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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- Tay 9 it J f t ti TITlE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 4 iieZJcjrJXX Established March 41885 Math Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll r l jjpgNCER COOPER Owner nnd Editor +w II Of n N Uy World With New From All Nation LumVrln nt IIU Jack tlOO A YEAR Always In Advance n I TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 27 1800 NUMBER 22L I = Constipation AMM MM half tho sickness IH the world It digested food too long In the bowels jeIIIISthe biliousness torpid liver Indl produces Hoodsbad taste coated I eIioodsFillsatlon Pills l tstasllpandthoroughly 25c All dntgglsls- rtpItii by C J ll00d Co Lowell Mm The only 111U to take with Hoods SarsUiiarllla ulngtoirand Eastern Railway Stele Table la Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND I No I rtioc NATIONS Nol Sundays Unity ex Iuilyonly Sunday- lerington10 00 tun H fiO JlIII 1 35 JlI- IIAfOIlII 1II 31 run rl 2i pm 3 fii JlIII 0 10 run Iii OS put pot WlncheeterI I S lH 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Athol Pi pnill 22 am- l I 4I 12 pm Elkatmni 12 pllllll 111 Kill fl 05 pm Jackson f Jo pm1l 7 Ram 5a pm u No 1 iiiIllarrive uiul depart from C A 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains nrrivndl depart Irons Nethcrhuid J D LIVINGSTON Vice 1res and C OIl Lieu r CHAR SCOTT ion 1ass Agent I THIS WATCH isKunrnntocd sanio as our 1100IO WAPCHESt- o I 1 run well anti tarp good time 1HE PRICEs 250I I This repJC8c solid nickol silver caso sloei i duploxSZI1JY Send in your orders or call and soo us whon you como to Lexington r tFred J Heintzito- I Manufacturing Jeweler rNr Government Bnlldln Lexingtont s r r Tho American Crisis Tune Maryland My Maryland I The foreign lords are on thy shore America America Arise and drive them from thy doorsAmerica AlllericarThey came with hearts already sold To cruel Mammon l1li of old And ofgoldAmerica Awake arie and look around My Uncle Sam My Uncle Sam Sec mortgages on all thy ground My Uncle Sum My Uncle Sam The dollars arise the produce falls As silver sinks dAndMy1 Uncle Sam My Uncle Sam Let freemen front their mountain hcighti Oh pilgrim land oh pilgrims land Assert their manhood and their rightsii Oh pilgrims land oh pilgrims land On plains and prairies far cad near On hills in valleys without fCllrtDefy the goldhugs haughty leer Oh pilgrims laud Oh pilgrims land liOn labors brow which hope RclorllI Columbia ColtIIIIThey shall not press this crown of thorns Columbia Columbia They shall riot crucify mankind Upon u cross of goldamid bled l Their setters on thy heart RIIIIIIIIIIIItColumbia1 Columbia Those stirring words young lUyan ipoktIAmerica America And men to semis nt truths awoke I America America Arose in might restoring thou Freu thought free pcuuh free press freemen Free silver with freo xohl alIllItAinuiIcH A UWtiOHIMalyst of tho New West Primary 011101011IAt n mooting of the hem wrhtic dis trict committee of the 2311 judicial dis trict of Kentucky heldItt BIll i1hII Ky at the courthouse on the thof f August 18 IIiat 10 am pursuant to notice duly given each member of MlillII committee by time clminnnn ihereaf present IM Cnllahnu chairman RIll I II Win rjooocy C C Manlf A P Cooper I hjP A Lynn jr proxy and Lewis i Wllwn by C 115 hill proxy said I several commitleoincn being clinirinnn of the respective Democratic county commitleo of the several counties com posing i fld mell judicial district Tho I meeting was called to order at 10 oclock a III by IM Callnhan chairman of tho IIJJ said district coinmiltcp and on motion Win CJooccy was unanimouslyi electedl secretary The chairinun statedlthu ohII jcct of the meeting and on notion of l C JII an I111 seconded by Win oiooccy the following resolutions lifter due dis cession were unanimously adopted It iis hereby ordered that a primary election he held by the Democratic party of the Jld judicial district on Saturday the 311 tiny of October ISllli for the pur pose of electing Democratic candidates for the office of circuit judge sold com monwealth attorney of said district to bo voted for at the November election 1S97 and the following rules are hereby adopted and declared to bo the rules governing said primary 1 J ftiid primary election shall be held1 subject to and in accordance with the law governing primary elections in thisI stale and the Democratic committee in 2Ud judicial district is hereby directedI to make and carry out till necessary provisions for holding said primary elec tions in their respective counties lbefore said primary elec1 I 1 Ten days lion tho candidates may present to eachIII county committee a list of names of per sous suitable to be ollicers of said elec tion distributing wild officers numeri cally at each voting place of said county committee shall select said officers staid election who shall be as nearly di vided as to judgesj clerks and sheriff among the various candidates a Not Inter than IS doss next pro ceding the holding of said primary dice tion each of the candidates for circuit judge shall pay to tho chairman of saidI district committee the sum of I150 andI Inch candidate for commonwealth at torney shall pay tho sum of 100 for the purpose of defraying the exposes of said primary election Should there not bo candidates enough to raise tho neces vary suns to pay paid expenses then those who have deposited in accordance with this requirement shall contribute pro rata said deficiency 4 The names of wild candidates nll have complied with Rule 3 shall boprli I redon tho ballots and no other names bo printed thereon and they shall be on said ballots in the order in which they shall have made the deposits with the district chairman in accordance with Rule 3 h 0 At the closing of tho polls the offi to core of the primary elections at each voting place shall count tho vote and destroy all votes except tho contested outs One representative for each can didate Khali be permitted to bo present n uring the progress of tho election and- Yat the counting of tho vote i and when the count is complete each of said repre sentatives shall receive a copy of the re cult and said result shall be proclaimed in front of the voting place in tho man ner required by tho law governing state The representation of the candidate as provided herein ahull rte ceive his authority to represent his can didate from said candidate in writing duly signed by swirl candidate G All known Democrats including minors who will bo 21 yens old at tho November election 1807 shall he entit led to vote ill said primary election in tho precinct ill which they reside pro vided they sac otherwise qualified under the law 7 Within such time as is prescribed by law ill state elections and in the same Dimmer said election returns of said primary election shall ho deposited with the county committee of each court ty at such place as said committee shall detijjnato at which to receive said rev urns Said committee is empowered to count the votes received by sill the can didates in said election Hurl certify the returns to tho Democratic district com mittee of the 2id judicial district a meeting of which shall be held one week from the date of said primary election at 1eatty ville Ky at which time nod place the returns from the respective counties shall bo counted soul the can dilates ascertained to have received the highest number of votes for circuit judge ill said primary election shall bo till Denrjcralic nominee for circuit judge ill said primary election shall be tho Demo critic nominee for circuit judge in the 2Jd judicial district at tho November election 18117 and the candidate ascertained to have received tho highest num her of votes for commonwealth attor ney in said primary election shall be tho Democratic nominee for commonwealths attorney for the lifd judicial district at tho November election ISIJ and said two candidates shall ho melt so declined the nominees for tho respective unites III aforesaidftesulvcd1htit the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Jackson Hustler HAXII fuiix IIiasln and Heattyville Kntcrprise- On motion of 0 H Hill tho commit tee then adjourned Kt CAIIAIIAN1 Clmirninn A P Cooriin Chin Magofhn musty Democratic Committee per R A Lyon jr proxyC IH Chin Wolfe county Wsr ioccKV Chin Leo county LKWIS WILSON Chin ICstill county proxysl i Attest I Seoy Spoons Free To All 1 road in the Christian Standard that MiM A MI Fritz Station Jfit Louis Mo would give an elegant plated hook spoon to anyone tending her ten 2ccnt HltttnpM I sent for one nod found it 10- II useful that I showed it to my friends and made l13 in two hours taking order for tho spoon The hook MIHXIII iis n bonces hold necessity It can not slip into lit dish or cooking vessel being held in tit place by a hook 011 the back The spoon fis something firstinvelltell 1 ever since spoons were Any one can got a sample spoon by trending ten 2cont stamps to Miss Fritz This ii- a is splendid way to make money around homo Very truly n= 1 JIANNrr S TUB following model interview is printed in the CourierJournal Iroat n Somerset lawyer If everybody else was equally honest the heated term would pass more quietly W C Curd lawyer of Somerset Said I have brew n Democrat all my life and willI support tho ticket I do not pretend to know anything about the money ques ties Jly party in convention assem bled have spoken nnd I bow in humble submission to its mandates c- Treiioi Tho statutes if the United States say Every person owing allegiance to the United States who levies war against them or adheres to their enemies giving them aid and comfort Is guilty of treason Applying that definition to politics we have Every person owing allegiance tho Democratic party who adheres to tho enemy giving it aid and comfort is guilty of treason against the Democratic party Now what are those Democrats whore demanding a new ticket doing except 1 giving aid and comfort to the enemy I ou cant get the leaders in that move meat In Clark county to admit that their purpose is to insure the election of McKinley but that is undoubtedly their purpose I General Edward S Bragg of Wiscon a sin who was by the convention which our friends Frank Dudley surd Judge Haggard attended at Indianapolis InstI week appointed chairman of the organi sation which 1is endeavoring to nominate II- n third ticket let tho cat out in an interview ill New York a few days ago which was published with a good dell of 1 relish by the Tribune the lending Ke 1 puplican paper in that city In that I interview lien Drngg snidliThe third I ticket is in my estimation the surest way to assure tho election of McKinlcy 111111II Hobart and we arc working to that elldI Wo are going to poll a big vote lUlIlI those Democrats who want to may vote for McKinlcyI I and other Democrats willII vote for till third ticket thus Mr Ilryans strength will be out into deeply In this way thousands of votes that would otherwise i drift to Bryan will be turned IIlIidlII surd while out going to McKinley will deprive Hrynii of that much strength and accomplish his defeat If wo wowII to go to Democrats and urge them to I voto for McKinley we would rccoivo a sneering reply that if wo want to bo 1o publicans we stay but that they era 1101I going to be turncoats Oni tho other hand if we go to them and ask them to vote for a Democrat they will listen to us Wo shall iiiako our light on IhlltI line We hope to get l0000 to LfiOOO votes in Kentucky Wo expect to etI from 1001111111 tvotes ill Indiana We shall H 11 a largo vote in J lIillOiI and wo expect to draw cinmgli votes away from llryan in Missouri to throw the balanco in favor of McKinley Thus wo expect to have those Staten site for McKinley The fight in this campaign is to lo in tho middle western states nod there wo shall mako our tight to get all tho votes wo can Wo shall not draw from McKinley hut by Happing tho strength of llryan wo hope to draw away enough to accomplish his defeat In tills Interview Clen Hrxgg has shown the true IUd only purpose of tho leaders in tho movement for another Democratic ticket send now that tho real purpose Is revealed wo do not believe that tine Democrats of Clark county will give 11111111111cOlllfort to McKinley by voting for a ticket which is being placed in tho field for the solo purpose of defeating the regular Democratic nominee stud electing the llcpiiblican candidate Dont IH deceived about this mailer If you are urged to veto for it third ticket in order to maintain the integrity and principles of the Democratic1 party say to the one who is trying to lend you astray that yon have read what Gen Hragg tho chairman hiss ulll wan their real purpose and that you will tint ho tray your party and holp elect McKinlcy Winchr tr Democrat 0I1lonay reads in a Minute I Inure not made leas than sixteen dol lars any day while selling Centrifugal1 Ice Cream Freezers Any Tune fehould make from five to uight dollars a day selling cream and from wvon to ten dollars selling froeorn as it is such a wonder there is always n crowd wauling cream You can freeze cream elegantly in ono minute and that astonishes people so they all want to taste it nod then many of theta buy freezers as tho cream is smooth and perfectly frozen Every freezer is guaranteed to freeze cream perfectly in one minute Anyone can Bell ice cream and the freezer sells itself My sister make from ten to fifteen dol lars n day J F Casey Car 1 M3 St Charles street St Louis Mo will mail you full particulars free so you eau go to work and make lots of money any where as with one freezer you can mnko n hundred gallons of cream a day or iif you wish they will hire you on n salury j J- J f The Diltid Itttu iii Iillt- Rev JM Thoburn bishop of tho M E church in India in an interview at Cincinnati had this to say to an Enquirer reporter in tho financial question I did not mako any such statement regarding silver as the TimesStar credits mo with The reporter of that paper entirely changed the whole of my utter ances on the money question and gave hlmllclfIoJd is awRyt sliver basis though really silver in India has been demonetized since Juno 1893 The demonetization of silver in India was brought about in this manner The English government tttoppml tho India mint from coining any more silver bull- Ion into rupees Previous to this edict merchant could pay his bills in bullion which hind n standard value as this bull ion could be taken to tho mint and bo coined into rupees but since the closing of tho mints tho value of the rupee has been uncertain nod that is proving very disastrous to tho country What is needed Is n stable currency n coin that that will keep its value over night Since tho Indian demonetization ofIIIIYor tho price of tho farmers products has been depreciated Tho whet buyer of England will como to JmUwith his gold buy rupees with it and with these rupees ho will buy wheat selling it again in tho English market for gold This has greatly aided in depreciating price of American wheat If silver be comes n standard 100107iI believe that Indian wheat would sat find its WilY as it does now to the London and Liver pool markets Personally I have no choice on tho money question except that I doeiro to sea a Htablo currency Tho business cuno of India today is the uncertain value of the coin of tho country The Hank uf Bengal has millions of rupees to luau hilt is afraid of extending credit on account of thin uncertain atmosphere that lounge over the commercial prosper ityOf thai land What India needs is u standard valuo on her silver coin II India Iis today looking toward tho comingi election in this country and if tho United States declares for tho fret coinage of silver the price of rupees will greatly increase Jlnsiness will IKKHII up and the wheat of India would not under bid tIne American wheat in tho English market as it now docs Whnt would be tilt result so far ait commercialI reltivosidp between this cquntrv and India ifall vor carries tho day at tho next election Would Amor ican products timid their way in largo quantities to tine rIndian market wayti asked1 I think tills country would benefit by the change Tho Indian merchant like every other person buys whore be can get tho most for a given suns nut frco coinage of silver being inaugurated here once moro would mean that silver countries would naturally trade with tho United States A Million Gold Dollars Would nut bring happmeiM to tho iperson sulloring with dyspepsia