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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 6 r I I 1 t aoIrW t y V s tikAltl fad kC r THE H EC URL3EN HERALD b i Established March 4 1885 Mndo Fnmous In tho Story oTJonathan and His Continent by Max ORell r OOOPEK Owner and EditorPENCE a uor n NIIIUjr World With News Knun All NationI Lumbering at HU sack lIIN A YEAR Alway in Advanss TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 0 1890 NUMBER 16 Biliousnessr ltuved 61 torpid tlrrr which pmrent+ dlgrs net llenn1u food to teriu rot andI pstrllr In tlee itomMb Then follow dizziness ItcatUche fI Hoods IIIIlIotISwin stimulate the stomach tbe cents Std dlulnt on Station etc 25 hy All clrtirolMs JIItonlJ 1llls to take with hoods Sarsnpnrllla UiIngtOR and Eastern Railway TiBii Table ia Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND 03 NlIl STATIONS No1 Sundays nullYftxDally only jeslaglnu10 00 s11r II 60 pm I 35 pm fOUMI 31 nnr rIi 24 pat 3 53 Jim Winebtiter 9 10 nm tt 11111 il 25 pm pjlrllc 851 am ft i17 pm 2 00 jinI- ndUn Fldi 8 37 nm ft 3t pin 110 pin Clay City S 19 sun 5 I pin 11 10 am Stanton S 10 am 5 02 par II 20 nro- Filson 7 lii nut I 47 pm 10 48 IUU Dundee I 7 43 stn I 32 ptn 10 17 lUll Nat llriilgci 7 13 nm j 4 27 pin 110 07 nm Torrent 24 nm I 4 14 pin I 9 35 Mill Batlyte Jc1j 03 nm 3i pm 8 25 um Three FkiC 5 11 um 31 42 pat 8 00 nm Athol 1 32 nm 31 2II pin 7 18 nm1II Ekstawai 9s not 2 liS 11111 tIilO nut ion I II tNl Rill tdr filII II 10 ant EAST BOUND i No 4 No 0 STATIONS 1 02 Sundays HlllhX HIIIIulIl Sunday Lexington 2 20 pin 7 4 Ii nm 010 nm A Yon 2 47 pin S lr nm 7 08 nm Winchester 3MJlII1 S 40 nm 8 10 nm Ftirlie 3 21 put tf ftl nm 8 lil um Indian Fhls 31i pin P 10 nm SI 21 nm Clay City 3 55 pin tI 28 nm 11 4p um Stanton 4 M pin 11 38 nm 12 10 pm FillOD 4 18 pm II ftl nm 12 41 pm Dundee 112 pm 10 M nm 1 Iii pun 1uTorrentBtittyve Je ft Hi pm 10 M nm 3 05 pin ThreeFk C 5 2G pm 11 01 nm 3 25 pm punEltetawaj Jtekion 0 20 pm II S3 Rill 5 20 pm No 1 anil 2 arrive nml depart from C A 0 Union depot nt Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart front Netherlnn- dJD LIVINGSTON Vice Pros and Gen MIn CHAS SCOTT Gcu Peas Agent THIS WATCH is guaranteed same as our I l 1400O WATCHES i I nndII I 250Ii i esontetl of American nmnufac slonlriutlgtonll 8 ponionl t Cnd in your orders or cull null 800- us when you como to LoxingtonI P redtT Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler rOovernment BuildIng Lexington Tnt I RERALD 1 n year in advance l a tIs 6 4 s n PROCEEDINGS Of the Wolfe County Union Sunday School Contention Tho second annual union Sunday school convention of Wolfe county met nt Sandfield Saturday June 20 1805 Convention was called to order and alter tending of the sixth chapter of Matthew hy II 11 preident as who also gave n short talk from the sixth of songIonltiered by the children of Ithe difivreut Sunday school byRobertField and Work of tho Sunday School The subject was ably handled Some of the main points given in behalf of tho Sunday school were First it keeps chil dren from spending the day in idleness and dissipation and teaches them to keep the Sabbath day holllIIdholy influence on very small children Thirdexhortation to superintendents teachers to bo faithful mud courageous J C Folks of Bethel anti II K Oney of lintel Green bring absent their sub jects were passed without 11iseussionhut- the Teachers Inlluenro was nicely presented by Visa Lillian Patrick of MaytownItauford Mnnuin was then called on fora Family Alter talk and lu clearly pictured tho holy influences of daily prayer service in tho home std the im portance of impressing bills truths and molding the miniature character around the hearthstone Other speakers on program were absent and the Money Question WM taken up by Prof Win If Cord It wits pro nounced the best money speech of the season for this county He gave its sonic of the reasons whwo need money ami why wo should give liberally First Christ gave his life for us wo should give liberally to his cause Second time world needs the pocket books converted an well at tho hearts Let everybody say mien A genuine heart conver sion is closely followed by the conversion of pocketbook Third to secure aid in tho way of Lesion Helps earls Sunday school periodicals etc to keep pace with Christian advancement How to raise money First Explain tho needs of it to the children und enlist them Get them interested Teach them in mill sionary work Second let tho pastor superintendent and teacher lead the way in giving teaching by example Third give points to observe givo willingly cheerfully liberally regularly anti equit ably Fourth teach tho Sunday school to love to give rnd let ho who teaches this love to give also MIllS Ida lloso then rend a paper on II What tho Sunday School Can Do giving relation of lcach rs to pupil to church to community Tho subject was fully brought out and was very Htrengh citing Sho told of the great necessity and crying demand for trained conse crAted teachers giving as the sole object Sunday school work to male Christians and tho Sunday school which did not do this was n failure That to do this the superintendent and teachers must live the Christ life must live tho truth they seek to impress After Hinging There much wo can do the convention adjourned for dinner which was served on tho ground Many baskets were emptied of good things and all enjoyed time feast Afternoon tho convention elected tho following officers for tho ensuing year H II Swango president j J W Tan bee vice president j MissMattio Quick sail secretary and Miss Ida Rose Treas urer Executive committc 11 M Cecil 1 T Center W H lord J1 Sexton Henry Mannin S S Combs Andrew Nickel W G W Crucy John Coons- T Miles Jsickcll and llobt Brooks Tho committee on resolutions made time following report which was adopted Kcsolved That wo commend the union of state and county Sunday schools to tho aid mind prayers of nil church workers and that we urge all Sunday Pchooln to take an active part in extending tho work Resolved that each Sunday school shall pay tho apportionment that Iis re quired for the state work which is only five dollars r a Resolved That the people in general tender their thanks to tho people of Sandfleld mid vicinity for dinner otc Resolved That the thanks of tho con vention arc due the OmeNS for their efll cienti service Resolved That these proceedings bfl printed in THE Ihnu1 and Kentucky Sunday School Union 11 F Hoiuso W II Conn SILAS TUTT LIIUAX PATHICK IDA Hosts Committee Every school in tio county was repro stinted and it is ht roped somebody was henclUtcd Wo hope to have n better convention next year with more schools to report and more souls saved by the Sunday schoolI influence anil last but not least more open pocketbooks and cheerful givers H H SwAXflo President MATTIK C QIMCKBAII Secretary Spoons Free To All I rend in the Christian Standard tint Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2 cent stump I sent for one mid found it so useful that showed it to my friends anti mantle 1 ll in two hours taking order for the spoon The hook spoon is n house link necessity It cnn not slip into time dish or cooking vessel being held in time place ItI hook on the buck The spoon is oomuthing housekeepers havo needed ever since spoons were first invented Anyone eau get a sample spoon by sending ten 2 cent stamps to Miss Fritz This is a splendid way to make money aruund house Very truly DJl JKANNETTBS H Tho Influence of Tho Revolver Among time great benefactors of tho human race tho inventor of the revolver should bo placed in the very front rank He who aids unmet to maintain his self respect amid communal time respect of others is a true philanthropist The revolver places pluck and courage on an equality with brute strength It aug meats the selfpossession of tho really bravo but peaceable man while it modi tier tho manners of time bully In the words of a certain Texan Thanks be to God and Colonel Colt nil men are created equalIt is argued by those who favor iU prohibition that the custom of carrying weapons fosters murder This premise is incorrect in its very conception The lawabiding citizen will not use his wcaK n without justification while tho criminal will go armed it spite of every statute Thus the lawabiding citizen abiding by time law iis placed At time mercy of the lawless j round the latter knowing this Iis the more inclined to deeds of violence Taking advantage of his vie tins helplessness ho stands on his dunghill and crows like a gamecock It Iis well known that in communities where thn carrying of arms is universal murders are most infrequent The very condition exerts a wholesome and re pressing influence Speech becomes more thoughtful mill nouns doubly guarded Were it in time dire that nil men might lawfully carry deadly weapons thugs and footpath would ItOOlllllckother occu pations The whole social system would quickly IMS deterged The ban ngalnst tho revolver is protor legal It deprives him of inferior phy signs of tho means of protecting his person from injury und his honor from insult which is tho inalienable right of mummy Ixi ho dog Jew or Gentile Tho New llohciuian leD Cream Hade by a Now Process 1 have an Ice Cream Freezer that will freeze cream instantly The cream is put into tho freezer std comes out in stantly smooth mill perfectly frozen This astonishes people round a crowd will gather to mice tho freezer in operation mill they will nil want to try tho cream You can sell cream as fast ns it can Ira made and sell freezers to many of thorn who would not buy an old style freezer ItI 80111fromtwelve freezers every day This makes a good profit these hard times nil is a pleasant employment J F Casey k Co IMS St Charles street St Louis Mo will send full particulars and infor mation in regard to this now invention on application and will employ good salesmen ou salary I I t a0 4- tii ywz CORRESPONDENCE I Corrtipendents will please bear in nil nil tlmt nit communications must be received nt this oftlcu not Inter than Tuesday oveniiiR to Insure publication in the current Issue MONTGOMERY COUNTY Nucor Sporadic Mrs F N Day of Hnzcl Green In visiting friendand relatives at this place AW the Misses Evans of lintel1 Green are visiting here The good people of Spencer run a jolt wagon excursion to the huckleberry woeds recently The berries wore nearly nil gone consequently I dont think they got any The day star f the Racer worm hRS arisen in full glory Jut alas many a tine specimen is being nipped in the hud by time avaricious farmer who thinks it best to wait until the crops arc ripo before using Dr S H Thomas is walking proper this week and his father tho lion John It has been wearing n broad grin in conjunction with n laundered shirt neck tie and collar We presume tho birds hue whispered tho sweet name of grandpap in his ears The Glorious Fourth with its many attractions will soon bo hero When pa triotism if it Iis not relllI becomes duty of fashion With some patriotism Iit merely formality j they are patriotic because others are patriotic To this claw belongs many of our statesmen AH long us It isI to their interests they aro patri otic i with the decline of their interests thoy lose sight of time needs and wants of their country that calls for their loyal support and I doubt if every day was n Fourth of July and time national bands were kept constantly banging Dixie or My Maryland or Yankee Doodlo in their dull ears whether they would sup port A measure to tho interest of their country though it was on tho verge of- dissolutionunless it was to their own individual interests Would that the people would cast out such political Arnolds and Andrea and select such men for their lenders as havo tho inter eats and good of their country at heart smith in whoso bosoms How a pure spirit f patriotism that Iis as deep nnd potent n December 10 as on July 1 July 8 18D6 SIOCUM COUNTY Heiirlcki Baitings Mrs Berry S Patrick is visiting friends and relatives hero today Willie May and Fred Frillier were guests of time Middle Fork Saturday Dudley If Arnett was a guest of G W Rico Saturday night and Sunday Lark Arnett a prominent merchant of this place is in bad health at present Supt 111V Atkcson passed hero Fri tiny en route to Cow creek accompanied by a teacher and a trustee Branch W Higglns Augustus Arnott and Lark Howard woro guests of tho HcndrickH H uso Thursday night and Friday Miss Nannio Patrick Gcnoah May Mary Patrick James M Gullott and Rood Patrick report n ilno meeting at Llckskillett Sunday Miss Kininti Spurlock n young Indy of shrewd Intelligence will teach school down on Pricy this year Sho will bo principal maul llarlln M Rice assistant Alf Creech who has recently roved hero from Wolfo county as it HCCIIIH has been very unlucky getting two horses snake bit three tithes each hut fur tunately thoy are getting well The IthI of July was well celebrated Saturday down at Sliver Mountain bnhost of men women mill children Among them were K N Arnott Sam and Patrick Kisncr Clint Wlillt Mrs Emily Odit Minnlo Hanoy Josto Patrick and Kate linger nil of thom being good dllllcelll nil participated in time grand old picnic from 8 oclock Saturday morning till 1JJ oclock Saturday night K N Arnott was at last mado police to maintain pence and order For further Information address Windy Ritchie Goblars Knob Ky July 7 1805 COUIUWIONnKNT Lyklni Listings T 0 Patrick of Salycrnvillc was lucre on business lust week V18i1torsJ y 1J- c 7 sf i ifl1o C vat Allea and wife tlslted Jean ColWlinsworth and family Saturday lid Sua day Religious services were held at th school house bore Sunday by Rove Ony and null Samuel Patton and daughter Miw Ellen of Rous cau are visiting relatives and friends at this place Miss Emma Collinsworth iis visiting relatives at tho mouth of White Oak and West Liberty this weekwMiss Josie Ony is visiting her grand mother Mrs Je Ony She will rcraala hero and attend school this fall Dr Tipton reports as sick t Levi John son Redden Linden child of Farisk k Patton and one of Anbon Davis children The mail has been changed from thrice Hweek to daily at this place Wo now q receive daily mail from Salyersvillo and Hotel Green News has reached hero of the death of Mist Lilly Kcntoii of Texas Tho father of the deceased formerly resided hero and she had many relatives and friends s who nro saddened because of her untimely deathMrs Louisa Hammond wife of Geo Hammond diod on Thursday June 25 Sho hind been a constant sufferer fur some time amid her death was momentarily expected She was n devout Christian and has gone to her reward Sho leaves a husband Anti five children and many relatives and friends to mourn her loss July 189C TIm The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr J A Lipps is tune agent for this county is one of time most convenient articles for tho culinary department that line over come to our notice It is com posed of eighteen different kitchen tools boxes bins nnd receptacles which 1C bought separately would cost much more fill tho kitchen and be uuhnndy and in the way Not so with tho Stan dart Cabinet It combines cleanliness economy anti beauty With it there in no vermin no dust no dampness no must no insects no mildew It saves time saves health saves sweeping eaves waste of material saves thousands of steps saves stooping saves evaporation saves scrubbing It is A beautiful piece of furniture and nn ornament to any kitchen While compact nnd out of the way it is immediately in hand and need tinyforPAT UP Wo huvo1 over Six HUNDIIED Doi LAKH duo UH on Hubfloriptiona