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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l It i k 11 t THE LORDS HUNTERS Ierlng Down Much Game in the Pro serves of Belzebub I I Tber Used the Darts of Troth Fashioned Trost the Gospel and Sometime Tipped With the poison of Itouione Sermon by Rev DeWItt Tulmnce DD Dr Talmagcs text Sunday was Genet Jt1 X U Ito was a mIghty hunter before the Lord II In our day hunting is u sport but in the lands and the times infested with wild beasts it was a matter of life and death with the people It was very different from going out on a sunshiny afternoon with a patent breechloader to shoot reed birds on the flats when Pollux and Achilles and Diomedes went out to clear the land of lions and tigers and bears Sly text sets forth Nimrod as a hero when it presents him with broad shoulders and shaggy apparel and sun browned face and arm bunched with musclea mighty hunter before the Lord I think he used the bow and the Arrows with great success practicing archery I have thought if it is such a grand I thing and such a brave thing to clear wild beasts out of a country if it is not a better and braver thing to hunt down and destroy those great evils of society that are stalking the landwith fierce eye and bloody paw and sharp tusk and sharp spring 1 have won dered if there is not such a thing which those whoas Gospel archery by have been Hying from the truth maybe captured for God and Heaven The Lord Jesus in Ills sermon used the art of angling for an illustration when lie said I will make you Ushers of men I And so I think I have authority for using hunting as an illustration of Gospel truth and I pray God that there may be many a man today who will begin to study Gospel archery of whom it may after awhile bo said He was a mighty hunter before the Lord II How much awkward Christian work there is done in the world How many good people there are who drive souls away from Christ instead of bringing them to Him All their lingers are thumbs religious blunderers who upset more than they right Their gun has a crooked barrel and kicks as it goes otT They are Wee a clumsy com rade who goes along with skillful hunt rsat the very moment when he ought to be most suet he is crackling an al der or falling over a log nnd frightenI- ng away the game How few Christian people have ever learned the lesson of which 1 read at the beginning of this service how that the Lord Jesus Christ at the well went front talking about n cup of water to the most prac tical religious truths which won the womans soul for God Jesus in the wilderness was breaking bread to the people I think it was good bread it was very light bread and the yeast had done its work thoroughly Christ after he hud broken the bread said to the people lie ware of the yeast or of the leaven of the Iharisees So natural a transl Von Jt was and how easily they under stood Him that how few Christian people there are who understand how to fasten the truths of God and religion to the souls of men Truman Osborne one of the evangelists who went through the country years ago had a wonderful art in the right direction He came to my fathers house one day and while we were all seated in the room de said Mr Talmagc are all your children Christians i Father said Yes all but De Witt Then Truman Osborne looked down into the fireplace and began to tell a story of a storm that cane on the mountains anti all the sheep were in the fold but there was one la ml out side that perished 111 the storm Hud he looped me in the eye I should leave been angered when he told that story but he looked into the fireplace and it heautiCl111rdoneI till was sure I was inside the fold where the other sheep were The archers of olden times studied their art They were very precise in the mutter The old books gave spew cial directions as to how nn archer should go and as to what an archer noulddo lie must stead erect and firm his left foot a little in advance of the right foot With his left humid ho must take hold of the bow la the middle told then with the three fingers and the thumb of his right hand he should lay hold of the arrow and affix it to the string so Luthowculllsy are n work How little skill and cure we missheinstitutions established in all the towns fnd cities of our land where men sight 4u goodstudyingpiritunl asnLordHto bo- j w AOV place 11 you i tw ffeetual in doing good you must be ery sure of your weapon There was tt mething very fascinating about the chery of olden times Perhaps you not know what they conld do with chiefttlesettvero with the long bow They Md take the arrow of polished W and feather it with theme of a bird and then it old fly from tho bowstring plaited silk Tho broad fields Atfncourt and Solway Moss and Thlds Cross heard the loud thrum of trH the archers I myCliristiunmightierweapon ofthearrow it is a fromtheI spiritItof the wood hashrought of tlm cross As far as I I knew how to bring the notch of thatarrow on to that bowstring and its j i corinthian court knocleedtogetherin Luthers heart when ho cried out 011my sins Ohmy sins If it strike a man in tho head it kills his theheelstrikehimI hishandsI old when wounded in the battle try lug 0 Galilean Thou hastcon queredIn I lel11hrote show that the arrow of the English breastplatethroughout through the bachplate What a sharperthanthe dividing asunder of bodanll soul and of the joints and marrow Would to God we had more faith In that Gos pel The humblest than if he had enough faith in it could lesusperhaps this age seems to believe less and less in it I believe more and more in it What are men about that they will not accept their own deliverance There is nothing proposed by men that can do anything like this Gospel The re Hirion of Ralph Waldo Emerson was the philosophy of icicles the religion of Theodore Parker was a sirocco of the desert covering up the soul with dry sand the religion of Kenan was tho romance of be lieving nothing the religion of the Huxleys and the Spencers merely a pedestal on which human philosophy sits shivering in the night of the soul looking up to the stars offering no help to the nations that crouch and groan at the base Tell me where there is one man who has rejected that Gospel fur another who is thoroughly sat isfied and helped and contented in his skepticism and 1 will take the car to morrow and ride 500 miles to see him The full power of tho Gospel has not yet been touched As a sportsman throws up his head and catches the ball flying through the air just so easily will this Gospel after a while catch this round world flying from its orbit and bring It back to the heart of Christ live it full swing mind it will pardon every sin heal every wound cure every trouble emancipate every slave and ransom every nation Ye Christian men and women who go out this after noon to do Christian work as you go into the Sunday schools tho lay preaching stations and tho penitentia ries and the asylums I want you to feel that you bear in your hand a weapon compared with which lightning has no speed and avalanches have no heft and the thunderbolts of heaven have no power It Iis the arrow of the omnip otent Gospel Take careful aim Pull the arrow clear back until tho head strikes the bow Thcn let it fly And may the slain of the Lord be many Again if you want to bo skillful ia spiritual archery you must hunt in un frequented and secluded places Why does trio hunter go three or four days in the Pennsylvania forests or over liar quettc lake Into the wilds of the Adi rondacks It is the only way to do The deer are shy and ono bangof till gun clears the forest From the California stage you see as you go over the plains here und there a coy ote trotting along almost within range of the gun sometimes I1Ult6I within range of it No ono cares for that it is worthless The good game is hidden and secluded Every hunter knows that So ninnyof the souls that will be of most worth for Christ scud of most value to the church mire sew eluded They do not come in your way You will hove to go where they are Yonder they are down in that cellar yonder they are up in that garret Far away from tine door of any church tho Gospel arrow has not been pointed at them The tract distributer and city missionary sometimes catch a glimpse of them as a hunter through the trees gets a momentary sight of a partridge or a roebuck The trouble is we are waiting for the game to come to us We are not good hunters Wo are standing in some street or highway expecting that the timid antelope will cone up and eat out of our hands tte arc ex pecting that the prairie fowl will light on our church steeple Its not their habit If the church should wait ten millions of years for the world to come in ouch be saved it will wait in vain The world will not come What the church wants now is to lift its feet from damask ottomans aad put them in the stirrups We want a pulpit on wheels The church wants not so much cushions as it wants saddlebags and arrows We have got to put aside dthe1 0tlong in the have been fishing so brooks that run under the shadow of the church that the fish know us that they avoid the hook and es bankto theconicweassoonaScape Sarlmao and Dig wiiil yonder is Upper Tuppera lake where the first string off t 1 the Gospel net would break It for thi multitude of fishes There Is outsid work to be done What is that I see in the backwoods It is a tent The- I hunters kayo nado a clearing and campedout What do they care if they have wet feet or if they have pillowmoose in tho darkness steps into tit rightithey hear It So in the service of Go wo have exposed work We have gel puttingcome to our churches What are w doing for the thousands upon thous antis that do not como Have they n souls Are they sinless that the need no pardon Are there no dea in their bouses that they need no con fort Are they cut off from God t berIsurging up from the lower depths groan that comes through ou Christian assemblages and through ou beautiful churches and it blots out al this scene from my eyes today as b the mists of great Niagara for the dnsl and the plunge of these great torrent of life dropping down into the fathoms less nUll thundering abyss of suffering and woe Moraines think that just ai lhyatiraof their cloth and stolidity He wil blot out American and English Chris tiunity and raise on the ruins a stal wart wide uwalce missionary church that can take the full meaning of thai command Go into all the world and preach tho Gospel to every creature I remark further If you want to succeed In spiritualarchery you must have courage If the hunter stand with trembling hand or shoulder that flinches with fear instead of his taking the catamount the catamount takes him What would become of the Greenlander if when out hunting for the bear lie should stand shivering with terror on an iceberg What would have become of Iu Chaillu and Livingstone in the African thicket with a faint heart and a weak knee When a panther comes