hilt Hoods Sanmparilln ins cured ninny thousands of cases of this disease It tunas the stomach regulates the bowols and puts nil tho machinery of the system in good working order It cronies a good appo tile and gives health strength and hip plnww Hoods Pills act harmoniously with loads Sarsaparilla Cure all liver ills 25 cents The Winter oi 18007 A Winchester Sun reporter mot Prof A JC Murtin tho colobratcd weathbr prophet In Lexington n few days ago and interviewed him Tho dIn was quite warm raid limo professors predict ions which are hereto attached were quite refreshing First frost September T First snow October 27 or November During the winter thorn will bo 81 snows The biggoit snow will fall January 27 1817 Thcro will be four ico spells ono in ir December two in January and ono in February 11 jColdest winter in thirty years So saying the professor hlatedlJbUI green umbrella and passed out of sight loA 1ff11 1 nom1 3 I wC C ijI THE HERALD BPKKCBR COOPER PtiDlUdl+ HAZEL GREEN 1t t tv BLIND BOYS PLAY BASEBALL Game Differs fn Many Details from tbo Regular Ono Prof u B Huntoon of the Kentucky school describing baseball among tho blind says The baseball game ilifTeis of course In many of KB details from tho regular gnmwj The diamond Is not of regulation sloe but iIi of regulation form The distance between bUtleR is but 40 fret Tho fielders ore stationed the same an in the National league game with the exception thnt there is a right fihortaton thus making ten men to a aide In tho outfield in public games there IB an unlimited number of players each taking u turn at the but ilrst moving up cne pcuitlon whenever uba Uunuu IH put out The catcher sits on the ground well back from thj homo plate and to guard against injury ho wears a musk untl a cheat protector Ills position is such that when n pitcher delivers a ball it strikes the ground just between the knees and iistukeu on the short bound The batsman takes his position at the plate with u henry flat bat sonic whnt like those used in cricket The umpire who must be a nunn of unim paired vision culls upon tho pitcher to get ready and then clearly cings out One too thrcol At the worth lace that pitcher must loyally deliver the bull Ho pitches in the slow underhand way peculiar to the game 25 or 30 years ago tho idea being to deliver a hull that win be hit by the Iwtcinan who standing there in the darkness with sharpened sense of heating nnd a wonderful lon ception of the time that niiiHt olupso lie fore tho ball reaches him Is prepared to strike If thu bat+ ntmt should mils the hall bounces into the en toilers lap sad Is re turned to the pitcher by a single toss with n precision that is wonderful When the hull Is batted tit umpire wills out quickly to the fielder In hose direc tion it Is traveling and he guided b a nensc of hearing either cntohos the bull or follows it in its course through the grass Six strikes lire an out In field ing any number of bounds Lure permit ted If the butted ball is u hot liiui and traveling st might for an inllelders head the umpire limits a warningI and in such cases the playerduekvor fnlU to thu turf It is possible in fact the 1m II Is fre quently fielded to llsl in time to put out the runn r When throwing to llrst the UKsistini plnyer who is guided by the voice of the huNcnmn oulculutc the dlstaneis with sleety and throw the ball so that U strikes the ground a few yards in front of the baseman tune later hears It coining unit usually lttlltwlth out further hSMstancc Cunning bases was formerly a dtllleult thing There were then throe trees on the dlamord toward which the runner ran with out utretciird hands Hugs have since beetI Kilbstltnted for buves and the runner is guided by tlu voice of till baseman who is required to shout Kind tirst llrstJ In like manner the other bugs are won Once on r base tin runner IIs pretty sure to get home unless his silt dim at tithomo plate Six Outs put a side out Boston Transcript A TREES GROWTH ZIQU of DmrlojMKiiit SrUMitlltiiitly- Auuljrtiul If you wish to become thoroughly ac quainted with the trees mode of growth the lIMit thing of importance is to keep in view the functions of the camblan Inversoft spongy sub stance 1 lying Iwiween the wood prate tl I and the bark The pulpy porou sub Ktanee Iis really M tissue of minute cells visible only under tilt mioroseopo UK Ii t upparentlyall thesame size and jhupc in any given variety of tree TIll cell lying nearest the bark contribute a per manent accretion to the Itrees conHug while those wlilch lie nearest theVuon i slowly cluing from camblan layer to the real tree flbor In this way the bark becomes thicker such year Iud at the Kime tints the rtaee Itself is pcrmunont Qy enlargedIn and early summer the hark on nil tauct Is to n certain extent loosened to peruult of theeambiant layer exercising Its fnnctloiiK and when tlli wholly cease the result is manifest in the ring or now wood mud the this layer of newlyformed Inner bark Tae ends of oituh limb have also grown perceptibly from two inches to twt- feet according t4 the species bit- knots tt marks Corks etc on tree trunks are no higher from the ground than thoj were the year before If some out tells you that a ilianb which is now hilt throe or four feet from the ground will be high enough to walk under when the tree gets its growth put him or liar down na a person knowing but little of the natural history of trees Bt Louis Republic I HiInc Silver ulhtra Tho sjBtein of leasing in vogue at Idaho Springs Col leas reached a point where It has proved advuntagcous to both tlio owner and the lessee of a mine and as a result there Is a large number of properties being worked i workingsiWithin ono year they cleared about 1800000 and since then the owners have token out 3 000000 worth of orMChl JIao JrOcca o c COMPAHE THE CANDIDATES ttrymn Record Mild Ability Ovenhdo 11x1Inuty a lUpublicun tuctlclauu have not yet settled upon the line of attack which is to convince the American people that llryan lucks presidential qualifications luring thlll iperiod of indecision th y are letting their voters become very much confused on one polntUItm abilities as a public speaker One day recently a republican organ averred in till same article that Bryan was utterly unable to make an offhand speech and that nil his early iMilitlcal successes were obtained by his gift of gab In addition to this conllicl of assertion it publishes in the same issue three extemporaneous speeches made by the democratic candidate In Illinois NumlHrless other republican organs have iMcn see wnwimug between the two allegations that he cannot speak except by committingI every sentence to memory and he is n mere talking ma chineI without thought or knowledge that he cannot prepare n sjieooli except with InlxiriotiH reference to looks and that he is a freak of verbosity ho has no capacity or training as a student Democrats ore willing toend this try ing republican perplexity They will be generous nhout It Republicans may choose weapons ground and code for n contest iMftwcen the two presidential candidates I IPOLITICAL vUNCMU SAM II have hero n very I I curious hut You rosy think there is nothing lilt but 1 giveI aCe siniphi twists of thuvrlit- 11hinlrys specialty iis the tarUT 17 1hI does not Know that hodotsnotI know anything Tuko hint then at his bestI Compare Lucy speech he ewer mule MII the tuiilV iUHNtion or any part of it with iny tnrttY speech llrynn over made The test ought to show which is the closer ond abler student of n public question nail MoKluloy has all the presumable advantage If that door not suit bring the two men face to face before Lucy audience ill any American town Ohio towns not burred Select tilt particular brunch of the particular issue troll gist notice be forehand or spring It UK a surprise to both at the opening till meeting MoI hiuleyvaS in congress when llrynn uusdiduto when ilryan nut iiuioh post boy hood entered congress ForI almost as i1I1II yearn as llryan spent on earth ho has been in contact wit11 great speak n hurl grout issue Ho has lived in M state of grotit campaigns Ho ought to jilny with tin young Nebniskuu in such II contest Piit ho nerd not carry weight for age Any weight any roars nn It nditlons aro at his option If tits ropiiblicansdcem undignitled as1Cl1 debate let rash prepare a paper 1ou any topic associated nlth nationil government Ilrgislnttradtniiiistrativr- or I I i judicial iMiioorning till past pros productionst7 I ttllc of of imagination or of logici or of humor or of spirit or of universal phil osophy one or all Wlwtovor Uilllain Bryan is or iis not as an orator or a man of public affairs lit is the superior of McKinloy He Ialll 1111uf MoKinloys laudedI virtues and more of every quality or acquisition tluit snakes one man greater than an otln r lie knows nuns of every subject that Interests mankind Ho could have a nenoim chill and make n more hell liant oration or a more profound argu ment on MiKlnleys pet theme than llnltor slid or ever will make McKinle H friondw will agree togo before jxyiplo on a comparison of some sort theyahomld decently drop the subject nf ability in the arts of ex pression and present their llguivhoad1 jor the trusts OH n man who thinks sa- n itch that he never learno to tell his tho ugldsSt Luutn JUpubHct 1 ATTITUDE OF MKINLEY Mark llnnnuii Candidate It a Doubtful Article Mr llnnim must now i crccfvo how unfortunate and unsuitable is his selec lion of William MoKtnley as the rvpub licnn candidate for president McKinley was selected bccntiKc of Hnnnas belief no doubt an honest one that the American people were anxious to reverse their verdict twice ren dered of emphatic disapproval of the McKinlcy bill In n campaign in which McKinloyism was to be the paramount issue no fitter choice of lender could bo made than the wan who gnve his nanui to the system We know Unit Mrl Hanna Intended that the tariff would 1 be the great issue we recall how he strove to make the currency plank noncommittal and meaningless and how for months ht fore the omen tion he padlocked Mr McKlnloys liter on the grtnt question of the currency HannnH plan wait to sidetrack the cur rency question upon which he knew ills party to lc divided and give prom inence to the tariff upon which lie be liuved his party to be substantially a unit It might or might not have proved go Hl generalship in the campaign to follow at any rate events leave changed till entire line of battle Kventa have outgeneraled Mr Hanna they have sent to the rear the only question upon which Mr McKinley stands for Lilly SLEIGHT OF HAND has Units the fold just see all it contains thing vital and positive and brought to the front an I hut upon vlilcli Mr MeKluloy pus slullllelmutt dmlyod iind kept silence and upon which his known record must inevitably excitu prOfotlad distrust Now perceiving this drift of things and believing his play to be n siuhhn discovery that ho has nil liking born u soundmoney 1111111 dtns ho finallyI spend In no uncertain terms 11tlrt assiiraiHe lass the country that Ice would Ito u fret coinage rider to K high tarilV hill The veriest dolt knows that in no other form will a high tat Iff bilk post the next congress and yet Mo Kin ley is silent on tint point Ho voted for the Sherman hill N lid de clared himself in Ilt UIl for the double xUuidanlIMdontly 1 MoKinley will not got the votes of hundreds and thousands of soundmoney men who might vote fern republican of clearer record Li nil great or bravoiy on the money question This tariff question must inevitably drive away the KiipH rt of democrat and inilcMiiient and what Iis there- In his inrivney record to attract them It1 may not be too Into to consider the withdrawalI of MoKinloy and the sub stitution of iov Morton or Senator Al lison or sumo other republican propel 1 Ij representing av MoKinloy lots not and oannot the antithesis of Mr Itry ants known and undisguised views ou thf money tpicstJonI Albany Argus POINTS AND OPINIONS MrI Hryun has not hind to leave the democracy the democracy hnr thrown itselfI into Ills arms Thu MI r llryan will bo II winner is n foregone conclusion X OI Times Doiuo ern t It is freely admitUd that the campaign funds will 1on the side of the republicans this year lint do the American ooplo propose to let their presidential election IR decided by slush ftuulsSL Louis Republic W J Bryan the nominee of the doniooratK tor president possesses all till qualities thatt could be desired in n candidate Ho Is the strong and youthful Joshua who will loud the hosts of democracy out of the barren wastes created by hall monometallism mute the promised land of prosperity Chattanooga Timca HELPING A BASHFUL LOVER Vlun Snea Mother Took a llunil the AfTwIr Wa Settled Right Off It was a two roomed log cabin and after supper Mrs Coots and I sat down in the front room and ioit her laugh ter Sue a girl about 18 years old to cltnr away and tidy up Shu had just finished when a young man slipped into the kitchen lets headgear was a coonskin cup the bottoms of his trousers were tucked into his bootlegs 11111 he was as awkward and uu gainly as a cow on ice Howdy Joe saluted the girl as he entered How howdy 1 he replied as he sat down on the edge of a chair and fum bled with his cap Thats her beau whispered Mrs Coots to mo over her knitting Joes port miff butt powerful shy Bin toting Sue fur nigh a yar now but haint done axed her to marry him The girl took a sent on the far side of the room and for ton minutes not a word was spoken between them Then she finally queried lows liars Joe I Haint seen a bnr in three mouths he replied There won another painful interval and then Sue ankcd lions coons Joe Coons Is plenty h = replied as he avoided her glance Thats the way it goes whispered the mother They jilt sot and sot rind rot and talk bout bars and coons and sioh Lund 1 do declar Im glt tin all upset Five minutes litter just us the young man seemed on till point of 1 leaving Sue kindly inquired Killed1 any possums lately Toe Narytiue he replied as he stared itt his hoots I cant abide that no mo unuttered Ithe mother as she laid aside tier work and arose What are you going to cnt Iasked CIt m together or sheer him off She wnlkod out into the kitchen and stood before the young man ruin sternly demanded Jar Skillman did yo dun cum over yen to borrow an L- uxNno mum ho stuttered Did yo route to cute 1yes IICI11111111ISue do yo want to lie rated tKockon iI do answered Sue Then yo all list listen to mo Joe yo pit over on tuther side tine you snuggle up to him leI gwino to blow nut the candle fled leave yo jin the dusk fwd luoa the stranger gwino to suit on the fur side of tother room and talk 111111SC got mighty tired of thin rill round and yo all has either got to fix or untiv things this very Light An hour later when Joe wont home Situ rolled her mother out cull held u whispered conversation with lieu Lull whoa Mrs Coots returned to mo she smiled grimly and explained They all rue gwino to be married next week Truth P FORTY WINKS AftrrIUimrr NHJIH CoiHluclvo to lliiltli and to lrtiM r indention Well dined Immunity will feel re lievedI to hear lhedcisiun itfthe medical professor that the timehonored insti tution of forty winks after dinner isi conducive to health ami a beautiful re cupelalive process Plethoric full blooded people lave feared to indulgi in this tempting settling of a heav feed several English practitioners lure made a severe attack on the siesta at tending to apoplexy or nightman but the Medical Press declares this idea tis founded on a inapprchcnsion of tin physiological functions of thc stom nch and brain and this is what it says answering the question Is it harm ful thus to fall asleep niter a men Iy no means The process is 1I1lIIIphysiological ono rind as such when I occurs is quite natural Vhon digestion is in progress nature arranges this all the available blood in the body shall bo collected in and about the digestive organs Consequently tIll blood MIJ ply to the brain falls to a low rib and thus sleep iis easily induced On the other hand physiologically it Is vrniig IICIII brain work to bo attempted illlI mediately after u solid neal Which IIIs a most comfortable doctrine lint 1111I thcjltllllltiulIS 1lhlelCorPOIl2ICjIaflstraight bOll chairs of modern fashion1 Would these heavy diners be able to restrain the snores with which nature fillets the children of men in their un conscious moments If the MO winks method is to receive public and im mediate postprandial adoption nnothei order of