job work nnd advertising Wo need ti tho inonoy und niiiHt have n sot tlcmont If you Imvont tho money to pay up bring UH horny ohiokona corn oats f wood hay or almost anything n family can use to ud vantage and wo will make ar rangomontfl for KotUiug Our stub Hcription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on tho lot day of Aug ust noxt and all who nro in ar roars dropped therefrom Look at tho dnto after your nnmo on tho address of your paper and BOO how you stand If in arrears como in and settle nt once for if you dealt your name will ho stricken from our mailing liston August 1 1800 und should you fail to roceivo TUB 1 HKUAID after that into you will know tho reason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS ll- A Chance to Make Money- I havo berries grapes nnd peaches n year old fresh as when picked I use the California Cold process do not heat or seal time fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh amid costs nlmout nothing win put up n bushel In ten minutes Last week I sold directions to 1JO families any ono will pay n dollar for directions when they see the beautiful samples of fruit c As there lire many like my self I consider it myduty to give my cxporionco to such anti feel confident anyone CPU make one to two hundred dollars around homo ina few days I completedlrcotions y eighteen 2cont stamps which III only tha tactual coat of tho samples postage etc to mo FKANCIS OABKV 021 8t Loul Me tri t rt1k xp w r i nL ry jT t TtlUEt110 II A DAZEI GREEN I KY 1 t DOCTOR FonNEr II CIIAKLKS MA Imil riddenrr1UOX horse ngnlnst tho express l rohUiitlou everybody who knew anything about It and a broken arm wan tho Consequence Squire Sclwyns black bornet Hinder was wen known In the vlcln- r and his extraordinary faculty lor lultiplylng broken heada had brought IICJulrowabody would purchase him Charlca WIIH the BqulrcH nephew I young man of twentyfive or six and an conceited au young men of that ago Wo apt to be lie had como from the city for months vacation mid having Bidden Thundor and ROt his arm broken won safely housed away in Cool spare chamber to await the coming of a physician JIow very unfortunate It l paid Kato Solwy n entering the chamber jnM 0s Charles email stock of patience was exhausted hut Dr Stone hint gone out of town for a week and left Jr Forney to takn hlllllncc- Scnel for lr 1orney then ex claimed Clmrlcfl impatiently I Imvo but I expect you will decap itate mo for It You know you detest Btrongmlndcd women and Dr For acy Of courao I do A strongminded woman ought to bo put In a Htrall jncket Hut what has that got to doI With Dr Forney Oh here she 11 cried Kate and tho door opened to admit a rather slight young woman Kho was rosy and pretty with soft looms curls of yellow ish hair n pair of mlHclilovoiiH brown pllIrIHShuuA patient for you doctor II leI KnU indicating Charles with a nod Wood gracious cried tho patientI you dont pretend to say that this young lady Iis a doctor Dr Forney Mr Martin said Kale gravely I beg your pardon xald Charles a HUll hiiughtily 1 Hhould prefer to Jmvo my arm attended to by nII gentle jnanI um sorry fur your sake that I am not a gentleman said Dr Forney bow lug I regret it extremely hilt I do not ace how I can help It- No no of course not Hut do you think you havo courage enough to set n broken limb I IIIICHtlonWithout moro ado the doctor proceedt ed to business and though Charles was n iiervoiiH as any old woman the limb was skillfully net and the patient quiet ed down to sleep before Dr Forney left him I dont liko nick or lamo heroes 1 dont think them interesting nnywhcr out of n threevolume novel for they ore generally fretful and cross and1 wont more waiting on than two grand mother and a grcatgranduncle Hut I am obliged to introduce you to a brokenarmed hero in order to tell you about Dr Alice Forney When ClmrlcM awoko he was pre pared to bo very much outraged III declare It Is abominable he BaldI to lntolito think of that little bit of pink and white femininity being a doe A IATIGNT FOU YOU IIOCTOH justfitI on n yellow background A woman with n profession Is simply disgusting And the Idcn of that girl going around and Betting broken limbs and giving physio Faugh Shes a pretty genteel Jlrlsahlold Mrs Sehvyn warmly and doctmt upend half of her tlmu In dawdling around untl curling her hair Sho menu to inaho her way herself she says RUlII no she iTocs She gave mo something for uiy nuwrollogy that cured ne right up Anil fthn is HO gentle nnd liana kind word for everyone wild Kate j cunt help thnl replied Clmrlea U8urptJJ AIfrtI Tfatc wlokedJylit Mo Humph I wouldnt marry nnI angel if she had n profession Heaven deliver mo from your strongminded I women I But notwithstanding Charles disgustt at professional females ho flourishedI llncly under Dr Forneys care Tho doctor came every day and her calls were prolonged Mr Marlon had so much to tell about his sleepless nlghtn oiid his weary days nnd the twinges oft pain In his arm and tho way his head felt and so on and so forth that Dr For noyH forenoons wero often half ab Horbed In thcao viIIIIt to her squeamish patient One day the doctor come later than usual nnd seemed a little hurried Sho did not give Charles headache HO sympathy as usual and when ho began to talk about his nerves she looked out of the window and apparently did not hear him Charles felt wronged and Insulted What did he pay a physician for hut to comfort him and give him sympathy 7 Especially when that physician WOH n woman You will bo well attended now said tho doctor rising to go Dr Stone ban returned and will seo you before night 10IIlInng Dr Stone returned CharlesI irreverently Ohno I thought you hud morn con fldenee in men nR physicians than In women Who toM you so I had received that Impression I thought you would bo delighted that ho had returned Well 1 am not Old Indeed 1 No You will do well enough now Mr Marlon under any circumstances Your arm Is doing very well and in a few days I tell you It aches horridly and my head too Seems nn If you might have Mime pity forme Of course I pity you very much hut t cannot stav to tell von HOIIOW I I i IHINT nol SAIU CIIAWKH rather busy at this time 1 have a great many tilings to get ready you know For what Heady for wha gasped Charles Good heavens you dont mean to say vou are going to be mar ried I Dr Forney laughed II No I nm going west For how long An Indefinite period For all my lifu if 1 nm pleased with tIll country You know 1 have my fortune to make and there Is a very good opening In WiHcon cln Something rose up In Charles Ma t lonV throat nUll nearly suffocated him He put out his hand and drew Dr For ney to his side And tho doctor llooked embarrassed nnd blushed just as any ether girl might have done under such circumstance Dont go said Charles eagerly H- It is an opening you are looking for there is one nearer home And he opened his arnut entirely for getting that one of them was unlit for fcrvifv Mr Marlon Alice I love you There It is out thnnk heaven I love you with my whole soul Noncn e nid Alice How a fel low mun feel making love to a female doctor You overheard my insane talk Well never mind 1 dont care 11 par ticle It will give you a chance to ex ercise your spirit of forgiveness For Alice my darling you are going to for give me for broken hearts lire worse than broken bones Dr Forney succumbed to Mr Ma IIOtIIlI11MI practices occasionally nnd Charles has quite overcome his proju dlco for women who follow professions Selected Cooil fur IIU Miiiiory- My husband always walks past the hatruck nn l puts his hat on thn piano i Mino used to do so too but I cured him How did you do It1 I moved tho piano into tho hall nnd i llUrlorChlengo The excavations mado on tho slt of Xlncych prove that tho city win burned and then deserted by Its In l1tccJnltcr o r- icit ti pr DANGEROUS WORK I IDth Faced KrcklcMly by 1conlo Vfhf 8ln ot Oil Walls This has been a busy season for tho torpedo man and ho is reaping a hare vest from his perilous work Few of them ever accumulate any money from it however Ont renson is that so many of them do not live long enough to store up much of their wages while the prices aro KO low that tho margin of profit Is not big In spito of the danger of handling nitroglycerine u good many iiceldentH happen that are not followed by loss of life A group of brokers and producers nut In the oil exchange recently talk ing over some such events IK S Laugh lln toM of n shot in threo shells put in n will of his not fill from the city Two Hcctlons had been lowered to till Hand 1Tht third was lost from the cord at a distance of 110 feet above till sand and when an attempt was mudo to recover It and sink It the rest of tile way it ex ploded The shooter stood over tho hole mi till shot went on The explosion knocked him down lifted his 1 lIp into the derrick burned till one side of hit facu and nearly drowned him with the flood of oil and water that followed Hut ho was around that same day in good repair About a down years ago a torpedo man had two shots to put in a well on tho Hingham loin near Colevllle Ho hull carried the stuff out in his wagon and Wilt filling the shells to lower them into the first well Tho other well Will on the hill farther up a narrow ravine 1Ihe upper well was connected with u tunIc filled with oil fur firing the holler Iy some error the oil line was opened and a free flow of oil allowed to run through while the shot was going down tho first well Tho deluge of oil eamo down to the drilling well and insteadI tit being governed at till holler the fire man was not expecting it nnd the result MIIH an oil fire of beautiful magnitude I The season wius fall time with dry hemlock brush on nil sides and UM tho j burning oil poured down the ravine it headed directlyI for the wellI where tho IlrllltIin tin wagou for the other will lieI tiaw tho Damn sweeping toward him nnd ns he was just ready to lire till shot he lowered tin weight and jumped InI his wagon He put the whip to his horses nnd went out of the gulch cm itI frantic gallop his WII OIl bounding over the root like a ball Men who met IIIIIItllllllIoiihiltlows wagon thought he lind becunio- Middenly insane and fled to get out of his way Two miles ho galloped his horxcH over the awful roads and then pulled up safe from harm with his dan croUH loud Hilt the will did not es cape so easily The till he shot put up its flow of oil as tl1I llame from the oil swept down the valley and It hushedI I into it blno which shot hundreds feet into the air A sf in breeze blow tho flame along tthe ridge and in a few minutes n doen wells were afire Oil from till burning tanks poured down till hillside tin dry brush saturated with oil burned fiercely and for two days the mountain was n IIIIIKH of flame Had tho shooter not taken his wagon out of the vicinity with the fearful speed ho did an explosion that would have wrecked everything in sightI would hhvo been added to the fire Its a wonder Oil City IK not wiped air the face of the earth with till fllu IT ventured a listener who sat by t know of many instances of glycerine going through town You recollect tnit explosion of a wngon load near Franklin last summer There are three or four men on till floor now who met that wagon as they were going out to rellmrkelllthellI I it should explode while going through tilt city They were horrified you may bo sure to learn on their return that ll had passed through till city ami ex ploded on its way to Franklin I know one day not long ago alrt mother of a wagon with too quarts on it to drive through Oil City at ono oclock in till daytime TJo general opinion is that if tho truth were known nil of till trnvnu of till whole oil country lire more or less subject to the same danger Pitts burgh Times Iurlltu Uluiul In Mittn of IrullnnIIThe island of Soccorro till Mexican const is in a state of orup- tlon Two months ago which Is thei latest date that news wius received of the Inland lava was running down tho mountain uldet overflowing the low lands and traveling to till sea TIllI news came in n letter to tilt hydro- graphic otlleo from the schooner Xnmpn Cllpt Peterson of the vessel spoke tho Danish bark Schualdo of iiiaviunay which rojMtrted having passed Soccorro- on March JO The sky and sen wero filled wltlt ashes mills away from the Island and tIll blazing mountain was first made out at night It was a mug i uilleent sight the Danish captain said but he did not dare venture too near ou IiOlIIIIIChlIIJII IIi i Gentleman What did you hit him for Jtoy Ho was going to call mo a liar Other Hoy I wasnt goln to do nuf fin o tho kind Hoy decidedly Yen you would if you had heard tlu story I was going to I tell youHny Clfv Chat 1 A small fcorrow distracts a great one makes us collcc d Klchtcr I NONSENSEIill ShlTcll me when yoji were Iin the army wero you cool In lie hour of danger lIlIICool Why I hlv ercdX Y Herald She on the avenue There goes t bicycle nil In a lw p Ue Well 1 puwjs youll find a woman at the bottom of 1tYonlwlI Statesman More liopnttec You cant keep a good man down said the proverb loving boarder Sol wild thn typoI writer boarder unless h1ian n sent In tho ear Then you ennt tIt him up Cincinnati Knquirer Well said YuMt Ivo taken n powder for my headache a pellet for my liver and n capsule for my gouty foot Sow what puzles me Is how do the things know the rlgit place to go after they get InsldePhlladelphla American MrsI GItlIeOf course you rend nil your husbands stories Mrs Whit wlfo of tho popular author Oh dear 1101 They are nothing to tho stories ho sometimes tells me after ho has been out of an evening BostonI Transcript Hut what reason have you to think that iratomnn knows anything about the coinage question The best in the world He him never tried to talk about It If he didnt know anything about It he would be saying columns Indianapolis Journal A Man IICasilyI Pleased Miss Cay enne paid men compliment lawst night Mild Willio Wellington Ont of the sort of which she makes n specialty SIll told mo site thought I had n pleasant disposition How did she know Thats what I asked her She said any one could see that I was easy to pleas by till way in which I laughed at some of my own wemarks Washington Star EVILS OF OVERSTUDY All Kxiimplit of llmv Ilin llrulii U ICillnrd iII Sluplil IVilnntry Iii June KSIM a beautifulI voting worn an was removed from one of our IW Knglandcolleges and placed in an nsy linn for till insane She had been unwell for MIIIH months owing to ovorstudy and insullleieiit sleep but her aberni tionof mind was directly brought about by her failure to pass Ithe cvimiiiation in philosophy at the end of the term Iteing a frfend of the family I visited her soon nftor her incarceration I 1111I struck with the change IHint n few short years of study had made in the girl i She WIIH Hitting near the window up parently reading when I appeared at j the door of her apartment She looked tip hilt evidently did not recognize me and after eyeing me suspiciously rill nIfew moments rose and began to puce I till room laughing at intervals that peculiar mlrUilesH laugh which clinrac lIHIHllrFinally a shudder she tip pronelied me So you nre another tor mentor sill said How did you know I failed In that wretched examination I tell you I did not fall I only forgot tlio words just the words 1 can nay them all now Theyre from Kant Listen Tlie teleology of nature Is made to rest on a transcendental theology which takes lilt ideal of supreme onto logical perfection an a principle of sys toimitie unltya principle which which oh how my head aches 1 Do you Know I worked