within JO paces of you and It huts its eye on you and it has squatted for the fearful spring Steady there Courage 0 ye spiritual archers There are great monsters in iniquity prowling all around about the COIn munity Shall we not of the strength of God go forth and combat thom We not only need snore heart hut moro backbone What is the church of God that it should fear to look in the eye any transgression there is the hen gal tiger of drunkenness that prowls around and instead of attacking it how many of us hide under the churchpew or tho communion table Tiers is HO much invested in it wo art afraid to assault it millions of dollars in barrels in vats in spigots in cork screws in gun palaces with marble Users and Italiantop tables and chas ed iceeuolers and in the strychnine ruin the logwood iiiultlm tartarioauid anti the tux vomica that go to make up your pure Anlericandrinks I looked with wondering eyes on the Heidel berg tun It is tho great liq uor vat of Germany which is said to hold 800 hogsheads of wine cud only three times in 100 years it huts been filled limit as 1 stood und looked at it I said to myself That in nothing SOO hogsheads 11hyour American vat holds 2500000 barrels of strong drinks and we keep 200000 men with nothing to do but to see that it is tilled Oh to attack this great monster of intemperance and the kindred monsters of fraud and uncleanness requires you t rally all your Christian courage Through tho press through the pulpit through the platform you must assault it Would to God that all our American Christians would band together not for crackbrained fanaticism but for holy Christian reform I think it was in I7i5 that there went out from Luck now India under the sovereign the greatest hunting party that was ever projected Thorn were 10000 armed men in that panting party Thero were camels and horses and elephants Out some princes rode and royal ladles under exquisite housings mind 500 coolies waited upon the train and the dcsolnto places of India were Invaded by the excursion and the rhinoceros the deer and elephant fell under the stroke of saber and bullet After while the party brought back trophies worth 50000 rupees liar ing left the wilderness of indiughastly- with the slain bodies of wild licuts Would to God that Instead of hero tins there a straggler going out to fight these great monsters of iniquity in our country thou million membership of our ehurchcj would band together and hew in twain these great crimes that make the land frightful with their roar old are fattening upon the bodies and souls of immortal men Who is ready for such a party as that Who will be a mighty hunter for tho Lord I remark again if you want to bo successful in spiritual archery you need not only to bring down the game but bring it in I think ono of the most beautiful pictures of Thorwaldson is his Autumn It represents a sportsman coming nome and standing under a grapevine Ho has a stall over his shoulder and on the other end of that staff are hung a rabbit and a brace of birds Every hunter briiigri home the game No one tvoud think of bringing down a ruin I I I of Gods mercy and salvation where you may cool your thirst Stop that ehaso of sin today Hy the red foun tain that leaped from tho heart of my Lord I bid you stop Is there in all this houso any ono who can refuse tho otter that conies from tho heart of tho dying Son of God Why do you know that there are in tho banished world souls that for that offer you ge today would fling the crown of uni verse at your feet If they possessed it7 Hut they went out on tune mountains tho storm overtook them and the died INTERESTING ITEMSt AFTKK eating arsenic pills which ho found little George Trimble of Ed wardsvillo Pa was dead In an hour A roou man of St Joseph Mo has fallen heir to a fortune of 3150000 left by an uncle killed in the St Louis tor nado JOHN CANNON who Interfered with a Pottstown Pa election board was sentenced to five months in jail and fined S25 A IAuaiiTKi of James Mullen of Mi tout Saline county Mo has died from eating mulberries that lunch been stung by locusts FIIOM the carcass of a cow that died of rubies at Potters Mills Pa a dozen dogs contracted hydrophobia and a buy was bitten Jai Alabama cotton crop is in good condition except in the east central portion of the state where rain Is badly needed It huts been decided in Minnesota that servants can not have a lien for their services on tho domestic animals of their employers SOUTH DAKOTA can raise wheat moro cheaply than any other part of tho United States Tho cost per acre is SS57 of which tho rent of ground per acre is 815x- ANO1IIRli Episcopal diocese that of Michigan has voted that women shall vote in parish affairs The clergy in the convention stood 28 to 110 and tho laity 34 to 15 PHOK KOKVTOKNB greatgrandfather was a cabinet maker whose works wero so famous that Goethe alludes to them in his fairy story Tie Now Mehllinl1 written in 1770 LANDKII Wyoming a town of nearly 2000 inhabitants enjoys the distinction of being thd furthest removed from a railwayof any incorporated town in the United States Ox MKTAL rails in tho must favorable condition and smooth from use n horso can druw lei timese jnuuh nsdn tho best asphalt pavement 3J times Jw much us on good Belgian blocks five time as much as on ordinary Belgian blocks seven times as much as on good cobblestone 13 times as much as on ordinary cobblestone 20 times as muct as on an earth road and 40 times av much us on sand A IKCLMAii case has como before the doctors at Forney Tex Will llhcdca a young farmer ia just able to bo up having completely shed his akin IIo brought to town tho skin off ono of his hands and it is as complete as aa old glove He has peeled off all ovuY this way The skin slips off very case ly and brenlcs very little lie has been I IF afflicted this way slnce he was about six yearn old mId whenever lio hays I fever ho begins to dht1 off usUfo fovfe e is broken This Js his first vpxperiemx j of the kind In about live years fa f I PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL r Admiral W T Evashintoff of the lULfifllan imperial navy who is traveling on u years leave of absence la visiting his brotherinlaw Theodore Barker of Portland Ore Queen Victoria huts been much more benefited in health and spirits by anyIty was entirely free from rheumatism r during her stay on the Riviera Time London Chronicles represent ative at Moscow writes I could not help noticing that the emperor is looking very thin but the empress on the other hand has got wonderfully stout and hearty looking in tbe short time that has elapsed since her marriage George Menco Smith a selfmade Scotchman who died recently worth over JC 3000000 possessed over 70 stores in London for the sale of lamp oil kitchen brushes and other nccessl ties of housekeeping IFo loaves no less a sum than 1300000 to be divided among the employes of his different bUlllneRses Iho richest man in the world Inl Raid to be John n Robinson of South Africa Eighteen years ago ho kept iv grocery store in tho Orange Free State and was in debt lie and his wife begged their way to Klmberlny where Hobinson picked up a rough diamond worth 1210 This was the foundation of his fortune which is now estimated at 340020000 Ienrose Fitzgerald the member ol parliament for Cambridge is a breezy popular Irishman of whom many good Blories aro told lie Is rather nearsighted and seldom remembers stases A few days ago ho met n fellow mcnt her of parliament Viscount Kilcoursle who hud just become Earl of Cavan The new earl npoke to Mr Fitzgerald In till lobby lUll observing a puzzled look was good enough to say plea2+mint Ily I see you dont know who T am MvI names Cnvun Of course oft eourse my dear fellow was the an pwer hilt for time moment I admit if took you for that UHH KlleoiirHie I SPAINS CREDIT IS GOOD Situ Can Hulito uilICIItOy ICoijulrctl fur War Purposes Spain is a very rich country and her citiens urn able to stand great sacrl flees of money if they choose Tho Im lwssibllityofucgotiutingaforeignlouuLoa to cerUiln very wealthy hanK and syn andtit will not tnirpriHO anybody in finan 7clul circles to hear that the Spanish government bus decided to make an IIyan appeal Ii Htmining ircuniHtnnccH and at n time when It Jimpressed upon the xople that it is n national dutyI to face foreign intrusion everybody in Spain will rise to the oo taslon nnd the result may be Mm greatest of surprises to America In other words to quote tulle of my friends hero at the Spanish IlIIhll lflItulIltloUf IrifrnlllioH ezcelleiif7iigdisTe If there exists anyone Interested in the financial ruin of Spain such person or persons by trying to put the country In sure straits really become the hiHtru meats of her safety as mich proceed hugs will force to the surface nil tho vital forces of the nation There are one or two operations sug gested in the Madrid papers which time government may think It worth whflo following now that the IniK HslblIItyo raising money abroad Is realized One of tliuM operations I h to reduce time rate of interest at homo and thereby lighten the burden of the Midget which Lana to pry in Intercut alone on the nation debt the enormous mini of 00000000 Span- Ish Investors would doubtless be sulll tiently patriotic to accept such a re duction of interest to save the nation from the shame of bankruptcy An other plan and more simple would bo tho opening of a national subscription IofI upper cluRscs are still very wealthy limit it IK to ho hoped that none of these miaHiiriH in extremes will become necessary I am assured by Spanish gentlemen in London who cap speak with the utmost authority and gather from various shames of the Spanish press that the public are now COD + winced that the tin has come when Cuba uiiiHt bo given almost Independent rights at any rate There is n growing belief that the governments of Wash ington and Madrid will arrive at an en tente cordiale on the subject rind that the grant of autonomy to the Island will be freely given provided there bo no np cnnincc of coercion N Y lies conUr Costly Finger ling recordrd lr t s h 1 J t I- q Ito I 1IE HERALD 1 I SPENCER COOPER Editor CHAS E HABICHT Business Manager J and Associate Editor I 1I 1j HAZEL GREEN K- YTHrnDY July JJn 149 n q = DEMOCRATIC TICKET For 1rrniJeiil WILLIAM JEXNIN15S BRYAN Of Nebraska Ior VloolVwlilo- ntAirniuu SIWALL Of Maine For Coiigruftftmiui Tontli Dlilriot THOMAS Y ITIATIUOK OK IMOYI COUNTY I GHKKX TUIMIIII retired lImnkcr of 3It Sterling originally n gold Htmidnrd limn lins I linyo 100 head of cattle for which I paid 8J cents a pound If Bryan is elected I will get III to r centst for them but if McKinley is elected I will lose money Shout yoHilvcritcs Tom H WILSON Republican excon gressman from the Eleventh Kentucky district will run as au independent free silver candidate and Jim Tugglc a IC posted politician in hit district rays 1 iM IIIcc IIIy likely to win againnt 100 tunjorit- for