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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJT r5SI u n i i t Vp ls f jf HE HERALDTM l t k March 4 1885 Mado Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell V pENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of a NelsjrWorlil With New From All Nntlons LuniVrinf nt HU Back SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance 3 1TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 10 1890 NUMBER 10 asy to Take h asy to Operate features peculiar to Hoods Tills Small In e tasteless efficient thorough As one man P oodsd You never know you Is I Seroprletors Lowell Mass rtonly pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparlll xlngton and Eastern Railway fine Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND JIj I No6 ATIOXS I IXIII Daily ex I I Sunday Ington10 00 iun 0 50 pin i 35 pm on I Il131 am C LM pm 3 53 JlII- Inelleslcr G 03 2 25IIU 10 am pin pm rlie 8 54 tun 3 47 pin 2 00 pm ian 37 nm 5 31 pin 110 jnii y City ldSIS 10 am 5 12 pin 11 40 am nton 10 am fl 021111 IIO am on I 7 55 Hill 4 41 pin 10 48 am adeei 7 43 am 4 32 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WATCH is guarantoed same as our 00 WATCHES to run well and fcoep good tim- ePRICED 250is i reptedi solid nickel silver case stem stoat sot quick train duplex peinout 1limp your ordors or call and soo us when you como to Lexington ed J Heintz anUfacturing Jeweler A LexingtonIUEnstn1 n year in advance Y k FIERY ELOQUENCE SPEECH OF WILLIAM J BRYAN OF NEBRASKA DefenseThe most remarkable demonstration at the Cliicngoconvention on Wednesday was ushered in when Congressman Wil liam J Bryan of Nebraska took the platform The ovation which he re ceived lasted nearly 10 minutes and when it subsided Mr Bryan began a speech that set the convention wild and will go down in history as one of the most brilliant political orations ever delivered in a convention He said MK CHAWMAX ANm GKSTIBMKV OK Tin COXVEXTIOX I would be presump nguinttheyou have listened if this were but it measure of ability but this is not a con test among persons The humblest citi in all the armorinthe hosts of error they can bring I come liSholyhumanity Loud Applause When this debate is concluded mo tion will be made to lay on time table the resolution offered in commendation of the administration and also time resolu tion in condemnation of the administra tutu I shall object to bringing this question to a level of persons The in ividual iis but an atom i ho is born ho acts ho dies but principles are eternal principleNever try has there been witnessed such a con test as that through which we have passed Never before in the history of Amer ican politics has a great issue been fought out us this issue has been by the voters themselves On tho 1th of March 18Jj a few Democrats most of them members of congress iissued an address to the Democrats of the nation asserting that parmnountissueright of allowing the JJomocrutic party to control tho position of the people on this issue concluding with tho request that all believers in free coinage of silver in tho Democratic party should take charge of and control the policy of the Democratic party Tlirco mouths leer at Memphis an organization was perfect ed and the silver Democrats went forth Imldly and courageously lire- chtiiiilug their belief and declaring that if successful they would crystalizo in a platform the declaration which they hint made and then began the conflict with a Zeal approaching tho zeal which ins spired the crusaders who followed Peter tho Hermit Our silver Democrats went forth from victory unto victory until they are assembled now riot to discuss not to debate but to enter up time judgment rendered by them to the people of this country Applause In this contest brother has been arrayed ngaint brother and father against son Tho warmest tics of love a and ac quaintance and association have been disregarded Old leaders have been cast aside when they refused to give expression to the sentiments of those whom they would lead and new leaders have sprung up to give direction to this cause of truth Cheers Thus tins the con test been waged and we have assembled hero under as binding and solemn in structions as were ever fastened upon the representatives of a people We do not come as individuals Why as individu als we might have been glad to compli mont the gentleman from New York Hull but we knew that the people for whom we speak would never be willing to put him in a position where lie could thwart the will of the Democratic party Cheers I say it was a question of principles And it iis not with gladness my friends that tyeftndourselves brought- into conflict with those who are now ar rayed on the other side Ibo gentleman who just preceded me Governor Ihls ell spoke of tho old state of Massachusetts Let me assure him that not ono person in all this convention entertains the least hostility to the people of Massachusetts hut we stand here representing people who are the equal before time law of the largest citizens in the state of Massachu setts Applause When you como before us and tell us that we shall disturb your business interests we reply that you have disturbed our business interests by your course great applause and cheering have made it too limited in its application that time business man who is employed for wages is as mucha business mnn as his employer Contin toed cheers Tho attorney in a country town is as much a business man as the lawyer in tho great metropolis The merchant at time crossroads is an much a business man as the merchant of New York Tho farmer who goes forth in the morning mil toils all day begins in the spring and toils all summer nod by the application of brain and musclo to the natural resources of tho country cre ates wealth is ns much n business man Sj 4 as tho man who goes upon tho board of grainTheworec1lleredgallcrieswnvinhandkerchiefsagain and again feetintoeli0 mind brim forth from their hiding places tho precious metals to be pouredI into the channels of trado are as much business men as the few financial mag nates who in a backroom coruer tho money of the world Wo come to speak for this broader class of business Oh my friends we say not one word against those who livo upon the Atlantic coast hut those hard pioneers who braved all dangers of the wilderness who have made tho desert to blossom as the rose those pioneers away out there rearing their children to Na tures heart where they can mingle their voices with the voices of tho birds outl there where they have erectdIIchool houses for tho education of their young and churches where they praise their Creator and cemeteries where steep tho ashes of their dead arc as deserving off the consideration of this party as people in the country Great applause petitionshaeI and our entreaties have been disregarded mill they have stocked and our calamity came Wo beg no longer i we entreat no more i we petition no more Wo defy them lGreat applause The gentleman from Wisconsin hits IyfrilllIlsI fear no tyrant who will spring up fromi among tho people What wo need U ani Andrew lacksoil to stand as Andrew Jackson stood against tho encroachment I of aggrandizing wealth Great ap plume j They tell us tint this platform i was made to catch votes Wo reply to them that changing conditions make new issues That the principles uponi whichrest Democracy are lasting nutL they must bo applied to new conditions as they arise Conditions have ariseni and wo are attempting to meet these conditions They tell us that the income tax ought not to he brought in here that it iis a new idea They criticise us for our criticisms of tin Supremo court ofr tho United States My friends wo have not criticised Wo have simply called1 attention to what you know If youi opiniuni criticisms Applause They say we passedam unconstitutional Ilaw 1 deny it TIll income tax was not unconstitu tional when it was published It was nut unconstitutional when it went before time Supremo court for the first time It Iliil not become unconstitutional untilI ono judge changed his mind and we cannot bo expected to know when a judge will change his mind Applause and a I Hit Vm again The iincome tax iis a just law It imply intends to put the burden of government justly upon the backs of the people I am in favor of an income tax Applause When I hind a man who is not willing to pay his share for tho which protects him I find a man who is unworthy to enjoy the blessings of a government like ours Applause He says that we arc opposing the national1 bank currency It is true If you will1 read what Thomas Benton said you will1 find that he salt in history that ho could find but ono parallel to Andrew Jackson and that was Cicero who destroyed conspiracy of Catalino and saved Home He did for Homo what Jackson did1 when he destroyed the bank conspiracy f and saved America Applause say in our platform that wo believe the right to coin money and issue money iis a function of government We believe it We believe it is a part of sovereign ty and can no memo be delegated private individuals than wo could nllordl to delegate to private individuals time power to make penal statutes or levy laws for taxation Applause MrI Jefferson who was onco regardedmm good Democratic authority teems to have a diilurcnt opinion from tho gentlemen who have addressed us on tho part o the minority Thoso who are opposed to the proposition tell us that the issue of paper money iis a function of tho bank and that the government ought to go out of tho banking business 1 stand with Jefferson rather than them and tell them as hcdid that tho issue of money is u function of tho guy ernment and that the banks ought to go out of tho government buine g They complain about the plank which declares against the lifo tenure in ofllco They have to make it mean what it does not meats What we oppose in that plank iill the life tenure that iis being built up at Washington which excludes from party representation in tho benefits the humb her members of our society I cannot dwell longer in my limited time Cries of Go on i go on Let me call atteni tion to two or three great things Tho gentleman from New York says that ho will proposo an amendment providing that this change in our law shall not affect contracts already made Let mo remind him that there is no intention of affecting these contracts I At F1 74 which according to tho present laws are made payable in gold tint if ho meansI to say thut wo cannot change our mono tars system without protecting thoseI who have loaned money before tho change was made I want to ask him where in law or in morals ho can find- nuthorlty for not protecting the debtor when tho act of 1871 was passed but now insist that wo must protect the creditor Ho says he also wants to amend this law and provide that iif we roil to maintain a parity within n year that we will then replythatwe believe will bo successful we are not compelled to raise a doubt as to our own sincerity by trying to show what wo will applyJto himself He sajs that ho wants this country to trv to secure nn international agreement Why doesnt he toll us what ho is going to do if they fail to secure an international agreement There is moro reason for him to do that than for us to fail to maintain the purity They have tried for 30 years to secure an interim tionttl agreement and they are still wait ing for it most impatiently nod dont laughterygreat paramount issue If they ask us why it is that we say more on time money question than we say on the tariff ques tion I reply that if protection has slain its thousands time gold standard has slain its tens of thousands If they ask us thingsinreply to them that when wo hills restored tho money of tho constitution all other necessary reforms will be possible and until that is done thero is no reform that 1VhyIa change in tho country Three months ago when it was confidently ertcII that those who believed in time gold stan dard would frame our platform and nominate our candidate even time advo cites of the gold standard did not think theyhadcause there is scarcely a state hero today asking for time gold standard that is not within the absolute control of tho lie publican party Loud cheering lint changer was nominated at St Louis upon a platform