that problem nil right It took me all night hut I polvcd it and when I lay down in the morning I thought that very triangle was in my hend with till iiftex piercing my fonr hend That must hun Ixen the be ginning lint I am not Insane xmly studying studying studying I hour jHople say so much study is if no use hut I only laugh at them The idiots I say give InA knowledge more knmvl edge I adore learning I worship edu eatlon Here she tiung herself UJMJII the bed and fairly hugged and kissed two volumes which hupx iird to be ly hIt there Theso proved to be a He brew grammar and a work on differen tial calculus When I was u child Ihc c continue III rebelled against the good that WOK in books I hived the all and sunshine I hated the schoolroom TIll slghtof my playmates sitting silent and motionless oppressed me Then I wax a stupid animal Now I am an intellectual soul Oh heavens How happy lInn She raised her eyes with an expression of oetney What wire I for the things of tilt world she went on I study for eternity I can sieali 14 languages I will be Tods ntir prefer He has promised me that posi tlon when I go to Heaven I will bo Jods favorite child for was I not al ways first in my class did I say al ways Oh that examination I Atthii jhiint sho Fiink to the tloor and I could stand the strain no longer 1 walked slowly out of the building saying lo myself Idolatry is not yet dead in this 10th century Iearning Is doubtless of inestimable value when j rightly applied hut tho belief which FO many hold that there is embodied uIa set of college text hooks that which j intrinsically and necessarily good U fetlchlsm Washington Star I IIJItlrti i I dor Central America that some yenrf ago discharged lava over a forest Thr wood nil caught tire of course hut the lava being light and easily cooled had cued Into long arcades through which It is possible to walk Kven now tin I imprints of the trunks and branches of the trees can be seen Chicago Intel I Ocean I W6hidcrf- ul exclaimed a aruKRlRt how tho pconta tick to Hoods SlLrll PnrUlThey nil w- anipHoods Sarsaparilla 0 The One True lllood Iarlflor AlldrugirUt j aHoods PlllB euro nil Mvor Ills reDti = f byHornel tlellr igIo ICNI than Umt m htonllell by a 11 an inch long at a distance of 1606 miles It consists of a circular mirror suspended froin brackets on an upright Ullcqul11lellgtbSlight iiggerated motion of tho mirror and the aiiluchlnlarl1luKTIIKIIK aro numerous hotels in New York where suites of rooms consisting of bedroom parlor bathroom and one or two bitting rooms cost SJOO to 8500 a week This of course includes table service and a private dining room Bud attendance All About WcMturii lUlU luiult nullllltrotcdlllollthlyflliliMLO 1 iiirllniMmi iiml Oniiicv it It n Intolcstlngwny CorllllcltwJwlUboAnvEKTisrMCvr A Hvvlss hotel wnnta Munich costlllllUIlluottcr FITS stopped free and pormancatlv cured 1IInosOreatIJOtUotrcatlslWriu you IOIUlcllliii suppose so 1 found my pockets were rilled llinghum ton Luimur- I fAN MIT speak too highly of Ilsosltiro J13YmndIa spirt once Iavattr Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the pllYsIcol111s forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed There is comfort in tho knowledge that so many forms of sickness aro not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to a constipated condil plclsoqttnmily t ly removes That IK why it is tho only remedy with millionsof families andf I- evcrvwlwro cstcmned fiO hl hly 1 twho value good health Its beneficial effects are due to tho fact that it Is the ono remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating tho organs on which It acts It is therefore nil important In order to get Its bene ficial effects to noto when you pur chase that you have the genuine ort cle which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co only and sold by druggistsIf of good health t and the system Is regular laxatives or i other remedies are then not needed If alnicted with nny actual disease ono may be commended to the most skillful physicians hut if in need of a laxative ono should have the best und with tho wellInformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest nnd is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction BIC FOURNEW LINE OCTWECN CINCINNATI TOLEDO and DETROIT SOLID VESTIBULEO TRAINS FAST TIME- EXCELLENT EQUIPMENT INAUGURATED MAY 24 SCHEDULEIT Oilp m Ar Tnlrilii 11110 p ni nO 11 Ar llrlrolf oao p in llillunThrough Coaches and Parlor Cars on Daj Trains Through Coaches Wagner Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Toledo and Cincinnati to Detroit on Night Trains Till Xoir S4rree beiwicn Cincinnati Tolcd Una Detroit I iii AS OOOD A3 OUR NEW YORK LINE I AS OOOD AS OUR CHICAGO LINE AS GOOD AS OUR ST LOUIS LINt Ii1j1lIr your IItkeC lliroiich 11OJ llle Koti for full Infonuntloutall on nuitninorixllrcu Eo 0 MM 01WK K n II JHKTIV VT 1 Acert OlIHTroICM tprS1ryll I Treated 1110 1111 hlalM ClIiJ Ih res tJtrl B t ultl M r 4lJor r 8111 lIIrt I I dlI 4n4 l Vf il lw wrall j IreBOOK 1 I IIr nlr imi fI FR IITEN DAYS TREATMENT FURNISHED FREE 1 111111 It II II au k UNK IIpIUC AUUG trU Ittll TUU nn UMm rlla t S f T I s C ii t V INSTRUCTIVE+ WINDS fsyMke Wreckago of Mens prJ fclous Soufi or LovolJ f rrpa Talleit Oroirthi of Ilnnmn Vault VMtllencA That Cornea on tlu Wlh S tho East TVInUDr Thnagt I iioQ of the Toriintlu v ieY Dr Tnlmago chose for ills tex Sunday Kxodus x la And the Iorol brought an cast wind upon the land alll that day and all that night The reference hero la not to a cyclone but to tho lung contiuued blow lag of the wiml from un util0althfu- quarter I t Tho north wind is braelug the south wind relaxing but tho east wind is irritating and full of threat Eighteen times does tho Ulblo speak against this lust wind Moses describesII the thin oars blasted by the east wind The Psalmist describes tie breaking of tho ships of Tarshlsh by thu east wind The locusts that plagued Egypt wero blown In on tho east wind Tho gourd that sheltcrcluual- was i shattered by tho cast wind und in all the 0000 Hummers autumns winters springs of the worlds existence tho worst wind that ever blew Iis thoI east wind Now if lied would only give us a cllnmto of perpetual nor wester how genial and kind and placidp and industrious Christians we would alli bet Iut it takes almighty grace to be what wo ought to bo undur this cast wind Under the chilling and wul wing of the oust wind tho worlds vii htluics frauds outrages suicides and murders have been hatched out I think I you should keep meteorologi cal historyof the days of time year and put right beside It the criminal record of tho country you would tine that those wero the best days for public morals which were under the north or west wind and that those were the worst days for public morals which were under the east wind The nolnts of tho compass havo more to do with tho worlds mor als and the ehurchrfplotythan you havo yet suspected Rug Dr ArchiI bald Alexander eminent for learning and for consecration when asked by ono of his students at Princeton whether ho always had full assurance of faith replied Yes except when tho wind blows from the east Dr Francla dictator of Paraguay when tho wind was from tho oast made op pressive enactments for tho people hut Ivhau Urn weather changed repented Aim of his cruelties repealed the en ictinentti and was in good humor with all the world You say that men and woolen ought not to be so sensitive and nervous I admit it but I am not talking about what the world ought to hI I am talking about what Use world is While there are persons whose dispositions do not seem to be affected by the changes In the atmosphere nine out of ten are mightily played upon by such Influ ences 0 Christian sued under such circumstances do not write hard things against yourself do riot get worried about your ftneluatingexporlence You are to remember that tho barometer In your soul is only answering the baron eter of the weather Instead of sitting down and being discouraged cued sayl- ug I am nut a Christian because I do not feel exhllnnmt get up and look out of the window nil see the weather vane pointing to the wrong quarter and thin say Jet thud be hind me Satan thou prince of the lower of the air get out of my house get out of my heart thou demon of dark tress horsed on the east wind Away S However Igood nod great sod may be In the Christian life your soul will never be independent of physical condition I feel 1 am uttering a most practical IISC ful truth here one that aygive relief to a great many Christians who are worried and despondent at times Dr Hush a monarch in medicine af ter curing hundreds of cases of mental depression himslf fell sick and lost his religious hope nil he would not be lieve his pastor when ho told him that his spiritual depression was only a con sequence of physical depression An drew Fuller Thomas Scott Win Cow per Thomas Boston David Ilrainard Philip Mclancthon wero mighty nun for God hilt allof them Illustrations of the fact that n mans sonl Is not in dependent of his physical health An eminent physician gave as his opinion that no man over died n greatly triumphant death whoso disease was below the diaphragm Stnckhouse the learned Christian commentator wasInsaneharp before him but it was n hypo chondria coming from inflammation of plo1un0thingsIntoCllrlilllooverlivedsntdowndeavored to discharge my duty as well mClnnCltolyofby verymuchcouldhavedhitraaaing Wenw to hide His face and I intrust beingImoTLero isnotthatlattdthoughI f i1- ltec1eomormerIt foundIllsII you for u word at leisure atTMInmfuUofWlmt 1I nennofworsomnnthat tistate of his warranthisL cabtt thulI offeat lcUodyourself against these withering blasts and destroyingI Influences IsalnilSpt i I shipI1 IIC controls tho east wind Tho LoriI brough the east wind lie brings iIt IIInlitsometlmcshIeast is just as Important as tho north wind I Iur the south wind or the west wind t not so pleasant Trial must come i The text does not say you will escape tho cutting blast Whoever dides cape It Especially who that accom plished anything for church or state ever escaped it IttItH In the pulpit of John Wesley In London a pulpit where he stood one lay unit said 1 mlliwHIIIn drunkenness cud a woman ruse In the audience and said Julio you were drunk lust night So John Wesley passed under the flail I sort In a for eign journal a report of ono of JeorgeuI Whlteflelds sermons a sermon preach ed a hundred and twenty or thirty years ago It seemed that the reporter stood to tutee the sermon and his chief ilea was to caricature itand these art some of the reportorial interlinlngs of the sermor of Scorge Whltellcld After calling him by n nickname hill native of a physical defect in tit eye it goes on to say Mere the preacher clasps his chin on the pulpit cushion lien he elevates his voice I Ire he low ers his voice Molds his anus extended Huwls aloud Stands trembling Makes a frightful face Turns up tilt whitesI of his eyes Clasps his hangs behind him ClaspsI his arms around him and kings himself liners aloud unites lumps Cries Changes hoot crying Hollos and jumps again WIll my brother If that good man went through all that process in your occupation In your profession in your store In your shop att the bar in till sit kroom in the editorial clinic somewhere you will have to go through a similar process you con not escape it Bents wrote his famous poom nutp the laud criticism of thin poem killedp him literally killed him Tasso wrote his poem entitled Jerusalem Deliver ed atoll it had such a coil reception iIt turned him into a raving maniac Stilllnglleet wits slain lby his literary enemies The frown of Henry VIII slew Cardinal Wolsey Tho duke of Wellington refused to have the fence around his house which haul been de strayed by an excited mob rebuilt be cause he wanted the fence to remain as it was a reminder of the mutability and uncertainty the popular favor And you will have trial of some sort You have had it already Why need 1 prophesy I might better mention an historical fact in your history You are a merchant What a lime you had with tint old business partner Mow hard it was to get rid of him Before you bought him out or he ruined both of you what magnitude of annoyance Then after you had paid him down a certain sum of mousy to have him go out anti to promise he would not open a StOVe of the same kind of business in your street did ho not open the very snow kind of business as near to you as possible anti take till your cab tomers as far us ho could take them And then knowing all your frailties and wreak nesses after being in your business tlrm for so many years Is ho not now spending his time in making a commentary on what you furnished as a text You ore n physician and in your sickness or in your absence you get a neighboring doctor to take your place in the sickroom and he ingratiates himself Into the favor of that family lose their patron so that you forever age Or you take n patient through the serious stages of a fever and someday the Impatient father or husband of the sick ono rushes out and guts an other medical practitioner who comes in just in time to got thin credit of the cure Or you are a lawyer sad you como In ctfntnct with a trickster In your profession and In your absence nil contrary to agree incnt he moves a nonsuit or tho Ills missal of time ease or tho judge on the bench remembering nn old political grudge rules against you every time ho guts n chance and anys with asnarl If you dont Hko my decision take an exception Or you are a farmer and tie curcnllo stings the fruit or the weevil guts Into tho wheat or tho drought stunts tho corn or tho long continued rains give you no opportunity for gntiiering the harvest Your bcst cow got tho hollowhorn your best horse gets foundered A trench proverb said that trouble comes In on horseback und goes away on foot So trouble dashed in on you suddenly but oh how long it was in getting away Came on horseback goes away on foot Rapid in coming slow In going That is the history of nearly all your againtroubleshave oxpcrlonrecl the power of theyou cast wind It may U blowing from that direction now h j friends God intended theseIIMy and trials for some particular purpose They do not come at random I nero is tho promise Ho stnyeth hisI j rough wind In the day of tho cast I I wind In tho Tower of London tho swords and the guns of other ages are t j burnished and arranged into huge pas- o I bridalIHO as steel could bo put into such floral shapes I have to toll you that time hardest sharpest most omitting most piercing sorrows of this life may be made to bloom snit blossom and I put on bridal festivity Tho Bible says they shall be mitigated they gradetiledbe overthrown A Christian woman very much despondent was holding her child in her urns unit the pastor trying to condole till woman in her spiritual depression said There you will let your child drop Oh lit she said I couldnt let the child drop He said You will let the child drop Why she sold If I should drop the child image it would dash his life out Well now said the Chrlsttam minis ter dont yon think bit Is as good as you IIre1 Wont lied your Father take as good care of you Ills child as you take care of your child lied wont let you 11rop- liUp1I1S0I lied lets the east wind blow hard enough to drive us into tho harbor of sods protection We all teal we eau manage our own affairs We have helm and compass and chart and quadrant Jive us plenty of sect room unit we soil on and sail on hot after a while there comes a Caribbean whirl hulplIiHInAllour calculations upset we say with