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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 tilt 7 THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD=r Jf=r Established March 4 1885 Mndo Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continont by Max ORoll mow r 4r4 i- a SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor e or a NI r World With xw From All NMIon LumbTIn nt III Hack a IOO A YEAR AlwaysI In Advance J f I 11 TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER H 1890 NUMBER 2U S+ Jam No CripeWhen you take Roods rllls The big oldfash toned sugarcoated pill which tear you nil to I pieces are not In It with Hoods Easy to take Hoods IIupl lSIsafe druggists 2flc C I Hood Co Lowell Mass The only Fills to take with Hoods SarsaparllU Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect April 1 1896 WEST 30UNDII NvII a Nofi STATIONS No1 Sundays Dully ex 1iUonly Sunday Lexlgton 10 00 tunGI tiO pm a Ifillll OIJInI am IIi 21I JlIII a r3 pm Winchester tl 10 03 llll La pm Write I 8 fi4 11111III IT pin 2 00 par Indian lIis MliI 31 pin 1 10 inn HI i 1l1II II 10 am jStantonjIH 10 11111II 5 OJ put 11 20 am Fihon7 t5 I 17 inn 1018I am Ihmdee 7 1t 11111I 1 32 pin 10 17 am lat Hridge 7 IKS am 14I 127 jim 10 07 am Torrent 1 I 7 JdI 11111I 1 11 pin t 1liI am Ileattyvu li 7 3t a frJ pin 8 US am ThreeFksIti M11I1II Ii I 12lpm 8 00 am i12 am a LLpin 7 IS am- i Elkatiiwu IIii OS am 2tiD pin 1i1i am Jackson ii I iMlnni SJ pn1 ti la tau EAST BOUND No I ITx I STATIONS No 2 Sunday Daily ex lIihIIlIh Sitndnv Lexington 9 20 7 Iii mn j jti ttO am Avon 2 17 11111 s ll5 am I 7 OS ttn- tIlinelnster 3 IIi 8 10 ma I I s 10 am Fairlie a 21 tau s 3iI ma 15 M am- K II Inliiu I riId t 37 pal II 111 am JI am flay lily lt 35 pin U 2S anti 111t d3I mn stilt 111 1 13 pal D W mutt 12 in per PiItl I1 is pre t1 ilillt 12 II jnu Uumlte 1 tt jpmiIlUi i 5 11mI 13 pm- N IlIrJ1 117I 1 jim U 12 nm ltI pin Turnlit I1511 pmlio 27 nm 2 110 poi Ilin I Hi juniiu it am t111 i juii 1111l i Jii pin ll 111I t 2i pm Atb l 4S pm 11 22am 4 lit inn Elk im IlY pin II 4t mn i i 05 jnu JIIL Ii in jim IIII iVumj j 20 par N tul arrivn snit depart from C I 41 niII oi IMI at Lexington All freight train IIi witl depart Irom Xctherland J LIV1NCSTONVice and OPII Man ells t till I illI It1ss AKtlit i i THIS ATCHidgl- lllrillmtin 1 snllP ns nil I ynn WAOTG1 I WUU Will i itorun well and rrk1 ffood time 7 iNE PRICE IS 250 This wntfh is exact wixo as rop II nlanufiaIII l i mdBlom sot quictelrnin dtiplox VS nllllUfn 1 wd in your ortloru or call lull BOO tiS vhon you como to1 Lexington Fred J Heintz A Manufacturing Jeweler rGovernment Building Lexington r To the Democracy of tho 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky- A call having recently been made by the Democratic committee of this judicial district for a Primary election to bo held in each of the respective counties of the district on the 3d dny of October 1810 to nominate candidates for the offices of circuit judge and commonwealths nttor ney in response to the solicitation ofI friends and following the natural incliI natioiis of my own mind I have decided to become a candidate for tho office of commonwealths attorney I made this decision and I now make this announcement with a full realization of the importance to tho people and to the country of tho office to which I as pire also with a full knowledge of tho duties and responsibilities which rest upon the incumbent of said office JII hepe that this announcement will not be regarded by those who may rend it 1111I time egotistical outcroppings of the fllllCYI ofII presumptuous youth hilt as time rooI salt of what I hope you may consider the pnrdonablu ambition of a young mllnII to buttle and contend for the better grander ad nobler things of life unit whose desire is that his course in lifoII may be onward and upward In view of the fact that ittthe limited time in which this canvass is to he made it will be impossible for me to mike III thorough personal canvas of time entire I district and meet timid form a personal I acquaintance with each of time Democrat ic voters of tilt district which I should indued be very notch pleased to do I havo adopted this method of reaching you and of telling you who 1I am what I am and what I sauttii I11111112 years of age and wax iborn anti roared in Wolfe county Kentucky have never resided outside of tho county illdelillI no means tilt best but always to take advantage of and use what few pro I rtcntvd thenmelve + I received what ed j ucation I 101111111 chiefly in the common I school of my county I began teaching at the age of fourteen and taught in the public ichools anti in select schools for nine consecutive yeir and during the time I never taught with any other tllRIIII a first class certificate I quit teaching I because of the meager remuneration nod because of the bent of my mind to follow us II thought it more lucrative stud a I more congenial profession I began the studyof law when I was about 20 years of age and at time age of 281 obtained n license to practice law and T have been regularly and actively engagedl in the practice ever since lint time relieving that time trod moneyspent thr1profllIiPioll1 I Ii 1111111Il1 close of the term of ISH In ISIl Iithl the solicitation of mv friends I ne c pled tho office of county superintend eat of schools without opposition either fur tho nomination or lit the regular nice tion which position I now hold I mean to make tho host possiblo use of the limited time which I have to coII you all and form a personal acquaintance I t with you that you may tune hotter jll of my qualifications goII We need to nominate unit elect to this office who are honost industrious saber nod capable men who will IiiII charge their duty and administer justice t all alike without fear or favor and j regardless of conditionI or position in life I I twit when IISit this IIrho not mean to I say or even to insinuate that any who opposes me dues not Poa5eaa nil manI qualifications in time highest dcgreeij I am a Democrat mid always have been mud expect to continue to ho to j lung as the Democratic party continues j to advocate as she has always thoso principles which I boliovo clOIICI fur tho bet ill terlliof the IIMSHMM of the American people I and SewAll for presi I flu for Hryan dent anti vice president and am ready I and willing to defend the platform upon which are nominated My whole life has been spent in tho honest earnest endeavor to educate qualify and prepare myself for useful nuns in life that I would merit the con fidence of my fellowmen As to how well I have succeeded along this line I will leave for you to determine at the polls on the 3d day of October- I expect to make thin raco upon myI own merit and by tho aid of my friends and not upon any mans demerits I earnestly solicit tho support and the vote of every Democrat in tho district and I promise you that nominated and elected I will well and faithfully din charge every duty connected with said office to tho best of my judgment and ability I will use my utmost cndenv r to HCO that justice is meted out to every ono alike without fear or favor but I promise you that I will persecute no manI appeal to the young men of time dis trict who have the bulk of your life before you and who arc just starting out upon lifes rugged highway and who are studying to prepare yourselves for use fulness in life timid who are struggling to rise in the world I appeal to you to lend mo a helping hand in this struggle and thereby pave the way for yourselves and for other young men to rise to positions of importance timid trust I appeal to the old men who have sons whom they are educating or who lire edu eating themselves and upon whom your fondest hopes are centered raid for whom you expect a bright future and whom you would like to see rive in time world I appeal to you for your influence your support and your votes and I have many reasons to hope that I will not be disappointedi Nominate me rod you give your own sons new courage to continue the MtrllgI gloOoto against mo mind defeat me and you therebysay to your own sons that nil their ellorts mire comparatively in vain Will you help utey It costs you nothing but the mere exercise of your volition in my behalf With hope I await your answer at the bulls on Oc tober 3 IJSJIO Yours 1000pcctftlllrI A F HYH1 Campion Ivy u iovernor Matthews of IIndiana seems to bo stile to Bile up the goldbug Demo cratic bolters with a goal deal of aces racy Hue is what he him to nay about thorn c liThe mountain has labored and brought forth a mouse It in H matter of indifference to Democrats n8 to whether or not the disgruntled gentlemen styling tlicnwlvra gold DamociiUs may elect to put a ticket in the field There 11mI too many conflicting motives animating them largely personal and selfish toI hold them together as an orgnniJition Dill there iii reason to be amazed at their eflronlery and assurance in assuming the mere of the National Democratic party That meeting is suggestive of tin throe filetIilending their aid to tho enemies of tho party to secure time election of McKinley They could more properly be termed time 1epiiblictin annex for they are but time sideshow to the IRepublican circus The Democratic party adopted a iplatform at Chicago in perfect harmony with tho records mad traditions of the party for lf yens especially as to time financial plank These gentlemen unable to con trol the convention or dietnfo tho plat prillI they play name themoelvc the common Isouse public will recognize what they arc bolters nothing more nothing loss DOIIIO1II Time movement on foot by tho quartet illII I I 1111111IekOIlJllIltCI publican party organs groat alarm Three of this quartet fared wolf in recognition at time conference but somehow poor 1ickons seems to have been lost in the deal They will play their brief part upon the jMlitical stage then oblivion They will not carry with them 2000 votes in the state and will add to the Democratic ticket three times that number Bryan will carry Indiana by an unprecedented majority in a presidential year vvrANTKDSKVKKAL FAITHFUL MEN 1 1or women to travel for roiponslhlo us r-Salnry780paynbluperllllHllt Itefcrence JlIel080 selfnddrec sell envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2218 J wilt Brlif Ui Prosperity Tho London Eng wows of recent date says The financial situation in tho United States is very serious Tho condition of affairs in the United States congress de mands tho immediate attention of Dritish financiers and statesmen Time trade of the world is now hi our hands but it will not long rennin if tho United States goes to n bimetallic basis with free and unlimited coinage of silver With the addition of silver to tho volumo of money everything in America would take on a new face labor and industry would gain new life the gripe of tho gold standard on the products of the world would he loosened and prices would rise Great Britain would lose her mar kets in South America Aitia and Europe and Americium ships would not bo long in capturing time carrying trade of the world II HriUllhcreditor must now apply themselves quickly to tho American money problem Tho American people are now thoroughly aroused and educated on the power and use of money And rondo desperate by debt mud money de Ire ion they are forcing free silver as the main issuei Great Britain need femur no injury to her trade or investment if time Republicans can force protective tar in as the main issue in the coming presil dential campaign but if free silver dom inates the American minds and carries at time polls it will bring about a change in Kngland that will bo ruinous in its suddiiint and severity The dnmiigu that can be done BritiMh manufacturers by protection is Might comparedI with thei Natter that would bo entailed by a change from H single grill to a com photo bimetallic standard The MUCCCMH of frets coinage will hriii down the rate of interest on money mil cause HII immediate rise in this prico of all commudiitai When silver becomes ptiniary money the American mine wilt pour their product into the mints sail a new era itimilnr to that produced by tilt issue of greenbacks during the civil W twill begin Gold will leave the bank and enter into competition with llvrI in time avenue of trade and the manu factories of the United States wllioli have IHCII shut down or crippled fudt 1882 will again rcmtmn their fight for the English markets 1 It matters tint to rent Britain which party micoerdi if tho gold standard is nminUined hot either of tho old parties or a new party which gas into ower pledged to free coinage will be inimical and prejudicial to English nianufaetnrios andI tr Je The American jiwiple are massing now1 on froe silver ail when that Iissue camel fairly before the American people 1Ifclfi1 land will regret her apathy nail adhoHll unco to tin single1 gold standardI I Aro You Tired All the time This condition is a dura indication that your blood is set rich and nourishing HS it ought to Iw and aa it may lie if you will take a few lioltloa of tho great blood purifier Hoods StIr inparilln Thousands write that HooillL KnrsnpnriUa pima cured them of that tirfil fueling by giving them rich red blood Hoods fills act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels Cure slate hondache Hon Hilly O Mia is getting tho laugh from tho Litton1 Kentucky prose for his inconsistency in the lpresent II nnncinl fight IIt Iin said that ho IU sow a red hot gold hag hilt on tho IHth day of Juno when he was a delegate to the congressional convention in which Fudgo Bccknor gold bug was a candidate against u silverile Hilly O was a red hot silver beetle and yelled himself hoano for time silver crowd to come over to his side mill be counted with tho silvorhugs Billy O aint a double standard man for ho has but out leg and crutches it with time other but ho is time kind to win an office nowadays Frankfort Argus Storo Houso For Rent I havo n first class brick store house situated on ono of tho hest corners In hazel Green which I desiro to rent John M Rose line closet out rand quit time goods busincuM which leaves n finn opening for n first class store Call mind or address 00B SwAxao May 0 18UG Hazel Green Ky4 Fit l k THE HERALD SPENCER COOPEIt FuDltshec HAZEL GREEN i i 1tY I HIS IDEAL4 tHy love In like the rose Is i When every bloom that blows f 11111h1unL Is t i c t iM t l jerlcetineke harness Then a voice cnimiinmkd Throw yer hands up Two llgures one armed and person sire loomed ahead Old Jeds hands got1 white and bloodless and up they wentWe I thlIup nt u gallop het you Chaprell chattered tin e nan op Int thet my gel hats what but dont you mind yourlfclilly yer aint goln fer tub err wild cut the justice blurted cees I am though she replied an git a move on jedge we alitno time fer foolln Hurry inter 1 rider than a maverick yet powerI the justice really felt constrained inply with the orders He silcd1 ords out however as 1ft lit ol1leialI lie were only about half open andI ing badly less you kin trove ou home without t the bride the cowboy remarkedI the thing wens over and tossing 1 coin into his pnrentiiilaws lap fee he soon prevailed UJKMI tho oldij man to start upon his way bridal tour on horseback was i the valley to Scraggs ranch N 4 N M M 0 but a work later In the evening inn could have bwri wen shod the approach to the ranch lastI oned One was Justice Higgins kher Mosquito Jim or just Slwlte I to boil his name down a tritle had revolersndult nie reutly e 1alnlIlIllllIII i time MrI and Mist Chapparal1I hove in sight And it was very o get the drop on the preoecu duple w dung yon put your own paws said tin justice in an olllcialI f voices being duly elevated Skeet forward and took away the ar worn by Harry Urt will conic to order said tlit- an Skcetcr I I IIor James doi now defendant C11ap rem Barry cts what z he bin guilty of onconstitntion conduct I I hi lei in gniunds is hereby declared snf an the judgement an decree off ere court is fer full an complete e of said defendant from sum dI y UP Higgins Andsnid defendant is r warned to git out of this icre i an jurisdiction forthwith an itlyI if not sooner rcupon fie old man hauled hl ter home across the starlit coun vulging on the way some exceed interesting and theretofore un greattorlonsto his awed and silent dough P V M An Anrlcnt Soupcrjr he unearthed city of 1ompell the vation of which bus been the of revealing ninny antiqiu CUll thieve is to IMS seen n soap manor y with all the kettles and other iicrnalia pertaining to the land also a quantity of soap evidently oduct of this ancient Boapery ago Inter Ocean rica lost year called for and re 224789 gnllons of American cot doll paying 72350 for iU r d k 0 RUFES BILLIARD BALLS Not Ivory Nor Celluloid and Were Sever TumetlCamo by u Gift of Nature How does It come that you have red white and blue billiard balls asked the whip salesman of Hufe Elsele who keeps the Bruit house at Sloop Creek Tis kinder extraordinary aint it said llufe Hut somehow or another jxtraordinary things happen down here You wouldnt believe It if I told you that I had them balls afore I had the table I bought the table for 40 from Bar jreenleaf and ho won It at a mile up to Asbury That tables wuth plum 250 and the balls is just a gift of nature Come by U special act of Providence you might soy You never see balls AvoryyfUII they celluloid they wouldnt be here now They aint this patent putty compo l thou that they make cheap pool bulls of either Just what they are I aint pre pared to say tumid I spcct that the na ture of the material these were mud 1trout is cheap from what it was at first Ill tell you how 1 come by em and youll learn what extraordinary things can happen down hereaways A year ago the 13th of June there was a party of Brooklyn fallows down here told they set out for iv good time They fetched cards and chips with them and to play poker until four oclock in the mornin and then go fishing I sot up with them raid took a hand in the game We were settin at that round table and it was pushed over in the corner betweenI them windows Long about 1SJ oclock 1 was mixing drinks for the crowd when 1 heard thunder and muttcrin and see flashes of lightnin I told then fellows theyd butter move away from the windows but they laughed utine One fellow had been winning right straight along He had a big pile of chips in front of him rend theywas in hisI way So he began stashing them up aeeordin to solar and laid L5 of eachl I kind in stacks side by side on the win dow sill Meanwhile the storm broke Mud the lightning played hob around the house The party got lhinderscnrct I trod jumped up promptly when 1 pro posed to till to go to the bur and have a drink J was just settin out till glasses when there was a swish of lightning that turned the whole air blue 1 didnt hear any thunder but I see big bulls of then dunning round the room and one of them hit iie right on the breast and knocked me down behind the bar lacy man lit the roots was hit pluml in the jiard with a ball of fire and knocked that 1 dont know tow long iit was before we all came to and tool our drinks but 11o know that the stormI hud passed I looked around aunt wis surprised to ilnd that lothing had bent hurt After the fellows nil took their drinks they wanted to play lpokeri again and started for tin table There the tel low that had won most of the chips put up a holier shout then He said swine body had got em- II didnt ii liege that possible and I told him that the lightning had probab ly knocked them otTen time window sill Then he looked on the Poor under the table amidsaidI I dont see no chips but heres a billiard Balind he picked1 1a red hill Now l never had n bit liard hall in my house before and I thought that lie won paying trick em me until tine of the other fellows muted his feet Mud rolled a white hall out 011 the floor 1 picked it up and found iit was hot A iiinute later Ike Hicks gave a whoop lad held up a Line billiard bull saying it was the first he had ever stir in Ills life Then it came to us all atone that the lightning land struck then poker chips and mclt d em into solid halls IVips they aint quite as iregular as sons but they answer all our par posesN Y Sun HE STOPPED ASKING QUESTIO- Nwlhits tad llviii In IrUnii unit Wu Nol lMhlllllrti ul It The evidence the witness had giveni lied been very strong against the law yers side of the case Mud lawyer like he was trying his best to break the testimony or throw discredit on time wit uteri He had tried browbeating but the nan ignored his clTorts and in an easy heircontained way stuck to history s lie had tried crossquestioning him but with nr better success and1 he was on the point of giving up when a chance remark caught his emir and riveted his courage S I gather from what you just said that you hive been in prison Is that trueYes sir I have burn In prison The attorneys eyes snapped and a contented smile spread over his features as he drew a sighI of llIIlft pro triumphsthough CClllf tmient case was you The jury will notice that the wit