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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r TIlE r Y J- I HAZELI i GREEN HERALD 5 O Established Yr March 4 1885 oTMath Famous In the Story Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell o I IItNDIII COOPER Owner and Editor a OfnXoUy World With News l+ rom AH Nations Lumb i rlnK at lilt Muck a ti100 A YEAR Always In Advance TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 20 1800 NUMBER 21 I INo Cripe1IJItD T u take Hoods Pills Tuu bf old fash jeIfd luprcoted pllb which tear you nil to tlteej are not In It with Hoods Easy to toko HoodsPills which nro 14eur In every respect In anti sure All fcagfbU 2IC C I Hood Co Lowell Mass Tht only rills to take with Hoods Harsaparllla Lexington and Eastern Railway r till6 Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No3 No L STATIONS DailySundays Diary ex Letinglon10 00 urn u 60 pin 4 35 pin AonItn Iun 0 24 JIm 3 55 pm Winchester 9 10 nut 0 03 pm 2 25 pin Valriler 8 M am 5 Ii inn 2 00 1111 hdUn Flds 8 37 am 5 31 pin 1 10 pm Clay City 8 19 urn 5 12 put 11 40 nm Stanton r 10 am 5 02 pm 11 20 am union 65 am 4 47 pm 10 48 am Dundee 1H 43 nm 4 32 pin 10 17 nm Xtt Bridge 33 am 4 27 pm 10 07 nm Torrent 24 HIII 4 14 pm 9 35 nm B ttyve Jc17 03 nm 5 t2 pm 8 25 nm Three Fks C Ii5 51 nm 31 42I pm 8 00 urn Athol I 32 nm 31 21 pm 7 18 am Elkatawa 1II U9 nrn 2 ltS IIIl 610 tau jjckjon rrr I 00 nm 2 f0 pin 0 10 am EAST BOUND I I No 4I No 0 STATIONS IISundays Daily ex I I only SundayI IIILexington 220 Ili am G 30 am Avon t 2 47 IntlS ll nun 7 OS nm Winchester t 07 jim R 40 am S 10 am FairiteI 21I 51l am S 61 am Indian Flds 31 37 pmtJI 10 nm UI 21 am Clay City 3r5 i 28 am 11 15 nut Stanton 41 Oi pulp I 3SI am 12 10 prrl Fihonr 41 is jim I ftl am 12 41 Dandcor 4I 32 pm 10 of am 1 l15 JlIIII JfotKrldge 41 Ii inn 10 12 lUll 1 126 Torrent 151I JlIIIIIf 27 nm 2 1If JIll I Btattyve Jc 5 K pin 10 51llllll tt 05 put 5 21fi l11 01I am i3 2i JimThrecFksCAthol pall 1 1111ElkatnwR1i Jackson 02t pm I11 IiI run 5 20 pm NOD 1 ami 2 arrive end depart from e it 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight traIns arrive and depart ffrom Nothorlantl J D L1iNGSTON Vice Prey and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT Uen Puss Agent THIS WATCH IP guaranteed same ns our 1100O WATCHES nndkC THE PRICEs 250 This i ropsentodjt ro solid niekol1 silver case Steal duplexesnpomrn Scud iji your ortorg or call and see us when you como to Loxiugton HeintztManufacturing Jeweler I Jttt Government Building Lexington t e SENTENCED In FourAmet j The goMone atthe111 I yetIseventythreeTo serve with the poor and distressed And here you appear in the household with me- Whose blood is abroadSAnd serve the elite of the land No workman who curries n pick or a hod Soils me with n foil begrimed hand While you are not welcome where fashion hohlIn And dont go to Europe at all So with the poor working class youll have to stay The rich folks dont want you to call The poor silver dollar retorted withscorn II Tis true Im the working mans friend Ive faithfully served him eer since I was born And faithfully will to the end Ive fed and clothed millions and built hap py homeIIm welcome in workshop or mill And when the great cm of tree coinage comes The workingmens pockets Ill fill I dont run to Europe at every small breeze Deserting the land of my birth hit circulate freely wherever I please And stay in the best land on earth You bring to your classes silks laces and wlncH And1 trample the poor on the street While I serve the masses on different linen bud bring them their clothes bread and meat Did You Ever Make Money Easy Mil EllTolt1I have read how Mr C E It made so much money in the Dish NVnshcr business mid think I have heat hint 1sun very young yet and have hadI little experience in nut have made over eight hundreddal tars ill ten weeks selling Dish Washers It is limpwOIIIIIrlllllw oasv it iis toI yell them All you have to do is to show the ladies how they work fined they can not help lint buyone For the benefit of others I will state that I got my start from the Mound City Dishwasher Co St Louis Mo Write to them lord they will send you full Iparticulars I think I can clear over x3000 the corning year and I am nut going to let tho opportunity pass Try it and pubslish your success for the others1rF C THE NOTIFICATIONS Presented to Messrs Bryan and Sewall i at Madison Square Garden Tho ollicinl notificationsi handed to Messrs Hryan and Sewall read as follows Hon bh11J Bryan of Nebraska The National Democratic convention which convened in Chicago on July 7 nomina ted you for the presidency of the United States nod we as members of the notifi j cation committee appointed by that con vention are here to officially inform you of tho action thus taken Thooircumstancesattcndingyour nom ination can not but afford you unqualified satisfaction nnd must inspire enthtiHiasm throughout our country You were sc jj- lectcd by no clique nor were your chosen as the result of any questionable comb is nation Those who nominated you were lawabiding determined and honest rep rcaontntivc of their countrymen nnd preferred you because of your exalted integrity patriotism and ability You are ripo in experience and judgment in j the prime of manhood and enjoy thehj mental and physical characteristics cs sential to tho great work which you have been required to undertake You havo been tried in public station You have always done your entire duty While you are n Democrat and have during your political career been an ar dent advocate of Democratic principles you nro now the official head of tho or ganization comprising not onlyI those been Democrats butwho have hitherto also including within its membership numerous other patriotic Americans who have abandoned thcirformer partisanship finding in our platform and candidates at policy and lendership adequate to save tho republic from impending dangers The profound satisfaction which wo experience at your candidacy is of minor importance when considered with tho knowledge that your election means the maintenance of an honest government administered for the benefit of all and controlled only by intelligence conscicn J tiously directed Tho conflict now upon us has been for years been foreshadowed Its importance r can not be questioned The prevalence within party lines of vitally divergent views especially upon financial hsuc has long been apparent Tho vain hope has been indulged that fortuitous circumstances would develop conditions tendering definite action un necessary Unmeaning platforms words susceptible of interpretation according to the preferences of tho speaker or the auditor politicalSupposed expediency has prevented the use of plain and positive language until political duplicity has excited uni vernal distrust In this campaign the Republican party pledges its adherents to the goldstandard and commits the destiny of the United States to the keeping of foreign financial syndicates and their agents here and- re tS confident In the belief that the sor did selfishness hwhich it is controlled can not bo overcome Its platform ad mils the evils ofu gold standard but confesses the party inability to afford relief and announces supine submission to a policy which It pretends to condemn Patriotic courage is more than a remi niscence The Democratic party declines tho unmanly suggestion that the people l of the United States can not escape op pression save at the will of the oppressor Its declaration of principles not only evinces faith in the bimetallism of the constitution but proclaims that this government is competent to declare and maintain its own tulles without reference to the caprices or wishes of duty other power It denounces as unAmerican i the theory that we are not independent in matters financial and contends that there can not be any freedom hero if fiscal policies are to bo dictated from broad To doubt your election is to doubt the manhood of our electors j to concede that the producers of the United States those who toil those who add to the wealth of the land will vote to per petuato oilier dominance is to tiroII in the loco of conclusive proof to contrary ignorance surd degradation We are convinced that victory awaits the people and their just cause and as ure you of tho earnest support of an overwhelming majority of your fellow citizens lion Arthur Sewallof Maine you were nominated by tho National Demo cratic convention which assembled In Chicago on July 7 for vice president of tho United States and the notification committee appointed by tho convention I is hero to apprise you of such nomination Thus honor was conferred upon you not merely in acknowledgement of admitted personal worth but because you also I possess in u marked degree the specific qualities essential to the proper discharge of the responsibilities which you will he called upon to assume In this season of candid expression of unequivocal avowal no more appropriate choice could have been made Your sympathy with the principles announced in our platform 1- not of recent date You have proven your fealty to Democracy under trying conditions Residing in a community intensely Republican with no hope of political preferment and asking no favors from an adverse dominantl majority you have loyally sustained your position and have never hesitated to profess tho docr trines of n faithful Democrat Upon the absorbing financial issue as presented by our convention you have been sound when tho hour of triumph seemed remote and when arrogant money changers throughout tho world boasted that tho conquest of tho American masses wits complete In thus informing you of tho convon N lions act ion wo take occasion to assure you that we do not doubt that you will in public station utilize your abilities and energies in tho effective mid upright manner which has attended your exerc ions in private station Think It Over Have you ever heard of n medicine i with such ft record of cures as Hoods Sl1rIIlrarllln t Dont amt know that I Hoods Sarsaparilln tho Ono True Blood IIgninithntother renrodiosfall Uyou hare impure blood you rosy take Hoods Sarsaparilla with tho utmost confidence that It willM do you good hoods Pills assist digestion 25 cents I Dots Gogall MMe CO a I KY l J Kccpii a full line of MN lt JJn1II1 Spectacles U A TICKLES YOU- rstiIBrwrRELIEf f etc SUILL GOOD TATC GOOD II MBXHOrai sfIKOP IIII I JeMa PRACTICALrml Jeweler and HAZEL GREEN Bfi il Watches Jewelry Fine Watches and Gold Syootaolos a t Specialty anythinginFine Silverware see ust We save you big money I l i i I rwTiIvT1 11 sT rPY=i1TYiT vI w I r r w I r rw r w w r w ir arA W v rV bLd iti i Illi i IJ D I1fC lF i ana NotIOnsE 1 1 OE0JilhllinerM f1f jfJ 1 Hazel Croon Ky JI I also kepI n full lino of tJJJ hJ MRS LOU DAY Proprietress OJ Millinory Notions Dross r iJlItiJ nml rates renMJiinble o public iH invited and It1 BSTPierntta Livery in o o patronago solicited 1 I11il1 nrrmvii-mn 11 Q tlk J J 111 81h I 1 =n TiIT i n1 = = = rwwiwwr wwwrllllJrwwwr = v = THE J T DAYI I ROLLER MILL I now have my Roller Mill In first clanIorder and guarantee ait good lour in can iI JIIOdllwhclltI IInilI in the stoic positively t or grind any or musty wheat as it would work to the disadvantage of the mills I well as those who furnish good wheat I will suite that I nm thu solo proprietor of the mill mill I will thank nny patron of the mill to report to me any cause of con plaint they may Imvc from any employe of the mill nUll I guarantee to nil just liberalclnhnswith the people and trust they will favor me with their patronage ns I foul this Is mi J enterprise for the good of the entire com munity Thanking the people for their liberal pat I am very resjieetfully J T DAY- s Wincnester1 C Dank WINCHESTER KY II WITHEHSPOON President It HUNTER Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer farmers traders nnd busIncM Went Kellern Iy throughout Rnstont KOlltuckYI and offer Its customers every facility nnd the most liberal terms within tho limits olI legitimate banking octlSly 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everything thats used in life tells you what you ought te pay whether you buy of us or not One profit from maker to user Oath MONTGOMERY WARD CO OrlitlnilorioMhe Mall Ordcr Method 111116 Michigan Ave Chicago I H Ilr MAUPINcS vrmi REED PEEBLES OO I WHOLESALE DRY GOODSf 6 NOTIONS c coPOETSSIOUTEIi OHIO w k 4T-J r il oj C Ii 1 n 4 f3 St P T G THE HERALD BPESCER COOPER PublUnaro- CiIA7la I OPEKN t t KY I THE CINCINNATIII i8malte t Hat MoU Ilitlnculhoil of the K olutlonnry Order The other day there wus held In Phil idclphln n meeting of the Society of the Ciritijnnntl When tho struggle for Independence hftdcorne to n find conclusion nnd Lord Cornvallls hind handed over his wordjj the time come for tho disbanding of the Continental army lei Vnnhiig ton At thin particular time hnd ltle hindIquarters nt the old Yerplanek mansion ticnr KlBhhnionthoIIudsotij Tho o1Uc curs of tho nrmy there most of thlnfI orlRtocratlu gentlemen who hAl JllthINed together from the various colonies They had formed many pleasant ac qualn titnccs tut well nil warm friend s11IpKlnI ramp and field and when ItII win itgRtld that thcsulx perpetuated I by the formation ofo iKrmanent or ganization the protect met with wnrmIapproval Accordingly on slay 11 J 183I n meeting With called Itnron Steubcn who wax lnK ector gewrtil of till army presided Jon Knox that doughty old patriot rend n paper which he hnd pre pored and which was adopted os the original constitution Ill llrl 1 It t 11 IGNORANCE OF MKINLEY The Repuhllriin Xomlnea ilae No Knowl edge of Klhauclerinir MuKlnltytt admire made haste 16 give him an nfportunOy to molt some remarks regirdln the Coliseum r n1nilwhich he Is addicted The CcllKcmn crowd hind just coat pleted its unique job by nominntingibe Maine protectionist Ail nrmind monop oust and IKHOUI friend of ScnutorrInail the lute Mr mnlnc h club drir up before thcTknttfn foallhouse and elicited nVtimely speech from tilt occupant of thnt shrine After uttering undry words in very Kpfcinn ind mprrvsive style about a Mrtiggle grentcrthan thatof the einlhI wnr n Mrugglo th ptvs rve the honor of the government n contest in whch HJtriotimi 5 jlfnllnl jiarty and nationhl honor If fdearer then any Iparty name the great orndlw went on to xny The mrr niy ami crwllt of the govern morit are Root now and must ito kept Reed forever Dnr trouble IIn