that declared for the maintenance of tho gold standard until it should ho changed into linnet allism by an international agreement Mr McKinley was the most popular man among time Republican party and everybody three months ago in the JJo publiciin party prophesied his election How is it today why that man who NupoIconI ho thinks of tho battle of Waterloo Not only that but as he listens ho can hear with over increasing distinctness the sound of time waves as they beat upon the lonely shores of St Helena nmytrieticlsJ who will look at tho matter It is no private character however pure personalI protdignant people time man who will neither declare Unit he is in favor of foisting the gold Htandard upon the people or who is willing to surrender the right ofr self government and place legislative control in tho handsof foreign potentates and power f Cheers We go forth WhyBthis campaign there is not a spot of ground upon which tho enemy willI dare to challenge battle Why if they tell thingt1 that their platform pledges the party to get rid of it gold standard and substitute bimetallism L Applause If the goldI getlplauscJ II tho gold standard and I might call your attention to the fact that sonic of tho very people who are in this convention today and who tell you that we ought to declare in favor of therebyfand tint tho principle of bimetallism is better these very peoplo four months agoi worn open and avowed advocates of the gold standard and tolling us that wo togetherliplnuso and rhnrr I want to suggest this truth that if the gold standard is a good thfugthe ought to declare in favor of UK retention nod not in favor of j abandoning it anti if tho gold standard1 is a bad thing why should wo wait until some other nations are willing to help us let go Applause Hero is tho line of battle Wo rare not upon which issue prepnredtoI i both If they toll us that tho gold standard is the Btaudnrd of civilization wo reply to them that this tho most enlightened of all nations of the earth pas never declared for n gold standard flap both the parties this year nro des claring against it Applause If the gold standard is the standard of civiliza tfon why my friends should wo not have it 1 ISo if they como to meet us on- A =OJ r y that wo can present tho history of our I nation More than that wo can tell them this that they will search the pages iastaacoin a kayo over declared themselves in favor of a gold standard Applause They can tied where the holders of mixed in vestments have Mr Carlisle said in 1878 that this was a struggle between the idle holders of idle capital and tho struggling masses who produce the wealth and pay tho taxes of tho country and my friends it is simply a question that we shall decide upon which side shall tho Democratic party fight upon tho side of the idle holders of idle capital or upon the side of tho struggling masses That is the question that tho party must nnswer first and then it must bo any swered by each individual hereafter The sympathies of time Democratic party as described by tho platform are on tho side of tho struggling masses who have over been time foundation of time Demo cratic party Applause Thero aro legislate that their prosperity will leak through on those below Tho Democratic Ideaff lies been that if you legislate to niako the masses prosperous their prosperity will find its way up and through every ApplauseYougreat cities nro in favor of tho gold stnndnrd I tell you that the great cilles prairiesHurtfarms and your cities will spring up again as if by magic Hut destroy our farms and the grass will grow in tho streets of every city in this country l Loud applause My friends wo chull legllSIII without waiting for tho aid or consent ApplauseAndevery single state in the union Applause I shall not slander time fair state Massachusetts nor the state of New York by saying that when its citi Zeus are confronted with the proposition Is this nation able to attend to its own business I will not slander either ono by wiving that thoIHlIplo of those states will declare impotency as a nation to attend to our own business It is tho issue of 1770 over again Our ancestors with three millions had tho courage to declare their political inde pendence of every other nation upon earth Shall we their descendents when wo havo grown to 70000000 dos clare that wo are Ics independent than our forefathers 1 No my friends it will peoploIhercforotho battle is fought If thoy say bimet allism is good but we cannot lawn it until some nation helps us1o reply that instead of havingagoid standard because hKnghind hay we shall restore bimetal IIII agtAphaseand in en defend the gold stand ard as a gong timing w e shrill fight them to the uttermost naying behind us tho tho producing masses of this nation mad tho world laving behind us Limo commercial interests and tho labor interests and al tho toiling masses wo shall anyii steer their demands for a gold Htandard pressdownof thorns You shall not crucify man kind upon a cross Great applause PAY UP Wo have over Six IIUNUUxD Dor LAHS duo us on subscriptions jjob J work and advertising Wo hood tho monoy and must have a sot tlomont If you havont tho monoy to pity up bring us pants chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything a family can use to ncl vantage and wo will mako iir rangomonts for settling Our sub scription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on tho Jst day of Aug ust next an1all who are in ar rears dropped therefrom Look at tho dato aftoryour namo on tho address of your paper and see how you stand If in arrears como in and settle at onco for if you dont i your ammo will bo stricken from our mailing liston August 1 1800 and should you fail to rocoivo TirM HEKALD after that dato you will know tho reason why YOU AREaJIN ARREARS I IiJi All persona holding claims ngrtinst the 1ifestate of Joseph D Graham dccd wlll please tile same duly authenticated witli n- me nt once IL 0 GniiWM i vr r July 918CCt t4p Adminklnitdr J r t mrI4 T ii c tit4 oJ J ti7 Zji d1Rr i dj y Y- t 1 l a 4 y1 Y A ii ie 1111 r t tw t7 a r TAE HER LD j SPENCER COOPER Publisher MAZE GREEN I t RY JENNYS COMING HOME TODAY Guess you knew It by my fnccBy tho roscH round the place t Hy the birds In blossoms sweet fly tho violets at my feet Jly the whispers o1 tho May Jennys coming home today Jennys coming home 0 birds Match your music with her wordsl Winds from windows o tho west Toss hor bright curls to my breast IJluo skies bung above her way Jennys coming home today Wish tho weary Unto would go Faster than a rivers low Every hours my enemy Till her lovely face I reelI Only this I sing or say Jennys coming homo today Jennys coming home It seems Like n song Ive hoard In dreams 5 f Like a faint far soothing note From nn UIIHOCII thrushs throat All the plpex o morning play Jennys coming homo today Jennys coming home I Her eyes Miiko tho sunlight In lifes skies Wealth I woo not fnimi may lieu When hor dear arms necklace tie Sweetest music o Iho May Jennys coming homo today Frank L Btamon In Atlanta Constitu tlonfIE 1OOJl OLD MAN N elderly Jteen shab bily attired was sees waIkingt- hrough II J I one of the fashionable street OlllluIII and had evidently seen hard service The truVOle1 r t walked slowly along exaiuinliif care fully as lie passed the names on the different door plates He finally paused 11 before a dwelling1 I of showy exterior which If we may credit the testimony of the plate upon the door wius occu pied by Alexander Itoauinont Alexander Ileaumontt I Yes thats the name murmured the traveler to himself ius he ascended the steps lead long the doorbell Ills summons was answered by a foot t man who after a moments scrutinyI I 1 Mill roughly Well what do you want II Is Mr Hcaumoiit att 1 home asked the old man without heeding the inten tional rudeness r t1Nohe Is not I Then perhaps I eon ee his wifeV I think It Is very doubtful but 1 will I go suit see The servant withdrew without ask ing the old man to enter although the toy was Verycolt and his clothing seemed to be hardly siinielent to protect i him front its inclemency ilr Ileaumont was redlining on n- hofal in a room handsomely furnished The last new magalne was in her hand and her eyes were listlessly glancing over Its pages She was In terrupted in her reading by the en trance of the servant Well what now she Inquired Theres a man downstairs who I wants to see you maam Mull I A gentleman you mean Xo maam said Charles stoutly l it isnt a gentleman at all for he lists got on an old gray tout and he hits not rug gloves on You didnt show him into the parlor did you The 1111111 shook his head You did right and you had better tell him that I am not at home Mrs Hcauniout is nut nt home saida Charles reappearing at tilt door IiIsuppose that means site is en I said the old man 1 thlnu 11Cllgelli i I AIllS YOU MRS IJKAUMONT the will see me when skis learns who lore Tell her I am her husbands unec and my name is Henry Hcaumont The man servant returned and de i livered the message Gum heavens snit the mistress It isnt that old fellow who strolled oil years ago nobody knows where I did hope he never would come buck ngain And now 1 suppose lie is as poor its a rut and wants help Welt he won t get it 1ILI can help It but I suppose 1 imiHtSGi him- SJiocleacendeil the stairs and received the old nuts at tho door l Are you Mrs Ikmnnout be In t lrnd to V 1c5 ljm the wife of Mr Beaumont mull suppose fromyour language you ure Ills Uncle Henry Ah me have been gone so ninny yearn sisal it does me good to return to my kindred The ill innnH features worked con vulsively us thoughts of the IpnHt ennui over his mind Mrn Hcaumont toad holding the door as if waiting for him to depart She did not give him any in vitation to enter Is your husband well inquired the visitor looking in as If he expected an invitation to enter and refresh himself He IK If you have any message for him you may leave it with me ind 1 will deliver ItIInld Mrs Hcaumont You may tell him I hue called situ the visitor in a disappointed tone cued that 1 would have liked to have seen him 1 will tell him said the lady as site was ahtmt to close the door Hold There is ono question more What hits hecome of Alexanders sister Anna I dont know much shout her was the rather disdainful reply but I think she married a clerk or some such person ills name is lowe and he lives in Norton street Is that all That Iis all The old man turned his steps toward tilt street indicated with many fort hoel ings lest Isis second visitI might lw as unwelcome as the first Charles snit Mrs Hcaumont as she elutes the door if that old ran comes ngain be sure and not forget is tell him I am not at home Norton street wns not a fashionable street slur was the twostory dwelling occupied by William fowe either handsome or easily It was marked however by an air of neatness which indi crated that Its tenants were not regardless of outward appearance We will take the liberty of lilt 111 lie hug the render to a lithe sittingroomI where Mrs1 Lowe and her three children were seated The furniture though of a kind that would hardly be selected fur a Iran lhg ronni laid a comfortable homelikeI appearancel which amplyI sat ivlled tint desire of those who derived their happiness from a higher and less miitabli force than outside sling Mrs Lowe was engaged in nu employment Ilhleh is tabooed ill sill fashionable cittJslat ix darning stockings Immi a girl of tea was brushing the hearth which the ashes from the grate In which a blaing Iilevas now burning tat somewhat disordered while Mary who wits two years young er was leading Charley a little rogue of five who had a smiling face which could not help looking roguish was sirokintf tilt rat the wrong way much to the disturbance of poor tabby who had quietly settled herself down to pleasant dreams on the hearthrug All at once a loud kroek was heard at the JonI Kmma said the mother you may go to the door and see who it is and Invite the person in fur it is a cold day Kmma Immediately obeyed her moth er directions f IIs Mrs lowe at home inquired Henry Ileaumont t for it was he Yes sir said ICininii please walk I in not you naysee her slit ushered the old man into the com fortable lit 11IgIOOIll where MrsI Lowe rose to receive him I believe he said Im not mistaken In thinking that