diningroom furniture nniet prevail People who are in the uabit of dining tint wisely but too well must insist on the introduction of the classic Homnn style of couch or triclinia round tits mahogany and on that extend theta pelves as gracefully as may be until the digestive organs have done their duty Ienefleent sloop It would work well tvcnnt the dinner dunce for then guests however light of root would awake re freshed and their general happiness be promoted because indigestion would be nvoidedBoston Herald Michael Angola was the greatest architect of his own or any other age Ills monument Is St Peters at Rome but beside hit Architect Ural genius he was n great painter nod a sculptor of U o firstt rank That Torrllile HftHirgn Malarial disease is Invnrltiblv su Gla menUd by disturbance of the 11bowcllTofecotheeremedyoughly its nrrrdlents Lure Pure rind who bullasystembroltettI slertiofstrengthkidneYCrlllllIIIII1ouquorci1b findreruurkably jlett t 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EDUCATIONAL nnnr vvv v v +w1 IMJAbtlegctrepitatortrhnlnnlllalydeIii live lvrrrlly oCicaFo HtrontilriaitiiiRiiti In Murl and Art Intiodtrturrvourrelnioiiinion Hiidihbin rhr Trnnopelirpt1119IIIshitlutternrunttIhin FRANKLIN COLLEGE Country NEW ATHENS Ohio jI dtluun u trar 0uan n furnl hfilrooiii nltin UnrMioMawcttirilolcot Ilttlayearcuur nortloon Thnnifufr 0 Ultf rat witbplantoterntuudatr1NI1Llaasntt7 ii J e I DK TALMAGE pelivers a Sermon on Good Parents and Good Children nalt That Kun In r mHw and the food or tad Mlooil They Represent Tho Law of Heredity The text chosen by Rev Dr Tahnng for his sermon Sunday ways I Samuel thouisthouog man 1 Never was there a moro unequal fight than that between David and Go- lIath David five feet high Goliutl ten David a shepherd boy brought up nmhl rurulHcmles Oollath u tsar rior by profession Goliath mountain ijofbraggadocio David a marvel of hu nillty 0llIlth armed with an iron spear David armed with a sling with smooth stunts from tho creek Hut you are nut to despise these latter weapons There was a regiment of lingers in the Assyrian army and a regiment of stingers in the Egyptian armyand they made terrible evocu don anti they could cast a stone with as much accuracy and force as now can be sent shot or shell The Greeks In their army had slingers who would throw leaden plummets inscribed with the irritating words 11 Take this Si it was a mighty weapon David cm ployed in that famous t thettprobabilitytisIsh rabbis that that Jolluth was in such contempt for David that in a paroxysm of laughter Jic threw his head back and his helmet fell oft end David saw tin uncovered forehead and his opportunity hud conic and taking this sling and swing ing it around leis head two or three times and aiming it at that uncovered forehead crashed it in like an eggshell The battle over behold the tableau lung Saul sitting little David stand Ing his lingers clutched into the hair decapitated Goliath As Saul sees David standing there holding in his hand the gl istlyreel1ingstaring trophy evidence of the complete victor over pods enemies till king Herders what parentage was honored by such heroism and in my text lie asks David his pedigree xvhuM son art thou thou young man TIll king saw whuttyou17111seethat this question of heredity is a mighty question Flue longer I live till morn I believe in blued good blood bad blood proud blued humble blood honest blood thieving blood ho roii1 blood cowardly blood The tendency may skip a generation or two but it is sun to come out as in a little child you sometimes see n simi larity to a grcatgrandfathor whoso picture hangs on the wall That the physical and mental and moral quali ties are inheritable is patent to anyone who keeps his eyes upon The sim ilarity is so striking sometimes as to bo nmusing Great families regalor literary are apt to have the character istics all down through the genera tions and what is more perceptible in such families may bo seen on a smaller scale in all families A thousand years havo no power to obliterate the difference The grout lip of the house of Aurtria is soon in all the genera times and is called till Ilapshurg lip The house of Stuart always moans in oil generations crueltyand bigotry and sensuality Witness the queen of Stotts Witness Charles I and Charles II Witness lames I and lames 11 and all other scoundrels of that hut Scottish blood moans porsistanco lEng lish blued unmans revoroneo for t 11 ancient Ylsh hued mo ns religiosity Danish biood moans fondnos for the 4 sea Indian blood moans roam lug disposition Celtic blood niians foividity Human blued means conquest The Jewish faculty for accumulation you may trace rivets Llle t Abraham of whom the liiMo says lie was rich in sllvrr and gold and cattle surd to Isaio and Jacob who had tIll saute character istics Some families urn oharactoriod by longevity and they have a tenacity of life positively MothuAoltsh Others are cliaiartrlml by Goliatliian stat arc nun yon can see it for one genera tion two generations five generations in nil generations Vigorous theology runs down in tho line of the Alexan ders Tragedy runs on in the family of tine Kemblcs Literature runs on in the line of tho Trol lopes Philanthropy runs on in the line of the Vllberforcos Statesmanship runs on in tho lute of pleullarItlc generationsHenry of Navarre re religiousTitomathematicians The celebrated fair Hy of the Medici grandfather son and Catharine tall remarkable for keen in hislaw of heredity assorts itself without reference to social or political condi tion for you sometimes Hud the Iignoble In high place and the honorable in oh cure place A descendant of Ed- Ward In tollgathcrcr A descendant of Edward IIn doorkeeper A descend ant of the duke of Northumberland mightiestfamilieswine of those most honored in the Peerage go back to an ancestry of hard Buckles and rough exterior This law of heredity is entirely independent ofsocillor political conditions Then Son thudavarjce and jealousyand sen full swing in- somo j lt1 familietrho violent temper of iriclc William is the inherIta- nce of Tederlck the Great It Ii nut a tit flY founded by worldly losophr but by Dlvino au j thority unberhowgenerationtherlghtlousvipersofstubbornthefathersuntotheI that the generation So iI theforcemightietthouthouWollf1IS someone tint theory discharges me from nil responsibility Horn of sanctified parents wo are bound to be good andwo can not help ourselves Horn of houndtoI can help our I selves Two inaccuracies As munch as if you should say The centripotal bringeverything thereforecentrifugal force In nature has a tendency to throw everything toI cerJ1thingperiphery1oucan make the centripetal forte O IIII come the ll1tllfIlRallIucl you canII make the centrifugal overcome the I mightytidemay overcome by determination to evil as in the ease of Aaron Purr the liber j tint who Jima for father President I I Purr the consecrated as in till case of t I ofII I i some of tho boa men tool j women of this day mire those who have come of an ancestry of which it would not bo courteous to + poak in their pres met Jut practical and useful object of this sermon is to show you that if you have come of a Christian ancestry I then you arc solemnly bound to pro serve neat develop the glorious inheritance I or if you have cattle of a de praved ancestry then it is your duty I to brace yourself against the evil tendency by all prayer and Christian determination and you arc to timid out till funnily frailties tend in arming tho castle put the strongest guard at tho weakest gate With these smooth stones from the brook I hope to strike you not where David struck Goliath in the head but where Nathan struck David in the heart 11husc sun art thou thou young man11 There something in nil winter hunt idays to brinir up tIll old folks I think manyof our tlimi hts at such times am set to the tune of Auld hang Sync The old folks even so busy at such times in making us happy and perhaps on loss resource made their suns and daughters happier than you on larger resources are able to lIIalour sons and daughters TIll snow lay two foot those their graves hilt thy shook off the white blankets and mingled in till holiday festivities tho sumo wrin kles the same strop of shoulder under the weight of ago till sumo old style of dress or coat till same smile till samo tones of voice I hope you remem her them before they wont away If nut I hope there are those who have recited to you what they worn and that there may be in your lhouse some article of ties or furniture with which you associate their memories I vint to arouse the most snarl memories of your hurt while I make the impas sioned interrogatory in regard to your pedigree Whose son list thou thou young man First I accost all those who are der scendants of a Christian ancestry I do not ask if your parents were perfect there are no perfect people now and I do not suppose there were any perfect people then Perhaps there was sometimes too much blood in their eyn when they chastised you Hut from what II know of your you gut no more thud you deserved maul perhaps a little none chastisement would lave been uuluitanytut you are willing to acknowledge I thinkI that they want od to do right From what sun overheard in conversations and fnni whlltII sew at the family altaryou neighborhood obsequies you It that they had invited God into 1I0II heart and life Thorn was that sustained those old people supoi naturally You have no doubt nboU their destiny You expect If you ever get to IHeaven to meet theta just as expect to meet the Lord Jesus sun Christ That early association has been fur Thieve was a thana charm yon when von gut right up froll1l1 house of iniquity and walked out unto the fresh lilt because you thought your mother You have neverwas luulthtgat you sin because of a been very puppylit sweet old face that would present Iit self Tremulouis voices from the past until they wore seem would accost you inirlvI audible tend you looked around There was an t stats who spoketoo ooc not mentioned in the last will and testament a vast estate of prayer jI andI Iholyxnmplo1 and Christian JheJmemoryentreaty and glorious survlvors of the family gathered to the will read and this was to hear and that was to be sold and It lu kept alike lintshare and sharewas unwritten will that rend was an iithtnnumbofGod bequeath to mv children all my prayers their salvation 1 bequeath to them for toll I boliftlmo ofuU the results of n the Christian icllgoquclI tl IIt tomuch COIIIor me w1 I Ihas been so 1IIIrculllonbennCof 1Ic 10 O artlngsthewhen p nndshare tullice may they inherit Share I bequeath to them tho Sri rit iu my crrora 0 nail copy anything that nary Kara beet worthy In the nnino of God oho made me nnd tha Christ who redeemed mo and tho Holy Ghost who sanetilled me I make this my last will and testament Witness all you hosts of Heaven Wit Signudihour Father and Mother You did not got that will proved at the surrogates olllce but I take It out today and realllto you I take It out of tin alcoves of your heart I shako the dust off It 1 tusk if you will accept that Inheritance or will you break the willOh yo of Christian ancestry You havo a responsibility vast licyoud all measurement God will not let you oil with just being as good as ordinary people when you had such extraordlu any advantage Ought not a lower planted In a hothouse bo moro than a llowor planted outside thriftI storm Ought nut a factory turned by till llousatonie do moro work than a factory turned by a thin and shallow mountain stream Ought not you of great early opportunity IMJ butter than those who had cradle unblessed A father sots his son up In business He cxpondlimuch fur rent so much for thus so much for that and all tho items aggro gated maul thin father expects tit son to give an account Your Heavenly Father charges against you all the nil vantages of a pious ancestry so many prayers so much Christian example so graciousgregate end IHoI Isles you for an ac count of it Ought not you to bo bet tor titan those who havoI lead no such advnalage Hotter have been a found ling picked up on tho city commons than with such magnificent in heritance of consecration to turn out indilYcrently Ought not you my brother to be butter having had Chris tian nurture than tutu man who cut truly say this morning Thollrst word 1 remember my father speaking to mo was an oath the first time I remember my father taking hold of mo was in wrath I never saw a lliblo till I was ten years of ago and then I was told it was a Pill of lies The llrst JO years of my lift I was associated with tilt vicious seemedI to bo walled in by bin and death Now my brother ought you trotl leave it as a mutter of fairness with you ought you not to bo bettor than those who had no early Christian influ etc Standingas you do between till generation that is past and till genera tine that is to come aro you going to puss the blessing on or are you going to havo your lIfo the gulf III which that tide of blessing shall drop out of sight forever You urn thou trustee of piety in that ancestral limit and am you going to augment or squander tint solemn trust fund Art you going to disinherit your sons and daughters of the heirloom which your parents left you Ail that can not bo possible that can not bo possible that you are going to tako such a position as that You urn very careful shout tux lift insurances and careful about till dods 111111tcareful abut the mortgage and careful about thin title of your property because when you stop oil the stage you want your children to got it mill Aw you making no provision that theysmut get grandfathers or grandmothers re 1 ligion oh what a last will and testa meet you are making my brother In thin name of God amon I being of sound mind nuiko this my lust will and testament I bequeath to my chill dren all tho money I over madeI not nil tIll houses 1awn but 1 disinherit thorn I rob them of tIll ancestral grace and tit Christian Influence that I inherited I intro squandered that on umyoyn worldliness Share nnd share nuke must they in thin misfor tune and the everlasting outrage Signed Mviled ami delivered in till- Iplti1C of God and men tumid angels mind all tho generations of earth and Paten and hell Inly IstM Oh yo of highly favored ancestry wako up this morning to n souse of your opportunity nnd responsibility I think thou must bo an old cradle or a fragment of a cradle smnouhero that could toll a htory of midnight supplica tion in your behalf Where is she old rocking chair in which you wore Ming toihlpwlth the holy nurs ny rhyme Where i tIll oldaclock that ticked away the moments of that sickness on that awful night when there wore but three of you awake yon and rOod and mother Is then not an old staff in some oloot Wo beg you to turn over u new loaf this very duty Oil tho power of ancestral piety well illustrated bya young tuna of New York who attended n prayer meeting one night and asked for prayer and then went home and wroto down theso words Twentynvo yoar ago this night my mother went to Heaven my oautiful blessed mother and I have been atomic tossed up and down upon the billows of lifes tempestuous ocean Shall Iever go to Heaven She told mo I must meet her In Heaven When situ took iny hand in hern and turned her gentle loving oyos on me null gazed earnestly and lung into my face and then lifted them to Ilcnrcn in that last prayer slit prayed that I might meet her in Heaven I wonder if I ever shall My mothers pniytsrs Oh my sweet blossod mothers prayers Did ever u boy have such a mother as I hurt For Wycnrs 1 have not heard hor pray until tonight 1 havo heard nil liar prayers over utfaiu They have htil 1 4 in tact n terrible resurrection Obi how site was wont to pray She prayed us they prayed tonight so earnest so Importunate so believing Shall I ever bo n Christian She was a Chris tmn Oht how bright nUll pure and happy was her life She wits a cheerful until happy Christian There is my mothers Itihlc 1 have not opened it for years 1idshe believe I could ever neglect her precious Bible Situ surely thought I would read It I much and often plow often hUll slue read it to tno How did sho cause me to kneel by my little bed mill put my little hands up in tho atti tuck of prayer How humus site knelt by mo nnd over me nnd 1 lave felt her warm tears raining down upon my hands and face Jtlesscd mother till you pray in vale for your boy It shall nut be in vain Ail no no it shall not bo in vain I will pray for myself Who hits sinned against