tho ItcpublicaiiB Shout yc fr Hilrorite and let your shibboleth be II Free silver or bust1 Tin Sharpsburg World tho Owingd villo Democrat and the HAII GIIKKM IfKliAin urn nil right for Bryan an Hcwall The counfry press will cut figure in the coming campaign It i now the country papers arrayed against tho city papers and it Is left to be seen which will have tho most effectIt Tho country press have tho right on their side and thrico armed is lie who hits his quarrel justH Sterling Free Lance OUR lbolting goldbug contemporaries are careful not to quote exactly what Mr Bryan siiid about bolting What heI raid Will thiIIWhenever I am satisfies1 that tho Democratic party us a party iis in favor of n single gold standard I wills I i ne my country under another name1 As tho Democratic party has never pro f soaked for the single gold standard + I but has always pronounced against it them was only a very remote probability F ofISryiniic having occasion To bolt Memphis Commercial A j peilI Ii1111 r0th Anniversary Number of theI i Scientific American New York just out is a really handsome anti valuable publi cation of 72 pages It reviews the grog ress of the pnst CO years in the various sciences and indtistrinliIrts and the var ious articles by the best scientific writers of the day aro racily written and richly illustrated The editorst have accom plished the difficult tuskof presenting u j compendium of information that shall bo at once historical technical sod popu lar Tho interest never Hags for a mo meat and tho story of the hull centurys growth is in itself a veritable compen dium of valuable scientific information for future reference Price 10 cents per copy Four Questions We would like to ask those Democrats who are kicking against the Chicago ticket these questions conveneItion to take an unmistakeable stand on the money question 7 Did you want a majority urn minority of the delegates to rule 1 Had your side won would you not have expected the minority to Mayo ac quiescedDont 1 you know itour duty to do as you would hare others doCarlisle Mercury i I r IrII- t If I j J a r a j i j I dSure to Win nppmciaisnrlnrn rilla has the jnrgest sales in the n orh Merit in medicine means the power curesnbsIo lutely permanently cures Iris the One True Blood Purifier Its superior met is an established feet and merit wins Hoods Pills are easy to take easy to operate Cure indigolion headache Umatllla Fla Ubiquities The harvest is over and the farmers have not much to do except those who ore raiding tattoo crops ttceptIJa xu t They sell for 511 vent x bushel and the I price iis ex jKrtvd to get lower before the xeaon is gone Peaches are very scarce one cull hardly be bought for those illlUI have them want to keep them l lilln ripe We seldom MM an apple for1110 are not grown lucre The confederate veterans of Lake county suet at Altootm a town about three miles north of Umalilla July 14 They meet once every three months Several of thold soldiers addressed tite audience and it was quite interesting to hear them talk about the war Our school will open August 8 and vacation will be ended supIlog It in KentuckyA guts in bathing in the lake almost every evening but this weekat alligator lusts been Ilying around the shore near the both house tad M me people are afraid to go into the lake while he iis there but people say he iis not likely to bother any one if there is a crowd in the lake Some boyl have been tryingi tto shoot him but he is too sharp for that and takes n dive at just the right time With best wishes for the success of Tin HrRAin I am etc July 21 KiizAiurrii IHANKY Money Made In a Minute I have not made less than sixteen dol lars any day while selling Centrifugal Ice Cream Freezers Any one should make from fivfiu glt dollars n day selling cream and from seven to ten dollars wiling freezers as it is such a wonder there iis always a crowd wanting cream You can freeze cream elegantly in one minute find that ilstoruirlles people so they all want to taste it and then many 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 its cream and the freezer sells itself My sister stakes from ten to fifteen dol lars a tiny J P Casey k Co 1143 St Charles street St Louis Mo will mallJJ you full particulars free eo you toll got work and make lots of money any where aa with one freezer you can make hundred gallons of cream a day or if you WMk they will hire you on ft wlury M reatmS lellllaV r that tho l MiiiIu have nn aliUlliiK coiifUletico III Hood e SurtuiKirUlii rat C St1tiUI xroimm show that Howls SMnaparilU in timity does IHttfttM Poerdisea +c lIIy imrlfyhiir en invigorating the likioil iiM ri which not only health but llfuI Itself dtllClldi TIM g- rratrofItMNIsI Sarsaixirilltt In uccessCUfllilo oJlurt warrant you In bdlnJlI1 that a faithful c of HoiMf Surtaiiarllla Hill run int if joii suffer fromI ally trouble vauiiUl inijurc M- oodtHoods l SarsaparillaiI the Ow Trim ili Hirurin r All r1rllI ti 51 1i Vpamlonly lyc Ir tJI Cn Low + IL Mass easy1looetI tAChance to Make Money I have berries grapes and peaches nI Fair oldrell an when picked 1 UlO the Jnlifornia Cold process do not heat or keciforfectlytut put up a bushel in ten minutes Last fUllliliclIIIIItmoJieyseu the beautiful sample of fruit As there are many people poor like my self Iconsider it my duty to give my i experience to such and feel confident nnvonu tiui make one to two hundred dollars around home in a few days I cutiiplctedirections eighteen Uceiit stamps which is only the actual cot of the samples postage etc to mo JltAxns CASKY 921 St Louis Mo All persons holding claims against the estate of Joseph D Graham dccd will ileasc file same duly authenticated with one ut once L 0 GitA HAM July y ISCrt tl1 Administrator fortoi this county is one of the mot convenient articles for the culinary department that I itlilts ever come to our notice It is com posed of eighteen different kitchen tools boxes bins anti receptacles which if I bought separately would cost much store fill the kitchen and bo unhandy I and in the way Not so with the Stan dard Cabinet It combines olcaii lines I j economy and beauty With it there isji no vermin no dust no dampne rii must no insects no mildew It sayer tinge saves health saves sweeping saves i waste of material sects thousands of steps saves stooging saves evaporation I saves scrubbing It is a beautiful piece of furniture stud an ornament to any kitchen While compact and out of the WilY it is immediately in hand and need dayforStore House For Rent I have a tint class brick store house Mtuatcd on ono of the best corners in Hazel Green which 1 desire to rent John M1 Koec has closed out tad quit the goods business which leaves a fine opening for a licit class store Gill and or address G1 11 SWAXGO I May 0 ISOfi Hazel Green Ky i n FOR SALENeeicsity compels me to collect nil that tllllilIj nut make Mttlement with me III once will find their notes or aecoiint in the hands of tin oflieer fur collection I want to sellall 1the recd entitle I own and have control u consisting of two Louses and lots in CUUlp ton six acres of laud in Campion on farm of sixty acres one curd onehalf guiles from Campion cued lour lots in Walnut Grove Kv Will sell on rosy terms JOSKlH CLYKINSI luly1S3stfcuupton Ky Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Hv virtue of taxes due the state of Ken Lucky and Wolfe county for the years 1894I and ISo Ior one of my deputies will nn MONDAY the 311 DAY OF AlCifST 1KM between the hours ot Si oclock n m and I oclock p m at the courthouse door in the town of Campion Wolfe county Ky it be- Ing roiintv court day expose at public sale to the hlghuM mind lbest bidder for cash In hand the followingI real estate or so much thereof an will be necessary to satisfy the following tux and costs on same towit IIlljolllIlIg on the year 1601 tax and cost 21537 I ntjolllIllS 18W tax and cost =471 nl1oillilllt ISH total tax and cost fiW This 5th day ofJulr196S I O S W C By 1 K COCKEUHAM D S B MAUPIN H WITII REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOOD- SNOTIONSc Ac PORTS OUTH OHIO s 1 9 i 1 t iI I MAY 4 1 The Largest 2 in Kentucky HEGAHDLESS I I I S 01 llaCEI We lo nut cnJ will takepercoat oil of some CREATSTLEADING Jlundnd wits of Clothing co 1 wo have put the knife to the COME AND S750 Nothing Cash With You When You I I ItHtx Flannel color Suits guaranteed sowed 700 per suitt rrl 1 Four which sold at 1n0nnd worth I conts 75 cents 111111 worth fine wool cassimore at i You Never Buy Good LuI LEXINGTON DDH1Qjlp KY u u uuu 3rCz0BLACKSMITHSAND t RSJ IIA7ErJiHEJ KEXXUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS rWE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited PcIlrnBtJii crjfl = LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor nnC2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE jjSpecinl care taken of teams for Commer i cial Travelers Parties conveyed to any point ir on liberal terms Patronage of the public re spectfully solicited H P PIERATT fjlJ jld Q TIjE 9REAT BJ1 NESS TRAINING SCHOOL 1TjC SOUTH rrtt JW9p 4n NuNDaEC or CUlIUATa HOLDING FINE osmOl II1j4 pvIuPJiiNnAj J RECOIIIEIIOED BY THE WDINC BUSINESS MENQ- fADiIs f I YHE tDUNTBY M lInOlt5lVIt WAJLUJA1TlOGl JClrRrlill Idu ttYI Jq f CPlGl1 r r r C i i HEJ3iAL I r rall Green le C YSJfHap i fe Miss Belle =alyer lute returned fromI bcrsisjtto MnRoffln county I The riding gallery will hl ill full piny attIC1 fair grounds again thisI year T 1ri1 lyir of hl1UUlui courts the JUlt or Carl tiiiza thiN tvice- kiuas 0Ir and Mi WU MlUor of Paris the guests of Mr ruin1 Airs 11 I Jnil arc i r 0 tize i Tho Murpui county teachers institute Rill bo lid during the week k11115 I August II Tbauts JonesJ of Mt PtcrllneJlrs 1 on alt extended visit to her sstcr i l5here ors JII jr i The thanks of the editor nUll his better i are due Mrs Corn Andre for a large apply of Jpia IhmI t Mrs Bertie Jodney told her mint Mrx I Brent Aikcn of Danville are gnosis o lion U odse y and flIThcmusic for the fair will be furnished1 by the White Sulphur baud all arrallgoI ments to that end having been completed Betty the little daughter of 1 V Cecil fell from a swing Monday and I broke an urn The little OIIC is renting tall I Lindsey Ware and Mort Swango Irett la the city today in the interest of theII Hazel1 Green Fnirt Sterling Free- Lance E E Atkinson who hits been visiting relatives in Powell county and elsewhere is again in our midstI Ihaving returnedIIIJ Eiturdiiy I Quite a number have cxpfewed their S intention of making the iloral hall dis 1 play at the fair this year more attractive I than ever before bliss Lillie Hoc daughter of JOH P- Rose whose illness was mentioned ill these column several weeks since is still very low with fever 4IJascom Patrick and James A melt of Jhgoffin county passed through town yesterday afternoon with a drove of 2i cheep en route to Mt Sterling markets If you fail to receive TIM HIIAII after this week you will know that