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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 01 t If a y THE = HAZEL GREEN HERALD f Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 1 tiCK vvvra r vvvnor aria Egrror Of n NUy World Wllh New From Alt Nations r Lurabrlnc At IIU Buck a I4 f loo A YEAS Always in Advetns TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREENj WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBERt h 11806 NUMBER 97 f Much in fjovially true of Howls Pills for no me cine ever contained so great ciirntlvo power I to small space They arc a wholo m- edicHHooth i rend nl IIII 9fi or fever cure nil liver lib sick headache Jaundice constipation He jsc tile onl Illls to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla Lexington and Eastern Raiiw Time Table In Effect April 1 1896 s WEST BOUND I rNr Tii STATIONS No 1Itlny exI Daily SundayI Lexington t0 00 run 41 3i pm Aon11I 1111111 a M pro I Flrlle S gumi1Indian F ltlNIl 8 117 inn 1 10 pm ClAY City 8 III nin 11 40 mn Stantoll1 S 10 our 1 II 20 mn Fllion ii1 not 10 I18 ru- nDundee7 iIII am 10 17 mn XatlIrltlgo 7 18 mn 111 07 rut Torrent 7 1MIIIIII 0 15 mn Ueallrve Jlc 7 Oil am Sli mn Three FksC 0 fl mn S 00 mn Athol i- Klk III 112 mn 7 IS mn tttvuJ C OS mn lIIIU mn Jtckion lIIi 00 mn ti HI wit EASTBOUNDNo = STATIONS Xo2 Daily ex Daily Sunday Lexington 2 0par 01011111 on1 2 7 OS mn Winchester aIpinI S 10 am Mrlle 1 21t pro 8 Til mn Indian Flils I 17 pro III mn Clay City 11 fl1 pin II1 lt 11111I1 I I parFilsonI I I punDundee I 1 proNat1 t patTorrent1 I punhealtyve JlIIIAtholi 1 1 pmElkatnwnpinJackson I t No 1 and 2 arrive unil depart from C t 0 Union depot nt Lexington All frelKlit trains arrive and depart from Nuthurhm- dJII IIIXGSTONII Vice Pros and Gmt Man 1 CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent j IdtI I I THIS WATCH I I It iBgimrunlocd Bnino ns ourII 11001 O VATCHE I off I undkOl is SHE PRICES X25T- his the watch is oxnct sizo ns roporl te90ntrdof American iwumfnc= J atosterindtutits quick duplex 1tifI 8UII us wlion you confo to I Lexington 507 Fred J Heintzv Manufacturing Jeweler were revernment Building Lexington 1 s THE IYIRROReProm mirrorIIThe 1lIckcellIII fTheremoralisri spriteThere rsilt uThroughmug She is not the tender sweetheart tlllSIllIn the old awaySheThere rtgretsYi n box of cigarettes Cleveland Toutt INCIDENTS AND ITS VITAL LESSONS Many Instructive Facts In Its History Anguish of n Suicide Spirit Who Is Mndo tho Sport and Pastime of Devils Official foporta Intuit ninny parts of the world indicate that tho suicidal iiintiin upon a fearful increase in some rum tries inoro thou Lfl per cent annual Sucha1 recordI U astoundingI to tlnatn titian and n most serious menace to t moral ciuiihrium of liuinanity NI influences are in active check this proclivity to tlftestruclion1f f If the moral turpitude of the act is not morjc of a restraint than it Ins proved ho then the civil law should take it t IIthnt taunt and everywhere fulminate se + penalties against the attempt perhaps teen to the confiscation of some part of the estato ot time selfmurderer This extreme suggestion is not mado withoutt dueI consideration of timeI injustice to theirs I who would ho doubt bereaved tho death rind forfeiture hut it 1 is certaint that the prospect of such forfeiture would have n greater influence upon tummy minds than any other penalty es pecially upon sensitive persons who would shrink from visitingi their sins upon theirI innocent 1 I lCOIlnlsII I Is there something defective in human education Are children sutlicieu I taught that tho life principle is of divine origin 1 That human hands arc forb den to tamper with it The 1ui rope country in which the fewest suieir occur is Spain but it will not be arguedI I that thi result grows out of t Itolnd superior onlightmcnt of the Spanish peo 1 lieplctrouble which legislators nod educators not understand Have they tried tl- I find the germ of defect 7 have thtal inquired whether their didactic ollim sty are always properly appreciative of the moral as well as tho material welfare of time people Such a problem is not easilyI solved but its solution iis worth nil theI labor it will require In Franco it is claimed thot atlici belongs to tho tins of epidemic diseases is enough for a single soldier to put an end to himself in barracks either by pistol bayonet sword or strangulation and immediately tho tragedy Is repeated br day till the regiment In ordered to new quarters rind the minds of ttho men arc thus amused by ira h ideas in lending to forgetfulness of tho pat Travel iis said to be n certain taro for thior species of epidemic That tho tendency to fitJICIDi 18 1IKKKWTAHY mnclo very clear by tho statistic of nil countries Persons of tho same family atoI ent ramo or similar places as their fathom Olllll grandfathers did A rational explau for fatty sit strange and mysterious thlllo Is difficult to find W M llrierro do Uolsmontn French stit investigated 161 cases of asset forth in time retards of tho in supplemented h painstnki- luquiries ug of lux own lumoug them were persons of ample rind Indepclldent thnt umlaut 2000 who earned sufficient IIv1l tion and fG In mood by trades or pro8slons pccunlary tlifJ1cultlcs In concludlllg hl8 stan report ho tlny that 1H oC theaosuici- i des persons of good moral chnrncter 464 were bad or doubtful nod of tho like 4 chnrncter nnd conduct of 1U6 ho could not obtain reliable information To find the cause of tho great number of suicides in any country has puzzled tloctOIlthne uban tedium ltnea mysterious melancholy apt to seize upon some of the lightest heartedamong them nt about the ago of 10 Thus boh Wren and women hove been known to fix upon n qortaln date on which they menu to commit suicide un less sumo special event happens Mean while time afliiir is dismissed from their thoughts Sweethearts bars keen known to put an end to themselves together ittm n chumpuignosnppermnlpardcsofauicbare l icr do in societyIVssimUm t dark side of things has always an intlu cute to lead men to suicide while nn IIpecullltlollhlllll1 is bad History supplies us with abut id nut records of tho ages when men ap penned naturally to take refuge in lolII destruction Siitietly and consequent wcnrriness of lifel all tho pleasures ICIIwhich had been drained to time tlre appear to have been tho causes of t urioullIIInobles of Iomo under the empire IITill opltxlyI onlytion nlwnheiys passibletatTIll ideas of leading Frenchmen ire far apart on this subject M Litt re member or time Academy author of nn FrcuI0language deliberately states his opinion suicide is justifiable on the ground 0thnt every man has a right to Iris moral liberty M1 Louis Itlane too a clear thinker upon general tmbjccts ex presses cold cynical astonishment of n stole rbuitcat It yetbnpI prove of capital punishment M A des Killings in his PoliticalI Suicides in France gives n surprising number of example of statesmen who explained their reasons for choosing a voluntary death many of them with wonderful lucidity and charm of style but of course largely sophistical Ofrl in meltflywhoso onidtignllltolltultilieel his most brilliant 14rilillgll could wIhis political apostasy with his conscience of distil by his own hand on tho Hhof July 1S70 limit other IFrenchmen ofr equal celebrity and power of expressionI NetoI euro to point out suicides nro tit most common in times of national corruption Most excuses for suicide mire 1111110H indeed rind ninny urn simply frivolous hut ns says Ilacon thoro is no passion i tho mind of nun so weak but it nun I mo 1coJdapie earthly existence to escape tho pain ntstory toothache to make a friond repent a slight courtesy to appease tho pangft of tho unrequited aflection and a taco was ro Limo ported from Kngland out long since of a scientific gentleman who committed uiI I IIIcide in order to free himself from n pr tho stomach Initaiicos of tho same and class crowd tho records of this alupando and they worn us to beware desperate menus on snit occasions Tho darkest tiny ho Wait Jut tomorrow WilY Will hove passed away him l ctirronco to this subject in tho prc condition grows out of somo In f to throw light upon it through out BIIUIT COMMLNKATION One of tho results of which has already tho found place in time columns of the En and quires A message purporting to como from tho spirit of n suicide at n Bcnnca an Indiana town urges stronger oh into jections to the crime thou any hitherto published nor it is to pave time way for and document that this long introduc the is hazarded Shorn of UH sedan antes of expression time message to au tlaJJ in these these words uYIt friends I am really anti truly ly Alonzo Sf Hulling1 who killed himself I I a blamed idiotIr Attlx there a M f bI gentleman among tho sitters know mo and used to call mo Lou I built addition to his barn and ho was so pleased with time job begin metl0cxt- I ra always earned good money when worked but always wanted it to como faster rind in somo way without work In this ides tho whole trouble started knew how to use toolsI and understood all tho weak platen of houses and I done thAt sort of jobs that brand mo great pay for easy work I wont in and helped myself to money anti other things a done it for years afore there wns any suspicion Wero you a burglar Thats what folks clIllII man when they catch him In the kind of jobs I done Attix knows when Jesiops store wan robbed all tho best grinds alit- ho moren 30 in each carried oil That was the beginning rind altogether it brought in host 4200 1IIor which an innocent man was pun ished No moro innocent than I wns 1 Ho I was with mo in the job maul got half tho money lit Hicks Yes Hut I youlw that if ono was found out ho should naves hlo on tho other nut to save his lifo and 1 n killed him if hod gone book en his solemn oath After ho was taken in I went it nlono for a good while mill robed t Chunks tinge Hector Glass 11 I MiiHgrovo nnd two or three of time 1nines nil In lessn n month It was good work maul paid mo innron I could itearned in chacar tr rid1 TowxlcyI ketchcd when I paid him a friendly call and ho had to bo silenced I killed him mu got away just quick enough to save being nabbed myself Possible that was your work Thnt wan my crime my first murder it had been the lust I would bo Imp pier now It made mo afraid for a good while and I worked IItclltlilIt my undo for two mouths Then I full sure nobody suspieionod our and so I wont hack to robbing Thing was smooth enough for a whole year nnd I did well till ono night I wns going through Giles Kmnions house nml in tho childrens dropped a jimmy and it woke up little Mary She seen who rwnlt nnd I icd chtppItosu ns ht with thumb and linger and kept her still with tho other Lund until she s still forever Then I sneaked out tho house without taking anything My conscience hurl all nl once becomo n Him heavy loud for Mary rifts a sweet child and sho and I had boon good friends xt day the doctor quidshit lord died lu heart disease I went to her funeral ingforII expression of her eyes whoa she Mni1 motthe IIOVIS5T lon MONTIIH gCelryou Its rather Itllonlideviltry I Bono limo last job vas groat pint in my history rind it will give an ideo of why IIIrim n spirit nown mjaluwo fixed for it A info had to bo Jnjofg figure nnd wo concluded that because robbed everybody who came in Ihis It would bo nil right for us to rrobo Wo got ready just tho very best wi yrotold noise My Wo got to tho unfo easily and wont job right away Things worked rig tho door was open III 20 minutes showing a largo supply of money in paper rind Halo I begun to remove n leather bug while Iko stood guar There was enough to make us both rich I tell that now I would retire from rlllky busincsi before tA T Wlli too In burglarbv picture to my mind when I was sudden nod surprised by n acufllo bciiind mo andCh had barely time to seo that there were policemen In the room when eeycral f f f T shot fllred WAitho brokersveil r time JtaIinto tho next room and tract that into the wtclanumIicar none at tho side where there was a win dow opening upon tin orchard Immediately I escaped by this win dow upondn hedge and hid in a clump of two bushes ou an adjoining place In two hours all WM quiet and I found n better place for sleep aud teat where I stayed till after noon aud then wont out to learn the news lilt was plentiful but only ono item interested mo My brother was on tho police force at Dowltt and on tho prev ious night ho tool been killed while nt tempting to arrest safe robbers in n brokers ofllcolI lko Peters was under arrest for minder anti burglary and tho poll were upon the track of the guilty partner of his crimes nnmo unknown but it wall none other than myself and If J Ike remained true to his oath it was scarcely possible for them to suspect mo hUll had small confidence in Ike That nightdmy hours mud every night thereafter it walked rind sighed 1UItIIllOIiIlCdmill no marnhtgillwas sure to ho arrested I went to my room and tired n bullet into my brain without n moments delay Under then saute conditions you would have done the stunt thing f IllTlIS1 tlJll BII5I5I Fur n long while it was annihilation and when consciousness returned itcama thtoughDecclllhor more thnii live years before 1 know the mortal inciimbranco hilt passed frontrmo rind 1 had become immaterial and in nil this timo utter partial cen sciousness begun my state was thnt of out fit of horrid delirium following another in quick succession in which devils hydras and dragons were my con Wharf nightmares and these wore all tho timo ongnged in grotesque gambols with MnryEmllioliAiif those wore tossed Hurl torn nnd ills figured before my natural eyes anti t Impotent to rosette them antI if I could bring no help they must bo utterly dc slroyed I IJAndrimy destruction by thy 110 fearful monster must immediately follow How those impressions camo I know not but they were brought homo mo with power and emphasis call lilted my soul with the darkest forbod 41 Filially it cnmo out plain enough that I was dead for the spirit of Uriah andt Chris nppuarodl nnd upbraided for their untimely taking off Then devils mud hydras became more Biw rind terrible and over since 1 1m vo bent their victim They delight in tor r and devote themselves wholly to it loo taking mo into abysms apparently bottomless chewing tno up into little bits rind putting thorn together again making many mistaken in location nnd tntout forcing mo to rchcuriiO my worst crimes till they nauseate with blood nnd monotony rind thou compoll mo to suicide and lie in slmiilnUd death till restored for their further ill version Irim kept ns the pot of those gorgons to amuse their leisure and lore torture by the panorama of crime 11 lustrntcd in my miserable misspent criminal life on earth and this 1 nun is to bo my Into fur countless ages lieart was decayed by crimo because neglectedhtI poajjcw human hearts to cultivateI There Ian moral hero of time first 1m humanitydEnquirer MEXitor r nblhhcd homo In Kentucky tiftlnryf760 PanltlOHatpermanent natural uo fldrif+ envelope Thu National Star Ilallrilafr n 21 l Jolt work of all klBde dad ttrICIL i HEXALU office v kJ iI i F J eIr 1 oj j tiw0 1 i i IffKPpWfcKvfV II 77I r JT H f s o J t THE HERALD SPENOER COOPER PublUner nAZEL GREEN I I l KY At ItN IN THE BIG BATHTUB When I tot homo nt five oclock I shucked i my coat and shoesr Afidtsprawled upon tho sofa thero to road tha tivAiilnKn news Hut mntntnn called before Id found the utamllrtR of our club Were RoltiK to bathe tliu baby In the lug lath Tub food hy to tmftutmll then and n farewell to hook review What core 1 for the stock rororto trans ocndnntly hlt7 What heed have I for strikers who ore Btrllcliik for their Krub Theyre IfflnJ to bathe tho bnby In tho 1K units Tub Innt wcok the little tin affair was not outKiXMvn nil yet And baby slopped thoroln and mado us IIUI nxceedhI wet Hut timo IIIIM brought UH secnenou to tin Mossed little cub And now thus graduated to tho lllR Math e Tub Bo mamma holds the tmby nuts her grandma gets tho spongy And all iirullmlnarlen are onnctod for tho aloofly And Jnn Interloper to myself declare Ill rub Tho smooth hitch or my baby In tho JIbe Until Tub 8ho slips and slltlos mid wrlKBKv nnd Him cliiirUlwt In her joy And you cnn WItCl a foriinio that Im Kind situs not shay For whit boy would bo jolly In that war of splnHli and scrub That marks my bubynI advent In tho lug Hath Tub And now back to the piper while her intn lma powders hor And wrnMt tin softest Rhinos where tho- llttlo rlvera were Till anon again unions UH the heconuB tho oantrnl hub Round which WH form to KOHHP of the IIIK JII tb Tub Chlcnso lloeord THIOI TIMM OK+ UOSHSI ill V riCAMUOKT MOOKi II Y hove you MI jMr intently avoided me ewer since since well sinco t Lady UnHdton I I garden party l I inquired of Mln Vinilram MI toon an I Hiieceeded In clUnving my way through tit dead wall of Mrs lliii lint I W ss giientH who mood between I im Thonanltof a brief calculation en tered on tit next morning was to con vince lilt that during the NIx min utes It took I Ill plnylug tit jmrt of a ploh In order to reneli AtlMH Wliidriuu 1 nude HH many inemien nit I bid made doting tIll 30 yenmN of my life preced lug MmI lliMinott Uywtn ntt home linn I avoided ym Mr1 UlyiiY she nsltgd optiilng leer eyeti very wide and lint thin wan doubt fill vtry innoeiMitlv Tim queMthm IH not if you hive done it hilL why you have Bono It I vaiil with wniio tueamno of wvirltyK- uppoM I deny that IN the ques tion she nuggeMted quite pleasantly tliougli without quite such a show of liinoceiieo lied horn ttMimelatcd with bar previous huiilry It IN iiitc pos lbh to HKnK plcuwuitly without tiny particular cxiilxranec of innocence Su PI wo you ilony HV Well in that caw you will have have denied It tall 1 Uut it BO happeiiH that you- uuot deny it Mss Vindram I Im not so Hiiro of that If miyoim would make It worth my wlillu 1 might Xo 1110 will make it aortluyouraitlt Thorn Is nothing loft for you hilt to span the truth truth liuaveni1l IH It tuna to that t Why havo you avoided meV We wore good friends up to that day1 hove put u blue marl opposite that day In my diary Yes wo were good friends gwid friends aro those who have a sound qtumtd every time they meet I sup post l IreclBoly friends whoso friendship IH strong enough to survive a quarrelI Did we quarrel that day Wo crrtalnly did not 1VIitrtvoilI locicty IK Iif a man and a young worn tin quarreled because when he asked her Ij thero tiny need for you to toll everyone in this stilling room what one problematically foolish young man nuked u certainly Idiotic young woman1 J felt that there was something In her question I had not however been a hncaklng louder than usual it only teemed MI because of a sudden inometi tnry dlmlmithc In the volume of sound proceeding from the 00 guests of Mrs llennett Wyse who had allI been speak hug nt tho name moment I tried to ex plain this to her and then she asked me what 1 thought of Signora Dnscus w nn tnlorprctor of emotion as compared i with Mine Saru llcrnhnrdt and If I held tint nn actress who was nn admir S ableexponrntofthestrongesteuittlonsanlght inovt powerful passions i It IH n turn question I felt bound to say Let UN clenr out front this reel 4 