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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rt- Y HE HAZEL GREEN HERAL 31 w Established March uoT41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Hla Continent by MaX ORell 1 SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor Of a Nell r World With New Prom All Muttons LumbrlBt at HIr Bark RI A YEAR Always In Advance ii TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1890 NUMBER 24 Constipation I 1 Causes fully halt the sickness IIn the world It 1rttaln5 the digested food too long In the bowels biliousness torpid liver I- ndloods I SHod bad taste coatedgestlon r Itoncuc sick headache In i aroma etc Hoods Pills HIP Mn nation and all Its PI J results casllyaml thoroughly ssc All druggIt l prepared by C I Hood Co lowell Mas jllbe only Pills to take with Hoods Sarsapirllla Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Tablo in Effect April 11808 WEST BOUND I NIIl STITiONSi i Xol Daily ex Dallv Sunday j Lexington 10100 inn 1 3ii JIIIIII Avon t 1111111 31 Sri pm Winchester U 10 am- Falrllc rpm 8 51 nut 1 00 JIIIIII Indian Fids s 57 am 110 pin Clay Citys In nm 11 10 am Stanton s 10 am 11 JO am 111111lJulldlt i Torrent j 2II nm- BeattyVe itI Ii 11111I1 L 7 1i3 nut S 25 am ThrcclksU Ii VI am- Athol 8 00 am rii 1I mn- Elkatiui 7 IS am ii UN 11111 tJ10 HIII t JlvSl tM ill Jtlll r in am KAS1J HOUN ItIsSTTIII1 tlet 0 IltllfJ 3OMet ANn 17 pint 7 08 ate urnlladles I j tryII ly i a 1 plIll IiI 4i amj- Fr I 1 1 II pili 1 11 t I 1 pin 12 41 ImlIIDUlldI li I 2 jimj 1 Li I pmTrt a Beu c r IId 11111 S 05 pm pwJA1 i I of r MC Ii li pui 8 95 ImlIas ii to11 pin 5 SO jjm N nll i J t rrlve and depart front G+ I tri p t it Lexington Allbb t iUIit IIT e mill irli irt from JII IIYIVSTON in Yin 1ivs Slid ten Man cl11 rivrr c ariic Acttit THIS WAT H Isgllitllttt d sally as our I 1 O WATCHE nndk THE PRIDEisI 250 This i i rnpfpsontrdtore solid nickel silver case stem duplee3alellltllt Send in your ordors or call and see us whon you como to Lexington Fred J Heintz Manufacturing Jeweler Government Building Lexington FOR THE PEOPLE Pertinent Questions and Timel Answers The Meaning of SixtooutoOneOrigia ofI Ratio The Trade Dollar USESriwill1I be thick with arguments for told against free silver The following definitionsI anti explanation of current terms in the controversy arc given for the benefit of thoso looking fur information Hullion OoMllor silver in liars or in gots ullcoinedII Kinds of money in use Hold coins of 20 S10G cold sjsilverI coilsl1 00 cents L5 cents 10 cents nickel 0 ccntIcopper cents United States notes greenback treasury notes Unitedi 1 I States gold certificates issued upon do1 I posit of gold silver certificates issues1 I upon deposit of silver dillars United States currency certificates issued onii deposit of United States notes to nn bona banks only iissue now suspended national bank notes issued by national banks Subsidary coins Silver of W cents 25 11linorI 1 ts 1 MoneyI of the couslituLonTltc con gives congress power lito solo and regulate the value thereof I and of foreign coins and forbids thej1j to coin money or make nnytliing but RU1 and silver a tender in the 1 l meat of debts III II- R JjU of 1G to Ito the proportion of 1G grainy of silver to one of olflor I rc precii ly to lVJS to one ibat Isi j i silver dollar contains 3712fcgraiu f1fI pure itil ver gad u gull duller t grains I pure gold their being Ifi grains in theS1 to one in the latter I Origin of the ratio Fixed bY law in l 112 15 to 1 itpresenting the relativeII Icommetrial value of metal changed totlI 15002 to 1 in 1843 and to prevent ratiov isar Grains in a geld lollar 2322 of It1retl gold and JC5 of alloy No gold dollars It are now coined but this Iis the in eaglet and quarter eagles IroportionIt Grains in K silver dollar pure silver and 4125 of alloy I Trade dollar Authorized by congretsa in ISia for foreign use Coinage discon I tinued in lS7rt by order ot treasury Contained tT8 grain of pure silver Mill i i I12 of alloy Jly net of 1S7i it was fork iix inontlis redeemed in standard silver l llarf and its further coinage prohib of iittd 1ree coinngc Menus the coinage of a- all IllIneIifler that stay be offered at tin mint free of charge Silver jins beet denied this privilege since 1S78 Unlimited coinage of silver Coinage of all silver bullion offered Independent coinage1 of silver Unro stricted coinage indeendent of other uatiouFciguioragcTIte difference between the lost of bullion purchased by the on I government and 5w face value whet coined Fur oxamplo the present com mercial value of silver is fit cents pcrII 11110 ounce Ono hundredouncesenytiubGOI I would coin 12028 The seignoi rage or gain to the government would therefore tIe be about iO Hold reservo Gold held by the tress nry for redemption of p pr money The Hint iis to keep this fund up to JinOOOO 000 Gold standard Gold the ultimate measure of monetary value Parity of gold and silver Equality of purchasing power As the bullion in a lit silver dollar is worth so much less com I mercially than the gold in a gold dollar silver money and silver certificates would1 be at a discount if it wore not known that the government is not pledged to I It receive them for nil public dues and make them a full legal tender for allI debts unless otherwise provided by contract Legal tender Lawful money money which may bo offered in payment of I debts Gold silver dollars greenbacks and treasury notes and fractional fiilvcr coins in amounts of 10 or less are n j Ilegal tender except where otherwise stipulated in tho contract National banknotes are not a legal tender coinagey of goldand silver into legal tender coinsNational eolfI ago goldand silver without ref ereuco to other nations International bimetallism The unlimI ited coinage of gold nnd silver in agree 1meat with other notions issuetf paper money Expansion Natural increase of volI time of money in circulation Contraction Reduction from any cause of the amount of money in siren lation Sure to Win The people recognize and appreciate real merit That is why Hoods Sarsapa worldI1 Merit in medicine means the power to cure Hoods Sarsuparilli cures abso lately permanently cures It is the One True Wood Purifier Its superior meritt is an established fact and merit wins Hoods Pills are easy to take easy tto operate Cure iindigestion headache The Hazel Green Fair Tho Corner Man of the Ml Sterling Free Liincu was hero during tho recent Mud this is tht way in which lu lets hir fiowcry IniiKiingo Nun through the columns of Jill bright and newsy daily inchulI s coal road and QIII that tortuous trailI that 1 cads through Thklpwn nod lotif8 hillIi j i 4lletlCtrI 0iJ oCIriuu pHge and the fodders in tho Hood Tim burg iis prohibition but the untnxedI dew of the moonshine Mill quenches the t of the thirty and nmkeM tile eo antl iiiaken lint the crowniug feature of tho county and tho prido of native to the manor horn is tho fair is an institution theft reflects credit on projcc11ofSu i i s fuIturelOne Inns to travel to learn The Cor her Man never knew until his trip toll e fair that Col Will Scott of this city a young baby Tram a bar of soup nod was not aware that he was possessed the reijuisito amount of nerve to pass upon tho lenity of such cherubs when doxon or so mothers stood bencl t with the positive opinion that her par ticular cherub Wild tho prettiest und sweetest on earth Hut Wilt iis tho ladi that knows not font He set his teeth herd put on a hcnveulsutile andi marched into tho floral hall with II1nrI tint roadI resolved to do or die Tho cherub choir was in session when ho en tered and the other judges had buckled1 their armor and closed the visors of their hcmlots Hilly wore nothing but a yI1111C1111of course his other attire looked at tho haloes shut his cyos theII gen breezes breezed wo found him midii administered untohim liquid consolation and after he hall token a fog snorts itIi took the combined eilbrts of myself and Spencer Cooper to prevent him from going up against a schooner of red lemon ode Tale about nerve babies and Will Scott Why theres nothing to it With few exceptions everyone I metjj the fair wero for free silver They are not making much noise but votes are what counts anti they wilt vote right tl J Fitzpatrick and Langley Democrat nit Republican nominees for congress spoke n small crowd Friday on the issues of day Both are good talkers In limited debates Langley bar the advan logo as lie is a fast talker while Fitzpat rick is slow of speech Hoth gentlemen denied that Langley was devoured at Paintsvillc anti well let cr go nt that nnd trust that Mr Fitz will chew tin o I human talking machine at their next joint discussion 1 IIlIon W OMize who bad repudiated Y the ticilet publicly pledged his support to Col Fitzpatrick and I was told that tbe tiAn John P Salyer would also sup port tho ticket liTho attendance at the fair this year wad tho largest in its history and the as flociation made money Qeod order pre called throughout the meeting IIaz Green needs a railroad to develop itsI natural advantages and until such thing is accomplished it will not pus ahead but remain as it iis the pretdc town in the mountains All For Free Sllyer The colonial fathers were for free sill vcr Tho revolutionary fathers were forj free silver The fathers of the confederation wore for free silver Tho fathers of the constitution were fur free silver George Washington the father of hi country was fur free silver John Adams was tar free sliver Thomus Jcllerson the father of Dem ocracy was for free silver James Madison wow for free silver James Monroe wast for free silver John Quincy Adams was for free sil1 per Andrew Jackson way fur free silver Martin Van Huren was for free William Menry Harrison was for frcoI silver John Tyler was for freo silvor James I1C IolkWlIlII fur free silver Xachary Taylor was for freo silvor Millard Fihnore Will for free silver Franklin Pierce wiu fur tent silver1 lathes Buchanan wu for free silver Abraham Lincoln wan fur freo lilvur Andrew Jolmnon was for freo silver They 1itcrpetuitted free silver and free gold genuine bimetallism Kreo silver was no right that illived above suspicion anti when it wan imitHftinntrd silver tea oboes par Nashville Sun lliaiiriirrrutII r ti rialnryl4oIIIvnblel ri iiTUiitiieul ItfliTtMirf CniloM clfaiiitre llulldluthicug That Yoke el Oxan rs Tile Tralli Thu MtI Sterling Gncetto tart frco mnde tho statement that it took a yoke of oxen to pull Fitzpatrlck in the rinKI at Haxel Green fair the day he an Langley spoke here While both lIitz patrick and ILangley made good speeches representing their respective causes lFitx of course lord the best argument and ketJlllphiilI little reporter for the Gaxetto knew much about it except what lui hrclIattar ho left Ilawl Green fur it kupt him busy dodging our little jeweler + Havens anti trying to find a crowd to talk gold standard to without answering the question of Monroe Tho Gaette reporter is quite a bright little fellow but if the Gazette thinks it nee + ls H yoke of oxen to pull anyone let them try to got their reporter into a crowd where Havens ill A fair jut of mountain dose and a yoke ofoxon till could not tempt and pull him into another discus sign of gold nod silvor on the streets Hazel Green CITIXICX louel luckytvhn jg the financial agent and1 state secretary of the Kentucky state missionary convention will altond tho annual meeting to be held nt the Salem Christian church on tine Iktb liUh and1 and Jiith of this month Rev Elliott 1inns nevus visited this section of Eastern Kentucky mid as this will be the first J visit he would he glad to meet ns many as possible of tho ministry of the Chris lion church anti especially those minis ters who are portly or wholly sustained tvhictl i will preach in tho Hazel Green Christie church on Sunday evening the 20thJJ inst J A Lippt who sold so many of tho Standard Kitchen Cabinet in this sec tion informs us thnt ho lens delivered nil sold nod desires till to SlY to tho people that ho will bo mound ngain soon to solicit orders In the meantime those who have not yet purchased con learn of the merits of the cabinet and when ho cornea again buy of him if they ao desire j 7 mrCFEK CtDlTTT JoetrtaWl Bail TrMura Peaches on Dry Ridge aro about all gone Win Krlbs returned from Fondleton county yesterday t elD Boon Trimbles mule throw big very hard this morning Moon said it adid not hurt him at all D nOon Trimble went to Lenthcrwood stand Hockcns Branch today to look after his interests in game laud W C Taylor accompanied by Rebel kinblcropTheg11l8 on tho 17th inst anti will continuo thrco dose Wo expect a grand old time Everything is for Bryan Sowall mid freo silver H N low says that the big trade in Marilm is owing to frco silver atsSand Spring yesterday A large crowd attended noel there were five additions to the church- Thirtynine hands were warned to work the sew road on Hockcna branch anti foiled to report They wero nr raigncd before county court today but 1da not know what the result way Reuse Ingram was arrested by Wilson QcpulyrI sheriff fur shooting rind wounding Jamtw Mullins He had nu examining trial hit foro Squiro David Hoovor IIIIIWIIK bound over to court in the sum of 200 September i DV MAGOFF1N COUNTY Nolly Ntifluits W J TaulberI I left tart week torn pro tracted vilat In Texas Willlnm Keeton Isi very low with Jit llaiumator rheumatim llwriferII Antey Handy are on fire rick list rIrrlno Patrick who was sUhtwti sued time since by lkn lUnner hi still III A i precarious condition II W Alkesoti suterinteHdenL Of school was Item today hustling the Iroyf i up over bad school houses bline money question isI all UM yojj IEvery man you rneel is loaded with argumenU and lhar IIr wuglug khot It is safe to say there h nut n bolting Democrat In Magofltn while tit ragei11 port Hryan and Bewail Among tho more prominent ones ore ox Judge IIX W Allen and JUiv Allen Murray Joe 1 Republiuan Ivadrra aro bocamlifg dis mill rAKeel over the groat demand for froo veryllttletinterest campaign matters Mngoliln t is l publienn bnor noi but iif tbo i election WAR to sumo oil now tho l0mp rents would carry the wanly IIII Hiifo niNJority If Let tho good work go ml r is the prayer of every true patriot iScplumhcr Cvr Biuiu MORGAN COUNTY Maytown rillsBlles The marriage of Vise Flo daughter oC r Mr cool Mrs It A Childers to CrOP Henry Murphy occurred nt 7 oclook Thursday evening the and inst nt their palatial homo in town line brides mall ftuns tars Dora Crnin cool the grooinn host man was Mr Wit Sorroll Kev Junco Adams of West Liberty ofliciatod Yesterday Sunday would hnvo been a good time fur the IIndians to have taken our town as nearly nil our people went to Greasy to hoar Bro AdaniH preach mill to well To Pioratt wont through town Friday evening with a very largo mutton to kill and you con guest nt tho rest September i lYlsaLtnJamboree Froth too Jambs Mrs Esther Nickelfls seriously ill RethSupt Nickoll is having tho road put in order Squire Tcatormana court comes thS pith inst Mrs Gillcy Harper lost one of her cows by founder lest week Iloo Nickell land a work mule killed by lightning last Saturday Hiram lianas und wife trace guests of Ilarlnn McClure Saturday night Kelly DoBusk and Willie WillBonV havo matriculated JUiJ Hazel Oreciiif academy IfIJaptembcrJeJa OKKE r r h I it- i u J hw fiE FIERAt4IP1 l SPENCER COOPER PublUhf HAZEL OILEENi i t KY HIGH KITE FLYING IN BOSTON eacorii of EiperimriiU on Jllua Hill 8ortT of kitesI at Blue Jill observatory show the ex periment to hnvc been n succtKs In other respects than the altitude to which IItI wail poHrilble to PClid the kites Thor It Ilex heat Ktntcd won upwards of n 1mile and a quarter the limtrwnont reaching a height of 7200 feet above the level of the country iturroumllnp the hill AH the meteorograph miBpended quite a dlittancc below the upjMr kites they of courHc reached an altitude 200 or 300 feet greater The kltcn were three In number nil of them on tills cc ciiHlon of the Eddy pattern two of thin being at he end of the line and the third some hundred of feet below 111 lhi ten were of large HXC two of them being ilx feet In their largest dhnensiot and the third one a monster of iiln fcit prcHuntlng Home 65 Kquare fret of stir face to the wind ThIN varied from 18 to 31 inlleM per hour at the Hiirfae nut the pull of the wire which held the kite mounted at tlmcH to upwarlH of 125 jKJinnlH quite BH much JIH Mr Clay ton and Ills tiNMiHtantH Ferguson and Bxvcetland care to handle The iiuttruincnt which WBH fient tip wtw a meteorograph of three Icnicnts giving cantintiotiM riadingH of air pees Mire temperature and hiiinldity and I it WIIB maintained nt IIH greateHt height for iipwardHof a half hour Tin1 readlngHI I of till thermometer thaw a full in teal jHratun of about IH degrees lictviii hortjtliKhlllcecountered through which tin Kites rose coming out Into drat WIII t h I- Ihme11I the mhUt of the clued Iv might