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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j IiIf J ME FlAZEL BFlEE HERALDl =SPENCER COOPER Ownor And Editor Of n NoUy Wiirlil will N MV 1roin All Nntlonn Iumhrlng nt 1118 Dnck tlOO A YEAR Always In Ad vane I ITWELFTH YEAR 1IAHKT GREKX WOLFE COUNTY KKNTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 JSOO NUMBER 14 1 1 Easy to Take asy to Operate reficatiirtS jitcnHnr to Hoods IllM Small In jiltl tUdell enb lent tlionnitfli Ai one man IHoodswlit You ntvrr know you I 1twretaktunI 1 our SW e I Itool t0t Irn J1ussiretnrl PillsTho only hills to take with Hoods Sarsal arllla and Eastern Railway IFexington In Ellect April 1199G1 l BOUND No X Nil o STATIONS No 1 I Sundays I Daily ex Ilntlyduly Sunday Lexington ID 00 am III W pm IlI a pin Iron l lUllI i ll 21I IIIII d JM Ipm Ylncli rsr 10 mn I III I01 1111I I pro yalrlii t 111111I lft IIT pin I IItI ipar- tnnlllII 1 ids s t7 Ml pin I 10 pin Clay tlly x 1111111I i i IIV jnn ill 10 tun Stanton S 1011111r oa pin 11111 win Filnon i Viiiiu I I1Jj pm 1014I mn Ihtuti T 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nrrivc JIII tI11 rom Netliurland JD LIVINTiSTON Vice Ires nail Ilea Mnn CHASSTOTT dtn Pas + AKCH COIN HARVEY Replies To Mr W C Whitneys Rocout Statements about Silver Tho Xow York Journall under unto of Chicago Juno L 2 publishes tie following lI II MyI answer to Mr Whitneys state lent that the election of a free coinage i1n slilent and congress would plunge the country into ruin is as follow On the election of a president anil emigres in i NovemberI coinmittiil to free coinage the danger of a punk will i ass I IR tiny j We will cro 1I111Ui danger lint the moment Unit fact iis known Tho next tiny silver will begin to advance and gold tn decline IDeclining gold will como out from hid lug 11111 fewI days after the election hnr ry to necknu investment and will go activelyI into eiienlation It will seek to invent it elf in things that tae liningI for it will Gill in value Thin i III law HI inexorable as anyof tho certain laws of trade The wheat in existence in Mire to fall in vidno whon it is known hunt a large new crop Iis coining the eta rlli felt bofort the new crop iIn hnrvcMrdI So it will be with gold when it is known that n new crop of money hsi coming ItiIis enhanced gold thnt inj hoarded leprcclatiinj gull will go rut tltily into circnlntion for favored Hivostmenta in the fining markets My alto time the free coiiuigo iut Iis pnM d tin Itwo mctnln I will him cone togrther Thom Will ienr disasteri from u bimoUdlic xtiuuiiird do not nndervtnnd whnt bimotnllimn IiI or urn Hclflahly interested in promoting a dear money Iii nletellisnt is the right to MI money made from either of two inetnU when ono is scarce the other in used If gollllis cuornured tho people use silver If the proilnction of use Iis Its sened the other Iis lined llmttalliiii gtvit tu the debtor the option to use money inmlo from either metal If one is easier to get than the other or is cheap er thiui tin1 other he HACK it nnd this shifts the demand fnnn the dearer metal to the cheaper metalI and restores tho commercial Purity Hoof pork dud mut ton are in competition with each other to supply the demand for meats and as long as this is tho cnso neither win rise nndnly in value and threaten the health of the nation Neither could gold rise undulyI in value as it huts nod threaten tho credit of this notion if silver worn in competi huh with it as money Tho supplyof the two metals is limited All the gold in tit world available fur use as money can Ill put in tutu lirst flour outliers of the Journal dud tilt the silver in the world available for nso as money can bo stored in the xamo building The Tnilcd Stolen produces in a single year from its facto I ries IIIlIlfliebN enough to require all tho silver in tho world to pay for it Such I a nation can1 maintain tho commercial purity between tho two metals IIt is the lack of knowledge of tho worlds production of gold and silver before and sluice 187U that accounts for tho errors into which tho eastern peoplo fall To tho statement tlmt frco coinage of silver will drivo gold out of circulation i WILL SILVER WIN Au EaQlish Authority Admits It Will Give Us tho Markets of tho World An editorial in the London Commerce a recognized Itradeanthority a champion 11111111lalnllIj I world has canned considrablo talk among Cincinnati hiiMnc 1I men 1From it tho following extract is taken Leaving the ipiaMion of taritls for a moment let ns consider what a bimetal list America will mean for ui In the lirstl place it will menu an immediate premium upon1 IInited States exports The ellbct of coining silver at the proposed ratio wonl1l III all probability bring about n great boom in manufac tires ofall kinds Wngis might rise tconsiderably hilt the experience of other tcountries goos to show that they would not tine in proportion to tho advantage which exporters would derive who sent their goods Ito a gull uuslllIg country to witt the Ililted Kingdom The maim factunrs of the states would not In ijnito in the same position of vantage as tho agriculturists of the Argentine nor the exporters in India tint they would have a stillicientI leverage our the manu facturers here tto turn tho Hcalo in every trade where now there Iis a doubt which way the mnrket trends In tin plates many k IlItIIIf machinery including some of tho very heaviest in leather h0nItheI hold his own the oiled of the change would be decisive Then this pulley Is also a bribe to the farmers American dead meat live cattlo being prohibited wheat and nil farm produce snitnblo for exportation would comet over in greatly augmented quantities for thin diUcreneo in the exchange would mean such an ad dition of profittthat an iminctm stimulus would be given nil along the IlineI As to silver mining all that can be said is that there would be n rush Tho dimen sions of the movement would depend upon puny things imposdhlo to foresee TheseI anticipations of what has become possible are out be it remembered based onniere theory Wo know already too well what to expect from foreign traders in a country where silver is the standard currency India Japan told Argentine urn all bearim witness to the insidious ellect on lUilish trade of conditionsslmi lar to those now in perspective in the United States Meantime1 wo cannot too soon face the possibilities and realize the true significance of the position ns 11111AisAmong our local business men this is considered a substantial acknowledge ment that free silver coinage nt the ratio of In to 1 with gold would glvo UH tho marketi of tho world both for our nwnufacturern and our agricultural pro duct Knqnlrcr A OhiHca to Make Money In tho past three months I have cleared floTi07rl selling Dish Washers IJtlill most off tho work my brother helpede some I expect to do better noxtaonthu te Polities Is III1 II s 4 us No man could deny thnt nudge Hcckncr wnf4 the choice of tho dill tract or deny that ho was tho strongest man that could be nominated nnd yett his defeat was nccomplished by politicians who owed it to Judge Heckner individu ally and to the ItIIWlHllsI of Clark cOlin Ity as a county to bend every effort to fc cure his nomination In no county in the district did Judge Heckner have more devoted friends than in Wolfo county Fin days before the county convention Judge Heckner was in Wolfe county and was assured by everybody that Wolfo county Wits solid for him and he would have no opposition in the Wolfe county covets thou That was on Monday He fore Saturday W Ik Lykiiis of Morgan county became a candidate expecting to curry Morgan nod Wolfe both of which were for Heckner the votes of either be ing sullicient to give him tho nomination on the lirst ballot tall when tho Demo I ruts of Wolfe stet in convention Satur day n light was made by men who were relied upon by Heekner nnd who should have been his friends to instruct tho county for ILyklns first Turner iccond and Kitpatrick third This action was opposed by 1 1r John Taulbee llonry IK Iiernlt Duck liollon Heatty inmhill Charley Hyrd Thrasher Combs nnd scores of other gallant Democrats and as true friends as were ever found in tarry county who were willing to concede tho county to ILykins first but insisted that it should be given to Heckner the peo plus choice next Two conventions wero held Tho 0110 instructing for Heckner second received the endorsement nnd approvalI of the county chairman yet ttho delegate named1 by that convention were ignored at Heat 1ty villo and thin other delegation recog nized nudge Heekner in the Louis vine convention last year at tho request of Judge Swango who nt Campion was one of the leaders in thin light against mint placed Kwango in nomination for register of tho land olllce and tho dele gation from this county not only voted for Swango but placed their votes in his bands to bo traded when ho could gain anything fur himself by n ttrade They went to tho Madison delegation nod in opposition to sluice of tho leading nee in Madison seen red eight out of thirteen votes for Swiingo and again just ns tho result of tho vote in thou rrce for register was about to bo announced when it was believed by tho convention that Swaogu wax defeated and a stampedo was start ing to his opH ncnt tho members of tho Clark delegation rushed to the lKenton delegation and by securing stud saving twcntynino votes there won tho day fur Hwnngo Ho thou admitted thnt ho owed his nomination to Clark county Ivory man from Wolfo county except Swango was willing to concede to Judge Heckncra friends the right to control half tho vote of Wolfo county In tho Hcntty villo con vcntion and but fur his resistance that would havo been done nnd Heckcer would have received the nomination 1111bPAY UPrWolmvo over Six IIiNi itKDPoL iAita duo us ou subscriptions jobIt work ami advertising Wo netjdl tho Imono nnd must Imvo 11 set tloinontto If you havent tho mon to Illly up bring UR lminaohiolcoud t orIout wood hay or nhuoat anything a family can uso to nd vnntnge nnd wo will muko at rnngomonts for settling Our sub seription list will bo tthoroughly overhauled on the JMt day of Aug ust nextt and till who nfl in nr ronra tl r Plod therefrom Look at tho Into aftoryour namo on tho address of your paper and sou how you stand IIff ill arrears como in and settle utt once for if you dont your namo will bo stricken from our mailing list on August 1 1SOJ nnd should you fail torocoivoTin II Kit AII after Ihnt into you will know the reason why j YOU ARE IN ARREARS I Tho Law Retarding OannoJ Qootlti Grocers and other dealers in canned goods tt111aa manufacturers thereof are now governed by n new law in tho state which went Into ellect on July 1 in ref erenco to the labels to bo put on ihl goods Hy rending the following which is n copy of tho IInn passed by tho last legislature llto o interested tuny save u hue Section I That it Mini I be horonftcr unlawful in this state for nay packer or dealer in preserved or canned fruits and vegetables or other articles of food to oiler canned articles for stile after July 1 IHKt with tho exception of goods brought from foreign countries or pack ed prior to thin net unless such articles bear n mark to indicate tho grade or quality together with tho namo anti nil dress of such than person ot corporation that pack tho sumo or denier who sells Hits same Sec J That all soaked goods or goods put up from products dried before cnn ning shall bo plainly marked by an adhesive libel having on its fnco tho word lI Soaked in letters not less In size than ttwolino pica of solid anti legible typo and nil cans jugs or other package containing maple sirup1 or molnsso shall be plainly marked by an adhesive