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It U e lJ I rrHE = wHAZELEstablished GREEN HERALD C March 4 1885 f Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll H c PINOE COOPER Owner and EditorSS Jumbrlnr nt IILs hook tlOO A YEAR Always In Advance I TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY 0 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1890 NUMBER 25 No Cripei hen you take Hoods rills Tim hlg oJtlIMh tined sugarcoatcd pIIh which tear you nil to Pieces are not In It with Hoods Kasy to take HoodsI and easy to operate IIs true I1 of Hoods rills which liP to dte In every respect II rtnln 1111 soar s I PillsI m rugglf tte C1 Hood ft Co Lowell Mas 9 The only Fills to tako with Hoods Sirsi urllIa i lexingtone and Eastern Railway Time Tablo In Effect April 1 1896 n WEST BOUND0 = NIIl I STATIONS Xoi Daily ex Daily Sunday Uiicgton 10 00 am 411 pm potr11lnchester 1 FiMIe Si1 am- j 2 00 pm Indian Fidsj 8 37 am 1 10 pm Clay Clh s 111 am 111 10 am Siantoa S 10 am 20 am filJOtt 7 55 am 11O I18 am Dundee 713 am 17 am atlIridge1 7 18 nm 10 07 am T 1orren1Ui am Betttyve Jc 7 Ol am 8 So am Three FksC P 1 00 am Athol II ItU 18 am- IlUllIsElkatawu rt08 I i110 am JacksonG5 00 10 am EAST BOUND No ii STATIONS No 2 Daily ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2 20 jim fi 10 am Avon 2 t7 pm 7 08 am Winchester S 07 jitn S 10 am Fairlie 1 21 jim S rlI am Indian Flcls JJi pm t I 21 am Clay City a 55 jim 11Ii am Stanton 05 jim 12 10 pmIIoJ FilsonI IS inn 1211 jim pmStllridgepotTorrentpotBeatlyve pmAtholi piaElkatawapmJackson Not 1 and 2 arrive rued depart from CI0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive curd depart from Netherlnnd i J D LIVINGSTON Vice 1res and Gen Man CI1AS SCOTT Jell Pass Agent I THIS WATCHI i Isgnarnlltofc1sanw ns onrII 1100 VJATCHEt- o 1 f i j i rim melt and kop good tine i 1 PRIG IS 25 I This repreontlmnnufnctt silver cao stomI duplee39ape111el1t Send in your orders or call and see us when you come to j i Lexington q Fred J Heintz j Manufacturing Jeweler trGovernment Building Lexlngtom Yisltorimnn hsight vAndnightlieyetAndwe trod plot in the cowing future we metd The heHewifeAliIIIfcIon Ilea one day la a JudgeI he said nlieToday I heard a neighbor state My caller wnv n iiitidldntc RIGHTLYi i WAS THE ACT SO NAMED A Loading Journal Explains tho Origin oflitho Crime of 1873 PROOF OVERWHELMING b1Theat some length explained why tho act demonetizing silver iis rightly termite 1 The Crime of 1873 After quoting from the Congressional Iecord the re marls of prominent members of the congress which passed the law much thes saute as given in the Knqtiircr time Jour nal continues In view of this testi mony advocates of silver and every one else who has a shred of mortal sense left to him are justified nay bound by the obligation of veracity to designate the law demonetizing silver as the Crime of 1S7V the ns yet unpunished crime that I has brought untold misfortune on the American people The St Louis convention has resolved to maintain that fraudulent law mud perpetuate iteiI1 results The Chicago convention has IIremoe1 III produced THK CIUMI or ISt According to the statement of Judgett Kelley the silver bill when it left tin hoods of the committee on coinage did not demonetize the silver dollar On the contrary it made provisions for its continued coinage After the bill was passed it was discovered that the preys ion for the silver dollar was omitted had been surreptitiously obliterated from the document Here we have time crime of 73 Who did this nefarious work t By whose request or suggestion was iit that this doctored substitute for the original printed bill was not read in the house Who shut off debate by a de mand for the previous question To bring a crime home to its perpe trator tho first question asked iis Who benefitted by it The foreign and WullrI street bondholders made millions by it This fact in itself is not enough to con vict but it affords a clew With TIllS CIEW IX HAND Wo introduce Mr Ernest Seyd into tho conspiracy A writer quoted by SamuelI Loavitt in his book Our Money Wars says The English capitalists raisert f00000 and sent one Ernest Scyd to America to have silver demonetized Me came In the bill was skillfully in ccrted a clause demonetizing silver He peters the bill was passed a member of the committee which had tho bill in cliargo said that Ernest Seyd of London a distinguished writer and bullion ist who is now here has given great attention to the subject of mint coinage After having examined the first draft of this bill he has made various sensible suggestions which the committee adopt ed and embodied in tho hillColIgrel ional record April 7 JStl1111imortnntwe will follow him to London and hredorOirk A Luckonbach a former member o c the New York Stock Exchange MAOK AX AFFIDAVIT which the following statements oc currcd In 18115 I visited London England for the purpose of placing there Penn ylvann oil properties in which I was n interested I took with me letters of in don Itraductionamong them one to Mr ernesIs 1 Scyd from Robert M Faust ex trea urer of Philadelphia I became well1 ac S I- vrulndetbrother stand is yet living I visited London thereafter every year nnd with each Islt renewed my ncquaiutanco with MriScyd In February 1871 while on ono guestinner nt I rumors nfloat of parliamentary corrupts nnd expressed astonishment that su corruption should exist In reply this ho told mo he could relate fnc tho corruption of the American congress that would place it far ahead of English parliament in that line Aft dinner he invited mo into another root where he resumed thoconvcrsation about legislative corruption Ho snidIU wymtgcnlIelllllntrt to tell you while I live I will convin you that what I said AltOUT TIm COUUUmoX Of tho American congress is true I him my promise nnd he then conn II I went to America in 18723 authorized padto the interest of those whom I represen Eng1tIIIII c 500000 with instruction if that was n sufficient to ACCOMlMSir Till 01UKCT To draw for another 500000 or as much rnoro as was necessary I saw tho comj millers of the house and senate nndj paid tho money mud stayed in America slifeIj the farreaching extent of that measure but they will in after years Whatever you may think of corruption in the En glish parliament I assure you I wouldj IIttcmptII lttCxxOll j tho his tory of tho Crime of 15711xutdri the way in which tho standard dollar wasI dropped from our coinage Strange and incredible as it mummy ccm the platform of tho St Louis convention I maintains as a party principle that the I law thus punned by time intrigue of EHi glish capitalists must not be abolishedi without the consent of those same con spirators against the welfare of the American people Our notional honor we are told requires that wo must continue indefinitely to suffer the eiI rcxul of that criminal conspiracy Every effort to free ourselves from time iniquitous burden is called repudiation In view ofJ these things it is not difficult to understand the intense earnestness and cnthu siusin of the common people at time Chi saga convention nod tho brusque man in which they treated the professional politicians the political tracks the pliant tools of tho organized nnd conspiring wealth that caused the evils of which the laboring people are the victims My friends lot me give you an opportunity to test the sincerity of the bolto ants They tell you that with free coinage of silver the American dollar will bo worth as little as the Mexican dollar d is worth They tell you that if wo have tree coinage of silver silver will not rise in value Let me give you n suggestion byi which you can test it Whenever n man offers you a Mexican dollar for fifty cents take it and then take it to your savings bank or to any other bunk mill ask them if they will take it on deposit now for r0 cent nnd give you n written agreement to give you a Mexican dollar tho next day after the inauguration of the next president Win J Hryan 111asrto5GIfRAL PAITHITI MEN for revponiilile HI IIJ1 hCII house in Kentucky Salary 70 l i weekly nod exponncn Position Kcfurenee Krieloxn sulfnildre ed envelope time National Star HiiIMIng Chicago i2lH If we must part company with those xyndits may wo not appeal with confidence to those who believe that n government the people by the people nnd for the people should not perish from the cartJ uponIImen are going to make n business outwpolitics and arc going to use theIr baI youImasses of this nation have not a right to make a business out of politics once nnd protect their homes nnd families from disaster W J Bryan d 1 I STRONG SILVER MAN WAS PALMER Some Years Ago When Ho Was Running the Illinois State Register 0Senlltor stronchg Stntto yenisr the following extracts appeared omen othersThere i whnrnot insist that congress has time right to issue legal tender paper at pleasure or ho dues not rest assured that congress hay the right to farm out the privilege currencethrough banking corporations Demo ants the fight for the silver dollar iis onceIthnlead of Old Hickory and by his bones well win it ngninfcnntor Palmer ii- ns State Register January 20 ISiS HOMKMOltKOr IT Scratch nn opponent of tho coinage n silver and you will find a supporter a ofrho national bank system mill you won bo obliged to scratch very hnrdScnnt- or Palmer in State Register January 18SIIt is nil very well to Ethane the friollllHII of the silver dollar as influtlolliMtlII thieves repudiators and all that sort oft thing but really the friends of the goldj1 j dollar ought to pay the saute attention to the members of tho convention whoii muted time United States constitution trmnd who made the silver duller the unitI and standard of value in this country Senator Palmer in State Register t January 21 1878 hTUONO HTATKMUNT t 1 If there iis any dollar more than the silver dollar of 3711 grains ofI I pure silver it has not been discovered in Itho century or moro that the notion has existed If there can be any such thing I as a dishonest dollar that miserable sham trick nod travcrsty of a coin a gold dollar exactly fills that destina lionSenator Palmer in State Regis ter February ISiS Pragert wt come to Thee today in humble attitude realizing our own helplessness and Thine own great selfishness To Thee we owe our all in all i we know when Thou say est no that we must git Oh Rothschild how can we in language express our deep regard for thee i in humble rcjKntanco wo bow our knee to thy golden calf andI auk for forgiveness in not being able t more speedily satisfy thy greediness bittthers thou knowrst wo are faithful i wo are true but tho masses are against ns and when wo implore them for thy sake they say damn We ore ill thy service Our hotly nnSt 1 Haul ore thine and we are truly grieverI that the sinners known as tho masses cauII not see the error of their way sinai bot saved Wo beg tlice to be merciful to them and in time they will come to that milk They know tot that by their hulltl hcadincss they are keeping theo frlm1tl filling thy cotter with interest and bond and gold but thanks to times Almighty RotlincliilJ we will soon hove the Inhortl er where tIlt wool is short i wo are pr pressing i our campaign Iis daily gather of ing strength Help us thou great and1 only that wo may retain our courage so that wo can turn a dumb ear to the wailing and gnashing of teeth as wo take the last crust from the mmuw for it is till for theeIt will help rhea to pile up tho shekels and that is our wish Lend us not into tho temptation of believing that free silver is right lest we provo a traitor to thy rouse but deliver us from these solid argument that they advance for they nre hard to got around limyofslaves now always have been curd always logo to boAmonSim Louis Be Sure You Are Right IIIImpure SunIsaparilla you need Then take no substitute Insist upon Hoods and whichhnsworldHoodsUloodIJurificrHoods Pills are prompt efficient al ways reliable easy to take casj to operate L A GREAT ENTERPRISE Engages the Christian Churches la the Uiltei Itates For reaching in its results A fund to help struggling mission churches A monument more lasting than marble affectUuitcdgarc engaged in n work of com mendablo enterprise minim fur reaching results A neat who docs not keep in touch with rogreSdoell ngcnclelllUlIl M religious world for the propagation of tho gospel It is not commonly known that n church extension fund somcthlngon tho plan of a building and loon association is at work among tho Disciples of Christ churchnbuildings week after week nod that tho fund is now nearly Fl125000 hondledf attattper cent to struggling missions to help them guilt tho coveted prize ofn exceptbya lot and commences the building on tho whoatthe moncyfrollltees and tho Mission is paid out of debt in that town Of course the taut is ew cured by first mortgage with house in sured for this money is simply held in trust by the hoard at Kansas City for the brotherhood large Tho church gives its notes timid pays Equaltto help complete chapels in other regions of tho country In thwny the sumo money assists in building a meeting house ovary five years and tho economy of this plan commends it to tho fnr sighted husinc men and thinking peo plo of tho church and this accounts for tho rapid growth of tho fund as shown in tho tract that it grew from 5000 to 121000 in 8 years Safe business management by tho board at Kansas City pros created confi dence among tho churches of Christ in tho United States for as shown by their hist annual report which was heard by 1000 delegates at the nationalI convene tion of the Christian churches at Dallas Texas last October not ono dollar Iris Iever been lost on loans rondo by this board This board is rondo up of mom of the Christian church electednn neatly at tho national convention and follows the recommendations of thin delegated body During tho month of September tho Churches of Christ mill over tho United ates join in an annual offering and up their gifts to this fund and in WilY tho fund is increased in working power each year The Disciples of Christ rexpect to increase this loan to ono quo of n million dollars by tho close of century so that there will bo an annual return of loans to the treasury o f0000 for use in reloaning This Iini perpetual motion of money Ono pointoview ovary disciplo in the land would 1wont a port in this commendnblc enterprise flk ti C 4w r n T t I V It R t P to L cu J fjI THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER IMolUhte HAZEL OREBN I sKYH- OUSE I AMONG HOLLYHOCKS 0 hous among the hollYhocks The mosses drape your low drown eaves And sparrows lilt among tho leaves An when n mail la dainty rooks gathered wealth of dully sheaves i And told time by tho four ooloukst The stntely soldiery still stands On guard like redplumed grenadier f1 hut my heart cries The years Th- oJa Itcarllf This furrowed brow ihusc empty bands The ranks swim In u mint of tears And voices cull from spirit Ijinds Here In tho happy long RIO- In summer noontides hulfaslaep I was a shut henlese of shoep The clouds above my flocks of snow The south wind bade the lambkins Itsp 1 laughed to soy them rolls so O sentries tat mo pass I prayt Down your green linen unchallenged roam oldhomehrI 0 let me Ind Yur I liavo condo Such a lonjrsuch u weary WilY Dear mouse amotiK tho hollyhocks I Your threshold worn once more 1 press 1 oomo to woo forK tflnes Of peril shipwreck sunken rocks tat me uRuIn ho shepherdcM The ulouds above my Alplno tloeksl Unuim II Wt44 In N y Independent A ST11ANUK COUHTSIIII IlYANMK hTHtlflt U lNSTON It tt nil a real relief when papa new doctor was gruff niul terrifying to soy buntnil to myself lint perha s 1 diverted my attention tot much front what hu WON telling me by thtt dBvl eor lie sen rod me lute l in ontry idiocy by IIH grim demeanor At Hiiy mate I was cuiiHcioua that UN u niire 1 hud cut n poor figure It seemed u special pity that poorJ- Nehtt should have Imil that illness Jut then when iiminuiii