bo expected the humidity roue to 100 per centt tills being the rending of the hygrometer told above tin cloudJ tin air teas quite dry stun NO tliiin at the Ktirfiice The record of Iin iimtiu inent In HH vtirlntloiiH of humidity nf fordH a tolerably accurute meiisiire of the thiekncHH of till u Inuit which from the estimate made WWIIIM to him liei n about 2tl feet The light fairly taxedJ I again till reHJiirccH of the observatory 4 for to necure this great height it at ncecHBiiry to put out 2l1 stiles of wire Moderate kiteHying IIK a portion of the regular duties of Uie tutu at Hlue Hill for Mr Hutch IIIIN nicognitdl tip value of this ineiiiiH of seuiirlng inforiiiatlim nbout theI weather conditions of tilt upper air but these very high Illghts tire a little out of the regular order An attempt to 111111 till record will how tvcr be made titer In the week when Prof Harrington and Mr Archibald one bo present and again later III the minor when it IIs probalile that Mr Eddy will bu once more with tlie kite fly era on llluo Hill Itust Tnumcript I TROLLEYSI I I r the Iduvr Cliemnlt SaVMiiy twoyearsago trill shad horHCM from her lit reet cars und wliNtltuttd the trolley In a report to the Ntate department Consul 1 M m Ighan Kays one of the principal novelties of the adopted system Iis thar no poles ore used The method of swing ing wlrcK Is by means of ornamental rosettes fastened into the woodwork or plnjctilghookRf iittnrhrdftested with seven times till weight they will be called upon to Iear Owners of- tt houses without execution preferred to alto+v the use of their houses free rather than lime poles on the sidewalk The KtrvetR through which the cars wnd their way ore wider than Washlngfon Mrect lloston or Westminster street Providence The railway tracks in conformity to the law are level with the pavement and accidents to vehicles of tiny kind are rare The gauge Is narrower than In America hilt lie cars keep the track and run as rapidly and as smoothly us In the United Stales In the heart of the city they run 21M yards per minute and In the suburb 330 yards per minute rite Increase of trallle since the Intro diction of electricity In Chemnitz ms been 00 per cent The curs here no inn ducton Tlu motorman Is the only person on board who represents Hie company Hydolngaway with tOlltlI tors the company saves 41000 marks an nually The flirt IB only 10 pfennigs or n trifle less then 2y cents on nil routes including transfecs Should 1AOOQQ perBonH evade payment In 12 months the lost would lie onlyI 15000 marks It would take 450000 evasions In fore to iiIsienslug n people with pry for food and drink in restaurants saloons and gardens on their honor alone it IB unlikely tin com pany loses much Culprits in thlre byhttvingnewspapers as n warning to others Faro boxes are attached to both ends of the car BO there IH no such excuse ua dlfllculty in getting forward Scien fife American No Sign of Intellectuality Have you Intellectual city people With you this summer Mrs Uayvlew No they all hove frightful appe tftICblcaro Record x cs i- L h fwHBiBE THe fIGHT WILL BE Majorities W CoajtTMH Wilt trieterslnit the Fato of the blur It will be well for the people to bearl In mind while they are enmmming the political Munition that the election of the Chicago candldateH will not IICCCM mirlly mean the triumph of free silver any moro than the election ol Mc Xinley will mean the defeat of that widespread dtdunlon Of himself the president of the United States can do nothing to effect the monetary change which the free silver seen neck to bring about or to prevent it All that he inn do in either ease IB to approve such a hill as congress may pass Under the civil service rules as now in force he cnn do hut little compared with whet lie once could to uffe t the congrAN- 510tu1 vote by the distribution of pct ronngc He may by hit mcHsagc urge n course upon the attention of congress but there IH nothing1 In the eotiHtitution or the precedents which Imposes on congress the duty of paying heed to ills recommendation It In exceedinglyI Im portant therefore to see to It that tine tingles lh Ill next November IH sound upon the money cuc ton If that is ilone It will make comparative 1ly little difference HO for as that ques tion IK concerned who skull be elected president There IIH Home reason for till Ixllcf that it will make iite an little differ nice so fir ilK the tarllT Issue is con cerned who shall occupy the white holme during the four yearn beginning on Match I next The tariff declaration of the Chicago pint form Iis ell that could lit desired hut It depends also on congiVHK whether the success of the candidates pledged to it shall have anyrtfcrt upon the national policy The Mtme Iis true as to the tarilT plank of tin HI Louis platformI which has no merit exceptt that it carefully refrains from the reeiiaetnicnt of IIlie McKinley bill Nn matter liiw strongly the ein didate of theI repnblienii party may in cnmmittcd lo It or regard himself as committed lie can du hnothing to change the tarilT until congress shell give iilm the opportunity null congress will not give him the opportunity unless there shun be a majority of t lie members corn mil led by their constituents to the tar liT doctrine laid down at St Louis ThereI seems to Ilie no present reason to fetir that there will I be nay com riiinding majority in the house of rep resentatives either for free silver or for yhgh tarilT There should not lie on this account however any neglect on the part of those who fur opposed to either or both to put their opposition into something stronger than words nnd to make It felt In the congressionalI I CUIICIMCS and conventions mid later at the polls The real battle of the cam paign iIN to lie fought in the congres sional districts rent early preparation should he made for It No null who iis ubnoxloiiM to the people bemuse of his views on either of Ih subjects named should be permitted to secure an elec inn under the pressure of nn asHtimed necessity fur carrying the presidential ticket tnder till Australian system which reels now so extensive a range till voter Is not compelled as hIIIIII was to vote fur an objectionable eon gressman because he linds his name on the same ticket nod marked with tit Mime puny label nn the candidate for the presidency So far as tllliTrhnIlICIInrlIIIIIItrnlcI there is one other aspect of tlie sit mi t Ion which must be taken into considera tion The senate stands committed to fret sliver and except through death there is tint likely to 141 July material change in that body in that respect thin the new congress takes its sent iIt is tolerably soft toossume that even if u high taritT house of representa t hIM is chosen it will find it impossible to secure ruby tarlfT legislation except nt the cost of a free silver rider 1rnc lically therefore the onlyts8y in which cither high tarilT legislation or free silver legislation can he assured s by the election of congress commit ted to both This under existingI con ditions seems to be tlie trust likely thing to happen hut at till same time tiothing should be left to lhlllll IJftr- olt Jrec Press COMMENTS OF THE PRESS The republicans would do well to go slow in slandering Hryan fur in that case theyviII have the hllmto cat when he becomes a model pastI I dent KniiMis City Timesl It may be Mr Hannas plan of campaign to hove his eardldato talk tariff wall after the contribution box shall have been passed nroimd among the manufacturers X Y Journal McKinley has crossed the line orI hopefulness into the land of confidence He ant Hanna have Leon in the confi dence business nil ulong Anything he IIIIH crossed lately has ben with u cross of lh1St Louis Hepubllc The t rusts und monopolies nomi nated McKinley If they succeed in electing him theywill rule his adminis JleEh1eyisrsts greedy of profit from legislation that shall slake the public tributary to then The Iparty which placcil Mc kinky in the 1I11t11M pledged to meet the demands of the trusts and tile fa vored Interests and Is even now frying the ftitoutofthentforeaulpnighpor poses This IB the IIunnaMcKinley campaign as it has been stigmatjzcdby men high In republican councils Hor ton Post A p 1 f l TRADElOar Their lnilo ntlenc of Protection While MeKinley and bill timorous Ht porters nrt running away tram the cur rency qucRtlou nod trying to foist the played out protection IHSUC to the front American manufacturers are ternIItJU trttllIl to the world that we are not In neal of protection The ability ol the American manufacturer to success- fullyI comjietc with his foreign rivals U I shown in the record of the exports ol American manufactured product The I fiscal year just closed is the banner yeat I fur export trade The month of May showed manufacturing exports to the I amount of 220 10000 and the 11 month ending with May show such exports tc the amount of 206501091 This is an I Increase of nearly 40000000 over the j same 11 months of 18K5 curd already car iI I ries tilt figures fur the lineal year 21 000000 higher than any earlier year I without allowing n dollar for the ex ports of lime If the month of Just merely holds Its own the manufietur lug exjioi t of 18Wft will be 224000000 or SO000000 higher than any preceding yearTwentyfive exIlurtHproducts Our manufacturer not only I makes the goods pay American wages mid pays freight to foreign markets but 1 he undersells Ills competitor who lias what our protection friends call the ml vantage of paujKr labor And yet McKinley would hue us believe thai our manufacturers who inn compete with foreigners in foreign market where disadvantages of freight charges me against lie American cannot com pete with foreigners in our own market white the disadvantage of freight charges is against the foreigner tiniest a prohibitory tariff duty Iis laid igninM f imports McKinley would she the nonir t market for the American manufac hirer nut because the American 1111111 i ufacturer isnt able to hold it for him j self but because giving him exclusive I I rights in the field he can squeeze th i last dollar out of the pockets of tlectciI turner Thats the way till Ilanniis thf Dolins the Searles and the other mil I lionaire magnates of protection were i i made And they are all fur McKinleyi I Now what Iis it we export Ve ex I port most hlIIIIo1f the Iproduc h rej iiiring most skill in inaniifiuturc I jI We export machinery manufactured iron and steel cars carriages loromo j lives electrical and scientific appara tus and builders hardware ircil llritain alone shows an increase from i M27H in her importa of machinery I from the Iuited States in IMC to 1 I liiilWI in iNOti the total exports ol manufactures of iron mid steell in creased from 2i07ti 55S in IMC tii7II ii757s Iin IISlfi carriages cars anil oinei I vehicles from 22ItS to SiiYI7ili copper ingots and burs from 1i is Ito tit l2t1 cotton goods from 11- 17SMH5 to YllnOIS electrical and scientific iippiiratus from 171 107 tn 2rlK7s builders hardware run lIillI1fi to iIio2t10l and paper lull its Intucufu eaters front I0821ttt 1o 2 I 4Mi01 Is there tiny honesty in asking the I American people to vote more piotcc thou which is taxation on themselves to aid the merican nimuifacturc who shows that he does not need thcnidhit ran undersell his foreign compclinr in any market in the world7ticut Ob server ABLY DEFINED the Drmiirrnllr i iiiliirc Iilrn of a llu littN MUM Not till least striking und important of the many ntcrling statements made by William Jennings ISrynn In hits fa mous speech at Chicago was that III which lie said that too limitedI n defini Stun lunch Ixcn given to the tern busi nos man lie contended that the turn who uorks for wages jis as much a busi lawycrinto a great corporation and tlie country merchant as the great wholesaler in New York The farmer he claims who by the application of muscle and brain to the soil creates wealth is as much n business man as he who IwlA UJMIU the hoard of trade on the price of grain Tills Is truth cud democratic trntl We have been too long the victims of misapprehension and malicious misrep 110111 In t Ion ill terms applied by the fewI to the many It was the belief of ourjI fort others tint nil 11111 tire createdI i Ircf mid equal and upon that belief this iI j IIIitinctions and no unjust abuc of at eeptiil terms We ere ell business torn livery true cltlen of America is n business man And not the least of his business is that which toneeriin the preservation of the individual liberty guaranteed us by our constitution Verily this Is n young Daniel come out of thew est Ills judgments are as just as his attitude Is fearless Tarn unary Times Mnny lire the lhnhout Mr Bryan sent over the wires at the ex pense of the gold hugs We know that the latter have money to burn but thug have also lingers to burn which is somewhat different Wheel Ing Itcglstur Mr Hryan inn horny expect to get n joint debate with McKinley but Mr MeKinley1 might appear In hlf great specialty of toying nothing while lIan xia saws wood Albany Artua s If Petered Pay and Night With nervousness tako Ilostcttcrs Stom tub Bitters which luvlgorates and tran quillizes the nervous system The hauls ofI recovery li a reform lu errors of digestion The epigastric nerve and brain urn united in the closest bond of sympathy BO Unit dys peptic svniiiUitnB In the gastric renlon iiro always accoiiinaiilcd by hurtful reflex nerv otis action Both arc remedied by tIle Bit ters which also cares malaria biliousness rheumatism and kiduoy trouble WHAT isl the babys name Indeed Wo havent ono selected Wnre wultiiiL till November comes To bee vvliicli mUlls elected Washington Star 8ROO Clilrngo to SU 1uul and return On account of tho O A 11 Encampment The NorthWestern Line Chicago K North Western lit 1tand SciiUaibci 1 IbH sell excurslna tlcltcts fnim Chicago to 8t Jutil and return at rato oft400foriho round trip good for return Ipassage until Stilt niter 1h with prlvilcjro of further extension to HeptcmberHO IbVJO For tickets anJ full Information apply toi agents of connecting lines or address W B KNISKKIIS U P C1 A Chicago 111 Tiintin IIs no such thing as perfect ion i this world sold tlio philosopher HlKht g assented tm colonel Even whisky IIII to ho nigh iO puhscnt vatuhlndlanupolil- ournul Cheap lircurrione to tho Yet and North aunt On August 418 September 1 IS 29 Oc tober ft tied 40 Ib1Ni The NorthWesternj Mao Chicago Kt NorthWestern Kyi will1 Belt Homo Seekers excursion tickets at very low ruder to a lurw lumber of points In the Wet and Northwest For full In formation apply to ticket agents of con nectiul lines or address W B KsisKuas UI T ACldcagoIll Jon xvi i Ciurnn Come Miimlc let us play Adam ami Eve II llIIlIlclIow willi woplavit Yiiii tempt me with an apple ouch Ill eat it1cxIIs Sifter Una or All To cleanse the system in u gentle and truly licaeJIclal niunaor wlien tutu Spring time remedySvrnpall thu family alit roots onlv M cents tlie laiKosizutlI liny ihu 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ran Tialfic Mgr Cecil PII + X Ticket Act t lwi PauuUMnettIutl nldrepen mIIfIr erdllunf 1111 whIrI111 I KIIIlirtllrrllIIn C Iiiitntrmnpnnrayterm 111111 upon main built lrI1 r For fct iti wriir Hupt of Linda I J VPw ana A BOYSToIINcKint tOOlIlOlonIIsireNINtt8TI I I BRADLEYS FERTILIZERS I CuresTalk In favor of Hoods SarsapartlU III tat iother medicine It has the grentllIt retora 0 cures of any medicine In tbo world In f- airHoods If 1111 Is tbo BlOnond a 1 Trice SarsapartlUPurifier II Uti Hoods PIllscurcMekhcfldacheln- mntHlMWHAT t LINE eb made the rate one cettikarper mile to St Paul for n the THIRTIETH ANNUAL Tt ENCAMPMENT Ga Aade nPnEsIi eblimitall tickets to the nettvo Encampment at St Paul 10th WHAT LINE pIdeserves tipoftheir hosts of friends dlth thWHfci- sr will you patronize Underdl these ci rc U n1tanccsWI other things being cqunldl theyrcCHICAGO lh GREAT at dt Maple d Lcaf WESTERNRAHW4V 11 Route lrIt andTicket o d F04hr n Uitrn lor iitirrnririK Our iiniiiplnrli ihould M t randdlirrmla1n l c1hl Imlilir pnulnct iU market and feeding slut 14 II liuw 1numSMALLZY MFC CO Monitor c WIr LATESTand 100 feat In 2000 ffr l LOOMIS fc NYXAN TIFFIN OHIO 1 I I I I IDII STEADY WORK WELL DRILLINGMmCHINES DROPSY IITruled IIIaVK IlAY CASH t Iletrlyhrrl hoIstAxA STARK wauLIDeu r 11111 TREES rltl vn flu WYtKIyroJII It I EFfECTS OF A SMILE YUCATAN KILLS II =EDUCATIONAL awfvn n LORETTO ACADEMY CO KENTUCKr 11 lerirrgInrntlydcenhurrauItrtlarDrill tnrtxlnlHUHtpiyrilllK HUM N MUMrlt ACAUMI OK VM lMI J TKUSITV OK CIIIUOO MT aitltttlU ILi ACoiiegrepastoryitrioolnltlnatedwltblplr5 5trongdrpattmrntinfludeandArtIbtroducturcouruIi Indoornuf4Oyra FRANKLIN COLLEGE NEW ATHENSoi hoarltitto fofalcetll4SrrarArmrvfrtr It II Ian trnrll rill IJ NILLt111d00ra ForWheat 0 Arc TestThirtyfive tobewheattevidence to Bradley Fertilizer OhioLocalunoccupied territory G h jI i TAMAGES SERMON lloco the Soul Reaches Eternity All of Reform iis Lost JJChance Will rte No Opportnnlt to Tnrna Deere peekFloat