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freight nlos arrive and depart irom Nethurlniul JD I1IGSTOIVice Ires and Gen Man CHAS SCOTr Jen Puss Agent I THIS WATCH I isgunrnntotdSl1tJw ns our 1100 WATCHES s toldkeep THE PRICE is 250I This replesentrdt mnnl1fnctstein1ndstonl xeS nt Send in your ordors or call mal sec us when you como to Lexington Fred J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler xzGovernment Building Lexington w BRYAN OP NEBRASKA I Iiis cnhlllttI1tlsJlrIIIIAnd like tinshof eepslirywI Fair fall the light of freedom now Bryan of Nebraska1 eonies with victory on hU brow Bryan of Nebraska I He lends Columbia patriot sons llrynn of NebraskaI million cheers a million guns For llrviin of Nebraska l Atlanta Constitution NUMBER SEVEN Charmed Number In the Lifo of Bryan If the figure 13 in regarded ns mi un number number 7 has noted the In the case of W J Bryan When Democratic nominee for president J Bryan arrived nt Chicago several weeks before the convention convened e put up a hotel the name of which is spelled with seven letters Clifton The assigned him to room No 7 The committee in charge of the arrangements had just seven coupons printed on the ticket of admission and there were just seven business sessions The Democratic convention convened the seventh month of the year July on tho seventh tiny of the month at a the name of which is spelled with just lIecnletterlChlcngo The name of the nominee and by the way there lire just seven letters inllnoll1 knee II is spelledI withI seven Iletters Will seven letters W J Hrynn seven letters He was nominated by II T Lewis seven letters and the first stato to vote for him was Georgia which is spelled with seven letters Lincoln the city in which ho resides and the state whose vote secured him the nomination Mon tana have seven letters each Time chair of the national committee in charge I the convention was linrrityseccn letters and till new chairman is S Jim White seven letters He wens a No shoo and a 107 hilt nail there were just seven states that followed the stan dard of Nebraska for some time before Illinois joined the procession The name of tho club that Mrs Bryan organized is spelled with seven letters Sorosis and ho referred to just seven kinds of business men in his great speech that secured his nomination There were seven candidates for president nominated before tho convention and the sleeping car that carried him to Chicago was the Fredonia sorer letters Free Lance With leis running mate A Scwnll seven letters he will carry seven states to McKinlcys one The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr JJ A Lip is the agent for this county is one of the most convenient articles fur time culinary department that notice It is com hits ever cone to our toolsIbought separately would cost much more fill the kitchen and bo unhandy and in the way Not so with the Stan dard Cabinet It combines cleanliness economy nnd beauty With it there M no vermin no dust no dampness no mildew It saves must no insects no time saves health saves sweeping saves waste of material saves thousands of saves stooping saves evaporation steps saves scrubbing It is a beautiful piece of furniture quid an ornament to nny kitchen While compact and out of tho in hand and need it is immediately ed way in every householdl three times a day for 305 days in the year Bushwhackers in Politics lion C W Mctcalf member of tho Eleventh congressional district Democrat ic executive committee in answer to question as to what the people thoughto- f l dont knowsuitlIIIof round money anything about tho rest of tho state butl If it is to be judged by what they have done in this district it will kill itself j For instance J M Inthnnk of Pine j in the organization as the yule in placed I district HeEleventhmember from the Democrat but has is not a consistent bushwhacker in politics always been a Ho voted for Harrison against Clevelandi in HiSS for Wilson Kepblicnn against Democrat the same year for con Day Ilardin s and for Bradley against grc last He is inconsistent j that is year question It Is rev ills position on any his acquaintances gurdcII as n joke by will cause very near overcoming Bryan majority In time the 12000 Republican district As To Watterson There is a gentleman standing high in Kentucky who avers that Mr Watterson i swore by the silver cross less than six I months gone There bo others equally as mighty in stature who stake their manhood upon tho declaration that Mr Wattenon within n twelve months not yet ended pledged in ruby wine an un dying devotion to Blackburn for senator With his pledge mId his oaths yet ring ing in the ears of his friends Mr Wat terson murderously assaults the free sil ver cause and strikes the stiletto deep into Blackburns back through every issue of his once great paper And this is thin man who prates and shouts of dis honor I Who is Mr Wnterson that bo should slur time honor of any living man or impute dishonor to any living principle Parading AS a confederate soldier he would have sneezed or shaken to death at A whiff of the smoke of battle posing as n champion of liberty ho tamely suffered the Courier Jour ni counting room to garrote his manhood j standing in the peerless might of an intellectual giant he has bowed his neck to a collar of gold and wags his head at his own deep and damning disgrace Today were he either a brave man or true ho would lead in the thick of tho fight among his own people battling for principle whatever that principle maybe Instead he lolls under the vines and fig trees of foreign lands firing off an occasional boss pistol at the limited I Britishers mind drawing his salary in tat content while the battle is lost and won And this is tho man who shouts and prates of dishonor Upon every great political 1 issue Mr Watterson has fought on both sides Ho was for greenbacks and against green backs for silver and against silver for free trade multi against free trade for the constitution and airainst the constitution Without moral stamina a derelict floating in the great ocean of existence ho veers aimlessly about And this is the man who shouts and prates of dishonor I God save the mark anti not save the people when humanity must sit at the feet of Mr Watterson for honorable in spiration Mr Watterson flies wide of the mark in attempting to dictate to Democracy IIis party has repudiated him laid state has disowned him his friends are falling away from him followers he hats none I ho jis a step beneath tho crank i he iis h humbug and the world hits found him out The Henry Watterson of long ngo is a pleasant memory the Henry Wut I tcrson of today is an insane driveler of Paris letters smelling of tho almanac I Glasgow Times I I How a Woman Paid Her Debts A lady in Lexington IIIshI am outI of debt and thanks to tho Dishwasher business I n the past six weeks I have made 530 Every housekeeper wants a Dishwasher and any intelligent person cnn sell them with big profit to himself The Dishwasher is lovely you can wash and dry tho fancily dishes in two minutes and without wettin your hands You cnn get particulars by addressing Time Mound City Dishwasheri Co St Louis Mo There is big money in the business for an agent 1 expect to clear 1000 the coming year I need tho money why not make it Ills CF- rBryans Father Time father of 1V1 Bryan was judge of one of the interior court circuits of Illinois for runny years and although he was not regarded as the equal of Justice Story or Marshall still turned out good decisions and always did a days work of ten hours udgolBryan to ouch court prayer importantlcaso he would precede charge jury with an invocation for wisdom from above He would kneel down and car neatly ask God to advie him On one occasion tho supremo court reversed six of Bryans decisions in a hunch Judgo Purple who was on the supremo bench at tho time met the other jurist shortly afterwardBryan he said jestingly did you notice that the supremo court reversed a half dozen of God Almightys deci sions which were certified up from your court n God was right replied Judge Bryan earnestly uud the supreme court was I wrong in those cases A Change of Heart The Courier Tournal and its journalistic followers have forgotten that as lute as three months ago they wrote flaring editorial day after day dopier ing a probable bolt on the part ofsilver men after the Chicago convention had declared for gold Their editors and I allies discussed the question on the streets anti warned silver men that they must abide by tho action of tho con ven I tion believing nt that time gold would I curry the day They have also forgotten the traditions and history of the party they now betray As late ns 181 2 several states uf the union declared for free sliver and fought for it on the floor of tho conven tion which nominated Cleveland They were beaten then as they hud been many time before but they did not bolt Tho action of the convention was accepted ni tho law of the party and they fell into line Shortly after the convention adjourned t there was n mere whisper of n I bolt upon the part of some of the silver men What happened 1 Mr Cleveland time nominee rushed to tho footlights I and fired a partisan letter nt tho party I in which he pointed out the duty of t every Democrat That duty as ho then saw it was that the majority ruled j that the action of tho convention wns t supreme mId that no man could be n Democrat who refused to walk up amid take his medicine This sentiment was applamlcd by time press of this city mId echoed from ocean to ocean limit that anticipated IIgoldf declaration failed to connect j the slice is now on the other foot and tho other f fellows ox is being gored Where is I Mr Cleveland nowtint great patriot of 1502Louisville Critic I A Chance to Mako MoneyII have berries grapes and pouches nI year old fresh as when picked I use time California Cold process do not heat or seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh aunt costs almost nothing can put up if bushel in ten minutes Lat week I sold directions to 1JO families any one will pay a dollar for directions when they see the beautiful samples of fruit As there are many people poor like my self I consider it my duty to give my experience to such nod feel confident anyone CIMI make one to two hundred dollars around homo in a few days I will snail sample of fruit and complete directions to stay of your readers for eighteen 2 cent stamps which in only the actual cost of tho samples postage etc to me FRANCs CAHKV 021 St Louis Mo J He Was Knocked Out A ministerial looking ruin was having i his say on tho street corner to n group of eager listeners and ho was waking alli argument in support of time gold stan lard Wo must wait for free coinage of gold and silver until wo can immure an international agreement ho said Then the fat man asked permission to offer n tow questions I understand you are a member of the church n preacher of the gospel am I right 1t he inquired IIYel sir you ore right I am a preach er of the gospel mill I did conic out on the Lords side at tho age of IIi years Well whoa then You thought you did right in HO com ing out didnt you and do you yet think so T persisted the fat man Why certainly What are you driv ing nt1 replied limo ministerial looking gold man with asperity Oh nothing except I wonder why you did not put off timid thing of coming out on tho lords side till by interna tional agreement nil tho heathen in the world would do tho same thing 1tI lime crowd laughed and time gold bug fled Ice Cream Mado by a Now Process I have an Ice Cream Freezer that will freeze cream instantly Tho cream is put into the freezer and coven out in stantly smooth and perfectly frozen Tills astonishes people and a crowd will gather to see tho freezer in operation mind they will nil want to try the cream You can sell cream nn fast as it can ho made anti sell freezers to many of them who wouldnot buy an old style freezer It is really n curiosity and you can sell from jto M worth of cream and six to twelve freezers ovary day This makes n good profit these hmnrd times anti is n pleasant employment J F Casey Co 1M8 St Charles street St Louis Mol will send full particulars ant infor matson in regard to this new invention on application anti will employ good salesmen on inlnry August Forecast A storm period is central on tho Cth bringing warmer weather and fallingxbarometerending in bluster thunderclouds and rain in many places on andrnext to the flth and Gth Warm weather will predominate growing In heat until past tho new moon on the 8th it calm nates in more storms about tho 10th and llth A breath of cooler air from tho polar regions is likely to come over most parts from these reactionary movements About tho 11th a warm woo will origii nate in tho west low and falling barom eter will be observed and during tho liUh to the IUh storms will touch all sections In their progress to the cost Great summer heat will prevail in all sections east of tho actual storm areas but this will break down ns tho storms pass eat leaving moro pleasant weather behind taint will fall In many places The 22d and 23d bring reactionary per turbations causing warmer with low nt mosphcrlc pressure and storminess Tho Venus equinox is now in force and change to sudden cool is likely to follow great heat nnd storms This will be es pecially so during tho storm period 28th to 31st The month promises to dome with cooler weather prevailing generally Earthquake tremors need not surprise toward the close of tho month Spoons Free To All I rend in the Christian Standard that Miss A M Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten 2cctit stumps I sent for ono and found it so useful that showed It to my friends and mantle 13 in two hours taking orders for tho spoon Thu hook spoon is a houses hold necessity It can not slip into tho disks or cooking vessel being heM in tho spoonissince spoons were first invented Any can get u sample spoon by sending ten 2cent stamps to Miss Fritz This iis n splendid way to make money around home Very truly JU1 JKAXVKTTKS Our Coinage The gold eagle weighs 270 grains The 11 gold piece weighs 130 grains The trade dollar weighs 470 grains rime 20 gold piece weighs filO grains Tho 10 cent piece weighs 110 grainy Tho 20 cent piece weighs 77lt grain The bronze cent piece weighs 48 grains The gold dollar coin weighs 208 grains The cent nickel piece weighs 72 grains The half cent copper weighed 131 grainsTho silver ft cent piece weighed 208 grains Tho twocent bronze piece weighs Jfi grainsTho tiolhtr of oar daddics weighs 411 trains Tho common quarter of silver weighs 101 grains The 3 cent silver piece weighed 12371 grains Tine fineness of our gold coin Is about 90 per cent Tho oldfashioned copper coin weighed 204 grains The quarter eagle or 250 gold piece weighs C7J grains The 3 cent nickel piece now discou tinned weighed 30 grains rime standard dollar weighs 9121 grains Bo Sure Yon Are Right And then go nhead If your blood Is impure your appetite failing your nerves weak may be sure that Hoods Lea- rsapnrilla is what you need Then take no substitute Insist upou Hoods and only Hoods This is tho medicine which has tho largest smiled in time world- IloodsSarsnparilla is the One Iruo Blood Purifier 1 Hoods Pills are prompt efficient nl ways reliable easy to take easy to operate C P Clioiiault chairman of tho Dem ocratic campaign committee for tho 10th congressional district is in receipt of numerous letters from the gold men who made gallant fights for their rights in regular Democratic convention but now that the free silver men are tho nominees of tho party have expressed their wil lingness to help tho ticket along Among tho letters is one from F A Lyon jr of Bentty villc who iis n very influential man in his county Among other timings Mr Lyons says There iis not such RI thing as a gold Democrat in Leo county any more they arc all for Bryan and frco silver and many Republicans are falling intolinoFreo Lance J Wo need money pay up ff a n L G rt F I t 3 THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t t KY =P Y THE SONG OF BETHLEHEM s soft through ttis twilights gathering gloom Whore fancies wake and momorlcB throng through the dim sllenco of my room Thorn floats tho echo of a song n o old sweet song of Uethlohem p Onco more by flrollRhtn fitful glow A child upon my mothers breast Bho softly rocks ma to nnd fro And rings tho song J lovo tho best Tho song of starlit liotlilolimn j Again tho old familiar place The shadowy flickering on tho wall Tho firelight shining on her fare While on my car tho sweet notes fall Tho star tho stnrof UothlehcmlI That tender taco I see It now In halo like the holy light That crowned tho Hebrew mother brow Who on that wondrous starry night Caressed tho Babe of Uothlehcm Tho embers die upon tho hearth And turn to ashes dull and gray Uut through tho twilight still I hear Ijlko ono who sings fur tar away Tho old sweat song of Itathluhom Tho vision fades my arcane Is post On the same hearth the Iran still glow Would God tho shadows that they chit Were the same shapes as long ago When her sweet voice sang Uothlehom Gone Is tho song and sho who sung Is numbered with tho vanished years At twilight