tiZ n1l1 P1cIUto11 School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern KentuckyI Tfle Next Session Begins seDteIIlber 1 I 18961 Full 1DSpecial Courses in Biblo Shorlhaud and Typewriting 1- r and Drawing also Business 1rS1I 1fUiiin the frostl opportunity in time mountniiiB to obtain nn l L = education at a sunlit cost Oatalcguo and partiuular- sIVM DOC COK1 l JatoJpnXn II BEW EJTERPRLSE I laving Fold any stable I IIIIQ gone into the BUSINESSA- nd avk the patrnnnKo of tho community I make mid all J l t trypricesJOHN 1 H PIERATT iH ftztiiai F4iR J 1896IflOOeLMiOai I Tnr08 230 Races Opcq to tne WorIa I Entries to races clnso thirty 150 days before the rjico I 0 National rules to govorn nil racing and also tho innnnor of making entries NO CHARGE FOR FLORAL HALL EXHIBITfl 1y J TAYICB PAY PfBlftrJ WianB PEP TTt SpsrrivkM X11 a THE HERALD II C j JlEDIUX IB THE MST ADVKRTiHJXO l X IUN 11iXr- It t cI0U- R t Wr i T J 1 1 r- rt 1- t liI THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER PublUhefc UAZKLOnEEN t t KY r A VERY REMARKABLE CASE Oh once on a timo there lived a man Therti may have been two or three d Who fancied his death would sadly tw The whole community 60 he lived as long as he could because He knew what an awful apace Ihercd be that the world could never Oil With him In another place I IButthe next day titter he died the sun fiAnddayAnd to strutoh Ills legs while the engine drank In the town where the corpse had lived for years And never once noticed the blank Nixon Waterman In 1 A W Dulled tiTHEIIV 1JIKOSAIL Ji3IEMu s lie was n man who did not know what tear wan We rend of this inex pcrionued individual every day without a thought of cavil Did anybody ever really know such n man 1 urn for one firm in the belief thnt he never Hvud Hie bravest inun I ever knew was proyenincountry side his courage was jpro erblal He had been known to- Ile risk life with such hardihood that it was i a question as to whether heroism jolly WWI uppermost in his chtirnctcr 3fet thin hero had not only had n knowlJ edge of tear but lead full it lilinsolf lie had been literally scared out of censes and worse than that the dan ger was only the shadow of a danger and had no real existence This Is tho tale of it as he told it to roe It was a good many yenta ago I had quite n practice among the country people outside town and used to drive nearly every day over the rook road that runs south into the river vnl Icy Four miles out is the llnmscn place n neat cottage clone to the road in a large yard where there was mt chrubbory nod many trees The ho tom had bout vacant for some tunic Nod one day 1 noticed people moving in TIkydo ware northern oopic u gentleman std lets wife His health t+ etr delicate and he had come to try our milder climate Sho was a slight frail sunnyhaired little woman very young and girllike I saw thou often after they had settled down They c Idently loved the open air and seemingly spent the wholeI day outsldu the house 1 have often i I teen her working with garden olabrain among the shrubbery while lit looked terVwould sea them at lunch or ten upon the gallery or under the trees They were a pleasant sight for lIon to two JIUH band and wife bo unconsciously fond each other Several months tiara nloiig and thelion fitter drew near at hand With its approach there dime a spell of miser ably cold wet weather Good went her lojadoctorVpHMJlieerbtit very dhv turbing to his convenience The gen uiuuiy sick are more numerous and then there IK a vast increase in tho who think they are nick which nmounlllJ to the same thing in the wear and tear of n iiivdica mint One raw night I hail just returnedjI tired and sleepy from a fur visit to exasperating old woman hoping 1set might be at pence for the rest of tho night when 1113 hopes wore shatteredI bya ring at the door I opened a I found n negro standing shivering jin the drizzle Well I said as ho stood dumb u notII unmoved whats Urn mutter 11h- sIok I l Doss ho answered finding 1 tiemy voice you is wanted out to Mlst nit Wimnnsua right away lies belaI tuokn flown bad and de missus ontme to git you to come quick tn you Ikin Wltnnna 1 dont know hIm Whore doe ho live Why day in do new folks whatsI took tie olu HiiiiiHon place do I herosdworking fur cm since day Curt come 1 know then where and by wlium I was wtuitud 1 roused my own survst t bad my gig brought around und Iin u I very tow moment tine negro until were on our why The trip did not take IIlttIthan Unit an hour HH the good firm macadamized road was unaffected time weather It was well after midnight whoa we reached the Hamson o ttnuThe took charge of JII horse und IIIfchlcJtY I Ifintip to the trout door and ring the boll which 1 did There was an immediate nuise of some outs inside hurrying iu response Tho door opened There stood the little hn Iltd IIUIllrof anxiety and distress Situ real to nily rapidly to me In a nervous half w hlap ns I took oil my hnt and great coat in tho hull Doctor I began to teAr you wore never coming I nm So uneasy nboutJU A husband Come follow me at ongc of Sire led the way along a hull nM intoI a largo bedroom In the center waii a eolld heavy oaken table and ovei4 opf1t poslfirthc door a bcdfn which lay some 11JttiatICZit evltfcfatly ilia Jaw s t I J r1 t Ii i D was turned to the wall qndone hand lay motionless outside the bedclothes upon the counterpane lie seemed to be asleep Ills peculiar quiet did not Impress meat the moment liringing a chair close to the bedside I laid my medicine char on the floor and proceeded to make an examination The little woman stood close by holding n lamp so as to assist with its light lIcit for the pulse The hum anti stttrfst were as cold as ice There was no pulse I hurriedlyI pHwted my hand beneath the covers to Und if there was any heart action There was Want I jawahadopen xed In the awful stare of death Lcen1l1u was a corpse Surprised ordlDarIJrofCSfiloDalbearing ybandstrnngethatdltlonShe turned hastily and set the lamp I upon the table Then going around BOU as to place the heavy structure between s she laced me leAnIng forward with her hands resting on the polished surface The look she turned upon me was one which no man could ever forget who had once seen It She spoke I voice had n harsh vibrant rasping sound that made my nerves jump at every word thaarc lying to me You arc one of our enemies He is yet Iliving and you would bury him My1 God You would bury him alive You shall not You shall not orI was so amazed surprised and over whelmed that I could not think or ant h plutmotion still repenting those trove 1111You shall not you shall not she stepped buckwnrd tore open a bu drawer took out something and ak i faced me I saw then what that son thing Wit It was n sixshooter of 1 J largest slM n weapon having ahn I the power and accuracy of a rifle held it cocked full upon me using lx her hands to steady it tin weight Iwing too much for the Might strength of Iher r= iige arm 1 coiiiil pintailFetsI her1 111111 forvlinjfrr resting against J hict at me these vurUs Liars Murderer You shall not it ltstoro my Ininbmid Now at once cr I will shoot you as you there It was four good long stcw between iw There too was tho ImrricMili of the table Should I rtih town ht must rvceivu