nnil I think Ill bo able to tell you all that know regarding the higher emo tlons These people are not to bo de jwmled on out wlnutc they am talking forilwituo th t next they tore piunls 1alrrtw w I s 6N Would you have them rehearsed Mr Olyn Well a good dent might be done by judicious Mtage management And n conductor with nn Ivory baton Theres something In that I ad mit Your lien U that they should be come forte when you are speaking so OH to afford a sort of background for your wisdom WUdpin What non with the least pretense to wisdomI would come into IIII crowd like this for the linkof talking to a glri who has persistently avoided him for tho past year tumid a mouthl What man Indeed t And this brings us back to till original question Why have you so persistently avoided mo I 1 could see that she was a trifle put out by my persistence in returning to the topic which hid originated with mo She had apparently found some Imperfection In the feather tips of her Wad thought that it would bo un 111111 to neglect the opportunity of pull ing olT the uneven Units Home of them nettled upon my waistcoat where I nlI lowed them to repose undisturbed n few made a beeline for time cavernous l I nostrils of our neighbor Gen Fire jj Bruce He sneeed with considerable f jrco of character Well you see so many things have happened since May II1 lust year Mr Olyn sold Miss Wlndram when sin hiid satisfied herself by the repeated opening nod closing of her fin t hut she hII1 remedied the defect in its const mo tion What tunings in addition to your avoidance of me I asked Well you hint published a bonk to begin with Isnt that something khe wild hu1IlIIhlllw1ance wouldI become appreciably mlr roucd Minn Windram Anything else Hasnt It gone Into six editions bhc cried in a loin of accusation I dont deserve tho blame for tint said I IIU way tint was meant to show liii I felt the injustice of her ncciiim flout Ultimo till public if you wish The public are invariably idiots the editor of tlio Universe announced in connection with that book of mine He was rixht though the fact tint thcpub IS TO IUJ rUTUIUS Ho steadily refuio to buy time Universe i points In tutu other direction h its till very well to try mud throw the blame on the public stud1 Minn Windram1 with a shrug hilt iIs thnt quite generous of yon Mrt tilyn- 1orhaps It isnt Was It on account of tho book you avoided me no care fullyOh thero were other things The GeographicalI moiety gave you a goldI medal didnt they They were there They couldnt get out of It 1 daresay That mummy bo till very well but people who get gold medalu conferred on them cant expect to be treated an ordinary people I suppose you ore right Hut do they want to bo treated as ordinary people h a side Issue I decline to discuss It And thats 11111 All all Heavens what did you expectSeiiKo that is a moderate amount of sense reason that Is a modicum of reason frankness that is a soup tarn of frankness Supper uhlet them Igo tutto supper And slut let them We were left practically alone Are you engaged to nay man fo Illtt 1 tusked of MUs Windram Yes she replied I believed tint I detected mournful tone If I had no detected that note 1 would have left ride 1 did not leave her side And I amcngagcd to some woman Let us go to some plum together stud 1- The reasonableness of time suggestion that is the modicum of reasonable maw seemed to strike her We reached one of the conservatories without having to tell n single He but that was probably because we met no one en route everyone was at supper 11- i I Fl 1 steered her to a scat under a palm The light was very dim A fountnln flashed under tho electric lamp in tho dibtnncc Tell me till I sold That was how 1 commenced I saw that sheI was very pale and I land felt her hind trembling as It rested on my blecve a minute before I perceived1 that she fancied I bad led her hither to tell her something nod 1 was anxious to re assure her It was 1 who wanted to bo told something AIII said she All said I It wens mamma said she quite meekly I guessed an much And tint Is till I Isnt it enough l Youre a man You Inow her Situ is one of my dearest friends nowlitWows Now I said pow Uut a year ago And a south And a month If you hadnt remem beredI the exact dote I should probably be at supper just now A year nail n month ago she was my ohm enemy She knew that I loved yon yes a year tintI a mouth ago I loved you in a sort of wutynotZ- hu way I do now mid slit knew that you loved etcfu a sort of way She commanded you to keep me at a dis tance Your mother Is not a woman of genius but upon oeeasions she cue Ibo quite as disagreeable as t hlluhHhe were She prefers however being dis agreeable by deputy1on were her deputy a year ago and II month MlfcM Windram got up front Ixsidomo and took II few steps to the silt of tin conservatory up which a splendid rose wax clambering Silo humid hind her eyes lixcdonaspray It would have been out of tlie reach of must girls but sic amity ury tall nod she managedI to break it on the parent stem The light shout upon the white llesh of her round mums Surely no living onian humid such lovely arum Slit returned to her seat WellIt silo sold Then my until uncle Poor Sot gave a laugh MyI poor rich uncle died leaving his money to me tumid your mother told me that you were to draw me on I could swear that tthere wen her ixaet wortU WHICH MY KUTUItKOim 11O8AMINIV right Thats quite DIll yon pluck those TOKOM tally to tear oil their petals One rose lay wreekei at her feet Tho other dropHd front her hand and lay complete among the crimson flakes Situ put Item hand before her face lint instead of drawing mo on yon pennlmontly avoided me and in fact old every tiling tint was In your power tn make me believe that you were sin tire when you told me at time com mand of your mother thatvani had never heard anything more ridiculous than my suggestion that we should lovo each other and that you hoped 1 would not think It necessary to repeat tiny thing so absurd Von have failed in your almKomimnnd yon did not make me believe in your sincerity Was I right I am certain that she gave a sob limit shut dltJIIOt take her hands down from her tact suddenlyShe= quickly t Her gloves I perceived worn ruined Look at your feet Which U to bo my lIhlrllulir future our fu tire IIolin 111111111 Which The wrecked rose or the other Situ picked up the complete rose antI handed it to me 1 kissed It and then fastened It nn herdrassrThe crimson petals lay upon her shill pink lIellhlt was shellpinkI now where beforethcnrThen n tutus came up mold snit that we would do well to hurry Into the supper anythingIMipper lllnck and White lrolItlun h ittCir1Tills must bo a very hard summer for marriageable men Why 1 1 set that Widower Hrownlng has had barbed wire put nil around bit planza Chicago Iteeord r r EYE DISEASE CAUSED BY GOLF Another Ailment Chiirjrpil to tho Account or u 1opnlur Niort Golf is rapidly developing a peculiar symptom among some of Its devotees which for the lack of a better name may be called the golf eye It is n peculiar tend perhaps unclassified turn of disease If Indeed it can be called a disease mouth may exist at tiny period of a gulf Imports career In brief iit s the facultyof feeing an object with out having the eye communicate tho fact to the human brainI Take any gulf course in the country and let a person walk around it keep lug within the playing grounds of the linksI Without niihing nay percept hide effort lit searching time chances nre that tIll pedestrians will be able tto pick up several golf balls Thiwe same bolls have been lost during play andI have occasioned the loss of no sad time and temper to the players tumid caddies who hunt searched industrious ly for them The chances ore that eaeli golfer win loses n ball stay titt exact spot where It dropped and that hums forerunning caddy was wlthii a distance of 50 fret of it when It struck tine ground Yet1 notwithstanding those forts a perfect stranger to the Io tallolr uf tit boll Luny null miroiid Inv days after It was lost and without a enroll see till hall revealed to ills eyes nt tit very plots till golfer and hiM addles hail tramped up and down In vain foi I15 minutes Here Is a cast In pointi foursome competition was in progress on tit Iaterson clubs links a few days ago After a poor drive a good Iron nhot landed the first mir of the first four some over the boulevard situ within about 11 feet of the river tunic green The boll tripod about 20 or 30 feet past the foremost forerunner nail tip two forerunners started out to locate It The Micond pair got on theI green In three minutes nod the forerunning caddies as well us the piaycvs ami cull riers were looking fir tit imll After a fruitless Mcnrch the first pair gave up the hunt null IOKI the bole About ten minutes later n second foiirsnin rtarled out When the forerunning HI1Iof this teim gut up within iiboitt Vn fret of the green both boysI ill out simultaneously nod ntntheit tive forI tit little bite object about SO feet away and one of them rose up trl imphimtly with a new Knit bull in hiM hand It wan tit imjiic which titpreceding foiitxime hurl I lostI On sev eral occasions balls hint aolutly been found on the putting greens ot by some golfer but of courst titso are exeetiomilI case X V Sun UNIQUE ENGLISH PRISON rllJrcht IViiul Sri Moment lcllIlIlllIl In irtiil Itrliuln item the Andaman Islands in the May of Idigul tunas remarktible news as to tit progress of that great penal set lenientl fur life convicts Those and the Mcobar islands hint now Maj 1 H C Temple lC I IU as their chief commis sioner The primeval forests of tin islands with their magnificent trots depeuIfuI under a local forest lcmi liiint San nilllH of tIn most improved and exten site kind were a few week aka opened1 on lhllt 1mm Island They arc driven by engine supplied fruin wilt water by nitami of a surface condenser drawn through a tunnel which runs W feet outt to ACM The whole department IIH Worked by Millie twin convicts so thatI Hie inland tire supplied with the timber they need pl0ytsinyears community ti ely below 10000 outlets of tin worst typo to begin with have supportedI themselves under strictt dis ciplineI leading to local freedom after ten years of good behavior What was primeval swamp and forest in a climate byLardago made 1 lnco tit mutiny of 18R7 5s u fertile island settlement covering many square milts of gardens and consisting now of poet than 10 villages of reformed criminals besides tIll convict stations and cxtciiNlvu government buildings llj1ll1111fihUOIII so successful an experiment been mule Ill so vast a scale and tilt whole eon trolledI by a company of a llrltish regi ment who nnd the place an equatorial Ipa rail IK From these Islands till China man gets his edible birds nests and fhe Calcutta elubsaml till governorgeneral their turtle The botanical gardens under Dr King are enriched by them with rare Indigenous specimens of CIIIII1lIo11hnlllinlthyThe nowiscyclones which periodically ravage till Illy of IIIHtricIIIlInhllrg1 SeotsuioiTough rfiitnipnt Woman said he in agonized touts have lrldherNo intentlythereof lesion 1 palp1ialien lintIsswtnrathat ton61I1li stutlentClnclnnntl It is tut odd ec euuuslonfiat notyieldtorevery Fir GoodnervesvlgorvtalltGood HoodsSarsaparilla Uo auto to Ret Hoods tint only HOODS HO0IBPIIIBnrothefnrorrturnnurcnthugcMATCHBOX Man No ThJeCUlltltisyeartlunatcluboxiashhaf mitt Never once did he think of suca a thing as the fairer sex borrowing it Ho tray have hind n presentiment of her laying claim to his necktie but his matchbox never Bays the Chicago Tribune Hut the bicycle girl who makes+ hab ever she wants jxisslble has now laid siege to mans matohixx If she con templated riding nt night slip needs mutches to light her lamp and needs tiarlly she must carry them in a match box That is tho reason that there are any number of new matchhoNcs this year which are smaller and more dainty than anything in this line ewer seen before Do thc girls buy them a prominent jeweler was asked To which question ho answered 114indtrd nil 1111111 er sizes arc made particularly for heir special UKO The prettiest of the tea matchboxes for girls are of gold with an enameled decoration The enameling cither takes the form of a college or yacht club flag or it rcMmbles a haiid pointed miniature showing a girl on a wlivel thesermatchboxes are modi with a concealed recess for a photograph It IIjl1l when a certain spring is touched hat the pic ture eau bu seen so skillfully It is hid dye away The silver matchboxes decorated with the outline of n tiny hit eie In enamel are also new and imuh losses pHIIHIwL lint lrh Itnln Clio able Xrnrly fourfifths of the submarine cables of tot world nrc in tin1 hands of British companies who own a length of more than lnuWj miles ofC IIolall1 at u costt of over JJ 30000000 Of 1 1 cables norow t he Atlantic to Amcriri Franco hits ono null Great Britain ton wvhee so IHJpular are the Itritish cables that nine out of every ten telegrams arc dis patched over llritlsli lines IIVH for Vlven Among the ijioorer classes iin Fnglnnd there art MIIIIO strange noti r regard tug the law of hmilMuid niid wife A woman solemnly appealed tonjnof the London magistrate thu other day to advm her whether slut was t repelled to wash her husbands Shirts and Boemcd surprised to learn that she wos not IP people hove you Ibo lmpi iloutdo annul the Impossible by asluiV that the weekAWhilsomi HuhlIDirt your husband spend mm lint ydoesmitdrawaverylarge l Gladness Comes A71tha better understanding of the phJsicnt effortspleusunteIT0rtsrightly In the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not tine to nay actual dlsii onsillllltcflconditlOII promrtIy remedy with mlllionsof families antli everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its beneficial effects mire duo to the tact that it Is the one remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which It acts It is therefore all important in order to get its bcnc tidal effects to note when you pur chase tint you have the genuine artl cue which IB manufactured by the Call formula Pitt Syrup Co only and sold by a druggistsIf of good health and time system Is regular laxatives or j other remedlcs arc thl1I not needed If onimnPhysicians but if in need of a laxative one should have the Jest and with the well of owiuiuu everywnure Syrup Figs stands highest anti is mont lar jrc7 nsCd ndgivulUoatgenerul5l1tisfaltIo BOYSAn i rlkClIAOpIr15T 1tiN1rclsCIJTlq u d1 0 tiOOi rt w r 7r v r 1 T r J f DEBIT AND CREDIT little Paul and lot me toll about thla a Cethins which I have done nnet ot debt which round my lite fo your dear baby sako lvo spun hearken well for you IKon i knowarea wise Jmconductyoufadviseoutwhutcoura r of JftIt theres A mortgage full of term and clauses ponderous and grim likewise a giant tree with one t Jit particular long limb iich reaches out to beckon Usto beckon you and beckon me ft va come and build a swing and play be 1 neat the grandly spreading tree t IK there are notes a hunch of them I When f pledge my purpose and Intent p 10 pay them off at sundry dates at rather i FFvigorous per cent 11 Is11ut a noUBO whoso roomy attic eras lKntd f ya and block s For raindaysdiverts kind And paul you follow me toedcoursethere li an abstract and a Which are the rest documents I ever had the woe to I I think I slgncd theta hut perhaps I did not sign but only snalcd Then theres a groat green lawn which slopes to westward to a rtubblu field I A great green lawn whore you will pln1 T Ill buy a comrade dog for you And therell ho plenty romplnhroom and hlde and eeok locations too And In the evening Ill come fast hastln on the choochoo car j And well explore that stubble Held where pretty summer llowers are Then there ere boucle of rigid sort I pledge and swear myself to these put on tint other credit side there IIs u wealth of cherry trees Moreover there are legal forms filled out with words moat monstrous big But she theres a corner where youll take your wooden spade to dig i lSo come my boy Imprisoned In this oily pat trout day to day And In the wisdom of your years proceed with what you have to say A chuckle for my answer Ah you dont believe my bargain bad Then prove your gluts approval Klas your jolly debtencumbered dud- Chicago Itccord THE CAPTAINS STOKY IIY AtHKKT 1IkIIT It wus just after tin scandal at our club and a little group of us were talk- Ing In n very animated way of the uf Jolr apt loubert did not join in the tonvcrhiition and did not even seem to be listening to IIH What will you tak1 for your thoughts i said to tutu at last Old theyart not worth much I was thinking just then of an incident which occurred once at a club in a small provincial town where I happened tube stayingTell I us about Itl exeialmed one i i of the other men and the eaptain light ed a cigarette and putting his cll ow on the niiiiiUlslielf against which lie hud been leaningI began his story Well It was when I wan in garri tau at MI one of the dullest end luoHtMiipId of provincial towns There was nothing in the world fora fellow to do with himself there no theater even only n low musichall When I wan oil duty I gradually got Into the habit of turning in to the Union club which bythebye was the only one the town possessed It was culled the Tnion I should Imagine because there was always a dispute of some 1 Kind or another going on there There was very little play at tills club except at the time of the three annual faire each of which last ella week One autumn afternoon just nt the opening of one of I hew fairs Ihnupcncd logo to the club rather enrly JThefc were a fair number of men there that day who wens strangers to me wealthy farmcru of the neighlx rhood Who rarely came Into town and till Carious owners of the country houses round j U They are playing high today wild One of the habitues of the club to me I turned round towards the table to witch the game and was so surprised at the sight ofone of the players that I almost exclaimed It was a young man of HOIIIO 22 or 23 years of age whom I knew by sight I was very much Interested In hint for his father lend fought com teously at Magenta and had been Mled on the Held of battle leaving his1 willow mid mm by no means will provided for The young man cone- tery rarely to the club and I had never tfcu him touch a card before I wiw Cupelled therefore to see him hold fait the bank and a good bank It was t0 for there wen plenty of units and fold coins heaped up In rout of him It Hnw much called out one of the players ItOh laughed n wealthy farmertM de Mertens is In lucks way hu can opent mans face i Wes deadly pall and there was an ex tlte1 t4 eyesOpen anti It seemed as though the very words had changed the luck Ten times running Mertens lost i M In n quiirter of an hour his bank pas cleared out Another man took ij iIt place anti the play went on It got 10 exciting that I too was fascinated4 IlJoined in There wits no room to i t down ut the tails bo 1 continued tg bUIIl1t1 the mmst excltcd way until I was tkrtled by some one calling out You I te being robbed captain rr f- irw I started seizedbanda pgatnetminthrougho warq ItheJusttllkenwreteheed convulsed enhthouelllatedwith itthetaspellboth1u M de partnerMaidI hatvnruedthinyoutI accu nation against n reputntiont The individual who OUIhncloudclillI nilWoround thaJ lable close to each other and on seem II another player put his hand Into m I lint it was naturalvery that the inn II should have thought it his duty to1 warn me On hearing my explanation i tiMertenahe 1 acquaint slices of the latter gathered round ntHllI impressed their regret that such an in cult should have bell ottered hits We then continued I nncJiduhlhleeshleldbigthnughhad mined to save from disgrace the muni of the brave soldier of Magenta 01l course I could quite understand thai the young man should now shrlnl froth seeing me again but still it struck me as rather Kt range that in some way either direct or indirect he did nut attempt to express his thanks One evening however just as I win going out to pay some visits my tinder ly informed lilt tlint a Judy wished tt see me I went into the drawingroomI and there I found u woman of about It years of age She was very dignllied hOIl1IIIfascinated me- l am Madame de Mertens she said simply MyI son told me everything about the alTair at the club 1111111I hnvi come to thank you with nil my heart for having preserved for us intact honor of our name thcI Madame 1 begun lint she terrupted mi In her emotion bud nerv ousness MyI son had got entangled 4t vari ousjhvays and in desperation hind taken to play It appears he had lust every penny he possessed that night You know the rest alas I felt very much embarrassed foi the poor mothersI grief was terrible tc witness She was still standing there in front of me her face was deadly Jl1I1IIlId the tears were trembling on her long dent eyelashes Mlle Is young madame you must nut Itake It to heart so stammered 1 It was just a moments weakness 1 will see your son end = Xo captain she said shaking her head sadly he is no longer here It h hat enlisted timid Is already on his wayWilli the regiment We hind till been listening attentively to apt loulierts story and when he stopped speaking there was silence for n few minutes And what happened to M1 de Mer tens captain asked one of the group Did you ever hear He is dead Six months ago I received a letter from Kelung n phi ful little letter written with very pale Ink and on n sheet of paper tint was all rumpled and yellow with age There were only n few lines for me to rend I know them by heart They were as follows 11 I am mortally wounded AdmiralI Courbet has Just brought me the cross but I am dying I am Mending It to you my poor cross for you saved me tumid I should like you to wear it Till Is why my friends Instead of wearing the decoration which I re ceived from the chancellor you always sec me with the sergeants cross which poor Mertens sent me Poor boy To think that he started as n thief and died n heros death at Kelung Strand Magazine Mr WHit Not died to Nhori A tall and heavilyfooted colored nine limped painfully Into a large store in IhoenlNvllIe tine day recently and be gnu to complain bitterly to the proprie tor that he had bleu swindled Dese Jiynr shots he sold suhtlnly is de wust I elmh see Hey Jes naehelly gut me nil tied up In knots What seems to be the trouble inquired the pro HcrntdwtlPII and nnld 0 Ids imle for a minute de Jjiwil I donsl lknots lilt slioIyI HJlCIWOIIIII II Funtdeyfrelsnllrightandrn- de I 1 I on niloy liul mOil dreirul1 I The- dealer I look lit one of the shoesI 1 took n IOttlwlII used to wearing nlioeH are you Iho reJllJIUiI I I kII Well the trouble Is youve got them feet No sal I Xo on theI wrong Huh cried the negro deysuitI nuffln wrong wlf mall feet The dealer ex the difference between rightIlalnedI Innd left mill the customer went away happylMilJndelphlaKeeord If our faults were nil written on our faces the world would be full of haug lug head llamf torn 2 ta MATTHEWS RESOLUTION Can Anyone Tuhe Meaning f ThisTttls resolution was introduced in congress December 0 1377 null passed January S3 1873 and is still in force In 1878 flvo years utter the bill that mtbstutled the trade dollar of ISO grain of standard1 silver null mode n legal ten der for five dollars for the original dollar of 412VJ grains of standard nil ver nnd which was a legal tender In any UnitedStatescratlc lnnuMO anti rt threefourths vote In n republican senate adopted the follow ling preamble rand resolution Introduced ofOhioPaste this In your scrap book wwtythat the wastherebypnII1ClItIn InIobligations of tho United lawauthorizing II1llhtbecurrency tint gold or silver and UnitedStatenICntltlClI refundinglItclnrellto InllrttIWhereas All bonds of tho United Htaten authorized to bo Issued under the act en ItltII11 rllIlIl1IlhIpayments approved Janu nay It JK73 mire required to be of tho do Hcrlptlon of bonds of tho United 8tittei RIII proved July 11 1STO untitled An net to an thorlzo the refunding of the national debt and I you dont you factories ere all closed money out af the 1Imini out bound hand True what would you with free 1 how I could any wuruu oil WhercaH At the date of the of said nut of coiiKrtM lust to wit tin I lib day of July 1S70 tho coin of tin United Htates of standard value of that date Included sliver dollars of the weight of 411 KruliiH ouch declared by time approved Jutiimry IK js77 untitled supplementary to tho act entitled iMiuhllHtilng u mint niul regulating the coins of thu United States to bu lego der of payments according to their nomi nal value for any sums whatever therefore Resolved by the senate tho house of repnientatlves concurring thereinthat nil of the bonds of the United Htates issued or authorized to be issued under said ccts of congress hernlnheforn recited are payable principal dill Interest at the option of the of the United HiiitttB in silver dollars of tliu1 colnaKB of the United Htattx containing U2 grains eiich of standard silver and that to restore to Its coinage such sliver colds us a legal tender In payment of suld bonds prlncl nnd Interest Is not III violation ot then public faith In del ouuilon of tho rights of time public creditor This resolution never been re Hclnded and U still In force Fiery hotel Issued since then hits been Issued in the mime form and hUll the declaration on Its face tout it Is Issued under the act which makes bonds redeemable in coin either of gold or silver of the standard value of July II 1870 a date three years prior to the demonetization of silver From that date to this every purchaser of a United States bond not onlyI list notice i upon his hued that cannot decide for whether it nhall be paid in gold or in but that hu will receive whichever is most convenient for the government In ad dition to the notice printed upon us bond every bondholder has hnd the foregoing preamble and resolution af congress to teach how foist awl fraudulent are the promises mado to him in newspapers and by presidents nnd secretaries of the treasury that he shall be paid in gold This notice been standing for 18 years No gold nionoinctnllst lies larch to offer n reso lution to rescind it Mr Cleveland nail the Morgan symidUnea themselves bore testimony that trie honda were not pay able In gold when they beset congress lust year and the year before to pugs a law making them payable In gold It will be remembered that Mr Clew- and lectured congress severely on this subject plainly declared that the reason he could veil the bonds nta higher price was because they not i f payable in gold An effort toHinke then payable In gold was defeated in con guess Who was Stanley Matthews Stanley Matthews was a good lawyer and It Is well known that he was appointed ail byPresidentHayes who Old not appoint him because he was Lila relative Ills resole tlon above quoted concurred In by tho great body tho peoples representa lives In butte houses of congress declares that all the obligations of tho States which arc in the form of bonds are payable principal Interest nt the option of thegovcrnment the United States in sliver dollars of the coinage of the United States contain ing llSVi grains each of standard II- IorIcorln Journal FALLING OFF IN IMPORTS fcMlUey of stuck Arguments of Molllu Irjrllr One of tho stuck arguments the McKlnlcyltcs who are afraid to talk on the currency question these days that In consequence of tho reduction of the tariff the country would be Hooded with imported fabrics thus driving labor out of employment by stopping tin whceli in our homo factories will have to abandoned It unfortunately mitts its bruins out against the array of opposing facts Hero they arc Total Total Importim1K 2 10302W14S K74024fiJ- 1KI3 K47CA5lttl Krt 400ljl ICiUP5lSoo 11 months a IlMOOO ttVtW Tho year 1804 was a year of panic when Importations were checked by mi iittuul tlnanelalI dint resseslu the year u HAVNA tell sir you appreciate tho benefits receive AMKIIIUAN IHOKUCUU Hut the tho la going country of work and and foot but become of hllvcr dont hell be pnagu afoiinulcl act An act An act tOil government pal nor lion printed he himself sllvar him liar and not were of United nnd of of be 1KIM JfiOa and 1K03 the imports under the operation of tilt McKlnley law were each year nearly 100000000 in excess of the total Imports In 1805 nnd 18UO under tile operation of the tarllTof lau These figures are not cited to prove that n decline In Import Is n proof of prosperity We do nut believe In such a theory Hut the figures are a complete an ewer to the predictions and the pratlngN of the high tariff advocates who insist that the country Is bring ruined by n deluge of the Inmporled products of cheap labor Wheeling Itcglster u NOTES AND COMMENTS It appears that Mr Bewail like Messrs Hanna timid Payne will also be obliged to dodge n few bricks from the labor unions during tho campaign Chicago Chronicle Well gentlemen McKlnleyism hits the floor It huts hind It since I1809 when the American people floored it bj n large majority It Is yet to be proved that they have changed their mind Albany Argus McKlnley success inevitably means Hanna domination at the white house for four years We refuse to be lieve that tho voters of America will de liberately Install In power n govern ment of Hanna by Hnnnn for Hunna nnd his associates In tho presidential trust lloxton Globe While the republicans were get ting on n part of Grover Cleveland platform theyshould have token the whole of It They ought to haveoome out for sound money and free trade which would have becu consistent be cause It would have meant no favors by legislation to thu glasses ut the cx pense of time innsses liOiihvlllo Cour ierJournal1 It Is slated with some llourlsh that Mr Platt and Mr Hanna got to gether In New York and that Mr PJatt Is to have his own WilY nail that nil the republican campaign work In the male in to be done through his organization It all this Is true it may be act down as n haul cold fact tint Mr llntt imps hyWWIIIII1I of experience We mean no offense when wo class him In the shifted cat crowd Cincinnati Enquirer J L tl- I 1 t J tw i q 1 A LITTLE NONSINIL I11 6 It t It cMrlfM Met that wHcMttjM the trUb ornament rets JI1 hit water it la pure to dissolve Wife1 hear I want Mi tltok i- LandWhitt r A sympathetic nature t you have I want time same IS Y laeulttg WorillaThereare people who rnskt ifffi lCM ef going through the worl to ltk ing through tho wroug end of tat le1ii RcppTi XHHIK Horn VyiHi said the business ninM to the ckrgymaH Tve lost aj jfpwtvrteal of time In my lIttl Ily frittering If away I suppose Noby being too punctual1Jo my appol tin niu Boston Courier Mrs Mann Herc8 a plo yoiir mother brought in today I suppose you will havea 1 lrcQ1Mr Mnnn ti Will Il Well I guess Ah thatll the stulTI If you could only make plea Ukr motherHettyMri MnnnYclI a+ I was going to say your mother brought this In today She saw It nt time bakers as site passed by and went in gllnlollIIkl11 + Mr DolnnH Dilemma Olm nil nv n puzzle eonccrnln1 the next clew 4 I IllnlnlheIquestion 1 Its worn nor that 01 prellntinnry this year Wld wan o the mitt named MoKlnley an tho other named llryan bedad Its dlllleult to lime e hard fectlns towards ay t her nv thin Washington Star- KISSING tM A CRIME British AiitliorlllnTnKTrr from tho Dutch fnurU on Ilin 6laltrrFtic secretary ofstate for Indlu linn just Issued a solemn order lit council dismissing from theservleeof till Anglo Indian government one of the principal medicalI authorities of Madras n mill tary surgeon named Clarence Smith enjoying the equivalent rank of that nt brigadier general for merely having re quested n kiss Tho surgeon general was a married man possessed of IncumhrnnccH In the shape of grownup children and tintI lady to whom heI offered the salute had a husband She might not have wild anything about It had the surgeon gen rat been sober but when hu made hit niTer he had been dining not wisely but too well and Instead of breathing love ho breathed the odor of brandies and sodas liven ladles In the east are averse to taking alcoholic stimulants In this par ticular form end accordingly thu of fended female turned the medical gen truth out of her house amid Intimated to him that slit would Inform her hUH band The following morning the of fender realized 1 he hind made u fool of himself and wrote u letter of abjeut 1 apology to tho lady attributing his be hll viol to Intoxication Hut there was 110 forgiveness In her and so a few days later her husband sent n detailed report of the generals action to head quarters at Calcutta along with the letter of apology All this took place shout ri year ago nnd ever since then thin IlrltlNh author ties lone laid their hands full of corre spondence discussionI and1 reports about the maltcr The aggrieved husband Jo manded that the offender be fittingly punished nil after duo consideration the viceroy Lord Klgln who as a Scot Is naturally devoid of any sense of 1111 mor ordered tho dismissal from the service of thu till too gallant general The latter appealed against the decision pleading In extenuation of his temerity that this lady had frequently IllrmlttlcI him to kiss her and argtilntf that thin justified further advances The lady protested however that she hid resisted and resented oven the first rpproach toward what diplomats do hcrlbu as an undcMlandlng timid tin authorities appear to havo accepted her statement and have confirmed thu dis missal of the general utter n service covering irqtiartcr of n century nomi holly on the ground of offering to kiss a married lady but In reality because a 1111111 who could bu such a fool as to riskI his position to embrace nn elderly and unattractive woman was obviously too foolish to be Intruded with any re sponsible ofllcu in the service of her lirltannlc majesty It is unfortunate for Surgeon OehYClarenceSmlth that hu Is not In time term 1w of the queen of the Netherlands Ior tin Dutch courtH of appeal have recently decided that n man who kllllCIH a lady who IIs a total stranger to Mist In the public street cannot bo legally punished for the offense To kiss H person remarked tho president of the supremo rOllrt6Icannot be a minute moiinor us it is In the nature of a warm mark of sympathy Indeed the Dutch judges KCCIII to consider it IIH n pcnnls Mblu timid praiseworthy way of show hag admiration for personal charms + Sun Francisco 1 llIlIhlCr A Vllo Cloy Helen ttwcOh Tommy aint yon awfully afraid of tho bears they till thou up here- Tommlo Nhw r Im not afraid of the ouJiuInlll +n Round Table An Arcotnpllalted JLIItla flirt r i upttbo + Mrs HWhy you cant ftaiieffimy- deal b d ICo lnH7miimt but Iiwx May f- wsplendidlUarpera HquHil TabUu J rVf ti tlI I r tI- IitI L4 it i f r THE HERALD snuroct OOOPEI liUtI OBI K IA1IOIT Aatwdatedltel HAZEL CRKCN KY THURSPAY Oct 1 1890 DBOCU1IC1ICUf For rreahleat WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN OfNebruka For VicePresident ARTHUR SEWALL- Of Maine For Congressman Tenth District THOMAS Y FITLIATRICK- OF FLOYD COUNTY VMO UN CEMENTS For Commonwealth Attorney Wo am authorisedi to announce A V- llYKI nn a candidate lor Conimonwi tdth r Milljcot11o am nuthorUed to announce II II JIAUUIS of her county Hay a candidate Tor Commonwealth Attorney fur the tad In illolul District iiibjoct to tin ctlon ol th I r boon ntllu primary October 1 SOU nO Primary Election Call Notice i11 heroby given that by order i of tho Democratic Committee of the i judicial district of Kentucky a primary dilution will bo hold in nil tho counties composing snit district on the Jlrd tiny of October ISUrt between the hours of 7 oclock u m nod Ioclock p in for for the purpose of nominating DemoI cratic candidates for the otlleon of circuit judge anti commonwealthrt attorney for wild district to ho voted for at tho No vember election 1SUT At said primary election the pulls will bo opened at till t regular voting plncm III all tho voting precincts of each county in said district Till August IIS Iisyrt- ED CUIAUAN Clmirmnn- WMI GOOCY SaereUtry Osn of the lutost lJi tum IICentncky papers to reach our olllco IIs thu 1ik County Journal recently started by JIfI II Humliproys ami Ed P Kinnoy as editor anti assistant respectively It iis n neatly printed seven column folio well edited nod tlatfootrd for lliyan Sewwll and free silver We welcome Iit to our exchange list nod bid the gentle I nun God speed in their goodl work Frost tho iike County Journal wo learn that a free sliver club with IfiO memburs was established at Iikeville on Sept IJ Hon T Y FiUpatrick ad dressed the club and the money question was made so plain that tho most illiterate could understand it He also lallln beautifulI tribute to Ilom11i Hryau our standard bearer and referred to the ladie1 present in the language of a true gentlemanI Campaign Lies Judge Uoduey Haggard of Winches tcr fuced a mob of howling silvoritcs at WII4l1l1uwotilto and Huoknor tlckutliJudge Haggard did not rpenknt 111 runt but the meeting referred to was u Camptou where the speaker was com polled to listen for n tow minute t enthusiastic shouts of genuine Demo errata That little hour business iis n howling 111 MO n gentleman from tlitU i county informs us It stouts thnt some people are never no happy liS when they can misrepresent the good people ofn communityI SentinelDemocratI Hox MuI HAIIWK a McKlnley speaker vent hero from Pennsylvania tto instruct the Ipeople how to vote spoke to u fair sized audience at the vacant store house of Judge G U Swango on Wed noadny afternoon anti after an hoursI talk in which ho essayed to make pro tection and not the currency the Ustue of lluxhour he courteously consented to Imvo tho nudlenco hear Dr Logan the lecturer give the Democratic side of the situation Dr Logan showed clearly and conclusively that currency anti tho 7 tariff was tho issue and plied fact upon fact to prove that his view wai tho cor- Net one lie showed how the country 4i had always prospered under tho free coinage of silver whereat tho single gold standard had wrought ruin in Its wake that silver IIn always hud been and al ways would be the oor mans money that all tho t rcidtinu of the past had taea of that mini and compared tho r t countries using tho lnglo standard nnd the double standard In a mntinor so cou wincing M to leavo no doubt In tin minds of any unprejudiced mini that free sHrcr la the unit remedy for exist ins evils Throughout his talk ho made many happy Illustrations of his theory