hour at tiny begun I listen longing through my tears For her who sang of Ilethlehntn Iullit II loddurd In Youths Companion MYSTERIOUS MRS MUNNt It was while driving through Central park that delightful spring Sunday afternoon with my friends the Van Warns that I got my first glimpse of the j lady that Is my first glimp e since we 1111 bade ouch others formal farewellI three years before in tho picturesque t little western town where she lived un I lingered for three months in the hope of rcnllIng a fortune on a small ref estate Investment We pawed cue other rapidly and my attention was so drawn to the magnificence of her equip iigo and its accoutrement that almost failed to see who was the occupant o the vehicle and I had such a brief In spection of tuft features that I was by no means sum that 1 was nut mistaken as to hcrldcntlty- I in turn was evidently not observedI She WIIH redlining in till luxurious cush ions of the carriage mud with true aristocratic indifference saw nothing but the Impassive bucks of her driver i noel footman Then was a snowy fur bon about her shotildcrs and that IKI all1 j i I CUll remember of her dress What a beautiful woman ex claimed Mrs Van Dam without notic Jog my low ejaculation of surprise 1lhutis the llnest team of horse II 1 7 ever saw in Central purl declared her husband who sat with Ids hack to the front and had not seen the ladys face Joyou know who sho IK said Mrs I Van Dam to me 11 had such a short view 1 replied1 with some hesitation tll cannot be posi I tive Hut 1 think her name is Miinn i thic slyest She was not very rich then 1I 1 1did not know that sin was in JCew York She seems comfortable now To say the least laughed Mrs Van Dam That Is of course a private ear r riage 1 wonder 1 have not heard of her before She cannot hun been here lung A woman like that should lie talkedII nbout a good teal ono way or another you know MrsI Miinn you said Is heri i husband IhII1g1t 1 believe out 1 answered links t ehu hat married within the last three yearslink l alIcllI 1 way she went on she seems to gett alon very comfortably alone HIdII you linen her very well Felix Is the quite1 cr respectable I She comes of a very excellent family i I WIIH told I hastened to say I knew her pretty well She Is a very good1 talker and verycnretulof her conduct Mrs Van Dam was not exactly satis fled with my answers to her questions I was conscious that she gave me a sharp glance out of the corner of her- e c as much as to say You are very vogue you dont toll nil you know Just at this point of the conversationI our carriage rolled out into Fifth av Ienuc nil tho subject was changed Dui during tho remainder of the drive I continued to think of Mrs Munn andII to wonder how she came to be in New York noel whore she got the money to Joule such nn appearance Surely she didnt get her wealth from the 50 ncrus of scud and rocks 1 laughed1 under my breath Sine must have mar reed ngain I concluded marriedI some millionaire Certainly she was clever enough She was tho cleverest woman 1 ever saw nod Ill wager she has not lost a good point in these three years Ono night some two weeks after my drive in tho park with the Van Dams I was having u bit of supper at Del monicotf when Iknnio Slatterly fresh from the theater strolled in and joined me Bonnie comes front genuine old stock and IH worth 2000000 if a dole lar Just tho man I want to see he ex claimed as ho dropped into a neat oppo r site Jo you know n Mrs Mann a Mrs Beverly Munn The question was so abrupt that I nm Burn my eyes answered him before I spoke I know her slightly I confessed Oad I thought so he said withi satisfaction tI Met her in the west somewhere didnt you Let me nee who wax it told JIIcl Oh yes Lului Kittrcdge Sibyl she got it from Mm Van Dam and said you know nil about Mrs Munn Now Felix open your heart Who is Khel All the follow that have seen her have tumbled headII over heels in love with her nod Im one and not a soul knows anything u1ou- her 1 or where shun came irony She s a mystery if there ever was one and1 theres not a man of us hex the cour ago to question lice Hang It shes the cleverest woman I ever tact She makes you think you have known her always hut if you lisle her a pointed question about herself she evades it so grace fully you forget what it wan you asked and you know no more about her that yotidid before you met her Shes a per feet marvel of tact and beauty till Ill be hanged if I dont find out all about her if It takes me till Christmas Slue west be making a sensation I observed when Ileniite paused to re cover his breath Sensation he repeated Why she makcH n sensation wherever she goes She Is the best Ilresselh woman Ill New York Kvcrybody tIs talk lug- ulint her She hues taken a house In the avenue the Jiurbank house you know near Fiftythird street and the De Knnes have taken her up Not that the Do Klines have much of a pull of their wen and they do say old De Kane Is n bankrupt and tint he was paid 10000 to introduce such of us fellows os he could induce to dine with him to Mrs linen lint thats womens talk The family have kept their mouths shut like clams shout the beauty Perhaps thou was in tin bar gala Somebody said she was a Chi cago divorcee but she herself said that her husband was dead 1 got thou 11IIlIIlh Information out of her and thats more than Stuyvesant or anyOt the mighttlmightI have died since the divorce You see help shes not one of our sit at all ollghtrI for attempting to boostI Into society a woman that wont stand Investiga lion Hilt confound Ill we cant turn our lbacks on the game 1 for one am tired of the same old girls fur theyre stupid and thin tool havent got a groin of snap or ginger while heres a wom an who IH absolutely fascinating sad who is clever Is a fellow going to mis all the fun in life fur the sake of good form 11111 you there are a half dozen follows and Stuy vewint is one of them Im not saying anything about mynelf who would marry Mrs Munn tomorrow tuultusk no question Vlint do you think of that SIll seems to have plenty of money I rejoined and tint might cover a multitude of sins Money 1 I should say she has liennie began again after swallowing an absinthe frapcu a waiter had illought hi IIIU 5000000 of II That is they say thats the slit of her hoot account Of course I dont I know Rut it looks as if It was so from the tee mendous ruts at which slut Is living She tells mo fchc IIIIM entirelyI redeco rated the llurbank house noel that just UN noon an she Is perfectly settled shut means to givtj a dinner Think of the nerve Hut Ill hot Slim all the follow will be theje I dont loon about the women though Theyre1 1 dniecd shy I hear the Trippman girls have said some pretty hard things about Mr Munn but thats only jealousy IIsup pose all the girls ore piqued hccauc the fellows have fallen Into the new beautys net Cant blame em of course Hut they really dont know anything against her Im sure of that for I would have heard It I dont want to hear anything against her she looks 1I1I111I1IJoi like a proper perwm and I think sin Is Id like to hear some good of her for a change What do you know Felix Ive been telling you all about her when you should have been telling me Well Im sorry I havent the de sired Information Itcnnie I said 1 met her In somo western cityiu Colo rude 1 think It wIUWhlII11 was out there on business three yetis nyo I never knew much about her 1 found I her very churning tool clever and I called on her n few times = Oh come helix Hcnnle interrupt ed Whats tin usa of that sort of lull1ouru almost as closer at eva sion as she iis herself Why dont you tell me the truth lung it you dont want to tell MyI dent boy expostulated I I if youII Hennle Insisted Uenlly you ought to tell it Felix Youre this only one who can clear up the mystery about this wom an f111s universal silence Is suspicious One would think you hurl made a lair gain with her to keep a rinse mouth Hut 1 baton spoken to her in three yearn I returned I shouldnt have known slur was in Now York except for a glimpse 1 got of her in thin park a fortnight tffco I supposed shin land married New Yorker I knew no better until you told me Now Ill toll you what Ill do Ill call on ilrs Munn within the next two weeks and have u tulk with her Perhaps I may fluid out something that will interest you If- you and Stuyvesant and the other fcl lows will meet me here at 11 oclock two weeks from tonight Ill give you the benefit of my visit Ily love Its a go Hennic declared I see no other way to Hnd out al out her Shell tell you everything for the sake of old acquaintance And there x a good deal to tell or Im mightily mls taken So it was settled noel I went home to bed leaving Uennie meditating snub what gloomily over another absinthe I was in good faith in my promise to 1roll on Mrb Munn null thus very next day I think it won I presented myself 1ut the dour of the Hurbank mansion The library Into which 1 was ushered had been almost completely refurnishedI noel was luxury itself A copy of my latest novel was lying open on a table So you have come at last said a soft voice suddenly laud Mrs liana came Into tho room and gave me both her hands for an Instant She won smiling as one who is very happy it t list IlIlIfiwcrceltll didnt sup pose that Is I didnt know you were In New York until a few days ago and 1I didnt learn where you lived until huts t night Didnt you really No and you see how soon 1 hurt come It Is very good of your cull you art as gullant of speech aH ever I see You might have sent for ti fellow I returned You know very well why I wouldpI never have done ttint You must have been awfully out of the world not to have located me sooner she laughed 1 hove I hunt been busy night andI day during the last month You know my weakness for leaving work until the lust minute rend then slaving over it I Iknow suieral of your weaknesses she said again laughing What do you think of my success in New York 1 It would have been marvelous for anybody but you if you only meant half that you utter so smoothly How do 3011 know how much I mean I may have changed wise men do you hulau vfools never First you compliment me and theni yourself You will have to write a hot ter novel than your lastI one before I will believe you gyre wise I llnhdicd better oneyesterday Do you know that New York in talking about you You know what some one Nuys There ill onlyone thing worse than be ing talked about and that is not heiu talked about I tiiippoticd you were married before this She looked at Jill in mischievous sur prise lHow could you tthink that she said naively I mentally concluded she was the 11101 consummate actress I Mitch eve seen You dont mean to sayi began when she IIIISIIIIIIIIIIUlhI1 I suppose you will tell New York allI about mi site asked Why should 1 I dont know mummy thing to tell I returned It wan my turn dissimulate You tire very rind I have a piece r sows for you that will surprise you I think that IR if you chi be surprised- Ill try to be if it will please you Weil you know the 5u acre of sand and rocks you were good enough to per vent to me- II know Slut begun liiiighiiigngtiin- In Ithe last three years that hit of estate IIIIM yielded StMJOHM worth Kold quart and I111111 told the nice art just getting well into tthe vein Then was no concealing my actualI astonishmentt Wlwit I exclaimed That brushy patch of Kirth yielded i000 H0 AntI here I111111 drudging over my novels Her face grew serious See what you got for losing your patience shut said and furfor other things When I lost my patience you foundI wealth fund happiness 1 responded looking her st1uiguIluI the eyes Wealth shut corrected I Peal understand now much that wasi not plain to me before continued New York Iis till place for you You can have all the luxuries now even the luxury of ti blueblooded or titled hus band Your success Is already tremen dous IIf people only wouldnt ask ques tionsIf II you wish to misunderstand me you may She walked to Ile window which overrlookcd the avenue mind drawing aside tthe curtains gazed down on the passing carriages Presently shun turned and gave meu meaning look The situation IH the same as Iit was then shun said except that 1 Except what Theres nu JSwirit finish to It I cant be bought I exclaimed pacing the floor Please dont insult me Felix slut ntts vend I1 saw tout her face wtis white and that her lips quivered As 1 wont nearer to her 1 saw a tour stunt from under her lashes I am like other men timid a womans tears affect me deeply There Will not another word sold Moved by an irre hUtible Influence I caught hor in my nrtm When I went into Dclmonlcon ut 11 oclock ut night two weeks later I found JJcnnte Slatteriy Btuyvesant and a half dozen other smart fellows Bath creel about n bottle of till They were expecting me Youve got to tell us all you know Felix declared Uennie na I found n sent Were all ut swords points hilt we have one common nun in life andl tlultlxtocldclruptbicnlystrycnntcruhagdrsJlani old chap What did you learn by your visit I answered very deliberately If you remember my promise Uennie 1 said you know my words were that I would ghe you the benefit of my visit up there and tellI you whatever neigh interest you ell the result of my visitI wax that I am to slurry the lady within a week In view of this event I cant see Mint Mrs M units Post can possibly Interest you In any way what ever Can you Waiter I continued turning to till attending functionary I will you bring three more bottle I The Lotus A FAMOUS WOMAN POISONER NoniDtliliig Alum Tnfiiiin Hcfcrriil To ut that Iliiiiilni Trial In the course of the crossexamina thou of an expert in the Fleming trial a few days ago Assistant District Attor ney Melntyre referred to the case of a famous woman poisoner of the J7th century who was convicted and cue fessed to having poisoned over nor per sons The woman referred to arts Signorn p1ofano She was one of the most fa limits of n band of Italian poisoners which gained prominence in the lust o the Kith and lust of the 17th centuries Slut used in her assassinations a poison concocted by herself which is now known as Aqua Tofano It was fad by killing a hog disjointing till same salting it with arsenic mud collecting the juice which dropped from the meat This juice was said to he far more poi sonous than Ithe pure arsenic The poison wax sent out under tit label of Manna of St Nicholas of Hariii- a cure for rheumatism When the poisoner was found out she sought refuge in a convent from whichI she was at lust taken The archbishop was furious at the invasion of the sane tuary but Tofano was strangled andI her body thrown back oer the wall ofl 1the convent from which she had heelI brought t0the execution of her sec teuceIleure her death the woman eon fosse that she hnd poisoned over iiuo persons among whom were two popes Tofano hail several friends to 1hul 6she confided her secrets Micron vma Spira was one of the most noted She also was the lender of a bond of women who at the time of Pope Alexander NilJ poisoned their husbands N V Sun MISTAKES OF RURALITES Tho HiiHlo In thn 11It11 llunl St rgee wllh Mmlrrn linpriiviiiirnlH rllIMany tales our told of the mistakes made by rural visitors In city hotels and very otter the lung how is drawn II until it Iis in danger of snapping asunder under th strain Hut here is one which is absolutely true and which happened at the Irvingi house recentlyI A gentleman from the regions of hisfwife registered at the hotel and about ten oclock in Oil evening the clerk was confronted by the husband who re 1011111Isad who WIIIIIIIlo know when the bed was to be put into their room A hell boy was dispatched show the verdant guests how till folding lied operated and for a Perk of several minutes mull manffrom the country again put in an up pearance lie wanted to know if they pitbrrIof water Again the bellboy Will sent up to explain till mysteries of a sta troubleI01 of the hotel when an apparition clad in airy garmentsI wax seen beckoning from the top landing cf the stairs II was I the gentleman from the country will goshdcriiIaccom panied him to his room whereupon the countryman pointed to the hand grenades labelled fire xtlngiilshers and slid he didnt know whether to throw them ut the electric light or not The boy turned off the light and no further trouble ensued lint the stranger hall made tthree trips to the ollice when he might have touched t hlIIlhIlIIlJIJlhluHtI I A CHHinilril lluttle A certain Knglish baronet who lived near the spot where one of the most celebrated battles of tit war of t IIIIHoses had been fought was presented to ticorge III at a levee An ignorant1 man hu knew little of tilt history of1 I the country and was nonplussed when tit Ming remarked graciously Von come from till scene of celebrated 1111 tItie L understand Kir William Well your majesty was the answer I did have a round or two with the black smith but Im very much surprised tint your majesty should have heard of- 1tChlclIJ1I utter Ocean When distant hills mountain + or IJnIiitore causes these objects to appear nearer than at other tiwt9 YouWill realize tho greatest amount of rOO i shortest tlmoand at the least cpCalobrtet HoodsSarsaparillaThe Ono True lJIoolI Purifier AJldruqlit