so much in struction as I have Against so many precious prayers put up to Heaven for uio by ono of the most lovely I tender pious confiding trust ing of mothers tn her Heavenly lathers retire tad grace Situ never doubted situ believed Shot always prayed as If site did My lllble my mothers lliblo nnd my conscience teach what I am and what 1 have mule my self Ohl the bitter pangs of an accus lug conscience 1 need a Savior mighty to save 1 must seek Him I will I am on the sea of existence and 1 eau never get out front Its 1 am afloat No anchor no rudder no coma pass no hookof instruction for I Lave put them nil away from me Savior of tho perishing save or I perisi1o you wonder that tho next day he arose in prayer meet hug and said MyI brethren stand before you a monument of Gods nnuix ing mercy and goodness for ever blessed bo Ills holy name nil I havo and till 1 am I consecrate to Jesus my Saviour and my God Oh tIll power of ancestral prayer Hear it Hear itl Hut I turn for a moment to those who humid evil parentage and I want to toll you that tho highest thrones in I Heaven and thn mightiest triumphs mind the brightest crowns will bo for tans who had evil parentage but who by the grace of God conquered con quered Ast quad as useful us splen did a gentleman as I over know hind for a hither a union who died hIlls pheming God until tho neighbors lead put their huger in their ears to shut out tho horror One of the most consecrated and useful Christian ministers of today was thin f son of a drunken burs jockey lIlltof evil tremendous in some families It iis I like Niagara rapids mind yet men havo dung to a rock and boon saved There is a fatuity In Now York whoso wealth humus rolled up Into ninny millions that was founded hya man who after he hud a vast estate sent back a paper of tacks because they wero two routs more than ho exacted Grip and grind and gouge in the fourth generation 1 suppose it will bo grip and giind and gouge in till twentieth generation Tho thirst of intoxicants has burned down through till arteries of IM years PugnacityI or combutlvimoKs character ize other families Sometimes ono form of evil sometimes another form of evil Hut it may bo resisted it has been resisted If tho family frailty bo avarice cultivate unselfishness surd charity and teach your children never to eat an apple without of fering somebody else half of it Is tho family frailty comhntlvcniSK keep out Of the company of quicktorn pored peo Ill and never answer an impertinent ijuostlon unless yoi have counted 100 both ways and mutter you Lave written an angry letter keep it a week before you send it and then burn it up IN the family frailty timidity unit cow mini let cultivate backbone road tho biography of bravo men like J Joshua or Paul and sew IIf you cam not got u little iron In your blood Find out what tho fatally frailty Is and sot body mind tumidsoul In battle trtyonquer you will I think the genealogical tabb was put in tutu first chapter of thin New Testa ment not only to show our Lords pidl ifree hilt to show that n nun nay rise up in nri ancestral line and boat hade lUccoHsfully nil the influences of bad liorodity See in that genealogical table that good King Asa wu born of tile IKing Abiu Seo In that gononlog lent table that Joseph and Mary and the must Illustrious being that ever touched our world or over will touch It hud in their ancestral line tcundulou Kchobonm und Kahab ind Thnmar and Hnthsheba if this world Is ever to bo Edenlzoiland It will hlnll thin Infected families of the earth urn to bo regenerated mutt then will IKS some one nrlso in such family line and open a new genealog Seal table TSiire will bo some Joseph to arise In till lino and rvversu the evil influence of Kohoboum and there will in Mime Mary to nrlso In the little mil reverse thf evil Influence of Ruth dioba IVrhujpi tIll star of hopo may mint down to your manger Perhaps you mire to Tk tho hero or tho heroine that is to put down tho brakes and stop that long lfnwof genealogical tendencies mil switch It oft on another track from that on which it has been running for n century You do that and I will prom iso you as Cno u palace ms tIm nrchttegts of Heaven vita build tho archway in arllud with tho words More than MM tutor Brit whatever your ho ethl t let mo say you may be sons tied lungitcrs ot the Lord Cool Almighty Lovs w blind but its Imagination Itt quipped with Uoublobarrclsd telescopes I rttU A LITTLE NONSENSE lie=Moy inny 1 Ids yourhand l Rhe= Certainly nut if you had inti vented that you preferred hands I wouldnt have removed iny veil Cleveland Leader Spencer They told TOO nt your of flee that you were only ono of tho clerks And you snit you were a dl rector Fergunon= So I am I ad dress envelopes N Y Herald WI cant venture a positive pre diction about tho election said the statesman until we see tho tickets Yes assented Senator Sorghum and thin check stubs Washington Stnr8talcrOISI here havent you al vnVH heard that money makes the mnro 01 Uhollclc1 Stnker Well its a He I risked nil thin money I had on that bay mare nt the track today and shun didnt go at all Philadelphia North American First halmlll never spenlc to that Fred Itumptlon again He hnd the audacity to back out of thin parlor the other night throwing kisses at mo Second Chum Why thin hearties creature And you right there with in rnchDetvolt Fro Tress Tho very positive man had alluded1 to Homebody as a crank when hln patient audience of one interrupted him with thin Inquiry What is your Idea of a crank anyhow A crank Why + n crank sir Is Komoliody who In lists on trying to convince mo Instead of letting me convince Lin11uslt ington Star A gentleman wns assisting nt a bnar last winter by reciting now nnd again during the evening Ho had re clued once or twice and the people werq Kitting about dialling when ho heard ono of tho commitI too go up to the chair man nnd whltqier Hadnt Mr better give us another recitation now Whereupon the elniirman replied No not yet lot them enjoy tliciucsulvoa n bit longer TitHits FROGS FROM MISSOURI- An Agent of Hut FUli roniutle lon TulU Iton Tlifljr trot CiuiKlit W A Wilcox agent for tho lhiitc Sluts fish commission was just from the upper purt of Arkansas hull tho southeastern part of Missouri A re porter asked him fornniiccoiuilof what ho hind found In hoiitluiiHtI Missouri said the coma missioner 1 found Unit n new Industry offYork the llrst carload of but tfnlo lisa ever sent from this territory to tluit market Tho car contained t0000 pounilH and till sole of thou shipment wax so satisfactory that the saute purr ties will make another shipment this week This bids fair to become a big hiiMlnoHH in this section Tho supply of hat llalo or rough fish in those waters is almost without limit and Now York offers a good mnrTict IHeretofore the principal tail ket for the catches of northern Kansas and southern Missouri have been in l uuuiomuv City St louis anil Chicago hut tow t 11ILIIIl opening 1m1- in now Held which will prove of gmit llnnneliil benefit to that section All of these buffalo art caught nut of Littler river mud Hlg pukeI through which the former lions I wan mntird nt Lust frog industry there The town of Konnott nlono Chipped 00001 pound of dressed frogH lo the markets last KOIIHOII to mid Now Madrid not IOHK that SlHJl I gut these figure from the books of the railroads Mini know UIymute true 0 How do the frog Ushers gut the bent resultsI asked thitnportod They llsh In all sorts of wnys Sotto frogs Iare shut sumo mare caught with a Ted tlnnnol tied around n hook but tho lioxt results aro from spearing Tho frog Kcnxon commences nliout thin mid dill of March and lasts three months During the ti rut of the WIIHOII the nlghtw are cool mind Iho frogs stay in the water only coining out in the daytime for HUH Most of the fishing is then done in tho ilivtiiiii Hlt as the nights become waruuuer the best rcsultx aro obtained at night and by the spear It takes two ihon lo work this Out nlth in Iho stern of the hunt and paddles It along clone to the bank On tit holy there IH n big reflector arranged tlO tint tho light eon bo thrown In any direction lust hrhind this stands tho npcarer Tho light NO blinds the frog that thu hoot can bo paddled right up to him TIll price pnld to the ll diorm M for the frogs hiHt your was 75 cenlh per dozen thin frogs nvernglng one hnltr pound each TlilH made n revenito paid to thou frog fishermen of Kcnnctt last SIn son of 7SO in three month J iom frogs are shipped tint only to the cities of tit MiMtdsHlpp basin hilt u large amount of them go to Now York whore I am told they command n much higher h price than the frogs caught In the northern walcrH The swamp loads of Ar tintas and MlKHlnnlppI arv the finest places I over HUW for frogs and will bring a largeI amount of money to those who go into the biiHlncsa Mcmphii Commercial Appeal A Collector otr Keep still commanded thin tall burglar pointing his revolver at the houvoholilcr who hud just waked up We dont want yourmoney Weve jjrot nil the money we want All were nfter now is your monogram handkerchief Were making n collection And while he thus discoursed with the owner of the prcintxcv tho short pltnplyfncrd burglar veiit through the bureau drawers Chiungo Trlbunt i kr III 4 rJFHE HERALD IPENOER COOPER Editor CHAS E nABIOHT Associate Editortt HAZEL GREEN KY IT THURSDAY August 27 1890 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Presidents WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vlcc1resideiit ARTHUR SEWALL Of Maine Por Congressman Tenth 1District THOMAS Y FIT HlATKICK 01 novi COUNTY n f ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF Wo urn authorized to announce A T COMBS HI n cmiilitUut fur the office of Slier liT ul VoIfw county kuhjuol to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE Wo are niithorfaed to niinounoe 1 U HOLIOX H a cMidiilttU fur the ofTute ot County Judge of Wolfe county lltJIot to the notion 01f the Duinuumtlu p arty 0 T CUNTIMl in herebr iiiioiweed M a ortiitlliUto lor the oflUa of County luilft1 Hbt9t to the action of tho Deuiucrmllo pri iwiry September lit Wore HBtliorhwd to annnuneo Dr S S HUvKOOM M OMiidhUte for County Judge iihjoot to the notion ol the Democrat pri mary For Commonwealth Attorney Wu nre mithoriinl tto muwiuiew A I IlYltD F M n iMiiidldati for Commonwealth Altornry ffor 161423rdI JutUcUl District sins tout to the notion of the Deamurutic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY nOII1 N A KASII hs herohy announced MAl It cuniliilnte fur County Attorney of Uulfe u4Untysubject to the uction ur the Demo unitlu prlnmry FOR COUNTY CLERK Wu hereby Announce SILAS TUTT M H onnillilnt for County Clerk ubjct to the nctton ef the Dfinocratu nt time lrhonSoptmiiliur 10 FOR JAILER I uiii n CHiiiliiiutt tar the oHic of Jailer of Wolfii uotinty ami lollcit the upMirl of the DuniniMiic part in the primary to bt held Soptottiber in IWM Some even yean niure 1 lead the mixlurtunel to lose one of my lejp eael iltien that time haw been unable to imrfortn hrin labor That fur more than uny other reason ironiiU me to 1Ik for the lee and if fleeted I pn mist to fulfill the dotli In every respect MopingI for your 1 upiHtrt I am obediently yours ALVUKI M1IJEU To Tint loon IKOIIK or 11lxr COIXTV- II Mlih to announce that IIUIII a pundidnlt IbrJuilur of Votfu county Mibjert to the JNIIHHntUP vUtr IIhsw niwoy btr11 n Pumiiomt anil Imvc always Hitpportcd the- Icnicoratic tioniinot In every raut imtion al state and county find this IH till first time I ever nuked lor otlicc MyI wilt Ims IMIUII an invulid fur 11 yearn and I have i liiion unfortunate In that respect If I ken i thu iiniaiuntion 11lUll elected I will till the ollioe to thu MiliNliictlon of evurybody Asking your nuppnrt and siiHriiK at tlio Irlmarv 114111I yours for tho nominee VMI HUKNVKll u FOR ASSESSOR- I am n candidate fur the ollire of Assessor of Wolfe county and solicit tho support of the Democratic party in tint Primary to lie multi September U lVH Having been a Democratic voter In lIlt county of Wolfe niul n friend to the party thronijli thick nod thin for always I am lIill imkiiiK thu ollicc of Assessor for the county I114114 and always have been for any and1 everything that would help the country I have put in both money and time to foster every enterprise mid hover charged a cent for my service and Oxide from this no laboring man ever called on me fur a Ifavor but he got It ill- Ilito my precinct and find the huts Asking now that you wilt support me as I have yon 1 remain your friendI4 ii I ANHKUSON d Primary Election Call Pursuant to n call by the chairman of cite Wolfe county Democratic committee the commStteemcn met at Campion on August 3 and selected September 10 l8JG as tho time of holding a primary election to nominate candidates for time various county and district offices to be voted for at tho November election 1S97 All Democrats who will be legal voters nt tho November election 1807 pro en titled to vote in suid primary Candi dates for the county offices are required to pay to the chairman 4 and candidates for district offices 2 on or before Sep tember 4 1810 C 0 HAXKS Ohm J R GAIIKOIL Sec TllR Frankfort Capital has changed ownership and politics It is now a 7straightout Republican sheet ON account of continued ill heAlthof J IL Cum way the Morgan MtPengur I will auepeud publication for u few weeks 41f G T CENTER is announced in tha issue of our paper as n candidatel for the Democratic nomination for tho office of county judge subject the action of the party in primary election September Iu1 Mr Center was sheriff of Wolfe county for two terms beginning in 1885 and made one of the most faithful officers the county has ever had In 1S92 he was a candidate for tho nomination for county judge but through a combina lion circumstances was defeated and j rlCenterI prising citizens the county over had and I disbursed more money among tho poor people of tho county than any Democrat in her territory goes without saying and if elected to the office he would prove n i InnlltjAtenergy ho ophnellup ninny If the streams of our county and thus enabled our citi Zeus to Jet out their timber which would otherwise have peen impossible Elect j him and the county will have paid a just tribute to an enterprising worthy citizen milt honor herself in doing so EusKWiiritK in this Iissuo Dr S S Swango is announced ns II candidate for county judge of Wolfe county and ap peals to the good citizens of the county for their support Tho illness of his family renders it impossible for him to see his constituent + ns ho would like to do butt ho IM so well known to a great majority of the citizens that they will surely exciiM him from trying to do so Dr Swango Iles always been u Democrat nnd always held himself in rradinrM to help his friends in every election since he been mo a voter Ho has never held but ono office in tho county that of school coiiimUsioner seine twelve yearn since mid in that instance ns in all the attributes of a good citizen he rendered entire Miitisfattion He is a graduate of of the Kentucky School of Medicine woll versed in the law and of cool judg orient Wo commend him to the citi ieens and believo that if nominated amid elected he will mako a model judge t ===Ilea call for a primary on tho 3d day of October to nominate candidates for circuit judge and commonwealth attor ney had caused Como adverse criticism but we fail to sec why it should bo so That the nominees whoever they may- be1 should know M soon MH ijMwihlo the situation in best for the party for the reason that should there bt any ani mosity created a year in which to heal all wounds will intervene before the election and htJUflle time to bring harmony JudgeJ Heel willc deserves the endorsement of the people for the course he has maintained since ho assumed the the judicial ermine nnd if again nomi nated will carry the IDemocratic banner to victory slut should ho fall to secure the place our faith in his fealty prompta iifttrf announce that no nine will support the cause of Democracy and free silver with more fervor than lit u SILAS Trrr announced as a candidate for the office of county dork iis ono of tho most de triIlK young men who over lived in our county He is a sober 1 Ion est hardworking boy lint by reason of his ntiliction from rheumatism hits for three years past boon unable to perform farm labor Tin HKUAID is nlwnysand has always been for the nlllicted against the iillluent nail we therefore appeal to nil good