the poet Change tool decoy on nil around I sec U Jliou trims chniiKCst not nblttu with snot The south wind of stud providence makes us throw olT till cloak of Chris tian character and we catch cold but time sharp east wind of trouble makes us wrap around us the warm promises The best thing that ever happens to ns is ttrouble That is n hard thing per Imps to say but 1 repeat It for loud an nounces It again and again the best thing that happens to ns is trouble When time Kreneh army went down into 1 Kgypt under Napoleon an engi seer in digging for a fortress came across a tablet which has been called tho Hosetta stout There were In tiI rlpt lUllS In three or four languages on that Itosctta stone Scholars studying out the alphabet of hieroglyphics froth that stone were tumbled to rend ancient iuMriptlous on monuments and on tombstones Well many 01 the hand writings of led In our life are inde cipherable hieroglyphics wo can not understand them until we take up the Rosetta stone of lIllIe inspiration and the explanation all comes out timid the mysteries nil vanish and what was be furl beyond our understanding now Is plain III Its meaning as we read All things work together for good to those who love Sod Su we decipher the hieroglyphicsI Oh my friends have you over calculated what trouble did for David It made him the sacred ministrel for all ages What did trouble do for JosephI Made him the keeper of till corncrihi of ICgypt What did it do for Paul Made him the great apostle to tit Jentiles What did It do for Samuel Rutherford Made his III IIHIli Sill more illustrious than robust health What did It do for Kithard Boxier lave him ca parity to write of time Saints Ever lasting Itest What did It do for John liunyan Showed hlnn limo shlniti gates of the city What has It done for you Since tine loss of that child your spirit hits been purer Since time loss of that property you have found out that earthly Investments are Insecure Since you lostl your health yon feel as never before a rapt anticipation of eternal release Trouble has humbled you has enlarged you hits multiplied your resources hits equipped you huts loosened your grasp front thu world and tightened your grip on the next Ohl bless God for the east wind It has driven you into time harbor of Cods sympathyNothing like trouble to show ns that this world is an Insnclent portion Ho garth was about done with life and he wanted to paint the end of nil things lIe put on canvass a shuttered bottle a cracked bell an unstrung harp n sign hoard of a tavern called Thin Worlds End falling down a shipwreck the horses of Phoebus lyingl dead in the clouds the moot in her lust quarter and time world on fire Out thing more Sold Hogarth and my picture is dune Then he added the broken pal ate of a pointer Then ho died lint trouble with hand mightier mend store skillful than Hogarths pictures time falling falling mohlerlng lying world And we want something permanent to lay hold of and wo grasp with both hands after God and say The Lord Is my light the Lord Is my love tho Lord is my fortress tho Lord is my sacrifice time Lord Is my Joel myChristinn upbynot surrender Do you not know that upYoucourage The Komans went into time battle and by name accident there was an Inclination of tie standard The standard upright meant forward march tho inclination of the standard meant surrender Through the negligence of the man who carried tho standard and flu Inclination of it thu army surrcn t- V I dered Obi lot r keep tine standard i up whether it be blown down by the I oast wind or the north wind or th south wind No inclination tR our conflictII that I they call time sorrowing tree the pe cularlty of which IsI it never putt forth any boom In time daytime but In the night puts out all Its bloom unit all its redolence And 1 have to toll you thai though Christian character puts forthI its sweetest blossoms in tho darkness of sickness the darkness of financial distress the darkness of bereavement time darkness of death weeping may endure for a night but joy cometh lr the morning Across tho harsh dis cords of this world rolls the music of the HkhsIlIItilo Unit breaks from the lips music that breaks from the harps and rustles Iron time palms music flit oafalling water over rocks muslo Wee wandering winds among leaves nmollglorclltHlows storming tho Atlantic beach They shall hunger no more neither thirst any more neither skull tho nun light on them nor any heat for tho Lamb which is In tho midst of tho throne shall lend them to living fount ains of water nnd God shall wipe away glemtShllsUnnSome of tho ships como in with sails rent and bulwarks knocked away bub still afloat Nearer and nearer thoI shining shore Nearer and nearer eter mini anchorage Haul1 away my ladstI Some of the ships had mighty ton lusllylIfwdwero menofwar unit armed of tho thunders of Christian battle timid oth ors were unpretending tugs taking oth ors through time Narrows timid some were coasters that never ventured out Into the deep semis of Christian experi dice but thus are all coming nearer the wharf brlgaiitlne galleon line ofbattlo ship lung bout pinnace war frigate and as tidy como Into tho hue bor I find tint tidy are driven by theI long loud terrific blast of time east wind it is through much tribulation that you are to enter Into time kingdom1lof led I You have blessed Quit for time north wind and blessed Him for time south wind and blessed him for tho west wind can you not in the light of thisI subject bless Him for time east wind Nonror my God to Thee Nearer to Thoo Een though It be a crou That rulMotti ma Still all my long shall be Nearer my God to Thee Neater to 1hn- eINTERESTNQ ITEMS CHAWLKH DICKKNH tho younger IU seriously sick with acute dyspepsia amm weakness of the heart UKPOIITS from time lending cities eas nUll west Indicate that Memorial day was nacho generally and enthusiastical ly celebrated this year than over bo fore Dit Dovilt time nine for whom Dov ers jpowders were named was tho finder of Alexander Selkirk on his lonely isleitt1 W WATTS mayor of Lafay ette Ore rather than sign time lkenS- pnpers of a liquor dealer resigned his position lHAAoTATK of Monroe county Tonn is in bed with the ninth case of lumenH les and wants to know where ho con get another ease line public schools of thu United States cost annually about 100000000 More thou two tiuirds of this vast sum Is raised by local taxation POMTMASTKH GKNKIIAI WILSON is sold to intro received an otter of tho presi dency of a western college and may ac cept It when he leaves the cabinet A HAIITKOIIU Ct man who was put to sleep by hypnotic influence awoke none the worse for having been with out food or drink for five days save for a loss of eight pounds TImE present king of Don mark was so poor during his early married life that lie used to give drawing lessons under time rose in time families of the rich Frankfort merchants TIIK diamonds in one symbol of tho late shahs rank are said to weigh nearly twenty pounds There is also a jeweled saber valued nt 1000000 Another thing that time shah prized was a silver vase ornamented with 100 em eralds whose equal It IIs said Is not to be found in tho world AT a beauty competition in Paris tho other tics the three first prizes wero awarded to three froth actres lies sad now UfO Parisians are indig unlit on discovering that ono of tho prizewinners Is an American another a Belgian and the third a Polo This Iis time reverse of tho famous beauty show a i thin Columbian exposition whore c will bo remembered time typi cal beauties of forty nations wore near ly all native Americans When it cones to judging beauties a committee of awards is liable to bo deceived by their looks MKH WAIUIKN who recently served as foreman on a jury in Denver says liAR n matter of Interest to tho public and particularly to ladled who in the futuro may bo called upon to servo upon juries 1 will say that in my own ex perience there has boon nothing which should doter any lady from serving on a jury No lady need fear to servo on a jury when called upon I have been treatedwith every respect and con stdoration The gentlemen were all very nice and unanimously chose mo as their foreman which place I sa cepted r t P r23ttC- J i Jf f IJ Ittii AiAtfq 1M lfllI L rPetcae ted ntthPPqcl oitt cbfeam00R a to ba p JWndpn HThadL been silo years In parliament before Punch apiKared The ilrstv pictures of hlHijBro by lUclmrd Devle a 4iJohn Jit osiJ 4 W1 ittWjiald thatPn + Idcn Krujf rof tbifTruAnnlnpublloihnlleeftfthl Itreilegr to tlie IJIb1s Nptl r lJljii s rep ee uetU receatly wLen km ome ciatignyt Glt t Aarli Twain bobk8 The humor of rthojfViu6rlcaa Joker hnppcne4to hit jthoJJpcr ruler let the right glace nhd hnhWpurchtuied a full net of Mr Clemens books Prince Frederick Leopold of Prus eht who bt the projector of time Berlin Industrial exhibition vhlcliVriw opened few days ago is n lion of the famous a Bed Prince Frederick ChnrTca tho cavalry lender Ho in A third cousin and brothorlnlnw of the emperor of t Germany maul IH the richest member of tho kThek to bo John n lloblnson of South Af glen EighteenI yenta ago ho kept a k grocery store In tho Orringo Free State snit WIJH in debt lie snit his wife begged f Y their way to Kimberloy where Kobln son picked up n rough dlnmond worth 1210 This was tho foundation of hU fortune which in now estimated at 310020000 During some private theatricals at y the Snxon court recently Princess Frederick took time part of a mold Rorv lint Time extremely realistic way In which she portrayed a vulgar young woman molHtonlng snit polishing a leather shoo brought horn taproot from lime king himself who said Wo nro among ourselves It la true butOon then n royal prlnceus ought oat to play no exactly the manners urn maid THE APPLE KING OF KANSAS How Ills Vml OrtiliurtU Am Ilunnwl and Nucrgeehdir l1UllltrttI Judge Fred Wellhousc of Ioaven North county Kim IIH reputed snys t Coburn secretary of the Kansan heard of agriculture to he tho must + extensive and probably the most sue ceHsful Indlvldunl apple grower In thn 1 United States nod Is known for meadywide nS the apple king Ills orchards consist of 1010 acres the product in 13 yearn hits been upward of 100000 bushels nnd the varieties given chief prece dence are Hen Davis 030 acres Mis souri pippin HOD acres and Oano 100 acres Mr Wellhonso limns Just finished limiting mi additional 100 acres and the HttcceKH that has attended all lib work makes his methods of much Inter 1 wit to anyone net ting a considerable durea In trees As related by him In ext perience of m years ns Using laud in n good state of culti vation ns for other crops preferably but not necessarily a northern CX posure rows north and south 112 cut npart are made by turning a straight plow furrow to till west timid another to the oast say SO Inches front first The middle strip thus left Is thrown out thenlast furrow hung about ten Inches deep Jn time bottom of this tend fur row running a listing plow with sub rolling attachment timid then cross marking with any device to indicate tho l location for trees 10 feet apart in time rows completes time preparation of time ground Thrifty two yenr old trees mire con sidered best although those a year older ole not objectionable These are taken up by a tree digger run ten to twelve Inches deep When the trees art delivered on the orchard Lund ready for planting men distribute them nt the croHsmarks cud two work together in pluming a row One stunts tho tree In its place and spreads Its roots out In their natural position holding It while thu other shovels the liner soil over y them The man holding till tree ConNtantly tramp the enrth among and around the roots until It will firstlykhold tin true In an upright position When the rows mire thus made ready II team hitched with short single treesrlto a plow follows and in ono round Ifs throws the adjacent serum bock into thu central furrow filling It In ten days or two weeks when woods begin to hhow another round is mode turning n furrow two or three inches wide to ward tho tree anti a little deeper than the first covering all turned by tho previous round Jn a fortnight an other narrow furrow is turned ns be fore as deep and throwing the soil an y far up on till cdgo tut possible with a view to smothering any weeds started + In time tree row This Is repented at twoweek Intervals until the middle of August forming continuous beds of mellow earth or treerows about eight feet wide elevated four to nix Inchon above time adjacent surface 12 to IS Inches deep and in superior condition for time reception of rains and a vigorous growth of time trce- suIt t the plowing nnd covering leave failed to keep the weeds in subjection a time larger ones err cut with hoes but this is usually a light task IhoiollovWIng season cultivation Iin carried on by r first plowing the soil from amid later to ward the trees as In the preceding year and for winter leaving the laud JII1 much the numb condition as iri thefall F before This cultivation U kept tip 1ui nil the trees are live or six yaws K la bearing when t eJjseeded W J 7 ttkveI+ 7Y P1 t- y Ji k Jy I if d i v i IIr 1 r v tlS TIE HERALD TOCMKX Otora Ulfor 9IAI E Illicit ButMU Muuf r Hi AMMUtf E4ttir HAZEL CREEN K- YTHURSDAYJuly 9 1890i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FITZPATRICK- OF FLOYD COUNT- YAxxoUNCFJUNT FOR CIRCUIT CLKBK We are authorlud to announce CHAS T DYRD of Campton an a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk for Wol county subject to the action of the Dem cratic party THE doubtful and controlling states 1 the coming presidential election are given as follows Kentucky MissouriI Ohio Indiana and Illinois I Alonzo Walling has been sentenced to be hanged on August 7 but execution toyed for GO days to give the court of appeals a chance at him HEAVY rains last Saturday washed away bridges on several railroads andI the town of Ilnsinetsburg Ohio on the Ohio river is almost entirely washedi away Tim Democratic convention iIII in MisI sion At Chicago and the universal query seems to be What will the harvest he 1 Its a wise head indeed that can forecast its foalA tragedy occurred non r Adairvillo Saturday night in which TI IL Harmon town marshal shot an I killed Wick Younger and was in turn killed himself hy the man to whom he t woundtu Notwithstanding the fret that have 15 to 1 hatter chance for the non- nation dipt John H McUmyer o Lawroncohurg the well knnwu distills has authorized the nnnouncemcnt that ho is willing to bet 1000 barrels of1I0Id1 Mcltrnyor Whiskey that Adlai Sloven non will ho named for providentI by thu national Democratic convention at Chi onjjo LouUvillo Post Word Caution There will necessarily ho much heated1I discussion while tho contest is raging letTveun tho diftorcTil candidnlcs for tho presidential nomination at Chicago Good fighters fight hard and die hard nut in all tho hoot of controversy it should lie constantly borne in mind that our cnoniitM are not in our own camp nor in nay of tho silver camps hut only in tho ranks of the gold monometallism and their dupes Whatever shall be the outcome of tho convention the nominee when named will represent the cause of the people in behalf of which a mighty revolution has been aroused mainly dur ing tho last 00 days The victors must not exult over their less fortunate com petitor and tho friends of all tho van quished must he generous and show their superior devotion to principles by cordial support of tho chosen candidate Any man can be a cheerful winner but iit takes real manhood to hear defeat with dignity and good nature Very