JudBincnt Taken Upon Earthly Action A Question Thut Often ArUcs to Ilizzle f Ckrlftlani I prTalmages text Sunday was Eccl L 3 If the tree fall toward the south IM toward the north in the place where UL tree falleth tliero it shall be I Therc iIs a hovering hopo in the minds ifflit vast multitude of people that there 1 will be an opportunityi in the next ofworldthia that however complete a ship f 5 reckwe may make of our earthly life it will bo on a beach up which f ne may walk to a palace that as tho defendant may lose his cnse in n cir f cult court and appeal It and have it go 1ttP to the hupreme court or court of f1 Chancery and all the costs thrown over on the other party so a man may lose hisi case in this world but In the high- erF jurisdiction of eternity have the de cUion of the earthly case net side all the costs remitted and tho defendant f be triumphant forever The object of my sermon Is to show you that common senso declares with the text that such an expectation is chimerical If the tree fall toward the south or toward the north in the place where the tree falleth there it hall be- There are those who say that if the Impenitent and un forgiven man on Jers the next world and sees the disaster as a result of that ills aster he will turn the distress the cause of his reformation hut we lave 10000 instances all around about us of people who have done wrong and disaster suddenly came upon them did the disaster heal them No they went wrong There Is a man flung of dissipations The doctor says to him Now myr friend if you dont stop drinking and dont stop this fast life you urn living you will tilt The patient thanks the physician for Ids warning std guts better he begins to sit up begins to walk around the room begins to go to nisi ness and takes in the same round of grogshops where he got his morning dram and his evening dram and the drains between Down again Same doctor Sanio physical anguish frame medical wars lag Rut now the sickness is more pro tracted the liver more obstinate the itouiaoh more irritable the digestive organs more rebellious Dot still un dor medical skill ho gets better Jces forth commits the snare sacrilege against his physics health Sometimes he wakes up to sec what he is doing and he real izes hn i i destroying his family mad that his life is a perpetual perjury against his marriage vows and that that brokenhearteil woman is so dif forest from the roseate wife he mar rind that her old schoolmates do not recognize her on the street std that his sons are going out in life umlrr the taunt of a lathers drunkenness anti that his daughters are going out in life under the scarification of a disreputable ancestry Ills nerves are ill a angle IFrom crown of head to sole of foot he is one aching rasping crucifying damning torture Where is he Ill Iin in hell on earth Does it stop him Ahno Alter awhile delirium tremens ports out upon his likv u whole jungle of hissing rep tiles Ills screams horrifying the neigh bor as he dashes out of led crying laic these things off me He is drinking down the comfort of his fam fly the education of his children their pro piots for this lire mind per haps their prospects for the life to come Palo rind con valescent ho sits up Physician says to him Now my gool fellow I am go big ti hove a plain talk with you IfI you over have an attacho this kind ifrrn you will die 1 can not save you andad the doctors in creation cant save you Iou paticit gits Ioesthe SMiiie round of dissipation rind is down again but this time medicines do not touch his case Consultations of physicians say there Is no hope Death ends the scene That process of Inebriation and phy steal suffering and medical warning and dissolution is taking placu within a stones throw of wjiero you sit and in every neighborhood of Christendom Pain does not reform Suffering does not cure What is true in regard to one sin Is true in regard to till expectingInopportunity for purgatorial regen eration rake up the principal reports- of the prisons of the United States tad find that tho vast majority of the criminals were there before some for two tunes three times four times six times Punished again and again but they go right on Millions of incidents and instances working the other way and yet men think that in thenext world punishment will work out for them salv able effects Why you and I can not imagine any worse torture from another world than we have seen men in in this world and without any salutary influ ence Furthermore the prospect of reformation In another world is more improbable than here Do you notre elite the fact that a man starts in this Jworlil with the innocence of infancy vthe other case starting In the other accumulatedbid t i to bullnd1 II thnnouteen groutup in the breakers If starting wit comparative innocency the matt duenot that8tnrtlng evlutedmore prospect tia- n sculptor will mako a finer statue ou of niarblthanle been cracked and twisted and split and scarred with the centurCould nntestamentunimportantsheet of paper easier than you could write it upon a sheet scribbled nil oven r with tortfromi yet s I aro those who are so uncommonsen steal as to believei that though a teatt I anthunoceucoI next world he can start with u dafailure and turn out well oughtto1 next world because vetbriefy I around between the cradle and thei grave the wood of time one almost striking against the marble of thei other We ought to have another chance because of the brevity of thisi life MyI friends do you know what made the ancient deluge a necessity It was the longevity of tho Antediluvians centnrythtutgot iou years oldtimid worst at 100 and worse at 100 and worse at liOO andI worse at JsOD until the world lard to bo washed mind scoured and scrubbed mid soaked andsunk thud an shored a whole month tinder water before It was fit for decent people to live in 1 have seen many pictures of old Time with his scythe to cut but never saw any picture of Time with ii chest of medicines to heal Seneca said that in thin first few years of his public life Nero was set up as an ex ample of clemency and kindness hilt he got worse and worse this path de scending until at OS years of age ho was the suicide If sou years of lifetime could not tire the antcdiluvlani of their iniquity 1 undertake to say that all the age of eternity would be only prolongation of depravity Hut says some one in the next life the evil surroundings will bo withdrawn and good influences will bo substituted and hence expurgation sublimation glorification Hut you must renumber that the righteous all IntoI1 up into tint beatific state putt needing any other chance that will leave till those who hive never been forgivenI and who ware impenitent alone alone and where are thin salvable in fluences to cinne from Can it bo ex pected that Ihr1uilT who spent his whole life in pointing the Hindoos to Heaven and Dr A heel who spent his life in evangelizing China and that Judson who spout his life in preaching till gospel to IStirmnh can it be ex pected that they will bo sent down from some celestial missionary society to ed ucate and save those who wasted their earthly exlstince No We are told distinctly that all missionary and evangelistic Influences will be ended forever crud the good having passed up to their beatific state all the morally bankrupt will be to gether anti where aro the salvable in lumens to come from Will a spo Iced or bad apple put in a barrel of diseased tipples iinlfo the other apples good Will one who is down bo able to lift others up Will Urns who have miserably failed In the business of this life 1m able to pay tin debts of other spiritual Insolv tints Will a million wrongs mako outright Poneropolls was the city where IvTi 1 Krfus of Thracia put tall hall peo pie of his kingdom and whenever there were iniquitous people found in any part of the land they wens all sent to Ioiioropjlis It was the great capital of wiekelness Suppose a man or a woman haul opened a primary school in 10 I1lHU pollS would the parents of other cities hav sent their children there to bo educated and reformed- If a nun in this world was surround ed with temptation in the next world nil the righteous having passed up into the beatific state the association will be more deteriorating depreciating thin down You would not send to a cholera or yellow fever hospital man for his health and the great lazaretto of the future in which are gathered the disease and plaguestruck will boa poor place for moral recovery The count of Chateaubriand in order to mako his child courageous made him sleep In the turrets of tho castle where the winds howled and specters were said The mother andto haunt the place thin sisters almost died of fright but the son afterward gives his account That gave me nerves ofand ho says thnt Juts steel RIIII gave me courage falteredr lint ray friends I do never not think the turrets of darkness or the spectral world swept by slrocconnd curoclydon will ever prepare a soul for the eternal land of iunshlne I won der what is thin curriculum in the Col loge Inferno whtre a man having been iniquitygoesI to sophomore sophomore of to Junior nil fromon up of gradjunior to senior amid day roar command thQdJpIotna is signed pgtL the president and aU the LSsioual demoaiai attest tho fact that the candidate has been sufficient t time under their tits and then utterI ll proparatorhmy friends while salon and1tls cohort v have fitted a vast multitude for ruin lwppitt youtrl chance in another world means tin ruin of this Now suppose n wicket man is assured that offer a life time o wickedness lift can fix it up all right lit thin future That would bo the dcmoral iatlon of society that would be titu demolition of the human race There are men who are now kept on tlw lint Its of sin by their fear The tent that If we tire bad and unforglven tore it will not be well with us in the next ex istenco is the chief influence that keeps civilization from rushing but into setnibarbarLsm and keeps semibay- I barism from nibbing Lack into wild savugerdNow tho man is kept on thin limits of sin Hut this idea of coming Into his soul this idea of another chance heI says Co to now Ill gut out of this World all there is in it Come gluttony and revenge and uncleanness and alll sensualities and wolf upon me It nay abreviate my earthly life by disco luteness but that will wily give me Heavenly indulgence on a larger cII in shorter length of tine 1 willl overtake the righteous before long I willonly come in leaven a little late anti I will bo a little more fortunate than those who have behaved themselves on earth and then went straight to the bosom of Jed be can tie I will see more and havo wider excursion timid 1 will come into Heaven visa ichcnna via hhcolt JHearers Readers Another chance in tho next world means free license and the demolition of this Suppose you hind a case In court and all the judges our 1 1till the attorneys agreed in telling you- a thin first trial of itIt would be tint tw fcuthe first trial would not be of very much Importance but the second1 trial would decide everything On which trial would you put the most expenditure On which U la1 would you employ the ablest counsel I On which trial would you be thin mot anxious to town tIll attendance of all tIll witnesses Oh you would1 say If there mire to be two trials and the first trial dues not amount to much the second trial being everything everything depending upon that I must have tin most eloquent attorney and I must hive till rny witnesses present and1 I will expend my money on that If these men who are impenitent and who are wicked felt there were two trials stud thin first was of no great impol since and thin second trial was the one of vast and infinite importance mil tiu preparations for eternity xvoiid Ibo postmortem postfuneral postsepul chral and this world would be jerked oil into impenitence and goiilessness Another chance in another world means thin demolition of this world Furthermore my friendsfor I am preaching to myself as well as to you we aro on tho same level and though the platform bo a little higher than thin pew it Is wily for convenience stud that we may better speak to tho pctr ple we are all on thin same platform and I am talking to my soul while I talk to yours my friends why an other chance in another world when we have declined so many chances In this Suppose you spread a banquet and you invite a vast number of friends and among others you send an In vitation to a man who disregards It or treats it in an obnoxious way her lug JO years you give 120 bouquets a banquet a your mind you invite your friends anti every time you invite this man who disregards your invitation or sends back wane indignity After a while you move into n larger house and tutu moro luMiriant surroundingx thud you invite your friends but you do not invite that man to whom JO times vou soot an invitation to tho smaller ijoitsir Are you to blame Vou would only make yourself absurd before Coil and man to send that tout another invitation For J years he hUh bon declining your oirr and t sending Insult for kindness and courtesy tutu can lie blame you Can he come up to your house on thin night of the banquet looking up nUll seeing it is a titer house will he have any right to stay Let mo in 1 eclitijil ali those other offers but this in a larger house a brighter house a more luxuriant abode Let mo in Give me another chance1 jot has spread a banquet of ills grace before us For i55 days of every year since we knew the diiFcronce between our right hand and our left He hits invited us by His Providence arid by Ills Spirit Sup pose we decline all these offers and all this kindness Now the banquet fs spread In a larger place in the heavenly palace Invitations are sent out but no Invitation is sent to us Why Hccause we declined all thoso other banquets Will God bo to blame Will wo have any right to rap on the door of leaven and say I ought not to be shut out of this place give me another chance Twelve gates of salvation standing wide for free admission all our life and then when the 12 gates close wo rush on tho losses of Jehovah + buckler saying give mo au other chance A ship is to sail front hamburg You wont to go to Germany by that hue lou see tlnv advertise ment of the steamers sailing You she it for i7 tjektiI You eejtJnflioI nornln pap rR and you rice iMfi the owning Japcrcj you see dt flaiwrdnd L a on tho vails Circulars are thrown into your ofllco telling you all about iIthntI steamer I day you come down on the wharf and the steamer has swung out into tho stream You say Oh that isnt fair Como back swing up ngnln to tho dock1 Throw the plunk ushers that I may come on board It isnt fair I want to go to Germany by that steamer Give mo another chance Hero is a magnificent offer for Heaven It has been anchored within our sight I your attar year and year after your and year after year and all thin benign Yokes of earth and Heaven have urged us to gct j on board since it may sail nt any moment Suppose wo lot hat oppor smiity sell away and then wo lookl out slid arty South back that oppor tttnity I wan to unite it it Isnt treat ing me fairly Give mcanother chance Why iny brother you might as woll gQ ou thud slant on the Highland at tho Nawslnk three days after tho Ma jostle has gone out and shout Cap j tain como bank I want to go to I h- I I erpool on the Majestic Come badI over the sea and through the Narrows nod up to the docks Give mo another chance You might as well do that as after the last opportunity of Heaven has sped away to try to gut it back again r yutstulq impressiveness Just think of itl AI 1 Heaven offered us as a gratuity for a whole lifetime and yet we wanting to rush against God saying IOle imi another chance There ought to bo theta will be no such thing as post batons opportunity You see common sense agrees with my text in saying that If the tree fat toward tho south or toward thin north in the place whore the tree allot h tliero it shall be You see this idn lifts this worM from an ununporthr- t way station to a platform of stupend 1ohs Issues and makes all cternlty whirl around this hour Oh my soul My1 soul Only one trial and all tho preparations for that trial to bo roado In this world or never at all Oh my 1soul My soul You see this piles ii pI all the emphasis mud all the climaxes and all the destinies Into this lift No other chance Oh how that Intensifies 1the value timid thin importance of tlib chance INTERESTING ITEMS Srroxo Vice President Harahan of thin Illinois Central hits restored th cut of 10 per cent made in thin wages 1of thin employes of tho Chesapeake Ohio anti Southwestern railroad THIS first coined currency made 1 in this country was manufactured UJfiJ the machinery was sent from 1Knglaml1 to Massachusetts timid pieces of thin val lit of one shilling and threepence weru made A Mii Ar of honor has been grantedI Charles Ureyor of Philadelphia Pa Sergeant of company I Nineteenth Pennsylvania for distinguished