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I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD= Established March 4 1SS5 Mndo Famou isi the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell z Ctr n4x r = =COOPER Owner nnd EditorSPENCER Of a NuUy Vorl l AVIlti NKWH Inini All NutloiiH IuniJ ilnK t 1IU llnck 100 A YEAR Always In Advancec TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGlST JU 1800 NUMBER 20 Liver IllsjjXe biliousness dyspepsia headache consti tution sour stomach Indigestion atc promptly cured by Hoods Tills They do their work HoodsII l l y P t I loort Co Lowell Mass MJJJI to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No aNil 1 STATIONS No1 Sundays I DUlltx Dully only Sunday Lexington 10 00 Urn 0 M pm I I 1 35 pm Avon I 31 am III 21 Jim 3 fi juii Winchester I 10 am II 0 11111 2 j Im Fairlie 8 51 lUll r 47 inn 2 00 pm Indian Fldn 8 37 inn 5 31 pin 1 10 pm Clay City 8 lUain 5 1J Jim 11 40 am Btanton 8 10 lUll 5 02 put 11 20 am filiOU 7 55 am 4 47 pm 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 am 4 32 pin 10 17 am Nat Urltlgc 7 18 am 4 27 ji in 10 07 am Torrent I Beattyvo 7 24 am 4 14 JlIIII 35 am If 7 03 urn I 52 juii I 8 25 am Three FksC- Athol I 42 8 00 am IIi t 21 I 7 18 am- jiI1II 1111I j Iii I 2 58 30 am- ijlacksnnI IiI 2 rill 1111 Iii 10 am EAST WOUND i No 4No ti- STATIONS1 I No 2HIIIIIIIIII I 1111tX Daily I only Sunday Lexington1 2 20 pmi 7 Iii 11111 III 30 am Avon 2 17 pm1 S Ij 11111 7 os am Winchester I 07 pnij S 10 am 8 10 am Falrlltf t 21 mn S 54 am S 51 am Jmlinn Phis 1 17 I Dam Il 24 am Clay 111staatoii 3 55 pin IIS mn 111 45 am oJ II 11111 n 38 am 112 10 pm Fifoon I ls jim I 51 am 41 pm Dundee I i12 jim 10 Oti am 15 pm 112Jfnt HriiUjc I J7 jMiijlo 12 am 2ii pm Torrent I ii pmi 10 27 am 00 pm Heattyve JIIfj Hi pmi 10 51 am lIi 1111 Three lks fi- Athol ii fi 1111111 01 am 3 25 1111 ii I l1II 11 22 am 41 12 1111 Elkntawii II 12 llIIi 11 IIi am fj 0 1111 Jackson 20 11111 I i 11111 iO pili No 1 ami 2 arrive and depart from C it O Union depot at Lexington All freight tr3111 turln and iiennr frillll Netlrhllili JI UVFNfiSTON Vice Ins and ficu Man CIIAS SCOTT Jen 1ass Agent THIS WATCH is guaranteed same ns our 1 1O WATCHES to run will nnd kop good time THE PRICEs 250 i I This watch ioxact Ill as np lIulIlufllc1hrf case dllplfxeSIllfUlft sfJil iii your ordor or call und fCI us wlion you como to Loxington Fred J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler Jear Government Building Lexington j When Will tho Democratic Party Dlo When the lion cats grass like nn ox And the lish worm RU allows the whale Whin the terrapin knits woolen sox And the hare Iid outrun by the snail When till jI I IIICIIIAnd feather are found on the hogs When thomas cats swim in the air I And elephants roost upon tree i When insectH in Mimmer lire rare And 8null never makes people Miecze When fish creep over dry land And mules on bicycles ride When foxes lay eggi in the said And women in dress take no pride When Dutchmen no longer drink beer And girls get to preaching on time When billy goats butt from the rear And treasons no longer a crime When the humming bird brays like an nss And limberger muells like cologne When plowshares are made of glass And the hearts of Kentuckianx lire stone When Ideas grow in goldhugs head And wool on the hydraulic rnm Then the Democratic party will be dead And the country wont be worth u 1111 Ice Cream Now Made in a Minnte I liayo mi Ico Cream Ireezer that will freeo cream perfectly in otic minute as it iis flush a wonder a crowd will alwayw IMJ around so anyone cnn make from five to six dollars a day selling cream ami sellillgIarticle when it is demonstrated that they can make money by so doing The cream is frozen instantly andI is smooth and free from Ilumps I have done so well myelf nnd have friends succeeding HO well that I felt it my duty to let others know of this opportunity as I feel con fident that any person in any locality can make money as any person can cell cream and the Freezer sells itself 1 V Casey it Co 1 IJJ Ht Charles street ft Louis Mo will mail you complete in structions ami will employ you on salary if you can give them your whole time Carlisle Answered In a late iillIe of the Cincinnati Kn quircr an anxious seeker after the truth asks the following question Will you please give answer through tho columns of your paper to Secretary Carlisles five socalled axioms The Knqtiirer true to its principles answers the same as follows The next time a gold standard advo cate quotes Secretary Carlisles socalled axioms read tho following which we coiiy from the Salt Lake City Tribune a Republican newspaper lThere is not one free coinage coun try in the world today that isi not elljoI ing unexampled prosperity the 1111I drawback being a foreign debt contract ed on a gold basisI uThero is not a gold standard coun try in the world today the property of which has not shrunken from oT to fiO per cent during the last twentyone years nor one in which there is nut unexam pled depression distress and sorrow There is not a silver standard country in the world today that has IIIIYI need of gold money except to settle for eign balances and there is not a gold standard country in nM the world today that the hulk of all the gold is not locked up in the treasury or in tho banks and tho people are lull rillg from sound money asphyxia IIIThero is not a silver standard country in the world today where there are any idle deposits lying in tho banks all the money beiiuj in active circulation and drawing large interest and the cir culation per capita in tho United States of real money is just about what it is in Mexico nearly nil the money of ultimate I edemption bning hid away in the nllllsI of the treasury and national banks 5 There is not a silver standard cotin try in the world today where the laboring man iis not receiving full pay and more regular work than he ever receivedl be fore There is not a gold country in the world today where a vast proportion ofI the people arc not idle and where the j wages are above the rates of IBIS except where they have been maintained by the stubborn persistence of the labor unions j 11lhew is not a silver standard country in tho world today where the pcoploarc not doing hotter than oven before There in not a gold standard country where the people an not in more distress and sulUring mote lo s ami more apprehension than ever before Feed The Nerves Upon pure rich blood and you need not fear nervous prostration Jxcrvcs are weak when they are improperly and 111I stiflicientlv nourished Pure blood is their proper food and pure blood comes by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla winch u thus tho greatest and best nervo tonic It also builds up tho whole system Hoods Pills arc tbo favorite family cathartic easy to take easy to operate 1 1 u A Chauco to Make Money I have berries grapes and peaches a year old fresh us when picked I use the California CoM process do not beat or seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fnxh and costs almoH nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes Last week 1 sold directions to 1JO families any ono will pay a dollar for directions when they sco the beautiful sample of fruit As there are many people poor like my self I consider it my duty to give my experience to tIlhalld feel confident hllndreddollllrllllroulld completodirectiolls eighteen Ucent stamps which iis only the actual cost of the samples postage etc to mo FuANois CASK- YD2t St Louis Mo What Is Be Man or Devil 7 A street fakir gave a free show in Clinton Ky one day last week which was a hummer A correspondent de scribes it thus Our three doctors tried him u round Dr Medaris drove a long pin through hiarlll Dr Hall stuck n Indies hut pin through the same arm scraping the bone and coming out on the other side The fakir never flinched and when the instruments were wilhI drawn no blood flowed nor was wound apparent Ho poured IInyI over his head put fire to it and ate it burning blowing flume from bis mouth I Ho drunk gasoline and set fire to hisI mouth blowing flames like a gas jetII Ho smoked a cigar through a hollow strument stuck through the flesh of his jaw And performed most of his feats with about a paper of pins stuck illloff the flesh of his jaw cheek face l and neck He wound up by allowing a live rattlesnake with real fangs bite his r arm The snake bit so deep into his l arm that in pulling it loose one of its fangs was broken oil and left in therr wound Dr Clear extracted tIll broken fang with a pocket knife The wound I swelled and showed green from pO tlOlIII hut the man walked oil to his apparently well and sound HOH a devil u Spoons Free To All I read in tho Christian Standard that l Miss A M1 Fritz Station A St Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone sending her ten Jceat stamps IIlcllt fur one nnd found it HO useful that I showed it to my frie and made 11 in two hours taking lIell1II for thi spoon The hook spoon isahouseR hold necessity It can not slip into the dish or cooking vessel being held in the place by a hook on the back The spoon IH something housekeepers have needed ever since spoons were first invented Any one can got a sample spoon by sending ten Ucent stamps to Miss Fritz This is a splendid way to make money around home fery truly 021 iKANvirrn S Tribute to Bryan Never was a greater tribute paid lillYII one than that which Hon John J Ingalln of Kansas paid to Win liryan He I made some startling statements for a I Republican in favor of the young Demo cratic hero Ho Kays I think that some of the Ilepubllcan managers are underrating Mr llryan very much HoI is not a blatherskite They lire going at tho campaign in the wrong WilY when they call him one He in young and earnest Ho is a demagogue In the best tho classical sense of tho wortlnt leader of the people Ho continues by saying He is sincere honorable and earnest Ho has fire and magnetism IJryan has a faculty of knowing what they want to hcnr and then saying it The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr rLipp is the agent for this county is one of the most convenient articles fur the culinary department that has ever come to our notice It is com posed of eighteen different kitchen tools boxes bins and receptacles which if bought separately would cot much more fill the kitchen and bo unhandy and in the way Not HO with tho Stan dard Cabinet It combines cleanliness economy mill beauty With it there iis 1110 vermin no dtut no dampness no must no inscctrt no mildew It Haves time avos health saves sweeping Haves waste of material saves thousands of atop aavcs stooping saves evaporation I saves scrubbing It is a beautiful piece of furniture and an ornament to any kitchen While compact and out of the way it is immediately in hand and need ed in every household three times a day for 3Gf days in the year A man who was too poor to subscribe for n newspaper sent 2 up north for information on II How to keep from grow ing old The reply WilliIIKIIJ your fool self p LIGHTNINGCURES Colic Cramps DlarrHooa Flux Cholern Morbus Nauaon Changes of Water Etc HERD KV Keeps n full line of Watches Jewelry nnd SpectaclesI I lIJJ rt HOT DROPS I ISDLDvv= = = = M HAVENS 11 PRACTICAL rt rrJweler and Watchmaker IJ IIri31HAZEL GREEN Flno Wntohos nnd Gold Syoctaoloa aIltJJRepairing Specialty If you need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see ns We can save you big money 1 tf f= 8 = r Jr 1 rii1lfM1 it flOaSili i Hazel Groon Ky lmJMRS LOU DAY Proprietress fJIIV aflords and rates reasonable fJ WayMieratCrt Livery Stable ui rlii connection j I THE J T DA- YROLLERMILLi I now have my Roller Mill in first dam order and uarinice IIH good Hour as can ho made on miy mill in tho State where good wheiit In furnished I will liny Wheat at the IligheU Market Hour fur wheat 1111111IIIor grind any Hinntty or musty wheat as would work to the disadvantage of till ItII ax well ns those who furnish good wheat I will state that I am tIll solo of the mill and I will thank anyprllprlltllrI I the mill to report to me any plaint they may have from any employe of the mill mid I guarantee to satisfyI all just claims us I intend to deal fair mid JIIlumlI with the people and trust they will favor me with their patronage us I feel tills is an enterprise fur tIll good of the entire com munity Thanking tIll people fur their lihcral pat ronage I am very respectfully J T DAY WinonesterBanR WIXCIIKSTO KY N H WITIIKIISJOON Irekident- It D II LNTKIt Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplusl 0000000 Thin Hank Kolioits the accounts of mer chant farmer trader and buslne men generally throughout Kentucky and olFer itn customers every facility mid th mod IIhcrnl tOrlll1l with III tile 11111 tH of legitimate banking octlBly FLOYD IIYKI A Campion Ky ATTORXE ATII1 V I plr Ahttrnots of title furnished collec tion made and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with the law linn of Wood it Day Jit Sterling Ky In elvll practice TilE HlmJn l a year in advance r HEALS Cute Burnt y Bruises Scratches Bites of- Anlmala and Bugs Etc Tastes Good Smells Good i J Kastorn = i Ii IDillinorg and ffOIOQS iIiI- Of J 8I ulno koop u full line of IJ 8 MillinoryI Notioiin1DrOSH RI CJoodH nnd Fancy U rocorir riII 0 to which tho attonlion of iiZ public is invited nnd thoir 15 patronage Kolicitod J 81lIHH I0t DAY f Jfi1jS TABLERS BUCK EYE PltB OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES IJA SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10l yoars as tho BEST REMEDYfor PILES Ii llOIn mC ALT JIUUUOIHTHit- iriibrXICnABSSOU1 MED CO CTLOUI3 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY 1 CAPITAl 200000 I Huniiua 30000 11 J M HIOSTAFF Ireiildriit 0 J KIUKIATIUCK Vlcn1 President W W THOMSON Cashier 0 We respect fully Hollclt the luidiucds of mer chants farmers traders and huidneim men generally throughout Kantern Kentucky A general nankin huslncim done Jlvo IIB Ia chmieu to send you a hank hook nay your checks mid loan you money when In need W W TIIOMIWIN CiudiHor Why not be your Bwn Middleman Pay hilt ono pront Iwtwpcn inaltor anfl user nnd tliatiiMimll Justono Our 1IIj wPago Cutnlcguo tind Buyera Cluldovrove tint I IN poaulblo WotKtin 4 jwurid 13ocolllitr tlojw Ocncrlboa and tolls theotuprolltirlPofovcr40000 nrtlclfncverytliliiKyoiMiso WoBcndlt forl5c ntr tliti not forthoboolt bat to pay part of I h jxwtiiKoor oxpnaiwano und Ucvi oiriUlgi4 You cant got It too quick MONTGOMERY WARD CO The lnrc of All tho People uiiii Michigan Ave Chicago Hn MAUPIN WITH REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DKY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTSMOUTH ODIOf f c J u r r too I THE HERALD SPENCER COOIEK Iubltiher JIAZEl OREEN t i i s MRS GARFIELDS FORTUNE JTlie Jneotneof the Wlilriwnf tho KxPretl dent is 821000 n leer Mm Gnrtlchl IIs living quietly in her old home at Mentor in the suburbs l Cleveland and the place has been nine h Improved It is now one of the inoat beautiful nnd comfortable farm rentI flences in Ohio nnd nn Ideal place for n quiet retired life It IB only 15 minutes on the earn from Cleveland tend lcn than half nn hours drive from 1ainen vllle which IH an fdiiatlonal center and one of the most cultured eon munities In the world Mr Gnrfield in n rich woman now but her wealth eurn with her Borrow Her early lays rind In fact nil her life even up to the death of her husband were passed in the ellIICt economy and Rile waH often deprived of the comforts anti luxuries that UKiirlly pertain tto people of her station ien Gnrfic never had anything but his