tress confesses havingI been in prison How long were you in prison Eighteen months Your do not pretend thut you were not justly confined lXo sir Under the circumstances I presume it was mail right Of course tin genti INn of the jury will understand without my coiling attention to It how much value to plae on the evidence of a man of this kind Will you please state the name of the prisonCertainly sir Andersonville That marie n difference 1ittaburgli News The three cent nickel piece received the authorization of congress by n law passed April 3 1805 and its coinage wise begun the same year + A LITTLE NONSENSE Those Sympathetic Neighbors That Mrs Weeper seems perfectly in consolable Yes she is evidently try ing to create the impression that she invented being a widow Chicago Itcc ord Editor to aspiring writlIItYou should write so that the most ignorant cant understand what you mean Aspirant Well what part of my para graph dont you untlerstnndsirIit lilts No Maud doesnt ride a wheel because her arms are so thin Are you sure you mean her arms Yes They split her sleeves every time she rides against the wind Indianapolis JournalI 5AWheelman in Hard Lucklossvt- ong do you suppose your bicycle will last t111lillillI the wheelman ex amining his lacerated hands If it lands 011 top every time we fall to nntingethat it will last much longer than its owner Xorristown Herald A Isefu Ikokf dont think I want a cyclopedia said the woman of the house but if you tutee got any nice books for children Great Scottt madam exclaimed the unblushing hook aTcnt We use this cyclopedia 1for a childrens halt at our house ale together Ihrysit on it at the table Chicago Tribune Where He Was weakrhr famous baseball pitcher had walked tin floor with the youngest of his family fir rm hour or FO MaryI he said if the manager saw me now I bet 11 uet soaked with a fine Why asked his wife sleepily I dont seem to hun my controlt of the bawl I tCinri- nnnti Knqilircr CliiircliCoijig Made1 Kasy This must Ibe a pretty religious town judg Illig from the number of churches it 1has stud the traveler It aint that misterI The people is so darn lazy that tit re had to be lots of churclus set an und handyIike to get them to go to rummy ofemintlintinpolisJour nal NAMES OF GENERATIONS They May tin ICdlril Upon to Ciieiviy the Appr YtimU AiiA little girl remarked the other Jay n one of those quaint reflections of childhoodIt Is queer shut people should call me Mary and my mother Mamie1 Of course it nirims that her mother as named or nicknamed before the strange reaction set in within the last I51 years against the ie crae that had raged for so long One sees nowadays many mammae who hear silly pet names which they would not dream of perpetuating in their daughters and there lire even fathers who are calledI Willie to soy nothing of Ham told Nick while their offspring stagger along un der the stately successors of these lov ing titles they are William and Samuel and Nicoilcmus and seem living rc proofs to tilt familiarity and nonsense of their parents cognomens One is brought face to glee with this IUIiIlIlSlgrowth of custom when one sees some 10 or Od children together at- a summer hotel and notes that there Is not only not an iit1 hilt not a fanci fill name among them There are few Leilas and Mauds and ircues They are ICIIen Katharine always spelled with a inail Itcbecea mAv In Tact one can tsfiitss at the ale of many women within II few years at least by the name famil laxly given them in their own homes If one is called Mag or ilshe is ItIIIHltlSIllI ty or Inisyor live site is revue mo hSa nickname as or Toodlcs Ifi site is called Margaret or Wilhel mma shut is in her twenties ff sir IfI ilaln old Hannah she is only just in her teens College girlsI remark upon the iclerity wits which n girls name changes in the catalogue of the lust itit tion from her freshman year to her I ophomote If she Is entered there as E Minnie Smith the first year says one such ob server it is a deadsere thing that the 1asst catalogue that come out will find her MCmeiinc Mary Smith She cant help it It iis in tin air Mut will brooding vooing mothers who want to talk baby love to their little mss go on forever calling them by the dignified titles tint lined the grand fathers from whom the reams were taken Wont they ever put their little ones again in speech as well as In deed and in truth Chicago Tribune Ail Artful Scliniuc I wonder what mikes so many of these actresses have their pictures takenl with just n hciidand bur shoulders and trot a bit of waist to be seen asked the unsophisticated person That said the man who knows it nil is done so that the picture can be used for the next 20 or 30 years without tny chance of being given away by the oldstyle tress seeCinelnnuti En quirer Not u New Invention It now appears from very satisfac tory testimony that gimletpointed wood screws instead of being a recent invention were used in Europe as long ago as 1755 Hut they did not obtain general use European mechanics ap pear to have lacked that gimletpointed adaptableness which makes the most of opportunity and knows u good thing Ml BigUU Chicago Jribua Strongrefreshing sleep come Mood made pinTby HoodsSaisaparilla rho One True Ulood Purifier All Uru clsts eLaa Hoods Pills arc the best afterdlnnerpUJ GAS PRESSURE DECREASES iNotableI report of the geological survey corn piled by Expert Joseph D Weeks The total value was 133iCu0 against 13 9M400 in 1S04 The value of the prod net consumed was 7Ut01S7 and ci TfiSHO was the valu of coal or wood displaced by gas The total pipe laid was 4t80241 feet anti producing wells opened iiMG The value of t hIon sumption during 18Si5 was greatest in J3S8 when it was 2 CL0s75 From then to 1P01 the decrease was rapid and in tie last four years there hums llpen n gradualI decline The most notable feature of the year was time decreasing pressure in all of the natural fas fields of the country The life of the wclla also has been greatly reduced Cheap Excursion to tlio Went unit North WtHt On August 4 18 September 1 r 29I Oc tober 0 anil 2iII 1Slfi The North 1Vtstern Line Chleajro 8 North Western itdr wilL sell Homo Suckers excursion tnUets nt very low tales to a lari niuiitur of iioints in tho West and Northwest lIor fail in formation apply to ticket uvcnts fit con nectinir lines or address W li KXISKKUN CU T ACliicasoIlL CoMiiivvrmv Oh you Jimt nula to ice our Hat she exclaimed euUniustlnd ly Weve flip loveliest ii nation kitchen nod folding Ixd that CA viw ietroltlrlhunclx Sroun I want some thiiu Him III sit Ior aiiiiuirronin Yes ma tian1 landscape or u box of sanlinist Life Ivy Steamer Train or Ilint Which of these haTH you selt ted M a means of travel No matter Whiruivcr ft K recolltvt that for seasiilues dis orders of tin Stomach liver mad Imwls engendered by rough 10111011 nd Im fund or water and for iuilaiiil ttiubics Hostellers Stomach Iiitt vs i l tin most jstf ul sie ik you can alto with 1u It is invaluable aso for iliciimtism kidney t unplmtints and nervous trouble PIH IxiicATiosli Mis Gash lnjtons father look with furor on your suit1 1 think so ho always ins me pity for the drinks Detroit Free Press FITS stopped free mull permanently used No tits after first days use or i Ir Klines I rent Nerve lies orcr Free W tnrit bottlo ftlrcatUu DitKiiNKm Aivlist Pmlu 1u VIMTN the complexion of tlif Jorscr roast asked the English pulist of Prof Ifox of New York Sandsaid Irof Itox Harpers Hirar- Ilyos enl cured mo of a Thrnnt and Tmiu irouliUiof tluie years KtiniiniK tAI v UuiitliiKton mud Nov Ir I I Viiv doe Mss Antique look in rbe class so much1 She Is nirail 1Il biTOu lug valeDetroit Viva Press IIiillV Catarrh Curo Is taken internally Price Toe I TiiHdoitursNciiii alwavs Imnnv 11011 doctors dont laUu life serinifSiv Detroit l Tj IIIIIt =tGIVEN3 IvI= j N fE ad RAlORS chIThe only AtfTl rtE 1 nNEUTRlIZEOJ TOBACCO o c JACK KNIVES and PEN KNIVES 9 Q Stag Htuullc Bnxor Steel First 0 O duality American man ufttcture 0 G hand forged and iincly toiujiirid O Fine RAZORS Highest traded 0 Steel j Hollow Ground Coupons rxlllnht how tn Mciiro tin Atmr One Coupon in tath 5 rent W ounce JUt uM Two tlupotu ttt each 10 etiitltninft Itotajf Mail Pouch Tobacco Is sold by nil doalcrs 1ackugesptaromtsalecuntnluIii uurmipn s RIIIbeacceptedjigeoupous htin llG7- ae one CouJn d OZ Hmltp cog as tuv COli Calalopuoofotluralaabe4rrtqwtlhes oqucvsThlj- lIn oupouc oxcluinged after July 11811 1 AV CASH WKKKLr n4 STEADYWI II iv ry wlietH to MJl j STARK TREES nLn ItIeO WORKrnCII=EDUCATIONAL ORETTO ACADEMYLORET- TO LORETTO MARION CO KENTUCKY AckituwlptlBPR uperlor 11 ncllltle lur HJ Vurtln Kuowkd eCOtiirunnd ntlrement TKKMS MODKIIATK YnrCnrain uoesr Ply to IJIltECTKKSH OPHTUJUXM THKIfHAMtS NIIIHKK ACAUKMV OK flU tMI VEUSITl OF CHICAGO MT IAIIUOIU 1L- 1ACo11CRelreparattryscuoolnlllilated with ItVoE SirongpeparlmrntmIII3huiCaaArtintroductr7 pt1511WinhatrlabrufcrothanleyanMtCarrouerniiINEW l aaamtullloarurnlshdroom CataioCtZeSIthpun d J F ti btt ward Presently hli horse wan jerkeo Initsk untlllw VIIH ahnoKt squatted In thIS harness Then a voice commanded Throw yur hands up Two figures oiio armed nod persua Hive loomed ahead Old Jeds hands got whltc and bloodless and up they went We aint pain to rub yer said tins voice lint we want you to my them innrryin words putty fast so sputter up at a gallop list you Chaprell ehutterod the Ill i1htI thot my gelI hats what lint dont you mind go nhcntl mighty quickI or your s mud illy yes aint join fir tuh merry wild cat the Justice blurted I am Ithough she replied It a move on Jcdge we aint jtIl for foolln flurry Inter tjddcr than a maverick yet power jthe justice really felt constrained jmply with tIlt orders lie sirled fords out however as if tlieollicial tie were only about hull open and ing badly tss you I kin utmost ou home without l tilt bride the cowboy remarkedI tle Ithing was over dint tossing itpsiltI i rmnn to start upon his ways bridal tour on horseback wiu i the alleyI to Sernggs rancha t N k a ti r irut a week later In the evening ten could have been Keen shad lo Ithe approaeh to tit sunset last IIiuglnstlnuhcr I to lioil his name down a trifle huts Itsuhorsadult Skit rouly I patience of tit waiting twain cwnnlid about nit oclock at time Mrt and Mix Chnpparal hove In sight And It WIM very JJo get the drop on till prooceiiI 1 ouplc- rw dung you put your own pawn olllriullief110h11 1iI duly elevated Skcofo forwardI and took away tilt IIP ctwoni by Harry urt will come to order said the lollI HluIItI hIUI JanuM dn now defendant Chaprcl HarrvII its what Iitr he sin guilty of onconstitution l1IlIlIlhllII101p jln grounds is hereby declared suf ale tit jcdgciucnt an decree of lyre mart Is fir full an coipplcte o of said defendant train said m1t1I t1IX98 UP- II HigglnsI And snld defendant iill warned to git out of tills Men an jurisdiction forthwith nn lily It not sooner oupon I tic old man hauled his r ter home across the starlit conn IXlIcJhltlINtlU t Udri V M An Anrlint Sonpiry io unearthed oily of Iompeti the vntlou of which has heat the ClltIasoap y with nil the kettles rind other Itcrnnlln pertaining to the bind llso a quantity of soap evidently toduct of this ancient soupcry1 Ingo Inter Ocean I al Ifrlc Inat year called for and rOo 22489 gallons of Amrlcnn cot oil paying 72300 for it RUFES BILLIARD BALLS Nut Ivory Nor Olluloltl and Worn Novel Turinit CIIIIIM by it Ulfl ot Nature How does It come that you Inure rcd white and blue billiard balls asked the whip salesman of Jlufe Klsele who keeps the Jlnint house at Sloop Creek IIJIH Kinder extraordinary aint It said lute Hilt somehow or another traorllnary things happeu down bete YOU wouldnt believe It If 1 told you that I had them balls afore I hilt the table I naught the table for 10 from Hart ireenleuf and he won It lit n ratio up to Asbury That tables wnth plum 250 mid the baIN Is just a gift of nature Lomc by a +pociul net of Providence you might my You never see balls just like them before They aint Ivory md they alat celluloid If they win cellulohl they wouldnt lit hero now They aint this patent putty compohl tlon that they make cheap pool bulls of either Just what theyare 1 aint lire pared to sayuud 1 sped that tho na ture of the material these were made trout Is cheap from what It was at llrst Ill tell you how 1 comet by em and youll learn what extraordinary things can happen down hereaways Alllr ago the lath of June there was a party of Mrooklyn fllows down here and they set out for a good time They fetched Curds and chips with them and lowed to ploy poker until four oclock In the mornln and then go tishing 1 sot up with them and took n humid In tIlt game We were settln at that round table andI It was pushed over in the corner between them windows Long about 11 oclock I was mixing drinks for the crowd when 1 heard thunder and mutterin and see flashes of high tuia 1 told them fellows theyll better move away from till windows but they laughed me One fellow had been winning right straight along He had a big pile of chips in iron of hum and they was in his way So he began stacking them up accordin to color and laid 25i of each kind in stacks skit by side on the win dow sill Meanwhile tit storm broke and iioI lightning played hub around tit house The party gut h kinder scared and jumped up promptly when I pro posed to all to go to the bur mind have a drink J was just NlUtin out the glasses when there was a swish of lightning that turned the whole air blue 1 didnt hear any thunder but I see big balls of lire dancing round the room and one of time hit ric right on the breast HIM knocked me down behind tlu bar Kcry man in the room Will hit plnml in till iard with a ball of lire and Knocked tint 1 dont know how long it was before wo mull tutu to and took out drones hut I du Know tintI the storm had passed 1 looked around and was surprised to hid that nothing had been hurt After the fellows nil took their drinks they canted to play again and stutrtlrcirthe table There the fel low that hud won most of tit chips put up a holler aboutt them He slid some body had got cm I didnt iilicxe lthat possible II 1111 I told him that time lightning hail probab 1 ly knocked them olTcn the window sill Then he looked on the foor under the table and said MI dont see no chips hilt heres a billiard ball sud hut picked up a red 11111IIW 1 never hind a hull liard ball in my IIOUM before and I thought that he wan paying a trick on me until one of the other fellows moved his feet am tolled a white ball out till the flour I picked it up and found it was hut A iilnule later Ike Hicksgive a whoop and held up a Line billiard bull saying it was the first he had ever scrim in his I life Thou it cime to us nil nt once thin till lightning had struck them poker chips and umoltdtou into solid orals 1Vips Ithey aint quite as regular as some hilt t hey answer mull our put 1111YesN V Sun HE STOPPED ASKING QUESTIONS Vltn MN Hurt nrru mil PrKiiu ami Wn Not 1thuurd ur mu The evidence tie uitncss laud given had been very strong against Iilic loss yens silt of the cast and lawyer like he was trying his best to break time loMtimony or throw discredit on the wit ness He had tried browbeating but theI nan ignored his elTorts and in an easy selfcontained way stuck to his Hlory He had tried CIlISNIJIltiolllllgI him but with m better success and he was on the point of giving up when u chnnce remark ciught his cur mind riveted his courage I Iathcr from what yon just said that you lust been in prinon Is that true tYes sir 1 limn been in prison The attorneys eyes snapKl and a contented smile spread over his features as he drew a sigh of relief He pro carded to oinks tit most of his triumph though he felt continent that his case was won Tho jury will notice tint the witness confesses having been in prikon How long were you in prison Eighteen months UOIl do not jretend that you were not justly confined I Xo sir Under the circumstances l presume It was all right Of course the gtntIlen of the jury will understand without my calling attention to it how much value to plnt ton the evidence of a smut of this kind Will you please state the name of the prison lIt Certainly sir Andcmonvllle That made a difference Iittaburgh News =The three cent nickel piece received the authorization of congress by a law passed April 3 1805 and Its coinage wiw begun the same year cm A LITTLE NONSENSE Those Sympathetic Nclghtrrs That Mrs Weeper seems perfectly in ltllUllllnhhllI she Is evidently trv ng to create the Impression thit she Invented being a vido vChlengu Hoc ord Editor to aspiring writerYou should write so that the most ignorant can understand what you moan Aspirant Well what part of my para graph dontI you understandI I sir1 Tit tills No Maud doesnt ride a wheel because lieu arms are so thin Are you sure you mean her prim t Yes They split her sleeves every time slut rides against the wind Indianapolis Journal A Wheelman In Hard Iukllotto- ng do you supposel l your bicycle will last Well said the wheelman ex amining his lacerated hands If It lands Oil top every time we fnlI to tret her 1 have no hesitation In saying that It will last much longer thiii Its owner Norrlstown HeraldI A Csoiu 11111111 dont think 1 want a cyclopedia said the woman of the house hut If yon have got any nice homes for children It runtcnttt inaikini exclaimed the unblushing book nTont We use this cyclopedia rill a childrens hook at von house al together Ihcysit on It at tit able Chicago Tribune Where lie Was Weak The famous baseball pitcher had walked till floor with the youngest of his family ffirrm hour or FO Mary ho said 9f the innnngcr saw me sow I hurt 11Itsoaked with a line Why asked his wife sleepily I dont seem to have my control of tilt bawl I dontJn cinnati Hummer ChurohlJoing Made ImisThis- mast lit a proMy religious town judg lug hum the number of churches it humus said the traveler It aint that mister The people is so diirn lay that tit re had to I be lots of churches sot an mid 1mndV lila to gett them to go to mummy of cm IndhmapolU Jour nal NAMES OF GENERATIONS They Aluy Mo ItrlltMl li in to worry the dpprutlnuitr Srr- A little girl icinnrkcd tit other lay n rout of thon quaint reflections of luildhuod It certainly liw queer that people should1 cull me Mary and my mother IIII1III Of course it means thnt her mother as named or nicknamed before the strange reaction set III within the last ir years against the ic erae I that had raged for so long One sets nowadays ninny ninnimn who ism silly 1pet names which they wouldl not dream of perpetuating In their daughters timid then arc even fnthcrs who tilt called Willie to soy nothing of Sam and Nick while their olYspring stagger along un dos the stately successors of these lov ing titles thryut Williami and Samuel cull Nicodemus and scorn living re proofs to the fninilinrity and IIOIISCIIKO of thu JIll 111 110 tog0otucus Out is brought face to face with this curious growth of cuwtoni ss hen one KCCM some 10 or Ml children together nt n summer hotel anti notes that there IIM not only not an ic hilt not a fnnci fill name among them There arc tow lcihis and Mauds and ircncs They are Illen Katharine always spelled with a Iamul Itebeeea nov In rnctonccan 1 amsMat thence f many women within a few unitt at least by the name famil iarly given them in i their own homos If one IIs called Mag or Lis skis is unit far front MI am probably over Ithat Sit Iis certainly our 10 I If shut IM Kil tty or Daisy or lxo slut is over o nt mummy rate lilt slut Is If sh has such a nickname nn Tool inr TixiillrK I C- hI is called Margaret or Wilhel mlnn wit Is in lies twenties IIf she iis plain old Ilniinitli shut IH oiilv just in her Iceim College girls remark upon tin telerity with which a girls name chnngts III the catalogue of till lust itn jiion from lieu frcshinan year to lieu ophoinoie If slut is entered there nsl1 Minnie mith the first year nays one such ob server it is a dead sure thing thai the net catalogue Hint commit out will thud her MCmclinc Mary Smith Shut tent help it Ills in the air Hut will irooding ooing mothers who want to talk baby mart tit their little iiics go on forexer culling I hem by the dignifiedI titles that tilted the grand ironer from whom the mimes writ taken Wont they ever pet their little ones again in speech as well as In deed sad In truthhibcngnIrihlnltAn tor wonder what makes so many of these actresses here their pictures taken with just a hcndaiid Ixir shouldcrsniid not a hit of waist to be seen asked the unsophisticated perron Ihut said tie man who knows it mill is done so that the picture can be used for the JIlxto or 10 years without tny chance of being given awciy by the oldstyle dress IcclClnchmuti Kn qulrcr Not u New liivontliiii It now appears from very satisfac tory testimony that gimletpointed wood screws instead of being a recent invention were used in Europe as long ago as 1755 Hut they dill not obtain general use Kuropean mechanics up pear to have lacked that gimletpointed udtiptablcnesa which makes the most of opportunity und knows u good thing 10 plglatrChicago 