label having on its faro till nnmo nnd add rom of thin person firm or corpora time who mado or prepared the sane f together with tho name and quality of tho goods in letters of the size provided in this section Tho third section provides n hue of not ICM than fO for venders of such prohibited goods nUll n fun of iOn to 1000 for manufacturers nnd those fraudulently stamping or labeling ucli cans or jars nnd wakes it the duty of any Ito I I 4 r s iJt THE HERALD SPENCER COO EH PubJUber DAZBL OKEEN t i K Y =r iRAVE MONTMOWENCI AVERWY 1- The Wcverwend Awthur Murway Owe t They nay la vrrwy clcvah pvvcnohFohuvahtohevllhAndt ptveachWithUpon tho bwavc hcwolo loathe motJlndtoachaweW7nJontclirKnowWcrv compohInmineVounif yDokAndoOJlJll1hDutilwowtIweemlnenlly dayThoclKawvitiFoab id centeadayrl on soulrfaehfonaTaut when hail earned u suit cniluh- To hie ui rw mo chawln outAndslut niiUKht could bwc ak his wiald will And now 1 Away you Hate That hu tjnvo up the KHW of milk And bought it long tallwl t oat But then the fa hlonclianit Hl nee phsblIt too M tightrhon uplltt l r lifklFromI bind then thl nArrowIOfd styleebues- To bwoadtoiMl ehann + d lwrtw t ffjiwn htt pwocured a l wo luj pair And iuvo up eatlnc liw M4l lust then tha bwoadbwlmn style af waybindder11th Uim Of vuwy Btyllnh rvt IhotUIII But n jvv when hta whole suit conohrnocJ To tanhlon w Riikitlon JTor lark of cwacl m milk and bread lie IrwlrhII of luhvailou yIIo1 wally mesh aw a rawpM Ho flMhlunalily dWretlw1 clayFelllly eye i had nuvai vv iald on Hueb Ipwvpah dwoniJ wraialin vwawlAndOut this Lnvve Jloiitrnow cnt t wad Ac cwcmt and gwand ar they X V Herald A BIT OF SUNS lUNg 1 Within 100 mile of my town tliero llvtMi u girl llur ago IK nonewhorc i t tweon 13 and iJ yuan She IU not noUy pretty though tlhf coots near being so when hharhea Heil I la she oxnoUy homely w hun the I Itlut jnirtllug though none of htrirnturc- lnsHluul and Jttte IIK slightly frock She does not drew in the Might of f lon nor on thothtr hand duus ahn ever look shabby or ohI fnslilm urll though alit iloen xomatinu H tear ullull Ocr drcjikcif endI trimmedov lint She cannot really be clillwl ncc pl lulled though kin can ring milt M- cntly t yell play n very liltlts on the plane and write an intcrcctiiij I It l Jn conipan silo qllte often ran not think of naything to say though u vith tho girls hhc lu bometinitm ciiKud of talking too ninth Shu ifa- a brilliant xchnlar and blu iIn not by tiny iniiinrt n dull one In short alt I e girlJlko1 1J youIicro roof i i imprexrionfur she dots liavo ono peoulinr gift j yet after all tho only peculiar th about It la that t hu choose to II 1 Tight moor while n good ninny other proplhL IIwhellL I thecpamo gift keep it locked up moot IIwr1hc tune old oho it unlon very l ntsInilaulal occuslona Tho only thing I cnn compare I gift to at Uio mutncnt in n bit of I pun tend it night be called a jx oetfiUiiNliino generator though n jMieket stJuntvlihe vomt posslhlu place for it I To show how useful tide llttlo gift maj bo mado in cloudy weather IN jensou for Inlrodueing you to 1VInl everydaykind I Winnies life II11H not been marked htt nn startling uvontn and certain tlInter11InftShoansurdtiKiial tluit morning It wa clIlllIII 1 her room stud nho laughtd to hoar her tcuth clatter ho l thqukolrg11aronlCIUtH r Breakfast thtJabyAiuTvcry red la the face Mrs Smith With on oiulous brow wan trying e pacify Lieu while 3Ir Smith wan re rending the last nights nasvnpal+ with a moody cxpixsalou of coup 11aUa0t lice The Instant WinnTo apjicnrcd on tho the r theibak i baby stvippcd crying and held out his1 1 rfjtrirui t6V nit wbpJopK him and be Jy IJ i lj t w t- fr i r T 1 Ltitr f gan talking to him Mrs Smith brow Ucnnic Hinooth sort tranquil OH silt rony to finUh vetting the foodl on the table tapiliaIn of tites the babytvuA sitting in sir high chair pounding the tray with hN two little Hats and crowing while the r t1of tilt family ucre laiiKhingat hmener tllIlrenbreakfast nod cheerfully discuh vd JrAtto school for there was nn errand to be done on the way at a lore The firl nt the counter hnd wit up nearly1 all night iniming n sick brother nnd looked and felt uv cro + M an two ftticks IMore Winnie had fairly told Ire cr rand the girl looked pleaMintcr be foru tin parcel tear done up ulie miled surd as Winnie diwippeand through the door till girl really looked nit though hbo thought the world n very iii placu II And all thnt Winnie had done wna to make n few plemmnt rrmarkn nlxiut the vventber and prevent the girl from u ik Itlf down n lot of unuccetsary hIJXlH fixini the shehe Ixenuiie she sort tjit ylrl wna tlrtd and to mile and oat l a gaucllby when the turned logo As Winnie came out of the store she OK tight sight of H little nigged hUJ lilt Ung on the eurl tonc A torte tlnr was rollfiiK down ilia grimy cheek and he tooled tho piiturc uf woo Winnie fctopprd and upoke to him and que tkoed him nail found that hits was colde hnnJrrytrtoeNIViir we thU will newlr dot wild Winnk Tome with tae my lit imin and abc led him aeroxa the btreet IInto the Ritr ryNdrr All her ichool war at a eonxiderabli distance from her itonie Winnie u unllr rode In thu tout acv way and so rhr had just the ref itx with her With the the eenta iih taught a puny mince turnover and a stagthatIthe torvkeM r to let the lingeft lnnWe tho radiatnr while he ate thnr del fraI clea abc went on her way rejoicing Tim Mttlo tiny gacd after her Ibis ebeik duitcnded with pastry and a yrln of perfect content on lib dirty llttlu fane The atorekeejier too who lied been raiding hli chore boy in a frigblful manner when Winnie oM nt I the door how looked aa mild aa nny lamb quitIhenevnlfiit In fort and the chore oe wblMllug unftly In hlmclf aa hi wiped the dust from a IIhfoltIVinnlt walked briskly along for IitI III was getting near Mhfxil time A good tawny of the people slut metl glancedj at ber aa they Jwnrcll and tilt arlIfIetJltd Mtmebotv to have n cheering toII fett on them for their eyca lirightenvd I awl they Htepicd1 nurrrquirklyasHlhe their heod a little higher When itile near tIll school hoe lip Winnie overtook one of her elnMHiiaten There was n clout on hit face but t I disappearedoxt jas be turned JIJ hlICuhrlulIKI probl11IIIltedledI youashI tip night trying IInliI dont bettor i they lAlt be don the Iniy bitterly radoge oh yea answeredl Winnie Will I iMiiley told me Jut night that he hoar dune ono of them And I mean to go at thMii In gtMMl enrneat as won aa I liltttI I rh minihenr tracenlynotho could but resolvedI IIthat he would qunltranelrful III euustyJualscem+ r I auld before It star a rule morn Ing null tIll schoolroom felt the eiTect l It The htttit didnt come MS It should hbleut ad reuuln upinb lauI lute and Jllrr Miller frovvm l MM aV hvnrd tlieir fooUtejw in tlm hall butI l situ saw Winnlu her frown faded I uh Moriiiver us Winnie walkitl to rust nearly terry jxtlr of shouldeathe room went loan n triile tin tlJ1rrlflIl1hf IIlit I during the foreniH n iinlenx it was tho falling out of NVIliu 1ntllr oft h surd Julia Davis ra ryIllyfafirthe most Illnatured ivninrks to eiieh other when Winnie chanced their wnv dont know whether alto saidl 1111h tillI1 couldnt help laughing hilt 1I do that two iniimtcs later Xollloand l1u were jmcing the hall urns in arm on till IIOHt of terniN Then were seven scholars who lived hruugeht excepting when theyii f It iIt11M did Annie and Frank Carroll xp1heed she apart others dlKCOiiNohitcly out of n window tropbltoI i fo you say Jn k HobiiiNon she land gone to themI and Ihrtoeo atrin their midst malting nicety over shortness of their commons Then other four joined till group and di1 their lunch also and Uff tlu moth ersof sonic of them had been particular bountiful Ju the mutter of toed tbat day the whole seven fared well cnou und I data say ate all that was good for I tlicmII way schoolstnight Winnie sow two hoyA on the side walk Wheal of her slyly upset a fruit stand behind which sat an old Irish A jiolicemnn who had comeI Iup unperccivcd seized one of tilt iKiyj i tllc other took to his heels and time Otll I woman gesticulated und stormed withI nnd righteous indignation j Winnie hastened her steps nnd lay i Illig her hand on tbe jolicemnns sleeve I asked him very earnestlyI he wouldnt please let the boy go just long enough to help pick up the fruit which was rolling about the sidewalk and out in the Mrcet In an Incredibly short time I if you had iKen there you would have seen the policeman walking renely down the street a M range Rt nlleman righting eethu fruit stand Winnie and the two boys picking up apples oranges IhunannH unit pnnutII as It for n wog rrrilewhile the old woman was laughing to elfs so roan working fret her while she sat still and saying lenientlyI that h s would he lIpl she stiio edI an long as the wurruld held together The iHiy the jmliceinan had let g clime running after Winnie when sh Ihad started on her way Again ru I thrust a tremendous big apple which he had jwit bought of the woman n her hand and then sped away withIII enis litting whoop to Join thu oth boy Wbm Winnie came within thrredoo of her own door hflaw tilt telegraplI Wtlr1 Allen Mrs Aldeii stood In the door way niter reading It with a perplex ttthe and troubledl rxplt lon and giant 111 ut Winnie an if die hud half a mind tu nny something to hr 1krWinnie svinsilhetically Then era Alden spoke quick pnoughli a she aid my airier feI- I i III and I ought to go tn her on th very next ear hut IIItt my girl gnaw a for the afternoon and evening and ther innt feeling well and I dont ilnre leave him alone Why I will come in nail stay wltii himI raid Winnie he rtlly Id just as 1Ikff as hotIfllUw to Would you 1 Mid Mrs Alden the troubled look vanUhlng I ahnnld be tilJayIll run horse and tell mother and1 A bark In ten minutes wild Winnie harrying along When silt returned Mra 111II coming out of the gnte with bona itnd eloak on You wont hour Ut atnv ulna than an hour she said1 na iiln put on her gluves for Mr Alden t+ I idrvuut home at nix and giving 11ina- n few dircctionx he hnntencd awa Old Mr Alden war in our of hit mel ancholy intHxlM eel innixted in npite tit oflhI no u comfort In lift and wns only n horde r I nel exKnse that ovcrylxidy would III oil and lutpjiler if be was out of the way that he ought to bavo dftnlI yeHtttlwfons and the Lord had Mirolv forgot ten him Winnie knew the old gentleman wi loud of telling stories of his younger nnd so when there lAmp a little pniiM in his lamentation nhe nrtfull nailn uiiRer doN and it stun hardly any 111ltrtlj aukfrl orite horwe he hud outs oHited and Winnie trot 1Nlruiuq MM intereHtedly no t1bdit rune fctory IIt It stun long In tbe tellinjr anti when the end was tviicbed nnd old Mr Alden laughing in great gleI over tho ellI ax it was thaw to tfet hit ten Win nlo toaste l his bread ltltII V the tti1 ou IrT tltc slttlngro ni flee Tin when young Mr Alden did nut come old Mr Alden raid Winnie mustt rut Nimething i he toasted mare bread und ale it whit he ktnrted a new story which nhel d heard only once before 11WII n longer our and it rntiehedi dT into KO many other marl I that It was almost eight oclock 1i- ierr t It v a finished hint then young Mr Alden rotor III-L bud born delayed nnd wns IveecdingljI and dispirited having beta tor tried by n frndlxli ttttnraannd lost Ihis M + tur he WHS a Inwyer llu bnNI ended comin into his own hon u tl err hJs father mournful visage altdoter ItWlllnirly radiant with ducrfiilneH with 1 IihI1 of relief When Winnie explained why she wn theta and roar to go Ibe Terse also to go with her though she toll him Kho wiiKiit the least 1 hit nfnild linleed slut would have preferred to go aloneyoyoung Mr Ilion was NO polite and III iillcd and tiller so much