not with thcf butswiththe limn currnnfy thut wo hnd In hf2 Rood the world over antI unqitculloncU by uny cople f r Here t+ u hive the sonic fgnorifhcc oft economl prineipleH the some ignoring of notorious nets font have character red nil of MeKlnlcyH uiteraneeti on tie oorrcney qticsMon The republican candidate is linnlilo to MR HANNAS PROFITS McKlnley Manager tnt 1all on the TriMtn The Philadelphia Press recently com plained because the new Iron ore poo1 hind Increased the price of ore by IS per cent without increasing the wages of the mine workmen This cnthusiastc supporterof MrI McKinh y and Urllnneta wu pointing out that the tariff duties on Iron and steel products were in din get because of the number and the eXI1C itions of the combinations recent l formed In the Iron and steel Indust- the various Iron and steel trades + Laid our McKinLy contemporary 1 which are raising prices by combina tion may find themselves stripped of nil protection 11 e quote also the follow d The Iron ore comblnnton has advanced prices and not wages It InI unjustifiable Tfin steel billet combination like that I ore by mining prices has affected branches of steel manufacture ft has oil ed to the cost of the farmers steel wire The prices of a Ions list of articles to the consumer will bo advanced by Its action slut the Press trust know that 1 Knnna n ho organized the Iron ore po IIi needed tnoiiiy for the expenses of 1 McKlnleyB canvass Mr Hanna is t president of the Chopin Iron company kWlilch owns the great Chapin nli This mine stands second on the list of ore producers and its output last ye was Vft000 tons The pool advanced prices on the basis of an increase from aHO to 1 per ton for Hassemcr ortLtM i f 1 I 1 AN ANCIENT SCHOOLBOOK The Janus of Co men I im One of the lta+ C Kvcr written One of the most successful sclicol hOOkS ever written is referred to In JKvelyns diary v+ here he says his d + rr son IMelinrd vho dlwl in January lfiv had before his fifth year mode a con sidcrable progress In JomcninsJanun Ibis hook tango Linguarum Itcs erata was published by John Amos Comcnbis in lbll It wan an introduction to the the study ryof Latin and llayle said of it that hid Coinenirs written no other book he would have rndered himself immortal It was translated Into 12 Kuropitin languages and was really the gate through which our aicestors of the 17th and isth centuries entered into Latin litcratire In every Kuropean country generations of children thumbed fie thyelTerence and Plant tin and for years after IIts publication the nuneof Conitn luxthc Liitlnlrcl form of Komensky IrWIIM fatulllar in every schoolroom IldIrIIIheIWiO anr new were i at Prague III Twit in ierman anil Cech In ItISiI The chief work of this great school reformer of the 17th century i as nrjllloot been published in Knglish for the flrit tine under the title of Theiriat Didactic of John shies Comenlus with biographical mid historical introdnc i i n iI I Best 3 Y iIthebloodl b bti4Ct I i HoodsSarsaparilla Fv- i In the One Truo Mood turinnr All titaislHt i i Hoods Pllin euro nd Liver 111ht14 5 j JUST REVERSED How midget twentIntprprotnl the tii i rarlI may U1W1 benefit at the panels husrecc of Ii eL1 ed couple lo o nil patience with her but sho lirjvsucli a senstj of hmorlC1Jdr w lhaIt flt11lJytoii1 givenhershe wasted It upon n largo photograph berias didalso lab wife and for sonic t into Jlrldget themIt i V 6 jBBAUTiifUL1 PICTURE Of the Chrlsllan Parent After a Long Life of Duty Done t pond That hock tin Cradle andlJI jf aiMM ilI thllil Klr t Step Wields a IL jllghty Tower for Futiirn flood ur YrllDr Talmacei Sermonii ttDrI Talrnngo took for his text last Tf gandttj 1 Slim 11 19 Moreover his B0thcr made him fromtyeartoyeartthought it to him f beosho came up with her husband to to offer tho yearly sacriflccuThe storks of Deborah and Abigail tf ere very apt to discourage u womans soulI SIll says within herself It Iis jmpossblo that I over achieve any such grandeur of character and 1 dolt Jjcan to tryus though a child should refuse to play the eight notes because ibeeani not execute a William Toll Ibis Hannah of the text differs from t the persons I just named Sic was an ordinaryIn4 clrcumstammces ulll yet Ly oxtrllonll J nary piety standing out before nil the- ages to come tho model Christian j mother Hannah was the wife of El tt kanfth who was a person very touch Jilce herself unroinnntlo and plain never having fought n battle or boon k the subject of u marvelous escape Neither of them would have boon f1cancil a genies Just what you and I i might be that was Klkanah and linn nah The brightest tints in all the his tory of that fatuity was the birth of Samuel Although no star ran along the heavens pointing down to his birthplace I thinlc the angels of God stopped at tho coming of so 1 wonderful a prophet As Samuel had been given in answer to prayer El kannh and all his family save Hannah started up to Hiiloh to otter sacrifices of thanksgiving The cradle where tho child slept was altar enough for Hannahs great frl heart but when the boy was old enough she tools him to Shiloh and tools three bullocks and an ephah of flour and a ljttlo of wine and made offering of sacrifice unto tho Lord and there according to a previous vow she left him for thou i he was to stay all the shays of his life and minister in this sanctuary fears rolled on and every year Han nah made with her own hand a gar went for Samuel anti took it over to him The ltd would have got along well without that garment for IIsup I1 pose ho was well clad by the ministry of the temple but Hanna could not be contented unless she was all the time doing something for her darling boy Moreover his mother made him a little coat and brought it to him from year to year when she came up with her husband to otter the yearly sacri flee Hannah stands before you then to day in the first place as an industri ous mother There was no need that sho work Elkunnh her husband was far from poor He belonged to allis tinguished family for the Iihle tuBs us that he was the son of leroham the sun of Elihu the sot of Tohu t Son of lupli Who were they you say I do not know but they were distinguished people no doubt or their names would not have been mentioned Hannah might have seated herself in her family and with folded arms and disheveled hair read novels from year to year if there had been any to rend but when I sue her making that garment and taking it over to Samuel I know she Is Industrious from principle as well as from pleasure 1 iod would not have another r become a drudge or a slave lie would have her employ till the helps possible in tho roaring of her children Hut Hannah ought never to ho ashamed toI bo found making a coat for Samuel Most mothers need no counsel in this direction The wrinkles on their brow the ipallor on their chine the thimble mark on their finger attest that they are faithful in their maternal duties The bloom and the brightness mid the vivacity of girlhood have given place to the grander dignityI mind usefulness and industryof motherhood Itut there is a heathenish idea getting n1rolllln some of the families of Amer icans there arts mothers who banish themselves from the home circle For thrcc fourths of then maternal duties they prove themselves incompetent They nnlignorant of Whet their chil droll wear what their children nut and what their children read They in trust to irresponsible persons these young immortals and allow them to be under influences which may cripple their bodies or taint their purity or spoil their manners or destroy their souls From the awkward cut of Sam uels coat you know his mother Han nah did not make It Out from under flaming chandeliers and off from Im ported carpets and down the granite hairs there is coming a great crowdof children in this day untrained saucy Incompetent for nil tho practical duties of life ready to be caught in tar first whirl of crime and cnsuality Indolent and unfaithful mothers ivlll make indolent and un faithful children You can not expect neatness and order in any house where the daughters sea nothing hnt slat ternliness and upsldedownatlvcncss in their parents Let Hannah bo idle fand most certainly Samuel will grow bp Idle Who are tho Industrious aen In all our occupations and professions Who nro they roan taging tho merchandise of tho tearld building the walls tinning tho rootaWelv1n the carpet maU tog the I lawn governing tho nations rnl11r1Dill I tho earth to quake and roarandgigantloenterprises themostt Industri hometitflflMyarnand theirownandplaitflagtheirI andtimedayninetyninecame from nncestryofhomespun And ltghtastempCation j ofIII pohitlealtimetuwernmen of low wink and filthy chuckle I and brass breastpin and rotten associa tinny camefrontFor time I theI fromimousui every hcllevIIlIgshoes to keep tho devil out of tho churn and IIa godless life setting the hullrimeof Alfred this Great and of Isaac New ton and ofSt Augustine and of Kith ard Cccil and President Edwards for time most part were industrious hardworking mothers Nuts while I congratulate nil Christian mothers upon the wealth and modern science which may afford them nil kinds of help let me say that every mother ought to be observant of her childrens willie her childrens behavior liner chil drens fund her childrens books her childrens companionships However much Hannah may have I think she ought every yeti at least make one garment for Samuel The Lord have ineicy on the men who is so unfortunate as to have hind a lazy mother Agnin Hannah stands before you today as an illtl1ilItlllothlr From tho way in which she talked in this chapter and from the wny in which shin managed this boy you know she was intelligent There are no persons in a cotneimutitysyhmuI nerd to be s o wise and wellinformed as mothers O this work of culturing children for this world and lime next This chili is timid andI it must be rOIl Ill up meld pushed out into ac tivities this child is forward and he must be heM lintels and tamed down Into modesty and politeness Rewards for one punishments for another That which will iiTirkc corge and ruin ilohn TIll roil is nccessa in one dose while a frown of displeasure is more than enough in another Whip ping and a dark closet do not exhaust mill time rounds of domestic ills cipline There have been children who have grown up land gone to glory without ewer having their ears boxed 0 how much care and intelli genre is necessary in the rearing of children lut in this dayWhen there are so many books on this subject no gllorantII would 1I0tllu so many dyspeptic stomachs and weak nerves end in naive livers among their children If patents knew immureof physiology there would not be so many curved spines and cramped chests and inflamed throats and diseased lungs as there are among children If parents knew morn of art and were in sympathy with all that Is beautiful there would not he so many children coming out in time world with boorish proclivticsIf pareutshrisn- i0rofChrustamulprnctlcetim moreof IbisI religion there would not be so many little feet already starting on time wrong road and all around us voices of riot and blasphemy would not come up with such ecstacy of infernal triumph The eaglets In time eyrie have no ad vantage over the eaglets of a thousand ynrs ago the kids have no superior swayof climbing up the rocks than time old goats taught them hundreds of years ago this whelps know no more now than did time whelps of ages ago they uro taught no more by time lions of tutu desert lot it is a shame that In tills dutywhin there trio so many opportunities of improving our solves in the best manner of culturing children that so often there is no more advancement in this respect then there has been among tIle kids and the eag lets and tin whelps Again Hannah stands before you today as a Christian mother From leer pravers and tho way situ consecrated her boy to Sod I know site was good A smother may live the finest culture surroundings hut tho most brilliant siteI IIs not tit for her duties unless site ho a Christian mother1 There may ho wellread libraries In tho house nnd exquisite music in time parlor nnd the canvas of the best artist adorning thu walls and time wardrobe ho crowed with tasteful apparel and tho children bo wonderful for their attainments and make the house ring with laughter and innocent mirth but there is something wofuly lacking In Ihnt house HIt 1Jo notaUotho residence lmrlstlan mthcr I bless God of a that there nro not many prllerlc511 moth greatthattheyfcctime need of a Is so voicedivinesnd adivine hand to help command anti n divine heartto sym to thlz1holHillJJlIs of mothers have bybeeDlhundreds of mothers today There are have been Chrlstlnnsworld not had who It not Wen for the prattle theirI little onci Standing some day in tho nursery I they besought themsslvos This child God has glen mo to raUo for eternity I What is my influence upon it Not be ing n Christian myself how can I ovc expect him to become n ChristianrII Lord help moS 0 are their anxious mothers who know nothing of tim infinite help of religion Then commend you to Hannah tho pious mother of Samuel Do nqt think ItIi absolutely Impossiblel that your chit I iron come up Iniquitous Out of just such fair brows and bright eyes and t soft hands and innocent hearts crimo purityIromI smoothness of the eye and shriveling I nnd poisoning and putrefying and blastingamtdburning I i j Every child is a bundle of tremen dons povibilitics and whether that child shrill conic forth in life its heart 1111111uftcri to a life of joy in leaven or whether across it shall jar eternal discords and after a life of wrongdoing on earth It shall go to a hhome of Impenetrable darkness and an abyss of immeasura ble plunge is being decided by nursery song and Sabbath lesson anti evening prayer and willie and ride and look and frown and smile 0 how mutes children in glory crowding nil the kit tlements nnd lifting a million volced hosanah brought to Iod through Chris tian parentage One hundred maul twenty clergymen were together and they were telling their experience and their ancestry mad of time 113 clergy men how many of them do you suppose eOIlcr1SIOIlI smother One hundred out of the 1 O Philip Doddridge was brought to red- by the Scripture lesson on the Dutch tilt of the chimney fireplace limo mother thlllltohe Is only rocking a child but at time same time situ tummy bo rocking the destiny of empires rock hag time fate of nations rocking