Democrats to do their utmost for our young ffriend Indeed we doubt if any one will have the temerity to go against him limit be that as it may we bespeak for him the favorable con sideration of every true man bo his poli tics whatsoever mid promise that if elected he will fill the bill in all respects A IHOMINKXT Democrat of Morgan county here this week says that all the Democrats but two or three in the coun ty twenty per cent of tin Republicans and all the Populists will vote for Hrynn laid Bewail Poor Wallace McGuirc and John P Salycr I We have prayed long and loud for your salvation but you will sot Wi HKAitna gentleman remark the other day that when Cleveland publicly signified his intention of supporting the Chicago ticket ho would do tho same This shows conclusively that tho afore said gentleman is neither n Democrat nor a Holtocrat simply a mugwump HOKK SMITH of Georgia having re signed his position in Clevelands cabinet as secretary of tho interior lion David R Francis of Missouri has been ap pointed and will assume tho duties Sep tember 1- Several newspaper men from Mt Ster ling tin hcru Outing iLc fut lump the aoliciting act Why I Do people buy Hoods Sarsaparilla in preference to any otherin fact almost to the exclusion of all others BecauseThey know from actual uso that Hoods Is the best IL o it cures when others fall hoods Sarsaparilla la still mode under the personal supervision of the educated pharmacists who originated it rile question of bent IH lust ns positively decided In favor of Hoods as the question of comparative sales Another thing Every advertisement of Hoods Sarsaparilla Is true is h- onestHoods Sarsaparilla Is thOIlITrllflIluOIIIltrll1r All nnasststI lnlanIIIIlI lIy c I ltoii I t Co Iovll Musi Hoods Pills are th1 only 1pills to take is iLli tluuds sarapat sta Mr Bryans Speacli The speech oftn J Bryan on the occasion of Icing formally notified of his nomination fur president in Madison Square Garden in New York wad ns it should have beta mainly davoted to the money question Indeed there would not have been room to find fault ifIhud touched upon no other topic Sil ver iin the preeminent iissue Upon this subject of money Mr Bryan was clear explicit and eloquent He covered the ground lie took up every disputed Hint amid did not in a tingle instance fail to make himself very troublesome to time advocates of the single gold standard Ills remarks were argumentative and his points easy to comprehend There were many engag ing purges of rhetoric but while they embellished they also served to make plain The speech abounds in phrases and sentences that will nniko telling cam paign mottoes It was full of short and pithy lesSons It fully disposed of the foolish talk about a fiftythree cent dol lar Enquirer A Glianoo to Mako Money- I have lorries grapes and ponchos a year old freh UN when picked I ue the California Cold process do not heat or seal the fruit just put it up cold keeps perfectly fresh slid contsalmoit nothing can put up a bushel in ten minutes LH week I sold directions to 1Jo fanifliany flue will pay a dollar for direct IOIIH when theysee tilt beautiful samples of fruit As there are ninny people poor like my self I consider it my duty to give my experience to such flint foci1 confident anvonc CPU make one to two hundred dollars around home in II few days I completedirections eighteen Ueent1 stamps which is only tin actual cost of the samples postage etc to me FIIAXCIS OASK- YOiil St Louis Mo THIS moral temper of time Times Post nUll CourierJournal iis shocked because time Chicago convention dared criticise the United States supremo court yett this same press in 1R70 would have had the people revolt because the same court robbed the free people of time United States of It rightfully elected president Who said more against the niembTs of this court than this selfsame treasonable press SHERIFFS SEE FOR TRXES 0 Y VIRTUE OK TANKS due the State off 1 J Kentucky hull County of Wolfe tier the lIeIlliitssrrrKMlUil isno between the hours oft oclock aiii and 1 oclock p m at the ClIlIIllolIWOIIcourt day expose at public sale to the highest nod best kidder for cash in hand the following rend estate or so much thereof as will be necessary to satisfy the following tax and cost on fame towit CnniptonIcyI litMP total tax and cost S ISO W C Harker SO acres ot mind adjoiningI the lands of stud Hanks district No 3 bal once on the years ISOIIMM tax and cost l M James Pelfrv 125 acres of land adjoining the Innds of David Rose district No 1 for the year 1SS 5 tax aid cost tiS3 nlljoilllug for time year 1805 tax and cost 311 This August 10 1890- S 11 WILSON S W C lly J K COCKKIIHAM n S FOR SALENecessity compels me to collect all that Is owing to me so i uy debts then I owe All who are indebted to me that do not make settlement with me nt once will find their notes or account in the hands of an officer for collection I want to sell all the real estate I own emit have control of consisting of two houses and lots in Camp ton six acres of land in Campton one farm of sixty acres one and one ltalf miles from Campion and four lots in Walnut titove Ky Will ell on easy term JOSEPH CLYKINS July 22 180611 Campton Ky 0 CR t R IN TIlE ICO JIPJ1ENC MAY 4 And The Largest ands in tenluCky KKGAKDLES5 OF I t 11 IS OF lmCF Wo do not care what will take 25 pei cent off of same goods EATESTLEADINGI Hi mired Suits of Clothing eating from wo have pulI time knife to the core I COME AND FOR SWd Nothing rosorvod in Cash With Yw When YOU Come I Flannel Suits srwodllwith silk 1111017 suit color guaranteed SftffS = Jt I Four ITundrod and wliioh sold at 2100 and worth Jitf and cent 7o cents find dl1 worth 11iOI N Pants fine wool cus8 mOl at d worth You Never Did Buy Good IIL0l1i8 t nUSi lEXINGTON P PURlS III av mrmroerrsna +s= IRO AYIS- I 0 Pit ACT I CAT I 1AGKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS1 HAXEI GKKEX KKNTUCKY 1WF MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM nod ROAD use the Host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get and when your need anything of the kind give me your order WAGqII Home People get ugly Honest Work and be Happy IX THE HOIISK SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE IIemploy onlHklllcd labor every mun being nil artist ill his IIpecinltylIld your work s respectfully solicited P1E1LATTSLI- VERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor c IN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Conunoff1 Parties to pOIC umi A uiviiinn conveyed any on libornl terms Patronage of the publicr spectfully solicited H P PIERATT T 3tSOUTRCrJ1JIl1IllBUSINESS6ood I k t 11 l i 1C fOI lo 0 wt 115I0 s I c 4 iEa It e Hazel Green HearsaY llappenings r Tho town has been crowded with visi I J tors to the fair this week i are indeed good for aI i Tho prospects largo opening ut the academy on lute day next Tho fair was well attended and was t pronounced by all to be a big thing for C Hazel Green Mrs Hilda Day has the thanks of the editor and his bettcr 1 for a tress of very I fine tomatoes Politicians and ofliccseckors were ii- J in Itltcirglory this week shaking hands with I the dear people A page number of prominent people visited our lair thin wcok but space for bids givingall thilv names IJEI There will be preaching at the CJillns pie school house on tho first Sunday iin September by ilcv1Hartley Hlankcnship perSome hall ones were put into tlo luts new luck up before it was finished Tiny pul cut their way out but were recaptured Only the suHcrir knows the misery of dyspepsia hint Hoods tfarMupiirilla cures 01theL most stubborn cases of this disease Iw K Atkinson of Clay City i E D onMty of dycrsyill0 and II H Farmer 1eland brother of Haystack are at tho itsBane J 1 Wheeler of Meuefcu county father Lfour K lico judge CJeorge WhecliT has been one of the visitors ta Hazel iri ciitli5s week atltism Nannie Fields accompanied Ml ttAve wmso on her virfitlo Cednr Bluff 01 llo f hill and other points in Virginia Tit yUiii ladies expect to remain there ionic tune d IF Y ir want to keep up withI the pro cession in the discussion of the financial questim the Cincinnati Inquirer will keep yn posted Its column of An iis alone worth double the price Iiswerof sub riptidti tj all who want to know the vnhic nf free silver- A pritracled meeting is being held in the Methodist church at this place which promises to be a big success It in being condiutfd lIty Rev Mr lirucc and Texas Tom tin cowboy who have just takes I part in the Torrent campmecting They expect to hold services at the school house prove after tho fair this evening bLet tin n be a big crowd to hear these two rnltrnud ones toll how they became saved pf H H llolleyl of White Sulphur 1 1will IK hrrepn thcSIstjjcndy to blbuI his work as assistant teacher in the academy Tuesday Prof Volley is u grail edue of Kentucky Irniversity find the IJillc College Ho taught in the Academy of Kentucky University last year and gave entire satisfaction He comes among us well recommended anti will he quite an addition to the academy t faculty EDITOR IIElALuin your fissue of the 20th inst in an editorial advocating the chums of A Thrasher Combs for shcrifT misstatement occurred which reflects on the committee that had the counting of the returns On canvassing the totals the committee found that u tie occurred in the sheriffs race mid by agreement Sani Henry Wilton was declared shcrilf t I and Thrasher Combs was appointed dep uty sheriff all other statements to the 4 contrary and who says otherwise is untruthful 1 A TAIMIIKK g Ex 1T W C 1 A lady in Lexington says I mn out of debt and thanks to the Dishwasher business In the past six weeks I have made 5550 livery housekeeper wants a Dishwasher and any intelligent person can sell them with big profit to himself The Dishwasher is lovelyOU can wash and dry the family dishes in two minutes anti without wctting ou r h nllli 11 You can Jet particulars Iby addressing The Mound JJity Dishwasher Co St Louis Mo There is big money in the business for an Rent 1 expect to clear 4000 the coming year I recd the moneywhy not make itl MissC E lIon T Y Fitzpatrick and lion Jno W Langley candidates for congress j from this district on the Democratic and Republican tickets respectively spoke to a good crowd here yesterday afternoon in the school house grove Both gentle men were in good form and both were listened to attentively and respectfully It was a 16 to 1 crowdIG Demies to a Rod but the crowd howled with delight When either gentleman scored a print j In baseball parlance both Fitzpatrick and Langley can hit de ball and as the t centlem mi hnc arranged n series of 151tol xedbot from start to finish 4- i Texas Letter Success to Tim HBIIAMI ami Eastern Kentucky WMCO 5ill constructing dam across the HMJSOS lukefourcpectedtoplea euro seekers to the Geyser City Weather very hut and dry i corn al most n failure i cotton about one thir crop mill beginning to como into market Uuiinos is very dull and hundreds of men out of employment Waco people are now visiting the Avenue market on Austin street to take a look at the lingo chelonian reptile the largest turtle your writer over had the opportunity of seeing It iUnbuilt 7 feet I in length and weighs 4f 0 pounds CoIII down and we will have sumo turtle soup0II The political ngiutjou j bewm5 l PopulItllnII state They have a very strong state ticket and will make n hard light They claim that if the Democrats are in ear nest about free coinage of silver they epubill I o proposi tions to secure fusion with the Pop hut the Populate stay they srd for Bryan and I Watiwm limo Democrats claim that they I will he able to carry the state against I all opposition A very large Bryan ami I Scwull club was organized last night with great enthusiasm Strong mill elo qleut speeches were made by prominent Uinocrats which were intersjwrMd with I frequent and lund cheering lId st every mention of Bryans mime thecrowd went I wild with applause A number of goldI I cluhII county attorney lie said that if he hnt j no other reason he would support the Democratic ticket because it stood forI the people against the autocrat mousyI power Severs Republicans hero are fur Bryan You may count the imperial state of Texas 200 KW majority for that intellectual giant mind statesman of Nebraska tho man that stands for all theI people and popular government alltl against llannaiam and paternalism I The parly that is now under process of inciibatkn at Indianapolis headed by McKinley Whitney Cochran tC Co will Hud but few followers in Texas I1 I am glad to sco Tut HEHALD so nobly doing battle for the immortal principles that underlie every government that is administered in the Interest of ill thei people and I hope that the old Tenth j I onrIand prosperity but that on day I of November next it will give the Hon II Thos Y Fitzpatrick majority of which any man mummy justly be proud I Illtn not believe that the people mnoni whom I was roared and with whom I have SpOilt all my lift will ever say by their ballots that the people of tho United States arc incapable of self government Waco Aug 1 3 1 It F i Notice is hereby given that byorder of the Democratic Committee of the 8d judicial district of Kentucky a primary election will bo held in all time counties composing said district on till lnl tiny ofI October 11SI5 between time hours of i oclock a in and 4 oclock pmm for IIfor the purpose of nominating Demo cratic candidates for time olliccsI of rCIII t judge and commonwealths attorney for said district to be voted for at the No vember election ISHiJt said primary election the polls will be opened at the regular voting places in all the voting precincts of each county in said district This August 18 1890- En CAUAHAX Chairman WAI GOOCY Secretary Its a Mistake MnMiitiP TENX August 24 1SUO SPENCER COOIEK I QiHazel Green Ky Dear SirI am here for good I like the country first rate besides this is a growing and prosperous city Send me Tim IlEiurn five years for a starter Yours trulyJ H SWANOO P SI hear that after the election of receive free sil Bryan that you will not subscriptions and that Dr ver dollars on Taulbcc too must be paid in gold for his pills Is it possible that this is true If such is time case I fear that both of will have to close up your shops and you cold charities of throw yourselves on the aI cold world Rub for Fitz JIM I We will try next issue to give time names of till who secured premiums at our fair last weekmistaken Tilt HEHALn was Thrasher Combs iis now- rnuty thatInstatingi shrrhfC HI rrittnrrl hi 111nrl III March last Hud now ocairee to lx o the office of IberIa IE1I Rognlnr Meals 25 cents heals to order nt nil hours 10 n m to 3 p m Supper from 5 to 9 p in aSpecialtyIo tl1 llm V Cherry Brothers of Bowling GrcelI Ky Ihave added two more teachers to their already able faculty Prof J CI Wilis who is widely known throughout the south as a lending educator mill institute instructor will become U penny lIthI Business College Bowliijg Green Ky They have alao employed Miss Bcsio Swartz of Park Place PIl1 who attended the Boston ami XiW York Schools of HkprCision for six years and is a grade ate of each of these institutions She will take charge of the elocution and physical training departments of Cherry Brothers schools The management of theue excellent institutions which are doing a great work in the south is to be complimented upon securing the Mirvicc a of these able educators Prof Willis imam many friends throughout Kentucky where he is widelyl known and they willi ho glad to know that he will tie connect I ed with the Bowling Green xrhouU next year Brad their advertisement in an other column n IA t not infrequent intervals we hear or see in print a statement to the effect that farmers could get along well enough iif they would live lilt farmers Used fifty years ago Vo always look for tilt fool killer when we hear it hut ho does not come Of course farmers could live cheiiier than they do and not starve neither would they freeze in winter But do there critics limo X8 their fathers lived fifty years ttgo1 Oh not Then why do they expect others to do itf All the world except farmers nre being belle ftted from the march of wienre but the poor tiller of the soil must live in tho rut his grandfather lived in and never come out This iis nonwnse If any man on earth is entitled to the creature cone forts of the world it isi the farmer wine feeds us altAurora Bulletin LEI COUNTYI Fittcastl Fishings W T Prater left for Salyorsvillo Sun dnyiMrs