you are in arrears and have been marked olljit our mailing list tive this your ini mediate attention The track at trllir grounds iis nowt in first class condition lull quits a Ii Iifberof hones ire in training Our fair promises to eclipse any previous ellbrU of the association The llirzvt rteTrTairi TvTTT lie held August 2f to 2 Of course Editor I j Spence Cooper + + ill see that Col Ihipp Whin of this city iis booked for one of the judges in the baby show Winches ter Democrat James 11 tfwango one of the brighto est young lawyers of Kentucky and widely known as the silver tongued boy orator of that state iis visiting his tilltde Frank Trimble in this citMcmai phis COllllllcrt AppealsElsewhere in these columns will be found a card of the Kentucky Univcr pity This is one of the best educational desiringto itlifeNinstitutionJohn M Nose of Hazel Green hilsr been in the city tills week He has a tttovhngtoan zen IIndn fine business man and we young glndly welcome lineMt Ster ling GllzettltlSecretary 1ieratt of the Fair associn Won informs us that the privileges are gradually being disposed of One of the mote recent sales has been the photograph gallery which was sold to J IIIIRing of Mt Sterling who will be ontl the grounds and make pictures of ouru pelfand sweetheart while you wnittW11110 coming from Netty to visit rel Olives in this neighborhood the horse drivingbecame at 1aa y A wheel on the vehicle was brodken and Mrs Tyler was thrown out nndIj contusionsbut J Fallea either by note or account RilI1 please come forward and settle atone ae jam compelled to haTe money fly giving this your prompt attention You blaT sago further cost and trouble an NLee i Wo mpHmentnrFair vhiclh Ky1uusto 11ulfecoun t is cOllntiellillwide people lire I prideinstockanti in j the cultit offul1Imen j six successful yenw since its organisation j nnd this the tobesuccessful of till It ought to be liberally patron l ted IseetjonRemember1 prideI dlt1night1 I I I I wnducting a wv t tucCIrul meeting for over cite weeks Diweiuions guar throughhisonce again restored to its former I rolporlsdoing good work ill the Lords vineyard eartMild we trust that he ry on the good work he has undertaken I for iiuiny years to cOllieI1One day last week while mowing in III t meadow on lames H Vests farm Oil lillmore Dalton Calhoon killed nine copperhead snakes A few days previous Jkilledplanted seven vipersi have been killed on the same farm The judge says this is reptillKkilltwenty years that ho hills lived there J A Lipps who represents the Stan dardJ Cabinet Co sold fifteen cabinets duringJ the first five days of last weekI Following is a partial list of those who purchased 10 Pratt lathes H estIM1 lladdix las II Gibbs 1C A Johnson C U Falley and others lie hilt sold fifty cabinets which he leis or gored and will be ready to deliver about J August lIt WOLFE COUNTY Sandfield Secrets W A Oldlield and Itatiford Mannin returned from Montgomery county hint week Uncle Rill McNabh attended court at Mt Sterling last week and reports mar kcts dull Messrs McNabb C Poling have begun threshing for the season They report bad wheat crops I J Richmond DoHnsk l cgan teaching II school at this place last Monday with 11for11 TIll infant child of James Landrnm died Wednesday of spinal niiiiingitk It- traysbrigltintcrestiugb0y5 I of seven months Of such is the kingdom of I heaven July Lf Silixnu Pine Hill PickUpII Pine Hill school district No I open ed the 20th inst under the supervision f Mrs Alice Amyx with an enrollment of 0J pupils increasing to liOi during1 the week Much interest is manifested in cause of education both by patrons students in thU district and we be- peak for them an interesting nail profitable f session if guided by the instructions that their instructress is able and anxious i to i impartProgress seems to be the watchword every department of business here o idlers lounge around but every one to realize that life is earnest and of work for those who seek it- luly27 Cotnttsloau1NT MORGAN COUNTY Jamboree From the Jambs Willie Lockhart is teaching 7th dis school J R DeBusk and wife have moved to their new home on Fairview One of Nels Nickells twin boys died last Wednesday morning and was buried the family burying ground of his fa Uncle Caleb NSckell The little was a year old when it went forth answer the glad callI Come in ye J blest of my father Miss Allie Wilson of the Jambs and Clay Wilson of Red river were married the residence of brides father HolII Wilson Thursday morning Rev Leaner Lacy officiating We wishI them n long journey with much happiness down the pathway of life JulyI 21ItAYH Miytown Minllei Meadows are very light One mere house in town to let Wheat oats and rye are more than average crop+ The farmers in this nel blouo3d GrcII t about done threshing h k E G S ITO E12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY L 1 n4glll1r M1101 25 cents ltals to order nt nIl hours Breakfast from 5 to 0 a m Dinner from110 n tn to o p m Suppor from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish SpecialtyY1rl1 u ci 1n i a 1ixrr William T Ward iit moving to town today that he Ina y bo closer to school Married nt the homo of the bride yea terday Mr George Sexton of town to Mrs Fitzpatrick nee Ilowurd Rev Jerry Lnwwii officiating IJJ li Cecil mid futility of Kxel worn visiting the family of W 1 Sample last s hrinKhlrbushels of nice apples July 711itultsasSpoons Free To All I1rtIl1 in the Christian Standard that Miss AM1 IFritz Station A St1 louiwould give an elegant plated hook 10 to anyone sending her ten Jccnt stamps I M nt fur one ami found iit so useful that showed it to my friends orllcrIi thedishJplace hII hook on the back The spoon is something housekeepers linvo needed J IinclIHJUIIS were first invented Any sendingtellj nroundlimneH1 JiCANXirrn LEE COUNTY Fiucastlo Fishings Miss Kdna Hlackwell who is tearhiifr at Poplar Signboard was in town LtnrI day I The deputy sherills have been in these I party and the boys hun tiken to the j brush H 0 A C and W A Jones made a raid on the finny tribe of North fork Saturday They caught a fine mess toad contemplate going again i School is progressing nicely Work I on the new school house is being pushed j and the trustee hope to have it ready for occupancy by the first of next week B 0 Tones of Hedges was here last IwecI Ilargo stock of goods of Prater Jones He left Monday for Powell county to be at the opening of his son Lesters IhuoI1 think that the saying Politics iis hell was verified by the Pops nt St ILouis Instead of endorsing both Hr all and 1011liS theyshould lave dour they nominated Uryan fur president and Watson a Jeorgia man fur vice presi dent How these tirkH ++ ill1r IwrI mouired can nut he iniMinctl by hI H Mot Amx 1101 l Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Namel Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Cay Without Relief Thero la No Pav u r SmrMAGOFFIN COUNTY Lykiiis Listings Mr and Mrs Sam Patton tare visitingi friends at this place TJios Kceton has gone down the Lick ing with a raft of lugsIi Samuel Reed hiss been engaged to teach at the Allen school house Win Hurton and wife are visitingi Mr Hurtons ter Mrs JudgeJ A lIellII Miss Mary A Oney hits been employed to teach the school in this district She begun teaching on till 20th I Mrs Anna Tipton who has been quite j ill with something like the flux for the past week is convalescent Lafayette Harper and daughter and MJH Laura Kceton attended tile funerals at South Liberty church Sunday j Dr lipton was on Saturday called to I see Mrs George Jackson of the Middle fork of Licking who is quite ill Mrs Trine Long and Mrs Trumbo Xickell of Scllars visited the family oii W Harper lull other relatives and friends at this place last week j A company of U S deputy mmlial numbering about ten hun been raiding in this section in search of illicit distil j lers On lust Wednesday evening they hat nn encounter with the Whitt boys Between fifteen and twenty shots were fired and Wallace Millard who woe with the Wliittc was shot in the leg Aa to the cause of the shooting we have been unable to yarnIj July 27 TImII I WantedXn Idea rtoD rI brlsa you wealthI otect your Vrtie fOIl DC0vt C lateat W I- OMlIUIlINtDII Is j roJ asrdano arac 1 rrt l I iI iOInll 411x1 J l ttot S4 xtooj I IThe Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky pnext session Begins Sop1eber I 18961 l lull C ttr 1DisciplilwI 1t I 1 Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business I fUr nllr 11 1 iis till host opportunity in tho mountains to obtain an oduiation at a small cost Ontnloiruoaml particulars YV4c tItCOlt l Jv1xtc1paI II JEW iEREI having sold any Stable J have gone into the BUSINESS And ask the patronage of tho community I make and repair all kinds oJ Harness nIypricesJOHN H PIERATT o O 1onr Oolites Illicnil 1 rU IllhU Coin rlhKEI l iride lIuanlillJHlronjjrut utbinutscaI c 1 IiieiiI catuioKiiKimill J W MCIMI v CrcMileni allege of the lillK li XINOTON KY DAILY HACK LINE a hlTJI x o Hazel Green and Torrent 11111 I I 11111111illJ FARE 100 EACH WAY paobir in advance at my ollicts in Idizul IIIIIIIINillExprtssJ1 TWO LIVERY STABLES One at Torrent and one at Hazel Green IlOthflf gootllckthe traveling public I nCCOIllIllOdlldull flllrtioiterms Soliciting the imtrnnugc of the public I am respectfully etc JT WAYXiOlt I Air I DINGFELDKUWITH JJOofiinsonJorfonCfl Itnporteri end Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 r39 and 641 Vent Main Street LOUISVILLE KY J A IDAULBEE SI D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY IfirSurgery null obstetrics aupecinlty A HOWARD STAMPER ATTOKXKYATLAW CAMPTON KYIWill practice In the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining couutle All Ituiliien entrusted to ou cure will receive prompt attention J SEITZ WVTw M KERB ft CO tOBIUCM 1- nIrrd61Y Agricultural In Itaints JRONTVN 0 I Ito T g u h QUALITYIWORMSll WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUGE t FOR 20 YEARS Has lod nil WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED i HOLD II Y A II JUtUOUIBTM wrt RT rottfl THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE i Write to T IL QUINCBV Drawer 1M Chlcogo Kccrc r tory of the afAR ACCIDENT CourANV for Information regarding Accident Iniur once Mcntlou this paper lv in doing you CUD save membership fee UlI paid over JOOOOOOOO lot j accidental lujuric i AgentIoI FATF kSREDUCED 1 lirltigptielrlauor lobailill ctiir1 StlrraUnrutNfl lIallIlI I JlIllelalllllllPATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL cnnrMrtitlall Ynr txrilruUre KdilrMM with turap DR SNYDER MTltfriTlirtlrrllliriUalLL OrlWIHrM MIICir tONlfrlTI F prAsalL BYRD ATTORNEYATLAWCAMPTON KY k 9nllectIoiiH u upcclully WT COLVLV WITH I TRIMBLE BROTHERSt i i 8ISii COMBS HOUSE OAMPTON KY J B HOLLON FBormirroR The patronage of the traveling public is reape tulljr solicited Table the best and every ttentlon to the coifort ofeoecU hINDrfInt 1 t1 R