at least one rued prolml two or three KhoUi She could not mh- I i me and n bullet would surely distil me Theo things flashed through my and the idea WitS diHinitwed nt the winking of nn eyelid Then the allnurror of my situation chute upon mi1- us a wave The womans brain had turned She WAS eniy and posse t itd jj- of that one fatal idea Between myself fand dwitli Avns flat slightest pressure of n finger n mere miiKculnr rontrac responsive at 1111 instant to Oldisorderedant not ashamed to say that when full realization of my critical posit enme upon me that I was scared + bni scared seared completely out of fie11 Ii lIl I sat there helplesn dazed and- o Iwwildered The wonmns voice urea Sell Restore him she said Uegin now What I did was not the result of any calanInduced liy fright I reached down picked up the medicine ease opened it anti begun lingering over tho vials wiy whileIttWeil well lc patient and we will try what tit can do did not know my own voice Iugnu to recover myself somewhat and thoughts assumed something Ii IllrIShe was now hitting down in n ch ir minus rtstlng on the table Ii hiuids Htlll clasping the pistol its ugly muzzle pointing straight at me held it firm Bud true Tliero was n hopes for mu In that face No feeling thoro rate the concentrated forcefacr humlle tItermllllttlonSIalorry shut wild haliarhi2hewar Niiytiiing to gain a little time stoke to her again ItIWIUIIInehtJItJUUlgUSriure is n possibility I said that is InacntMloptiu trtince Living but all the+ apiKmrance of dent j this Is so 1 ratty bo able o revive himluHcvivu hint then she answered fItJimI JoillAhmarvel ulnoit tbo gentle nirtranowhichI Nlkcd the earth My puiiie had grail worn away however but the sense trycrflliINSmight bring n bullet crashing into n brnln but the quick movement of u sixyescape Pulling myself together IIllMadame I wilt use my utmost tkillI atfnwouIQ do lhuiyt creut lltInU lean i do 1 had no Idea of being culled to such a case and tho simple medlci I have with me are useless In this stance I require rare drugs of extra or dluary power With your permission I will return at once to town and get what I need The delay will in no affect your husbands condition Would this pretense deceive her She did not answer at once and tr she dish the structure of my hopes in ruins So ulic replied you cannot leave here I will call a servant and you can trend for what you wish My despair was only for a moat for her very words were pregnant w I 7thec fhelp to a living man not impotent drugs for a dead one I took out pud to write and came spoiling all with my precipitancy Of course she would insist on seeing what I might write and rending n st mons for help her crazy fury would- eyondi nil restraint Deceit muatw must careful guise How to w such n message as would be intelligible in town and unintelligible to IcrIs puzzler me considerably until I thought of Latin 1 wouldwrite tits thing in Latin although there water s clinnre of her being familiar with the langiisge As opened to the certainty of English there was no choice in the matter I went to work at once anti e necessary words came to me with surprising small effort consideringf I had allowed years to pans without arty attempt at furbishing up my old cobI Jege studies My completed prcscrij tion rend like this TO SATTKHIKE P FINK DRUGGISTS For Mr Wlmans rwldcnco Hanson ace South road drachmsIsounces Homo mortuuM Hit 14 ouncun drachrnNCToneus cum pistols 3 drachms nthAanAU KDWAHDH M D thatheIlrofelilorIimlignnheua ithiiRHiit in the name of Godsend t 11nre imnudiately A man Iii dead his wife insane holding me with n pistol I tnddprescription like appearance of the whole When had finished 1 raid IIAll cunitShe Htruck u little ornamental gong upon the table and the negro w jleathe toolccnnu Withmu conic in eiropenedlvashy as saw otv alreadylr CnndI t 1 too well to count upon any mmnsistam t from him save in his capacity as a tlienKlr lnperfrommytheheart beat dull and heavy with anxiety as sue attempted to rend it She J aceallno sign hut handed the message to the 1 tin tetratheprocure was arbeatleft the room Soon 1 heard a sound pothnr gateis w my was on way ut11ong there in that room with ti fmyy woman still the dead man 1 CO j1 do nothing but sit and wait and think As the moments passed with ten e slowness possibly lung before it could in reason be vxjKctfd my nerves Jgrew trust with anxiety und every ret keenly alert for signs of approach i ng terror My brain grew sick with appre liensions of probable miscarriage the message Again my mind began to roll up visions of all the bloody man IInllghlCd pItsroJxrsew nrr n feeling runxious hope IIIld II liesickenhng iiiiprestiian of evil all nilkcdestroy me n Tine anti again I I heard Mrlangrd fur Founds of rescuers up rreaching to fled that it was but the IreShoalt1bPflIlt rnttlhuIwindow sash At last the welcome sound clime I t mid not in fancy with unexpre breaking upon mo near ut nd without prior announcement I ard the frost door of the house op 9 n ofSOMat tho sntne instant n look of start qiUiKtioning crossed her face and l en the fury of a demoniac poseeK od her nn she screamed nt me u IIoj yoCbryou LinnlII SHW her linger contract upon tint trigger i emend my face with my lidINIII ar was a slmrp click a rush half I ejaculations noise of strug In- Kling Mud Miiiething that was heavy iiup Two men hat hold of her Slit was lng to free herself wild ryrd but go munii HU JILMU up her pi 8 and o ride iiitysnappednyIt und i Why Doc there aint a thing In gun ilobcIcmocrat Insurance against fire in the case resldencetvflnops shijVj nnd wp Sr jtna t 7 V I MVI t I ifs t rife tf tra PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL probablytoI a part uc two years In Kngland Lord IJutherfonl Clark who it a 70 years stage and n judge of the Scotch wayurt of session hhs won the first prize In the golf competitions at Cannes twi running Jcl1are located in Connecticut Ills wealth is truly from Monte Crlsto as It is tpplay of that name that has brought h fare and fortuneIyoucatug theIstrct of St Petersburg Sonutim he is attended by no one but his wifei On other occasions he goes alone kRIAtroyhas confided his latest nrtisctic effortsI After Sedan and The Charge of the GURrtlnt St Ioirnt to the tvell knott whomduofItefhenewlyelecUd prtisidcntof lie i yon eolhge at Gambler 0 W F 11 but 2S years old He ilea been 1II fessor of philosophy nt Kcnyon for lost three years anti was graduated j inJSSS train Ainhorst nn institution which has done its full share in giving jrofcsnors and presidents to western colhgiH Miss Kate Shelley of Moingonn InI who made her way through n raging j blizzard at midnitrht sevcnil years MJJ anti by signaling to n crowded express train on the Chicnga C j railroad saved it from plunging throw t n wrecked brldgi1 has applied to the Iowa legislature for employment the state house as a itienisl She is di tittite and hns to support her aged mother anti nn invalid brother Miss Elites Terry has a most phllati thropic turn of mini anti keeps n bn ket always on hand in her lharmln home in South Kensington The wo j consists in various garment tn In made for the poor Miss Terry has an lUll II H ing way of cajoling her friends into HR stating her when