time glories of Heaven The same maternal power that may lift a child up may press a child down A daughter canto to a worldly mother and said sue was anxious about her sins and bile lid hen praying nil night The mother sold 0 stop praylngl I dont believe in preying l Jet over all these religious notions and Ill give you a dress that will cost SoOO and you may wear it next week to that party The daughter took time dress surd she moved in tho gay circle time gayest of all the gay that night andsurc enough nil religious impressions were gone red sue stopped praying A few months after she came to tike and in lice clos lug moments said Mother I wish you would bring me that dress that cost SUO The mother thought it was a- very strange request but sue brought it to please time dying child Now said the daughter mother hang that dress on tho foot of my lied and tho dress was hung there on the foot of the bud Then Urn dying girl got up on one elbow and looked at her mother mind then pointed to time dress and said Mother that dress Is the price of my soul 0 what a momentous thing it is to be a mother Again and lastly Hannah stands be fore you today tho rewarded mother For all time coats she made for Samuel for all the prayers she offered for him for the discipline sIll exerted over him she got abundant compensation in time piety and the usefulness and time pUpil larity of her suit Samuel and that is true in nil ages IEvery mother gets full pay for all time prayers and tears in behalf of her children That man useful in commercial life that rage prominent in time profession that roaster mechanic why every step he takes in life his an echo of gladness III tho old heart that long ago taught him to bo a Christian mind heroic and earnest The story of what you have done or whatyou have written of the influence you hove exerted hums g one basic to the old homestead For there Is someone always ready to carry gool- tidhngsantl that story makes time needle in the old mothers tremulous hand lly quicker and time Hall III time fathers hand coupes down upon the barn flour with a more vigorous thump Inrents love to hear good news from their children Do you send them Igood news always Look out for tho vounjr man who speaks of his father as the governor tho squire or tho old chilI Look out for the young woman who calls her mother her maternal ances tor or time old woman It The eye that mocketh nt his father amLrefnseth to obey his mother tho ravens of time valley shall pick it out and tho young eagles shall cat It Uol1 grant that all these parents may have the great satis faction of seeing their children grow up Christians Hilt oh the pang of that mother who after a life of street gad ding and gossip retailing hanging on children tho tripperhcs and follies of this world sees those children tossed out on time sea of life like foam on tho wave or noncnltles in a world where only brawny and stalwart character stand the shock I Hut blessed be tho mother who looks upon her children as sons and daughters of tho Lord Al mighty Oh time satisfaction of dannah in swing Samuel serv lugat tho altar of Mother Eunice in seeing her Timothy learned in the Scriptures That is tho mothers recompense to see children coming up useful in the world reclaim- Ing time lost healing tho sick pitying tho Ignorant earnest and useful1 in every sphere That throws a new light back on thin old family Bible whenever I M t d she rends It and that will be ointment decrepitudelife s day with the glories of an autum sunsetI nltstho old Christian mother ripe for Heaven Her eye splendorsIIon The gray light of Heavens morn hns struck through tho gray locks which arc folded back over tho wrinkled temples Sho stoups very much now tinder tho burden of care she used to carry for her children Sho sits at homo todiy too old to find leer wny to the house of Uod but while able sits there all the past conies Lack nnd tho children that 10 years ago trooped around her armchair with their little griefs and Joys nnd sorrows those slid dreg arc nil gone now Some caught up Into a better realm where they shall never die stint others out in time broad world attesting tho excellency of a Christian mothers discipline Her last days are full of pence and calmer and sweeter will her spirit become un til tutu gates of life shall lift nnd let tho wornout pilgrim Into eternal spring thin and youth where time limbs never ache mind tho eyes never grow dim anti the staff of tho exhausted and decrepit pilgrim summit b come the palm of the immortal athlete INTERESTING ITEMS FiiKScn admiration for Victor Hugo dill not prevent his body from remain ing unburied for ten years It will bo 1WOO before his statue Is sot up in his townI earnings of tho Chesa for the month of Juno were 81721180 being an increase of SS702ii over those for the correspond lug month of last year SCHOOL boys in tho east who are con templating a business life are urged to learn Spanish as ono of their accomplishments so soon as they determine to branch out from their mother tongue The fact that it IIs tho purpose of tho American manufacturer to seek expanding markets for his products in Spanish America is attested by tho fact that an excursion Is now on Its way to brazil Uruguay and Ar gentian to drum up South American trade There aru more than 0000000 Spanishspeaking people in Spanish AmericaIMtoiiAliiY most people consider honey as time equal in value for food of any sweet sauce no better no worse re marks W C Hutchinson in tho Country lentlemnn All should know that it possesses one great superiority easo of digestion lime nnetar of flowers Is wholly cane sugar TIll serrations added by the bees change thus to grape sugar and so prepare it that it IK almost ready for assimilation without mummy effort on the port of tho stomach It will bo readily seen that honey U a very deiilr ablo food for those with weakened di gestive powers IK ever a young woman deserved a I medal till an exhibition of bravery It is Miss Carrie A Sawyer a New York girl who jumped front a boat into Kocktatfd lake t ifSiiifday and saved a nine ycnr old boy from drowning At tutu tune of tho accident time boy 1 hav lug fallen overboard from another hot Mss Sawyer was wearing a skirt outside a pair of tights Throwing oil time skirt situ was over time side of tho boat in an Instant and thus unencum bored she swam to time boys rescue I lint for time rational costume Mias Sawyer despite leer skill as n IllIII 11111 r would intro been but a hulplo woman THE RAIN CROW FnetH of Intercut IlrcajilInK the Anterl rnn Cnoknri Tho American cuckoo belongs to tho woodpecker trill amid is onlyI a summer sltor coming about the 1st of Juno anti leaving early ID tho fall for Florida Unlike the English cuckoo ours buildsI its own next and raises its own young to whom it Is a must devoted parent Wo have two species in this country tho yellow bill and the black bill tho latter being beat known in Pennsyl vania Iloth nnys the Pittsburgh Dispatch are smaller than the old world spc dies anti differ from It In color being greenish olive above and bluish white bomnth while the European bird is black winged The American cuckoo lion a tall longer titan its body which glvcvi It a hawklike appearance und tho plumage Is raft nnd nilky like burnt of the owl which enables It to fly without making any nolm no that we often hear It call without helm able to nee time bird Ilurrough says This call of the cuckoo has a solitary hermitlike round as If tine bird wns alone in the world nnd called on time fates to wit ness his desolation lie has never heard the call antnvercd nor has he ever seen two birds together The cnll fIs hearth most in cloudy whether nnd before n niln from which the bleb gets tie name of rain crow It Her Blvmtlon Cycling is a womana salvation says the Irish Cyclist She cant stop at MM shop windows and her talking is cut down by 100 per cent when awheel flower patches cannot be carried on the head or new hapcd dresses put on every day or the pinno Jarred out ot truth twice daily If she would remember that only half the road to hen and that other people dont like aopn pens she would be perfect 11 4 r POLITICS IN THE OLDEN riffcC I Jetting A Thousand UotlnrV Damages bas Ueln Called a JPetforaltat It Is sometimes thought that po litical rancor la carried to an extreme point in our linen hut It In nothing compared with whut it was In the early days of the republic Toro intensity to which rancor of this kind was former ly carried Is well Illustrated by a libel suit which was once tried In Indiana The alleged libel was that the defendant hail called tho plaintiff Hnn old fed eralist by tho publication of which false scandalous and defamatory li bet no the declaration alleged the plaintiff has been hrouglmt into public disgrace and his neighbors have since refused to have any Intercourse with him The counsel for Uu defendant filed n general demurrer to tjic declnra tlon Insisting that It was not notion able to cull a man a federalist and that therefore the declaration did not set forth n libel If proved Time court how i ever submitted thu whole matter to the Jury the members of which were to bo the Judges of the law no well as of the fact lime jury was Impnnnled with great difileulty some scores of talesmen lowing boon set aside upon their affirm alive answer to tho question Ifavo you formed or expressed nn opinion whether it Is slander to call a man n federalist The first witness for the plaintiff was nn old man named Horn don reared In till woods of Kentucky who hind moved from the latter state to Indiana Mr Herndon testified ns tel lows Mr Ilerndon do you consider It H belous and slanderous to call n man n federalistII l- I Which would you rather n man would roll youn federalist or n hmomic thief I would shot him If ho celled mo one or the abhor Yon have not answered the quc then I would rather be called anything under the heavens than a federalist What damage would you nay that the defendant nhoulrtt pay for this libell hi calling the plaintiff n federalist I would say 1000 at lend TIll counsel for the defendant tiled- erosxxnutuud Mr Herndon ns fol lows Mr Herndon whit do you under stand by n fedpmlUt- My understanding Is that It menus n lory mi enemy to his country Is that tilt common acceptation of the tlrlllt Yes 1 lave never heard any other fom the Gist settl + ments In ICeiituehy up to the present time On time redirect examlnnllon Mr llrrndnn wax nnkorl only n single ques lion Mr Herndon would jnu feel Mifi with a federalist by your side to tweet the Indians in n hushfight I would not I would Just UK noon mare one of the hostile Indians with his rifle and tomahawk by my lde The counsel for lire plnlntHYrmid flint he hind 20 other witnesses whom ho wns ready to examine but to save time it was agreed by the counsrl on both nides that each of the SO would swear lotthe saute effect ns M r Hern inn and that tin publication of fthin libel was admitted After lengthy and able arguments the case wns given to the Jury which noon brought In the following verdict We find tint to charge n mutt with being n federalist is llbelous and we assess the damages of the plaintiff nt 1000 whereupon the judge observed lime court nre well satisfied with your verdict gentlemen lloston Trnnsprlp + thin haw of Unrinunjr Tn American with sporting proclivi ties must upend more or less time In Iiermany before he feels reconciled to the methods there pursued for hpreserv hug the gnome of time woods and streams The laws governing the closed and oppn seasons for Avery variety of fish llufdi and fowl ere strictly enforced and poaching is looked upon by the oflielnl class as n moralI tln Hut when the stranger in time Fatherland hits learned how to do It he blesses tile game Jnvn which nt first he Was prone to curse Ho finds that they mo far more reasona bin and liberal than he loud dared to hope In fact through the perfect operation of thcxo laws abundant spurt Is provided for every pennti who has obtained the legal right to cur ryn gut or use a rod1 and thiN cannot be truly said of countries where free shooting and fishing are permitted The object of time restricted legislation In Germany U so Intelligently to protect tho deer laud hares nnd feathered cren turK of the woods and fields and tho trout grayling and salmon of tho streams that such variety shall Increase and multiply only to thnt extent whlrh will result in the greatest benefit ton mmnl1dBerlin Cor So Y Post Marrying Demi wIvoe Hlnter Americans cant understand the rea soning that induces powerful clerical and aristocratic elements In English society to light tchuclously against removing the bar against marriage with u deceased wifes sister One reason why they cant understand Iis because they Jo not appreciate how fierce np pears to tIC the rage for husbands among English women Actually one of the potent arguments used In opposition to the reform bill IH thnt if the prohibition A Is lifted single Women will come to IInIt ponontIiernfor themselves This theory In htld by the archbishop of Ccnterbury nt any rail surd hp Is not 0sh xhccItQ avow Ik Buffalo Commercial j i l I Rf f r u It 4- I Ill da THE HERALD A 1PENOER COOPER Editor t OKAS E HABICHT Associate Editor t HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 20 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For VicePresident ARTHUR SEWALL- Of Maine For Congressman Tenth District r THOMAS Y l ll ATltlGIC OF nOYI COUNTY ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF We arc authorized to minounco A COMUSiii1 n Olllllllllilto fur the office of Suet Iffof Wolfu county subject to the notion o f thu Dumoemllc party FOR COUNTY JUDGE 1 We art iiuthorlxid to iiiinounco r IItI IIQLTON ns n cnmlMato for the ollicu o j f County Jujfdi of Wolfo oounty siihjuct t II the action oi tho Dcmouratlu party For Commonwealth Attorney We tiro iintliorlzrd to nil 11011 II Ill A F- IIYRD 1 us a canilldatu bur Coiiimoiiwtiillhi Attorney for tho alrd Jllllldl1llJINtrlet sal Jcet to thu aellon of tho Democratic lparty FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY IIOLUN A KA8IT Is hereby Hiiiioiinrid I ntfii eamllilato for County Attorney of Woll oounty subject to tho action of lliu DUIIIO eratlo irimary l FOR JAILER I am a candidate for the ollloo of Jailor off Wolfo Ollllllt sand solicit the support of tho 6eununstlo party In the Irimwry to ho heldI Septwiihor JU ISM Home seven yeais tdnoc J hnd tilt mUfortuno to lose one of