K- or jP r 1iiiiiiV1 HIS NEIGHBORS WIFE One year njro In lonely eti re- Id sit and gnxe ICFOH the why Into a home where early Into At all hour things were bright and nay A couple young and free trout care Alas how dreary seemed ny lifer For who wan blithe und witching fair The girl I galled my nolKr iri wife 1 One year lgohow could they guess That Kllmpaet of their jmrndlse And token of their happiness I Were oft nijsti d by envious eyes1 I learned to tRio 10 other mute I swore that ho hud wren it my llfo For could I invu hut ohuiiRCd the plan flhod not havu been my neighbor n wife One year nWh And now there sltti- HoHldos me witching fair end Kay fho girl tI loved and now Iicru tulle Another Klrl across th wuy fet Im not fnlrio nor irliu he And ho and I are filinm tlr life She with isle sister dont you scot And now HimI IIs his noljfhbors wife Kllu It 1earce In Brooklyn Life A COMEDY OF ERRORS It all cnuic about through listcnln tl the parlor door 1 KnvosdroppingI iIM ilwiiyh a rcproh Mislble proceeding lull when indulged In by a person who bus Koocl grounds for believing that hut pcrhonH own self foniiH the topic of con vermilion likely to be overheard tin practice becomes altogether iinparilon nhle Without illHiring In tin least to juutlfy tin bnatli of good inannir iommlttcd when IIKmmu Kummcrfori applied slyPar to tin keyhole of our best room door on u rirlnln lniortan ccaslon that happened quit recently I am constrained to Ithink novcrthi ICHH that tlnri VIIM HOIIH little oxous for my bihitvior Yon HOC it seas Hid thin Harry Hut turllulil thc son of Col Muttorflild uC tin HrltlHh fiulytylM desperatelyI I III love with mi anil I hope I am out overstepping the bound of maiilinl moiliHty by admitting that I was very fniitl of lilm III riliirn Harry und I HrHl nn1 at daneoglvoi by a annual friend elllllll4 In tin man nijr of the Htory books we fell In lim with Path usher nl fill Ntnit wv won uit slow III 1udhlg ntit IlO V III HI 11111 nilJ acquaintanceship Hurry WIIH 1111 only son nod I a wile sorting diurhtcr IIIJ that we had something In commoi outside the affection that drew Uh together Harry lived with hiM f11I1ern milltnri ullleer retired on JIll pray at Keniini Ion and I resided with mine in a link i villa at lapMiin but although tit lisliuce wparallng our Itwo abodes win grout hurry Kentrally managed to i pcnd Ithree or four evenings n weoli t on the Surrey side of the TluumH- My papa hind formerly been in busl UcU In the Itarbiean hum having made 1 lib pile lu IIItoIT Ids horses with till fveepllon of a favorite gray mare and bought the aforetiid vllln which hence forwiird became our home Hurry was eonneeted with a riding iclmnl nt Knightnhrldgc and COIIHC rpitiiilly know something about horses to thud on the ivonlngs he visited us tie need III spend I Kirt of the timeI con versing with my papa nbont mutter equine while the remainder consider ably the larger portion he passed in tiiy VfiuTjifiny discoursing of love One toms after working lilniHelf up to till rg11IMite purl of passion Hurry made me n proposal of marriage Although I had long MIIII It coming of uourm I pretended in n womans reg ular way that Ills olTer hull quite taken me by surprise and notwith standing till 1111 that I WIIH dying to cay yes I assured him that I could not possibly give him an aiiHwer for it leiiMl 1lyerk As expected lit was o IpressingI however that I consented without further dPluyanll fell Into his irniH in the usuiilI manner while be wldspiyed vows of eternal coiiHtnncy and HO on It was all very delightful I can assure yon and when It cam to it protraeted ending and Harry hind lulcn his leave In the way common to IlivorH I retired to rest the happiest ijlrlI Iin Clapham Harry had told Isle before going that lie lord mime little business with my father In the morning and Mold IIu would Hele till opportunity UIIIM af forded of eltin Phi I1tM eoiiNent to onr marriage When therefore the bell rang early next duind Harry was ad mitted and shown into the parlorwhcrc papa WIIH rending tin anetion IIIWH h the inoniliifI paper of eournu I Unew ivhat his errand was It was a trying time for a woman when her lover IH pleading for her liiind to a possible obdurate patent Not that iI thought my JIIwllh bis wellknown regard Ins my welfiuv would offer any InHiiperable objection to onr union but tieing an only child 111111wllhlie would never give his coiiHont until iiKHiired of llarryBeoiniioteiiey to main lain n wife- I was therefore naturally niixloun ns to the result of the Interview told when It began to gobunduby prolonged I w ft quito on thorns My solicitude nt length became so great that I left the hotiBolcceperH room where I lad been t aims endeavoring to fix my attention on sonic jireservea that required tying clown nod stole on tiptoe along the paRsagc lending to the parlor where my zither old Furry were engaged The door was just ajar and without really thinking that I whiM indulging lIn nfi unladylike action t bout my hnul oiwnnJ 111111 Usiened Uurrytti1 ldiihIi- II Y n t She enjoys pretty good health lsup poser hi linked inquiringly Capital WIIH my fatherH annvxr Never lUll an hours IIIncMH since the tiny elm was horn It WJIH kind of pupa to nay tile but of course his statement was not literal ly correct Everybody has Illness ai KOIIIU time or other In their lives and I WIIH no exception to the rule As n child 1 hud luul whooping cough measles curd the croup among other infantile complaints to say nothing of headache and ticdonloureanx shire I hind grown up JIIIll suppose it war because I ulwuyu made a practice oI keeping my ailmeiits as much an pon slble to myself that papa who tlIJtI not willfully deceive bless him thought I had never IHOII III As I tiny it was kind of him null I quite npprcel ate hits motive I WOK just about trip ping usyayon thus discovering that tin Interview had not ende l when Harry again spoke Is her appetite good It WIIH certainly r strange question and I could not see that it was at all it necessary one hilt I confess I do not uu derstand mens ways Inpa answered my lovers query by Haying that 1 tools mealH regularly and seemed to enjoj heir which I must admit was a fuel Curiosity now made me stay for liar rys next Inquiry liar she any temper he asked nl most directly It wan preposterous Temper II soon should have if inquiries such ilK this were persisted in In fuel It vat only papas answer Not the slight est I uttered b his most assuring man ner that preventedniy developing some thing of the Kind at once As it seas the blissful frame of mind in which I had been wrapped since till previous cvciiiig WIIH as the meteorologists say decidedly Inclined to give way 4It1 though feeling that I had heard enough I thought that as I hud listened to Ho- iimuch I might as well hear a little more I hud not long to wilt I really must say harrystunt m that there an one or two point about her of which I dont altogether ip provr I hadl quite developed a temper nnt which even pipas roxponsi could not iisHinige Well returned my parent of courc 1 dont pretend thatI sacs per feel inn hail take her altogether i+ m wont be easy to help All the MIIIIII I should like to hear what you consider hlIlullItJol Yen indeed and HO should I Wild horses would not make me go away from I the door now 111Hllhl Harry commencing Ills critiiIsm with n deliberation that made my dish crawl site is passable about the brad and face I admit but her neck seeum to me nidnly lung cull her shoul ders have the ippcaranco of bidng a trille too broad Could it be possible I that I titI man giv ing utterance to this opinion was the same who had held me in hit arms a few hours previously sad tiKserleil that I Will the most beautiful creature on IMods earth Iboad shoulders urn by no means a drawback Master Harry lie said for I hey enable her to accomplish a gnat imount of work Yes it was true A lot of labor dil fall to my share and had done since my poor mothcrsibatli three years prey ously lint I went at it cheerfully 1111 without coinpliint Work even to tilt point of exhaustion became a pleasure when performed for an nppreciative fa ther hill it never could hen when don on behalf of an unsympathetic hut band Husband Thank Heaven Hitr ry flat tIlIdtl was not that yellI And then you know went on my lover save tit nmrlchtr figure Iis somewhat disproportionate and she is decidedly fat It was a gross libel Although tint in the leiwt addicted to tight lacing I lonll assert with absolute iiceiira that my last new blouse was only M inches round the waist and I WIIH quite comfortable MI Itl To call me stout under such circumstances crux a cruel untnitli I felt that my love was fast giving away to an altogether dilTerent emotion and It would need but little more to turn the wale entirely StrargelyI enough It wilts my father who applied the last straw Look Inert papa wild after a mo monury pause Im Hurt you onlyI need to get used to her to appreciate her valueI Take her a month on trial nail If at the end of that time you dont like her let her come back again This was more than I could stand The idea WIIH monstrous and how my father could suggest such a thing quite passed my comprehension ItH effect upon me was magical Throwing pro priety good tnnnners and everything else to the winds I rushed into the room It shall not be exclaimed las tionatcly III will never bo a party to such n shameful transaction and then deeming that the occasion etnl iiently warranted the proceeding 1 threw up my iiruiB and went oft Into a It of hysterics winding up with a deiul faint Wizen I came around I wrut lying ou the sofa with Harry bending anxiously Over me Pajw had gone for a doctor Thank heaven you are recovering said harry as 1 opened my eyes Mould that 1 haul lIcd1II I groaned Pray do not talk like that Emmy salt Harry How can you give utter uncc to such a wicked wishltoo GoLi 4ri rf r There Is nothing to live for I unit inured mournfully Nothing No one asked hurry looking Into my eyes Nothing no onol II I answered re peating his words You are III Kmmy he snld or you would not talk in this Ht range way I inn not ill I said rising from the sofa to prove the trnthsof my statement Look at tin for a moment Harry Hut terfleld continued facing my lover fearlessly and lot me hear first hand what you think of me Am I passable about the liea1 and face Is my neck undiny long And do you consider my shoulder brood and my figure fat lIl1 Answer me to my face sir for I know that Is your opinion of me- Kmmy you talk In riddles which I cannot understand 4 IIs not your opinion of me what I just stated V- Certainly nut my dearest Dill you not give expression to those sentiments when talking of me to my papa a I little white ago I certainlyI used thoie or similar terms but not in connection with you my pallysslh1111urysluillugOf then I asked II faint light beginning to break III upon milt Why the gray moue to hHllrt which I think of purchasing for our use when