Hoods Pills nrocasy to taUocaiiy 100 The Law Wu Vindicated A friend of ItcprcJ tnthc CulberiM of Texan related the following w dent When Mr CulhcrHon trite MH ecutlng attorney lin tluleltlUICr tp n criminal statute universally ftg iurdcd ITio indictment of a irifc thisCulbertfon who prosecuted the tale nnyhuds- ecuring hi conviction and sentence to tile penitentiary Then he Ileft town aI Ito OIHJ knew where he had gone nnH lie and the prisoner who had btu tul en to the penitentiary rcturnedto gvther Mr Culberson tool gone U ti governor obtained a portion noel od the convict at the penitentiary wlthlt Tho law hnd been vindicated noel then were no more violations of that statute in Jefferson Cjrcli and Ilullrouili PatLfMessenger speaking o theiiHualind doyleytI holidayK says tbnttht excursions from tin mctropolixwereal emost wholly mode on wheels On Whh Monday it wan Impossible to hire ot even buya hike In London The ran ways begin to feel1 the effect of this form of transportation wlileh exceeds tit most extreme anticipations At the name time the rush for bicycles teat sort of relief for railway CilnllllJlISII- Ddother vehicle passengers which the rnpld transit eompanies however did less enjoy tin their nativeI customers IlAnniutvis IllIIlt HiilTulo hilt WilfUl was In dm lLtc tho last time rryHi uII1lIoChwlllllulii Iroiii look at mv six IUH u IIII week ILO see what J mean on the ttcvoiiliiI CtdL Gladness Comes With a Letter understanding of the plysIcalIIIopererortSrightly directed There is com fort in thin knowledge that KO ninny formsof sickness fire not due to tiny actual die illatttlcondltlonofpleasantfondlyly removes That is why it is the only remedy with milllonsof families andfc everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value goodIhealth Its beneficial effects are due to till furl thit His the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It Iin therefore mill important in order to got its bone ficial effects to note when you pur chase that you haves the genuine nrlr cle which is manufactured by the Call fornia 1 Pig Syrup Co only sad sold by all druggistsIf of good health andI the system is regular laxatives other remedies aro thou nut needed If nfllictcd with any actual disease ono may be commended to the most skilllw physicians hit if in need of n laxative one should hove the hest and with the wellinformed everywhere Syri1Pof Figs stands highest and is most In reel used laud gives most general satisfaction Sparkling with Hre richwith delicious flavor HIRES Rootbccr stands first as natures purest and most refreshing drink Best ball lest rplioldpefrAVrIItY CMxi1 tYItKKLYud STEADY RilL tlit vOIrvhcnI e- bocuoWORK ti th l nook 5111 OPIUMsadWIIISKrbahittleered Mutate el- U11651 toms rlreRqrs EFFECTS OF A SMILE YUCATAN KILLS IIT A N KK lOl3 WIIiV 11RIJiNo1o AHVKKTIHEB talen Inu ChilI you 1In lilt udrernM milit In llil IIHIIVIS e CON WNENE lu4 ELSE tpll9 Itxt Wtu4 nrrup mttn xW IIaa- la alma 8oid 1r dn111 nlta ON SUMPTION 1 I iI 7 I 4 BRILLIANT BIBLE SCENE Queen Vashti Held Up as a Model for All Women sibI Sacrifice the Silent the Veiled Who gcorntl a Monarch ntul Lout n 1ourer- lul Throuo Jlntlitr Than Dltjilmj- rIlerteU to tlio Kings V- Iolate Prlendi In his sermon Sunday starting from a brilliant Bible scone Dr Talmago discourses upon womtms opportuni ties nUll thu wrongs size sometimes luffers Ills text was Esther i 11 12 liTo bring Vnshtl the queen before the klnjr with tho crown royul to show the people and the princes her beauty for she was fair to look upon Hut the Vnshtl refused to conic at thequeen kings commandment by his chamber lains therefore the Icing was very wroth and his anger burned In him We stand amid the palaces of Shu than flit pinnacles are atlamu with the morning light Thu columns rise festooned and wreathed the wealth of empires Hashing from tho grooves thu ceilings adorned with images of bird Hid beast anil scenes of prowess and conquest Thu wILlis are hung with iihlclds and emblazoned until it gccms that tho whole round of splendor is exhausted Kaeh arch Is a mighty loup of architectural achievement Joldon stars shilling down on glowing arabesque Hang Ings of embroidered work In which mingle the blucnesss of the sky the greenness of the grass and the white ness of the selL foam Tapestries hung on silver rings welding together the pillars of marble IPavilions reaching out In every direction These for re pose tilled with luxuriant couches Into which weary limbs sink until nil fatigue Iis submergedI These for carousal wheru kings drink down a kingdom at one swallow Amaz ing speetJicle Light of silver dripping down over stairs of ivory on shields of gold Floors of stained mar ble sunset red and nlghtjilach and in laid with gleaming pearl Why it seems as iif a heavenly vision of nine thyst ami jacinth and topa andohryso prusus had descended and alighted upon Sliushan IIt seems us if a billow of celestial glory had dashed clear over Heavens battlements upon thisI metropolis of 1 Persia IIn connection with this palace there is a garden where the mighty muii of foreign lands are seated at a banquet Un der the spread of oak and linden and acacia the tables are arranged The breath of honeysuckle anil frankin cense fills till nil Fountains leap up Into tIll light tin spray struck through with crystalline baptism upon lower ing shrubs then rolling down through channels of marble and widening 001 there and there into pools swirling with the tinny tribes of foreign aqua riums bordered with scarlet ane mones hypericutns and manycolored ununculus Meats of rarest birds and beast smokingi upi amid wreaths of aronmtics The vases tilled with apri cots hoOd almonds The baskets piled up with apricots and dates a 111 tigs and oranges anil pomegranates Melons1 tastefullyI twinedI with Iloaves of acacia The bright waters of 1 liulaous tilling the urns and sweating outside till rim In Hashing boils amid the traceries Wine from the royal vats of IIspahan and Shlra in bottles of tinged shell1 and Illyshaped cups of silver and llagons and tank a oIoCMllltljfolii The music rises higher filth the revelry breaks out into wider transport and the wine hilts flushed the cheek and touch n the brain and louder than all other voles 4 are the hiccough of tho inebriates the gabble of fools and tho song of the drunkards In another part of the palace Queen Vashti I entertaining the princesses of Persia at a banquet IDrunken Alms iierus says to his servants Yon go out and fetch Vashti from that banquet with the women and bring lice to this banquet with till men and let me dis play her beauty Thu servants im mediately start to obey till Icings com maui hut there was a rule In Oriental society that no woman might appear In public without having her face veiled Yet hero was a mandate that no ono dare dispute demanding that Vrishti como III unveiled lief are the multitude IHowever thieve was III Vashtls soul a principle more legal than AhasuoriiK more brilliant than the gold of Shuslian of more wealth than the realm of Persia which com manded her to disobey this order of the Mug anti so all the righteousness1 fUll holiness and modesty of her nature rises up In one sublime refusal Shesayst I will not go into the banquet unveiled Of course Ahasurorus was infuriate poslUolllllll1herand ruin to suitor tho scorn of a nation and yet to receive the applause of aft er generations who shall rlso up to admire this martyr to kingly Insolence Well the last vestige of that feast Is gout the last garland has faded tho last arch has fallen thin last tank ard has been destroyed and Shuslian is a ruin but as long as tho world stands there will bu multitudes of men unit women familiar with the lllblo who will como into this picture gallery of God and admire tho thyme portrait of VoMiti tho queen Vnshtl the veiled Vashti the sacrifice Vashti tho silent In the first place I want you to look Upon Vashti tho queen A blue ribbon fayed with white djawn around her poslUon I r queen In such a realm as that Hark thioblazemytrltmdsnecessary palace and regal robes in order to bo queenly When Iten a woman with herfoot fishness and godless display going right forward to serve Christ and tilt race by a grand and glorious service I say That woman Iis a queen and the ranks of Heaven look over the battle ments upon the coronation and wheth er she come upi front tho shanty on the fUlh10lluhlu shout All hull Queen Vashti What glory was there on the brow of lnglatItiCatherine of Hussia compared with the worth of sonic of our Christian mothers many of them gone Into gloryor of Seriittires lcpltthiiiltslaughterof unselfish patriotism or of Abigail who rescuedI the herds and Hocks of her husband or of Ruth who tolled un helplessNhLOIuIJ who went at midnight to stanch tho battle wounds of the Criineior of Mrs Adonlram Judson who 1 kindled tilt lights of salvation amid the dark ness of IBUIlIIl1hlur of Mrs Hcmans who poured out her holy soul in words which will forever be associated with hunters horn 1I11111captives chain and bridal hour and lutes throb and cur fews knoll at the dying lnyniid scores and hundreds or women unknown on earth who have glvcn water to the thirsty and bread to the hungry and medicine to the sick kinl smiles to thin discouraged thin footsteps heart along dark lane and I in government hospital and in almshouso corridor and by prison gate There may bo no royal robe there may be no palatial sue roundings She does not need them for all charitable men will unite with thin crackling lips of feverstruck lies pital and plagueblotched laaretto In greeting her as site passed I HailI IHail Queen Vashti Again I want you to consider Vashti the veiled IHadI slit appeared before Ahasuerus and his court on that day with her face uncovered slit would have shocked all the delicacies of Orien tal society and tin very men who in their intoxication demanded thin t shu come IIn their sober moments would I have despised her As some flowers seem to thrive best in tho dark lane and in the shadow and wheru tho sun tines not seem to roach them so Cod ap points to most womanlyI natures a retir lug and unobtrusive IilirH1lIIlollcl in a while does call an Isabello to a throne or a Miriamh to strike the tim hire at till front of a host or a Marie Antoinette to quellI a French mob or a Deborah to stand at till front of an armed battalion crying out Up Up This is tin day III which the Lord will deliver Sisora Into thine hand And when women art called to such out door work and to such heroic positions iod prepares them for it and they have iron III their souls zuni lightning in their eye and whirlwinds in their breath and the borrowed strength of tho Lord Omnipotent in their right II ritz They wall through furnaces as though they were hedges of wild flowers and cross seas as though they were shimmering sapphire and all thu harpies of hell down to their dungeon at the stamp of lice womanly Indigna tion IHut these are tho exceptions ienerally Dorcas would rather make a garment for till poor boy Kubekah would rather till the trough for the camels I HannahI would rather maho a coat for Samuel till IHebrew maid would rather give a prescription for Naamans leprosy the woman of He repta would rather gather a few sticks to cook a meal for famished Ilhuh Phebe would rather carry a letter for till inspired apostle mother ILois would rather educate Timothy III the Scriptures When I see a woman going about her dally duty with cheerful dignity presiding at thin table with kind and gentle hint Ii rill disci plineI presidingI Iin thin nursery going tint III the world without any blasts of trumpets following in till footsteps of him who went about doing goodI say This IsI Vashti with II veil ou IHut when IllIlI a woman of unblushing boldness loudvoiced with a tongue of intlnlto clitterclatter with arrogant look passing through tho streets with a stop of a walking beam gayly ar rayed In IL very hurricane of millineryI I cry out Vashti has lost her veil When 1 Iliel a woman of comely fun turns anti of adroitness of Interest and endowed with all that the schools chili do for one and of high social position yet moving In society with supercil iousness and hauteur as thought she would have people know their place and an undefined combination of giggle and strut nnd rhodomontado endowed with allopathic quantities of talk but only homeopathic infinitesimals of sense thin terror of dry gooJs clerks and railroad conductors discoverers of significant III plain conversa tion prodigies of badinage and Innuen 11011 say lioOlt lookI Vashti has lost herI veil1 Again I want you to consider Vashti tho sacrifice Who is this I see coming out of that palace gate of Shuslian it seems to me that I have seen her before Shin comes along with a broken heart Who is she It is Vashti time sacrifice 0 what a change it was from regal position to a wayfarer crut A littlu I while agoapprovcd and ought for now now none so poor as to acknowl edge her acquaintance VtvchU tin sacrifice Ah you and I have seen It ninny a time Here III a home empalaccd with beauty All that refinement and books and wealth can do for tInt homo has been lone but Ahasuerus tho husband and tho father Is taking hold on natla of sin Ho Is gradually going down After awhile ho will flounder and struggle like II wild beast In tW Vint ers net further away from God fur ther away from the right Soon the bright apparel of the children will snuguhlIIgnlllHIutnl riage fennt of Lapithao Tho houso full of outrage stint cruelty and abomi tUition while trudging forth from thin palace gate are Vashti and her children There urn homes that urn In danger of such a breaking up 0 Ahasuerusl that you should stand in a home by a dissipated life destroying tho peace and comfort of that home Cod forbid that your children should ever have to wring their hands and have people point their finger at them as they pass down till street and saying There goes a drunkards child Cod forbid that till little feet should over have to trudge tho path of poverty and wretchedness iod forbid that any evil spirit born of thin wine cup or thin brandy glass should come forth and uproot that garden and with a lasting blistering allconsuming curse shut forever till palacu gate against Vashti and the children During thin war I wont to lingers town to look at thin army and I stood III the night on a hilltop and looked down upon them I saw thom camp fires nil through the valleys and nil ovei till hills IIt was II weird spectacle these camp urns and IIstoOlI and watched them and the soldiers who were gath emil around them were no dtniht talk ing of their homes anti of the long march they had taken and of the hat tics they were to lIght but after awhlla I saw these camp tires begin to lower and they continued to lower until they were mill gone out and the army slept IIt was Imposing when I saw the cutup tires it was imposing iin till darkness when I thought of that great host asleep Well Cod looks down from IHeaven and he sets tIll firesides of Christendom and loved ones gathered around these firesides These are thu camp fires where we warm ourselves at thin close of the tiny and talk over thin bat ties of IlifeI we have fought and till bat tics that urn yet to come Coil grant that when at lust thin tires begin to go out and continueI to lower until finally they are extinguished and till ashes of consumed hopes strew the earth of the old homestead it may bu because we have Untie to sloop thnt Insl long ulrop Prom whciiro noun ever wiikn to wnop Now wo are an mirummyoP till march of lift Then we willI I han rmy bivou acked III thi tent of till grave Once more I want you to look at Vashti thin slhiiitonm do not hear any outcry from this woman as she goes forth from time palace gate From till very dignity of her nature you know there will bo no vociferation Sometimes III life it IK necessary to make a retort hoiiictiiuos in life it Is necessary to resist but then mire crises when tho most triumphant thing to do is to lump si lent Tlie philosopher confident in liia newly discovered principle waiting for till coming of more intelligent genera tions willing that men should laugh at the Ilightning rod and cotton gui lint steamboat waiting for long year through till sculling of philosophical schools III grand and magnificent si lence Calilee condemned by mathe maticians timid scientists caricatured everywhere yet waiting and watching with his telescope to see time coming up of stellar reeu foreemnumi tit when thin stars in their courses would light for the Copcrnican system then sitting down In complete blindness and deafness to wail for thai coming on of thu genera tions who would build his monument and how at his grave Tbu reformer execrated by his contemporaries faa tened in a pillory the slow fires of pub lie contempt burning under him ground under time cylinders of thin printing Ipress yet calmly waiting for thin day when purity of soul and heroism of character will get tho sanction of earth and the plaudits of IHeaven 4 Ill Iction enduring without any complaint till sharpness of thin pang and the violence of thu storm and time heft of thin chain and of thin darkncsi of nightt Waiting until a Divine hand shallI be put forth