und Ualal errs In llultlninre Maiiiiiiu Imil gout thoro to bo iiiulrr tutu ecru of Dr biker HltIhl could nut conic hUIIWlIlIcI Isabel could not leave IIIT If we l11411only lead ouru good old doetor it would Jmv been s bettor but hu VIM In Kurope1 amid papt Imd willed in this Dr Criflln who IHM plum kcomcd to think uaa sotiiethliiir wonderful It wassail that his pruetkv wax rurally phenomenal for rum young n iiuin ho wns verging on 10 1 am sure tliut IN not HO very young for any amount of practice andl 1 icuppoiu hu 111111 to eeonomlc Iles fours but It made blue dreadfully disagreeable I WIIB aiding by psJis1 I bod when he 1lmuium in tliut flat day Some people j made such u luau of him I hilt I felt n little curious tto sec him anxious sal troubled MH I IIIIIUIII1I smiled at himI nil i idqcty us IIIollhl tin mrn wild MyI tlnjijhtr doctor though la ttum III tit Ileas find npiNilllng IMniordlnurlly lull and gnmit and Mwkuurd withII nifiicd serious face nitd n shook oft UK Iny hair met n lions niflnc I VVIIH about to go limit as lu ilid not fluiuw in lily illrrillon bo vun irnbnblv nut Hwnro of my Intention llfMliKlitly IlicHnnl bin head and wild 111Nr Mtiooti- Vtll pIlUHO gum out Wlllob MlHM Ascot did with nil due celerity Tbnt WMHbut tho bi lnnlusrof a Mrlo of hbrlnlinoH Unit I inidonvont during tthlH Illnow of pulNuN I Inot only lire fool1 four to boffin tuitii huh emery utter vlovv tt llb the doctor Hindi me fool n foot or tu nliorlor- Ulion I looked out of time window om day mind notnully wiv inaininn null lieu hurl gelling out of n iMirriH t at the tinny It wan UN If a ton weight hull boon lifted from mo The doelor was thoi with pupa who however was nlnuttt VeepdogtitnlrH like n null tiling mural hunjr 11- 11llt somehow or eniiht my drt4s nit a loose ncrow I lined never known whloh and foil nliuoHt fnim till top to the hot tom the doctor rushed out of papuV room und WHS ut Iht foul of the stairs nlinoKt UN suns UN I WIIH Mmiinni and Ihiibol appeared frmitieully from the pppoKltodiivctlon papa enllinjri rll1II up Klnlrn mull lilt time to know what It till mount 1 wan MI ntdimned of Imvlntr cmiMod tfio oommntion that 1 tried to get tip hastily null eloxo tho ImivIil lit Oh it Iis nothlnt I Just HllpjHd I btgmui HtniKKlliij to my foot and then a Brent piilpllalln darkness settled oer ill I revived to II nil myHilf nil It were In tit elnlehoH of n jrriflln I1 Imd Inhg nppllol his tome to hin in i illMittctly opprobrious wise Whnt do you moan bv toarlnf nbont Iho hotitio in that faHhlon ho deinnnil cdl Htopplnr at the door as he way lout lug lint somehow I wnn not HO nfnild of htm now and for reply I only laughed Ntutkoaunrthe hofn It was well lint my terror Of hum had leMHened for that tniyonible itprnlned ankle requiredI lull attention more or loss thrnuglioiit that winter A stranjio thlnj nnpptmiutlsnoutl niter inamina and IsnlHlI cute homo liuVbel lit very pretty and vry bright Wo there hitting tiigctheriifteltca when tho bell rung mid who shod be Iltiltnt1In t but Dr1 Irinin And with hU haircut which WAR not at all an Improvement nnyYchniiKC would be It wits so wonderful i to sec him Bitting there Inughln mud K 1lnr1lIk folk p ilammy Judy oU 0S Usctl to say that I could not do any thing but Mare at him And when Fred Carey came in I wan positively provoked Hut then 1 never saw Fred quite bo tttupld and uninteresting Jsot very long after that another very remarkable thing happened The first wonderful thing by the way began to happen pretty frequently mutter awhile I think I have a little knnehof rhym lug nod one day n mngnino n real magazine took ont of my pieces Such n thing had serer happened before and has never happened since It wan n lien timental little effusion which was nut about anything nor anybody in partic ular but It scented to mo to be pretty and It Hounded as if It meant a good dollI 1 was standing on the porch when I opened till letter which the M stman lint just handed me 1 remember it was a beautiful spring morning when my cup of hnpplnofet was running over anyway and this last drop trims almost too much I was about to fly into till lianas an fast nil my disabled ankle would ttllow when I heard tit click of the gate I waved my letter to Dr Cirlflln UK he came up the walk mid heII Mulled at my absurdly radiant faoe was almost worth while to be so ItII looking to bo so transformed by a smile I thought to myself I dill not snit fur greetings or questions I lobe got n piece accepted by the mngalne l 1 sold eagerly Ah thats good he replied And what irr you scribbling nltout I Oh its just lovely I wild Dont you want me 1 to say it to you Go abend told dont jumble it he replied dropplnir down upon one of the cents on tit porch I chispid my hands behind mo mid lIIUllllolrI my piece Hushing a little as 11111111 from suppressed laughter at my own nudacity And then 1 looked at him for applause There wan a blank silence mid my eyes sand mull fay eureka grew hot with mortlnVntlon Humph Ihe wild at lust getting up from lids sent Well how Is dust tinkle of your t It1tlIl1lI my fate always to be som by Dr irillln at a dhmd vantage from tIll time when ho just snail I Ill front murdering jmMi with the wrung nudl cine on through vnriousmlwidvontuus nlmoHt to the present day hud I have hunted him afresh every Itlmo as if It urn nil his fault Some peopleI alI ways we one nt her bestht uppound on tit srcnr Invariably when one was least desirous of spectators I started out with rather a Kinking heart not long after the adventure of thin poem which incident by the tray had rnnklod not u little in my iuulndto Input up u Sunday scion pupil who had dropped alt mutter mi attendance of n Sunday or two upon my hiHj Ho wan wall to llvo on n small street whloh I hind utter howl of in a remote and not tIIItiII gemiteel 1 urtof the city whlh 1 had mtor explored mid I foresaw thit should got lust stopped on my way at the IIOIMO of another pupil of mine uhuuu I knew to bo III and whom 1 hud IHVII visiting fo some time ills mother received mo in It oold stuffy little parlor and rntrrtnlnrd me while Johnnie WIIH being made rondy for company listened I sympathetical Ily to a long narrative of the heartless treatment sir hunt roodveil from her physician who really tilt sewn to have neglected his poor little patient mid to lows liocn rude timid overbearing beside I had passed hint once an I went in and lull noticed how red and bloated his faoo was and had thought then that ho drank Ho was n physician I suppose if no standing I had never before heard hit mime And then slit concluded I just phoned till Dr Jriftln My husband raid Dont you ho bothering Dr irillln lies gout moron ho emu do tend hug to tit rich people lint hes got time to tend to pour people too as well I know And I phoned nail ho came Ah hrs an angel In a sickroom the comparison truck mo as so hull roiiK that a Midlo ruse to my face be fore I wall cheek it If I was Queen Victoria and Johnnie was till queens ton ho couldnt bo no kinder Now you can just walk right III and son how peart Johnnies get tin After leaving there I walked on and on mid on as hut story Imoks say and it really did seem that I humid embarked upon ono of tho vague nlghtinareish quests of the Norsu tales flit end of uy journey scented always Just at hand mid still it lengthened lengthened till I could fancy that 1 wan a lovelorn princess looking fur tin castle of till clouds If Itonnpurto Ilunkotl lint lived east o the nun and west o the moon or at any other of the addresses given In those voracious histories he could not it serried to me have been more tuntnllingly inacesslhlr lie took on tit last a halfmythical character in my mind as Icould lad no trace of him Urns mil chickens run liltlrmllA across my path geese hissed tfjvmi to my unspeakable discomposure pud tiles of Illsmelling water appeared or tho moan sidewalks dirty women and children swarmed about the Moors and still Itonapnrtc Ilunketts place of resi dence ever receded from me I began to have n distinctly disreputable feel lug an if I were becoming assimilated to my squalid environments and n faint femur arose within me ax I real ized that I land not Utc slightest idea In the world of where I was Yes I wiu lost I stood Btlll and looked blankly around me beginning ns tho laxtntraw to feel that my ankle was giving out I was just making up my mind to nil the way to the nearest car line of the next person whom I should meet when 1 saw n buggy coming down the street A su den hopo took possession of me lie nlway canto when I was In some undignified and ridiculous plight And ycwt Oh Doctor Griffin I called out He pulled up lit that quavering cry and looked nt mo for a moment in the blankest nmucmont And what ate you doing in ItockuttH ml KM r he demanded as he helped mo in A wild wave of exhilaration had moue over mo when I felt myself safe in the vehicle I was only paying sonic calls 1 said In nn olihaml tray Arent the claims of society burdensome I am really tired Calls ho itiHnted And where were you calling in Hnek1 Iii t1 was gong to the IlunkctuV 1 shad Hut never mindIt isnt their day anyway 1 begun to repent my nonsense wits he took a little red notebook out of his pocket nod utterly ignoring my past once begun to look over It with knitted brows We drove on in perfect silence for several blocks mid he mnnifofitcd no intention of resuming the conversation lit nil while I1011 my punt was occupied In regretting that I IhadI totally forgot ten that I WIIH on my dignity UK my old nurse would any Weil MUn Francos he said sudden Ily without looping up have you for given inoV Forgiven you for what I question iigly repliedI but n reminiscentI wave of mortltlcution swept over me- Ho game a short laughstill turning the loaves of his book mum did not an tI ++ tr AN ho sat looking down with huts brow firrowed mid his rugged fate showing very haul linos HI its hardest in tit clear daylight P stole timid glancen nt him mid wondered how I had the temerity to recite those miserable Kn timontnl1 verses of mine to him of nil IIwllt I blushed hotly HS 1 thought of my follv The horse find slackened his wce but the doctor did not seen to notice it Have yon boon writing any more pus try he asked as Iif Incoming con scious of the claims of civility No I mid Htillly- Ho niHdo no pretense of interest in my answer Indeed ho ttas quite evident Ily not nt till attending to what 1 said hI didnt llko dust uliats its mutt sonnet of yours ho remarked Rmp ping the horse with the reins Ah 1 said ns if I hint not already boon crushed by till snubbing which it had received Do you want to know why 1 did tent llkr It ho wont on He put his book down and looked at me with a queer sulltvusksskdbuttI still with tho haughtI iness born of inward humiliation Ho took out his lint mid looked cure fully into tho crown frowning liMit he Imd that moment rommborod lent Ju- gtherpoallctlling of time highest value which seemedI to be iiinwing And then he put it on again Ho cleared hu tii most mind Jolted nt tilt reins I didnt like to think of your whim peringi about oino whipporsnupporlieI suit when I want you myself When the trees and houses had sot tlil Itnek into their normalI plumes tumid tho waterfall hud erased rushing and ranting In my oars I looked at him 11111 saw that he was talking on but of wont hi snld tumid only theI vaguest notion The Manliness of my face must hate struck him at last for he stopped abruptly Walt dont sny anything yet hr wild Wo writ drawing near to uyovn homo but tilt horse went very slowly- If yon could tell mo he began there wan something positively un canny and awfulI to mo In the huminty of his tonebut dont say anything unless I I Inyos Take time any length of tlmo Time IttDeemed to me that It lint boon a thousandI years already It Will such an old old fact that Drtirltlln hind misled mo to marry hint that I talk that I her boon born with the consciousness of it 1 tried to remember how things wero before it happened hill no theme was nothing before that Neither spoke as ho helped me out of the buggy lull solemnly walked with mo up the long green yard lie paused at the porch If he said you dull possibly + ty- Itsdnnt make me wait I rOil up the steps without replying and opened Ithe door stopping with my haiid upon the knob and looking back lit litmus standing upon tilt walk below Yes I said and banging the door I flew ujMttuirs to my own room 1tt t peeped lit him through tho shutters and snw that ho loud bowed his hind on his lust for n moment as If It were in church What a ridiculous couple we will 11 Ladles Home Journal on Ilia Otmrl They lucre lady lawyers in America but till departure Is still new One tiny a large hurl Irishman was giving evidence The Idea of being questioned by a woman layer was to him n huge joke until she begun to question him on personal matters when assuming n suspicious air lie remarked dontknow yer intentions mum but Im a married llltlPTltDlta Y CANDOR OF MR BRYAN Tlio IJiMiinurutle OunUtwle lit Above 1101- tlIlUnfl uinl lilnhiiiiesiy The republican organs unmade an tlumuging to the dennwnitk candidate the telegraphic correspondence of Mr llrynn and Senator Jones concerning the populist nomination lad the re puts of his stubborn determination to lot the popullsth know where he standIs The effect of Mr Ilrytiirn attitude and utteninces iis undoubtedly the op posite of thut hoped fur by those or gans The publication of tilt llryan Joncrf correspondence did MrI llryan wore good than harm and all that he iimy say III limn with Ids determination to meet lit populists with perfect can dor iis beneficial to him The American people admire frank ness and honesty They abhor trick cry and deceit in politics The public innn who speaks his mind tumid disdains to prollt by deception or hypocrisy eiiriiM their respect as the public mum who whOM himself willing to profit oy trickery receives their contempt It limy not have boon good politics in the narrow souse of apparent tem penury advantage for MrI llryan to tell tin populists Hint ho did not want and could not accept their nomination on tho terms a lth which It was ollotcd but it was groin politics in till broadest mind host sense It WitS I Ill kind of politics thnt gains honor and eon tl minuet fur n IIIHII and that whIR in till lung run Mr Itrynns do lro to den frankly with the MpullstH mid to glue theme mi ipMirt unity to net with a clear concep lion of his own position was altogether creditable It showed him tobewilllng IMR WANAMAKER to lose the jmpullst nomination by Inmost dealing mthor then win it by consenting to a mlscouception or tto a course tlmt might sits or of deception or dishonesty The feeling of parly icMMitment whloh might bo felt figalnst a man who IIN willing to wicri lice a jiolitlcnli oqiortunity to con Klonco must yield to a feeling of re spool for Iris courage and probity The KipuIistH know now that if their representatives voted for Mr llrymis nomination under a misunder standing of tin Ithe demo cratic candidate was not a party to tho misunderstanding They know tint if the populist convention acted with out n clear knowledge of tilt conse quences the convention was kept front securing that knowledge by its own of fleas maul not lby till sum who wan most concerned and most iiimous that flue convention should not with a full knowledge of all the clrcunistancos bearing upon its notion The revelation nf Mr Hrymi mutt hllllIIpopulists who mute ehlotly concerned in this mat hottstyand speakingitJIi21 IsttO I nm for tit lurgest tiso sf silver in till currency of the cumin try I would not dishonor It I would glue it equal credit null honor with mumI1 mmoneyInd dOlhie ofthullseJlgItongrmssiotutlItemorduttering those words William McKinloy turned his Mutt IH order to the nomInnlinn notch eonlldonoo lOn t c jnoplc place 1t a who will inorderitomunationIleleutIlotit The deu beoneICJlllhHClins VllllicutlonStLouis THE PAUPER CANDIDATE s nrltutJUraulc1I11IJrulltlrd The enemies of democracy