thatahc Fht good deal in sere of him An they walked along she svIshm rd11rllcould thinkof something to say to him The stars were shining and itsurd suddenly occurred to her that she had errhtigohtgefilte in a line and HO she asked him timidly about them it happened that astronomy hit always boon n favorite study with young Mr Alden and he not only an sacred Winnies question gladly but stood for Kovcralntinntos after they had of reached time gate tolling her about tho different conBtellatlouH v arc 0 y hThen be thanked her courteously f atnyinj with his father bade her goodnight and went back looking up at the ars and feeling rest 1 and refreshed Winnie tripped up the walk and in toN the house tllxu thinking of the After she had had n little tatlfII her mother nnd gone to look I jjliti room to bed So ended the day for Winnie Stnit and she fell asleep never HiiHpecting that site had a gift or dreaming that she wax otherwise titan a most or diiiary conunonplaee kind of a girl Outlook toII Spree of un Iniuntiic Adjiulrr Nuvril Ills CoiiiiuNjr it fortune ThatItlI 1 base no patience observed u I known iiiMirnnee man t ccrntlyaii people who keep intuiting that then H no stick thing HH llurk Chance rules world and the iiiMirancc biiMincxH Have you ever noticed thnt the IIIIIt1 promising risks are the first to outlet xii rooklricjIthat ought to have brew biinifil to cini der twice in every Lt hours aland out tartanIl rt IIOt IiklfIillol i NttiHiKe inutpany an lrlfilllllllIlo lime furtrns the traveling minify sort the nth Tev rNUr1a go They live high but llicl rent ployers hold them to a strict necouiiiil illy and whenever n boa IHCUIK tiiev get nil the blnnu Now theftir where mujuC lurk touter in A efOr tum New York company rent M fellow I know to MekK nvHle Klal1 n couple of teener ugo to luok over thr tirkr I hIIgot drunk on the train and had been Ntenciilv inebriated for IS loge when I v j j mot hun in u fuvkonville hotel lie1 explnineU hit mimiion to me and I 111rfiui w hal he bad done Of course Ih NIntIGthonk here raid I youd better yn andtr your ninn drunk an you r- slo I to tier olli e anywuy and II 1111I aotartbhtg Jut to let the horse otlice know you are stiff T thin t are my friend for nrvcr loge after tbni and when I did r countrr him in thr barroom 011the J1j j t he true drunker than ewer I tookll him outside sort asked him if he but foll j towed my lulvfop I Why yes be re NMtdt d tr iekly i MS Srut down tlit re and calil1 ev try lluiiK ty blanU rbW ou tilt hMkOlo I triall to Ion with hint hut he would not reUMin 1 brnoughl him laitI returned to hit liquor WItIJill thnt very night luekwuiville had our of Iilap t ICMMti at flees III her hJMtory and n drimkrn fri etuis eoinjMiny was wued- i I J r Ing drunken frlPndr idiocy lrulll IIII HM of SllauINjU They didnt doa thing to hint but give hint a tat job and pn sent him With a mugnitlcent repeater in whl h wn iuiMTibe l 011jj glorious hitttory of hht nhnvviliu Andyellnuppomnomepefiple wouldnt cull that dumb luci X V HerMiil Trutnl to IUe Inuitlti linn Sun de NovikotT in the SfMivuinit dAngleterre which upMur aver her olgnuture in tlu NcuveiK Kevie ttII apropos uf Iiuptakc 1I11jTU inerdoU to that hw Kuiii t utriti torn to hitory would lute it rittin While at work un bin History of the Crinuu Kiliglukc retiacU iiwiautliatiiuteoluiit- n letter Nii ixd Iby 4 huelau il and II Hifei who brokeithtUitrd by tIlt death of their son iin the trinclws Ingged th 4 great bUtorian to keep bin memory tillve by niiiitiiiriig him in Ins voi till vs matrix lly ivtuiu of mail iii wrote Ids promine ta do vvluit the I aii htdaunutlxihrstariulaiitu dt1t1l the iniisp u ubk tit tail The rtply oleo juiulyaiJutrlI contained the ex pnMwioii of tiieir giatitudr and InI irl- iliiHJil tlie following iMicunding yen liner What detail do you requm 1WI1 you eon inutit oil hm Jiccoiiitt will be gladly cccpKd by II h r rIItirely on June klndiy imiginntioii London Chionieii A lldtlokun In III Nliclit TIll IUMII in till uPitr utrtii leaned Ar lU fdgv und Jauindug bin sown Irmly down on sir brow crieJ in a roust vaie that tsar iiinliblu nhove the lot llu and nimble ut the CIIii I and flit you lutes there Are Jleh ejaculated the JOllliehrJJ lawcr berth lmot swallowing libII WlmwrAdam apple maxor 1 IIhnaII u usun by waking me up in the mid I Tult i I stout to Know thats why then confound you 1 am dehvcXow 1 hope your curiosity Is satisilcd fVeryJMillionaireI shut up nnd Well then why in tormentdontyou I dnyoursuuriugd i ArgusJJ A csnc bottom choir furnihlics a f natural bnrontckr The loud creaking I the cones when sat upon Is an hull IR cation of good weather but wocu they 1 ilent rain is probable r pt + OT8numer ttcmea In the Lake region of Wisconsin V ern Michigan Minnesota Iowa and Da channlngJI IM aUlire located noervllichThfIiiIllortaiSS Ts mend Atiiig time list arc nanatS to manytif nur reader as th0 r r2 jfJSalllntenes1iMilwaukee and none of theta are so away from tho busy marta of clvllizati that they cannot be reached In a few h ovcrtlioroodh tlcrloCJ luhotcteratesoo1nlG ltJetGAgent Chicago j Jets LIHC JnoTI goose Ira Ine Irr fa11mJJmewllIrc tnfolt 1 told hbut all no answered vai that hc former husbanl t pttutlteGIltIako Frost 1vo luft tour former baMlsr tIIeaol Plain heater t i XRaitOit1 1rlal Pvo 100Al Sr Milkbt n 1 l1 for ltrttn theta3d Hoods i Sarsaparillah I n 1 hJ Hoods Pillo 4 JJ rThe Greatest Medical Discover of tlc A c- KEBIWSDYS MEDICALI DISCOVERT DONALD KENNEDY of ROXHURY mI- L u vrej In CII r iit r r comm Pre a rlJ1Jv tIt t ts isv kind of liir frI tie vurt SoofiJ down to a c iiiion Pimple lunriIretssonj jboth thundir humor He 1 ItilIs inhi pos e inii over two luno d certifoi of its value all virhin tt mia Uoston Send postal cird f tn k frcI1IJliii when the right quality Iis t en When the lungs nre ain tj itcsaw 1 shooting tlIm c lIdj rxfy IntrI a uI I Iliisis tau t 1 g stuppelrnJ always ui t rt1rS l3 1 alter taking it Kend tilt Ld f It the stomKh is foul or I iuyi- thhfalhtgsatfr I cause 5qinuii t 1 lytoo chaueI 01 dirt ever n + ary t 1 the lrt VJ cni Fri tdI RhclJ Dose one L U poontil id vuter all 1 tune Sold by all Druggltt u I DRESSMAKERI FWD THE 01- ORIGINAL NUbJN PUBLISHED En This Count z Lart de La rtlllt J t1 haft Ih iii ti rm3Uca the lutton of rurr f your ci i iUrf ndS + m rgrn eft + eejG 1 r t 1 ul 111 THEyOflSEBROaGBTOHB a XU iMt 2ot2i sitrccrxlt AiiiI era and iwt iar H tW YO r B o fOUN W tiNC DCTWIf G xeTl TOLEDO and DETR SILO V SllBULED THAINS FAST l E- EICELlEtT EQUIPMENT IMAU3URATED HAY Lrr + THC SCHEDULE Iv Cliirlniiutl lulioii in OilJ Vr TiliMlu k1t p ni rtlrf IlrUvtNr1r to 11 atl3rt- Through Coaches and Parlor Cars on OajTw Throigh Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Ci lo Toledo and Cincinnati Dalroil on HigMTa fin NIM fVto bcluru Cl uuou II IIII u noon An OCR icw YORK L1NEt JAS OJon G 8 Olll CUICA00 LINE UOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINE I lttrrt + nrllr4ftpuaphtltnhu- rlallItil ttunltdolulouterfeC l U id- p i t- l lrllIIllIIli IS IU ntutlrrr- IhueTurtlStc co I11a ++ AT M heres MONEY M No business pays as well on anwjj as DRILLING WELLS WI modem machinery 1 IIfIT SU the Reason I L0NS Ifyou accept a substituj you must not fuss becag its not as good as genuj HIRES Rootbcer 1 rtir nit M TEt CArr1a 1 Illd + fe rleeablr a 113epedetrmetrrSelluae rdrrat Gy EPASENTAIIVErnrarunolralI p MSOmlalreCuinlntutn lame nUII4U llGlp tv J out JaWrSAS i r Cd4 i i I r w sr =y i rwTBOis DAVID I I 1Tribute to the Boys Who Wore the T Bluo and the Gray I I I r naekln Now ArC Laid sway and fr TIBr vt Warrior Am TnUlnp a Lung IlOUt 3 BWtf WaltliiR for tuna mate imam tie Call to Sound II The text of Dr Talmagc Sunday was itmons Song iv 4 Tic tower of no David bullded for an armory whereon I bucklers alljtfrtre hang a thousand ihikldsof mighty men I The church Is compared to an ar the walls hung with trophies of jury 4ed hcroes Walk all about this tower I rfDa W and sec the dented shields and tile twisted swords and the rusted lied i i eU of terrible battle So at this eason a month earlier at the south u month later at thu north the American churches are turned into armories adorned with memories of departed ides Hlossom and bloom 0 walls with stories of ulCsnerHlcc and patri I otbin and prowess By unanimous decree of the people 4lthe United States of America the graves of all the northern and Iouthl ern dead are every year decorated All j jeerbity and bitterness have gone out lof the national solemnity and as theII I I the south monthmen and women of one floralized the cemeteries and gravetjfO i jtrds so yesterday we the men 111111J women of the north put upon the I tombs of our dead tho kiss of patriotic I affection Hravery always appreciates bravery though it fight on the other cede and If a soldier of the federal II- anny had been a month ago at Savan i rah ho would not have been ashamed i i I to march in the floral processions toI the cemetery And If yesterday CUll federate soldier was at Arlington ho I teas glad to put a hprloC hearts ease oa the silent heart of our dead In a battle during the last war the confederates woro driven back by time federals who were in swift retreat when a federal ollicor dropped wound ed One of his men stopped at the risk of his lift and put liisfltwus around the officer to carry him from the field Fifty confederate muskets wore aimed at the young than who wits picking upI the oflWr Hut the confederate cup tarn shouted Hold Dont tIre That fellow b too brave to bo hot And as the federal officer hold up by his pri rate solder went limping IowloiT II the field tho confederates gave throe cheers for th1 brave private and just III before the two disappeared lahind thuI I barn both the wounded officer Mild the brave private lifted their caps in grati tulle to the confederate captain Shall tho Gospel be less generous than the world 1 shall we stuck arms the bayonet of our northern gun facing thts way the bayonet of tho southern gnn Iajur the other way and as the pray of till morning amens into tho blue of no n s i the typical gray and blue of 0111 war times have blended at las and hey quote in the language of King Jan r last translation without any rcvhi it tilory to Gal in the highest siim on earth peace trood will to men Now what do we mean by this great observance FIriit we mean Instruction to one whole griiirationl Subtract 1S4W when the wtr c nml from our IMMJ and you will rca ti what a vast number of iwo ple were burst since the war or wore soyoun as to have no vivid apprecia Ion No one under Jl years of age I has any adequate memory of that prolonged horror Do you remember it I Vcll you haolllI remember that mother swooned away whilel road ing the newspaper anil that they brought my father home wrapped in the ling and that a loud many people came in the house to praymutt mother i faded away after that until again there ere many people in the house and they told inc she was dead There lire others who can not remem ber the roll of a drum or the tramp u a regiment or n high or n tear of thaV tornado of woe that swept tIlt paln nut again until there mason dead in each house Now it is the IlI mcmllllItI I friends tin ro were such part ings I at radt car windows and steamboat wham and at front doors of cone I fortable homes as 1 pray God you may nerur witness Oh what a time it- as I w when fathers aril mothers gave up their sons never expecting to soo them nn n and never did see them again until they came ball mutilatedI and crushed and dead pericnccs1OUryealsnf gravo digging Four years of funerals llirgosaIOlrllIlGteas hell h t loose What a time of waiting for news Morning paper 1 evening paper scrutinized for intclllI fiance front the boys nt tho