gal lantry in action at Itappahannock slit tion Va Angnst28 IfjilJ- OM thousand tons of soot sottlo monthly within thin 118 square miles o London Those grand duties In tho wet end of the metropolis must tied iit necessary to Move a broom and scrub bing cloth in hand constantly iIN the JOOO electoral colleges of Mexico thin vote for thin reelection of Porforlo Uluz to thin presidency was unanimous Never in any previous presidential election in Mexico or per hops in any other republic was there a result so remarkable Tin degree of master of arts con ferred by Harvard university at its re cent commencement on looker T Washington president of thin Jusleclfc college of Alabama is thin first lion orary degree conferred on a colored man by the Cambridge college GKOIIOK PAVNTHH tho barkeeper o the steamship IJtruria hints the recordI of having voyaged iSSlUHJ statute miles lie has crossed thin sea fit years serving oil 30 vessels of tine CUll and fleet This In supposed to be a greater record than that of any other mUll tuetwatloat SOMK observations recently carried out by n scientist have brought to lIghtI the interesting fact that person breath less when they art concentrat lag their minds on tudor work Im also when under the Influence of doIpressing emotion On the other hand we breathe more when exhilarated hyI pleasure and amusementICot PIOOTT tho acting British rerlIdent at Count assie thin capital of Ashantci reports that the most ener getic efforts to discover thin place ofII concealment of the royal treasure and the golden stool of King lrempeh have IhIJ J been fruitless Of the two mon who buried the treasure one was beheaded immediately afterwards and tho other a relative of the king still defies cnpJJ ture A riiiM in Regent street IondonI makes u business of hatching out nrtlIficially birds chickens and thin 1110I and the incubators adapted for theirI various purposes are lined up against I thin sides of tho long room They also take infants thlt are prematurely born and by keeping thorn in a certain and unvarying temperature and giving them proper nourishment develop them into wealthy and lusty babies Perhaps thin strangest of all their many appliances for hatching living organisms is their biological Incuba j tor Hero are cultivated whole col J onies ofdeadJ microbes for purposes s l pt bauturlolp andycxperjmcni Y I t- e R N tit j FROM THE CZAR TO THE QUEEN The Jfiy Sent frem Kimllq to KHjcUnrt Ja Iftfle At this moment It may not bo uninteresting to note thatlt was during the reign of tho first czar Iran IV aura named Urozln Ii c the Terrible that the carlicat relations on record of friendly negotiations between England nnd iVusnih took place It was in fact In 1350 that thin first otllclnl embassy wnXoii to the court ofSt Jnmc and Jlngnto1from flic Kinperour of ilttula in the yere of Christ 1550 wnq printed by one T Hnklityl n feV yctirAlutet Sad td say the voyngenj encountered tho flll per ilK of the seaoven to thin length of bei t rag wrecked HIP the Inhospitable coast of Aborilcenshire anti the following quaint account of the shipwreckI Is pre served In n contemporary Historic of Scotland by Joseph Ltoley Itinhop of Ross About this tymo tic end nf the simipnndIlowln towards Ingland with one am bassador from the emperor of Mtiseo via qtihllk and pink waK driven bo trot ntormos mud wlndls npoiMt tho northcst of Scotlandrat IICynardls hold within the conn troy of lltichano quhnlr a Bret nombre of their otuii panic ait Ironlt and boith the shlppen tlur moist 1pnirt of his gnldls losid be tins wrnku of the sty hot the ainhaHxadnnr hint ppjfc was saved with n prol part of his t ompanlc anti wax well ciMortcnlt bo the cotintreyinen and eonvoylt thelrfro to Idlnbtirgh to the epicene regent oinks otter guild Inlorlciuincnt caused chI Lord HWIIH accompanie kin to tier lnk in the inoneth of Fibruar thalruf torSome nmhossyrtstd although its purpose wax undoubt wily a commercial as well as political one If turns a well rulciluteti stroke of I ollcy nn the part of Ivan nod thcVcr taint letters tenderly toncolvwd tin well an the princely premnt were man l l Kt tokens of utility mill frlcidrdilp tat only bet wren Ivan 1IV and Philip anti Mary hilt between the subjects of loth realms These wild tI1I1Ih con riived credentials unluckily perished In the dlmiHtroim wreck and thin press ratst sent by the onr were stud to re jitc HM ylod by till Scots after tho rhlpwrnckc It IH however recorded tieo scription comprising rich sables somo of theta entire skins exceedingly beau tiful with teeth lurK timid ehiWH four living Kabloit with chains and collars ItiHtiriils and furn worn onloy by the Iltiperoiir for woorthlnosHC Also u largo and falreI white jii fnweon for the wlldc swanne crane goose and other great fowlcs together with n triumno of silver tins hoopcs gilt IIKIM for the lure to cell the xayd II iwko After a stay of only Home weeks in London which HCCIIIH Ml range consul ering the trouble ho had of getting here the envoy tools Ms leave again charged with all manner of gifts fort our cotiHln the onr mich aw rich I loCh of tlHNtio scarlet Inlet in grain tool nile atiro cloth 111110IOn iiotabln pnlrI of hrignndlncH with a innrrlan covered with crimson velvet and gilt nallcH ItIfIIn uMie ruin female IlmrH La tor however during KHalmtliM coign we hear of another Ktixxlaii am Ininsador HH inline was Frodor Plmii skisand It was through this gentlemans jiiNtnimentallty that Ivan IV endeav ored tto secure the hand of Lady Mary IliiHtlngH daughter of tin earl of limit itigton UK his eighth wife The lady who at first ttooinod willing refused on- t secondI thoughts to suture Ivnnii throne and her reconiddonitlnn of the offer may not knee linen wholly discon nected with certain recollections off Henry VILxl vnrlotift consorts nnd tho disagreeable Incidents which wont to i horten HOIIIO of those ladles lives Still Ivan as lung ax ho lived pooinod to have innkircil nfter the good will of IKng and On one occasion he wrote to ask Rlfahcth whether In thin oven of his I icing forced In leave his own kingdom hr would findI n refuge in this country timid on another occasion he exprennp through Sir Anthony enkinson the thatdKngland std might tnaniiors an one There Is no doubt that Ivan in spite nf thin atrocities which characterized the utter yours of lilt reign was n clever anti astMto ruler Ho appears to- llvt sought every tomtit of elevating tile condition of lilts country both by ritroducing the arts timid manufacturer of inoro clvlliid nations by oneourng fominorco rood by conciliatory re ception of foreigners nt hits court To + Man Is due the Introduction of print big Into IliiHsIn although the printers in the beginning met with too much opposition owing to tho jealousies of tiif whose business it hUll been to topy books that they hind to iy the country They howevrr returned to Ostog where they printed the whole I Dlble and n copy of it formerly belong ing to IvanJs now in till Uritlsh museum Sir Jerome Horsey the KngllNh nmbasKndor linn written In tho flyleaf This 111 hell in the Slavonian iongo hind owl of the oinporors llbrnri Iran IV ns It hex been already observed was the first Kunsinn ruler to assume the title of tsar or czar which name is Jn reality n Slnvonip torso of qc K- rondgncaojtce x ilia JhltIJn t year cnJlu l4otJ J24 poundH ol AmericanI iiftati isiucll stilrt products valued ut 1223i 1 i- a 1- J r 3 THE HERALD I KEKCE CQOrn Edito- rO10 E IA1ICIT JUocUti E41ttr HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY Sept 10 186I n JBOOUICICDr For Preiideat- TOLLIAM JENNINGS BYAN or Nebruka For Vlee IresWtat ARTHUR 8EWALL or Maine For Crtngreiiinan Tenth Iirt Oct THOMAS Y FITZPATRiCK OF FI YIKXrXTV ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF We lUll authoring tn uinnounee A T COrn ni n candidate frnr the nGrr or Hhur Iflof Wolfe county inljject totta action ill the Democratic party FOR COUNTY JUDGE We are authoring 1o nnwmnee J It HOIION II a candidate for the ofllee r County 111or WollV county unbjeot to the action ol the Itaaootittic parts a T CKNTKIt U hereby announced as a candidate for the tire of County kludge inlifot to the action oHhe Ileinocralic lKl wary September IS s We nre nuthorfa 4o mrnonnee iDrH H HWANUOa a ravlMiile fur County UnCe Mibjent to the aetle+s ol the Denioatutia trimary For Commonwenlflh Attorney We nre ixntlioriwfl 1o announce A F- IIYIll lUlU candidate far CoiiimonwnitHh Attorney Inr the 23rd Jiiflleiul DUtrlut MII jest to the notion of the IViuocniilu i Irl We ore autlntrurfl lo announce II II IIAUUIH of Lee touuly ua n emididuuI fur 1 1usIII11111wealtisN Attorney fur the r4 In illolnl1 DUtriet mtijeat 1i the notion tit the t Democratic primary Mother 3 IRWt FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY ROM IN A K ASH kinrriyl HIIIIOHMCI I nun onndldnt fnrCoMiity Attorinirof Wolfe con illy Milijrct to the uclion of thu OUino vmlla primary i FOR COUNTY CLERIC We herebyannnure HI LAS HUTT nil n winllilnle fur Coiiiitr lurk mihjeet to the action oftliM Demount at thu primary on Huptutnhttr 10 FOR JAILER I inn n rwndltlale for1 otliee of Jailer of Woir county and tlirK tin1 iipjmrt of Ih- ltnTllemllIlIrh r In rte Primary lo Ic heldiI I I Some nevcn yimitt I hail the liiUlorlnnr w lwe out ofwv legs nnil uliicn that lime have been unable to perform Own labor Tint fur inure thin nny other renmui prnmvlU me lo ink for the olliuc nnil if Reeled I lmlae toifiUllll tilt liillnn III wiry rrpetset Hoping for your MUiiiiorl I mil oheilleiillv your- suJrItin ytit1lIL To Till lJonii rnorii or WOIPP OOISTV I wMi to nnnonnce that 1 situ n oun llilnte for Jailer of Volfn county foUltj tmt to tin Jlemocrntln party 1I bare Hhrny leen Dcmoornt and litivc always mipptrrteil the Doiiiocrutlc nominee in every rnoc nation nl itnte nml courtly unit ttil III the lira t tints I over lIklllur oftw MyI wife him been nn invnllil fur IS year iinfl 1 have linen unfortuimle in that reywet jr I pet the luiinlnntlon mid mn cUcUil I sill 1111t vcrybodyAsking1riiunry I um yonrn fur the noinltw 1vui IIIUUKlt 0 FOR ASSESSOR 1 1In candidate for the trays of INPNri r nrWolTc county mid Millclt the slslyrt of the KiMiioorntk puny In the Irimnry to he livid September Jl 1WKI IlnvliiK been u fiaucrutio voter In the cnuntv of W dfe unit a friend to the party tlipiugli thick andI thus for nlwttyn I mn sins irking UM nOicc of uoor fir the county 1 am mid nttruy huge hers for nay mid evcrylhliiK dnlI would help the country I have put in hall inuttey mid time In foitcr every enlerprMr and neror charged n cent for my ervlee nnd stride from thus no laliorliiK isms vw rolled wn me fur n favnr hut he got It N p into my product and find use frets ALI now that you will mpport me uN I have you J renmlu your rrlend It K ANDKKSOK We nre tulharUrd to nnnounce G W SVLLKK a1 n cundldnte for 1srasor of Woire county subject to the action or the Democrat primary TIIK Vermont stntc election went nIl all others do In tlmt ho clcaaly Republican state AKKAXKAH state election went 60000I Democratic notwithstandingI I Republican and Populist fusion Tin Democratic and Republican can didate for governor and presidential 1 electors of Tennessee have agreed toI enter Into a series of joint debates NET Tuesday afternoon William Jen uiugs Bryan will be lu Lexiugtoo and addreaa the biggest crowd that city baa ever entertained Hundreds from the mountains will be there to hear andre ci ti 4X1rrirgl sir alto r h D e Tiff left wing of the Republican partynow known under Us alias as the National DeMocracymet at Indianap I olla a few days itince and nominated a I ticket for president and vice president lion lobo M Palmer of Illinois was I chosen as the head and front while limn 1 Simon Dollvwr Uuckner of Kentucky WM tfeooen an Ws running mate When one realkn that both arc native Keno I tuckians pecan only soliloquize Two I geod men gone wrong and let her go at that But the id of November will 1 demonstrate that they are not sprinter and there will be nothing to It but the ticket which will in the years to come be exhibited by their CooUnh followers as a tag denoting their political lerai e What Tools we mortals be will be the remembrance of these two mnguided men and their children wilt wonder if 8hakopeare bad them in studi when he wrote his Midiiummmcr Nights Dream They will lead the forlorn hope only to find in the coveted gold gymA their folly nnt it U mete that such Should be their fate Hut what about ttair followers few though they lle Outcasts from keir old homestead tie Democratic party wandercru man the face of earth trudging toward the miasma of mug wumpcry they will indeed present a pitiable asIMc- tsnsn the head of announcement for- asstnor published elsewhere will he found that of George W Hallee who hnn seen n Dcnutcrat ever since he be carne n voter and ITJ the nationalelec don for president and vice president will mipport tin free wlver ticketBryan and Sewall Our limited acquaintance with Mr hallee precluded the possibility of introducing him and pressing his clrtitiH but tliH who have known him wince hU tod lling days say of him as good tliiriRH OK cart he mid of any man He IN indiifitrinnfl sober honest and hnrdworking VMiether it be for H friend in an election or in Mipport of his largo family he alwayx docn his licnt Hrielly from what wo know and what wr have hours rf the genthiinan it be hoove UH to remark that should ho be the nominee and Hiiccced to an election he will make the county an able and most faithful public servant And with this hurt introduction we leave bin claims with tho Democratic party of old Wolfe hilly assured that they will treat him fairly IriHiiJ KriMViNi lids madu this dis tract one of the most faithful public sir vanU that ever assumed the ermine of juilno over the circuit court and indorse parlance we now predict that he will win the nomination hand dm+ nand- c having dono no rout the enemy foot horse and dragoon when the day come to buckle on the Doom ho they ever so gallant WIll this not to the ilk para tincnt of other gentlemen who have or may hereafter enter the lists but for rand In the triumph of Democratic grin ciples in this district Indeed it now looks us though no one will have the too merity to meet him in the tented field xo popular in he with the mnoses and we doubt if any ono will do K At the present writing he IIK the filiilIltry giiiihitietsatisfaction of nil and should he come to the post as tho nominee against only the GJ n 1entry IIIH spied will show that his former racos have lilted him for the taskof carrying away the cup Let every simon aura Democrat but shout the sliiRan Free Silver nnd Once iced wine toad the haul it won n A IMMthoNAl letter received by J1 M atIThornton and pays the following hand some tribute to Hon Win J Hryan candidate for president on tho Chicago platform II IInn going to take the liberty of saying n few word politically I do not know what you are but it mrkes no di defence I wont to school at Lin cola Neb Hryaiid home a year and he Iis n mom that hears nn excellent repu tation at his home and among hU neigh burs Men Field the man that he defeated for congress four years sign is n cousin of mine nnllIIOllle of Allens friends said that it wax no disgrace to be defeated by suck n man an Bryan li- eIti second Henry Clay in conscientious nws n second PAtrick Henry in eta quence and I think altogether tho mnn for the hour If Washington was the creator of this country then I think Hryan Iis de tned to be the savior ofit Tits Mt Sterling Free Lance informs us that what Fitzpatrick did to Langley in the joint debate at that place IWU a plenty Ju debate with FLU John has cut oft more than he can comfortably chawalid each attempt at QiMtlcatioB will the more fully convince him of the 1 I Ij Event true Democrat believed in I 0011longt the xdf ar+ ted sorryI Am I greater than I party or have I more knowledge of I the nuances of the country than the tWO I wie men who avowed in the Chicago convention that true silver won best for tile people std against the 800 who cried nay There was clearly a twutliinlt majority and the Democrat who repudi ates the verdict caste from him one of the cardinal Irinclplof his party iI How any Democrat can for one moment thinkof doing M seem like n drenma iI horrible nightmare Hut look llooutIj you and fcce the status of these I statesmen and 10 to 1 you will find them money speculators in nearly every instance Ix Tin announcement column of this issue will be found the name of II H Harris who aspires to the office of com monwealths attorney He in a practic ing attorney and resident of Heatty ville where he enjoys the confidence 111141o teem of all who know him Able learned arid eloquent he is eminently for the position he seeks A store up right conscientious christian gentleman never lived stud if he should be thcsiic cesflful candidate the people will have a representative of their interests as the man and the occasion present He iis