your name before mar riageI was Anna Ileaumont You are right thai was my name tad have you no recollection of an uncle that wandered away trout home and friends and from whom no tidingsI have come for many II long year IYes sir I remember him well my Inclc 11111111111 I have many times wished I could hear something yeast him Can you give me any Informa tine IIIIIIfOl I am he You my uncle said Mrs Lowe in surprise Then Indeed you are wel come Kimna bring your uncle this armchair suit place it close to the ire nil tin1 ry bring your fathers slippers for I am sure your dear uncle must long to get olT those heavy hoots And now utibfc when you are quite rested I must IIcIIIIIIIIIII1I1I1of your adventures Hut your brother Alexander in terrupted Mr lieauniont ILet me first inquire aboutI him He lives in town now dos lit not A light cloud came over Mrs Lowes face Yes she said lad lots live in town yet strange as it may appear I seldom or never see him lit hens succeeded well curd Is wealthy Hut ever since he mar ried a wife with a small property and greater pride he lists kept aloof from us I do nut blame him as much as his wife who is said to have great influence over him I have called once but she treated me so coldly that I have not felt a disposition to renew slayvisit I can easily InMieve it for T too have heel repulses Yon repulsed Did you give your name anti inform her of your relation her husband V toII I dill hilt she lid not Invite me toII enter and slue was evidently Impudent for me to be gotH I tools the hint and here I am- At least uncle said Mrs Lowe smiling you need not he afraid of any repulse here- Of that I am quite sure Said the old man looking affectionately into the face of his niece lint you have not told me of your husband Let ule know c you have made n good match he added playfullyThat depends on what IB meant by the term If it implies a rich husband then I failed nuvtt certainly for Wil liams salary is only 1000 stud that is till we have to depend upon lint for nil that I care not fora kind affectionate husband is worth far more than a mag nificent house and the most costly fur niture You are right said her uncut There must be something which your limited means will not permit you to ob tain but which would be desirable is there not Yes said Mrs Lowe I am anxious to give Kmma timid Vary n musicalI education but Williams means will not allow of such extravagance as the purchase of a piano so that is one of the things we must be content to deny oUt solves MrI Lowe then entered and being In formed of the character of his visitor he extended to him a hearty welcome A comfortable repast wax soon spread of which Mr Hcauniont readily partook His spirits rose and he seemed 1 TOO HAVK HKKN HKlULSKD to Igrow younger as he saw till cheerful faces around him and felt himself al Ihome Soon after till evening meal he rose to depart Surely you art tint going said hh niece you must henceforth take ur your abode with us- We will see about that and iif yor dont think you will get tiredof nu perhaps 1 will come lint 1 have hirec a lodging Had undoubtedly trust re main In it fora few days Hut you will roll In every day and mike yourself perfectly at IRunic ever before you come to stay persisted Isis stele oil sure of tthat In accordance with his promise MrI Heaumont made his ippcarancc next day at III oclock and was received ni cordially as before lie had hardly bee In the house a few minutes when a raj was lilted at the dour Mrs Lowe beheld two men who had just driven up h a wagon Where Iis the piano to he put maam1 they inquired Its all right said a loud voice behind her- She turned around III amaementI Von know continuedI the uncle that I have rams to live with you nut 1 thought I would pay my board in ad vunee that is mill As you expressed i wish yesterday for a piano I though Iit would be as acceptable way as nay You unclcV hIXlIse me but thought trout from You menu sub he smiling thin you thought from my appearance tha I could not alTord it Ant I confess said hi easting a glance at himself it till glass that my dress Is not in tin extreme of fashion and in fact 1 Will obliged to look souse time when 1 called at this secondhand clothing shot the other day before I could land these However as I have gut all tin service wished out of them I shush throw then aside tomorrow and appear more re spectabh clad WhatI are you wealthy micleV Depend IIJMIII It Anna 1 didnt spent ten years in the Kant ladles for noth Intlvas the reply 1 had the mined however to put on the appearance 01 a poor man and so test tIll affect ion any disinterestedness of my relations Om of them however I fount not at home 1 am happy to llnd myself at home will till other Let us return to the aristocratic Mrs Heaumout who a few days succeeding the event here recordedI wits In hei I drawing room receiving culls Hy the way still a fashionable visitor I am to have your relatives IIa Lowes for my nextdoor neighbors Nextdoor neighbors exclaimed Mrs Heaiimont in amacmcnt What do you nrana IIs it possible1 Ithat you have not heart of theirgood fortune Mrs Lowei uncle has just returned from the taxi Indies with an Immense fortune lit hits taken a house in till same streetI with ours mid when they have mutt Into it he will take up his residence will them Meanwhile he is stopping at tin Clarendon lintel What Henry Ill II II 1111111 tThe Very tube Hut I thought yoi knew it- When the visitor withdrew Ill Heati mont ordered her carriage and imme diately drove to the hotel where lies husbands uncle was stopping Slit sent up her card and requested an stud ence The servant soon returned with nn other card on which were traced the significant words Not at home Door County Advocate t LOOPHOLES OF THE LAW low M Southern Murderer Karujiod tin Penalty of IIU Crime It in possible to commit u willful mar tier confess the crime and yet avoid the penalty prescribed by statute The law which la Intended to punish crime car he made to shield the criminal Mur tier when dona in the right mnnnet and the right place need not lead to the gallows nor to a long imprisonment lust it requires considerable legalI talent to secure the protection of th law in such cases and legal talent IHC x jcnsive so that it terms probable that murderers will continue to rely on cots cealing their crimes or In pleading self defense or insanity Some time ago a Titan named Hall who lived in North Carolina near the Tennessee boundary lane had a dispute with n ueJghbor who lived Tennessee The dispute was settled by the us of firearms as many disputes have been settled before lather Hall wax quicker on the draw the other man was un armed or he wiu given no warning At any rate Hall killed the Tennesseean timid was indicted soul brought to trial The evidence Allowed thattilt till time of the shooting Hall stood on North Carolina soil while Ills victim only a few yards awny was In the state of Tennessee Hall was indicted and tried in n North Carolina court Ills attorney established the fact that a state line Will crossed by the bullet in its deadly Iight and then made his defense The defense offered was that the crime Will not committed in North Carolina but in Tennessee It waj argued that Iin the contemplation of the law tli victim was shot in Tennessee In other words it Will claimed that n man aunot lie murdered where he is tint amid as the victim of Halls shooting was nut in North Carolina at the time of the murder the murder could not have been committed In North Carolina but was committed in Toincssce The trial court convicted Hall and he was sentenced to be hanged An ap peal to the higher court reversed the de cision sod hull was declared innocent so fill as North Carolina was eoncerno1 When discharged lie was iimmediately arrested on complaint nt t lie Tennessee authorities win demanded extraditionI papers Extradition papers can only h be secured for a fugitivei I from justice and the allegation was made that Hall was such a fugitive and that he was wanted in Tennessee for the crime of murder AH soon as hull wits taken Kato Mis tody the second time an application wits made for his release on a writ of habeas corpus The plea was male that as Hall was not in Tennessee when the murder was commit ted he could not 1c a fugitive from that slate In other words It was contended that a titans1t nut rim away from a place in which he huts never been This matter was also carried to MIC supreme court where a decision was secured which released Hall In this decision three judges con curred two dissenting Neither North Carolina nor Tennessee lets taken any steps to prevent a repili tlon of such an occurrence as related above It Is doubtful if any other stnti bus laws under which n crime commit ted under t lit same circumstances could lx punished and it might be difllcult to pass a state law which lawyers could not destroy A Iliiled States law would of course be effective At present the new who lives near a stateI line hiss advantages when he wants to commit murder All lit lists to do is to costs his victim close to tilt boundary line place thatI imaginary line of cl 11111 rJiII I lOll between them and fire away If his aim is good be will accomplish his purpose and n clevc hrwyer will feenre his rchllrglforI- L consideration of cotirseN Y World FIGURING THE PROFIT Knew When lln lluil ii ConcI Thing unit Slow to Hold On to It He rubbed his hands together glee fully Well Im n winneron thatjast deal he said iiHid returned the broker I told you that you ought to sell andI yoi didnt seem to believe me at the time When did you let itgo I 1 didnt let It go replied the nnut teur siMeulator I have it yet Have it yet I cried tilt broker in as tonishment Why great mackerel its only iitit now 1 know it returned the speculator complacentlyI And when I told you to sell it was 11C flints right Then I cant see how you make your self nuts winner Thats because you dont know me un well as I know myself Ive got till stock now havent I Yet And its worth 50 1 Yes Well then Im just that much ahead I tell you I was tempted to sell when it was 115 but 1 was able to resist the temptation Hut if you had sold think what yov would have howlI Not n cent returned the speculator promptly il would have started out tn celebrate said it would have gone in I hours I would be broke now Oh t know when Im a winner Washing ton Post Chauucey Depew rarely eatB at the public dinners he attends He merely toys with the food and his chief beverage is mineral water Ho thus guards against dispcpsia shlKToIhet line ot Um Chicago ItPaul1 ttreqtercetill t rimes raiiLinpr from f7 to US icr S valuedoubled i iJI For u Itntno or for investment I beforubafered 10tergr nnlThtiSchoollllllillellrb markets for nil pHoutltI RlocknllIlIDlofnail tbowhichfortuneForor lmmlgryrAgentKO 11U a CONTTEANT1710 twas a very ignorant man and ilrcwtL himself lLwelln that event otter you smull encouragement D Tribune Three for n Dollurt elehyosersI I Ion Ethel Recd and Hay Drown nffll sent free of postage to any address UK cclpt of Ono Dollar AH who taom with the poster craze will 1mm ilttIlutttcdsued The scarcity of a good thtofi Imnccfl Its value Address Ono 11 fc roan General Passenger Agent of UMC UI111VlJIColon Tnnr say the jewelers are downtil cycles Yes It has got so that tlei who rides a wheel doesnt catO whetbe Ghlcageorda An Important IMfTorcncN tholJsnnlJthinkflIcted with any disease but tint that simply needs cleansing jis to iringromli costiveconiGIsofManufacturedfigSCOll1llallA KriiKi did you really steal that euii tautotheso perfect Chicago Itcconl Romp WiiHiit Built In u hay Neither ors the obstinate maladies tol removal of which till grcit corrective tsltcrs Stomach Hitters Is adapted cnrt In an hour To persist in tho use of tl standard remedy is no moro than just I iousncss constipation malaria rbcta tism kidney complaints and ncrvoiHnent among the complaints winch Itcradlcata- CiifKi I Icnnw that ago Is telling i me1 said Miss Screleaf YesdclrtI you neednt mind so very much lib telling the whole truth Sketch A SAMOXV skin1 acquires a hcaltbrda tress by the use of Cleans Kulphurooi Hills lair surd Whisker Dye W rents IT Is said wo pay the most for fftit given usJ Hcaumont OnlyThink thnta long train of diseases edit Impure lilfirxl Then keep the blo- odpurtHood Sarsaparilla