hua mj ready btguu a campaign of abuse lrt- ilanguage Is too vile no epithet tw i coarse for theta In speaking of the mn nominated by tit Chicago convention Mr James Cordon Bennett editor uml proprietor of till New York Herald many times a millionaireI timid u resident of Kurope because the count rj thatj JerhhllMipport the democratic ticket But following the lead of the disgruntled Dana his Ipupa humus bolted the nomln Humus nnd left tIll democratic rank To make the defection lion tI illgIIltlngl It copied that perfect specimen of shift lug sophistry the Sun editorial declaim Ing for MoKinloy tumid added me too virtually acknowledging Its Inability to frame a declaration of its own ex origluutlityreached when till Herald printed tilt 1 following sentence Hrymi in n pmiK r of the west ht lies nut a dollar and is proud of hlsixn erty ThisI vile and foolish attack gives te tho democracy a campaign phrase oUr resistible force Mr Itryan luiynotfc rich but ho humus never begged Ids brtadIcrud humus always worked honorably frfj it In this ho Is n typical American citizen III this ho in roprcsontntlreol the taut American idea In this too ho ill frs from McKinloy and hula fol lowers lit humus not IIl1mnllolhtr men to Nay his debts lHo humus not sold him self bodytold soul to a syndicate of millionaires Hu Is not rich it Is true HANNA CALLS ON MR II situation mind to be J1ollr because ho searutl the niethoilM tint have made his eiieinlfi rich In n thing to bo proud of To style him u pauper becnuso ho lacks the III gotten gains the Ohio syndicate is scat tering broadcast for corruption pur IMIHOS Is to insult not only tho man ot tho people but the noplo themselves As a campaign cry The 1niiptf andhhto will awakin the Imlipn tion mud hasten till act lUll of nilllloniof tIn liouest American oitions- To the throe Its wan credited the election of Cleveland In J881 It air pears that The 1niipor randlikde l likely to lucre a similar effect ia this campaign Tmninmiy Times POINTS AND OPINIONS Tim llamui object Iiwo reached its zenith at IHomcstendiiil ami there urns a decided eoho at the jxdls that yearN Y Journal The campaign biography of M- fKlnlcy inures his ancestry biuk P Constiintitie Muoduff earl of KIf Swrt killed Macbeth thus by heroic eowlurt creating the basis far ShokcspIuurris mortal tragedy This ought to catrt tit jingo mltII1 Observer Tho republicans have tint forro J renounced their hojx of carrylnf 11 least one southern sttito but tncetlt democratic victories in Alabama end Tonnessoo the talk of breaking the wWl south has erased and mighty IIUI11tI being said about tilt solid wcntK1 sums City Times If tho gold mon thought tbrt toimld thief fllultr Ihefh thtJCO- IIIlIlollhtllI i rnis n cnnmpnigumfundo IOo00000 in lutrnpt alone but Ibt gold nun keep prettyt yell ii fortnrd3D tiy knoty t limit the shigle PII15lnndai hits renehod till end of Its string In tbi United States Wheeling HftflW tarrywlth If ew York Bur snnr day thane x are thus blackmailed may timid thst IU a good dentIcheaper to pay n nab able Income tax In support of thfW crnment than It In to make 1Inrt able contributions to support Poll bossismN y World t r i fI n J I I p If I 1 4 tit t1 I THE HERALD 1 SPENCER COOPER PublUfat HAZEL GREEN t t t KY J HOUSE AMONG HOLLYHOCKS 0 hotiiA ntnotiK tho hollyhocks The mosses ilrnpc your low brown onvcs And sparrows lilt among tho loaves An when a multi In dainty frocks I gathered wealth of dally sheaves And told time by tho fouroclooka The stately soldiery still stands r On guard like rcdptumcd grenadiers iI1ut my heart crlclI The years Tho F years IJ Thta furrowed brow those empty hands Tho ranks swim In u mist of tears And voices cull from spirit Ijtndi Here In the happy long DRO In summer noontide hnlf n lccp I was n shepherdess of nhnop The clouds above my flocks of ttnow Tho south wind bade tholamhklim leap 1 laughed to sec them frolic HO O scntrlos Let mo pami I pruy Down your green llnna unchallenged Thedear old pathrt the dear old homo Tho dear old haunts of yesterday Q let mo Inl Kor 1 have como Such a longsuch a weary way Dear IIOIIHO among tho hollyhocks Your threshold worn once snore t press I come to woo forget filnoss Of peril shipwreck sunken rooks lcl me again bo HhiphcrdoMs Thu clouds iibovo my Alplno llooksl IJinimi 11 1V cod In N V Independent A ST11ANGE COUllTSllll iiY Al MK wrEztu WINHTOV It woe n rent relief when papas new doctor was gruff and terrify Ing to soy bear nil to myself Hut perhaps I diverted my attention too much from what he was telling me hy this device or lie Kuured me Into li inMirury Idtouy by leis grim diineanor 1t any rate I was coiiHotouH that as U nurse I laud cut III poor figure It seemed a special pity thuit poor puj a should live had that illIWlI1i just then whims maninui and Uabel were in laltlmore Mamma had gone thereto lie under time care of Dr linker nod nhi could out some home and Uabcl could not leave her If we ItadonlyI had our good old doctor it would huv been butter hot he WHH III Knropc and pnpi had called In Mils Dr irittin who Pin pie seemed to think wan something wonderful I twits mild that his practice was really phenomenal fur wo young n moms he was verging on 10 1 out sure a that IK not NO very voting for any iimouut of practice and I imppohc Me had to economize his forcf but it made him dreadfully disagreeable I was sitting by pupas bed when he taunt in that first day Some people limit such a hero of him that I felt a little curious to we him anxious and troubled HH I wax iu011I smiled at him is nicely UK I could as pa INI said MvI daughter doctor though he ws lit lie ICM than appalling extraordinarily tall and aunt nod awkward with i rugged nerlous face and a shock of tawny tumult mile a lions indue I WHH about to go limit UK lie did not aunty in my direetlon he WHH prohnhlvt nut aware of my intention He slightly inclined his head timid sail Miss Silicon will please go out Which yliss lawn dill with nil due celerity i That wtixhut tIll beginning of a serfs I of shrinkages that I underwent dnrlnp i this iltnisw of papas I am only tin feet four to begin with hut every inter view lth Ithe doctor made me feela foot t shortert out of the window one lily and actually sjiv mamma tuul Isa bel getting out of a carriage at the door it WIIK its If a ton weight had been lifted from me The doctor was thei with pupa who however was almost keephigidulrs like a mad thing nUll hung 111i foot somehow or caught my IIIc4 on IIi L100MI screw I have never known whllhi and fell almost from the top to the hot loin The doctor rushed out of pnpaV room and was at the foot of the stairs almost as soon nn I was Mamma and solid appeared frantically front the ppposltc direction papa calling from up utalrs nil the time to know wlnittit all meant I XVHK KO ashamed of havtuir caused tfie commotion thut 1 tried to get up hastily and close the Incident slippedbeguuu I a great palpitating darkness nettled over all I revived to timid myself ns It were In the clulehcH of a grlflln I mind long applied his name to hilt Inl distinctly opprobrioiiK sins What do you mean bv tearing about time house in that fashion V he demand ed stopping nt the door an he was hear ing lint somehow I was not KO afraid of liini now nnd for reply I only laughed feeblyI and innately from my station on the sofa It was well that my terror of him had lessened for that miserable Kpralned ulnae required his attention more or less throughout that winter A strange thing nipptmetIsoon after jimmum and Isabel brine hone Isabel- is very pretty mid wry brlgltl We were hitting together nftertca when tho bell rung nwl who tthould be ushered In but Dr Rrlftln And with Ida hnlr cut 71 which was not nt all tin Improvement T though I haul thought that any change would be It was so wonderful to rec him witting there laughing and talking Ukt folks ju Mammy Judy t ecdtosythatIcould not do anythingI but store at him And when Fred Carey value in I WOK positively provoked But then 1 never saw Fred quite tiO stupid amid uninteresting- Not very long after that another very remarkable thing happened The first wonderful thing by the way began to happen pretty frequently after awhile I think I hove a little knack of rhym ing and one day a magaine n reul magazine took one of my pieces Such n thing had never happenedI before and has never happened since Itwas n sen timental little effusion which was not bout anything our anybody in Particular but it seemed to me to be pretty mind It sounded as if it meant a good deal 1 was standing on the porch when I opened the letter which the postman mind just handed me I remember it was a beautiful spring morning when my cup of happiness was running over anyway nnd this last drop was almost too much I was about to fly into the house as fast as my disabled ankle would allow when I heard the clickof the gate I waved my letter to Dr Cirlflln as he came up the walk and he smiled at my absurdly radiant face It WitH almost worth while to he so grim looking to be so transformed by a smile I thought to myself I did rant wait for greetings or questions I have got n piece accepted by the magazine 1 said eagerly Ah thats l replied And what lire your 4cribbling about Oh Its just lovely I I said Dont you want me Ito say it to you1 Ho ahead and dont jumble it In replied dropping down upon one of the seats on till porch I clnspid my hands behind me nnd rattled off my piece Hushing a little as I did it from suppressed laughter at my own audacity And then 1 looked at him for appiause There was a blank silence and nayeyes Mink and my checks grew hot with mortlllcation Humph he said at last getting up from his sent Well how IIs that ankle of tyoursIt my fate always to be seen by Dr irillln at ndlirtdvnntngefront- the time when he just saved me from murdering papa with the wrong midi tint on through various mlsadventuiis almost to the present day and I have hotel him afresh every time as if It were nil his fault Some IJltnptall ways see one nt her best he appeand on the scene invariably when Sac was least desirous of spectators I started out with rather a sinking heart not long after the adventure of the poem which incident by the wny hud rankled not a little in my udndt1 hunt up1 u Sunday school pupil who land dropped lilT after an attendance of a Sunday or two upon myInss He was said to IIOil a small street which I had never heard of in a remote and not especiallyI genteel part of the city which i had never explored and 1 foresaw that I should get lost 7 stopped on my way at the lions of another pupil of mine whom 1 knew to be ill and whom I hud been visiting tor some time IIIIK mother received me in a cold stuffy little parlor anil entertained me while Johnnie was being male ready for company I listened sympaheIcnl Ily to a mug narrative of the heartless treatment she had received from lieu physician who really did seem to have neglected his poor little patient tumid to have been rude timid overbearing beside I had passed him once as I went in and laud noticed how red and bloated ills face was and had thought then that he drank He wan a physician I suppose If no standing I mind serer before heard lilt Sane And then she concluded I justl phoned tar Dr slain My husband wild Dont you be bothering Dr irillln lies got moren he can do tend ing to the rich people Hut lies got time to tend to poor people too ns well I knew And I phoned old he came Ah lies an angel In a sickroom The comparison struck me as so huh crous that a cmlle rose to my face before I could cheekI it If I was Queen Victoria nnd Johnnie was the queens ton he couldnt be no kinder Now you eau just wall right In and see how peart Johnnies get tin After leaving there 1 walked on and on mid on as till story books say amid It really did seem that I loud embarked upon ono of the vague nlghtmareish quests of the Norse tales The end of ny journey seemed always just at hunch and still It lengthened1 lengthened 1111 I could fancy that I was n lovelorn princess looking for the castle of the clouds If Honnpurtc 1lunkctt had lived east o the sun and west o the moon or at any other of the addresses given In those veracious histories he could not it seemed to me have been IIHMV tantalizingly inaeesslble lit took Oil at lost n halfmythical character in fly mind as I could timid no trace of him liens and 1llHi van ynuawffinir across my path geese hissed titfTinp to my unspeakable discomposure pud dles of illsmelling water appeared or the mean sidewalks dirty women and children swarmed about the doors and still Honapartc IMunketts place of rest deuce ever receded from me 1 began to have n distinctly disreputable feel lug as It I were becoming assimilated to anysqualid environments and n taint fear arose within me an I real ized that I lunch not the slightest idea In the world of where I was Test I vtut lost I stood still anti looked blanklyI around me beginning as the loststraw to feel that iny ankle was Staving out 4 l I was just making up iny mint to ask the way to the nearest car line of the next person whom I should meet when 1 saw a buggy coming down the street A sudden hope took possession of meI He always crone when I was in some undignified and ridiculous plight And yell Oh Doctor GrifUn I called out lie pulled up at that quavering cry and looked at me for a moment in the blankest amazement And what are you doing In KockettM miss t he demanded us he helped ma in A wild wave exhilaration had come over me when 1 felt myself safe in th vehicle I was only paying some calls I said in nn olVlmnd way Arent the claims of society burdensome I nm really tired Culls he repented And where were you calling in Rocket ts I was going to the Ilunketts I said Hut never mindIt isnt their day nnywny I began to repent my nonsense when he tool n little red notebook out of his pocket and utterly Ignoring my pres lice began to look over it with knitted brows We drove on In perfect silence for several blocks anti he manifested no intention of resuming the conversation nt nil while 1011 my part was occupied in regretting that I haul totally forgotten that I was on my dignity as my old nurse would say Well Miss Frances he said sudden lly without looking up hue you for given me- Forgiven you for what I qucntion liglyI replied limit a reminiscent wave of mortification swept over me lie nave a short laugh still turning the loaves of his book but did not an swerAs he sat looking down with his brow firrowed and his rugged face showing very hard lincsat its hardest in the diem daylight I1 stole timid glances at him and wondered how I had the temerity to recite those miserable MII tlmcual verses of mine to him of all men I blushed hotly as I thought of my folly The horse had slackened Ids pace butt the doctor did nut seem to notice it Have you been writing tiny more poitry he asked as becoming con scious of the shims of civility No IIsaid sillily- He made no pretense of interest in my answer Indeed he was quite evident 1 ly not at mull attending to what I wild I did ni like that whats its mum sonnet of yours t he remarked lap ping till horse with he reins Ah I said ns if I had not already been crushed by the snubbing which it mind received Do you want to know wh1 did not like ithe went on He put his Ionic down and looked at me with a queer snilc YIII1 saidbutstlll with till haught mess born of inward humiliation He tools on ids lint and looked care fully into the crown frowning as if he hud that moment reminbcrod leaving there something of the highest value which seemed to be missing And then he put it on again He cleared Ills throat and jerked at the reins I didnt like to think of your whim poring about some whlppcrsnappcr Tie sail when I want you myself When the trees and houses had set tIled husk Into their normal places and the waterfall hud ceased rushing and roaring In my ears I looked at him nrd saw that he was talking on but of wont he said I hitch only the vaguest notion The hlankncss of my face must