very near and dear to his home people i and we present him to the district an aI man worthy of the trust that he seeks FHOM every section of the country corned the glad tidings No Holtocrats are to lie found here to which iis added t hut many Heptiblicans disgusted with the financial policy of their own party declare openlyI that they will support Bryan and Scwall tSuch in the situa tiers in Hreathitt Ixe Magoflin Mcnefee and many other counties sand were the ides of November now upon UN there would not be enough of the ni 0 I1 left to create a stench hind as it smells Hurrah for fret silver ITvnKit the guidance of Mark Hanna the Republicans are milking the tariff the issue in tho western state where wool iis mostly produced and by this trick hope to draw the minds of the plo pie away fronts free silver whichwould prove their salvation The name tactics will lle resorted to in Texas Hut its success in both cases will hotilt Huh for free silver Atria J7J ballots had been taken in I the Fourth district for a candidate for congress without n choice the conven tion adjourned for one week to meet again at Kliabethtowu C W WOMUK of tlilCrl1II111 T IF Carr of Kzel have leased the lion glut Messenger and come out boldly for Hryan nod Sewall Straws show which way the wind blows TKHHI It OIIAXT son of U Srusthas renounced his Republican faith and will support Hryan for president IESI I 1 ANTKDSKVKItAI PAITIIFI I or women to travel for rrspousihle rs tahluhed house in Kentucky Salary Jiffpayable 1115 weekly and expense Iooition permanent Jtcferencc lIy lose nclf addreoo Iluildinglhiengn Taken Up dime to my pluii on Ora y Creek Kv 1 nliont duce week sign n trny mare of the IIelI on the lure leg Owner enn have Mime 1 hv i rov keeplugj STAMIKHSeptI v Land Sale for Taxes NontHUlIIIjI I JKOllhchveenJI nilfollowingi property of the Kentucky fnlon Lumber Co towlt Known ni the Meadow Hrnnch lIdllllJI HolclLI il J11 KAIMKIl FOR SALE thatitthRIlowwillfindalltheCamltonfarm of sixty acres one and onehair miler WaluutGrovtJOSEPH CLYKIV8 July 22 18Wtl Campion ky J J11JLJIJIE M D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Cr et i tlIJIrocliUr r 1Vpi1V I MAY 4 The 8 Largest s in 8 Kentucky REGARDLESS 5S OF PRICE i 1 d11ri do nut will take 25 pet cent oil of CREAT8STLEADING Hundred Suit of Clothing 1 I wo Imvo put the knife to the COME FOR 750 Nothing Cash With Yol When You I Flannel Suits sewed 700 per suit color guarantoedFour A i which sold nt 109 and I conies 70 cents undl1 worth I Pants fine wool clt8simon ul 2 You Buy Good Ju1 LnS LEXINGTON flKDD VYrHHlo ROSE DA IS0 P1tACTICAL0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY WE pricerandMAKE A SIKCfALTY OP HUILDIXG FAUM and ROAD WAGONS Z Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy WEj1dIiJEJl BIoA 1ijTi rJ SLIVERY AND FEED STABLE U HAZEL GREEN KY l H FRATTrProprietor C3TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special cnro taken of teams for Commer cial Travelers Parties conveyed to tiny point on liberal terms Potronngo of the public re spectfully solicited II F PIERATT t1I t wi npTijE REAT ro1 NESS TRAINING SCHL t TrtOUTH 9l i f ruJrJllv1717011 I+ HUNHNt+ i or fN1DUAT a uotolaa Rut ro neo I1IMtIIIJji u 114h1 UOMMtIiDIO IT THE UADUtg WSle MJ 0 i tl M I rot asSAMftlTWClIEOVKAJIRlE leIIj2IJ t lllllll tIIr r J a J M I jjiEHErALDMr- A = = c Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings vjrThe lying dutchmau was taken down Monday and moved to Frcnchburg Hon W 0 Mlro left Monday with I Lit son Carl whom he will this week place at Centre College Danville- H I F TicrnU nnd W T fwing6 are buying cattle for the Mt Sterling mnrket and now hare 70 head of nice ones The Christian church at this place ins just been adorned with a new steel roof which adds greatly to iU appearance Taken In time Hoods SarnHpnrllU pre rents serious illness by keeping the blood pure and all the organs in a healthy con ditUn W T Colvin representing Trimbli I Bros grocers of Mt Sterling paiwc through here Tuesday en route to Sal yersvlllc John A Taulbee of l1a71l Green the wittiest man in the world is said toi be also tho hottest fur silver Sentinel Democrat 0 C Hanks chairman of the Dctoo cratic county committee paid Tin Hiiit AM u very pleasant call on Wednesday of this week Tohn lL Rose Is buying stuck for the Mt Sterling market and now has 121 hogs that average 160 pounds 100 ewes anti GO cattle W H Cord will preach at the Days boro Christian church next Sunday after noon at I5 oclock Everybody invited to be presort d W T Cuskeyof this place left Mon day for Louisville to purchase goods for his store and during his absence the store is in charge of John gvnllMI Frank Havens representing the gro eery bonne of Ilyland C Auxier Cincin nati way hero yesterday jnterviewinj our merchants and talking politics Timelier Combs candidate for nherill was hero Tuesday shaking hands with his ninny friends and ho thinks his chances for the nominulinti very goo- llostOn tho road between Daysbon nnd Hazel Green a white felt hat with black nallil lining Kinder will be rni lonably rewarded by leaving at this oflice Mrs LOll Day accompanied by her granddaughter Miss Lillie D Evans r left Monday morning for a visit to Lex lugtollllnilother points in tho bluegrass The list of premiums awarded at our fair recently will bo published in our next issue It should have been pub lislied last week but tho secretary win too busy to fnrnsh us with the copy d Mr and Mrs Miles Wilson of Lacy creek paid the editor and his better j n short visitI i on Friday and gladdened their hearts with some of the largest and I most luscious apples wo have seen thin Reason t Gov Bradley refused to pardon A C Cockcrham of this county for carrying concealed weapons but hind he killod soma one with the same gun and would have voted the Republican ticket he would bo a free maul today Elder i G Combs and wife of Kol were visiting the family of their sonin law Taylor Johnson just below town tliU week IElder Combs hUH been ovnn gelining in Madison and Clark counties t for dome time and been quite successful A C lliiclmiinn of Richmond Iyabrother of Jim and Erastus Huchanan of thin county is rusticating at Swango Spring Mr Ituchanan is a native of this county and was for ten years a resident of Ihuel Green and engaged in business Little liras Carrie Rose daughter of J M and Mrs Lizzie Hose will please accept the thanks of the editor and his Letter I for n dish of tho most delightful sweet peach picklo that it was over our goodI fortune to smack our two lips oTer j The funerals of the wifo and three preached8rtt Sunday in October by Elder J I- Pleratt who will begirt a series of mcct fogs at that place on the Thursday night Wore u patentbloweri plantlthweldinghttidtedup andaro now operating a scroll kM Thews gentlemen use priutr ink + heely and ua conwquencc arc forced u put In improved machinery to keep v Jb with the increased demand for irk There will be an interesting service nt morninginox plained mind illustrated by Wm H Cord Church extension in Indeed the pcrpo ThisisncqunimtedIInoI i put much stress upon this part of their work GQ out to hear this work explained Sun n1iIlobcrt Dickens the brick mason whd burned the kiln for the Mewrs Jnmci0 this place him just completed two of tin handsomest chimneys ever built in our town for N L Ware who will have when completed the neatest cottage iIn thin town Mr Dickens also reset nil the grates In the Day House which will greatly improve their heating facilities and be a saving in fuel He Iis a muster workman and any one needing his services should see him at once as he con templates leaving town after this week followingbirthswife of Will Edwards on Laurel a girl to tho wife of Andy Dlnnkcnshlp of Gutsy a girl to tho wife of John lint lilfe of Stillwatcr a boyWill McKin ley The two former it will bo observed mire disfranchised Democrats and the hope is that nre the latter becomes II voter there will be only a memory of the Republican party Miss Minnie L1ayreturned Saturday from Vcst Liberty where site hall beet in attendance at the Morgan institute Seventy two teachers retried on the first day mind very few who hold certifi cates in tire county failed to snow up She says that under tho instruction of Ircf GL M1 Elam of Lawrence the in stitute was a grand success An enter I ghenIneurlJerry Rose of Lacy creek did not twin the prize on sweet potatoes his brother in tan O W Cecil beating him by II scratch But what Jelly did do was the II next best thing IHe presented thou to the editor and his butter and tho way this pencil pusher punished those puts toes was a plenty They wero large and luscious and lacked not Ill sweetness The latchstring of our sanctum is il ways on the outside for you Jefly The fine crazy quilt composed of worsted silk satin lull velvet artistical Ily patched and put together withn riety of briar stitching that was displayed tit the fair by Mrs Bruce LitU wai drawn for our better J the lucky uumbei being seven which corresponds with tho number of letters in her hubbyV given name Thirteen chances were j token which again corresponds with the total number of letters in his hill name Prof II H Holly of Hazel Green Academy preached to an appreciative audience at tho Rose church on Gnistj creek last Sunday morning Hi will hi glad to visiti churches and brethren in reach of Hazel Green and preach on Ixirds Day inoriiiiurH and at other times lay churches desiring him to visit them may let him know by mail or otherwise and he will make an appointment On Thursday night September 17 Elder 1FJ Iieratt will begin a protracted meeting at Upper Salt Lick Hath county Sunday following beiiig the fourth Hun day in Septein her he will preach the funeral of the wife of Simpson Hlevins At 1010 a 111111111 at H oclock in the afternoon he will preach the funeral of W lL Hurstchild at White Sulphur Join Youiig and wife of Tazowell county Virginia and Miss American Clark anti Mrs John Sliroutof Nicholas county 1Ky lire visitingI tho family of Judge G1H Swango of this place Mr Young is the brother of Mrs Swan last named ladies mire her- D0 and the two Saunas nieces of Mrs Young Bruce Little mind wife of Gill mort tho thanks of the will please accept editor and his better I for a fine largo umpkin shown at Jhc fair Yum yum but wont the editor do justice to that lartlcular pumpkin when It is converted Into pies Well now that will bo a tight J T Pieratt leaves thin Thursday loralng to attend the annual meeting of the Christian church ut tho ports school hou o in Mcnefee county Ho says he has only one plea as he goes through the world and that is Christ and He Crucified better known as Monroe Stamper Doe tI will please accept the thank r the editor and him better J for a mew nice squirrels In the language of- of IU one vegetable 111 Linden if there any Kerqulrreli rqulrrelR 1YM ENGLIS ITO BN j 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY ngutJr rons 25 coats foals to order nt all hours Breakfast from c to R m Dinuor fromI 10 n m to 8 p nt Suppor from G to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS XitTtTe PropioX ollwe rilVYKIt JIlliiTlXU TOlICH Time following are the topics for the prayer meetings at time Christian church In this mohtltl 0tlmOvercomingJuo I r ObscttI vance Mark 2 232S llev1tiI1 Wednesday tho 23rd The Cimristia for the Time Acts 9I 1320 I Cor Ill 13 Wednesday time 30th Besetting Slum Rom 7 18Sfi Hob 1213 yourillitorlTill EIDKIW Sherilfs of Election Arc hereby notified that they must de liver the poll hooks to tho county chair man on or before 12 oclock Monday the 21nt day of September 189l The com10 mittie will meet promptly nt 1 Ip nt on I the saute day at the circuit clerks Oflic to compare time voto and issue certificated 1 in accordance with their finding in each caselo this purpose the committeemen In each dlittrict art reiui ted to meet promptly at the place and time dcnlgna ted C C HAXKH Chm Co Com WOLFE OOUNTYII I Tollvor Talk The public school IN progrllI iog Hllel1t 0 W McNabb IIIIH gone to haul oil the dying DutchmunII A revival meeting under time SlIlrili ion of Brim Tyler is in progress here I Judge Carson wan hero last week iin I I the interest of time new road down thoII river I I Willie Churl owns time finest lot of steers wo have wen fur several years inl this country MiH Familo Tollvcr was thrown from 11 purse lust week and received son severe iiijuricN lII fjiptember tlI SlllNiltt Consolation Chat iatlicrlni fodder amidcorn are the topics of the day in this section SchoolI him opened ngaiii after a vaca tion of two weekH fair and iiiHlilute Thin cool weather iIn lino for wiltI I grapec paw pans piminnioiiH etc i the country The Morgan county institute Wits conI ducted by CJ M Khun of Illaine Law rem Q county mid wan a success The entertainment at Went Liberty liint Tuesday night September I wan Otto of time nioNt laughablu and enjoyable I sights on record limo young folks who took port did exceedingly well I I Death of Brock Dull MTH Brock Dufl of Spincrr who two visiting Mr1 and Mr John KVIIIIM ti dais place wan called home by the mid1I den illness of Mr Dull who waHHtrieken with a severe case of Ilu- xLtrrulitJ Wednesday tit noon ll1 Kvaim of this place received a telcgrnr- miunauncin1 that Mr Duff waH dead nn would bo buried tOny nt 10 oclock am was a Mason and we believe Knight 1110 IylhiiM His death will Ill mourned1tII I by hundreds of people in this his native county where he had a host of relative- mud friend and none knew him but t love him He leaven a wife and three children to mourn Iris death who have the Hympathy of all Flip cauxc of death wits hemhorrhiigc of the lbowcln Primary Election Call Xotico is hereby given that by order I of the Democratic Committee of time 2td judicial district of Kentucky a primary election will ho held in all the coutttic- composing paid district on thniird duty of I October 1HM between tho hours of 7I oclock a m and I oclock p in CorI for tho purpose of nominating Demo cratic candidates for the offices of circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for I lIlIiti district to be voted for at the NoI vember election 1807 At said printer election time polls will bo opened lit thm I regular voting places in all tho voting preclnctH of each county in said district I This August 18 J89GIED CAUAHAv Chairman WM Good Secretary ANTKt8KVKUAL PAITItFUMIKX 11or women to travel for rtnnonidble en biiibedJyiuie In Kentucky sharp 780 payable 11i weekly and expense lion lerniBiicnt Reference Enclose itlfaiblreM fluBlldlagChicagoI ChicagoTHE HERALDI IFORI J y liii a- O ii1lii e i iDilte o mal aad 1 xCpaxeit to tl NckrsIo U The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky TIle NeXT session BegIns Sfipiemfifir 1 1896 Full Courses SU8tniucd ill Every Diimrlmont KxpoiiHoa tho Lowest 1e1isuiplinu tlio FinuuHt Instruction Thorough Special Courses in Bible Shorthand and Typewriting and Drawing also Business jj f t- EtKeepP JJ n full line of fJruvIryfI t IH the host opportunity in tho mountniiiH to obtnin education nt u smnll cost Ontnlogiio nnd nilI1VM IEb CORD Z1 incxpnXe TJ J M HAVENS PRACTICAL 1IJJ Jj tjjRepairing Fine Watches nnd Gold Syootnoloa a 4spoolalty anythinginFine Silverware see us IiWe can save you big money 1f lT i 3f VT g Pt- oO iA o KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY o dry o IJIIIIcntllluJWhUItla I fijIi mOIDJS1illJ JIIIJI IfHazel Green Ky r1fI1 i lilliuury Notions Dross IIr1 lepuhlio in invitod anti thoir jjdt I I jjJ ICI connection InII WSI I 1 j i rH = = r i fY= Y = = = J DAYn I ROLLER MILLI I now linvn my Huller Mill lu frtorder toad guar urea IIN K lIIll1ll1r UN ctlluII iiiiulo on nuy 111111111 Ilic Htuto where good vliiut iIN rurulfilifd I I will buy Wliciit nt lime Hljrhot i 1111a11111111luor rlntl any attmttyor iinuiy wheat OM It would work to time tlli iiivuiitutu of the mill iiofiiI the mill to report to me soy cause of com pluint they puny have from uuy employe or time rollmud iiuriiiitoe to milltfy nil Jut cliilfiu n n I Intciitl to deal fair ami llbcrul with the people and trust they wilt favor nueI enterprUu for the gaud of time entire cum munityThaukliiK the people for their liberal pat rotmge I am very re peetfully J T DAY T COLVI- NTRIMHLE W WITH BROTHERS W1to1esfe rooers MT STERLING KY THE HERALD t 08T IN QUANTITY BEST IN Q- UALIWORMSI WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUCE f FOR 20 YEARS RemedleetEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED MX AM UKUaUMTM IIaOLD rfttt kr iiirti 6 n tocii THE JCCIDEHT8 OF LIFE Write to T fl QDIICCBV Drawer ICO Chicago 8ecie try of the STAR ACCIDXXT CoHfAMY for iaforMtkH regarding Accident In ur Race Mention thli paper By to doing you can ears mrnbenhlp Ice Ito paid ovcrooao +I ccldenUI Injuries a De your own Afest Jo MEDICAL EXAMINATION WQUlllJUi HB MAUPIN REED PEEBiCot WHOI SALE ICY GOODS KOTIOK8 tv e POttTSMOUTHT OHIO 18 THE BEST ADVERTIHIKG JMEWPM JN EAI3TEIIXYxif 