visiting lien and the given a choice Intweon knitting sowing or any other of the really usefull utwork AMERICAN SADDLES ISOIlW Gene of Art Turned Out In the F We t over North America for mn years Cheyenne saddles have boon moos Mild every equestrian outside of Inited States cavalry and the lIorthI west mounted police of Ciiniuln h- ther IH find his horse tricked out with i Cheyenne leather or has wished he had holstlMfnstirrup hoods that once made J1o eieRn snddlory famous ami NiJNi i long ago was copied by the Cheycn 11 makers who kept up the fame a beauty of American horse trtlPlllu but node them so cheap as to be withFmcnnK of most horsemen In tuold days when western cattle ranged over the plains and the cowboy hsuhis glory that queer citizen wouldAt thanfu girl In fact to be without a ClwIrune Paddle and n first c1aAN revolver was to buno hotter than the sheep herd 1 era of that era theItfoldl a j i were the snddioniakoiV shops He was surprised to find only one showy firm t I 11llfUtI store of the kind sari instead of I there being n crowd in trout of it there wIseits j going on at the druggists near by or I the stationers over the way The COdN 11ofbrytutifulanti extraordinary There dtumpl1Isaddles there wore the hiigocumbrous tajiaderos there were the lariats or the mllgniflelnt bits that lookeo like Mo irish art outdone anti there were mule skinners mid the fanciful spurs nut in fact the window formed museum of things that u cowboy otild hour pawned iiis soul to own fheI clIlllrY11JUlinhorse jewelry in creation Knglishmoii Hurl icriiuins now buy the fanolest snd atrnnixfedsetint55 but Z i5 buys as good one as a molest man whoI knows a good thing will core to WK Cowgirl saddler woro on vivotseven them witli rigging for side wmt I NIIIJIrHhupeCfhalt n dozen cowgirls in tho nlhlI half1 a dozen women like the Calornc J cuttle iiieon or the holy horse hrcrd Wyoming but there rive western i I girls who have to ride n great deal und j Tthejj II1l1n1ufacturt I Ito ducked with hnndstHiniwd jHitterns looking us rich as the richest Bedouin ever drenniod n horse gear bo I made There is tilln good IEfromToionido and Texan and siniilHr goods to thc horlif nmeills o Nevada Oregon Moreover as long IdllhoI JUlnI horses there will be n trade In tansy nutfitfi for them Denver Field Farm Notre of llulilt Why does Hates insist Ithutu cdul hc uAudto JI Tic n iailkm Inndlt 1ltrbitEre Pr ti FARM VILLAGES IN AMEN LtfxtAttractive vetlion John Bookwal tcr of Xew tia largo land owner In NcbrnskaIUj nnd Ohio proposes a plan to tnake ceon the faun more attractive papa to make farm work sage J he Ills idea was ob c observations in the oroductivemans the Pittsburgh Dispatch to oi centrntc the rural population in jij logos of 500 to 5000 persons to K them the advantages of social life t Mmodern luxuries and amusements Bookwalter will begin on a 60 tract ho owns in Nebraska and IKposes to organize n town which Jj k librnrjlyiother nWinstructionIn 9dll tpoJlulatlon freia1II1lotir trailer claims nothing new for hlsltl but thinks time rench villages mar improved in thin rich coyinacreage may bettijr out with the village Idea instead 4 rowing bj subdivision There it doubt the centering of population this way would add greatlyI to thetl tractlvcncss of life on the farm TiJ social contact is one of the chief afMdtractions of the city Neither can then be much doubt that such community giveNhaffairs in legislation and adminisUVi betttt4ypolice and fire protection that are now lacking in the widelyseparated faniJ1 houses and all this without dctracUnj from the advantages of rural fumraad IUPkgarden dairy orchard and farm c produce rrDott you think tlt Hccpect ould ever keep a secret from lIjswifcf tPiRRlnslfcll Ill lllt that rycrleu her know what he really thinns f lict Truth ThaifNj Extreme lira feeling afflicts ncvy ever body at this season The hust rim cease Co I push tho tireless grow weary th + can gctlo become enervated Yea UnowJoSS what wo mean Some men nr 1 vromea endeavor temporarily to OVCTCCSTO tbt Tiredby great force of wilt But thliil as It pulls law crtutly upon the nervous system which will nut long stead ch strata Too many i o Ilo work oa their nerves and tho result is sec n inot fortunate wrecks marked nencus proto tration iu every dircctin Tlat tired Feel1 Ing is a positive proof of thin weak ha pure blood for If tho blood is rich rii vitalized and vigorous it imparts life sadd energy to every none organ and tissncof tho body The necessity of taking Hood1 Sarsaparilla for that tired feeling i + t therefore apparent to overt one and the good it will do you Is equally beyond qutto flea Ilcmcmbcr that HoodsSarsaparilla the One True IlloodPurinrr AlldnrB UH Prepared only by CM floaltCoLoutl hiss eujiFOURriNew LINE BETWEEN CINC NNATI TOLEDO and DETROIT VESTIBULED TRAINS ISOLIDTIME EQUIPMENT INAUGURATED MAY 24 a BCHEOULE1u ff- QI15 Po 1 7ttSSaerti Ar llrlniU 1t41 p m MiItaM a Through Coaches and Parlor Cars on Day Train j Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Cinclmal Toledo and Clnclnnall Detroit on Night TraJs Till Nor Pemco between Ctncnrat Tulldl aodlktrolLUA6 AS OUR NEW YORE LINE I LINEAS t urIl ojitconMUK ii it JiurmJ uaTrt0lelJtr Gcnl las STtt Asttl A quarter spent in HIRES Rootbeer does you dollars worth of good j hI1tNPfSO S CUfcE FDR FAHS Best Cvogh drrdp Tztc3 Oood CEO In time BolJbrdroaslsu INrf UMF TlfON hof f y 1 is a a a I e h r 1 a i of I to 51 i 1 to o I I t I 4 ll n 5 i J h 1 iit1 i 1 t 1ft TAL1lAGES SERMONS 1 Disconcerted Actors Make Fall ures of Their Parts and Oroane Drive Them From tho aDd the curtain Rungs Down on- iuted LitA Beautiful ruel Between TbU Ute and the Drama BM Dr Tolmagcfl text Sunday was WbMTll 23 Mon shall clap their shall hiss him ofads athim and out place Tbi9 allusion seems to bo dramatic be Bible more than once makes such astons Paul says We are made a eater or spectacle to angels and to enJis evident from the text that mo of the habits of theater goers rc known In Jobs time because he Bribes an actor hissed off the stage in Impersonator comes on tho boards- d either through lack of study of e put he is to take or inaptncss orI orIdedand disgust by hissing Men All clap their hands at him and shall him out of his place My text suggests that each one of us- put oa the stage nf this world to tnlca me part What hardship and suffer and discipline great actors have dergono year after year that they jight be perfected in their parts you ITC often read lint we put on the ue of tills life to represent charity id faith and humility and helpfulness what little preparation we have ide although we have three gallcr s of spectators earth and leaven id hell Have we not been more at ntlve to the part taken by ttthcrs- an to tho part taken by ourselves d while we needed to be looking at ono and concentrating on our own illy we have been criticising the other erforracrs and saying That was too 5gh or too low or too feeble or too extravagant or too tame or too demonstrative while we our lees were making a dead failure and paring to be ignominiously L- Each hissed the stage one Is assigned to a places no apernumcrarics hanging around the Lama of life to take this or that or the her part as they may be called upon