to soothe thin pang and hush thin storm and release tho captive A wife almacd persecuted and a perpetual exile from every earthly comfort waiting waiting until thin Lord shall gather all His doar children Into a heavenly home and no poor Vashti will ever bo thrust out from thin palace gate Jesus in silence and an swering not II word drinking tho guilt and bearing tho cross In prospect of the rapturous consummation when AnuolM thronged 11111 chariot wheel Ami bore hUm to liii throno Thru flurcpt their glorious harps und unrig Tho Klorlou work IIs donn 0 woman tines not this story of Vnshtl tho queen Vnshtl thin veiled Vashti thu sacrifice Viisitti thin silent move your soul Mim Toiiv McCuijounii of near Riverside Ca was fouvd dead near her homo tho other da having bucc murdered Her husband 1 Is under ar rest charged with tho crlne STICK TO TARIFF REFORM Tb Ilctuocratio BtatM Adhere to TurlH for Revenue Only The platform of the democratic Mate convention that have assembled lately are no thoroughly in accord on the cardinal democratic doctrine ol tariff reform it is unfortunate III the extreme thut an undemocratic clamor for cheap money unit arisen to create dissensions In tho party With a pro ponderance of sound 11101103 ftentlmenl it Chicago and a declaration in favor of sustaining the national credit tnt thin present administration has gallantly sought to do the decks would be cleared for a spirited and determined encoun ter with the McKinluyltes that would be pretty sure to leave the tariff reform ers in command of the national craft Illinois abjectly as It hiw surrendered to republican nnd populist notions of fintism clings to tariff reform with commendable tenacity Wo favor a tariff for revenue only the platform venous and declare that the govern ment should collect no more taxes than mire necessary to defray the expenses of the government honestly nnd eco nomically administered This has the right ring There is no principle thnt will Inspire the democracy with greater zeal nnd enthusiasm tlutn this AH long nil there ore McKlnlcys to barter legis lation for campaign contributions and an long an thero arc republican eon gressmen to squander public funds with such wanton lavIshncAs ns marked the appropriations of thin first term of tho JoICtfulrthtOUffrCHII such emi nently sound doctrine as this cannot be too often enunciated or too earnestly enforced Wisconsin Is sound way through on time tenets of the democratic faith hilt especially explicit and emphatic III her expressions on the ttariff We believe a tariff for revenue only would extend American commerce to thin uttermost parts of till earth thf Hadgers declare and that untrammeled industry would advance our country to the foremost place among nations Here is a scheme commercial supremacy II plum of na ttionalI development that Is founded on correct principles quite unlike the MeI IC Iii icy method of stimulating private enterprises by malting the people pay 1 tribute to them The remarknble de velopment of export ttrade under till Wilson billI proves thnt tin faithI of till Wisconsin democrat in thin ttriumphs af unlrammclcd Industry in well founded The New York democracy takes no backward step upon tho principle thatt it Is an abuse of till taxing power to build up one mans business at tho ex 1pense of another and It declares that no public taxation except for public purposes Is till true theory upon which jur system of government Is based and ipon which it should be honestly and Impartially1 administered The plat form declares opposition to governmentI partnership with protected monopoly uch a partnership as tIiCi ii icy ef tttcot when ho IInvited tho trusts and monopolies to make out the schedules they wanted for time MeKlnley bill and Iit demands Ithat I Import duties1 I I like ither Itaxes shall Ibe Impartially laid nnd Itheir IImposition h limitedI to tin ficoemdtles of the government econom ically administered The rojxIithu these familiar innx iniH Is demanded by the recent exhl Idthm of republican prodigality mind the wisdom of turin reform hiss been IrmoimtniUil by time lifting of burdens from the masses and by tho gradual lint pertainI recovery from financialI Ills ii nit ing from tthe operation of the deflelt prod umehmig iiloiCiim icy law and pernicious financial legislation of the republican party IFor Ithe fiscal year ended J lune 30 I HOI the uieIImi hey law produced a deficit of 7iriOO000 This deficit has been gradually reduced under thin new tariff and for t hit fiscalI year now draw- Ing to a Hone IIt willi ibe 28000000 or less lint for tthe Invalidating of the In come Itax the precentyear would show it till rlIIIH Temporary distractions 1 likeI thu ehenp money madness may arise hilt there Is no danger that the democrat ic parly willI veer very far from till course thoU has led to IIts notable Itri umphs the past 12 years Detroit Free Press POINTS AND OPINIONS Thin quudronnlnl republican joku about Ithe republicans cnrrylngToxitH Is beginning to ciremhmiteSt Louis Ho public Iet hit democratic party wnge llrIlIlInllllln1elplltrustfavorlng tariffs It thin jwirty cloe not win It will at leant bo true to tnvlt and time cOIIIIllIItrolt Free Press The people bnvo hurl ample cx- pcrlcnco of AicKInleys tariff bill and they know nil his views on that sub ject Itt IIs something entirely differentI they want to hear about In this cam paign And they wont let MeKlnley oil until they have heard from him The tlmo for wabbling and dodging is past Wheeling llcglstor Sluice Mark JInnnas election to I till cnalrmanshlp of the republican na Itional committee Tom Carter Is going about tilling reporters thnt Teller will bu nominated by the democrats and elected next November Mr Carter scents not only to have dissembled his lovn for the republican party since thin St Louis convention hut shown strong Inclination tp kick that orghiil ration dowuistuiriChicagd Chronicle a 1 vtPROPHETS OF FALSEHOOD UarelUble NOOttISJTIS of the Advna Agent at Prosperity Tho republican prophets were cock Mire two weeks ngo that tho nomina tion of McKinley mind an unequivocal declaration for the gold standard at St Louis would Instantly Introduce an rift of good times They told us that confidence would bo rcatoredftnt once at homo anti abroad und tho waiting capitalist would hasten to invest rind the wait Ing cntcrpreneur to wst the halted ex peditions of enterprise In motion They told nx that British Investori who have over 000000000 nil rcntly tc put into things full who for inontlu have IXMMI unable to get two per cent for their money would fall over one another In grabbing for American se curities American captains t of in dustry would give thin command to fall In nUll double quickl march to the goal of glorious HUCCQSH The convention pressed tho button according to the programme but some how time roit Is not done Thin British Investor doesnt invest Ills lithe cap Itnlccontinues to accumulate nUll the rate of interest continues to sink but that promised confidence in American securities does not appear And the American who wan only waiting for the advance agent and the platform doesnt pun the lever nnd the marching doo nl start tip Klther theo people hnvu na faith In thu advance agent or they da not accept It tut axiomatic thnt the re publican party IIs the whole thing Look at thin facts Thu bank clear ings last week were 11 per cant lew than they were for till corresponding week last year und outside of New York they WIt 10C jjer edit loMilt Thero wns a decrease III 14 out of 03 clmrlnghonso cities There wits a de crease In all the principal cities anti In nil hut two of thin cities having clearings of as much sot 2000000 weok ly These two cities wore MlnneapoIlM and Omaha The Hearings at alli cities wero hess than 100000000 or at tho rate of less than 11800000000 for thin year which Is 24 per cent less than thin highest record This does not speak wellu I for tilt ndvnnco agent Neither do the reports of the com mercial ngoneles In their reviews of thai situation of trade and Industry Dun iv Co report that signatures have hem given by enough cotton mills of Pall river to Insure a temporary stoppage Some New Kngland mills have already clivsed and practically all tIn south ern cotton smiths will be represented at II meeting Monday with till sinus object Woolen mills ore noting with out concert but 11 are mentioned In thu dispatches lilt having Hosed this week1 According to the same authority tho annual stoppage III tho IIron industry bids fair to last longer than usual thus year owing to Important comm trover sits ns to wages Tho Hallway Age reports that track was laid 111 only 788 miles oflines1 dur lug the first half of the year against IIMT milcH III time first half of IfiiiJ Tho Age says There are hundreds of en terprises walling fur more favnrahlo times and IIf time tutu mmclii I credit of tho United States In time cyus of Inviwtora in this countryt nnd Ktiropo is not de stroyed by ttho Itlll 0IlIllIIl II t of II debnsid money standard Iin November as It IIn not 1 likely to be there will bo much rail way building III the near future hut till Age doss not I Intimate that a single Otto of these waiting enterprises him been lputt iin motion Iby tug action at St Ioiiln The event has demonstrated tliat thin prophets of tho advance agent mire false prophet as are all those who foretell prosperity as a rcxult of political move ments which are hostile to commerce and destructive to t hit extent that they art HueeoHsful of commercial I and in mistrialI liberty Chicago Chronicle A BACKWARD GLANCE Wliwt high Tnrlff Iii Ilonn fur Amcrl CUll Iniliutrjr- MeKlnley Is called thin advance agent of prosperity html In 1800 he wits tlio advance agent of disaster Thu volume of bnslncHH of time country Indicate better than anything else whether It Is prosjKrous or not For time three years prior to the passage of the MeKln Ivy bill and for tho three fiscal years after Its jxissngo whim it WUH In full operation thin clearing of Uiu 71 cltlcH were IM follows Iteforv lIeJClnloyACterI McKinley 1WS mMI00JoOOIK92 fi21WWOO- Mma roi75 xioooo IMS wawooooooIt- iSO 60829000000 1894 4SC15000004 Inadequate tin tho lorinnn tariff bill wns In many particulars it stopped any further decline nnd the clearance last year reached 51511000000- Tho tariff of 1883 had the saute effect upon business unisettllng it Thin vol ume of huslncMH shown by the clear ances before and after It watt ms follows JIrortIAAlT rlrtACter 2R83 TartlY ISM J49i20COO000 I JgRI H200000 X 1W1 OM71000000 JKM 4I47tOOOICf III 1880 business hind accommodated itself to tlie changed conditions and slowly Increased ouch your until in 1800 it hind almost reached thin vohimo otf1881 Then MeKlnley lilt It another blow between thin eyes that knocked It out again In 1804 thanks to McKinloyism and the republican silver Inflation act the biiHlmKH of tim country wna Jless than in 1881 flwrrH no reason to RuppoM thnt the repuljUsanHhpwwJlIeomoup to the gaudy posters of 1U advance agent any better in iSOT thiz1it dldlfll i8tiON Y WorldI c J t 4 4 IL A i n J THE HERALD i IPEJCOER COOPER Editor CHAS E HABICHT Associate Editor HAZEL GREEN KY f THURSDAY August tl 1 HfJn DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JKXNims BRYAN Of Nebraska For lcoPrultIt AUTI i UK SBWALL OfMnlno Tor CoiigrvMman Tenth UUtrict THOMAS Y FITPATRIOK 01 1IOYI COUNTY Primary Election Call Pursuant to u call by the chnirmnn off tho Wolfe county Democratic committee tho cominilUomen stet nt Cain ptou on August A std selected September 1I 18UO ns tho tlmo of holding a primary election to nominate candidates for the various county and district offices to I voted for nt the November election 1SD7 AH DcmocratM who will be legal voters nt the November election 1817 lire en titled to vote in wild primary Candi dates for the county offices arc required to pay to the chairman 1 and candidates for district office 2 on or before Sep temcr I 181H5 C C HANKS Ohm T II CAIWOU Sec HUMOK hnn It tint Cleveland is op posed to n third ticket and now the gold bugs are in a quandary i TAMMANY Hall endorsed llryan and Scwall by acclamation without waiting for the action of tho utato convention TOM RKKU of Maine hats opened the congressional campaign in his district It goes without saying that he will not succeed himself as danker of the house TilKlti in a great cry for u Democratip Htato paper in tho Democratic army of voters yet very few of the fryer will old any Dumocratic newtgntpcr1Frank fort Argue e AtrwsT IVI iis tine day and Madison I Square Garden in the place st by the committee to ollleially notify Hryan and Sewall of their nominations by the Chi cago convention COUNTY meetings are to be held in Kentucky on tho 15th to send delignUs ttrbouisvllle August 20 for the purpose of arranging for tho llollocratism con vuntSon in September Tint Free lattice of Ml Sterling iins t doing some ellcctive work for tho cause of Democracy and free silver and the gallant knight who wield tho blade Charles OConnell in an fearless ax Ivan hoc Tin Pike County lournalr published1 1atIlkeville Ky Isi the latest candidate for populiir favor in tho newspaper world of Eastern Kentucky and tho editor J II HumphrcyH is a freo silver niun of pronounced views c AT A meeting of the Democracy of this county held nt Campton on hens s day resolutions were passed condemning tho Courier Journal mud recommending only free silver papers Several distin guished citizens addressed the meeting Cot Tom O HOIXIIW of Lexington nnd by tho way one of the best posted mot in Kentucky on the financial issue has been invited to address the people of Wolfe county at Campton and hazel Green At an early date and it is sincerely hoped ho will respond TUB members of thn Democratic state committee of New York have been polled by The World on the political outlook in that state They were specially naked If they favored the endorsement of tho Chicago ticket and platform by tho Htato convention which meets at s Buffalo on September 16 There arc 50 members of tho committee and 24 favor endorsement 4 are opposed to it anti 22 are noncommittal A number of the committee think Bryan will carry the Mate without the aid of Now York and Kings counties THE country uuwdpupuia throughout Kentucky with ecaiccly an exception C nro for the free and unlimited coinage of silver while tho metropolitan dailies are forninst that financial policy This is a significant fact in that the former papers are of the people by the people and for tho people while the latter class are in tho hands of anti controlled by the money lenders and mortgage makers You can fool all the people some of tho time some of tho people all of the time but you cant fool all tho people all of tho time and before the idos of November these Big Ike journals will realize the truth fulnessof these assertions Democratic Ratification Mooting Last Monday being county court day the Democrat+ of Wolfe county met at Campion for the purpose of ratifying tin nominations of Hryan and Son ilIand endorsing tho Democratic platform its adopted by the Chicago conveiitinii Speeches were made by a nuinlw of throe who wore present sad great enthu Minim was shown by all COIIof sew oral of the speeches were handed to us for publication but as our space is Iim1 ited we regret that we can not publish them Tho following resolutions were ottered nod itnanimoticly adopted We tho Democrats of Wolfe county IIII nuts meeting assembled iii tho court hou e in the town of Campton do reaffirm our allegiance to the great princi pIes of Democracy Resolved I1lanl wo cmlono tho platform ns andoratify the nomination of WilliamI Hry an of Nebraska nod Arthur Bewail of Maine for president and vice president respectively moth pledge theta our ardent and unwavering support through theI coming campaign 21hnt we lire exceedingly thankful that the Democrats of Wolfe county are HO enthusiastic ninth loyal to the Chicago ticket t tIv endorse the nomination of the brilliant Thomas Y Fitzgerald our nominee for congress and pledge him our loyal and united support 1lieu parties and nations serve their purpose and die hut truth and God live on forever Thus the Louisville Courier Journal Times and Post mud ninny other bolting Democratic 7 papers have served their purge4J umrtl nro raving with the mudding crowds ignoble strife with nothing to keep them nlivo save distribution ofIIpork administered by the IhitUH of Wall street We condemn them and their policy wo demand from them the seal of Democracy that they have beguiled and corrupted wo no longer support them but brand theta an traitorstr most earnestly and respectfully entreat those Democrats who are nut in nccrdwith Hryan round Suwall to lay aside all prejudice anal support them as tho cardinal principle of Democracy iis that tho majority should rule holding that in things ocntial lil erty in things coon cssrrtial peace in all things unity GWc look forward with fond antici pation to the advent of the now Louis ville Democratic paper mad pledge it our united support 7That the HAXII CUIIN llrUAii Jackson Hustler Hoattyville Kntorprise Clay City Chronicle Ml Sterling Daily Free Lance Winchester Democrat aunt null true Democratic papers in