Rachel Burko attended CIIIIIP1 niwting Sunday A C Jones left Sunday evening for Bently villo to attend the institute Stave Inspector Dale was lucre Satur day After he had finished hi wiik some of thu boys allawcdthcy wjjtld quit tho business Died on the 20th illll Newt Williams His sorrowing wife and family have tin1 heartfelt sympathy of time entire commu nity in tlifir 1lktinllITho Methodist quarterly meeting be sine at thin place1 on time Jtdh The peo the mire making great preparations and n good meeting U expected Sherman Morris wont to Luxiat ton one day last week to get a job Ho came back Friday and from him appearance ono would think he hal lost a job He will not go again August 21 MorNTAiN BII Y All persons indebted to Fallen or Fal len fi Allen either by note or account will please come forward mad settle at once as I am compelled to have money By giving this your prompt attention you manysate further cost and trouble IespectfullyA n FAUIX Lee City duly2718Iti Grand Currency Picnic A grand picnic will be held in the magnificent public school grove at Ha zel Green Saturday August 20 at which time the following speakers will address the people Adtlrcsg of 11clcotluetV11 IJelJtisk IIKIIAT- IItcpiililtcan Platform IKnj Sewell Democratic PlutformC 0 Kulkn- Iteptilillcnn 1lulfllrmH C I icy heinoLrutic 1IIIIformJ II Dvltimk- itepiilillcan PlntformC irnhatu- Dfinocmtio IlutfornlR A haslet Itcpublican rintform S M Sicken Uciuncrutlc ilatfornlII K Oncy The Political OutlookJ ATanlliee- Clohlng Ahlrc8llIIP Byrd Everybody and efMcially all candi rates nre respectfully invited to be pres ent and express their opinions LIghtnIng Hot Drops What a FunnY Name Very True but It Kllla All Pain Sold Everywhere Every Day Without Relief There Ila No Patel tntFair weather uitd u L J tL haadia hand this week J Breakfast n nn SAZL m l 1 m I i 1 e iiMt L1uax auliti PJe1pnxatioxSchooL The Cheapest and Best School ill Eastern tuckyITfle Next Session Begins scptOIIlDOf 1 189611I Full CUll 1 IDIsciplineI Special Coursos in Biblo Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business i + tilt host i ppnrti nity tho mountains to obtain J tHlucaiion nt aHinall cost Onlalomio and 111III Iuu Il 2iJf COXtT 1iUcjlnI11i H EW EJITERPRISE Iluviug sold 1113 talll I IIIIH yntmt I luto the BUSINESS Aljd tttk Uio pHtronnge of tho ooiuiiiniiity J inaku and repair nit kinds of Himuw myJrlceJOHN tit PIERATT =IO 4g rrw o KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY O IQ IIII1 j i I 1 I wna aMwuOMm THE J T DAYI ROLLER MILL III nun hate Holltr Mill in lira clmw order sad enmtrumtem us good hour ns can I made ou nut mill in tho State uluir 1 nod wheat i Iiu aihed I will luiy Winin lit tin IlijfjuMt Murkit Pril or will fxclinngc llour tor slunt nil RI iiiiKoiiiilili1 tcnus IIH any other roller iiil In thy stair lint II positively will not buy IlIr jtriiiil any smutty or trusty wliiuit IIH it woiilil work Id thIIIlttllIlIllIll lilt mill UK well an those tt lio fiiriiUlii gaud a Ileac I will nlHte that I mil the sole proprietor of the mill iiinlI II will thank any patron the mill to report to me any oiiu e of com pliilnt they nmy Imve from any mule ufI the mill Mud I uirmite to IOutlllfnil I clnliiK IIN I intcnil tto deal fair Mini Illn ral with the people iiinl trimt theywill favor jI me with their pNlromiI e UN 1 fuel this IIs nil I tMiUrprihi for the guutlofI I time entire com nunmityIhnflkhmg the people for their llheral patronage I am very rlslcclllIlIII I DINGFEfDKRWITH JM RobisoJor1o GO Importers nnd Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NOB 037 539 mill 641 Clt Main Street LOUISVILLE KY J i w lcxtu2X De Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Sfiurgory and obstetrics aHpecialty HOWARD STAMPER A ATTOHNKYATLAW- II CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining countlei All buelueee entrusted to ou care will receive prompt attention I J SEITZ W WITH W M KERR tfc COtlODSEne IN Hardware lemantsbI JKONTON Or f front 5 to 9 n m Dinner from ll rs 111 wwenw niv of of Imir allege Lilwrnl Oh Art HIM Coot Artsim ItlIlIlh mugrurisSrlcvt iIWV1Pnw111U NM W MOOT IN QUANTJT BEST IN QUALITY Vt osiIAWHITES CREAM UFUCE11rU YEARSHnoEVERY BOTTLE GUARAHTEED Norm UVAIr nilfUUIHTH t t rpaninunnnox alnlllK io RT iprii THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T p Qvixcnv Drawer ICO Chicago Secre tory of the STAR ACCIDENT COMIANV fur information regarding Accident Iniur once Mention tills paper Iiy to doing you can save membership fce has paid over t WWJOO r accidental lujurlc Bo your own Agent INO MUDICAL EXAMINATION IU5QUIRKD FATFOLkSltslnanrnt 1r hemm 111IlOo liming hIcleo1120 Jan cjprrlcnc rIIUIualllt1Nil I REDUCEDtnm16WYJlly proven fcoti ralhlJllthl sad IxuiiilflM eninpitxiiin i nf tlciain end wiclctr Mlira ItidnrM It Thuuiuiuiit cured PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL ronnilrntlallr For i nicuUr ndilrm with lUinp lLLu1B MAUPIN H REED PEEBLES Oo WHOLESALE DHY GOODS NOTIONS he Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO Wr COLIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnoIasaIo GIOG8IS MT STERLING KY HOUSEC OAMPTON KY J B HOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronage of the traveling public Is y respectfully solicited Table the best sail I every attention to the comfort ofgiieiti J 1 INkIHfcHHU jOF ulJOBP1t1STJ b ct sl1A l I 11r w Mu r I THE HERALD BPEXCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t t t KY A PARADISE SONG ha day was hot tho way Will long th feet were tired ao tired ne goal la won toward which wo strove desiredrho distant hopo through wavering mists of euro Bee It at last oh clove so close In Paradise the Fair the black black night through which we groped Is turned to radiant day The doubt to certainty more glad than song or spech can nay The baffling winds which buffeted beyond our strength to bear plea ua along tho blessed way to Paradise i tho Fair V7 e doubted and we fainted and wo seemed I to miss tho road tAe stumbling on anti painfully wo tolled beneath our load lAnd tho uphill left us breathless and thu tempest stripped Ullt bare What matter since they boro ua up to Par adise tho Fair tWo who were lonely once and found the el once very sore Companioned round by our beloved art lonely nevermore fTho puzzles all arc now explained and the griefs which grieved us there Are proved to be the Lords sure path to Paradleo the Fair Susan Coolidge In N Y Independent THE JUDGES SECRET IVKU before in the history of the state hud un advocate at the bar made such a strenuous effort to convince u jury of the innocence of the prisoner Many years ego it was that the noted trial took place but the scene nil conies mck to mean vividly as ut the time it occurred pow that ti startling revelation linn recently been mode after the death t of the judge who sat upon the bench Although not more tins a buy I wit nessed the trial of Andrew Hastings with more absorbing interest thou any thing else in my life bus since awakened 7 remember the gestures the Impiis nioncd Idles of JliiHtlngt attorney Col George Jlarvoy Palmer and 1 etui al most repeat till very words he uttered when addressing the jury It was a wonderful defense he made wonderful bow hu ought every itch of gromd while u chain of Mrong circumstantial evidence was tightening the halter about his elientH neck His erossqucs Honing of till states witnesses was so exhaustive his pleadings to the judge and to thejury sociiriicst as to amuse the sympathy of ninths in tin parked com t room It wosas I remember the first Im portant case with which Col Ialmer had been connected in Monroe county courts He had moved to Alabama from Virginli mind had been in his new home but n few months before the Hastings murder case l ecame the sensation of tilt J hour Lust week Judge James C Harrow t tiled in Monroe county Ala a ml among his papers was found a Htatement eon cerning the Hastings castn statenu nt written to be made public after his flea tli J have rend that statement and it in connection with the trial of An drew Hastings makes such a remarka ble chapter of court history that 1 have d written it nil down here I It was in the days of tit noted in klux klun that orgunlatlon which sprung into life in the south during lice memorable days of reconstructio- nIt is supposed that the organizers of tho klan originally intended to conttol the suddenly freed slaves by appealing to their sulerstitlon for tho kuklux gavo birth to hobgoblins ghosts anl spooks and was Hhrouded in the most j profound secrecy Dud mystery nut the Jdnn soon became chargeable with many Inexcusable and outrageous crimes Sonic time in the spring of 1807 the Judiciary began to take active tucks Hire for the suppression of violence attributable to tho klnn or rather to tho lawless bands Calling themselves kuklux for tho original organization had by that time censed to exist On March 14 1867 floor tho town of jClnibomc Monroe count Ala Amos plvlns A camp follower of the union army who had opened a store in Clui- iborne was found dead on the side of flho public road JIc hod boon beaten to c HcAtli with a club or sonlo outer heavy caROJ1t L Another kuklux victim was time public verdict nnd with this the people were disposed to discard the matter from any further consideration but Judge Garrow was one of time most ear nest among ofllcers of the law who had decided the time had come in the south for the suppression of crime He instructed tit sheriff to make u most 1111111possihleto bring the murderer or murderer to justice It did not take long to lie the crime on Andrew Hastings who clerked for Divins The evidence against Hastings while circumstantial was very strung Having been raised in the south 11 lis ting had no love for his employer who was regarded us one of the despised class of carpet baggers in those dayl Ho finally quarreled with his employ r when reproved for insulting the union soldiers andI negroes who traded at the store Witnesses testified to t htls quarrel which resultedJ in Hastings bring discharged and there was an abun dance of evidence to the fact that ns In left the store he was heard to remark Ill fix t bed Yankee It wtf only two nights after Has tings discharge that Ulvins was killed Two witnesses swore that Hastings tried to liorrow u shotgun from then on the tiny prior to the murder It was also proven that Hastings wns heard to say when speaking of the killing The oople ought to giveI the mnn who did it a vote of thanks Added to all this was the feet tint Hastings could not account for his whereabout on the night of till hilling between the hours of eight and twelve cluck Mivins left his store about ton ricluck to go to his home and it wens presumed lie was killed n few minutes afier tint hour When on trial Hast hugs stated that he hnd gone possum hunting Moue leav ing home chant eightI oclock and re turning nlxvit one oMoek the not morning It was for tills purpose he attempted to borrow n gull He proved that it was his custom to go on thoso night limits by himself With his pre vious good character this was all then was for the defense Hilt Col Ialmer made the most of it and fought the evidence of the prose cution at times with an impassioned manner thatahllo amounted ton mad tlllltOllrtroomhave seen nn attorney so thoroughly identified with his clients Interests before Col Palmers argnirenl to the jury as 1 wild was a mipt masterly effort Isis face was pull when he aruse nnd walked to time jury box His voice although stern and full trembled as III cried out Gentlemen of the jury Sod is my witness when 1 sry to you tint I am here to plead for the life of an innocent man He made but little effort to runt not trt tit damaging evidence against his client His address fIN unduly n pas sionate appealI for merry for an inno cent man who was the victim of peculiar circumstanced He ended his specoh by holding the IHblj high above his head lull saying As true as the Holy Hook I hold in my hand MI true IR this man innocent I say to you I know It You may call it intuition if you like lout NOIIyou convict him yon will mist the blood of an Innocent man upon your heads The verdict was guilty and Hastings wns sentenced to be hanged The case was appealed to the supreme court mind tin decision of the lower court wits unlrmcd An application was made to the gmernor for clemency wad n jHti Unit bearing the names of mummy promi neat citizens of Monroe county was sent to the chief executive Col Ialmer Hens 1 leaving no stone unturned to save his inept The strain and hard work was telling on him He hind grown emaciated mind more thus once had been ill from nervous prostration The governor refused to interfere but intimated that he might glue tlie ease a more favorable consideration if the iprosidingI i judge recommended a com mutation of the sentence This Will re garded as a forlorn hope the determi nation of Judge arrow to suppress crime being so well Known The day of the execution was near at hand and Monroe county was preparing to witness its first hanging in many years Then like a thunder clop came the news that the governor had par doped1 Andrew Hastings Not even a commutation of the sentence to life imprisonment hail been peaked tor but hero Will an absolute pardon mind the murderer with a shadow of the gaJlows already over him was n free man It was sonic time before tin jeople could he made to believe that the news was true and many did not believe it until Hastings was alloyed to walk front the prison unshackled rime only reason the governor assigned was that Judge Gnrrow had requested it in n private letter nail the nppcnl wns such ns not to Ixj disregarded Hut why did Judge Garrow make such a request His honesty was above sus picion his integrity was undoubted and his firmness could not be questioned Yt after declaring it his pur pose to check the lawlessness then ex isting by the strong arm of the law he deliberatelyI used the rower 9f his office to free a man convicted of n most foul murder Whntcould mega Tho judge would explain Hut the judgo did not explain mill his silence through all these years has kept the Uuatlugs case QUO cf the strongest of the unexplained murder mysteries of Alabama When qucstlonud the time the judge wild I lead just and Ktifii clent reasons for nctim as I dirk Time and time humus this cae and its strange denouement come before my mind anti often have I tried to reach III solution which would be satisfactory to myself and leave no suspicion iqnm the memory ofa member of tie ju diciary whose character hud always been above reproach It is nil clear now Judge Garrow bas passed to stand himself before n judge whose justice it Iis to be hoped will be temiHTcd with exceeding rent mercy for us all I Isive Infore rue this statement published in a Monroe coiin ty paper nail I give1 it hen IM the stgnl to wbat I hn vo already room dod To Thou I Vlio May To Itvlnc When T Am Pad I Ibelieve If any shall lntr to look Into ny life history they will llnd nothing that 11Ctrlt shall bo u lmninl to rend upon my mavistonc Yet there IMOIIO trutirtHction of my career aw criminal JIMKP which ilcmaiul of me an explanation III truth I should have ben ready to tnetthat demand Iwfore I pawned away lint I was so plneed that iII lips were seabed The wrong It wrong 1 did was In allowing myself to bo HO hampered but Justice loan Innocent lain weighed In time bulnneo ul myttclfThishave porno public condemnation was tho part I tools In sccurliiK n pardon forone An drew llnnthipH arralKiieil and convicted of time murder of Amos Hlvlns at the fall term of the circuit court in Monroe county Ala October is11 Without any attempt to criticise the mo tives of those who thought It wise amid suns of IcHultttlin and IiiwlfMiicxs to bold lit check the p illusions of suddenly freiil slaves by an apprnl to their superstitious fears I with others of the Judiciary deter mined tint tho tlim had come In the south to restore law and order With the deter mination to mike un example of the tlrst rasa that came under my jurlndlctlon 1 rc fusinl to Interlcre In the death entonc of huMiliiK To this decision I clung altlioiitli daily I Imiiortuned by Col Uoorsa il Inliiiur lla tliiKs attorney Never In ny exporlenco on the bench had I seen such persistence anti dogged peraevcruice as that lawyer displayed IHo same to me one dayat week beforo IlniUliiKS was to be executed and said Judge Ciiirrow suppose 1 Mliould 110 you proof that another man Killed Ulvins would you tecommond 1114 pardon I