Co OQO can take our place Won take no other place Neither to wo put off our character no fcange of apparel can make us any me else than that which we eternally rt Many make failure of their part in the nma of life through dissipation They are enough intellectual equipment- d good address and generally un ounded Hut they have a wine olosot bat contains all the forces for their octal and business and moral over brow So far back as the year 059 3ng Edgar of England made a law hat the drinking cups should have Las fastened at a certain point In their ide so that the indulger might be re laded to stop before he got to the tom Hut there are no pins project sg from the sides of the modern wine apor beer mu and the first point at hlch million stop is at the gravelly ottom of their own grave Dr Sax tiOlI1ethlnghithlIUdr u found out that alcohol in every upo whether of wine or brandy or r contains parasitic life called idllus potumaniae fly a powerful ileroseope these living things are dis strongkad then into your blood anti getting J theyIntoifr entire organism in taken poses on of by these noxious infiuitetiltnals Tiea In delirium tremens a man sees ry form of reptilian life it seems it only these parasites of the brain in aerated size It is not a hallueina oo that the victim Is suffering from e only sees In the room what is actu ly crawling and rioting in his own In Every time you take strong r nk you swallow these maggots and ery time the Imbiber of alcohol In 7 hnpo feels vertigo or rheumatism r nausea It Is only the jubilee of these Sfffots Efforts are being made for discovery of some germicide that J kill the parasites of alcoholism extlrtealcohold to ould before God swear all these oldAmerica wunoundtal inLtthe crop edgesthedomlbnareholewlnrowsthemhospitalsdand gnivuyanls and oeteries to hold this harvest of hell e or you are going down under thisll I ofholismarouncloueYearsyitwill arounduputtlyour tongue and n aroundra coil around your foota coil around your heart ami sonic 1 withprluglawfulhowt lcon willcryout OhI Ia my otUatltfidqofeltda ataggeringaacro wtke ltee cunkeg illzo ae- rPmP ata ept lxira trlila- ti CfI queealandy staggering forward against the footlights of ulty and then staggering back In failure till the world is impatient for their andiabolicall m off tho stage Many also make a failure in the drama of life through indolence They are littltheymlulstc1JlnwerssI and farmers than have ever been counted upon The community is funl Itfromet meetingengagements seem to hang to the foot when they theyputlheyspeakTwo young men in a store In thet thInstt o othor is ten minutes before tho notisl one is ever anti anon in the afternoon looking at his watch to see if it IIs not tltaKhaUI go when asked why says he wanted toI look over home entries he had mado toI bo sure he was right or to put upI some goods that hind been left out of place The one Is very touchy doing work not exactly belonging to him The other is glad to help thc other clerks in their work The first will ben prolonged nothing and he will be ngthanchant prince Indolence Is tho cause of more failures in all occupations that you have ever suspected People are too lazy to do what they can do and1 want to undertake that which they theydontcarrying a halberd across tho stage or a falconer or a inure attendant tutu so they lounge about the scenes till they shall be called to something great After a while by sonic sect dent of prosperity or circumstances they get into the place for which they have no qualification And very soon If tho man bo n merchant he is going around asking his creditors to compromise for ten emits on the dol lar Or if a clergyman he is malting tirades against the ingratitude o churches Or if an attorney by un skillful managemcuJLhn loses a case by which widows and orphans are robbed of their portion Or if n physician hob malpractice gives his patient rapid transit from this world to the next Our incompetent friend would have uncle a passable horse doctor but he wanted to be professor of anatomy In Ji university He could have sold enough confectionery to have supported his family but he wanted to have a sugar refinery like the llavemeyers He could have mended sloes but he wanted to amend the constitution of the United States Toward the end of life these people are out of patience out of money out of friends out of everything They go to the poorhouso or leech out flt by running in debt to all the grocery and dry goods stores that will trust them People begin to wonder when the curtain will drop on tho scene After a while leaving noth ing but their compliment to pay doe tor undertaker und Gabriel Grubb tho gravedigger they disappear Ex cunt Hissed off tho stage Others fall In the drama of life through demonstrated selfishness They make all tho rivers empty Into their sea nil the roads of emolument end nt their door and they gather all tho plumes of honor for their brow They help no one encourage no one rescue no one How big u pile of money can I get und How much of the world can I hsorht are tho chief questions They feel about the common people as tho Turks felt toward the Asapl or common soldiers considering them of no use except to fill up tho ditches with their dead bodies while the other troops walked over them to take tho fort After a while this prince of worldly success Is sick Tho only interest society has in his illness is the effect that his possible decease may have on the money market After a while bodies Groat nowspapor capitals an nounce how ho started with nothing and ended with everything Although for sake of appearance some people put handkerchiefs to the eye there is not one genuine tear shed Tho heirs sit up nil night when he lies in state discussing what tho old fellow has probably dono with his money It takes all the livery stables within two miles to furnish funeral equipages and nil the mourning stores are kept busy in soiling weeds of grief Tho stonecutters send in proposals for a monu ment rite minister at tho obsequies reads of the resurrection which makes tho hearers fear that if the un scrupulous finnncier does not come up to the general rising ho will try to get a corner on tombstones nnd grave yard fences All good men are gla- dtnafthe moral nuisance has been re moved The Wall street speculators are gluts because there Is more room heirs glad be for themselves The are Ccausedelayed inh rltance Dropph g all ts plumes every corWlclte of all his stock every bond of all his Invest menu avdfcrjollar pf llghb iortwwI ho departs and all the rolling of Dead- March In Saul anda11 the paeantryofj r m intcrmenJt ana lio xfJPsl and au the extravasarcophagusof rid 41 J ljt t I y t ffftaca of cpltaphology can not hide the fact that my text has come again to tre claptoout of his place You see the clapping conies before the hiss The world cheers before it damns So it is said the deadly asp tickles before it stings Going up is he1 Hurrah Stand back and let his galloping horse dub by a whirlwind of plated harness and tinkling head gear and arched neck Drink deep of his Madeira and cognac Boast of how well you know him All hats off as ho passes Bask for days and years In the sunlight of his prosperity Going down is he Pretend to bo