xulury 1 was an openhanded man generot- and careless with his money and w scarcely ever able to makeI both end meet But Mrs Oarileld now has n income of 10000 as Interest from the lund thnt was raised for her by yrr W Field after the assassination nn n pension front congress of aun which gives her 21000 to use as sl pleases and she dors not upend one fifth of it All of the children ere ve fixed Mollle the oldest child is the wife of Stanley crown the representa the of the Alaska Commercial IICcompany nt Washington TnimH nod Harry are practicing law In partnership Cleve land and are rapidly making both money and reputation James is n member of the Ohio saute senate with nn excellent record Thcv are both splendid fellow rnd promise to be use ful and famous men Gen Garlield had mote money a few days after his nomination than he ever hind at any other time in his life He readied Cleveland from the Chicago convention with just 10 In his pocket That represented all t1venlthI he hud in the world except his mortgaged home in Mentor Knowing this circumstance Sylvester T Everett the well knuwn Cleveland banker in whose house he was a guest started out oae morning with n little subscription paper and cane back with ten StWtO cheeks one of which bore his own Hlgnnture He fixed up n bunk book with a package of E lii bank checks put them nil in an envel ope and at the first opportunity handed r the package to JarficM with the re mmnneyforcampaign and an explanation that not n penny of it was to IK spent for politic al purposes When the general rrniied the nmnimt nnd time nature of the gift he fell upon Kveretts neck and wept like loull1ir i Lint for ln hill been lying awake at nights wondering how lie vns going to meet Jds personalI exposes during the r neverrso money before in his life Washington Post DIVERiStint Down to the Ilottom to ICclrunn n Koiilrit Anchor and tint n MIJ Irpi J1Ial1 It not been for the skill and en durance of n Kanaka shell diver the I chances are that the barkentine Jolt1 Sprtckles which pile between the port and the Hawaiian Islands wouldiI helve had to sacrifice n costly anchor und chain while nt Mahukonirreccntly The vessel made leer usual visit to thin little harbor nil having dischargedII her MipplicH old taken on considerable sugar tried to take her departure lh Fcamcn found however that tier an chor hind become fast to the rocks at dislodgitcrnl tfdesj and still they could not fret the anchor Cnjit CiiristlniiFen did not want 1to lose the anchor nnd yet that seemed toI IK the only way out of time predica ment At lost n happy thought struck hint He sent inshore for a Kanaka who was reputed to IH n skillful diverI nnd when tho dnrkiJ hoed fellow ar rived made n bargain with him to re lessee the anchor which was lying III- Iten fathoms of water Tlis did not seem to bother the Kanaka in tie least however and he plunged ovvrlnmnl for u reconnoitering tour He was gone nbout two minute and then returned to the surface to report thnt time anchor was clinging to n conicnl slumped howlI der nnd would have to be dragged away from it One of the ullorn warned the diver to he on his guard as EiivciTil sharks hind been seen in the vicinity The fellow only grinned Shark no bite Kanaka he said sand then started for the bottom again after j giving instructions to have the chainI Blackened This time the liver yeas gone nearly three minutes sage Cnpt Christian j ten Ily the time he returned to the urfnae o the rapid drifting of the yes Bel told those on board that the anchor had been released The captain says the Anchor was byno mains a light one uul ho is still wondering how the Knn alca could handle It and yet survive FranciscowExaminer I t a A LACK OF CONFIDENCE Uuilne Men lIne No Faith In CnnOI Ittto McUltiley A McKInley organ asserts flint It 16I absolutely certain that the next con Yrresll and president will be elected upon the exist Ing gold standard platform mind that after ovember next we smell her no more of a slump to the silver stand nrd On the strength of thiR assertion It proceeds to bastinado as fool friends ulof the gold standard men who refuse to Invest money in industrial produc lion and deny cxtnslon of credit toI those in the south and west whoask it This is important only as an admix sion bv the original McKinley organ in Chicago that the nomination of Its idol on n gold standard platform has not induced people to invest null extend credit in the fermenting hotbeds of sixteen to one repudiation according to the prediction of the McKinleyitcs This mean that the business men of the country the oleo who have means or credit have no faith In McKinly That candidate has talked freely for publication four or live times since his noldnay mat ignuretmusIshe always not 1Molle plain unequivocal word for the Ixgold standard IIOil the contrary every one of his de liverance proves that he either does lhlllgclIItlflHlllfdoof value and is quite willing to trade eft Ilthe Joll1 1 standard for n worse tariff StlOIIPoop who have to do with indupl 1KiNCisV1 Tills Little More About trial production sic have teen keep lug their ears open and tiny haxe heard nothing from McKinley indicating that he eon be trusted In tiny matter involv lug the standard of utluciiml the public ticredit What men of affairs think of Me Kinley is indicated1 sutHciently by the shutting data of iron and nteel gliKH IlIIclnlhclI works in Pittsburgh throw ing over HiOtMK nun out of a ork the day iifltr McKinley made his accept sperehcIt I is slum n by the shutdown of Now Knglnnd cotton mills with more thin 1400000 spindles by the SO per cent curtailment of the production by 101 southern cotton mills and by the shut- IlptslyI in other Industries all over the country As for extending credit In sections where the politicians nre threatening wholesilr repudiation that is hardly to be expected on the strength of any such ambiguous and delphic utterances as hne proceeded from time Canton joss house down to doer People who have it In their power to extend credit in such quarters will want better security titan IIs to be found In anything McKinley has smnhlChi cago Chronicle iICluiyProitnriiy The republican spellbinder will kpon bruin to promise the working men n rccniitment the MoKinley bill ind the prosperity lit enjoyed under It The report of the conimis sionrr of labor on strikes and luck outs shows the following for the two years before und two years after thnt laws enactment STRIKKS Axe LOCK OCTS DurK McKinley Illll Heforo McKinley Hill No of No of Year Strikes Men Year Strikes Me- n1s91S1l S KS9S 1ftS311770t1S32 5MO 206671 Totnls136M Totals 72 SUTSia The loss of wages to strikers during the two year before the hill went into effectSat K 7S74i5 for the two years utter Sa5574lS7 This ia the kind of prosperity the McKinley bill gust the worallUIlS Y World FIT FOR THE PLACE SIcKlnlcjr a Sultahln Toot of tho Itepa 1 leu n JoKM4 The maostt notable feature of the re publican national convention was the conspicuous absence of statesmen ofr great abilities uttninmeat311111 achieve inputs The man of greatest power in tli convention and who represented tim nominee was a succe sful money tanker The McKinley campaign was run by money makers on n business basis foir a business purpose Its managers were as ignorant of staUsmiMiship as schoolboys and knew no politics ahoy the manipulation of primaries and convent inns The tau statesman it contained ofir UrMchiHs ability and honorable retort I f in national public life shook the dust o r the convention from his feet and leftt only a lot of easy bosses ambitions millionaires cull statesmen apprentice in the hill It Is tot at all surprising that in holly this kind men like Lodge win I is yet more of a local than a nationali leader Koraker whose political work has hitherto been confined wholly to his state and Tlmrston who is n freshi graduate front the legal staff of the Iliion Pacific should shine Nor is iit surprisingI that the audience did not en thuse and the oratory was a burden Ther need be no wonder at the turning down of the few men of brains left in the republican party fora recognirdi mediocrity hoye politicalI strength Iis the support of n lot of sjMcial business Interests seeking government favors McKinley was the fittest product of such n convention St Louis Jicpuhc I i i Wish Kase Had u Protection It I of 505CU I of POINTED PARAGRAPHS Time joss continues to ocifenitet his lore for the common people Han nn attends to the gentlemen with chick Ixniks Chicago Chronicle There will always Ill a deficit no matter what the receipts of the gov ernment may be so long as we hate such eiingresMs as that which has ie certly adjourned Atlanta Journal I Mark Manna McKinlcys general issimo lots drawn the tire of the Irbor unions on his candidate II an mi it appears has been the uiicompromisiig for to union labor in all his business jn terprises Sprijigficld III Kegister r A republican organ says that something ury effective in time line of tivcminuto speeches may be ex pected from Mnj McKinley To make them stillI more onVetive they should be reduced to one minute The shorter tli- tbetterSt Louts Kcpuhiic Thank goodness Maj McKinley lnows at last that hu is running for president It took n fortnight for the new s tj yet to him und 4S nble bodied- lilt to tell him Ue will know more in November and he will find it out quicker Detroit lire Press MI MeKinley is a natural dodger a natural trimmer In his speech to the notification committee he talked ill round the financial issue and thin thud not use the words gold standard or silver standard lie U an luomm t narrowminded nun with one idea and that protection and high taxes Nash yule American It is necessary for Maj McKinley to mnk believe that he thinks these crowds are coming to do him honor because they nre animated by high and noble feelings of patriotism Mtij MeKinley however is quite aware thnt the men who crowd his lawn and refuse to 1 keep off the grass are expecting their reward front him should he become president They are simply exhibit ing themselves now because they wish to be remembered when the distribution of ofllces occurs Tlry are overdoing lof course Loiisvillo CourierJournal i Tim Urucon Cuitono Codtrwho heard eilrly one morning that there hull been a wreck on the beach near his house He hurried down w lIhI a couple of pillovciiscs IHJcd one with KUjftir hid it under the battle and t+ rn on to look for more groceries While onetheepillow case emptied it Into his own but und refilled it with sand By and by the deacon returned emptyhanded andr curried off his pillowcase without no ticing the change In fact he filled his cofeI fee before he found out how badly he hall hero treated Then he was so in dignant that he confessed afterward wishfI this here enact again OLD STATE OF PIKE fir louse iif tho shirk Ilrollior + Nun aeeriemtie of tin Ittgfcitt I iiolllilllinii eit tin World It Tntilo itfinU to NtMrly Irr tlvlllcil Nation on Iurtli I LnI 1lryoddr Juunur t i ISI One of till Inrcosi liotltutloiis tothis State IIs the Star Urns Nurseries and lh thirds nuq any tit lMHMtui Mo tend ItotlpsrtyIII The tniilo of the tlnu thrnuglinut the Initcd States Catuula hi inuny Fiiiiue Italy Hungary and oilier foreign countries but itluisa iniiiilHTof rus touicrs both in Now Zciiluml and 1IIIaaII Kiclity veiirn ago thoro came tuilIt to Pike county the Into luilpe Stark then a votin wean fresh from Out Hickorys New Orleans campaign lie sturteil thin nursrrv and planted the first tatted orII clinnl n the state liayhiK brought UiOhcioiiA I on horseback from Kentucky The IUSIIC H lias descended from father to yon maul Iis now eoniliicted by the third pomration assisted bv thin fourth This tlrm has more than LMHravclinK solicitors and niiloys more people In Its ofllees than i woiiiil ho necessary to run a hurt c maniifa toting concern Tho extensive pucKiiiir iiotises of tin coiniuiny fur uiljaionl to thin city connected with thin railroiul by sKcial trucks 1 From these packing Iiomres hundreds of otirlonds of lyres are sliiipeil an nually Ill nursery uroinuN emhruce a manlier of furms convenient to tIll city und oven extend Koclqxirt IIlls where there is u pltuit of several million trees Tlio HHMiliiirltv of the comcrn is fio rstuhlisiiiiicnt of larso orchanls1 Tinso oivluiiMs in Jt stats atfjrroirnto no irlv t Katro und nine thin VKIHIO tree a the mitiufshi plan Tho llrm is ids i- IlIlI111I aMmt as many more teas on the cooKialivo ugeauat Iiniliaiia llrms have naive tnivelinp men UIMIII till road for them than any oMi r rap of the world of its size Tlii of coiirso slarpelvt duo to the litrKo iiiinlicr 111111111111I tlovnl hv the Stark limos Nurseries who furnish iliiir men the insist complete npto Into outfit ever issuotl They are Incn wing their futvcof bultaiiicu daily and roou furIj more I Mrs Nfwno U k1I11C you any i wan far Mdislud llotiisf CI1 rkNo we XIIlIliI I suiHioiM It Will do for the floor Just as wcl tt astiingtau1talcsI Tlnir People ovrrooko the Importance of t rr iniiiiciitly iKMiiticial dusts Knit Wlre sat is lied with ininsunt neiuni a hut now that it Ispcncifillv known Unit Syrup of figs iii permanently overcotno hubittia eon stpa lion Wellinfornifd irtlpe will lint 1111I other laxatives whirls net for Ii time uutII tiuully Injure thin stem lotrxres Iis only the ivfuito of weal thuds and tlia liululuy of fouls CluMcr lkitt Pieos Cure forCoiianmnUou has no equal ft n LiMitr i mmlieiiic I M1 1 Ahb tt xi Scotvu St Buffulo N Y May V ISM Tae only honeit man does tint from duty whkli the man 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table anti was lame on both hisi fret I Was there ever anything more romantic null ehivalrous than the love of David and Jonathan At one time Jon t 1atLaa was up and David was down Sow David is up and Jonathans family t is down As you have often heard of two soldiers before going into battle making covenant that if one is shot the survivor will take charge o the body the watch the me mentos and perhaps of the bereft family of the one that dies so David and Jonathan had made a covenant and now that Jonathan is dead David is inquiring about Ills family that he may show kindness unto then for their father Jonathans sake Cart fun search is mode and a son of Jona than by the dreadfully homely name oft Jlephibosheth is found Ills nurse in his infancy had let him fall and the fall had pit ln th his ankles out of place and they had novel been set This decrepit poor man is brought I into tilt palace of IKing David David looks upon him with melt lag tenderness no doubt seeing in his face a resemblance to his old friend the deceased JonathanI The whole hearing of King David toward e him stem to say How glad IIIIIU to see you Miphiboshoth How you re 4 4mmad me of your fattier my old friend and beef a tor 1 made a bargain with your fatter a good tinny years ago and I am going to ikeep it with you What can 1 do for you Mephibosheth I am resolved what to do I will make you a rich man I will restore to you thecontismtttipropertyofyour grand father Slu and you shall be a guest I of mine as long as you liveI and you I r tIltrbosheth and he cried out against it calling himself a drat dog 1 Bstill says David I dont do this on your own account I do this for your father Jonathans salve I can never forget his kindness I remember when I was hounded from place to place how he befriended me Can Illrforget how lie stripped himself of his courtier apparel and I pave it to me instead of my sherherds coat and how he took oil his own i sword mid halt and gave them to me instead of my sling Oh I can never forget