have struck him at last for he stopped abruptly Wait dont say anything yet he said We were drawing rcur to my onn home but till horse went very slowly If you could tell me he began here was something positively ull1 entity mind awful to JIll in the humility of his tonebut dont say anything unless Iit Is yes1 Take time any length of line tune It ttcenied to me that It had been a thousand years already Itwne such an old old fart that Dr irillln had nsl ed me to marry him that I felt that I hail been born with the consciousness of It 1 tried to remember how thingH were before it happened hilt no thcic was nothing before hat Neither spoke ns he helped me out of the buggy and solemnly walked with me up the long green y nrd He paused at the porch If he said you eauld possibly 111 yes dont make me wait I ran up the steps without replying and opened the door stopping with my hand upon the knob and looking buck at him standing upon the walk below Yes I said and banging the door I flew UMitnirs to my own room lhit1 peeped nt him through tho shutters and saw that he had bowed his head on his hat for n moment as If it were In church What a ridiculous couple we will bllI Ladles lio Journal On llls lluunl They have lady lawyers in America but the departure is still new One day a largo burly Irishman was giving evidence The Idea of being questioned by a woman lawyer was to him a huge joke until she began to question him on personal matters when assuming u suspicious air he remarked 1 dont know yep intentions mum but 1in a married uQDTltDlta ft- J 1 CANDOR OF MR BRYAN The Democratic CumlliTum It Above lIe coptlon nml IJlKlioaemy The republican organs parade us damaging to the democratic candidate the telegraphic correspondenceI of Mr llrynn and Senator Jones concerning the populist nomination and the re ports of his stubborn determination lo let the populists know where he stands The effect of Mr Hrynna attitude and utterances Iis undoubtedly the op posite of that hoped fur by these 01 gans The publication of the Hryan lonea correspondence did Mr Hryan more good than harm mind till that he finny say In line with his determination to meet the populists with perfect can dor is beneficial to him The American people admire frank ness nail honesty They abhor trickery and deceit Iii politics The public man who speaks his mind and disdains to profit by deception or hypocrisy carne t hell respect as the public man who ihovs himself willing to profit oy trickery receives their contempt It may tint have been good polities in the narrow sense of apparent tem porary advantage for Mr Hryan to tell the populists that he did not want and could nut accept their nomination on the terms with which it was offered Lint it urns good politics in the broadest mind best sense It wets the kind of politics thou gains honor nnd eon hi dence for a nun and that wins in the mug run Mr Hrynns desire to deal frankly with tIll populists and to give then an opportunity to net with a clear concep lUll of his own position was altogether creditable It showed him to bcw illing IMR ON I lo love tilt populist nomination by honest dealing rather than win iit by consenting to n misconception tit toIn course that might snvor of deception or dishonesty The of party icxcntnicnt which might be fclt iigainst n man who Is willing to sacri fice a political opportunity to con science must yield to a feeling of re probityThe If their voted for Mr Itrynns nomination under misunder standing of the situation the demo cratic candidate wan nut a party to the thllta out a clear knowledge of the conse quences the convention was kept from securing that knowledge by its own officers and not tby the man who was most concerned Sad most anxious that the convention should act with a full ntttllllt thtounstmesshearing him populistwho IIlItIcr hmuestyaidSaid William McKInley speaking iii the house of iiiII I userr cotmntryI glut it equal credit and honor with diserinuinntionImoneymidthtdouImile ofthiesclingalKccord Six yours after uttering those words William luiSantrlll CII II nom landau for the presidency How much confidence cnn tKc tinuuilttordernontimitionIleleuuMont The lcmocrntlc beonorepulilicans5 vilificntlonylLouis THE PAUPER CANDID TE DcuplciiMn Method tit Kepublfcj Blsgrutitled1eiuucryt The enemies of democracy hari ii ready begun n campaign of nbtisp language Is too vile no epithet coarse for them in speaking of theL nominated by the Chicago convent j Mr James Cordon Dennett lietliluluuuly twtnuideenoughhim lots generally had grafcr the democratic BifollllwlulrDana his paper has bolted the tmotni and left the rankInIt copied that perfect specimen utrttfv t thewimigi r toIrlllnllInnbUttouhlbiting hall judgment nnd lack of rIt humility as well lint the climax wa reached when the Herald printed tliii following sentence f Ilrynn Iis a paii cr of the west IMr has not a dollar timid is proud ot hlsJle crty Thisl vile and foolish attack gifts fc tIll democracy a campaign phrase ofr resistible form Mr HrynnI 1I1a not be rich hat he has never begged htabrttj honornblY11JII I citien in hishcisa rcprcsenlaUreol Inlhlstoohilowers lit has not n I lowed other inn to pay his debts lit hums not sold hla self body nnd soul to a syndicate millionaires Ile is not rich it Is true I HANNA CALLS MR WANAMAKER feeling representatives lItnthcs Congressional Independent eUltof and to be poor because he scorned tit methods that have made Ids rncmiw rich iis a thing to be proud of To style him upauper because lie hicks eUF gotten guns tthe Ohio syndicate isscit tering broadcast for corruption 1hum poses Is to Insult not only the man ol tIll people lot the uopltthemselveL As u campaign cry The 1nnpw Camliditc will awnkfii tin Indlp tine and hasten the net lOll of million10 Ithe hoaest American citizensI To tho three Its was credited tU election of Cleveland In J884 It II pears that TIlt IViper Candidate 1 likely to have a similar effect In tW campaign Tammany Times POINTS AND OPINIONS TIll Ileum object lci0 reachedI its zenith at Homestead l lrand there was a decided echo at tilt polls that ytnrN Y Journal The campaign biography of 3lr- Kinlcy V traces his ancestry luck Constantlne Mneduff earl of 1iruh 1 killed Macbeth thus by heroic com1 creating tin basis for Shakespeare I mortal tragedy This ought to cattr the jingo vote Utica Observer The republicans have not fornanl renounced their hop of carrying 1 least one southern state but tlnceVtr democratic victories in Alabama lei Tennessee the talk of breaking thtllOli south luis ceased and mighty Jlttlt being said about the solid west ktf sns City Times JC the gold n11 t hOlh 1It tbt could elfct McKinley thereby theyro undoubtedly rubs n campaign fund1s 100000000 in Kuropo alone I gold men keep pretty well informed Shuglignldstaadrhits i United States Wheeling llftfw infjwithNew York Hut1 sort diy thos mire thus blackmailed unity find Jat Ii n good ilea CllllIplr to pay n reAa able Income tax In support of the eminent than It Is to make tinr cubic contributions to support poll bossBmX Y World t r THE FARMING WORLD THE GARDENERS SONG i ion IL nrdenrra Ip1Casant nUt can be- And worklnginnnAl a n nIraotthulhwerlnudltroo I Ills life H9 Net to renvless SOUR oWeclT than pout CUll Hint nOll featliord throatswarblclln ruinNuln Of the birls ni lo sjirlnu And doth he not inaU thu wlIl1tltnill- otOR tleeliul4 n OIHIIWIOIC his strong right hand U the inaislc wandI brinKS frollh Howora to our feet f with a sneer or a frown a mUll may look downt Ignoble trades y nut purple and pride oven daro not deride The work of tho king of Hjmdos oldest craft Known liu claims as hl1 The r The owl onlyI work llcavon thought well 1 Should ho done by u man oro a trouble b1 i ari grand old jrnrdoner full i Then tip nun of tho pado should be proudI f of I hill trade invmiim no crowded IIIrt- ll Whose tlnllv toll Hives woaltli to tho soil e And joy to the home and hourt- Onrtonorsi Ma axlne THE CUCUMBER WORM 1 A lanuU Iliut Dor Mil Hi Diilimcu itiul f IN Hunt tu 1lKlit Lnrvne of the nent iueiiinher l niny be funs lhy the wholesale in sunn- ii gardens rutting pickles or fticumbfrN The Jarvn IH eusily roconlziille it IIsI about one Inch lung and of n HlluwlKhI white color with n greenish tech segment me a fiw slightly elevated ghiniii dotx from etch of which a line hair issues rile Maul of the larva iis yellow with II hlOWlIlIlIIlgill Tlie illus tration here ith rejirisentH the euciiinI I bet 1111 atlVctcd the lanw generally be about the middle of dIIItlatilllllltlllall UM Till ciinsiiiK preinalurc Oeeny Often seveuil Hpeeimens nre found on a tingle ciioiiinbcr When mature tlie s NKATCTf IMMIJU WOHM AMD MOTH tarn leavi s tin fruit Irnwi toifftlier a few fnii mriit of lenvos npliiH n eo coon andl in aUout eight of ten lays tit sleiulir Inown ohryHalii chdUjreH to nyellfW ili brown eoUneil moth There is more than a Niggle broil wed the chrVKdiH of the lnnt pusses the winter emeririiifT as u moth the nextyewr The nnli UN xlnnvn in tlie illuKlru thou JKIS tin irri iilHr JIll hh of yellow on the fun wlllloCfI tt hich nlo emxti tufts the color of Ithe Creator purlieu of tin inner jMirts of the hind goes the thighs breast andI nbdoimn an silvery whiti Krlvln r the whole t f the under side df the body n pearly nppear nnee The lower pnrttt of the legs nre yellow The body of the femur dinVr somewhat from tint of tlIIIclh it terminates in a small ilnttened bhiek preeedlugbrown color nbovc The lirnslilike ap hlrgtrti of lonjj nurrow scales whieh gory In Corer III the stunt Hpeeltneii Bonn nre white others nee bnmn or orange but generally ill three colors are present in tine specimen About the I pestlsbrood by hand picking while the vines are not yet too Inr e or rook inn feed the afTeeted fruit to swine Heinjr dif ficult to control Illn necessary that QhllllciGARDEN AND ORCHARD In growing fruit and vegetables If large sie is desired do oat overcrowd but give eneh plant laid specimen plenty of room Most vnrieties of penrs art fliner In flavor Iif they ar plchrd and ripened in the hom rut her than left on the ripeSudden pruning touch ns Inking oil n largo quantity of wood in n liude MIISOII is apt to rule tthe fruit crop of tin next season One rule in pruning should be to thin out every yenr nil till old exhausted wood 1411 wenk young shoots told all- that cannot reach full light I The lust nnd most profitable prunngf Nispiicrries nnd blackberries eau be done now by pinching the young canes back to not over three fut high Un necessary growthI of wood is made nt- the espni of fruit The xprout growing around the hark theydoI art i 1lghtly nod should be removed without Way Now i1ft t good time for doing workof thin kind In the orchard nnd for nil kinds oft fruit pUfiphntie and potash manurci fie talc bet iYult St Louis llepub t tV v fUfTER MAKING RULES Recently laued by Iho not AlrrhmllaSociety of KiiRUnd Slntple rules for butter mnkhtg hQcbeen lulucl1 In n revhed farm by tit1 loyal oGrlCllturnlliocht ntandElillsltf 1 hey ore iiut I Irepare the following mnmer churn tvnodchnuds titstra scold with boilimwater 3t tub thoroughly with IInlt I ll rlllt with cult water AlwayK use n correct the erennt wheu III the temperature of 53 to SS uur and GO to 62 degrees tllIrmomettJl churn should never be sfull Churn rcyolnUuwsuggeateulIfnonnrr given churn lit 401045 revolutionper mlnuto Always churn Ilrst slowly a- Ventilnte the frtgneutlytilrushesopenedStop hatercnn ascertained 1 lookTho hII I gnthImustard seed Pour I I smnqunatilylto ItI IIJ tIigrnlnsto tl utfthehutternllgiving a stniinlngeloth plulldOHr n hu 1steer so as to prevent loss 1Ile any nod urns tI butter III the churn with plenty ofr cold water then draw oil the waterIIlIItl repent the process until the wntcemirs off quite clear To brine 1111111Iwoiult10lllte gal Imlnlllgclolhlrh1 putlid1 110111tlnllsto fifteen minutes IICIllllrllout on worker IMIVC it n few minutes to drain and Work gently till tillanjertluou moisture iie preyed out To drywdt putter Inner butter on worker lot It drain ten to llftwn nth IttN then work gently till all the butter comes together PitH it on the scalesI fwd wHjfh thou weigh twit for slight saltinirI onefourth ouner medium onehalf oueo limvv Mltlnjr three butterlollcarefully iprinklxnlt uvtr the lIIrfncIlIlittltIIt- I time roll up null ni nt till nil thu salt IM usedI X HXfHr touch the butter with your hamliPEKISHAULE PRODUCE In Aiiolnillii llutuir h Nmv 1iirKnl In IluMiT of 1iirln There Nceniit to be no limit to till in genuity InMowed upon thin deviBlnjrof means for arfoinplUliliig the trniiMM rl of the iKrixhable pnxluct of distntit climck tu the ICnglisli market A new metliiHl dcNcrilHd in the Australasian IIK Uinl of jwicking butter in a box iniido of sixI khettH of onlinnry glasuN sill tlit edges IKIIIJT covered over with jnimmed paHr The glass IKIX iis enveloied In a layer of pltiHter of purls a quarter of nu inch thick and this is covered with specially picjmrcd IMIJICI The ilai ter bring a INK conductor of heel the tom IHrature inside the hermcticnlly sealed receptacle remains constant being un affected by external changes TIll lOot of packing IK altotit one pence j11t1PUlllltl llutter packed in the way described at Melbourne lias peril sent ncroMM the scu to South Afrlen hurl when tin ease wait opened at IKimberley 7M mileI from Cape Town the butter was found to 1m ns sound ax when it left the factory in Victoria Canes arc now nude to hold an much as two hundredweight of butter nmHOhands moNtlyhoynandgiris are occupied In mil 11 III I he glass receptacles tuna covering them with planter TheI tillIII lid however is put on by n nllcllMKremoved by the purchaser squall easi 1 ly A saving of 2M per 111111111 freight tadI inching is claimed III comparison with the cost of froen butter carried in the usual way Scientific American WATER FOR CATTLE limy Ksrrllcnt Um Cwt IM Muiln of a WMlnrTlRlit Jlnrrrl 1asture springs Income foul mud IholesI if left for cattle to drink froth and wutertrnlllpI IlIOW TO WATBIl CATTM gets very warm In summer Cut a hll reel lut one over tileIn two parts Miirlnif ml BIOWD and lendIli water by n lIp into the other on lower ground The water being constantly moving will llccJI fresh and cool and cattle can tlnm drink withoft soiling the welterkrrlbune Tho larger the Bummer and full growth of strawberry plants the larger next season To se UHl1Jlbcrnl1 peccaaaryt 1 i y- n p 4 llntI clenu unclean says usury Christka Boul Whntt do you not begin 0tremble at tho thought of coudomna tlon We hMo como now to tho most tutor csting part of thli great trial The speakThuof responsibility In England and tho United Mates there huvo arisen men I who in this calling have been honored t by their race nnd thrown contempt those in the profession who tutee I tcn entity of rt great many nunn lint profession will bo honor I mg ns it has nttnehud to ItIsueh titnos ns Mnnstiold nnd Mar nhnll an t story and ICvnt and South t ard told VUlhun Ylrt Th court routs huts sometimes been the scone otI very marvelous and thrilling things t flllUOIIfOlntr1I I Some of you have rend of the famous trial in Westminster hall of Warrcivv Hastings the despoller of India llmt r great mutt had conquered India by splendid talents by courage by bribes Ji U gigantle dishonesty thu tvholu world had rung with applause or con a detonation tiatherod in Wentminster h nlhrTheres too mneh sixteen to our in this tllnwlltrW yawned ngaiulevthuul Plain Denier LIFE IN SOUTHERN MEXICO riimttri Llrr In Luxury titul lCla1I Uvor 1lions1uutl Tlie strnnjfer in Mint horn Mcxieo IIN tiKtonlshid at the mngniileenee in which the wealthy plllllhII line lathIKI like n king in his own extensive duoI main nhmilute moimreh of ill he Mir veyx and lonl of the liven mid deMtiniew thenlaborern of rural Mexieo ore called There In no other house within Id mlleH if fJimlxiOiilcHS except the strut thntehed huts of the InborerM ell of whleh with theNtoreli mj4ehnpcland other bulldlitffH neeennarv