and tempered his remark with so ninny applicable illustrations that ho was ap plauded to tho echo tine after time Ills speech demonstrated tho fact that the srwd W B Jnrscly Pcmpcratici M11- ot though Mr Babcoci WAS treated with the utmost courtesy all tho while Mr Babcock closed the debato but Dr Ligan hadalready captured tho crowd by hla happy hits and logical reasoning v A HOWLING SUCCESS Col BrtcklirUgo and Col F lhi t a t LezlogtOB The Lexington Argonaut g rpa the tot lowing graphic account of Uro Ikdteciatlc meeting heldat the Chtvutnxujuu ground1 at Ixjxlngton recently Col Itrecklnridg having been elected1 ait tonHlmastcro ctHMl1 the bull an follows h MvI FKIIOW OiriZKNs Applause i I am hero this evening Applause For the purpose Laughter IINot o making a rpccch More applause IBllt simply to slow Applause again That IItun hero Lund yellingI I believe In the supremacy tremen dons cheering of the Democratic par1 laughter anticries of go on No man within the sound of my void hen1 tIll house went to pieces can possibly believe that I could fail to ho present to crt myold friendofcries of thick tier Mucklien give em hems Hlllie bl1x 1 was nlMtut to remark I IInow litI down over there anti quit waving thnt banner and give me chance to spoak my place I am opposed to anarchists They an a burl gang tronuMidons cheering soul wild throwing of silk hats into lilt stir They wont do to tie to The colonel Ipaused until the terrible applause subsided after which ho called1 on tier Huckner for a few remarks of the snood of money TIll generalI bltuhed rapidly and took the stand just in front of JI Diiano who was Sandia the noise and applause illlegation for the a Hair Gen Hticknor tens happily rocoiveil and made quite a lengthy oust response Gen Huckner mitt no claim to oratory IJIf ho had the audience would havoi mobbed him He is simply II1IIIIIill blunt man who like old Cleopatras Roman sweetheart strike right on He spoke long and laboriously He used many words He also used gestures Ho explained tho parity juke between guild and silver untilI it became no clear that ono could rco iit with one eye closed He also proved beyond contradiction that IfII silver dollar wero placed in crucible and molted1 it would destroy till stunt forever This was a clincher cool Colonels tLivingston and Falconer nuked at ouch other andI winked and remarked that the race tens won 0011 Uuckner renewed his state taunt that ho Is not an orator which was greeted with tremendous applause Ho showed up the godleNu scheme the farmer has concocted to rob the bond holder and by the rcmonotixation of sliver to turn him loose a deathless CIIIIi viedn ilmincial wonder on the face 0 the earth His uddroM wow an awful arraignment of the sll vi r barons and robbers of th o throtfI the ladles wept great gushing hChIOOIl 11thu scribe softened and reeled oil a few weepy lu a low tune of voice At the conclusion of Gen Huckners argument the tonstmaster introducedi Col FollOw s of New York who is alo out of the moderato patriots+ pattern of IStIlCuLFellawewnadiketimittuugnerny taste anti presented a pleasing appear nile Col Fellows hay n beautiful voice a spendld personal appearance his gas tures are unique nnd he ii as graceful asi Dolfjuto and uy wlntomu as n luxe The colonel ppokc the name speech which Ion Ihickncr used the only dillbrcncc being thnt he begun at tho other end of it Hit argument on the beauty of gold was terrific Like Get Huckner ho- showed that the farmer mid laborer were iu a gigantic conspiracy to bust up the government lie showed thnt llrynn is an anarchist Ho wan willing to cross his heart antibody that what he nnld was true lIe was very skittish on tho bond question and touched gingerly on the Crimo of 78 Below U the gist of his remarks on Altgcld taken from memory Altgcld Is an nnnrchUht Apr Ilnmcunc n dangcrouf man he a regular blue noel with u red shirt dialed iqua therefore the silver tutu ore all alii devils with red shirt waisti onn Ter rifle applause friendeIlIOccntlbulwill never paw into history He was so I bad that he was really comic The silver I FtJlowlllllrgulmcnLi palgn silver literature If Fellows argiijiI meat ever gets into history the people will owe the IWfU world nn AmcricnnI I Pledges IhrttfQ deote9 ol Railroad lrnpl0yes A new plan to secure Voles tor Me Klnlcy has btrctt ndofttai Uy WM o1 the corporations and OrVe tAUMUin particu Imstbeen rends that certain railroads hero intimidnted their employe tutu thereby secured n pledge from them to support McKlnley Thi scemn to have smote 1the conscience of these railroads and in order to relieve themselves of nny sns 1picion of intimidtitiutt they horn adopted a new sbcme which even goon further and makes each person employed swear goldtllh The charge is being made that one railroad in particular hay sent out notary publics with much of its pity trains When the workman wages for the north art given him ho is also handed a slip of paper to sign on which iis grin ted something in substance as follows I hereby somomnly swear that no II I111111of1 thlnailrllll1 has forced mo to signi an agreement plugging my support to Major MeMCinley and sound money but Itin hereby solemnly swear that I will vote for MeKinlcy anti that I litIU of my own true will It will bo seen by signing such an agreement ostensibly for the purpose of exonerating their railroad company of any intimidation that the men are simply making With that they will dis 1ngnrd their snillhigo as American chit xeiM and vote as the company dictates KiKjuiron COUNTYaJamboree From tho Jambs Rev I lK Murphy1 in seriously ill with typhoid lover Woo be unto McKinlcyism anti tilt 1I1IIUMiss Kiln and Henry Phillips of Para gon wore guests in the Iambi during the l annual meeting iI 1 It ielhlsk and wife visited the facttt lIllIItlllII I Miss Mattie Met u ire who for MHHO time has hero visiting her aunt lane Caskey and other relatives returned homo bust week Iliclo Tom Chaney who fur many yours huts been a resident on nrn sy near Salem is not expected to live Kre this goes in print he may Intro crossed tho still waters September H JVMiioitCH 11 r lm SKVKHAI KUTHITI MKX1 or M omen to travel for responsible c txltlUhcd house III Kentucky Snlnry JTMt payable 11 weekly and cYpcuMs Position jiermanent Keterenee Mnulivsoselfmldrcss edIenvelope The National Slur llulldliitf- e Chliwpo LM IS Taken Up Cant to my plan on UrKr Creek lKv 1 IhrAtlluwtaKI old nilihtpro klIIItpt0 IMHt wt iras KV Creek Kv Land Sale for TaxesIly virtue of taxes due School district No 10 fur the Kchool year ending June 10 IWHi lathtllltwrellnt J i Ill II I hlI store oiler fur sale the following described real estate It lielng the property of the Kenlncky Inlon Iumlicr Co towlt Known ns tit Meadow llranch and lutumicd Ity the lands of Isaac Klklus J I f1l11lInllllthlhlI 1 SoldbyJWNAPIKlt FOR SALE I tlntiI thatII rat make settlement with me nt once Kill I flat their notes or account In the hand oi an o Ulcer fur collection I uniit to sell nila a the real estate I own and have control of nuttonnutfurmilesfrontWRllllltOrIl SJlllrJ A 11AULBEElU fl Physician and Surgeon HaLL GKEEN iv 1ri Surgery and otatetrlc aeptclalty t OREATESTSALE IINTHE HISTORY OF THE TRADE r j COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4f And Continuing Until Closed Out The s Largest 8 and 11 Best s stock s ofs Clothing in 3 Kentocfcr f ltEGARDI11 ea s OF VALUE IIKQAUDLKSS OF COSTI HKGAUDLKSS OF 1RICEI 0Wo tin not euro what prices competitors namo wo will porlt of tin from 16 i0 and 2o which puttltoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR S750 YouWhoaI I FintuitolSuitspT suit color guaranteed rarest ISI A coysxEK i Four Hundred and Fifty Suits from our last solo which sold nt IUO and worth el0 antl t ll at HIMI Pants atI 50 cents 7o cent anti 1 worth Irioanti JHt out Hundred pair Panty line wool cassiniere at worth JJo You Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Pric- esLfUJSIl rt GIllS fjtIiaIlSi lEADING CLOTHIERS LEXIHGTO flXD PflRIS NY I VISIBLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAXEL GHKEN KENTUCKY IWg priersiutdMAKK A SPKCIALTY OF 1HILDIX5 FARM tad ROAD WAGONS JntrolmeIIIHnQHappy IIX THK IIORSKI JSHOKINO AND ImPAIR DKPARTMBXT WE IPA employ only skilled labor every mitt MK lull artist in hill specialty and your work is m+ peetfullvsolicited PIJI BArrJfti SLIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY 9 H F PIERATT Proprietor jj- tSTIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY IIOUSE d r1cinljj convoyed on liberal terms Patronage of the publiore A jSllldfuH= oo 1I1 rI iYjllll QtyTIjE gREAT BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOLfoTJ SOUTH 91SrrtJliMJJ91rr nl HYNDAEDi or LAID watts HOLDING nN rour JlhMdIil rl IdoPfifilllllAIIt RCOWlNOO eY THE LtADING el1SIAESS MIA 1 i tat ti 41 iNE tOUtjfRY srrvrav Vft 1tYr I C2US6tt c itJI f a i ii THE HERALD SFIMOEl OOOFER Wttr CIAB E lillOIT Asu1te Utter HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY HOot 1 1890 DEMOCRATIC TIGHT For President WILLIAM JENNIXOa BRYAN OfNebrukk For Icertldtnt ARTHUR SEWALL Of Milne For Cong ulllnll Tenth District THOMAS Y FrraATKICK- OP FLOYD OVN- TYANNOUNCEMENTS 4 For Commonwealth Attorney Wo nro nutIi razed In itiinoiiiin A IV- llYHI nN it oiiiullilate tar Commonwealth Attorney far tie Mrd Jndieittl District sal Joot to the itetlon or this Uemoimitlo pitrly- Wo nru itulliorlned to itunoune II II JIAUUIM of Leo county tin u mmlldiiio fur Coiitniouuculthii Attorney fur the 23d In illulut ll lrlrt MtUjcot to the Hetion ol tlio Democratic primary October IMHI o Primary Election Call Notice UI hereby given that by order of tlio Democratic Committee of tat lSd I judicial district of IKentucky a priming oluotion will bt told in nil the comities I composing wild district on the trd day of October ISM lbetween tlio hours of 7 oolouk n m luau II oclock p in for for taw purpose of nominating Demo untie candidate fur the olllcw of circuit judge and commonwealtbH attorney for wild district to be voted for at tlio No vumbor election ISUT At sail primary election tlio polls will bo opened at the regular voting place in nil tlio voting precincts of cauh county in said district Thin August IS 1SIH5- ICi1 l u CVUAIIAN Chairman 0W4 Ooocv Secretary ONH of tho Intost KnatornI Kentucky papers to reach our olllco IU the Pike County Journal recently started by 1 H HumliproyH rind Kd IP Fiunoy an editor nod assistant respectively It ll- n is neatly printed seven column folio well edited and tint footed for llryan I Stiwvlt and freo silver Wo welcome iit to our exchange list and bid till gentle men God l11Odlll their good work FltoM the Pike County Inurnal wo learn that n free silver club with lf Ut mcmbur wan established at Pi kIn III 0 onI Sept 1J Hon T Y Fitzpatrick ad drossod the club and the money questioni was made KO plain that the most illiterate could understand it He nisi pail n bcnntifnl tribute to Hon W J llryan our standard bearer and referred to tit India present Iin the language of a true gentleman Campaign Lies Judge Rodney Haggard of Winches tcr faoud a mob of howling silverites u1 Torrent half hour bef are ho tune allowed to speak in the interest of the inhne- autl Uuoknor tlokotI Judge Haggard did notprnkat Tor1 Tent but the meeting referred to was at Campion whore the spunkor was com polled to listen for n few minutes to enthusiastic shouts of genuine Demo crate That half hour business illII howling lit HO n centlcmun from tbut county informs us It seems that some people are never so happy as when they can misrepresent the good people oft community SentinelDemocrat Jlox Mil UAIICOCK a MclCinlcy speaker sent hero from Pennsylvania to instruct the people how to vote spoke tot fnlr wired audience at the vacant store house of Judge G U Swnngo on Well iiesdny afternoon nnd otter an hours talk in which ho essayed to make pros tectlon and not thu currency thoiskiic of the hour ho courteously consented to Intro the audience hour Dr Logan the lecturer give the Democratic side of the situation Dr lignn showed clearly and concludtvcly thnt currency and the ar tariff WRit tlio iwue and piled fact upon fact to prove thnt hit view was the correct one Ho showed how the country huh always prospered under tho freo coinage of silver whereat the single gold Blnndnnl had wrouglit ruin in Its wale that silver in always hall been nnd al wjivn would be tho pour mutts money that ull lliu ircsiltnta of thin past huh beta of that tuinJ and coaiparcd the O y countries uilng tho singio standard nnd the double standard in a manner so con vincing M to leave no doubt in the minds of any unprejudiced man limn free silver U trio only remedy for exist lug evils Throughout hit talk ho made many happy illustration of hit theory and tempered lila remarks with so many applicable Illustrations that ho was ap plauded to tho echo time after time Ills speech demonstrated tho fact that the WWt trn4 nrgcly Pe1lvcrn1t nltt- I though Mr Dabcoii was treated with the utmost courtesy all tho while MrI Babcock closed tho debate but Dr LgnI had already captured the crowd I happy hits and logical reasoning A HOWLING SUCCESS Col IreoMnrldQo and Col Felhwi att LezlnotoB The Lexington Argonaut gives the following graphic account of Ore Holteciatlc meeting hddnt the Chautmiqim ground1 nt Lexington recently Col Hrecklnridg hiving been selectedl as toalmnstcrlo sMll the ball as follows It Mr FIMX C tlrrzhawapplnnsc- I i am hcixi this evening Applause 1I1or tho purpose Laughter Nut ofr making i t 1i1lure npplnuse Rut simply to show Applause again That1 IInot hurt Iud yelling 111IClltJ0I in thin supremacy tremen parru man within the sound of nlyroicehent- he house went to pieces can possibly believe that I could fail to be present toI greet myold rrfllIlnfrll of lluck ner Uuckner give em beans Millie As 1 wns about to remark I IInow sit down over theru mid quit waving that banner and give me a chance to spunk my piece I am opposed to anarcldsto They are a burl gang tremendous sheering and wild throwing of silk hints into the air They wont do to tie to Tho colonel puu ed until the terrible upplauso subsided after which I Ilculled nn Gen Uuckner for a tow remarks on the sound of money Tin generalI bliiihed rapidly nod took thin stand just in front of J Dunne who win leading the anise and applause delegation for the II Hair Gen Huckncr tins happily received nnd made quite n lengthy toast response GUll Huekner laid no claim to oratory If he hind time audience would have rubbed him lit is simply 1I1f11IIIII blunt mini who like old Cleopatras Itomnn sweet 10llgIand laboriously He used many words He also used gestures Ho explained thoi parity juke between gold and silver until it becnme so clear that one could free iill with one eye closed He also IfllntI beyond contradiction that if a silver dollar were placed in crucible nod melted it would destroy the stump forever This was clincher laid Colonels Livingston and Falconer looked lit each other and winked and remarked that the rice was won amt Itucknor renewed his state smut that ho is not an orator which was greeted with tremendout applause He showed up the godless Kheme the farmer has concoctedl to rob tlio land holder mind by the rcmonoticaUon of silver to turn him louse a deathless con otf the earth Ills address wns an awful arraignment therwest His appeals in bebulfof the laboring man were pathetic and many of the ladles wept great gushing tear even the scribe softened nod reeled oil a few weeps In a low tune of voice At tho conclusion of Gen Uncknors argument the toastmaster introduced Col Fellows of New York who is also one of tho moderate patriots pattern 1StltLtCol Fellowawnsdlkedouttoaqueens tnste mid presented n pleasing appear mice Col Fellows hns n beautiful voice n lIH l1llltlllcrol1llnlllwlunllcu his gus tures nre unique null he Iit ae graceful as DoltMrto and ns wlniomu ns n IIIltI The colonel spoke the sauna speech which Gen Huckncr used the only dtllorence being thnt he begun nt the other end of it Hits argument on tho beauty of gold was terrific Like Gen Huckncr he showed thnt tho farmer nod laborer were in a gigantic conspiracy to bust up the government lie showed that llryan 1is nn anarchist HA was willing to cross his henrt and body that what ho said was true lie was very skittish on tho bond question and touched gingerly on the Crimo of 78 liciow Is the gist of his remarks on Altgcld taken from memory Altgcld Iis an annrehisht Ap IllnucflUe n dangerouf man hew a regular blue tlurll with u red shirt wal t Boa therefore the silver men nro all muttI 11- a devils with red shirt waliU on Ter rifle applause Col Fellows argument on his friend ship for Gen IJuckucr m s uingnUkcnU but his argument on the money question will never pass into history Ho was so 1 bad that he was really comic The silver u1mcnLpalgn silver literature If Fellows nrgu1 mtnt ever gets late histcry tho people will owe the world nn apology I iwtw Pled fet 4 e9bp Ute Votes ol Railroad Erployete A hew plan to secunS Voles for MQ Klnley has beet ndojMwil by ntmc ot the corporations aWA omk fatdadn particu tar entering LoMsvlNtt The chsrgo has been mndo ihat certain railroads have intimidated their employes mil thereby secured a pledge from them to support McKinley This scorn to have smut 1t11C conscience of these railroad + and in order to relieve themselves of any sum picion of intimidation they havo adopted a new shear which even goon further and nmke4 each person employed sweu r thnt they will support n single goldI standard by voting for MelClnloy Tho chnrgo it beint mndo that one rail rumul in pnrtieulnr has sent out notary publica with each of its pity train When tho workinnn1 wages for the mouth mire given him ho Is also hnnded n slip of paper to signi on whieh is prin ted oinetliing in subsumee ns follows I hereby somemnly swear thnt no olllcial of tlwnlilrolltl has forcedI mo to sign an ngrevnuiit plodding my support to Major MclCinley and sound money hilt I do hereby solemnly wwear thai I will vote for McKinlcy and thai I do MI of my own fret will It will be seen by signing such iii igrvcment ostensibly for tho purpose n exonerating their rnilnnid eompany t any intimidation that tho men nro simply maciiiK mth that they will ills regard their sullntgo as American eiti xens hull vote as thu eompnny dictates Kmjuirer MORGAN COUNTY Jauiboroo From the Jambs lice I 1Jo Murphy is seriously III with typhoid fever Woo bo unto McICinleyism and the gold Htnndnrd Fret silver will reign supreme Miss Klla andI Henry Phillips oflara gun were guests in tho Inmbs during the animal meeting 1 It Peltusknnd Iro visited lliefnm flyiii lEo A Johnson on Lacy creek Ait urdny nnd Sundny Miss Mnllio MoCiuirc who for homo ti ale hns been visiting her aunt latin Caskcy mid other relatives returned 1 home last week Inele Tom Chancy who for moil yew has been n resident on Grassy near Siilom is nut oxpeetedto live ICre this goes in paint he may have crossed tilt Vtlll waters- September iUt JAMIIOIIKI 0 r1NIIIt511IIt1IV11IIIIUI1I1rI es tablished liiiiie In Keiituekv t nlwry fjsii IpMyublti 311 wnokly salospeuses iViiimi jiernmiuMit Itelerenee Hault IlfIaddress lIullelilllClhh0 0 Taken Up CMIU to Inv plnro on irnwy Creek Kv