near sighted so that you can not see him as lie walks past When men ask you if you know him halt nUll hesitate as though you were trying to call up a dim memory and say Well yes yes I believe I once did know him but have not seen him for a long while Cross a different furry from the lone where you used to meet helplyou word for you at the haul Talk down his credit now that his fortunes are collapsing Ho put his name on two of your notes tell him that you have changed your mind about such things and that you never indorse After n while his matters como to a dead halt and an assignment or suspension or saytJust as I expected He mado too big n splash in tho world Glad the balloon has burst Ha ha Applause when he went up sibilant derision when ho came down Men shall clap their hands at him and hiss him out of his place So high up amid tho crags the eagle flutters dust into the eyes of the roebuck which then with eyes blinded goes tumbling over the precipice tho great antlers crushing on tho rocks Now compare some of these goings out of life with the departure of men and women who in the drama of life take the part that God assigned theta unit then went away honored of men and applauded of the Lord Almighty It is about fifty years ago that in a comparatively small apartment of the city a newly married pair set up a home The fleet guest invited to that residence was the Lord Jesus Christ and tho Bible given the bride on the tiny of her espousal was the guide of that household Days of sunshine shadowfDid you ever know a home that for 60 years laid no vicissitudes Tho young woman who left her fath ers house for her young husbands homo started out with a parental benediction nnd good advice situ will never forgot Tier mother salt to her the day before the marriage Now my child you are going away from us Of course as long ns your father and I live you will feel that you can come to us nt any time But your homo will bo elsewhere From long experience I find it is best to servo God It is very bright with you now my child and you may think you sun get along with out religion but tho day will come when you will want God and my advice is establish a family altar and if iced be conduct tho worship yourself The counsel was taken and that young wife consecrated every room in the house to God Years passed nnd there were In that homo hilarities hut they wore good and healthful and sorrows but they were comforted Marriages as bright as orange blossoms could make them and burials in which all hearts wore riven They have u family lot in tho cemetery but nil the place is illumin ated with stories of resurrection anti reunion Tho children of tho house hold that lived have grown up and they are nil Christians tho father and the mother leading tho way and children following What care tho mother took of wardrobe and education character aid manners How hard she sometimes worked When the lead of the household was unfortunate in business site sewed until her fingers were numb and bleeding at tho tips And what close calculation of economies and what Ingenuity In refitting the garments of tho elder children for tho younger and only God kept account of that mothers stdoachcs anti headaches and heartaches anti the trumulous prayers by the side of the sick childs cradle and by tho couch of this ono fully grown The neighbors often notice I how tired she looked and old ac quaintances hardly knew her in tho street But without complaint she waited and toiled and endured and ac complished all these years The chil dren are out In the world an honor to themselves and their parents After awhile tlio mothers last sickness comes Children and grandchildren summoned from afar como softly into that room ono by one for she is too weak to see more than ono at a time Sho runs her dying fingers lovingly through their hair and tells them not to cry and that sho Is going now but they will meet again in a little while In a better world and then kisses them goodby and says to each God bless and keep you my dear clilldl The day of tho obsequies comes and tho officiat ing clergyman tells the story of wifely and motherly endurance and ninny helnts on earth and in Heaven echo the sehtfment and as she is carried off the itge or this mortal lire there are crhtsof Faithful unto death She nth dono what she could while over powering all the voices of earihand Jleaven is the plaudit of God who watched her from first to lasvsaylatfr Well done wood atdsfalthtulcrvaytt c JL then hast teen ftUthfsl orer s tmr things I will make thee ruler eve jourthyol But what became of the father ol that household Ho started aa a ynagr man in business and had a small income and having got a little ohtai sickncia in the fatally swept It nill away Ho went through all thcj busI- ness panics of 40 years met many los HCS and suffered many betrayals but kept right on trusting in God whether business was good or poor setting his ivlnltthemprayer did ho offer for all those year but they were mentioned in it Ho is longbeforenut he is going to leave his children an inheritance of prayer and Christian principles which all the defalcations o earth can never touch nnd as ba goes out of the world the church of God blesses him and the poo ring his door bell to see if ho is nn better and his grave is surround cd by a multitudo who went o foot and stool there before the proces lion of carriages came up anti some say There will bo no one to take hit place and others say Who will pity me now and others remark HoI shall be held in everlasting remem brance And as the drama of his life closes all the vociferation anti bravui and encores that ever shook the amphi theaters of earthly spectacle were tamo stud feeble compared with the long loud thunders of approval that shall break from the crowd of wit nessca In the pilcdup gallery of the heavens Choose ye between the lire that shall close by being hissed off the stage and the life that shall close amid acclamations supernal and nrohangulie INTERESTING ITEMS Tin payroll of the Pennsylvania rail road averages 100000 a day Miss HKIITIIA G LAMMK of the West inghouse works in Pittsburgh Is time only woman electrical engineer in tho countryA 248 years old was reueut found In an ancient building in New London Ct It was printed In Cambridge in 104- 8IlAiri WuiTKiioufln of Punxsutaw ney Pa is dying from the effects of being struck on the back with n pack age of papers IT Is now n misdemeanor to throw upon nay road in New York state glass tacks or any sharp substance likely to injure bicycle tires TUB railroads of Mexico are with one exception of American tuako nnd the engineers train and station oillclala are nearly nil Americans The roads are well managed Tutu coal fields of the United States have an area of nearly two hundred thousand square mllofi or ton times that of nil other coal producing coun tries in tho world Miss ElIKN IllCIIAUUSOX ono Of the two Quaker sisters who in 1645 paid the 8750 by which Frederick Iouglnst- vns legally manumitted has just die in Newcastle Eng Tin oldest postmaster in OUt United States in continuous service is Miss Louisa C Danforthwho was appointed postmaster at Weathersfleld Vt May 7 18bZ nod has held thin ofllco over sinceA v African parrot owned ly n family