to the wantn of tht Inolnteil eoniinunitv tire ineoMied nithln stone 111116 high and ntrong enough to lthntnnd a nief Krom Nah to Ititelieii the proprietor renidtiiee IN- n niodil of eleifituiv nnd eoinfortmiiteil to the climate soil tvpleal of the rural home of Mnltliy Mexl aiiN Ihi rIII IIUltar room whleh none of ttlu tr genii altI could dlNpeuxe with In net tin least nttrnrUvO jwrt of fHH IIOUHC Itnrc picttiriK ailurnjtjfcy vnlln told In a large KhikH eaxe Iin a S llitTpuof lhei11AuetleNUNI arathermt giiiIollttIIlleyesIhutl- ion nml lint HIM A liiApof yellow earls wadtdHiiifliterN n IfllgloiiK dulyofI ilrcKNlnjf beniitlhdly In hiec raps null oilken robes ndorned with JtwiU On either Mhlof tho sleeping luilx KtniuN nrfiinh of Mary wad lowrph with linnds tIlNprdnut if in adoration and twhvii lay exery member of the family1 nnvn his prayeiM and piitermmtem In fore II At the fnrcnd of the liuum IIN the both reuelK c1 hyH coyer dJ tnlrvay Ue seending 20 fett ir more yon ruler to II pool of Clem cool wHtcr nlHiut MI VCII feel drip fed by n spring Inside Itin grout eawi art two hMthrooniN with ltiled lIIOM poreclnln tnlM and nil modern eonveilleuc hutI everybody who eon uniin naturally prefer the outside bath The hneiendn irnrdpii in a won der In its way In It cure nni of eoeim nut mniigoes nnd retl pewr ttrcen cliunpN uf nniiiKiH and llmen Ililfliitw of fig wad poiuiKrnnateH while the Howcr beds raUed a foot from the ground and bordered with beautiful shells bedded in mortar an tilled with roses nnr cIsMix tulieroKcs and other lowers com mon enough at home hut here utmost niirecngiilnblc the familiar favor lien hecniiM1 grown to snehgretttir jMr feel lOll lint even this paradlne IIIIH Its draw backs 1or one thing there IIH little good drinking witter in Campechc und tio such thing ns let to be had for love or Monty While ouch family IIIIH n well till wnlrr coining from a depth enough to keep it moderately cocl the suitI I in it rcntlrrM It unlit to drhk I Therefore rainwater is kept In tanks nnd cooled by evaporation In porous jars lint few people In till tropics drink any water straight HO tospcih Chocolate Is invariably served nt break fast nnd coffee with dinner and idwayw claret or other wines with the fund And then there lire n hundred delicious and cooling bevernges concocted from oranges limes pineapples and seeds The national hrend t irtlllasnoti- hr tortlllns of 1texleols made from cornmenl which by the way Is now selling In Cainpechi nt turn rate of SIM n barrel so tint bread is beyond tho reach of till jworcr clnsses Iliinnmis however cure tilt iitniT of life lifer nboutH eked out to be tortillas tf crushed corn n In Mexican hitter brought front Jfcw York wed Denniiirk dcolttNl ll1lIoII 10 eclltN resit brdr11J= t nn hut happily HHI ltill finest In rijivnlil and liiMlotiN fruits of ninn3rvnrlptien art plentiful ehenplldlndelphlu Keeonl y Ills rortuni My denr llniKon what In IhenntiRvof your joyful cxprewdon of counttfiiunco Have you received a fortune 1 have my dear fellow T ImTC1 CongrattdntlonB And the figurer ItI a b o1Detrol Fret 1rtMy t Iesoe Chiracs to lit PrtrtaN Retarr On account bf tho O A R Enc Hn nont tho Northwestern Lino Chicago North Western Railway will on August 31 and UcJcetaCromof 1800 for iho round trip good for return namfrti until September in with privllcgo of further extension to BcptotnbcrUO ItftHJ For tickets and full Information apply to V1311v1aKnltx Tnt TAtt 111Ax naIrilr111 get oven with you air U Phu thult Nat eWelly uYou will have to get down on your Uuoca to do ILI A WotiUrrfulPhenomenon The innti who should pass through Ufa vlthont experiencing n twinge or Imlipts flan might bo fitly regarded as n wonderful prixhlogudI aroknown111l1lIlnrreIUllhan well us for lover nod nisuo doblMy Mil Bllpatlou rheumatism and kidney troubles Couc lute tho pinion Maud II hut Maud wets tooth too wlnt Buhl oho O no too corn has ears nod the polalocHcycNlu dlu ugwllsJourunh Cheap Kicurtloni in tilt 1Yrrt unit North W Vtt OnAuKUiU IS Hoptombor I If 2sOr tabor II and 20 lHi The NorthWcHtern Lino Chlcapo A NorthWestern Uy will tell Homo Heeltors uXIII1lol1 UcUuU at pohtlarformation apply to ticket ugcnts of con nCl till linen or address W U KxisKCHXUlT AUhlcafiOlll A Sunnn DIriTIrr10N1 suppose you hMO muslo at tho hotolt uNo but wo have u baud Harpers liazar KITH stopped frcH and pcrmannntly cured No Ills titter Ural dai tiNe of Dr Klines throat Nervn llesiorer KrcoJJJ trial bottle MtrcatlHo lit ltasntl1tUrh lit Plilla 1a Urn Mahe1 promise to ninety her pho III1I0I 7CO is 1 1 1 THE I DESIGNS PUBLISHED This IH r LJArt Mode the of drcall Order of your New dealer or send tub Cent rut TsurteU Mt to for Ibo Tart tt tfmtt MORSEBROUGHTON CO O 3B3 lOtlifGUtlad Broadway NEW YORK Gladness Comes With n better umlcrolnmllng of the physlualforts gentle efforts plcnstmiofVortft 4 rightly directed There In comfort In the knowledjjo that RO man forms of sickness nro Hut duo to any ills case but simply to u conNtlpatcd condi plcuumtfnmllyi ly removes Thnt IH why It IIs tho only remedy with mlllUnmof fuuii1 lenndfa everywhere esteemed no hlfrhly by All who vnluu goixl henlti Ian bvnettclal effects arc duo to till feet that iris the ono remedy which m iuolcn Internal cleanliness without debllltntlng Ute organs on which It seta It la therefore nil Important in order to get Its bene llcjal olTcctB to nato when you puri + chase that you hnvo tho genuine ole which in tnanufaotur by tho CitU fond a Pig Syrup Co sold by all druggistsIf of good health std tho system is regular Inxntivcs or other remedies aro then not needed If afHicted with nny actual dlscnsc ono pl unity bo to the most skillful physicians hot if In need of u laxative ono should hnvo tho bent null with tho wellinformed everywhere Syrup of FlgsRtandR highest null IH moat largely used and glvoa mont general satisfaction 1ioNSEverybody Likes Itn B1 d PLUWEverybody likesII Battle Ax because of its exceedingly fine quality Because of the economy there in buying it Because of its low price Its the kind the rich men chew because of its high grade and the kind the poor men can afford to chew because of its great size A 5cent piece of 4 Battle Ax is almost twice the size of the JOccnt piece of other high grade s I Ibran 1 1 DRESSMAKERS FIND ONL- YORIGINAL In Country do La reIlabloqucMlon Number Inl lo THE UMt JStxoot- M actual arK only fond commtMided uuin ou HIITIK t IVIIHH i 11111I l t WtlNIfibrilII111110ll1ItIIP1 tlumrtbuiltimllon mitlriii Hiit tit MM- lUAIIO ruiITcrIts Ilrouilwny N Ya nit ayr afai ryM et i WORK STEADY WK IAV UAHII WKKKIYund 11STA8Khushlrl0ti1trhuunturw r TMKrn HTAIIK IIUOTIIKIIS J4IIIUMNAMI 1tllK u liT III EDUCATIONAL rvnf sw ACADEMYL t n II 11114 M 11111rJlilr 10 UllOXTfJCVH Or T-rUlllsrN f Lt11MnmunAlcarIt1rrfSrInrrerboulnmIlstrdapuIsUnI InNucrnlArttntnduc1orytonrInrruaonYnaerb tnrbtlnrlwleturmurithanterrn1tWrr f irrnlbrdrnrnnddwbNNtoIqwhrWpiceNtF l f nuinAMlfMANexCA= WHKX VHITIN- plene + wlrvmxm lKIt tlufe this jr awn + MalYUrt- Nneat ha ku1 tiaii v r If i w t jl 1 47fIj j t o- JI t I I 1+ J t ldn 4 THE FARMINGTORLD THE GARDENERS SONG hunt a pardoners llfo Is ns pleasant a life As a worklnKmnns clot be TIs a glad pursuit to plant the root And nurse tho llower nail true His life Is set to oeaneloHS sung sweeter than pool cnn slm Warbled In notes from ibo fentbcril throats Of the birds from Humnivr to spring And doth ho not make tbo wildcat brake lay ns n conquerors Ilea ror bit strong rlRht bund lIs Ibo magic wand That brings fresh flowers to our foot With a sneer or a frown n man may look down Upon many Isnoblo trades nut purple and pride oven daro not dorldo The work of tbo king of spndos The oldest craft known bo claims as hIs own The only work Heaven thought well Should bo dune by a man urn a trouble bo- Or t ar the grand old gardener tell Then the men of the spade should be proud of their trade Invailliur no crowded mart Ylioso UUly toll hives wealth to the soil And joy to the borne and heurt- Onrl1ellcrs MnKazlne THE CUCUMBER WORM A IuruKltf Tlmt 11n1N Much Diiuuieo nuilI- N Hunt to Fight Larvoe of the neat cucumber worm may be found by the wholesale in some gardens ruining pickles or cucumbers The larva is easily recognizable it Is about one loch long and of a yellowish white color with a greenish tinge On cuch segment are a few slightly elevated paining dots from each of which a fine hair issues The head of till larva is yellow with a brown margin The illus tration herewith represents the cucum her as affected till larvae generally be gin to appear about the middle ofjuly and continueI their dcprcdntionsjmutll late in September feeding on thj flush of the cucumber rendering jt unfit for use and causing premature decay Often several specimens are found on a single cucumber When mature the NEAT ClCtMIUCK ont AND MOTH hirxa lenses the fruit draws together a few fragmentIII of leaven spins a co coon and in about eight 01 ten days the slender brown uhrysali changes to U yellowish brown colored moth There is more than a single brood and the chrysalis of the last pauses the winter emerging as a moth the next year The innih as shown in the illustra tion hUH an irregular patch of yellow on the fore wings which also consti tutes the color of the greater portion of the inner parts of the hind ones the thighs breast nnd nhdoiucn are rilvery white giving the whole r f till under side of the body a pearly appear mice The lower parts of Ithe legs err yellow The body of the female differs somewhat front that of the male it terminates in n small flattened black rush scpiarcly1 trimmed the preced ing segment however is of a rusty brown color ubove The brushlike ap jMwlnge of till male is much larger formed of long narrow settles which vary In color in the same specimen sore err white others are brown or orange but generally all three colors are present in one specimen About the only method of denting with this pest is to destroy till larvae of the first brood by hand picking willie the vines are not yet too large or mule and feed the affected fruit to swine Being dif ficult to control it is necessary that every precaution be taken and every Insect destroyedFarm1 mid Home GARDEN AND ORCHARD In growing fruit and vegetables If large sle 1 is desired do not overcrowd but give each plant and specimen plenty of room Most varieties of pears are Hner In flavor If they tins picked and ripened in the house runner than left on the tree until fully ripe Sudden and severe pruning such ns taking oft n large quantity of wood in a slnilc season is apt to ruin the fruit crop of the next season One ruse in pruning should be to thin out every your all till old exhausted wood nil weak young shoots null mull that cannot reach full light TIll hi st and most profitable prunng of raspnt t t its and blackberries urn be done now by pinching the young canes basic to nut over three feet high Un necessary growth of wood is made at the expense of fruit The sprouts growing around the bark of fruit trees even avowing that they do no great harm are nt the least un sightly anti should be removed without delay Now Is i good time for doing work of this kind In the orchard and for nil kinds of fruit phosplmtlo nnd potash manures give the beat risullsSt Louis Kepub V 4 A VA Vic- ite Y BUTTERMAKING RULES Recently iMuect by the Royal Agrluultur EnglandSimple lInbcen tillnoi ngltlltllUc1our ling fish contemporaries They are put ii till following manner woocIelhOtHlslllns with cool water 2 scald with boillm water 3 rub thoroughly with salt4 rinse with cold water Always use n correct thermometer The attentperatnreI t nicr and GO to fis degrees in winter Th churn hitfulllI suggested by maker of churn If non are given churn at 40 to J5 revolution per minute Alwu afirstVentilate the churn freely and fre I muiitly during churning until no at openedStop hittelbthegrltltofa stun of wnttoIIl1l11rllt fordrninhtgllraa r sieve wailtitt plenty u C cold water then draw off till water mill repeat the process until the wnlllC- Ollles oil quite clear To brine butter make a strong brine 1 IIIIpll n ttyer mouth of churn pour In brine pu 1101111UIlItSminutes Then lift the butter out of churn into Kieytturn butter out nt worker leave it a few minutes to drain and work gently till all nuperlluous moist nr+v4M pressed out To drysalt butter place mutter on worker let It drain ton to fifteen min nits then work gently till nil till butter onus together Place I it on IIhr scales and weigh then weigh wilt for sllgh- usaltitti out trturlli ounce mrdium onehalf OUHCO heavy Milting three quarters ounce to the pound of butter Boll mutter out on worker and carefully sprinkl salt over itill surface a little nt a time roll up and reHat till all tinloa It1M use- dltNeverX touch the butter with your hands PERISHABLE PRODUCE III AiiNlrnllti Multur In uw ImUril lla- Ilusicr I or Ilirl I There xeenis to lie no limit to the in genuity bestowedl upon the devising of means fur aiooiniilixliinx the transport of till 1KIiflha hit pioduee of distant climes to the Miiglitih miirkot A new method dexcribed ini tin AiiBtralasian is that of packing butter in a bus maik of six sheets of ordinary glass all till edges iMlng covered over with gummedt paper The glass box iIK enveloped in u layer of planter of parls a quarter of an inch thick and this is covered with specially prepared paper The plaster being a bad conductor of heat the tem perature inside the hermetically scaled1 receptacle remains constant bring mi affected by external changes The cot of packing is about one pencil per pound Iluttor packed in thu way described at Melbourne lulls been bruit across the seaI to South Africa anti when the case was opened at Kimhcrlcy 700 miles from Cape Town the butter was fount lo bu as sound as whet it left the factory in Victoria Cases lire now matte to hold an much as two hundredweight of butter nndIO hands most lyboyn and girls are occupied in maklngtlie glass receptaclesI and covering them with plaster The topor lid however Is put on by a simple mechanical arrangement aural IIHI removed by the purchaser equally east Ily A having of 21 per cent on freight and picking is claimed in comparison with the cost of froen butter carried In the usual way Scientific American WATER FOR CATTLE How Kxrrllfiit Unit fun tie Miuln of WutniTlRlit Mnrrel Pasture springs become foul mud d links if left for cattle to drink from tun tramp through Moreover the J I HOW ro WATKIl CATTLE gets very warm In summer Cut a bar rel III two parts Put out over the spring ns shown and lend the water by u pipe into the other placed on lower ground The water bring constantly moving will keep fresh and cool mind cattle can thus drink wlthoift soiling the lItelX Y Tribune The largerthe summer nut full growth of sirmtithrrry plants the lnrfer fruit next season laneth JII11bcml1 necessary j 4 M Ji I C nit nI I h I etl er eI tlIn tl r G WlllltIhlIbusiness to suit me she hrlly drawlctf and yawned again Cleveland 1laln Dealer LIFE IN SOUTHERN MEXICO Iliintiri Ilvu III Luxury and KttlgnI User flans ViifiimU 6Ihr strnnger in southern Mexico Is astonished at the magnilleence in which the wealthy planters live Kaeh Is like a king in his own extensive do tuulln absolute monarch of nil he sur veys curd lord of tine lives and destinies of his retainers or peons as the laborers of rural Mexico arc called There Is no other house within 20 lilies of fioatcoalcas except till straw thatched huts of the laborers all of which with Ilistornhuastsnhapelned waiststof the lisolated community url inclosed within stone walls high null strong enough to withstand a sitgr From sale to kitchen the proprietor residence is a model of elegance mill comfort suited to the Hlmntc and typical of the rural homes of wealthy Mcxleaim Tin fam fly altar room which none of I Erse good Catholicii could dlnpmse with is nut tin least attractive port of tit house hate pictures adorn JtftwallK and in a large glass ease is a flmjife of