thu1entli district be requested to print these reso lutions C C FUKH Chin- A II1 STAMITK Sec Broathltt Democrats Hrcathitt county Democrats hind a rousing meeting at Jackson Monday July 27 being county court day One thousand wcro in attendance annul the following resolutions were unanimously adopted We tho Democratsof Hreathitt county in mass nicotine assembled Resolved That whereas we have as heretofore in our various county conventions mail public meetings indorsed tho administration of the president and his able secretary of the treasury lion John it Carlisle and whereas we hays been unfaltering in our support of thin officers elected in our party but being Democrats and believ lung that the highest test of party fealty is the support of the party nominees we resolve ourselves in mass convention for tho purpose of declaring our allegiance to the constituted authorities of the Democratic party Resolved 2nd We congratulate the party that the Democracy of Hreathitt county is united in its support of the nominees of the Chicago convention Resolved 3rd We hereby ratify the nominations of Hon Win J Bryan of Nebraska for president and Hon Arthur Scrvall of Maine fot vice president and pledge them our most hearty anti unfal tering support Resolved 4th We lndor and ratify the nomination of lien Thos Y Fitz Rich Red h Blood Is absolutely essential to health It la secured easily and naturally byI taking Hoods Sarsaparllla but la Im possible to got It from nocnllcd nerve tonics and oplnte compounds absurdly advertised OH blood purl flew They have temporary sleeping effect hut du not ClKK To have p- ureBlood And good health toko hoods Sarsinpnrhlla which has first last and all tine time INCH advertised ns Just what It IIIthoi best medicine fur the blood ever pro duced Its success In curing Scrofula Bait fustian llheumatlsm Catarrh Dy pcpalnI Norvons IroNtriitlon annul that Tired Feeling have n- unHoodsSarsaparillaTill iii Tru IId IunfiT All dnitK glII re1100iSpatrick as our candidate for congress and pledge him our hearty support Resolved filli Wccondemn tho policy of tho CourierJournal Ix uisvilc Post mud other bolting Democratic papers for their disloyalty to tine party and we call upon all loyal Democrats to pass resolu tions similar to the these and wo hereby hail with delight tho prospect of tine ad vent of a Democratic ipaper in the city of Louisville upon the lf th of August ISJIi and we hereby pledge it our hearty support Resolved its That tine Jackson Hus tier HAXBI GUBBN HKUAIII Winches Democrat andIIother good Democratic papers bo requested to publish these resolutions W H HIANTONII Chmn O H 1ouAKl Secy Thoy Aro Very Indignant A special to tine Cincinnati Enquirer from Hazel Green says Hon W O Mio mind Postmaster H F Iicratt are very indignant over the publication in a Louisville paper that they had declared against Bryan matt silver Both denounce the reported interviews nil utterly false mind Postmaster Pierntt warmly declared he would tbe found working for tIll ticket from now until the polls close Not a bolting Democrat can bo found in Morgan Mcnefee Montgomery Hath or Wolfe counties Hon Win Taylor ex i representative of Menefee anal Montgomi ery said There is not a man in may county that is not for free silver mutt many of tho Republicans will vote fur IIr all on account of the silver platform It will be safe towiy that the Democratic majority this fall will bo double that of ninny previous election in IKnstern Kentucky I do not believe there is n single true Democrat that will holt tine ticket in Eastern Kentucky Rut on tIll other hand hundreds of Republicans will vote for free silver and Hryan n A Card KIUTOU HlUAU We lire informed that sonic unscrupulous persons are in dustriously circulating a report that the hair has been or will bo postponed For i the purpose of thwarting tho design those who have or may circulate such ofI falsehood wo state that time idea of put ponement of our Fair hUll never been contemplated On the contrary wo state without reservation that the Hazel Green Fair will be held as advertised The association feels Haltered by the en couragement it has already received ninth can truly say that wo expect time coming fair to be tine best ever meld in Hazel Green It is our intention to make it such Respectfully Tin FA lit DIKIUTOUS All persons indebted to Fallen or Fal len C Allen either by note or account will plciiK come forward anti settle at once as Inn compelled to have money By giving this your prompt attention you may save further cost and trouble Respectfully O cut FALLEN Lee City lily 27 1895 W H Cord wife and son Robert of Hazel Green mire tine guests of Mrs Cs plllce01enjtOil FOR SALEII Necessity compels uie to collect nil thntII IB owing to unit so debts that I owe All who tire indebtedto me bat do not innke settlement with me nt once will find their notes or account in the hand of tin officer for collection I want to tell nil the renl estate I own and have control or consisting of two haute and lots In Camp ton six acres of land in Campton one form of sixty acres one nnd onehalf miles from Camptou and four lots in Walnut Grove Ky Will tell on easy tern LYKINSrJuly 1 GREATESTr p CLOTHNIN SILl OF THIS TRADE i rCOMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Intil Closed Out i The i Largest and Best Stock of Glotliing in Ken1U- a r J 1 REGARDLESS OF VALIJKIMSCJAKDLUSS OF COST KKCJAimiKSS OK rmCt1 c d PocentI of from li Its O and iJ which putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR SI50 YOtWhenI FlanShitscolonguarantoedhour IS A COISKER I and Fifty Suits from our lust sale which sold it UH1Illld worth 10 and I12 at um Pants at 50 cents 75 cent and 1l worth lf0 2 and a Une HundredI pair Pants fino wool caHsimore at i worth JiJ You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices LrOtTliS it= = 41L IettW aICJfiSi LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON OWn PURlS til iR SE DAVIS 1 oPHACTlCAJO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAHEL C3KK13N KENTlCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONSr WE prinictSnlltlIHome People get onlyI Honest Work and be Happy IN TIlE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE IIemploy only skilled labor every man beiiiK an artist in his specialty1nd Your work is respectfully solicited H PJlEATT 1 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KYJJJ H F PIERATT Proprietor WIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special cnro token of teams for Comnier ciul Travelers Parties conveyed to any pOint on liberal terms Patronage of the public re spoctfully solicited H F PIERATT II ll SCHOOLf II TIjE 9RrAT BJJ NESS TRAINING TJ SOU- TaclSjrrtrpIIJtilJSlndnll i HvNDatn or cstouTU RIDING nsE rosm 9lWlIV J AECNYMENGEO 8ING IUSINESS lfI71Ai TsE 60UNTRY Mrrarrrox Rarr was fl QGV lolcfHAJJlI 4r4- r i 1- w fiIE MERALI Hazel d Green Hsarsays Happenlngs 0John M Hose of this place lost two cheep by tie Iloodof Saturday night- 1Ve linvo several hundred nuwvpttpcr on land Call mid Est thcmlllforo they are nil gone Mrs Doc Perkins hits tlio thanks of the editor ami his hotter for a lot of fine tomatoes llcv L Jl Scott ilforniH IIH that he will hold Horviccs at Mt Sterling next Sunday 9th inst alto editor and hiM bctter1 oten thanks to Mrs nL B Svvnngo for a mK of large delicious tomatoes J T Day who leas been cUllftnlll to his homo for a week or over by illnen was able to be about Tuesday The ninny friends of Josh Uellusk will he pained to learn that he hits boon eon fined to his home for some time with ai severe cane of flux Marry It Maupiu representing Kced Peebles Co Portsmouth Ohio was in guest of the Day Honse hoveral days during the peat week Sleeplessness can be cured by the ad ministration of from half a pint to n pint of warm Iliquid food bay soup ur milk jiiHt before retiring Prof Win IHI Cord passed through town lnt Sunday en route to Salycrsville whew he holds the Mngollln county teachers institute this week Miss Mallio James opened the public school at this place on Monday with an attendance of fifty scholars and selected Miss Amanda llingo asThcr assistant The rain storm of last Saturday even ing was one of the mo t severe seen in this section for several years and the streams were swollen out of their banks While Coon Alexander was tempora rily away from his store in Daysboro on Wednesday morningi some one tapped the till and secured a check for 412 and 5 in cash QtKKHox How can you make a Kiekella two cent piece AIIy buy hog a Saturday Itladu from Nevada Nickell I litho tame way you can make n Nickell two cell tHoSee f The report has beet circulated that we have so many old papers on hand that the prico hits been reduced Wo now hun several hundred whicl we willsell for iO edits per hundred hint come first served High water in Swifts Uanip creek did cuniderable damage to property at Campion on Saturday night The footbridge nn Main street was carried away and the flood covered the lower floors of several buildings Green walnuts or green walnut leaves placed in afes cupboards and the like or on shelves will elltctually drive away ants mill keep them away The nuts are better than leaves but either will do The 1 work The remedy is simple and worth trying All subscriptions not paid up by the 10th of the present month will be dropped from our list and the accounts placed in the hands of a foreign collecting ngell cy which allows no guilty mina to es cape We need the money honestly due us to pay the debts we honestly owe The high water last Saturday night In Incy creek drowned two fine steers for Ellis Johnson nod cnrricd away three or four hundred yards of wire fencing Wiley Perkins living on the same creek lint a heavy log wngon floated off and torn to pieces and there was consider able other damage at points along the stream Dr Silas Kash on Monday killed a water mocasin snake that measured eight feet and noticing that it was of unusual alze he dissected it with the result that be found 33 young nnnkes measuring about four inches in length The snake was killed on the river near Cox mill A total of 84 snakes in one bunch is pretty good for this hot ellthcrI Mr OToole of tho firm f Pruden ft OToole of Lexington was here Sunday and Monday accompanied by George Norman sculptor for the firm and erect ed an exceedinglyI handsome monument to the memory of Miss Stella B Kash recently deceased Tho monument iii a beautiful piece of statuary and a loving testimonial from her affianced W T Opportunityhas InttUn of this piece of work but in next- eekllIBue we purpose to give a com plete description Charley Day of Morchcad urnlor Indictment for embezzlement in this count and who recently took leg bailat Campion voluntarily surrendered to the authorities at Campion in tine past week In an interview with tho reporter for this paper Mr lay stated that his rca HOII for leaving as he did was solely for tho purpose of furnishing bond and with no intention of defrauding his bondsmenII i at Campion He went direct to More head secured a bond testified by the county clerk of Rowan county to be worth JO000 and returned to CampionI to file it Charley says that whenever he hits n fair trial ho will prove his inno ccncB of the charges alleged against him I and those who know him well fceom to be thoroughly convinced of this filet I While trying to cross Laurel erect last Saturday afternoon Mrs Steve Coll ier of this county lust her nine year oh I child In midstream tho buggy in which MrsI Collier her hallIInd a nine year till child were seated wen turned over Sumo men standing on the bank nearby rescued Mrs Collier and the baby but the ninc yeiir old child nnd the horse were drowned rind drifted down streamI two or three mils where their bodies were found Sunday morning in a drift pile Excepting the H7ii GnurN llriuiDI the Chicago Saturday Blade is the new siest and moat reliable paper from whichI political information can be obtainedI that comes to our postolfice The lady like Nevada Nickell iis agent for the maple maid shin will deliver you a Blade for a nickel two cents of which is hers as commission Give her your patronage and you will be glad of having done so We have just received from the music publishing house of The S lirainards I Sons Co 151 Wabash avenue Chicago a copy of tho uHcd lHot Democratic Cam paign Song Hook for the campaign of 19ttf The book contains solos duets mixed nnd male quartets nod is especial Ily arranged for campaign clubs It iis not a cheap word edition mill is sold for the remarkably low price of In cents orI 1 pcr dozen IHtJuliJ Till Morehead Advance comes to us this week as an illustrated edition It is neatly uotlen upI fluid its young IlitorI Win F Schooler formerly an y of Tin HrKun deserves great credi for the enterprise shown n There will bo a meeting of tho Fair i association at the fairgrounds Saturday afternoon at 2 oclock iliisiries of im portance to be transacted u WOLFE COUNTY Gilltuoro Gleanings Iluictha Little is quite ill uidriot ex pected to live James M1 Elys little baby that hasI been so long afflicted with skin disease is gruhmllHinki On Saturday night last we road one of the largest tides that has ever xen in Gillmore creek since the writer hasII known the place twentyfive years The farmers have suffered a great lews o fencing corn hay etc It will take ten days to replace the fencing Samuel Haddix jr wnsMiot yesterday morning by Allison Hose It nippenr that Andy Haddix was overseer of the road end hind summoned leis hands to work the road to take out tome obstruc tions They all met at the place 1111 pointed and behold Allison Hose i his three sons met them with guns and j pistols A few words were passed between tile parties and the result was that Paris Hose shot at Stun Haddix with a needle rifle and micscd him Then Alli son Hose shot him in the right shoulder with a shot gun inflicting a very dangerous wound August 4 User IlMUH MENEFEE COUNTY Trimble Bend Tremor Miss Belle Trimble of Hazel Green in visiting her parents All good Democrats in this section are for Bryan Sewall and free sliver I The heavy rains have done much dam age to the crops nnd roads Al Langworthy of Manbn is improv ing his house by putting on a new roof Willie Trimbles wife who has been very low with brain fever is much im provedIBoon Tumble has purchased Rev A II Millers farm mid tatemU to move to iiti about the first of March next j I at the Laurel There was n big meeting church conducted by Rev JohnI Springs i Brown Great interest was lIIunlfc ted and one convert was loapuzetIi Application has been made to have the state road run through Trimble bend I and will save This is a much better route considerable distance in travelIII Our popular polltl1l had his boat girl iout buggy rldlnt Sunday theinrattlesnakelargolie save a road and jumping from the buggy pro weeded to annihilate it which lie did 111 a most sntlafaetQry mnnner It badnine rattler and u Utiuu pAVAugust ENGLIS I1J2F12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY f jffJP Regular Morals 25 contfi Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 0 n m Dinner froia 10 n in to B p in Suppor from 0 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty cus T7XGUtr pu1J1iof10V 1 MAGOFFIH COUNTY Mckbnra Localettes Judge W L May passed through her- yesterday James N Howard in building a act store house John Coffee of Morgan was here the other day on business Tho bedspring company is located at Salyersville fir a while Jerry ICasterling lots gone lo MorganI to work at the shoe trade Fred Walters moved into one of J D Bays house the other day Our institute convene 4 next Monday with 1V II Cord as instructor The sheep trade seems to bo in the lend at present with thin stock merchants llcv JJ D Bays goes to the mouth ol Hock houso this evening to hold meeting belle Salyor of Hazel Green returned j to her home at that place the lint of thet week The school at our place begins Monday week the teacher being Miss Corn Power of Salyersville J F and W II Cooper and A 1 Lacy have gone to some of the upper counties to buy stock Your scribe made a pleasant visit to Hazel Green the first of tho week and j everything was up and a moving The talk was that they wire going to have a better fair this year thou ccrIThe box supper at our place on the fourth Saturday of JulyI was a grand success in every respect attended by ninny young folks from Salyersville nail other places Misses Lih Prater and Gracio Adams lull Kosco Adams were guests of Jeff Cooper and D C Patrick Chins Franklin Wiley and Deed Patrick were guests of J n Bays i also many others visited other paces but would be too tedious to mention It is not strange nor anything new to say that young folks full in love at the present time for wo hear people say that love is as old as all creation and it is something that will ever continue Whilst thin iis the ease we find so many pretenders or those tint try to make believe But however there are ninnyii that are not of this clans On lost Sun I Ida morning while everything was bright and lovely and there did nut seem to be one thing to cause discontent ill nay respect one of our brainiest young men1 as your paper called him some lime ago was going away for