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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a C JII t I y r h- kN w JjIIi HE tI EL GREEN HERALD AiSO i M w 0 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story or Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell H 11 mxiTL IMCE R COOPER Owner and Editor a 1 Of ka Ni7 World With News frvm AU Nation IumbTi at HU Back Nill a ChM A YEAR Always In AlIvanI I r yRLFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY 84ron and Eastern Railway IIiII WEST Table EffectApr1111896 BOUND 5jI1OA88untjayfkgton10 00 nm 4 35 pm 9 31 am 3 55 paip1 cheater 9 10 am 2 25 rem 8 Mum 2 00 Irem Hein Fldi 8 37 am 1 10 pm City 8 19 am 11 40 am- a 8 10 am 11 20 am 7 55 am 10 48 am deei 7 43 am 10 17 am Bridge 7 38 am 10 07 am tot 724 am 9 35 am tyve Jc 7 03 Im 8 25 am jFki C 6 53 am 8 00 am j 0 32 am 7 18 am ittw 6 08 am 6 30 am wn 6 00 am 6 10 am 4 EAST BOUND INo6 JTIONS nail2 Daily ex Sunday LUloatoo 2 20 pm G 30 am- Mon 2 47 pm 7 08 am amtiklierttlJao FJds 3 37 pm 9 24 am CkI City 3 55 pm 11 45 am 811atoo 4 05 pin 12 10 pm rRsoo 4 18 pm 12 41 pm Dtadee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm NitBrldge 4 37 pm 1 26 pm tIfeot 4 51 pm 2 00 pm letU1e Jc jlfi pm 3 05 pm reeFls l 5 26 pm 3 21 pm Athol 5 43 pm 4 12 pm Ilkatawa 0 12 pm 5 05 pm lteksoll 6 20 pm 5 20 pm NOI I anti 2 arrive and depart from t I Union depnt at Lexington All freif dm arrive and depart from Netherlaml JD LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent t FORIW CAI+ BtJYER UNTIIJ NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 300 800 000 1000 700 2000 1500 1 f II 10000 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGSp i 750 and upward GOOD VALUES1 r rAT1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at OOc and upward ine Clocks at 350 and upwardy andlrJ r Plated Ware suitable for W d t ding Gifts at proportionately k low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near Pr 0 LEXINGTON KY OIT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QU- ALITYWORMS 1 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEI FOR 20 YEARS RomodlosEVERY BOLD nx ALL DRUGGISTS Jtnunngos xtmTrixB c5 ST tons J1 1TIBEE M D physicil UaDd Surgeon HdZEtGREEN KY Y W Sur2ery and obstetrics specialty lit W T COLVIN f WITH RIMBLE BROTHERS W esOrooeEs- II iI uf4ING KY wry k THElQNG WINTf EVfNING5 A adlfJtjRfI INfoPlfff ffQIA Horse Sense The country doctor is expected to go whenever called rain or shine heat or cold night or day sometimes perhaps leisurely but ofjcn ns quickly as possible says Youths Companion Through all this his hurtle mlI himself an constant companions and share together the joys and sorrows of the road It is not strange therefore that an attachment of more i han ordiimry intensity often springs up h tween them during which the man notes the almost human qualities of the horseWhile quite a boy I knew a horse of such Irumor Rut intelligence that he gays me 11 high opinion of horses in general Somehow the tricks ofold Ball led me to consider horses as almost of kin to human beings and I have al ways tallld to them and treated them accordingly Ball a fine animal belong ing to my uncle who lived on a farm adjoining ours was a sorrell horse of good size and especially fine head with hoary neck and shoulders He had done a great deal of farm work in his time but was now too old for anything but occasional light service j so he usually had the nmge of a pasture in front of the Rouge that reachel up to the yard fence Thiro were cattle and sheep in the same pasture Ball was noted for his clever and cun ning tricks such as opening gates and doors pulling down bars and tho like but no one suspected him of playing practical jokes on sheep when one after another was found on the wrong side of the fence It was by his antics and evi dent delight whenever a sheep was so found that he attracted attention A watch was instituted and soon when Ball thought no one saw him he slyly picked up a sheep by the wool with his teeth and dropped it over tho fence Then going away some distance hO anxiously waited evidently watching for some one to come out of the house As soon as he saw that tho sheep was discovered he gave a snort and began to run and kick up his heels with delight Sometimes he would steal articles and I hide them evidently just for the fun of the thing One day a heavy maul such as is used for splitting rails and wood was left so near the fence that he could reach it When he supposed that no one saw him he took the maul upwith his teeth carried it to the further side of the field carefully hid it behind the and then watched the stump of a tree result This time he had been seen car ryiug the maul away so the men made great ado pretending to be hunting for it looking for it in fence corners apd behind stumps whilo Ball was running snorting and kicking up his heels with I unbonuded delight Whenever they approached the maul he tried to attract I their attention to some other point While I have been engaged in the medicine horses have bad practice of my no opportunity to perform tricks like these but many times I have seen exhi and humor no bitiona of intelligence One cold boisterous day markedless I horse John was driven up to a post inII front of It desolate looking farm I home Hhoui fourteen miles from Therorr of kind t- bresk oanyobjectwas not s tree or I the cold raw wind so I covered h- ti cI L- jJ= John with his blanket and on top of this threw a buffalo robe tucking it I well under the harness test the wind should blow it off But in my care with 1 the blanket and robe I forgot to fasten J John to the post After I had been inside 1 a few minutes the lady of the house looking through the window cried out I IIII John and the buggy making good time homewardalready beyond the reach of my voice Pretty soon however John I turned from the road made a large cir cult more than a hundred yards in dl ameter over the smooth prairie and came buck to the post again where be shook his head often and pranced about to show how intensely he enjoyed the joke To me he saidas plainly as a horse could say it Now didnt I fool you nicely 4 You thought I was going back without you Why I was only playing a practical joke to show how careless you were not to tie my halter Of course I would out have left you out here atone I have known ninny horses that 11l u ed a good degree of humor n w II ns intelligence but for