front t announcement that the battle mustoccur the next day Then the news of time battles going on On time following tiny sun going on Then news of 30000 slain and of the names fallenbutao mirydaysthIS town or city but no tens from our- bor Then a long list of wounded and long list ct tie dead and a long list it missing And among tho last boyWhen lng How missing IVlio WasLel r lIj fa ho 6le ft Wisslnj Misiiogl hcr f A r tow not Lr u What yethewaiting for news many a life perished The ThatIsheiof the window rs though sho ex some one to come along the Path and Up the steps as she Rolllo missingWhat all this might have been avoided There was more need of that war than at this t1aggerthroughChristian philanthropists In those days scoffed at by both north and south who had the right of It If they had been havehadadvised by those Christian philanthropists Let the north pay in money for the slaves as property and set them free The north said We can not afford to pay The south said We will not sell the slaves anyhow Hut the north did pay in war expenses enough to purchase the slaves and the south was compelled to give up slavery anyhow Might not the north better have paid the money and saved the of 500000 bravo men and might boltlloutI swear you by the graves of your fathers and brothers and sons to new hatred fortho champion curse the universe war 0 Lord God with the hottest bolt of thine omnipo tent indignation strike the monster down forever and ever Imprison it in the deepest dungeon of the eternal penitentiary Iolt it in with all the iron ever forged in cannon or molded into howitzers Cleave it with all the sabers that ever glittered in battle and wring its soul with all the pangs which it over caused Let it feel all the con tlagrations of the homesteads It ever destroyed Deeper down let it fall and in fiercer lame let It burn till it has gathered into its heart all the suf fering of eternity as well as time In the name of tho millions of graves of its victims denounce it Tho nations need more the spirit of treaty and less of the spirit of war War is more ghastly now than once not only because of the greater de slruetlvoiicKs of its weaponry but be cause now It takes down till best men whereas once it chiefly took down the worst Bruce in 1717 in his Institu lions of Military Law mild of the Eu ropean armies of his day I fall in famous persons nail such us have com mitted capital crime heretics atheists and all dnstnrdly feminine men were wooded out of the army it would soon bo reduced to a pretty moderate num her flogging and mean pay made them still morn ignoble Officers were appointed to sue that caohI soldier drank his ration of a pint of spirits a tiny There were noble men III battle but the moral character of tho army then was U5 per cent lower than tho moral character of an army ti day IiO notch is war now the more detestable because it destroys the picked men uf the nations Again by this national commony wo moan to honor courage Man of those departed soldiers wow volunteer not conscripts and mummyof those win were drafted might havo provided a substitute or got oil on furlough or have deserted The fact that they lie in their grave is proof of their bravery Brave at the front bravo at the eye nons mouth bravo on lonely picket duty bravo in cavalry charge brave before the surgeon bravo in time dying mesfcago to till homo circle Wo yes- terdaY put a garland on the brow of courage lime world wants more of it The church of God is in woeful need of men who can stand under1 lire The ilion of worldly derision roars and the sheep tremble In great reformatory movements at the first shot how many fall had The great obstacle to tho churchs advancement is the Inanity tho vacuity the soft prettiness the HUll 1Ip1In hislII of professed Chris IItians Great on a parade cowards in battle Afraid of getting their plumes rutiled thoy carrya parasol over their helmet they go Into battle not with warriors gauntlet but with kid gloves not clutching the stvord HIt too tight lost the glove split at the back In all our reformatory and Christian work the great want Iismmore backbone snore mettle more daring inure We would in all our churches like prowess to trade off a hundred donothings Quit your for one dvoverything selves like meldbe strong Thy saints In nil thl glorious war Shall conquer though they die They mas the triumph from afar fItlllele It with their cyn this national oh Again we menu by sacritieo for oth siMvation to humor self ere To nil these departed won homo anil kindred wore as dear as our homo iuJldudredmnt to us Uoyou prow how flII morning withI I starting out tomorrow nine chances out of ten against our re turning alive for tho intelligent fiol battle ahead hut manot onlydlcr sees exhaustion Had lanai sickness and chosen they could have spent I these men and today In tholr homes the last night have been seated where you are the camp not because they rite11It better than their own house 11 followed the drum and fife not be and better music than the cauSO tl 11II rc1 Co South voicesI of the and theMurfreesboro lountln and were notChlclrnhomlnyswamps of the pbee risked and lost all for There Is no higherublimits others for than that To keep thrccqut1roL1 ourselves and give onequarter to oth era Is generous To divide even with others is generous To keep nothing for ourselves and give all for others la magnanimity Christlike Put a girdle around your body and then measure I the girdle and see If you arc 60 or CO I II Incites round And is that the circle of I no your sympathiesthe size of on Or to measure you around your elf11Cc would It take a girdle large enough to encircle the laud and encircle the world You want to know what wo its dry theologians mean when we talk of vicarious utTerIng Look at the sol diers graves and find out Vicarious Pangs for others wounds for others homesickness for others blood for oth ers sepulcher for others Those who visited the national cemeteries at Arlington Heights and at Richmond and Gettysburg saw ono In- scriptIon on soldiers tombs oftener repeated than anyotheriJttlcnown of When about Jl years ago I was called to deliver the oration at Arlington Heights Washington I was not so much impressed with tho minute guns that shook tho earth or with tho at tendance of president anti cabinet and foreign ministers and generals of the to army and commodores of the navy us with the pathetic and overwhelming suggestiveness of that epitaph on so many graves at my feet Inknown Un known It seems to me that the timo must come when the government ofn the Inltod States shall take off that epitaph They arc no more unknown If Wo have found them out at last They aro the beloved sons of time re if public Would it not IH well to take tho statue of tho heathen goddess off the topof the capital fur I hun no faith so In till mortis of a heathen goddess and put one great statue In all our na tional ccmotories a statue of liberty in the form of a Christian woman with her hand on an open Itiblc and her foot on the nod of Ages with the other hand pointing down to tho graves of till unknown saying Those are my sons who died Unit I might live Take off the misnomer Kvorylimly knowns tIm It is of comparatively little im portance what was the name given them in baptism of water In the holier old mightier baptism of blood wo know them curd yesterday till na tion put both arms around them and hugged them to her heart crying Mine forever Again by this national ceremony we moan the future defense of this nation ByeIrywrcllth of flowers on the sol diers graves we 111hlhusl who die for the country shall not bo forgotten timid that will give enthusiasm to our young men in case our nation should in the future nell to defend itself in bat the We shall never have another war between north and south The old de cayed bone of contention American slavery has been east out although hero and there a depraved politician takes it up to see if ho cant gnaw homething off it We are floating off farther and farther from the poWiliil its of sectional strife No d 5tiibiiityof civil war Hut about foreign invasion I min not HO cer twin When I xpoko against war I said nothing agains wlfdofciiM An in ventor told mo that ho hail invented a stylo of weapon which could IK used in selfdefense lint not in aggressive warfare IIsaltI When you got the nations to adopt that weapon you havo introduced tho millennium I have no right to go on my neighbors premise and assault him hut if some rntllan break into my house for tine assassina lion of my family mind Iican burrow a gun and load it In time maid aim it straight enough I will shout him There is no room on thisi continent for any other nation except Canada and a bettor neighbor no one over hall If you dont think so go to Montreal until Toronto and see how well thoy will treat you Other than that there is absolutelyl no room for any other na lion I haVII boon across tho continent again mind again stud know that we have not a half inch of ground for tho gouty foot of foreign despotism to stand on Hut I am not ro sure that some of time arrogant nationsof Europe may nut some day challenge us 1 do not know that those forts around Now York bay mire to sleep nIl through thin next century I do not know that llarnegat light house will not yet look off upon a hostile navy II do oat know but that n half dozen nations envious of our prosperity may want to give us- a wrestle During our civil war there were two or throe nations that could hardly keep their hands oil us It is very easy to pick national quarrels and if our nation escapes much longer it will bo time exception If foreign foe should warms we want men lil o those of 1S13 and like those of 1SC2 to moot theta We want them nil up and down the const 1ulasUi awl 1t Sumter in the sumac churns of thunder as Ft Lafayette and Ft Hamilton Men who will not only know how to fight but how to tile When such a time conies if it over docs come the generation on the stage of action will bUhMy country will earn for my family as they did in tho soldiers asy lum for tho orphans In the civil war and my country will honor my dust as it honored those who preceded me In patriotic sacrifice and once u year at any rate on Decoration day I shall bo resurrected into time remembrance of those for whom I died Here I go for God and my country Huzzah If foreign foe should come the old sectional animosities would have no power Hero go our regiments into time battlefields Fifteenth New York volunteers Tenth Alabama cavalry I ilrfJ Jh1 r r or j r L r 41 Y j 1 iI IIi Fourteenth lennsylYft ta rUtaMp Tenth MasaauhusetU artillery eatSouth Carolina aharpshootenL Idenot know but it may require tho attack nl some foreign too to make us forget our absurb sectional wrangling have no faith In the cry No north south no cast no west Let all sections keep their peculiarities their preferences each doing Its own work und not Interfering with each other each of tho four carrying part in the great harmonythe bass j the alto tho tenor the soprano in the n grand march of lulonnOnce more this great national cere mommy means thu beautification of thotli I tombs whether of those who fell in battle or accident or who have ex pired In their bedsor in our arms or on our laps I suppose you have noticed that many of the families take this season us the time for the adornment their family plots This national observance has secured the arboricul ture until floriculture of time come teries the straightening up of many a on slab planted 0 or JO years ago and so has swung time scythe through the long grass and has brought the stonecutter call out the halfobliterated epi taph This day Is tho benediction of time restingplace of father mother son