wo an married I fell Into Hurrys arms as I saw my Htupld mistake laughing and tryInghy- Iurns I I As soon us I W IH able I told hint all about my eavesdropping what II hud heard and tit construction III put upon It Then I gave over crying und we both laughed together and wore thus employed when papa and the doctor came The More did nut think I required physicking when be hindI X amined my tongue hO we all wint in to lunch null Harry look occasion to j inform me that papa hud given his otihciit to our union and all the Iliniii tial jmrl of the business wn settled to his entire satisfiietion Thus Illy Iasitu1111dy ut erIorshu h 11 II hllpl1lIlIill 1 fit all and wllllI II few weekI later Ilnrry 1111111 I worn lilted in tie boiuN of tmi4trituony it AIIS by my txprrss wish that the gray hint 111 to drive 1M tllllllllh ridIlttt- sGLORUTTER BUCKETS A Yule TOny TO Mulii Olil TliliiKH Prilly- umlI I i rillIIidtill oxer use bucket iiM II fiime upon which to I11I1lIdl mir talent null uigeiiuitv IfI out yon Kliould ilo H- Oly a butter luiekei is mount tin large uovered idols or tubs in which artificial butter comes They cannot legally ho used for the same purpose second time nnd they hire sold at most groceries for live ccnlH apiece To convert one iinN an article of use nail beauty gelI four plate castors IIlItll Kcrow to the bottom kluge tin lid ou with n bit of leather lino the inside with ohint shoe pockets cushion I lie till and coor the silts with any III bolstering material that meets your fancy making theI silt covering a frill rxr pull 1111 if your goods are rich jr auld heavy Ktrotohing it plain stud IIUI hose u prettier shot box than can IHJ Imade of a squan box Then if you want a heavy substan tial KC rap or wiiMtopaper haslet have theI oastors on as before lint do not hinge till lid IajHr the Inside wiihi n hens glaed scarlet paper rover t hII tinttidetltIi common matting lull on In plaits so that it will fit to the slight flare of the bucket tucked in place and hold byhl couple of munilln ropes as thick as your thumb put on like thu houpu of II huthtt The top is 1111111 with the matting whlh may he srnltlyd tlllllllll 11llillhl nnd bent over iIiIdgtM ntutI1 grunt ii fully twisted rope bundle servos to lift the cover and a couple added on each ede err ornamental null may bo used1 i In movingI tin basket TIlt uses to which these buekotw rev irod 01 painted may IM put are hams merable and tit materials suitable fo l covering Ithem as well They makcnico receptacles for coal or kindling IL stow iige plum for small article of soiled Llothing a bath and linen basket for the body and doens of other things says the New Orleans Picayune One of tit nicest coverings is a such an comes roundI chests of tea IIIl1tII eau lit hind at the ten store for till sag or for n nominal price The matting overs too can bo enameled gilded or left plain us one pnfers and according to the use to which the bucket in to lx mU llaltimore American ii Clue Dillllltloilt Alexis Piton a native of Dijon iIs icfhaps most notorious for his epitaph Here hits Piron who was nothing iot even an academician Onu night he whiz nuked at a party If he could tell tho dllTerencu between n woman nil a mirrort1 woman ho replied talks without reflectingI a mirror rc fleets without talking Upon this a lady awkcd Can you now M Piron tell me the difference between a man umll1 mirror And UK Piron remained silent she went on A mirror IH nl ways polished while a man sometimee I8 notN Y lost In Canada moileln of patents are not required unless m eclally asked f1- by the Canadian commissioner of pat f111s I h I l A patent in Belgium costa t100 a TO PREVENT SNAKE BITES AlliKfil Alnlliixl Hmploynd by tlm Kant Indliin Merpeut Clinriiiirii It lugs ofUii been acid tint Indian and African natvcH rhu handle son ices without takng an preciiilion protect thcinsclvos tills till juice of an herb the odor of vhich In said 11 bo very tile taHtofnt to snakes Vnrliii s sMcIos of till arlrttotoihia among tlim the birth wort timid the Virginia smiKoroot him the reputatldi in various part of the world of piscssin the properties of keeping awir venomous ivptilcsnnd in sects and of couiitoniotlngilioirpolson These statements hate as cften been as serted ns ilifpulol by botanist null eliemist hll ace rding o a rrlwrt made I by Mri Hilda a botanist at tho Col onial pork flC Iondiohorry in India he dues recent J satisfied himself thud the aristoloohia ndica really possesses such qualities Tills plant is known1 in Sans brit nsarior hurimoanlngsnnhe One almost bellots ones self perns iug an old 111lh of liIalol IU 1iiulus when rcadiiiKI Mr Sadas icport where ho claims to Jiave observed a chameleon hlthllftlIIIIIIAo11l1lA I a scorpion hurriedly searched1 tot an nristoloeliia bush chill at of its leave The ohamo loon IthenI remained lying in tin ground for i short mo as lifeless a ml finally lilting nil a tlciu itlia fow leaves at tacked the Morpli1 with this branch As soon as the ciitnil adviineed the scorpion tluicd nut tied This sounds like a myth limit M1 Sada 1usI also Mcn that a cobra snak tho iuulof whieli was strewed with irlstolMohin leaves WIIH daed by their odor so that it could bo killed without trouhl The strum ing of nristilochia lens s is tin boit remedy nganst Itb plagtif of insects uml voriuin and n tar i rovinoos of Malabar the natives even I r rry wreaths of the foliage of tit pliiniK upon their heads in ordei to Itpnlsn stlngliift in sects Iabi s era lies in hat country ire also Mill 011111111 by F hit lntids of tliiKo leaves It is high time that nISI reports should bo scicntili ally exnmiued UK to their real viiuo for Itin los of life Iby Miuiko bites in India 1111111IN still enor mous The oxporimonlH of Calmotte and Irasor who oiiim to mike people poUou proiii by gradual1 inoculatingI I tliom witli the poisons ire nut now While ItIexplains to sonn ovtent bow several of tin liidiin Mnnse charmers pOMII wOllldlll II IIysiri 11I111I1ihilll to hi oeulato wit sunk poiso i the iniiiioii 1111111 native iihabitnntN of 1111 ill and ad jacent countries As i old silence charmer luau sold to Mr Sada their secret is octisivey in Ithe iosonproof iiialitios of the ari plan that is the aristoloohia mdica The swallowing of small quantities of tin juice prcssci from this plnnt hint the rubbing of I the skin withIit Iis said to 1 a perfectly raft proonive agninst su Ike bites for I tin reason thin tit 111111i fore fasten ins its fang will urn T ay its head 11111111111 stand tin smell as a conse quence the snake Pima never intliet a wound in xich a way aH to imbed the poison fimij in tit woiid London Iiti11s TELEGRAPHY OF SAVAGES Nearly All Irlhre of Itarlmi litn lluvn u Citilt of SlKiinlH- My I what oeiMilt means do barbarians rapidI tills puled the advance fumes of tIt ilintitm In the Soudan whore the w orlils interest centers now with tin Indians on till western frontiers of the Tinted States among the 1 Ksklmo Ir Alaska in fact with savages in norirly every quarter of tho globe the faoiltv with which information if spread far and wide is marvelous Only with the utmost dilliculty has thus hi tolllgonoc dopartmeiit of tin Ilritlsh arm learned if the movements of Ithe dervishes The Kgyptians Dud theothei native alliesi of the EnglishI army seem not to hays been possessors of the dor lshos secret modes On tin tlier knurl Mohammedans everywhere were ofrthe AngloKg Pt inn army No more pilgrims nre going to Mecca hat all are flocking to till green standard the khalifa Long Isforo the tidings of till Cusor massaero rcuahcd Port Abraham Lin coln the Sioux had spread it uniting their brethren of tit northwest The scouts in rooks column to the south know of It in a tiny or two tumid those with iilibon farther northwest wore not loij without the information To1 irs row scouts told their chief tin next liny nnd till story was discredited Two rliiys alter w14nI4rry rcaehed he battleI Hold ho found his scouts lurid not exaggerated In Alaska several years ago a naval lieutenant on ixploratlon ran abort of provisions Ho pushed on Itoward a set tlement reducing rations every hour When ho reached there ho found the Inhabitants had provided against hip coming and had n bounteous store awaiting hint Tho jxople in the ell ago were of a different tribe front those hrough whose domuln he haul panned tad so far nR he could learn wen not In communication with thenN Y Press Annwertsl What kind of light do wo receive tram the sun asked the teacher tSolar light replied the big pupil Itlght And what kind do we get from the moon Satellite Pittsburgh Chronicle Telegraph v ti 1q LLe A LITTLE NONSENSE perWhy1 ever hoard of Shes too etatoThe Catcher roughly What doI hotl11tJlooternj Nothing Im the unipr you know1 Philadelphia ort American 1munpJltulam do you Drench Lady of the House MJ cI I SpanishZtNonlndai1 fear that 1 shall have to auk youf0 Homethlng to ell In plain KnxIUh Chlcago Hocord bethoI OlllfIWlIwruabInJr110llrhtlrTcll WhatIHI eaWllnuurraI The fox 1 Inid jumped and jumped lull jumped lie wit down with hit tongue out hind eyed Ithe unnttnlnaWi fmdllt4ie11ceairily how careless of me not to na JI1IJleIIolllwno Washington Star An old follow who had lately bui led his fourth wife tins accosted bl an acquaintance who unaware of hj bereavement linked low Is your wife Cnpn Plowjoggci r Waal1 replied the captrdn with II Ho141II11 not to say s id countomince wnil to tell the ttvwth Im Ilnder out of wire just nowN Y Tribune Sorrowing jrouble I nines knew snob u woman fur borryin thrul bio remarked Mrs Dolan as KsMn 1iifforly next dare Slit is replied Mrf Dolan Oi had rayson to notice thot same peculiarity ylstorday after noon while yrx wor out Yc1 MM Yes Jho kern over an got the Iloain a v yor bieyele14aslringtrnl Star LAMPS ARE VERY ANCIENT Soniii IlietH InI Tlitlr Illntury Which Art Mil nod Inleretlin- git tin rptians lias i on ginII the honor of inventing the lamp but IIt seems more bun probable hat they re colved it from the older riiliittoa of Italia The lamps originlilyi I iisid by the Hebrews the ili rypiiniK hind the ireeksI woro hi Iii ph v lint sels with small hamlo at one end and lit the slue a Mil 1111 I IIIIIJI etioii iih a holt funning a nole In th back Will 11 larger opeiuig hlllI while the 1111 wan poured 111till used was pi norally vcg otiiblo but nccuiilIig1I Ilmy it wit sometime of liquid bitumen The lamp iomm inly used in Egypt lit the present time is a sin ill glass tea sol with a tibo in titI bits tnhii III which is laecd a wieIIf l1 ton twisted around a M aw The common kunpo India is a small earthen nicer with ia bit of twistci cotton for w hle The ordinary tnvolerM torch or lamp In India is a bundle of strllof rags on the end ofetitk1Ith oil poured over lU In Hibl lands t hI up common Ily used is a small earth ware plate with the edge I tued a1 to make IIt hold a small quantity of til Among 114 must Deaiitiful ralni 01 antiquityI that havi been IIscncel art a great