hin I feel as if Icouldnt t do enough for you his son I dont do it for your sake I do it for your father Jonahans sake So Mephibosheth dwelt in Jmilsalem forge did tat con tinually at the kings table und was lame on both his feet There is so much gospel in this quaint incident lhat I am embarrassed to know where to begin Whom do Mephi bosheth and David and Jonathan make you think of Mephibosheih in the first place stands fur the disabled human soul Lord Myron describes sin as a charming reck lessness asa gallantry as a Dun Juan George Sand describes sin as triumphant in many ntricate plots iavarina with his engravers knife al to jocularitybut i bosheth mine on both feet Sin like the nurse in the context attempted to carry us anti let us fall tint we have licen disabled and in our whole moral nature wo are decrepit Sometimes theologians haggle about a technical depravItydoctrine and some reject it What do you mean by total depravity1o you mean that every 1111111 is as bad as he can be Then 1 do not believe it either Hut do you mean that sin has let us fall that it has sacrificed and disabled and crippled out entire mural nature until we Ian not walk straight and are lame in both fret Then I admit your proposition There is tint so much hit ference in an African jungle with barking howling hissing lighting t 1quadruplll and reptile and Paradise with its animals coming before Adam when he patted thom and stroked them and give them names so that the pan ther was as tame as tilt cow and the condor as tame as the dove as there is between the human soul disabled und that soul as God originally constructed it I do not care what the sen timentalists or the poets say in regard to sin in the name of God I declare to you today that sin is disorganization disintegration ghastly disfiguration hobbling de fortuity youthattimes thinks wrong he sometimes does Wrong indeed his nature needs a little Moral surgery an outside splint a rectificationReligion Blight some day como into use Man is partially wrong not all wrong He is lame In one foot Bring the salve of divine grace and the ointment and the pain extractor andwo will have his one foot cured Man is only halt wrong not aUogclhcr wrong In what is mans at1cLtiOIlS on IsIi whole heart faint Me belief tl and deformed our souls increases as wo go on in years When you start ed life you thought that man undhewrongItthroughthet your or occupationI or profession you be lieved that man was about half wrong Uy the time you canoe to midlife you lieved that man was threefourth wrong Hut within these past few years since you have been so lied about and swindled and cheated you have i come to the conclusion that limn is al together wrong and now you can Sly with the prayer book until with the IItiblc There is no health in us IIII you believe with the prophet The I heart is deceitful above mill things und i d auI j I youtlieve that Mephibosheth is manic on both feet Again Mephibosheth in the text stands for the disabled human soul humbled and restored When this invalid of my text got a command to come to King Davids palace he trembled The fact was that time grandfather of Mophlbosheth hail treated David most shockingly and now Mhibosheth says I to himself What does the king want of me Isnt it enough that I am lame Is he going to destroy my life Is he going to wreak on me the vengeance which he holds tovard my grandfather Saul Its too bad lint go to the palaceI McphUnxshcth must since the Ming has commanded With start and crutches and helped by his friends IsetI Mephibosheth going up the stairs of the palace I hear his stair tutu crutches rattling on the tes sellated flour of the throne rxnm No sooner have these two per onsconfront- ell other1lephibosheth mind David the king than Mephibosheth throws himself limit on his face before the king und styles himself a dead dog In the east when a man styles himself a dog he utters the utmost terns of self abnegation It is not a term so strong in this country where I Ia dug huts a fair chance he sometimes shows more nobility of character than some human specimens that we wot of but the many curs of till Orienta cities as I know by myuiyn observation are ut terly detestable Mephibosheth givesI the utmost term uf stlf loathmng when he compares himself to a dog and dead at that Consider tIll analogy When the command is given from the palace of Heaven to the human soul to come time soul begins to tremble It says What is Gad going to do with me now Is he going to destroy me Is He going to wreak his vengeance upon me There is more than one Mephibosheth trembling now because God has sum moned him to tilt palace of divine grace What are you trembling about ttrod has no pleasure in the lentil of a sinner He dues nut send for you to hurt you He sends for you to do you good A Scotch preacher had tilt following circumstances brought under his observation There was a poor woman in the parish who was about to be turned out because site could not pay her rent One night slit heard a loud knocking at the door and she mode no answer mull hid herself The rapping continu ed louder louder louder hilt shut made no answer and continued to hide herself She was almost frightened unto death Slit said Thats the otllcer of the m law come to throw me out of my home A few days after a Christian philan thropist met her in the street and said MyI poor woman where were you time other night I came round to your horse to pay your rent Why didnt you let me in Were you at 1 home hysIll replied was that you Yes that was me I came to said if I pay your rent 11Ityshe limed had say idea it was you I would liave let you in 1 thought it was an otlieer come to cast me out of my hone Oh soul that loud knocking nt thy gate loday is not t holllrltr dune to put you in jail it is the best friend you ever had come to be your security You shiver with ter ror because you think it is wrath It Is mercy Why then tremble before the 1hmgof Heaven and earth culls yon to his palace Stop trembling and start right away Oh you say I cant start 1 have been so lamed by sin and so lamed byevil habit I cant both feet My1 start I am lame in friend we come out with our prayers and sympathies to help you up to the palace If you want to get to the pal there Start nowmice yon may get The Holy Spirit will help you All you have to do Is just to throw yourself on your face nt the foot of of the Ring as Mephibosheth did- Mephibosheti s canlnal comparison seems extravagant to the world but when a man has seen himself as ho really Is and has seen how he has been treating the Lord there is no torn ve hement enough to express his selfcon demnation The dead dog of Mephl bosheths comparison falls to de scribe the mans utter loathing of himself Mephibosheths posturing does not seem too prostrate When a soul is convicted first le- prays upright Then time muscles of his neck relax and he is able to bow his head After awhile byalmost superhuman effort ho kneels down to pray After awhile when he tints seen himselfKing just like Mephibosheth thoII II fact is if wo could see ourselves as nod I sees us we would perish at the spec j table You would have no time to overhaul other people Your cry would be tied be merciful to me a sin ncr And again Mephibosheth in my text stands for the disabled human soul Ilphlbosheth palace on his own account WIn did David ransack the realm to find that poor man and then bestow upon him a great fortune and command a farmer of the name of Xlbu to culture the estate und give to this invalid Mephibosheth half the proceeds every year Why did King David mull such a mighty stir about a poor fellow who would never be of any use to the throne of Israel It was for Jonathans sake It was Kobcrt Hums culls for nuld lang sync David could not forget what Jonathan had lane for him in other days Three times this chapter his it that all this kindness on the part of David to Mephibosheth was for his father Jonathans sake The laughter of Peter Martyr through the vice of her husband dune down to penury and the senate of Zurich toolt care of hOI for her fattier sake Sometimes a person tins applied to hitsbutbrother of some one who had been your benefactor in former days and by a glance you suit the resemblance of your old friend in the face of time ap plicant you relented nod you said Oh I will do this for your fathers sake You know byyour experience what my text means Now my friends it is on that principle that you und 1 are to got into the Kings palace The most important part of every prayer is the lust three or four words of itFOIlhrbts sake Do not rat tie oil those words as though they were merely the finishing stroke of the prayer They mire the must important part of the prayer When in earnest ness you go before God and say Fur Christs sake it rolls in as it were upon liods mind all time memories of Bethlehem and Genncsarct and Gol gothn When you say before Jiod For Christs sake you hold before Gods mind every groan every tear every crimson drop of His only begotten Son If there iis anything in nil the universe that will mute 5od to an act of royal benefaction it is to say For Christs sake Gad is omnipo tent limit lie is not strong enough to resist that cry1or Christs sake If a little child should kneel behind Gods throne nut should say For Christs sake the great Jehovah would turn around on His throne to look at her mind listen No prayer ever gets to Heaven but for Christs sake No soul is ever comforted but for Christs sake The world will never be redeemed but for Christs sake Our name however illustrious it may be among men be fore God stands only for inconsistency and slim but there is a name a potent stunt a blessed name n glorious name an everlasting name that we may put upon our lips as a sacra mcntjind unon outforehead as if crown mina that is the name of Jesus our divine Jonathan who strip ped tuselfof Ills robe until put on our rags and gave us Ills sword and took our broken reed so that now whether we are well or slawtlllr we are living or dying if we speak that name it moves Heaven to the center and soil says Let the poor soul come In Carry him up into the throne room of the palace Though he may have been in exile though sin may have crippled him on this side and sorrow may have crippled him on the other side und he is lane in both his feet bring 1 him up into the palmed for I want to show him everlasting kindness for Jona thrums sake Again Mephibosheth in my text stands for the disabled human soul lifted to time kings table It was more ditlicult in those times even than it is now for common men to get into a royal dining room The subjects might have come around till rail of the palace and might have such tint lights kindled and might have seen the clash of the knives and the rattle of the golden gob lets but not get in Stout men with stout feet could not get in once in all their lives to one banquet yet pour Mephibosheth guts in lives there and is every day at the table Oh what a getting up In the world it was for poor Mephibosheth ell though you and 1 may be wofully lamed with sin for our divine Jonathans sake I hope we will all get in to iliac with thou King Itefore dining we must be introduced If you are invited to a company of per sons where there are distinguished juiople present you are introduced This is the senator This is time governor This is the president Before we sit down at the Kings table in Heaven I think we will want to be introduced Oh what u tune that will be when you and I by the grace of God get into leaven and ore intro duced to the mighty spirits there and some one will say This is Joshua This is Paul This is Moses This is John Knox This is John Mil ton This is Martin Luther Tills is George WhiteHold Oh shall we have any strength left utter such around of celestial introduction Yea Wo shall be potencies ourselves Then wo shall sit down at the Kings titlila with the sons and daughters of God and one will whisper to us mil say Behold what manner of lovo thp Father hath bestowed upon us that wo should bu called the sons of Got anA some one at the table will say How long will It last All other banquetaat which I sat ondetl How long will this last and Paul will answer Forcuvrl nail Joshua will say Forever and John Knox will say Forever and George NVhltefleld will say forever And tho wine nt that banquet will bo old wine it will bo very old wine i will be the oldest wine of Heaven it will be the wine thnt was trodden out from the red clusters on time day then Jesus trod the winepress alone Wino already moro than eighteen centurion old And no one will deride us ns to what we were in this world No ono will bring up our imperfections hero our sins here All our earthly Imper fections completely covered up and hidden Mephibosheths feet under tit table Kingly fart Kingly ves turn Kingly companionship Wo shall reign forever and ever 1 think that banquet will mean more to vhoso who lUll it hard in this world than to those who hall it easy That Inn quiet in Davids palace meant more to Mephibosheth than to tummyone else be cause he had been poor and crippled and despised and rejected And that man who in this world is blind will better appreciate the light of leaven titan we who in this world had good eyesight And that man who in this world was deaf will better appreciate he music of Heaven than we who in this world had a good hearing And those will hove a higher appreciation of the easy locomotion of that land who in this world were Mephlbo shahs O my soul what a magnificent gos pc It takes a man so low down and rahes hint so high What a gospelI Cure now who wants to be banqueted and empalneeds1s when Wilberforen was trying to get the emancipation hill through the British parliament and all the British Isles were anxious to hear of the passage of that emancipation bill when a vessel was coming into port and the captain of the vessel knew that the people were so anxious to get the tidings he stepped out on the prow of the ship and shouted to the people long before he got up to time dock Free and they cried it and tiny shouted it and they sang it mull through time land Free Free So today I would like to sound the news of your present told your eternal emancipation until the angels of God hovering in the air mind watchmen on the hut tlements and bellmen III the town cry it shout it sing it ring it Free free I come out now as tho- IIwswllglrof the palace to invite Mephi bosheth to count up I am hero today to toll you that Gad Ins a wealth of kindness to bestow upon you for IIlls Sons sake TIll doors of time palacu are open to receive you The cupbear ers hUt already put the chalices on the table und the great loving tender sympathetic heart of God bends over you this moment saying In there any that is yet left of the house of Saul that I may show him Idmluois for Jonathans sakc7- INTERESTING ITEMS Prisri HBXIIY of Prussia Iis going to live close to the French frontier He has bought a tine old place iin Lor rll lilt KKV WM CriiAN ItirKri a revivalist of Kentucky can repent from memory every word in the Bible except the Itook of Psalms IT is not generally known that the exKmpress Kugenia is partly an Irish woman On one side she was descend ed from an Irish soldier of fortune who made a name and place for himself in the interminable Spanish wars IT would be interesting to ascertain the Jdean that prevail in Wales with regard to time religious conditions of tho Inited States At a public stile at Swansea time other day a number of family Itibles were put up for auction on time ground that their owners had no further use for them because they were emigrating to America Tin