replied that If the proof was s0eh us to eonvlneu mo of Us reliability I would cer tainly feel called upon to Inturferu In thoi condemned limits behalf Hut JudKtf be contlnuod you will have to give me your solemn asuuraico nut to dlvulRo what 1 relate to you I demurred to ontorliiK Into any such compact Kcmember ho cried vehemently while you can wronj no pupa by your si helmet yet if you do nut listen to mo you will allow an Innocent person to die upon the Callows I swear this bufoi limo llvlnt God l1114 manner as much as anythliiK else overcamo my scruples and 1 gave him my promise so loaf as I live not to reveal any statement he mlKit make to mo Then ho said JudRO Oarrow the man Amos Illvlntt met his death as an expiation fIll n crime hoI haul himself commit In VlrKlnln just before thu close of the Will with a m hind otI marauding soldiers Ill entered tbebonieof u man who wns honrlni arms In defense of the very llrcslde that was bring ruthlessly Invaded and desecrated Mother amid chil dren had to live In tlie night tend in tho mother taut her drain front the exposure and Irlkht This man IMvlns was the only one recoKHlzed as lie bad sold Roods about the community front n peddlers pack Tho band which laid the blows upon Its head may not have Intended to strike lift sway but reason lost Its sway and there was naught to stay the avengers hand but death Ho paused a moment and letting bU hand full heavllj upon my shoulder he ex claimed huskily Judge marrow 1 nm the murderer Ho brought tome the hickory stick dark In places with tho uttilns of clotted blood I reviewed his history his conduct of tho case how he hud expended money and devoted tubs tlmo with no hope of juiy re muneration I looked Into his face and 1 knew be bad spoken tho truth 1 believe It It haul not been for what ho considered the justice of his entice and his little children he would have surrendered at time first It was undoubtedly his Inten tints to hat saved his client even If the lust resource should have been to tike the prisoners place upon the gallows There was nothing left for me to do but to urge the pardon of Hauling and that I did J G GAHKOW Judge Munrou Courtly Circuit It is not often desired to resurrect unpleasant memories but somctinui justice to the living and to the dead de stand that the sepulchers of the past no Invaded S1 have given this bit of his tory believing that 1 am justified in do hug so even if I luau to drag from its grave such n ghastly skeleton as the kuklux klnn Atlanta Constitution A Surnmtlc Url Accept my hand Augusta 1 And the maiden looked nt the hand which was something mailer than an aveiiije siml saltfish hesitated moment sad then said sweetly Isnt there something off when you take so large an order Texas Sifter MOON PHOTOGRAPHS Pictures Jnt Taken ut the 1arl Ol crv story icol All Other The moon hits been brought closer to ii8 That Is an announcement which science will appreciateI For it is to the moon as the nearest of all planets that science must llrst look for increase ol our knowledge of stellar geology nnd geography Therefore every succes sire stop hFwhichi science lessens tilt apparent space between till moon and our eyesight is an invaluable slop in ad vance The instrument which ins accom plished this last result is the great jointed equatorial at the observatory Paris recently constructed under the auspices of Mt Locwy the vice presi dent lot two years ho and his assist nuts have been carrying on the roost persevering studies the niiiiutoit re searches as to the physical comlitioiMofi time moons surface lie has found tlio optical qualities of tit instrument su perior to any tiling heretofore known Hence 11 snap wliloli ho has just pub lished is the most important resent ad dition to astronomical science Ho has been able to bring out t ho lunar surface with so minute a precision and so clear Ily defined that it wr ld In1 I impossible M construct a snore intelligenti or faith huh map ofunr UWII glut In the atlas tltis obtained tit eminent vice1 presi dent of the observatory humus found a moans of outliningI for us tho geological history of our satellite It iis so diOiciiit to unite tot favorable atiuoqdiorio conditions to graduate ex actly tit duration of tlio exposure ac cording to thehriliimuntyof tlu different ones that Mrssrs ioowy ililsseauv and lo Matvan have only boon able to take half a doon perfect photographs as the result of two years incessant vigilance1 One of the photographs represents the moon iin tier first quarter This gives a good idea of tthe general phy siognomy of tit moons surface IIn the region of the south polo tlto greater am plitude and depth of th circles those circular gullies so characteristic of tit moon null of which the earth lioasts no equivalent and till spots corresponding to those groat depressions which ire tolled seas while towards tit noth polo ore easily diseciiibloi mountainous groups which tartly correspond to our chains of mountain 1111 one enlargement it is easy to study tit peculiar diversities of the lunar surface fur the region which this map represents contains throe of the must beautiful mind regular of the lunar raters Waller Alianconsis and Wer ncr The largest WalterI measures iOi kilometers III diameter I In the group rises tit important mountainous group running from north to south The central mountain of tit group Iis plain I ly visible in this photograph The Aliancensisian rung dominates the in terior plain of tit circle at n height of till motors in tlio northwest and jnno in the western region liolow Alianconsis is Werner 7i Ikilo- meters in diameter nnd almost perfect in its regularity flit most elevated points are in till northwest and are more than iooo motors in height Only one part of till central mountain is vis ible on account of tlio shadows Near this mountain is a largo vviiito spot which stands out by reason of its greater brilliancyI more prominently than till spots mill around it and occupies mil most VI square kilometers No other part of the moss presents so brilliant alight This whole region is ligtter than any other parts shown The 1presence of these sM ts is very instructive to time student They cannot be ovplaincd as being tit elVoets of light nor an tiny duo to tilt color of tho soil nor to glaciers MI Ioowy has decided that they arc deposits of ashes mind lava pro jootod by the innumerable slIIn1I orators existing in this region and lit concludes that it has once hers the center of pow erfull volcanic action Although it does not seem to him clearly enough demonstrated MI Ioowy consents load mil with tlie gnIIItIIIIIIIJ- htI of astronomers that the moon pus sesses no liquid surinec torlnIII1r1 that her atmosphere is null or hardly pima ceptible lintI hit concessions Hop hero To his mind tit moue formerly hilt water and air which wore the necessary conditions for till volcanic eruptions foind tier and consequently thou h contrary to the theory generally adopt ed volcanic tuuptlons were one of Ithe constitutional factors of the moonSt IxHiirfi IKepublio Pluto Safety lulus A round smooth Rule in tlie side of n granite mountain about nine wilts out runt tit Cityof Mexico is locally known by a term which sgiiiuV Plutos safety valve The hole i about ninei inches in diameter at th opening which is polished in a maun xjiioli suggests human workmanship That man had nothing to do with drilling or polishing this hole will he readily surmised when it is known that it luirf occasionally emitted hot air and smoke during n period extending over iuO A cars Chicago Inter Ocean Cold Support Lurkln Your candidacy is not awak ening much enthusiasm MulliiH MyI constituents arc solid for me- LI1IJdn1lC frozen solid Upto Date As tho old woman said 1 never knew it to begin in time ncornintimid rain nil day in my lift lint Tree known it to begin at noon and ruin till day lots of elutes R PERSONAL AND II ERSQNAL- Lord lrnHHc IntalnHlfhadIudgeJ hl1Jolllngocr oJ j present The Uritisli losetheJ Trap b ItIJllrtrunlIrltish lIehasnuisimntI JSilnThe ionium empress wns exceed Ingly friendly towards Mrs Ill wits StttesnnubussudarupI audlentt7htetnprrtyCoulduetd lngllshUUllI thelasttcntlrtlr1 to steerage passenger messing to them them thJPitylath1lbtrtI I H1eflllII1ppointICIl i Gilbert rind Sullivan comic opera Cum pia Some one it iis alleged brought Ifos I rrntlJfar lionaire looked it over amul saw the name of Mrsl Jfussoll Sage put dowufor2i Juiokly taking his pen the jiliibn I throplst wrote Mr sod lieore tho- signature and returned the list =The dowager duehos of icnoa I duringher l1IibtITIll queen never thought of infection and was in constant attendance upon I her mother to whom she is devotedly attached Itsthe rinvns jiermission the sis tens of the now duke of Hamilton and liraiidun Helena Constance and Flora Douglas aro henceforth to tnjnthe- saute rank title place preeminence nnd preccdi nee as if their father bad lived to succeed to the titles and digni I I UraliI11ItilxIChristian names BOUGHT THEIR FREEDOM Average Irce or a Ilnniiiii Chatteli Ittt Tlinn rlvu llutiilreil D llHr4 In isi there were in Cincinnati the center of the colored popnlation 111 Ohio L 00 colored people Of this number 11U3 had once beep slaves and had gained their freedom by purcnase limit iumuissf0mi or escape iTii had Iwught their freedom at an expense of M5S liefI chase money whist still in slavvry by working Sundays cultivating a little pItch of ground which hail been al lowed them by their masters anil by hoarding the small gifts which would from time to time be given to the slaves Sometimes an indulgent master would illow a favorite slave to buy sus time ho would then hire himself out on 3 neighboring plantation making some profit by tit transaction Others were permitted toga north where they would have more opportunity to earn monty slid there by dint of hard work rind must exacting economy Iiuymould manage to collect the price of their libertyJn there were n Inn number In Cincinnati thus working out tlieicfrt dom the ministers retaining tli Ir II- papers for security One womni paM for herself 100 und tli Mi earned enough to buy a little honv valued at 000 rusts dollar earned by washing and ironiujr Till majorityof frerilom rarners as soon as their own w iis jwil for nt once began to work for thi free dour of a father mother brntliT or sister who was still in slavery Four fifths of the eolureil people in ilucitf hail members of their family yet tin bondage Of course it was only the kinder and more indulgent 111sterswho- would allow slaves to work on+ their freedom Many patholioinstnnovmatiirdyoc 1 curred in connect inn with the purchase of some beloved mother or other men her of the household I gut only one example out of myriads of others like It A young man who had succeeded to buying his own freedom saved 3W more with the hope of buying his aged mother whom he had left iivr years before in Virginia that she might hate tilt comfort of dying a free woman 111 n free stato Having hoard that slit wns foe side he stared Immediately to purchase hfJ After traveling Mill miles he olfrLlU his money for lien 1I1Ic1anllwvs rr fused Not because he did rot offer full value nor because slur was rot fw stile IJlltshl hail four sons and laugh tern together with her whom theo t net Ihgught would sell to greater advnntaK ly keeping the family together and selling them down the river The loving stricken son pllnct d iis- t ail for his mother hut the ownl was ncorable lie woud not sail Inti tit poor bay returned with n heavy ttR i to Cincinnati He learned nften n that the whole fancily were sold ia etR Orleans From the Thesis of InrItti T lliokok ut Yeateru llescrvc Vawf dry tji S- a 1r ti r tHE FARMING WORLD 1SERVICEABLE DEVICE lake a 301 Hxroltent Sweep for i t to HoUtlnjr lilty lcheap null hlghl servieeable lletke for hoisting Iii lbBiuecompnt thc rhk clI1utrt1lctl yltlg edit rrbC bottom of frame I is made with three pieees right feet long securelystrong fralUtd togtt1l1 with crotisplcccg ns 111 the ills A A A sloping ut thu in order that the whole affair may tHilrawn place the suiue Hailed fa1 bights ln It II II lire feel ioi anti only be extra securedlIilleI to a small squats strong plntfonn bove by passing n henry iron strip apiece of old vugon tire is good around the latter The upright Cll isplvotd the Iron pill nt the bottom iindox riuifthroughthe hChH passes For this uprifrht n nimble fork is selected with one prong about t vo fret longer than the oth r To longertheprong at K is secured a pnlly for tlie pilrpgsc of raising the innln pole sweep into the for An Inn pit passes through the prorg and jolr so as m allow thp- olej the c1I motion The pole nhouM be placed in lork t as to just halnncc rthich Will gie tit tend fur hoisting the biyalittlf more length than theotlui Total length of Iii pole should lie I1i tti fated The rope hll lIt K rill hold Inr the lunyark shouldI lie about t11 feel long niul in y lle Mciired at nay convcniu rniiit iiiong the pole within tay ton feet ruin the end At the tlhl and larger end IIfNwtt1 GI is placed a pulley through xxhih passes a repe one md of which iis fi ttrnl nrmuil the uprightI at II The other l1 passes through a pulleyse cured to a frune lit button anti to trist- wdlsfustetivi l d th sintrletreeat K The puloy Incut is shown ut center of frame butln actual use It nay be shifted sons to he ut either end or tart way towatd tame as well as midway the two ends When the pulley is in the venter the twerp plh moves upward in direet liiie u the horse pulls ifi 8i either side the weep us it is raised swing around thus varry in the hay to anyuut oftltc ricl desired The trip rope not shov n In cut uttnt heel to the harpoon foU should he lnig rough to reaeh from tagon to till nuts dsaii part of ridk and is used by the man on vngon to pull the iuyep liaek in place after the bay is trippedI Twenty thirtyor forty tuns of hoc day be put into one rick built IIN1I1IIh as 25 feet high by means of this device Of Course the jvame at bottom roust le acutely KtohLed down A prong irprojection on Mob to entch over the sills to handy at it tan be drawn out with a LlpplttbIll sweep which he hw been lining for uny years with entire cit isfattion k W ahf in lourual of Ag riiMil fcrt lItd WilT of ayeumsug Pig Our exurienee is against wcuaiiiv M s other than to let nuiun lake its prerentI IIhlc1l1t HVCII or eight iambs1 old ts wnemlvisr You will not only dwelt 1 he rv itjuryula niiir ujiJlujij her and then rs r t the cow to eeape without iijuryj rolynhowijinst besomethiif like t arlys posKihle radnaJlv inevaefeedl until abort two moutU of Pale skinIkastchafatt t l unthurtfulre toss of growth IH incurred ragal ligfes yon must wean them at nnI fly wuddcnlytiautftEwiuchettl Ikyauaite llrerdrlAhorsebtetrleri 1 horstheLuttperson of horsy sense an l uuptron I tltett7uftitrsstudyWelfghcanjounwnj i undocarer soon earn what foods are suited for each individual anima1 trillrei fnBdfaeaseUteae requisites will be constnntl- tidtnrJL end misfortuneRural- i r PROFITABLE PIGS The Kind of DIapR SantoIteiultIvnowing otplg1Iuinnagementofthis opportunityto call Importantfacts thoHSpigscomegood stout healthy pigs to begin with I flraIisbesthrnnBhorts andthe1 like rather than cornPlentylleshforndrfffoodI IIl1owll1RhtlopenfieldWhen the pigs are farrowed feed the nt11kbran orliveI theIthe sow hns getsullitIent tlltirhcoldplacertnthrobItthemselvesstreet nt first I with a little wheat shorts in it A little later prinliJlIIIIuutscieformingeatL When they are six weeks old decrease the feed of the sow gradually so her milk Ilea will rlIlllnll ntoleltnn thetaniT IIl1dllllowgrassifhogs that you will newer he ashamed to place on any market and they will pay you for doing tohnlfanything well11lnttsorwerdo iit with your migit with all the care I and judgment you east possibly lustow i 1 11 Hail in Ohio Tanner AIR AND EXERCISE They ttutiTiilly AITirt the ylrat of Mievp Cattle mi I Poultry The meat of certain iiiiimnls sheep rattle and H ultryis preferred I ID eoimiiinds n higher prier and is i hI rrcnter ileinaml in the English market ihiin the meat of other aiiinmls lftin niiitton of Welsh iiioiintniii iitid of the Southdown and IhlSIIlIII jllll subsisting on short mil scant feed i ivgiilarly brings from two to three iciitM Iper lIIIHIIIIIIIIt than much larger and fatter umttuir the practical reason icing the greater iiliic of the miittoi because tit sheep supplying It mj Moro actie perform iig their cvere tory breathing functions more fnlSv and