daughter brother sister It is all that wo can do for them novii Make their resting places attractive absurd with costly outlay but ia quiet remembrance You know how a you can afford only one flower that will do It shows what you would do itI you could One blossom from jOUIIis may mean more than the duke of Wel I lingtons catafalque Oh we can not afford to forget them They were lovely to us Wo miss them so much We will never get over It I lllessed Lord Jesus comfort our broken hearts From every bank of lowers 11 breathes promise of resurrection In olden times the Hebrews returning I from their burial place used to pluck tho grass from the field three or four tines then throwing it over their heads suggestive of the resurrection i Wo pick not the grass but time flowers and instead of throwing them over our heads we place them before our eyes i right down over the silent heart that once boat with warmest love toward i us or over the still feet that ran service or over the lips from which toII took the kiss at the anguish of time last parting I But stop Wo are not infidels Our bodies will soon join tho bodies of our departed In the tomb and our spirits shall join their spirits in the laud of the rising sun Wo can not long be i II separated Instead of crying with 1 Jacob fur Joseph I will go down into I I the grave unto 1113 son mourning lct1 us cry with David I shall go to I him 1 On ono of tho gates of Greenwood h the quaint inscription A nights lodging on the way to the city of tho Now Jerusalem Comfort ono another with these words May the hand of I hint who skull wipe mommy all Uara from your eyes wipe your check with its Mftist teivlcrnoHM The Christ of Mary unit Martha and Lazarug willII enfold you in his arms Tho white robed anlfl4 who wit at the tomb of i Jesus will yet roll the saute stone front the door of your dead in radiant IuurII rection The Lord himself shall de scend from Heaven with a shout and the voice of till archangel So tho Head Marcli in Saul shall become the hullo hljai chorus INTERESTING ITEMS I A ciniioYMAN in Brooklyn intimated I tho other day that ho was not getting salary enough hail his congregation Im mediately cut kith down M pcr cent DIL JTSSHI is authority for the state ment that under Missouri laws three men with SlO can start a college tumidl grant diplomas in law anti medicine IKiNCK li tSII or liATTRMiKiioH estate for which letters of administra tion have just been granted to Irln cuss Hcatrice amounted to Sli115 in mill tits extent of tho bicycle craze in lHngland my bo estimated from tutu fuel that a company organized to manufacture pneumatic tires is capitalized ut i SiOOOOOOODKACON PKAIIOUY NKWLAND of Law rcncovillo N Y was present at tho laying of tho cornerstone of tim Hunker lUll monument If ho lives until Sep tember 30 next ho will be 05 years of UgH WILLIAM I GIOUOII n business man of Springfield Muss received a bottle of wino from an unknown source It I was turned over to a chemist who found It heavily charged with strych nine A TKJIIKIIATUIIK Of 1000 to f 000 do greeN can be produced only the carbon points of an electric pro light The next hottest place in thui world is in tho crucible of an electric I furnace Tilt fact that only two ships hearing I I the American pug were seen in UnrcoI lena Inst year is brought out by a cor respondent of a marine paper as ex plaining time impudence of tlit mob In that city toward the United States eon suit during the recent antiAmerican riots lilts JOIN M CLAY owns the Henry Clay farm In Kentucky She has such a tender feeling for her stock that has provided for tho futnro of all the superannuated animals on the place by leaving each S 0 in be will so that they may receive good care until death ensued r 0 t Ii 1 jkp f mhl t h ic1 4kr It r 01 tfo 0 v r 7 Q t4 A LITTLE NONSENSE c TeacherWhat Os ixIdenayP Johnnie I guesa I know teacher1 J Teacher Well Johnnie Johnnie tilts putting down carpets CtevcH land Ilaln Dealer enWhnt I like about Mr Scrlbi ncr In his sang frold Ho is always perk fectly composed Belle Thats mowl than anyone can say of his poetry i t Philadelphia Record i GenerallyI Thats the Hardest of orkUnclc Torn what Is oxecutlvd Its knowing how to make other people work without doing anyryourself Chicago Record Our Balrnlcs Children I hope 1 you jwolctl the apples before eating themlhYcs mother dear What have you done with the ladings1 IOh we ate them after FaniHlcn blatt IYour husband painted the house yt this spring himself didnt he Well yes I suppose ho got some of the paint the house but you wouldnt think If you could see his c1oth sDuC- alo News Your fine said the judge will he n dollar and costs Couldnt you make It 93 fonts asked time lady who had been convicted of riding after dark without n lighted lantern Indianapo lis Journal Old Doctor No sir 1 never have patient die on my hands never Young Doctor How do you manage Old Doctor When 1 find n mean going to die 1 got him to call n special istllnrlenl Life Wright Thought you were outMstarring Didnt 1 hoar you way Home thing lust season about starting outnnd M having the whole stage to yourself for nee In your life De Hamme Well not only hind the whole stage to my self but at the lust town I tackled I t land the whole house for juy own In dianapolis Journal I REMARKABLE HYBRID BERRIES Tim rcrttllrntlnn of Stmwliirrlr lliup 1 hcrrlr Mini IllucUltrrrlo A nurseryman representing a leading iitHterii firm was in the city the other day and he showed a reporter sonic re nmrkablc hybrid berries which ho is 1IIIIdllgnn the market and which prom the strawberry time raspberry and the blackberry us table fa voritcs lime first of these that nay be juon tinned la tho strawberry raspberry which is wild to bo n hybrid between fit nlwhllr mind a raspberry The berry while maintaining tho shape tmd general appearance of uBtrawbcrrii uaq lobules or dupes like the raspberry It thrives on a spreading lowgrowing bush producing its fruit on brunches which cluster in three and four at time cads of the stomK In form und appear alive it might bo said Hint the fruit Is about as good a combination of a straw berry and red raspberry us one could uoll imagine It Is said to conic from Jiipnn and to bo entirely hardy Perhaps the most remarkable hybrid shown was what WON called tilt Golden MuylMMry It IB prlcipnlly no called s IU OIIIIB it ripetiH uboutMuy 1 being Uje otirlioHt berry known The iimybnrrles mar of a golden tttraw color OK large OH the Cuthbert and they ripen near New York UN early UH the unto mimed The bmishes are distinct from all others growing lilt trees from six to eight feet high with spreading tops Along time brunches are largo white wollshuped lilosHoniH which remain pendant Tho history of the variety Is as follows Ten your ago a collector from thin country teas Petit to Inpnn to hunt up the bust wild nitqiborrles blaukborrloH and HtmwborrloK that could bo found Several curious species were returned next Koimnn among thorn beings red and also a dingy yellow unproductive variety of liiibus paliuatUH- Ouo of time plantK thougl bearing only a few worthloKs tasteless dingy berries was selected on account of Its unusual earllncHH to cross with time Cuthhcrt and other tvvll know rl raHphcrrics Among time seedlings raised from this plant was the Golden 11ny berry which t while showing no evidences of the cross wll h t IwClIthll1rt prolmhly hUH affected till now variety Should the now viii rlety prow hardy It In likely It will bc come popular not only because tb9 berry IH unlike any other with a posit ble exception of the yellow mspbcrryi A third hybrid shown was thnteaRedvthe Logan henry wtpposed to he across between the blackberry nnd tho red raspberry The borrlo are largo laity c ris large its the largest blaokberrlCH which they resemble In forum nnd struc k ture hut thoy are a deep reddishmaroon in color Tho cni0 H nre of strong rig 5 wrens growth with nn abundance of 11Ilmlt green foliage ro embllng thntofFtho blackberry more then the raspberry Thoy are senti ratling In habit are tbtI r spines upon f Tho hybridization in supped to be curried on by time bee nnd that hushes maid tines art KO arranged that time re MiltH mummy be detected with the nearest npproaoh to certainty Thto open a somewhat new field for crofmfcrtiltzo ti lion nail no doubt InterestThoughratwatched with no little 0the berries named have not yet been im trod need InK Mils section OR they armsrbecomingb t ter known in New York It Is Jnorc titan likely they will findtheir wry Ihln far w st bcforo any Ir atlt t- a length pf time Bodugrtcr 1empeert luG Chronicle i v V t vY C I 1 f ry n Jjf Iiav J f Uf J f Yr t i Iltt If i 1 J 1 i4c 1sa w I itti1 r J f figWt v rq y r i 1 ior i fi E HERALDT O IPEMOER COOPER t Editor r CIAS E HABICHT Business Manager and Associate Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 2 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FITZPATRICK OF 1IOYD COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENT von CIRCUIT CIRRI Wo arc authorized to announce CIIAS T BYRD of Cnmpton us n landidatc fur the t office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wolfe county subject to the action of thu Demo cratic party UAUUHIKS GHOST FKII 2 1878 it Tun coxsiiI- UCY WHICH BIKMB TO HAVE IJKKX FOIlMIi 1IKKE AND IX ItIlOlK TO Il CTIIOY Ill LEGISLATION AN I OTIIKUWIBK lUOM TlUUi 8iYKXTlIB TO OXIMIALl Till III IA1dIC MONEY OK THE WOULD z ISTHEMOSTCIHIANTICOI TillS Oil AXY r OTIIEIIAOE it THBCOXBUMMA TION Or SUCH A HCIIKMK WOULP tLTI MATIJLY KXTUL MORE MISEKY UIOX THE HUMAX 11ACETIIAX A1JTIIE WAHS IRSTILKXCI AXI FAMINE THAT EVEK OCCLIUIKD IN THE HISTORY OF THE W01UJTolI G CV RMS IEt LACONIO LIVE NEWS lliHORTS in regard to the ravages of the yellow fever in Cuba arc of the most nlarming kind +IT is5 estimated that the Free Silver Democrats will have nearly two ttird s of tho delegates at tho Chicago conven tion next week ft- TIII women of Canton Ohio tendered a grand reception to McKinley last week Five thousand women paticipated and shook handu with tho modern Napoleon Ho was tho only man in the crowd THK Cynthiana Democrat has Iissued n handsome iMpngo edition profusely il luminntcd with wellexecuted pictures of Cynthianati public buildings stores residences business men and numerous points of interest +Tin local option election in Clark county Ky Saturday passed oflquictly and only a light vote polled in time coun ty outside of Winchester Bothcity nut county went dry by decided major tics tho majority for local option being over 500- WILL ofWOOD Grccncastle Iiiu who was arrested with Scott Jackson urn AIouzo Wnl H 111 as accessory to tho mur der of Pearl Bryan is likely to get him self into trouble with time postal author ities regarding two letters written by him to Jackson after the murder IN nn interview published in time New reportedare going straight to the devil but 1 hope we will round to somewhere before wo strike tho jumping off place He thinks Rhind the logical candidate of tho Free Silver Democrats for tho presi dencyAi4fEK H three days wramm ling tho Ic publican convention at Iteattyville suc t VIangieytfrom this district defeating Parson Hopkins of Pike Hopkins says that his defeat for tho nomination and his con test for Jo Kendalls scat has financially ruined him Ha Tin grand jury of Campbell county J Ky hits found an indictment for pcr jury against William R Trusty a wit I ness in tho Scott Jackson case and whoI sworo that ho drove tho carriage which carried time headless body of Pearl Bryan s to whero it was found and another one against John Seward tho detective for the procuration of perjuryc+A DRAIN LESS dolt slammed tho door of a vault on a young lady at Dar oursII villo Ky tho jar causing