nuinicrof KgvptihniIirttkand Koman lamps formed a clay nictn terra cottti ami brnnc i he mnsiuu at Naples contains tit fIt variotyo specimens to bo found anywhere Those wore ocovord from the 1tlirmMof Iompeii solid Horotilnnonm Sonic lamps were hung with chains to lironc cnn dclnbra SOt o wen lappet ted by beau tlfulI bracko In 17SI 1ti di Argn till n Swiss residen In London made an entire Devolution Ii artificial liirht byintetiprg a burner with a tire lute wick tho flame beinj thus Hiipplinl with an iiner and ItD ouKr eurrcii of rair Ti Argnnd wi ulsoI owe tit invention of tin eummoa lain eliiiuiiy h4svnsy4yltsironaof iiKrciiKii ig h light jrhvn out by the lamp thus iu haii ir ventedI and to that end he made mutiny experiments but nil to no purpose One night as he slit at his work table thinking In nothvd an olt flask lylnjl near off sit ith th hot f nil hind bftft brouoiiI lovlng a iongm lied fnnnfl dinpcd tulip lit cinlcsH Bicctdlhis- ill nlld1II1Jtoi1 without thonfflit lilaccd it over till flame rf his lamp riio result astonished II lit dolighlN lim for the Ham becatii a brilliant vhite light Argand mud pract leal use t1 tit hint tuns given him 1by devising the lamp chimney JiHadiIlM riin K- Hf Ccllllllllt Resist The proprietor of the artificial hub niporlum wins downeaHt and sad The lust three vietiniH of the trolley car hsl tit died after amputation of the lower ncmbcrs soul thereby a lui spectiroaa10 was lost A trash following IL scrcalnl iroused him from his melancholy III L moment tilt unconHcious form of an injured hunijrlHt wits borne into his tore He had collided with a beer vagon and his legs were hopelessslf rushed Slowly the Injured Wso opened his eyes soul looked about hta Your legs my friend Kald the nrtl tidal llmbmuker with well fclgnclsor rust must amputated Ah ssid- the homorlHt tecing an opportunity J j uake n threebagger hit then o- urrememtriumph on his pallid face he Ttlopw into unconsclouBnes WnaUlugto rime r i x t w r r y- i TUB rARMING WORLD r SIMPLE EGG TESTER i Krrprr hhould lie Without I 1ft IQullr1 Olio of Tlui Onetiling that It + cryesentlnl IIII by C llhcr l urtlfltlnl or theI- IltuIIl thIDg egg way Iii flu tenter Most coinimnleK scud u tester with cubator lcrlTInchIIlC theysell free of ehargc Vor those who are not KO fortunate have one 1 will UH you iIIIY to miikc 5 lt jl longrfronlt a hoard threeuarterH of an- LA nineyttd tliMf allI six lllcluH w5lt IIKO ila pieces 10 inches long trout a pino J beard nine IncheH wiclo and onehalf un Incb thick nutrkiugone with the fig 1 and the other L In ono end ofate o1nw three notches 1II l the IcUtr tf About Kcvcn IncheH from tile end of N0 2 bore a hole large enough to rJtteII piece of thick magnifying glow Hhosc roundI disklike ghwKCK found on he sides of ninny lantern glohcH will doThe center of the holt should be seven jafbiH from the end whatever the sizei cf the hole On one Hide of No 2 nail around the frame OfItutS 5xb tlnbole a square tltaU Iwlng hill lnh sijuare See Fig j This done fit out n plceeof leather 4jiiiehes tthe centerabout sgnnreIii of this cut an or hllplJI hop ibout 1s i inelies long lad 1 Inch1 side at its widest point Null this on the frame just made and nailedI round the hole then nail the four boards la the form of a box placing 101 Olid No L opposite each other Be sure and have I the end of No I thetJall Nt the notches rut in it placed downi id the tall of No t nearer the teal down also Then cut out a piece of heavy tin Urge enough to pupil the top part IIII the lbox In the rater of this cut aI twoinch hole fur the fumes of tilt lamp to pass i In ungh null nail it on the top cad and your lox or tester willI look as shown in Iig J Now nail a piece of very bright tin or reflector lx6 Inches on the i IIsidof the box just onjMMtc the hole with the glass in It It IK now icidy to be placed utter a lamp vv hie h should be JUKI high eiiouuh that the Ihiiuc will come up level with I the center of tin hole with theI glass illIIL Hy plaiinganeggoii thcjggshajied1 hole in tht leather over the hole withIthe glass in it you will lithlt to ItIthe required n tilts Ise a No 2 horn trliuap turdI test the eggs in a WIUIIIIl lark room iKterti HIIIIiIIiriiuncl Mom rill IiMillrv Probably nn people in the world Wite KO iniieli as the Americans situ fly Dirause no JM ople have so much 1 that tan be vvjiifil it seems 1 great loss qllllllliltHff tllIJnlili I g10 I I tutt09Illcgrttone I ten She uses I putt tto make hone airJ I cart to nol6gg shill thud HOIIIC ifIt liraIflataitegnen stute hunts can hall I inifl from tin butcher at a very low t Wfe And in iiimtry places can dunkera hI had I pnileUH vast amountt 1 f wualile food matter going to waste In he mentioned larmcrs Keview Ru 11111Dollhaterinulualltnrrttthegmtlltityafgrta I e gH usedI to it A fie tludietItfoIIIe111 iHJb or inllammation of liltII kindtlssliiIsaJorg4ntlllYfs everyI summert uvIItrata hiourc mure richly supplied witiwl thou titOItluulityis1 II FulJUUJOctI j HuuunrtjiroviilujfoolMition hetopvturingI0eptSoJUngItsthepaUltrycunIto ilttlnlllatton IIJeh IapnlnltlItJlnunrkMtntultry ytuxlidt1euvdroptsI l Pann atI it117th Jslcetcnrehttrtl the t aptWhatever full hltn f the trljcr crops inthe to have matured should be rp and omcthlnf planted instead ARTICHOKES FOR HOGS Vied with UrMt SUCt1I In KMIWM o e FeedSoilnutunlly rich If not Hhoulil be henlyj nnitre If poi IIIi lilc making n mellow bed riot less than1C IneluH furrowfourI optKMhiiiK ono to 1111118 IIpllrInforCOlllurc small ulie Th one horse andI single shovel to cross plow them Itefore tthey begin to bloom be careful out to plow too near the hill or deep enough to break tthe young 1 tuber idiootK beginning to form nt that tinge When in bloom hill up HllghMy after this Keep weeds out and surface wlIIIcl to II dplhof nn lIIh to ho Id molHlnre At this period they neetll developthemI trouble In the seniuirid section dry weather during the time when they are making themselves Should seasons be favorable look eat for II bushel every six hills In siiinmer wliei green pasture j st11re turn thr hogs in 10 help then Ithselves The value uf arliehnkes is not so mueli in the fattening qualities as in furnishing a food to regulate the bowel1 and cool Ithe vstem while hogs art on a corn dirt Thin ua61 InillI 111111111111M food when fed iith other dry feed Cnus hoiMH sheep i 01II ItIulcls relish them Artichokes shoal be dittf before ground freeen mid Ktor 1 where they ean beI gilt In feed it nn time Irceiiitf ours not hurt I hem itIIlIti Ihr trust Ite allowed to draw out before i ilinKbiK or removing from t lie pit hII bisliels It ill plant an acre MI II Aljt berly in I arm and Home NOTES FOR BEEKEEPERS lhs do not hint to be htltdld hhislil ft tent will repel all quillk motion We can only xeeiiie the best result + in surplus honey from strong colonies I Foundation for comb honey nuiHt llu made very thin thud of the best quality of was All objectionable Mock ean be keptI from breeding droncN by usiuj1 worker coinbH eclusively The hives should be miked siillieientIr ly from the ground to uluiit of a ire circulation of air liecs werete wax onlyal times 1111 IIIhl when ncecswiry to furnish tonifro room for honey or brood Alsikc clover iK a jood crop to g1OlI j j cHpeciully for the bees and honey I j is out ltIplthat bees hcnitit I Firntehu comb honey is made only during the heaviest How if nectar andI IIj only at a time of ht avy How h I My stimulative feeding it is potwihlu to have colonies sn tu wing ten dny u r two weeks earlier than if left to theni epees It reipiires the strongest eolonies 1 to work rill comb honey and these must h tearuvl rnphll lit Ihe bclhnliug tlrI the How lies arc much nmm liable to If cramped for mom Care In this re sped will largely prevent inneeetwary swarming 1111111hintf can readily be done by the use of dl vision boards A swarm of liees will rrldou1110KIILl i ItIi r no ipieen cells are 1111111 IMyI rcniov iny them swarming will lie prevented I II new cells ire formed It is It mistake to draw from strut brl0I stocks in early uprlnjf to lengthenI weak ones lltter put Itwo weak olu tOKtlier tand llow jfood ours to remain An examination the hive should bo made and nil nnneeewury brood comb worthflew drones is very objectionablebt Louis HlII lIeIIHlMV Mliell lit fund III ItHIIH t The Poultry Kccjier says To know i utt much to feed lest weigh the fo 1 i for a certain number of owls and let them eat until this htat one walks uway mil Wlwl Then weigh the portion leftover The difference will be the eaten It must h remembered II that tllldK 111 not rat the same jf juantity races Jay but the wlghngo f till laud will give you prae leal knowN tdgIIf about limv much n flock will ctrl Jlaving determined thoi a meshI quantity mnhe It a rule to feed one third of n meal or oat over onehalf in morning KO an to make the hens and AtIlIGhthc them n work and licllltch meal lever allow any of the fool renudn over but clam out till tlOugh JllIo nevergJto the OWJIJJlDY tiling to eat at noon a fo HAKE AND STURGEON onmhliiB About theFrrdlut lUblU et lline Two FUlick- j The hake which grown to be eight or Un iKiunds or more in weight lout no tWIJtllltllcwhich grow one on each ride from the rrxtrlvue stdIreThefeelers nee perha s a fifth nH lung a the fish whitish in color and very sleep nenrlyiotheylug a single branch projecting front t the brunch iMIng not KO long its the main stem It is Koniethlng like a two tined fork with one tine longer than tho otherThe hake Is mainly1 a hot totndeedhlg senrehtagabout It carries them lying straight and snug against its sides but when it In using theta it anydllettJoti pointlug might throw both feelers forward as a 1111111 might throw Isis hands up over hip head or it might throw oncout forward Irom I the IItIIIII an angle of IIr degree and till other backward from the hotly HI the same angle III fIrrsutt trl srnsitlrr to tnurh and the tlsh swings them about with Trent ipiiekness and facility curving t IhtndK to bring them to bear morcdl reetly The hiliIIIIM small llsh hilt it ruts ehielly nod likes best small eriiHta ICIIIIH of one sort mid another crabs nod shrimps tend so on which It find nn the bottom It swims alongI close lei the bottom wed touching along with 11101 feelers as It goes It may come to a littlccrahout of sight but covered with nnla viry thin layer of iniiil or saml The crab liable toiilaek from variouc rnrntirs ahrinlcK tram 1100 till dtlltttlr touch of the hurlers feeler communi Jsintd to it through the sand Slight ai yielding of the sand may be It IU communicated to the hake by ifxnsi live feeler The helper aJepo M H lids nverriin the spot It Lacks tr It If theI Irycr of mini or snare over Ilurtih iii- s veryI thin and loose It might newer It ntvtiy with its feelers it would be mor likelyI however to di place It with it 11111111111111111TillI delicacy of touch It may run over I bed of sea lettuce lying in light puffv Irtngitsfcclers forward as it