littlet time should be wasted in discussion over tho nomination sifter it in made ThoI business in hand will ho to battle forth nominee Cincinnati Enquirer LexlngtoR ChiaUsqaa LEXINGTON KY July 3 1890 FRIEND COOPER Chautauqua grand but tomorrow =the Glorious ol1rLh promises to eclipse all former efforts Horr will be hero tonight Harvey to morrow a m Gold or silver 111111 Hopo I may catch one if not both Would not object to a little T of either would you 1 I will conduct the Mngof fm counly institute tho week beginning August 8rd tho Powell county institute the wcckbcginning August 10 Havent fixed dates for others yet Yours truly W II ConDo Later advises bring us the followingf from the same gentleman The 4th coma Horr was hero and spoke upon the Gold Standard Har vey was hero and spoko upon uBimetal Ism Well if tho great convention at Cl1lJJ sago this week would have Horr and u r o ri Hanrey to speak the gold men would have BO trouble in controlling the whole of It Harvey won men to the gold standard by his effort Saturday He cant speak ho read from manuscript and very poorly at that He couldnt touch Horr8 speech or arguments with A hundred foot pole His own followers were disgusted with him He may be able to write a book but he cant debate a national question He may be able to make himself clearly understood in pri Tate but he didnt do it before a large audience of representative Kentuckians He nay be a Democrat but he cant de fine adequately his silver position loa OIOLEKA Preicriptlai ait Direction Per a Sac ceislal Treatment el ttt Diieue Dr T J Dodge of Hamilton III writes as follows to the Iowa Homestea- on the subject of hog cholera II JI the price of hogs is sufficiently high to pay the farmer to use every means of protecting them from the ray ages of the cholera I deem it my duty to give the public free my recipe for fathe cure of what is termed hog cholera I have used this remedy for thirtyfive years and raised hogs on my ranch inn Nebraska and never lost a hoc- I have experimented by placing one well hog with a lot of sick ones and keeping it well by tho use of this remedy You will confer a great favor upon the farmers of our country by publishing this recipe in full I am now engaged in other business and have been for six teen years and am willing to let others prosper by the long years of experience ef mine with a remedy I discovered my- Self for the cure of this dreaded disease liThe prescription and directions are as followsArsenic one Italf pound cape aloes onehalf pound blue vitriolonefourth of a pound black antimony one ounce Grind and mix well the remedy before using The following are the directions for using 1 Sick hog in all cases to he sepa rated from the well eves and placed in i1dry pens with only five large hogs or eight small one in each pen 2 heed nothing hut dry food hut no water only the slop containing the rem sudy untilcured thereifhandled spoon put the dry medicine down their throat 1II Muse for large hog One teaspoon fill three times a day for three days then miss one dry and repent amount until cured Shoats or rigs give one halt the amount llli AH a preventative one teaspoonful onco a week will keep your hogs in a healthy condition to take on fat I cnn place one well hojr in rpen with 100 sickI ones and withi this remedy keep him well IIH5 Let no other stock hut hors have acccH to this rcmednil IIt is to them a deadly poison Dr Dodge adds that for many years he sold his recipe for F5 and treated hogs at the rate of 1 per head paying tho owner 10 cents a pound for all that died after treatment began ilOnOAN COUNTY Maytown Missiles Oat harvest is on hand Aunt Linday Cannoy near town died yesterday evening Miss Liza Henry of EzelIInM visiting Miss Rosa Sample last week We are glad to learn that Berry Old field is so much better Hope he will soon bo out again Jo OKear of Ml Sterling and Nerie Swctnnm of Owingsvillc were in town last night They are prospecting It was reported that most of the wool southwest of here was sent to the woolen mills in Tennessee to manufacture Hut on last Wednesday one man alone brought from Red river to the Maytown machine 2ifi pounds of wool so our ipeo pIe are still patronizing home industry An attempt was made last Saturday night about II oclock by some person or persons to burn the store house of Wm J Lawson 1c Co but as Providence would have it Leo Patrick was returning from Sandfield where ho had been to prayer meeting and raised the alarm in time to save the house Two minutes longer the flames would havo been out of reach of tho bucket brigade The house was well natu rated with coal oil About one square of weather boarding on the side and half square on endof that silo burnt through and several horso collars hanging against tho wall were burnt up If tho store house had burned tho dwelling could not have been saved In the demons haste to get away a No1 two gallon stone jug stopper made I m Helpla needed by poor tired mothers over worked and burdened with care debili tated and run down because of poor thin and Impoverished blood Help la needed by tho nervous sufferer the men and women tortured with rheumatism neu ralgia dyspepsia ecrof ula caUrrh Help Comes Quickly When Hoods Barsaparllla begins to en rich purify and vitalize the blood and sends It In a healing nourishing Invig orating stream to the nerves muscles and Sarsaparillabuildstern and cures all blood diseases because HoodsSarsaparilla Is the One Trite llKxxl Purifier All druggists 1 Prepared only by C L Uoa13 Co Lowell Mass takeHoodsoJt of nn eight pound paper har- was left The owner can get jug by calling at W J Lawsons store provine property etc The following gentlemen authorized us to say that they would pay the following reward for the one that touched the match or poured on the oil W J Lawson t Co 50 Day R Co 525 R A Chiiders 810 i four other citizens t20 totiil 105 The money is readyJuly 7 1896 WivoiK88 Wo have over Six JlrviutKii Doi LAIIS duo us on subscriptions job work and advertising Wo need the money nud must have a sot tlement If you havent the money to pay tip bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything a family can use to nd vantage and wo will make ar rangements for settling Our subscription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on the 1st dry of August next and till who mire in ar roars dropped therefrom Lmk at the date after your nnmo on tlu ttddrcsa of your paper and 01111i you stand If in arronrs cum in and settle at once for if jolllIIlI your name will be stricken frolll our mailing list on August I UJDii and should you fail to roc ivnTjii HKKATD after that date you will know tho nason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS I Farmers are coinplaiiiing of too much wet weather which retards plowing Store House For Rent I have a lirt class brick store house situated on one of the heat corners in Huzcl Green which I desire to rent JolinMRose hits cloned out anti quit the goodsi luiMnes which leaves n tine opening for a first class store Cull sad or ndd reM G II SWAXGO May ttit5 1ROC hazel Green Ky L Wm McKinley Agents wnntcd to sell the Life and Speech en of McKinley with Proceeding of the St Lonii Convention Ilntforin of Party and other valuable information 3i0 pages with 20 full page illustration Price 100 half morocco lf0 SIXTY IFn tKNT DlHCOtNT TO AHKVTH Send I0 cents for Prospectus and full particular and go to work at once You can sell 200 copier in your town Ad ilreni J S Ogllvle Publishing Company fti hose street New York 11I 4 DAILY HACK LINE o IIETWEEN 0Hazel Green and Torrent One Hnck leaves each place every morn- Ing Sundays excepted nt 8 oclock FARE 100 EACH WAY ynble In advance at my offices in lime pointsinIlHgnKc Merchandise and Express 50 cents per 100 pounds TWO LIVERY STABLES One nt Torrent and one nt Hazel Green both of which are supplied with good stock and rigs for tho accommodation of the traveling public e Y Special attention to the accommo pnrties terms Soliciting the patronage of the public I am respectfully e- J TAYLOR DAY d GREATEST rt SALEIIN THE HISTORY OF THE TRADE u p- II COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out j The s Largest and a Best a Stock g of 8 Clothing 81n Kentucky J REGARDLESS OF VALUE I REGARDLESS OF I COSTREGARDLESS OF PBICgj J i Wo do not cnre what prices competitors name wo will take pKcentSuitsofwo have the knifo to the core pat COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 750 YIIWhenI FlannelSuitssuitcolorOKklXS IS A O03aOS I Four at15Iand 1 worth 150 p and + Ji One Hundred pair Pants fino wool cassimore at 2 worth JJ5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices Jr r Cr Gilyt i 4tILll id i LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON flED PHRIS NY runu I VISII I BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS I IIIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGOn WE use the Host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prictt PatronHomeIbbIN TIlE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE specnltyllldvour PIiATSJ LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY j H F PIERATT Proprietor GIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special cnro taken of teams for Comm r cial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of tho publicre i epcctfully solicited H F PIERATT 1t l milllfQTTfjE BEAT BJ1 NESS TRAINING SCHOOL SOUTH h 919ftfrrh tltllvII1n lIll i tVIIDun or UDUATU HOLDING FINE FO k 1 9l NAoa 1 WAJttJllRlQGvEjPIHlUlJl If r 1 rkr 1 1 b 7 x + mot I 0 fHE HERALD I Hazel Green HearsaysHappsnings 0Joe ORcar of Mt Sterling was hero this week buying sheep pona Patrick of Salycrsvillc was a guest of the Day House this week Jesse M Oldfield of Grassy creek was a visitor at Tin HERALU office Tuesday Morgan French and wife nee Minnie Dispel i are visiting relatives and friends at this place Nerl Swctnani of llcynnldsvillc Bath county is visiting relatives and friends In this section Judge Amos Davis with licttman Bros Co was at the Day House Mon day and Tuesday Calvin Stamper of Grassy paid THK HERALD a pleasant call on Tuesday and renewed hid subscription Miss Lucy McGuire of St Helene la visiting her cousin Mrs Cora Andre see McGuire of this place Charley Keyser with C 1 Tracy Co Portsmouth Ohio was a guest of the Day House Monday night Dr Taulbco reports Miss Lillie Rose Johnnie Clear infant child of Realty Gamble and Mrs Crock Coldiron as very sick What you want when you are ailing is a medicine that will cure you Try Hoods Sarsapnrilln and be convinced of its merit Miss Vina Puckett of Upper Long Branch died last Friday std was buried Saturday She was KC sister in Iaw to Squire Amburn TUE HniiAiD office was graced with a pleasant visit from Calvin Stamper of Goodwins Chapel and his daughter Miss Mollie last Tuesday Miss Florence QuickKall has secured the Amyx school above Dnysbnro which has 85 scholars enrolled and will begin teaching on the 27th iiiHt John then of White Oak passed through hero Tuesday with a bunch of loS sheep for tho Mt Sterling market and about the best lot seen in this section for quite nwhileIOn account at place Tuesday there was quite a crowd in town andallI seemed satisfied with both the price of wool and the goods in which it was paid for Kev Hunter of Wivi Liberty and Dr Gcvcdon of Goodwins chapel will preach the funerals of Mrs S W Cecil wife of Uiiilo Sam Cecil and lush V Cecil Mm of Ed1 F Cecil at Goodwins chapel on tho third Sunday July ID in this mouth At the Union Sundayschool picnic held nt the Seminary grove Oil Stillwater peopleinthe ground to feed 2000 Several speakersbeingDill Chambers and others Good order prevailed throughout the entertainment Will Hampton of Jirenthilt county secured over 1000 pounds of wool at this place Tuesday for which he paid H2 cents per pound in goods jeans flannels i blankets etc Ho IH agent for W T Parham Sons Maryvillc Tenn toII whom tine wool is shipped In addition to the amount secured at this place he Cityin I county promisestoofjj interest The seventh annuall exhibit I will begin on Tuesday August 20 aUlIII J continue four days The Hazel Green fair it justly famous throughout Eastern Kentucky and none of its exhibitions has ever proved a failure or disappoint unusuallyliberalpurses among gest ever offered Nobody can aflord to miss the great Hazel Green fair GusMCKcntlc I weekwns tried in the Morgan circuit thejuryShorta punishment at lentil by hanging thojurwere Datives ef McICenzios wire and that Thejudgelf announcedthattestimony factsbecalla now jury and grant the termtCit is presumed ho did I Pi TuesdayTuofboystilteDiugyouth of six summers remark to his throughtheyears will whereuponhosome water from theydranknsWhoiays or dares to say that sin is not inborn Else why does a child take on sinful habits without a tutor RrInnJa guest I of the Day House yesterday and while at dinner made the remark There are only two things I cant eat for dinner Tho inquiry as to what that might be was promptly met by the replsupper nut breakfast but our informant is of tho opinion that had Mr F held on a little while he would have taken in supper at least- Japanese Oil is said to be the mos appllcationbeen able to compound Hundreds and savedRboth life and expense Sold at this office lit ltO cents n bottle Try it ns it is a household necessity nnd always a friend in need Politics is h1 undoubtedly but IIrmignedhforealso declare that its proceedings are lt11 alleging among other things that there is too much preference in the proceed ings Pour oil on the troubled waters gentlemen and try to quiet the storm Get your produce ready for the fair if you wish to capture n premium Donut wait until the exhibition closes and then say Had I known there would be nothing better thou that I would hayc won the premium Go in lemons if you do get squeezed is tho only way to win in a contest of this kind Wo call special attention to tho hog cholera remedy published elsewhere in our paper TnytcFr Johnson one of our nearby citizens and farmers tried it on a hog that had not eaten anything for two days and after uno dose the sick hog was the first to feed and has since been in perfect health Our agent at Lykinc Magofiin county Iis respectfully reminded that THE Brut AM must bo included in the wubserip tion to secure the advantiipc of cur nIdncod rates Any foreign paper will lx furnished at the list price hut wo cannot I make a cut only where Tin HIKAM is included The Methodists were out in force Tuesday to clean up their church pre paratory to a protracted meeting soon to commence under tho auspices of 15cv Karate Uockrell lire Johnson mid ethers John Gambill andI JJ M1 lFerguson of the Open fork of Paint in Morgan eotui ty were here Tuesday night sis guests ofI IJcatty Gambill They were en route tojj Campion where Mr Uambill is to examined for iligibility as a pensioner Three of the sons of Ack Lacy living on Lacy creek have been confined to their beds with fever for twenty or more days but under treatment of Dr Nickcll of this place arc now on the mend and iin n fair way to recover Among the guests at the Swango Springs Hotel wo notice Mrs IJM Hunter Mrs M G Asbury and Miss Hattie Devirc of Covington and Mr mad Mrs George Secrest of Cynthiana f Mrs Nannie Clark of this place bud the misfortune ono day this week to fall from the steps nt the rear of her home nnd severely bruise her right nrm but at this writing is getting long nicely Dr Nickell reports the birth of n boy to the wife of Bill McRoynolds on Grassy on Friday lust Dr Nickell says I he wus a bouncer and must have