The Ono True Illood Purldter All droaj Hoods PillsI nTc always reliable Sw DRESSMAKE FIND THE- ORIGINAL DESIO PUBLISHED In ThisCow L Art de h- And nil the ms liable InformiU tho quclitlon or V Order of yoat dealer or send tS ttWnlTHEII 1rr 11 0u OR 0 UGHTON StroejjOft ism IhIJIroelkl frattiie If an tllrr- oto a namatlJ1erfect amodt rack and tined tfrntrr rmsracinrltuua ImlomU nd Mountain Dnirtawithelectcty All meals anted 5- aThroulhntoricVirginia andthebstl5rtttda earaurIce C t14nllonfrom Jrlntlla l etlle T a BId ft 4 aiLItrNtighifllEllE mKItf ilE r E K Theres MONEYI No builncM nnyn na well on nmooj 1fDRLLINCtlTLFEIs 111AVMn iIFy1tRA LOOMIS NYMAN TIFFIN 7k7Kh uudrtild OPIUM re4JFiliitrxutt ma APIA mr n rse ate HAWE YOU TRIED YUOA1 e i Si F i FALLING STARff One of tho First MagnltudeThat Beams for Evil or Good It Trmdea In the Dnirn or Twinkles a tlfoiC- liwe 8omo Aro Called Wormwood Dr Tulninc Study In Attronouijr Al Applied to Every Iay Ilft Dr Talmogo chose for his text Sun day Kcv viii 1011 There fell a great star from Heaven burning as it were u lamp and it fell upon the third part of the rivers und upon the fountains ofjj waters and tho name of the star called Wormwood I nntlltowthand Albert Barnes agree in su that the star Wormwood mentionedlnUII nevelatlon was Attila Icing of tho Runs He was so enlled1ttNtlIS0 ho was brilliant as n stun and like worm wood ho embittered everything he touched Wo hUt studied till Star of Hethlehcm and the Morning Star of the Revelation and tho Star of Peace but my present subject culls us to gaze at time star Wormwood nod my there might be called Brilliant hitter ness A more extraordinary character his tory duos not furnish than this mint thus referred to Attila the Icing of the hurls One day a wounded heifer came limping along through the fields and the herdsman followed its bloody trade on the grass to see where the heifer was wounded and went on back fur ther and further until he came to a sword fast in the earth the point down ward as though it had dropped from the heavens and against tho edge of this sword tho heifer had been cut The herdsman pulled up that sword and presented it to Attila Attila said that sword must have dropped from the heavens from the grasp of the god Mars and Its being given to him meant that Attila should conquer and govern tho whole earth Other mighty men have been delighted at being called liberators or the merciful or the good but Attila called himself and de manded that others cull him tile scourge of God At the head of 700000 troops mounted on Cappadoclan horses ho swept everything from tho Adriatic to the pluck Bca He put his Iron hl don Macedonia and Greece and Thrace lie made Milan and Pavla and Padua and Verona beg for mercy which ho be stowed not Tho Byzantine castles to meet his ruinous levy put up at auc tion massive silver tables toil vases of solid gold A city captured by him the inhabitants were brought out and put into three classes the first class those who could bear arms who must immediately enlist under Attila or be butchered tho second class tho beau tiful women who were nude captives to the thins the third class tho aged men and women who were robbed of everything and let go back to the City to pay a heavy tax It was a common saying that the grass never grew ngnin where tho hoof of Attilas horse had trod Ills armies i reddened the waters of the Seine and Moselle and the Rhine with carnage anti fought on the Catalonian plains the fiercest battle since the world stood 300000 dead left on the Held On andon until till those who could not oppose him with arms lay prostrate on their faces in prayer and a cloud of dust seen in the distance a bishop cried 1I1t is time aid of God and all tho people took up the cry It IIs the aid of God As thu cloud of dust was blown aside tho banners of reenforcing armies marched In to help against Attila tho SCOnrgc of God fire most unimportant Occurrences he used as u supernatural source mid after three months of eilurc to capture the city of Aquilela and his army had given up the siege the flight of n stork and her young from the tower of the city was taken cnpturuUlelame occurrence resumed tho selgo and took the walls at a point from which tho stork had emerged So brilliant was tho conqueror in attire that his enemies could not look at him but shaded their eyes or turned their headsSlain mnrrlugobybisthe assassination his followers be Walled him not with tears but with blood cutting themselves with knives and lance Ho was put into turns cof fins the first of iron the second of sil wer and the third of gold Ho was burled by night and into his grave were poured tune most valuable coin and precious stones amounting to tho wealth of a kingdom The grave dig tiltburialnever be known where so much wealth WM entombed The Roman conquered the Roman empire Ho wits hutinstcllliofj ofhishimtostar Wormwood As regions ho devastated were parts most opulent with fountains curd streams and rivers you see how graphic is this reference in Revelation Ihere fell a great star from Heaven burning as It- were a lamp and it fell upon tho third part of the rivers and upon tho faun tafosof waters and the name of the WormwoodUnve many4inbitteredusmisanthropicT S European plant from which worn t wood Is extracted artemisla abstaIthium is a perennial plant and year round it is ready to exude Us oil I And in many human lives there IsII perennial distillation of acrid experi ences Yen there are some whoso j whole work is to shed n baleful iullu once on others There are Attllas of the homo or Attilas of the social circle or Attllas of the church or Attilus ofI the state nUll otle third of tho Winters of all the world trnot twothirds tho I waters are poisoned by tho falling ofI the star Wormwood It is not compll mostjpowerbCCelllepower men have the better if their power hoI used for good The less power men have the better if they use it for evil IBirds circle round and round and i before they swoop upon that r which tllt mydiscourseround and round this moment it drops i straight on your heart and asks tho question Is your life a benediction to others or an embitterment a bless lug or a cure a balsam or worm wood1 Sortie of you I know are morning duvvningliftgrlldous011phllllnthropll peiaUon which will yet flood nil the tI mountains and valleys of our slu cursed earth Hall morning star Keep on shining with encouragement and Chris tiara hope Some of you are evening stars and you are cheering the last days of old people and though a cloud sometimes conies over you through the querulous ness or unreasonableness of your old father anti mother it is only for a mo spent and the star soon comes out clear again maul is seen from nil the balconies of the neighborhood The old people will forgive your occasional shortcomings for they themselves several times lost their patience when you were young and slapped you when you did not deserve It Hall evening star Hang on the darkening sky your diamond coronet But are any of you the star Worm wood Do you scoldl and growl from the thrones paternal or maternal Art your children everlastingly pecked at Are you always crying Hush t to the merry voices and swift feet and their laughter which occasionally trickles through at wrong times and is suppressed by them until they smut hold It no longer and all thin brrrlers burst into unlimited guffaw and cachinna thou as in high weather the water has trickled through a slight opening in the milldam but afterward makes wider and wilder breach until It cur rica all before it with irresisti ble freshet Do nut bo too much offended at the noise your children now make It will be still enough when one of them is dead Then you would give your right hand to hear one shout from their silent voices or one step from the still foot You will not 11113of you have to wait very long before your house Is stiller than you want It Anus that there are so many homes not known to tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children wh re children are put on time limits and whacked and cuffed and carpulled and senselessly called to order and an swered sharp and suppressed until itls a wonder that under such process they 110 not nil turn out AIotloci 111111 Nairn Sahibs Whnt is your influence upon the neighborhood the town or the city of your residence I will suppose that ym are a star of wit What kind of rays do you shoot forth Do you use that splendid faculty to irradiate tho world or to rankle it I bless all the apos tolic colleges of humorists Time man that makes me laugh In my benefactor I do not thank anybody to make me cry I can do that without any assist ance We all cry enough and have enough to cry about God bless all skil ful punsters all repartceists all pro pounders of ingenious conundrums all those who mirthfully surprise us with unusual juxtaposition of words Thomas Hood and Charles Lamb and Sidney Smith had a divine mission and so have their successors In these tines They stir into the acid beverage of life the saccharine They mako time cup of earthly existence which is sometimes stale effervesce and bubble They placate animosities They foster longevity They slay follies and ah surdltles which all tho sermons of all the pulpits can not reach They have for examples Elijah who made fun of the Baalltcs when they called down fire and It did not come suggesting that their heathen god had gone hunting or was off on a journey or was asleep and nothing but vocifer ation could wake him saying Cry aloud for he is a god either he Is tak lug or pursuing or peradventure he tilucpclh and must bo awaked They have an example In Christ who with healthful sarcasm showed up tho ly ing hypocritical Pharisees by suggest- Ing that such perfect people like themselves needed no improvements saying The whole need not a physician but they that are sick lint what use are you making of your wit Is it besmirched with profanity and uncleanness Do you employ It In amusements at physical defects for which the victims are not responsible of mimicry iscd toAre your powers put religion Jn contempt Is Ic u bunch of ncttlcsomo invective Is It a bolt of unjust scors fIsIt iun at others miss s+s fortune Is it glee at their dlsappoifltlr putdropsqueezing of Artemisia Absinthium Into a draught already distastefully pun gent Then you are the star worm wood Yours is tho fun of a rattle nnake trying how well it cnn sting It is the fun of a hawk trying how quickly it can strike out tho eju of a dove But I will change this and supposu you arc a star of Worldly Prosperity Then you have largo opportunity You can encourage that artist by buying his pictures You can improve thou fields the stables tho highway by introducing higher style of fowl curd horse stud cow and sheep You can bless the world with pomolog leal achievements in tho orchards You cats advance arboriculture and arrest this deathful leono ulasm of the American forests You can put a plea of sculpture Into the niche of that public academy You can endow a college You can stocking thousand bare feet from tho winter trust You can build a church You can put a missionary of Christ on that foreign shore You can help ransom a world A rich man with his heart right can you toll how much good a James Lenox or a George Peabody or a Peter Cooper or a William K Dodge did while living or Is doing now that he is dual There is not a city town or neighborhood that huts nut glorious specimens of consecrated wealth But suppose you grind the face of the poor Suppose when a mans wages are due you mako him wait fur then because hu cnn not help himself Suppose that because his family Is sick and he hits had extra expenses he should politely ask you to raise his wages for thus year tend you roughly toll him If hu wants u hitter place to go curd get it Suppose by your manner you net as though ho were nothing cued you were everything Suppose you are hellish and overbear lug and arrogant Your first name ought to be Attila and your last name Attila because you art the star Worm wood and you have embittered one third If not thlcethId of the waters that roll past your employes and oper atives and dependents and associates and the long lino of carriages which the undertaker orders for your occa sion in order to make the occasion re spectable will be filled with twice as