British revenue returns for tho first quarter of till current fiscal year show an increaso of ilWmOOO c1OUII Duo of which is derived from excise du ties indicating it is claimed that the t+ rosptrrtyof time working classes greatly txceeds the estimates of time Chancelcr of the exeheluerSlr Michael HicksltcaehI inn Presbyterian church of Japan U spun to begin missionary work in For mimosa President IIbuka of Tokio nnd President Oglml of Stcele college Na gasaki have been appointed to visit the Held and report to the mission hoard Three thousand dollars are to bo rained from tho Japanese churches to inaugurate und push forward this now work SUM AM tho hey of Tunis in likely to encounter n yea of troubles in tho near future for he has decided to be como an author Ills forthcoming book is to be entitled The Guido of tho True Iteliover in time Path of Duty It deals with tho sanitary and legal ol ligatlons of time Mussolman as well an tho tenets of his faith CAPT II F LAND of Sclma Altro cently captured a tarpon on the west coast of Florida which measured six feet live Inches in length Time capturo was made near St Petersburg 18 milts from Tampa Cnpt Land with a conI panion was in u boat near tho shoro when tho immenso Silver King was hung rue big fish carried tho boat in a zigzag course a mile antia half down time bay lie was landed witb the greatest dlflculty t i ON THE DOME OF ST PETERS Almost alRoramf the World Stretched llcforo the llebolUcr The strangest most extravagant tnovt incomprehensible most disturb ing sight of oil is to be seen from the upper gallery in the cupola looking down to the church below lunging in atone sees the church projected in per tll cetive within n huge circle It is an w though one paw it upside down and inside out Few men could bear to stand there without that bit of Iron railing between them and the hideous fall nnd the inevitable slight dizziness which the strongest head feels nay mnhe one doubt for n moment whether what Is really the floor below nay not le In reality n celllngnbovc nnd wheth er ones sense of gravitation be not In vetted in nn extraordinary dream At that distance human beings loot no logger than Hies nod the canopy of tho high altar might be an ordinary table r And thence climbing up between the double domes ono may emerge from the nhnost terrible perspective to tho open air and suddenly sic all Homo at ones feet t nnd nil the Koman mountains stretched out to south until enst In perfect grace of restful outline shoulder to shoulder like shadowy women 1 lying side by side mind holding hnndt And time broken symmetry of streets nnd squares range below cut by the winding ribbon of the yellow Tiber to the right Uia low Aventlne with the lark cypresses of the Protestant cemetery beyond and the Palatine crested with trees and ruins the Pineian on the left wIth Its high gtmlcnn and time IMHSH of folktgc of the VIIU Medici be hind It time lofty tower of the onpltol in the midst of time city nnd tho sun clasping nil to its heart of gold the jmt and the unjust till new aril time old allkr past and present youth age and decay generous ns only the sun tan be in this sordid amid miserly world whore bread IH lint another name for blood tumid a rontlof growing corn mniis a pound of human flesh The sun is the only good tiling in MI t lire that always ghes itself to man for noth ing but the mere trouble of sitting In tin sunshine and dune without sun light is a very grim and gloomy town t4 guy It Iis worth the effort of climbing no high Four hundred feet in tho air you look lawn on what ruled half the world by forte for ages ninth on what rules time other Inilf today by faith the greatest center of conquest and of till curd and of religion which time world has ever seen A thousand volumes have been writtent about It byn thou sand wlso min A word will tell wlmt It has been the heart of the world Hither was drawn the worlds blood by nil time roods that lend to Koine and Innee It wax forced out again along tho mighty arteries of the Caesars roiids to be spilled In the Caesars bat Ilesto redden till world with the Ro man name Jllood blood nod morn blood tlMit was till history of ol- dnntethiI blond of brothers the blood1 of tuts the hood of riifirtyrs without emu It flowed mId ebbed Iri varying title at till will of the just and the un just1 hilt there were always more hands to rued it And so it may be again lucre after for tHit name of Koine has u heartstirring ring and there tins al ways been as much blood spilled for the ninnies of things us for the things MieniMclves Marion Crawford ini Can tit rv A Irlse TciiiilHtoni At a recent pigeon shout of the Lin coln Gun club nt Ahuneda Point a 3ta tomlwtonc was the Kith prize limo conditions under which it was piton were that it should go to any mnn who killed 13 Htrulght and then missed than I remaining two If no one node that score it should go to the 13th man Nobody seemed to want the tomb Htone Len Owens broke 12 straight nod thin deliberately missed the 13th80- lit tint to win It I am tint Miporxtitious naid he hut I believe In signs- I am not either declared Harlow WhiteI but Ill bet n lint something huppens to the man ttlmn wins It They cant runt mist enough to give it to me declared Morton Allen Col Sheldon I Kellogg made 12 straight and said 11 wan not afraid of winning the tombstone for he Intended to make n clean score lIe killed his 13th blue rock and despite mils best effort he mlnmd two easy ones The tombstone is his unit and all It lacks is his name and ageSan Franclnco Post An Internsrtnq sight One of the most interesting nights in New York is to crowd of homecomers IIM they pour down the gang plank of an ocean liner Kven the solitary bachelors of other cities who arrivu unwolcomcd arc affected by tho semi hysterics of the girls who have troops of friends to meet them At the cry of passengers ashore they come down to tho dock with a huge grin of snta faction stretching rll around their facett Tho steamship dock is a good place to study temperament Time man who van retain his air of indifference In time exception Even the moat re served in the rush nnd bustle of the crowd thaws out of hi frigidity Chi cago Chronicle An Intermittent Arcompllihirent On the lake rrntSny little boy can you swim Sometimes When i Is that 1 1tipn dey aint no copper lookltt1 =Chicaao Illebnl + 6 r I Ii l i a 1 r 1 THE HERALDi SPENCER COOPER Edilo- CHAS E HABICHT Associate Editor r IiI 1 HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 18 JS9 DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fur President WILLIAM JKXXINUS BUY AX Of Nebraska Fur VletlroaldtiHt1 ARTHUR SEWALL Of Main For Congrritsuian Tenth l Mrkt THOMAS Y FITPATRICK UP HOYD fOlNTY S tfNOUNOEMENTS eS iI FOR JAILER 1 nut a wuidldwte for the office of Jailor Volfn county Mini Holirit thtMipport tifthr DutnnorNtic party in tin Primary to lie lie III hepttinber lm IWH Some seven yvuin slit I had the iiiHortmir In lose one of tat Icg s fwd since that time have been tinublu li jierform tnriu liilior That for tnori tha lull other riinuui prompts me to uk for thi ofttcu anil if elected I prmniic to fulfill till duties In every ruNpuot loping for youlr miiiport I111111 obediently your fIjtIWi IIh1IR To run Soon Iltorii OK WointCorNTV I l 1 Ulnh to annoiiiiue that 11111111 ciuididat 4II lor Jailer of Wolfe county subject to tin 1 Ptsmocrutlu party I have always been n Jhinioorat 1111111IIIu always supported thc Demoomtic nominee in every race nation al Mate and noiinty ami IliN I + the fir st time I ever naked for oilier MyI wife Iii11M been an Invalidi for l1 year and I E linvi E I biiun unfortunate In that npcct If II ii the nomination fwd am elected I Mill I I the illicit to the Mitixfiiction of everybody i i Asking your support unit NiiflriiKC at Ilic i 1rlniary I111111 OIIrHIffllr the nominee i VM IIUKWKIt I i rt t FOR ASSESSOR I am n candidate for the office of hsort of Wolfe county and illicit the support lit tilt Deinocrntie party in the Primary to Ihi held September 11 1MWI IiavingbrenItnl a Democratic voter In the fc i raid a friend to the parly through thick andI thin forahvnyK IIlUll now asking the olliee of AsuiSMtr fur the comity 1I am and alwaysi Imvo been for any Mad everything thatt would help the country I have put in both money mid time to footer every enterprise ami never charged a cent fur my herviee and aside from thix no laboring man ever called on me fur n favor but he got it j Into my prfcluet awl mid the facts Asking now that you will support me Ns I have you t 1 mil III II your friend It F AXDKUSOX c Primary Election Call i t Ptirtiiinnt to n call liy the chairman the Wolfe county Democratic committee the committeemen met at Campton on I August J and selected September HIit t 18Jo an the time of holding a primary election to iiominnto cnmlidatcv for the i i various county tad district ollice to 1 voted for nt the Xovomlwr election ISltI All Democrats who will he legal voters i at tho November election 1SI 7 are en titled to vote in said primary Candi dates for the county otlicoa are require- to pay to tho chairman Si and candidates for district ofliccs 2 on or before Sep d tember 1SSIO C C HANKS dim J It CviutoLi Sec 1 CHAIUKV SiMtiirrr one of the mot popular men that ercr lived in MngoHin county says there is not a bolting Dem ocrat in that county Free silver iill iin the swim to stay Nm ON TIIIMIIM mltln good mn ue gone wrong by time way hunted th county of Magoflin from eend to rend o but could not get a nun to act as chair man of a boltocrat party The people are for free silver n KINTlCtY will roll up an even forty thousand majority for tho free ticketBryan and Scwall and the gold bugs and Republicans will be in the soup and how theyll spoon for the fluid will be u sufficiency TUB Republican campaign committee has been sending out n lot of soulldI money literature and has unearthed tb astounding fact that Bryan once voted for a sound money Democrat in prefer ence to a free silver Populist And yet the boltocrata claim that Bryan is a free silver Populist You can bet your boots nod if you havent got em your shoes or your sox that whenever you hear a man of intel ligence cry out against free silver that ho has a mortgage on some poor mans property or is negotiating a Hen on route poor widows milch cow Free silver Trill save us from this serfdom 4t EvrKY Democratic paper in the Tenth congressional district h in line for tin ticket nominated at Chiangolath Co rWorld tight you are Brother Nelson with ono exception The Morgan Count y I Messenger claims to bo Democratic yet I can not support theI free silver1 nominee tI Ifori president and vice president but a yI fhoIItI platform for congress Tliunlincriniina tint lots never been explained away b flI1S editor HACK yonder before Hryan was a bo or hid parent thought of there hunle- a lardy parly of pilgrims on this flute lean soil nnd in tint with their prose ny declared that we the a freo people and threw oil tho ynko of I gland Many years have pawed nnd we are ono lignin the subjects the serfof Kiigland Hut behuld Hrynn the young Nelirnn kan of bruin and brawn like time signer of the declaration of independence MIVM We defy them Arc we as tic on of our father afraid to defy all tin world hot our slogan he froc silver HON J C LYKINH of Campion W W McGuire of Wet Liberty rod W- flf O Mize of this town favored and fos tcrml wins of the Democratic parly from time iimmemorial the ccIIplatform and its nominees Its a shame utlie six hundred who stood as an ada iiiiint wall in tintI convention wore un wise in that they did not consult thiss Iriumvirite before they took their bull headed stand W A HYKI deputy marshal of Jack con wns here Monday en route to Bar bourville to attend tire FicldsAdkin trial He had just returned from a triI through Eastern Kentucky rod Western Virginia He says that there is a gram 1rpublicaDillI a who have heretofore voted with time He publican will vote for Bryan and free silver Winchester Democrat Tin Critic which was tic only free silver Democratic paper published iin Louisville for some time has suspended and its successor The Democrat willI Iour begin pouring hot shot into the boltocrats J It will be published daily with the versatile DUll IK Sullivan ii editor It behooves every Democrat in Kentucky to subscribe for this exponent of truth arid prosperity DOWN in Arkansas a preacher told his congregation that any man who wouldI vote fur free silver ought to be pitchedI head foremost into hell IIt happened t If1m a free silver crowdI and the way they wont for that preacher was a ratio When the police recucd him ho looked1 I like he had been through a Kansas cy clone timid he will he more cautious o I will know his crowd better next timeI eA ntiAKI of nature in the shape ofn urge ear of corn around which are six teen smaller ones till perfectly formedI and grown together on one stem is being situdi 1 that time center ear is yellow while viol which cluster around it are white Thus does nature bring her share to tho great campaign of 181X5I Simon t for free silver Ax ixiiKATioK of tho general inter est in the financialI question is the daily average of about 1200 letter Waking for all sorts of financial information which are received at the United States treas miry department The people are studying this question harder than they eve r did before ueGov EVANS Iof South Carolina sizedI up the situation correctly when he said It makes no difference how many tickets are in the field the issue is silver or gold and the Democratic and Republican plat forms make the fight open end squarer WAII street and England are protect ing tie treasury gold reserve until after the November election They know tha another bond issue would make every state in the union certain for free silver A i A HA MA has set the pace for Demo cratic Waterloo in November by giving againstethe combined forces of Republicans and Populists I TICK ovations tendered Bryan along the route to New York plainly show the people are up in scats for free sliver and will certainly carry the day in Novem ber In two weeks the fair will be in full blast a rousing big time is expected No pains are being spared to male this HuzcllGretDI Rich Red Ii I Blood Is absolutely essential to health It is secured cnily and naturally by j taking eels Snrftjirtarilln but Is 1m i possible to get It fromfocnlled nervo tonics nnd lllhtcI compounds ab Jlurlttiers They have t uxrary sleeping effect but do not lItlvivo lan purer Bflood S4rapnrllloYwhich hRS flat lastI tlmjj been nd vert Ned as jut whet 1t1istho I bolt modlclne for the blood ever pray ducal Its success in curing Scrofula IISalt Hheuni KheuumtUni Catarrh i Dyspejmia Nervous Prostration anti That Tired Fixling Lac w- auuHood5 i I Sarsapaa i II a Tin On Trt 1tlundl JunflT All ilniKKlst E1- Ia rrtctableraHoodsI Secretary hake Smith For Bryan A special to tin Enquirer says What many regard as practical confirmation cf the report that three weeks ago Secretary I Hoke Smith handed his resignation ton vile president is a doubleleaded editorial in the Atlanta Oil Joirtiil telling why it is the clear duty of all Democrats to support Mr Hrynn The editorial is clearly from Secretary Smiths pen and is the sensation of the day It says that such Democrats us went to the Chicago convention opposed to Mr Hryan were hound to abide its result If the result had been diflervnt and thaw who nomi goldImen t acted in bad faith- t The editorial cites the fart that such Traders as Hill and Gorman will stand IIfur the ticket and says that if such men as these with their opinions and environ nets support Bryan isnt thereI more reason why southern Democrats should do so Secretary Smiths editorial says Ithnt the grand party trot not go to pieces upon this single question of transient importance The editorial is couched in strong arid vigorous language and is regarded here SliS the signal of the complete divorce 1mont of Secretary Smith from President lIIorcrat1icin the Held for Hryan I I IAChance to Make Money I read how one of your subscribers made money selling Dishwashers lor-o tiered one and my lady friends wore charmed as they hole disliwuihing My1 brother and I commenced selling them 1mill have made 17tnt letter paying all expenses We dont canvass any Our sales are all made at hone People cOllie- r or send for them The Mound City Dish Washer is time best Dishwasher tin the market Our business iis increasing and we are going to keep right on uutilwe make 10000 We sell from b to If morfIi lovely every keeper wants one There iis no excused to be poor when so much money can bee made selling Dish Washers For full particulars addressThe Mound City Dish Washer Co St IxMiis Mo They will start you on the road to stlccesA RKADKU Sam J Salyer Weds a Wealthy Widow A special from Paintsville Ky dated Aug ft nays A surprise was caused yesterday at Pikeville by the marriage of lien Sam J Sniper and Mrs Ken lucky Ferrell Mrs Ferrell is fiftynine years of ace and the widow of the late Richard X Ferrell She owns n controlling interest in the bank of Pikeville and her wealth iis estimated to exceed 150000 Mr Salyer is only thirtytwo years oMnnd is a former citizen of West Liberty Two years ago he resigned the position of county attorney for Morgan count He is a brother of State Sort ator John P Salyer the wellknown ret cent election of directors for the Hank of Pikeville Mrs Ferrell controlled the af fairs and had Salyer elected president of the bank An hour before their marriage Ferrell deeded to Salyer onehalf MUII terest in her entire estate Mr Salyer lociet1RIlIII stances was n great surprise to their friends If you know any thing that we dont know which the people ought to know if it is worth knowing dont you know that it is your duty to let us know it that the people may also know what you know that we ought to know but dont know because you boW you wout let us knowEx 1LP I LLE COM Ji MAY 4 Tim Largest in KentuckyC t J REGARDLESS I f I OF PRICE Wo do not will itkn 51pEt cent oil of CREAmrESTLEADING IIuiulrr d Suiu of Clothing wo have put tine knife to the COME FOR S750 Nothing r Cash With Yon When You I 1 t s Flannel Suitsi sewed t 700 Plr suit color guaranteedDour r which sold st Loll and wort I gouts 75cents and11 worth l Pants fiuo wool cassimoro at You Buy Good Eu1 aIISi LEXINGTON flD PHRIS NY r nl FlOSE D VISOPI1ACTICALO BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAHEL GREEN KENTUCKY =FARM and ROAD WAGOK BUIIDINGVV Call and get our prictfi and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patroni It Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEI Iemploy only skilled labor every mUll being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully sol- icitedPLWATTSJ 4 LIVERY AND FEED STABLE I HAZEL GREEN KYflrF H F PIERATT Proprietor C IN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUsr Special cnro taken of teams for Commeri cinl Travelers Parties conveyed to any poJnt on liberal terms Patronage of the publlote spectfully solicited H F PIERATT OlGI t G119lIt tilJ IdQ TIjE 9REAT BJ1 NESS TRAINING SCHOOL T SOUTN 9IgattIdIl5TllllzlHUNDNED2 or CktIDUATt HOLDING PINE tMh1lll1ll I dPu 71Ailtj RECOMMENDEO BY THE LEADING BUSINESS II r JaoTHECOUNtRY MVNrtav oat w tr Jr vrtN IC rf Jq fttth f r o IM 1Jt JEIAIJ300LL hhP Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings III I Come in nt once and pay your subl I scription Saturday iis the lust day of I grace Josh DelUisk whoso illness was last I IJJ week chronicled in these columns is jI improving j See notico in another coliinin from S II Wilson shcriir relating to the sale ofII land for taxes Mr anil MM 1owull Hose of SlIllI water visited thu family of John M Koie this weep 11 Itiiill alll Uu aiinumicoiiieiitd in this issue and make your selections They are all gouImon I t W C Hyrnm and Ifenekt 1lofMtorofUll are among the guests at- ngi jinj S Spring Hotel II 1F JuniUa new livery hun isI nciriii completion and in a short while everything will be in rC1lt1i II esII The pat lvvo weeks have been ullprci cedcntcd for heat Scarcely a day hut innrkcdl nearly 100 in the shade Bro Itaruey Hlankeiiship returned Monday fruit the bluegrass where ho has been preaching for over a month t Boone Dayutd two little sons of Heattyvillo passed through here Tues day en route to his iiiotlierV on Caney Onlya short time intervene1 before the fair begins and all should do ROIHC thing tj make it outdo any previous yarLittle Ethel Cecil wlio had the mis fortune to break her arm and also dislo cate her elbow is able to be at school again There will he preaching at the Cnfkey school house this Thursday evening at 730 conducted by Revs W B Vocum and Harlan Murphy Mrs Brent Aikcn of Danville aunt of Mrs Hcrtie Goilscy is quite ill at the home of Mrs Uolle Oodscy at this placrII where she is visitingi A letter to parties in hazel Green states that Mrs Win Cecil nee Ida Swango of Cedar JMuil Va is the mother of a fine girl baby I Urcck Wallace little son of John j Wallace has been confined to his home iInowi I Next Sunday morning at 11 oclock I Rer1r iL Scott colored will preach I his farewell sermon at Dnysboro after having Ixcu in charge of the church at that phiCf fur the past two years I Miss Ida Linden and a Mr Jambrill of Jackson were married at the resi dente of the brides mother Mrs Coon Alexander Tuesday evening by Rev T M Little Much happiness to both II Chapman Tsyango of White Oak t passed through town this week en route to Ml Sterling and other markets with a lot of sheep and cattle Chap looks as well as usual and says he iis doing fine Mrs L M Day of Heattyville is visiting F X Day and family this week This is her first visit back to Wolfe since her removal 8 years ago She has i jj been an invalid for quite awhile but some better now isII Kowena Gibson the 15 year old daugl ter of Tom Gibson Iliving on tho Seb t Walters place was bitten on the foot by a copperhead snake while going for water at a neighbors spring lust Thurs day She is doing nicely and no serious results are apprehended The many friends of James H Swango will be pleased to learn that ho has opened n law office in MemphN Tenn rand has prospects fora lucrative prac tice In n letter to friends here he states I that times are very hard at present but I expects they will improve after tho election of Bryan nand Sewall Rev J H Scott returned from Mt Sterling Tuesday having preached there last Sunday He informs us that he hnKI accepted n call from the colored Baptist church at Mt Sterling and will take charge of the pastorate on the first Sun day in September In a short time he expects to move his family thereIIIiI Married on Thursday August 6 atl countyC i aged a Blankenship aged 14 Elder J T Pie ratt officiating The attendants were EI L Blankenship and Miss Olivia Hanks James Rogers and Miss Bettje Hanks All parties mentioned are residents of- this Wolfe county Our best TtUhw tttnd tlttm- Curtis Pieratt was working on II F IiIlivery barn and while driving n hail into a plank last Saturday tho hammer slipped from hia hAnd and bounding struck him a haul blow on the mouth The hammer then took n down ward course struck Uck Young of May town on the forehead cutting an ugly gash and then bounded back some ten fret through an open w inc1owI IIt has been maliciously reported thi- narticles ent red for premiums or placer on exhibition in the floral hall at the fair grounds during the fair would not be safe The association lots employee il n number of reliable persons who will1 1i act a police and during the week there will IKS two on duty in the floral hull1 day mid ulghlJwill see that nothing 13 CArriedTRj In V Hurim Murphy paired throughl Sixen yesterday ou his way finm big meeting which he had been cm ducting ut Stillwnter assisted by He- W t 11 Yocum lie says there was grcal enthusifliu shown having had one adI dition by baptism and three for Curl tiara Unity 011 the Bible They also lien services nt Holly on Tuesday night amtl1 Wednesday morning Tilde Tom Stamper has been confine i11 to his home with u severe attackof stomach trouble for tho post week m fears arc entertained for his recovery prL u Lightning Hot Drops Whet a Funny Name I Very True but It Kills All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Cay Without Relief There Is No Pa MENEFEE COUNTY Triable Bond Tremors Very holllIdttllltilllCS just now There is a great deal of sickness in thisi vicinity at present Joe Cornell and John Lawson start f Fairgrungc III Monday Miss Cora Back of Hazel Green w down yesterday visiting her uncle A Miller William ICribThas gone to Poiidleton county where he hue a contract to erect a large barn Berry Oldlicld who died at the home of hi father last week was a brotherin scalesIPomeroyton up and in working and is ready to weigh live live stoc etc for everybody that come along We have a Bryan and Sowall rlub iin this neighborhoodl hid arrangements a being made to leave a big time at French burg next Saturday lulu E onp lid other prominent speakers will adI dres tho populace and music will be furnished 1 by the Salt Lid band Lei everybody come out mad hear what tin advantages of free silver are August 10 DAV LEE COUNTY Flncastlo Fishings J 1E Morris lots returned from Ows ley county where ho held an irtterestin- meeting l with 111 additions HeoTohn 1oty11of Casey county visited his sister Mrs James Caisson a few days and while here preached two interesting sermons A serious accident occurred ollttwol- I1ilt s from here Monday While the hinds on section No 10 were crossing the trestle on Walkers creek their car was derailed and three of the six men who were on the car fell about sixty feet to the ground Two were killed outright The killed are Marion ChilI maul and John Sparks John Legg fell1 with the car and lighted on his feet The doctors think theycui save him lie Will taken to the hospital at Lexing ton Daniel Booth luula leg brokerI Mike Quintou was hurt but not seriousIy Bob Proilit was the only one who es raped uninjured This is the worst nc- I cident that has ever happened on th i roadAugust II MOUNTAIN BOY SjIC that the limiM do not gcI retched In a Midden shower I flood blood is ull right hilt good darters good feed andl good methods in the rakingeke success doubly Mire if IlOgiIWhile Micro Is pool pasturage is a ood time to push the growth iiml fnt nlng of undesh able nnlmalH When Jiy are ready to inmKet sell themI lilt you hove fences oi your form seoII hat theyare properly U pt up Broken Mices haul ttumliledoui gatta are sure tfdkatiom of IncHffcrenrohi the owner Uveeti the pigs clean and feed them roptrlyand theywlll not 8COUI An Ruck of scours equal + the dropping of iiout on week of grmth consequent lit will pay to use la the wny of bet preventionods ENGLIS ITC E t 1r12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 25 cents Meals to orator nt all hours 1110 a in to l8 p in Suppor from 5 to 0 p in Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty II- u AlS rIGXGAnro P ol11i tox untiestI All persons indebted to Fallen or Ful len C Allen either by note or account will please como forward and settle at once as I am compelled to lure money ty giving this your prompt iitli Lion I you may sale further cost and1 trouble Kespcetfully OSCAK FAMUX I Loe City July 27 t1ROG H A Card EIMTOH IlKUAin We are 5nformc that some unscrupulous persons are in dt triouily circulating u report that the hair has been or will ho iwslpoiied her the purpose of thwarting the design of those who loco or may circulate such u potdpoiiemeiit contemplated On the contrary wie- state without reservation that tho Hae Green hair will be held as advertised toTh0 association feels flattered the end cournuemcut it has already received and j can truly soy that we expect the cominj fair to be the best ever hold in Hazel I Green It iis our intention to make iit such Respectfully I Tin FA 1 in Di it r TOt Notico to Cabinet Purchasers trlFour cabinets will be delivered as soon as they can be shipped and hauledI from depot to your houses Each pur chaser is earnestly requested to be ready any time after the I15th inst as our necessitybeKcspectfuily coot J A Lilis August 10 J8HG IrStoro House For Rent housenssituated 011 one of the best corners in Hazel Green which I desire to rent John M Hoe has closed out and quit the goods business which leaves a Iline opening for a first class store Call and or address G H SWASOO May 0 1800 Hazel Green Iy hasrbought the general store of Harrison posessoldsome time this month Mr U M liar risen will go to Mason county and en citizenki aud the people of Bethel1 and vicinity regret very much that he hats concluded ieto leave theulMath County Deirocrat Crarldlaforr spunloft fling stage coach while you take the liphlniiijj express or the electric ear When he was sick ho was treated by old fashioned methods mid given old fash ioned medicines but you demandl mod ern ideas in medicine as well as every thing ele Hoods Snrnparilla iN the medicine of today IIt ii prepircdl lhy modern metltillI to its preparation are brought the skill awl knowledgeI of modern science lMoods Siraparilla acts rankingtgpure rich blood it cures disease and es tablishet good health The streets of Mt Sterling were I crowded with colored people last Satur day Excursions were run from Lex ington Winchester rural Paris SHERIFFS SSACC FOR THUS 0 i OY VIUTrK OF fAXES due the State of Kentucky and County of Wolfe for the IleJlutlies will on MONDAY tie 7tli DAY OF SKITKMIIKK 1S0 between the hours of K oclock a in Bud I oclock j in at the CampionWolfecourt dayexpose at public sale to the highest curd best bidder for eimh In hand the following real estate or NO much thereof as will he necicnary to satisfy the following tux and cost on saute towlt lux IP Hull one town lot in Campion Ky district No 3 for the year 189091 02 180IW C Barker 00 acres of land adjoining the lands of Hud hunks dUtrict No I bal ante on the years 1W39I 95 tax and cost I 004 r James Pelfry 126 acres of land adjoining a the lands of David Itoc dUtrict 03ur b the year 1815 tux uid cost 083 t i 1joib year C This August 10 1890 S If WILSON S W C IJy J K COCKKIIIIAM D 8 FOR SALE KeceHftity compels me to collect nil that IsI owing to me su that I eau trny debts that I owe All who are indebted to me that do knot make settlement with me at once will find their notes or account in the hand of ttn officer fur collection I want to tell nil the rtal estate 1 own and have control of vcomd tngof two houses and lots in Campy ton six acres of land in Compton one v farm of sixty acres one and one haif wiles from Campton and tour lots in Walnut Grove Kr Will sellon aay tern J JOoliill 0 LYKLSd July 22 189Ctf Cainpton Ky Breakfast 5 to 9 n m Dinner from 1 I iY 4- 1 i jmJIr D =I Ati ftsn l non 1 x1Ctt btLJZ JLOoL The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky TM Mox1 session Begins SflDtOfQfiBr iI 1896 I Full C Jtirss Sustninodi iin Kvtry Dcpnrimont Kxponises tho Lowosl 1the Kinnost1 InBtruction Tliorou h 1 1lI Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business I j J I irJI IiiitI 11G C1 Rn JlnCilnl R NEW EJITERPRISE II- llnving soul nay Stn11c J ILave gel la into tilt BUSINESS And ask the patrnnago of the