in Providence It I has n vo tabular of 140 words The bird Is about sixty years old and has boon in the possession of this family 27 years Rats limit master machinist of tho Pennsylvania Hallroad company be lieves that within five years the greater part of tho entire Pennsylvania railroad- S htOIl will be operated by electric lo comotivesKvKitr I ton of Atlantic water when evaporated yields 81 pounds of salt n ton of Pacific water 71 pounds Arctic and Antarctic waters yield 65 pounds to the ton and Dead sea water 187 pounds A SOUTH PATHS Me solid munIOO pounds in his stocking feettried to get excused from jury duty on account of his size nut tho judge ordered in an extra broad chair and told him to sit and ho sat MMK EMMA NKVKDA has had tho misfortune to lose a diamond and pearl shall of grunt value at a soiree given in Paris by Mme Labordc Time shell was presented to Mme Nevada at her debut at tho Opera Comique anti bore the touching inscription Uno Perlo a line Perle- Ix an article in tho Yale Medical Journal Dr Edwin A Down combats time popular impression that insanity ia increasing lie says that the increase for the last SO years shown by tho of ficial records Is comparatively trifling and is more than accounted for by tho change in conditions which has result ed In sending to insane asylums many persons who wore formerly kept in alms houses or in private families andI not reckoned in making up the record ofI the insane GIIKATRK NKW YoriK which has been created by the recent law has an area of 150 square miles considerably over 3000000 inhabitants anti includes ac cording to a statistician 1100 churches 0o post offices exclusive of stamp nta thins a debt of 817tyot 0000 taxable property of 80583 24329 87000 buss ness houses 130000 dwellings 0000 uacrpf of parks 960 uca of paved streets and as maRT lowers flohble that number of pia teIII11o01otwtf ttldd ibQpaWlosclwa3l v e fIMH4 14I j U r i T J r L A LITTLC MONSfII H flnaggs breath elashy t4ftetrIm all out of tdndI3rlggrYt aeew outofyeLLlanndelphi4 Ferocious Visitor entering office See here boy 1vo come back to lick the editor Ofllce Boy Oueas you h 4 wontllketbejo1 Hes just been tarred nnd featheredN Y World 11 11 ti a r That Idiot of nn Englishman visit lug hero took me for a Wltcr rut the i 1 Highlcys reception I dont sea how that ever happened I never nbllcetl the least bit of dignity about you IndlnnnXlis Journald sli rlr + y i Duzby = What arc bells on blc1letfor Booby Dontyou know Whys the riders ring them you know when wheeling through the streets sos to let the people know theyre going to Zran them down Koxburj Gazette Belated Srlf hnativiedgcJnWen + Look here Zapfer do you bell Qln d 7aptetyyou n ccr connLhlCttl that 1 was nn ass at the time I lent you those 50 llorins Neue Pile gentle Blatter Away with her to tho torture Ithe tyrant cried Mercy shrieked the unhappy vonmn hut thou was no mercy for her The savage guards seized her and bound her upon the rack where her sleeves were not only crushed but na slowly as possible in order that the ngony might be tho most exquisite Detroit Tribune Deceived by Appearance I be llcve you are the very sumo man I fed this morning said nBngg street house wife as she gave tho trump n handout No apnea he answered ns he turned the tour hard boiled eggs over Iwnrnt neveron this lay before DctroitFree tress BURY THEIR SICK Hliorklnc Custom of n Miilny Tribe Called the theta There IN a ghastly horror in the meN muntion of Uic feet that a human being shanky lug as it is there is n tribe on one oth the Philippine Ishuuls known as time Ahetnt who have tho cruel custom of burying the sick before death Un fortunate indeed is a person among tho theta tribe who Is nil toted with u Morions lllnesa for ho ix almost cer taut to Iw consigned to tine grave alive As soon UH n high fcvcx sets in tho pa tient IB taken out of his hut wrapped in his old clothes and rudelyI deposited Inn grave But no sooner has tho body been placed in the grave than It be comes at once apparent to his relatives neeordlng to their traditions that hU death which should bo more proper Ily termed murder must be avenged Accordingly time warriors of tho tribe willy forth with lanco anti arrows to slny the first living creature they en counter whether It bo taut woman child or wild boast When thus in quest of nn expiatory victim they take the youngdleaving tho brokeu ends hanging in t1ltltiGoiiiii they are going its a warn ling to travelers und iiolghborH to slain that path Even Hhouhl one of their own iRoplo Iw tho first to meet time uvengera they dare not suffer him to escape Whether an Alicia 1In burled alive or rafter death his kinsmen nt onto iiHhom hie and destroy nil tho goods and ohivt tell he liiul nceumuhited during his 1 lifetime len breaking his gong to pieces Tho curse of time tribe would full upon anyone who should attempt to make lUll of any article loft by tho hurled person After the destruction of pro erty has tulcemi place the hut IB filled with fumes of burning dammar perIUllied largetlrllllghtHof spirit which they manage to distill l front the juice of native fruit This Ntlmulunt noon iloes its work nnd they give vent to their feelings in violent a shouts minifIed with the howls of tho ohlldren walls of the women and the hearse discord of the gongs A tree Is generally planted near the grave and at the final ceremony nono but naked women are allowed to bo present This last rite is termed the midahbunng mud filgnlflcH that the body Is thence forth abandoned to the wilderness and wild beasts daytheanent of n rock which linn any resem blance to nn animal Then they turn away from these and think no more about god or worship until they again encounter another strange and fantna tics form ti Superstition cuts a largo figure In their lives In fact every race of the Malays excepting the OrnngLnutK are a governed in the moat minute affairs of life by signs and omens The wonder t ful phosphorus that JIH seen Jn the wen j surrounding tho Philippine falatidft hfit4 M Iff a supernaturalitrro for thiM tiJbccIir cinnatl Enquirer tVl hca f R Altogether Too IarUcuUr These nro Spry nice ht i1erigzV Lobelia observed Mr MSSwat A1U iJ I I Jf 1 the fcrcnra Is rich enough tn apt any tfii 41 body By the wny a6ettfgef iffioV J holy to vile an nxr XJtuIIP9Ke soy fRwcrcdPfnifSweatcQ1ltfio II Ia t rWttde you ask that questiaur1 I wnnttJrolit ftfkiletiiti J1lIdr r oUt and 1t Y ftawlWXZ Ckl e J Trllu+ litn- I E- lo Unx y f I A FlOur ia Letterstt Sometimes when hie wife looked at- t j 4 him clio would have given a great dea- to I have him show fewer of the signs o physical prosperity and more intellectualI polishYLemuel she said 111 wish you were more artistic and literary and things of that kind Why ye dont think we could get up a better busineu that way than woo got now do you f No But there are other things i life besides butinwa Yes but they generally wind up iinI financial transaction somewhere The picture thats pointed out us a success iis tho one that has brought the most money for somebody and the same principle applies to literature and all kinds oft Her doorero Well I wish you were a little more literary anyhow What de yeu wnnt mo to do 1 Why contribute something to the