many dry tearless eyes us there are persons occupying them There is an erroneous idea abroad that there are only a few geniuses There are millions of them that Is mon and women who have especial adaptation and quickness for some one thing It may be great it may bu small The circle may be like the cir cumference of the earth or no larger than a thimble There are thousands of geniuses and in soma ono thing you are a star What kind of a star are you You will be In this world but a few minutes As compared with eternity the stayof the longest life on earth is not more than u minute What mire we doing with that minute Are we embittering the do mestic or social or political fountains or are we like Moses who when the Israelites III the wilderness complained that the water of Lake Marsh were bitter and they could not drink them cut off the brunch of a certain tree and threw that branch into the water and it became sweet and slaked the thirst of the suffering host Are we with a brunch of tilt Tree of ILife sweetening all the brackish fountains that we cnn touch Dear Lord send us all out on that mission All around us embittered lives embittered by persecution em bittered by hypereritlcism embittered by poverty embittered by pale embit tered by injustice embittered by sin Why not go forth and sweeten them by smile by inspiring words by benefae tluiiH by hearty counsel by prayer by Gospclizcd behavior Let us remember that IIf we are wormwood to others we are wormwood to ourselves and our life will be bitter and our eternity bit terer Tilt Gospel of Christ Is the only sweetening power that Is sufllctent It sweetens the disposition It sweetens manners it sweetens life it sweetens mysterious Providences It sweetens afflictions It sweetens death It sweetens everything I have heard people ask In social company If you could have three wishes gratified what would your three wishes h01 If I could hove three wishes met this morning I tell you what they would be First more of the grace of God See ond more of the grace of God Third more of the grace of God In the dour yard of my brother John missionary in Amoy China there was a tree called tho emperor tree tint two character istics of which are Unit it always grows higher than its surroundings and its leaves take the form of a crown If this cmperortreu bo planted by a rosebush it grows a little higher than tho hush and spreads out above it a crown f- It be planted by thu tilde of another tree it grows a little higher than that tree and spreads above it u crown Would God that this religion of Christ n more wonderful emperortree might overshadow all your lives Are you lowly in ambition and circumstance putting over you Its crown arc you high in talent and position putting over you Its crown Oh for moro of Vie hacchar in our lives wed loss of tau of wormooIUIvolvo as stars Lit they may fuU worm wood V tf K Tyre the atmosphere the desert fragrant with spices coming in cara vans to her fairs all seas cleft tato foam by tho keels of her lades mer ohantmon her markets rich with horses and camels from Togarmah her ba zaars tilled with upholstery from Do1 lInn with emerald and coral and agate front Syria with wines from llolbon with embroidered work from Ashur and Chilnitul Where now tilt gleam of her towers where tho roar of her i 8hlpsiwhere once let sea rushes upon tilt barrenness where once Mm challenged tho admiration of all nations let the barbarians who sot I their rude tents where onco her pal I questionII turned to wormwood and has fallenI Hundredgated Thebes for nil limo to bo the study of tho antiquarian timid hiuroglyphist her stupendous ruins spread over U7 tittles her scriptures presenting in figures of warrior ana chariot tho victories with which tho now forgotten kings of Egypt shook I the nation her obelisks and columns Carmine anti Luxer time stupendous temples of her pride Who can iiu- I IflthosoI hlppQII foreign royalty bowed at her shrines and her avenue toured with tho wheels of processions in the waste of return ing conquerors What dashed down thin vision of chariots and temples and thrones What hands pulled upon tho columns of her glory1 What ruthless ness defaced her Mmlptured wall and broke obelisks anti left her indcscrlba I hit temples great skeletons of granite What spirit of destruction spread the lair of wild beasts in her royal sepulchers and taught tho miserable cottagers of today to build huts in the courts of her temples and I sent desolation and ruin skulking bo hind the obelisks mid dodging among the sarcophagi and leaning against the columns and stooping under the arches and weeping in tho waters which go mournfully by as though they were carrying the tears of all ages Let the mnimmies break their long silence and come up to shiver In tho desolation and point to fallen gates and shattered statues and defaced sculpture responding Thebes built not one temple to thud Thebes hated righteousness rand loved sin Thebes was a star but she turned to worm wood and lists fallen Babylon with her I250 towers and her brazen gates nnd her embattled walls the splendor of the earth gathered within her palaces her hanging gardens built by Nebuchadnezzar to please his bride Amytis who had beet brought up In a mountainous country around Babylonthese liming ing gardens built terrace above terrace till at the height of lOn feet there were woods waving and fountains playing the ver dire the foliage tho glory looking as if a mountain were on tho wing On the tiptoe a Icing walking with his quest among statues snowy white looking up at birds brought from dis limit lands and drinking out of tank ards of solid gold or looking ofT over rivers and lakes upon nations subdued and tributary crying Is not thus great llabylon which I built INTERESTING ITEMS TIIK average life of a ship is SO years IN a brown study is a corruption of brow study Ia study requiring much contraction of the brows Us is being found in largo quantities in the Tennessee oil Holds It will proh ably be piped to Chattanooga GUSTAV lOVAHIOVITCII the KlISHlllIl cattle king has 1500000 shcepwhlch are looked after by 35000 shepherd dogs Tin late Karon Hirsch received an average of 100 begging letters a tiny and never rend then though he gave away in a single year as much as 15 000000 A Nw You ic dentist employs a woman assistant who goes from house to house and cleans teeth Tho charge is 50 cents a month and she dons u big business As tho exact year of Gutenbergs birth is not known 1000 humus been final Ily selected by tho town authorities of Mainz to celebrate his five hundredth birthday CITIKN Swarm of Kansas City has just given to that municipality a park over 1300 acres in extent or about 500 acres larger than Central park Now York City To rissrN If not to abolish altogether the nolso of a train whoa crossing a bridge n German engineer has devised a scheme which hilts proved surprisingly successful He puts a decking of plunks between tho cross girders nnd on the plunks n double layer of felt is placed In this way any noise Is pro vented CHAUNCKV M DEPEW has a notable collection of presents that were glue i- to him by celebrated people gifts from tho Prince of Wales Queen Victoria Bismarck nUll notables of the world When I go away in time summer said Mr Dcpew I like to meet celebrated people I do not care in what profes sloe they may be so long as they uro distinguished by something And of course a mutual interchange of presents us mementoes of our acquaint mutes is tho most natural thing in the world 1 think I Imvo gifts front every country in the world and from all the celebrated people PERSONAL AND IM CR9ONAl Emperor William hM fStpOM worth of orders Qoraan and foreign Vhenhctravelsheearric8f l60 XX wortfe of them In a snfcIExpensive repairs will be undertaken In the mosque of Eskl All Pasha nt Stumboul where one of the mantles of the prophet Is kept The expense ore estimated nt 20000 President Diaz has been presented by a committee representing foreign business interests in Mexico as n slight testimonial of their esteem a gold plato with suitable Inscription costing 80 000 It Is announced that the two elder sons of thin German emperor are to go to school at Plan in holstein partly as n compliment to tho people of Hblsteln inch partly because thoro Is convenient mice in the grounds Tho emperor sets great store upon their being taught to row There Is a woman living about one mile north of Chicopee Tails Margaret Bowen by name who says she Is the old est woman In America She was born silo declares in the parish of Kvclano county of Cork Ireland 121 years ago Letters from a Father llynn mid other persons who hnvu examined the records testify to her great age She is still comparatively strong Evidence given at tho Inquest on tho body of Cot North showed that there was something of tragicI onion In the manner of his death While presid ing over a meeting of time Bucna syndi cates it was his duty to take note of thin fact that a certain resolution hind been duly carried He accordingly naked for a pen und exclaiming PassedI dropped ills eyeglasses and fell back in his chair Itt was the moment of his fa tal seizure and almost with that word on his lips his own spirit passed away OLDEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD Intelruling Farts unit Klgttrnn About the CIltlllulllli IIr Europe A German statistician has studied this census returns of Europe to learn a few things about the centenarians of the old world He has found for in stance that high civilization tines not favor the greatest length of life The German empire with 55000000 popula lion has but 78 subjects who are moro than 100 years old Prance with fewer thou 40000001 inns 213 persons who have passed their 100th birthdays Eng land humus MO Ireland 578 Scotland 40 Denmark 2 Belgium 5 Sweden 10 and Norway with 2000000 Inhabitants 23 Switzerland does not boast Ia single centenarian but Spain with hut 18 000000 opulatlon has 401 The most tuualng figures found by time German statistician untie front that troublesome and turbulent region known as the llalkan i enlnNula Servhv has 575 persons who are more than 100 years old Boumunla 1084 and Bui garla 11883 In other words llulgarla has a centenarian for every 1000 Inhab itants anti tins holds the International record for old Inhabitant In 1803 alone there died III llulgarla 350 ersons of morn than 100 years In the Italkan peninsula moreover a person Is not regarded an on tilt verge of the grave the moment he becomes a eetltttulrimmtiiFor instance in Scrvla there were In 1810 HOIIIO 200 persons between 100 and 115 years 123 between 115 and 125 and 18 between 120 and 135 Three were between 135 and 140 Who is the oldest person In the world The German statistician dotes not credit time recent story about a Itusslan 100 years old Russia lams no commits ho says and except In eases of sl celiil olllclal in vestigation the figures of ages in Itusnla must he mistrusted The oldest man In the world Is then in his opinion Bruno Cotrim u negro born In Africa and now resident in lllo Janeiro Cotrim In tao years old Next to him comes probably a retired Moscow cabman named Kiih trln who Is In his 140th year The eta tistician says tho oldest woman in time world Ir tau yearn old limit neglects to give her name or address possibly out of courtesy or perhaps In view of tho extraordinary figures which camo to his hands from the Balkans ho thought a subject only 130 years old was hardly worthy of particulars Buffalo Com mite chum Flumes J Ail Urn A rancher whose place IIs on the hot tom along the Willamette slough below Hoi brook station was In the city the other tiny to find out whether ho had any recourse against the United States fish commission for the Introduction of carp into thin rivers of this section Ho nays these fish are destroying his grasH anti grubbing up tho roots AH the y water overflows his mewlow the carp follow It up in thousands the Email one weighing about three pounds push lug their way tip where time water lit only three Inches or HO In depth and clearing ofT all vegetation no tint when tIll water recedes ho will have mud flats in the place of meadow He soyc that while looking at the fish on Sunday he got so mad that he took oft his shoe and stockings and went out Into shallow wfftcr and attacked them