1 qs J rt JVI o T tr raii TIlE HERALD BPKNCCR COOPER Pubiibifc HAZEL OREN I i t KY STICKING TO THE FARM Ont drain tHtcMI IftXvyor vet iChnnffeA my mind you IlAlt For wife and I have had a talk nod both of That un agranII trouble round ui awamj And hfndlnt what ltilll 11 ro 19ft will not soil the tarns 1 stood iirwn Inn knoll today and lonkod the old place oer 2 thought ILnever I looked no frenn am I Tho clover hnd a redder hue this areek a Isweeter song iI Tho And ImoUINJI hack my soul to thrill I Strain I heard my axs soot HJXHI the wocrfl ed hill A sturdy lay I wielded It und whtoUw a- my toll tA farmprH urchin stout and brawn product of till sell OUhtulone nl hta nt the winter when txj tore the roaring blaze I at and pored enrtiiitMrwl for Maonuley sI fitlrrlnir lays Until nbflvo the try wind that awantaentM I ho ridge 7 aormm to hw r the shout of brave I fora tlu5 nt the hrhheeJ Why on tho form which now t orwa with stops n lit tiff slow Ijrrew to stalwart mnnhoAd In the eher J Inhwl long RJO 7tohNllMl there hehlnd tho plow and with the sickle keen 1 out the Koldnn henrded Rrnln for forty your I ween Unto tliR hnune whnrn I was born non day I brought n nrlde Arid llnnrmh Jnnon beloved face has nnvo- rlft my ulrto ll npnh tliHt root weve lived nnd planned and the rll the ehlldrnn wed And twice In that old fnrmhouMn denrn lit lie onn lay dent fWevo talkedl thin mistier over Hinnah I Jane and I today 1 know I until Id sell he form to Unnk r Itxrn dray Jlut you nuMlnl draw t111 pnperi tip for I hili old hand of mlnn sty name upon the cntell deer will Hover never sign- it mlMht hnvn been the clover or thn hlnli that flllml the wood With JlOnIIt may have been IIoodl flnnnahii klaw n lovInK and no ItlrHl illut than It makes nailirreremm for I have olmtiKwl my mind Txit Kxrft Ikrnp his mnnny ho can MQ It bend lhy- or tItwhen wn two old people In the lltilh churchyard Ifn Our boys who live whore tlwiminmlii In tin mighty clues swarm flVIII hhnhnI Tint yoiMlMiwinRo Hrru Orny con hldn lili tine the deed wn will not sign Jor sixty years upon the farm my good old wife and I llnvo andthereYrs let UN call the farm our own until the sunnnon5 om0 And ofthnflo burn till pnporn luwyer anti Ill KO hack Yao till form IK ours until we imnii away =l U HarhntiKh In Ohio 1armir jllllJ POISON OF LOVE laY IIWKNUOIKN OVIIITONr Tho IOHininiitllnif olllcar WIIM scaled JIILJIt Iota high noon iiililHiiinincr and Arizona mud though tlu numb WIIM as tool IIM 0111mat adults van IK In tier Avuatlmr the tinijoi WIIN inoiijtln his brow In 1iitlru dlitoiiifort I I ejmoulmtiah1lilnk PVC of his wedding tin very ilny before lie IIH to ho inurrlud Its u beastly un jilciiHant thlnjf to have to do Hut Im VM O old for u trip like that UOWIIIIHUII lhe Hick Mat llonderKonj mullnIbuugr MIIIM wife may the nny minute row lirldfjo wont bo back from Irani until tidy tomorrow morn lug basil youn ilinlf duud pruuloiiM hoxpltul we have 4 nd ofllccr of Uti day htjddoM Then Moreover Howlnnda about tIn only pan who eatt handle thono thhiK right nnd not mnko a mean of IU ller got to lift tlutts till 1 inljiht bo itble to innnnfje time bust HOBS HitppoM yoti lot him take my IIrlJHIYou look till It now dont you Pretty healthy Hpcclmen youd be to nand on n rude like that un wouldnt hurt me and It Wright do mo Rood I ask It OH n favor major Well I wont lIowlatidH IUIIIJ1 llo rang limo hell for his orderly nmllitlitI thnt unduly erect IndlvidunlI to iind Flout lowland give him Utn command jlng olHccrn compliment nnd ny hft would llko to Met him In Uiu adjutuutn 1ofllo Iuniedlntely When the orderly hud gone on Ills wily i jiuvluUiig llriggs tilted buck In his choir twltli its burnt ornament of Q M1- a nnd fingered hlii sober knot and vntchcd the ilea circling with n faint burs In tho center of the room Tho I Aomuinndnnt turned iiix attention to n legalcap document much underHCored and lined In rod ink and glrinml uu lunprrilong JJe keaustart now stud be back by uoou to jnorrovc ty t t r z tIoC KtUII UrIYK 6t con I1 IVippane lioH ages the rennon for It J Itr suppose so IIMCII itd Hrlggll lies a ncnulblc fellow Yen Imes mnilblc Ilrlgga ngrfieil The mnjor full thnt his Junior olllcer was not oxnctly uneotirnginir Whnt the deuce would you have me do thou he nnppcll- Ioft IIIB gO II leant UK plRhmdcd its n donkryl1 thundered the ImljorIt You HliHiitgn4li I tell you All right hilt Id witjicr tint 0 be nrounrl u hin you rend HiwlHiiJ thnln till Its a rude Interrupt ion of Invra young dream Youv my nympntliy in youve gut Ihr tnlkhg ti do lit ru he conitit Shall I help you nut or miy I goo risked the brfiro soldier rlmnjf and looking lough lily toward the titter thlIclanked mud IIf knocked down an Arlll JJlejrHiter fur 71 Vhilr he tyar picking I it ip Ilovvlnnd amt in lit wan ilhel regi11iontt hontthaI Ho hnd n twrif JAW atifl ntmight mouth bum the jaw lookwl Mpinriir andI the mouth utrnightir jiat now He fore saw noinethtiuf niipleaiwnt when nu cHitght Sight of Itrigir and the major ItriKK Inns mnll ant thin the major was short ant tat and both wrrv tin- nanally i Imprewmd with Him IHIMIH stat 1IT1II Iceh oQtiuneneud the romninnd 1I Ing ollle r nnd dojfftrtd tic I leynlinpI document rind ftttnlghtcned out ajrnini I lh Howland ellsir 1ch IIve got to naif you diMictnl unpleasant thing Howlnnd II will try to niiHHtr It innjor Not n jueMtlii not n rltlllll It Homethiiig Ive lot to awk you to fIll und byd01e Id rntlier be hntIAnything I ein do for you I nhall hII moftt lmp y to See hurt rillIaway and Fn no and fnt and Mrlggn la just out of n fever and hnrdly nblet to stand you know oath surge one hItI got to go up to the ngfiiey mind quiet n tier salting the bucks about the bee t issue Whoever goes IIIIH got to go now IuIII gut there In a hurry IIsupiwee I might Attetiit It I Hiipjiose I might hilt Id nuke n me s of the hindneaM I Ii cant mnnnge thow buekM I Ins my temper too fnnt und then I ln 110 fat sold1 tho miijor adly HriggK Insist upon going hut you new In nhoiililnt I wont i How him to Dont you see how I lIs Thorea onlyI you available Certainly sir Ive pot to ask you to do U to pre vent a Int of trouble I know you are going to by miirrlcd tomorrow and Itw the most dtMigrtenidtf tiling I Iter hnd1 to do to wild you away today Hut you nee how it lIs he reiterated Of eourne I ICi air and Ill 11I101 rcactlsvlthI plcnaure hill atlll Ill go I enn get bnek by noon CIIllIorro1I1111 I Ihiitll gle me time tohhnveand dre IID udded with n grim Ninile They dixeuHHcd till matter nt soul length and Howland went togetonlilM Ncnuting elotheH for the long lint ride tlirougli diiHt nn dryint Hat elioklnt IIM flour nrd to say good by to mitt Trow bridge i youngest dnugliter Like the prlneeHH of fairy lore she teen ax good its slut its beautiful nndi had llcht hair munch brown ryes And1I dlmdeM atilI clinging fiiiliilne wnya Howlnnd was badly in love lend bets for severalI years but ninny things hatI hitppened to prevent his marriage AtI IIrllt lot Itt1 hndn Hiother 11111IIIr 10 tuipport on a Monond leutenantM piy i then IH winter had married rind IIIII mother had Jled HO his fortune wit all1I hla own but nt thnt time DorlnTrow bridge wan engaged to marry another man When she found that ahe en red more rill Howlanil than for her Dance she broke tlm engagement slid WUH inerK and tearful tutu tiHhamed of herself fun month until slit und Howlnnd nr rangetl things atlnfietorlly botwetn them They were to have been married1 six months before hilt Howland wm ordered oft on n pcotit i and three month ifter that she had been at the point oK tenth no now though thin season it unpropltioiiN they hue deterinlned to tnku time by the forelock make till miitit of the chance visit of a clergyman anti be married hi the middle of July At this juncture Howland WIIN being sent away mud he grew deaperate- NevcrthclcHK hIIRld goodby to lit tin MUs Trowbrldge with evemplnry cnlmncHN and WIIH more carefulI than site not to ahow depre slon- Youll come back tturolywontyou shebeggedOf I will gooncy Iont I go to tho agency on nn average of twice u month nenrly nil the time I know lint some way this scents different Howlnnd ngrecd with her but he laughed nt her for all thnt Its Tiko the legend of Sir Olof I Isnt WI lie went nwny the night before he WIlt to Ixi married ant nn ere maiden mado him tile Theres nothing HO fnaclnntlng ns nn ere mnlden nt the agency loons the pity It ho told her Then ho sent anti role oft under thn scorching suit In n cloud of dust two koldtcra behind him tend all well mount edThn girl vrn tched him Mntllahc could sea him JO longer unit wont Implls Into tho tent to mutt with a white face ape cloned llps and dry tye loqkhig at the Wr Uaof the parndegroutiJ t- y Howland held u long council nJth tlm chiefs anti Very nenrly aticeetKled IIn fettling the ditHcultle before iilgit toll They talked sitting under n shelter o f willow sticks and branch Thre wnn n halt enn t oxhide on for giouiilI upon which they xtlnntttd- 1wnaftiirluriinnrpla nionte with r mck of grotrMjue ruwhldc rants andI one whlttlwl stick for an nrrow nlmft They IlkmlI Howland and they I rustedI l1101m Thla blue known MI tni55ionr of I IItlm sort iwiinlly fell to him He talkedI now earl waxiNl trey eloquent oath t lilt ehiefh ifruntrtl an the intrrprtflrr trailr II hllnIl I I they aliould lotto thou to talk matter rvur ko they Irate him return ufler i dark ilowlnnd wont away ahrrbar IOU Kven the dn lighter of one of the j 1111jo nbulwrj Tilt girl looked At him In crJj s twinkling oath Mid nothing in reply mu amoothed the bandana on her knee When hin v aa fnne she rotr and stoodI n front of hrrtprrtnwahh hits Ollt lit sght an thtv fait hairrl white lad door ti few liouri Itfton j After n time she put the linndkci chief on her htnd and went in the three taken nand him It wai oinsk tint 1 I 111Ihad Iwgiin to whine and I I I 11Ij r I hrIj I 1 r luring In nnotliT inn ii Hhe wrist up iHliind tutu nnd touchedI him on the hoitliler He fuevill atw- linlaiNrkrd t I what situ wiinted lint for IIIIIj bright handkerchief on her head Ithe would not hnve1 n niemlK ri d her- r When tie raw thnt he ktnlled and tho iifr eneoiirHged lbegan H Iprotcatiitlini 1 IM deaperate Mtxagr Juno in the moat i ten of oieeaand broken of lKngllah inter Mr ed with Apnehe tutu Mesienn Howland anawerrd her kinlilamid to her culmlonrd plettdinga umlled In her toner face gnu tuiiird away 1 1u liemjMi you conic sill raid i j vli Hng of Ire him und gimplng his bond I I snlIIsiltedI poMt ticmno I aunts ace yniir father Site Hung the hand from her mid bur tied ulV loco the aliudow with u low Mlllirl late nt night AS lluwland left tie council of the lentos n hunilrel yards from the ramp a woirnn strode up t I him ii 1 witlautt ni y preface IropHMl1I nt his tri nnd cnight his hnndNnnd ie i rated the story of lice wixiig pimoinii In the scone mnnolone as tinkling tind1I iniialcal an the Miiind of a crystal hell Hut Hovland had completed hincin lhussysuit ra fully and was in niiMle to return to tlie ttimp during this nightI andllI iiiimrntlv COOIICKM MI he iulieil1I bet aHy with n dingtutcd YamooMel gnu hurried on Yenra ego thrill were still polMincd I aniixvH u11d orciiMionally weiipunxI deadlier thou the popular rille or car bine fur their Mcratch wax fatal The head tsar dipped In a IHMMOII curiously mule A lilt of liver quite putrid uns hold iMfore n nittleMiinke until he hue Injected his cniun into it time andI time again After a few more tiny r thin virulent IIlIhWIIS put iiuui the jMilntM of the arrows t cnrry ngony andI dbtnolulion to vluithoeer the touched It flax one of the e arrow that How land jerked from hits tint a few mo inentM later as he wont into Ithe hut wallingHeexamined It intently while the blood dripped over his diiaty biM t One of the men awkcd him how it 1ml hup pined whll he Nut ojen tin slutA IkIr likely It UIH riot unu friendsrThe woman lie rid not mention He lunkeItitI I I Iho arrow ngiiin Its poi Mimed I trues Itnther hunt luckhe 111rIharutrluck Then he gave tin men a de Ktnilyd account of what he had done and accomplished that they might tell the major In cuss Ihe hlniMclf should be jNixt Mpeaklng Tho ngency doctor was i lt on n twodnya liiinting trip NO till sol Biers bathedI and dressed the wound and made Ito eland drink the content of a large llnak of whisky Hut he or tiered her horse and WIt Ixick to the pout iKverthele across the long glenmlngI plain of Mind under the pur ple arch with its Mars of glimmering gold three weird dark flguro follow III nightAnd over the furoff thick motintninK just ns the dawn bretuc Mprang uji mind blew on lily Nwollcn and burning face Just ns thI throllJhIhcaupportlng him In hU saddle drew up at the hoHpltnl At two oclock n stretcher carried the hOIInf Lieut Howlnnd from the lion pitnl to his quarters nnd the fling wni put nt hllltmlllltSnn KrancUco Ar gonnut Our colas nrc really ma named mud should bo styled copper coins lhe three cent nickel contain 75 pop cent of copper nod only 25 pei cent of nickel The ordinary five cent nickel in common tibia has the lIme trccfourthof the latter t r i DINNERGIVING ETIQUETTE i Iolnt lo lie Uli+ erred liy llotti llottmt unit lucTime dinner la this moHt important of social ceremonies It in a functlouam ohwrnance n olemnity tht mot Hat lerfng form entertainment that fan he offered to a Karat oath no such it should lw duly resuvctetl ruin njipre riatrd The art of giving dinners that j tier at once dignified delight rill nod Us I tlngiilalied I la n nire one yet it Is po wl I Nu to HchJeve it with n mere expendi tare of time and pains ill well Inid out thntlt IUn mantel that each ellrllllr are the exception and tint the rule among Itit An n rule the dinner ila regardel iito an mTnir of rtelproelty and cople I who do not jric dlnncra tlumwrltes are but eliloin naked to dine except III the i ruse of stray girlsI or bachelors nuked chletly to slap a gnp DiniKrKivlnif Iis built the most coally form of hospital itv vhen it IM largely inilulged in and pi ople who en n not Kiss dinner na they IhOlllll1I given had much better not nt atempt them nt all lust conHne them 1aeltea to lea formal entertainment of dances luncheons lirtMtknMia mud ordi 1awry At lianas The dinner iit the one socialI function in which the host plays aa Important part IIM the hastens IIIiis nnine npHara with hoer on the in vital lone sad Ilie dislw rises liOMpltnllty In the aamc active iniiwnre na herself Hut though modem euitoni hiss roblMd bin poitt of much of im ancient glory III this wny of carving heavy dlah a an- dwisrintxnrIlrisrtillthrhnldernftheI fOft of the inble with all tIlt dignity which that PCIfIIUOII entails Thr length of n dinner invitation tarlca with the aljwI and Importance of the dinner For a hirgv nndI ct icmonl oita one two weeka notice ilto required nnd this n itlee in sonnet tines extended to double that time For MIIIIIIIIWc1 in formal dlnncrn from live to urn days siot iro Is sulllclent Printed cards my Ix umd on which hlnnks are left for the JIll mli of the hoat lionlcaa andI giieata beta mldreaa mud hour Theml enrd are lilt rule only need w hen the dinner Ila one of ceremony Invitntiona to amnll dinnera are trenernllv written anti vary in frlendlim MM with the in formality of the entertainment They are written in the third pemon If it is u frietvly nr1 tir111 Inr Jn wJ r t+ heth no invitation ilw friendly or formnl it Hliould hr mi Stctrrd within 91I hours after ithuts item rrceived Dlnnrrgiving Ila unlike any other species entertainment in thnt it laI allImiMirtant to lime n certain tiutnler of Karats to count upon anti In 1select them with diacniioti It isi neee+ 1ear to allow H hoatcaa niiiple Hilt to invite other x eata to Mil the plarra of IIII1VIIto leaned in the joint tingles of hoat lUll I urterr though of cnume MIC hoNteMU writes the note IrII note convey it hlrIthough name In accepting or regretting Tin invita tion tuny be sent tutu miHwered cither tlIl1tIjKopIe are prlHUntlty tint to dine not beeause they glee nanny dinners in return hilt been uac they iru reeognlxed an gixxl tlunergntHts They an generally provided with plenty of tillIJIIIout rnrnt tin It IIn one of the most valuable lfH1M xcHHlon There lire otlierx who rniiMt be naked UK n dutynit account of the din yliens they themselves give and who vex the righteous soul of a hoMens no often OK slitI has to Include their immeKmnoiii I the list of her guests She knows very well that their mere presence will roll or n mighty effort to keep the dinner from beinir a frost and llfIlfl they will probably1 outweigh till fortt lhllndelpliln TI rlllllII ltlrite of 1 1IMince two doyen liimlshHI clams ery line Fry hnlf a minced onion In an rune of butter mulch to it a pint of hot wnter n pinch of mace four elovcs one alli plee and six whole peptcr corns Ioll 15 minutes mud strain illtnII a sauceMin adil the chopped limns nnd a pint of clnm juice or hot water sin mer alowly two hours atrnin n met rub I tJlIlifIJiclHllIrll I