eoniiniiiiity I innko and repair all kinds of IlttrneiM mid addles and uiy prices are as low as the JOHN H PIERATT unO t AI ate AKENTUCKY UNIVERSITY O from lowest 1IDAILY HACK LINE nmvrrN o Hazel Green and Torrent I rnii FARE 100 EACH WAY luyalile in ailvanre at my nlliceiH in Hiuel taintsin1sxpnsso I I ITWO LIVERY STABLES i irlellbothstock and rigs for the accommodation of the traveling puhlicI nccollllllo1II tics COIIlcltClIIII on reasonableath1euau j thcjTAYLOR DAYIJIf nnIDINGFELDER J m ODiQsoQNortonqCoe IImporters and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Non 037 C39 and 641 went Main Street LOUISVILLE KY I J A WAITIiKEJEJj 2HC D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY ggrSurgcry and obstetrics nnpecialty A HOWARD STAMPER ATTOKNKYATLAW CAMPTON KY n thellollilogto ou cure will receive prompt attentionI W J SEITZ TVw MBERR CO JOBBERS IN J IsinulsII I 0 loiir ollegtiii Liberal Arts llilile Coot titshitsI Ientific Select courses nlloxrvil Strong 0 corpH of tiaeliors Flue t iyiuiiiiNiiiin Fees I j r i n i i t i i t I I j I r I H I R C MOST IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY WUliMSWRITE9S tVt VERSVSSFUGE FOR QO YEARS Has loci all WORM Remedial EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED HOI uv ILL urtrooiuTSt Pff rM fcr ninunnfto JIKHIINK ra HT ton THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T B QCINCCV Drawer ISO Chicago Secre tary of the STAR ACCIDENT CoMfANY for Information Iiy 10 doing you can Jih I1ccldcntalluJurlu FAT Jmulrancc FOLKSpr motnii ny a harm IraoI REDUCED rmmrrlto2nur proven brautlflp muiplMlnn Fui tlcUiu and MKletyisdln Indorm It lluiuuuiOi cured PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL cnnndpiitlallr For particulars address with swap HP ILL UK SNVDERnnrCHICjOO prAf Ixi nutt ATTORNBYATLAW CAMPTON KY p8I Collections rt speclalty T COLVIN W WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS aQrooers 1MTTERLING1 COMBS HOUSE CAMPION KY- J B HOLLON PJIOPBICTO The patronage of the traveling public Is a respectfully vomited Table the bestrand every utt nrlou to th comfort nf HMt THE HERALD FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PBIATJ Q t R r THE MESSAGE OF NIGHT I I ntnnd beneath the nlRhts wide vast Tlie awful curtains dim outrolled And know time but n tempest blast And life n thing tho hand may hold A thins the Nubian Dark may shut In his close pnlm grasp black and rude I Like dust In kernel of a nut Mid vasts of nlKlurt Intlnltude And Reason whispers Why debate A momonts thought why breathe this breath For all arc gone the low the Rroat And mighty lord of all Is Death Tea Egypt built her ruined dream And Greece know Iwautys perfect bliss Then Sclenco fannexI her taper gleam And all for this and all for this That when the free of time burned nut The earth a barren ball should roll With wrinkled winter wrap shout lad nltht eterne from tale to polo And all the dream of seers and king The pomps end mKtants of the wart The loves and vain Inmrtnlng hound Into alaclnl dust at last Ah I no such creed my soul for thee AH untie rmmth the nights wide bars They speak with loves Infinity Owls wondrotiH annuls of the stairs And something In my hmirt some Unlit Sumo splendor science cnnnol wt bjh Itoata round tho shores of this dim night Tho surn n of a mlKhtlvr day Though all the lovvti of those who love lie xnnfuheU Into empty air provedIlutThough all tho dust of those who fought- lie Mattered to the mlrfnlahfii main Xe noble lit was lived for naught Xn martyr death wa died lit vain Wtllhun W Campbell In X Y In4 p nd tint o GILXDPAH FAIJLE IIY M All ION II It SIU liT UK hud just fin l lhlll Iputting tha children to Inftl mid was tart d out iiiul dUcouragvd I It StCIItcd tO her flint they nexri acted so liadly ss alien visiting at her husbands old home where ol nil plnersshrrost- wished them U i show that they had been carefully ruined Aa she imsacd through the hAil j mi hur way to the plasma he heard Aunt Louis any Vim never woull have thought that Marguerite would M tin poor a disciplinarian Archie u11- to have so swat H tllllllOlllt Inn but she lass spoiled it with lm l training fuell Mother troths vay rejoined his father never lint Marguerite hurried on glad not to know wlMt naughty thinf Archie did of whloh his father WWI never guilty She drexv n long breath tae slit wok into n rockingchair She was so tired The thaw toddlers for the oldest was only fire were lively healthy ctlt children and bright enough to see that punishment gas not quite MI Mire tetI follow their miMlolngi u hen they tear- at grandmas a at home So between the UMUfcual indulgence and nmnI4 desire to make as 11 ute t rou t tble they managed to send inammn to Ind In tears nearly every nighti To days behavior was the xvorM yet and Marguerite acknowledged to herself that Louise must be right The trouble must be in her training What a bit tor reflection after she had tried so html to do her whole duty WI a mother Marguerite did not notice that grand Inn was In hl big red chair at titIlul of the piaxca or she would have sifrhnll less audibly hut grandpa though tip wrently lilts In hi newspaper ha1ll- hoard and bettor still hie warm fa therly heart had understood WhvJ I haven t feti mv bhhlltv aL11tRItWrDnTY01 WANT TO SIGH MK n KD T1IK WDniKS now cnrclcas Martrrvt dont you wnnt t to lice mo feed my biddies Your chickens have honIt to rout flrst to JilKlit Now Marguerite was too tlr l to carp for hens or olilokons but she voulil not dotty taiutilpti who took so much pride in his fowls So she took the 1 proffered dish of cracked corn and pro ceded to the hen sand H was pale and the chickens nine running naIl llyhijj up with clnmorou haste Qtandm vna vory methodical Jn hS trontinont of his feathered beau tIes Tin lions had their repast in troughs at one end of the hirjre yard xvhilc the chlekens were screed with dough spread1 ou boards laid at the otterend L a r Marffret vaa intniHted with tlut feeding of the IJCIIR The more delicate and interesting duty of feeding tilt chicks grandpa always reserved for himself Marguerite had soon com pleted her tnsk and returned to watch grandpa as ho carefully doled out the doughNow Margret he begun say what youre n mind to n lien IIs an intelligent bird See how knowing theta chickens look when I hold out n ladleful of dough Short there you big fellow This taint your table and grandpa waved his ladle sternly at n half grown ehlck en which was tusking quick work of the provisions of the tiny chicks lies n greedy xciimp Mnr ret and 1 have to give him n I canon bout every day lu continued to Marguerite while he marled fiirw nrdundgncthe audacious master a vigorousI till on his hack with the Indie Now you keep to your own table sir- What beauties these little dnrlingi are exclaimed Marguerite as nlie picked up n tiny chicken and gently fondled It It peeked softly at her hand and middled down with n con tid lug air 1es yes Margret returned grand Intl he aint a week old Theyre pret tiest when theyre yuungeM And that reminds me of my fable IVaps youll mill ter hear it I dont spo e its its good aa IICsops or any of then noted fellers hilt theres some truth in it and twont hurt you to hear It Jiut about now- Maraucrlto signified her desire to hear the fable ami grandpa went on You see that big sauey chicken over there thee one I whacked a minute agwrM nswiiteil with n silent ltnw11aal now he was In an early knout and he was mighty cunning when he was the elxt of that feller j on havt in your hawl just a soft bunch KKKDINO TIP HKNS of yellow and white down with the cutest little head And brightest eyes I UMH ter tell mother he vas prettlern her canary and lie wasthats n fact and a sight more interesting Uaal everybotly fell in love with that chick en Louise was MI waxyover him she wanted to paint him from life Said shed never seen such delicAteeolors in a common fowl afore and she land hits in the bout nnd tried to make him stand still while she took his picture And Mia Williams lives down In that brown house yonder she used ter come up to ter him most exery day and she was always telling what A flue handsome chicken he was and how modest not greedy and uglyl like some art and she wanted should SKH her a scttin of his mothers eggs She was sure hwa a 1 Mcially tins breed Here thtostot that irandpas voice was raised and again the ladle carne down on the naughty chicken which was this tune viciously1 I pjtccking a smaller companion There you see how I have to train hits Haul where was 1 Mrs Williams thought he was of fine brcod supplied MarsrueriteI Oh yes Shes right bout that too though shes changed her wind nov nod grandpn chuckled to himself lint thwhtft the fable part come in he continued Ivas a jitartI fellow anti grew mazinr fat and In course of nature nature mind you Margrct he lost oil nil his soft pretty lawn with lIs yellow putlme whir ahxays made me think of lrehksyril- ow J curls Inforo sot rut em oil I menu Vial n sorrier lookingchick you never saw than that critter when he was gettin his feathers Hu aint handsome now but hu was n sight lore weeks ago and no mistake Ills pretty feathers all gone and only hae ful little pinfeathers sticking out all user him Anti his tllsp sition changed too lie wn kinder otf his feed awhile anti he stopped that pretty chirp the women folks liked so well And he grew ugly In his nays Thats when Mis Williams and Louise dropped his acquaintance Mis Williams didnt want the satin of egg anti slue had considerable to say about his ugly temper Rut you see Ive raised chickens this 30 year and I didnt get scared so easy lies gut a good smart look in his rye if he has lost his soft little ways nnd ho carries his head pretty well for n young rooster Louise stokes no end of fun of that craukud voice of his but hell have a good crow on him by and by Ho Is pretty for ward always first for his dough and not over careful about crowding the younger chicks and hes rather tree I with his beak when he can get n good dab at anothers back Take him all around you might think him poor stun Mother says he aint worth rnlInllli Mis Williams says he hits inherited hail traits Shes great on heredity you know She declares I can never makn anything out of him He does give me n good deal of care I have to rap him n half dozen titers a day and I talk consldable to him rather sharp sometimes hilt Grandpa paused while lit scanned the flock carefully through his peetnolcs as IIf searching for some particular chicken Ah there the one I cant he cried Over there by the grape rock that large handsome rock with the hlg tall feathers See hUu Mnrgret Marguerite assured him tint she had foundI the master spirit of the yard tutu added No question about his he ing of superior breed Ah ah laughed grandpa youre right just right and this little trouble some rascal Is the snub breed purest blood In town and thats just the way hell look a year from now When hues strutting around next spring scratch Ing up worms for Isis flock send gallant Ily escorting his win and sweethearts Mis Williams will say Now what I want Is a rooster like that tine fellow Hut I shnll Bate n then Ii tralnln anti fccdin to do before then and Margret youll have a deal ei tnilnin stud feed in to do liefore your lays art great stalwart men good to look at sad wife for H woman to trust her henrt and life with but dont you get discouraged he entire they dont net so handsome while theyre growing as they did when they wire downy chicks with no say ti their own Theyre only pinfentherlng Dont you be pestered bywhat Louise and Mis William say They haint never had anyof their own to bring up and hatter not mind too much what mother says Its near no years shier hers were babies and slur has moat forgot how tis but its different with me Ive had the chickens all ttte tine you know and theyre bout the slam u children What do you think of my fable Margret T Why father laughed Marguerite that is just the fable I need Ill try to remember that my boys are pin feathering ami trust theyll turn out OK well as your chickens And with lightened heart and new courage she went back to the house and slept that night without a tear on her pillow Uood Housekeeping 1 tut SlIIrr On a farm in Indiana there were two cats aid in the harts each had a nest of kittens of about the saute all on upusHt sides of the haymow Out of the rats fell sick she had n little cough and wasted away till it iHcame apparent that she would not long be able to care for her family One diy the two old rats were noticed sitting on H lento in the born and the observe- was ImpresAod by something unusul hi their actions They seemed to bcah iorlieil in tit consideration of soot im portant question After this hued lasted for some time the well and strong lAt got down front the iham and going to tike nest Of her tuHicicd friend proceeded to carry the kit tons from it one by one to her own nest oi the other skit of the haymow The dying mother wateluca- every motion of her sympathetic friend until the lat kitten had been safely transferred to the home of the other family and then slur dragged herself from the IK UH went out of the lawn awl was never seen again The other eat brought up both families as one treating all alike until they were oldji enough to shift for thiMnelvi Youth V Companion Ahrriloti of llulm Social rank did not count in his esti mate of values He brok up an audl emv of titled personage4 aemhled toI enjoy ont of his rehearsals by calx lug the baboon players to perform their parts alone until the listener Mil left In disgust Now saki he Ghee fully when the last of his noble hearers had departed well go to work lie kicked the nameboard of a certain piano oil the stage because it degrade- the artist into an advertisement In I the presents of an enthusiastic audi eiue ht one loticed two laurel wreathe on the piano He picked them up lookrd at them and then kicked them under the intrument He did this Ill cause he resented the idea that mu sicians shoulil IH treated ilifferently from other men He wisheil musk to I be n manly titling He would not hie it degraded Into a matter of tatn nage no take that laurel wreath to Herr Franz Ijichner ids prrilwessor in Munich who Iis on the cnsion listjjI I he cxclmniitl to an usher I am not IloekelnttubinThe middle car contains three very curious pones which from faiu al rep sembNnccs have been calletl UIIMUS the hammer incur the nnvij nir stijHs the stirrup These three nn connect l ami by their ski the vibra tions of the ivmponum are conveyed ti i the Interior ear j Hnglish bishtgs receive In1mc 2 500 to r 10000 ant each is pnvidcd1 with a palace in which to reskie There an sold to lit considerable perquisites attached to the oRice Range bred cattle n w going to market are proof of the value of purr bred bulls QUEER DOWNEAST LOBSTERS A Run if YellnMr unit TnlkaUot Vrcaku oltnxlttt the sure ui of lUiic liars live years sago n New London fisherman visiting one of the big slat fnimed lobster pots with which the bat tons of Fishers Island sound is uneven Ily paved took therefrom a baby lobstei hi blue ns the unclouded summer fir mament It was blue from the ends ol Its waving feelers to the tips of Its brittle stud seemingly translucent claws aurt the tint was Indescribably deep deli rate and vivid It was a picture In col ors that lobster ass of the ocean in it varying moods The color of its back wns so dark anil dull that to a carries eye It seemed to be black the hue of the sea before the outbreak of n storm thence by Imperceptible gradations the bluish tint was clarllled and bright u ened ami deepened along the lobster- sides nail