Loud CliO I think Frank was a little superior to ant 11 Ho was seven years old when I uidcd for him and had a bad rrputui running away but bo wa n t H horse held his head welt ii 1hcl was a i high stepper Moreover IIP IorlI u tclligcnt look and I liked him 1in inquiry I found that bin first runaway was not much to hit discredit A drunken driver had forced him to cros a ilcfc ety culvert and allowed him to run IheI wheels off the planks at urn end and upi set the buggy at which II lircnnu frightened and ran away After thin hIwas easily frightened by any unusual noise anti confusion behind him I at once began the training of my new horse by trying to convince him of two things First that I was bin friend andwould not forsake him on any nc count second that I was fully c impo tent to care for and protect him How well I succeeded may be guessed when I tell you that I drove him almost everyday for seven years and never hind a run away Sometimes he would bo startled but a gentle word and a firm steady rein would always reassure him so that no trouble occurred His experience land taught him to be very cautious about culverts If one ef these seemed to be the least out of repair he would stop and no amount of coaxing and pushing could induce him to pass over until I hail got out and carefully examined it Then after I had told him all was right no matter how rickety the culvert was ho would quietly pass over When he first came into my possession he had the habit of frequently throwing his head up and as hh bridle was somewhat loose the brow band would some times lodge under the car Whenever this happened I would stop him get out of tho buggy and replace it He soon learned to throw the band up whenever he would like to stop and be petted a little I might have prevented this at once by making the bridle fit better but it occurred to me that with this beginning I might soon teach him to stop when anything else got wrong And this I did so that tho least disarrange ment of tho harness would cause him to atop and wait to have it fixed Sometime however he would stop when the trouble was not in my opinion sufficient to warrant so cautious a procedure One day as I was driving along at a slow trot over a smooth lonesome road I dropped the reins over the buggy apron and was becoming quite interested in the reading of a newspaper when Frank suddenly stopped I looked all around andover him but could see nothing wrong so I said with emphasis Get up Frank I It But he stood still and kept throwing his head up and down As I sat there with the paper in my hand I looked again and especially to the bri die t ut saw nothing wrong I now without taking up the reins took the whip from its socket and giving him a sharp cut repeated my command to goII punlsbmentI deepIthought J until the wheel on that side touched thje buggy Then again ho stood stock ItlllII only throwing his head as before I now took up the reins and pulled with the left hand to bring him back into the road when to my astonishment found that tho rein on that side which had unllnapIn never squeals unless he is excited I never heard Frank squeal before but ho now not only squealed but shook his head pawed the ground and manifested his delight by every means that ho could command AH we afterward moved along homeward several times as the thought would coma to his mind afresh he shook his head and squealed for joy When such evidences of thought and and purpose euch humor and intelli grace are seen in horses tho lino of de nuirkaliun between animal instinct and human reason becomes almost obliter ated Frank had decided that by turn INK to the right tho left rein would have to be pulled to get him back into the r md and that I should then discover h rein to bo unfastened He certainly li ilI r aeonedand reasoned intricately WANTEDSEVEUAL FAITHFUL MEN or responsible r iiiliiiHlivil IIOURU In Kentucky Salary ti aiivnlli 15 weekly and expenses Position iimiKnt Reference Enclose selfmtdrew I Bulldiugliii I I Didnt Like Kentucky A n old gray horse so bony that ho totild hardly cast a shadow performed a marvelous feat the other afternoon that was witnessed by several people The horse belongs to a man named liar niy at Springville Ho bought it of Branch a few weeks ago The animal immediately took sick on bring taken to Kentucky Mrs Barney shrove it over here a time or two and just as soon as the horse would get on this side ol the river he would get so frisky and coltish tlC was almost unmanageable It was the hardest kind of work to get him on on the ferryboat to back to Kentucky Over there the horse- o was not fit for tiny thing Barney came over to see Branch about trading the horse back to him As they were standing on the street talking about the trade tho old horse came running down the bank on the Kentucky side of the river and plunging into tho water struck out for tho Ohio shore lIe head ed direct for Branchs place of business Everybody who saw the horse start to swIm tho river thought lure he would drown but ho didnt Tho ray ho shoved his nose through the water was astonishing In less time than you could row a skiff across the river the horse had reached tho Ohio shore Ho swam out near tho foot of Madison street and came up the bank on a canter and stoppedat Brunchs Barney made his trade Portsmouth 0 Times- Tkankzptving Services On Thanksgiving morning at ten oclock there will be a thanksgiving service of prayer and song at tho Christian church All tho members of the different churches are asked to bo present and participate Let everybody at tend this service and spend an hour in holy thanksgiving and praise to God for His manifold blessings and mercies dur lag the past year and invoko Ills constant care and keeping through the year to come Surely all are thankful for something and attribute all blessings to Him who is the source of all things Do not forget the hour or the place 10 oclock Thanksgiving morning at the Christian church Rev L E Mann pastor of the M E church requests the members of his congregation to join in tbo above service and mako it one of general thanksgiving for all denominations Would it be asking too much that all tbo stores and places of business be closed from 10 until 11 oclock Let this be done The outlay in running this paper is far beyond what many think and it takes cash to pay printers buy paper pay pos tage and buy ink Band in that dollar you owo and you will help tho cause Dont try to