newspapers now and then Well now you are strikin me on my strong point I nm one of the most es teemedcontributors that the American newspapers have Have you been writing over a non- do plumeNo T I use my own name every time And if I didnt have my piece ready for em every time they J send for it What 1 contribute is n La page advertisement for the finest ar tide in our line of merchandise andI whenever I see it and think of what Its I cos tin I cant help feeling that Imdoin my share toward encourngin literature without near an much talkie as is done by folks that aint perform iu anything like the practical work that I nai Detroit Free Press Wo have over Six HuNniiKn DOL j LARS lino us on subscription jobI work and ndvortifling We needl tho money and must have ft sot moneytto pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost I anything a family can use to ad vantage and wo will mako ar rangements for sutthng Our sub scription list will ho thoroughly overhauled on the lit day of Aug ust next und all who are in ar renrs droppod therefrom Look at tho Into after your name on tho address of your paper and si o 4 how you stand If in arrears come in and settle at once for if you dont your name will be stricken from our mailing list ou August 1 1S90 and should you1 fail to re ceive THK UKKAID after that Ink you will know the ronson why YOU ARE IN ARREARS ll- f WHAT THE sr LOUIS WIND DID i iLttt ed Bodily a FortyTon Engine and Stopped Ail Clock x f engineffrom onetinctc tonnother by the tornada 1 occurred in the lug Four yards at time towtlo and was witnoewd by the whole yard orew including Mr Itridgr time yawl master 1he engine nos curried about ten foot from track MX and sonic of Its wheels were placed on truck four Tito remainder of the train was thrown down an embankment timid many of the cars were almost totally destroyed- A peculiarity of the storm is shown in the fact that nearly every clock in the city stopped at the moment the first bi wind arose This fact leads many to tmppotH that nn earthquake accompanied tiio cyclone but nt this was not estab lisped the stopping of time clocks even in places where there was little wind re mains n mystery Ono of the strange incidents of the storm was that though fourteen men were killed in tho Vnndalia ofllce not a life was lost in those of tho Wiggins Ferry Co which stood directly across the street There were eleven men in tho building at the time eight being in the front nice and three In the back They all crouched together upon the floor arid the wreckage of buildings was lifted literally ever their heads J SEITZ W WITH W M 11J088JU18 fertfwiriAgriciritttfii I IM taunts JBONTON o I I JAA VAVJuraa M m J rte iPhyaician and Surgeon V JUZCL OKKKH KT 1 JI IJ W7 M4 ttW7 r i LATE STATE NEWS tiladisoncountrEIi died in n few hours Elder J W McGarvey of Lexington will go to Moberly Mo and conduct a preachers institute during his vacation Prof J B Jones the recently elected chancellor of Kentucky University has resigned his position to accept the presidency of the orphan school for young MonAt Mayntille Mary the threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs John Feltus was bitten on the upper lip by a spidert and a physician pronounced it a serious case as it is feared that blood poisonI will result A warrant was issued for the arrest of Mrs Kate Jett charged with adminis tering poison to Mrs 8 S Jacobs an invAlidwoman living near Germantown Mrs Jett is a daughter of Silas Orne one of tho most prominent citizens of Robertson county The board of education of rewpor t refused to reelect Miss Margie Ciilcon as n teacher for next year because of her j j frequent visits to Scott Jackson who iisI Ij 1in jail sentenced to be hanged for mur dering Pearl Bryan The evidence against the teacher showed who had taken Jackson several presents In Johnson county during a school trustee election iuthe district No 2II Lindsey Connelly and George Walters IllulR falling out They had guns and Uonnellyrt gun is said to have been dis charged during the scuffle the load entering Walter side and making what is feared way prove a fetal wound Mrs Mary Brewer aged ninetyseven is very ill at her home near the hamlet of Sturgeon Owsley county and her demise is expected hourly She is a relative of U S Grant and lisa nineteen living children in Owsley county all prominently known Her husband died a year wad a half ago aged ninety eight years 0 B Hicks telegraph operator at Mt Savage committed suicide by tilting morphine says the Mt Sterling Free I Lance He woe in this city and had some teeth extracted and took whisky to lender the pain From that he went on n protracted spree which ended as stated Whore He leaves n wife nod three I i childrenII Eldridge were I sentenced to the penitentiary for three years for burning time barn of Matilda Shockey in Bmuhitt enmity in 1181U The crime was peculiarly atrocious from the fuel that Mrs Shockoy was n poor widow and with the barn the flame consumed most of her crops for that year which were largely produced by her own haiufcTl At a school trueUe election in Magoffin j county there was N general ftht between jj tho ltoward and iLyons factions in which pUtuU clubs rocks and other weapons I were freely used for the elucidation of educational1 problems Two sea wereII I j shut one daugeruiivly cut a fourth stis j I tained M fracture of the skull and a fifth came out of the fraca with a broken arm There is a lady preacher in New Castle who is drawing largel crowds says theII I IUminenco Constitutionalist 811Wag raiiHMll in the oast end of this county ntll isI said to eau eloquent speaker Sunday night the courthouse was packed with people who cause to hour tlma woman evangelist She Is a member of the Lap tilt church rand it is said that no Iet f than 150 people from the vicinity ofI previouslyg1 In XcwI Castle to hear her preach Sunday night i j John S Haulcy is a respected farmer livinc near Hilltop Fleming county has n pretty daughter who is hlghlrc spected Some days ago Charley Mcln tyre n young man is alleged to have made insulting remarks about her The matter was in court at Flemingsburg I Saturday and the father became w enraged that he jumped on young Mcintyre and cut him in four places with n knife before they were separated Mclntyre is seriously injured Hunlcy was held to the circuit court During the fight County Clerk McCrcary jumped from a window and was badly hurt Two small sons of Luther Robinson colored were arraigned in police court in Owensboro for stealing a horse and buggy belonging to Mr 0 D Read says the Messenger They are aged six and four respectively and Judge Pendletan allowed there to go free on condition that their mother take them into the keldoY0r JtckupajwLgire each a sound thretWtg This she did as all the tigh ten CM testify Sbe piled a heavy strap witil ete tf tw fmm atopped her The boys stole n horse belonging to Mr Ab Jones last week but were not arrested They were turned over by their mother to the police Samuel Jeffries eighty years of age who died at his home in Casey county leaving a widow helplessly paralyzed eight grown children and eightyseven grandchildren had a rather interesting and remarkable family record He was married in Russell