lukewarm Hoil thrw half pintH of milk in ammopan previously wet wilhImeld wat4 r which prcvcntK burnin and whisk It Into the soup DlsIII11111111111 fill of Hour in cold milk ncltlI it to the soup nmle for asonlng pent it gently to near boiling point IflllrtIII withhilIerontonsInAn Ilifiirtunnle Mperrlu- I a I never pnaa a Fourth of July with nut remembering the awful break I made several years ago side a Wnter I street business man purr wa a Clevelander with whom I wan slightly acquainted only knowing ethigswhenn certain f firecracker holiday I met tho man and I nodded in n friendly way t 1 Hupjwse I sold in n manner thntwaa intruded to be jocular thnt you tins I goneC11hala HharjJy I wn chump enough to repent my remark and he lookedns aIhunnercloudnwnyI C that5e I wifeIKO egotistically uaUlveClovdand VJuiu Dealer I 1 A LITTLE NONSENSE lira IhnldXo my husband hasnt thou much for JS years lira QlrlhrllinIII1H he been an Invalid nil intai1 heal a trovenimtiit employe lnbIngton Iimes Its rtIsnge thnt tints jijcje should fancy that Tom llninscosnl e I hur Ihry are engaged YuIHhI- Ilt8 him for his strength 1 didjt know hp lint nny Strengthblue think h lids Phi MW him raise a car iriiidow nt the first nttempt I leve Innd Iluin Denier You hnve H very complete estab liwhment here an id Ithe ctiMoimr to Hie proprietor of tine of the large N w York lip ftootla stones white Waiting for hja ehnnifc lint I IhhIC1IIIIht improtp It by this Introductlnii of a few IlKhlnlnx change nrtlnta Yonkers tattsmaii Mamie sabll l Mauill hose jon ftudifd tie Mninclnl question iinyT Ixe rend the iKndlinca in the IICUB nnpert What kind of inonev do tau want nilver or gold I Illit goid web tIll prompt replv lined dollars wake nurh 11IfIly Iwngle nnd tnajijc theyll come III style ngnin Washing lot Star oIUlt untie that young nmn stay HO Intr naked the fnher 11 vit to talking about the coinage question said the fnir daughter and did not no tier the Might of time I dont think that story will do nd thuhl man C who diteusa tinIVople eoinnge ques tion make n lot more in iae I than 0111- 0rHcl1Indinnnpolls Tournnl Couiiitrl for for DeiVusi That my client ias driven to commit this halt limn sheer nccrMuity is iiundnntlv dein anntniteJ by the tact Mint he onlv took the small niuount of hard coh which wax in the ilrmvcr n id Iit1IIl1t touch the ocketlxHk with INMI marks lying clone by IndgtNnsv JlrbIHr KIJ what are you crying for lri tan- erroibing1 I never saw tlie pocket lank Hluatritrs Sonntajfblattt A CHEERFUL SPIRIT Dejiiiiiliney In Ono of thin Soreil lvll of llfo- II itciit lift1 U full of miws ai cIaximJ ounelintf the keeping up of a lease heart duringidveraily lain titsI iriltiirea frequently sry lie of gMilI ilaer 10 the dovvnhrnrted inl the nilicted Oneof thr givnlent phlloxop iiit liter uture tervaiiles rolls the iiM11 into the sinsof i bail uf epigiiin lire he nukes one of his Characters si A pood In nrt brenka bUll luck To niUMt uf those who an ntik in the depth of Hiherslty who M e no puni lilt rny of IIIOJH to Illumine thei lath miy to thonv who front the continued iinhapplncaft of their livr seem in 1iMiirly phrase to unit Item horn to had luck nil ailjiirMtioriH to keep up a stout Inart or to IJof good cheer have a- tr11utiirnlI nxpcd of ItollowiMss They ire the preliminnry to the utiier very pretty nmxiniM that soy that every cloud IIIH a nilcr lining and Chili tin darkest dour IK just Iwforc dawn And je era matter of feet tin1 keeping up of t Mout heart hints a mn iciil dfeet in Us pelling ten Ic cloiidH nnIca11d1 jttlnjf cxen Illluck Use of till honest cvils with which man or woman can be nlllicte I is elti xindencry It curtails the Irs of rcaihtnnce lo the evils that fircntcn gad niagnifles the foes Unit rsaih It presents a yielding soil to tJe Medi from which proceed half of tit Miialler evils that nssnll mankind A hop Irss mil is the one moHt oMn to iits iilrs- of the derlruJr and it lit ii t lie depths i If demj oiulenVy that the flr rlrutll of nnd womanhood tire thrntvn 11t to complete t hi misfort it nl H th1t- lines gone before There is at such limes ccryth in nriliitainin a hold front MisfortunesI themHeM iinii r away before valiant Jienrt literally as 11 fin n hound will down before a ilf trnnlned rye There have hero ninny inslaneeM in history w5cr nuMiing hut Mie pretence of a powc that teas sot iictunl has cirnelll terms iIII battle which could rI otherwise liavt Inm obtained bald Ithr wholesome result Nnle lv of the mnintniningofa bold heart hunS been celebratedi in proie oath verse nn her tIlt familtnr story of Ilulsrrtliruce hall the spider There are many wnyHof npplvinff this wholeMiine spirit in thin little dilHciiltlf of life thoHct hut assail exen thckltclifn gut the dlnlngioom of thf hotiMMyif where they are by nomennsof little hllllorllllllIit takes n lease spirit lit time to brook tIll indolence of the help or to Mtlll11 tic strHSitr bleak nge of blue china or to view Jfue N1HIs on the parlor carpet as iif tnkf brunt Kplrit to meet igreat flnnncUl iliflleiiltiex or to admit at tIll last Ih t Minus loved one has gone Into forbid n I paths Hut III l1rtllltI 1I Jlmcl hrorl will allcvlntc till pain mud titter nplaa out of till tltllcoltJ rind stand eau huh tier ngnlnat fresh assault Let not lDo old xaws oath maxims be rejected then s fore UK tares parley lct theta be tiled iin every ease each Iit will be found that 1 iitt- Ilium1Iribunt tlllrc is as mllth truth ilK lactry r q A Iliiiniirtnt jl+ ulhuclesHiIlJ Is getting to litII quite n humorUt lied wood I havent noticed it 4 lie IM i PUIICt1 his Ihllltt yistertI Jllllhe tats sttiug on the torch wlthb Poet over the rolling where tits jM would atriki1lVm HeTsnliTheWtt t ting h cant or Inn on his IhoesCUT i land Plain Dciler v i r v rr e THE FARMING WORLD l PARAGON CHESTNUT Can lie boon HurcrMiulljr In Mutt of the Northern states t Ipwnnl of UOOUlOO worth of nuts inoftly chextniit nn lmiMirtcd annual jy Intfl the Lhlfpd1 Httites jet chestnuts arc MlllliR M nVfouich PIT inixhel ut this time ns they did during the war At present prices theru in no snore inviting field In all horticulture than tin prow ingof Improved l1ltst II lit At this time when the prices of many farm products ere uvglng on the cost of pro duction anal soiue going far below It Improved chest tiats not only yield n larccr profit to the grown but pome ORAKTKU 1AKACtON CHKHTNUT rlUIoII lime monks letan grove once planted Ira source of gut I revenue for generations I own a fuiin if 1411 acres at 1 ICnillle Ia told him near Lieu grafted Paragon dim nut triiH his ear old Minute nf the lives wire fruit six to tight iiinrlN of nut per tree thl fell This grove of chest nuts IIHH icliled more revenue for the vrnr I ivii than nil till rest of the fitin Itarge trjfits nf hntlMoittthlror ehc t nut planting can he Kiugln lit thtlul inrs to ten dollars per turrJoeph I Lotrtt in Kami Did Hume CAPABLE FARM HELP to Muny rtrl of tin iiiiutrv II 1rry IMIllrilll In Meurc- Tilt1 scarcity of good hands for tier farm in many putts of the coiinliy lint been the subject of iniieli comment hut no way has becy dexiMd to supply the Jemind ill a fair rale of wages despite tin fact that IIlititS and towns ute filled with ablebodied men xvho ait inviou fur MUM meant of earning II llvlihood The truth in that them men willing if tunnyof then undoubtedly ire do not mail good farm hands Three four tit cads s ago xvhen lirnte forte xxa one of tin greatest reiilrements fur farts work nay turn xxith a broad hatl mill liraxxny arms could he iitlllrd ot tin farm to good advantage hut now it lakts ni ir skilled luhor to run a farm iitul menu ho have out learned the trade arc next to IHMICMS We want snort farmers these days reed fewer lousl uhuiitsii never see the groups the hun t dreds of idling men and buys on the Mivet corners without thinking Oh f the pityof I Itl The trust of them an bright enough nit quick enough I t learn and would make goodI farm liboi I era if they could once he caught aid re r talinil tied ttuurlnwtty from the oltxj tt- t tnvngrryand shiftlessness S WI need a school of agriculture S prnetleal institution for just such frI If ot us i 1lIo1I that xxonld not II want In IIs profcvsorH and editors mm st liet irers and tilt like xvhen they MuKh ll It practical course in agriculture hut tl who wUIlItIIKwllllllgtIlIlJlIII thcknowl t edge this hail acquired in helpingI us its u our farm work and in gaining a lixeli lood for tJniiiMlves Knrm News fV tit PICPEN POINTERS tit IelC you tan start ulih a stoup Iul raclute herd of 1horieghbrrtls you are ItIOrtllllllh and tilt tilt thigh rond IMMIC BSthM upshort Muupnct hwJy in a sow JS- HIJIrecnltl a trndcucy to fatten and iiiit to bring large Jitters Slect IhoM xIth hlaInug bodies vkHl ronniJeil i i1i amJ Jen ItS to txvelve teaj j well spread spurt ter 1eorlr jHindcnt front Old Mexico it IVB the AincriciHi ling it ripidly abi tie IngI In fatnr they oxviiyr noth to lite It Rood ijiiality of the Hunt and thcoonI the ider he dhrcnnce in brier hctxirtJi ak the two countries ue ou euino Jpush till hangs too fr U H flntclsI1tthat= ties haiitii do tint make as good nw of lou0tf keptlaabar IbeEprrhnrltte wills Rhea wheNt etc Uullellu 4 2 of Oregon station gives feediugshenIthrst11 ItyisIothat both stars and pigs eat ffrouml grain with greater relish anti make most rapid gains much of the obt panttlthroughBeliedl is that It IH economy to threidi flj raadgrind what intended for stock feed hb1t tiring this experuaitt Iits ryes found lA tUlateookrdandmashed pot IttMS mlxetl ft1mlhgrountl whcllt or limn ninke n cheap Gttp andbr they rapid gaum rtz MANAGING THE BULL There U No nh IUlklacOneIi Hnndllnjj n hull with a staff Is safe hutIhuntm1thtlllle atltllIlIlwhen I hnd to titme butt pntouse n staff and conciuiliMl to try two ropes with a man at the tad ofeach rope I was tulle of the men the hired man was tho other An noon iiHwi fot out of the door the hired tuna htuinbled and fell For tnnately the hull started after him In Htend a1 me tend I WOH able to hold him theII the hires mai was able to hold lint until we pot Mm moved to his quarters safe Iiy yardthate lv that he could not get hn head through nullso high that he could stat jump over and there lit xtnyed until hu vns Ullkd Vheu he was to he uxid ho- St tilt driven Into one side of his IxrniadII- II bar wok sllppetl through the patewtiy in the JIIIIrats was turned Into the other side of the yard and after one or the olier wits driven to one stile It mat glIhllIIHllhAll this coiilil Ibe timeI with either n tang whip or hunch of hay to coax the I 11t1III err in ue dlYsly llklllK ones life 11111 the piiiee of mind that one linn lie known that then IK no tinnier 1111 IN appifhcnili IK worth all ItIwltl 0111 put up such n Mifetv pen many thies oyt r AN EXCELLENT TETHER try CIIIM nullill wheni l nlv u Ire Ani mal Art IriThe ciil hoWH u tether wlileh I lone bi1n iwhud found wife fur any of the unfit uiiimiils The old trayof driv tug a stak iito the ground 1I11111tying n rope Is tcrjt dmiKeroiiH niHiiy u home has had a fIt made mre fruit hirrrg- with the roux bcKldes very often Iwhig thrown I have JMCII a bourn lie down roll get up and have a gaud phlywhile hocked to the tether I kept a IK rut hitched out nil last Mummer with one bcciiiiM II mold not Its caught win n turned lco e I It will lit found cry con M 1 neat wlicn only one cow iin kept II in made im follou A Is the pole 1U feet lolly by IIssy inch thick nnd live Inchen wide whir the pin jwsnes through which should hint onrfonrth the length of the stick front the end The loiitf end tiny be tapered down to AN Ill lldN71ETIIISIt two inelien As there Iin no strain on Ilse pole Kldcwlseit nerd nut be setsnttotig It is a Murk of hurl wood Irt Inehei I bug fontI inches Mpuire with a lilt rut III fur the pole to play in The hot torn end has a holeI bored live Iiiehei drip ho Unit it will turn freely on tin end of th Iron lUll which IIs driven i into the ground Should the animal III headstrong and the ground soft the liar might hrI pulled over IfI a Plea of tubing Ibe driven into the ground r fcv Inchec and the her set Inside It will not be tipped out A short rope illi tin till end of the poly for convenience to hitch to n iis nn Iron bar IIv n short plMc of tubing K a Pill or kettle with weight siilbVleiii to balance which isI eiisily MI tilT when musing I use an ordinary iron her which Iit found on be stuck by bandmtst1 farms md 1111 iIlMtlllltttIilllI theOnly in s srrl few rmund t+ N suf hews I fill II III it n1ty the tubing KII J Calesary to me in Knrnl New Yorker rlr Uhot thou us Animists There jis n hug on exlilbitlun ut Kanf man Tex which is erhaps the largest Iliving Jiog It in foiirvearsiijiJsiiHl rsns raised In JulMTtwin rnuntyIrxlltkrut sold siti 11iuiltbs ago it weighed iCiU i iunK llr te right feet hues Inches lung four Get one iiidi mcuMirc six fed round ibr neck eight fret around the body and 3 twlll around the furtr nrin ills fort err as large lilt thoM than Ommon1111ttielegl bone larger t He IK 1 oland that of tllltlWIrllHe sets corn like Cliina rout Urdlersey an ox tnkts the whole ear In his mouth nt nee and ratw tin cob n carnoctirnn- cnrn1ntiu fn tit to 5II at nmeal TherrHcems to be no surplus flesh on him anti phyxlcianx who have lw can easily lIre cxainlned the hop Kay made to reach 2 oo pounil 1IrithJ HflBluili- sl a result of the existence of u cattle the humbler eludes of trust In JUlgium there art farccl to pur till iwpulntlon beef liiiKtf liorwllf nil IS a MlwtlttKo for thinedonj the KpoSntlon of cattlepast from the United Stated and elgluin nwliirV to Canada his been prohibited i of laglglecase j ff = L L SHOT FOR A COMPANIONS 1IFE Cut the Hope by Vlilrh He Ilunc with a ItttteHuttet5 Wr CutHffe hype tells th storyof n touple of younjf KngUnhmcu in Peru who were capture by u notariou guerrilla while lighting in the Chllini wnlce and condemned to death OIl tIiIC following eonditioiirt Thtit one xltQuli be hung by the neck froiuii tree ntii tho other given u rille to cut the rapt by shooting at It They handed me the rltle loaded and cooked It wnii n singleshot YInclie + tor and 1 found afterward though I did not know It then that either through flendlsh wish to further hamper my aim or through pure forget fulness they had left till Nights cocked up at 100 yards lint that did not mat ter The elevation was n detail of mliioi lniHrt buxidcs I was handling tin weapon its it game shut tires with hen nod ryes glued on the mark and rltl barrel following the eyes by lust met alone You trust remember lint Lhni no stationary mark to sun at My poor comrade was writhing surd sway lug at the rod of his tether and the will roH swung hither nnd thither like some contorted pendulumI Once 1I tired twice I tired six tlmex ten times and still the rope remained uncut and the bullets rattled harmlessly ngaliib the white walls of the chapel beyond With the 11th shut came the tingleI til broken glass and the bell after a couple of hurried nervous clangs ceased lolll hug altogether With the lath shot 1 shunt went uprout the watching crowd I had stranded the rope and the body which dangled below tIll mag nolia tree tvgnn slowly to gyrate Then count a halt In the tiring I banded the Winchester buck to the fellow who n8 reloading Hut some huts or other the exploded cartridge had Jammed in till breech I danced and raged before him In my passion of hut u ry iindMhe cruel linitcs round yelled In ccHtnuicN of merriment Only i arc in did nut In ugh lie rcrollcdl a frchh cigarette with his thin yellow lingers hurl leisurely rocked himself In the t11I1nIlCillill The man could out have liven mure unmoved had he bent overlooking a performance of Shaky Hpeiuc At last I tort the Winchester from the hands of the fellow who was fumbling with it and clawed at the jammed curt ridge thyself breaking my nniU nndI smearing the brccchlock with blood IIf it had butt welded into tine Miliil piece It could hardly have Item tinner Hut the thrill of the moment gave my hands the strength of pincers The hruss case moved frown side to slut it begun to crumble and I drew it forth nnd hurled It away from me a uteri boll of shapchss twisted metal Then one of the laughing brutes gave min another earl ridge toil once more I shouldered the loaded weaion IhIIlIlrl Wilt eHxier now The struggles of my poor friend hind almost ceased and though till well rope still swayed IU move ment were comparativelyI rhythmical IIIIIIltllIOWIII my shoulder nnd cuddled the with my cheek Here for the tlrst RtodI was a chnnce for something steadier limn a snap shut I pressed home the trigger as the well rope reached one extremity of its swing Again n tow loosi ends sprung from till roK and again the body began slowly to gyrate Hut wits it Methuen I wns firing to save or was I merely wasting shut to cut down a mass of told dent tiny I think that more agony wax com pressed for me In a few 11111 lilt than most min meet in a lifetime IKven the Iii