tit infant lesus IIInlhlIIRI tn loli with 11 Iliul open sisal shut ami AiUnpof yellow curls upon tit head which tit xonora east her daughterK miikc n tvligiuus dulyI of dressing beautifully In bunraps andI silken robes adorned with jewels On either suit of the sleeping babe tand figures of Mary and Joseph with hands Hasped as if in adoration and twiiva lay every member of the family says his prayers and paternosters before It At tit far end of the house Is the both reached by a covered stairway De scending SOi feet or more you count to a pool of titerI cool water about seven feet deep fed by a spring Inside Ithe 1pr5ut easn art two bathrooms with tiled floors porcelain tubs lord all modern IonvcificnecH but everybody who can swim naturally prefers the outwidf bath The hacienda garden IK a won der in Its way In It are rows of eocua antnmugoranndrialpenrtrr5scln11lpsof I and pomegranates while the flower beds raised a foot from Ithe ground and bordered with beautiful shells bedded in mortar arc filled with roses nar HKSIIS tuberoses and other flowers com titan enough at home butt here almost iMirccognlable as the familiar favor ites because grown to such greatt r IHT fcot lOll lint even this paradise hits its draw backs For one thing there Is little good drinking water In Campcchc and no such thing as Ice to be hind for love or money While each family has a well the water coming trout a depth enough to keep it unskrntrlynoelI the suit in it renders it unfit to drink Therefore rainwater is kept in tanks and cooled by evaporation In porous jars lint few people In the tropics sprualtrChocolate lnvmiriahlyary5d at fast and coffee with dinner and always claret or other wines with the food And then there art n hundred delicious and tooling beverages concocted from oranges limes pineapples and Heeds The national bread tortillas not the tortillas of Jltxicois made from cornmcal which by the way Is now selling In Cnmpeche at the ride of X24X- L barrel so that bread is beyondt tbo reach of the poorer rlnssex llananas however are the staff of life liner abouts eked out to be tortillas f crushed corn n la Mexican lluttcr brought from New York and Denmark costs from 2b cents to 1 a pound ehCOUP 50 cents fresh beef 13jdttl lHt hint happily fish tilt finest 1 iniprscvvorld and luscious frnltH of ninny varieties are plentiful curd eheaplliladelphu Itecord 0 114 Fortune My dear Unison what Is lhe muse 01 your Joyful expression of countenance Jon you received a fortune t have my dear fellow t linyc Congratulations And the figure i ta kOoJDetrolt Fred PremU C800 Chicago to St Pawl salt RetarL nclunllmcntnOWeatorstLinoChicagoNorthWestern September I 1bsel excursion Uclicla from Chicago to St Paul and return at rata of tSOO for tho round trip good for return passago until September Inwllh privilego 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first days use of Dr tithes Uroat Nervo Uesiorer 1ivefU trial bottle A treatise laKuNr 11 Aivhnt Ililln lu photot1IJlhollotJrlnegative1 Detroit Free 1iuns0 buying FIND This PArt do HoaG all the tOt llablo information dtctllloOrdlrdealer ucnil M Coots nat rurul fur the last Number af Cni MORSEBROUGHTON GOO JStxroott- W GUt Ave and VqTA1ltht lwopcref10rtsrightly There Is In the knowledge that eo many forms of sickness nro not due to any actual dis ease lint to u constipated condi ly removes 1hcltll remedy with mlllioimof fumilicaantiIs everywhere esteemed HO hljrhly by all who value good hunltV Its beneficial oi effects arc duo to fount Unit itis the ono remedy which internal YorgnnsY nil important In order to got ltd hone ficial effects to note when you pur chase that you Imvo tho genuine arK clc which in manufactured by the Call fornia Lig Syrup Co only and sold by nil drugglsta If in tho enjoyment of good health and the system is regular laxatives or other remedies Bra then not needed If aniictcd with any actual disease ono may bu commended to tho most skillful physicians if In need of n ono should have Urn heat nUll with tho wellInformed everywhere Syrup of stands highest stud Is moat largely used and glvoa moat general satisfaction Everybody Likes It 13 PLUGEverybody likes Battle Ax because of its exceedingly fine quality Because of the economy there is in it J Because of its low price Its the Idnd the rich men chew because of its high grade and the kind the poor men can afford to chew because of its f greatsize5cent A piece ofII Battle Ax is almost twice jjjbrandsjjj I I DRESSMAKERS THE ONLY PUBLISHEDi In Country w La And most on or eItr ttf r to THE 3Q uBrt lathflroadway N EWe I I directed comfort simply picnattntfamilyh I tbo piomotoH reputable but laxative t I Fig I uoii uic niivuKi iviiicii i If 11111IevrIRnI In the right pl frOiril lwn i i luapRifrP1117115IIt11walvr right V I1 1C IL lel iml nil1 llniiirl built fur Itnnnjlilt return Yur IHriatuiu or lolu- nnnonnddrrranpt at Mnilii IIIAIKI rHIIT CXI AO Itroiuttvny N Y ini lMq 10 p w1wyr 141 wat i STEADY WORK n ItwalllEDUCATIONAL r ORETTO ACADEMYLORETTO KARION CO XZHTUCKV L Arkniiwl iitfoino iip rtortfifMllin for hn lIIPllnll UIIwlLVuJturll 111111 1Ilflu- eUn 7IOIa1Kim11IATIt Ynr AtlnllIf lip i11ir to vnttxriicjMA or TUJtU a S KIIIMKK ACillKHV UK Tilt URL 1YKKSITY UK UUCAtlO MT WMK01U HUA ColIlIl lr uurll1rbolmlll wUn6 uricnn0lrttlllltItUl rurillorIhanI flANKLIN COLLEGE EVWATENs a a rItuonlpIlossfitrnIudronuRndbook 2011111IfOarIOIIIIRrowRhplntaornIosutWA ThAIa5Yrrw N KE leis IA WSfJINoi YKTUjHi 1 state dual y sour bydvcrtlwIB thu ul t Of fr fv v r Ii j 4 1tII N r i 4r I Ii 1- J Pt att e ips = r- tjr1 uri +r JFSSl BALD irSNCEK COOPER Editor CIAS E HAIIGHT AmocUte Editor 0 i I r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 17 IfiO DEMOCRATIC TICKET Poi Preiitlent WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Of Nebraska For VlcelreNldeutr ARTHUR SEWALL- Of Maine For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FIT1 ATRIOK- OK KU YI COUN- TYANNOUNCEMENTS p FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce AIC- OMHS UN ti cnndldalo for the office of Sher- IIrTof Wolfe county inbjvct to the action off the Democratic party c FOR COUNTY JUDGE authorized to announce J It IIOIA4ON1N u candidate fur the flea ofI County Jugde of Wolfe county subject to the action ul tlui Dcmoorutic party n T CKNTKIt in hereby announced ns n candidate for the olllcu of County nudge subject to the action of the Democratic pri mary September lit IVc are authorized to announce lr H S HWANGOiu ti randidutc fur County Judge HUhjcct to the action ol the Democratic pri mary For Commonwealth Attorney o are authorized to annonnci A I IlYltl an a ctindidate for Commonwealth Attorney lor the IMrd Judicial DNfrlct sub loot to the action of the Democratic party 110 are authorized to announce IL II IIAUUIS of Leu county us a candidate fur Commonwealth Attorney for the I111 Jn IhtUuutourutlai FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY1 1I1111111111r11nI Wlfdl1l11trt vnitl primary ron COUNTY CLERK WP iliorohy announce SILAS TITT ns su raudldate for County Clerk saljutt to the uotlon of the DtMiiocratM at the primary on September ll IiFORrtAL11a2 I nut a candidate tlr thu office of Jailer ofr 1I Volfe county atilt solicit the support of the f 43r SDellietatlt pnrty In the Primary to Ibe hellj ly Ncptemlmr 101ISIhl Some seven yeais since JliHd the mislortniie to lose one of my legs t N itjidjilnce tlmt time have been nimble to rrJl jn farm labor That fur more Ihnlli libt Tier reason prompts me to ask fir slit Slll1olf nnd If elected I protons to fulfill the JOitjfJiJikevery respect Hoping for your fcppnnrt 111111 obediently yours wt AhlIbEUI I 3111IEIL rr To Tint 5ooi InoiiH nr WtMii corxTV t I wishI to nnnounuo that IItrio II sunup l f r+ for Jailer of Wolfe eounly subject to the Democratic party I have inlays bleu a lulu have always supported the + tIuutucohIIe nominee in every rate nation nl state and county nod this is the tlrst time I ever asked for lillie My wife lias been an Invalid liar 15 years iud I have t been unfortunate In that respect If I net the nomination and am electedI I will till tho olllce to tin satisfaction of everybody Asking your support and NiillniKc at the Primary IItun yours fur the nominee WMI IIUKWKIt o FOR ASSESSOR I am a cHiidldatc for the office of Assessor of Wolfe county wad solicit the support ill the Democratic parly in the Primary lo behold September 10 1SIHI Having beta a Democratic voter In thu count of Wolfe and a friend to the party through thick sold thin for always 111111 now asking the olllce nf Assessor for the county I am and always have beta for nay and everything that would 1 tho country I haw put in built money anti time to foster every enterprise cud never charged u cent for my service and awhile from this no laboring nuns ever called on me for a favor tint lie got It in tutu my precinct and tutu the facts Asking tow shut you will support me UK 1 have you I remain your friend IL V ANDKKSQK We are authorized to announce G W SALLKI ni n candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary u Primary Election Call Notice is hereby given thnl by order of tho Democratic Committee of tho Utfd judicial district of Kentucky 1n primary election will bo held in nil tho counties composing wild district on tho 3rd day of October 1805 between tho hours of 7 oclock n in and 4 oclock p m for for tho purposo of nominating Demo crate candidates for tho offices of circuit judge and commonwealths attorney for Mid district to be toted for at the November election 1897 At said primary election the polls win bo openedat the regular voting places in all tho voting r prrchlelite each Itlnjyjqapkiilstli This August 18 18- ED CALLAHAN Chairman WM GOOeY Secretary r- iat TUG gold bugs have held their con vcution In Indianapolis and with nl I Iy their airs of superior honor east honest have fooled nobody They as was ex petted nominated candidates for press dent and vicepresident which they neither expect or desire to be elected denounced nil Democrats who favor the I JcllloerntleII noIplcxion has ever done before and1 adjourned willing doubtless to assemble 0again in convention iif they have loft undone anything which tho money sharks of tho country would have them do It was a great convention if the important of time delegates composing it could be accepted at tho estimate which they place upon themselves It was a convention with lofty ideas of morality Hilly Hreckinridgc was its chiefspokes man and hit standard of morality In well known to the people of this country It was a grand Democratic convention and its slogan II vote for tho nominees of it iif thereby the election of McKinley can be best promoted if not vote straight for McKinley ought to prove it Demo ocratic of course it was if Democrac and Republicanism menu one and th tsome thing Democrats of the South a least are expected to vote for the ticket named by that convention It matters not to them of course that Gen Palmer was willing immediately after tho war to disfranchise every Democrat or South ern sympathiser The gold standard must be upheld if wo have to kiss every luau that smites no say tho bolters Democrats of Virginia what say you IeniiiHula Enterprise The state convention of Gold Demo crats on August 2t in Illinois uninitiated for governor Gen John C Illiick The general declined the great honor thrust upon him by men noxious to save this country In the letter of declination the general ays- rec0guimI the disinterested character mid lofty aims of your orgunl1lltiQn that Jt spplcs to establish lira Doniociucy upon it unuiutil foundation and anmUt iU ancient principles n refuge for ln erring I brethren in the future mid a safeguard jf free povoriiHiolti I ilUWIilife the un sclllsh ileVuliuU ofthl men present in your CUliveiition to principle ruin De mocracy but I am further convinced beyond a rcnsonuhlo doubt that the only cUect in the election of my candidacy would ho to diminish the chances of one or the other of these gentlemen for elec tutu Tanner Republican tutu Altgeld Democrat Wouhl it not have been wise and pa trio tic if Mr talons and Mr Ituekner had recognizing the usclessnes of their candidacy said wo do tint wish to inter fern with the election of Mr McKinlcy or Mr IJrynn therefore we dcclinr Anyhow that war record of Palmer will I lay him on the shelf Gen Huiknrr will wo suppose get some votes bolter as ho I salt Sterling Advocate Communicated I The time lias come at lust when tho people of this grand out commonwealth realize that the administration of public affairs hits been too long in the hands of unscrupulous and impure men Year by year has more forcibly impressed this great truth that our ruin hay been accomplished by scheming politicians who sought self elevation rather than tho interest and welfiuo of their constituent This will exist not only among State limit also among county officials Men are elected not upon merit but by organization town cliques and relation ship + A nine may be drunkard or he may be immoral in every respect but if he is in the ring he is sure to win It Iis seldom if ever an honest respectable temperate tend conscientious country man obtains the goal ho seeks for SuchI has been the case too long 1 but it Iis re freshing to think that there is beginning to dawn a time wizen the fathers of this country dcire to correct a long and ter rlble mistake of giving olllce to those whoso deNt and reputation stake them unlit to fill it they realize thins they must cast their votes for those who judging from their past lives would consecutions and judiciously discharge tho duties incumbent upon them There is u man before the public todnyI whose every act of life has been an honorable act and whose name is spotlcM as hit character isI pure a man who knows the sting of poverty and the bitter blast of adversity Now without defaming or ignoring the claims of others we cheerfully recommend to the public u wnun pontlcman In iu truest sense who answers to the name of J Tom Anyx MANY VOICES t Noteay thantTen matriculates since lust notes The Bible Talks each morning are creating quite an interest among the pupils Prof Holley spent last Sunday at the annual meeting in Mcncfee county Prof Curd preached at Daysboro on lust Sunday afternoon Prof Dellusk was called to Goodwins Chapel on Wednesday on legal business The two societies are arranging for some good work in their lines this fall and winter Vf C Campbell went to see anti hear Hon W J IJryau at Lexington Tues lily We hear of quite a number of people who expect to move into town this full in order to put their children in school Why not the two societies adopt a II1cmIber1 l former papal of II G A who is teaching this full to drop him n postal telling where he or she is teaching 1oOo at once AfADrMtrr i AUANTKDSFVKUAL KAIT1UTLI MLX I 1 or women to travel for responsible es tablished house in Kentucky Salary s I payable 113 weekly and expenses 1osiiioii permanent Kelerencc Inelosc self address edenvelope The National Star Iliiildhif Chicago Jl Is Ate Price rulclTIIyttalrrtIb-llll Iluvpart 1p Nllb I tFeI7lullat AlfG S Ireno Mi ndrII1t 11 llrawtn I r4 Mills BIM Vflllrt llotu al- llatlr Trrori JaI II rf Tntks And It11llir lqIAI Nrprnttlrrrratq i allstyKIHI llraw j AlllDoJetoae6 Die Taken Up ltuuc tti my place on inks Creek KvI anion there weeks ago a stint mure of the yellow iIII dr eripton Dark bat S or i years old crest fluent null a small xvnrt on the tore leg Owner can hays stone by prov keeplugrllsssy Land Sale for Taxes Ilv virtue of mikes due School district No 10 tfor the school year ending June 10 1SO1 I will on SATUI AY JSKITIMIIICU M IS H between the hours of 1 rued 1 oclock p in at J iTanlbces store oiler for sale the following described real estate it being the property of the Kentucky Inion Lumber Co to wit Known as thin Meadow Itraneh nod bounded by the lands of Isaac Klkins I M1 Terrell nod n 11 IVotlit The ainoiint ofsaid tax Is M costs 2 total fM Sold by me as