7r1bunt Stronii 1lusales stendy nerves guod uppetltr refreshing sleep tome with Mood nitulo i- tflHoods b7 SarsaparillaFho One True mood Purl lief All thrum i tg eL Hoods Pills art tluo best nftcraiimeriilia GAS PRESSURE DECREASES Notable Icaturc or tutu Vcwr In n Rr t liutuiiry i ij The natural gas production In the United States in IM IIs reviewrd In a report of the geological survey com piled by Uxjiort Joseph 1 0 Weeks The total value was I1OOitu against 13 IIIIOO III ISlll The value of the prod net consumed was 7l01S7 nod 9 TfisMO was the valir of conl or wood divplnccd by gas The total pipe laid was 4isiOaU feet and prtxlueinjrwelU opened aisi The value of time con sumpCon during IIPSIi t5 was greatest in Ihss when It was 2aCS7i Irom then to IfMI the lecixas was niplil und In the lust four years therehis been u gradualI decline IhnHI notable fcaMtrc of tit year was the dcciTnslu pressure In all of the natural MS fields of the country The life of the wclla also has been greatly reduced Z Cliciip Kiiursloii to the IIIUII North W rat- On AuRiiHt t 18 Scptcnilicr 1 ir y Oc tolier it nnil X isni The North AVcsUrn Lint tbmngmi t Nurth Western Itvwlll sell IIliiine SciUcrs exciirHlua ti Irts lit vorv low rate to n hnvi muntiriof imints in llm West old Northwesi IFill lull In Ion amitlon apply to ticket uvcntH 11t lull nectiiii IIIICH or adilriKii- W H KxifKinivUlTI I I AiliiiaKOIll COMIIIV TION Oh VOII just rcbt to let our Hat slur cxclnlnicil 111111111 Ilv Uevo tint loveliest ii ttntiim liltclicn anil fitldiiii hll that eve Stow Detroit Trlliiine Iv + DlMAKTMIAT SrOUK I ttir ml- IhhlltlliI III nit rutI lulliiuik IMMHH Yes man lout A liiialsciqiu or n box ornIttesPI Ilre Hy Stiiiiicr Triiln or Itout llclt of these mini you sdiiicl in a means of I ravel f No Mater 11 I rawer tt IH rccnlle l that for sea siilnfi + dmS Ids nt the stomach liver nnil liVlenjfeiiilereil liy rough lo MUIIHI on nil lithe foul or water nnil fur tiiiilaiiil trulnis Jhistetters Stomach Bill vs i tin inoiit iscfnl slr Nit von can tuba with U It is iiivalnalilo ItO for ilirinn tisni Iviiincy oniplaiiilsnnil nervous 11111 lilt liu IXIUCATION linesl Mt s Cash InKlons father loolc with favor nn your unit I ttiinlc so Tic ahvnH Ids nP flay fur Imo dl IIIIIIIIclruIL liec IIVM iFIISI stopiiil free sad pcriuaiicn t tiled No Ills after first iliivs UNO of Mr KnO ircnt Nrrvc Iten ores litiW In l bottlo realise DnKiiNiitffil IIstiIuItlu WitiTlt tin eoinnloxlnn o iln Icrsor const t irked the 1 Hn riUli u niit of Prof lox of New York Sad said trof IluaIlttrpera Haxur Inos Cllm iinvil mo of u TltrMt jiml TUIIU ttiiuhloor three yearn tiniiiir K CAHV lluiitiiiKton 1ml Nov I 1l Wuv duo Mi1 Anticpie luIl in IliO Klaossoiiiuclif She Is airall oi Imou IIIK vain Detroit lYini Irn IliitlM Clitnrrti Curn IB taken internally irico TTic 1 1111 iboltnrM111 11111 s limn OIl IIIIIIIIIS 110IIllal uru MIi usv Detroit irtiuus1 t IVEN V Vc W1 fE- ii and RAlORS- jI chIj Tho only ArHHHIiVOUS ANTIDYSPEPTIC I 1 NEUTHAUZEOfTOBACCO c JACK tKNIVES and PEN KNIVES 0 O Mug Humlle Ituor Stool l1ir t 0 Q utilityt Anuricun iiwwifncturr 0 O Inuul forced umUlwly1 tciujHml 0 O Fine RAZORS Highest Crmlo 0 St elj Holliw iromMl Coupons explain limv to ireiiro the AtxW line COMMII in each fl rent CJ miner 1111Tiro irijHtu in fuft 10 snit 11 riiiiv MifJIf Mall Pouch Tobacco IIs told by a11 oal r- 3lnlllIlllI Iif fll lIt 1111 illIllIl 1111 lIlIllOn a- trill brnrcrptrdnarvnipuua J1Iae one Cou wn 4 VI 15ntp 11n as him IIIIIII- nLLUSTRA1 ED tlr Infuabfe4rttttd 1qutVtThoI No Ouipoua oxclmiicuil uftor July It JU i wr 111 CAII KICIln4 STEADY tWISTARK TREES lr11 11111111111 WORK n jri utlln1IItr1l1lnloJ a IAtruntANAtI IIlItIIIT =EDUCATIONAL sV nnv LORETTa ACADEMY CO KKNTOOKf to fucllltirlurhu C ultrtrtnnt Itrnce ntenf TKKMS MiiDKIIATK I irilnl ueeir pi to I IUKCTHISK OFHTI I HN llllh ItASIEB smMEUACAnIMv of TRS 15II tUSITr UI tIllCAIO MT l IltIIOLh Il l uoiIIrIIrlnDotitoLIlidce4FuiTirrnou ufortball13 aoararr FRANKLIN HEwatHEMS R aoaritnilteaarnlthtrutrourruinoaiooneThnnaalrCaWoitrs j rr skrv Fr I a1 EVENING SHADES When the Life Rays of Sunshine FallI Aslant lad peeps to tho Twilight of Death Night Repentance to the Jleart Comes i a Sermon the Shadows itTalnuaJII Round at tho End Dr Talmagcs subject Sunday lights lOP the sorrows of this life and sound- ithe Gospel of good cheer for all wh- will o was Luke rcCcivewithiixiv us for it toward evening Two villagers having concluded their errand in Jerusalem have started ou at the city gate and are on their wnjto Emmaus the place of their residence They go with a sad heart Jesus who had been their admiration and their joy had been basely inns sacred and entombed As with sot l face and broken heart they puss of I their way a stranger accosts them They tell him their anxieties and bit terness of soul He in turn talks to them mightily expounding the Scrip tures Ho throws over them the fas cination of intelligent conversation They forget the time and notice no the objects they pass and before they are aware have come up in front ofr their house They pause before the en trance and attempted to per shade the stranger to tarry with them They press upon him their hospitalities Night is coming on and he may meet a prowling wild beast o be obliged to lie unsheltered from th dew lie can not go much further now Why not stop there and con tinue their pleasant conversation I They take him by the arm and insist upon his coming in addressing him in the words Abide with us for it Is to ward evening II The candles are lighted the table iisi spread pleasant socialities are en kindled They rejoice in the presencei of the stranger guest lie asks a bless lug upon the bread they eat and h hands u piece of it to each Suddenly and with overwhelming power the thought Hashes upon the astonished peopleit is tho Lord And as theysi in breathless wonder looking upon the resurrected body of Jesus lie vanished The interview was ended He was gone With many of us it is a bright sun shiny day of prosperity There is not k cloud in the sly not a leaf rustling in the forest No chill in the air Bu we can not expect all this to last ll is not an intelligent man who expects perpetual daylight of joy The sun will after n while near the horizon The shadows mill lengthen While 1 Ipcak many o us stand in the very hour described u the text fo it is toward evcmciy The request of the text is ajnropriate for some before me for xvHi them it is toward tIll evening of old ago They tare passed the meridian of life They are sometimes startled to tllik how old they arc They do not ho ever like to have others to remark upo it If others suggest their approximation toward venerable appearance the say Why Im not so old after all1 They do indeed notice that they can not lift quite so much as once They can not walk quite so fast They can not rend qiiito so well without spectacles They can not sn easily recover from a cough or an occasional ailment They have lost their taste for merriment They are surprised at the quick passage of the year They say that it seems only t little while ago that they wore boys They are going a little down hill There is scinothiiig in their he 11th something in their vision something in their walk something in their chang lug associations something above something beneath something within to remind them that it is toward even toff I The great want of all such is to have I Jesus abide with them It iis a dismal thing to be getting old without the rc juvenating influence of religion When wo step on tIll down grade of life and we that a dips to the verge of the cold river wo want to behold sonic one near who will help us across it When the sight loses its power to glance nUll gather upwo need the faith that can illumine When wo feel the failure of tho oar we need the cleat tones of that voice which in olden times broke up the silence of the deaf with cadences of mercy When the ax men of death hew down whole forests of strength and beauty around us and we are left in solitude wo need the dove of divine mercy to sing in our branches When tho shadows begin to fall and we feel that the tiny is far spent we need most of all to suppli cate the strong beneficent Jesus in the Prayer of the villagers Abide with us for it is toward evening The request of the text is an appro prlate exclamation for all those who are approached in the gloomy hour of temptation There is nothingeasier than to be goodnatured when everything pleases or to be humble when there is nothing to oppose us or for giving when wo have no inducement to fraud But you have felt the grap ple of some temptation Your nature atsome time quaked and g aued under tho infernal force You felt- that the devil was after you You taw your Christian graces retreating You feared that you would fall in the awful wrestle with sin and be thrown into the dust The gloom thickened The first indications of the night were seen in all the trembling of your soul in all the infernal sugges St tions of Satan In all the otumultuotef I I 1was you felt with awful emphasis that it ttnmptehourd to abldo with you You can beat back the mon ster that would devour caunhorseyoudownbattleaxyou split the headof WinsgatecsI Who acted like a howledI11luso martyrs to bo firm whet- one word of recantation would hav staltestWhcnImilthelI as carne ridin upon the winds of perdil3ontvLu gas strength to the soul Who gave calm i lof ness to the heart Who broke the spell1II I tyhto IllngerAhldeeve ping One of the forts of France was at tacked and the outworks were takeni before nrllljla litt the morning mid that thoi soldiery in the fort could ho easily made nlg1ltthroughI thehlsiegellmeats but found that their prey was i itrtI secretcby we might get oil Gut will not allow us to be tempted sheet what everytemptationI that we may be shin to boar it The prayer of the text is appropriateI for all who are anticipating sorrow The greatest folly that over grew on this planet is the tendency to horror upi proaching sorrow so evident that wo preparationct coming One of your children has recently In thatlheartt than the cry of all the others You think more about it You give it more attention not because it is anymore of a treasure than the others but because it is becoming frail There is something in the cheek in the eye mind in the walk that makes you quite aretutmostonursing and medical attendance are in effectual The pulse becomes feeble tlweompllxlonilghter the step weal er the laugh fainter No more romping for that one through hall and par anrapproaching calamity The heart feels with mournful anticipation that the sun is going down Nighti speeds on It is toward evening You have long rejoiced in the care of a mother You have done everything to make her lust days happy YouI Lave run with quick feet to wait upon her every want Her presence has been a perpetual blessing in the house hold Hut the fruit gatherers are look tug wistfullymat that tree Her Svtil is ripe for leaven fillI gaes lire ready to flash open for her entrance hart your soul sinks at tlo thought of a separation You can tot bear to think that soon you will be called to take the last look at that fae + which from the first hour has looked upon you with affection un ehangeabe Hut you see that life Iis ebbing nnl the grave will soon hide her from jour sight You sit quiet You feel heavy hearted The light is fading from the sky The air is chilly It is toward excning You hind a considerable estate and felt independent In five minutes on one fair balance sheet you couldsee just how you stool in the world Hut there came complications Something that you imagined impossible happen ed The best friend you hall proved traitor to your interests A sudden crash of national misfortunes pro trMt od your credit You may today1e ouIn business but you feel anxious I about where you lire stamping and fear that the next turning tie wheel will I You foresee whatprostratebring you you consider certain defalcation You think of the anguish of telling your friends you lire nut worth a lulIarii You lyiowl not how you will ever bring children home from school Youyour 1 wonder how you will stand the wiling of vour library or the moving into u lifcrmakes the sky HO dark It is lowllniJ evening Trouble is an apothecary that mixes i draughts bitter and soura great many and nauseous and you must drink someone of them Tlien ih no scandalI so thieic and welladjusted but sonic thorn will strike through It In this swift- shuttle heart sonic ff the- threads I of to human I tiast break rime journey I to Emraaus will soonJfrom cIBible our commonOurbe ended i observation reiterate Intones senseII sta1ce and tint we It is towardought not to disregard evening Oh then for Jesus to abide with us j sweetenS the cup lie extracts the hushestI the tempest lie soothes the flies to hhn for shelter Let the night euroclydon cross thetheswoop and j Lot the thunders roar soon sea I the shipfwill Le well Christ n tltaravatoI Ito scatter limn darkness Christ ins tho Heavens to lead tho way Blesses all such His arms will enclose them His grace comfort them ills light cheer them Ills sacrifice free them ills glory cnjhant them If earthly estate takes Incorruptiblotrltheir resurrection Standing with us in the morning of our joy and in the noonday of our prosperity Ho will not forsake us when the luster has faded and it is toward evening Listen to Pauls bottle shout with misfortune Hark to mounting Latil Blurey ei earth and heavens with the crush of despotismld nreserile gangrene with a patch of court plaster and to stop tho plague of dying empires with I the quackery of earthly wisdom both ing can speak pence to tho soulI I j I Nothing can unstrap our crushing burdens nothing can overcome our spiritual tees nothing can open ou eyes to see the surrounding horses ant1 chariots of salvation that till all tho mountains but the voice and command of Hint who stopped ore night at Km maus The words of the text arc pertinent to us all from the fact that we an nearing the evenof death I have heard it said that wo ought to live n- i though each moment was to be our lust I do not believe that theory As fur as preparation is concerned ve ought always bo ready but wo can nott always be thinking of death for we have duties in lifo that de nand our attention When anum is selling goods it is his bust nuns to thinkof the burgui- lie is nuking When a mutt is plead ling in till courts it is his duty to think of tho interests of his clients When a clerk is adding up his accounts it is his duty to keep his mind upon tho col umn of figures Ho who fills up his lifo with thoughts of death iis far from being the highest style of Christian I knew a man who used ultra to say at I night I wish I might die before morning He became an infidel Hut there art tines when we can I ought to give ourselves to time contem plation of that solemd moment when to tho soul time ends and eternity begins We must go through that ono pass There is no roundabout way no by path no circuitous route Die wo must and it will bo to us a shamefull occurrence or a time of admirable be havior Our friends may stretch out their hands to keep us back but no im ploration on their part can hinder us They might offer largo retainers hut death would not take the fee TheI breath will fail and the eyes will close and the heart will stop You stay hang the couch with gorgeous tapestry but what does lentil cure for beautiful cur tains You may hang the room with finest works of art but what docs death care for pictures You may till the house with the waitings of widow hood tend orphanage does death mind weeping This ought not to bo a depressing theme Who wants to live hero forever The world has always treated me well and every day I feel less and loss like scolding and complaining lint yet I would not want to mako this ueyeteruul residence I love to watch the clouds and bathe my soul in the blue sea of Heaven but I ex pect when time firmament is rolled away as a scroll to see a new Heaven grander higher and more glorious You ought to bo willing to exchange your body that has headaches and sideaches and weaknesses numerable that limps xvith tho stonobrmsos or I festers with time thorn or flames on tutu funeral pyre of fevers for an incor ruptihle body and an eye that blinks not before the jas er gates and the great white throne But between that and this there is an none about which no man should be reckless or foolhardy i I I doubt not your courage hut I tell ij i you that you will want something hctII err turn a strung arm a good aim 11111 a trusty sword when you conic to your last battle You will need n better ii robo than any you have in your ward robe to keep you warm in tout placeI Circumstances do not make so much difference It may be a bright day jj when you push oil from the planet 01It I it may be a duck night and while the I owl is hooting from tho forest It may I bo spring and your soul may go outII among time blossoms apple orchards I swinging their censors in tho way It 11shroud111 year dead nature laid out in state It may he with your wifes hand in your hand or you may bo In a strange hotel with a servant faithful to the last It may IMJ in a railroad train shot off the hwitch and tumbling iu long reverberation down the embankment crash crash 1 I know not tho time I know not tho mode but the days of our life are being subtracted away and wo shall coino down to the titan when wo have but ten days left thou nino days then eight days then seven days six days five dugs tour day three days two days ono day TSen hours three hours two hours ono hour Then only minutes Jeft five minutes four minutes three minutes two minutes ono minute Then only seconds left font seconds three seconds one second Gone Time chapter of life ended The book closed The pulses at rest The Icefc through jI 1 n with tho journey The hands closed from all work No word on tho Upsi No breath in the nostrils Unit combed t back to lie undlshovclcd by any human hands lima muscles stilL Tho nerves still Tlo lungs still The tongue i istill All still You might put the stethoscope to the breast aud hear no sound You might put u speaking trumpet to the ear but you could not Ij wnko the deafness No motion no throb no life Stilll Still So death comes to time dhoiplolt What if tho sun of life Is about to sot r Jesus is the dayspring from en high tho rnnIsomedS comes Jesus is the light of the world and of Heaven What though this earthly house dues crumble Jesus him I prepared a house of many mansions Jesus is the anchor that always holds eclipsedJesus sturjI night- r You are almost through with tho- r abuse nod backbiting of enemies They will cull you no moro by evil names Your good deeds will no longer bo mis interpreted nor your honor filched The troubles of earth will red in thoI felicities Toward evening Tho he reavements of earth will soon ho- I I lifted You will not much longer stand pouring your grief in tho tomb ylimn Kaehel weeping for her chi dren or David mourning for Absalom Broken hearts hound up Wounds healed Tears wiped away Sorrows terminated No more sounding of tho death march Toward evening Death ayelidst starving soldier as evening hour to tho wlln1 I ClryclOlulmirror tho forests transfigured dull rata mists climbing tho nil Your friends will announce it your pulses youlipsing INTERESTING ITEMS Mits J SWKKXKV whoso husband 1was killed recently by a trolley car on tne Atlantic Coast Uailwuy Cos rood companyfarAcLoitmxo to the latest annual re rrfornutoryslifpyIn stationed at Purlleet in Kssex ceitl tied for 230 boys tho Akbar for liOO boys stationed at Hook Ferry Liver pool and the Clarence for IUO boys Koman Catholic stationed at New Furry ItirhcnhcadO- XK of the largest sailing vessels afloat recently arrived in Now York front Cu leu ttiSho reported having caught a shark oIl St Helena which was found to contain a ropy of lima London Times This paper is supposed to have been thrown overboard from a Capo mail steamer and was strange to state in readable condition when brought to light WATKU is called hard ulsoftaccording to time amount of lime nmlI magnesium salts it contains If not more than six grains per gallon or in other words six degrees of hardness it is called soft If it contains more it is culled hurl and if tho salt is carbonate of limo it is culled temporary hardness because time salts can be de posited by boiling hut Iif it consists ol salts of magnesium it Iis called parina niiit hardness because boiling dON not remove it IT is unquestionably true that the average stayathome citizen of time cast lass entirely failed to measure the muscle of the west or hotter yet the muscle of tho country We have all been recently amused by Mr Dopows discovery of California After a long life of activity with countless trips tc Kuropo and elsewhere it is only within the lust three or four years that ho bus penetrated further west than Chicago and only this year that he has ventured beyond Denver which Iis itself hut n trills further than half way across tho eXILlnlloililt London Knglund chamber oi commerce adopted time following