beat life printer out of his just dues r Y 40 r n f t r ITCVI XOQOETI The Bolivia chamber of deputies bu recognized the Cubans as belligerents A high car step no platform and aa injured knee are the basis of a fS000 damage suit instituted at Urbana Ohio against tbo Dig Four company by Emma CaldwellA at Chicago started out to kill Mayor Swift after which be intended to go to Canton Ohio and deal out death to McKinley Ho was captured and locked up Tho members of tho Bryan free silver club of Urbana Ohio have decided to make tho club a permanent organization and keep up the silver agitation for the next four years Linens Smith a prosperous and prom inept farmer living near Murfrccsboro Tenn attempted suicide last week because ho feared starvation under the single goldstandard Two masked men entered tho Chicago and Great Western railway depot at Maywood III a suburb of Chicago armed with revolvers and after securing 10 miulc their escape Qomtz tho Cuban general is said to expect that he will eat his Christmas dinner in Havana If ho tines it isnt probable that General Wcylcr will bo either his host or his guest Two thieves entered n jewelers office in the Masonic temple nt Chicago buck ed and gagged him and his clerk secured 1000 worth of jewels and 100 in money andescaped Over 2000 people were In the building nt the time The board of aldermen of New York city has under consideration an ordl i nnnco regarding a curfew bell It pro vide that all children under 1G years of age shall be indoors after 8 oclock In winter and 9 oclock in summer Two young men at St John Mich soaked a lot of wheat in alcohol and strewed it around the court house grounds Then they gathered in bags upward of 400 inebriated sparrows and gathered the bounty on them also At Cincinnati Ohio tho salvation army has come out in a now role Army recruit will patrol the city at all hours and whenever a drunken person is found he will be taken to tho barracks and kept there until sober when ho will be dismissed with a lecture on the evils of strong drink The biggest cattle trade made in weat Texas for some time was consummated last week by disposing of the ranch arid all the cattle belonging to tho estate of the late Dr J B Taylor for the sun of 00000 There aro supposed to bo 5200 head of cattle and they averaged in price 10 a bead A farmer in Ohio has his house lighted and heated with electricity Tho elec tric plant is a small one cost 1000 and the elccticity is generated by a windmill The windmill revolves tho power is stored up and after tho creation of tbo plant there is no expense so clean easy and neat And this is a peep into the farms of the future The gold brick swindle was succctB fully worked at Duquoin III a few days ago John A Bolin at one time a representative in the state legislature purchased two bricks from an Indian just from tho western gold field paying him 1500 A well dressed stranger claiming to be nn assayer pronouncedathem genuine gold charging t3 for the information Tho assayer and Indian have disappeared Aa Offer to Bryan Charles D Lane the millionaire gold mine owner who spent 100000 in the silver campaign in California and paid n the expenses of the coast delegates to the silver convention will if William J Bryan decides to carry on a campaign J of education In the interests of silver see that only are his traveling expensedk a paid but that his family Is provided for while the excandidate is Umplogt1MI country Mr Lane has made so pfbc to Mr Bryan but will stand bykale des laration k e I- tr t J i Ire x r 11ww r Jwyw T + s vriJI l 4 l TE T 4ti U sPE CER OCOPEIt iatw lsz HAZEL OnliH t s SB- M ENGINEERS STORY i i 1 nxY W1U1 EJ were in thespian HaltbgcthcrWII i EOnd 1IA tlt I sillof backing goofy In the mountainx and he had tLena hurt In a collision1 in tile Trinidad yards Tie vas thee traiclitig engineer of the rood and while he was asleep ill Col1Uekcrs special n stnndurd gauge x cngluejjatl rushed into the carand WIN mson had his right leg broken above the i knee Dr Connor the chief surgeon Lad rigged u pulley at the foot of Wit OIIH bed and was pulling his leg A piece olIel cord was fastened to the jMiticnts loot passed over tin pulley and loaded down uith us many weights ntf flie house surgeon considered ncecs itary Wilton WUH SU ycnr old andI the process of knitting the bone to ptithcr was extremely painful tgrew t o serious that at one time we were alarmed TIle sutYerer was thrown into a fever nUll talked out of his headIt Away In the night when the nurse nodded against the wall Wilnon de lirious told me some wonderful tales My fricudH attendant IIK an halloo who scvmed to rejoice IIn the moans of tho inmates of the institution Some IJmne when the place nag still and he thought 1 wns n lcep he would hang m extra weight on Wilsons string sufd then when the patients moans had tint the mifia to sleep 1 would steal whentithought Boriouhly on what 1 did for the more weight the patient bore the longer his leg would be and it was a full half an Inuh short when he was able to walk but It warn hard for me to see him nuffcr M tumid to hear him moan Frank1 said I one day uu hen he was able to Hit up in led you used to tell the lest Indian stories when the fever was high that I ever heard When I had retold sonic of them to lihn he took nIT liln glasses nnd declared that what he hail said in his delirium was wholly true He had been the en gineer on the construction train whichI luid the truck of the Kansas PwiflcII hove often run 50 miles without he ing out of the sight of buffalo said he 1 have seen a single band that trade utt procesxlon ho long that you could eeIneither the head nor the tail of the henII They Were interesting but not so much I wo ax the Indians were I remember one morning our conductor took a 11110I nod went out to shoot a bulTalo IlUtj breakfastl Our camp wan in n little j valley along one side of which Ian u high ohalllhlult We had seen no Indians for nearly n wtek and KO were gettingI careless The conduelor was tllJldllKII n Iluftd hugging the blulVs when he wm mirprhied by n hand of Indians who he- gnu to shower in rows at him from the top of thu wall lie snort have seen that thoy1 could not descendI HO Ntcep I ell IT I biit Instead xif retreating across tin I ojmn vnle out of the reach of their ILl I rows Besought refuge under thu bluff I Here fur a timelio was seen re A line I dI It 1 t t1tE0IN TO POUll LJ2AD INTO TllEil f redskins stood