mv legs and vluue that time have heed iinahlo till perform farm lahor That for more thant any other ruanoii prompts me to ash for the oHi co and If elected I promise to fulfill tin duties In every ruxpflot Hoping for your support I am obediently sour- sAiIltlu M11JlIL 10 Tuft Oooi Iltoiii or Woiii COHXTY 1 wish to announce that I lulI n candidate for Jailer of Wolfe county siibjwt to the Duiiioomtlu party I havo hmM lnrn a Dumoorat nod havo always supported the Doinounitlo nomlnco In Ivory nice nation nl state anil county and this is tho first tlmo I ever asked fur oflico MyI wife 1ms lice an Invalid tar 11 years sued I hue hwon unfortunato In thnt respect If I yot the nomination nod am clietod I will tillI tho ollicu to thut MtUfurtlon of everybody N IIIJS your support and sunrux tit thu Primary I am yours fur tho nomlnco- VM IMKWKK ife 0e FOR ASSESSOR I111111 a oandldate for tile adieu of Awitwor of Wolfo county mid solicit the support of tho Dumoonitle jmrty in tho Primary to he hull September IW 1MKI Having hecn ta Democratic voter III tilt county of Wolfe nod it friend to the party through thick mid1 thin for always I urn now iiskini the ollice I milwuyhnvoI would hull the country I have put In both I money and lime to foster every enterprise and never charged u cent for my hurvlec and nsldu froth this no laboring man ever called on me for a favor hut lie got It Go into my precinct tend find the facts Asking now thou you will support me us 1 have you 1 remain your friend It lP ANDKItSON Primary Election Call t Pursuant to a call by tho chairman ofr tho Wolfo county Democratic committee the coinmlttccmcn met at Campion onI August n and selected September 1J 896 HH the time of holding a primary election to nominnto candidates for the various county and district offices to 1ho- oted for at this November election 1897 All Democrats who will be legal voters at tho November election 1897 nro en titled to vote in said primary Candi dates for the county offices aro required1I to pay to tho chairman qI and candidate for district offices 2 on or before Sep tember 4 1890 0 0 HAXKS Clim JR CAIIUOU Sec THUABHKK COMIIS present dclU sheriffof this county is announced Iin this weeks issue for tho office of sheriff + and will snake tho race as a Democrat to which faith ho has clung from the time ho was able to lido in tho interests of his friends At tho last general election bo was a candidate for sheriff be Ing opposed by Snm Henry Wilson a Republican and tho opinion was then and has over since been maintained by bis friends that ho WRIt honestly elected to the piano but counted out by the com mittco Tho returns on tbo poll books showed that bo had a clear majority of twelve votes but by some hocus pqcup it IIt claimed this majority vanlthud when the vote was compared and by I t compromise he accepted tho position of deputy under Mr Wilson Ho now desires to be vindicated and our personal knowledge of tho man lends Ud to believe that if nominated and elected ho will prove n faithful and efficient officer Ho in a strong free silver man hUM always peopletDemocrat BUCK HOUOX present county court clerk is n candidate for the office of county judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party and his announcement appears in this issue Mr Hollon has made an acceptable clerk nnd his experience in that capacity qualifies him to n large extent for the office bo is now seeking Besides his experience ho is a gentleman of good common tense a judge of the Jaw and a man of reason What more can one desire in a probate judge 1 If nominated timid elected ho will mako tho county n dignified executive officer sued should ho ever err in his judgment at any titro it will ho on the side of mercy This is I demonstrated almost daily in tho fact that ho carries his heart in his hand nod his purse is always open to those whose poverty appeals to him In brief toP spects lead to the tear people of the county we earnestly appeal thai he may have their stillrngc Wi XOTICK in todays iissue of the Courier Juurnul that the Ilea Jo Ly kips of Wolfo county will organize his countyt in the iinterests of the third ticket Such istho gratitude of man Jo LykiiiH has been honored by his party time surd time again but now when the capitalist and corporalionist seek to strangle labor with a gulden chain and t Democracy ways thou shall not this pie Democrat turns traitor to his friends who outdo him what he is po litically sad when his services most needed goes over to the enemy JHow diderenl would have been tho action of the young Democrat whom ho defeated Iwfore thin convention for representative the gifted andI eloquent Jim Swango folIl lowing i they him surd will relegate him to oblivions shades whore he may soliloquise and soliloquise Mt Sterling Free Lance From reliable sources we learn that the lion Joseph grand organizer of the traitor Democrats of Wolfe county failed to secure Busy attendance last Saturday to tho call to send delegates to the bolting convention at Louisville today Even himself was ashamed to put in an appearance n MORGAN COUNTY Kaytown Mlssilon- K I A Pay and C A Fnmplo are litII MtI Sterling on business You cnn way to tho boys whoop up their cnlvTa fur L ljlt Sample ttyht will hnvi tine there thirtyfour days old that will be hard to down 3fOra B Cecil stud Lillian Pat rick of ICrcl were visiting relatives lucre Saturday and Sunday and took in the quarterly meeting at Union Mcncfco county 11V Henry surd family of West Lilt erty were in town Friday night and left for Mtl Sterling on Saturday morning accompanied by Miss HO lie Sample where they will visit relatives this week Leo Porter a prominent merchant of Brandy Keg Floyd county and son in law of our townsman T J Ritchie came down last week took in the Mt Sterling court and left Mr Kitchics to day for home Miss Laura Ilawlius tumid Secretary W throughhere1 Willie is of the opinion of tours others that tho tansy will excel in interest mud numbers any previous year J M Henry doll not tits immediately on tho state road but Saturday last he was seen stealing on the rood calling to every one that passed to come and see his boy In answer to tho nnmo lie said Steven would he part and some Steven McKlnluv could the littln boy havo done HO young to add McKinley August 18 WIXOIKSH LEE COUNTY Fincastlo Fishing W T Prater left yesterday for Mt Sterling theyfamily Mrs Rachel Burke made n flying visit to Bcattyvillo Monday- R A Kanh of your town visited his sister Mrtt W A Jones Saturday and SundayMisses Dentin Smyth and Frances La no nnd Messre W A Jones and Matt Hud son visited Torrent Sunday- J O Thomas county superintendent visited the school at tins placo list Thursday and gave an interesting talk to the patrons and children Tho school is now being taught in tho now school house The souse is a good one well furnished with charts patent desks etc which goes to show tbat tho I people in this section are still moving in I 1 I the August right dirtcLiouII l NervesAre the Mttaenycra of SenaUna Telegraph System of the busman body KorvcNorvo NorvoNorvo Norvo Nerves Nervo Ixtoud frost tlto brain to every part of thus bixly mud reach every organ tire liku flri K01 1 servants but hard master arl fiil liy the IIlood and are thcrcforo like It In character will lie weak and exhausted It tho blond IU thin polo and Impure Ifgtho blood Is rich red and vigorous find it true friend In Hoods Sarsapa rlllu bucuiisu It makes rich red blood do their work naturally nnd well the brain IIs unclouded them uro no dlgcsILloll HoodsSarsaparilla Time Ono Trim lllood Ilirilkr All dniKKlsti SI Irijiaroil only liy I I Hood A Co Lowell lines Hoods Pills IulIlllher I I Money Mado in a Minute I have not made less than sixteen dol law iiny day while selling Centrifugal Ice Cream Freezers Any one dliould make from five to eight dollars a day Hulling cream and from hoven to ten dollaiH selling freezers as it is mich u wonder there IM always a crowd wanting cream You can freeze cream elegantly ill tine minute and that astonWic people HO they all want to taste it and then many of them buy freezers as the cream is smooth and perfectly frozen Every freezer is guaranteed to freeze cream perfectly in one minute Anyone can sell ice create quad the freezer Nelh itself My sister makes from ten to fifteen dol lars a day J1 IF Casey tC Co 1 MJ St Charles street St Louis Mo will until you lull particulars free KO you can go to work and make lots of money anj where as with one freezer you can make a hundred gallons of cream u dayor if you wish they will hire you on a salary United States Commissioner Foole of Chicago in a recent decision sustains tho right of a creditor to use the postal card in urging the payment of debts We shall mould tilt quite a number in a short time to delinquent subscribers Spoons Froo To All I read in the Christian Standard that Miss1 A1 Fritz Station A St Louis 110 would give an elegant plated hook spout to anyone seeding her ten Jcent stamps T sent for one stud found it KU useful that showed it to my friends filth made 1Jat in two hours taking orders for till spoon The hook spoon U a house hold necessity Jt can not idip iota the dish or cooking vessel being held in the place by a hook on thin back The spoon is something housckecpcra have needed ever since spoons were first invented Anyone can get a wimple spoon by Needing ten 2cent stamp to Miss Fritz This is a splendid way tojnako mojLiey aruiiud lioiiio Very triily J1 1rt N N Blwm S Dont be afraid to take your exhibits to the fair next week They will be perfectly wife as one of the directors as well as time police will be there ell day to nee that nothing is tampered with and at night the floral hall will he locked and two or more officers will be on duty to guard everything SHERIFFS SSfllE FOR TUXES o 1JY VIUTtK OFTAXKS dun tho Stale of Kentucky nod County of Wnllc for tho years niiiiicil below Ior one of mv ilcpu des willalt MONDAY the ills DAY OK SHlTKMiUJIl 1SHO between the hours of U oclock in curd 4 oclock p in at the CUlllptollWOlrcourt day expose at public smile to the highest and best bidder for sash In hand tho following real estate or MO iniich thereof ni will liu ncccKunry to satisfy the following tax and cost on BIIIIIC te wit CunptottKyIWIMJW total tax surd cont 8480 W C llarkcr 9O ucrcu of land adjoining the landH of Ilud Itniiku dlctrict No 3I bolt uncu on the years ISftlOJftj tax and cunt 91K5 lumen Iclfry 120 acres of land adjoining the hinds of David Jtouc district No3 for the year I89i tux ntd cost 083 nllJollIIIIfor tin year J8115 tax and cost 5M This August 10 1890 S II WILSON S W C liy J K COCKKIUIAM D 8 FOR SALENecessity compels me to collect all that IsI owing to mo to that I can pay debts that lowe All who are indebted to me that do not make settlement with mo at once will Gad their notes or account in tho hands of an oflicer for collection I want to sell all the rent estate I own amid have control of coiiiUtlng of two houses nod lots in Cutup ton six acres of Lund in Campton i one farm of sixty acres ooo sad onchulf miles front Caiuptou nnd four lots in Walnut Grove Ky Will sell on easy terms LYKINSrJuly WantedAn Idea IofI Protect your IdMwt thrr rne7 brtDr loll will JOJIN WJCUDUliUtillH ktre WMbtoftoa D O for OiJYCIokaLt We1th1 uItit txv fitttrtd UT atx w c R EATEST gLflTiINQ SALIjj r IN TilE HISTORY QF TilE tADE1 COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The 8 Largest 8 ands Best 8 stock 8 of 8 Clothing 8In Kentuc REGARDLESS OF VALUEI lllREGARDLESS OF COST I REGARDLESS OF PIl1L f Wo do not care what prices competitors name wo will tako 25 p r coat onfSUIlIU goods In our stock wo havo Fifteen Hundred Suit of GMotliing costing from glL X16 20 und 25 which wo Imvo put tho knife to the euro w COME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR S75O YoeWheilI Suits sewed with silk thread nnd now fresh clouds nt 700 per euitf color gunrantood t rVIII kL JJ JI i It r J Four Hundrpd find Fifty Suits front our last sale which sold I +V lnO and worth a10 nnd niJI at JSOO Iants at T0 con ti 75 conti und Jl worth I50 o2 and qli Use Humlffd pair PuntA fino woo cnssimoro at s2 worth o5r5 A You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices l Lou1j1J t Gii tau i lEADING CLOTHIERS LLFIhGON MIDJ PflflIS KY nn u ROSE D ISOI HACTIIOAi40- BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAXEL JHEEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE UHO the host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our pri V and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order PatronW Home People get only Honest Work mill be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE Iemploy only skilled labor every man being un artist in his IIpecialtYIaB4 your work is respectfully solicited Piifr 1OJ Annf1l LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor JIM CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE i Special taro taken of teams for Commas cial Travelers Parties convoyed tO any pOInt on liberal terms Patronage of the pubfio upoctfully solicited H F PIERATT 1ltlJIIUh lttil1aA JSOUTa9I5IflftditldfVJ I rt 9IIIMIi kdlflJi7iikNl1 fll J RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSINED61 or xlC THE COUNTRY MNTION UWt1p r llmQGv n foes JJL CfI LrJNll df h l l fl i i IiiI Prrt FHE HERAL 0 =Hazel Green Haarsays happenings Mrs J K DeBusk has boon sick for I tho past week Mrs J H Scott colored SB on thoIj sIck list this week Born on Friday night August M to the wife ot Harlan McClure n big boy J Ills Laura Rnwlingu and Willie II I pierntt made n flying visit to fuel 1ll8tI Sunday Hum tho little son of Mack Oldfield living on tho Chapel branch is seriously ill with fever i Misses Lula mud Nellie Evans will re 1 turn from their Montgomery county visit this evening II B W Trimblo has purchased thoii Interest of Dr 0 W Harris in the Mt I Sterling Advocate Miss Ava Swungo left for Cedar Blufl Va Wednesday morning to visit her sister Mrs W P CecilII Disease attacks tho weak and debili tated Keep yourself healthy and strong by taking Hoods Sarnpnrilla T H Pickcrell cashier of the Farmers rankof Carlisle wife and daughter arcs rusticating at Swango springs Street Commissioner Cravens and h isI force of hands have been doing sOllieI good work on our street this week Rev 0 F Oney left Thursday of last week for Swango Spring to be absent a couple ol weeks Carlisle Motcury Yico President Clayton will be here tho