look lug guerrillas were so stirred that for the first tune their gibing ceased and two of them of their own accord handed me cartridge Iiii slipNil one home amid closed the breech lock Tilt IHnllrntlnll was running In a stream from Huyehlmi Again I fired Again the wellroH was snipped 1111111I youthI sec the loosened strands ripple out ax a snake unwraps Itself from n branch One more shot Ciod III Heav en I missed Why was I made to be n murderer Tike this larciax voice came to me coldly Your lust cluimv emir I cues IK kept waiting here no longer And I think you arc wanting Ilime Your friend seemx to have quit ted us already Another cartridge I sank to one lotus aril rested my left eilHiw on the other The phi HI wni hung In breathless theme Every rye I anx strained to Flr the outcome of the shot The men might In inhuman in I their cruelty but t h1ysvr humus enough in their curiosity The IKMV swung to our end of its swing I held1 my tire It swung brick and the rule muzzle followed Like some mourn ful M ndulum It jumsed through the air taut then n glow of certainty filled mo like n drink I knew that I could not mix that tune rind I fired tumid tho body in n limp and sliajKless heap fell to the groundIearxonH Mngalne Outline Arruntoinnl Ills kind o curluiiKunld fhi8ieak rr hums to get accustomed to things how things that once xecmed strange grow familiar and come to lit till reg I ular thing and things that were once familiar grow xtmnge and odd For In I stout when the low liUvcle the safe ty as It wax then called first cam out it looked strange enough rew it is the high wheel that looks strange The first pneumatic tires looked enormous now a wheel look queer without tlienrN Y faun The Europeans lust j ear consumed 1510620 worth of American pcacliei plums nut other small fruits t Lll I r Our Fs and Other Eyes Our Is are just as strong as they were fifty years ago andiand we arc more than willing for you to see us through other eyes This is how we look to S F Boyce whole t sale and retail druggist Duluth Minn who after a quarter of a century of observation writes 41 yearsboththing but words of praise from my customers not a single complaint has ever reached me I believe Ayers Sarsaparilla to be the best blood purifier that has been introduced to the general public This from a man who has sold thousands of dozens of Ayers Sarsaparilla is strong testimony But it only echoes popular sentiment the world over which has t Nothing but words of praise for Aycrs Sarsaparilla Any doubt about It P Send for Iha Curtbook It kllli doubts and cuict doublttt Addrcui J C Arcs Co Lowell blur ri 0r tiiJ Why buy a newspaper unless you j1J I can profit by ttt m cents you can get almost as much j i STit uBATTLEAXttas you can of lie 0 other high grade brands for 10 cents m Li11 Heres news that will repay you for mi LJ the cost of your newspaper todayrm gfl C rJ r HARVEST i EXCURSIONS TO THE PARK UJTD8 AND PEIKOPIL cITIES 0 THE West Northwest and Southwest The Hirllagtofl Rode and Mess fittera rallroaduwill all F7CURInVIf rluILTfl AI vJDrL- xOOV x t ODND TXtXX JL Ctfa JL JUM on August 4 18 September I 15 29 and October 6 20 w Take this opportunity to ao and see the splendid crop that Nebraska Northern Kansas and other Western ueotlons have produced tfaim year belt your nearest ticket agent for particulars and see that your ticket read VIa the BURLINGTON ROUTE Send to the undersigned for a pamphlet ca charge about Western 7arm Lands P 8 EU8TI8 General Passenger Agent CHICAGO ILL OPIUM and lfterred Meek stet- PHt WMllIllt7weeFMbHamsII A N KE 1017 WHEN WJtITIW T8 ABVXRTIkKKM rtes rtte sus ye aan Ck olrtwi4er a1ea1a t lsmper i cJt F 0- r I x d tp e l cSTIC MATE NEWi The Louisville municipal war is about ever and outsiders norcely know what they were fighting about t Rev 0W Wesley a baptUt preacher of Lsulea had three living wives andI lot three yean in the pun At Elkton seven buiincm houses were burned down one night lest week It IIs thought to be the work of an incendiary Burglars got in their work at Cyn thiana tine night last week but failed tu secure any booty and got nabbed In the bargain Tho depot at Panota a small station on the II N I tti IU road was broken into and a small amount of canh and some tickets stolen William Trustee charged with perjury ing himself in the Wailing case is in Jail nt Newport having been arrested nt Bergen where ho was in hiding In Kutlll county at Groves saw mill Dodd Watem took a crack with a shot gun at Pete Will+ and Pete plugged t Dodd in the Htomach with n piston bull U A Ifancockof Kayette was elected warden of the Frankfort penitentiary by thu finking fund commisHioncr to be fill the vacancy caused by the death of Warden NellItg Two children wore burned to death 1 1and tho remainder of a family barely r escaped with their live at i tire in Law rcnccburg The property loss ly1111001 1 l lIvitb partial insurance ofIIIOne hundred and thirty yitidn gravel pit near Padncah caved in wad 1tlaborer aped seventy was instantly killed urory bnnw In his body being Inn ken Two othor men wero seriously injured I J KorlKing too ViiHfliil in arresting cyiltlontt Tuwn 3fart4j1r iSdgnr Park tt wlaJ and knocked down by an unkituitt aslant Hie wotiwl through I t veroii silt titjlfi The ininerMllt Oil I llllliI the dt IlenVy HMO yfttng and prominent Vunuir of ilalliird county Ia charged with killing an njrcilttand hiirinlem old iiejero lamed Sam Wwo4un whoI had sued lt iotlI for ayutl0 alleging alienation I tlf his wlfcV aflbctiuiit Ifntt OVNtnn one eentlltyntel- 4crhulla in Uni kyM nrrtWwl til I II UiSf Neek UiHfci and Id lrIre itfotl Ml old Jewish poddlw wlfi slat Uurunl wale Mlitfttd to3ijgi hut broke jail in r 111 I t W L Yarborough prontlIplncr limit tit IxivUburg is the poWwor of KID cnt1 They have bten accumulating on hitieyeral yean and aa he IotA not interfwe with tUetoi tinre Is no tolling I hnw amiss he will own in n few years longer I Tliuro WHA a shooting wrap Mt Cat lettoburg recently It Iis Mid IlarrnumI I MeCoumlw knettkud Citation Martin I down lull then Iplans tUrolher alml jtt Martin liittluy him inI the thigh ThareI jis a ijtlaml of lung ntniuling between the three men All tliu indiutmuntii returned by ItheI grand jury nt the recent tern of the circuit court ltlll slhntinJ UtpvlI opt mining lt1UttTtultlftr Ylui htttlltmllltl I were sl Iii lit n Mmilnr mitiiner and thoI two drjmeH pro being investigated by thoI urtliritiea M iJ5 It llnurne a woll known young Lexington attorney WItA caught in the aotkOf giving one of the prtaoiUW 5h theII Kuyjette county jail slot of burglar tools Oiftbeing arrested ho confessed HIM saidI that hg did it on account of limtncial dis trees 1Ie type to bn paid 2Q- OTho I main building ut the Feeble 3iiud i fd Institute nt Fmnkfoft wandmtroyod by lire last week Most of tho fijrniture was saved but ovviiitf to the inoJlicloacy of tho Frankfort waterworks tho lire de partment way uuablo to copo with the latm AH tho inmnto worn saved At WltUoibitrgi John Dyer who was indicted for complicity in the murder of John Hall was tried and sentenced to tho penitentiary for a term of two years I o Ills brother Brook Dyer was sent up for twenty yearn for tho HUIIIO oflunsu Judge Hall overruled motions for new trials In both cases Lexington has been besieged by burglars evidently woll organized Within tho past week no less than 30 houses have been broken Into and robbed inmost instances only small amounts being secured Saturday night fivok stores in the central portion of the citywere burglarized The total amount securedI was about 200 Tho police seem to be unable to find a dew t t 00001000- OOOOOOOOOO00000000 NEWS NUGGETS Cuban insurgents burned over 30 coffe and cocoa plantations last week entail- Ing a loss of over 1000000 John R McLean of Cincinnati de the story that bo wishes to succeed John Sherman in the United States sen ateIn that part of Scioto valley near Cltil licothe Ohio tho peach crop in tho lartgoat for years past Nearly 20000 bUllhI els have been shipped I Samuel Alexander an old farmer was robbed of 480 by laving his pocketsi I picked in tho crowd at the Hrynn reception II OIat Ikllcfontaine While attending the funeral of ids I brothers wife at Lalayctte Ind M G Pettit of OucniHcy received word that his own wife had died suddenly Four hundred insurgents attacked u detachment of 150l Spanish soldiery near Hayamo ltitlei and machetes were used I with deadly effect and 111one escaped I Win Keeler of Kokomo Ind chased liirt wife four miles on horsebackand tried to kill her with n shotgun Through strategy he was captured and found to I iinsane Near Vincennci Indiana Peter Kancc a most horrible death by fulling a distance ofweer HOO feet in the shaft of tho Prospect Hill coal mine He was tight watchman at tho mine A woman has just been caught up with in Peoria IIIwho has IS living u llIlIlIll Shu was jjust preparing to wed the 1Jth when an ollicer stopped btitiinee with n warrant for bigamy I The governor and the coachman lCI thu hoiiwhoM of Lrotiilent Cleveland were married nt Uuoards liny Sunday They were presented with a liberal cited its u bridal gift by Mr and MrsI Clove Innd The vat ran Germnii rope dancer Kirle who has just lied at the age of 77 Krformetl on the tight ropes a week lie fort hi death lie was celebrated nut of his llrllfnion oa the father of 3 children At Hut Hprinz Ark T C William a visitor from Montium stabbed liiwscU in the breast funs times with a knife laUiiig 40 cud his life jnLbJimanD rI He BIKII lead Out litrd1S ltta well1 rind broke hb me t l Ai Flnnthctoii W VrLeonardI Kerr o newly tntirrfed Junk threw a brick into n crowd ofttbatlvnrU tit frightoti them away iTaitf Turky aged U vaf etttKk on the head and liHil Ida aknli cruilptl He will die Oti nurlitigame living near lajiortc Ind marketed eight qiiirt ot ice l raw bN rip lust week They were picked I from vines that hate a Rood crop In tin I regular season last lrllg and tide see uud crop Iii equally M good I the first The pontolMce at Lima 0 was entered by robbers one night last week All the iU mlUII liNiid amounting to SC worth were ewt l The Jt1IlrllMlure of C II Lcplnrry was nl fId and werchan UM stolen while a harU r shop was the last place viiitnl- Tho horses drawing a carriage in worn seated Mr and Mrs Richard Man tire a newly married couple of Wash liguin Ind mn away throwing out thw oceuimnU Tho brfcli dan arm dislocated while thu groomUie WM ovorely cut by striking the stglw curb i ng Time brings many changes 3Vhe II Ii jov Oritlondoiij of Missouri ofldi itl the reward for Fuiao JMIIIPS alive of dead which led to tho Assassination of the famous bandit the country rung with xecrntions of the governor M a partner ill the murder Now tho son of lessee lamoa is studying law with tine son of lot Crittenden in St Ioui Tho body of William Hock a armor living near Midway IudWUi bund a mile front town beneath load if wheat Ho left homo on ronllntl in trying to driro across n trestle tho wagon overturned falling twontyfivof feet lime wheat foil on the man tho ivuight killing him in n short time Tho two horses wore badly injured At Hllwood Ind Harry Judy andI wife Alice have each brought suit for ilJODiH agniusl tho Lake Brio and We tern railway company for damages sustained by their horse becoming right elletl at n hand ear on tho companys racks The horn ran away hem out and seriouslyI injuring thorn rAXTKlSKVKRVL KAITHFtr MKN 1sor women to tnivcl for responsible ei tRHlali l houio In Kentucky Salary S780 ayable 15 weekly and expenses Position crniauont Itcfercncc Enclose self addras deiivelope The National Star HuHJIng CblciiO isl- gJ WhyDo people buy Hoods Barsoparllla IIn prefcrenco to any otherln fact almost to the exclusion of all ot- hersBecauseThey know from actual use that flood is the best i e It cures when others tall Sarsaparllla is still made under I personal supervision of tho educated I who originated it The question of best is just as positive I decided In favor of Hoods as the question of comparative sales I Another thing Every tdvcrtlseme of Hoods Sorsaparilla true is honest iHoods i SarsaparillaZs the One Trill llton0lnrlaer All lnifKlt 1II rrpjiareilonly 4 I tIIy C I Howl S Co Lmvill Mas I1- I takh00dm In 1391 John Young Brown Ilel Clltll governor of Kentucky and the fullowii i3 the plunk on tho money question IIn which he stood liccognmng the fad that the United States is thu greatf silver producing country in the work and that both gold and silver wto equally the money of tho coiistitutii from tho beginning of the republic tint the hostile cold fraudulent legislation IIf the Itepnblican put against ihw which suddenlyI contracted tho circulating medium of the country and fet lin that the great interests of the jwoplo di miind more money for use iu the chain nets of trade and commerce we tenth our gratitude to the lDemocrats in till lest congress for their almost unanimoi vote in both houses iu favor of tin i IT coinage of silver and demands its rest ration to the position of equality lictmI he law ns given it by our forefath r glove Mouse For Beat I have a tirsl class brick trn hnusc situated on one of the lwIftmr iill Hazel Green which I drcire to rims John M Ruse has doiid out Iud qi the goods business which Ifjivi s n line opening for a Gist clasn stjrc ll1l1l1d or niidresa O B HWANOO May fl 1896 Hazf1 Srern Ky An exchange rays For tLoso who believe is the fatality of the numb thirteen the American quarter dollar j about the must unlucky article tin can carry on their person On the coin there are thirteen stars thirteen letter on the scroll which the eagl holds in Its claw thirxcu feathers art Ji11 lu wing thirteen leather arc in iitM Trill there airs thirteen parallel line Ion the shield thirteen horizontal stripes thirteen arrow heads and thirteen letter in the word quarter dollar II IWhentVtr you hoar your gold bug gtt off lils stock of advice to common people to spend less time on politics and gi home and go to work and produce tome thing to sell then you wont have inn times just give him five minutes 1 lei ger to run on and you will hear him lay IILllltL the whole trouble is duo to over production Thru you know tho let low in either n fool or a knave or a emir hinatiou of Itolh In one breath he tell you that people are hurl upI because they dont work and produce enough and ill tho next breath tells you that you havi worked and produced too much and hi is so ignorant and conceitedl that lu thinks common people cant see through his thhunesLFred Ilepublic A newspaper whose coliiniusoverllo with advertisements of business men hAil more inllueueo in attracting attention to snit building up a city or town than allY other agency that ran be employed People go where there business Cnpl 1till and labor will locate where there Iir an enterprising community No power is so strong to build up n town aa a news paper properly patrouized T DeWiti Talmage Ingorsoll on Silver Tnt ersoll nominated Hlaino at Cincin nnti aud Iis considered kingbo among Republicans Hear what hosays of tin crimoof 1R78 For my part I do not nsk any inter bronco on tho part of the government except to undo tho wrong it hay done I do not ask that money be made out of nothing I do not ask for prosperity ticC monetization of silver Silver was tic monetiml by fraud It was an imposi tion upon every solvent man a fraud upon every honest debtor in tho United States It assassinated labor Itwns done iu the interest of avarice and greed Itntl should be undone by honest men rrl ne- s WinOnesteI o BantI I WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEUSPOON President K D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 600000a This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility anll the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK IT STERLING KY 0 CAPITA 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 n J M niOSTAFF resident 0 L KIUKIATUICK Vice President W NV THOMSON Cushier oWe respectfully solicit the business ofiner chants thriller trailers and business taco general tlirongliont Eastern Kentucky A general thanking business done Jive lisa Lhnnco to neiul you a batik bunk tiny your checks and loan you nioneywlien Iu need W W THOMlSOS ashser I DINGFELDER WITH Je 111eflobinsonNorlon cow Iiiijiortcrs and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS sos 037 53 and 511West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY AI1TAeLERS BUCK EYE aillBJ I WNTMT I PJiESj i jJj I 4 uMJ Wl IIf gM isi Sight I Sure Saving ShownI Well send you our general Cnn lofue and Buyers Guide if you scud us 15 cents in stamps That pays part rostJrjc or expreosagc and j keeps off diers Its a Dictiuiiavy of Honest Values Pull of important information nc roster where you buy 700 Pages z7CO illustrations tells of 400-0cytlsandrirprice nf each On pwVt only Between maker and user W it- MONTOOMHRY VfRDme CO I 1116 M Itiyau Ave Chicago I I I I 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