claws so thnt the tips of the legs tutu the feelers were of n color as tender vivid and clear as that of a wood llower or Old fnshionrd rhino or the sky on alunedny In fact It WitS so frngile looking that the fisherman suit fancied it uultht be n china and not a shell lolwter nt nilI and he brought it bums into prtj ai Mircfully ns if he was tending a moth mess kitten and showed it to nil tlu grlxxled mariners alongshore none of whom land ever seen a hint lobster be fury It was a nine days wonder in nil of tine markets In town but the blue lobster did not live so IOIR fur n day or two after it was taken t went into somebodys pot and somebody etc It blur as it wns Two yrnrs Kter n Mcond blur bolster wiis taken off the tuouth of New Uxndon harbor and later still a thinl our nil Wing chicken lob Hters and as delicately and beautifully tinted OK the liras coiner of the singular fnnly About a year ago Capt Siirt Com ttck mnrketnan of Norwich 1 t fl lag his potlll in the sound midway IM sutra the Connecticut mainland hint1 Fishers1 Island took from one n fourth blur fellow a chicken too and in hU market stall at Norwich he showed iti to nil the curious Hiple of the tow for three days Then he Lolled it inI his lunge lobster kettle and it Iturned re d in the pot liku any plebeian and ordinary lobster Meantime the Sun lead printed several stories about the hint lobsters of Flub crft Island sound and Maine offshore ilnhcrincn promptlyI reported that they too in the pst the years had bomi catching blue lolwlcra just like Ihsin gularly colored chickens from ths Nut nujf and New York state waters Ilie fore the Iteginnlng of that period tine said the most cxpcrlcncwl veteran olf 1ine Tree state fishermen had seer s eii nor heard of H freak of the kind Then the run of blues seemed to end Thnt fact by no menus implies that th ingenuity of the lobster tribe in th way of turning out freaks has been ex hnitsted Not nt all for exhibit No jI jutrit oust to hand in this saltwater stainedi old harlKir town It was a yellow lob stet about as yellow us old gold or a insigoldori an October pumpkin iin u New Kngland cornfield livery one who saw it wild at once that although nor 11 delicately ami ethereally beautiI lid it was more freakish that nay one of the celebrated slue imily Like the blues also it wa venterinut many miles outaide of New London htrhor The shell was of a height or iiige color legs claws and all and war cveiily spotteil over its entire surface with jet black The combination was fit once startling and handsome and1 the lobster attracted much attention nn account of its beauty IIobster men say that it was the lira of the tintI they have ever seen Yet a more singular and picturesque 1ly biiarre if less artistically beautiful freak lobster turned up coining iron the same down east waters just abou n week ago It was t piebahi chap with small polka tints nil about Its Lack and Ilegs ant claws so that a New Utidon expert graphically describer Iit M a leopard lobster saying thud un doubte ily it is an albino like the blue and orange lobsters corresponding to nt odequirIiris and so nnN Y Sun Prooo liar itmrtlut Cinltl- A dry process for extracting got has tn en devised the ore being subject ed to the action of a spray of mercury A with iron pix is bent into aspire I road holds at the bettor of each bendI In quantity of mcnMiry which dots not lomplctclj vloso the pasMge The ore ground firs enters this through a ioj r JHT and is 1 I Lan through by a curren Ir 1 H F- igIN I CO- Hpecia j chit Tray on liberal- spectfullj 1 Cttlll lIlr TfjE 9REAT BJJ NEss TRAIN grroni oniSlIIrjs rr rrrt A LITTLE NONSENSE = I understnd ttrhourtlIllingyou wouldnt have me sthnnd there frt utaataYonkersThe sweet girl graduate cartacrossrooIHlUIWlllI bmentnut nUtifuJlrcwltonDarling ire cried throwing nAlde all reserve doyou not know me The trirl flung herself upon lisbi somyoutI I sobbr1althoughl prtroltwhoseuI tasters put up the follOlviuk on bit i j gatehouse A rflKcUalblondo t I hluIhe replied it Is Just three big Grecic words mull t scrrcjtheCompanloDThebye newsjHipcr representative He xvo brawny enthusiasticI delegate one who seemed to be fairly bubbling over with Whatdot YoungmanI nature of my employment Im not here to WlshlngtUII j FORTUNE MAKING IN MEXICO Thrifty lnJollrlallIIr xlcUttipImj for your tulle you shay luivi v ifhont much trouble You can IUIM ihirkenj and have eggs ad lib nailtoii car grow yams and fruit and corn unlI nirorn tobacco If you wish nail ihinK of your own coffee and moke ytir nun sugar 1to I sweeten it It halIHI ni not lieI I rich you shall not put in n iinnho ruihatingNewyou will IH fat and hearty t ors grow ssingIII You will sVe it luring harwstrd fromI one Held while It Is two feet high in an justtshooting up out of the ground reman Cortex the conqueror ot Mexico was no fool when he struck for the listhmus to locate his Iig es I I hasIi 1residcnt Hlax said the other day on his tarn irons that country the Isth mus Is fertile enough to supjmrt ana presidenteroom for another vexv YorJIt A t1orIIIagricultura region it One does not wish to pnnt everything lfwe velar anti surely ilu life re mote from towns the quiet of the country and the societyof hut few of ones own race do not lontillftlln at tractive prospect for moHt nst n lkit us I must insist there Iis illdlJIHlcnldl from hunt grinding ionditions in trop heal agriculture A few ons s u 1lint A friend of mint earn here mirv years ago mirried a charming M iII girdtt has a pretty frail ami after Inftinu from ont thing to another hit on sugar and now he is in receipt of ar i ntco 1t10 a month He trlis me JfIScry IIIWIIt and that he gars to luri j net Another friend wa drift i incixxittbo I doil11Ithe hot country and xvhat it rssigst offer took the train pot lixn there explored took up a little land ami1 now after four yeaxs ecouliant soil Ins jjo sessions at less than IOOlItl He is a sugar and satire planter Another turn a surgeon xx ith n rail way practice threw up the sea utiithP scalpel and Is now snaking sugir an l 5000 a year at the same t into He ai lw is only beginning and fiat in tot years more he shall mst his suninien yachting off the New lnginiltast These are specimens They luivehad their trials and their 010 ins to over come Rut they hadI pit fertility of resource tact in handing tilt native laborers and they art uaw iimlfjendent men who need not ask of any man a dollar lioston Herald An Urn Iot The island if St Hilda is oral about ISO miles from the mninlaiul of Scot s thetIsland only came down to March 35 wi l they were but recenly received They came by the usual mode of conveyance the oeeun lso committing a letter to the waves when the wind is from the west in the IIOJM that it might reach some part of the Hebrides or the mainland I and be picked up there TM j winds do not always hull longcnoURB to carry the box across the sea in safety and wlien the wind is in the right dircc t tion the letter box nest often be car ried ashore at some inaccesbie spat where there is no one who can reach it N Y Sun I1I Mrrllrri Iunl hnirnt 1 cured Giddington of talking to IDs about his smart little boy IJow did you do it 1 i 1 told him all about the 11 summcfs cyp ricnec Chicago TribttrieIii i TilE FARMING WORLD SQUABS FOR MARK- lfoftsblr nulutlry It Ieoprrlrtud lu toUiKfiitly Coiiiltivlcil- A guccpss lii raising fcqtmlis for nmrkvi- tf icpomls first upon a suitable otc This should lie Inrjie niryI ami pro lIlt with l llentyof msts SiiHiml upon ofrhcI lvhcnt peas very little crndud corn eau snit nod Kvlltf the birds n clmncc to fly Iltlllr III U large wire inelosurc bettor still at large And third ulJoP the Stock There IIs no hotter flttit1itlon for this thou the cotninoii pipcon those with white plumage be Ill tipfeniblc because white MpinbH nil fIt rather hotter prices than col ored Such birds crossrd with runty orrijtois the runts being preferable ou account of sie will jive the brat iiosslWeKtoeK for squnb raislnif Ponbt Icfs it can be made to jKiy when a good jntrkct for the sijuabs can be found 1iiin one lpairI of old birds about sip or wen pairs of young can be raisel In n SIOMHI If there art hilt six jKiirs that will glut a pretty guard product and its these birds often bring ixcel Int priers as iniieh as three dollllJ Ii possible to be reeciud as the ineotne front n single pair of old birds lint to receive such n sum it is needful tit get n good price for the siuibs Com mon pigeotiN can be purchased almost everywhere at Li to SO cents n pair pants lire occasionally advcrtlred but would he quiteI expensive to purchase A pood jxcir of runts would lie worth robal lv SUK The sqiiab raiser hov ear should buy onlyI runt cocks null these iictd not Ibe tit best ones so thnt he probably could get them at two dol tars to three dollars IwhII S Han cock in Kami and Home THE SINGLE PEN PLAN How lo 1iit Ip o IJcalrulilylrruusiMl Iltiiltry Ilinmc Divide poultry into llodts of JJS bird nrtl have pens at least I J feet squareI for well HOIK IOtdl build la or 11ft foot wide md long enough to ncc mm idte the number of hens wanted loiitnut n walk three fret wide the length of tli house on the north silo amt have feed trough nnd water tooth in the walk and nrst boxes nextt to the walk so an riot to be obliged to go Into till tens except to rare for droppings under the roosts Place hosts over the fled trough amt screen in front to diirken tlit in Muneuhnt A room in art tad of the house st ill be convenient for gratin ovstcr slirlN road lUst coral ashes lit tit niul mattHill for setting purposes IUag a llnor by 1 1 fret about t frthmc th ground in II cnr1ur of the pea and put poultry netting around to shut hens in that until 10 sit Make the SINCMC JUV 1MAN liiiiMing uimii 1laee two comnion Knl iiuliivs in each pen Ventilation tliouM In prox ided at both trap Bud bot tom of pens In thIllt above a art roosts h dust bus e IJIII for sitting hens d nests c feed trough f unto tank g nulls Make the Kirtithnis Dr netting except 1i to 2 fort on bottom bctvue the pens1su Child in Farm nail Home Tho IIHt Kiinnty for Illniit As n remedy for bloat caused by al falfa eloter etc Dipctor Devol of Aruona considers puncturing th1 paunch front Ithe eener of the hollow in front of the hit miit1 bone the surest rtnuMly Prof llullysays a wet blnn id on the cows back iis the lcst remedy aysbloatfiats tongue out as fir as possible or ty placing a stick as arge as a wrist rankingItup hill or on a bras considerably higher than the hind feet Prevent bloat by gltin full 11of dry iod before turn ing on green clover tin n them on clover but u sew minutes at Mine till used to It anti never turn train on clover when dew or rain is on it Ifrlul roixU for Ilitiltry CountryCenUenuhia sort of chemicalI laboiatory that calms rlullshlthtDmay savory egf meat but MI exclusive dirt of nastiness might in time affect time quality of time eggs The huts too much knee however to eormie herself to tlanythhlf oflatespecial wholewtac NICE LITTLE STABLE Juat lMtz nnniicli for tin Acconuuudn lion of Than HortPH There is thrlclnrRllIthohurnlK9lIlcummodnlcd conrc drive WRy In front which tummy be Inclosed at the ends will be found utmost In unhitchlug underforhasIICIH closet shrank huge been shown ttth a window In It nut should be tend A KICK MTT1K STAUU as tight as ossible of tongued and groused boards The stairway leads up fnnn the entry to the second slum which contains a good sizeI room fur tit men to sleep in a storage room for gnus a mow for heyever the ear riage room and one for straw over the stalls TIlt lmy is thrown drawn till chute into the entry and the straw down the chute hock of the stalls See dotted lines There Is a maniiie pit ut the hack door where drainsI in the OUOINO 1IAX cemented tloor of the stnlls hrtd the liquid manure This pkm hilts hu t nun by a member of the 1 Farm lour nul stud It has been ill Ue several junrs and has procn to be very llilltls liietorv marl conxcnient FANCY BACON BRANDS A Valinitilii SncsetliU fur Ihr Ttirk Iru ilttrcr IIf I In1 UilIll the countries xxhere it is clalmeil the beat bain ih prtxluced there are factories or Nicking houses tilted with the especial objeit iniw of curing fancy brands of bacon and tits ooihi tire sold with the brand of the company and guaranteedI a certain quality Now here iin tit whole thing in a nut shell A certain creamery or eheene factory e tabltnlie a reputation for tin mannfneture of a certain grade of hut tor or cheese tad their goods find sabs just in proportion to their nh111tyOr disposition to keep the quality of the goods up lo their oxxn standard This holds good equally xith canning wtnb IbhmcntN lloiiring mills ami in fnct every Industry These bacon plants are built some times on the stock company plant by tit farmers themselves The hog suitable fur such product rare pur chased bytI person competent to de1 termine their + nluo fur such product nod the miming etc is dour under the supervision of II person likewise com petent such men kiting in the employ Other grades of meatof the company product may be packed at one of theso plants Limit none but a suitable gradu used in the manufacture of this ono branch of the industry There is nothing In time world to pre vent the organilng stock company plants among the farmers and pOle producers of till Tnited States timid es pecially In the portions where corn ia ration The en grainnot the cheapest thusiasm and thorough methods em plovcd would be entirely time measure of success in such tin undertaking Instead of waiting fur something to turn up bottle turn something mill Corn and linglumirutll- LIVE STOCK NOTES Do not keep too many dogs on the farm IX not forget to wnir the calves and yearling lum the back lot Site that the limiM do not get drenched in a sudden hover loud blood is ull right but good good flCtIl andreal ntcthodt Se success doubly sine in the raising- of hugs While here Is goo 1 pasturage Is a good time to push the growth and fat ttuingof mulesirablf inlmals hen theyarc ready to naket sell thorn if you have fences wi your farm see that theyare properly kpt up Uroken fnccs Bad tninbledo i pate are Surd IndieatihtasI of InditTercnre in the owner Keep the pigs clean and feed them nrmerlV timid theytrill not Seoul A1- 1altnuk of scours cquaN the dropping of- about oiw week of gr9th consequent la the of botto use wnyi yJ v ter iuiiltary condUlons and prevention foods t VVf BOARD AND ANCESTORS Little Morn lint and irea DlcuUy Want vii In Iliuintuit- AH the snake reporter tvut+ wending WIISIIPll1OIlChcdb with wild eyes and emaciated trace Can you tell me sir he Inquired where I Ilan thud In Houston a taniily of lowborn scrubs I dont exactlyI understand nald Itime reporterLet you how It Is saM the emaciated man I came to Houston a month ago and hunted up a bourn rug house as I cannot afford to live At a hotel I foundI a nice aristocratic looking place that suited1 me and wcnl pnrtor wit II a Koman nose I asked the price of board and sir said Highly dollars per month I fell against the door jamb with a dull thud and she sail You seem surprised sab You will please remember that I am the widow of liox Middle of Yirglniali My family vanLturrdmoney as an equivalent to advantage of my society VII1 yon have n room with a dour in it t Ill call again I said and got out of the house somehow I went to some more hoarding bouses The next lady said she was descended from Aamn Vitro on one side mud Capt Kidd on the other tin wa using the Capt Kidd side In her busl ncfis She wanted to lilrglintOPtliti- an hour for hoard mad lodging I tray gird around till over Houston and found nine wldoxvs