latter part of the week mad bring with him two or thin foist horses forth e fair The wife of Mason Iingrain of the Murphy fork of Grassyllts been quite Hick since last Friday but iis now im proving The Marion Chapman killed at for rent recently in the hand cur wreck wits not iueon who formerly lived here but n cousin Religious services will bo held at the Gillaspio HcliiMil house Saturday evening and Sunday morning conducted by lituv lien Blankcnship Mrs Louisa Wilson has been confined to her room for sonic time with a severe attack of rheumatism and has also had symptoms of paralysis The Hazel Green public hchoul taught by Miss Mallio James with Miss1 Manila Ring as assistant is in good condition with an enrollment of SO n P T Fralry of Elliott county accom panied by Andy Wilson of the tame county arrived here Tuesday with twoi horses for the fair next week h Ilarlnti Wilson son of fellow towns man John Wilson lets been confined to his home in llrcathitt county several weeks with a severe attack of fever Prof W H Cord and family will re turn early next week so as to have everything in readiness for tho opening of academy and the home on September 1 Hoodlums broke into the Sandficld1 school house one night lust week and1 defaced the walls with obscene writings Look out buys the officers will get you yetNext week tho town will be crowded with visitors to the fair but this nhould not prevent your coming to our office and paying us that little subscription ftctount you owo us- llev J II Scott will preach at the school house near tho llollyby farm be low Hazel Green at 11 a in next Sun day Sunday night at Methodist church in Hazel Green Everybody invited to attend The Sunday School Union having wade a request for a general prayer service in tho Sunday schools there will ho a special service next Sunday morning at the M E church to which all are cordially invited Mrs Joe Rose of Lacy creek and two of her daughters Misses Ida and Lilly have been quite ill of fever Dr Taulbeo was called to see them on Monday and1 says that the two former are still quite ick but the latter isi improving 11 F Pieratt has just finished his new Hvery barn located adjoining his store on Main street and with some leased stables will be able to accommodate all the horses and vehicles attending the fair His new barn is 22x72 feet contains t 20 capacious stalls a saddle room andoffice where yjaitors can hang their 1traps etc He has an abundance of feedand will treat everybody right t m ArberrySwango lon doing n hotter business this season than for several years There has been on an average of not less than tOil guets per day Among the recent arrivals wo notico T H Pickerell wife and little daughter Carlisle Dr O S hash W Durham and Ilenj 11 Caldwell Moorcficld j Oscar Wasson James Parker and W J McConnaughay Jackstown j II Stewart Cano Ridge j Miss Kate Roberts Bramlettc All who have been hero this season speak in the highest terms of mine host Swango Charley Howard and fatally with twot two horse 1 wagons passed through heroII countyhisIndian Territory to which place they moved last January Ho likes time coun exception ing extent Hid family consists of ton I thirtyeightdaysHo says the crops out there are very good J Silas 1utt candidate for county court clerk was in town yesterday canvassing in tho interest of his candidacy Mr Putt is an agreeable gentleman and comes before tho people well rccom mendII cd for the office ho seers Being a suf i inCIPacitntetillhimreason why the Democrats of WolfoII should give him their hearty support atII the primary o bo hold September 10 1305 j Joseph Green Oldfield passed quietly l away on Wednesday August 12 1t3Jtt at the old homestead farm of his father I aged about li8 years His life was a model one mad in hits death the com munity in which he lived lost one of its moitt loyal constituents He was thett father of ten children all of whom stir I vivo to mourn his death Tim rcmuilillI were interred at the old Grassy cemetery John D ROM jr requests us to itn t nounce that ho in a candidate for the Spice of mnKiktrnto in thin district mid that ho will run on tho Democratic ticket John itoo is one of our most substantial farmer though a poor man I mind1 if elected will we believe render satisfaction to all HoJ in a man of sober habits extremely cool in his judgment and we see no cause why he should 1I0tI be elected Ho in also for free silver The I PII tirlt Torrent is nII most enjoyable sucecw There ii4 Mlah1Thely earnest thoroughly atI times very eloquent The cowboy evangelists mire in great favor as they deserve to be The baritone solos of Dr Browne aro received with enthusiastic interest Prof Fogg is doing grand service with hii cornet No admission fee is charged at the gate and all are invited to COIl1OI Jeptlia Davisi of lastsecuredI theI contract for building the now loek at this place and begun work on the same Tuesday morning The structure will be 12 feet square with a hallway LJfour feet wide and bo built of two inch oak crossed making a wall four incites thick and this will be weatherboarded It will bo two stories high and have iron doors and steel windowsIC C Fulks of Campion was circula ting among our people yesterday anelI while hero made Tin HKUAUI n HocinlI visit He says free silver is all tho talk in his part of time county and believes that Jo Lykins will again return to the Democratic fold raid vote for Bryan and ISewall and free 8thcrIWo wreckannouncetlmu name of llollin A Kaah as a candidate for time office of county attorney Rollin is arising young attorney of Hazel Green mid is well known throughout the county I He hits been a Democrat ever since be I was old enough to form an opinion and has voted that ticket straight duce gain lug his majority Being fair minded in all hie dealings ho will make tho people of Wolfe a good attorney should ho be their choice While Attending the fair next week dont forget to call at the jewelry store of JlI Havens and leave your order for water color portrait Itn fine crayon or will pay lij+ loo1 at his samples whether you want work or not All kinds of watch and jewelry repairing done promptly and in good order Elsewhere in this issue will bo found time announcement of A F Byrd ns can didato for commonwealths attorney Our space Is too limited to give FloydI the notice ho deserves this week but before the prIairy is over we will Iuavc more to my IERegular Meals 25 conts Meals to ordor at nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner from 10 n m to B p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty Gu3Se LtRW J7ztovle lov u Consolation Items Mites Ida Rose and her mother are both sick and Vise Lillio is still very sick Boone Day passed through town Tues day from his mothers en route to Dent tyvillc Mrs James Lucy is still very sick at her mothers Mrs Scab Trimble on Lacy Creek Miss Minnie L Day accompanied by Mrs L M Dmyof Beattyville rondo u flying visit to Walnut Grove Friday ro turning Sunday They had n nice time while there visiting relatives and friends All persons indebted to Fallen or Fallen ft Allen either by noto or account will please come forward and settle at once as I am compelled to have money 15y giving this your prompt attention you may save further cost and trouble Respectfully Oscan FAIII Lee City July 27 1800 Fair Notes Two policemen will guard tho floral hall at night Time tirck will receive its fund prepa ration this wcekIIn the three 280 races the battle he tvfccn the jockeys and horses promises to be hot from start to finish On next Tuesday the Hazel Greon fair will surely begin In advance we predict that it will bo the best one ever held here Tho tiaws has reliably come that race horses from Bath Nicholas Menifec and1 Clark counties will contest for purse and glory rt our fair- Information tints been received bore that tho counties of Mngollin Morgan KrcnthiU Lce and Elliott will ho well represented at our fair Parties who will serve as police during the fair will cull on Secretary Pioratt on Tuesday morning at 780 and receive their lbadges and instructions A meeting of the officers and hoard of directors is called for Monday afternoon at 2 oclock at J T Jays office for tho purpose of making all arrangements Although the fair directors do not think that bud order is likely to occur during the fair still it his provided for ample police force of good men to look utter nay who may get too gay To II any lady guessing the winner of Itlll three 230 races a largo watermelon be given The Rtiww must be han to time secretary before any heat nf tho respective races has been paced or trotted Tho White Sulphur band will awaken our village on next Monday night Besides the music that it will furnish at the fair grounds our citizens will receive the reveille and tattoo on each day time fllirIIIof We hear that Ciiancyn little black is burning tho wind in hurI training rind that Taylor Days Maud is j going better than over before Hiltj there is a gicat diflerenco between train mug and racing It is expected that the floral hall will run over with exhibits lust hero we suggest throat tho chief duties of time floral hall superintendents will be to receive round receipt for exhibits classify mind ar range same amid to appoint judges for the respective rings Strayed from a drove of cattle on Steve Bryans place near Mayto wit on Thursday night August 11 a red mule steer striped white j will weigh about 1100 pounds Any person taking tin the tame will plcano leave him at J T Days pasture and notify me- NATIIAN AMIBRT 850 W Fifth St Cincinnati 0 Grand Currency Picnic A grand picnic will be held in tim- emagnificent public school grove at Ha leI Green Saturday August 29 at which I time time following speakers will address the people Address of 1elcoumew IL Delimit IIIATK Republican lllItfurm Utlj SeweU Democratic llatformC C Fulkn Republican PliitformIf C Lncr Democratic 1lutformJ IL Dulliuk Republican IlotformI C Grahams Democratic PlotformIt A Kaih Republican JIntformS M Nickel Democratic IlotformJI H Oner The Political OutlookJ A Tnulhee Cloning AddrcuA F Byrd Everybody and especially all candidates are respectfully invited to be present and express their opinion Lightning Hot Drops What a Funny Name Very True but It Kllle All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Diy Without Rcllaf There Is No Patel11- f 1JJ a1ilL b i iii bAIFt X01mal PLUS PlGV81nto17 School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky The Kext Session gSeptember I1896 Full 1Diciptinoj Special Courses in Biblo Shorthand antI Typewriting and Drawing also Business lrV irrJIrn fE I lliJ1 IIIeducationZrt- u JIs c4hxtsfxyaatlleflflx1 n NEW E IERPHISEIIv laving sold my Stable I have gone into the BUSINESS And ask time patronage of tho community I make and repair nilI kinds of Himiec and Saddles and my prices arc as low as the lowest JOHN rJ PIERATT n o o KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY o uu Qar oc rraad rJo 11IJi I JI1AOk11IEo Hazel Green and Torrent Ono Bank leaves oiifli place every niorn lug SuiiiliiyM excepted at 8 oclock FARE SIOO EACH WAY I pnynlile In advance at my ofliecH in Hazel tintil und Torrentf Interuiuiliato points In projiortion to ilihtancu or flu per mile xlrcHII1i TWO LIVERY STABLES One at Torrent and one at Ilnzell Green both of which are MUppHcd with goon stock and rigs for the accommodation of tho traveling public JBSySpcclal attention to tho accommo dation of commercial travelcrHand par ties conveyed to nny point on rcammublo terms Soliciting tho patronage of tho public I am respectfully etc J TAYJtOR n Y T DINGFELDERWITH J ffl flobisoJorto GO Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NOB 587 630 and 541 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY J A TAtmBEJE ZHC D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY fSurgery and obstetrics aapccinUy HOWARD STAMPER A ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY Will prActice in the courts of Wolfe amid the adjoining counties All buhmess entrusted to ou cure will receive prompt attention J 8EITJ5 WvvW M KERR A OOIO- BBXR8 IX Hcrdvan 1 AfIcaltaranlBraeDts IBONTJN O a 4 1 == = I Four ColloLiH lllHrnl Art 1- 11Ib Corn ArtshmaI Iuntillo Select conrNUH nllowod tHrong ers of icnrlifrM Flni iyiiniiiNitim Fees JOST IN QUAfaTITY OE8T 1IN QUALITY wsiJW61ITS I VEFUEtlFOR 20 YEARS Hao lad nil WORM Romodlos EVERY DOTYLE GUARANTEED Horn rat AII mzvauiaTH nrcmnr irmnrolirxcmlisT Loctn THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T B Qcixcnv Drawer IrA Chicago Secret- Ary of the CTAK ACCIDENT COMPANY for Information regarding Accident Ins r ance Mention tlila paper Jly to dol nit you can save 1accidental FATFOLksjNr IONI trrauuetit IIr Duo 1emtiR n ulerlellCt- a baar earecaordolculrua Iff1I bunntN- LNnIrvnaRdntlraorna bmmic nn REDUCED prnrn ernciml liraltli wu dicuaiiclauf ana wicletr ladtriItdoneG 11 PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL eonnJcntlally For particular addrcM with tWIll DR SNYDERn KnUnt nar IVUCttZTC n- t GJASa W BYJlD ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KV j0JCollcctlong ii specialty WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS aGrocersff MT srEltLING ICY CCAMPTON XY I J B JIOLLON PBOPBIETOK The patronage of the traveling public It respectfully solicited Table the tied std every attention to the comfort of vaest I KINDBIQ 4- y f II Y = c- r II ro J- fCOPYRIGHT IS75 Phcllin McCnnl was not In n particu early good humor an Ije strode along the I rough mountain path whistling a fac tion tune between lib teeth and cutting I savagely nt thu wnyslde brambles tint hJvered in the sharp cost wind which appropriately enough WHS heralding the Lenten season down the famous Gap- JudgcclIron of Diuilue Mr McCauls standpoint the situation was n tantalizing one Here lie was a man of 31 with a tidy Lit put by n snug farm and no Incum bronco whatever actually unmarried this blessed Ash Wednesday eve and likely to remain so during the comingI 12 Months nil owing to the unreason nbloncss of one Thinly OKnffertv vtioKo daughter Molllc Iliellm nought in marriage the negotiations having Leon broken off that very evening for positively the Inat limo Had 1hellm been n trifle older or 4 triilu more philosophic he would have probably told himself the disappoint ment was simply a blessing in dlfgtiisi Lilt being still young and not at nil n Iphilosopher he chnfcd fiercely nt tin broken mateh nUll iieartlly cursed