treasurer of said districtJ Alnn I FORSALE 1 Necessity compels me to collect nil that U owing to me MI that I can jmy debts that 1 owe All who are Indebted to me that tloII not make settlement with me at once find their notes or account III the hands of an officer for collection I wont to sell all the real estate 1 own and have control of mapton farm of sixty acres one and onennlf miles front Campion anti lour lots in Wnluut Grove Ky Will Eellon ensv termn CIYKISSzJill J A TAUTKEE M D Physiciaxi and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY 0Burery and obstetrics specialty CREAT8ST i CLOTHIlfG SALE IX TIlE IiI roRY OF nIB iIUDg COEVSRflEKCING MONDAY MAY 4 And Continuing Until Closed Out The a Largestsand a Best s Stock a ofs Glothing in t Kenlue I IllEGARDLESS OF VALUE I IJJEGAUDLESS OF COST ItEGAltDLESS OF PRijEl I Wo do not care what prices competitors iiiiino wo will take 25 per Suitscl putthuCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR 8750 T8IWhenI I Suits staved with silk thread end new fresh goods at IJ700 per suit color guaranteed lIISi IS A CQRKEB1 Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last sale which Bold at 450 and worth 10 andI 11at 319 PlintH at 50 cents 75 cent 11111worth 150 J2 imiHiJU Uno Hundred pair Pants fine wool cassimore at JL worth1 Ju You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices 1Oll1IS r tiiI r GIlLS Staur LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXIMGTON lVjtpD n ROSEDAVISOPHACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GKEEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and 110 AD WAGONSr Wg use tlii test Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our pnctJ PatrotuuIncaseHappy IX THE HORSE SHOJoI ANREPAIR DEPARTMENT WE 5peciaityanyour= PIBBATrr SLIVERY AND FEED STABLE irHAZEL CREEN KY H FPRATTs Proprietor CSriN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special carts taken of teams for Coiiiner 1otDtcialon liberal terms Patronage of tho pulicle spectfully solicited II F HERATT Oll l U1CG l l iInTIjE gREAT ror NESS TRAINING SCHOOL T 0JJTH 915lf rIJIVJgllnm IiUNDatDS or CRADUTIS HOLDING pNE yl1YAlwrl4f4 9r Ilqibr i RECOVMENDED 6Y THE LING 04NESS ad o s THE rAUM1Ar w- s kfe filerf4 fiIlI l tol 4 v 4 Y1iT a 0 t rTAMIAGES SERMON Whosoever Hath Anything to Offer In this Great Trial or Consclrnro Lot Jllm Step Forth nit 81 TrslnaonYlad rinlutlfT end the Soul In nofontUtit The lnuci itt Stitku Tremendous rho Illustrations of this sermon are I drawn from the scenes In a courtroou- b u with which Dr Talmago become famll jr when ho was studying law before lie studied for tho ministry Tho test tis i John IL 1 Wo have an advocate with tho Father Jesus Christ the t righteous II- t Standing 1 In u courtroom you say t yourself At this bar crime has often been arraigned at this witness stand f the oath has often been taken at thls jurors llelllh the verdict has been ren- deredV at this jndgcsdosk sentence has JF been pronounced Hut 1 have to toll + you today of a trial higher than any olcheultorMlprcllwrI If Christian man for the life of his soul This trial Is different from any other in the fact thut it is both civil and criminal r The issues at stale are tremendous r and 1 shall In my sermon show you first what am the grounds of corn plaint then who are tho witnesses in the cause and lastly who arc the ad i Yocatcs When a trial Iis called on the first thing is to have the Indictment read Stand up then 0 Christian onus andl hear too Indictment of the Court of high Heaven against thy soul It iis aa Indictment of ten counts for tiou hast directly or indirectly broken all tho ten commandments You know how It thundered on Sinai and when God came down how tine mountain rocked Bind tine smoke ascended as from a smoldering furnace nail the darkness gathered thick tool the loud deep true ptt uttered the words The soul that sinneth it shall tile Are you guilty or not guilty0o nut put inn negative plea too quick for I have to announce that all have sunned and come short of the glory of God There Is none that doeth good no tint one Whosoever shall keep the whole law yet offend in out point he is guilty of all Do not therefore be too Misty in pronouncing yourself not guilty This lawsuit before us also charges you with tint breaking of a solemn con tract Many a time did wo promise lobe the LOIIIs Wo gut down on our knees and said 0 Lord I am thin now and forever Did you kotp the promise Have you stood tip to the contract I go hack to your first communion Yon remember it as well as if it were yesterday You know how the vision of the cross ruse before you You remember how from the head and the hands and the silt nail the feet there canto blooding forth tdicsc two words Icmombor Me You recall how the cup of communion 4 trembled in your hand when you first tools it and as in a seashell you may hear or think you hear the roaring of the surf even utter tho shell has been taken from the beach so you lifted the cup of communion and you heard In it the surging of the great ocean of n Saviours agony tad you came forth from that com munion service with face shining as though you had been on the Mount Transfiguration anti the very air seemed tremulous with the love of Jesus and tho woods anti the leaves and the grass and the birds were brighter and sweetervoiced than ever before anti you said down in till very depths of your soul Lord Thou knowcst all things t Thou knowcst that I love Thee llavo yon kept the bargain 0 Christian man Have you not sometimes faltered when you ought to have been true Have you not been proud when you ought to have been humble llavo you not played tho coward when you ought to nave been n hero I charge It upon you myselfhuvobroken Still further this lawsuit claims damages at your hands The greatest slander on the Christian religion is an inconsistent professor The llblo says religion is ono thing we byour incon sistency say religion is sonar other thing and what Is nitre deplorable about It is that people can see faults in others whilo they can not see say In themselves If you shrill at any time find some miserable old gossip with Imperfections front the crown of her heath to the solo of her foot a perfect blotch of sin herself sho will go tattling tattling tattling all till years of her lifo about the in consistencies of others laving no idea that sho is inconsistent herself God save tie world from tho gossip female anti male 1 think tho males IiI t14I worst Now tho chariot of Christs salvation goes on through tho world but it is our Inconsistencies my brethI ren that block up tho wheels while all along the line there ought to have been cast nothing but palm branches ulltlI the shout should trove been lifted Hosanna to tho Son of David Now you havo heard the indictment read Arc you ready to plead guiltyor sot guilty Perhaps you are not really yet to plead Then the trial will goon The witnesses will be called and wo shall havo the matter decided In proclatl1uUon t oath anything to offer in this trial In Which God is tho plaintiff and the Christian soul the defendant let him It r I tcsttmoDylnthinTho first witness I call upon thoI stand In Ishcun observnn l of Christian character You know thatthere aro people around peto f Gods Ifyoui a crow cures for nothing so much as carrion There thnut Christians they cnn mako thoItotrJWhettheygo rltl soultos greedocomo on tho stand now nnd testify in behalf of tho prosecution against this Christian soulII on trial ChrislIunsays I know a great deal about him Hoi illIICIIllII man tIi n trade I ever knew Ho seems to want Godhilt I notImuwthanhoI very earthly and he talks so little about Christ toolsm much about himself 1 am very glad to testify that this is bail tuna Stop 0 world with e eyurdyou Ii e gIvruparlial ti hear tho testimony of this witness i know that there Iis an old fatally guar rel between these two parties There always has been a variance between tho world and the church and while twinyhtss Christian man you must take it all with much allowance remembering that they still keep the old grudge good 0 world of the greedy eye andl the hard heart that will do you may sitdownThe witness I call in this ease Is Conscience Who art thou O Con science What iis your business Where were you burn What art you doing licit ohsntys Conscience I was born in Heaven I cant down to befriend this man I have lived with him I hum instructed liiir I have warned him showedI him tint right until the wrung advising him to take the one and eschew lint other I havo kindled a great light in his soulI With a whip of scorpions 1 have scourged his wickedness and I have tried to cheer him when do lug right nail yet I am compelled to testify on the stand today that he has sometimes rejected my mission Oh how many cups of life have I pressed to his lips that he dashed down and how often has he stood with his hard hllon the bleeding heart of the Sun of God IIt pains me varymucht that I have to testify against this Christian man and yet I must In behalf of Him who will in no wise clear the guilty hay that this Christina titan has done wrong He has been worldly lie has been neglectful Ho hints done a thousand things he ought not to hurt done and left tin dune a thousand things ho ought to have done That will do Consciences You may sit down Tho third witness I call In tutu case is an angel of God Bright nail shin- Ing one what docst thou here What hast thou to soy against this man on trial Oh says the angel 1 havo been a messenger to him I have guarded him 1 havo watched him With this wing I have defended him and oftentimes when he knew it not 1 tech him into green pastures hurl hcI slut the still waters I snatched front him the poisoned chalices When bud spirits canto upon him to destroy him I fought them hack with Infinite fierceness and yet I Have to testify today that he has rejected my mission He hits not done as he ought t fromutho sky he drove me bathI ThoughI with this wing defended him and thought with this voice I wooed him I have to announce his multiplied limper fections I dare not keep buck tins tes timony for then I should not dare to appear again amongst the sinless tines before the great White Throne There is only one more witness to bo culled on behalf of the prosecution mutt that Is the great the holy the an gust the omnipotentI Spirit of Dud 11u- bow down before Him Holy Spirit csIWOlStI says the Holy One 1 know him I have striven with him ten thousandI I times and though sometimes ho did scciju to repent he fell back again us often from Ten thousandI timesI his first estate ten thousand hns ho grieved me al I though tho Bible warned him sIIJIIIII Grieve not tho Holy GhosU Quench I not the spirit Yes he has driven mo back Thought I am tho third person of the Trinity ho has trampled on my mission and the blood of the atonement I that I brought with which to cleanse his soul he sometimes despisedI I I mama from tho throne of God to convert I and comfort tumid sanctify and yet lookI at that nuts and see whet he is compared with what unreslstcd I would have made him The evidence on tho part of the tl n has clceu Now let thoI defense testibrine tobringh angelJ JCiu UuiJclonubegettremble To tlon Wo hero como now to tho most inter cstlng part of this great trial The evidence all lr the advocates speak Tho profession of an advocate is full of responsibility In England nnd tho United States there have arisen men who in this calling have been honored by their race and thrown contempt upon those in tho profession who inns u been guilty of n great many mean nesses hat profession will be huntarable N i mg as it has attached to 1 e It such niti es as Mansfield nail Mar shin IItn 1 Story and Kent anti South dy and William lit Tli court room has sometimes been tho scone o very marvelous and thrilling things Sumo of you remember the famous Glrard will cost where one of our ad ocates pleaded the cause of tho HibloI AngleSaxonSome of you have read of tho famous trial In Westminster lull of Warren Hastings tint despoller of India 1 inn byIcourage ky gigantic dishonesty rite whole world had rung with applause or eon demnatlon Gathered in Westminster hlll1IL plant where Il Icing- t Intuit been inaugurated wVs ono of the most famous audiences cvor gathered Foreign ministers and princes sat there marched in clad In ermine anti gold Mighty men told women from all lands looked dtiwn upon tint scene Amid mull that pomp loaf splendor and amid an excitement such as huts seldom been seen in any court roOUl Edmund Iturke advanced in a speech which will lust as long as thin Knglish language concluding with this burning charge which niadeWarrcn Ilaslingscringe arid cower I Impeach him in the name of the Commons House of Parliament whose trust he has betraye I Im peach him in the name of the Knglish nation a hoso ancient honor ho has sullied I impeach him in the name of the people of India whose rights ho has trampled on and whose country he has turned into a desert And lastly in tIne mime of human ruturc m tine mime of both sexes in tine name of every ago nail rank I impeach him as the com moil enemy std oppressor or- nt + Cut I turn front tIll recital of thesis memorable occasions ton grander trial anti I have to tell your that in this trial of tilt Christian fur till life of his soul the advouate are mightier mightier and more eloquent The evidence all being in severe nUll stern justice rises on behalf of till prosecution to make his plea With the lliblo open in leis hand ho rends tire law stern and flexible and tine penalty TIll soul that slnneth it shall tile Then lit says 0 thou Judge ninth Law giver this is Thine own statute and all tho evidence in earth and Heaven agrees that the man has sinned against these enactments Now net tho sword leap front its scabbard shall a man go through the very unities of Sinaii I un hinged Let till law be executed Let Judgment bo pronounced Let him die I demand that ho dine O Christian dots it not look very dark for thee Who will plead on tiny silo in so forlorn a cause Sometimes a man will be brought Into a court of law anti ho will havo no friends and no money aunt the judge will look over the bur tumid say Is there anyone who will volunteer to take this mans case annul dsfend him And some young teat rises up null says IwillI be his counsel perhaps stitrlrlgtin front that very point to a grunt and brilliant career Now in this matter of the soul as you have nothing to pay for counsel do you think that anyone will volun teer Yes yes Isee onto rising Ho IIis a young man only 3 years of age IMO His countenance suffused wllhI tears until covered with blood and all tine galleries of Heaven aro thrilled with this spectacle Thanks bo unto God wo hove an advocate with tho Luther Jesus Christ tho righteous Oh Christian soul your case begins to look better I think perhaps after nil you may not have to din Tho best Advocate in tho universe has tnleunL your side No ono was ever so quail lied to defend you Ito known null tho law null its demands all its penalties lie IIs always ready No new turn of the caso can surprise hum and ho will plead for yon for nothing as earn estly as though you brought nI worltlut treasure to his ccLII Besides that he inns undertaken I the cases of thousands who were hOII forlorn as you and ho Inns never lost n ease Courage Oh Christian soul I think that after all there may be some chance for you for the great Advocate rises to make II Is plea lie says admit I all that has been proved against my client 1 admit nil these slits nyuC moro but look nt that wounded hllntlI of mine nnd look at that other wound ed hand mad at my right foot and at my left foot Hy nil these wounds I plead for ink clearance CUlt all tho drops of my teas Count nil time drops of my blood JJy tl o humiliation of Bethlehem by the sweat of Gethse mane by tho sufferings of tin truss I demand tbutt go free On this arm he Inatr leaned to this heart ho hath flown in ray tears he hath washed on my