reso lutions on the question of arbitration in financial disputes That in the opinion of this congress tho present gigantic expenditure on military prep arations imposes an intolerable burden t on national revenues and an immense addition to human labor That the settlement of international difference force of inns is barbarous and tin j 1hy of civilized nations and that or disputes arising between different governments which cut not bo adjusted by diplomatic agency should us far UK possible be referred to urMtnition IT U n fact not generally known that salesmen and clerks who have learned their business with John Wanntnaker in Philadelphia have no difficulty in obtaining positions elsewhere Mr Wanamakcr keeps n man part of whose work is to instruct tho now people in their duties and to seo that they perform them properly They are first taught how to keep n sale schedule then how to talk business to u customer tho best ways of caring tot stock and so on Unless a beginner shows aptitude lor business he never gets beyond his probationary period The efficient ones when they And their way blocked to preferment byoid truoIand tried seniors go to other byjl J I fU i I PERSONAL AND IMPERSON L1fTncobGerman statisticians estimates that 1 the iJomnn empire in A D14 contained Jr iitntllmalcoifing the barony of IJcamnontoutot abeyance in favor of the twoyeai old daughter of the late baron who ncclfdentally shot himself while shooting a last year When tho lust abeyance wuniended In 1S4U it hind lusted 332 years Prince l aldn urre IJoncomnagnN Ludovisia library of 70000 volumes in the Cruel palace at Rome is to be sold by his heirs Tho prince was n his torian and mathematician of European reputation There nrp Many rare fif teenth century editions among iris books Knlscr WHholin has changed tha trim of his mustache which he no long er earls up at tho ends hut wears per fectly straight This gives him n mor benignant null less ferocious spent They say that like his prototype laid s wig IIor Ilavnria ho is growing very fnt owing to overeating mud too little exercise Itcnjnmln Constant received tho medal of honor for painting at tilt Chumps KlyscosI Solon obtaining ut clear innjoriy of the votes on tho third ballot his unrest eomiMtltors wero Hiirplgnics and ounce but 15 other artists received votes among them a woman Mine Deinont llrclon Tho medal for sculpture went to Gustavo Michel who sent in n colored group of Tho Blind Man andI the Paralytic M Scelller took the medal for nrehl lecture and M Henri Lofort tint for engraving HOUSING OF THE OLD ROMANS I ToiiiMittnt Wi rn UmNtriintvil on limo Co opcrittlvn Iluii- Itiiildtngs for the habitation of rlUj7oiis in ancient Home were of two therresidence of ono family with more or less copious retinue of servants cloJiiius maul lodging houses or tellilIl1lttihouses many stories high and adapted i to the reception of several families anduof single individuals Insulae At tho j time of its greatest development the city numbered l7l bees and JOOOa j lodging houses the population icing about 1000000 souls Thohe statistics refer to the city limits only marked ap 1 proximately by the walls if Aurelliin Lint the habitations extended beyond a the walls for a radius of three miles at least This suburban belt of houses 3 andI lodgings with gardens and orch minds between them was called the belt 1 of expiutia till teeta Tenement houses unknown in vil j lager very rare in provincial towns 1 like Pompeii Hereiilaneiim OHtll1l1JHIjj Yellolii considerable portions of whichJd have been oxcavutod WIt introduced j In Jtoinc in 115 It C us related by Dlo j uIIIIIIIJJ themselves bona tide the building lots on the Aventlne such funnily selecting a space in jimjMirtlon with the menus of which it disposed but it happened also that families not able to build In dependently joined in groups of two three and more and raised u hoilsu In common one family occupying thuII ground liners others till floors um This passage throws a lOIHlalllnbloJlight on time history of J rtlionInformation hits been left by classics It seems tint from tin time the city was built on the Palatine hill to the reign of tho TarqiiliiH the llomaim dwelt in huts not unlike linen which to till present day gift shelter to the shepherds of time Campagmi They are romM Hi l of a framework of tlmlwr or boughs with thiitched walls and cool ml roofs mid a ring of itonos These nro represented with every detail in the sowilled hut urns cinerary VIIMCK discovered in the prchlniorlcccmetorieft of Liitinm and southern Htrurln In memory of this primitive state of things two huts were preserved iu Koine down to the tall of the empire the hut of ItomtiliiH otherwise called the cottage of Iutistiilus on time Pal atine where the founder of tho city hail been given shelter and ehllntlonjand nether hut on tin CII pit011 ne 1 whore ho haul been worshiped after hie death tut a hero North American Ile hew Tim laitlyti NIIIIIV A New Orleans man whoMvas 1 fond jiapii was telling lib fritmis the other day of the hard tlirn he had of trying to teach his youngster to way Missis sippi The word seemed more than the little one could muster Finally thu father hit on the plan of teaching time r child the word hyxylhihlcH Now say ratter me wild lu to the boy Basis Missis said the infant phenomenon SuptSlppl echoer the boy Now IIUY the whole thing com manded time father MIsHlH begun the chile ynd then he tlioughtawhllr Pttpn wild he what did you say the Indys name wnyN- O Times JJcrnoetllt The Truth Not halt Told You are charged said the judge with ruling your bicycle through UM utrpctH at a ratio exceeding ten inlloa an iour Ten miles wild the man whose new wheel hnd run away with him Uten milesI Ill bet I was going 3QO1 dianaqolla Journal sr n 1 1 i EVENING SHADES ofWhen the Rays Sunshine Fall t Aslant l fed Iteepen to tin Twilight of Deftthi Night Itrpnntanc to the llenrt Come Hvrmuu tho Hlmdowi trTebuegee1 Hound at the Kud Dr Talnmgcs subject Sunday lights ap tho sorrows of this life and sounds the Gospel of good cheer for all wh- uiWll1 receive it Ills text was Luke gxlv DC Abide with us for it is toward evening Two villagers having concluded their errand in Jerusalem have started out it the city gate and are on their way to gmtnnus the placo of their residence They go with a sad heart Jesus who hud been their admiration and their joy hud been basely mas sacred ninl entombed As with sad face and broken heart they puss on their waya stranger accosts them They tell him their anxieties and hit terness of soul He in turn talks to them mightily expounding the Scriptures Ho throws over theta the fus clnatlon of Intelligent conversation They forget tho time and notice not the objects they puss and before thug pro aware have como up in front of their house They pause before the en trance and attempted to per simile tho stranger to tarry with them They press upon him their 1hospitalities Night is coming on and ho may meet a prowling wild beast or IKS obliged to Ho unsheltered from the dew lie can nut go touch further now Vhy not stop there anti con tinue their pleasant conversation They take him by tho urns and insist upon his routing in addressing him in tutu words Abide with us for its to ward evening The candles lire lighted the table Is iprcad pleasant socialities are en kindled They rojolco In the presence of the stranger guest lie asksa bless lug upon the broad they eat anti he hands a piece of it to each Suddenly and with overwhelming power the thought Hashes upon the astonishedt people it is tho Lord And as tloy sit la breathless wonder looking upon the resurrected Ludyof Jests lie vanished The interview wns untied lie was gone With nanny of us it IIIII bright sunshiny diy of prosperity There is nut fc cloud in the sky not n leaf rustling la the forest No chill in the air Iut we can not expert all this to last lie 15 nut an intelligent man who expects perpetual daylight of joy The sun will after t while near the horiou Tutu shadow bill lengthen V hue 1 Ipcak many o us stand in the very hour described u the text fur It is toward evotiKvf TIll request of the text is anropriate for omo before me for vHi thiii it is toward the evening of old igo They Jiavc passed tho meridian or life They are sometimes startled to tMih how old they lira They do not hoovor like to have others to remark npos it If others suggest their approximation titI They do indeed notice that they can not lilt quite so much as oace They can tint willie quite so fast Theycat nut read quite so veil without spectacles They can not so easily recover from a cough or an occasional ailment They hove lost their taste for merriment They are surprised at tho quick passage of the year They say that it seems only little while ago that they were buys They are going a little down hill l There is scmclhing in their he 11th something in their vision something in Ihelr walk something In their chang tag associations something above something beneath something vithin to remind them that it is toward even lug I The great want of all such is to have I Jesus abide with them It is a dismal thing to bo getting old without tin re juvinatlng Inlluencu of religion When we step on the down grade of life and Pee that t dips to the verge of the cold river we want to behold some one near who will help us across it When the sight loses Its power to glance and gather upwit need tho faith that can illumine When we fel tho failure of the ear we need the clear tones of that voice which in olden times hlOllip the silence of the deaf with cadences of mercy When the ax men of death how down whole forests of strength stud bratty around as taut we are left in solitude wo need tic dove of divine mercy to sing in tilt branches When the shadows begin to fall and we feel thud the day Is far ipcnt we need must of all to suppli cate the strong beneficent Jesus in the prayer of the villagers Abide with W eveningTheis an appro priate exclamation for all those who arc approached In tho gloomy hour of temptation There is nothing easier than to bo goodnatured when everything pleases or to bo humble when there is nothing to oppose us or for RWlng when wo have no Inducement to fraud Hut you have felt tho grap plo of some temptation Your naturo et some time quaked nod g xuied under tho Infernal force You felt that tho devil wits after you You grncclrotrcntlnRYou the awful wrestle with sin anti bo thrown into the dust Tho gloom thickened The first indications of tho night wcro seen In all the trembling of sour soul in all tho Infernal sugges Ii 0 4r I tions of Satan In nil tin surging jp of excitementyous Itwnstitmptehourl uhlduwithmontitercatunhorseyottiowubattleuse with which you split the headl of WhohelpchrazcnJtnlcilhCllrtl llko r good sailor when till the crew l In tit Whohclpedone word of recantation would Inv unfastened tho withes of the stakes and put out the kindling liras W hen the altherltlhllrIpongavstrengthI 11 spellofwhnhCllrtlI villagersAbideeve nlng One littnlllll tulctubefore1 army hlltlItUsoldiery in tIll fort could be easily made nightIIuI l eseltprtIntobesieged army sprang upon the battle mats but funnel that their prey was iI guarI So when wo err assaulted Iin temptation there isiltlaysstnie secret stair 1 by which we might get till Cod will not allow us toll untitled above what everytemptationescapethnttnpprupritttlfor s The greatest folly that ever grew on this planet is the tendency to borrow trouble but there ere times when ap proaching sorrow is so evident that wo prepurutiuitforOne of your children has recently In come a favorite The cryof that child strikes deeper into the heart than till ciyef till the others You think more about it You give it more attention nut because it is Lilly more of a treasure than the others but because it is becoming frail There is something in tho cheek in the eye tool in thin walk that makes you quite sun thin the loaves of the llower are going to be scattered Tho utmost nursing and medical attendance are In olYoctual Tho pure becomes feeble tho complexion lighter till stop weak or tIll laugh fnlntor No noire romp bug fur that one through hall and per lor Tho nursery Iis darkened by an approaching calamity The heart frets with mournful anticipation that the sun is going down Night speeds on It is tuwartiCening You have lung rejoiced in the dirt of u mother You havo done everything to make her lust days happy You havo run with quick fret to wait upon her every want llor presence his been a perpetual Mussing in thu house hull Iliiit tho fruit gatherers tiro look ng wistfully at that tree Her svMil is ripe for Heaven TIll gaos tare ready to tlash open for her entrance Hut your soul sinks at tlo thought of separation You run not boar to think that soon you will he called to take the lost look at that frier which from the first hour has looked upon you with affection un cliangcabc lilt you see that life is ebbing anl the grave will soon tilde her from jour sight You sit quiet You feel privy hearted The light Is fading from the sky The air is chilly It is toward eicning You hind a fwsiderablo estate and felt independent In live minutes on tile fair balance shoot you could see just how you stun 1 in the world lint there oaiuc complications Something that you imagined Iimpossible happen ed Thet best friend you hud proved traitor to your interests A sudden crash of national misfortunes prostmt od your credit You may today bo on hi business but you feel anxious about whore you are stunt ingn11tl fear that the next turning of tie wheel will bring you prostrate You foresee what you consider certain defalcation You think of the anguish of tolling your friends you are nut worth a dollar You lyiow not how you will over bring your children home from M hool You wonder how you will standI the selling of your library or the moving Into a plainer house Thu misfortunes of life have accumulated You wonder whit makes the skysit dark It is toward evening Trouble is an apothecary that mixes draughts hitter and soura great many and nauseous and you must drink some one of them Tier UI no scandal KO thick and welladjusted but sonic thorn will strike through IU In thus swift shuttle of IMO human heart some of the threads rimst brcck Tho journey from Jerusalem to Eromuus will soon bo ended Our Jllblc our common observation reiterate In sense our tones that wo Chin not mistake nail It Is towardought not to disregard evening Oh then for Jesus to abldo with us Ho sweetens the cup Ho extracts the thorn Ho wipes the tear Ho hushes the tempest lie soothes the soul that tiles to him for steelier Let the night swoop 0211 tho curocl don cross tho Lot tilt thunders roarsoon bhipnilto soothe hIs friends Christ on tho sea to stop its tumult Christ the ffravo I I I Ito Matter Urn darkness Christ In tho Heavens to lend tho way lllcssedl nil such lUll arms will enclose thorn His grace comfort them 1IU light choor thIn iHssaerilleo Into them ills glor oiiAhaut them If earthly estate take wlnjfH Ho will bo nn Incorruptible treasure If friends die Ho will 110I their resurrection Standing with us In the morning of our joy tool in tho- noonday of our prosperity Ho will not forsake us when tho luster has flUlclIl uveuingII lu shout withI misfortune Hark to mounting Lntl glume1U1I e I earth nod heavens with tho crasho f despotismAndI to euro themselves by human urcsorlp 11lIIIIIS attempting to heal gangrene a patch of court plaster and to stop the plague of dying umpires withIII Noth1hllrI I Nothing can unstrap our crushing hardens nothing can overcome our spiritual foes nothing can open our eyes to see the surrounding horses and chariots of salvation that till all tho mountains hunt the voice hull command of Him who stopped ono night at Km muss The words of the text un pertinent to us ellrant the fact that we are ucaring the evening of death I have hoard it said that wo ought to live as though rush moment was to be our last I do not bcllcvo tint theory As fur as preparation Is concerned vo ought always bo ready but wo can not always bo thinking of death fur wo have duties in lifu that de mind our attention When n titan Is selling goods it Iis his busill- IIICSS to thinkof the bargain lit is making When a man is plead hag in the courts it is Iris duty to think of tin interests of his clients Whon a clerk is adding up his accounts It is his duty to keep his mindh upon thin Cull unit of llguros Ho who tills up his life with thoughts of death Is fur from being till highest styleI of Christian I know a man who used often to sty at night I wish 1 might dio before morning Ho became an inlldcl- Itut there err titers when we Canned ought to give ourselves to the contem pInt 1011 of that solomd moment when to tlio soul time cntlt and eternity bo guts Wo must go through that one puss There is no roundabout way no by path no circuitous route Die wo taunt and it will bo to us a shameful occurrence or a time of admirabh be havior Our friends may stretch out their hands to keep us back hut no tin plorat ion on their part run hinter us They might offer largo retainers but death would not take the fee Tho breath will fall and tIll eyes will close tutu the heart will stop You may hang the couch with gorgeous tapestry butt what does death curt for beautiful cur tains You may hang the room with tlnost works of art but what does death euro for pictures You may till tho house with tho waitings of widow hood and orphanage dots death mind weeping This ought tot to be a depressing theme Who wants to live lucre for ever Thu world has always treated mo well and every day I feel loss and loss like scolding 111111Icomplaining tut yet I would not want to mako this nuyutrrnui residence I love to watch the clouds end hatho my soul in the blue snit of llcuvon but IIX pect when the tlrmamont is rolled away as a scroll to son a new Heaven grander higher and more glorious You ought to bo willing to exchange your body that huts headaches anti stdcachosand weaknesses innumerable that limps with Iho stonebruises or j fosters with the thorn or themes on the funeral pyre of fevers for nn Incor ruptible body and an rye thai blinks not beforo the jas or gates tutu the groat white throne Itut between that and this there is an hour shunt which no man should be reckless or foolhardy i I I doubt nut your courage hut I toll i you that you will want something bet j tar than a strong unit a good aims and Ii a trusty sword when you conic to your last battlo You will need a bettor i rube then tiny you have in your rube to keep you warm in that 1111 Circumstances do nut make so much dlllorcnce Il may bo a bright tiny j when you push olV from the planet 11II it may bo a dune night ninl while the owlI is hutting from Chit forest 1l1II1III bo spring Lund your soul may go out among the blossoms applo orchards swinging their censors In the way It may bo winter and the earth in a shroud IIt may bo autumn and 0WII forests sot on tire by tho year dead nature laid out In stall It may ho with your wifes head In your land or you may ho In a strange hotel with a servant faithful to tho last It may IMJ In a railroad train shut lilT the switch and tumbling III lung reverberation down tho embankmentcrash crash I know not the time 1 late not tho mode hunt tho days of our life arc bo lug subtracted away and wo shall Collie down to tho tlwo when wo havo but wit days loft throe nino days then eight days then seven days six days five days four day threo days two days Otto tiny Tlen hours three hours two hours Otto hour Then onlyminutes lofttho minutes four minutes three minutes two minutes onu minute Then only seconds left font setonds three seconds one second Cono Tho chapter of lift ended Tho look closed Tha pulcs at rust The 1cct through i v 1111 with tho journey Tho hands cloaca lipsNoI buck to lie undUhovoled by any human nervesvj still All still You might put the stethoscope to the breaot mid hear no sound You might put U speaking ij trumpet to the ear but you could not I i wnlco tho deafness No motion no throb no life Still Still 1111111101WlmtI Jesus is thu dayspring from en high tho perpetual morning of every ran lamed spirit What If the darkness comes Jesus is the light of tho world 11111of Heaven What though this earthly house dues crumble Jesus bus prepared a house of ninny mansions lulus Is the anchor that always holds C01l11lCIllbUSboosted Jesus Is the evening stein hung up amid thu gloom of tho gather leg night You an almost through with tho abuse and backbiting of enemies They will cull you no moro by evil names Your good deeds will no longer ho milt interpreted nor your honor tllehed The troubles earth will end in thu felicities Toward evening Tho bo reavements of earth will soon ho- lifted You will nut much longer stand pouring your grief In tine tomb like Kachcl weeping for her dull dren or David mourning for Absalom llroken hearts hound ail Wounds healed Tears wiped away Sorrows terminated No moro sounding of the death march Toward evening Untie eyeIllsstarving soldier us eveningI hour to the exhausted workman Tlio skyI will tako on ltvI sunset glow