Mr OltalVerty as he went Absorbed In bitter rellectloiiH he dill not hear the npprnl ding rattle of gig wheels bohind Had it was not until a irlondly voice had thrice Mhnulcd hill itninu from lungs rendered stentorian by mountain air that 1hellm knew he iid a follow traveler on till road Thtii challenged he faeed around and roo ogniylng his Interloeutor as nn ae qimlntanoc named Lanigtin who rented n form a mile or MO from his own pine OHIO to a halt Verrah Phcllm boy where lire yot potti at that rote this hour o night asked the newcomer accommodatlm Ills horses pace to that of the youtij man as they moved forward together Sure I thought tin down collnqtilng with Mollle Oltnffepty yod be this mln nit instead of llyln all over the ootintrv like thistledown= flints 1111 oil int replied HieJIin sulkily not well piratic nt InnlganS observation but too true an Irishman I ilKN IX J3XAMIXATIOX A liOOlv to the temptation of chattering his own affairs The 11111110 little 4 Haggard of n father wouldnt give a jenny more than 200 quid with the jirl and ho niter as good as promishi 300 n fortnight ago an I knowin ho gad 600 lodged In the beak In Killur zeyPls it truth yers toll In me Oh dlvll rccnvo the lie an dlvll re rove the JmpoJiny snore hed advance KS I suitor Bwenrln to hilt face Id not jwry any girl under 5001 Jlight yiu0 I like your spcrrct if 1 slid Id ho disgracedI for trrrr lavln mccsolf down like that an sieroa no fear mo wife ud respect me tither Oh begob I suppose ho thought that w yo wore dacent yed the soft vein 111I ti crackingilsiiiJscc Miss Mollle wits nt the convent for 4w a year nu could piny the pluuny the ohnultler8fir3 ltuko lu hit life retorted the roo Y- U r jccted suitor hnitt ing hIs Khort straight Prows theres not such a differ llie tween wan girl an another as nil that an twould take n keener man than Thady 1afferty to fool me anyway himself an1 his daughter the cross eyed I dont wonder at ycr cello hurt interposed Lauigau smoothly as he icincd up for they had reached spot where the road branched elf It different directions but never say lie theres as good fllsh in till IIlIj as user was caught nu It yere wlllin ye can still be a married man this very Shrove 1hellm laughed bitterly lie was in 110 mood for wooing now 1 have three daughters yonder pur sued the other pointing in the direction of the undulating uplands rolling away to the heights Ixyond where the Pur pie mountain soared into the deepening twilight an they hear tell of you the Mm though I dont know if nay Item stet you lately for theyre great stayat homes but they have till a wish for you an 1 dont think twould be hard for ye to put till come bother on nayof em so If yere in earnest 1helim MeCnul ccme along with me this bleMi11 minnit tin Ill give you till pick of till three an Ill wnd ncroM for father Pat Ollnm hus only a oouplo of lieliU awiiy an hell bncklo ye in n juicy since the tine IK so short Ihclims darkening brow cleared n little natural cunning was struggling with wounded pride and thnt short sighted longing for swift revenge which impels many a rejected wooer to thing himtclf away upon tho first girl he nicotM in under to enjoy this triumph of what is usually but a 1liynle victory pride won Ill go he cried suddenly wheeling round 1110 father lad vent Ills soul often said ye were a dacent man an wurc the whole parish knows there isnt tint dirty dhrop ill any of ye- JJlghtyon are me bouohal wtpond ed Mr I tnlgnn promptly thatll tin talk an long youll have a chance of judgln whetherI Thady1 Olaf forty has oil the nice girls in the con n ZOT1I WUUK DUEI TIIU OF UANK resist about Sure before I try So just jump up here alongside n mo nn well be over there like wlnkin- Iliellm obeyed nnJ a quiek trot along the winding youth presently brought them to the group of whitewashed out houses surrounding Lnnlgans cottage whose lighted windows shone hospi tably through n mountain mist Hero the proprietor begged his pros pective son In law to wait while heI went in and explained inn tiers to tins girlsTheyre bashful poor things sine they lost the mother ho remarked confidentially an may bo thoyd he n bit put out If they saw you coiuin in on tthem nil of a suddint- To this arrangement Phellm made no objection and Mr Ltinigtin hastily passing through the kitchen went straight to the parlor where ns he ex pected he found tho three Misses Lnnl gjtn placidly engaged In knitting oiv sewing At the entrance of their parent the thrco young ladles rose to greet him the eldest Kitty u girl with dove Ilike eyes limping slightly ns sue crossed the room Girls alive dont he flustered said Lnnlgan breathlessly Cissy stir up the fire be quiet 1eg theres n young man outside lookln for n wire he must get married this Shrove an lies wait In nt the door Who Is he eroo naked Peggy the youngest Spnke alsy Phclim MeCnul repliedi her father with n nod nt once threat ening and explanatory Im goln 10 give him the pick o ye an tis a long time till ye get us good a chance again Sliurc hes rennin after Mollie Oflafferty Interjected Cissy pausing in her operation of sweeping the ashes under the grate Yes but thats nil broke off urn answered l inlgnn lies tearin nit iI nn ud marry the dlvils daughter for satisfaction Here dont waste any more tone nunnshin there but sit down all of ye shout the table Kitty here an Cissyut that side an yon Peg at this an dont ye get up when he comes In or line on to bo surprised but be trice an pleasant to him for I said ye were all gone after him be Jo hers And silencing the titter with whichI the young ladies tunic their places ho hurried out to Phelim who when h1 was introduced a few minutes later found the maidens demurely seateil In the petitions indicated by their f01l1II Parent There was a decent interval filled i y improving tin conversation while llridgie the handmaid of the estab lishment brought in materials for punch and it was only when the Inn biers were half emptied that Mr Lanii gun branched the subject which occu pied the thoughts of aP Now Phelim Mcraul lie said rising mill iincoiiKclonsly imitating the man 1111 of n gentleman he hud once seenIi itnctioiut ring entile in Killarney these are my three girls the tonic I was tellin yo about Thats the eldest Kitty Ill give her 1500 dry monty Htiil then the second eldest Cissy andI shun beta CAIN to lice name an hens leggy the youngest nn the man who takes h r now will lime A 200 Su therei you art me bouchnl an which of YinIi will you choose 2t1I r McCaulI rapidly worked n little sum in mental arithmetic naturally he decided on the XVH dnmcl then lit glanced carelessly at her face- I think sir he remarked deferen lady1fi very nice indeed an its not the llttI time 1 hearth of cm he was only dimly I conscious of their existence until that evening but I think 1 tis only proper to Kite her the tlrllKIII of me There was u brief silence n cinder fell1 from till glowing mass between the grate burs Cissy tittered furtively Peggy cnned forward her elbow upon the table her dimpled chin crushed in tilt pnlm of her hand watching the episode with the pitilciM eyes of IS 1 Kitty 1I111lllIIltIJNIIll hilt her demure mouth was lifted at tIll corners aidI there was a light under her half clusct I lids like the gleam of a knife loosened t I its sheath The clisllltlIIsl1H11helllll roseandap pronehcJ1 her Will you Irate me misn he asked gently pcrjinps at thnt exact Instant ho forgot the JLIOO I hop lie did Kittys head Mink lower thou came a oi1Klllf scarlet on her cheeks Oh yes indeed she whispered iJegur that settles it cried Lanii gnu drawing a quick breath shes tit e own faxoritc child thin first of the clutch 1hellm an I nay it without nry shame to tilt others youve got the pick of the bunch Sure 1 dont know what well do at nil nt all without her but anyway Im glad shes settled and1 tins a good husband an since slit was toI go there Isnt wan Id rather have lieu before your own self Take her an tiod hies ye an unity the first boy be a bishop Cissy girl run an get up tIll tea help your sister Peggy nvkh while Phelim an mvssulf settle a 111111II hIt o business here an our cool lend overruling n very faint prolenttt- out Mr Modulis purl lie drew theyming man into a corner where a little old piistntlybothof a bank hook greasy with lung nue gad also a mysterious ledger whiHi tin girls knew to be openedI only upon tilt most momentous occasions The examination of the hooks crn eluded Mr Lnnigan remarked genially ns he ixliutcd to an empty chair nt the head of the table on whose snowy cloth the scanty array of household treasures wius n I ready glittering- I sent over for Tat her Pat ns I was comln In because Itis get tin late in the evenin so ye can be nun rrld com fortably olThuiid an no bother about it theres a tint room upstairs an n bed thats lit for a king an theyre llghtln till Ore there nowsothesmokell be cleared out when yere ready for sweet ball luck to me if either o ye go out of this house tonight Of course Kitty who had 11111 1 lull in the parlor blushingly objected n nitre 11tctIthe arrangements in the least while Phelim who had mule up his mind that the bargain Will a gone one became properly Impatient so that when Father Pat mndu his apponvnnce he found in pervadingrhobreath ing upon nil fruit Murtcen the oldest farm laborer who Jind got drunk with amaiiiny celerity tq the young r lovers themselves ns they tint hand i intuit under the fostering sullies of Mr Lanlgan while he pelted the amoroun Hwain with appropriate badinage The good father who bad been tlta very evening nntlelpating n coltI shrove war no forbidding figure in this sceneof Arcadian felicity and after some passages of decorous hilarity the mystic knot way tied and Phelim Mc Catil though he had entered fthe uous only an hour before a bachelor foundI himself pledged for life to Cut hcrin IMiilomcna Lanlgan This important ceremony hnvin been transacted till home of till Tam Igins became a perfect tutus of gaiety- y few neighbors nnd a blind pipe whom cry instinct bad lest to the spot Kitping the Impromptu merrymaking afoot Father Pnt a quaint llgure not desti unit of a eertuln put lion and cllJIlIt amid this somewhat boisterous jollity presided in till parlor ami gave lOlliI I 1to the rejoicings now praising Cissys pancake unto joking with the IIUllgoI now gossiping with the old and fur on taking a hand at a quiet game of 4V w ith Lnnigan the bridegroom and one Corney OLoon n clerical student a cousin of the fatally Finally it was he who proposedthe health of the net wedded pair in an extempore speech I winding up with a neat little quotation I fncu Martial which Mrl OLoon promptly mistranslated to his own great confusion lint the unmitigated satisfaction of his relations who score 1I ly believed him to be a fill scholar to the parish priest and Hun after Father Pat took his departure go ing buck to his lonely house tilt riche by a ten pound note and n fresh epcril ence in the ways of humanity When the priest had gout dancingl commenced in tho great kitchen MrsI McCaul did not however take a part I file in I proceedings but quietly retired to her room while Peggy footed it with thu most hopeless detrimental in till parish to Hie tune of the Wind That Shook the Iurley The next morning Phclim came down Main in a great hull Jack Laiiigan he shouted come here if yers a man Arrali there ye nlro me blioy tl served Lanigan cheerfully tin light ii n airy ye are the top of the mornin to ye 1 was eomin up to know were y awake hO1 yeinwlfV See here roared the deluded bride groom why did ye give me that girl iin ride with wan leg longer than the other Sure didnt you see her tP1UCtl 1 tilt fathcrinluw an didnt yo ohoose her from the three of 1 I1It 1 Know that quite well rejoined I Phelim his eyes sparkling but I 1ldu yoIt me So I would if you had only axed me I replied the other genially but I ddn knave twas to run races you want her That was till The two nun stared a t one another the fraction itf a second Ihl1I1I1111I1II Then he found the limp consisted t a wooden leg IU3MOIIK FRENCH CYCLISTSi list Average I Suld to Ire Ono IVrrtiin I Kvrry 1Uly Aliln to ItllIFrance has gone bicycle I deduction to 11IhOWIi from a report II t received at the state department from Walter TI irWin Inited States eons mercial agent at Limoges Since April tIMi2 each bicycle is taxed ten frunu- e 3 I SfUit a year and the number of ma chines iin use in tilt republic um be in curately ganged through the tux re turns In InOS the number of bicycles 1iii traffic was iriOS77 white at present there are ItiOOOO The average is ton I machines to nearly every 1000 IIf the feeble Ithe aged young children and tot majority of tilt women be ex eluded from tilt calcukition the average wilt be one bicycle to every 50 per sons able to ride MrI Uriflln says Mint bicycles untied for sale on till French market are manafactuied in every land France can hardly lintel her own in manufacturing these machines 1 llngliind supplies Ithe largest quantity of the foreign wheels a few arc 1m ortcd train Pclgium and many fromI IILi Culled Stntes There is no rcasup why the high grudl American bicycle should not have a larger salt in Franco I if the right nanny was used to introduce tthem 11 rill 11m t Futility John whcres yes daddy lies out yamler giltin bent for coro act An yer uncle Sccln how close ho kin come tcr belts sheriff An BII1huro1I1IOI Welt mil clout mount tcr much nn Ive beam tell theyre gwme tcr sent 1 him tcr congress ter git suet of him Ali you whats yon nrunnin for Nothin Im the oulOliO In the family what aint got no eddlcatlon so Im n tcaehin of a school for n llvln Atlanta Constitution Cold Until Most medical men consider thnt n cold bath every morning is apt to do more harm than good to any but per sons of n very vigorousI constitution Tho sensible thing to do iis to see that the temporu tare of tho water In cold weather Is not lower thnn thin of the air A dally hath moathcnlthful but it should not be BO colt M to give n shock to the systemChlcagoTribune- n I MILITARY MARCHING Tnco lu Different Annie Rftvotot Muu on tho March A curious report of the CattUfOpCurmlls njhjIstryspeckInteresti ci ll1illu1i f1 rrgulntiulna nf the lCerat lengtheeenlhItiecBelgian Swodl hand isrtain 10 steps In n minute the French trots luatritnrUelglan 110 steps An Ital ian regiment marches at the rate of 00 meters In the minute a Urnun regiment nt HI an Fngllsh nt SSnmU illTlnlnJI aboutOD1J therefnrlfourlnxt