goestheend of them curved downward like Iliigcrn l j lad feeling along with marvelous gnili l tress 1IIIIIIhhlll11I1I1 with perfect eer I alnty of touch The sturgion has four barbels two nn each ridof the under side of the head forward of till mouth which IIf uses in providing itself with food In Mimcwhat the same manner that tie hake uses its feeler but the Hlnrge in has another and vastly rougher method supplying itself with food ThcKliir ycon of the waters hereabouts grows It ivelghj run pounds or more it has n lonir IoI10lliITIM mouth M hich IK on the under sidcof head and at some little distance back from the point of tthe hIIIIis what notjI throantI I I tl I oinelhiny asa 11sraptull I might be the mouth ofa hundred pound sturgeon would project two i r three inches and 111 sturgeons mouthI has a powerful suction The sturgeon IIs exclusively a bottom feeded It Ilkesany sort of crustaceans Mich im shrimps and crabs and is partic ularlyI loud of such luollusks as and snails Iur Its 1+ izthr st tIII1II1I rntlwr II Mlllltll mouth It lIIIIt lIt 111 large food and it would be pretty slow fOlltl1Inm and plows a furrow ten or twelve j I fret lonir Iin the rand Into this furrow Irop erMUnand other small crustacean snails nnd damn that may have been islodtrcil by turning up tilt mud 11111I j maybe swain rand shrimps need any lie tliere torn Ilittlej I time or follow the furrow perhaps to get out Instead ellmbintr the Sidra TIlt sturgeon tvaitK until the water has settled n littleor the tide him carried away thM hlekcHt of the Hnnting rood mid titn nn if11 barkntrr the furrow with his JsllursHlip bps lrIX VKiin 1111 In IlrortYILl TIlt statcmiilt low been frequently1 iiiwl that man of the new artesiiiu wells on till drsrt of Sahara occasion eject mull lull This statement dfscrndHtdIvhrbIIIIK been proved to lie ttrue by M Desor of tilt Swim initur lint After his return from a trip of exploration In Xorth Africa MI Desor wrote as follows I foundI hundreds of flit In the RtreaniH ieadlng from the wells out into the olds It is Imposiible that they should Louie from wry place else than from out the well for the water IK not in ommunleation with any basin creek 1InJnlnThin most curious thingI respecting hem IK that although coming from IItdepth of fran any place between 200 500 fret they are not trickly or into 1111 lCII and JUMP large and perfectly I formed eyes this Ir contrary to the cnernl rule Kiich crentureH from Hiib IJewlllChroulcit M f ARGUMENTIto 64 If there is any reason why you should use there youwyou sarsaparilla you take it to cure disease you want to be cured possiblelhatquickly and cheaplyand it cures to stay Many people write usII I would sooner leave one bottle of Aycrs Sarsaparilla than three of any other offlyers onyotherkind lof three it must have the strength of three at the cost of one Theres the point in a nutshell It pays every way to use to Ayers Sarsaparilla II The North Pole made use of at last Ie I tie x I r I PLUG I 2 Always at the front and wherever i theIS I g markable for its fine flavor and quality g 31 as for its low price A 5 cent piece Ig of II BATTLE AX ttis almost as S large as a JO cent piece of any other iE equally good toba- ccomtmtildzs S tSel fj tI IThe SMALLEY FAMILY OF I I FEED SAVERS BUT Quid al Work Oirfiuiili Iru ml rM 1iixllivre end ilir iilli r i ITU Mirriltlcr Iriil tipp- leIurrrnLrlnlIb I + 0r I IIIIITH iiul IMV rro par aprrnln0 Oil pnuphrrr liiuli li- n rdlir viryui i in t f kr rnnddaauun- n U H tiai I I Voiiirl Itoiinil hu r1 now to tiulllil lleilit repal x rum irntin l rlo klrnlvr Im rdlo f n i liliH bane CliuHnjr tlm Ilr- wlahlrrrdnet itii iinrlot 0d rrilliiK rln out haw t inaku ii IriO ultli atluyisl II you iiiiriir lliln ItiixT OMALUEY MfO CO Mimltowoo Wlo You carm reach- praCIlcally oil the great resorts America 1 by the through car lines of- Americas Greatest Railroad New York Central u lId WHISKY fc blifm4 Bookieit OPIUM It br I H WMtUT 4TUIT1 01 11 run ramwn i l0 etaa 8oIR4 b des W DRESSMAKERS 1FIND THE ONL- YORIGINAL In This Country IN LArt de la Mode And nil tho wont ro Ilithin liifortnutlun on- tho ijucHtlon or drcsw Order of your Now drub r or IIIIII nli Conte ni rnmVritii edt to for tlio Just Number I fur 1111 THE MORSEBROUGHTON CO 1 IO mASt XOtla lOtrootOcL6lhArrndliroalny NEW YORK IAMan DESIGNSPUBLISHED bllratcheep Well linlilnuOut Ifit took our n I Tito anrl bought ono or our mod eruund Jratclp Well Machinesenddld87ODUworth of rttllllnir with Ittail Jllir There ure men who tetlun to tekerlorldvlce when ptiltIooaiIIFY lfdrllO OHIO h When you come In hot and thirstyHIRES Root beer tronadpkteA STOPPED HEART AM-A N KE 1011 WHEN 1VKITINO TO AltVCKTIHKKS- pleato date hut you MlW rho AiltrertU newt Iw thla proper 7 T I t Y- ri ii iiI cc 4 4iTEODORE ROOSEVELT On Tho Enlorcemont of Law and Reform It faa dlscrcdit to iijjnsa people that tli n artunlly can bo room for jygufncnt into vhethcr tho Inn of the lund shouldlle1 cliould not bo enforced T think and I jjperiiteflftor nnio experience as a local legislative olllcer that the chief evil front which we Htiflbr In the furl that the Inx enforcement of laws of all kinds lens given the impression to the average Ic ixlator that It ill a nfc thing nt linjMiinn to put any law on the statute find then to trtMtjthe law will not be cnforcod so as to ploaso some body tslso And in speaking of the enforcement of Ilaw I want to protcit As emphatically as Itan in tho name of decent citizens against llif habit that has grown up of maudlin sympathy for the Jnwbrcalior There arc a large nitmbur of people who apparently do not mind any form of killing except judicial killing They nro not shocked in the least by a mnrder but they feel terribly when the murderer is hanged When Kinriid was on trill ill Washington for killing cxCnngremnn Tatilba a young woman from Kentucky 1 camo into the civil service Oomrelslion rooms ami said i 1not jjoinjj to see tlio trill of pour Mr Klncnitl I nnidi Poor Mr Ivincaid1 I IIWJMJ they will hang him 4 She was itppiilloil at such brutality UhiU hang Mr Kincnid I am fo sorry for Mr Kincaid Iisaid Yes but flI was sorry fur MrI Tnulbuo Art you nut sorry fir IHmf fhI raM 1ewaq sorry for Mr Taulbtc hilt Mr TmillN r H lead Whuri 1nt kteas body was taken back to Troy after citytpopulation turned out to do honor to this Ulan who hadl boon killed fora I culinrly iitfninnu and brutal mur lIer committed in the rtlrt to do his part in overturning x a whole feyitcin of jovernwent because that Iis what itj nieniiH iii overturning tho fnlrnesi and honesty OI elections If the man had boon shot leading a forlorn hope on the fitId of battle and had been a soldier of the must ilitttingiiiftlied gallantry and of iinblemiahrd private lifo ho would not have had ono tenth the honor given j him nor one tenth the regret exprmwd for him that sNS cxpreuod for tint murderer Wlmt does such an evrnt mean It meann thf re art a largo number of people in this country who need to be educated upnod educated up if necessary through I drastic tnethaleto tin idea that a crime cliould 11fII punished and sympathy iin out fur the criminal but for tho iethllIIn Xow York Htjr I have endeavored to make the lawbreakers especially those along certain line of 1111ii eostrnl immunity undentiind wo are not playing Iiss iiitliwconiii with criminal hilt trying to catch thum I nod after we hun caught to puni h them I millI in tin i HHIIIU tray you will have to make those lawbreaker who belong to the dangvrou clMfuMn the violent type of criminals the man who don violence xml lukcx property IIIIIIIis willing to take life If noccneary you havu got to maku that trawl understand that ho who draws the sword it tllljCOItli I which cannot t pare a tour for the victim of the law 1 breakers hilt which lis only too ready to weep when the j lawbreakers themjelvea reap the punishment they MII richly deserve I Iitmakes very little difference what form of defiance IIflfI which interferes with traffic on the railways it may come in the idmpe of mother web which lynches HII tt ollundcr or some mnn whom they think is an offender it twig cows in till lcs noxiom but still very noxious form of disregarding tho law in favor of some powerful interest whether this bo tho liquor interest or nay other j It In worthwhile to point otil to tho loiter apologists for tho transgressors of certain kinds of lAw that WI4I1i ington marched an army into Western IeniiHylvania to i put down the whisky insurrection and beer is no more sacred than whisky j Nothing iis more repulsive Iin our public life thou tlaeI tendency to deify mere smartness that is tin ten I 111Ij honesty and morality A self respecting community III community quick with the spirit of stalwart honesty will regard tho clever criminal with even moroabliorence thou the stupid criminal and will war upon hint relent Icwdy and it will war no levy relentlessly upon thy man who whether in public or private 11ltnl just short of criminality but who nevertheless debauches public sentiment more than do most rctual criminals Sumo years ago a United State senator announced that purification of politics was an iridescent dream and that the decalogue and the golden rule had no place In public lifo Iliero is unfortunntely a certain under of j intellect which is prune to admiro just such IIInlld vicious cynicism and to the admiration thus excited the woids of the senator didl Innings Washingtons whole life is meaninglecs if it does not show that the decalogue nod tho golden ruin should form tho tandnrd for public mOil abovo nil others A man who is a Ilrillilt t phra e maker lull uses his ttettntl to 01V lice whet iis low nod baso is unlit for public lift in a commonwealth which iphIbis Iis evil It is true to an even greater extent of the lioldr polltieiuiiB who actually do whnt iis evil The mnn who steals a legislature tin mim wlm wins a governorship ItIwholofiiio fraud and violence at the polls the wan who buys sciwtorahip by bribery whether with money or l otlicc each and users ono uf thseI will bo rtJlllciHated ItI any community which puts into practice its belief iiljj Washington grennlessIho Advanco Chicago Jo K Hates of Salt lick was hero Monday lie says II tho now railroad is graded to Licking Union n distance j of 7 or S miles nod that two stavo machines ore in full blast on Murder branch The road will bo continued 011I up tho river to tho mouth of Hlackwater passing Jtangor 11- fit tho mouth of tho North fork of Licking The com pony has let contracts for tho handing of about SO cot i loges nt Heaver creek wbero they will erect a large baud slay mill This in Mr Hates opinion iis the beginning of railroading in Eastern Kentucky JTo says the rood will bo inndo n standard gauge in n few years end it j will bo mot by other roads coining front tho Southeast I t era coal nnd Umber Holds in Morgan nnd Mngoflln jIlatlt County World 0f- a u eova 4JC mI1 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