with a lee He slashed a lot of them In two but when thin drove became alarmed und made for deep water they bumped their noses against lids shins and mule near knocking him oil his feet and hlw unities lire nil black and blue from tho thumping he gotJH for driving the carp away ho says he might us syell have tried to sweep back the rise q the + Columbia with a broom Portlasd Ore Koalun cN J a 1m it 1 lf tw I 1b r a n a 7 Itn THE HERALD IFENCER COOPER Editor CBAS E HABIOHT Business Manager aad Associate Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 10 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For resident WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vicepresident ARTHUR SEWALL w Of Maine For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FITZPATRICK OF PLOY COUNTY WlIJIAM JKNNMXOS UllYAXT of Lin coin Neb the Democratic nominee for president was born in Salem Marion county 111arch 19 I860 attended public school until fifteen years of ngc upending his vacations on the farm in tho fall of 1875 he entered Whipple academy Jacksonville 111 entered Illi nois college Jacksonville in 1877 completed n classical course and was gradu ated with tho highest honors in 1881 attended Union College of Law Chicago for two years during which time ho was connectedwith the office of exSenator Lyman Trumbull began the practice of his profession at Jacksonville removedI to Lincoln Neb October 1 1887 and1I became n member of the firm of Talbot R Bryan never held an elective oldse prior to his election to the FitLysecond congress and was reelected to the Fifty third as a Democrat AKTIIUK SI S ALL Democratic nomi nee for vice president was born at Bath Me November 20 1835 The estate on which ho was horn and where he now resides his been in possession of the Sewall familMince 17GO His grandfather fought in the war of the revolu tion By occupation Mr Sewall win originally a shipbuilder and ho is now largely interested in shipping railroadt and bunking For nine years ho wa president of the Maine Central railway from which position he retired two years w ago Ho is now president of a bank at Bath is interested in tho Bath ironworksI and a number of other commercial enter prises Although he has for years em iloj innrgtUnuri brll of men ho has i troubleiEx Goy J B McCiiKAUY who has p nil along been regarded as one of the Kentucky sound money champions stuted to n friend that ho was pleased at Mr Bryans nomination and would not only support him unqualifiedly but if necensury take the stump for him The governor served with the eloquent Nebraskan in congress and said he re garded him as one of tho most level headed men in that body spotless char actor and always equal to the occasion t Judge C H Brcck for years a resident of Omaha Nob where he met him add ed his testimony in favor of the nominee anti predicted ho would carry the state in November Tills may or may not be significance but when W J Bryan was nominated for president on time Democratic ticket it was a cold day in Canton Ohio tho home of Major McKinley and tho storm blew from the courthouse cupola an alle gorical likeness of tho Republican candi date for president which has not since been found In November the original of that picture will be buried beneath Bryans majority KO deep that only the trump of resurrection morn shall awaken him and not then unless ho renounces his Republican proclivities for tho litter class will not bo called on that occasion Tin CourierJournal and Times have gone too far to support the nominee of the Democratic convention at Chicago They may go root and branch saddle r bridle tutu stirrups into the Republican party Lot thorn join the A P A Mayor Todd Godfrey Hunter Windy OBnulloy and may the Lord have mercy oh their sordid selfish discontented souls Eminence Constitutionalist rilE Kentucky delegation has decided to start n morning daily in Louisville To thin end Uroy Woodson of Owens I boro J M ltiubirdsonof Glasgow anti t W I I 1- nr cL H H Somers of Elizabethtown were instructed to start a free silver nwrning journal at once It is to bo a stock company TUB next electoral college will be com posed of 417 members requiring 224 to elect I Special Notice Mr STKKUNO KY July 7 1896 To whom it may concern This cer titles Dr J A Taulbec of hazel Green has been appointed by me chairman of the county campaign committee fo Wolfe county Ky and has full power to make such appointments as are neces sary to complete the county committee COUIITIAXI P ClIKXAVlT Chin Dem Cam Com 10th Dis In pursuance of the foregoing author ity the following are appointed to act as precinct committeemen and are requested to meet at the store of H F Picratt in Hazel Green on Saturday August 1 1890 at 1 oclock p1n for tho purpose of organizing loin transacting important business First District J H Carroll and Caleb Allen Leo City Second District II C Quicksall andI John Cox larch Green Third DistrictS P Howe and 513 Smith Campton Fourth District W L Bush and Lee Congloton Torrent Fifth DistrictA T Lambs and J M Tester Stillwater Sixth District J R Elkins and Jon athan Hollon Lillie Seventh DistrictA B Landrum and S P Murphy Tolivcr JOHN A TAWIIKK Chmn W C MENIFEE COUNTY Trimble Bend Tremors Crops in this section look fine Health of the community not very goodWillie son of W T Trimble is on thei sick list D S Trimble was in Hazel Green on business Saturday Frank Dennis n very old man die Monday at Frenchburg Henry H Sal Ice has the best crop of tobacco in this section Doc Hicks pold twentyfive fine hogs at 3 per hundred delivered at Mt Sterling Miss Belle Trimble of Hazel Green Saturdaysand Sunday Rev John Brown had a good meeting and a large crowd at time Trimble Bend school house Robert Trimble of Stillwater was flirting with the girls at this place Sun day Hob says he must have n wife soon Old Uncle Lige Barker of Mariba died last Monday morning and was taken to the Union church near Pomeroyton for burial Trimble Bend has a wild hog at large that is making everybody get out of the way I saw two men with guns on the hunt for him George Cannoy of Mariba has bought a fine saw mill front Lum Hanks and intends to set up the same on the Gose Ridge near Muriba We all wish George good luck A nineyearold son of J 0 Nickell killed a rattlesnake Saturday near the corner of D S Trimbles house It was a very large one and lord thirteen rattles mind a button Arch C Miller came down from Oak isle Breathitl county where he has been employed as night watchman at n largo mill for the past year on a visit to his parents Arch iis a good boy and a lustier As is customary with tho fair sex Miss George Ann Loveless peered under the bed before retiring the other night for the traditionary man who is said to be iu hiding there But lo nut behold instead of the man a large copperhead snake was found snugly curled up anti quietly taking a snooze She didnot scream and arouse the household as she would lave done were it a harmless mouse but at once seized n club und dis posedof his snakcship in a peremptory manner Miss Georgic deserves great credit for her valor July la DAV MAGOFFIN COUNTY Llckburo Localottes L C Bays son is on the improving listStS F May is visitingi relatives on Elk creek Born to tho wife of X P Cooper a girl weight U pounds Mr M M Ward was a guest of J D Bayes last Saturday nail Sunday I Scrofulai Makes life misery to thousands of people It manifests itself in many different ways like goitre swellings running sores boils suit rheum and pimples and other eruptions Scarcely ti man is wholly free front it in fionio form It clings tenaciously the lust vestige of scrofulous untilII eradicated by Hoods Sarsaparilhi tho Ono True Blood Purifier testimonialsrtell of suffering trout scrofula often inherited and mot tenacious positive I 1 ly perfectly and permanently cured by j HoodsSarsaparilla Prepared only by C I Hood 8 Co Lowell Mass Ho sari to net HOODS and only HOODS llnncrhoods I Leonard Bays will be the assistant teacher at our place in the free school It A Cooper got very bad hurt by a horse running away in a buggy the other day A D Lacy and J Paris Salyer West Liberty last week and reported good time Miss Cora Power is employed to teach our school this fall She iis one of the leading teachers of our county Col Cooks show passed by here yesterday en route to White Oak It iis said to be the only traveling show that gives all the features it advertises The Salyersville folks gave an enter tainment at West Liberty last week and it was appreciated by some every much They have some good plays and each onei acts his part well Rev John D Bayes has gone to see his so11in law Mr Day who iis down with the typhoid fever and he expects to hold a meeting at Index Morgan county today and tomorrow There is a box supper to be given on 1the fourth Saturday night in this month at our place in the interest of the church All come and bring a quarter and prob ably you will get to eat with sonic pretty ladyRev John D Bays is a candidate for jailer to fill out the nnexpired term caused by the tenth of his soninlaw Mr Slusher hist October He iis run ning in tho interest of the widow and childrenJuly GUESS MORGAN COUNTY Ezel Evolutions David Rose i lut home for a Hb rL whileDr Asa W Nickel is visiting at Frenchburg G B Swanco of Hazel Green was here last weuk on business Dr J F Lockhart of Gilcad is spending n few lays with us Mice Eddie Daniel and Miss Lcnnic Combs are visiting at Boonville Ky Mrs Levi Kash from near Hazel Green has been visiting relatives here Mrs E E Hays who has been sick for some time is now ablo to be out againMiss Rachel Nickell1 has been employed to teach our school and will begin on the 20th Mrs John Nickell who has been very sick for some time remains in a very dangerous condition Clay Little and Miss Ida Rose of Wolfe were visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity last week Attorneys T J Henry Floyd Byrd anti Wallace McGuire and Circuit Court Clerk Henry Cox were here last week on business Died JulyS the infant child of Mr and Mrs John A Xickell Also on July 12 Mattic the fiveyearold daugh ter of Mr mead Mrs Will Henry So hath little children been suffered to return unto Him the Savior of mall man kindJuly 18 ASA FUAXK A Million Gold Dollars I thclllrsonluJSarsaparilla has cured mauls thousands of cases of this disease It tones the stomach regulates the bowels and puts all time machinery of the system in good working order It creates n good appe l tits mid gives health strength and hump piness Hoods Pills net harmoniously with Hoods Sarsaparilla Cure all liver ills 25 cents Correspondents will please hear in mind that tributes of respect and obitu arks are charged for at the rate of 3 cents per J liner GREATEST listrCLOTHING SALE IIX j TIlE HISTORY OF THE TRADE a COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4iAnd Continuing Until Closed Out The i Largest ands Bests Stocks of 3 Glothing31n 3 Kentuc g REGARDLESS OF JHEGAHDLIREGARDLESS OF PRICn1p Wo do not care what prices competitors name wo will take 25 wr cent oil of same goods In our stock wo havo Fifteen Hundred Suit pntthoX750aY01WhenI FlaotolSuitscolor guaranteed rtRJIIS IS A OORnEB Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our lust sale which sold itt 499 and worth 10 and JJ12 at 399 Pants at 50 conts 75 semi and 1 worth 150 2 and 8 Uno Hundred Pair Punts fine wool cnssimoro ut 2 worth 5 You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices LOT t l lI11 lliLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON nun FHHIo vv M iIc12 IAVISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS INTLCIYrt MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGOJJ WE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prl and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patrol Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN WJiJ employ only skilled labor every luau being nn artist In his specialty your work Is respectfull solicited PIAtrtrLIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietorj c IN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY IOU Special care taken of tennis for Coning cia Travelers Parties conveyed to nnypoiil on liberal terns Patronage of the public spectfully solicited H F PIEItAT1rii = i lli 7 jldPcdfll TIjE 9REAT BJIS NESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF TitSOUTH 9rttffltIJtiMjJ9Jr fll HUYDRtO cr GRADUATES HOLDING nl IIfif1IIh1kdk Mfl7iiff7r IJ RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSIIESSj CNnCNE5jURSitiffLer 1 f 4 ti rs I 1 ITJry tf- r tl n i1 I THE FARMING WORLD JJ FARMERS WHO SUCCEED Three Tyixi ut AurlfuUurlitti I4uun l In the 11 extern States farmers arc divided into three classes First those who take up with I It everything new in tfrnins vegetables fiuits and inaehinciy itliout stopping to think or studying the deiMinds ot thir market the possibilities of their soil 11udl peouiiariiics of the ounate Invariably tliey make fnilmvn The suc end eluss are those who newer hay or produce anything new in tho way of grnlnx etc use iiie same implements their fathers did irrigate only whets the spirit moves then lit theIr cattle rl wintcrrltheir butter in the summer and use the hOlllcljlIkI l ened to a cows iis they are always behind The third class tire those who think study their market and soil begin on n lI pniall stale and experiment until the problem is solved If a new fruit is being advertised and trees sold at enor mous prices they buy but one and see t if it suits their soil gild climate They U will not Set out a peach orchard in a 11 ewnlllpor a cherry orchard on an al luvial soil underlaid with gravel This class is the outs that is making money at farming the other two are in the background Ono and two arc both I HlIIIII1gljjtrunlIl1g otherNelgnnt in buying unnecessary tliirgs till l itother extravagant in not buying neces Envy articles One has no iixed met hoi of labor the others method of labor fixes him TheM two classes are an anomaly and as Lamartinc said to Kobespierre are shadowy nndeltned thslgalt tlibnlleluss ituinu in farming and as a result have a o1tech defined plan tail combine brain and muscle theory and practice know the old way but adopt the new ngliculId legion and arc rapidly liming to the front They Ixjllwu in the modern theory of advancement as applied to ag riculture and lire bettering their condi II tion by working along these lines The methods of the past generations 111- 1reachingnot do for them and they are out for the improved order of things that mark till pathway of other men who are a great success in this world Denver Field and Farm STRONG FARM GATE It IH Chruiily unit Kutlly Muilr mill Not a Apt to Sag 1 send description of a farm gate 7cheaply and easily made strong nail not apt to sag 1 have made several for my self and am well pleased with them t The hinge piece is I feet fi inches long 3x4 incites rounded at the ends clad banded to prevent splitting A round rod threefourths iiieli in diamefcr and about 5 inches long is inserted in each end about It inches the lower rod or pivot should have a flange welded on Vt inches from one end At the foot of the post sink a block of wood or stone so that its upper surface will be level with the ground In its upper surface mor l4Inchtslay a piece of an old buggy spring1 a inches long on it place a blank seven sttPforgab in till step take a piece of plunk about is inches long bore a three fourths inei hole 0 inches front one end put tit plank Oil the top and pivot and spike it securely to top of gate post The gate swings in either direction and I does not pull on the post so hard as if I hung on hi iigisOhio Farmer 1 PIGPEN POINTERS WSicn a sow proves valuable as n breeder do not part with her as long as- she remains useful 1IPflllctl prevented and the value of the manure Increased The quickest way to fatten a pig is the surest way to make profit on it told the profit CUll in a general way be snid to depend upon the length of time he tween farrowing and market Vtoile the brood sow and fattening Pigs are all fed together with the aim of giving thlmull that they will eat up Clean the sawn will usually get fatter I j than is ready necessary or best 11 hen the pigs get to eating regularly care should be taken not to feed more l Ithnl1 they will Cut up clean unless the Pent eau be arranged so that the sows Jcnnlll let III to eat up the In selecting a breeding lelllllgHIaiwajs choose one with wide back and whose back and belly or upper null under lines arc straight npttot r le than a chunkyone Ruraleons USEFUL ARRANGEMENT Hour to Ventllnte Hoi Stalls at Alt Sea IOHH of the Year Where box stalls are constantly in use there are many days not only in summer but in winter as well when itis a serious problem to keep the ventbating window but cvenwith these exits forI overheated air there will be days when the inmates of box stalls will suffer for pnrtlcularljIII8 Arne ticable to open stable windows Under such conditions openthestable by using such an arrangement as that shown III the accompanying ills tration The door to the stub is cut into two ports while attached to the lower half but extending to the top of th doorway is a grating of wire supported by the framework that is screwed to the lower huH of the dour The upper half shuts into plnee and bolts to tins lower half when the whole swings as Pile hoot During the guy the upper part of the dnocjuin be kept open and shut at night for warmth This not only affords good ventilationi during titday but permits the occupants of such stalls to be seen at any time without 1111rHlIglIII1lItsheep jiens etc In tthe case of small animals common wire poultry netting can be used for the grating X Y TrlhulIlIi j BETTER SHEEP OUTLOOK Wo Iliitn Now More Vigorous Stock Than Ut Kvrr Hint Itrforr The low prices of wool and the use of shoddy with the introduction ot large quantities of inferior wool from Argentine told the British provinces have led the few sheep masters we have left to turn their attention more to mut ton sheep than to those producing the highest grades of wool This tendency to produce good mutton leas led to the selection of the best breeds for this purpose and to the stare careful prep oration of Iambs and mutton sheep for the market The curt of the Hock and the kind of feed used have undergone a great improvement undtho ruKiilMK thatf whilst wool growing has been unprofit tale we June a greatly improved class of shepherds and line f11 lambs and mutton have never hind such a sale mall the markets throughout the country as at the present time Besides lochs have been culled and only the best of each kind have been retainedt In this regeneration of the herds N C have today u more vigorous told healthy stock of sheep in till the sheep raising regions than ever before This will be great gain in the coming reinstatement of tie sheep and his wool to their proper place among the home productsNothing is all evil in this ease we hint derived benefits from our misfor tune We will have better and health ier Hocks better mutton and more mutton eaters in the future than ever beforeThe wise farmer will try to prepare for what must soon come Select the best breeds prepare the best fend and be really to take the best possible care of your iloeks lain your increase will soon bring you your reward Farm News Weed In the Farm Janlin hew gardens have the opportunity soil is capable be to show of what the elitist theyare not kept free from weeds and as well cultivated as they should be Thin work needs to be done at the the end And in start and kept up to deed it should not stop until the weeds stop growing It is often the case with with the fields thatthe garden as it is when the crops are thought to be safe the weeds are let alone to grow and mature seeds Thus the land Is stocked for curl to COllie Five years of perse verance in killing weed and preventing the seeding of theta will secure clean ground In the garden and the Held as well Ihiri1111orldInaucnre Stroll Chicks When the chicks of a brood vary in characteristics and vigor the weaker will be destroyed by the stronger outs S not that they are injured cluicltslinty vio being notice and full vigor cause the liens to become restless and the consequence is that she changes post lions too frequently not allowing sufficient warmth to the weak chicks keel all broods of chicks closely confined at this season until they are o month old Prairie Farmer DIPLOMAT WAS CHILLED WatblnRtoIAn Interesting story is being told in I Washington regarding M Ptcnotrcthe French ambassador After con j thso president to send ambasnndors to such countries ns would rateo the rank of their representative Sir Julian Paunccfbte was the first to inform tho president of the intention of ifs cons try to make him an ambassador M Patenotre conceived the ambition to bo tho debut of the ambassadors and com municated it to his home government nnd his commission arrived before Sir Julians He went to the state depart ment in the hope of Immediate noog nition as the first ambassador to this country Ho was told that Sir Julian theedepartment of the action of his govern ment He wus angry and wrote to tho president requesting his Intervention IJe received instead a chilly letter from Mr Gresham EXPENSIVE MIRROR Will Urine the Moon Within Thirty Right AIlloi of the Kye A special train brought into Paris a few days ago wrapped in heavy felt blankets bound with softwood hoops n rough block of crystal which Is to form tho mirror of the huge telescope nt the 1000 exhibition In its present state the piece of Iglass weighs 0601 pounds and has already coat 20000 It will cost 30000 more anti take 30 months of polishing by a novel and se Bret mechanical process before it It finished Its diameter is nearly seven feet and it Is expected to bring tho moon within 19 miles of the eye but the chief experts of the Paris observatory say that its images will uotbeeo distinct as theirs lire now at 04 miles which they believe is the utmost prac ticable1nlterlio Wiii IlMcimtrd The negro Simpkins who cut his throat with a razor was in front of the doctors premises at the time In fact 1he was right on the doctors sidewalk which is n nicelypaved slut rcpt walk of which the owner is rather cartful At the inquest the doctor described the horrible sight when the negro slashed his throat with the razor Then wild the doctor I shouted to him to get of the sidewalk AllI About WcNtcrn Iariii lanilx The Corn licit is the n hue of an Illus traced monthly newspaper published liv till Chicago HurlliiKtoii fwd Julwy It It Jt alms lo give luloniinUoii In an interesting way about tho farm lands of the west Reed ii cents In post life stumps to the Corn licit WJ Alums St rhlinuo and the paper will be sent to your iiiiilivss for one year Turin Is n third silent party to all our uinvaliiN Tho nature aunt soul of thlnpt takes upon itself the guaranty of the ful fillment of every contract KI that honest service cannut come to loss Emerson FITS stopped free ami permanently cured No Ills after first UIH use of Dr Klines li relit Nerve Ihs orer Free f2 trial bottle IX realise Da 1ISI1111dlllt riillu 1a Nivru write anything that tines not give you great pleasure emotion Is easily propa gated front the writer to the reader Jon bcrt1isos Cure for Consumption has saved mo iimnv a doctors hlllH Ib HAUDV Hop kins Place Baltimore Aid Dec 2IiI- A OHIUT diamond robbery stealing a base Philadelphia 1rcs u hulls Catarrh Cure Is a Constitutional Cure Price 7V You surely do tint favor petticoat gov ernmcntC said an ohjcctor to a woman snf frigo advocate No I dont was the reply 1 favor bloomer government De troit Fete Press Uoon the itioro communicated the more abundant grows Milton THAT past which Is HO presumptuously brought forward as a precedent for the present wits itself founded on an alteration of some past that went befoul itJuno do Htnel Hi married her brcinso her neck With rapture wild did set him Ami yet them were some folks who sold Klto broke it for to get him N Y Herald HKAMTT surpasses IImagination anti wo see breathing brightening and moving bo fore our eyes sights dearer to our hearts than any wo over behold In the land of sleep Goethe Uxcir non1 hope Tommy 011 aro a favorite with your t+ acherlomrnuI think I must be Kite cant seem to get enough of me or she wouldnt keep mo in no much Harpers Bazar ul WONDKU who stunted that slang shout getting it In the antiI asked the curious hoarder Homo man whoso wife bought him a necktie fit n bargain sate likely said thin Cheerful IdiotIndianapolis Journal SAY Manicsatd 11111111uwnll Julius