county many years ago but for six years and six months after his marriage no child was born in the family During the succeeding fif teen years however he became the proud father of nineteen children Eleven of the lot were girls There were seven sets of twins that arrived consecutively and then five singles Two of the girls married and each of them became twice mothers of twins The whipping post is not very populorI in the state but flogging is a favorite means of punishing some the mischievous and mean small ofI who persist in getting into devilment At Hnrrodaburg five small boys who were arrested by the marshal for persisting in playing baseball on the 1 parentsito l boys to their homes and stated to theI mother of each in turn You can give this boy a good switching here in my presence or conic t5 the police court in the morning to pay his tine and cost to get him out of the workhouse 111I every instance the homo punMimptit was chosen and inflicted and several tllllliII he had to call a halt lest tilt too severe When nil five had been well flogged he delivered them a lecture and released them A Chance to Make Monoy I have berries grapes and poaches a year old fresh as when picked I use the California Cold process do not heat or seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last week I sold directions to 1HO families anyone will pay a dollar for directions when they see the beautiful sample of fruit As there are many people pour like my selfI consider it my duty to give my experience to such and feel confident anyone CPU make one to two hundred dollars around home in n few days I mailsautple of fruit aunt complete directions to any of your readers for eighteen 2cent stamps which is only the actual cost of the samples postage etc to mo FrAXCis CASI- YUJl St Louis Mo NVohave over Six ITfNniiEn Doi IAHS title us on subscriptions job work and advertising We need thu monoy anti rust have u sot tlement If you havent the money Ito pay up bring us hums chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything J family can use to advantage and we will make ar rangemoiits for settling Our sul- j thurot1uhhIoverhauled on the 1st tiny of Aucr list next and all Wilt are iu arrears dropped therefrom Look at the date afteryoiir name on the wUlrew of your paper and see how you stand If in arrears come in and settle at once for if you dont your name will ho stricken from our nailing list on August 11SG- stand should you fail to receive THK HKHAID after that late you will know tutu reason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS 1 1Monor Mado in 1 Minute I not made less than sixteen dol lars any day while selling Centrifugal Ice Crcnm Freezers Any one should mako from five to eight dollars a day selling cream and from seven to tOil dollars selling freezers as it is such n wonder there iis always a crowd wanting cream You ran freeze cream elegantly iu one minute and that astonishes people so they all want to taste it mind then many of them buy freezers ns the create is smooth and perfectly frozen Every freezer is guaranteed to freeze cream perfectly in one minute Anyone CAnI sell ice cream and the freezer sells itselfI My sister makes from ten to fifteen dollars a day J F Casey tit Co 1143 St Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you full particular tree so you can go to work and make lots of money any where as with one freezer you can make a hundred gallons of cream a day or ifI you wish they will hire you on a eahqA4 r A first lad wcead premium are offered at the coning fair for the be tgeatle eH riders LIGHTNING ICURES Colic Cramps Dlarmcea Flux Cholera Morbus NauseaChanges of Water Etc 1i HERD i IN J of keep a full hue of hwclnItJ I HOTDROPS ISJe M HMENSU PRACTICAL 1 2 IIrC1lHJjReptiring Fine Watches and Gold Syectacles a tt Specialty If you need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see usI Iii We can save you Dig money I rT 1VTJTTTTi TAt A u i w rfil u 1 iIDX lJr ITsanit KytiL MRS LOU DAY Proprietress 111ItmJ The table the best the market atlorcls and rates reasonable Es J 2rPlemtt Livery Stable Ini i connection 1CeSoleBang I WINCIIESTKR KY N II WITIIEKSlOON President 11 D II UNTIilt Cashier Paid up CnpitiiT 20000000 Surplus 0000000T- hi5 Brink solicits the Accounts of miser fhanU frtrmer traders andl busbies men generally thr nglmut pastern1 Kentucky and oJtJrs iiu customers every facility and the most liberal terns within time limitsi ol IcgitinuH baukiittr uctlSly Y DIXGFEIDKK JL WITH LI IDaH Dins nJOii n Go Inriortrr amid Jobbers oi DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos fj37 539 and 511 Vist Main Street LOUISVILLE KY THE J1 DAY BOLLBRMILL I puts have sty l1IIr Mill in first class unlir amt tuiriiiiio us oiul flour us eon If iiiiiilc on IIDV mill in the State where good wheat is f nii licil 1 will buy Wheat at tIlt Highest Market Price or will exchange Hour for wheat on ts reasonable terms MS rang other rosier mill in time state lint I positively will not buy or grind nary smutty or musty wheat as it would work to the disadvantage of the mill ns well ns those who furnish good wheat I will state that I am the sole proprietor of the mill anil I will thank any patron of the mini to report to me any cause of com plaint theymay have front any employe of the mill aims I gunrllllttc to witisfy all Just r claims as I intend to deal fair and liberal with the people and trust they will favor me with their patronage as I feel this Iill an enterprise for the good of the entire com Immunity Thanking the people for their liberal pat i renege I am very respectfully J T DAY T COLVIN Wa WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WIftstIIJIcL MT STERLING KY 1HCuts +i 4erulesI Scratches Bites of- Animals and Sag Etc Tastes Geer = SmlI Ger S rmllII rg and JOiiDnS I also keep a full line of Millinery Notions Dress 4 Goody and Fancy Grocerios rIto which the attention of the public in invited and their patronage solicitodIf MRS LOlY DAY Ii TRADERS DEPOSIT BArJKii JIT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I Srnrirs 30000 11 J M moSTArP President G L KIRK PAIRiCk Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit the business ofnstr chants farmers traders and business race generally tlirou liiiit KHttern Kenfn ky A general Imnkiiig l isinesf dote sire use chance to smdvolt H mnk 1k IMV your cheek tad loan sot monoy when to reJ- ttW TiinMlSdN Casliser THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QTIXCST Drat K3 Chica crto tarp if the Srvu V frxt COMPANY for infrmatton rtxir itC ACC Jtt JiUttr snce Dt11 tii papa fly to doing yu ia liteoil Ctet Krlitp fee lIu paid over fXWnWOO fori 8Ccflrtal i IJUliutBe your own Agent f tIlo MK01CAI EXAMINATION lUQtIREtt ma- xH i1 I MAUPINLITlt 4 REED PEEBLES Co tfIIOIIfcsALE D1JY GOOD V NOTIONS Cc c PORTSMOUTH OHIO TABLETS D BUCKEYE u llbj OINTMENTCU- RES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES COLD BY AM ariTirriTiriibrXiniillCSIT UXD CO ST tOm 0vtr Profit Paying Stop it Get ere Ortat Catalegva sal WV ors Guide Well wad it tat U apraige aTk part JleeV Pigs asses l1uatn tacri eftI7tklac Iia lie tulle yesa wlaat yes Y wkl ui y bry e w of 1- iape 1 tlireaseka rar Id11lUyrJVwIP A eetlelW ii mli f 1 ti1 LWEc