upon tjio wall rcudy j tb UU lids back full of arrows the mo local ho started to fly while others with clubs tomahawks nnd rocks bc jrau time work of crumbling the Khclf liko wall away In outer to reach their victim For nearly an hour the wild yells of the bloodthirsty hair lifters Silted his ears and froze ills blood At is flriit tho falling debris dropped sonic feet In front of him but as the Indians by constant stamping and beating wore tho projecting shelf away the broken rock began to pile high in front g of him mind rolling ubout his feet threatened to bury tutor alive Now them villains hanging over the wall bean to tend arrows at him limo cloud t1ofJirt made it impossible for the conducj or to use his rUle when the Indians rjwked their painted faces over the wall dischargeIs1 4heaom that he was till alive and fight 4afH Altuoat before Uo was uware of t c 4tI It lle fogtd linsy1 a Tk bits of stick End piled up ubout his fee WULheJfopnd it rmpossiblefio move There was nothing new to hope for as he knew well that his tormentorsI would never give orcr the fight until IIiWitS cither killed by an orfcw or burled alive What the Poor fellow thought or how he fcltjn the faqeof this crisis wo may not know MWhcminhourhod gone by and he dId not return a party went to look for imln a little while we came within RightI of the band of murderers on the eont doctor was besieged Spurring pur horses to a dead run we charged the blind and when within rifle range began to pour the lead into them For n time they withstood the storm bravely but never nn arrow was aimed at us An Indian would hang over the wall two or three of leis companions holding on to his feet and send a poisoned nr row after the conductor Sonic of them were wounded or killed by our bullets but that seemed to make them the more determined to kill the prisoner We were by no means anxious to ap proach within reach of their arrow but the problem of resetting the con ductor was now iMeoming u serious one Kuii now In 1IIht be dead for we could neither nee nor hear hlmllu great was the din and the dust Finding it impossible to drive the red devils away from their murderous work our com mander ordered ItS to charge and gal loping up to Within 100 yards of the bluff we halted and taking deliberate alum let flya shower of lead that tent a r VITH THK CHALK FKOM TUB ULUIW tILED APOUND HIM half dozen Indians to the earth At that moment an Indian who had just dis charged an arrow at the imprisoned conductor leaped to his feet and gave an exultant yell InstantlyI the whole band taking up the cry disappeared behind the edge of the clitV Leaving n majori tyot our force on guard the captain and I nppronehed toward the point it which the Indians had been aiming their arrow So dense was the cloud o1 dust that hung about the hill in the still morning air that we were nimble faro to locate the unfortunate onus To nit our culls he made no reply foul we knuw tint hi was beyond human old When w o finally found him he wan still standing upright with the chalk from theI 11 uiT piled above his outfit A number of arrows were sticking in his nrniM and shoulders OnlyI one sump end loll Mtqod above bin coat U hurl entered just behind his collar bone near the left side of his neck and puss injf downward the point Of It had pierced hit heart Ills humid hung upon Ills brciiht while his helpless hands itsteel upon thu rocks that had been Heaped around hint It would be as fur possible for me to describe time ex prtbsion on the dead mans face as it hits been for me to forget it It was a sight to take out of a white mans heart any whitofChristiauKympathy lit may have harbored there for Isis ted brother was hard to look upon tliifrc hut when we had carried the punt fellows body bade to his home and byre it Ito the door of a little white cottage to the furySpot upon which he hind kissed his wife tumid baby goodby Only a few Buys before It WUH Tinnier still When ills gray haired mother bent her stilt knees beside the dead man when his wile wept over his cotlin and Ins blueeyed bubo stood staring at thu cold white nice unable to understand there crept into uiy heart a feeling of bitter hatred for those red devils which Urn afraid 1 shall never be able to overcome and the sick mun sighed and turned away his tics to hide whatever he had in his eyes Atlanta COlIstltutlonIJi At the Street rchcJThclrofesxor You are now gazing that wonderful SatKOfPi on planet tire The Seeker After Science And whutI that tmiooth brood halt running aUI round it- Rising IIto the occasion Hem Tliut sorr is the truck of the Saturn Bicycle club Philadelphia JchIraph IolltlcivUy IutISo you and my daughter have conc eluded to get engaged have JulIl sn hIIime happy parent ait he shook his lrolIpective soninlaw by the hand J Yes said the airy young politician roe and Mary have concluded to fuse Cleveland IMnln Deolcr Tim primrose Is nothing but the prime rose no allusion to the early flowering of too rJant ID springJJ s iJ t I ONyyGUe DravatUiqjwnt DUlui IIost people koow tongue only In Its smoked state or potted in true British fashion Bat It is worth while to make its acquaintance while it Jsfrcah A oodsizcd fresh tongue will cost about 60 cents Have It well trimmed about the root and well washed and wiped Put it into a kettle of boiling veal stock Ifwiir be tasteless If cooked in clear water and with it put half a carrot cut Into dice an union peeled and sliced half a dozen whole cloves and the same of whole pepert half a bay leaf n stick of celery and two sprays bf parsley Let the tonguo slupuerslowl in the stock for two hours at the cud of this time drain it The stock may be used for a Julienne soup Skin the tongue as soon ns you take it up The success of this dish depends n good deal upon the garnishing anfi the aucc with which it is served It la excellent served with macaroni and a tomato sauce or with a piquant sauce rind cucumber pickles It may also be served on n bed of spinach which has been properly boiled anti chilled then chopped fine and browned with a table Fpoonful of butter and a gill of gravy A delightful French method of serving a tongue Is with chicken quenelles and mushrooms anti another delicious method is that called risotto by the Italians with hot rice cooked in stock a la Milanaisc with a seasoning of mushrooms and n little grated cheese To serve with risotto prepare the rice while the tongue is boiling Fry a small onion which has been