nhout tbie week Ng o N lrtty mure of the ttllllllIf11rlllllIlI park Imv S or lI null M Miinfl wurt onI I llif lore le Owner ewe have WIIIIP by tirov keeptugI l tytirIMWIwt nlrrl reekIv Laud Sale for Taxes Itt virtue of Uses ilui1 School district No 30 fur the school year ending lime M Wi- II will on Strruttr SIITIMIUI W IMHS licOvfcii till hours oft omit oVloek Ip in ntl lii TnulboosI store oiler for stile followliif dmrlliiil real entale II luiiij property of the Kentucky tlilon lunibe- Io to melt Known ax the Memlow Itranch nut bounded liy the lanes of Isaac Klkius J IIlIIlItlllirI I I i ulllitJ 1V X A Il Kit FOR SALE I thntII tlllltIwillandu1ltlteI o ComptonntllrllrmmiltfromWnlnntOrolLlIINSJuly JA WfcA4C D SU1geonI g GREATEST IrSALEIIj IINTHE HISTORY OF TIlE TRADE i i i i COMMENCING MONDAY MAY 4r And Continuing lntl Closed Out The 3 Largest and li Best s stocks ofs Clothing sin 3 Kenlucfy REGARDLESS OF VALUE ItKQAKDLIvSS OF COST 1ItlClar11e do not what prices + titors will porlJ of Clotltin from l3 puttltoCOME AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR S750 YouWllOllJJllllllu1BuitI l suitIguaranteed xnxx 1 xs A cjox iom i Four Hundred and Fifty Suits front our last sale which sold nt routRff 1 J i wooltYou Never Did You Never Will Buy Good Clothing At These Prices I JfJCHllSIftI Chute Birang LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON flXD Pirvrillp ROSE iAzi0 PRAC1ICAI0 IBlAGKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS I IIIA EL GHEEN KENTUCKY IWIl MA1CKI A SPlXIALTY OF IUMLD1NO IFARMf and HOAJ1 WAH F- usej tin Most Material tmtl Guarantee Satisfaction Call and got our pr rim timid when you need anything of time kind give Ill your order Patro iM IHome People got only Honest Work and bo linppy IN Till HOKSKI HOEING AND llKlAIll DKPAUTMKNT B ii- employ only skilled lalior every man being an artist in his specialtytad your work Iis respectfully solicited f PI1RAETSrl LIVERY AND FEED STABL HAZEL GREEN KY I H F PIERATT Proprietor C5TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOlE Spooinl care taken of teams for C mI rr cial Travolors 1nrtioH convuyod to any plitl on liberal terms Ialronngo of the publi spcctfully aolicilod IL F 1IKKAT llwil AhirJim tSOUT- r TIjE GREAT W NESS TRAINING SCH hrrlrilJtlJj91rrhIlI HueoscDs or CRADUAiCSRIDING nNE PDS g1IwNl f BY THE LEADING BUSINESS 91HCOUNTRY Aer mON wrStr A- fvJtr rn I r1 = tjiY tI1 f t HERALD butt green HoarsaysHappinlncs I o jlort SwntiKO has left for Taxewellt county Va on a visit Wrn1L Curd will preach at Daysboro c 5t1 dar afternoon at three oclock Tho subject at llio Chrutian church Sunday morning will bo The Chief Tranrittou Mrs Grnnrillc Evans of Campion iii tliltlrtg nor eon Joint Evans andwire of this place Alf Howard our present common wealth attorney was n conspicuous tUItor hero Sunday Wm II DeBusk will conduct services at Dayaboro next Sundny morning at balfp t ten oclock Rev JMI Iittlo preached at th 1rcsbyterian church in this place o Sunday morning last J T Day lifter a Hying business tri I to Torrent and Ml Sterling returne homeftiturday ovening Kev Adama of this place had the the misfortune to lose a good horso lust Saturday night by death N L fait who lute been visitingi iin Lexington anti in East Tcnnes co on busiiii returned home Sunday u Mr and MrsI Sewall Combs of Camp ton were guesU of IL F Pioratl an 1 rife if this plan Sunday anti Monday Prof H H Molly preached at Wset Liberty last Sundy IHo will preach i 1 ltd Saturday night told Sunday morn lngL What you want when YOU aro ailing a ineditino that will euro you Try Hoods Susiiparilla and be convinced its merit The IUaysboro colored cuhool of which Prof Austin is management is progress ing niirly This nehooll U uptodttte tas an instiliitiin of learning J M Havens relurnud home last wen and says ho met sevuntl KepnhlicRiis from Carter Clark Montgomery and Mencfce counties who will support W J llryan Frank Tyler anti faulty left Monday for Mlt Vernon Tenn about i0 miltIS overland in a two horse rig Mr Tyler will engage in hlackMiiilhing in his new homo anti his friends hero wish him wellI Mrs Iou Day and granddaughter Miss Lillie Evans who have been visiting relatives anti friends at Lexington andI other paints for some time returnedI home Tuesday eveningi delighted with their trip There will ho a Puntncrutic speaking at Hazel Gircen October h by one of the best speakers in the state Also speak ing at Lee lily October tl and at Ciuiip ton October 7 Speaking at I oclock Everybody invited W e Ixgun of Tennessee ipreached on la a Saturday night read Sinuluy morning at tho Christian church am 1 again on Tuesday night IHe lccturr last night at the sumo place on his trip1 through the old world J1ttr iy Z r TO BTIMlUATK TMK At I UK KIONV IK 01 lptani to iiiiToase the milk How oven tJ jvuen tilt quantity of water thin takes H- w no igreater than when olTrred nnd drunk lure or twits a tiny I know of no records of forcing or Inducing In Crrnticil drinking liy moans of wilt but ti- users are some in npird to the jfonernl M effect ofeuesslyr qmintltleH of wilt 1 towhijf iiijnrioiiM iTHiilts 1Iln nut 1 find iinythlnjr amoiir the nut hrutie rortlH whleli answers one way or the n other the divert question whether the 01 t frtentiifje of water In milk curl be In V CTTOMMI by Imltielitf revs to drink an t jinuiiml quantity of water every tiny Henry K Alvonl Chief Dairy DIvlHlon hno Sfurlo irrnltliriYou Are tI l 1tIAnd then go abend I tear blood IIs Impure your appetite falling your nerves weak yon may ho sure that lloodn bar wparilla la what yon need Then take no substitute Insist upon Hoodn and only Hoods This is tho mcdlclno which has the largest salon In tho world IOOdsSmrtutparilla ill the One lrue lllootl 1 Purifier i Hoods Pills sue prompt cfllclent al ways reliable easy to take easj toopcrute i Dr W 0 Ixigiin who lectured here v Jut evening 011Ilhe Footsteps of Christ Ito Eastern Lands left this morning for 4 jVent Liberty where ho will repeat his + lecture TJioso who Jicnnl him lecture fe hN wore delijhtid with hiIlucrip CUll If thu holy dulmjfoal the vl ilu1I Jacldeul thereto natl the pcoplo or I Liberty may prepare Uientelvcs for n two hour andinterestinga very entertaining talker and those who hcarlnghimNotice The fact that countryII N poor that It will not make good flour and injures the bolting cloths I have do elded that I will nut grind any wheat after the whohavebring in at once and I will grind for them but under no circumiUucoi will I grind bad wheat and the roller will will be closed until spring If you want good flour bring good onceOctTttLon Dvy husbeenpasttparts u this section has accepted n call to thee Pleasant Hour Hapllst church Mt Sterl nhug mud with his wife lentos today for his new field of Ilabor Mr Scott and his excnrpharyI andtlthe people of IlL Sterling will find them worthy Mr Scwtt has hurt charge of thoI Daysboro church for three years during which time he lugs increased the interest in the Lordwork organized large Sunday school mill rendered satisfaction in all thing He hits lived in our ton I geutlemnulII lIIIIIIItllIldd Ii I to citucns of tits teen field j believing ho will provo worthy in nil1 things l uWOLF11 COUNTY Tolivor Talk George Bro vIm received an injury in IStllu foot by tramping on a unit II ShrllllgICL with a load of chickens and erg Mrs Wm McNabb1 who has been very sick for urns time is ablel to IMJ tilL again Hoc the little Min of I111 Hall fullII outof a tree and received severe injury Ijllt above the eye I Mrs lane Oldfleld mother of W A Oldtttld iis visitingi her daughter Annie lirener on laurel crock SeverulI of our oitionsnp eare l before the grand jury last week and wo guess ItlwI hoodlums will fclwhllt it is toI thatin jail in the future September W SlllNKIt MAGOFFIN COUNTY Llckbnra Localottos Clay Riley has come back tram Towns A D biey has gone to White Oak on- I business Horn to the wife of 1L C I flossa girl on tho tilth inst Kev lOll D flays tins meetings at this evening and tomorrow The cattle merchants reported a dullII market this court at Mt Sterling Mrs Dan Preston and her thin still dren of Piuntsvillo mire visitingi friends mint rt lativus at this phlrr John D Hays is a candidate for the 1I11t11tpt hilllI l I j j11mrthig Izander Ucy hold a protractedl j at our place some time ago with thirteen additions to the church ants i I I IINhold another meeting Hiram lleorge JI Iris Salver nod hew JI lD Mays and Min Xannic IuI nand Mrs Iiwie Cooper went to thoj I lOIWttlnand reported goodI meeting IIlIlIt Prof Curd at the annual meet ing at Salem and from his report school of Harel iroen is in good llllII rant this lima of year Young people is time very place to secure an education t The great talk of the mnwcs et the Ipeople of today iis time silver and gold question of which people are divided to 4ome extent but Isay hurrah for free sliver and that is what each voter should pound his trumpet for the Democrats in this section of time country are solid1 for free silver mill n good many Kepubli cans will vole for Ur11 II UMitli golllgII TaoI V I alongI we must not forget pntrick for ho is much in the lead in this section Sept 2t Fniti SnAMtn MORGAN COUNTY Caney CnllinQi Sowing wheat and making sorghum is the order of tho day D G Lacy has gone west for tho pur pow of locating there Willlo K Day the little son of Sanford Day la Cflow with fryer IIIIj ii n- Is ENGLIS iiiijj I 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY LERegular floats 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from G to 0 a m Dinner froi110 n mto8pm Suppor from GtoUpm VOystera Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Speoialtyr +s CU0 L11IGAI P21It I oiae day to hear our next president William J llrynu speak Your ccribo had tho pleasure of being president peo pIe Hurrah fur llryan Sewnll and the big sandy poplar The daughter of Hud Frlsby while coming from church last Sunday gotL throwed from her homo curd her collar Gone was broken Dr J D Whitakcr was at once culled to set her September 28 18911 XK Consolation ObltIMr Scab Wallers is still on the sick list Arles Baker and famllv left for Tar rent Sunday where they expect to reside for awhile Kev F Agers appointment for Mon day night Supt 2S was filled by Kev Peter Johnson and Hartley Hlankensliip Tho enrollment in district No Iiij ban I been over ftO out bit and a good averageI attendance The school iis getting along nicely and is llllIU lllatrUllt K D Motley and wife and two sons James cud Oscar red Mrs Win Hlan- jj konshlp loft Monday September iS for writ to relatives and friends at Pike1111 illt- II 1 j tubIlust Sunday and at who heard him were polllHnuul with his grand nod good delivery Success to you Itoward 1 Dcllttsk1 who has peen study IIII0wlnitho ministry for some time preached his first sermon lust Saturday night at thin tMskey school house men r I lmrnrtIy I tint clJorl We lealisw that the Chris II I thin church hits unlisted an earnest and1 ontluuitistic worker In the person of Mr DcHusk TUB HKKAIII wisher him unbounded success in time cause he so nnkiitly enforces Mavtowu Mlssllos Mrs Helle Mankcr of Spradling was visiting her si ter MrsI oney l lst weekMrs 1 Smithers of Wood ford county accompanied by Wiley Hoi in aro visitin relatives null friends In and nuns townI L T lljliu and family James hull and family all of Jackson were visiting relatives and friends ill nod near foal hit week Mrs Kilchie returned homo Friday accompanied by her daughter Mrs1 W U Anderson mud her little daughter Carrie uf Mt terliiiic lushly Sixton Hilie ours iis on the 2nd Monday in rash mouth Hy ttheI way we sew thu jjudge one day last week I pulling cans fishier IHe tout us to wiy iiolhing nbuut it mid well not 1 11 1111110111I1I1ltotlifrolllI 1IliIllII moved into thfl ptoKrty VMCNted by Mr- Uiwsoii I I I 1iielo Kecse OItltldl l unit his good wife trout Patsy wore In town yester turdny Thor are among thY hurl friends of Tint HltltAilt in this eountry We- hnvu never known thum brhind with their subscription froll1Iand his holy gold standard anti high tarilF We hope he Iis now on till stool j of repentance knowing us long as the I Democratic thulda out to burn many Kctuhllcaii4 will retllrllII I September 29 u WlXill n I I A Bright Boy Wanted An active reliable boy In each town can secure a good thing by taking hold lof an agency for Pcnimylvuniu Grit great family newspaper The Grit U bright and ncusynnd is just tho paper I to veil rapidly Kvery issue contains a eumploto story in separate pamphlet form by some renowned author Agents iI in nearly four thousand towns aro doing nicely and If tho agency for your town inI riot already taken you should write to Grit Publishing Company Williamsport Pa and secure it at once PA 1T11FUfUI N 1TANTFnSf1liltAr for rrsiu nlblc v lnlilUhril house In Kentucky baiar1BiCO uiililit tzJ tvtfkly mill fxpcnin I luiiiitiiiiit Itcf rtnif I ii IllrrvI tllChicAgoIJ I li IL iiili iGiiim AffojpMKtl tan Prep1 toi y ScIi il1Ie- TheU Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky TIIB Jail Session DegIs soPtomDOf 1 189G 1 Full Courses Sustained iin Every Department Kxponsos the Lowest JII Discipline till Firmest Instruction Thorough Special Courses in Blblo Shorthand and Typowriting and Drawing also Business fWIiIJ No rJ ttI isi lu+ IltlSt lMortlM In tho inountuins to obtain un tt tfIII o tt nod pnrtioulnrd1 1ikl K COtU l1l1lncIlnXc j JI Er KY Ii Kt0 n null lino of 1si iJI llli JaM HAVENS fm PRACTICAL li11 Irr Jeweler and Watchmakerj 1 miHAZEL GREEN JunelryI lalR1lir1lll Fino Watches and Gold Syootnolos n + Specialty anythinginFine Silverware see usl A Wo can save you big moneyp I j o o PoiirColliKM Illiernl Arlf lllhle Com ohldhenalAntitNtrollifIIuu l Icrayertlog nod uu IHlilulllr vniniiIt Fur 111II1 i f lIt I riAr HrOU1fij i Hazel Groon KyIiJ11Rs I40U DAY Proprietress i I IIho tablo these hrthe nturkut mssuunbluI1 cr III i1totnlertiml i sIIN I lod OLD Atlt f tic = Iw 1 w ww Iww n x llI ft I and irouorie i ji 1 f 11 Z f 1w11w w1w 1 = 1 tti t fYJt 1 t f- tP D ir E rnaaatAey wr U i tN LADDERS l1BRO VENEERED DOORS DOOR6 A Hteuno9 YUISVlllE HARDWOD 18T QUANTITY 86STIN 11 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEFOR 20 YEARS Has rill WORM Remadlet EVERY IOTTLE GUARANTEED UY UKVOU- ISTttOrrtMM t6 IT tons B MAUPIN H REED Co- WHOI ESALF DRY OOOPP Nurius tu roiixsMouin ouio 1w1 Iji1InflEg ana BoUons fJlillinryilDf lornl Fancy 11j tlJjrtpitlrmmngr lJtiYf BRUBEROU1IDNGrArm ROOFING TAIrCa fORfCATALocsoe4I WORMS PEEBLZS THE INCIDENTS OF LIFE IIWrite to T B QCINCEY Drawer 159 Chicago Scene tags of time STAR Acctourr COMPANY for lufonatllon regarding Accident IMtff auce Mcnllou beta paper By to doing sow can ere taembenhlp fee Ilea paid over 4 DWGDit cdilcuUI iujutlc De your own Ageat- NO MUUICAL KXVM1NAT10N RJjQUUUtl WT COJAIN WITH TRIMBLE l3ROTHER- Whn1PQ1P roa1sa e z MTVTEfLINGIY L y J n- If t ri1 1v a1 fflJJE HERALD I Kin Grim Hsarsays Happinings- v IniF FMod Swaneo ltns IcfLlor TaiewellI rttBty VnonavUlt f 11ra11Cord will preach nt DaysboroI guiitT afl rnoon nt tirco oclock fv Tho subject at thu Clirittian clmurc f Sunday morning will bo The Chief i1 Transition t f Mr Grnnrlllc Evan of Campion II- f sI j tlJtog hr eon John Evans and wife I of tbls place Alt Howard our prevent common wealth attorney WIll n conspicuous rbltor hero Sunday Wm IL WcBu k will conduct servicesI it Daysboro next Suiuhiy morning nt hjlfpnst ten o lock llov 1 MI litllo preached at the Presbyterian church in this place on Sunday morning IUllt I J T Day after n Hying iJUl inc trip f to Torrent nod Ml Sterling returned1 homo Saturday uvuiiing Ir rtics Adams of this place lid the JtbeI misfortune tit lost n good horse lust Satimlay night by loath K U Wau who lute been visiting ii nI f Lexington and in last Tennessee on busihesw returned homo Sunday 4 f Mr and MrsI Bewail Combi of Canui 7 ton were gnesU of 11 1F Pioratl and1 it wife of this placo Sunday mad Monilay- tt Prof 11 H Holly preached at W s- Ii t i Liberty last Sunday Ho will preach i lain Sitniday night and Sunday morn ing J What you want when YOU nro ailing Ii- a is medicine that will euro you Try loons Sirsaparilla mud ho convinced its merit d The 1 lay biro colored rehool of which Prof Austin is managemonl is progress lug niiily This hchool is tip to dote n- an M institution of learning J M Havens ixturniil home last week and says ho met several Konil lienih from Carter Clark Montgomery and Meiicfee counties who will support W J Hryan Frank Tyler and family lot Monday for Ml Yeriion Tenn about 270 + overland in a two horfo rig MrI Tyler Will engiigo in hlackMiiithing in Iris now home and his friends hero wish him wetI Mrx Ixm Day and hcrgranddiuightor Miss lillie Evans who have been visitingi relatives and friends at lAington and1 other points fur 1111 nil tits returnedl home Tuesday evening delighted with their trip There will bo a Democratic speaking nt llael iitcn October b by one of the best speakers in till state Also speak hag at lee City October tU mud at Camp ton October i Speaking at I oclock Everybody invited 0 W C IjOgan of Tennessee preachedI on lust Saturday night mid Sunday morning at the Christian church and again on Tuesday night Ho lectured lastnigimt at time samo platuum his trip jUjrotmh the old world J I II I It I l t F RightlAndblood Iin- pnipuro your appetite failing your nerves freak you may bo sure that hoods trar- apnrllla j la what you need Then take io substitute Insist upon Hood IIndI oily HoodH This Is tho nicdiclno which M tho largest sales in the world foods SII ranpnrlll a Ill thoOncTrtto Ulood Purifier Hoods Tills nio prompt cfllclent al- Ways reliable cnsytotnkecnsy toopcrate Dr W 0 Logan who lectured here feet evening onliTho 1ootstopn of Chrlet to Etwtcrn Lands left this morning for West Liberty where he will repeat his kcturo TJioo who ward him lecture era wore delighted with lifa dcscrij uu uf thu holy Laudtud the iccuttj acldent thereto and the people of Wfl I f Liberty torntwoandInteresting IndeedaI talker and thoio who hearinghintmuch NotlM The fact that the couDtryIso poor that It will not male good flour and dohgrindany wheat after the wholnavobring it in at once and I will grind for them but under no circumstances will I grind bad wheat and mho roller will will be closed until spring If you want good flour bring ollr onceOctTJ Ion Dvy Roy J ii Scott of colorI who hits been plllltthreparts this section line accepted n call to the Pleasant Hour Haptist church Ml Stcrl ing nod with his wife leaves today for his new field of labor Mr Scott and his wife aro among tho must exemplary colored citizens of this community andl 1the people of Ml telling will limi then worthy Mr Scwtt his had charge of the lDaychoro church fur three years during which lime he has increased time interest in the Lords work organized large Sunday school aural rendered satisfaction i in all things lit hors lived in our townI fur the post year stud by his gentlemanly I deportmenti and coiiMtont Christian life IiWlJlI thin esteem of nil cud we rununcnil1 i him to tho citizens of his now flold believing ho will prove worthy in nilII things IIiIi WOLFE COUNTY Tolivor Talk GlOfJo Drown received an injury III1 tho foul by tramping on a