tho combination r to 8princthu8 locking her in After a hot chase ha found tho owner of tho cvault who alona held the combination aas he was leaving on a train and IJ t t1 A k the young lady was rescued but not un til she had fainted frondright +IN Bourbon county Kentucky Squire Letcher Weathers has n buggy horse which has rocently developed peculiar carnivorous proclivities Thirty young turkeys were turned into tho yard the other day and at noon when Mrs Wen thers went to feed them the horse ISI devouring turkey No 25 Not a feather was left to tell the story a heavy M- Duiuxo ruin storm last week Thomas Richards who was standing in his doorway saw a bright flash heard II hissing sound and then felt a tremor of tho step On looking around soon after he discovered n hole in tho ground about four feet from where he had been stand ing and on further examination unearth cd an aerolite weighing about niiictj pounds This at Alliance Ohio BtuY Dvci3 of Dycusburg Ky was ono of the biggest men in town Monday says the Marion Press Ho was not the oldest however He is only nine years old but he tips the beans at 101 pounds Ho would like to sec another boy of his age who is as large He fills an average chair as full as nn ordinary man i he measures just thirty thrco inches around time waist maul it is fourteen big inches around the calf of his Icg Hilly is n sun of Frank Dycus the tobacco mcr chant COIUIESPONDENCE Correspondents will please bear In mini Unit communications must be received nt tills ofllcu not Inter than Tuesday evenin to insure publication in thu current issue u MORGAN COUNTY Haylovm Missiles Rev J P Lockhart has sold his house and lot to A P Dye Uncle Obadiah Sexton is very sick al time home of his son George Sexton Mr and MM Isaac W McGuire of French ur are visiting Mr McGuireV mother and other relatives and friends near town Bro W W hanker of your town ill in town for the first time since he moved away We would like to welcome him and his kind fancily to their old home againThe late rains the fino prospects for Iti goodcrop of corn oats and hay and blackberries until they lire not worth 10 cents per bucket time bright prospects for a free silver Democrat president and last but not least the liberal premium offered by the Hazel Green Fair association should infuse new life into our people There are fort onc prizes alone in the floral hall department If there is one timing above another in the whole catalogue wo admire it is having the judges of the baby rings mounted when the awards are made Ifwe were one of the judges the higher we were mount ed the safer would we feel June 259 WIMSLESS Mounting the judges was presumably suggested by tint committee in order to protect them from the irate mothers MAGOFFIN COUNTY Hemlricks Hustings C D Sublctt was a guest of A 1 1atrick Monday Dudley II Arnutt WitS a guest of Dury M Arnctt Sunday Eugene 15 Arnctt was n guest of Tos Higgins Sunday night Mrs W 0 Howard Iis visiting her father Logan Arnett today Eugene II Aructt a young lawyer of this place is on tho sick list at present Hill Byrd Will Gainbill mill other government marshals were guests of the II end ricks house Monday 1C N Arnett mill Warney Arnett both ladies fanciers were guests ot Kendall Arnett Saturday and Sunday Ambrose Arnett of this place who lots been in very bad health time past three months Iis considerably better at this writing Some ten or twelve delegates who haul been sharing the Republican convention which convened at licattyvillo on the Jlth inst passed hare Sunday cu route to their homes accompanied by the nom face John W Langley who seemed toI be well pleased The Democrats lire laughing in their sleeves nod soy they are confident within themselves that Mr Langley can speak very well but that Mr Hopkins would have carried more of tho Baptist people By the way Prcstonsburg is going to have the next- ongressman anyhow but what every body says must be true mid that is situ ply that Mr Fitzpatrick will bo tho man June 29 ConrnsroxtiKXT t W n Stacy of Mcnifee county passed hrough hero Tuesday en route to West Liberty and made Tim iIiAiy ollice i friendly call r k IIScrcrfula1 II j Nukes lifo misery to thousands of j J people It manifests itself in many I different ways like goitre swelling running sores boils snit rheum and pimples and other eruptions Scarcely u man is wholly free front iit in illthoI illI Ono True Blood Purifier I Thousands of voluntary testimonials tell of suffering irom scrofula often inherited and most tenacious positive i ly perfectly timid permanently cured jlI HoodsSarsaparilla I Prepared only by C I Hood I Co Lowell Mass His sure to get HOODS ami only HOODS dianerhoods AVo have over Six HrxnitKi Dot LANS duo us on subscriptions job workand advertising Wo need time mono and must have a settlement If you havent the money to pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything a family can u o to ad vantage and we will mako ar rangements for settling Our sub scription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on the 1st day of Aug ust next and all who lime in ar roars dropped therefrom Look at the into after your name on tho address of your paper and seo how you stand If in arrears conic in and settle at once for if you dont your name will be stricken from our mailing list on August 1 1 J9G and should you fail to 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MgK IN THE SOFI1 D PAIR DEPARTMENT WR fi 25 employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited a P1111MfTS LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor f i C2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Connnei oial Travelers Parties conveyed to any10iat on liberal terms Patronage of the public rt snectfully solicited H P PIEIUTT It LIl1JttJlillJJflfJ d Ji- T E BEAT Bj1SNESS TRAINING SCHOOL Ter SOUTHi rtttIJlitJ 9rlfinl HUNDREDS or GRADUATES HOLDING fiNE POD 7allll1llfljfffVl I PIII7rfRECOMMENDED BY THE IEAfTG BUSINESS MEc D fS ey 777 THE COUNTRY AfeNcdUClJRSI WA IJTl1CCZ40 t J r711t1114Vr r V1 I 11urtSJlr I Scy I hul 8 O molo tsol n9 IrN- e 1 rut 1N I JII il Id 1 r1 TT TTII J t v s cu THE FARMING WORLD REPAIRING FENCES bt m Unlvunlo 11 lro In Far Better f Mcmllug Tlian NullH Mending pasture fences is often promiiHJit element in the regular sii mer work of the fnrni The boards used in pasture fenihiff are usually of cheap quality curd either decay rapid or warp mid twist out of shape eitti- I of which evils has a tendency to free tiI ands of the boards from the posts 1 bUIII to temporize They soon ngain A much better way to niet such breaks is by usiiiff the plan shot i Ju the accompanyingi illustration Stu i giilxnnixtd wJro is now lxecliugl1l cheap It is jut the mattrial to use Rinking repairs upon board fences S cure the end of the wire to the top of tho post so that it cannot slip clown nu tluMi bind it about the post anti the ends1I of the boards in the manner show- making it fast at tilt bottom Such 11 pniririf is easy end Lest of all it is rfteeiivt anti lasting Such wire may nlso IK used ill lliijjding jwle fences t the stakes which support tlientN V rribine FEEDING YOUNG PIGS licet Itallon N a 1111 tore of Oat ural nit Svr t Slain link lYw feeders clieve iu giving extra fond to suckling pigs before they are four weeks old The size of the litter coiiiM requires earlier feeding when till dart iis young or detlelent in her mill secretion The dsmger of indiges tion in the youngsters tent rants the in lieiiit tardy in mixing milk with the natural ration The first alltllbest rattan is a mixture of pure oatmeal same as used or your cwn table with sweet skimniilk and it Munild bf cooked to suit yourown taste and relish Then thin the same with milk which mans been heated and allowed to cool For three days or a week this mixture should Ibe the only slop given the youngsters Then if expense is too prtiit till oatmeal tan be replaced by whfit shorts or middlings If cleari oatmeal is out of the question to begin with tilt shorts may bt substituted If tit dam is razing on rood blue gass or clover the pis play be given jriound oats with the hulls mixed with the shorts after the fifth lllof their Jfie and a hit of torn meal for variety lusty be used Coarse bran should 1 i be witlihelili until after the age of four iiinths if possible Slept where a chronic costive rendition of the bowels exists While gracing the weaned pigs up to ffnr months of age will do well on a slop made of equal parts of corn meal oats ground and shorts given morning and1 It tug A few grains to llhofFOJiknl shelled corn at noun time will do no liarin when thIlwlIltl also have 1111 still and witer mixed or clear i WIUT ns suits convenience Farm lcM and Fiivsidc PIGPEN POINTERS A mangy pits is rr uprolitablc aui null As a rule it does not pay to breed 1u I niiinmJ with a bad disposition irem or oil when thoroughly aP- plied will rid the hogs of lice Hasty and cureless fuelling 1 is oftenIthe cause of disease getting u start1 1theainojv till hogs Sojue skill Iin required to teed grain to hogs ccoiiomieaJly Many roan waste grain land money by overfeeding de fating the very end that they try to accomplish Variety is essential to the sow 1l1lcIlfIi f she lle loose with a Jig range of pastures nnl woodland she will Had it If con fined you must furnish it if you expwtI the best results Hogs need a gixuu deal of ualeres pecially in hot urather or if they are entiug corn IIf they do not have it in abundance 1I11t pure in quality then lookout for disease among tluiu JJural World Tho Saving of Fertiliser Do not let an ounce of fertility on everythingwilt enrich the soil ami fake such tart a of your manures that the best port of yourtos Lvety farm should have a coma j post heap where all sorts of refuse befrom the House barn and yards can he l fof thrown A good ninny tons of the JlIost ail valuable fertilizers can be saved in this ninuncr fertilizers that nw go you I now not reFarm News tnL R I 1 RESTORING PASTURES i Harrowing In Clover Seed Ia Given an pExcellent Ilun The hnsorJtroblcminmunugernena folioweutby periods ot prolonged drought inc + ita buy leads to grnsstthc1best plans of renovation says the Mas rsachusttts itlin experimentuty appeared that oclaret seed disced paulante at the rate of ten quarts per acre iin nrticascd cquiutv alent of 1300 peacreztppliedu of IO tons per acre increased the yield 74 per cent equivalent to 1700 pounds o eared hay per seed The per lien aeltII wad the yield of grass wO per cent or the equivalent IIrIKOO pounds of hay per acre A top dressltg of liquid manure 50 gallons to the ordoronly per cent The pasture used for the test was stated to be rather poor shallow gravelly soil itha fairly good nitnta stand of grass The results show that clover seedI gave twice as much increase as grass seed and more than twice as much uu that produced by liquid In the practice of 1I11JI11ICIII itwith wOllctoj can rrryth reduced by applying sotIdt order that a purl of it only ho covered1 11 the 1lIIII readily loosened With many pastures till socks IlIiIochine filial in such ewes considerable can be accomplished with the oldstyle II thollllhuclABO T i EARN DOORS j Thine lluni lIIy Yluht art the Ilcst flit j Jinny KIMMHI Ifllp the structure of Ithe bareu1 perhaps W e should gamy the position11 of II Itdl Have the where sinner the doors a luaus t nuurl insist on them at mil t hellill till rail per ij j door t lotIj i I our least In tie lugs IK ni door htuin j byi up down to slipII j i ol suiiijjiiifI I on or sideways tin or This style is espe for partition doors au I it so little room soul never comes in till way only practical diUiculty in its lonstruoiinu Is that of getting the weights adjusted to the weight the t