finely minced in two tablespoonfuls of but ter then multi slowly a quart of white stock three minced mushrooms and a eup of well waslmed rice When the rice has boiled slowly for a quarter of un hour add six minced mushrooms end another quart of stock Season the rice with an even teaspoonful of snit and a saltspoonful of white pepper and let it cook n quarter of an hour longer Add about three tablespoon huts of grated Parmesan cheese Have the rice on a platter with the tongue in the center and pass around grated cheeseFor tongue with chicken quenelles prepare the quenelles while it is hailing A quenelle is a force meat ball which is jKiaehed in stock or water anti used by itself as an entree or as a gar nish for a dish of meat or a soup Thicken quenelles lire mantle of the heart of the chicken Though other portions may be used they do not snake so nice n looking dish round fine the row heart of one chicken after first chopping the meat add half a set of calfs brains which have been well washed and boiled 20 minutes in salted water Pound all together nod rub through a sieve season with a teaspoonful of salt n little pepper and nut lI1egIif you wish Cook two tablespoon fuls of bread crumbs in half n gill of cream for a few moments till they are soft Mix them with the rest of the lore neat mudding a tablespoonful of huller add also two tahlcspoonfuls of thick jellied veal stock mind the yolks and whItof two eggs Mnko force meat into a mass then set it aside to cool When it is cold shape it in oblong hnll1 with two spoons dipped in bailing wntcr Heap it in one hot spoon and pros the other over It turning from one In the other until it Is evenly shaped When nil the quenelles art ready put them gently one by one into boiling hot stock whichis merely throwing up little bubbles at the sides The stock trust be Hiilllcicnt to cover the force meat balls Cover cool let them rook for about ten minutes If the water boils violently the n IIwill be cooked to pieces Serve theme around the tongue with n mushroom sauce If you wish it for n luncheon dish emit the tongue in thin slices and alternate four of these sjieos with a chicken que Melle Serve with rich nllomandc sauce This is made by molting two teaspoon hits of mutter in n saucepan anti mixing In three teaspoonfuls of flour mid slowly n pint of hot white stock Let the mixture sunnier slowly for a quar ter of nn hour Then pent the yolks of three eggs mad pour n little of the hot mixture over theta Add finally time remainder of the sauce stirring nil the time Squeeze in the juice of unit n lemon nnd add n heaping teaspoonful of butter It innkcs n delicious dish Boston Herald Thu Ring of tho Anvil An experienced blncksmith Is very cranky about the sort of anvil he uses The wroughtiroii anvil1 gives n ring lug sound under the stroke of the ham tutor und this by tradition is thought to indicate the right quality Aohl rn vii sometimes brings a high price in the market on account of its ring A mnn lorlty of the hest anvils are made by rne linn inIIrooklyn N Y There are liiahy ncw ideas in anvils but after trying them time good smith goes back to the hanil tnatle wroughtiron anvil and is satified to use It ns long as he swings n hammer N Y Lodger lIucrlhcc to measure ourselves by others So far as duty is concerned nothing could be dangerous We lock the data for absolutely correct estimate of otherK Possibly we nutty correctly judge limit what others do or neglect to do at least apart from relations to us really does duty1Ybatt to do These are the vital and pertinent questions for each individual De trait Free Prfsa i gr C I STORIES OFNANSENS1 i EWS t t r a larIan Tonf Familiar jVhontlig frjimWa Frozen In As Is only natural all the people Tromso take the liveliest interest in the Nnnseu expedition more especially us three teen Of the ships complement tz Pilot Jakobsen and two sailors lle long to this port So any of the Fram s men who Inppen to Tx about 5salways surrounded by a knot of eager listener- to whom he has to recount his adve turesoften illustrating his meaning by n rough sketch with apiece of chalk I a pincil inq niei atC all goQdnatnr 1 fellows rindseem willing enoukhvto talk and JuutlIstlie l cltng dlscUtljln UHtQ tvhc1Imettbe scam should ban entered the fee ijoith or south of tncu Sew Siberian islands and BO forth Here are sonic of tho yarns which have t delighted the Tromso people In the perpetual darkness of winter in the desolate polar regions we could hardly see our hands before our faces One night when the ships con pang were snug below we suddenly heard the dogs harking most furiously It was the ships carpenter Mogstads watch so we went up on deck to set if anything unusual was going on b as we could see nothing we went down below again concluding that the dogs were just burking for the sake of baring as is their wont Ilowever th noise was repented at literals so w went up on reels ngain and taking lantern saw that several of the animal- hind disappeared nnd that some others were qverboard on the ice Mogsta called out for fionriksen nod thejr boot let themselves down on theice from tlm deck of time ship which at the tin wns high above the ice surface Th walked off n little distance from th ship to see if they could flail tsar track- 1s they were searching about with no more formidable weapon titan small banter between them All at once a polar bear sprang up before them Then there was a race between the three the two men nnd the hearto tho ship Mogstad a bit more llghtfooted1 than his mate reached the Fram first but fell down twice on the ice as ho wns climbing tip her side At the see I and full he could not help muttering t himself Now the bears got you my friend lint despair stenciled his nerves and lie managed to hoist himself safely I up IxMtind the ships bulwarks He had hardly pot on hoard however uvhc he heard his comrade call out and saw that the bear had got hold of him andI had bitten him But Henriksen who Is a big powerful resolute fellow dealt his nvsnilant such a blow on the heat with the lighted lantern he was carry hag that the brute half stunned nndp half soared let go its prey and lien I rikson seized the opportunity to skip up the Frams side The bear re rented itself by seizing one of the dogs On n loser investigation being millie ii wax found that the bear hud paid 1 two visits to the ship during the night creeping in through an open port hole and had carried tilT a dog each