nail Stcrltllbfwith a loud of chickens and eegs Mrs Will McNahh who has buon vory sid for Mjmo fiesta in Mblo to he outI againI Hoe the little son of I111 Hall foilI out of a tree nail received a wvero injurv I CI mother of W A Ohllield iis visiting her dHiighter Annii Brewer on outset creek SeveralIIof our citizens appeared1 befort tilt grind jury last week toil wo gee mid the hoodlums will flIwhlltlt is t 14hu thuroiii jail in time future September 21I I Silixtiu- MAGOFFIN COUNTY Llckbnra Localottos play Riley lams come back from TexanI A D I ey Imo gone to White Oak 01 l business Runt to the wife of L C Haysn gir on the 1Jth inst Itev Ion 1D Hays hats meetings at this s evening cud tomorrow The cattle merchants reported a dull market this court at Mt Sterling S0 f Mrs Inn Preston aper tlnee chit Bret of 1jimftvillo aro visitingi friend- and relaUwes at this place 1 loliti ID Hays is a eandidiite for tit e shun term of jailer of this county and asks all the people to vote for him I Kcv LmmdiT llHcy held a protractedl meeting at our place MJIIIO tune ago with thirteen additions to tho church and timii cd to return in a short while to UfiplilI another meeting Hiram George I lIMil Salver and ltuv11 I D HnysNiid Ml is Nannie May mil Mrs Little Cmiper went tto tin ulnual meeting at Salem this county and reported good meeting IIlIwt Trof Cord at the annual meet tint lit Salem and from his report the Sjiool of Hael Green is In good progress iM this time of year Young people that 1 jjllho very place to secure an education Tho great talk of the musses of time people of today Is the silver and gold Question of which people are divided to rwme extent but IIIIR hurrah for free jjjjvcr and that is what each voter should und his trumpet for the Democrats tin this section of the country lire solid for free silver mud n good many Itopulili aims will vote for Bryan While going mugWO meet not forget TflOS Y Fit arl Ick for ho is much in trio leild in this cctlon tr 1 It 21Fnm SnVim MORGAN COUNTY j Caney Culllngs twlllg wheat and making noruhum Iis Itr1 order of ttho day I 0 Licy has gone west for tho pur se of locating there Awilllo K Day the little son of Sanford lye is very Inn with fever ftfuvcial ofour ciliZvU emu Ulklng ofI j I going to Jluutington W Vn next 1 If t 4 IIZRegular Moale 25 coma Moals to onlor at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner froi10 a m to 8 p m Supper from 6 to 0 p In Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Speoialty GV IUJGAIIe AsllNe1 WillialllJYour scribe had the pleasure of being pretdcot pro plo Hurrah for Hrynn Senall and the big windy poplar The daughter of Hud Frtiby while coming from church last Sunday got thrown from her hONe and her collarbone rats broken Dr J D Whltaker was at once called to sea her September 28 18111 NKD Consolation ChatIMr Scab Walters is still on tho sick list Aries Marker nod famllv loft for For rent Sunday whore they expect to reside fur awhile Hev IF Agars ap ointmont for Mon tiny night Sept 2St was silted by Kev Peter Johnson and Hartley lllankciisliip Tho enrollment In district No V2 hits been over mil out l19 and a goml average attendance The school is gutting along I nicely mimi is utmost half ouu K 1D Motley and wife and two sun + II lamesJ and Oscar and tilts Win Ulan j kttll hip loft Munday September i8 for to relatives cud friends al Pike II IIItI m 1lL DtHtuk preached an txcel I lent ermoii at the Uiukey schuol house t lust Sunday rand nil who heard him were gooddeliveryI I Movvanl Dcltusk who has bran study imp for the tmiuL try fur some time prrnehcd Fir lin l s+ rem lea Hilt II dtty I night at the Catkcy reload hoiixe near his home on Jrnwy All who heard kjhimI spunk most conipllmentary of laic llriti cllort We leulin that the Chris j tutuI10llthlljill person r Dellutlc Tin MCKAIII wUlut him tin bounded success in the cause hit NO anleiitly enforces III I IMaylowlI Missiles r of Spradling wan i i Mrs 1a+ noy Ilast week Mrs Smithers of Woodford county aecompanied by Wiley Bull II are visiliii + relutivei and friends in nil near town III1 IL T llilin and family lamea Holin I llIitllllIlust week Mrs Jlflcliic returned homo Friday I accompanied by her daughter tiltsI W rO AmlerMin cud her little daughter Carrie of Ml SterliiiK Indgi Sexton polite court is on till thesj I wickII nothing nhoul It nndI well nut I W 1 Uiwtoii and family have moved from town to hU father W IHI Lawson Wo ware sorry tu jjivo up Mr IUIWMHI hitImoved iota time property VMCMted by Mr 1t1lIIUIi I llltlillIf++ t terday They urn among thu host friends of Tun1 Hnnviit in this country We hnvo never known thom behind with their subscription Charles Gosney hUll returned from Covington and reports a nlco trip nil time hut says very littloubont McKlnley and his holy gull standard mill high tariff We hope ho is now on till stool of repentance knuwing us long as thu Democratic light hohU out to hunt many Kepubllcans will returnII September JSI WINUII tIIj A Bright Boy Wanted i An I active reliable soy In eaeh town can Hcnro a good thing by taking 1holdI of an agency for Pennsylvania Grit I time grunt funnily newspaper The kitI IU bright and newsy tumid U just too paper to sell rapidly Every issuo contains a complolo story In separate pamphlet form by some renowned author Agents In nearly four thousand towns nro doing I nicely anti If tho agency for your town U not already taken you should write tojj Grit Publishing Company Wlllinmsport Pa nnd secure It nt once f rAarrriyltISn1uAIelft 11 KV I 1 or women to travel rill rrponslble rs imbllrltrd lmnuto in Jl lItuuk j unlar1iO 1iniililit 4Fl fkly Mini fxpfiiiri Ijiiiiiiniciit Itif rafts lf s t riMaldrrr vat ruvclono Iho Nniluual titer liulldluif ChlcAgo 2W8 J e r- eaiilL ia iim Sox aia1 ass ire larntor SchI U The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky TIIB JIBXiSBSSIOq gSeptember 1I1896 i i I 1Ii Spocial Coursos in Bible Shorthand anti Typowritiug anti Drawing i also Business i I r irJ111rnqI Iin 11oEiE COlt 111lcI1nI i M 11mPRACTIOAL 11 Jeweler and Watchmaker IEiil f1 HAZEL GREEN ICY 11 Kvpp n fall lino of luwrlryLIIi I a II i lt11 J 1 1 I IJIRulatrng Fino Watehoa nbpuCnlty anythinginFine Silverware see ust i11 We can save you big money ICS lrniTwr11 r1 11r11r11r Ir o o KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Osft r o l l l I r i i CiI Hazol G roan Ky ir 11 MRS LOU DAY Propriotroas fmrhoII i I table the beat the market iresaMunhloiY in fonnertlonI Im I IOST I led JaY AII t s tarti V Ac I x 4- T I t I T 1wy r71 f 5 fffi i n of j I 5 l i i I r 111 Z IIr 11 1 1 r t M JW ltJ vtci T tR I LIJJ DOOR5 rt SASH f WORK MOsV FLOORS Oc All HINDS OP MATERIAL V t IN QUANTITY REST IN ORE- IIVERMIFUCE FOR 20 YEARS all WORM Remedies EVERY IOTTLE UKVOUIBTtt rpmcMtwnnof tt1 MAUPIN REED PEEBLEStao WHOI ESA1B DRY OOOPP NuiiUAo k OHIO r f y 111lIr JIItllWilliQUIU Rna Notions llm- I nlttn Uiip full lino tfi11 Milliiiiry Notion DrOIH iLJIpnhliol liatrniingc ijjMRS tt W bOalAt1 tiahrLADDERS l1BRO VENEERED TAh1 D0ORttbYUISVlllE 4 KYCVAjRrrqHARDrtOODBUILOIN CATALOCKOft WORMS 11 WHITES Has GUARANTEED MOLD an1tuAI Hn rOUISMOUTU I THE flCCIDENTS DFlFElilWrite to T B QvtNcev Drawer ISO Chicago Btcrc Ury of the RuM ACCIDCKT CoMiANY fur luforraalka regarding AcclJcut IMW Slice Mcutluu lists pspcr- try KO doing you as sort embcnhlp fee Hat bald over tWWOQ +t ccldcutal lujuilc Be your own Agent NO MU01CAL EXAMINATION K8QUUUA COJ YIN WT WITH TRIMBLE BROTHER SIS tff I 7 4- t I 1 al Iv i I p- F L i iTE HERALDf 8PENCER COOPER Yataltatiap j HAZEL ORBKN t t t ICY Y M COMEDIANS IN ANIMALS r i rete que In Appearance and Clownish In Their Mnnnorw 1 I Pigs especially hnppy pigs when not oo fat but only well liking and free I o wander in n big yard and forage for hcmse1vcs are almost tho most comic jOf animals Almost nil the necessary x element are present fat bodies and j f tlghtlcurlSngi f Capable of expressing lir a grunt in itcnso greedy self sntisfnetion curiosity land nil forms of squeaks and squeals for surprise fear null panic Time writer decently watched n family of young pIgs about 18 iuchcK long just turned L out to spend the morning in n meadow and returned convinced that there wa appearkneecal for description Each flower and weed was tasted by the little pigs with the air of a connoisseur trying n new dlHh and when tliey found n horse ly ing asleep taking its Sunday rest the whole Utter stood in a semicircle round its head US if grouped to sing in n chorus figs are so funny mend everyone HOI thoroughly recognizes the fact now that it HCCIIIH rather odd that the discovery nhould be so recent There IM plenty of nlliislon td the pig ns a filthy ugly creature in the cast and many ultllEng lisp anecdotes of their cunning and knowing ways about weather and food butt except the pig selling scene in the AeharnianH which Is sadlyuvnntlug in humor there is hardly naycurly recognition of the comicalityIdI pigs The reason is tint it is only the mod ern Improved British pig that in comii cal Ills alone arm the round stern tho curly tail the short nose the dump ling checks and the tine high spirits The wretched greyhound pigi of tie east or of the unimproved breeds of Europe has rot an atom of humor in him Even n young wild luiar Is a gluon little fel low only growing lively as he grows hungry We owe the comU pig to the encouragement of the Sinithfleld show and the Uoynl Agricultural so cicty Hut there IH room for difference ns to the humorous slue of animal lifo in creatures which are not domcstij cited and have never changed The owllI is u ruse In point The reels looked upon him ns n grave nnd wise laird Mid assigned him to Athene We think Isis appearance comic and in j common talk the owl represents n hl I vildered rather douse person who can f fnutsee the obvious Tliough the Greek revered the owl the Hindoo feeling Is exactly the same as ours To call n ftupid servant ooloo you owl would convey exactlyI the same meaning in India as It would lucre A physical explanation is just possible We nnd the HindoosI think of the night owl n bird bewildered by light AtheneH owls which ore now sold In large num bers in London as pets are little wide awake ground owls amble to see by day as well as by night Most people who have watched penguins hopping on the ground will own that when moving about they are irresistibly funny Their little wings like foal hands without arms round white waistcoats short necks and short legs with little fat black feet make tthem n hind edition of Mr Piekwlek Their only movement is a series of hops with the head Unit nervously forward as If they were afraid of falling which theyaree nod their little wings stuck out on each side to balance them Of course the cnguin has not the least notion that it Is funny tr amusing and hlilt uncomfortable aA- a Chinese lady trying to wnlk across n rfce field Iutllns rank high among It he comic birds Their makeup which is that of n city waiter is en Jill IIllel by the big red and yellow bill which Issct on111acaGuyFawkesmask Young pufllns which have not devel oped this adjunct to expression f are far less ludicrous to look upon and have none of the exaggerated Inspector like air of their seniors The JapnncM nrtlsts who have n tine sense of the lu dierous in nature but usually renal inx some portion of human wit into their ntudics of animal life shown pntitOrYP preciation of tho comicality of the crumb They cast brouc crabs In nil attitudes the most effective being the enraged crab sticking up its pinching claws i- nS t n position of defense If their mcehnn ical skill also allowed of n clockwork movement by which the crab could S bo depleted retreating sideways with his claws raised mud snapping these works of art would be perfect illustra tints of the comic side of submarine f life London Spectator How Jill Won llrr- He hind begged her to lie hla and slit had treated the request in a manner that suggested frivolity Why do you uso rnttrap pedals he reps uehfuty asked her ns she pre pared to mount her wheel Why shouldnt Ishe exclaimed J should think he softly murmured ns he gazed at her dainty feet that mouse traps would be amply largo She was his from that irinmcat Cleveland Plain DenIer Time girl who loves William nevi 1 asks her father to foot tfcc Bill Texas Sifter j 11 tr tir L KIND WORDS jOr Talmages Beautiful Lesson From the Proverbs of Solomon MA Soft Tongue Ilronk th n loneItcverun Nnturti Flrnt ImpuUo to Strike Hack Kind Word Never Die and soften time littler Struggle of Life Dr Tnlnuiges text Sunday was Proverbs xxv 15IIA soft tongue brcakcth the bone Wficn Solomon said this he drove a whole volume into one phrase You of course will not be so silly ns to take the words of the text in a literal sense They nimbly mean to sot forth the fact that there is a tremendous power in a kind word Although it may seem to be very insignificant its force is in describable and illimitable Pungent and till conquering utterance A soft tongue breaketh the bone If I had time I would show you kind ness as a means of defense as a means of usefulness kindness as a means of domestic harmony kindness as best employed by governments for the taming and curing of criminals and kindness as best adapted for the settling and adjusting of international quar rel but 1 shall call your attention only to two of these thoughts And first I speak to you of kindness ns II means of defense Almost every man in the course of his life is set upon and assaulted Your motives are nuts interpreted or your religious or polit ical principles are bombarded What to do under such circumstances is the question The first impulse of the nat ural heart says Strike back Give as notch as ho sent Trip him into the ditch which he dug for your feet Gash him with as severe a wound as that which he inflicted on your soul Shot for shot Sarcasm for sarcasm An eye for an eye A tooth for a tooth Hut the bettor spirit in time mans soul rises up and says You ought to con sider that matter You look up in the face of Christ and saJ My taster how ought I to act under these difficult circumstances And Christ Instantly I answers BlIss tllllII tha t curse you and pray for them which despitefully use you Then the old nature rises up lignin mind says You had better nut forgive him until first you have chastised hint You will never get him In so tight a corner again You will never have such ijn opportunity of in flicting the tight kind of punishment upon him again First chastise him and then let him go No says the better nature hush thou foul heart Try the soft tongue that breaketh tjie bone Have you ever in nil your life known acerbity and acrimonious dispute to settle a quarrel Did they not always make matters worse and worse and worse About fiftylive years ago there was a great quarrel in the 1resbyterlan family Ministers of Christ were thought orthodox in proportion as they hind measured lances with other clergymen of the sonic de nomination The most outrageous personalities were abroad As in the IIIHhiugduels siting over his shoulder so there were many ministers who came back from the ecclesiastical courts with long strings of doctors of divin ityuvhoua they had shot with their own rifle Time division became wider the animosity greater until after awhile some good men resolved upon another tack They began to explain away the difticulties they begun to forgive each others fruits and lei the great church quarrel was settled and the new school 1resbyterian church and time old school Presbyterian church became one The different parts of the Presbyterian order welded by a hammer a little hammer a Christian hammer that the Scripture calls a soft tongue You have a dispute with your neigh bor You say to him I despise you lie replies I cant hear the sight of you You say to him Never enter my house again He says If you come on my door sill Ill kick you nil You say to him Ill put you down Ho says to you You are mis taken Ill put you down And so the contest rages and year after year you net time unchristian part and he octet time unchristian part After awhile the better spirit seizes you and one lily you go over to the neighbor nUll say Give me your hand Wo have fought long enough Time is so short and eternity so near that we can not afford any longer to quarrel 1 feel you have wronged me very much but lot us settle nil now in one great hand shaking and be good friends for all the rest of our lives You have risen to a higher platform than that on which before you stood You win his admira tion and you get his apology Hut if you have not conquered him in that way at any rate you have won the ap plause of your own conscience time hijjh estimation of good men and the honor of your Lord who died for ills armed enemies- l1ut you saywhat are we to do when slanderers assault us and thcro come acrimonious sayings all around about us and we are abused and spit upon My reply is Do not go and attempt to chase down the slanders Tiles are prolific and while you are killing one 50 are born All your demonstrations of indignation only ex hHuSt yourself You might as wellon r swarmsfk- f lr aJ- Ami meadows and disturbing you and disturbing I your family bring up some great swamp angel like that which tr1toI too small for the gun But what I then are you to do with the abuses that come upon around I his head and buzzed around his hands and buzzed around his feet If he had killed one of them they would have stung him to death But hoII moved in their midst in perfect placid ity until he hind captured tho swarm of wandering bees And so I have seen men moving amid the annoyances and tho vexations and the assaults of life in such calm Christian deliberation that all tho buzzlngnround about their I soul amounted to nothing They con- queredI them and above all they con quered themselves Oh you say thats a very good theory to preach on a hot day but it wont work It will I work It has worked J believe it is the last Christian graco wo win You I know there are fruits which we gather in June and others In I July and others in August and others in September and stillothers j in October and I have to admit that this grace of Christian forgiveness is about the lust fruit of the Christian soul We hear a great deal about the bitter tongue and the sarcastic tongue and tho quick tongue and the stinging tongue but wo know very little about the soft tongue that breaketh the hone We I rend Hudibras anti Sterne and Dean Swift and the other apostles of acri I studlngoIall with the soft tongue that breaketh the bone I puss now to time other thought that I desire to present and tint is kind ness as a means of usefulness In all communities you find skeptical men Through early education or through the maltreatment of professed Chris tiara people or through prying curi osity about tilt future world there are u great ninny people who become skeptical in religious things How shall you capture them for jod Sharp argument and sarcastic retort never won a single soul from skepticism to tho Christian religion While powerful books on The Evidences of Christianity have their mission in confirming Ghristian people in the faith they have already adopted I have noticed that when skeptical people are brought into the kingdom of Christ it is through the charm of