weighed 12 pounds or over i Next week will be given the first in btnllmcnt of IA Desperate Encounter and which oc n story founded on facts curred in Itrenthitt county It iis from i the pen of Slocum Tethro Davis in now chief engineer on one of the hacks between this place nnd Torrent to Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kllla All Pain Sold Everywlltere Every Day WIthout Rillaf There Ila N Pal L I Gaines Cole of Wut Llber y tvs in town MondAYCiiI E LdxEI ITC E t 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY LrRogular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from10 n m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m 13 Oysters Lamb Fries Fish SpecialtyCw X ol MUST BE PAID UP Vo have over Six HUNDKED DOL LARS duo us in subscriptions jo workand advertising Wo nee tho money trod must have a sot llomout If you havent the money to pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything a family can use to ad vantage and wo will make arrangements for settling Our sub i scription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on tho 1st day of Aug iust next and all who are in arrears dropped therefrom Look at tho lute after your name on theI address of your paper and see how you stand If in arrears come iin and settle at once for if you dont your name will bo stricken from our mailing list on August 1 1800 and should you fail to receive TilE HKKALD after that date you will i know tho reason why YOU ARE I IN ARREARS I WOLFE COUNTY Spradllnn Spangles Horn to the wife of John PhillipsI n girl Thins K Tutu sr went to Campton Monday on business H n Crawford is in llrcathitt county on business this week W li Brown preached at tho llcthol1 school house Sunday at 111 oclock prank Phillip of Grassy pissed thro hero Saturday en route from Cum pton whore ho hail been on business 1111111dllughtor I are visiting relatives lit this place this week 1111twill return homo till llira of next HCjFrallkj that ho will beat Bethel August 1 and wants to hold a camp mcclini in the I grove We will all 1 bo pleaded to have 111111II ntIo cluck Rev Abnor Trent conducting the meeting JInro and well bchavod audience was present and Gods power was greatly manifested Among those who attended froth this neighborhood were Misses Nnnnio t Clara Brown Iole k Pearl Fulk mad Jamesr Combs Joe Hrown trod Joe lMoundsholl June 21 PIIJAIIIA JANTJ Think It Over Have you over heard of n medicine with such a record of cures as Hoods Sirsaparilla 1 Dont you know that Hoods Sarsaparilla the One True BlooI Purifier has proved over and over again i that it has power to CUrl even after all intpurclbloodI with the utmost confidence that it will do you good Hoods Pills assist digestion 25 cents Blackberry harvest will bo over in a I few days Sheriffs Sale For Taxes 15y virtue of taxes duo the slate of Ken tucky mid Wolfe county for Ihs years 181H and I MM T or one nl my deputies will on MONDAY the 3d DAY OF AUGUST 18UO between tliu hours of 11 oclock a in nail 4 oclock p in nt the conrlluMinr door in the town of Campion Wolfe county K y it being county court ilny expose nt public sale to the liighrit and l rnt Milder for cnuli In i hand the following real iiitnle or no thereof na will he ncciniarjr to muchI i I fellciuIiiK tHX and aokU on name to wit adjollrhagon Ihn year 1891 tax and cost lfi37 U M Mctiulrc 117 ncres of land ndoln inc K T Drake DUtricl No3 for the year 1895 tax and cost 171 nllJolnIlIg1805 total tax and cost 001 rids flth day of Inly ls90- S 11 WILSON S W C By J K COCKKIUIAM D S OMBS HOUSE C CA TON KY J B HOLLON PnorniETon Thin pnfronnir of tIht Inreljntf ptihlir Ito re ieuilully noliuiied Pablo thIS brat and attention to the comfort ofgueiU J ib f rIE JTr A J Willsell you erflil JljJBli iraIIJVAJ0 fTtmtL UfrYJ l f yLarl FDAt tho following prices White Pearl Flour 220 per hundred Arbuckle Coffee 20 cents a pound Granulated Sugar 6 14 cts a pound All other goods in proportion Como and some mo I will make you happy and you will feel like lifo is worth living I will soil you ThiwiRespectfully H F PIERATT iiiiL iiiii AAiEtoxiiijil ana Iiopaxaioi y School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky 18901IS r I IIi TYIJOW1itinOIUltffiJ 3I LrJ IrJ 11II rA Jr I qH i IiHffM jr com JinciltI II IIWEiEtEIISEllaviiig I BUSINESSA- nd ask the patronage of the community I mnko and repair allI kinds of IlnrncM mypricesJOHN H PIERATT IDINGFELDER Ja JU ODiQsoQfforton GO Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 C9 and G41 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY FATLkSHtiUUOIiDII Io irvaimrni br erne ubararcordrtuutlnrrombtIPli Noiurvlm wrlnkii or natitilmwi rte lnrIelallPATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL conndcntlaltr For pintrtilar nddroM with DR SNYDER OrlK H n lllrM4irir l r TkMl XW iltampI J A L1tU7LIaEy He Ds Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY fiQrSurgory and obstetrics specialty A HOWARD STAMPER ATTOUNBVATLAW CAMPTON KY orWolfelbtHbeJ r 7r OST IN QUANTITY aESTIN QUALI WORMS WHITES ORE- AlVERMIFUCE hM FOR 20 YEARS Has lad all WORM Remedle EVERY MOTTLE GUARANTEED i DRt10UlaTI I THE ACCIDENTS OF lIFE Write to T 8 QUIMCBY Drawer ICO Chicago Deere tiiry of the STAR ACCIDEKI COMPANY for Information regarding Acddcnt lMur ance Mention this paper By co doing you can save membership fee lies wld ocrOOOCOOXllor accidental Icjurlti Be your own Ageat wo MKDICAL CSAMIKAT10N KHqPIUtn WantedXn Idea W5MtbS 0- 1Wnc r m tecr our rde w for rn x w D t+ ri =III w J r nfr Yl- Q q 4 r- w u 11 71 I 0 r A SONG OF LEONA F dJRkebtoeiomaare wcetreua4 her baatitl t fulfcet fl- ACn Leona LiaArid the bluest ot Bklon sly net blnoa Sec efeltLeona Leona Leonat was light moon at night f4neverand soft as her trMe no bright carl or a snowflake aa whlto Aa the beautiful hand of IAOnaj I herthe birds flinging hut never a bird Wnir an sweet Leona Leona Where In muslo In every enchanting sweet e j 1ThatJfaii from the 1rpII of Ieonsll- And never dawned day i Deeember or Mayi i I ut hir Ilpskiut1 the rloletarover IfIY 0 Wayltho lilies bent low and the wInd JAnd seemed to pray the steps of Leona Leonal O doves oer the wheat flolds and larks In the loam Sing sweet of Leona Ieona 1 Of the lights In tho beautiful wlnflows oi f homo That wore lit by tho hands of Ixtona Sing sweet of hor eyes i- Thnt hllvfmlrrorPd OOOItlOllr re And her mnllQMnat a morning of roay surprlie SID pwft all my hoart shall still sins till Ijoo eR Olc- sof LenaTonal ii Frank Ik Stanton In Atlanta Constitutions LOVE IS BLLND Feathery palm trees hanks of flowers oftlyhued fairy Inmpw anti htralns of everchanging mu lc nil then go toinake up enchantmentl So at least thought Itrd Iloila- ldleterre He had but just returned train n two ycarH sojourn In the heart of Africa a sojourn filled with dangers and prl rations his years numbered but live and twcnly he wits poshl ssed of a well krill aprlngy fraini und a keen des eye nod die hail come back from his travels with fame courage and civ durance but without a jwnny that he could call hla own What was nuxt to be done Thh was tho problem that filled nil hinsparr thoughts Ills elder brother Imd fitted hint out for lily expedition with the po lltclntlnmtlontliatthe net was n virtual washing offits hands of the stipirfluoiiH cadet Ills aunts hind kissedJ him s varmly at porting that he wai amazed to find them not at home when he returned to London his godfather had given him n twenty joundj note and uch n hearty farewell that It was h wllilerlng to lie out by him when they met once more In the club ntnoking room It really seimn nil It they wish 1 hud never come buck said thuyoung man to hlnifielf with a smile at the in credible idea hut as time paused on his smiles died away and he ground hiIii teeth savagely ax he realised1 that his filiations hnd thought it n good Invest ment to lily out JC100 rind an infinity of farewell In the hope of gottlng quit of a troublesome incuml ranee Thin thought was 1 hitter one and in his first fury he vowed to I leave his nubs shores by till next ship and never return to them again Hut upon the h at of his niiMMHin then fell a cooling breath min if from heaven lUelf and the lion WHU fctraightway eliangeil into a hUll I Lord Jtunald ilKstorre had been six ustouted Jtttf tnbdotrrltTJXft IUI Uellr jnoiital that at first he mvircHy dared to show Ihc attraction tout lay for him in Violet Harveys iipx allni gray eye and soft shining hair To I Im ainnf meat however he fAumi that olvslaelen melted axvay mlraeuloit y at his ip proach Violet herself was shy and re tiring it is true hilt her nether smiled wtxjtly ujMin him nail her father shook him warmly by the pound Wan over man HO IblcsMid before 1rue love does run smooth tine tlmoM utter alll he said to himself on this bright Juno evening an he walked homeward after n meeting with Mrs Harvey In tie park Shall you IMS at Lady ChcstcrfordV parly tonight slit hnd said Violet and 1 are going and we shall bo disap pointed it we do not we you Ills honest face hind glowed with de light na she spoke mind lie Kcenied to be trending on air an he walked away Even Aunt Maria lifts taken mo buck into favor again he thought she wax horribly cross when 1 first camo home but now she is sugared satin whenever I come near her 1 darn say it was all my fault though I know Want I waa sit illconditioned brute until Violet a cane to soften mol Cindy Marias flowered headdress wai the first object that met Lord Konnlds eyes when ho entered hit hostess crowded drawingrooms that evening Rrid nomewhnt to hla surprise It waa In cloea proximity to Mm Harveys friz sled gray head I should not have thought that Aunt Maria would have anything to do with ber ho reflected She always says she can detect the faint cat tincture of trade and ahe must know perfectly well that Mr Harvey mado his money in malt At this very moment however ho caught sight of Violet and forgetting all else Ito elbowed hja way eagerly through the crowd until ho reached her side It might have been only fancy but at any rate it wonted to him that her wel como wan a warmer ono than she had ever given him before and his heart e beat faster as he bent over her 1 Will you not come into the conservatory be soM pleadingly tllis so hot IETR ip 4 f1I + Ct She rose wldiout a word and they walkd nVftly together i IW yoadkriow that It la only Rfx saidIIseems as if I had known you nil my life He hind an Idea even an he spoke that he had seen the remark in almost every love story that ho had ever rend but he could not refrain front uttering it for it teemed KO exact an expression of his probablyheardlilt pundcd absolutely new and her long her check ns nriley f hanks of flower nod fern und the silence between them was too sweet to hel broken at once but Ilonald knew that their soil tude might be disturbed at any moment j i dreamheIIpcnkIspeaker cnmu plainly to their ears ill Is almost certain to cozen off to night I got him an invitation on pur pone Jionnld started it was Ijidy Marias volex hat he had not the remotest idea to what she was alluding In another moment however she received her answer and It was Violets turn to start for It cruse in her mothers accents We shall be only too grateful to you If it docs come ofT for her papa and I have iilwnyi set our hearts on her mar srying a lord The very minute that Violet tells mn ho has proposed the youdn step his cheek growing pale beneath its bronze his hands clonehod involuntarily and for a moment Violet expected to see him dash out upon the conspirators but their oiceH were already reer l rig in the dig lance and as Ho looked around he saw the anguish in her face Violet Violet he cried seizing her hand in his you know nothing of this I swear it with my dying breath Slit drew her hands nwaynnd turned to escape but he followed her I have not much to offer he wild hut all I have is at your feet She quickly looked up and a light of gratitude came lain her eyes How good you are she said Koiuild looked at her in Ixwilderment the words were not what he had ex cardI You do tint understand he said I want you to he my wife I do understand she answered gently and I honor you for risking me ii tier what hiss hapH ned but I will not take advantage of your generosity- It is not generosity cried Itonald it is sheer selfishness slut Violet showed no signs of yield Ing I will not leave you unless you tell me one thing Mild Honald If your heart is free I slain it hut if not I will never trouble you again Violet tell me do you love anyone She looked at him with n face tint grew pale under his gaze Yes she said I110 That is enough said Itonald hoarse Ily and dropping her hand 1m turned RIIIIIlit It lIs strange how ungrateful young I coplii urn remarked Lady Maria a few days later to the friends gathered around her ten table I had arranged n most suitable match for my nephew really done everything in my power to promote it nod yet lie actually came here the other day mind used the most terrible language said that I had sxiiled his life and all kinds of dreadful things road now he has gone off abroad nobody Iknows where I am sure 1 only hope that I shall never sec him ugnin lardy Marias wish seemed likely to be fulfilled for five long yearn came and went bringing no news of Itonald and though five years could not take tilt bloom from her check nor the gold from her hair they could and did add very materially to the infirmities her franc Hut when at lost lit did reap onr she wan willing to overlook the past in spite nf her resentment for Itonald had summit his way into n profit able foreign partnership and insteadI of fame he brought bade money sue of the best tilings I ever did for you sus getting you out of that en tanglement she exclaimed fervently when they met for Lady Maria cane of military stock and slit knew that one of the most successful maneuvers is to curry war Into your enemys tpiarters- Itonald shot n glance at her from under Isis dark eyebrows lint said noth ing and she continued gayiy Mr Harvey went bankrupt a year or two after you went away and they are quite in poor circumstances now That upstart girl wait upon the lodgers 1 believeYou dont hay KO remarked Ronald Where are they living In Worthing said Lady Maria deceived by Isis coolness Lady Hcnnlng ton was there last month and she told me that she saw Mrs Harvey on the pnrnde and that the woman actually lad the audacity to speak to her Can you believe It7- ItI dont know aald Ilonald slut 1 am going to Worthing this afternoon und I slush sco whether she will speak to mol Oh my dear boy cried Lady Maria In genuine distress Pray pray dont do anything foolish You have no idea how designing poor people are but here oho ceased for the sound of trite loudly clocipg door Informed her that lhe vna alone IUtit why lid you send me away said Ronald a few hours later M he and I Violet stood together under the stars and heard the woven beating upon theI l lIchIHecaiiHc I thought after what weI overheard you felt yourself hound to say what you did out of consideration for me So your pride came In the way my little one Dont you know that pride In one of the deadly wins However I cant preach to you now because I want to ask you another question If you really have loved me all along why did I you tell such a dreadful lie I A lie exclaimed Violet Yes a lie a regular big black one When I asked you if you hind loved anyone you said yes Now then confess j at once because Im not going to let j j you off He held her away from him HO thnt j I lit could look into her face and waited inexorably for her III1Kwr I saw that you would not