time Ono playwhen Nausea amid 1 lohanson had to pass along a somewhat narrow path they were suddenly attacked by uhoar lolrinseii who is n maiiuf poor I dinnry strength caught hold of the en rmyVi throat with a grip of iron and meld him at arms length tl1llIJHllI turns able to got his rille and limy the I hear low i IIiI j j wenltlteetn to cast MJIIIU discredit on tilt hitherto prevalent theory that if a j nifnViontly high latitude could he lItIItallied ono would come to dry land and open water Incauso birds are to hitvon flying toward the extreme north This northerly Might of till birds is now believed to JI caused by their hating lost their way on being blown out if their course One day nt 82 degrees atitudo a soul wns perceived from on board the Fram with a flounder In Its n mouth On the approach of the vessel to the seal wont up awny over the leitl1 flounder was also observed nbout Iissmiles from Item island The depth ofimime water in tilt extreme north nlson ooms to indicate that there can be no to 41degrees1310 to 10 fathoms 2400 to 2SOO motors and farther north the leaelt reached even greater depths as much as slSfl fathoms 4000 meters it Iis said Cor London Standard SlKUlllcant Misprint I It is l ofrnrlclsltIcorrespondentIhatex eedinglyI curious misprint that occurs on the leaf 7theof till resent sultan Hy a trivial misplace meat of dots below n word instead of stye j above It the haverunthe twcn Beth anniversary of the toTimeIlnmidIIchargedwithtillII1qssucrls preyIn the calendar Is entry J ofnoticeI so too parently for mull mudenthe printertiuse eulendars being all 0thtbookbinder I I eftIlelon the tptandI tcetrulyagreedof a Day e hrop ecyeD griefdon WorldO An tF PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL llabc IInrris ofUug1idal f ythelieofant 17 squirrels and neterflred his gUn 123 times He sold the squirrels foriej centlicach wbich brought hlti11i 1170 While the lateEupch 1rattgllyk hambthe habit of walking between his hoh ana his rank and when some upsfdt1 that he 3 fiJtjccntsi j WIUhttoI cents Sarong the veteran photograph of New York whose name is almost w thist+ prostrntedhlrthea wonderful memory for feces sad llr is said he will remember a sitter yetn= niter the portrait was taken and iffi recollect moreover what P ptA farmer of North Dakota a ftxyi N days ago drove across the boundarylliji i into Manitoba with a load of oats ivilcS 4J peleofficer nttlsthat he thought since Lnuriers eleclioa thiseonnh lipethel iefssrawi t Siberian rallwa will ourmhey to Japan in connection with those HuoJnpaueteIsteamship line in far eastern watert He will return to Passim via San fapr oisco New York London Paris and1 distinguishedJUslan theUnitedheitaiaone of the Chicago lines V f SHE TIPS HER GRAY FEDORA New Momiin Salutes Irlrnilt on Stat FuhlunnThe new woman who has adopted the very latest wrinkle in newness bar commie to town She was abroad cm State street the other day She lityt dressed in II blazer snit o 1 wore thicksoled shoes nod hcurygloi and curried nn umbrella done upini leather covering Her face wens inteftk gent and very fair to look upon Cenfi lain lines of grimness wore discerniljje 1 however but theywere probablntber cfieet of the severe style of dressln b teamorlint there were many women on State street who were dressed just that way and she would probably have passed t the crowd without attracting n second loop from anyone had she not tact a couple of friends They raised their huts The grayrobed beauty sinltaT fullrIigray fedora with as much grace as if she had been to the manner born The llulTy little creature who was tyitij her blushed and shrank bark in dig My gracious she cried WhatIfl world did you do that for Whafllj j1 9Thinkwas the cool rejoinder Thry11 got used to it after awhile In raj opinion saluting by raising the liiit iISi courtesy that should not bo conimed men alone Women are entitledloj privilege just ns much as theoppoj sex I know several girls who hare already adopted the custom und btfow mouth is ended youll forget blush and cry out in remonstrance against the habit Of course with lit outlandish headgear usually worn rais fig the hat is nn impossibility and right here is where the utilityof the tbir fcu8IeFt isnt necessary to lift the ball clear oil the bend Just stick thepM through the front instend of the back nnd then tip it gentlyI from beliipil Unmakes me feel ns If I am really soine Iloc1ChillgoChrOllklll I i polnied and she nhowed it 1 Hes worth not less than n tnillbiS said to her daughter and goals him 1 youI ple it daughtertI gsive him nit thtMiK courngement 1 could s Kneourngementl exclaimed t1t rnVcouragelllentl him see you in bloomers and i bier tMttiIKcheChllOa AVIilttlcrs Largo Fortune i Whittier left tifn nrvi though fOt poems he received nothing J9v tiftlStti end his income from the Ismnll und It was only In tM c19 6 or fifteen gears of hll Ilfts f who had a similar ez with his first volume reve anything from his poelOsC Tribunea k r- tdim r wrw G pain1tif w J 4 I+ FARMING WORLD THINKING ABOUT iiWORTH Should Ho Farming un Well as Comtnerelal Thine S- hivilichjvXfto tliirSk lt Is seen to be almost exclusively by individuals recognize this fact is sufficient to goodl deal e Here is a condition novel and IInettrutlrm of Farmer d Co hardly ever rd of Why should there not be- Ing firnijp0 wqJJ as firms of manu urers biokera In vears ot 1J1- cii l nts Tar tidII S arc modest and Fake- yarkaeats although theirs is the oldest greatcstalndustry the most mint bivjjnefs of nllt How much llmlgh wthlt10i s short of i joinit4 farmer owns a Jurgp farm but has i fdly nnjpworking capital Ills next Ijieighbor has very little land but plen iii of money There is a chance for partnership by which both may profit itj farmer has n good fiirm and knows fixrell by experience how to manage it but Is unable to do the hard work He knows a man who has no practical i owledgc of farming but he has jkalth and strength is anxious to learn and willing to labor These two teenI ngrcell1lnthofmore land than he can take care of Ills boy having reached his majority Iis about to leave lie doesnt know when fyr for what Why doesnt the father keepitldmjnd cannot carry on his farm himself HIring help iis unsatisfactory He will jsellI or rent the old farm and he and hla wife with sorrowful hearts will fafrly retreat into a city letter take as J 1 partner on the farm an honest innn i with youth anti strength Then he