every cloud a tiropsalm every lake a glassy mirror tho forests tranullgurcd deli unto mists climbing tho air Your friends will announce it your pulses will brut It your joys will ring it your lips will whisper It Towanl even hllI INTERESTING ITEMS Mns J SWIINIV whoso husband was killed recently byn trolley car on tile Atlantic Coast Ualhvay COH road UtpnllyforACCOIIIHNO to tho latest annual re rdfortnnturysldpiiu stationed at Iurlleet in Kssox certi fied for iJ0 hogs the Alt bar for ZOO boys stationed at tookI hurry Liverpool and the Clarence for 100 boys ikiiiiian Catholic stationed at Now hurry Hlrkonhcad- OXK of the largest sailing vessels utloat recently calved In Now York from Calcutta shut reported having caught a shark oil SU Helena which was found to contain a copy of the London Times This paper is supposml to hunt boon thrown overboard from a Capo mull steamer and was strange to state in readablo condition when brought to light WATrn IS called hard and soft according to till amount of Ilimn and magnesium salts Iit contains If not more than six grains put gallon or In other words six degrees of hardness it is called soft If it contains moro it is called hurl nail if tho salt Is cur botiato of limn It is culled temporary hardness because the sells can bo de pushed by honing but If it consists ol saltsI of magnesium It Is culled perma trot hardness because boiling tines not remove It IT is unquestionably true that the average stay it houu citizen of tho oust lias entirely felled to measure tha muscle of the west or bettor yet tha muscle of tilt country Wo have all boon recently amused by Mr1 Dopows disenvlryof California After a lung life of activity with countless trips tc Kuropn and olsowhorc It Is only within lilt last throe or four years that ho Inn penetrated further wont thou Chicago nut only this year that ho lots ventured beyond Denver witch N Itself but n trillo further titan half way across the continent Mr Dopow Is an example of a lunge class fait London Knglund chamber ol commerce adopted thin following ruses ilulioiiHon the question of arbitration in llnanclalI disputes That In thoI opinion of thin congress tho present gigantic expenditure on military prc lira tllIlI InHSes nn Intolerable burden on national revenues andh an IIIIUICIIMJ addition to human labor That tho settlement of International difference 1111Idllfeivnt governments which unit not bu adjusted by diplomatic agency should as far UK possible bo referred to art itnitlon- IT U a fact not generally known that salesmen and clerks who have learned their business with John Wnnamnkor in Philadelphia havo no difllcUty In obtaining positions clsowhcra Mr Wiinuniakcr keeps a man part of whose work hi to Instruct tho now people in their duties anti to see that they pour form them properly They writ first taught how to keep n stile schedule then how to talk business to u ells totter tho best ways of caring fat stock anti so oil Unless a beginner shows aptitude tor buslnuw ho never guts beyond his probationary period Tho efllolent ones when they And their way blocked to preferment byold truo ami tried seniors go to other cities byi1 n PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL Jacob one of tho moat iiotoll of the German statisticians estimates that the Komnn empire In A n 14 contained n J 58000000 of gold and silver Unusual linvto hM been undo lu calling the barony of llcaumout out ot nboynncQ in favor of tho two veaoldI daughter of the late baron who nccU dentally shunt himself while shouting r lust year When tho hist abeyance wets y eutIllln 1840 It land lasted Gall years Prince Iliilduwirre lloncompngni LudovinlH library of 70000 volumes In the Cencl palace at Homo iis to bo sold by his heirs The prince was n his torian and mathematician of European reputation There are ninny rnro flf tconth century editions among hid books KnlKor Wllhelm hits changed the trim of his mustache which ho no long er curls up at tho ends but WClli1lr foctly straight this gives him n mom benignant and less ferocious aspect They say tthat like his prototype I ud wig II of llavaria ho Is growing very fat owing to overeating and too llttla exercise llcnjaiuln Constant received the medal of honor for painting at tho Champs KlynccH Salon obtaining ii cleat mnjorly of tho votes on the third ballot his nearest competitors wera Harplgnic cud Homier but IS other artiste received votes among them n woman Mine Deinont Hrcton Tho modal for sculpture wont to lustnvu Michel who sent in a colored group of The lllind Man stud the Iaralytlo M SccUicr took the medal for archi tecture nod M1 Henri Lefort that for engraving HOUSING OF THE OLD ROMANS TtfiiiiniMil tinrn Uonptrueted on the to iitruUv flue Itulhllngs for the habitation of rill 70UH In ancient Jtoine wore of two kinds piTvatohoiiNcs or palaces fur than icsldcncoI of Ohio family with more or less copious rctlnui of sonants do IIIUH and lodging houses or tenement houses many stories high and adapted to Ithe reception of several families and of single Individuals Insulno At the time of UN greatest development the city numbered 17UO palaces and 100011 lodging houscN tho population being about 1100000 souls Tlioco statistics refry to theI city limits only marked ap proximatelyI by tin walls tf Aurolian but till habitations extended beyond till walls for a radliix of tlirce inlliM at loiist This suburban butt of houses i null lodgings with gardens old orch ards between them was culled thud helL of cxpliitln tin tccta Tenement houses unknown in vII lages very itiro in provincial towim j hone 1ompcil llorciilaiieum Ostla nut Vollola considerable portions of which Baits been cxcuuitcd won Introduced In Home in IfiS II I as relined by Dio IIVSllIKThoplebelanHagivod divide among i themselves bona lido 1 Hit building lotto nn tho Avontlno ouch family selecting u space In pro ortlon with tutu swats of which it oh islu sell but It happened also that families not able to build In dependently joined In groups of two thrcn null more and raised n house hi common one family occupying the ground Hours other till Moors above This passage Ithrows a considerable the hIHIIII of human habita 4tloutInformation hllll boon loft by ela nlcH It HCOIIIH that from the tlmo the city was built on thou Palatine hill to thin reign of the TiirquliiN the Koimiim dwelt in huts tint nnllfcu thoNoI which t1 lilt proHont day give nholtor to thin shcphordH of thin Caiupagna They are composed of a framework of timber or hough with tthatched walls lute conl llIl roofs and a ring of MOIICM These nro represented with every detail In till socalled hut urns cinerary vases discovered in Iho prolilstorUooniotoclei of Lathim and southern Ktrurln In memory of this primitive sate of things two huts wore prtwrvcil In Itomo down to tlu fIll of till empire the hut of KomulUN othorwlHc called the cottage of IFuuMtulu on till Inl iillnc whore tho founder of t helty hull been given Hholtcr and od neat lint and another hut on till Cnpltoline where ho hind beet worshiped after Isis death nH n hero North American Ite thew Tim luily NIIIII A New OrlcaiiH man wlmwns fond jmpii was telling lilt friend thin other day of the laurel Il11e htm hunt ut trying to teach his youngster to say Missis sippi The word seemed tuorn that tho little ono could miiHtcr finally the father lilt on thin plan of teaching tho s child the wurtibysyll11bltvliNow say lifter me mild ho to the boy MIsidH- MliuiM surd the Infant phenom enon Mjipl Hlpjil Iohowil the boy Now say thin whole thlnjr com manded the father MNM begun hhn child ind then he thought awhile lnpawild he what did you ant the ladys iiuino WIIIIIN 0 TimesDemocrat The Truth Not llulf Tnlil You are charged salt the judgeywith riding your bloycle through the street at a rate exceeding ten hdie aa hour Ten miles 1 sold the mtui whose now wheel had run away with him h ton ntlicfli Ill bet I vu going aWOmi Ultumnolla Journal Jr tY Ic r Y uh THE HERALD x SPENCER COOPER Editor OHAS E HABICHT Associate Edit r t n R n ltHAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 8 ISO Q DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM 1gS INC H BRYAN Of Nebraska ror Yice 1rw hunt ARTHUR SEWALL Of IIInu For CoHgrcfMinnn Tenth Itrlot THOMAS Y FITPATRICK OF 1IOYH COUNTY tt aVffOTOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF 11u sire tttlmrixwl to nnnoiirior A TI POJI W NX ii ramliiUlf for Ihr ulHcc of Hher iff of Wolf county Hiihject to the action of the Democratic putty k E PIiOR COUNTY JUDGE r NV lire authorized to announce J II 1IOLUN iw a iiiidilat fur the office of Bounty Jujd of Wolfe rouuty subject to the action ot the Democratic mrljr I 0 T1 CKNTKIt U hereby nnnnnno i sm citndltlate tor tlw oWe of Comity lad MitMKt to the action of the Democratic pri mary Hcptoraher I- tMt are authorised to Nnnount Dr S aNWAKUOiw A mtudldat for County Ju abject to tbe Motion ui the Democratic prl warp For Commonwealth Attorney We nee UNthorlznl to announce A F llYttO M a catidltlntc for Commonwealth Attorney for the JMnl Judicial District ub feet to the action D f the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY UOIMX 11i ASH Iin hereby iiiiiionnrail awn RundlUatt for County Attorney of Wolfe rounty subject to the action of the Deiuo erotic primary fOK COUNTY CLltaif We hereby annousiee SILAS TUTT M candidate for County Clerk subjoin to J iwimarysnptemkor Y i FOR JAILER I suit a rhlhlh for the office of Jailer AVoIfc county and nolkit the MtpM rt of t jI Iliuocnitic in the Irimnry to be h j SiptemlMT 19isms t+ nmecreu years hte- II had the mUtortmir to low our i f mv leg mud alnce that timo lutvo hen unable Ito swarm rat labor That fur more th tiny other rea nn prompt me to auk for t mow and if elected I promise to fulfill t u r j yojI ALVilKD AI1ILEK To TIIK CiOOU ICOlJK II F WlllFK II neT 1 wish t announce that IItau u lIudldat for Jailer of Wolfe rouutysahJcct to the j Democratic arty I hair always len R Democrat and bare always Mipportcd the Democratic nominee In every rune nation al state and county and this u the IIrllt time 1 ever asked Ion office My wife linn Keen an invalid for 11 years unit I bavu butt unfortunate in that reupcct IIf I get the nomination and nut elected I will tillI I yhndIAsldng your support mudstilihipo at 1rlwary 1 am yours for the nominee VMI IMIUWKII t n FOR ASSESSOR I I111111 n cdiididntc fur the ollioe of Assessor t snppnrtilia of i be held September 11 IMH Having been i IIofi j juutl voter in the cnnntv of Wolfe a friend to thu party tlironili thick and1 thin for always I am uur askliiK the otlirv ulwnyIwveI t would help thu country I have put iu bothJ t enterpristand aside from this no laboring tuna eve r coiled on me for a incur but he Rot it Coi tutu my precinct cud find the facto AtikiiiK now that you will support me ax lImn you 1 remain your friend U K ANDKKSOX Tin Seventh district Democrats will1 nominate their candidate for congress on September HO Tutu civil service commission has iis sued an order to nil officeholders to re attain from contributing to any campaign fund MAJOR MoKl raY hits finally ncceptII ed tho Republican nomination for president in a letter of several thousandI words Ho dwells more on tic tnritrt than on the financial question SINCE leaving tho cabinet lion Ifok Smith has declared his intention to stump Georgia in tho interest of Bryan andfSewall Wall street cant subsidize Hokc if ho is a newspaper man AIIOUT the 15th or IGth of September Hon Win J Bryan will speak at Lex ington nod wo predict there will be more enthusiastic Kentucky Democrats con greguted there at that time than ut I4I1Yc other one time iu the history of the city I I Tin silver Democrats of the Fifth di trict unanimously nominated KxUov John Young Brown for congress Elm ten per cent that is added to the purchasing power of gold is ten percent subtracted from the earning power of labor and from the property labor litis already earned y IT is currently reported that Wm Whitney announces that no new tick will be put in tho field at the Indianan oils boltocrat convention and William ought to Lttnu lin hold all the trumpa PiiihADKMMiiA is going to have fu in November The ballots will be the largest employed since the new law went into effecttwo feet in width and three feet in length The large e panse is a physical necessity owing tho many tickets to be voted Iv 1870 when silver was demonetized1I there wax WIt Il tramp in the United1 States Now sifter twentythrco years of the singlu gold standard fully 0110 fourth of the people are idlo and hungryfr Sound money is full of promise to the ear hilt full of sorrow to the heart ATI tint recent convocation of the National Hank Democrat at Louisville 1V11 McCitlire of Morgan was chosen elector for the Tenth district with W 0 blur of Wofc HMUlunt ThUaounda grand but it loe onlyI an empty houor as the ticket ahoiild one IKJ nominatel xt liidtaimitoliH will not troll rotes 5000 rotea in the state Tin iMMind monov conveiition which met in Loulnville recently lAMedl th following rewilutioii Jtewlved That the emblem of th iiif ballots shall be the heRd of Tliowns le Person encircled in a wreath of hickory leaves Tho rooster will be at the head of t1i Uryan and iS wall ticket =A Flovi Until of amptoii is x candidate fur commonwealths attorney for tho 2M judicial district subject tor the action of the Democratic party The district iis comjKjwd of the ClunUe of Mngofflit Hreathitt Wolfe IIce as- a j F till Mr Byrd iill a first drifts man a ontrue Democrat n good lawyer and tho people will make no mistake in placing their affair in his haudsentinul1kzut- of ocrat j1IIErtr are in every city In the hint UtouMunds of men out of n job whose nccisoiticK do not appear to have pined1I plathat duce the Republican party propo e to give protection to these The clerk out of a job jobtThe doctor out of a job Tho lawyer out of It job The teacher out of t job Tho architect out of a job The merchant out of u jolt The printer out of n job And hundreds of other vocations tOne of tho most Mtccciwfiil of our ris ing young attorneys iis Itollin A Knsli of this plan lie was police jjudge for some time lout iis now acting as town attorney for Hazel been Rollin b r gradually hut surely climbing the fame and ho now tusks as will be seen elsewhere the responsible position of county attorney He wits raised in the cradle of Democracy and since reaching his majority has worked faithfully for tho advancement of the cause fiive him your support at the primary on the lHh inst and if he is the Hiiccesxful candidate you will newer regret having done so Who Is Entitled To Vote Mr Kditor Please answer the follow ing in your spur Will n man who Chicanonomineesvcmbor primary or in other words will the cuckoos be allowed to vot- elltrttsuCttil I II If the OmeNS of the election do their duty I suppose you mean by not supporting I Bryan nod Scwall that ho will support uric of the other tickets No man should be allowed to vote in n pri i I mary who declares he will vote for some ono of the other tickets That is and certainly should be the intention of the courtly committee Owen News anyeono who poses as a Democrat and per 1118tentl declares that ho will not vote or the regularly nominated candidates I I of a regularly culled and held National Democratic convention should be barred from expressing his preferences in u county or district primary When a man does not support the choice of the majority in u national convention what you expect of him in a kcl tllgLtV Can such a man be trusted 1T J t srPrlnlary Election Call j Pursuant to a call by the chairman ofI the Wolfe county Democratic committee the cnmmltuciici met at Camptotii on August 3 and nclvclcd September hI 1806 tts the time of holdinga primary election to noiiunutc candidate T r llic1 various county uaJ Uiatiict ofti is tolc voted for at the November election 1O7 vtrCetat the November election 18i7 are enI titled to vote in said primary Candi1i daises for the county olllceh are require- to pay to the chairman 1 and candidates for district oflices 2 on or before Sep- n tcmbcr 41150G- e C IL1Nrs Clint ItJ n CvuitOM Sec iii 1 1 I I 1 nrdtoaJdJ judicialI I districtI of KentuckyI a primary election will he held in nil tin counties composing said district on tire lnl tiny of October lsiHy1 hot ween tho hours of ii oclock a in and 4 oclock p m for for the purpose of nominating DiinoI static candidates for the odiccs of circuit judge and common wealths attorney fU- IMid I district to be voted for nttho No vcmlwr election 1817 At said primary election tin polls will lw opened at tho regular voting places In all the voting precincts of each county hi said district This August 18 ISfld Kt CALUMIAK Uhwirman WM GtKMy Secretary AUAXTniJSKVKHAL KAITHFH lEXi or women to travel for o tublUheil house in Kvntueky blur e payable at15 weekly and cxpencfM lisitln- permanentlelcrrare n KneloveielfaddrfNu UniMingo 1lorSiaoSEA JluKKi FumiOA Ang 27 18 spendflung n month on the Atlantic coast and enjoying the pleasant wvather the sur itethe interior are complaining of the hot weather This summer Is generally con ceded to be unusually hot yet persons do not flutter in Florida during the sum mer from heat like they Join some of the northern cities A large number ofI thtIIumlIothers for pleasure I The surf bllhlng1llIIftidi to be very in vigoraling aud is enjoyed by all 111I People go in the ocean at least once n day and a crowd in bathing hiss no small j nmoiuit of fun Some of there find their I greatest enjoyment when a large twos I Vtiockf some one down or scares tIll timid ones till they are almost frantic Asad accident happened hero pester I day afternoon There were three per lIOns in the surf two of whom were women One women was observed tooII further out than It is safe for anyone to go Soon the cry was raised that she WitS drowning The man who was prestnt was old and weak and could not rescue her By chance one of ImatHlax Iran hilFla11I0lti Ate Wits already indeed there were no signs of life in her for some time after site hind been brought to the shore Soon there were ninny present who knew how to treat a case of drowning and by patient work they untimelyrwill cause others to use greater caution It iis dangerous to go far out from the shoreSea Breeze iis a part of Daytona which ill a growing town and fine winter resort on tho opposite side of the Halifax river from this place Daytona is trade beau tiful by handsome hotels anti residences and palmetto and live oak trees which Ire found all over the town Some of the live oak trees form arches over the streets mid a drive over the shell roads of this shady town is highly enjoyed One day wo went to the lighthouse which is twelve miles distant from this place It is ISO feet high and when one is up in the top of it they have n good view of the surrounding country and can look far out at sea We hadn pleasant day and found some pretty sea shells We have one more week to stay here then we will return to our Memo in UmatillaYour Kentucky friend in Florida NAN IE F HAXEY FOR SALENecessity compels me to collect nil that Is owing to me so that I can pay debts that owe All who are indebted to me that do out make settlement atilt me ut 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 and have control of consisting of two houses and lots in Camp ton six acres of land In Campion one farm of sixty aerie one and one hnlf miles from Campion and four tote iu Walnut Grove Ky Wilt elton easy terms SlJuly CREATElSTr 0 CLOTI lljG SALHh TRADEdOOMEOC MONDAY MAY 4- And Continuing Until Closed Out KentuckyJRKGARDWBS1 OF VALUKJ REOARDLESS OK COST JtEGAIULES OF PIUCE1 IW do not care whnt priers competitor name we will ink in per cent off of sonu1 jrouds In our hto k we have Fifteen Thllli Suits of Clolhill from 12 lo and 2 putthoCOME AND TAKE YOUR GHOICE FOR S750 Xothiiig rrwrvwl in this 1 lot But Bring he Cash With Yon When Yon Come One Hundred soul Fifty Middle Iiaunel Suits sewed with 41k thread obit freshnew goods at n111i I ir suit color guaranteed THIS IB A VOBKER Ghoar nt10lfund 1 worth =150 2 unit X13 Quo Hundred pnir Pants liljl wool 5IYou Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices 1iJyUif viJ IFt i11jft 11 iI LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXiMTU AHD punts KY a JSII LAGKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL OH11 KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FAn r and ROAD WAGO WE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our lric SIIand when you need anything of the kind give me your order Homo People get only Honest Work ninth be Happy IcI your work is respectfully solicited PIBATT 5LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor CSIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special cnro taken of teams for Commercial Travelers Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the public spectfully solicited H F PIERATT f 1GI 111 CJhGllr lll ilaJa gPTFE CREAT BU NESS TRAINING SCHOOLOF rye7SOUTHI 9l fnttifJtIJIvJfJJlCTfIIIJl1i HUNDREDS or cuouuts HOLDING FINE rosiirt IharrllzlriI dLI JPltnhMj