listen to any other objection who said and I tthought that you xxere sacrificing your self mindMn Yes 1 know nil that he Interrupt ed hut you had no business to say I what you did Unless of course thero really waa someone Conic now tell meA flush mine over her face nod as she raised lice eyes he could see her tears shining in the starlight he fjnutped lice hands more firstly in Isis now and looked down at her from the height of his six feet She tried to speak but her quivering voice would not be controlled and with a great wave of love surging in his heart I he drexv her l lC to him Who minx It he whispered tike turned to hide her face upon his shoulder and breathed her ansxver into his ear bent doxxn to catch it You dear blind boy it was you HouseholdI Words HINDOO BARBERS Iltrforni IMiuiy Oaier Until llfulilit Shav lei nod lliilrfuttlni The barber tf India IH a nun of much ltn ortnnce He kris no whop and tines not solicit customers by signs or sym bols neither dos he xxorry hiss custom ers while shaving or cutting their heir with useless talk The Hindoo barber Is n man of few words His principle is a silent tongue and tttrict attention to biiflincft If the tourist in IIndlaobserves closelyI the stream of IIrKn on the streets he will now and then notice n titan of quiet lemetinor strolling silting near tin huanrs carry ing a small bag or a rolledup bundle under his arm apparently not very solicitous of the attention of the ipaascixhy This Iis the Hindoo barber He does not like hiIs Chinese compeer ring n bell or utter anycry Quietly he goes along mom Mite n philosopher than a shaver of men lint despite the fact that lie hiss no chap and lacks pomp he htlwcrholrIH- A distinguished position among hiIs countrymen The Hindoo barber visits certain aims dies regularly every morning early The servant announces lips presence MIX be come in with Ji wihiiiin anti n morning habit You sit doxxn com fort 111113 out till the veranda TIll bar her unrolls his little bundle displayingi two or three rnors a pair of Kciaorx u Minall Iron iiiMtrumiMit to cut the niiilii n piece of leather for stropping and n little boas cup shish he fills with cold water lint water is rarely used Ho carries no brush tome lathering time face III the country fowls he dx not even use soap liter stropping till razor h vets your face and commence his shay ing operations A fexv light 10Ilhof the razor hardly felt and the whole thing is done in less time than it takes to tell IL later shaving he rulw thin palm of his hand over your face ton or thrc minutes In this manner ho polishes your Snot to such a degree that xou mire surprise when you look in the gass in feet your own fats would make a fairly good Jtlllk IlIgJhU for some other person After cleaning your nails lie rolls up ids bundle and departs with a loxv mat liitini Not n xxord pmts been uttered by him during all this tlnr Tor his daily service he receives 70 cent u month A single shave is one cent nil thin charge for hair cutting iis from txvo to four cents The barber U also the village sur geon He performs bleeding cupping and sometimesI undertakesI surgical operations It is he who bores the girls curs and noses for putting in rings Where there url no professional match makers the barber nets w n gobetween In marriages No religious rite can bo IKrformed without the presence of the family barber At the birth of a child the barlwr carries the good news to the relatives of the family lit plays an important part at a wedding it Iwlng his duty to dress this groom On the occasion of a funeral the bnrlMr shaves the heads of the living and the dead Fo great Is his poxvcr mind influence in religious ceremonies that n Hindoo mourner IH not considered cleats until ho Is touched by n barker Though of a tray low caste yet the Hindoo bar bors position firings him at tines sec ond only to the highcaste Hmhmin Cincinnati Enquirer Lapdog beagles are the descendants of ordinary beagles reduced In size by careful breeding h rt NOT TO BE TRUSTED JlYcKlnlryi Conduct Should ne a Warning to the 1enplf- Mnj McKinley will not talk Hannas padlock continues to keep his mouth closed lint the major has been sending out clippings The clipping bureau Iis at work A friend in Hoston received a clipping from a Chicago pajHr ad dressed in McKinleys hand which rev ports McKinley tut saying in Thomas vllle Gn I would not run on n free silver platform It is a pity for the sake of the whole truth that the major did not nccom puny this clipping with another con taining an Intcrviexv with himself In which he repudiates the report of the Thomasville statement and churacter tIll report as absurd Now why 11711 McKlnlcy scatter absurd reports among iii friends silverjI curruryIiIheI nut a free silver measure It svgs the must absurd road unscientific currency measure that ever disgraced our country It brought distress and ruin upon thousands It bred a panic from which xve hove rot yet recovered because the business world remembers the Sherman Jaw ulI1 fears a recurrence of the statesmanship that gave it to us Not since the eraed French revolutionists Itsued paper money secured by IhtlIlI users ted estates has such a foolish dan gerous scheme been tried as the Sher man silver purchase Jaxv Moth were sadtnstly deplorable experiments McKinley waa the advocate and the defender of the Sherman silver pur I little Is no I1111 Courier husc lacy lit has never wild one word U discourage the notion that hi still believes in doing something the name hind for sliver Kven if he Mhoiildl dc eare himself against free silver he would slllllbe far far away from a gold standard timid a sound currency ays tern Kven a declination for the gold standard would be insufllcicnt for it would bear no promise of a reform of our disordered currency lays which coniH lH the tnltcd States treasury to perform the functions of a bank without the bunks resources The treasury must keep up an endless chain of rev demption for which it must continu molly borrow gold Not only is It necessary for a sound money candidate tj be distinctly op posed to free sliver coinage toil em phatically in favor of the gold stand ard but he rust lit absolutely free from dangerous tendencies interest either as an industrial or as a political factor IJesides he should hive the to cor rect the disorders which now mullet our currency system- Is William McKinley such n nuui7 Can any pledge or platform he pro claimed that will inspire this business world wilh confidence that William Me Kinley is a sound money man or that he is fit to lie trusted in the present emergency which is Indeed great Can William 11rl Can any one surmise what McKinley might do ITtlcn Observer The dissolution of the linn of Quay Platt Clnrkson has been an nounced It now looks as If n new partnership may be established under the firm name of IIanna Quay Phila delphia Bulletin If there wju a twothirds rule on the republican side Hlalne would not have been nominated In 188 McKinley has no two thirds in sight And liialnc was defeated at the ImllHjAlbany Argus I SILENCE OF MKINL Conduct Unbecoming a Maa If Mr McXinley hen fI true trlnrJi friend should H to hintt1il ittelljtrifleYoutn1noneassurance fnedprpcoinageon the assurance of sporainAolrhtandlfIIe1 be cheated If otJrlelthllltiollttsgyandjm yotmcomeshforiupp ors will leave been cheated Taicollietjhavenuy arc will not practically Ixj perinltW IUnhlllllsliver 1cltnd IL sound money system rind thus toPft vent the restoration of confidence tij pnnltt1tcIhlHnaat xou make the act your own Thuntif caw is a very simple one A many truth and honor in your position wH easily understand that true Kclfrehpect does not forbid him honestly to ipok out but does forbid him to obtctn Dp therepublieu11derfalsepretrlees hardly be told that obtaining thingi amoll1Inl IA UK Whose girl 1 ou1JIljilJ IswindstIii- silver statesmanship i I iulryismtrustsvl7 ITHE tandrequiresy I This candid thump nuly15 rhnpaa i roll Jr lclllIlJoIIIIhlItilllllothefa that the prospect of the elrrtion1o1- rr5ldrncy of a man whose attitude one of systematic deceit and thus Pt1 longs the uncertainty clouding theft tan of our money system Isceeneoe actually injuring the credit of tlsecoai try abroad depressing our KecuriUeli all markets and discouraging buslm i nlerprise at home HarpersI Week NOTES AND COMMENTS With MeKinieyln the field it i vain to talk of n straight tsiineimiki The shadoxv of McKinley ism obsesf everything II4It Louis Itcpublfc Hy maintaining a pcruM silence MrI Quay proves himself n I1t vert to one conspicuous leiiuiitoftk McKinley policy Vuishirrtor Stu McKinley stands on IIiV finac record declares the 1I V would be a physical impossibility rit lumps he is slut tohopalwmt UII hits fltU trop rl IIIrrJO Y Journal McKinley is till sorts of 31TJJ lie has told the freecoinage men he is for free coinage thl ohllItnnd men that he Is for the gold stnnd the sound money men that ersound money and everybody ett that he Is for everything elseAU Constitution i Perhapsi If Mr McKinley IspoP Lively unable to make up ids mind to say on the subject of the cuntW he would prefer to change the suoF to the trusts Does he think tliel ought to be enforced against thus J- tgl1rdles4 or their pnMMlble contrlbud- to his enntpaig fundN Y World Maj McKinleyH silence on money question la being Interpret II sign that he is a silver man bye republicans while the west sea that it means a loyalty to the standard faction Mark Hannnjl Is not yet nominated IInllt mays covered that a man may talk toOjj Denver 1mP8i4 F- i w wiri T 7 tLQD ilii F 0 Y iF eN ra r r lAt MaRaFV4YW w5 tv IfttJYI tHEi FARMING WORLD 1t poit POULTRY RAISERS jUtfMnt snagewtlona Copied from jtttIe as EnjlUI FHriner Jouriml Alwayatnref ully look over your flock a dot and If you sec any birds lnoonce or tlroppin4 their wings reU10O ry them then and there ns one ill nlnl may affect all the rest AhfI13aJccPHOrnl Jl pwin salts und- teet ollbyyou uyou nnnyWant them at any moment Aliray give just enough food at onetime tltat it will all ho eaten up none sbould bo left lying round Mpolhleivcongreat chnngo a variety ofdiets to get the chickens onthe way Always give your birds a little hemp Ktd and cooked meat when moulting Always keep the floors of the houses and coops well covered with sand or ashes Always rake the droppings off every Bornlng Cleanliness Is a great pre tentlve of KlckniKs Always keep a Hhnrp lookout for vcr mia and eradicate them as quickly ns possibleAlways do little odd jobs that want dofng at once 1rocraMlnntlon Is the thief of time and often a nail here or iUck there will save on hours work Always buy your toot in as large quantity OK possible aw you will then eperally be able to get It at a cheaper ate Always keep u strict account of all on buy or sell Uy treating your hobby n A thoroughly business way you will erlre greater pleasure by seeing ex fly how much profit you have earned Always IMJ particular when writing a Jewrlption of what you have to sell to nintendhig purchaser this of ten savor i lot of unpleasantness Always remember that prompt ness D replying to letters IH the way to sc ure cuatoiuers Always bear in mind that by con inually advertising1 you hiring your time before the public and thernby ulld up a substantial biiNlncsH AN EXCELLENT IDEA oppart for Stvrct Im Ulilrli IroiliKiix Excellent Itratlts Abeuof Mvcctpcn about a tree trunk an be trained satisfactorily in the inn n tr MJffgtKtcd in tin accompanying filtration A stout hit of cord Is tied bout tin trunk faire three feet front tie ground and from equal spaces about strings are earrieii out and down to i I f s t r 1 z t it 11 I I I I w gromndwhere they are secured by ga driven Into the ground these pegs nnlng perfect circle about the tree ben tit plantst have secured a hold wn the titritiffK and have come to lihw plellliiugdattracUn Water Crs H for Trolll ffater crosses can he nude to pay if thrightilitksI a be covered from one to six Inches P with cool gent lyflovvfllgI water swill hI tee uodillleiilty In producing greenifJ hIndeedfPnntfy meadow with a elav subsoil e good location for a crop To Mart d nil that IH Enquired iIK to Ktielc e Slips or cuttings into tine mud or d withItttilllatrtnulingaweso caxily grown t It Is a wonder it IK nut found snore qnently ou farmcrH preinlM It is rtly of more attention In wmie t1 a piece of ground that IIIIH some t might be terraced rand arranged growing water crcsseH in beds one CrulIItonehor11higi I hollltli mmmlnuilsttisu for the horns as a int of defense youngtoday usethehurmnThetheartd IIeltuItI Ittmore titan it dues a perto hart 8 urntimeoperatloussimilar timetunltvmmsdonclean firstxn11uNorton in Farm1 leT1e en you Bt n good brooBOW 1l1 litIIr theorchard thorough cultivationtag the growthii 7 BARNYARD SCRAPER r- Hew U Wake DIlateGroundFor whendlrtdigIntoservice- able M K t i adyfarmercut tour feet long and 12 to 10 incite I fromthiniI pivots Bas to1escraper is vertical or nearly so Thn J object is t1IrllJlC the top merely steal of thrusting Into the ground nInII scraper is contrived to do A lever I tonguejfUlIl bedunuledupright j I IIIllSII handles un urius C C J f board A humus u thickness of only one inch It will be necessary to strengthen it with cross battens as shown by Vetted lints Hut it the whole tiling should he made as light i aHjKiKsible consistent with the requisite strengtmG W Waters in St Louis i Journal of Agriculture ABOUT STREAKY WTTERii UniMiiul tMHtrllMiiliil of Salt In Ilk Mint lrciuinl lnar The most frequent canxcof Mrcaky or Mottled Littler is an nnrquiil dlslnhuI lion of the wilt Vhere shallow setting IIK used if the milk Mauds too long a tune in a dry atmixphere before 111111I n11ngsonic of till cream may become NO thick a ml hard tltit it nevor becomes thoroughly mixed with the rest and IsI Imperfectly churned This may eause streaks IJncqiiil ripimiugof thucrcam I iiiny ponnilly cauw streaks HIIIlloMtI i j the cream in the cream Jar IIK very cold and thick Tin housewife sets the jar in very told nut her unite the stove to have it warm up Slit in busy and does nut keep it properly Ktirred One side I of the cream get L warm mind ripened 1111 till rest hues Smut Till result is possibly butter Such have j streaky things hap pad Now the remedy for 1111 these troubles is to baythe cream all ripened alike with no thick hard ehunks of cream in it Then churn at as low u tt mperat ure as can be done without talc i III too time Then the butter StolltheI IUlglr1thullbuttermilk and wash the mutter while in this granular state Mix in fine e fled salt evenly through till whole Let it stand at a temperature of 50 to 05 degrees for four to six hours or long enough for the salt to dissolve Then work and pack it The salting must he done while till huller humus plenty of moisture In it then till suit will steadily dissolve Work a little when tilt salt is first put in Jf thin are any streaks outsell by the salt changing the color of the butter thyviii disappear in the second rldllgl P Joodrlch in 1ralrie Farmer I ABOUT COLD STORAGE Why Every Fast Should lluvu u Siiiiil- lIliiut of UN Own The cold storage business Is taking on immense proportions Its develop meat in the principal cities of the coun try has been nothing less tthus phe nomenal of late years And now cold storage warehouses url being erected at country shipping points In wimo cases theyare put up by the farmer themselves who organize cooperative stock companies and conduct the busi ness on the same general principle that is applied so successfully in cooperative creameries Most of these cold storage plant in math