and Yhls wife might spend their declining lars wliQrcthey could take comfort 4SU C frui farming on shares it isn remarkable fact that scarcely any tiling lite partnership exists in general Jarin jrig In a land where many are alwas iinfinployttl this ought not to be for later is n great factor in farming In the farm firm trot only land stock ma chinery and money but honesty ollth health strength and enthusiasm count I italic ines1inent S JJ Kencli in X1 liTribunor USEFUL FARM MACHINE t tarUQnlrklyIpound out iO bus ttels of sunflower seeds with a flail wiilflnd it a slow anti tedious job The waste will be large by reason of the seeds that Mill remain in sirilill pieces of the shell A simple machine which will do the work rapidly anti clleetive llj5fCihnjv he constructinl by almost any cxlenseBuildgrindstone Make it complete wIth fricjtioii wheels treadle and nrbpr but instead of the s4 one lump n wheel uinilo tit fvoinch plank und about three feet In diameter Drive nails through the wheel parallel to the axis allowing I SUNFLOWER SEED SEPARATOR Ii ijthem to project about hall an inch on eaelt side JJont be afraid of using too many but drive them so thick nnij close together that in the outer sx iuobos Hbypurfyjgerprotect evenly Hfncl time wheel with a heavy iron tire to preserve an even completeTouso lowartlsyouTheni j hind anti hold inein iigmiisi thus j rod wllbeoperators cat work more rapidly ny alternating that is holding u t1cutlIfirst withone haul and then wil Ittjbut l little diflieitlty in slielllng 12 or 15 bush t1ln an hour Another style of mn rhine has n cylinder studded with spikes instead of n wheel This will d0 the work fully as well but requires F1Zore power When used as fart the l talks anti seed cups of the sunflower uilI fast bout as long as a similar tQlllountof plume but the quantity o- Crheatgicu oft is much greater Sun lower seeds must be stored in bar watchedfOrange Judnay Farmerlr The mnle is a good deal better animal wan is usually reckoned and its breed kg has paid well in the past For farm gtwk the mule is excellent IIII i I r h CHAMPION WOOLMAKER Degre4t fIRRe1t itpoem Rain pEarth Jut Sold Behold mostdtinguislied mistusefulfandliestote gIdi jc bought in SvjJ nay New South Wales for the eno J dtonrstlicecr rp ld for rani HW char tohipTs anhpnoryvhich nnyclllimsanti state them In size and in quantity and qUality f beforetileItlthl for slzcr tl sylntritry and woutt tnnlte n Hue Hotuehohl orpnmcnt 1 but hlJ=1 A TCHAMlIOX RA1I OF THE WOUU3 owner hopes that it will be long hefoi they suffer that fate for the ram should have penny years of activity before bin It is not easy to decide which of the many siKcies of domestic animals Isi tIle most valuable to niiin but it is tlot difficult to mike out n good ease for the heap Weliive munysubntitutes for ttlie flesh of tagox lint the wool of tho sheep seems almost indispensable fhe world would he very uncomfortable if it had to go in cotton mud that is th only other clothing material which tho majority ofmen cant afford Wo should tiuerefprugaze with tll4p respect upon this magnificent 11111111111 the abundant coat which envelop him t Sliorn1 of this once a year he will supply hundreds of human being willa warm stud comfortable clothing Jroi his wool will bo woven the coats wheel cover the backs of statesmen of ilui diesI and hornyhanded sons of waifalso the more intimate garments lie next to the skin null preserve then from time deadly cold He will also hnv a Jpart in furnishing bloomers to tli new woman Not only will he personally yield liU this wool lint he hits already foiimlvi a largo family of sheep who will cool pete with him in usefulness N V0 JournalTHE CARE+ OF HONEY Do Xot Store U In i hu Cellar ur An- Other Damp Place 2riw that you hun got some lione from the bies look out that it 14111 spoiled by improper care J5y some crret sty of luiuiun nature the iiii ersal practice oC the 4nettJrIeiM sectnif to be to jlit hque loa kcpp- lug in the cellar Hard to find a worst place In n soul damp place lionex is sure to collect moisture ami hecmiu thin The next thing after In coning thin Iis for comb honey to ooze through the cappings and have a wutry kok mid this earn never be remedied after ward If till lunacy is extracted ami the matter has not gone too far ttu lunacy can be brought back to Hood condition by being put in the rightsKind of a place If continued long enoughr in tile cool dump place time next ntVp is for the bunny tobecome t inctf11r Honeywincgar Iis the verbest jot tlmts anothl toryalhdjustntavwvre- tryingi to keep frotn it The best phice for honey Is in a waim for tilt airy airy place Warm anyhow will generally take ciu i of ittsCJLIIry and nary isI what is wanted jiiul vlm you get n warm plnctr its pretty sure Ipi be dry A gPqd plnee isiigljt tipS hgalhst tIle roof In the garret where y is so holydn can hardly stand it Hoiiy I lias kept lii n gartlrnright through in perfect coiili two or three years tion1ncftnib which would have 1 horll- cItl1irU If kept iii lImobt dtyllth r nincft No matter if the garret is jultBI close J the Intense heat spell to m li- ouplorit u limit your extracted honey in a lot garrotnniltSrnfIy jaa little tau It willthlelcn up nIl right ftt ht In vessels uncovered so crocks or shallow far a51i1J ldvitiisttfetyin nttjmlII lf1iel etcr Flies may be kcpon tuttingor cbIcovering ofymmosgnito loth wlifclrwill still allow cvCfoititr Joilrnnl Agriculture 1r =Whri In the KniithWi Shitce- The south is th lana prdmiks In Texas Loulsiann hrkansas MJsjMlBj Tennessee and 1 h AlabamaIi southern states there are hun other creeks gull buy dreds of lakes rivers natural harbors for ducks that oreOtis manyof the states named the wild jn and in 1he- late and forageduclcsI gather fall and winter season affording the huntaman Jn theforsport Lore thickly settled and cultivated of the south the streams and actions laJc8sUIl exist but the wild ducks forsaken them heenuro of time too have anti theof manulplurnctrrequent of umalern life fixtures and appliances of the homrthen It is the duty builder to restock the waterways with JacksSovttieru Form f 1 4 o c i UOeHi i j I tt Ii tiaBd NccrUary to iTeser the Kloc of Urmiti In India Dritlsh hunters pf large gunm Irc bitterly lamenting the gradual extln then of lions In India They are no longer found there in any number ontcidu of one region Ule forest of mrIlriKutfalawor says nn English exchange They have dlsnp peared