carnejtncss he math depended Let him go free I am tho ran om Lot him ccrpo tho lash 1 took the scourg logs Let tho cup pass froio him 1 drank it to the dregs Iut him on tho crown of life for 1 have warm Uio crown of thorns Over against as throne of shamo sot his throao of trio umphl Well tho counsel oa both sides have spoken and there Is only ono mar thing now remaining soil that is tin awarding of tho judgment If you bar over been In a courtroom you know tho silence nail solemnity irhon tho verdict U about to bo rendered or tho jailg ment about to bo given About this film 1on trial shall it bo saved At tention aboyo around beneath All the universe pries Hear heart The judge rises and gives this decis ion Wryer to bo changed never to bo revoked There is therefore now no condemnation to them who turn Iin Christ Jesus reposefI Tlit pout though suit holt should auilearar to shake ell sever no never no never omaUo Hut my friends there Is coming aI day of trial in which not only tho saints daytwill como very suddenly TheI farmer will bo at tho plow tho inter room thoI htu bo ringing his ax on tinu hickories tine weaver will have his foot on tho treadle the manufacturer will bo walking amid tho buz of and the clack of flying machinery tin plontdhtgstine minister nay bo in tho pulpit pleading tho Gospell tho drunk runt may bo reeling amid iris cups and caughtlabetween his teeth Lot The sun hides NightI comcJ down at noonday The stars appear n noon today The earth shudders an 1 throbs Intro an earthquake opera mutt u city sinks as a crocodile would crunch a child Mountains roll in their sockets IInllIWlul down their granite elllTs in avalanche rode Ulvnrspausu In their chase for tho sent anti ocean up roaring cries to flying Alps a rut Hima lays Rousts hollow and moan anti null up the darkness Clouds fly like hocks of swift eagles Great thunders hunt and boom mind burst Stars shoot and fall TIll Almighty rising on his throne declares that time shall bo no longer ninth till archangels trump re punts It till nil tho living hear unit the continents of head spring to their foot c ring Time shall bo no longer Oh on that tiny will you bo ready I have shown you how well the Christian will get oft In Isis trial Will you get off as well In your trial Will Christ plead on your side or against you Oh what will you do in the last great assize if your conscience Iti against you anti the Holy Spirit Is against you mud tho Lurch Gotl AlI mighty is against you Mutter this day secure an advocate INTERESTING ITEMS A IIAMISOMK bronze statue of her majesty Queen Victoria has been pro seated to the cityof London by Sir AI fred Scale Haslam It was unveiled n few days ago by the duke of Cambridge llJonitNSTiKiiM ItioriiNHoN tine Nor wegian poet and politician Inns turned his hade upon his country ninth Is going to Germany to Ilive IIlJllil rile Ibsen has already done so having settled at Mu rich Mriit JKAMNI SAMAIIV has success fully opened in Purl a theater called Theater Illane where very proper plays are holing given devoid of rlsquo suggestions This is tho outgrowth the recent discussion among IFrench women concerning places of amuse intent for their daughters The French chemist Moissan recently I analyzed the smoke of opium and found that its peculiar effects are tine to the presence of n small quantity of morphine The cheaper qualltlcu of tho drug when burned produce a variety of poisonous compounds III the smoke which aro more injurious than tho morphine that characterizes the smoke of tine best morphine COIOIIADO inns a new millionaire In tho person of Mr Stolber wha hns ex pectations of rivaling tho famous Mr Stratton Mr Stolber is a mining en glneer by profession and for n lung time lived very humbly with Iris wife who Is Ids partner In business In n lit tie cabin near Sllverton Ho now has ull Income of 8800000 n year and hUH one of the handsomest horses In Color ado Miss KATK WIIKKIOCK tho well known whist teacher began hor suc cessful professional career ten or twelve years ago At first she taught a sinks fur nothing but she was soon struck by the Idea that situ had a moneymaking occupation nt her hand null began charging n regular feu for her instructions Ever since then ehe has hind nil she can do In tho way of conducting classes has traveled from plane to place wherever clasncH kayo been organized and inns lately intro duced nn invention in tho hhnpo of n stereopticon by means of which sine lIs able to teach largo classes Tin proposed bridge over East river between i Vv York luaA Brooklyn plans for which have recently boon ac cepted by tho commission in charge will when completed ho the greatest triumph in engineering skill in this country It It perhaps not generally realized that finis brldgo will have tho longest span of any bridge in tho world save tho Forth brit1e It will- ie tho longest suspension bridge in the world exceeding the present East river bridge however by only four- feet Blanches Tho now East river brtdgc will bo 1003 feet from center to center of tower Y 7Olr GENERAL INTEREST Tho dowager empress of Hu nifV atngnlflcentbnnlshbhwdltountYicrcptcil considerable Interest durIng her visit uto NlceV They bad round theIr tktakI obull necks broad silver curb chainrm The hio4ttucTpJcd ancient theory of language declared that wordy wetImitations of natural soundn nUll tine foist that every language contains swell words Iis regarded as a strong conflnua tiers of the theory The street superintendent of Nlhjr nrn Palls N Y hns Iwcn HiittpendiMU by the mayor IwmtiHo he would not stein tho streets of tho city oil Sunday HH ordered by the common council TIe affair inns created much excitement rnd tho Sunday anti ami Sunday people tiro preparing for n vigorous fight A centenarian In the Newry work honsebelng troubled With nuthmntricd to relieve himself by opening his chest with u cobblers lmlf11M he sold Jlev let out till wind It wa thought to nn attempt at suletK but tho man heal done tine snore titling before nail Ifnd obtained relief In breathing he said Tho large rate of Increase in the in corporations of social climbs with thn secretary of state of New York Mnco ennusingocomment among The number of such clubs Incorporated from May 1 to July III was 834 as coma pared with 134 during th wninc mperiod last year A captive lnillnn nt Monlpclller Franco provided the town with ex citement one evening recently While I run olllllntIIIaround a factory chimney which It brought down flue lbnlloon fell with it hint no sooner had tthe passengers been taken out than It rose ngaln inherit 110 teat and blew up with a loud re port NO NEWSBOYS IN BERLIN tepers Arn Ilollrend liy Women In thn Citplltil or liTiiiiiny Newsboys are unknown in Ihen kin Who could fancy II Londoner or n New Yorker on the omnibus or the olrvutetf without his newspaper In thin Ger man capital It Is different Kvory tinny at a stated hour till newspaper Is brought to tines door be it that of rloh man or poor by a newspaper woman std tenth leisurely at tilt morning freuhstueek or evening meal This socalled abon ncincnt plan IK tar wider practiced In Herlln than tint habit of buying at Mm newsdealers stands The litter 1110 nevertheless well known hero and urn in themselves a peculiarity of tthe her man capital Small stands are erected generally on tine corner of swat pramII inent Htreet such as Inter den Linden tho Fricdrleh and IotsdainiT well stocked with newspaper magazines nail often drinks of mill kinds ninth pre sided over by men and women Knoh newsdealer has buskins the chance buyer his or her own Ill11 I II patronage and It would ht considered grnvtof fense for ono of these sflddys to hay hln pupa at any other stand There art many odd types sarong the newsdealers In many Instances their Individuality tx striking enough to giuu them celebrity Hnlow Marie for In r la net Is known the world over Sire was loved by till gvcat inntduliin Von Retinue ninth was familiar with till tho masters of Herlln All who here visited lierlln must re member tho little wooden liooth at time Jotadnmcr gate where be It summer when the chestnut Urnst on the nearljy flowing ennui are In full bloomy or In winter when the bleak wlmhi mire blow lug over which a stout motherly look lag woman with bright red cheeks tumid cheery blue eye Is nearly always pro situ hg i tin iiiuv Marie loves music Hnlow made her conspicuous by his LiBattering attentions He often stopped r to chat with her at tine Thor At the Oils of one of his hint collect IH Hnlow Marie testified her deep ad miration for him by kissing hint heart- Ily on both chcckfl as he was about to- 11et Into his carriage The cnniKHcr Moxkowskl IIs another of her friends along with meaty of tlm Herlln op ra stars The youths anal maidens of the neighboring conserva tory regard her with considerable ave Any new hit of miiHlcal gossip over sums famous eotn oser or director thn latest opera or coinK xltlaii the death of some grout pianist criticisms of Sin rumsute iAlbirt amid MnHcagni army thing everythingt I inimical nuiHt be ills cussed with Hnlow Marie Hho nl ways knows where Moxkowskl Is to bo loiind whether Joachim Is nt home and how Pratt Snclier IIs singing There Is a locally celebrated anarchist at another paper booth and at another r n genuine baron of most aristocratic IonncetlonR points his mustache and twirls ills cnnu while dentingomitnetusrr papers to passing purchaser Merlin Cor N Y Tress dice lln mineJJHrly Mother sitting down just as the train- stnrtsOIn would you mind changing scuts with me sir My baby wants to look out of the window Mr Haven Hartford with rnrca tlo politeness With pleasure inudatne I have been saving this sent tot him furnhill nn hour Hay City Chat Ho leiEuu Sugar opted Bust hab you gotunydetuconfoUnd cavortle pills lent do you want than plain tar lugarcotitedV Dunno 1 want dem onei lINt s whitewashed 4 v lie rot i JTtfWi Wfttr tfir rfr7 i I wt a U Goe50 lOt tfl Is nRAlD Ono ol General Palmers Orders FUANKJOUT KY sept iOcneml Palmer the National Democratic nomi nee for President was military Governor of Kentucky in 1855 lust before tho August election of that year ho issued an order which if it could have been in dorsed would IIII1 0 prictlcally disfran chised nearly every Democrat or Southern hypathiser in thu State Divested of preamble it reads FirstAllrebel HoldlrM whether pardoned or not and without regard1 to the feet that they havo or have not taken nay of tho oaths an prescribed by law or executive or military order or have registered under orders from head quartern of tho department Kentuck- ySecondAll guerrillas and others who without belonging to tho regular rebel military organisation have taken up arms against the government or peo ple of Kentucky or any other Slato or Territory ThirdAIL persons who by act or woid directly or indirectly gave all comfort or encouragement to persons in rebellion This applies to all persons win havo voluntarily acted as scouts or spies for rebel or guerrilla forces who l t have voluntarily furnished any rebel with food or clothing horse or arms or money or have harbored concealed or otherwise aided or encouraged them Fourth All persons who were or have been directly or indirectly engaged in the civil service of tho late socalled provisional government of Kentucky or who have in any way submitted to either of wild pretended governments nil agents of or contractors with or for either of said protended governments are disquali I Iliedfrom voting All persons of the classes aforesaid I are required to abstain from all interfer ence with elections and will if they i shall in any manner interfere therein by I voting or by appearing at tho polls will t bo at once arrested and held for military trialAid will 10 given to civil authorities I to enforce the laws and to preserve the pence j It Its command of Major General Jons M PAIMKK 13 n 1IAU1AM 1 4IICliptnillI Official IlKtr W SUUVAX Lieut and Act A 1G Storo House For Rent 1 have a tint class brick store house situated on one of tho best corners in Hazel Green which I desire to rent John M lose has closed out and quit the goods huMnftu which loavuta fine opening for a first class store Call and oraddrctw G 11 SWAXOO MayIIG 1S96 hazel Green Ky A Bind Eye Tho following otter which appeared in n Colorado paper gives a very black eye to the Mexican dollar object lea son CAJir SuVKii Aug 10 1805- Messrs Phil Armour rC Co Chicago 111 Dour Phil Your oiler of CO cents worth of meat mind a Mexican dollar in exchange for an American dollar roo cowed lint 1 can do bolter withour homo butcher Ho oilers bO cents worth Iofmeat trod 2 worth of Portugese N per cent gold lends in exchange for a silver dollnr Our butcher says tho bonds must bo good as Portugal has boon on a gold standard since ISott 20 nations of Kit rope and its national debt has only increased 100 per cent since that unto Average wages paid all artisans in Port ugal is 17 cents per lay In your former letter you told me that nil wo needed was n little gold banking facilities and confidence Portugal hat a Jlttlo gold the world bias had its improved banking facilities wp Into 1853 and I can supply confidence so tho bonds are certainly good Our home butcher says he will con tinue to give 60 cent worth of meat and tl3 of Portugese gold bonds after Bryan iis elected Will you continue to give 60 cents worth of meat and n Mexican dollnr in exchange for an American dol lar after Bryan Iis elected 1 Yours truly Joas FAIIUAY liP S I see time London Times quotes Mexican silver bonds at JUJ Portugese 3 per cent gold bonds nt 6iJ LEE COUNTY Flncasllo Fishings Mrs Honnic Tones left for home yes terday II G Jones came up from Hedges cis tcrday afternoon I W T Prater who moved to Schools r yule Clark county last week returned yesterdayMrs Burke Mrs Alice Morris rand Messrs A C Jones and M Allen went Iowan hunting yeterlay and lull a good timeI Quito a crowd attended the Association nt Pine Hill Sunday Among them we noted Misses Hose and Maud Lane Dcamy IGentry Sarah Shackelford and Messrs T S Shaekc1 ford W A Jones Sherman Morris Douglas Kincaid and MillardI Cable Success to time IInuAlltMorsTus Boy MENEFEE COUNTY Trimble Bout Tremors Rev Parker of Owingsvilleand other preachers attended time annual meeting at HelL school honso grove About OO people in attendance and plenty to eat for mill One backslider commie in to the fold Oley Led ford moved back to his farm from Powell We are ghul to hate him in our midst Thero are several from this county going to hear W J Hryan tho next president speak lit Lexington 1 Skccrs was up from leaver to see his best girl J WTaylor was married to Miss Julio loves last Thursday 1J HcHtty fell from his wagon Mon tiny morning mini was unconscious an hour It was supposed to be paralysis Ho is much better now G W Wells sold his farm to 0 II Downing for u round price Wells then bought the Klder huh property Shelby Can110 lad his fingers badly mashed by some one slamming a door to Time merrygoround is up and ready lor the reunion at Frcnchburg 0 H Nickel nail Henry Salleo have about completed their new tobacco barns Hen Williams null Dr Spradling hind a regular knock down Saturday Henry lose our popular postmaster will tale in time big tiny at Lexington Tuesday and hear Hryan talk September 14 DAN Cj Attempted to Esaapo Scott Jackson and Alonzo Walling the two men who some months ago proved to be guilty of tho murder of Pearl Bryan tho young woman frOTh Grccncastle Ind who headless body was found near Fort Thomas KyTJn Janu ary Ust of this yerr mid whoso death senttiico havo been helm np in order that tho Court of Appeals may iiivetigatc their cases made an attempt to escape fromthe jail In Newport but went pro vented Their actions caused tho officers tom pcct that all was not right so their culls wero searched amid the plans they lad made to escape were discovered mill they wero removed to other cells What It Stands For 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