some genial soul and not by argument at all Men arc not saved through the head they aro saved through the heart A storm comes out of its hiding place It says Now well just rouse up till this sea and it makes a great bluster but it does not succeed Part of thin sea is roused up perhaps onehalf of it or onefourth of it After a while the calm moon placid anti beautiful looks down and time ocean begins to rise It comes up to high wumter mark It embraces the great headlands It submerges the beach of all the continents It is the heart throb of one world against the heart throb of another world And I immure to tell you that while nil your stormsof ridicule and storms of sarcasm may rouse up time passion of an Immor tal nature nothing less than the attractive power of Christian kindness can ever raise the deathless spirit to happiness and to God I have more faith in the prayer of a child live years old in the way of bringing nn infidel back to Christ curd to leaven than I have in nil the hissing thunderbolts of ec clesiastical controversy You can not overcome men with religious argumentation If you conic at a skeptical man with an argument on behalf of the Christian religion you put the man on his mettle lie says 1 see that man has a carbine Ill use my car Line Ill answer his argument with my argument That if you come to that man persuading hin that you de sire his happiness on earth and his eternal welfare In time world to come he can not answer It What I have said is just as true in the reclamation of time open vicious Did you ever know a drunkard to be saved through tho caricature of a drunkard Your mimicry of the staggering step mind the thick tongue anti time disgusting hiccough only worse maddens his brain But if you come to hhn in kindness and sympathy if you show him that you appreciate the awful grip of a depraved appetite if you persuade him of tho fact that thousands who hind the grappling hooks of evil inclination clutched in their soul as firmly as they now mire in his have been rescued then a ray of light will tlash across his vision and it will seem as if a supernatural hand were steadying his staggering gait A good many years ago there lay in time streets of Richmond Va a man lend drunk his faced exposed to the blistering noonday sun A Christian woman passed along looked nt him and said Poor fellow She took her handker chief anti spread it over his face and passed on The man roused himself up from his debauch and begun to look at the handkerchief and lo on it was tho name ofa highly respectable Christian woman of tho city of Richmond lie went to her he thanked her for her kindness ami that one little deed saved him for this life mind saved him for the lifo that is to come Ho was afterward attorney general of tho United States but higher than all ho became tho conse crated dlsclplo of Jesus Christ Kind i i words are so cheap It is a wonder we do not use them oftener There are t tens of thousands of people in these cities who arc dying for the lack of one kind word Thcro is a bus jj- I ness man who has fought against trouble until ho Is perfectly exII haustcd lie has beep thinking about about suicide i forgery about robbery Go to that business man Tell him that better times are coming and tell him that you yourself were in a tight business pass and time Lord f livered you Tell him to put his doII tin God Tell him that Jesus ChristII stands beside every business j his perplexities Toll him of the sweet I promises of Gods comforting grace That man Is dying for the lack of just j ntolltelword Hero a swamped in sin Ho wants to find the light of the Gospel He feels like a shipwrecked mariner looking out over time beach watching for a sail I against the sky O bear down on him Tell him that the Lord waits to be gracious to him that though he has been a great sinner there is a great Saviour provided Tell him that though his sins mire scarlet they shall be as snow though they are red as crimson they shall be as wool That man is dying forever for the lack of one kind word There used to bo sung at one of the great pianos all through time country a song that has almost died out I wish somebody would start it again in our social circles There nutty not have been very exquisite art in the music but there was a grand and glor ious sentiment Kind words never tile never tile Cherished and blessed 1 0 that we might in our families and in our churches try the force of kind ness You can never drive men women or children into the kingdom of God A March northeaster will bring out moro honey suckles than fretful ness and scolding will ever bring out Christian grace 1 wish that in mill our religious work w J might be satur ated with the spirit of kindness Missing that we miss a great deal of usefulness There is no need of com ing out before men anti thundering to i them the law unless at the same time you preach to them the Gospel The world is dying for lack of kindness These young people want it just as j much as the old J he old people sometimes J seem to think they have a munopI oly of the rheumatisms and the ncu ralgias and the headaches timid the physical disorders of the world hilt I J tell you there are no worse heartaches than are felt by some of these young people Do you know that much of the work is done by the young Ita phacl died at 17 llichlieu at 11 Gus tars Adolphiis died at as Innocent IIIccane to his mightiest influence at 157 Cortex conquered Mexico at HO Don J loin won Lepanto at 25 Grotius was attorney general at J4 tutu 1 have no ticed among all classes of mien that some of the severest battles mind tho toughest work came be fore 30 Therefore we must have our sermons mindour exhorta tines in prayer meetings all smpaIthetic with time young Andso with these people further on in life WhlltI I do these doctors and layers and mer chants and mechanics care about the abstractions of religion What they want is help to bear the whimsicalities of patients the browbeating of legal opponents the unfairness of customers who have plenty of fault finding for every imperfection of handiwork but nu prnlse for JO excellencies What does that brain racj t KliW Jlj CTt man care for th ingles Anthro pology You mlJht a Vpl go to nItuna who has thujflcurisy all putt on his side n plaster mndo outof Dr lmtrrs treatise c Medical Juropru deuce 4 helplorI an apothecary store Wo see othe being waited onalwo do notcoplain because Vt3 Ho not immediate get the mcdcincUvo know our tui willcome after awhile And so whl nil parts or n seru I f u may not uo al proprlate to our oiS if we wait praj erfully before theSormon Is through we shall have the givinol prcscrlptloi ifInglogical stndetts Isayy to timer We want In I ur sermons n more metaphysic J nor mo it mughmation nor logic nor mo profundity SS 1 iLle tvaen our se coons anti Cluri lortations more sympathy ru Father Tayl praicTicd in tire Sjfllors Bethel at Bi ton the jacktanftfajt they had help f their duties amtho rntllnes n the forecastles hen lUcharll SYcat preached to thratives of Oldh Kngland all tin u rkingnignalttl bud more grace t the npfndles Whe enDrdprincesmen tutu woweniwho head him lftpreparation for r high stationtJ strnplostoryt 1Cdecumofthusbefore that stor lielghmm ono o UtrolenII pictures loverIscent of ChrisI Itisman can st 1Iltt Ifand look a-tlOthatDescent from me cross bens pictured t without laavin1usI itiaoanyo mastering pct w aono that stuns ter and stueecrs and haunts itVou f r I t 8t0e4Jtthatscent from the Cross IIlIe tvaa all kh W sorbeelln that scone ofn Savloura ferings when the janitor cam In fat31tt said It is time to close up this cMW idrnl for time night I wish you lii depart The pilgrim looking at that Descent from mina Cross turae around to the janitor and said l IIItedown 1 capturlime great behemoth of iniquity which 1 has v trampled all notions shall ba brokenif thaItho hammer 4 of time iconoolnst or by thin saor4of t the conqueror or by the plain simple S overwhelming force 01 the soft top I gue that breaketh the bone It Kindness We all need more of it in behgvfor I Lord was kindness A gentleman in i England died leaving his fortune bj 4 will to two sous The son that stayed at home destroyed the fathers will and pretended that the brother whowaj absent was dead and buried The 4 absent brother after awhile re t turned and claimed his part of the property Judges and jurors were to be bribed to say that the returned I brother and son was no son at all v but only an imposter The trial came on Sir Matthew little the pride of the English courtroom and for 10 years the pride of jurisprudence hearth that injustice was about to be practiced He put off his official robe lie put on the garb of a miller Ho went to the village where that trial was to take place He entered the courtroom lie somehow got empaneled as one of the jurors The briber came around and the man gave ten pieces of gold to the other jurors but ns this was only a poor miller the briber gave to him only five pieces of gold A verdict was brought in rejecting the right of this returned brother He was to have no share In the Inheritance Hold my lord said the miller Hold we are not all agreed on this verdict These other men have received ten pieces of gold in bribery and I have received only live Who are you Where do you conic front said the judge on the betel The response was I am front Westminster Hall my name is Matthew little lord chief justice of the kings bench Off of that place thou villian And so the injustice was balked and so the young man got his inheritance- It was till for another that Sir Mat thew little took off his robs anti put on the garb of a miller And so Christ took off his robe of royalty and put on the attire of our humanity and in that disguise He won our eternal portion Now mire we the sous of Got Joint jI heir We went ofT front home sure enough but we got back in time to receive our eternal inherltai ce And if i Christ was so kind to us surely we can afford to be kind to each other INTERESTING ITEMS TmitTYsKVKN thousand dollars has been appropriate for till removal of dead animals from the streets of Chi cago next year AT a lawn party at West Talon Beach Fla a girl ran into the shrubbery to avoid being kissed and was attacked by a panther Ix Australia horses and cattle are now being branded by electricity from storage batteries The temperature is uniform and the brand safe and artifr th AN intimate frScudjlTf William Wal dorf Astor denies tholpport that the American millionaire ali seeking theJ hand of Princess Yictiria or Wlllcs IT Is mot generally Aottn that the remains of all the czar taf Russia since Peter the Great lie inffnemorial chapel built on one of tho isle alts of the Neva Ml the cenotaphs a 1Icxactlyalike T i1a t r s i l health of a long wnlH r other excrete by simply increasint lie rate of breath lug one or two hoduring the tiny thus adding to tht10llnt of oxygen lungMlts deny anti eme- tional lady became excited over a camp mecting sort rut Old Orchard Me that she gave fi valuable watch to the evangelist ash offering to the Lord Later when Si I recovered romii the emotional strain f he desired the watch back because ssocintious con Heated with It olll1ge1st tad other managers of revival declined to give It up on til ound that a gUt once auntie to the L could not he toiturned Now she cameos to bring I suit against the rfvnlist on the ground that he ex ld hypnotic in r fluency over her in e to get bra jproperty a aYeIb v K raA V 4t1 N t r ti THE FARMING WORLD iiHOW TO SALT BUTTER t Mtttling le tho Easiest Thin TeTold l In tin World Icrlmps everyone who has ever made i Srbutter las been troubled with this at t f tame time The cause of the mottled t condition which Is frequently seen In butter Is U disputed one yet It is simple I jI enough after all As we nil know salt affects the color of butter All butter t lakes on n deeper hue whei it has been tilted a few hours Take a lot of butt ter from the churn in n truss salt it In streaks by cutting down through it with the Indie and scattering stilt free 1 ly where the ladle went let It stand half 18day before working anti you will eee a good illustration of mottled butter In ft few words the explanation is this Mottled butter iis caused by uneven dis tribution of salt nothing more or less To ovoid this the following plan is an excellent one and one which is followed by manyof our best butter makers today Leave the butter in gninuleswash with water cold enough to prevent ad hesion drain and salt while still In the churn then revolve the churn or tip from side to side until the butter globules mass somewhat anti the salt is evenly distributed By tipping the churn one way then the other the suIt may he very evenly sprinkled on or ri wooden fork of suitable size may be used to stir it up adding only a portion of the salt at a time The stilt melts or dissolves the moment it touches the grains of butter und each grain is instantly coated with brine Then when the butter hits drained a few minutes remove it to the worker press until moderately dry and pack away No further worldng is necessary and there will be no trace of streaks or a mottled condition to be found Salting in tle churn is sure to be a favorite method with those who try it The amount of butter can be very closely estimated as the amnint from a given cpiantity of cream does tint vary very materially from time to time Nor is it essential to weigh out the snit each time leasI ure out a pound of salt usually a full pint of salt will weigh a pound and it is more quickly measured than weighed each time Some adhere very tenacious ly to the old wayof twice working their butter but once is a great plenty If the salt is evenly distributed find the excess of moisture pressed out that is sufficient and it can as well be clone at cneoneration as at two Hoards Dairy man INCREASED MILK FLOWi I ICan It Inn Produced by AViitrrlinr COWH Liberally and Oftin Regarding time above subject there are records of carefullyconducted ex periments which seem to indicate that when cows are under natural conditions the quantity of uiilk produced by theta vuries more or less with the quantity of water taken hilt by no means with perfect regularity The most milk seems to fall on the days next titter drinking most water And the rec ords show that the quality of the milk does not vary as much as the quantity in such cases Frequent drinking by cows us where wattr is so provided that they may drink lit will also ap f zf TO STIMULATE THE MILK FLOW t pears to increase the milk flow even r when the quantity of water thus takenj Iis no greater than when offered land drunk once or twice a day I know of no records of forcing or inducing in I creased drinking by morns of salt hut I there are some in regard to the general effect of excessive quantities of salt towing injurious results I do not find anything among the authentic records which answers one way or the other the direct question whether the i percentage of water in mill can be in by inducing cows to drink an 11crenicdi quantity of water every lay K Alvord Chief Dairy Division Department of Agriculture in Amerl- II can Agriculturist t Sheep Keep Pastures Clean A few sheep on the farm are of dc kjlded assistance in maintaining clean i Pastures When cattle are kept on the r pasture they will not cat the weeds I Cad sonic of the coarser grasses us well r nless starved into eating them and isthat is a thing one does not care to do I is because cattle butit is an injury to the titwbn the pastures are eaten down ji pretty closely n flock of sheep is turned 1 to about the first thing to be attacked f w the steeds and coarse grasses that the lttle hays left and the work is done so thoroughly too that the field is grad wally cleared of this undesirable growth Mural World The root is the foundation on which a future success depends The tint of r Wer and perfection of fruit proceeds t litile root r COLD STORAGE HOUSE How to Hulld One mind How to UguUI TeuaporaturhThe 12lncbwillipostsaltsinchlumberlongandroommneulllendfitcloseThe side walls nre pnpercoyercd Joitsnroside anti the between IncoldshoultialsosameThe tesunstorageroom COLD STORAGE HOUSE The side sheds under usefulempty crates tools etc A 1wIllnd tipmiightselesudoorsau coldhiroom filled tightdoors wIndoas glass and have shutters over them On a welldrained sight the floor should lie helots the surface marl an efght inch suh air duct run out several rods with jiii adjustable ventilator in the ceiling A room like this thai will maintain an equable temperature daringilie ll- l l helllllcilcIcalled 11111 male frostproof is better than an icehouse It is the sudden and great changes in the temperature nights and days which is destructive to fruit leestored fruits held at low tempera tunes will not stand exposure long III market and time storage is much more eoilj I Ihave used this plan for ninny years and handled thousands of barrels I store in barrels timid repack when neces antyPorn Journal NEW COW DISEASE In Many liitttiuuTM It Completely Ittitns tint Milk riou From all quarters comes the coma plaint that a now disease is making Its appearance among the rows affecting their tents and udders and often com pletely ruining the milk flow of till cow The trouble is in the nature of garget but commences in an entirely different way A small sore like a blister commences at the very end of the teat and refuges to Iniil closing the channel and to get the milt it has to bo torn open ccieh time The disease work its way up inside the tent time inflamma tion getting more marked and nt last gaining admission to the udder the in tlammatory Etngcs are rapid ami all time troubles of II rend case of garget arc present with this disadvantage the How of mills does not return with the re duction of the fever in the milk glands All treatment scents to be of little avail and the cow is ruined While hot water and like treatment is valuable it is too lute to prevent the loss timid treatment must commence at the first appearance of the little blister Take an ounce of carbolic acid crystals and warm them to a liquid timid to this add an ounce of glycerin Mix this in ten ounces of lilt seed oil and then with a small glass syringe inject wune of it into the end of the tent at least three times a day first weighing and cleaning the tent ai well as emir bo done This disease seems to be another of germ origin and as the carbolic acid iis death to germs the trouble is arrested at the start In somas sections this disorder is very trouble some and in our own stable one of our best cows has lost two quarters of her udder despite our efforts to cure lice not knowing nt the start the character of the trouble or the remedy When a blister forms in the endof a cows teat dont delay but use the carbolic acid at once Practical Farmer Whut Trci Do for Mnn A tree is n great boon to man It is on educator Its beauty of form limb bud lent and fruit its never censing grace in motion its grateful shade its silent companionship its struggle from the tender plant io the mature and sturdy monarch of the forest these have an educating n re fining influence upon all who coma within their shadow Trees are con servators of the public health Ihny laboratories of naturemire the great Their leaves