RECOMMENDED BY THE lEADING BUSINESS ltta IA oastj THE COUNTRY srtNnoiv am cY 7CIft = i h tIJj r I 1 t u 1 E IERALB i Green HaarsaysHapifWng w f iIEverything passed off quietly during foe fair nnd the general verdict is that it ttas a grand BUCCCM The Sunday excursion train on the IlI 4Eroid will be discontinued begin V DjDg with next SllndnyI J U McLin midwife of Rose Hill Ya were hero several days last week tijiting their son II J McLin Merit in medicine means the power to cure The great cures by Hoods Sarsa pirilla prove its unequalled merit The White Sulphur bund boys acquit ted themselves nobly and their excellent Basic was enjoyed by all who heard it Willie H Iicratt accompanied Miss Minnie I 1ay to West Liberty last Sunday where she is attending the insti tote this week A letter indited to the Junior Kiuleiiv orers from Miss Etta Runnels states that the is visiting at Hay View Mich and enjoying tau ltof health An eight yearold child of Mack Uld field of Uiapil branch died Saturday night aiil was buried at Uncle Bill Me XabbuvnietfryI Sunday afternoon Tilt tlitur oath hk better 1 have been feasim iuin on some luscious tomatoe furnish 1I dire through the courtesy of 3Irs1 N Jay for which they return thanks We only publUh the awards in the floral hall ami1 1 fete of tho most inter ttiugjiliiLthis week as wo could not jccuro the full HatI of premiums in time fIorI IJi Rev Iraiik AjtMr lAte of May town will prcaili at Bethel Wolfo county on the first Sunday in September Let everybidy Nellie and rally round the tanner cl r lilt King The iiiij t which was to have tAken place in till trove lat Knturday was pwtpiiiii illdl count of a similar meet ing at Lqol the same dRY but greater gua iil tilt shooting The larf crowds attending the fair were generally well behaved Owing to the prompti action of Town Marshal Gimbill amt his able assistants there wn very it tlI diHturbance Jlrs L M1 Day after several weeks visit to tin family of F N Jay reo turned in Sunday to her home in Beat tvvillp She was accompanied part of the way by Mrs F Jf Day Tomorrow Friday iis the last tiny for canJidatci for comity ofllcps to pay their swscssimiit to the county chairman for paying the exitnxos of holding the pri mary pny up gentllIII1nI leer 1rjink A tnrpOmountain mi ionary is expected to beI in the city Sept 2nd on his way to hold great meetings in Wolfe Morgan and Mciiefce counties Xo doubt ho will re ceive a hearty welcome Sentinel Demo crat I Mrs Brent Aiken of Danville left for her home last Wednesday morning accompanied by her niece Mrs Bertie Godsey After a short staywith rela i fires in Danville Mrs iodfey will return to Washington C to rejoin her hus band I Miss llyBell McGuire who was hero several days last week visiting her cousin Mrs Cora Andre left for her borne in St Helens Saturday morningii A number of young men ailing with some sort of heart trouble j ince her departure We neglected to state last week that Prof W II Cord wife and son Robert hadreturned from their summer online They left Bethel in Bath county at GSO In the morning and arrived here at 030 the same night haying driven 63 miles in the interim Frank Tyler has retired from the blacksmith business and closed up hie- shop He wants all whe are indebted to him to come forward and settle at once w he needs the money As to his future presentbutstop you On him and pay what you owe The family of Jos P Rose in indeed e stricken one Miss Ida who has been flow with fever for some time has pasttwoprobably reschedsome of the readers will have Jtered the pearly gates Mr Rose is alsoreported very low while three or- four other members of the family down with the same disease ArcIIIl The meeting whichwas conducted TTj it church Iduring closldIj sufficientf I attend j aijpe was good the services were of the lethargysentedi upon the people front some l8UIe That the seed of placesthepersonally itfaile to germinate in time to show itself The sermons of both these gentlemen were spoken in the plainest language so that none could fail to understand Fact were brought before the sinners which could not be gainsaid and should these evangelists ever come to Hazel Green again we bespeak for them better sue Ij 11Ii nil left for Fincastle whore they are now i holding a meeting We lope these reverend gentleman will be 1111111fl warded for the good they are doing in this world During the rush of last week we hind thAtII I deII nmoiijIAs has been stated before in these col I umn it iIii an almost indispensable ar tide in erery well regulated kitchen Mr Lipps informed ui ut the time that he would deliver the cabinets as fast as circumstances would permit and no doubt by this time nearly if not quite j all have been set up in the kitchens of j those who purchased them and they artI i wondering how they have kept Irons these many years without ae useful and handsome piece of furniture U i Elder J T 1ieratt returned Monday afternoon from a four week evangeli j iug tour through Montgomery Powell and ileiiefee countici Jim Tom as he in familiarly called teems to be peculiarly endowed with the gift of harmonic ing dissatisfied factionn in the churches he visits for whenever he conies into contact with a dinorgaiiicd church one jjor two ofhis sermon set everything to I rights and sinners come forward at the j shortjwill wake a trip into Bath county j I WOItP a4uNx I Pine mil Pickup I Candidates are us plentiful ax flies if not us obnoxious i Jars Bowman of Hoonevillr is visit I plaeeIon the Int inst with consumption after two I years mne- TheluldierllI wOO base been can fHig at Natural Bridge for a couple of weeks jI entertained large crowd last Friday with a sham battle and good music I I The BnptUi association cone WII at Pine Hill on the llth inst lasting three days That means number of people plenty to eat surd a general good time show the standing i Tho following grade of the pupils in school district 2it at tho close of six weeks work General1 average is as follows Mollie Hush S7 Sallie Ibwman San Maud Chester ss lids Rogers S7A lOllI IlushI I 75 Jake Bush 70 Jimmio Wells 71 Lucinda Ho gers 7ti Nannie May 77 Joseph Meadows SO 11V Rogers iil All these sautes represent pupils who seem to be much interested in their studies and will soon I answer to the roll call of some of our mountain colleges The bright boys and girls of our rough country arc no longer content with none or a monger education but are making rapid progress morally educationally and religiously Sept 1VMA I Tollver Talk Steve Brown has returned from Loud I Springs meetinghouse in Mencfee county where he has been holding a protracted meeting Work has been resumed on the new church When finished it will be very commodious anda blessing to the neigh borhoodBuford Mannin has entered the Hazel I Green Academy again this year with of coming out in June full intentions ui well ripened pedagogue of Mack Oldfiold II amII in your whose illness columns passed into the realms of the blest Sunday morning Let the bereaved parents rej ice to know that of such is the kingdom of Heaven SuuIESeptn MORGAN COUNTY MaftowB Mlisllei R Eo May of Mt Sterling is clerking for Day Co lProf Henry Murphy WM in town Sun r i Ed1tOa GLIS 6if12 Ws SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY tfSrRegulnr Monl 25 couts Monls to order at nil hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 n m Dinner from t 10 n m to 0 p in Suppor from 5 to 9 p in Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty S rttGAn1J1 1Itfovxlct01t day There MOIIIS to bo an attraction in Maytown for Henry lion Frank Morton and Bud Myers of Camargo calleda few minutes in tows Monday morning on their return lout from the Hazel Green fair M1 W Tieratt anti C A Sample left town Monday morning for the blnegraa9 country with tho last bunch of sheep w kugw of So Ivncsomc bleating to b I hoard lucre now I Mrs g B May nnd little dnuglrtc- Gracey of Mt Sterling who were visit lug home folks last week and taking ill the fair accompanied by L D May left for home Monday morning I Well the Hazel Omen fair is over for the year and every one satisfied so far m3 we have heard The exhibit in the flora hall wait certainly grand Hope it 1181 HUCCCM to the asKwiation for they cer tainly deserve it Yours for free silver Sept 1 WiKuiiwi To Brethren md Others Wm H Jurds topic at the Christine church Sunday at 11 a m will IK Io I Christ Life There isi a special request that every I I lIudII furIi theIwrvlaedren of the world be winerin this gemra tion than tho children of light The Sunday school begins each Lard4- j day at 930 a m The Y p S C Jaj 7 Ip inriuyrK MKETIN TtliIr The following are the topics fur the prayer meetings at the Christian church In this month Wednesday the Pih Overcoming I Jliifi lA Rev 415 I IWedneMlay the Jlithulltlay Ubwr Tanee Mark 4 J32S IJev 1 ll- WidneMiay the 28rd TIlt Christian for the Times Acts 4 lN20 IilrK 18 Wcdnemlay thin 30th Besetting ins Horn 7 lHif Htb li 18- Cumo and bring your families your visitor And your neighbors Trig EIIKH + I IAOI 19tH- Three pupils from Montgomery county wuo enrolled I Quite a number of former pupiUcalknl fII while tIlt fair was holding j jProf II II Holier arrived Tiu lav andnowholdsfortll in room nuinlMT LucyAI at the Homo lust week Miss Inglsl will be here to tiikoelinrjre of the IttMsic elasees just as MMII us we c1allllIi niriiiii and ready to report anything of inter rst onepniing the HIIIIP or Academy i Wm 11 DoBuxk in ennlinuinpr his studies of th Bible and will have clutr t- rOIUC three or four c1nlC during sectionThi theI session begun Tuesday the IIs- ii inst Tho enrollment wan larger than last year Every one seemed anxioiiH to begun school work again j The leadenly yell awakened the residents near the Ilomi on Monday livening ruin its sweet music will thCreuboutJolI enter school I thought the session begins on tho first I FcpI tember and they will enroll next Mon I day AIDtInII SEVEItAi1 rfl1FcL3uN I or women to travel for rtspnnsible cs nbllitlicil house In Kentucky Nalnry payable t weekly nml cxpiiires HimII iirmaiicnt ItefenMiee KncloKe ed envelope The National htar Huililin Chicago 23I IS I p n SHERIFFS SSALE FOR TUXES o 1Y VIUTli 01 TAXES due the State nt 1L Kentucky anti County of Vollc for the years mimed below I or one of my deflllt- lCH willml MONDAY the 7lh DAY OPI iiiTKMUin 18i 0 between the hours of t1I oclock a m and 4 oclock p in nt the courthouse door in the town of Cumpton Wolfe county Kentucky It being county court litexpoc ut public stile to the highest and best bidder for cllllh in hand the following reul estate or no much thereof liS will he necessary to satisfy the following taX and cost on iiime towlt Cunrtollh8180IW C Marker 00 acre landadjoinhn the lands of Hud hanks district No 3 bat ante on the years 18S 340 tax and cost 995 James Pelfry 12C acres of land adjoining the land+ of David Rose district No 3 for the year 1695 tax uiil cost 083 folly A Creech 100 acres of land adjoining the lands of J H Terrill district So 5 for the year 1897 tax and cot 514 This August 10 ISM ti H WILSON r W By J K COCKKKIUM D S CII 1 iL t lli i lU 1mtt tux LLcl Ultt J11ta lUlLtlis School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentuckyr Tfle Moxt Session Bo inS SRptOIQfi8r 1896 I II Full C Urlw SwttninetlI IIn 13 wry Depitilmtttl ISxpiiitOB Iho Lo1 l 1I DiscSpHuo tho 1 IHruwst Itislntotion Thorough Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typcwritiiij and Drawing also Bnsinoss MJII n IiJ1 1r j jll J 1 r IIi I i i i H lI ii C14 aD1ataa a11aJGW I i= i fI HAZEL GREEN KY IIe J Keep a full line of IIrIEd7Nathjieetuelf Jewelry a- a tlll JM HVENSJiVI1 11djjUIt t i Fine Watches and Gold SyeotacJet K 11fRcparingl Specialty anythinginFine Silverware see ns We can save you big money1 i illS I M V IS g iM 41 j lrrJ y4 I 1 M J L o o- IIIIrKENTUCKYr UNIVERSITY o war w ir erni IJlatr fril IP Ns NtItcmltr For andilly ltiIILfl ilnlluti ii niily ItttN lnvts Icu w andI 31C1i11twIresldenlnn ihi Millc lixix x JCv JIIIIIINAIWII MI ES =11I ca + Itl lhlMwIJ DJ IHazel Groan Ky IIRMRS LOU DAY Proprietress jltJJ The highs the best tho market rersonahletI Jietrlieratti Livery Stahlo in icrrI rl I THE J T DAY H0LLERMILLI order andl Kiiurinlee good Hour can lie ovule nny mill the State where good uliiiit I will liny Uheut the highest Price will exchange Hour for wheat riUHonublu teriiii any other roller mill the state nut I positively will slot buy I I orfrriml any mniitty ninny wheat would work the llHiidvantajje of the mill well those who furnlitli gaud lhelltII will state thud I nm the sole proprietor of the mill and I will thank any patron the mill report me uny curse of ofI they may have from uny employe the mill and I guarantee satisfy nil Jiint clnimn I intend deal fair lend liberal with the people and trust they will filvnrI me with their patronage I feel thin enterprise for the good of the entire cum l unity Thanking the people for their liberal put nonage I very respectfully J T DAY WT COLVIN WIT- 1lTRIMBLE I BROTHERS Wholesale OrOOOr8 MT STEBLilNGKY THE HERALD I A 2 r x Iarnllrgrr Iiln nil Arts ltihlair11Irinll1 11Iir utlegc of lilral r- tIthree Il oilmen Clwsieal Jllrnirv Kci fiililli1 Srlint rourxcn ullowrd fiiroiii t iiiim of tcHcber Pint iYiiiiinniiim 1ecx rollal flit r lon lirjjiiiN H ht i In Preklitfiit J II ge III iT MI IM 1 c i H I im IIH nn in IK rurnixliud nt Market or on UK IIH In or no It to UN its plaint to to I to UK to an I in um I It A Hl QriM t r c0 III ijj g D Miff 1naru ana liollOns11- I 1- o jf lIMO ktp n full line of f1 11 o Millinery Nations JJrons 1 1 I fJiItooof public JH invitod and their il tjor l I j o1111N LOHJAYiW A n MOST IN SECT IN WORMSHWHITES VERMIFUCE t FOR 20 YEARS Has lad all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD IIV AM imUOOIfiTa tv luciunniuix mtJi ci IT heels d THE INCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T B QCINCEV Drawer ICO Chicago Secretary Of the BTAtt ACC1IU4T- COUPAMV for informstlon regarding Accident Input once Mention this paper By so doing you con save membership fee Hat paid over 100000000 r sccidental Injuries Be your own Agent No MEDICAL EXAMINATION RKQUIREa HB MAUPIN EEED PEBBLES Corr WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTInOtJTHOHIO 1 IS IIIi KKfff ADVERTIHIXd- JIEDIU3I IN EASTERN KY a oJ u I= DISAPPOINTMENT Of course thoyn noch n thing ex luck Wo know that folks lay stress On Btiperittltlouii fancies ter oxcune their IdBlnoaft Hut wJmn yovo uono nflahln yo hov nonn time nn nRnln How tho name amount of effort brings ro- flultn ter different men Yell tuko yar llnent tuuklo out an nardly Him n tin Vhllo u small boy hnulu up beauties wothI a Cord an crookcil pin Bomo goes tor ketuhlu late right off an docMnt hnvo tor wIt Whlln others slaver oven gotu a nibble at tho bait Its common InfortnntlontlioiiKh its who BOinO lOOHIlt whit fThot thuyH n dun rnliitloiiHlilp twlx poli tics nn fluh A fuller miuntors MOUK androimlnIlnoiMii serve Iy trios An Lust thltiK anybody knows lies pullln out n prlzn It tiatunilly CIUIHOS nutno ball fvolln In tho ranks Of thorn ex sot to hopefully an patient on tho bunks Thoyn other llnh wnth Metchln hilt Its kbulor him tor wall An tnutihu novor uvun Kit a nllitilu at tho butt Washington Htur JJKBAKLNO A BIKE Ill Ill tNIt II IIKNSON When Horton huld lit had no trouble learning to rhlu u bicycle just got on and rode right uiT1 believed him Some people are too prosaically clever to ever half enjoy life anti Horton belongs to this ulass 1 do not When I became possessed of a brandnew bike 1 knew 1 vas going to have trouble and1 nerved myself therefor 1 wiw not mistaken 1 did hurt trouble Horton said he would come over and help me learn to ride Thats the trouble with clever people 1 knew how Hor ton would help me to learn t41111111 clever people adopt the same methods lie would lead the wheel out lute the Hinooth road with an air of supreme mastery steady It for me to mount and having enticed me to a scat on till treacherous machine deliver himself In this wise Now take good until of the handles no not too tight they wont got Away just grasp them lightly but tirm 1 IY now put both feet on the pedals nteady now dont III afraid noel keep your balance Then he tips the ma i chine over to an angle of 7A degrees gives me u start ami away I go Now IL bicycle Ithats well trained nod knows its mounted by a 1111111 who is Its master wouldI just as likely go at an angle of 7f degrees as any othtr tynyI know hcuaiiHc I have since taken pains to ex periment Nut so a green and stubborn wheel that conceives it to be Its duty to take tic conceit out of a novice Such i u machine must be ridden exactly up right both feet must sit exactly till Fame on the pedals the handle bars must Ix grasped just so and a thousand prraltl1t111114 IIIUIl III taken tint wtllllel cause that same wheel to teal insulted n month later Il its why my machine dont go Ithe way my clever Instructor Intel calcu lated Instead It makes one or tuo mix erable wobbles turns Into the only rough piece of road In the vicinity tdiakcs Itself uncomfortably a collide of times and thin smashes Into the ground with a force entirely unwar ranted by the degree of momentum It hits attained while comparatively up right Then my friend comes up with n look of pained surprise on his flirt as though Id been going through sill these maneuvers on Ipurpose to disregard his i justtvherlijet leally opposed to his directions 1ar tieiilarly he remarks that I must en I deavor to lull my equilibrium 1 thank hint perhaps facetiously because n vigorous full IIs nut calculated to h Im prove the temper null remark tint if lie bud only suggested tint before it would have saved all till trouble Then he gets offended and 1 huge to apolo jflc Then we try again This time 1 am tired lull disgusted MyI knowing instructor Is perfectlycoolI but much snore disgusted thou myself He Insists Mint I am shout the worst pupil ho bus ever RCCII Then hit dill covers that he has att engagement and must leave I thank him presumably for helping mo with the wheel really for going AH he dlsap cani from sight 1 take the wheel back to the house slam tho door on It vlelomdy mill seek a plnco where I can rest nod rcllect Mnybe I dill Horton nn injustice but tints about tin way I imagined tint he would help me to learn to ride I told him I didnt think IM lurt1 any trouble besides I had almost decided to make my first trial at night This moonlight rldo Idea of mine was tilt I lull thought of loug before I purchriRcd till wheel 1 love the moonlight To mo It seems most singularly fit that lovelorn youths tihould swenr by yon pale moon There In no truth in tuna She lies nho flutters and exaggerates Ami yet wo nil must love her for her falsehoods nro of klmlncsii She draws the veil of charity over our shortcomings The crude unsightly nooks uul crevleos the BUM truths mighty tdlyI delights to shot xhn pusses by or touches with soft romantic light that mukcn tho very things we most dlsllko by day at night fcccra bcuuttf ul There Is no stretch of natures handiwork so mean HO rough sold so devoid of chnrm but touched by this divine mngldtuB power mny bo7 jUuuiforiucd lute tftr land W t I til I take my wheel out Into the broad avenue that pusses the house Tho moonlight tdilmmcnt through the leaven of the tall Koplnrs that align the road A gentle breeze mnkeH the leaves rustle and dance lho toll trees quiver nnd sure fur the rubbing of the branches hurl the soft murmur of the winds all IK silent A sovereign feeling of Inde pendence possesses me The world 1ID sleeping1 I am alone with nature and the delights of night are mine 1 mount my wheel triumphantly and start down the vista that stretches before lilt MyI wheel skims like a bird over the smootht road 1 emerge from the treelined1I avenue to an open country where broadi grain fields stretch away limo the hazy distance The deceptive moon light lends to the waving grain the appearance of a vast lake MyI eye I hunk In the beauty of the sills and1 the fresh bracing atmoiphere tills me with a Ipeculiar intoxication I throw back Illyeuxl drink deep the airy nectar I fool as though I would like to scream sing anything to vent my exuberance Horton said I couldnt learn to ride nt night 1 d be everlastingly running into chuckholes and other obstacles mid if I didnt break my neck which didnt MI much matter I would probably CHUM theI bicycle Irreparable damage Thats till way with Horton Whenever I get any partlcularlyattract Ivc idea he always spoils ii with some of Ills practical suggestions Now i ills suggestions were not practical It wouldnt be 10 bud I dont a hit mind suggestions from friends when 1 can show them the utter folly of acting upon them bIt it is out so with Norton Whenever he milks n suggestion I have learned by experience that that particuI lar suggestion hind better be heeded I never forgive him fur spoiling my plans huh I tied it prudent to net on his ad vice no this time I sadly put shay my Idea of making my first tripon n wheel a nocturnal one I must face the ordeal In the cruelI veracity of