a short time M he called on his best girl and after a short accnmpuiyhintanother lady enjoyed a pleasant ride Then camo the trying lour for we know tryirig I HiipKso they took the oldfashioned hu IIcl llakIUllf then shouted farewell Brother Wadkins If any one wants to know the parties they will please cull on Miss Gracio Adams and Lib Prater also A I Lacy and Coon Patrick If anyone isi so tumid that he cant propose to a young lady he mummy timid it a very eay matter by using tine following pro IlpOIII IultllIrivo n NIIIIIIV honk cnt lii tart the lea i 111111fHut I love then The sunshine kisses mount rand vale The Mar they kins the sea blounislimit I kiss tlire The oriole veiN nil mottled male TlieI lilys the bride o the live marriage riiiK Iis round the earth 1JlIIIIi wed thec- j August 1 jJlTJss MORGAN COUNTY j 1MnvtowDE B May of Mt Sterling is in town on business The few gold standard men in this neck o the woods have very little to say and nut much of that Berry Oldfield who lens been sick 10I long at the home of his father R Old field died today and will bo buried tomorrow Wednesday Downing Co Swango t Co and Little it Co were here Monday weighing j shop nearly all day So much for the prospect of free silver Daniel Hurst of Bath county wl1l4loIjI town last night on his way home Lawicncc county where he hums been in I the interest of the Kitchen Cabinet I H B Mailpin She hustling dry goods drummer for Reed Peebles Co was hero this weekIlIId soldseveral hills i The merchants like to trade with Harry iTho excitement ran high awhile here Saturday night on account of the sudden I rise in Blackwater It got out of its banks and continued to spread until j I some of our people had to wade out and ji seek shelter in barns and other houses on higher ground Old logs that had I been buried for years in the sand arc I gone Cant tell tho loss to railand j I hl81houllCI the nearest go house on his side of the I creek Ills hog pen and hog that was it are gone and no tidings of either inII August 4 WixntHRS BirOId papen fur sale at this office I i u- I Y etToatuLaolil tt The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky Inn KBx SOSSiOn BOgins SOD lIlfier 1189fi I 1t1 Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business ttr7J nn 1rJtiA IdtltnliotlI IiIr Jr COKI j 1xl Ilnl II JEW ETERPRISEi d laving pold my Stable I leave gone into the BUSINESS And ask tho patronage of tho community I make and repair all kinds lit Harness and Saddles std my prices are as low as tine lowest JOHN H PIERATT O KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY 01dra niiMinulili Sciitiinlnr Iorcntu1 J111ltitattvl r IDAILY HACK LINE- n lga1vit n Hazel Green and Torrent 11a iliumIIIFARE 100 EACH WAY mynlile idvnnee my oIlleeM Marti IIClIIIIKIIIlixpreifini TWO LIVERY STABLES III Greenbath1 rigs for the accommodation ofI I IlItHCkIIlId public jj BQySpccial attention to the accommo j dation IIIrIticpublic I am Ilatronage JT TAYOlt BAY I DIXGFI C DEn WITH J roe RobigsoqNortoq GOI Importers Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Noa 537 C30 and li4JWCllt Main Street LOUISVILLE KY JATAtJXiBKG ZIsl Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ISt Surgery and obstetrics anpeclalty t I A HOWARD ATTOIIVKVATLAW- CAMPTON TAMPEItI KY Will practice in the conrti of Wolfe and the etltrnltedIWJM KERB CO IW JOBDEU8 IN Hardware w Jlsrfsateil lia laments XBONTOK O 0 Four ulleaclild 11th Whiles Com mereliil nail 11nahallege of Liberal Arid IIIIBK Three annex CliiMienl Lllernry Sci entific Select eonrnH Unwed Strong 0 KiriiH of tiiieherx Flue ivmmuiliiin leIII very innilitraiv HoanlliiK nt roles iWlon licjlni M One in at in and i I QUALITYIWORMS1 WHITES ORE- AMVERMIFUCEI FOR 20 YEARS Hns lod oil WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED HOLD IIY AII luiuuuirrci- I I ttffttf4 Vr niCIURIIMIX MMtlllMf CO HT LOflH THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T B QCIKCBV DrAwcr 150 Chicago Secre tory of the STAR Acctncxr COMIAKV for Information regardful Accident Iniur ance Mention this paper Ily to doing you can nave memrifwhip fee Hoi paid over tWOOOOOO for accidental Injuries Be your own Agent IUQUIREDoI TenI IreREDUCED FA Iromlatogalb I rr iDKiliitijr a burn praotlrhlpNnbufrnreutirrtrteutlon InimuuilixxK Noganniie wrinkkv or fUlibltiMM lID I lirntn cnxral lieaMliaml lirautinM mmpltilnn itir tlcUoi and IIIdlI U4lm ImiurM It TtxiiuaDiU cureo PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL connitrmuili fur particular addrtlM with tamp DR SNVDERnMermlcAOOcnILl l1trAlr3r T DnD ATTOKNKYATLAW a CAMPTON KY PfrCullectlulIllI spcciulty ITT T COLVIN WIT- InTRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOI8Salo Qrooers MT STERLING KY COMBS HOUSE OAlilPTON KY ry J B HOLLON r oiBiCTO The patronage of the traveling public le respectfully solicited Tab the best BUJ every attention to the comfort ofgaeiU THE HERALD1 tOU ALL KINDS u OF JOB PRINTJN r U r A SUPPLY Why does all heaven move toward be seeching souls Nathaniel DUrtonI Empty tho brookfed basin high on tho mountain fide Drain It drop by drop and make It dry an you willIThe forces that guide tin waters no vacu um can abhteIThey rush they Join they link their threads In a foaming tide And down they hurry and hasten the spent pool to refill limply the sphere of glass exhaust Its lastIspent air Beal It and make It sure and deem your work complete Let huh a pin pierce the fabric anywhere And the urgent and crowding other for nil your guarding carl Will enter nnd till tho space and laurjK ut your swift defeat 80 to the empty chambers of these cruv ing souls of ours Comas tho Invisible grace which breathes from the Lord of Heaven Comes UB comes to the sand tho tldo with its freshening powers Comes an en mo to tho harvest tho solac lug summer showers An to thirst of the desert the draft which Is life IM glvun Only be ready and welt and Heaven shall haste to bloMM 1111 lit the old wine out and make n place for tint now Bwlfler than riiHlilug wind shall the force divine down press And the pitiful Lord lustrad of the want and the loneliness Shall give the ponco of ponce and till fullness of Joy to you Austin Coolidge In H H Times LAST OP THE BUFFALO Tho American Bison Is Fast Disap pearing from tho Oontiuont AN w llriitiilliiir Iriiiiiid Hut Uocnutljr Ituun HutnlilUluMl ut Adrian Mlrti A lliipijr mud Oroirlng Fam ily ut rugs Iitrk ElhllA1S one of thcII I most remarkable things In tho na tional history of the North Ameri cull continent In the rapid disap pearance of the IJulTalowhlch t while roamed over tvnstranges of territory In utmostI count less herds and in absolutely countless 111011JHIIllllrlbuffalo Is the list of three varieties of flllllllJiJhll which la the days of Komulus and HCIUIIH roamed through the forests of Inul and Ccrmanla now like Its Amer call cousin nearly extinct being found very rarely In the forests of Lithuania The Kccnml of till species is the Indian bison frequenting the wooded rllllgl of the Himalayas and the third 1III idiortneokod broadbreasted hairyI shouldered fellows with whose appear j I once every American schoolboy is fa miliar although living specimens tune for KOIIIO years been growing mot and I more rare until the entire fanny hilsII t been threatened wit extinction The American bison has a reputation ax II fighter Vet naturalists say he is the most pence fill stud I InotVensiveofI the mamntnlI fnmlly If the reienIists who write hunks on natural history lire J be credited title plainsmen huntors and all writers of the wild western school must be the direct descendants of Ananias These animals in days of yore ranged oCt all that portion of North America west of the Hudson tend Alleghenies and south of the Columbia river hut for ninny years they ceased to exist east of the lather of Waters and crowd ed ever westward toward the setting sun having apparently distanced the Indian on the route toward utter ex tinction In anticipation of such consumma tion the Smithsonian institution at Washington nnxlou to preserve some specimens of tit American bison not many years ugo sent n commissioner Into the for west to procure the IIlCOSIj I nary hides mud heads of uUe told female I NpcciiiioiiH to be stulVed mind set up in thc museum So rare hud these animals become that required long and vigilant search mull then only through d time culls uiHxpccted hjejc nfJcrlWrI dltSRbuniglig fnllures lies the incsseii t ger able to secure the desired trophies With the exception of a small and rnp idlydlmlniHhing herd in the Yellowstone country and another among the hlllri of New Hampshire the types ol buffalo to be seen today arc almost entirely confined to one or two mangy specimens In menageries mad zoos at tached to public parks Their propaga tion by private enterprise ins however recently been attempted nnd what promises to be a wellequipped and BUC ceu fun breeding ground has just been estiblirthed with flattering prospects III the suburbs of the city of Adrian lIch Two of the leading spirits in the enterprise ore Messrs J Wallace Pogo and WflcrI Clement- Commtnclngln a small way some tlmo ago they fitted up n coral In winch were inclosed a cub hear n coyote a wolf a wild eat and some deer trophies of tho hunt and donations from time to time of friendly NlmrodH These constituted a sort of happy family until their num hers Increased to such an extent that it no longer became possible to maintain the necessary entente cordhilc Final Ily the advent of some trained elk made nn extension of tho territory devoted to this incipient 700 a matter of neces sityA picturesque location of sonic II acres was purchased in the northwest ern suburb of the city which was strongly fenced In and duly partitioned and into this the amateur menagerie was turned loose The pork consists of rich rolling land partially wooded with lots of good posture and n minia turn lake of nlKJiit three acres In the southwest corner IIH what was once a commodious farm dwelling which is now used as n residence by the keeper of the grounds The original arrivals turned loose here comprised n numler of deer Indigenous to the forests of upper Michigan These were reinforced by some 18 elk several of which have been trained to harness About one third of the total number were females and during last summer n number of deer lord elk were bred there A short time ugh Mr Taunt con ceivcd the idea of introducing a herd of buffalo believing that tho shaggy de scendants of the erstwhile monarchs of the plains would increase flourish ail grow fat The culminationI of this idea was seen n little later when a massive mile specimen about nine years old Is lth four females an a retinue wax Im ported and turned out to browse time rich sward of lag park The female quartet of time combination consists of h yearling helter ami three cows just past two years old their weights rang ing from lion to 000 pounds The procurement of the Page herd was not altogether an easy matter It was one thing to resolve to get nnd raise bulTalocs Iliad quite another thing to Hud the necessary nucleus for such a plojIIct ISlln to stall the wildsand aslllelSIor Lincoln park Chicago Not long ago he noticed that the superintendent of Lincoln park iL Alexander had de termined to dispose of a surplus of a great miretyof the animals there in order introduce letter and choicer variety MrI Clement at once decided upon Lincoln park us his future Held of operations but before he could get t aalto En CLEVELAND it on to there he found that the park authori ties hud already sold several spcclmeiu to the government to be turned loose In Yellowstone park Mr Clement found however that there were live more which might bo lout He at once took themSince the flee animals were corralcd in the Chicago jungle thanks to Mr Clements diplomacy and longrange bank account two new bulls have been secured from n park near Fort Wayne Ilord These are pronounced very fine specimens weighing something in ex cess of JOOO pounds eachG W Lar will In Chicago Chronicle- Encouragement Her Father linn my daughter given you any encouragement sir Suitor Well she said you were al ways n very generous jmrent Phila delphia Amwican The first 1 incorporated in this country with n charter and privileges was New York whicl was granted its- hllpcrsiu iOGf FAINTING IS NOT FASHIONABLE IlyiUorlcal Women Will lie Compelled to Loosen Their Corsets Somtnrhnt Yes there was a time when a woman could faint whenever she took n no tion said the doctor It was a form of hysteria and WitS largely due to tight lacing There seemed to be something fascinating to the average woman in losing consciousness at certain tittles She never dreamed of fainting in the quietof her own room No Indeed Shin waited until she got to the theater or church or nt a ball or reception It was only the fashionable women who had nothing to do nnd took no exercise Worklnfrwomen had no time to get hys terlrI You take u woman today and let her live very high take no exercise get little sleep and squeeze n 25Inch waist into a 17 or 15inch corset and in three months site will be in such a hys terical state that the slightest thing will up et her so tint she will Iwcome in sensible Fainting did not go out of stylet until the wasp waist hud had Its dny A revolution in corsets worked wonders for women and it Is due to two thongs American women today display more common sense in the unit ter of dressing than they ever did be fore and they take more Interest in physical development I havent seen n woman faint before In two years Common sense is a prevailing dom modity among the women old and young of today Tight lacing was at the bottom of my fainting volunteered the matron rubbing down her pretty waist and for my part I think it was the real root of time evil Ten yeas ago women certainly laced Xo 17 corsets were sold In great quantities then now tint number is extinct and nmycorset maker tells mo that she never hits a call for an IS except when soiius little being comes in and has one node to order What is the average number now asked the college boy with as much in terest as a girl would display Number 23 was tho reply Twenty and JL are considered small nnd silt has ono customer who boasts a waist tint is an even yard and her figure is magnificent too She carries herself like a qleen Corsets used to beI straighter in line than runty and you teen should bo thankful that you never Knew tin agonyof being bound up in one They are now eat with curves so in to give room for the lungs heart and liver and if they are laced a little tight at the waist the wearer doesnt fool any discomfort The stomach also humus ab solute freedom In a properlyconstruct ed corset and there is no pressure MTOSS tin kidneys as formerly soot ing will cause a woman to faint quicker than having a steady pressure on the stomach Why Ive known women who couldnt keep their corsets on inure than three liners at a time in the old lays Corsets were evidently built strong er than they are now remarked the young woman and I am sure none of these fainters wore educated at my college Yes to both questions hilt it wns be fore physical suture and athletics came into vogue for women The corsets used to be ljterfeet armors They were exceedingly heavy and almost aa stilt us steel Sot ninny women vunr stays now ndays I believe modestly ventured the young that Oh yen spoke up the young wom liThat Is altogether a mistaken idea There ore very lest women who do not wear stays and indeed there are very few who could leave them lilT with any degree of comfort or grace lFor awhile women rushed madly after health waists lint the Corset dealers meal makers report that fur fewer sub stitutes for corsets are sold today than ferturlyl garment like that becomes a fad but soon goes out of vogue Wom en arent gelds to stop wearing the eor sot They discard stays when exercising in a gymnasium or when playing field games nail tunnyof them leave theta nit when awheel hut as for giv- Ing them up when dressed up few women are emancipated to that ex tent True the corsets of today aie nut so straight stilt or henry as former J ly nil they are not worn so tight but till the same they are still a very im portant part of a womans wardrobe and there IsI nothing in a wellconstruct ed loose light corset that could pos rlbly mako anyone feint Oh pshaw exclaimed tho doctor impatiently I told you that fainting wan out of style long ago MyI opinion Is that In 20 years even in ten very few women will bo wearing stays Ill cycles and basket hall and hurdling and running and broad and high jumping still drive out whalebone aid steel I for one hops they will said the college girl as she drained her small cup of coffee They wont 1111 the saute and If we live we shall see remarked the matron with equal earnestness V Y Sun Frozen Illinium Peel mill mash a dozen bananas squeeze Into the pulp the juice of two oranges add a quart of clarified sugar With freeze When nearly frozen 8d1 the svell beaten whites of two eggs mixed with two ounces of pulverized sugar stir all well together nil finish freezing All fruits can be frozen in like manner When cherries or straw berries are to be used they lire im proved in flavor if allowed to stand an hour in the sirup