of supreme court judges 1 relicts of governors nod generabi and S1 ruins left by happy departed colonels professors and majors who put fancy figures on the Ixticllt of licit society Boil carried victuals nlmply nF Ia side line I finally growI desperately1 hungry tad engaged n weeks board al a nice stylish mansion In tin third wlllulIlI I lying across her wrist anti the other held a pmycrhook Bad a pith of iIce hooks HhIlIlti sir WIIM an aunt ol Mnvy Crockett nail wits still In mourn ing for him Her family was one of the lust in Texas ItI Will then supper time amid I wont III to supper Supper was from 111 to T and consisted of baker bread prayer nail cold slit U 1 xviix su fatigued that I begged to IshllwlI tc lily Iuuht ininidlnttly IIfltI time I took the candle went hll1I1tIIIII room she showed me and 11 iloor quickly The room war fiirutahcd in imitation of the Alamo The walls nnd Hues wore bare and the red something like a monument henrii harderI After midnight I tilt us if I had fallen Into a prickly bush nnd lumped up and lit thccanllc I Innktd umth Ihl red nllcl then put UII my clothes and exclaimed Thermopylae had her messenger of defeat but the Alamo had a thou Hand I slipped out of tit door and heft t lit bonne Now my dear 11111111 not wealthy and I cannot afford to pay for high lincngc nod moldy1 ancestors with my hoard Corned beef goes further with mo than a coronet and when I111111 cold u matt of ariiH dues not xvarm me 1 am dosnMiite and hungry 111111I hate every body who can trace their ancestors further bick thin the late confederate reunion I want ti tlnd a hoarding hoiixo xvhoM proprietress xxasleft while an infant in a 1 ImnkotI at a livery rtahlc whoso father wns an nnnaturallc l dago from the fifth w11 rdmild whose grandfather uns never placed upon tit map I want t0 strike a loxvdoxxn scrubby piebald sit 1i501114t to outfit that never Marti of linger boxxls or greet before meals hit who cwi getup II mess of hot corn bread multi IrishI stew at regular marltet quotationv Is thug raysut11 plan in Houston V The snake reporter shook his head sadly I never heard of any ho said The boarding houses here are run by ladies who do not take hoarders to make a living they art nil trying to get a bettor rating at IJradstreetH than Holly Iiireens Then said tthe emaciated man deslsratelyII uilishnkeyouforalon- gtit1Iy11tlshingtI lt fast Ctirloim Titlilrclnth A ierman tablecloth the property of a Worcstcr I Mass vominisa osi ty It in of heavy Hhine linen creuny Iii color with a beautiful satin finish The design represents Menes trout limo life of Christ Al omit the center rare four copies IIi time last supper the cor nets have Illustrations of tIll haplNm nnd losus III tit temple and tin border represents the adontlon of tic magi1 and flight Into Kgvpt The Plottuea blur some icsemblance to medievalI tapestries ami Ire not strictly ap cttz ing fur dinner use Chicago litter Ocean In No Hunger Mrs Minks severelyreorge there h an account in the pa cr about u biiHi iss man leaving his wife nod running oft with n pretty typewriter girl Mr Minks Indeed Yes and Its the third account of the kind Ive seth this week That doesnt Interest me It does me You have n pretty type writer girl In your ofllec No we havent My partner eloped with her last weeitN Y Weekly The threticeut Uver piece weight 12373 gnilni Travel with n Friend Wio will protect you from n tioso cncrale nauHCn ludiKvalion m lurm nnd tho ulelt nCSa i ro luceil by roekinu on tho wnvc i amid RoinetlntaH by Ib Imiil traveling over tho rough beds of tho ill luld nillnmila Such n frloml U HoMotters Stomueh Hitters Oronn innnners yuchtineu conuucrvlnl and theatrical agents and tourists testify to the irotivtve potency of this etTeitlvo snfegiitud whl h eoiupicrs also rheuuiu tisia ncrvouHiiossnnd biliousness II Miss OIUrs Is one old multI who doesnt try to conical her uge Yes but she knows Its no IlC1 Wlivt Her twin brother lives with licrl Olilungo Hccoixl Firs stopped freo anti tuuttently cure No tits after lint diiyn use or Dr Kllnos rear servo lies oror otJtrlnl bottle A treatise DHlCuNilkTa Anhbt Ihllu 1u EA IIT Kortlflod Mnrlo I thounhtyour physlriiiii told von tint yon were not stroiic enough to rklo a whoelt Yes but then I went to niiotbor iloetor Clileiin Koconl NOT In 5oyenuncat htnploytAre you anntherNoIIUttblllt1tChronldo lllInlonk1Isnt the donts1 that worry mo Its tho dues Ililluilolphln Iteconl n WJrltlnw nro yon pleased with our dlschurgtdherunuhI11IfoII II Huowx Is goodshot Isnt horIerygood Wo welt pnicttciiig with our gnus nt my couutrypliuo the other day and ho hit tin hulls eye the llrst IlIlIlII Very clover Yes but ho had to puy for tho 1111111 HurporS tleokl- yItrrutrreSrrvmiit from the door Herr Mnyer Fends his compliments tumid would you plotso shout your dog as It wont 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Illililllllll IJII F n e IL H 1 Y Stnrtllno Prophecies Reprinted From a Bavarian Pap or of Forty Years Ago According to a utatcment clipped from the Topeka 1uPrctI4 In 11or5 Over forty years ago nn Old Gcrmnn hermit published in a bavarian paper in curious prophecy 1t After forrcnstlNK the HuMOAustrian und Franco Prussian ware tho death of Iopn Plus anti the Turco Itusslnn war thp death of two United States presidents by awwssination the event of Germany having three emperors In ono year and tho appaling destruction of life and proporty l y ejclones anil other terrible agencies all of which have come to puss this relentless predictor J of evil points n dark future particularly for thI United Slates Mark his predictions There in to IKS a change in the economic conditions of ulmostI every civilized nation The growth of n democratic spirit in England will result in a revolution overthrowing the present form of govern meat and establishing n republic The lust reigning monarch of Great Britain will bo the best the country ever had and tho first president of the new nation will bo one of tho royal family Queen Victoria is by large odds the best ruler England ever knew and the Prince of Wales has said in public speeches he hoped to live toI see England republic I CIA an outgrowth of Tnrkish persecution of Christian subjects Russia France and Italy will combine in a war I against Turkey this triple alliance conquering sold dijj Tiding among themselves the sultans domain At the expiration of this war complications will arise plunging Jlussia into war with Italy and France in which the former will he victorious and the other two cease to exist as independent nations While thin war is in progress the pope will change papal headquarters to some point in southern Ireland n rebellion will speedily follow and Ireland become independent of England A conflict will then arise between tho ultra Catholics of the south of Ireland and the ultra 1rotcAtnntn of the north tho former being tho victors when a kingdom will be established and the reign of tho first potentate become historic for its tyranny On thin side of the Atlantic the closing years of the nineteenth century and tho opening of the twentieth willI witness unparalleled seismic disturbances tho IhoclcI of which will be felt in almost every city on tho contii s cent destroying millions of lives anti thousands of mill ions of dollars worth of property Cuba will break in two nearly all the western JlorI lInn including half of the city of Havana forever abut crated by the encroaching waters New York and many rather cities on both const will be submerged while Flor ids nod Lower California will stifllr total extinction I t Due mainlyI to economic and mini conditions a fculI t in of unrest will overcome the people and the twenty HUh president will ho the last executive lend tlf the United States During his administration the discon tented masses will break into open rebellion overthrow bag the present form of government Tho Tinted States will bo rent asunder anarchy will prevail for a year n two and when order I5s once moro brought out of chaosI there will bocix republics erected with capitals nt Hos ton Washington New Orleans St LouisJ Denver mill j tan Francisco + Just why this venerable Teutonic seer left Chicago OUtIl I i iofthe deal is not explained Should iris predictions of I i coming events prove as accurate as those which hl1cIj i w been verified the future is pregnant with ninny awful1 calamities aunt they scow to be uncomfortably near at haul lint there is a faint gleam of hope that CortuI natcly for this part of till earths crust he zany have 1i alflippcla cog HO to speakutlt1cltevernlifi from jj1which to draw consolation If by the twentyfifth president Ill meant prcsidonj tin I terms the present ono is the twentyseventh cone quently the country has passed safely beyond tliiitj threatened disaster If ho based his calculations upon twentylive incumbents there have been by accidentalI nail self Miccesfion already twentyfive presidents in I cluding the one sitting and wo have barely escaped l tint dreadful catastrophe If ho referred to different indllc1ulll1lllctcdIIl1pre8illlIItll only nineteen have l0I been chosen which postpones that disruption occurrence at least a quarter of a century and in that length of i time much good may bo accomplished by wino legislation Following along this line of thought those given tol tracing coincidences hold up tho result of their cipher ing lo provo that beginning with the revolutionary war there has not been n period of more than thirt i I years of uninterrupted pence in this country that thirtysix years ago the Democratic party became hope lessly divided slavery being tho issue ono wing nomi nating as candidate for president John C Mreckenridge then scarcely more than thirty six years of age winos defeat was followed by civil war that thirtysix years I later this samo party once moro rent in twain has againII put forward a candidate Win J Bryan just thirtysixciij years of age amiwill tho parallels be maintained totI IIhiHlOrIropeatleast teal the outcome is being watched with no slight interest i but it w no part of patriotism or prudence to ji jump to tho conclusion that this groat American nation in plunging headlong to the demnition bow wows without hindrance merely because somo antiquated1II soothsayer imagines it or because certain cyclic happen ings agree Neither is it wino to be lulled into fancied1 security How many of those still Iliving who took partli in tho tumultuous scenes of null lung syne ever dreamedI in tho Hummer of IStlU what tho noxt decade would reveal Y Human firebrands are circulating as industriously II now as then and while it may not como anuss to rely Providence it would be well to remember also that upon eternal vigilance is the prico of liberty and bear Ii t I in mind that homely but wholesome admonition Trust in God but keep your powder dry C W N j I j Great salts provo the great merit of Hoods Sarsapa ruin and great merit enables it to accomplish wonder 1fulIf you want to keep posted in what is going on in the tfCtlJ KilSCriJtf for Tiu llEiuiip Only 1 n year 4 tfI s sv i a rz Seventh Annuul Exhibition I d OF THE 3s I hazel reen Faire- t I TSSO IJTINI their Grounds in Hazel Green Ky on i AUGUST 25 26 27 and 281896 N P720GRAMIFIRST DAYMorning IiIBest lack Lamb 250 IIIBest Evo Lamb 2O2 f0Best Buck any ngo Best 1C wo guts age 2 fill Most Boar any age 2 f0 s- i 2 50Sow any ngo iiiBoat Hull or Steer Calf under ono year 5 no Host Bull any ago 0 to first 1 to second 10 00 Host Cow any age fii to first j 1 to second 10 00 Host Pair of Cattle any age f to 1st I to 2d 10 00 FIRST DAYAfternoon horseIiI1 first 1 to secondand 2 to third luKKX l ILJolnct or trot purse l75 milo boats 2 in i 11I to first 20 to second = 10 to third PONY1 UACK 1lJI bundsI and undor runningI half milo riheat 2 in 33 t purse 25 15 to first bIO to second 5550 to tbird SECOND YIwIorningi 1 lieBest Staking Male tI1iI tIl1sl 11 to 2e1 FIO 00 Bst Mule any ago 05 to 1 to 2d1 10 00 11Hlsl luck any age 1 to 1st i 1 to 2d 10 00 licit Harness Stallion any ngFi to 1st 11I to 2d 10 00 IIBpsl Saddle Stallion any ng Ij to 1st N to 2d 10 00 1111BlsL Mnro or Oldirg anyago Ij to 1st i11 to 2d 10 00 last Brood Maro and 1 colt lU to 1st 1 1 to 2d10 00 Sluhllalttrror Holding any ago k05 to first IiRest1 f 1 In srotul 10 00 A ASECOND DAY Afternoon HII ltt K OIKX TO 1111 Vomn Milo boats 2 in 55 IiIpars1 310 Ii 1251 to first 115 to second JO to third HilT on 112 years and ands a half milo hauls 2 in 55 pars I15 to first i 1 to second 2 to third iII MriK IhnHul1Iling bolt mill heats 2 in 55 pars iilOj l750 to frat 250 to second THIRD YMorning Iitt Host HorseI any ago barness or saddle 10 to first tit1 to second 10 00 lll Best Mare1 any age harness or saddlo = 15 to first t I to second 10 00 11 1 Host Boldingi any ago hll mess or saddlo f0 to first I to second 10 00 00xRest Gentleman Equestriant 0 to 1st H to 2d 10 00 Rust Lady Kquostrienno ill to 1st l to 2d 10 00 THIRD DAY Afternoon BHYCLK HAnHlltr milt haute 2 in 5H purso 115 110 to first r5 to ascend 2510 TIOT IllIX TO TIII 11otttn11i1e heals 2 in JJ 200 125 to firstt 1 15 to second jiO to third iiIpurse TKPT Titornxr MnK Harness half milo heals 111 2 in Jt purse 15 10 to firstt5 to second tl POTATO lLII100 potatoes placed in a line ono IIIfoot apart purse 110 1 5 to first 55 to socond 2 to I Iti FOURTH YnIorning 1 Bctt Iur Mule any ago single ownership l3 to 1 to second i 10 00 111Illsl1 I I 1Nocrtrr Itt vhalf mina beats 2 in a purse y 15 lint balf trot rack or paco second half anti run iiIwalk linlf 0 to first 1 to lcomlI 2 to third 44FHJI KoKAi KVNNMNO HIElInlf milo hat = 2 purse 50 BO to lint 1250 to second 750 ttll IIIthirdi J X ML f President FOURTH DAYAfternoon 11 t- 280itOT on PACK Orra rttt WOULD Milo heats iIIthirdCONSOLATION Pntsi rou UKATKN Ho sKr Harness milo boats in purso j00 to first 2250 to socond 1250 to third IiI ItAnivu TAD ItiNuKor till most comical turn dilupillationconsidered 111TOIHXto third condition to bo published FLORAL HALL ItaAIIi I I Exhibits cu not ronVOj from tlw hull until thl lust day The Judges fur all field and garden prod nets will bo gentlemen for all other products this Judges will bo ladies Two Judges concurring awards 111 tho premium II IiINicostNicest and neatest made Calico Quilt 00 III1lnndsontostHandsomest Pillow Shams 00 Largest and best Watermelon 00 Largest and host Cantaloupo uo IiI 111Largesty A Largest haul best Korsbaw oo Largest and best Tomatoes one Boron 00 Largest lull best rapes one doen bunches iPILargaLargest and heat HedIor Yellow Corn half busbol 00 Largest and best Wheat half bushel 00 IIILargestLargest and best IiilIutt 21 beads 00 IILargest und host Apples half bushel 00 Largest and host Onions half hushol 00 Largest al1ellbest Sweet Potatoes half bushel 00 Largest and host Irish Potatoes half bushel 00 111 IiIBestSashBost Loaf of Light road 00 Best White Cake 911 IIIBestBest Cake of Butter ono pound 00 11 Ono stand Apple Preserves 00 iIIOnoOno stand Raspberry Preserves 00 1 One stand Apple Jelly 00 iIIOnoAAOnoOno stand Sweet Pickles 00 Ono gallon Apple Butter 00 Lt1 and host Cane half dozon stalks 00 ILargosi I 4Lalgost4 I I Handsomest Boy Baby under your 00 Handsomest Jirl BuhYIunder year 00 The of tho Bu will ho mounted wlun IIithoIII IThrtIIc jf govern nil racing and also tit manner of making entries NO Charge for Floral Ha11 Exhibits Send for latH IIIlogu and othor information III 1 11itJ I j AL I I I l I t TO i H 5 j 55 t j I j r i2 j EXHIBITS I I or 0 1 j 55 2 2 1 1 i 2 t 2 f5 L o I 1 1 I 2 2I 2 2 2 2 2 It U 2 H I 2 2 2 2 t i 0 2 1 2 t 2 l 1 5 1 5 J 1 f II 1 1 11 ii XiIJS =It flIE11 1 II J v sed t ryIIIj IIJ