sun light 1 never ciruld quite understand how every one In Ithe neighborhood found j oust that on lint particular tiny I was going to make my first attempt at con quering the unruly spirit of a soulless mechanism It was after nightfall when I brought the wheel home I thought till secret was stynth had ill things seemed propitious to a quiet contest be twen tin wheel had myself In which I should have won the laurels before Ithe neighlxirs were apprised that the battleI was on To further insure this result i had for several days studied the man ners of veteran riders especially when leading their wheels I Muttered my self I hadI this pretty near perfection As I led tIll wbevl out to the street I even stopped to examine a IIpnlIrll ically In precisely till manner I lad seen an expert do the day before It was in vain The audience was in wait lug The t41ettns I looked up and down the dint appalled me Kvcry door find window seemed to have Its occu pants Women waited pttlcntly on front porches Men lounged Inily over front gates I dont believe that there was a house within four blocks tint didnt have a mnji about it And then u horrors tlIItrtI1 seemed Infested with small Iniys The small Iboy knows instinctively at what particular tine and plies a man Is alMiut to make a foul of himself and he usually manages to be on hand to add zest to the per formance Ills comments on such oc casions lIEu not original witty or wise tint are woefully effective I believe I am a brave man 1 once voluntarily acted as judge of debate In a young ladles literary society and I stand ready fern 4ullielent inducement to be one of a committee on awards at n baby show Nevertheless this unto I was frightened Not at till wheel 1 hind an affectionate contempt for that aIvyhook lug skeleton of wood and steel but object to being stared at particu burly when I feel as If I am going to make an exhibition of myself stepunplsol lilt Iou styliI and stepped up Now I am certain that I had that wheel balanced ill right I had raised myself with ex traordinary cote ami If time wheel had been a steadygoing machine of II yen or BOS settler It would have been all right This wan a new whorl though hued HH chief characteristic was concen 1 trated villainy Thats why just as I got my toot will off the ground and wits putting my sole dependence on the step the thing lunged over 1 exacted to see the wheel broken to pieces hilt It wan not Injured It had a mission to perform yet and could tint afford to break until It hind accomplished it That un son was to preach to 1111 the doctrine of the total depravity of Inanimate things After picking up the wheel I looked around at my audience I hardly ex pected applause but thought I might reasonably look for mirth I Wilt even prepared to laugh heroically with them but not a smile was visible They All Kccmvd Interested but not amused They wcro reserving their merriment The next time 1 had better luck I succeeded in getting on thin sent This madeItmore Interesting for the specta tors because when the wheel lunged ran around In circle and then collapsed the Hit nation was n good dent more ridiculous As a source of amuse incut I saw it was going to bo n fiucccwa After this full thu Belt who lead been 1 lIIW lounging on the front lutes 4anntrrnt up to where 1 wan The small uoyB who had lnen viewing operations teen- n resjictful distance also drew luouid1 me I was at the floodtide of my mis crJI no longer regarded the bleyde as n KOiiIlens thing of steel nickel and wood It wns n treacherous told em phatically animateI monster to be 1n down at any cost I gnmpcd it savigily placed It roughlyI in position andi motnted It threw me but I tried1 again I had forgotten the audience The men advised Ithe boys jeered litthe women laughed I heard 1 lsfls hut IIIlIcl nut herd I was unit I was olng to do or die and several lines tit chances seemed greatly with the sec and alternative At last 1 11111 the wheel to go around A thrill of joy went through robe I Fist the landscape slip by I felt myself passing rapiiHy throughI spice The crowd which I had feared 1 now dis dained I was leaving them rill ehlid 1 rllI host until thlll tnnntrut I hllnlknown lift The hitherto existing ic latlon of space to time was rndlenlly al tered It was almost as though 1 new world had been opened to me nuidul among all my delightsI was victory On I Ispun user the tine country road at last I was master I ought to have noticed that gravelI bed Kxnltatlon is a lint thing In its place till Its place is trot astride a brand new wheel I picked myself up Phuf tulle ruined lust a matter of bent pedals had crimped handlebars I t 1- 1III I j good deal worse used up myself lint that didnt matter I had conquered II wheel and henceforth I knew I would be master of tint or any it her whorl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FEMININE BEAUTY After All II litnl llit Uimlltj Tim Urine llutlmmM Men are forever talking about pretty women OH if pivttincss were t IImlt thing that could make the sex endura ble AH their talk is tint confined to- age nice or condition it might be 4up posed to Ibe the voice of nature hough It is cully the voice of misunderstand lugr IIf men were only drawn to women by their prcttlnes ax they would put it Must of us would liar and die In celi rosy for gallantry aside feminine comeliness or loud looks are thI ex ception sot the rule AH the talk about pretty WIIIIIII Is meaningless rind a sham That men are drnun to u omen as women are In men is one of the first things that we learn frail within Old as time the fart Iis always fresh to every generation Hut that womans particular appearance constitutes any purl of the phenomenon isi absurd IIf she be null deformed or insane she IIs well enough and is ill nrhittr hI hnltntiltl0n wliutrvert it- 1pa1t soul nhy and Idlseri0ns tntloll to her the circumstance tint she iis fair or lurk short or tall Ihlanrplump blueeyed or black makes not li Chit of difference to us We lileor dislike her independently her looks We may think of these In the begin I ning butt if we incline to her w for get till about them and cannot them ire what we thought of them ut first A woman unless In her school day never prates of handsome men Vo more should we of pretty women whose pret tines never counts after easuil nc ipniintance is over It Is mere man and uomiin outside of accidents n ex ternality tint grows Into friends or lovers or companions for life 1uQ cir cumstances may direct all under na lures InvisibleI inscrutable guidance San Kranelsco Argonaut A COMICAL BLUNDER Siiiii4lnii lit Two Mm Tint Nnttirullr Led to CniKliliTiiMo Mimicry Spraggs went out to the dlafunol dumb asylum the other day to inspect the institution Ipon entering he en Countered man evidently an innate 1111111he at once endeavored to explain to the man by making signs upon his lin gets that he wanted to look thon the place The man also lillichSIHIIS ru11tpthnllihmelaborate signs which set the i nn n- svurk with great violence and for tIll next half hour they stood In the hall gesticulating anti twisting their linger without either being able to compre hend what the other meant says An swers Finally Spraggs became angry ami in an outburst of wrath cxchfmcd OIl get out you idiot Im tired ol bothering with you Thereupon the man said ThalI It just what 1 was going to say ilMtin you Oh you can speak ruin you Then why in the name of thunder didnt yr n say so Mild not keep me standing lien motioning to you I thought you were deaf and dumb And I thought you were sold the manI came hero to inspect the nsylniu said and I took pittietitTints whnt 1 came hire for and 1 thought you were an attendant said the man honkhnlls thisSpraggatougtlefirstIIChlcllgoChlou In the early years of the preseir Century there were in the world 33 tons of silver to ouc or gold 1- CHO CE l1MOCRACY5 Truth and htcrllnt Worth of Wlllluin J 1llrpnmVon come to us and tell MM that lie great cities are In favor of till gold btandrrd 1 tell you that till great ell and fer liebroadlobs rest ltillstprairies ISiirn down your cities tool lenve 11111 farms and your cities will d0t stroy our farms and t he grass will grow in the streets of every city In thli coun try MvI friends we shall declare that thlb nnt Ion Is able to legislate for Its Ott II people on evciy omlion without wailing fur the hid or consent of ray other nation on earth This is strong true democratic due trine When till democratic nominee for the presidency William Jennings IJryan uttered these words on the loot of the conveitlon hull In Chicago lie spoke not oni for the great majority of th 11c1II1I1IU Ill party but also for the relit majority of till plain people of IhllOItl 1111 true that somcyctrs iio these iitleranccs would hove been distasteful to the people who nowadvo rule them hut this 1IIIoIlIclIllull acoun try of progress With the growth ur- our great communities in the north east south and west hae arisen new conditions and these coriltlons nnkc new IHMICS problems of which our mefathers knew nothing rise to de iiiuiHl our solution today In the vanguard of the leaders of the progress of Itills great republic arc tilt young men t f the west And in all that broad nod fertile section no bet tcr democrat nay be found than our candidate for th highest oilier with In till gift of any people The great in ss of our republic has made that otllce tin rfrc ntest In the world The great nchs of our rpubllc hns been mode h- suh havt 1114 11Illiantlrnniags Itrytn He is the youngest IIlIill III llom THE O P n Klopluiut Inated for the flier He Is a typical American citizen He represents the new era lit the political history of this country Ills personal character is high ibove the reach of slander or reproach In his oun state of Nebraska he IM admired and respected by men of nil shades of political opinion He is a man of liberal education sympathies and intel ligence mid hiss a will of iron On e convinced of the of Ills cause nothing eau stop or stay him In his fearless tight 1111Iii desired end Democracy has ever stood rill i lie ex uaIJotliTheis tilt choice of the majority mid should therefore receive the hearty support f every regardlesso petty conditions without considerate of any sectional issue Whatever dilYcrcnciw may have di vided the democratic party before the public expression of its will in open convention should 1111lhuav t- oIhinv It IN 1111 III rrplsntrQstio toitsre ceive the vote of every young stain In the country TammanyTimes PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Thomas ItracKctt appalntlynjoIngI and introspection in till woods Chica go Chronicle S14eehthirhmort hllltouHlIlRIIf every tuna votes for MeKinlev rinse wirtfcH were rlllltlIllIrhlJl the existence of the 11111veryonttilnaetagsCarryanlnnuffleturlrgxtttts thlnlHrcltmoerntIc InthentrsooniytoplntCmmlllnnowfnornbllhonatsillhendmnllltrntionthepeople RETRIBUTION IN s tORt Tho 3lsr3trans lilt iucRlntet It would IK n singular nnd some fcnse n retributive OltcotM prescKI contest should the revolt or western mining states front the and of McKinleylsm decide thud adversely to Mr McKlnhy ConulL lion of republican party expcdS for till most part having to doirf the maintenance of the systeinoJU protect lUlliIsut has more weight f Miy consltKratlon of fitness fort unlsyCetndaWyomingI Itah Washington and two Dakotns Some of them i 5ncc grown to proportions suchu make them credible aeeejwlons ton roll of states some art growing aI till in tiiiK deserve Mutthood on tL ladollugt statchiMxl lo tiny than ever bbfi one of the lot was nlruiiUd orijfhilk thetolttii JlubllrtttoIIIMMitile IIIlmlttllJtobtI atIIIIrv tines of the electoril 0nllrgennd tfe constitutional 4trnl if repnvspnliu obtaining in Ithe Iliit d States IMI llonttq11oniagI may as well be conceded to Mr Urni jo start with In the other two Mbfe ington and South Dakota the eonfoj I more doubtful hull witli the chain ar better of his carrying all the alt tates than of McKlnhys carrylngi tiiiril of them InI Ithe aggregate these nine bill control Si electoral votes n iiumVi MUtlicient If unitedly transfcrrtd b EVOLUTION OF G 1 From I to llood Suedcrii broad righteousness trucdcmoerat die defeated candidate to hsiveehaiip tin result of any recent prcsltlentiil contest except that of 1SL Allan At 1811I HOBART AND HIS TRUSTS Tim IN iilillriiii iiiiilhlittK for Vice PIIt llllllt U It MOHOM II I According to tin nlt4uhnu1s tl- tMrt HobuMs leading local orgiifH coal Kymllcatc has started outotUtf ular system of advances and wcdrtl have another UVeent increase in 87 tember with another of tilt UfI- I111111 lit byJnuuwInnliugatludrslK- of bl a ton within six months As pool arbitrator for roads piijPFJ In the tout syndicate Mr Ilubetrt hub lull opportunities to infona lilnwj intimately concerning the operation the regular system tiroinh nble these iinnatnrai prollts flit exlolJj When he takes the Held lie wlllliotj able to find a topic in which the JIUW Iis more interested nor will lie flndWjj other WIIIII which Neon 014 hula v3hY greater service than by cnavlnriiff public Itliut Isis own conncctioa wj trusts JlIIIIIII and monopolHS hM yj rendered him unlit for tilt vice pt drug And when he does tusks the ntutl i MrI Ilobart ought t4 tell ashooniWP slide to what extent he thinks the tw lrll41 law should be enforced tgsitl all who violate It more cspCCW againsti those who out of M1 Jnlltflll of titI violation contribute to bsctl lingo fund N V World Candidate lllilliot lonf declared that our foreign trlule la precipitately cut tiff by adtrsrJt6li 91litI plus agricultural nnd maiiufucl f products Nut that the npMjVJ exports null Imports for the fuUn year have appeared we hut ralOP trinity to set how our foreign WJZ been so precipitately cut off Jft tireless a man may be will be sCta ctmiparliig the clII tdi1otes stmt- title thtMinicliil rtiMirt thutt out e for the year just closed exeectldH rf every year excrpt oncuiulertW Kinley thrill while the lnporUV C1414 by 7500001 than the Unnnahs igc of the four McKinley tnrlll Jp until loss by nearly 60000000 thfA nveragp for the first three ytHofII that tnlIIT11I11ton Gloue S I P7 l HE FARMING WORLD COOLERHANDY MILK r jngrtil 1i Dulryiiiiin fun nuttyyen lluUii Ono at llomr- UjS essential t hut mllh men cool their Ilk before It lutists the firm and if be aircooled It will Keep longer nol bettor nine A cooler of home io n iamfneture Kir01 Is II woodenl frame xorlvin feet in height TheM pirnte Ides JIg luny lit nJuu e f flu 1 cVpumss of htructnre will not nflVcJ 1 ehecstunncll cloth Ktrdner of fanny thicknesses IK kunir rests In the aperture aVlhe top a bell t If its of wood fur milted on hire Inner sides tf h I111111 j in Fig of tiny frame to hold the taunt which elfars the floor several inches or even a foot ncemdliiR to the height of tIn frame Thus the milk IN givenl a full of WorMirte feet The fourth side f is rt open to admit the taut whieli has L flaring rim or a doithle stripof tin rlretell around UK upper cdjruj to cateh L the cleats Tin mills may lie drawn r ItQMtt1t111 Iltt1C COOIKU tS by moans of a faneet or it may lit1 lipped from tin will lltf tl into the ans Movable steps Fig i 1I1IIIIdc or an extra high frame and an sniil xiyean pour milk into the Mniincrcov ml funnel mill dip it into cans wliei liking is oxer Stand it out of recel ift flying ehaf nod odors Set tit mill a a kjirihir rather thou on ielH tor lights niilli till night the monim in hour or more as convenient 1- prilgsluIttrrd frunl ihtsitu byi rntlr board house or only shaded by tpes iIs bttter than tiny iee house Sink s tub it box into the spring or running bean or scoop it wider and wall itt ground with stone not too deep for tin tans to rest Iiirmly on the fonndalionI f tone 1lhrrt a spring is not nuiiluhh rewnlr is a substitute Jee carried in he 111111 eirt wedded belveen cans helps ward off eomplaints of suit mill Fin covers or stoppers Fig 7 with fhlmnevs having perforated sldta art indispensable Itinse h liolh lIIIIIIIIIIuwr lth lime water strained after nsh ng IL I TrotI in Orange Judd Farmer DAIRY SUGGESTIONS One of the principal Pauses of butter worniiitf ram id in tit buttermilk eon slued in it- Everyone Hint b11ya milk fur family to ought to fret dill I whieh eontnins our per imi of fut lift mueli of the lilkililivTivdi t i eustomers only shows tentSj comes too hard for work fffnnd vjiltinir because of the low tm rature itt tit hith it vas entirned you in rashand iiickly remedy it by annhltlr xviiiiinif water One rf tit inputtaut iVms in mak cilr uu 11111 profitable is to weed M nil Lain iiUalih imrtM The average rnir t uunr itlord to Tool with tmvs hunt dIII1l have at leimt some desirable luality Io lOt MOO fettling the dairy rote us- oon us h1I1ot ell Oln her enough Ottl ftjiid tn stcadiv maimain a fair I I nilheIIIfain If I Le is allowed to irt thin in lfh It will cost Miniet hint lulllillg her II upiin M hut one or two rows art milked ItI t not inconvenient to ford tfrain at IIJIjll itIs trryroublc5uloO pnlatnultrai IlkrII1I Hit ways of breaking To buy Just the Lows you wimt is too X IINhllllItI hurl lo accomplish Net Itotuttheheyou can fur a blolnledUtterttt to years old and lu will serre our yoursahnans FI1rNOR Cotrslfiheatorment cow and iiiakit her restlesK at milk t tlnic do nut vent epithets arfaintt annoyed animal nor punch her viIIl yardItublea spongy dipped Into an effusion of y or wormwood In water or tcned with kerosene oil and ruh- rr the eowa legs She will evince gratitude In nn unmlHtnkiiblo way S gulncrrmp1levlli F GRAPE CULTIVATION How to Caro for the Vlnc So M to Se cure n Iulr 1rollt YorkformersofLkeYhvsubjestvinodualI nn overgrowth of cane by furnlsfdng too mneh nitrogen in the form of tabltrl manure but with Hiiflictciit potnub and phosphcrle acid to hnrdeu the cane and perfect the hULl AKsuming that you ure I I Ia1ucit 11110t1 I UtIUIgripes upon these urms I Why lure we changed nil 11 what has been the result We observed tint I mach the larger proportion ma Iltu hit grapes woie grown upon tho upperI I glIIJllSINow in 11111111tcam width ioustitutcd the arm upon oath wide of tit main vine a grouter I number of buds which distributed the i nett grottii over more surface pre venting the ouivtowding fruit upon till vine We leave upon two arms lE lo HltlllisI rich The summer pruning consists in re moving after Ithe fruit Iis set the eling ers and seconds timl afterwards the lilt erais and clipping off the fruit benrlag shoot nr tthe hid or fourth leaf beyond till fruit excepting one grod cane near est the head of the vine whieh is leftfor the fruit brut hug ranc for the next year We List remoe the poor clusters and never have over three clustcrx upon u shout aid usually two and on MIIIIU onJv one there 111111111 renltiu ltpon tit ilw from t lo III or more lusters and L think it will ploy to remove still more no1 hiiNiiigoer Ill clusters to Hie vine thoscloolustsrsIcven I pounds to the sine will sell for more money than the 10 clusters eighingS pounds and less expensive in market hug I urn after ipiality in place of I 11111111I ors indications of high quality I I IIIIIIndicative of ils mnility Had you ind 1111 hit bloom mott perfectly developei upon tlir InivcHt and llncst elusters up on Ithis vine ly this nihod of pruning rte h clus ten IniiigH in a natural position upon Ithe vine independent of each cither are mine compact in their structure and IlIttel tlttluptdInihtirgrowtii- II hclicxc there art other advantages that indircely aid in perfecting the fruit These tit the free circulation of tit nit under lice vines and fruit the 1uIlodmloitI growths also till case with which Ithe vines may be prayed titrapidity with whieh the fruit may be gathered and the ease with whieh the surplus of growth may lie t moved in the winter pruning FOR DRYING FRUIT Icrrrptlu of 11111111111111 1ay of ClIr lux triiii Trull Suit dritd fruit has a llavor that can IIlIt be approached by the evaporated sulphurbleat lied article Hesiins sun drying is the must economicalI plan for cuVing green fruit where but small tpunititlrs rot 1IIIIIIIIelllllllllllll Frult expOsed to the HUH and air should how ever be protected from the II los A convenient plan is shown in the cut Two frame of inchbytwoinch stiill of cipialI sin are revered withI wire mosquito net ring On tint the fruit Iin l treniysuit thinlywhile tho lIsl11IIofI strikes crosspieces nnilcd Ito the tops 1bo air thus circulates up through the fruit while lilts and other Insects hive no chance to soil it Two strips eiii he nailed aciws the bottom to support the weight upon It if needed Ameri can Gardening New Mliturp for Klllliui Mcr The Arkansas station huts discov ered a new mixture to kill lice on fowls rind other animal They call It keno sene extract of pyrethrum One and kerosene lire soakeda half gallons IIi ruugll2tg pounds of pyrethrum Per sian insect powder forming n yellow low oily extract Dissolve one pound of soap In one gallon of till extract nod churn till thoroughly emulsified When using mix out pint of thlsemulslon with four pints of water This mixture com bines Ithe properties