before freezing Boston Globe FIRES IN GREAT FORESTS Preventive Work AcconiplUhed by the fire Warden of Mliinonotii The first report of thin chief fire wrI lien of Minnesota nn officer appointed usher an net passed last year hits been published and contains many stute ments of interest As part of the pre cautionary measures adopted nbout vsuuo placards warning against kind ling fires in forest or prairie were dis trip ailed Twentyseven tires in forest regions including those in brush land 1 till marshes are reported They burned over an aggregate area of 8JOS acres and did damage to the amount of ti312i The wet weather of last your greatlyI ivluefl1 the losses In the prai rie region of the western side of the state fly windyI conditions were con ducive to the spreading of tire during the period from August to November andI 101 field and prairie fires occurred burningi oxer shout 7i000 acres and causing a damage of ilJ77I In the same territory in 1811 nbout 100000 acres were burned over the local war dons controlled and extinguished many fires The state warden has consulted manufacturers of locomotives in the Iliitid States and Knglnnd with ref erence to tIll first spark arrester It is learned that no sueli device Is wholly ellieient as hoe sparks are always like ly to escape It is of prime Importance tint all such devices should be lkept in jood condition The warden says that the 7000 Chip pewa Indians who are scattered throughout Minnesota forests are more careful abut extinguishing their for est fires than white people The grater number of lies ore caused by loco motive sparks but the careless farmer burning over fields before plowing and tthrashing machines cue also n great source of danger It is the business ol the wardens to prevent as well as to extinguish ires The dissemination of forestry sentiment is regarded a an excellent method of helping on the work In theI lorest region of Minne sota the government still holds user C1100000 acres of public laud These Ire continually visited by ionic seek ers t Imber cruisers aidl hunters The warden remnrku that when people 1 be come educated as to the true economic aluo of forests and to a comprehen sion of the danger and damage trim forest loss every man tend boysVhio frequents tho woods will lieu voluntary atehman to guard against such fires About 12000 workmen are employed I in the logging industry of MinnesotaI It is estimated that till total amount of white pine standing is 1112 1000000 feet and of red or Norway pine 111- liiIIOO foot IIn 23 counties there lire MhSjooo acres of natural forest and In the whole state there are 11S0000 acres of natural forest not including mere brush and swamp laud The an nual cut of pine for each of the past three years is estimated at 1500000 feet The consumption of mercantile hard wood lumber in Minnesota Is esti mated at loooooOdO annually The report pointsI out the economic mid hygienic importance of 1perpetuat hag the forests Indianapolis News FIERCE PYGMIES OF MEXICO llttlt Known of it Unco Willed Ciiilnulit idly IliNU In DliiN Domain Somewhere hidden ill the heart of that land of marvel Mexico there is without doubt n natiMi of pygmies Kew they lire but tiers short of stat ure hat lung of life Science which in this latter day goes out Into highways nnd hedges and compvls nil sorts of curi osities to come in has not he ii nbU yet to putt its positive linger on these people lint till Atee traditions old before the her ginning of history have said thyX isted There is an echo of the story Iin the early histories of that land full of wonders Present only told of a small part of the strange things to by found in Mexico It wns in the belief that wo laid the dew to almost the precise location of these tiny folks tint I started to jour icy Into the wilds of Mexico So defi site was ithe Information upon which the expedition was based tint I thought sse night go directly to till home of the dwarfs I loess there were moun tains to ellmb rivers to cross bun dads of hard miles to travel untold hardships to face but to find the pyg my Atees wns n great enough accom plishment to tempt any scientific maul to make oil physical discomforts seem trivial I went I invaded tilt re motest amid most uucivilicd districts of the great country to the south Of the men and eustoirls I tense seen many and studied them front the United Stats border to the isthmus I have seen strange people and gathered relic of a bygone civlliatton limit the race of pyg mies we could not find I do not say that they do oat exist limit merely thntI did not find thrum They may still be hidden somewhere among tho mountains where some dny some lucky man will find them and bringi thetaI to light At any rice I have come back to till haunts of everyday modern people and fie duties of every daytvistr aiH happier than when I started on my mill rem The stories of those wanderings In Mexico will bo a wonder story to toll by and by and a rich memory for old ago San Francisco Kxamincr- At l tin Summer ilotnl Maud There are three young men coming here Saturday Kate lndced What imluccmontsi3 time proprietor offering = Brooklyn Life 1A LITTLE NONSENSE Your wife gave us n splendid Wx lure on cooldng last evening werent you there I was home witj DenFreePresslow shetIfmid the chief actor in the hanging IOdia11apolis nrUcteInget my wife to read but it in no UK skiing her Sam Singleton Til ttll you how to do it Cut the pleeeotitmlad put In your pocket N Y Herald Husband Dont you think yoQj rather unreasonable to metoeighttomaybeslittleplrfectllIIrnlnlInds 1Crtersitvhat ins shows the jontrurinoss of politicians said Faster Corntossel as he finished an account of an unsuccessful interviewers at tempt Whats the matter asked his wife When they31int got nothln ter say theyll talk like twas for den life an e7 soon tZ thy pits poincthln on their minds thet the public ml like ler hear about they suet up like claim Washington Star A little fellow who lives near us went into n shop some weeks ago to buy n pairI of gloves tile shopman stared at his juvenile customer and asked him what size he took The youngster promptly informed him Ho you want kid gloves my boyP asked the shopman Kid gloves ejao untod his customer Im not n kid now T want grownup OIlIsTo11 and Country Journal- PROPULSIONI OF BALLOONS Santo of tit ninirnltlrt Tlmt HiAnt Thou I Who Niivliiit thn Air In attenitng to propel a balloon of the usual shape the great diUleulty met with is that immediately it begins to move against the wind the big bag of gas is fonvd out of shape null in pro portion to the propelling power applied threatens to engulf the ear and iU tenants in its folds or to suffocate them with this gas which is caused to escape by the alteration of its capacity with change of shape The other dillkultr is the construction of a powerful enough and yet light motor which doos not require fire to work it Though many attempts have been made advance hills been very slow The French who louse persistently stuck to thin balloon front a notional pride in its invention and who have dune most of its Iimprovement hate made some notable steps In the matter of balloon propulsion Thus toward the close of the Frnncoticrinnn war MI Dupuy de Lome a naval builder constructed a balloon with a rudder and a scroV driven by the passengers It was found that a velocity apart from that of the air current of nbout six mills an hour could Ibe obtained Considerably better results have been obtained by Messrs 1 Krebs and Kennrd with their t1g1I shnped bal loon inflated with hydrogen and pro Idled by an electromotor driven by storage butteries They have succeed ed in traveling a little more than U miles an liner in fair weather and In steering in any direction even return ing exactly to their starting point but in windy weather the apparatus hat not lees tried To brave any coder ately strong wind the machine would require to travel something like W miles all hour but these French officer do not expect to attain a sjHed of more than 25 miles an hour in the most favorable circumstances In the opin ion of Maxim this dirigible balloon Ius near perfection as is ever likely to be attained by a machine depending on aerial flotation The empire of the air is not to be won by balloons They have too many imperfections and limitations and accordingly this nt first sight hopeful path must he abandoned for the more dilllcult out of mechanical flying lhe- laird must he imitated as far as human jMiwers aided by suitable mechanical devices to make up for the naturalde ficiencies of strut can go The efforts tlbceitl j machines which though tlhymust necessarily be heavier than the air yet may find their very weight and Inertia menus for battling successfully with the variable air currents The sub ject has been approached in mnnvoi rcctions and much encouragement baS been gained as the dillicultUs hnreI been more thorouglilyunderstO0oL icntlcmuns Magn+fiiie- In ii1111110 Drlit It is intended that the existing tional debt of Japan including the for nigh and hone loans war loans and the new industrial loan shall bo redeem in as years TIlt debt includes the funa of raised for commuting the revenues the feudal chiefs for the biiildinfr Qf railways lighthouses and public build lags as wrll as for establishing graphs and outer industrial enterprises The sum required for the service of W debt in 1 mil when the debt reaches 1 V 1V highest figure will HS near as can estimated equal 51 per l ont of the revenue In Great Itrituin 2G percenti- lrequi eil Itt France 37 pcrcnt is Italy 40 pur edit and in the lhll States j per cent Chicago 1atT Ocean I j rim THE FARMING WORLD USE OF GERMICIDES In Certain Condition Their Use la Iot- lvoly Langorouw The method of lidding something1 the cream thntwill destroy the barter or prevent their growth no nuttterho vnrm the weather or how distant market appeals to the dealer on accotu of its cheapness simplicity and effe livinesH Cream in which a sulflcic- tquuttity of boric acid or Fnlicylic ac has been introduced for these are 11u stances generally used as pre ervatives of cream will remain perfectly sweet for an Indefinite time even in the ho test summer temperature These chem icals produce no decided change in the taste or appearance of tho creams and it in no wonder that this method IUIH sometimes been adopted by those who have seen in it a solution of the only difficulty In the way of extending a lu crative cream trade What then n the objections to this method Th first and the very decided objection that will occur to the consumer in the when paying for sweet and tvlcoles uii cream he does not want it diluted with anything else In view of the coin pnt iin tively small quantity of the preset vm the that has to be used this objection might he overeonw by an appeal to the reason of the consumer if ho did not have reason tus well as prejudice on hi side If it could he shown that the pr servative wn as harmless as the cream Iteelf there would perhaps be no rem conable objection to it but the best that can be claimed for these chemical pre servatives is that while they are su death to bacteria they also endanger the health and derange the digestive apparatus of human beings Among those qualified to judge of the effect o these substances when taken into th stomach of human beings there Iis practically but one opinion curd that is that the constant consumption of them is harmful venjf taken ill small1 quantities In certain eases where pe OUt are suffering from disease of the digestive organisms the use of Brent preserved by this method is pasitlve- ldnngcrouxFnrntcrs Review THE WAY TO SUCCEED Krrp it Milk Kororil Avrnrillni to tlm lieu IIcrn DrHrrllMtl To know something of what the cows are doing it is neoesstiry to keep a record of the milk from day to day lung up a bit of board and a pencil in the stable HOW TO KKKl A MILL 1UsCOItDI I with scales for weighing Tack to the j lKird some loose sheets of writing paper as shown in the cut mind CIS the unlit from each cow is drawn weigh it uurl put the record in black cud white or the paperj Kaeh sheet may be ruled fur sen n days Withi such a record Dill ran see Instantly what cows re hpjwl iiiil to what extent to increase of feet Dont keep a cow without Liuming whether or not she is doing the square thing by you when you are doing the square thing by herX V Tribune l X e v Way to Kill Tends N11iIe on his recruit western tour Chumivey M1 Depew wax shown an mice trim weall killer in ojRratioii the SIIlScess of which means much III sparsely settled sections of the country An or dinary Hat car Is equipped with metal brushes which extend out over each rlglllatlll of time weeds which in the western and southern states overreach upon the companys right of way as the car dashes Ulong at express speed A dyna mo on the ear run while the train Is in motion is connected with the metallic brushes which receive the full force 1 of the current which is communicated to the weeds passing through them to the ground with the result that the Weeds ore instantly shriveled up a Tim Sjiluucli lent MiiKK it The spinneh leaf maggot or miner is a small white maggot which mines the leaves of spinach beets and lambs tlrJlliutlhIhave a jlistered appearance nCIThe white eggs ure deposited by a fly nod are usually to be found attached to the I lower surface of the leaves It is the mot Injurious pest known to infest I I 1111111faUI troy nil Iambs quarters combined fl- with late fall or early spring plowing ofoM spinach fields There are six lastbroodpupaetatenn r Information THE CURRANT Supplied ij WOhMIII porluient Station cxperatA bulletin from the I says currantor more propelI satow countlurfA contfKurope about p hutLel robltatti cansttpoints t Insectsider cobvgreater portion of the United States This IItJ m mcnoptera which includes the bees wasps nod ants It is entOlllolocOllnectlnglinktheLepilloptlrlland butterflies The adults make their iip carancc i bushesro0tillsnails I I eggcs principal veins on time aerie r nbouttside t I helby minute holes which I tUIMA hehxtripphnlThey u seek for a secluded place in which to j trceltss nplxnruncei same process is gone through as before i Kemedy The c rem1yIis tiLlohlil I over infested hushes while they are damp either early in the morning or just after a shower If wornnfthis Iis done s ecspread r applications will usually be suf j fieient I LARGER ACHESI11hbublg tnry to Iroduft Ilium- ilr J IIutlStI ht1 speaking manner in which he makes a success of the business is re hYhalltltrees anti puts boys Oil them whosei bump destructiveness is large and1 1eatI tells theta to go ahead He begins whenIi Ithc peaches are threequarters of ani jj inch in diameter rind takes everything that is ciireiiliostung and IlhwllsetiI These he lulls away and burns TheIi rest that are taken off are dropped on the ground full left there- In future lie says three or fouryear old peach trees shall not bear over 2S I I peaches four or liveyearold trees nutIover ann and fullgrown trees not over biro That menus six inches apart 500II eighmuskets 1 peaches to a tree wont make more or iji sell fur more money and the trees are 11111111 1IPeach treys are planted on a good or dinary corn or whPat land in a fair state of fertility The holes for the trees are dug about tWill as large as necessary toj receive the roots and a big handful IitOIllon the dirt and that is worked in around time roots at the time the hleIis planted Then Is put on muriate of potash The next year is broadcasted from 1000 to Ilion pounds per free of line ground leas anti from 100 to SOO pounds of muriate of potash or its equivalent anti this Is kept up every year whether the trees bear or not It Is pretty liberal feeding but it pays to he liberal with hIISIII1JII MrI Hale Western floral- MARKETING PRODUCE Iliimly Iliix tar Currying Smiill Fruit lint tor and I KIOIIiI i Many n funnier goes to market carry ing fruit butter eggs anti a number of iI I other articles A convenient package j for his use is show n herewith The box j lax a ball for currying purposes One instead of the top is hinged tits i closing shelves when opened Fruit I BOX FOR MAUKKTINQ PRODUCE butter eggs nod other rmall articles can be placed on these shelves stud i reached instantly without dlsturuhgI I other artleleswhich is not at when the package opens at topI j Orange ludd l urmeliORCHARD AND GARDEN U men t here Isiscropof fruit send only he best to market and lure it in goodw it Ion II While no variety of plums is free from eurculio keeping the trees healthy wlIJIt help materially I Teach trees suffer most and pear andtI cherry least trout standing in n thick growth of grass If pruning is neglected for the first ew years thgt removal of large limbs may he nlcossarlIf n piece of land is to be planted to small fruits this fall grow some hard crop on it this summer St Louis Ko public HEALTH IN OLD AGE IAn Old Lady Finds tho True VitalitymReporter JntflrUnl Interview with a Laily of SeventyTwo Years Who Tells H Mar voloui Story From the Vnlan list Jtrvti K T ofItuse of Dr Wlllliiuis Pink Pills which seemed almost marvelous sari moro recent ly another substantial evidence of their value reached our oars IJeingof nn Inquir Jusllowt