nor hilt this easily btr obvii weight Last souse half average weight of the less rather than and having sliirhtlv smaller will most eniciit weights und Instead hUll hints slidiiif piiiUK rollers eially desirable ociMinks The may I i I the c upiKr end as Jiirru CAP shown III the accompanying cut and i j on this smaller upper end got your j tinner to lit a loose tap made of gal vanied iron snug six inches drop Put any heavy article that may tome handy j as sand stint etc into this cap in ouautity siilllcient to just balance theI door and YOU will have nn a lla input that works line a churnli U Waters in St Louis Journal of Agri t 11tllnIi Tlio Market Harden attention The market bymany garden llIthltrI largely to the earl of the wife and elm II dren is more of a factor in supplying food products than generally convid crcd The unrest federal census reports total value of Ill market garden j products including small fruits sod the pjoceding year at 20033000 a haiidtonie gain of fully a third over thoIj irlier This dn11II reuse of a decade not include flu products of truck farms but refers to market gardens to riots mull towns the uljalIlItII which isi verv largely Fold consumers Including the natural growth during the past live years it Ito safe to lacy that this business today amounts to SttOOOWW annually B st McHlu of Tctlierlnc This is the time of year when it 19ii quite common to tether animals out to grass A deeidetl improvement upon tic usual method of doing tills is to at tach to the halter n strap three or four fret long with n ring in the end This ring Iis slipped over n wire which IsII stretched across the grass plot and fastened down near the 1ground at both emit+ A No 9 wire is sufficient and it should of course be stretched taut anti well tolled at each end JJy thisSarrangement the nnlmnl can browse length of the wire without the danger attending the use of the lon- grouethat ot Its itlnillnf and taiiLtinir around his fcctG W haters to Jour = of Agriculture j f r r th fl wf i 1tJif I Nttl K I J ff ri1 r A RUSSIAN PHILANTHROPIST lloacht the Freedom of th Serf of HU Nut Ire VIllBKA There died recently in Moscow a ma who in the last 20 years gave 5000 000 to charity He wnR I poorlnmlId general attention wtis the purchase of the freedom of nil the serfs living ii- e in his native village This cost him 120 OOti He came to the rescue of the poor i people time and time again when the harvests failed Ills funeral was oneI of the largest ever seen in the old burial place of the Russian czars thousandsI of the poor of the capital following theI philanthropists body to tho grave llowa rate T Wo offer One llumlrcd Dollars Howard for any case of Catarrh that eau not bo 0fI cured hy Halls Catarrh Cure I tho uiiilcrsl ucu guru known P J1Chcney for time lust 1 lit years and bcllevo liiiu perfectly honorable In all business transactions and llnanclally nblo to carry out soy obllpitlons made by their linn ToII OhioiIs taken Internally ictlng directly upon tho blood and mucous surlaccs of the svMctn lrlco 7ric per hot tle Sold bv alt IIIblstS Tcstimoniula free Halls Fatally Pills are the best ItlPSOIAS has rondo UP its tninil that wo are n portion of tho human race that It hcuightcdII ortloillblurssIus UII IU siu tinlvo lloth to llarMti Hint Sweet Sound Time nerves ar often iialnfully acute When Ithis Iis the las I to seek tho tlllltheilallttltll11h1IIIIZIIIlIlabKlti tancaof lloMo tars Stoauicli Hitters a sn fotIfore retiring tvuAce sloop MArnn your father says he cannot af Innl to dross von as asuainicr girl this sut son1 4IIIright muiuny tct mo a tailor wnlllt lilinimer suit and Ill star us nit uthletie grlUetlIt Free Press That 11Ieul r rlliiK- i With the cxhilaniiirtf sense of rcnowoil health ami strength und internal rleanli ness wliich fullows tho Use of Syrup of PillS is unknown to fio few who Have not projfrcshcil IKVHIK tho oldthno inoiliilne ami the elieip substitutes MiiiKtiinis of 01111IIBltos 0111111 la lug to challciir that mum ache ran aft with my wile1 lows I Uhv that WM sixI numbs ago Brown t kriiw II but he has sent her biok N1 WorM All Admit IVtMlcrii Iariii lund TheI i ru hell I the iiinieol nn lllus tratcil iiiiiitlny newspaper Hihlihhcd h the ChlcaKO IHaliiiKtoii aunt Quincy It It It alas to girtI information In an Interesting way about tho farm lamlsof tho west tHend ii cents in posture stamp to tho Corn Bolt trJ Adams St fhlcauo anti the paper hill be Font to your nililross for one year nll7mhlt found one good way to pot around the high hat nuisance when I go to tho theater Tilb1lnYlIU hovel Lets hear it lithium1V1iv buy n scour tho front row of course lloxbury Uuzctte FITS stopped free and permanently cured No tits after tint dads use of Dr Klines Great Nerve UPS orcr Free f2 trial bottle treatise DiiKiiNil33 Audi st Ihila 1a Tim COMTOSITION MtvUollle1o hllltIClwlliuI from youUctrot Tree frees UIIi maybeHiliB Hair and WhlnUor Dyo U cents H WHAT succcds wo knell and It becomes tho hubiiof mankind Theodore lurker IISOH Cnti Is a wondorful1 Cough nicdi IIlItIIllIaltJlMios3iitE it Is nut good French Nil pollon IfIII S or nun has Ms own way said Uncle Ktcn tins llublo ter Shad fault JIII Ill name Vase folks didnt piiib bums an hold tai tor keep ha ontn trouble Washing ton Star Bertha It was only lust month that InlTI dressmaker bill of iVJ und hero her one for this mouth of 4101 dear Fduar you see that shows that I tun begiuuinu to spend less TitBits TnrjiH 1Lmv would touch tho oar W th sentiment tunic true If yearOurWashington Star Dins a oo1I dial dcxsudln on tilt way cr mUll applies is Incrglcs said Unclo Ebon Do buss drummer often uses up r fill nuiMlo on one chime dan do fast t1ozcnWaRhlllJtonI1 yethatI again too thlsilay twfllvouionth TitBits Swiss 118T1 was highly pleased with tho coniiuct of my city boarders lost year Tho bayou savdl ton earths of wood for tile time baroness milked tho cow and gessoFllegondo STKAXOUH holy Walter Scott Ann you a chess phiyorl asked the landlord of a prospective tenant I much prefer to hero my houses occupied by chess players No Iant not a chess player and 1 cant account for such a singular preferencolilt Is simple euough1 Chess players move so seldom anil oar utter great deliberation Detroit Free Press uIA TnAT hot fory ul naked lowlylurrlcdyears ago was BO tl1nt The attendant imps at signal seized him and elioved him down seven stories nearer the bottom wlilch fault there Indianapolis Journal i f oj v Grayrce Both men and Women aro apt to fool a littlo blue when tho gray hairs bogie to show Its a very natural fooling In tho normal condition k 1 Ic of things gray hairs belong to advanced ago lThoy havo no business whitening tho head of man or woman who has not begun to go down tho slopo of lifoAs a matter of factrtho hair turns gray regardless of ago or of lifes seasons sometimes it is whitened by n sickness but moro often from lack of care When tho hair fades or turns gray theres no need to resort to hair dyes Tho normal color of tho hair is restored and retained by tho use of I Ayers Hair Vigor 1Ayers Curcbook a story of cures told by the cured + 100 pages free J C Ayer Co Lowell Man lThere is no dividing line ry FPLUGWDONT FORGET for 5 cents you get almost as much II Battle Ax as you do of other brands for JO cents ofSi DONT FORGET no matter how much you 2are charged for a small piece of other brands the chew is no better than Battle Ax DONT FORGET Economy is wealthand 3you want all you can get for your money youii iill ilill IlliNOIS CENTRALIn with the- fialtilnoro OhioSouthwestern and ChesapeakeOhIo Southwestern Railroad has- InaugurlltecJ NEW ROUTE IFROM CINCINNATIAND LOUISVILLE TO MEMPHIS NEW ORLEANS DOUBLE JiCARSL f TICKETS AND TRAIN SCHEDULES OF TICKET AGENTS OF ALL CONNECTS LIN d It Allt umka olab taOsee tea It ftp t t rlf1 0 i I A 11 r j 1 5 fr it a tho a a l OPIUM raxmulWMIIIYiW etn6uwrtA11 r 8 t Neot4rrr Af1iIU c A N KEf I Q7v WHEN WB1T1JIA Ttto Ill4V4flM i1111 l i t iItf t tiA 1 4 Yair t fi f f I J t I J- i J + W tt r r fj 0fr i i i- ctJ u jfJSy y 1y a t THE DEVELOPMENT OF GENIUS When Jtiuuiy was a little boy r IteA now jes twentyone Jib parents talked with constant joy About their hopeful ion 1IU mother until that Jim would bo- A parson good nn true Ills father kinder lowed thet ho In law would better dot Ins grnnpnn enld hed give the press An intelluckchul feast llli1 gntninn milled nn put her guess On president nt leastt The neighbors lind opinions free Some booked him for finance An others unid hed git ter bo- A genrul with the chance An still were wnltin anxiouslyI stnstill Its even bets Fur Jims done nothln yet yc see But jes smoke elgnrrettc1 i Washington Stn The Democratic Noralnoo Thomns Y Fitzpatrick is a native of Floyd county Is about Ja years old feet 2 incites high fino physique genialI hospitable strong mind ullcIn typic- clentucky I i gentleman Ho in n mm of Capt Fitzpatrickn nntivo Virginian r who figured conspicuously in the Jatc wnr identified with tho Southern caiiHo Ho wns n bright and true nine tune was trusted by the confederacy in locating the enemy giving their positions and advantages and disadvantages At one tlmo while going through tho highland of Knstern Kentucky in the interest the cause dearest to ids heart ho had ninny valuable papers from the con fedI c orates and being closely pursued by tho enemy and believing ho would be cap tured he took from his neck tho neckerchief and closely laid olcltlllloItt- ii valuable prpors in it nnd placed it about his neck securely tied lie was captured ant imprisoned and had theo papers fret detected lie would doubtless hnvu been executed While under arrest he- wn allowed to clmngc his clothing and1 hviid homo the tolled clothes and in this bundle the papers were sent out and1 they nro now in tho hands of his son T Y Fitzpatrick JHo was a farmer on the Jgig Sandy and the war ended he return I c 1l nod Mi life was ended at his rural1I- I homo Three sons were in tho cllllftll11 crate ranks curd gave their lives for tho loit cause on tho field of battle Hon Tiles Y Fitzpatrick was roaredI on the farm nod hU education was suchh M ho could get nt the common school1 and front books at home He always has bcen a close student and Iis today lly1 his studious habits and untiring cue r 1 gy lie obtained good English education and today is one of the best posted men on nil public questions in the Tenth con i grcssional district At the age of JO ho t began the study of law and after getting license located in his county sent Pre lonsburg where ho enjoys a lucrative practice nnd is justly regarded power among lawyers and is probably one of I the best criminal lawyers in his section I In JSSII on account of his iindividual1 II popularity 111111 power among men ho i I t was chosen by tho Democrats of Floyd1 II and Johnson counties to represent then I in tho Kentucky legislature At this time there was a sectional feeling between the two counties j intense bitterness ex isted mid with Mr Fiupatricks lam paign factional troubles were healed and Iij he wai elected by nn overwhelming majority j Johnson county giving him a i largo voto us evidence of their confidence i in him and today ho is as popular withI the people of Johnson county as ho in inI Floyd his native county While in tho legislature ho was prominent among tho leaders of that body but unfortunately lie was taken sick during tho term withI n lingering attack of typhoid fever and1I nt one thou his lifo was despairod of but by tho best of attention ho wan grad It ually restored llo +vas a friend of th I family of tho lamented Jerry South thoui n resident of Fiankfort curd superinten dent of tho penitentiary whoso family never allowed him to want for city attention