Cipsnr what you would call u really great man Of course How can you ask such n question Well I never heard him called tho Napoleon of anything Washington blur FATAL KxiKiiiMBST Aunt Ilnchcl on a- vlsltJertio where Is tho nice little doll I gave you lust CiirlstniaBl UcrtloI put bloomers on her the other day1 auntie and she isnt a bit nice nowtChicago Record ants SmTIIUnotlco you always have either such tall servants or such short ones Mrs Jones who Is mediumsized OIl dont want any whom thcro is any chance of my clothes tilting Harpers liazar A HncooxiTiGX Mr flickers The talkativeness of woman Is universally acknowledged Mrs lllckcrsO It Is In HI Mr Blclcrslt Is The terra mother tongue is Idiomatic In most inn Btiatjiss Detroit Free Pros I o Pill Clothes Tho good pill has a good ooatu Tho pill coat serves two purposes it protects tho pill en abling it to retain nil Its remedial valtieand it disguises tho tasto for tho palate Somo lllIcoats aro too heavy they will not dissolvo inc tho stomach and tho pills thoy covor pass through tho system as harmless as a broadpollot Othor coats aro too light and pormit the speedy deterioration of tho pill After SO years exposure Ayoru Sugar Coatod Pills havo boon found as offootivo as if just fresh from tho laboratory Its a good pill with a good coat Ask your druggist for Ayers Cathartic Pillst o Mote pill particular In Ayers Cureboolc too pages sent tree J C Ayer Co Lowell Massl PLUGWii Tobacco Dealers say that r H BATTLE AX is aH scorcher because it sells so fast Tobacco Chewers say it is llscorcbert be cause 5 cents worth goes so far Its as good as can be made regardless of cost The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the otherfellows 10cent piece IlliNOIS CENTRAL II Connection iIlaltltnoro OhioI Railroads NEW ROUTE ICINCINNATILOUISVILLE TO MEMPHIS NEW ORLEANS DOUBLE DAILY SERVICETHROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPING CARS AND FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS I 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pills 25 cents 4 0 a 2 National Specificx For Malaria S A substitute for Quinine Cures all forms ofmalaria intermittent fever Urliljl gtc ptC 23 pills 26 cents y 4- r II tfWVX yr J ya 11 XUSTBE PAID UPII We have ovor Six HUNDRED DOL LARS duo us on subscription job work and advertising Wo need the money and must have a settlement If you havent the money to pay up bring us hams chickens corn oats wood hay or almost anything ft family can use to advantage and we will make arrangements for settling Our sub scription list will bo thoroughly overhauled on the 1st tiny of Aug ust next and all who are in ar rears dropped therefrom Look at tho late after your muno on the address of your papor nnd see how you stand If in arrears come in and sottlo 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 Tin HKKALD after that Into you will know tho reason why YOU ARE IN ARREARS I Tho Owingivillo Democrat publishes this interesting bit of political history lilt Is said that the first primary election ever held in Kentucky was held in this Bath county in 18r 8 to nominate ollicesaTho races were made up ns follows the irstnnniod being nominated in each race For county judge John P Young and Col J S Hurt for circuit court clerk Cnpt W P Conner and Allied Wells for county clerk KIT Connor and Lindsay Colcnmn The idea of n primary election it iti said originated in the mind of dipt Joshua Ewing who suggested that a primary election beheld to make thus nominationsS- poons Free To All I read in the Christian Standard that Miss A II Fritz Station A Kt Louis Mo would give an elegant plated look spoon to anyone sending her ten 2cent stump I sent for one and found it so useful that showed it to my friends and made 1W in two hours taking orders for the spoon Jilt hook spoon is houses hold necessity It run not slip into tho dish or cooking vessel being held in the jlnco by a hook on the back The spoon is something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons wore lira invented Any sendingteni a splendid way to make money around trulyD1 JKANNimrP Frank Fairhairn of Catlcttsburg claims a largo slice of Harrodsburg 111111- 1portion of the southern part of Mercer county and will bring suit to recover it The suit will be entered in the ITinted States court at Louisville Fairhairn also claims large tracts in Martin and1 Hbwan counties The Mercer claim is for 2000 acres and is said to have been granted under a patent iissued April Ilit5 1787 What a Woman Can Do Lust week I cleared after paying all proiouiltiUto other duties I believe any energetic person can do equally us well as 1 have had very little experience The Dish Washer is just lovely and every finally wants one which makes selling very easy I do no canyassing People hem about tho Dish Washer and come or send elwnpDI8hi on tho market Tho Mound City Dish Washer fills this bill With it you can wash and tin tho dishes for a flmilof yourhandswork they want ono You can mako more money and miiko it quicker than with any household article on tho market I feel convinced that any lady or gentleman can mako from c1O to s lM per day partiruInrlJ Theyhelpmoney awful fast A L C Major King of Fayetto county boo canto enraged at tilt mule ho was driving in a plow and pulled out its tongue by tho roots killing it It is said to he tho third mulo ho has killed in that way A Chance to Mako Monoy I have berries grapes and peaches n thoQliforninseal1 the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last wool I sold directions to 1JO families any ono will pay a dollar for directions when they see tho beautiful samples of fruit 1111selfnuyono can mako one to two hundred dollars around homo in n few days I completedirections eighteen 2cont stamps which is only tho actual cost of the samples postage etc to mo FRANCIS CASEY 921 St Louis Mo Key Matte iu a Minute I have not made less titan sixteen dol mars any day while selling Centrifugal Ice Cream Freezers Any ono should mako from fiyo to eight dollars n day selling cream and from seven to ten dollars selling freezers as it is such a wonder thero is always a crowd wanting cream You can freeze cream elegantly hesJleoplosomany of them buy freezers as the cream is smooth and perfectly frozen Every freezer Is guaranteed to freeze cream perfectly in one minute Anyone can tell ice cream and the freezer sells itself My sister makes from ten to fifteen dol lars a day J F Casey Co 1143 St Charles street St Louts Mo will mail you full particulars free so you can go to work nnd mako lots of money anywhere as with one freezer you can make n hundred gallons of cream n day or if you wish they will hire you on n salary Mrs Hasina Hoof aged 100 years and 41 days died at Paducah recently She came to America from Switzerland in 1816 She left two children 28 grand children 1 7 groatgrandchildren nnd one great grcat grandchild The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr J A Lipps is tho agent for this county is one of the most convenient articles for the culinary department that has ever come to our notice It is com posed of eighteen different kitchen tools boxes bins nnd receptacles which if bought separately would cost much more fill tho kitchen and bo unhandy and in the way Not so with the Stan lard Cabinet It combines deadlines economy and beauty With it there is no vermin no dust no dampness no must no insects no mildew It saves time saves health saves sweeping saves waste of material saves thousands of steps saves stooping saves evaporation saves scrubbing It is a beautiful piece of furniture null an ornament to any kitchen While compact and out of the way it is immediately in hand and need ed in every household three times a day for 35ii days in the year Sheriff Gross of Fayelto county will bring Arthur W Platt from Oxford England if he is advised by the British government that Platt will be extradited Platt while an attendant at tho Lexington asylum in ISS5 wantonly murdered Jesso Tyreo a patient by shooting him and escaped without any particular effort being made to apprehend him lJIIF NEW YORK WORLD THRICEAWEEK EDITION 18 Pages a Week 156 Papers a Year Is larger than any weekly or semiweekly inIporuuttUcmoi York City Throe times H hareas till lending ItepuliHonn weekly of New York Citv It will he of espeeitill adV nntss tot you during the IuisiDKvnMI C AMIAKIN sis it Iis published every other flay exeejit Sunday and has nil the freshness and time liuess iitll dully It iiuhliies nil Ih1IlIIS with n long list Ill IlIllreslillo lhpllrtlllllIls unique features cartoons anti raphie illus tralfoiiH the latter being n specialty All these improvements have bran made without tiny inoreasu in the cost whieh re mains at one dnllarier vcnr- Wo II lit I this unequalled newspaper maid Till llAKII GliKKN IIi tt11 together one year lor 150 The regular subscription price of the two papers IisijfJ TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 o J M nidSTAFF President G L KIHKlATJUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier o We respectfully solicit tho business of mer chants Jarmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business dome oo Give us n chance to send you a bank bonk pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashser Winenester e o Bank WIKCHKSTKH KY N H WITHEUSPOOX President 11 D II UXTKU Cushier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants fiirmors traders nnd business men generally throughout Kjixtprn Kentucky nod oilers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate milking ootlSly J SUIT W WITH W M KERR CO IOIIUKKS ix Hardware AgriculturallmJemqntsIlI Hn MAUPJN WITH REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS c c PORTSMOUTH OHIO n LIGHTNING CURES Colic Cramps DlarrHcea Flux Cholera Morbus Nausea Changes of Water Etc KJ HERD i j Il n full linn of Wlltlhcs Jewelry ltiJJ and Spcetncle HOT DROPS ISOLDI 111jKeeps J1UI HMENSZ i1 PRACTICAL rji 1 JIrMlItJJRopairing Fine Watches nnd Gold Syeotaoles a SpecialtyIf need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see usJ We can save you big money 1= =l tu = V = =v HEALS H lEL RE ENI18 I August 25 26 27 28 1896 i 60 tiJn J1WtUMi SOid= =QQfl dnpn fn IfiP a TLiree Races ujlull ID IHJj WorM Entries to races close thirty S0 lays bfforo tho Taco 1 f National rules to govern all tutu also the ofll making entries 1 NO CHARGE FOR FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS J TAYLOR DAY Presidfl1tWILLlEHIPIERATTSacretary 0 L h d h C = = kI tlirThc MjypSHa- zel j IC 11 Green Ky Il I- Cl fIjiJ MRS LOU DAY Proprietress I- cl lliJlime table the best the market nilorcls and rates reasonable l 1 j ESrTicratts Livery Stable illi i i i i i connection j = = = A = t =v = THE HERALD I THE JTDAY i RoLLEflILL1i1 si order and guarantee as good flour as can he innilo on anv mill in the State where good wheat is furnished I I will buy Wheat tit the highest Market Price or will exchange Hour fur wheat on as reasonable terms roller mill in the state Hilt I positively will nt buy or grind many smuttyor musty wheat as it would work to tho disadvantage of the mill us well as those who furnish good wheat I will state that I am tho solo proprietor I of the mill and I will thank tiny patron ofII tho mill to report to me any cause of com plaint they may have front nay tMiiplove of j the mill and I guarantee to satisfy allJust olit I 11111 ns I intend to deal fair and liberal i with the people nod trust they will favor tno with tholr patronage as I fuel this is an enterprise for the good of tho entire com Thanking the people for their liberal pat milage f am very respectfully J T DAY T COLVIN W WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WloIasalc GrOCBrS MT TEl LING KY iFrr Cut 41 rultet Scratches Bites of- Animals and Duos Etc Tastes Good Smells Good uOU racing manner immunity = = = =V =y v nj ID Iri NotIons 1 ol I also keep a full line of tjj Millinery Notion Dross Goods and Fancy Groceries 1 pi gltoi which the attention of the IjtjI of public is invited and their j h ol patronage solicited pjII MRS LOr DAY + YT= r v 1 =TVTT= =TrPfm =T = IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY TABLERS BUCK EYE n a Z E A +5 13 1 Cata if you That and Values no Pages 4oooc Ont user CO THE OurneI HERALDiirMEY a 1- I d lh- l l I V f