city and country use chemical refrigeration or other arid ficial meaiw of creating and maintain lug n low temperature We understand that recent progress In this line makes It Ipossible to build and equip a cold storage plant at comparatively rea sonablc coat Of course where the ice crop Is assured no expensive refrigerat ing machinery is required and In such localities cold storage can be provided in connection with a neighborhood ice- house The fact that cold storage in coming Into such extensive use III the cities is the best possible evidence that it uenerally pays to thus hold perishable products iinHI theycnu be marketed tot Xowlf ths is such a he best advantage good thing for marlctmen coil storage MIII be equally useful to farmers espe dullyus theytan utilize its advantages method Almost any lv till cooperative fruit retarding house farmer can haven built on n side hill which does net 1- 1quirl Ice and a suitiI cold storage room should be o feature of every arm or home IcehouseOraug Judd 1amwr considered the largest dowI IAll things I Is the moat profitable i y kA GLOOMY JOURNEY THAT LASTED TWO YEARS A jTurn In the Lane at Lat Dr1aK Health nuil Oladnes An Inter 1 eitlnc Nurratlvc with a 4 Ilappjr Ending From the Gatdfe UaldwinnvlUt N Y Tho Gazette recently called attention in thesoeolurnns to the ruse of Herbert Spen cer of this village and Ills release from Rut fering after long bondage Interested In all things pertaining to thin betterment of the moral and physical welfare of our commu ally wo had no sooner given to the readers of this paper one article for their perusal and thought when wo sought Information drugI lage had been greatly benefited by the use of that widelyknown and highlyregarded medicinal preparation known as Dr Wil liams Ilnk Pills for Palo People To fully tot forth the facts concerning the case at Warner wo drove to that village one pleas a9t July evening Mr Williams was not nt- hl8 pleasant little home In the suburbs of iho village on our arrival but wo found him Just entering the store of George Burr in the center of the town near the N Y C tracks Mr Williams is a tall pleasant looking innn six feet and onehalf Inch in height with u taco which at once Impresses hOllcstyInho had ever used Dr Williams Pink Pills pubblush Mr Williams said i myfriendswillclyndertilled Is an escape from the evils of some disease nt least and that thieve Is reliability and virtue in one of the many advertised rctno dies now before the People Wo stepped over to a showcase near by where we could write with case and Mr Williams continued 1 have resided in Warner and vicinity for twentyone years Aui fortysix years of age anti by occupation a carpenter and general utility man finding employment nearly If not quite all of the time In Jan nary IbJl I was attacked with n severe nervous trouble which greatly weakened mound continued to grow gradually worse with pains everywhere sometimes in my fingers again in my toes but mostly In the heart region For IL year and a half 1 was amiable to do a full lots work For over three your 1 tried the skill of the physicians and grew worse under their cure Also tried somo wellknown proprietary medi clues and while pcdiaps relieved fora limo et the nervous tv lulling continued and for two years I kIt that there was no help for me One day I read in n newspa per u testimonial from a man whose case seamed to resemble mint and he claimed to have been cured by a medicine advertised under tho same of Dr Williams Ilnk Pills fur Palo Pestle Heforo I forget it 1 de sire to say that there was no shaky trouble III my huudsouly aquivorlngof thoinusclufi sometimes snowing in my face I resolved to try theso pills and first purchased a box at tho drug sl rc of Oardner ti Davis In Bald vlnsvllle 1 felt HO much better at alien that I continued their use until 1 hull taken eighteen boxes when I felt entirely well again and luvo nova r had a return of the dlsonse excepting after u period of severe hard labor when I fret u hit of the old nervous twitching but no pain and when these couio on which IH very seldom I take UllfohtIwith palpitation of thin heart mid used two Heitribute my cure to something skin to the miraculous Mr Williams was moro than willing to maku ulllilavit of the truth of hits statements and wo drove to tho residence of Justice of tho Peace Charles T Fowler where the fol lowing acknowledgment was recorded FRANK H WIIIIAMB Hworn to and sntiscribed before me this 2ith day of July isttClIAIIIKST KOWLR- HJttiHce of the Ieate- Dr Williams Pink 1llls contain In a con dcnsed form all tin elements necessary to give new life and richness to tho blood and restore shattered nerves They are nn tin falling ape tic for suchl diseases as loco motor ataxia partial paralysis Ht VItus dunce sciatica nouralgiarboumnllsin nerv ous headache the after effect of la grippe palpitation of tho heart pale and sallow complexions all forms of weakness either in malo or female 1ink Pills are sold by sill dealers or will bo sent post paid on net eipt of price M cents a box or six boxes for I2rp0 by addressing Dr Williams Medicine Company Schcnectudy N y iiiimunJlnKlo Is n poet isnt 1111 Bcrawlor No hes a commercial moan He gets paid for his poetry Philadelphia Hecord 8100 Itcwurd 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to euro In all Its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only poslllvo euro known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood rand mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying tho foundation of tho disease and giving the patient strength by building lIthoconltttution and assisting mttaro In doing its work The proprietors huvo so much faith in its cura tive powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro Bend for list of testimonials Address F J CIICSKV d COI Toledo O Hold by Druggists 75c halts Family Illls are tho best IIJ AM reduced to KrcutcxtrcmUlcsapaln thin funny man as ha tossed oft another Joke or two involving tho Chicago girl Chicago Tribune Three fur n Dollar Three what Three charmingly executed posters in colors drawn by W W Dens low Ethel Heed and flay Brown will be scutfrco of postage to any address on roe ceipt of Ono Dollar All who are afflicted with tho poster craze will immediately embrace this rare opportunity an but a limited number of tho posters will bo is sued Time scarcity of a good thing en lances Its value Address Oco U HnAr roan General Passenger Agent of tho Chicago Milwaukee et Nt Paul Hallway Old Colony Building Chicago 111 LBT your literary compositions bo kept from the public eye for muo years at least Borneo Dnorsr Is n dread disease but It has lost IU terrors to those who know that II II Green Sons tho Dropsy Specialist of Atlanta Georgia treat It with such great success Write ahem for pamphlet givIng full Information A Slaking read OT vital energy Is atlly and pleasantly re plcnlshuble uostoUera Stomach Bitters U an Invlgorant without a peer and will speedily Infuse fresh stamina Into nn en feebled physique Besides this it averts and remedies malaria and subdues bilious kidney dyspeptic and rheumatic ailments The nervous derive great benefit from its use THAT historynbest give is the enthusiasm which it raises lu our hearts Goethe Then hit of pUpuii satisfaction and health ffup 6ottkfMR Rootbeer Make home rtbllhtpMa Ntauueo dliverehaPE- NERACAbENTS ileaplhluaplseeion- sheryineforerpliddeTrmenatempiomesa CbJUlte xOPVOBOALeOCIaclnosUO 1toPLUGBATTLE AX is the most tobacco of the best quality for the least money Large quantities reduce the cost of jf manufacture the result going to the con sumer in the shape ofa larger piece forIiless money than was ever before possible 1 r i aii Ma i JMS 41t no IlliNOIS t4 yHmn 4ts jf110 u F n Q r in r it at iUd ml ty Th Chutti R BIIw c1t1 peet + iitia l oC a lifttime 4 HH MiiH ittin ir r They dont 0 O agreeJft I 1 your washboard One tries jto keep your moneythe other wastes it Youdj better consult your pocket = book do your washing with Pearline and put tn the washboard out of the house Theres room or place f 1 for it with Pearline noupnor for any of its wearingoutttot tiresome rubbing Youll be doing your pocketbook good turn and help toward making it fatter and sleeker if youll do all your washing and cleaningwith Pearline wo CENTRAL In Connection the- Baltlmoro Ie OhioSouthwestern Southwesternand Chesapeake Ohio Southwestern Railroads has- Inaugurated a NEW ROUTE I 1FROMl TO MEMPHISiNEW ORLEANS t DOUBLE DAILY SERVICETHROUGH 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lure shot for this dread disease When you become disgusted with the so called specifis iSTget a box of WHITE HALLS RHEUMATIC CURE and find ready relief CO cents a box Herberts Pulmonic Cough RemedyARD Blood Root Expectorant This is the best cough remedy on the market and an invaluable medicine fo colds asthma etc 60 cents n bottle 0The Wonderful Japanese Oil A wonderful remedy for the curo 0 all external diseases of man and beast W cents a bottles 0 Dr Swans II Celebrated Liver Kidnev Cure An indispensable household remedy for nil diseases arising from n disordered condition of tho liver stomach and bow ols kidney difllcultics mid blood derange ments CO cents a bottle I 0 Dr Swans Cascara Pills A specific for biliousness headache dispopsia indigestion and other kindred ailments 35 pills 2f cents 0 National Specific For Malaria- A iii for Quinine Cures nil forms of malaria intermittent fever neuralgia etcj etc 25 pills 25 cents y niZ y JIi3y niiitJj ItMS 0f Interest Frank Kash left last week for Win cheater Work Is the watch word in this state Everybody works and consequently times are not so hard Harry Perkins Barn Hill and Will Kash are all near Bushton and working at t18 per month Dave James says ho pons his word and honor ho is going back to Hazel Green this T inter sure ho is Berry Ficrntt la looking about fcr a job Ho thinks ho will tackle broom corn harvest in August Jim Hill who camo from Maytown bad a hard time at first He is now with Jesse Swango and doing well You dont load your team out here you load your wagon A team is supposed to pull all you can pile on A great many Kentuckians want to take in the fair this fall und feast on at old time glass of cider and u ginger cakeNewton Swango sold a thousand bush els of corn last week at 22 cents Oats aro nearly sure to be at 10 cents All kind of grain is plentiful and cheap Chas Wilson a nephew of Sally Ogden was seat to the house of reform at last term of court He shot a boy for going with his sweetheart Kentucky style eh I fineeland in cultivation The product of his farm will equal that of ton ordinary mountain farms Rents arc usually high ranging from 4 to 7 per acre At Bushton last Saturday night at an icu creum supper three fourths of the crowd were from Kentucky und nearly all from Wolfe county Fortyseven by tho name of James answered the roll at Sunday school at that place Free silver has the day in Illinois Gold bugs are as scarce hero as fiddlers arc thick in hades Every farmer in tho country has a horse named Silver Dick Now lets see what tho silver simpletons and rampant gold bugsdo at Chicago Ill bet they bust up in a row Edgar and Coles counties arc both very prosperous The land is worth from GO to 90 per acre The new court house at Paris cost 135000 and the Christian church 35000 At Charles ton tho Methodists and Christians hayo just finished stone churches costing 25000 and 22000 respectively It is n great country but a peer man will have u hard time to get n good hold onto anything of value If Henry Pierutt hind the chance hero that ho has in the mountains ho would soon make a hun dred thousand Hut with all this the people hero are grumbling and hunting new locations So go north somo west and ninny south The world is about the same nil over If you over have anything you will have to work for it and Herosrhoping tho mountains may get their part All Tile People Should keep themselves healthyand especial caro should be given to this matter at this time Health depends upon pure rich blood for when the blood iis impure and impoverished diseases tofresult The one truo blood purifier is Hoods Sarsaparilla By its power to purify and vitalize the blood it has proved itself to bo the safeguard of healthand the record of remarkable cures effected proves that it has wonderful power over discato It actually and permanently cures when nil other preparations fail to do any good whatever Wo havo over SIX IuanuEnDor Ins duo us on subscription job work and advertising Wo need tho money and must have a sot tlomont If you Iwvont tho money to pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything a family can uso to advantage and wo will make ar rangements for settling Our sub scription list will ho thoroughly overhauled on tho 1st day of Aug ust next nod nIl who are in ar rears dropped therefrom Look at tho into after your name on tho nddross of your paper and see how you stand If in arrears como in and settle at once for if you dont your name will bo stricken from our mailing list on August 1 1800 nod should you fail to ro uoivo TIlE HEHALD after that late you will know the reason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS f A Great Okuioi te Make Meiey I want to tell you of my wonderful success Being a poor girl and needing money badly I tried the Dish Washer business and have cleared 200 every month It is more money than I over had before and I cant help telling you about it for I believe any person can do- as well as I have if they only try Dish- Washers I sell on sight every lady wants one The Mound City Dish Washer Coll St Louis Mo will give you all necca vary instructions so you can begin work at once The Dish Washer does splendid I work you can wash and dry the dishes in two or three minutes without putting I your bauds in the water at all Try this business and let us know how you succeed ELIZABETH C Robert Hardwick n prominent mer chant of Stnnton Powell county was shot and killed at that place Friday evening last by Asa Pettit who fired two shots the first taking effect in the left hand and the other in the brain A bitter enmity had existed between tho two men for a long time and Fridays tragedy was the result of this feeling I We clip thofollowing from the Owings ville Outlook Mr Higataff is well known in this section having been located in Hazel Green for several mouths about four years ago We extend our heartfelt sympathies to Brother lien knowing Il full well what a sad disappointment it was for him to forego his intended trip Evangelist Ben B BigstafT now of Tal lega Leo county was in town mixing among his many friends last week lIe tells a hard luck story on himself He I says lie had been saving up money since Christmas to attend tho great confederate reunion at Richmond Vu this week and had twentyfive dollars snugly tucked away in u book in his vest pocket He bung his vest up in his room and went out to attend to something When he returned his book and money was gone and ho had to give up tho intended trip All persons holding claims against the estate of Joseph D Graham decd will please file same duly authenticated with mo at once IJO GRAHAM July 9 1866 t4 Administrator THE NEW YORK WORLD THRICEAWEEK EDITION 18 Pages a Week 156 Papers a Year Is larger than any weekly or semiweekly importantletnoeratioI York City Three times UI lame all the lending Republican weekly of New York City It will be of especial advantags to you during the IltKSlUKNTiAI CAMTAHJN execJlt8ullllayliness of u daily 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