keroseiHMind Ipy rethrum ami in said to be cheaper lull more convenient than either r is a splendid spray for either sucking or biting hUllg on plants or trees With good inamigennMit n butter farm should grow richer and richer A ton of butter removes only olwiif 50 gent worth of fcrUlizln element THE WELSH LANGUAGE Antiquity of the lliiruturo of tho Karlj llrploim One ISretoii Investigator Ims nfllrmcd that Welsh was the language of the Tl tans ttIi lieanother huts explicitly stated that it wits the mother tongue of Sat urn Jupiter and the other principal gods of heathen antiquity Upon HC ohnctire a point we may perhaps l e nl lowed to retain our doubts nor are wi called upon to bow with absolute def erence to the conclusion arrived at bj a more modern Cymric scholar that the Mhcmc of DautcB Dlvimi rommediii is line to Celtic sourecK No one how iver would dream of contesting that to tho Cyinrii branch of the Celtic rout we owe tin origin of the Arthurlni legend We do not know whether It will bi one of the duties of the Welsh tinker ity to endeavor to revive tho rent un adulterated Celtic literary traditions and to purge and purify them from tilt accretions due to foreign Jnlluence V1 should be disposed to say tint Celtic scholarship will be more beneficially rued more suooessfnlly employed in eel lid ting the Indications of the inllnenct exercised by the Celtic spirit over tin Ktifjrlisli language English romance ami 1 Ingllsh ways of thought during the very period when It was supposed tc have been repressed if nut wholly de stroyed Criticism too will have abun dant work on its hands In seeking to separate the authentic from the spuri ous In the alleged writings of tie cur lier Welsh bards In the liist year of the century there was published the Myvyrlnn Arch aeology of Wales a collect ion of tin lutist celtbtutOtI uurks in ITLIsh Iltern tu re fruit A iII Soo to A In ttoo tmdii Hie editorshipI of MrIoucsMr Kdwanl Williams known locally ilK ldvu1 llor Glamorgan and Dr Owen Pugh HIM though 77 poems are there ascribed ti Talicsin Mr Stephens considers that 6t of them aredemoustralily spuriousand thus only 1 It of them are probably gen uine that Is to soy Inlong to the gt to which theyloo attributed Kow scholars however would be prepared lo challenge the assertion of Kennn that Hie sixth century was till gulden ngeot Cymric literature though Its first epocu is usually taken from still remoter times and to extend to tins date of the Norman tonqucst lint it Iis nut 1111 the second period that we come across the chronicle of Cnrudoc a somewhat dry record recall lug in its general scheme the more fir mutts AngloSaxon chronicle To the same period belongs the chronicle of dcolTrcy of Mmmonth lint as Ithough n Welshman by birth the bishop of HI Acnph elected to write in Latin we pre sumo Hint huh labors however interest lug and important would not be claimed by true Welshmen as a port ion of Celtic literature London Standard ITALIAN SHEPHERDS Tluv Lead olllnry llvnn In tlin lourlyI- litlllH As to their moral and intellectual cliaracteristlun these vary not only ac cording to their native listrietlbutals aeeordfiij tothelr social station He tween Hie prosperous sheplierds front the mountains of Pistoja imbued with the proverliial courtesy of the Tuscan peaking Hie purest Italian acme in telliKenta Visit story teller amioften an extempore poeticr down to Itits wretchedly purr brutalied pennant from the Kiiuagnaelad from head to foot in filthy sheepskins and who with dilllculty keeps hotly and stud togcthr I IIi Ithe proceeds of his small Rosh of halfslnrved sheep whose only pasture IK on thr pnlhwayst and by ways or fur tively cropped from forbidden grnmd IlltII1I 111 HIIIIilxlll IIIIH tie J11It111 tioiiM are nunbcrlcHs but notwith standing certain traits of character arc common to all Common to all is the life they lest solitary and wandering now on the lonely heights of the Awnnlnes now on the still lonelier plains of the Mnrcmma They art hardly ever seen even In the larger vil lages and it IIN only from some lofty hilltop thit they have a distant glimpse of tit towns those modern I11111101111I in which they gae with mixed fcclliigH of curiosity awl aversion AlwaysI alone they necessarily 1 In come taciturn nail Itherefor medita tive their life out of doors without manual labor or fixed application lends them to apply their minds to study the phenomena of nature tit hnhiU of an imals tit properties of plants or till courses of till stars Ihl necessities of their nomadic existences teach them to apply this knowledge and they become terrible poachers clever veterinarians tanners herbalists basket makers stocking knitters sometimes excellent joiners laid Rhocmahcrs- ItellgloiiH by tradition they nrp nbo superstitious sometimes brutal and j insinuate they are fearless null bold among the risks to which tiiey nit ac customed but timid and hcidtiiting when they leave their solitudeu ready victims to nnj swindler though HUH pIcioiiK like must savages Good Words llnr Tough Jon Oh wo hill the loveliest arrange uent at our church baxar lust welt J 5 very woman contributed to tho tubs ionary cause lie shillings which tike timed herself bj hard work- flow did you get yours 1 From my husband MI shouldnt call thatearning ityour lell by hurl work 4 you dont know ml1utbaDdDot- oll antlerti THE GRiAT NURSERIES Lonlilnnn Slo iock ort IltL Vliltctt by GOY Column KxSecy Airl and the Hurt Kit JndBO snider Oh how Inalgnhk ant nth niv fifty years or nursery business seems till combined vheu compared with tuts stupendous cs talillMnnouU where they count by inllllons aldJiuIco Miller thut veteran horticultur ist as tic In company with the writer were being driven to the various dopurlnicats of tills vast nursery In an exporeuco of over forty years we do not roniamuoi to have nosed through an csttibllsluucnt where so liirgo n number of humus wero employed whoso duties wcro no thoroughly systcnixed ami whom bust ncse ctipiulty of u Inglmr order was maul tested It Is not la the still of every firm that ono thltts nudities escntul to the growth of the dtIIetemt ktiiils of Nursery stock houeo it hits dovolvcd upon thcso RtniUometi who wore born to the N nrsorv ttislncss to select Intuit umoai till hills aril valleys of the two Pikes such lportions as tiro mlnpted to their purposes bit la this very fact of selection of toll WO lO their exccoulng euro for the future success of their stock Missouri amil Illinois have no moro worthy Institutions thou tho Htiiru Nurseries ami surely no hotter or moiv roprcscntullvo men than the iniipriutors Too business IU crowing on their hiniils as It deserves to grow Thev have a system of 40000 acres of com merciidl test oivlmiils located la graft fruit growing rcBlons the canvassing fooo lit hclllr Inereased- StPJI Hue oullltH ivady Stark Nurseries al ways Intro n om for molt acilvo workers berths they have millions of Stark trees to sell Columns Rural World HTHASOKII Is them a law In this town aiHilnsl fclllni liiior on Sunday I Old UosUlent Yes but dont let tint worry buyingILIlulf ltntr tu OiniOm Via Tho NortliWcstorn Line Clileaco k NorlhWostovn Uv August 1R 1tl and 17 1SIMJ ono faiv for the round trip On August a excursion tickets at verv low rules will also lie sold from Omaha to Ucnvoraml the rations Hot HprltiKs of South UaUnta For hilt Infortuatlon apply to ticket npents of coiineeHnir lines or mldross W KsisKimNtlP fcTA ChleiikOUl 7 STOPPED HEART BURN YUCATAN lad WHny bahtta nred Bony net PItEk IIr n flNoolly Atlanta 1a- ii tM Os r ii Gladness Comes With a better understanding of tho nature of the many phys 1 propcreltortsglnl1o rightly directed There Is comfort In the knowledge that no many forms of sickness arc not duo to any actual dis ease but simply to n conatlpatedeondi p tion of tho system which the pleasant FII8lroml1llyremedy with mHlonnof fannies and in everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its beneficial effects arc duo to tho fact that it Is tho ono remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it nets It is therefore all important in order to got Us bono tidal effects to noto when you pur chase that you have the genuine article which is manufactured by the Call forma Fig Syrup Co only and Bold by tall reputable druggists If In tho unjoymont of good health and tho system is regular laxatives or other remedied are then not needed If afllletcd with nay actual disease ono may bo commended to tho most skillful physicians but if in traced of n laxative ono should havo tho best anti with tho well lnfortned everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest 1111111is most largely used and gives mostuonoral satisfaction E Dont bearthe burden of the washboard any longer lHasnt it caused enough dam age and trouble and weariness Do you realize the amount of wear and tear that it brings to your clothes in a single year Get Pcarlinc get rid of the washboard and that eternal rubbing Be a free woman You ought to see for yourself that Pearl rwashingsoakring boiling rinsing iir better for f the clothes and better for you BIB i BIG AND G- OODBaiilAx PLUGSometimes quality is sacrificed in the moneyNoBut once in a while it isnt For instance theres BATTLE AX The piece is bigger than you ever saw before for 5 cents And the quality is as goodTheres I It is just a plain fact You can prove it by investing 5 cents In BATTLE AX OPIUM GOLD OK NIIVXK I WHICH I plaeyoaIlatrarahaptlrofl InAUOleurJYAK5wtr right U It It VJo ehool eta 8 ats bUilt fur bonaJUi tlln for IllraWrr Hl fon addrfiienpt of Land IDAHO VJR17IT CO Jtr 4 r n WTjr nwtVyjy it Mw VwtwrrndiI wwd A N CEo 1 tesIwHiTfWIT1KtR To A11VZZT11Jt1- p1Oa MaCe Ibrt 7 MM JN1 dV IMrest U UM pall r oJ t roJ 5- r ooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI I LATE STATE IfEWSS i 000000 ttutedt Diphtheria is raging in and around Frankfort to in alarming extent At Louisa Frank Kelley was fined 400 for shooting in a heat of passion GOT Bradley will call an extra JeMlon of the legislature about the 15th of No tenter The Bluegrass Blade Charley Moore celebrated paper has opened up again In LexingtonThe printing outfit of the Estill Eagle was sold moat week at commission era ute for froIAn unjuccciful attempt was madeI recently to burn the Ohio county courthouse at Hartford Mrs Sally Owens aged 75 a widow was found dead in her garden at Burton ville Mason county She lived alone For offering an Italian fruit vender in Louisville 10 cents for two bushels ofI peaches H Miller wait dangerously hurt Safe blowers gut in their work at Mid way one night last week Three safes were cracked and less than 00 secured f Five boys whose ngcs range tram 7 to 11 years were III hours each in the town lockup at Icwisburg for stealing water melons Typhoid fever iiI prevalent in Fort Spring and South Elkhorn district 1 1near Versailles where over a scon of cases nee reported Dr Iv M SeR warden of the pcniten tiury at Frankfurt died on August 21I Ills reronliw were taken to Ills former holm1 in Adair county for interment A Itwlee with the eupbouloE name of ColdbugUaa been established in Whit Ivy aunty It will jnwe ontof exUtencv or change its name after November t- Miw Margaret Inglw a Paris girlwill take the stump for Bryan Anse ingle ii all actm having played the part ofI Madfe iin the play of In Old KentuckyI llrs IluUaabeth McCariwy aged HI died IMntl week lid husband John HcCamty died six years ago to the lay Mr Md tuin atM ut his wifca IaA flag fyti lnfty fret high was raliii llasaweelt in Hurro Murg by the i HrvaorWall club At the jollification I n few dada fetter a flag 2 t by an feet was dung to the bfctxc A cruel fry U on in Lexington and Ub 1 bot coal em now be had fur CJ awl T Seats delivered Leaingtouian are pt I ing advantage of these price and ltiItIc in their winter supply Ay extender of time has been net in which to 8lo the transcript iin ikeC Walling ease mi account of the abuses 1 of 1 fudge Helm who IU visiting ttftoi where IN Ute northern lakesI 1 Warrants Were sworn out and nlM prominent men of llrvathitt county ar rested and board over in the wm of 3attt ouch to appear nt the next circuit court on the charge of whitfcapping Adrian Jortlfttttfcn old hllf of Iewi county dyed recently from the effects oft a ruttlwnaVv Bite 11 U prejudice against whisky watt so great that ha would not drink tL even to save Via life Fifteen tramps took pooitfeion of a 0 0 train Potter taut1 d Htito the ef l IIUartollII i tho officers theywere arrested and lock ed I upAlbert Williams colored who WM locked up in the Lexington jail on the chnrgu of wife beating tho other night wanted froth air lie cut his way thro a brick wall and crawled sax quaver through a sewor and made hit escape I At n nogro dance near Lebanon H few nights ago ono of the dancers acciden t tally stopped on the drew of one of the women ller partner would not accept any apologias tendered Mild in the n okua following three negroes were killed The immlorer oecapcd An excursion to convicts is of rare oc currence but such was recently tho ease in Kentucky when 120 convicts from tho Frankfurt pen were taken to Kddyvillc and exchanged for tho sate number at the latter place and brought blOklho trip was made by boat rAXTKnSBVEllALPAlTlim JHJX JIItn1 Po 1tlI t roooooooooooooooocoooo I OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCCCCOOCG Milton Hughes A Co ucce ors to I IA T Stewart the millionaire dry goods merchant of New York have failed At a fusilade and massacre at Con tanttnople where hundreds were slain the police stood idly by and looked ou An 18 year old farmer her of Indiana was married to a 15 year old girl last week The boy had been once married and divorced I The town of Ontonagon Mich was totally destroyed by fire caused by furII eat fires surrounding it and hundreds of people made homeless Li Hung Chang the Chinese ambasta dor has landed on American shore audI salutes were fired as he passed up I I i bay into New York harborII Mrs Hetty Green the woman million aire has donated a lot valued at 25000 in Chicago on which to erect a borne for actresses to cost 100000 I The dryhousc of the Miami powder works near Xenift Obin let go the other day with thirty tons of powder and the shock was felt for fifty miles The statue of Liberty which stoxl at the head of the basin in Jackson Pukii during the Worlds fair has been burned by order of the park commj ionersII Harry Hill who for many years occu piety a prominent position among the sporting fraternity of the country diedI at Corona L I recently of malaria Ex Judge Arthur Mncnrthurof Wash ington D C who presided at the trial of CJiiiteuii the t in of Gen Garfield died recently at the advanced age of SI VOllrII I the home of Will Hays gave him a evero whipping and then applied a mat of tar and feathers A reward Is offered for 1 the oflender Near Hramkn Tean John T 0II son a commercial traveler from Chicago was waylaid and killed It was evidently A cue of mistaken indonlity as Thom son was unknown in thoe parts Xeigbliore broke Into UM house of CII W Green at Kansas City Mo andI found that Mrt tilteD had kilted her DtIntiaI J the reacon Three fillibuttrring expedition from Key West Fla hart succeeded in IdIlog ilk men r i IIl stands of arm 3000I J 0110 rounds of cartridge cannon aooo poun U of dynamite and plenty of audlcineat Cuba within the past 12 J 7d i notoHovt ctiintcrfeiler imprisoned lit the Colosnbo 0 pen has offered to 3 disclose UM hiding place of 100000 of counterfeits and the location of nII counterfeit plant if the government will discharge the secret service agent who brought about his arrest I At 1laatine Ark in a political de bale lorry SolliTan 1opuliM candidate 1 anUtcI Oongretmnan Denaranre Tem eras a liar An altercation ensued in 1 wblcb a number of lop Wok a hand and Den more received injuries which will lay him npI for onie time I The old saying of A Bull in a China bop was never more forcibly illustrated than in Cincinnati one day lat week I when a bull calf broke from a herd whichryas being driven through the i street ran into an art store and broke i pwartls of 60 worth uf decorated china I MM John Moeller living wear All liony Pa had occasion to go to a nelhII bort house ou an errand Returning inn few minutes he found her 13montnj j old eon head first in a bucket half ailedII with water which was setting on the floor All et1 its to resuscitate the child ralMdII Joint Debates David flanks situl John H Hoblw have greed to submit their views why either of them should be nominated to the of lice of Jailor of Wolfe county by holding R series of public meetings each oncyirII- IIlag his reamus why he should be the candldtto The following places anti dales have been agreed upon Campion Monday September 7 Holly tlncsrlayl September IStillwater ThunMlay September 10 Roil River Friday Septomber 11 Hazol Green Saturday September 12 Clifty Monday September H Torrent Tuesday September 15 Speaking will begin promptly at 1 uclock All the candidates for the var sour otticcd are nniuestwl and expected1 to bo present on these occasions to take part so that thepeoples may havo an ojv ortunUyfoniccIiliiig for themselves M- to the capability of the various Saudii dates ana Cat tbelrFlalliteaicordiriglq I NervesIArt tnJ System of the hunan body I Nerves extend from the brain to every part of tke body and reach every organ I Nerves are like flregooJ servant but hard muter Nerves are fed by the bloot md Me thHHore like It In character Nerves will te weak and exhausted U thelt blood is thin pale and Impure Nerve will surely be strong and steady U rigorousI i Nervy do their work naturally and well the brain Is unclouded there are no neuralgic pains appetite and digestion I are good when you t- akeHoods i Sarsaparilla t Tbe One True Blood Purifier All druggists It oolr by a I Hood A Co Lnwrlt Mari Irrean4 be t fAtnHyeithartl Moods PillthlI liver stimulant He Wilts Information EDITOR HEHAID Will some intelligent Republican harmonize tiff following and make it so wean understand ItI It is claimed that Itree silver will only benefit the mine owner givir1 him one dollar for fifty cents worth of silver then in the same breath they cry it will make a fiftycent dollar If where does the fifty tents profit come from and how Iis such imMole If the twine owner gets a one hundred cent dollar wont it be worth the ump to the j eople It i claimed that silver will drive gild of circulation and again that caps lout t+ will mAtt hold contracts cselu lively Would not that then retain gold in circulation is not gold nlrlllly being drawn out of circulation on il count of it bullion value beinsr nvin than its coin value 1Doe it not tIn1l to reason that no one will have III1 coined when they can sell it for IIMP without the government stamp on it The JUr publican claim that bih tvfmakes high wages and better tim II- i challenge any man to show me a MH protected manufacturer why voluntani idvantyd wages during th reign elf th McKinley tarid It won not done Iui t tlullt wages were cut dtwa un nil eii CSj a rike and lockout prevailedI Weii tkO a ever fo many trike known in du IIItle time high tarilTf in force The Itcttblrnas say tin lH mo rat ire responsible for the present hard tinit Let IM look nt a few fasts nJJtt who iw to blame In 13W the surplus revenue was over JOOOOOOO This was the year before the real McKinley eongrr r gave us their great protective tariff The next year the surplus dropped to t17 200044 in l82 to lleN than tlO0 NiiMj 1- rIn 1894 the McKinley tariff still Wing in force the surplus of VOOWO hadI hanged to a deficit of about 7tVNV Under McKinleyUm and before the election of 18U3 80 00lW of gold hid Mea cleared out of the treasury reserve lefore Harriaon left the white house Iris secretary of the treasury had made every preparation for the sale of bonds to it tore the reserve and hail communicated with the incoming Democratic admini ration on the subject Ko one can hon Mtly deny that Republican laws and publican management caused the pan is of 1S93 from which we have nut yet recovered Will some one tell me how a gold dol tar wilt buy two silver dollars How the mine owner will get one dollar for fifty Seats worth of silver and that dol ar be worth only fifty cents to the rAr1 mer or laborer How one of these dol Ian paid for a bushelof1 wheat to a farII ner will not buy au much coffee or sugar as a gold dollar How everything else j I can advance and labor not advance iViil merchants mark their goods worth i fifty cents in gold or one hundred cents in silver They certainly will not I The New York World a gold standard paper has tho following to say The I production of gold is steadily increasing I ndiItI which is greater than the productiou there isi good grounds for the argument that the parity between the two metals i nt a ratio of 16 to I would in a few I favorable1esilver When the powerful inlliionco of the Clp1tnI worldIis into the balance in for of liver by giving it free coinage at the oftgbe accelerated and the parity will 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