so producing e pure lienlthier and Letter tlavored iiiility of meat The same is true of till K loc nnd other active cattle of Scotland and the IV vin and other netive cattle of liflglnud Ihcir llesh Is hotter tlai ivd from theirI iHtter quality of blond which rcsiiltH front greater activity so that the juicy sweet meat of active cattle generally tells nt front two In four cents Iper pound higher In price thin that of in netive cattle In jMiiiilry the MIIIIO liistinction holds the active lively i reeds usually sinnllish in sure supply till healthiest mil host quality of rotiltry meat Thetsaini1 is true of will fowlI and deer the lies quality of meat iicing obtained fruit thse varieties i p lirceds that art regularly tIll most ac tier in gettingwi b istenee whether on the wing or I like ducksI and geese jii ihn water or on foot Farmers Voice j EXCELLENT HAY CAP I inn t to IroiiTt Muikn IHTcrtuiilly front lilii unit Snow Wherei July is KueKed out of doors for tCU1OttcaI I t j I large sliwts of till nanvu and stretch rverthe stack pinning the corners by illKing a peg in the stack The plun is uinodilicallonof the Dialler hay caps used extensively in the IIkId duriuir Ito harvest when rainy weather Mil nay iWiilv come on Such a rap willct lertually ketep ruin and snot from till hav thus nwlering it fir tore imlri tiws and IluJatable to stocktaria and Home Dlt nee In MPle Sagnr goodlI than in threequarle suirar grove It will inkoSS of I he common crops about 20 to 25 years to bring trees to- lappint ronditlon Perhaps the toys Iknefit hut that is true willI get the anti- hurnl exixnslve houses hell uc huild lnlle wr will he in large demand for the next tine years owln destruction Df callC in Cuba 1to the is nIW83s a good Jyln R crop Irst IOnI one dollar II cluBs sirup will coal ticjuf IB worth tea ta JI and goodgallon IV IIr twelve cents per Bound x P d oS u lb MmKiru Fall lscunloAuRut ftIs bytJllI on August ftth at the rate of 31000 for the round trip anti only one dollar more to Toronto The route is via Toledo Oetroit and through Canada via Ito Michigan Central Ksllwav which Is the only line passing in full vilely of the great Horse Shoe Falls on the Cum dinn side at Pulls View Station Special train of elegant duty coaches and parlor unit sleeping cars will leave the C II C n depot Fifth and Hay utrunningthroughtotheFulls1 agents of this company will escort the party and will see to it that everybody desiringtoanti sleeping ears should make early application to the ticket agents of the C II t In Ky Tho train will leave Hamilton at JMS Davton 8Vi Troy 4v 1iijua tIS Sidney RH Lima two Tickets will be goal uti to nod includ ing train leaving Fulls Saturday Au gust S- Dotnut impatinthnt do you ttilnk yourself in tilt umltrr with outIIPuiKiit Incurable1 boredom 1o or You told tiie 1 think that you hud ion ynarselliPslbntZcsHo got no tee Onligranls Messenger Tltt Frances I iulruty ot tha tut Wh llI for vcrnlty moro of Chltu1JIknown as Mi wiiih of its dUlO an school of The Ufllvcrslty of Chicago The tvhluterAcndcaytoTito is an aulliaied academy of the University uil1tIcleight of its lit teen trustees are trustees the University rI The lucid tutuIl internal ailmlnlstratli the Aendenty will lie Iia charge of the orI ycatshaseoutvoIcat with that of Morgan 1ark Acailcmy will tit jiiijlls for any College in tbu IUll11 KIXII TO Tilt tIIIIIllltd why did rou jivo your grandmother a puleink1 ninbivlla on her birthday I exjKvt to myselfCbleugoRecur A Great IniliiMtry The Strrk Uros Nurwries this city anti Rolimit t 1III is a viritablo beehive The ttvolhIitsenInrgettSow York 11ot wllnl The olllco toive is hurrying out Lo C nov styli eaiivai t ltiK outlits photos of fruits trees orchardsI IKiildiic frulqHllItll1t1ll1ll iialniv t tc Scy cent ileparliuentit give all their time Iste curing salesmen Stark liras have room for unergtt ie solleiturs Vitli Mirhitrojftvfs and millions IIf fruit tve dull flutes uu known loiiUImm Missouri Pees 1ClhltOh liuvo von headI about Cora Carrot is toinir to marry a rich widower with six children1 DonnShut always was a greenly tiling TitUHs Itntf ICntrn In Oiiiulni Via The SI1lhVlIU Itne lbieaC North 1Ve5trru llyi Auenst t15 in and IT Istat one tare for the round trip MiAu gust I oxfursiou tlikois ni vorv low rules will also K sotil from Omiilia to Denver and tile famous lint Springs of South Diikota For full iiiformntlou apply to ticket agents of Ioiineitlinr lines or addn 5- IYltlitsi ttsl1A1ACIdeagnIILT- ttouts KOI WltlldllIllIll is tho capilul of I nat Hrllnin Thomasf Tti mas eountryChicago1t4curd Chllitrrn for Adoption- If you desire to adoiit n nlco child of any ago iiildnss 1 C Homo Society UM La HillcSt Hoom Ul Chicago HI Enclose J dint stump for reply with circular Vno was the first wheelman Fattier Time From alto beginning ho hung gone on by cyclesDutnorestsFirs permanently cured No Ills after llrst dues uso of Dr Klines liroal Nerve Restorer FreoW trial bottle treatise DuKiiNilT3ArchstI IMilla 1a- Mistr is n propluvy of what life IIs to be the ninil or of promise 1IIIIlnltcl out of seeini into hearing Mrs It MI Childy Stu air roughens the skin Use Glunua Sulphur Soap Hills Hair and Whisker Dye 50 c ruts ICfUlOsnrAKuHo you know I havent Inro I moved into my new house Yoast How du you account 1101 Booking lit thldayfwutmowcd iVherown ken Statesman TitnuR Is in mans nature a secret inclina tion and motion towards the love of others which if it he not spent upon 0110 or a fow doth naturally spread Itself towards many and niaketh men become humane and cha- rliableLord Hacon 4 Nov 11I11W11t ambitious young trout yon 1 have tried my voice I want you to toll mo frankly what it Iis best adapted lo And without n moments hesitation thu eminent musician replied Vhlsiicrtug TidHits Wr phial o tin thlncs we hear with much more willingness than tune wo see ho cauMj we envy the present and reverence the past thlnulng ourselves tnstrnctwl by the one and overlaid by tho other Hen J onto u SurUarrv tell mo do you love mo for myself olonol ItoOf course darling anti Im no glad to know that you are to como alone 1 was a little afraid that your mother might bo thrown in as a sort of handicap you know Iloston Transcript Ir picture IIs daubed with tinny glaring colors tho vulgar eyu admire it whereas ho judges very contemptuously of some ad mirable design nkelched out only with n lalnckllCncl1lhough by tho hand of Itaphucl HIMAX NATCarThIcros ono troublo about vacation complained Joluiny Vhy whats tnU Rskltl his surprised mother You taut have no fun piny I hookey nn its thooxeitingcsl game going explained tho aggrieved JohnnyIlarpora- Bazar M nc boss in I Uloman with tho three days whiskers stud tho reversed dollar Haint in to JoulIIIld tho office boy ots do reason ho aint In to mot lie aint in to you because I am on to answered the boy unit went back to his tiieholaondetectiveIbdlaUUPOUD I Pill Clothes Tho good pill hu a stood coat The pill coat servos two purposes it protects the pill en nbling it to retain all its remedial value and it1disguises tho taste for tho palate Some pill coats are too heavy they will not dissolve in- III tho stomach and tho pills they cover pass I through tho system as harmless as a bread pellet Other coats are too light and permit the speedy deterioration tho pill After 30 years oxDosuro Ayors Sugar Coatod Pills havo been found as effective as if just fresh from tho labor Into7 Its a good pill with a good coat Ask your druggist for 1 Ayers Cathartic PillstprcjffJMote pttt particular to Ayer Curebook too beat Itcc JC Ayer COl Lowell Mm l- lt11lAF11111t xt 1 71 tti111 1111 rAll t 1 IIII 1111IIBAII II 4 chewers just about as long as 5 cents worth of other brands will serve one man This is because a 5 cent piece II IIof BATTLE AXt is almost as large as the JO cent piece ofother iIIIIII high grade brands II II III HARVESTI J I I EXCURSIONS II- O TIIE FAa1i 1ANOS ANO CITIES OF TiIT West Northwest and Southwest I The Itorllnpton Route and mtnj sttltrn railroads nlll cell1 1 KXCVRXIOX TICKETS at VOEIDCIX LOW norrnxraDTmap ELATES oa August 4 IB September I 15 29 and October 6 20 Take this opportunity to so and see the splendid crop that Nebraska Northern Kansas and other Western oootlona have produced thus year Ak your nearest ticket airont for particular and see that your ticket reads via the BURLINGTON ROUTE Send to the undersigned for a pamphlet no charge about Western Farm Land P 8 EU8TI8 Conorol Paesongor Agont CHICAGO ILL Money in HayrThe farmers who are making money this year are those who eluded down their wheat ilrTtTKa Bradleys They secured extra wheat the fertillzr and now have The World feat Vuntcd in oar7 town sna elly to Nil annrtldfl Anenl ran tOur Mrl o nownaCA IlinKord 9uNew York PIIINCIIAL grass with I Fertilizers I to more than pay for splendid crops of hay to sell at high prices Bradley Fertilizer CoBostonMassaadOcvelandOhlo IIAGENTS urededrnverlbodr tnakoratnItoferdar JuUlfmlrdufIlV- unall STEADY WORK WB TAT CASH WEEKLY ancl ann flrhttllo SXLp STARK TftEES mlllloniUiUd proven baol 11IlellA N ICE 1015 WHEN WKITIXO TO ABVERT1KJM Ieue state that 7r saw at advsaH-Maett U Ikii psper i xj r r I a r x t I Woes1ereaWINCHESTER I N H WITlIERSrOON President IL D HUNTEU Cashier I Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Thli Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers trailers and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky 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from a disordered condition of the liver stomach And bowels kidney dilllcultiw nnd blood derange meats GO cults n bottle 0 Dr Swans Pills A specific for hoadncho and other kindred ailments lib pills 25 coats J SpecificI This Office LINCOLN Kidney Cure indispunsablo Cascara biliousno dispppsia indigestion A substitute for Quinine Cures nil v forms of malaria intermittent fever neuralgia etc etc 25 pills 25 cents f Lincoln On tho Monoy Question On the afternoon before the agination when Vice President Fchuylor Colfax was on tho eve of departing for tho wcat to examine into tho conditions and pro pccts of tho proposed Pacific railway President Lincoln raid to him measuring his words1Illr Colfax I want you to take a message from mo to time miners whom you visit I have very largo Ideas of tho mineral wealth of our nation Now that tho rebellion Is oycrthrown i and we know pretty nearly the amount of our national debt tho more gold and silver we mine mnkes tho payment of that debt no much the easier Now I am going to encourage that in every pos Bible way We shall have hundreds of thousands of disbanded soldiers and many Imo feared that their return homo in such great numbers might paralyze industry by furnishing suddenly A great er supply of labor than theme will be n demand for I am going to try and at tract them to tho hidden wealth of our mountain ranges where thero la room enough for all Immigration which even tho war lams not stopped will laud upon our shores hundreds of thousands more per year from overcrowded Europe T intend to point them to the gold and sliver that wait for then In tho west Tell tho miners from mo that I shall promote their interests to tho utmost of my ability because their prosperity is tho prosperity of time nation and we shall prove in a very few years that we are tho treasury of tho world The Standard Kitchen Cabinet for which Mr J A Lipps is tho agent for this county is one of the most convenient articles for tho culinary department that has ever come to our notice It is com posed of eighteen different kitchen tools ImxiH bins and receptacles which if bought separately would cost ouch more till the kitchen and ho unhandy and in the WilY Not so with the Stan lard Cabinet It combines cleanliness economy and beauty With it there is no vermin no dust no dampness no must no insects no mildew It saves time saves health saves sweeping saves waste of material saves thousands of I stop saves stooping saves evaporation saves Hcriihblng It is a beautiful piece of furniture and an ornament to any kitchen While compact and out of the way it is immediately in hand and need ed in every household thico times a day for allt hay 4 ill the year NO rom HANDS Can Do Lnlil on the Roaster as n Party EmblWR There has been some unnecwsary di Minion till to the right of the bolting DcmncrnlM to use the ancient suit hon orable rooster at the head of their pro IlO5odl ticket on the orlicial ballot in Ni vomhor It has boon stated that the de cision rented with the secretary of lit a tt Itcpiiblicnn stud it was playfully sug gested that he knew his bnnitieiw It The facts in the WHO are thnt the secretary has no option whajewr in the IrCJa6cII MVO to refuse the bolter the right adopt tho chanticleer as their urn toII 1111cmptctlI The fltnluto requires each political party in sato convention to choose H devise or emblem and certify the saint to the iccietary of state In keeping with this time honored custom Major W W Armstrong f Cleveland at the last state convention of tho regular Democ racy hold at Columbus moved the selection of time rooster nailas tuual was given three cheers for his graceful presentation of the domestic virtues of tho fowl No other organization cannot lay claim to the proud bird of free dom The Republicans in tho same way foreclosed on the right to uso tho eagle It is to bo feared that time only member of the animal kingdom left for tho goldbrick Democracy is the simple though clamorous noose The thought that one of its kind ono laid golden eggs will ho soothing The same lint exists in Kentucky wlioro tho Republi cans have chosen time tog cabin as their I device umLtlio Democrats tho same old rooster hnitiircri Store House For teat I here a first class brick store home situated on one of tho best corners in Fltiol flretn which 1 desire to rent John M lloiio has closed out and quit time goods business which leaves a lino opening for a firstt clays store Call and or address G 15 Swvxco Nay G5 1S9G Hazel Green Ky Suggeitions are now in order as to the roper omblom to head the ticket for time Cookoo Democracy of time nation A golden calf would moro properly repro sent tho sentiment of tho party unless it he a golden ass Either would bo sag jestivo and not confuse tho voter Time ld Democratic rooster with head erect anti tall fenlhoM spread will tlo business on tho ticket as usual mill no silver voter will mix him either with tho golden ass bull or eagle and theroforo it is of little moment what emblem tho Coo koos useOwen News a LIGH7NING CURES Colic Cramps DlarrHOOB Flux Cholera Morbus Nausea x Changes of Water Etc HEALS j j Bugs Tutu Good i BIRD I I t TIT t To of I The Democratic County Committee of cur county I having called a Primary election for time nomination of candidates for tho various county offices on Sop tom I lit 1her 10 1800 it bohooves tho candidates to inform till I voters of their candidacy So I take this as ono moth II- od of informing you that I am a candidate for f 1m V I 16 Not of my own volition altogether but through I Iand by tho solicitations of many of tho voters of Wolfe fIcounty whom I Imvo sorted as County Clerk for the 11- I six years Many of thorn havo not only requested t but insisted on my making tho race for County Judge and expressed thoir desiro to sec mo 1 Ioll1ot11jA6 on account of my past service and my familiarity with i the duties of the oilico and tho management of tho af 4 of tho county 1 hud fully made up my I ago that I would not ho a candidate for any ollho at tho coming ruction but when men whom I served and I trust oilicienlly served so persistently U Qinlist upon amt to make this Taco I1 fool that I would Im I J t I disloyal to thorn if J1 wore to refuse to make this race d Hut having always hadIt desireI to bo a man among U QQ nIPl servo my countrymen whenever called upon I nown- u1111W to their request and submit my claims to 1 I f 1 t t 9 E secure my election nod if elected I will guard their 1 6 and servo thorn in a way becoming an Q Judge in tlio service of an honest T r lignin thanking you for past favors and solicit inir II1 your support in this raP 1 Jun yours most truly 6U m T If J I II III 1LIt Je M PRACTICAL 1f and i 1 I 1 GREEN KY f1m l rJ Keeps n full line of ItIcuLlryMl 1 6r nor DROPS ISOLD Mere Wolfe Going 1fIDIDII hatedfpooploI g = HAVENS j Fino Wntchos nnd Gold Syoctaolcs n Specialtyx If you need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see us iii We can save you big money j 1 S1 4 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