D9ryards per minute the Germans OG the English 95 the Trench OS yards pe minute It may be mentioned hero tthat by the regulations of the HrltUh llymeaIlire being used only on parade and for ThoIquick march in which all evolutions lire performed Increases to 110 pnctj lAt1flit minute is tunathletes the moderns are stronger and theirrexertions than the ancients Wheth lu1 this may lit justly said III reference to military prowess iis perhaps nut quite so clear TheI standard pace of the HIOllrO1lIpo inches the length of feet been stellSIor tilt pace from where either footwaj lifted up to that on which thcsnniofoott was again set down The Roman mile of 11X10 juices was equal to rather more than ninetenths of our own statute mile and the legions usually mnrchel Ubof ours in live hours Hut this use toInlfutormnnee It must be remembered that the Ikomnn foot soldier curried a load of some lto pounds weight besides hit nrnis loscphus says that on the inarch he was but very little different from a beast of burden Lord olseley telU 1liS that a division lan march 2jinllti IIIIU hour if very well managed bud that as a rule time should lie calculated ordinarythalts 1Tht rationale of cadenced nmrchlnj is too obvious to require analysis amt nsportmulttSounds sold a great master of mill erorutorcises and at the same time deluding as it were Ithe toil of them If the band is broken up Lord Wulsoley cow fds olllcers to call upon the fi urns nol bugles The troops march 100 pet cent better than in silence and tbtl resource olio failing the men shou4 be got tto slug by companies All this ItIIS well understood by tilt aiielcnti Plutarch describes the Lacedaemoni ans when advancing to the attack u keeping pace to tho tine of thin 111uteH their music leading them laW danger cheerfully and unconcerned 3laxt of their actual marches howercr were performed in silence With such n WlellSII1IlIllxlwrlenceolr its advantages cndenced marching should linen fallen into almost total disuse during the middle ages To remove this defect In- I tithe French military system was one ol till chief labors of Marshal Saxe IntM middle of the lust century the musical instruments of the French army weft as poor as some of the socalled marches of their composers They ought indeed have turned their fits ami drums to better account for tht nature of their discipline Is sufficient Ily indicated by the following absent tlon by Marshal Saxe As every nW Is suffered to consult his own ease tw inclination some march slow Did otbjj ers fast but what Is to be evpfclw from troops that cannot be broughtOt Keep one certain regular pace the contrary their tt ell ordetetl mans ing was the glory of the IrusiW troops rand the victories of Fredtri- ttilt Ureat at Itosba Lett then and 7ortt dorf were greatly duo lo this Mtiiicriof Ity At this time the Germans JI4 marches of great merit as musical tom positions and the French poverty i1 this particular was in tact relief train a Cicrman source They ndojiied manyof the German insti mentH as well UK others In use nmOBit the Walloon regiments At this date trOOCtheSclplo told many another comPel tlon of n similar marked eliaracWr 11Jtfltrnln15 flote or for the solemnity of Heetn 1 ens fUllcrnlcllrgC1SITllmesOnzct1 An I llo outhIII1 think said Mr l1fOltown runt mny be but he gets upc II notlCCjpllCd+ 0 he does thnt so he cnn halt tune to loafTesuB Sifter I Y THE FARMING WORLD Ic- j 1ji iDAIRY STATISTICS IAaPotecut1dInlhacturlrafltennNurme The Idea is generally ifrvvnlaht that l the ai1nutt of butter whllll tuts of ante stars belt made by Individual dnlry glen was JiiKlffnillennt as compared with the otitpu of creameries and hut r tfr fictorlfs but figures given In Stn pities of tho Oalryfcby teary K it1 V I I vord chH of till dairy division allow 8 foundationi1 I i t In fndt tip lbj0I I While the Incrcnso In population from j i 1S5C to 1600 was u out 17U percent thel production of butter for the ronMiif- yrnr t of 100 oxcordetj that of issohy2- S4 t per rout ThIsHiierenHC wns not uniform with either mpulntfOtlgt but 1 rrmhietion but qultefthe fOltrlllp may be won by the following1 IIlK nurrnii l per CVnLn I Incrcaco from isro to I 1OIrInprciiM from Iro to 10113lncreare from l t0 to UOfIIOr- untUhCLAlloi510e CentyI 0 increase front 1WW to lxTO K IJ IncrtafC from lou to H n3uNaIncrouft from isso to l w Ms Emanating from mine other sources e the figures il1I h v MIt Alvord might t reasonably be subject to doubt but Mr Alvord Is nut ono whoa would know II inglysendl forth false In CII 1111 a tloll our bate an ollleinlI statement on mcro guess t work nnd bring In n position to know whereof he speaks his HgurtM iniiy tt- it be rolled upon as oorroetly1 rciiroNontin h the sltttatlon lint It will lu a tiniiio ce surprise to noarly nil who havo jrixcn to the mutter a thought to learn that s isper cent of all hater produced in t- fl countryuaN as late as isuo unite on t the furin lloro is what he his toisny I It on the subject I at TIll must noteworthy fort in oonneo of lion with the prodtiotion of putter on ie farms is that ni sit llst tlIihIL titI regr extension of tit ereamery cyst tatte and the doolino in tlumimuut of butti ciannuallyl exportedI sueh pniduetion I IS Las inoronnod even more rapidly tlian aspoPlllatlon To Ijjo Iiaek to tit oonsus to of ISSO It in found that the total pro r duction of I utter tin farms in isii was I at 11111dlnosli7puund + pOll jJllr a I t II the ninonnt reported was 511M SOSl I Iliwands whieh KIV an averajre of onlyI ef 1333 pounds for eaoli inhabitant Ipal to this fine there had hen no oreani ttr hatter I 111 pra erased pounds for eiieh inhabitant and that of aB creamery butter iis onnds for oaoh not Inlmhltantthetotal avoratfo brim tliif ou IfiOS us I tansitI butterillon onif l1a11ll1ll1ls 1per set capita of tit population anti sueh had x beta tit increase in the produotion ofrtltg Imttir in ttII pthtno I Iiiair 1024 Ipounds per unit of tho population nJJ s no creamery butter was reported1 I iiihiai t l per tent Hid toad I lv faunbltttM S I per ern t by tt- its tln eleventh ivnsus nenrly1 all was hairi Ill nl Awing ten years There is no doubt iI u the grtnteitt tlt I JlIIato1 thtprtstdnl faetoryoer- u elHAY BARN AND STACKS hI1QullllutlIh IIlclitht Choice timothy hay is quoted in ItillI IitlA1 I t ot At shipping pointh the price should l I titfrom seven to nine dollars per ton At icl these I inanvtonere barnithlIed neoeswiry 1 Dtt1I1I1Itng the crop easily IIlItll xI I ifs the j hnyjI t IIIntt 1 v 1 jj bad eca7r li1r I CAnIiirc I partItsof iI trt I Uy tr l onIny It iS iKiKHihletoput up hay instaeks i laltltht n minimum loss toil it require optIIn csIHrienccd Htaeked to do the buildI 111i I lag and till wUlkl winnot lhe trusted to al the ordinary farm hounds Tlu slmlII leshOUIIJ 1 1 be tramped well in the middle 1 I oethe forkfuls should he spread out nnd iffiat Us left in rolls Then when tl wlingI hoeitack has i 1 teem carried to II 114htight It should UC tOPPltI Out CIlIltulI1 t V with Slough urnHs the hides should1 Ieraked tt1t rAkeIi lottit1 SaI In the absence of help til dothis 1j i Wore Kldllfully we should build a 01y titlais R tery sbnplu ono toursfhave barns r t Wow wlucity hate alrcad- r y j I solved especcurei litthermcrtn MIXTURES To alike Thom IlRactlro UThoroaghlyUsers ottenIncoJ1Inilncpartlcsettling IhohllItnSJtnttonIns shown in rig 1 is mndo for UM wi a barrel lylnij in Itsldc craiderway carry hart and conlstsof nnnrmn of lint Iron o threefourthsInrhof tho pump anti entering the barrel about hI or eight Riches from urmISlIttnchldfolxhlthlNfto n socket shoat four Inches In lengt hUt is bolted to the htndof tbo AGITATION 1MPHOVKH SlIt IXQ- h Ml XT I I IKS barrel at At the lower end of the elbow is attached a short urns d whieh is joined to a long arm that carries theI dashers or agit tors e This joint is necessary in order that the dashers many lie on the bottom of the barrel and tat be lifted np i ItIIevery stroke of the pump Uith the movement of the pump handle tlhuI dashers move backward and forwardl over the entire bottom of the barrelIi + thus keeping the liquid in constant mo thin In order that the liquid that may havo settled on the bottom may he fith rc- rl 1taw thariuhlyueforr starting the paw5- 1st p the arm a is titled to the pump handle by a slot f so that it may be quid + slipped oil and wicked upward nn downward a few times before begin ning to pump All the parts are mido of II lit iron oneeighth inch thick Is- Su y threefourths inch wide and can tIeI made h one having facilities fur cut tiig such iron and drilling holes to fasten it together Tim ports are heldI together byshort stove bolts Tlu dahherH an fasteneil to the rod by serew passing through it In the ud1 jiiftniont of this apparatus to the halIthe pump mttht IIn brought near enough It tit end of the barrel to allow of the full sweep of the pump handle and the lItIlI Jlxod to tho handle so an folgive I full swoop to the elbow b that he dashers mny lit carried forward andI t backward to their fullest extent 1rof T1 Maynaid Mas nehusett Agricul tn nl College in Farm and Home I WAGONSIlotto Art Jinny llrntoin Why Iarllwu 1 shoiilil IM Tiifiin Ihc li und lists used on the wagon by some farmers are to be preferredI for obvious reasons On wet soft groundI they do nut cut down as tit o narrow tircoi do neither do they of i sandy or gravi 1 romls There nre advantage also in having thow hlII1I1Il I wheels much Totter than the or illltIWllllllg bulky or heavy prwIucH These wide tires nro much lights draft and kept in repair at less ex rplait theta the hlgit wheels with thetr tlIground Is soft airl the HoldsI nro cutI with the narrow Ures nail Ibcttim rt made to MifTcr from heavy draft J Tho public roads ire also Injured from being cut into ruts and dished out by having the earth carried from tits low wet spots upon Iby higher ground by tho tires having so little bearing sur fact to prevent them from kinking Into the soihyTwo vets of wheels are 1firth the low ones with the broad and tit ordinary ones for use on the linn roads There nre mnnufac Hirers offering these extras at reaou InableGARDEN AND ORCHARD Hotter thin thu fruit than prop thIIII trtr- c Peach graling is so clHIUMilt that It is usually better to bud All cutting should bo done withJj sniooth titan cuts leaving no stubs To plant trees antI not tako afro ol my theta I u Wflstt of tIme and money WhcJi strawberries tin through fruit 1 remove thou mulch nnd cultivate ltOno of the essential Items In growlni nlilitirr In curly flH good tropof ouentuiHl thorough cllltimtlllJlpc Too early seeding to glass rhino orchard than It benefits 01 moire to Uiough on certain sells It daa wl11lie enough bo Dwarf pear treiware touch Inclhicd lo ofyfruit from these trees emnes LouiehKeuublic I A MINISTERS WIFE I I I The Frank Statement of tho Pastor at jljFij babeensI I J tvlterriblemothan l with tfscvcro crick In her bUlk whichI I caunc1 real agony Ijo spent much forII onlyfoulI01911e Iii i try Itnk rills She has taken elplit boxes tutlito I rrmn pace uud btu grown much atronger and eels conthlcllt tllllt by the blessing or Woeto our friends Signed Knv J Ili Dlcsrnjj Ellnlrnx 1 J r Williams Pink 1llls contain In n I condciiKcd form nil tho elements necessary to Llvonoy life und richness to tho blood t nahmotor ataxia partial paralysis St Vitus dance sciatica neuralgia rlioumatlsin iurvons licadncho the utter effect of la I pdpltatlon of tho heart pale nod 1 sallow complexions nil forms ot cltlicr la male or female Pink wcikttcasl lli sold by all deulars or will bo sentftKistnidd I = on receipt of pilee 60 ccnun box or six bozos fill Sro they unj neror sold in bulk 1PIlliantsinbolllEIlIthIIt ItuthfromMiss Junes and Misn Holiluson ItutU lOh I 1 wilt thcmII31ooltlyu Lila Uurvcst Kxvunilou opportunitytostates mod enable tho Intend inj sottler to sa euro a home tho Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Ky hilts inranged to run a series of harvest excursions to South And North Dnkotn and to other states In tho Wool Northwest nnd Southwest on thou following fates July JlI AiiRURt4 and is September 1 IGl anil October 0 and 20 at tho low stun of two dollars anus than one faro for tho round trip Tickets will be nood for re IIturn on any Tuesday or lVidny within twontyono Mays from ilato of solo For rates thud of trains and further iletuils np ply to any coupon ticket iiKuiilin thou Kant South or ndilrohs Ono IL HcalTord Gouunil Iastiencur Agunt Chicago III Utrtsrflint man llncou oiTcxvd mil 113 for Hint larROstminUiuot mliio I Caller Oh thorn youve had It framed Yonhcrs Statesman A Superbly Ajipnlntrtl Trnln UmloubUdly the haiiilsoiiic train tea twcen Chicago und St Paul Minneapolis Superiors and Duluth is the North 1 Western Limited which leaves Chicago at tliio p nt dully via the NorthWestern Line Chicugol North WortUrn Ilyj Us cquil j 1 throughoutdi UiilTel Baulking and Library Curs stand u rd Sluepluu Cut s Uiida Curs nrd ladies coachos has every luxury which Ima lna Iulna can conceive or mind lucent for 1111c comfortniulconvoaloneocif passengers All I neonLs sell tickets via tho Chlcniro A North Western Hy Kor trill Information apply to ntreutsof conueoting lino or IIlhhct1i W 1 U KxisKiiKX lluul1A Chicago ill- TnlcngllFortrhutlsNantucketn0tnllI u Johnny= For sllpjters Why no Itd noted for whalimr Well I know it hull something to do wltli slipiicrs FITS stopped free coal permntiently curcilINo tits nuts 1I11ot days uso til Dr K linos limit Ncrvo Itos nrcr FriofS trial bottle tteatItUsei iixtti4ArrhsLlldht- No 1a MAN has mfr mercy on hh own bcse4 1nR Kin when ha cots It in anotiiar Uains Horn IT IU Heaven Itself that pafnls out a hereafter and intiamtutt eternity to man Adilison eOIliUlIIJ1tlnllINK Sootl St CovliiKton Ky Oft I UsU picasIonce when ho gala home aidnF- IATTIUY Is often a tnitllo of mutual moaniu Co Ito II Ilnlln Calnrrh Cure Is taken inturually 1rico 7TtC You mny follow luck to ruin but not to lueocjitk UarliulJ NILLrnfnAnnLnsH hnil 1II01I Imnln lRrvulllhIHuhcto Asiirbiilltfbildrou- I pa mSmarked flu other day us him Inns H tin strip n hnt a pity It M11101111 teals out fu our ircul can lloston TnuiHcrlpU a In TIIKIII much iwetry sent in to tho editor thou callus iiKlced of lit Dlcc boy PoetryI repliod that liitolllgi nl count rune thu inlltflr hiw pootry to burn PltlBhurph ChronlcloTolenraph Max 1Ltrrsiiixllow did you teiuh our boy not Ingo In Hwlmminff I Mrs 1ocaught hint ut U I