Flowers in rich profusion were placed in his room by itho charmin j daughters of his friends rind titter Iris recovery ho fell in lovo with Miss Nar cissus South and soon after tlho became ry Ills wife Ho returned with his bride to his mountain home whoro ho has since resided The union has been blessed with one child n eon about ten yens oldrAbout four weeks ago ho announced himself n candidate for congress subject f to tho notion of the Democratic pnrty tL a and by reason of sickncw and the brief J time could not visiti all the counties of tho district and went before the conven lion na a truo Democrat litter that 11 body hind Assembled at Uenttyville nnd t had considered tho ability and avnilabil J1 itybt each candidate Mr Fitzpatrick x 1 received the nomination Mr Fitzpatrick is n man of strongT tiiAplWWnt eptaker quick z- 4 p yd cejiUon nnd n close rcnsoncr No mn I 11i in the district yet named fur the Hepub Hcnu nomination or even Mown to us U his equal M n debater The Democrats will rally to him nnd Mr Fitzpatrick will bo elected ns n member of congress from thin district bIIn oldtime majority Ml Sterling Advocate Spoons Free To All ntI I rend in the Christian Standard thi Miss AM Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give nn elegant plated hook ppoon to nnyone pending her ten ceI stamp I sent for one nnd foundI it soj useful that showed it to my friends mil made 13 in two hours talcing order for the hpoon The hookppoin iis a Iinuc f hold necessity It can not slip into tl dishor cooking vessel being held in the lheapouiscl j11 over since spoons wore first invented 111 rndiorI ten 2ccnt stamp to Mis Frill Thi i n splendid way to make money nruun home Very truly UJl IivxirnTSJ iThattailor Call hllrnIt may return Get on board the old ship jiho will landI you safe in the harbor The band wagon iis comingI around the curve Oct en board There urn millI leas aboard nnd room for millions moro pulse says come j Campbell rasa come i Fitzpatrick says come whosoever willI may come and take of Hold nod silver a- is 15 to 1 Always abound in the faith off I JelJcrson and Jackson Dont be uneasy about a fift coot dollar i that ismsI east urn lice The people urn thinking that if silver is good enough for the plaw held er it is good enough for the bondholder and if n little silver iis good more would1 be better Iruimu lay at the rich mann gate and bugged for the crumbs that fellj from his table The mames have beet begging lit the feet of the golden eel Ir for many years Xow Lazarus iis com forted while the other fellow iis begging for water to lave his tongue for he iis tormented in the tlames So it iU with 1tho east fhnrc tormented with the Free Silverites in the south and west and are praying to los llntina to roar tho yallor calf Come all yt that are weary and heavy laden and take of Oil lrII freely He thnt is whole needeth nut a physician hilL hu that is sick If allI that are really sick of a single gold Stan lord will vote for Fitzpatrick CUI the other fellow will bawl for water To till brethren who have been inclined to fol low after the yeller calf ruedare aiming us for advocating the restoration of silver to its proper place as redemption money IYOl say we lave departed from the faith Now bo just and tell us who ever advo ended the gold standard in this country What did Senator Peck Mm S Will iams J G Carlisle and Joe Lazarus lUackburn advocate in tho United States senate What did that old Koman 11I len U Thurman who was elected vice president tool had it taken away from him by the ruler calf crowd advocate What didI John Young Brown Hon J IW Kendall ami our own Jon advocate Our Tile sent out thousands of hii fro 1lIihor speeches over this district No+ sumo of our papers anda few of our brethren are lighting for the gold stun chardall of whom supported thc above named gentlemen freely When did they find out and who told them about a fiftycent dollar 1 If good old Moses were to pay our country a visit1 he would find a crowd worshiping that scone yaller calf All subscribe for Tin HHIIAID and pull for the shore and elect Silver Tom by n majority too largo to be hawe- dout by the yaller calf crowd Yours in tho field Piownov Ilthave over Six HrsnuKi DtHI iXits duo us on subscription job needetho money nnd must Imvo a sot UunuMit Ifyou Iwvout thomonoy to pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hayor almost mtlg J vantage Iud wo will mnlnr rangomonts for settling Our sub scription list will ho thoroughly overhauled on tho 1st day of August next ruin all who are in nrII dropped therefrom Look at tho date after your name ou imo address of your paper and sea how you stand If in arrears come in tend settle at once for if you dont your name will be stricken from our mailing list on August 1800 and should you fail to ra coivo TUB IlGKArn after that date ou will know the reason why Oll ARE IN ARREARS I r 5 j i i RuleiII of the t I ndmiuiatratiou Cnctloll1HItR forth n propI sltion that when the silver men xhiril have made a platform in tho national convention the allied forces of gold pol1 idles and gold business will never let tho convention nominate n man who willj carry into cflcct the principles of the I i platform This means ant they hope to I have a little more than onethird of the convention and under tho two third trille of former conventions to prevent the nomination of a silver man It wi relieve these little people from muc I lalxir ifwe inform them once for tl I I cjthati the tame majority that makes the platform will make tlm rules The ma jorily will not make a rule to give tilt minority any power over the nomination UiThoI twotlirdst rule has been adopted j nly All nn fiiament in times past ex IIClpt in ISM when Martin Van luircn became obnoxious to delegates already elected for him by his Texas letter i written after such instructions weroj given Tnrv VOTII run A TWO TntTTII ID VOTUS rout mat sulfur NuT aoall tT HIM Such a motive hits never existed I 1 auIrule for the next convention Inch can lrIIItCIii I IIInjllrt iItI I i n nati Knquirer Ice Croam Now Made in n Hinuto I16nre an Ice Cretan Freezer that will I freeze cream perfectly in one minute in nlnavIsto six dollars n day selling crenm and L I II I I I from ten to twenty dollars a day selling Freezers ulloplwill always buy MI I article when it iis demonstrated that they eon make money 1IiH doing The cream i4i frozen instantly nnd iis smooth 11111 If free from lump+ I have dune so will i myelf foul here friends pucrrfdinir well that I foil it Inv duty to let IIthrtknow of this opportunity ns I fidenl that any person in ray locality ii can make tanner as any person can sellI cream and the Frecer s lls itself J IF Casey S Co 1 HI St Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you complete in strurtions noel will employt you tut salary if you can gleei them yinr =time JIIEUh NEW YORK WORLD THRICE WEEK EDITION 18 Papas a Week 156 Papers a Year IU larger than nny weekly or wjnuwookly paper published tool iis flue only iinpiirlant Pcinorrutie weekly published in New York Iily Three ilincs tw Ilsrjje its the lending linililiinn weekly of New York City Jt will I IIIf IHjietiiivl nilvuntug to von during the 1IIIIII STIr AMrvitN MH it Ii4 pulitiitheit every other day exeepi Sninliiy nml lute all IhufresluieMH and tune j liness iitu iliiily It eonihiuei nil the ncus with a lung li t of Intercstiiiu ilejinrtniiMiis iinliiue fttitures eartoons mid graphic 11111 t tratioiis the latter being a specialty All these improvement hive horn noel without nor inereiue in the cost11 which re innins ut our dollar per war We otter this nne Udlnl newspaper anil Tit It IIvKl UiiiN H Kit A ln totether one 1year fur 1Ii0 The regular mibscriplioii price of tlio two papers Iis TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MTSTKHUNGKY t i IICAPITA 200000 j Htninus 30000 o J JLI IHOSTAFK 1resilpnt PrflclrntIW W THOMSON Cashier 0111e respectfully solicit the bminexx ofiner chums tanners traders anil luinlnesii tired gc in1 rally tlirnugbont Eastern Kentucky A general banking Imsliiesi done live us n clianee to send you a hunk book nor your checks nml loan von money when in need W W THOMTMOX Cashier n WIriofieslerIl1NCIIESTEit KY Bank N II WITHERSFOON PrrllllcntI11 U HUNTKU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplusl GO00000 This lurk solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders mid busbies mCIII generally throughout Eastern Kentucky llIlilthl t legitimate banking uctl9- lyW I J SKIT S WITHIW M KERR COI10 minus INIHardware Agricultural Im lements JIIONTON O HB MAUPIN REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DIY GOODS NOTIONS ccroRTSMOUin OHIO 4 i ir I I fl77JINGJ7H CURES Colic Cramps Diarrticoa FluxI rI Morbua v I Nausea IsChangan of Water Etc HOTOtlJO IhI I t- r1CRrt 1 I MncrciNn co spRisanni atA Y r 1t KY ItJI Keeps full line of V Wiiiihc and Spectacles II Of 1 ji +w hV1Iwo b it j J M HWENS i fJ 1 1 Y M 1 rm1f1jj jlL isijt 31HAZEll GREEN r a Jewelry e- ttt Repairing Fine Vatehcs and Gold Syectafles a SnecinltA If you need anything in tho Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see us t 1We can save you big money n R M f S S M T1 1 ITS S TLJ J+ Wa x11 8 v4Lw M i 6L1 HEALSCuts u 11 lEl GREENt F 18 August 252627 28 1896 t sieot PREwtHl 118 tOG Inrac z30 BaCGS Opeq to Inc wona ijI lCutri s to races clasp thirty to days before tlio race National rules tto uovorn all racing anil also tit maun r oft making tnitriis NO CHARGE FOR FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS J TAYLOR DAY President WILLIE H PIERATT Secretary ro1 1arii y f1irfaY r yorlrJ tICiHazel KyIC Jl MRS LOU Dell Proprietress c l rtJlIr nllonls and rates reasonable IJ tlIL connection H J W Wl J W W THE HERALD THE JT DAY ROLLERIILLi I now have my Holler Mill in first elms order and miarantee as genii lour IW eon l hII made on any mill in the State where good when iis fiirnUhed I will hu the inchest Market Price or eillezchnuge llonr for wheat on as reasonable term as any other roller mill in till state Hut 1 positively will not buy 1I or grind nay smutty or mustysvhent as it 1111111III will state that I am the sole proprietor of the mill and I will thank any patron of 101111lllIllItthe mill and I guarantee to satisfy all just claims nl intend to dent fair andI liberal with tho people mid trust they will favor with their patronage as I feel thin iis 11111 enterprise for the good of the entire com uuudty ThanKing the people fur their liberal pat ronage 1111111 very respectfullyJ DAY 1 COLVIN W WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WflolaSaI8 Grocers MT RiTEHLiING KY r Burns v Bruises Scratches Bites of- Anlmala and + Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smell Good a =w rwww ffunIiner aid WAv1 NotioXs s li IJllilli11uryJ jil G notlnntl Fancy Uirocorioi r fiiIJIj to which tho attention of the ltj I public iid invitinl anil their ii patronngo solicitedt IIJ MRS LOIT DAY J T 1 J IS THE BEST ADVKHTUSINO IMEDIUM IN EASTERN KY TABLERSi i BUCK EYE illS a OINTMENTCU- RES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE j known for ID yoars as tho BEST REMEDY for PILES 1SOIT1 liT ALT WKtOOIHTS- r t td t alrnAaz sat vzo ta criow hiII- Why not be yourhi ran Midd jsian Ipl1Y but ono pronto between maker nod user and t hat H small Just 0110IOur lilt 7CO tno Catalosuo and Ucrt Guide proves Hint Its po lblo ctgbt t 11 cOIUu 1 vllnn ilrscrll atl4 tlOllnI + unit telUtlieoniroltjirlcoof over 40X1i nrticteverythlnyouusa Wescodu for IGCtut thntu tint for tito book blltj to pay partaf thulwstrtguor OXIIJC31tO1 lint keep utr idlers You cant Ct It 00- quick MONTGOriERY WARD S COi inill The taro ofttttheleorlClllctlte i 1THE HERALD DSGO f Lar