reporternway pcrsou to thus bonolltcd If tho narrative as It hail reached our oars was true It was only simple justice to lot It bo known if it proved untrue it would be well to know it purses alluded to above us having fbeen ofIvlllo N J a pleasant hamlet In Sussex County about fifteen miles from this oftlco Tim reporter had no difficulty la finding Mrs llotalen It was nearly noon when iego reached her pleasant lame a double ruse 0110 port of which is occupied by her son She U a pleasantfaced old lady look lug to IK about sixtyfive but Is In reality seventytwo yours of ape After a few pro llmlmiry remarks in explanation of theca slio WIIH asked If she hUll any objection to giving us the details of the CIIBC and how sho lamo to try this now famous remedy Nut at all said she If my experience can be of nay good to others I am sure they are welcome to ItIt can do me no hormlI When were you taken sick nUll what wa the nature of tho malady I was asked troubleIcalled Itand it was very painful indeed Tho dllllculty began la mv nip and extended time whole length of tho limb rippling me completely I suffeixtl Intensely from ft and tho ordinary treatment gave mo not the slightest alleviation I lynx under treatment about a mouth at stated but grew worse In stead of buter and was fast becoming dis couragedWhat brought Pink 1Illstoyour uoticot My son called my attention to nn artlele fn a paper In which It was stated that a i1 r Slruule of Hrinihvlllc n village in this county had boon greatly beuellteu by their use and suggested that it would be a good plan to try them Hut 1 wins skeptical in reira tl to their value In fuel I had no con lUieneo III their cfllcucy and rather laughed at the suggestion Ant the trouble in creased nod I way badly crlpiled A few diivs later my amt was about to visit a neighboring town mind suggested sigma that it might bo well to try tins mnchtalkedof remedy and I then consented He bought a box of thiiii and I begun taking them one At tho end of a week 1 noted u marked Improvement and by the timel had token tin llrst box 1 was able to wall with out u cane continued their use taking several boxes and urn as you see In a very com fiirtable stun of health Ilave you had any return of the trouble Not us yet though at my time or lire soventvtwo It would not be surprising If I should have 1 f it comes I should at once begin the use of Hie pills I suppose I In kludDmy mother died from them Did tail over note nay 111 effects from time usoof Plak Illlsr- None whatever limey never disturbed anytannoyance necessary to Increase the dose as time directions say may lit desirable I am able as you see to attend to my own work The reporter thanked Mrs Hotalcn for her courtesy mid bade her good day It Is not often that one can witness such n cum plate recovery from such n pcrtlnm tons trouble at such nn advunectl age nod such hist mces cannot full to produce u profound impression Headers of tho tiffin may rely statefmeats here given nothing has been exug gerated nothing withheld Dr Williams1 Thule Pills contain In aeon denswl form mill time elements necessary to give new life and richness to the blood and restore shuttered nerves They mire an un failing speeille for such dlscnscs us Inca motor utaxlu partial paralysis St Vltus dunce sciatica neuralgia rheumatism mirvou headacliR the alter elTcct of In grippe ipalpitation of the heart pale end sallow complexions nil forms of weakness either In male or female anti all diseases resulting from vitiated humors lathe blood Iiuk Iills urn sold by all dealers or will ho sent post paid on receipt of price TO cents a bo or six boxes for Jo by addressing Dr Williams Medicine Co Schenectady N Y NATLMIK cannot ho surprised In tindrcss Hcauty breaks in evorywhcru Emeraou iOr knowledge there Is no satiety BaeoB ItfIITill mint who will not look ahead will to stay behind Ratun Horn I1IJr virtue of Justice consists In modern I ilea as regulated by wisdom Aristotle e HUMASITV Is tho equity of the heart I ConfucIus I Tin man works hunt who upends hIs placeltautsMontMontTarr ride on n thatwas built for ITuFY out for a century run But when ho is calling they use it is true A chair that wits bulk for one Chicago Evening Post iA DAxnnuors TmxiWDI1 Uncle Has lerllumlPowllli VheroIIngton TlmeM 00II the bearded lady Yet in such cuss ft is quite llltoly to bo stretched n little Any render aught to bu able to guess that it- as tho IndlTi rubber man of whom thoy I pake Indianapolis Journal TUB most profound lylonsmoro of grav I than of joy In It Montaigne e LAunnTrn may not improperly bo called I he chorus of conversation Ktcelo Youso Uocrmtoyou havo much difficulty in tanking your patients do what you want them to dol Old Doctor Yoi mrtlcularlv when I send In my bills lclphla Press 4rWniA saideggsIII think many docs havo moro sense than their Yes chlmcrt to Craggs 9 haven dog llko that myself And yet ho couldnt make out isle they laughed TJdBlU t i Orttlaal Mantalre Cereroaty cenmonytookdays ago The curate of the church rea ccivcd a visit from the bridegroom who npologlxed for asking him to perform time ceremony Instead of tho vicar the parish The fact is you ore a keen wheelman I am told Yea acid hcurate a muscular Christian mu amused I dont know how I rthoul thatwhy came you truth wo want to here some fun out of tfoo wedding and wo mean to have a cycle appointOObybride und bridegroom and afloat 90 gucfita rode down to the church at rostumatIthoI I knickerbockers and cape Valuable IrnnchUo Secured The ninchlso of cnsvdigestionono of tho most valuable in tho gift of medicalJ science can bo secured by any person wise enough to use Hostellers Hlomaeh Hitters either to suppress growing dyspepsia or to uproot it at maturity Bilious rheumatic and fever and nguo sufferers persons troubled with nervousness anti the consti Patch should also secure tho health fran ilifii tiv time immune means You ncbtter yet1 said Uncle Eben could flu er man so stingy dat ho Isnt wlllln ter share his loiitln1 limo wlf somebody dats really bunlhloltOIl Star KITS stopped free unit permanently cured No tits mutter llrst days use or Dr Klines Great Nerve Restorer Free 12 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strength in useless 1 tiresome ruinous rubbing its nobodys business but yours You arc the one that will suffer by it But if you want the easiest quickest most economical way ofwashing and cleaningthen youll have to use Pearline Theres nothing else among things absolutely safe to wash with that can be compared to it MB a Cut Down Expenses tieAx tt- A PLUGA woman knows what a bargain really isaShe knows better than a man- u BATTLE AX is selected every time by wives who buy tobacco for their hus bands They select it because it is an honest t bargain It is the biggest in size the smallest in price and the best in quality The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the JO cent piece of other high grade brands IIIE EI1EJEE E Ii a1Ifr tflrttf1 c tt al tA ILdtii y 1 1 LATESTATE NEWS I I A doer swimming iiv the river wn v- At It causlit4tCntlettsburg 1 i Middlcbiirg Luther Lucnt aged 10 and Myrn Deck raged 13 wore wedded1 The Slmri shurg fair wns closed after two dnys steady rain It was complete 0 failureI t llev Wesley married n Mrs Castle i inI Lawrence county recently and it de veloped that he has two other undlrorccd wives Tho four earClhhon of Tame Justice of Pikcville shot and killed himself presumably for grief over the death o f his twin brother Ben Rays well driller and Doe Young t colored laborer were terribly mangled1 by au unexpected explosion of dyuamitc while drilling n well at Danville W F Hart was arrested for bigarn- at May field and ho acknowledged having married eight women HP seemed rnthe- proud of acting the matrimonial hog Gov Bradley hats received a number of letter from both men and women iin Newport and Covington asking him to pardon Jackson and Walling As the caso has not yet reached the executive clemency ho is powerless to act Tho postoflice at Ulysses Lawrence county kept in a general store woe rob bedand then fired by the robbers who escnped It is said the loss will exceed 3000 Mail matter torn open and rifled was found half a mile from the place While returning from a country church in Grant county Carl Hightowcr andI i Jfoah Rcndcnower two neighbor boys i engaged in a fight about a girl to whom both were paying attentions Hightowcr was killed and Hcadcnower was wounded The transcript in tile ca e of Scott Jackson vs Commonwealth wasicceived 1 by the clerk of the court of appeals Ilast week It comprises UOOO typo written Iipagesl is thought the case will be decided by November 1 Wo have n law in Kentucky whichi permit the arrest and vale of the labor of street corner loafers Tho mayor of Augusta liar Issued his proclamation to the loafers of that place notifying them 1 1that he will proceed to enforce thi statute if the nuisance now prevailing ill that town is not at once broken up- IA man will sit on the shnrp edge of board fence for three hours to watch n baseball game out in the hot nun says tho Winchester Democrat Put him in the church pew for forty minutes on a warm day oral he will almost suffocate and twist around into a hundred differ cut positions trying to find a soft spot on the seat- Thomas Peyton who lives at Need x more Shelby county was aroused from his slumbers by the water from Pluto creek rushing into his house Seizing his two children he rushed out and bore them to a place of safety When ho returned he found that his house with hi wife in it hind been swept away and she wan drowned So rapidly did the water rise that Mr Peyton was compelled to take refuge in a tree and remain until daylightIn n lovely lot aspires to teach the young idea how to shoot According to the Hawcsvillc Plaindealer these two questions were among those j 1 propounded in tho teachers examination What iis a pastor and What iis n barbarian t To the first an answer was i A pastor is one who drives stock to and from a pasture To the second this was a reply 1tA barbarian is one who Roes about tho country seeking whom he may devour William Henry Harrison Clay Alex j Ihingljsallies pike gathered some apples InotII Saturday to take to Lexington market I on Monday Ho left them in his wagon over Sunday and declares it was the I hillliCeII his customers accused him of soiling rot ten apples and to convince him cut an- a npplo in two On tasting it tho app eI j was found to be baked not rotten I Col Billy Hill prints tho following excellent advice which many chronic kickers against tho newspapers would do I wen to pasto in their hatsccWhen you- go to n hotel you select what you wan to cat und dont kick because n man wIrI9 I eats everything the hillof faro I pays the same as you do Still you will rniso n holy howl if something in the newspaper doesnt suit you It pleases I somebody at any rate Dont bo n philI osopher about your stomach and n fool about your headTho Paris Reporter Tho Owcntott Herald tolls the follow Jig fPIk n9rlTI D Sulliynu in 1 In royals us that n banks was found ins n hen egg at his house n few drays ago The egg was of the regulation size nnd there tins nothing in its external appear once out of the ordinary but when broken it was found to contain the rep tile in question Ills 1I1I hip wns about two inches in length the size oCa rye straw and was perfectly formed laving regular snake eyes and mouth It was thought to be olive at first but soon shriveled to very small proportions The curious freak of the cat adopting a family of young rabbit hay been rival1 cd hn twoyearold heifer belonging to Miss Susan Doty living near RichI mond This heifer although she has never had n calf has undertaken the job of raising n litter of pigs which have loan running in the field with her The pigs have forsaken their toothier rind fillI ticys down to suckle them and manifests as strungr family as if she was the real mother Dozens of people have been to see the layout and will vouch for the truth of this remarkable freak in nature NEWS NUGGETS John D Rockefeller the Standard oilI king has given the city of Cleveland Ohio 1000000 an a centennial gift Major Win C Moreland cx city at torney of Pittsburg Pa has lbeen finedI 20100 nod given three years imprison ment for embezzling the citys funds Four stories of a massive new iron and stone six story building in course of construction at Cincinnati fell with a crash plat week tad buried four men in the debris Near Atlantic City Nia lightning express train ran broadsides into an ex cursion train resulting in the death of forty persons and the wounding of on hundrellother4 A hurricane and cloud burst near Pittsburg Pa caued the death of sew sateen people and severely injured thirty six others Ills estimated that over 100000 damage was done to property The Dunlmr township road Fnyetto counter Pa caved in a few drays ago over the old Klderdale mine lire min is n living den of rattlesnake oral caps perhead and workmen can not go in to replace the rotten prop General Gco W loner exUnited1 States senator from town died at Du bogus Iowa last week at the age of H2 He was a ward of Henry Clay and a classmate of leflerson Davis at the old Transylvania university Louisville Ky Store House For Rent I have n first class brick store house situated on one of tho best corners in hazel Jreen which I desire to rent John Maltose huts closed out and quit tho goods businc which leaves a fine opening for a first class store Cull and or address G It SWANOO May G IS9G Hazel Green Ivy 5GoldStandard Is Rotten I I want to ask a question or two viz Dont the population of the world in crease Dont the products of the world increase Now lets answer ye- eto both questions Then why has the money supply of tho world been one half destroyed in the face of facts admit ted in the answer Why did not the goldI 1lerihalf the money supply when a greater supply was needed to keep pace with in i create of population and increase of products I see little in the gold stan lard papers but ridicule of unsound money The gold standard is rotten beI cause it buys too much The whole truth lies in tire fact that the gold men get more than they Ire entitled to for their gold dollar anti they dont want to give up tho robbing privilege But the reckoning iis coming it trust come e IIGltO E MKDMIY Rep Pisgah Md v York World Tint few gold standard newspaper in Kentucky seem to have lost all sense of I decency and Inc reveling in flagrant J1rominentlIEnquircrcontplaining I false interviews credited to them by the theyteau secure no redress fortha e willful perversions One compensating fact iisI that tho falsehoods are so notorious thatJIt they arc doing the gold standard cause as much harm as its own rottenness Still there should be a limit to Ilying Cincinnati Enquirer You need Hoods Sarsaparilla to enrich and purity your blood create an appc list and give jived refreshing sleep TAMMANY ENDORSES THE TICKET And Makes Preparations To Inaugurate an Active Campaign at Once Tammany Hall will Imloiso Bryan and Sowall without waiting for the state convention The executive committee passed by acclamation a resolution to that elect utter defeating a motion U poUpono stetson hII vote of 71 to J Immediately immense pictures of the Democratic nominees were raised on theI outside of the building and preparations begun for active work The executive committee was called to order by James J Martin John C Slice Iran introduced the resolution indorsing the Chicago candidates In introducing tho resolution he explained stator they Chicago convention the delegates from New York fought hard for what they be lieved was sound money but were largely in the minority He declared it a good I Democratic rule to stand by the will of tho majority when duly expressed Mr Chairman he concluded it seems to me that there is no middle ground The only course left open to loyal Democrats is to stand by the Chi- C go ticket- Great I applause marked the conclusion of the speakers address Thou he intro duced his resolution declaring that the executive committee of time Democratic organization of the city and county of New York in session in Tammany Hall accepts and approves the nomination of Bryan and Sewall as the wise determina lion of the Democratic national conven tion mural pledges our Iloyal and hearty support of their candidacy More cheers greeted the reading of the resolution Registrar Sohmer followed with a speech urging its adoption and he was followed by teary C Purroy to the same effect James II Martin left actioneuntil after the state convention on Sep tember ID and spoke in advocacy of his motion Rollin M Morgan seconded Mr Martins motion declaring that he believed he reflectedJ the sentiment of the majority of voters in his district State Senator Guy said the masses de mand that Tammany Hall indorse the ticket He was followed by Congress eman Amos dimming and other lenders who eloquently pleaded for united action in behalf of the ticket A vote was taken with the result that the Martin resolu lion was defeated 71 to J Then the original resolution was pulsed by n viva voce vote the ayes that responded cans ing the mill to ring 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