absorb the carbonic acid and give out the lOIIIIwnsnting oxygen They are tlbstau mostcoffeovee sanitary among them without absorbing their healthgivingtind inspiring influence r Uurul World bush with e If you find n raspberry reddish rust on the leaves dig it up and burn it If this is not done the trouble will spread and ruin your patch fr ECONOMIZE ON LIONS 0 Iron Abiders Had Carefully Felt the rub Ito ratse Going jo start in business her remarked a man of sallow skin and sleepy eyes to a brightlooking young fellow who sat beside hUll in a Cottage Grove avenue gripcar says the Chicago Post Yes I have decided not to go to college the prospective business man went on to say Whut would you advise mo to do Well you know I am in tho iron molding business We do all kinds of iron work make those jockey hitching posts and iron fencing castiron lions rightbutman to not to go into it Strike some thing ntnplc something the people have to have rain or shine hard times or good times then work it for all its worth Let me give you a tip my young friend on my business I hove found that the first thing that the pub lie begins to economize in when hard times comes Is castiron lions loot NOWH from South Dukota Time glorious results of this seasons harvest of gulden grain will notir a stream everyDallOtaaSouth Dakota has thousands or acres of choice fanning maid ranch laud lying east of tho Missouri river anil within one days ride from Chicago Milwaukee which coo now be bought reasonably cheap but which before time mad of another year may bo advanced In prlco Tho stock raising Industry In South Da kota is profitable amid eastern capital is now being invested in cattle aim sheep growing lu thatsntioD- lvurshtied fanning tho growing of live stock and tho products of lho unity are placing South Dakota foremost in time ranks of the successful western states Those desiring full Information on tho subject and particularly those who wish to seek a new homo or purchase land mar re quested to correspond with 11 J Powell General Immigration Agent 410 Old Colony Unililinjr Chicago III or II F Hunter Immigration Agent for South Dakota aid Dearborn St Chicago ill- OrTcmAsscoSicI fear your love U growing cold1 HeNot u lilt It malt serums cold In contrast with this weather Indianapolis Journal Pmt time past half dozen years Warners Safe Cure haM not been advertised In the weekly press tho city paper having been exclusively 1I 11 The Company iimmiCiic ttirhix tho old ami reliable kiilncy amid liver iiietlidne have however conns to the emu clusion that limo country paper is read more thoroughly than tho oily dully and better results can be obtained by returning to the weekly In this they arc correct and we hope our readers will prove it to them by loading tho new advertisement of time War tiers Safe Cure Co which will lo found In another salaam of this paper amid acting on the advice there found Os Till Hoor Jnwhhm Why do you applaud that rotn l logoIituig It if you would do tho same it would help you not to hour it Truth Im Iuto tu dlriiil There is a point beyond which medication annot go llofoio it is too tutu to mend unraons of a rheumatic tendency inherited or iirqnhod should use that benignant lc fonso ngulnst tho further progress of the mipertcniirious malady rheumatism The unmoor thin proven rescuer IIs Hostellers Ktonmli Hitters which it should also be recollected cures dyspcpflu liver com plaint lover and ague debility nod nervous ness A loon HIMISIJIIIIs Molko going Vth fnnenilf Hridget Indiilche isnt IIIAu plioyT Hrldget Shnro lie wuz at th wako hisht noight Truth FITS slopped free ant permanently runs No Ills tiller llrst diiyn use nr Dr Klines Groat Norvo lies orcr Free t3 trial bottle R treatise UuKiiNKlVKt Arch at Ilillu 1u fiepots kiss and irnko up She fyou kissed me Id Imvo to make up all over again sure unouighN1 Press I can PIsos Cure for Consumption IOll1ln may family and practice Du G 11 n- l aaox Inkster Mici Nov II ISM Incur nro a great many painters In this world but they are not unimibcred Balls Catarrh Cure Is tatter Internally PrlcoToc e 11 In not tho walking that makes n hill rolltUr tlrocltlhlsOIl Globe e Ir you cant piny on time uinno dont bo molest about saying so boast ulJOllt It AlchiHon hobo POVKUTV Is In want of much but avarice demands tho earth Texas Sifter Wnu MKANixu people got into a terrible lot of trouble e A tetra bookkeeper niiy bo n good bond keeper whan hu has a dunce Din you know Ioiiportnn IIs lending n double fire nowadays No You dont toll me Fact Only yesterday I saw him out walking with his twinsTruth COMB into tho garden Maud hilt Maud was much too wise Said sue UhlIo the corn has ears null tho potatoes eyes Indianapolis Journal Kvnitv woman Imagines that if silo hind a fortune left her lice friends would llnd that she had not changed hit Till hotelier offered lOll his hand this morning sold tho hired girl Indeed I Ycsin Ho tried to sell it to mo with ilia stciilc butt mudo him take It off tho scales Cincinnati Enquirer WIIENKVUH wo get a whiff of a tuberose wo can Imagine wo hoar the mourners cry log We hope no ono will bring tuberoses to our funeral tho odor novel did agree with us Atchison hobo IIrAs near as I can got at It tho gen aril Idcu of heaven serous to be u place where it Is always summer ShmoYes- and tho proportion of then to women will be about us it Is at most of tho summer resorts Am 1 rlghtl Indlanapolfs Journal Mn GiinnUovo you over been to Niagara rl1llsl Mr GnbbNoI Then you ought to go I took my wlfo to MO Niagara falls lust week It was tho first time she had seen that mighty cataract and she was struck speechless with admiration and surprise She was struck speechless did you says Yes Ill take my wife next weclc Pittsburgh Chronic Telegraph I For the KidneysLiver Liverand Urinary Organs V 7fHORO Is only one way by which Ii any disease can bo cured and that Is oy removing the cause what ever It may booTho treat medical authorities of the day declaro that near byderangrdrestore these therefore Is II only way by which health be secured Her Is where f Ya eutrec 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fe ia1L i1L ae + S The Wonderful Japanese Oil rrnQ TfIIDfi IrY tissiu dberrr+ t s ofIII- til rt1n s late Dr Swans Celebrated Liver SLKidnev Cure pAr urllgrtrltLir blu dIe4r fwr a1 di + aaal atili hnI i I 11 trMsatptH i i1mr atw b saj 1 j 4 i Dr StSIAs I Ca zr3 p a 4Got tr4 L rv1dat1J Olt jlf lrea f 1 1rj s ItsI i N n Spit For M 1ir1 j J1 trYx lafur 19nt tuhtiaa Iutls1 ram ht 1naAt Gttte- t fo1 Tcsati- naut 1 Iw rtz n u r 0 va ti x t 1 UTE STATE XCWI OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Tho Owouaboro talc will commcnco on Saturday The tollgates of Anderson county have all been destroyed with tho exception of fourFleming count Democrats will hold n primary to nominate county officers on December 5 lion Jo C S lllackburn of Wnodfor t county will speak at Paris Ky on Monday Octobers Typhoid foyer Is raging in BOTCH Kccliona of Lctchcr county canned by tho using of impure water P 0 Ammorman n prominent mci chant of Cynthlana has made an nil aignmcnt to M C Swlnford A law and order club is bringl formed at Lexington to operate ngalnsl poolrooms and other gambling houses Tho court of appeals has sot apart till day for tho hearing of tho arguments in Scolt Jacksons case for the murder of Veal Bryan Van Lewis tho pacing horse of Allis e Graves of Wood ford county broke Its left hind leg at tho Wordford county hair last Friday The damage to tho now Presbyterian church bulling nl Whitesbnrg which was wrecked by a wimUtorm will amount to about r nm- IM Boner colored who shot and killed Newton Lynch also lIOfllllit Luxing ton last July has been sentenced to the penitentiary for eight years Henry McAllister aged OR years win I found just below a steep bank at Wlllard near Jrayson IICy over which h ho doubt less had fallen mad died from the injurlc tuistaincd Onus Urns of Lexington have bought tho fast colt McUrathinna of Miltoi Young Tho cult has mado sumo excel1 lout time and brought a fancy price fur Mr Young Ocorgo Lewis colored a Newport bootblack was shut and instantly killed Jtohy Clary aid Joseph Austin both white of Cincinnati are under arrest charged with tho murder It in said Jimmy Ryan amid1oco Payne will moot In Lexington for a bout during tho flslic carnival which limn Navarre Athletic Club has arranged for Saturday night I1lmt iiilimollardlu County Independence has I Kiisponilml publicution mad tho plant has been sold to JJ W Stewart who it is said will soon start a Republican paper to to bo called tho II Kliiabethtowit Leader isath Greene aged SO and MrsI Mar garet Uualey ngad 77 both of lcwifdmrg woro inarriud It is the second venture for limn groom and the third for his blush IliclllfllllrWin Rupee charged with assault on Mrs Tillto Hlakomau nl Standford last week after an examining trialI wins held over to time circuit court bv ledgeJ Hates MM Ulakeman attempted to shoot lillII ton on tho way to jail but tho pistol which hail bef n bunded her by her lams band missed lire sail the woman was disarmed by time otllcers Hlakcman was arrostcd also A general light took place between members of the llardlu and Crouch faiullh8 at Williahurg Washington comity in which pistols knives ami rooks woro used an tho weapons Two of tho JlimUnt wero badly shot while two or three of tho other participant+ won seriously hurl by Iwlng struck with bowlders An old grudgo cxistod between tho two families At Frankfort last wool the state gninod n victory in its suit for 18000 against S A Norman and other contractors who hid for tho output of tho penitentiary in which Normaud Chair Co filed an1 answer pleading as n countor claim dam ages for 90000 for annulling of the contract by time commissioners The commonwealth alleged as it grounds for nnnulllng the Norman contract that the chair company attempted to pay in state warrants Iinstead of cash Imo chair company will go to tho court of appeals Lafayoltto Brooks convicted of tho murder of Otis McKlnzle at Weal Liberty Morgan county and who was sentenced to bo hanged at tho above place last Saturday IIs still numbered with tho living Ho was placed in tho jail nt Lexington some time ago to pre vent mob violence nod it was expected tlu flhoritt would call after hint on time but ho failed to materialize Petitions for commutations of tho aohtcnco were sent to Governor IJradloy but ho would not Interfere Ills case Is bonding before the court of appeals nt Frankfort t j Rr 4 800000000 000000000NEWS OOOOOOOOJ It itI said LI Hung Chang will build railroads when ho gets back to his nntlv landsTho epidemic of diphtheria at Reed rlllo n small villAge near Pomcroy 0 is still raging Time Japanese have hatched a scheme to capture tho Philspplno Islands from Spain while tho latter is engaged in war with Cuba Herbert F Plumpton n member of tho Massachusetts Republican state committee commitlcd suicide by shooting at Wollesloy Macs Tho packing house of Armour Co of Kansas City Mo received nn order from tho Japanese government for eighteen carloads of corn beef Richard Williams exChinese custom Inspector nt San Francisco convicted of extortion has bees sentenced to six years imprisonment nnd fined 10000 Jacob hippy of Mansfield 01brake man on a T W YIIl1tlO coal train missed his footing and was thrown under the train nnd crushed to dentin Some cowardly miscreant entered tin stable of lobo Davis of Aurora Ind aunt cut his horses tall on Tho animal wits nearly dead from loss of blood when found Chris Vollllr Abe tthe St Louis baseball manual recently wedded Miss Delia Wells Miss Annie Kasior sues Chris for 10000 damages fur breach of promise Tho magnifdcnl pacer loin IL Gen try broke tin worlds recordat Portland Me Friday morning last pacing n mile in harness nulya half second over two minutes Robert Hills a farmer living near Van Vert O became despondent over a crop failure and committed suicide by hanging himself to a bed post witli a suspender II II Iluniett of Klkhart county Ind has harvested tho secondI crop of peaches raised this season sad reports good prospects of ruining anther crop before tho winter weather sots in A horticultural wonder in tho shape Ofa pumpkin wine lias been raised by Harvey Hurnelt of Vienna Ind It measures 7ft feet in length and has on it iri full grown pumpkins time size of a half bushel Tho Cascade ILumber Mills Company of Murllngton la nod n large portion of till oompanyMumbor yards were burned entailing n loss of 10000 on mills nnd about 70000 on lumber Insurance in tho neighborhood 80000- Dr loin e Suck vi lie aged 8J once a skilled surgeon mind eminent physician was struck by a IH 0 tmillllt Well ington mad instantly killed Ho was n cousin of Lord Sackvillo West formerly English ambassador at Washington ID C and a brothmr in law of the Emtglisil poet Robert Carr Foster Mrs Kvalinc Worthing and her siett Mrs Will Worthing of Massac county III were washing nl time homo of their fattier Harvey Duvall prominent far user wliou they became1 involved in n 1111111Iri blow on the head with a broom liandlo Tho latter while bunding over the wanh tub fell goal Tho dead sister wane tin widow of the father of the assailants husband Francis Co111 n president of tho In dIauaH lis Cnbinonl Company who was convicted of complicity in tho wrecking of the Indianapolis National Hank nnd sentenced to eight years In tho peniten bury has relumed from Now York and HUrrondorodto tho Hnited Slates mar steal After his conviction his case wits appealed to the supromo court of the United States where the decision of tho lower court was ntllrmed Many ffriends intrusted themselves to secure a pardon from the president but ho has so far de1 clined to interfere Storo Houso For Ront I have a lirst chtsi brick store house inIhazelJohn M Rose huts closed oat sad quit tho goods business which leaves n line pcnlng for u first class store Call mid or address G 11 SWAXOO May 0 ISOfi Hazel Green IICy 1TANTIIS1V1itAL MKN for rcsnonsllile es nblNhcit liousw In Kentucky Salary I7SO payable lfi weekly anil expenses Ponlllon icrmnncnt Itcf rvncc Knclososeiraiblresa Jlullillngblca THE HERALD IJ1I Great lenlaI that tho Hflt lo have nn ntilillnu confidence In Hoods Sannpitrllta Great C stntoUwomen show that Hoods SarsaparlllA no tunlly docs possess P Illowerhlu0l1an which not only health but life Itsdt depends Tho great of hoods Harsaparllla I- nOUlslsCoo cnrlnit other warrants you In believing that a faithful use of Hood Hnrnaparllta will cure you If you suffer from any troulilo caused by Impuro hIOOIIII HoodsI Sarsaparilla iJthpnnnTriinniomirnrinrr AlldriiBKlil III tI rrepared only by t I Hood K Co Lowell Man envyHoodI CHRISTIAN CHURCH ASSOCIATIOM Annual Mooting ol Morgan Magoflin and Elliott Counties The mootingI was held with tit church nl Scloin Morgan county on tho 18th and tlOlh of September lint attendance was good from till hrginiilng mind con tinued so until the close old there were many visitors mull delegates present from I nil the counties in the annual liilllridII It Homcil that every one came because I Inturosted in tho work Tho order was us good as could be asked for lit reports from churches and evangelists were good in every particular except in point of nuancet Most of the brethren seem to think that tit church work may nil lie dune without any expenditure of money limit the outlook for the future is hotter in this respect Tho report of the evangelist for the district showed tllllilthe Kentucky Chris inn Missionary Convention hlltlIX pended more money by double in the district during tIll past year thou all the churchesIf church in those throe counties would do its utmost1 more than ono evangelist could bo kept in the field nil tho lime When will the do what they can 1 IIIl W Elliott time state secretary and linnncinl ngontof tho Christian churches wits present from Friday noon till Sun I day evening mind delighted nod edified all with leis masterly sermons lieI IhllIII made tho dutyof tins church toward I missionary work very clear and won I advocates for it His visit certainly did tin people much and lasting goodI IIlIli thin fruits from his stay hero will bo gathered after many days Imf II II Holly also pnmchod on Saturday afternoon Isis theme way TheI True Nature of Service lhllli too was a sermon highly xpprcoiatod by nil who wore prctcnt IIf our service NIi more in accordance with I h1II1111111r given in this sermon it would bo more acceptable with Coalamid far more fruitful IKlder llnyos of MagolVm gave an intcrcitiiiK talk on the support of time ministry and gave tho true reason for young men nut staying in tho mountains UN pwichors Isis words should bo heeded byallTho next annual meeting will ho hold with tho church at llolhol in Morgan county A VISITOII Wallace McGuire As An Orator W W McCJuiro of West Liberty spoke to a mixedi assembly hero on Wed nonday IIlls speech was devoted chiefly to setting up men of straw and knocking thorn down again Without reading a wore of tho Democratic platform ho contended that it denounced time courts Particularly the United Status court was In every wiy IInllenHlcratilI I revolutionary otc 110 tion either Palmer wr lluckncr or tho Indianapolis platform Ho attempted to draw an invidious comparison between tho IlegalI abilities of Senator Lindsay and Senator itlackhurn attempted to ridicule Mrllryau lint his followers but ollbrodl not a word of consolation to tho people who are guttering from tho present depressed conditions f McOuires speech was like a description of n play once presented in Clay City so Bxccodingly poor that It was funny Clay City Chronicle Congressman J W lialloy the great Democratic leader and orator of Texas trill tour tho State of Kentucky and speak for Bryan and Sownll Till UKiiAU only l per year Ji WinOnOstOI Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITIIERSPOON President B D HUNTEB Cashier Plaid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank nolioltn lime accounts of were chnnti farmers trailer anti huilnni men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky anti and others its customers every facility the most liberal terms within the limits of legitlninte liunklnj ocllSlr TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY OAiiTAi 200000 I Suurius 30000 n J 1L niOSTAFF1 President 0 L KIRKIArltIPK1iee President W W THOMSON Cashier o- We renpoctfnlly solicit the business of mcr chants larmurs trailers lull lnasiuess men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking businiss done live IIHI chanee to semi you a bank bosh nay your chocks nod loan yon money when In need W W THOMPSON disinter- D1NC1KKLDKR I WI- THjfnRoisoyofioncoJ Importers mind Jobbers ot DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nun 637 Ml mind 511West Main Street LOUISVILLK KY TABLERSPID I OINTMENT IJ CURES NOTHING BUT PILES I IA SURE nnd CERTAIN CURS 3known for ID yoars no tho ii BEST REMEDY for PILES 1 Horn nv AM jur isTHt- titidtrWCnAWKW MED CO CTWOM OverProfit Paying Stop it IOctour Great Catalogue tine Buy lulile Well send it for ij rostageIdescriptions everything thats used in life tells you what you ought tc pay whether you buy of ua or not 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