gave him a bath VISITOK What makes you cros Tom my Don t vou uow little baby brother Tommy altviciously Well I tl till Homobody auto la nud sold ho looked Iliac mo Loount hu great cities of nnllqultv exclaimed an Kuffllsh clorpymnn thu other Wh ivaio thoy nowf Why sumo of them hove pciHhcJ so utterly thud It U uouOtful it thev ovtruxlNtOkH 1IoxI0 a great scheme for tho warn loux Lots buvo It Hoax Im going to keep n small boy ncur mo Biinrponliig Mlatopunclls It utwuys makoa blood run colt A Nrtonnoiuv Hjilrlt Mamma ron I In saw FroJdv Bunborn over to slide down our celhirdoorl Wont vou enjoy It just RII touch alouot No theca uio too many Bpliatura in It now Tag instincts of Uio nut arc yen unim considered ns tho nuts Lot tho 01II I bo u monitor n little body with a mighty art then all ite habits even that said to roccnty observed tlmt It never sloops bccouio suiillmc Emcison hoerIoyou BOO that man who has litJI come Lulu r They say la is cufhlcrof tho I Tenth national bunk1 LuluWhat hot I I- Ivu mot him ulrendy and hos only lu pres IdcuU Detroit Free Freak v eUojJIUtIlomoJolandnseeds of nmlurlo Wncrp nudurlM fever bytlllln13l Stomach Hitters Is both protection and nrmody No person who Inhabit or ojourn i Inn mlusmatlc ixglhn or country furtltylugilgonthmely tar dy seep+ la tonstbputlou kidney trouble und rheumatism g T1 IJI ron lotlntr thorn tqt certain Ihln i which ought to bo prlvlleSed fnun It viz religion mutters of stutc great persons anti business of Importitucc null nny CUll u that dcacrveth pityllutrou rinn Your SnHiwrrJVnUMC sow On tn IleI iiirrMiun Blnckthnr vU till InHul lltir- Itonly COt8SSro front lotroltSlft50 froraT61odo 518 front CUvoland frthou round trip Including ineulh titid berths One thousand Guiles of lako ride on new modern star steamers for tho above rates Send U cents for Illus trated pamphlet Address A A Schantz UP At Detroit Midi Youn lawn Is beautifully mowed It neverjawn does Detroit Kreo Truss You need need IIISKT jUluU 11 1 AWAYKNIVES I andRAZORS toraoupenawtfMail SmokingreC NEUTUTOBACCO JACK KNIVES PEN KNIVES 9 Staff Handle Razor Stool Firquality Amorkan e- llI 11nndforgcdandJ1nclytcmpcred rln4 RAZOrlS Highest Grad SStool Hollow Ground tI rltn how to secure the Absre ownn1gdaft2o ffc II Mall Pouch Tobacco Ie soldt all dultfl r fkncf now en 014 containing no roupo vrlll bo nc oiiliHl as ffl at tnt Cbunon 4 ot Jmjotv flag M two Cbwpeee UUSTRATEU Catalogue ColAer KaluabUXrtW irftJUniiiiuitfcn hoe to pet Ann Mailed on The Blooh Tobacco COlI Wheeling W VL- Ne Coui ona exchanged aer July 11Nf OUT PRICES ON PUMPS v Overythlnir the farmer eell U low Who sells low to him P Wo havo ropotteillj refund X to Join and therefore defeated Imlmlll corabl W nations and liavo tlnco 89 reduced the cost ot ru1Yn r- a and large sales No one knows the best pump orprices until he knows our 1Yo hand sod long Iwwor stroho pump with best seam call W thanGyonrdodcr Iliiyoonaollier Aermotor price anll r11ll1udellodbeclIa jJ deal wUIt the wotld has Ilvcn us moro than bill lUwltulmlll butine WoliivoiolTinch liouict ono near you Vnwfnr t 4mf llr lll itntlrirtuUt With a sharp stickyou turn up the dirt ancigct ground ready for planting but what a slow labori ous ineffective way of going to workl Not much more so though than the old for all Think I Grinding the clothes and down on a washboard with nothing but soap Athinksoaking boiling rinsing pPearlinc your washing and cleaning You something betterthan manufacture Coupons conponMtAstp clumsy fashioned way washing soap or a sharp stick when youre dealing with dirt ale 111 F The umpire now decides that I BATTLE AX is not only t decidedly bigger in size than any other 5 cent piece of tobacco but the quality is the finest he ever saw and the flavor delicious You will neverL know just how good it is until you try it PIUM and ff habits nrrJ Hook tent NtEK Urlt llWoollfl JJe cud Bros can of of it up STEADY WORK WK rAT want nn JAn lutolyb STRK CAIIRWKFKLTIICI A N KE 1614 I WIIKN WKITlNa TO At VJCKTUXVtC tote that TOB saw the MUtrUtIIpleae IbU v Vft v l- J J O 1- i fl u r y PRESS AND PEOPLE RoastRHon Lillard H Carter Democratic Elector for tbo Eighth congressional district bas spent the following red hot lletter to tho Courier Journal Gentlemen Yesterdays mail brought me a copy of your paper which was sent presumably for the purpose of calling may attention toIIA Hinging Address to the DemocraU of Kentucky signed by Oeo M Davie and ethers for the purpose inferably of influencing my vo In the coming struggle for deliverance If sin tlma address was meant for Democrat you erred not in send ing it to me but it is because I am a Democrat that i resent the sending It is tho height of impudence and tim extremity of folly for your dishonored sheet to attempt to influence anybody now uIt has for years played fast and loose with public confidence and party principles It has taught all creeds and betrayed all causes Within a single year with a pliability of conscience and vacillation of conviction startling even to men of tho press it has Mulled the chief executive and demanded tho rcmonctization of sliver and supported the administration and championed the cause of slugle standard You have misled the peo pie too long and carried your treachery too far It is an amusing sight to see tho trstwhilo StarEyed1 Goddcts of Reform a paltry sycophant fawning on Itobbcr Barons and Money Devils and send grAtul tously tho sheet for which men no longer subscribe I ask not how you arc enabled to send this paper broad cast over the land nor whereforo your change of convic tions2 The people have their opinions concerning these things Hut I will say that when I need your counsel or that of Mr Davie and others I will apply to you and in tho meanwhile tho aelf respecting voters of Kentucky take as an insult to their intelligence any ob trusion of your advice None who think and few who read are Influenced by you The people you have deceived and the party you C youCi know that you would destroy the party that rondo you becauso you can tint rule it into destroying the IIUIMCH in time interest of tho clnssca this latter thought me j thinks I learned from you in other days and that onrI r purpose U tho defect of your party and the election o- j I j a Republican president and that you are lending your J selves to a miserableI cowardly xubtcrfugo to bring about this result For mo thoro IH no compromise with dishonor loping that this may be taken as one of the 1 Voices of tho People I am very truly yours I LurARi II CAWTII li Chaurjo tho 0I I lime Now York World wed II Letters From the People which mire open toopiniotm pro tt tun con from Democrats Republican Populists Hollo crats and Plutocrats alike Here IA what HUll P AI r linker of Hnrrisburg Pa has to Fa- ySirI have been n render of The World for year I 4 s 4andI have crone to the conclusion that there are very fov people who iimlemtninl the money question Tho gold men nro talking third ticket Why dont they nominate one and show their colors No Democrat can vote for McKinley because ho is an unsafe man has only ono idea that is high protection I In JSOO tho people had a chance nt him on the tari t Iata3tWo are living under a gold standard today and have i been for twenty years and havo had two panic since silver was demonetized limo working class of people are of tho opinion that tho whole monetary xyHtem i14 rotten When the doctors Imyo a very sick patient theyI call in another and have n consultation then they chango the medicine nod that is just whnt time cot unm ItI i A people arc going to do Change tho medicine It didl 1 r not ruin tho country prior to tho 12th day of February f 1873 and monometallism will not ruin the country with I a brainy man like IJryim at tho head lie is far superior t IItoi McKinley in statesmanship o 1 o o j A Moneyed Aristocracy r Itchr dart says If tho single cold standard can be forced upon SouthII America and Asia as it has been since 1813 forced upon North America nail Europe gold must inevitably appre elate to at least four time its present absurd value j or to put it otherwise commodities must declino to one fourth of the present price and labor nil time world over be crucified as it was never crucified beforeIn days of mediaeval serfdom or oven chattel slavery Such is tho contest If time money lords can forco monomctalisni upon tho whole world they will succeed in establishing the most gigantic moneyed aristocracy among tho rich and tho worst system of peonage serfdom among tho masses that has over cursed tho Implci sons of mono a a Tho Anent and Minister of Ruin r Hero Is what Hon John J Ingallp Republican ex United States senator from Kansas thinks of gold flith1fulI treuehlrlousbreak it lens no friend it does not betray Armies andI j navies are not maintained by gold In times of pani and calamity shipwreck and disaster it becomes thoI agent and minister of ruin No nation over fought ni great war by tho aid of goldon the contrary in tho I crisis of tho greatest peril it becomes an enemy moro poM tent than tho too in tho field but when tho battle has been won and pence secured gold reappears and claims tho fruits of the victory 4Co d w Tho American farmers arc almost a unit for tho free coinage of silver Tho single gold standard has nearly ruined the farmers of tho United States ns it has ruined tho farmers of England And when tho farmers are in a bad shape everybody else suflcrs because of the solidar ity of society s r w 4 e m4I a4II wa ovoarm 4f4I 4f1 4JI tJIe CJIo Seventh unuol Exhibition OF THE illiI- j1 I1 1 1 aze roes i I j I t- 1frOCIAflOL I III I III u I I IAttheir Grounds in Hazel Green Ky onII It riiir AUGUST 25 26 27 and 28 1896 ttt I Gi 1VI 1FIRSTDAY Morning J0r111Bost loco Lamb 2 50 Best Buck any ngo 2 50 Best woanyngo 250 2OII 1 Best Bull or Steer Calf under ono year 5 00 11 I Best Bull any age 0 to first 4 to second 10 00 Host Cow any ago 0 to first 41 to second 10 00 I1 I t Host Pair of Cattle any age 0 to 1st 4 to2d 10 00 A AFIRST DAYAfternoon t FIHHT ltrttrotteb Pace halfmile heats horse l mare or gelding 1 year and urdor 2 purse 115 9 to first HI to second and 2 to third RNfntRN UAUK Iaco or trot purse 75 mile honts 2 ITTin 8 15 to first 20 to second 10 to third 1111I Posy Rerx11 hands and under running half milo heats 2 in 8 purse 25 15 to first 050 to second 5350 to third 111SECOND DAY Morning A6 l Boat Sucking Mulo Colt 0 to 1st 4 to 2d10 00 Best Mulu anyago 0 to 1st 4 to 2d10 00 illBust lack any ago 0 to 1stfl1 to 2d10 00 Best Harness Stallion any age 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 COflt Best Mnro or Gell1itg any ago 0 to lot 1 to 2d 10 00 1111 Host Bnud Marc and 11 colt 0 to 1st ioIto1 2d 10 00 111llnsi Saddle Marc or Golding any age 0 to first 4 to second 10 00 i I AU SECOND DAYAitornoon 280 PAn OPKN TO TIIK 11oatn11i1o heats 2 in 55 1puri H 2X 125 to first 15 to second 80 to third i TIIOT on PI2 years and under 8 half milo heats i Q 2 in 8 purse fili tl to first 1 to second 2 to third 111I I MnK KAUS Kunning half mile boats 2 in 8 purse 10 750 to first 250 to second A1 E THIRD YMorning I Best Morse any ago harness or saddle 0 to first 4 41 to socond 10 00 01hst Mare any ago harness or saddle 0 to first I to second 10 00 jl III blest Golding any ago harness or saddle 0 to 8 first 41 to second 10 00 011Best Colt oithor sex 0 to first 4 to second 10 00 Gontloman Equestrian 0 to 1st 4 to 2d 10 00 I 11Host Lady Equestrienne THIRD DAYAfternoon 0 to Jst 41 to 2d 10 00 HACK Half milo heats 2 in 8 purse 15 PIB1crcLt t j5 to second 6 280 THOT OIKX TO TIM WOULD Milo bouts 2 in 8 purse 200 125 to first +15 to second 80 to third t FASTEST Titorma MPLK Harness half milo heats 1 1 2 in 8 purso 15 10 to first 5 to second I POTATO 1tAck100 potatoes placed in n line ono TTTit apart purso 10 5 to first 8 to second 2 to i third i IljFOURTH YiJIorning i IIBest Pairi Mulesl any age single ownership 0 to 1 to second r1O 00 1111hl8t RACK Half mile heats 2 in 3 purso 15 t walk first half trot rack or pace second half and trot thirdcI I 1 1 FHKEFOHALL IxtNMNr RACK Half milo hoats 2 iini 3- third purso 50 80 to first 1250 to second 750 to I FOURTH DAYAfternoon i i280 TROT OH PAm OPKXTOTJIK WOULD Milo heats I 3 in 5 purso 200 125 to first 45 to second 80 to third 1 COX OIArIOX PPHSK roll BKATKX HOHSKS Harness milo boats 8 in 5 purso fl00 05 to first 2250 to secondl rl1250 to third IlAoixo TAI IlrrrFor tho most comical turn 11 put tho costuming of time rider or driver and tho dime idation of the horse or tho vehicle or both arc tho points considered 1 111IotnxJr 2 to third condition to be published FLORAL HllLEXHIBITS ifQif or Exhibits can not ho removed front time hull until time last day Tho Judges for nil field and garden prod ucts will ho gontlomen for all other products tho 111thuifNicestififll 1 I 1 Nicest and neatest made Calico Quilt 81 00 I 14JIandsornest1 00ULargest nail host Watermelon 2 t ILnrgost1 I Largest and best Xorshaw 2 Largest anti best Tomatoes ono dozen 2 00II Largest mend best Grapes ono dozen bunchesLargest and host White Corn half bushel 2 00 Largest and best Red or Yellow Corn half bushol 2 00 Largest and best Wheat half bushel 2 Largest and host Oats half bushel 2 00ILargest and boat Millott 24 heads 2 I Largest and best Apples half bushel 2 1 Largest mal host Onions half bushol 2 00 Largest and host Swoot Potatoes half bushel 2 00 Largest and best Irish Potatoes half bushol 2 00 BestSasllorJarofIioney200Best AllBestBest Layer Cake 2 00 Best Cako of Butter ono pound 2 00 One stand Apple Jresorvos2 00 11 Ono stand Blackberry Preserves 2 00 lIOneOno stand Currant Jolly 1 2 00 Pl Ono stand Blackberry Jolly 2 00 Ono stand Cucumber Pickles 2 00 13 Ono stand Sweet Pickles 2 00 Ono gallon Apple Butter 2 00 Largest mitt best Sugar Cane half dozen stalks 2 00 Largest and host Boots hal f dozen heads 2 00 Largest and best Cabbage half dozen heads 2 00 Largest and best Gourd 2 Handsomest Boy Baby under 1 Iour 5 00I1 IHandsomest Girl Baby under I year o I mho Judges of tho Baby rings will ho mounted tho awards aro mado 1 1 I I Throe 280 races onon to tho world Entries to races close thirty days boforo race National rules to I 11T fgOVOf all racing and also the nntuner of making entries No Charge for Floral Hall Exhibits Hond for cntn I III I- loguoI and other information i I It LAiO ttAar1 wxiiXtOBi H RoaasAv1 J I President Secretary I J 4- 1oaro tfJII er tItJIorsorsro ssrn s r 4 I I t it J I