from thdthills of Barda Ule country of Iajkot anti other plac lcputntlonlions in thrum 111 the forest of Glf it is feared that their extinction will not bo long de layed lormerly few European hunt crs dared to venture into thlH plac which AvaV infested with fevers tU1d bundlts Now tho forest is being cleared and fevers nnd bajitlit arc di appearing and wlih than the lions To proven t the total extinction of thirst unimnlN the durbttr of Kathlawz has prevented the hunting of them Cor six yelrsr PERFKCT HEALTHI i How It May Bo Obtained b3 AlL An Intorostlnc lilt of lllitory al Toby n Travrllni Man From the lliird Cltylaml OMo After an extended trip lusting sever months unit embracing ninny points of In tcrost throughout tlio Vest and South M George Locklmrt of Hudson Ohio rcturnu homo a fow days ago Ho Iis bright nut genial an over and looks us If his long poll Hay hud thoroughly agreed with him Mr Lockhnrts business during his travel toots him frequently to Hot Springs ant other health resorts Ho door not appear to have been very favorably imprcssoil wIth tho peculiarities of life at such places 1101 with the benefits received by the patient Men go there to get cured of ills use say hoIIlllw tnkn title hot bath IIIIII o morn lug and spend thoivst of the day gcncrall In drinking gambling and general ilisslpi thou How tlry can expect to recover m der such tniatmcnt passes my eomprehei Blon lint they are us a rule what tat vorlil culls good fellows free with thel tanner nud bunt on enjoying themselves With ono man however whom 1 met lit such a plaeu 1 formed what ii Mope will prove 11 permanent friendship 1 niu indebted to iihii fur bcmllts which have tuft on hty mind a feeling of 110 st rouges tgnilitudt I was tm know not at nil veiljI slight muteness in my tight leg eoutracte about n year ago had giMiluiilly bocoin worso until I teas cornpehed tl OIlItlUlIII or crutches all tho time Vii n my genera health failed until In tho hitter pan of tin tummcr I huil aiwnt uoncluiletl to count IIOIIHI to tile Such a steno of affairs as you will easily understand was unytliine bud coal torttbie 1 was in fact noithei inor nor leis luau II hlIlllII Invalid II tntisuncc- to myself and OV T hotly around me It tsar nt this juncture that ono day on UK twain 1 fell into fonvurHitUon with the man I men Ion Ho tact uuncudcd mo to try Dr Wit lams 1inlc Tilts 1 did so You wo tin resin And Mr LoeUhart expanded his broai chest and Hinlled Ioolc here he eon Inuwl UH he took oil his hat and holding IIt ju a level with her head kicked it oimllj with tlio foot Will ustttt tl IItu lniiu No hotter pieturu of H rfoit health teal abonndliif uiimiil MphIIHJpjllItJ wi Ihud for Hutu this olwLhlll I11lIlhl My futuru movcmenlH nro uncertain said Mr Lnckhurt at parting 1 will re- nalii In Ihidyot for some time hut bolon th summer Is over I expect to make it visil to larnan Dr Williams Pints Pills contain ill a con loused form nil till elemontd iiurcHtmrv to give now url anti richness to ihf blood ami rrstorn shattered nerves They are also u JIttlIIo for troubles poeiilial to fcniatcs 111111111 suppressions Irregularitii s mid all onus of wcnknosH They hu Id ui the ilood and restore the plow of health to pale and nlltloll In hint they cITect II radical euro In ah eases arising from lontnl worry overmy irk or UXCOHSOH of vhatcvor nature 1lnlc Tills urn sold In bIDXCS itivver in loosu hulk nt II ccnttti 1101 nrnlx boxes fur tJr i coal mtv be hllll- or ell druggists or dire t by stall fro u Ihr VllllRtiis Meillflnu Company Hobenec ady N V II rn lint was large but joyous truthI Hovenmjwas wnlllngtheie Beforn tier sat a fooVudl youth With a bcnii ol llauntlng hair- ltushhmgtoa Star MMV JS TithrIHir- o Plan forYour Trlj to Cullfornlu Thin 4 Winter On November 4th llio Wabash H Hlu jnncetlon with the A1 it 8 10111111 iguratuu flue of vcstlhulid KIIII ilK curs itween Ht Louis and los Angeles CII wHhgllt cluuuge Those slrepers hill Jeavc tH I bulx every Wednnsday and nturday tights at U15 nrriviiiK Los Angeles lrl Inymt and Mondays at tHO p in For full utlonhirs write to En HWIJIT B 1 A abasli K It lloom ISO Carn v Uuilfl rig tueintinll ohio or L K Mtgiiiiv P 1 A WnhaMi If If J American Katl Dank lldg Louisville Ky 4 YOUVP Mr Punctuality was OH a nioun tl1ln top Ho pulled out his watch SMiV laid heif thin mn dfjbsnt rlso lu just ono Inute and nlno seconds It will bo lute To Clciiiuo the Kjritnm frcctuallyyct gently when costive orbll Iou or when tho blood is Impure or slug gllsb to ponnnnontly overcome habitual constipation to awaken the lkidneys and fiver to a hoaltby activity without Irrita tlng or weakening them to dispel head ichos colds or fevers nsU Syrup of Figs A Mixs word IB worth moro nt nil other UmclI than when ho tells his wife that ho- has no money Atchison Glob- elIsosCuroforConsumption 1s An ANn 1 Asthma medicine W it WliJtUjm Antioch Ills April 11 JSJJ self crv no matter whether It dwells In a hut or In u palace tams cornrWHEV billjus or costive cat a Cascarct noy catbnrtlc euro Kimninteed luo t As tile Persian proverb hash Do not Iurl1 tho blanket to get rid of ono lien Durn tho dog Ilirr you nn nceount nt Jones 1 Xo l did have hut hu IIertts a collector out wllh it UUI tJUatc I 4+ t Catarrh Cannot De Cared with LOCAL AiruciTiosB ts they cMvot reach tho seat of tho disease Catarrh U a blood or constitutional dUeaae SBdlricftSder ramcdleehallssets directlon tho blood anttrnueous aur faces Halls Catarrh Cure In not b quack thebestand Is u regular prescription It Is com posed of tho beat tonics Knownl combined with tho best blood purifiers Qung directly on UIO mucous surfaces Ttio perfect com bination of Urn two Ingredient is what pro curtdgCatarrhP J Chutney C Co Iro afolcdolOSold by druggists prcp The lfallsFamily P1115 tro the best LULUWO girls aro gettlnff up n ccrct cargolndvedi11hnt Imlnluntcdllous Dont Tobacco Spit situ KtnoUo lour Ilfo- Awtty If you want to unit tobacco u lng easily and forever ho made Well strong ningiictte full of now lifo und vigor tnUo NploBac tho wondorworkcr1 that innkes wijak men strong Many gala ten pounds In ten days Over 400000 cured Buy NnTdBno from your own druggist who wIll cnarantnq n euro Booklet and sans tlo rnnlled freo Ad StellIng ltonutly Co l dcayo orioty fork Rniioiorfl OnsnnvAScr Tou ride your wheel on Sunday dont yowl Yes Lint 1 never run over anyone oU that duyTltB- its i CtiiR your cough with Halos Honey of Horchoiind uud Tur I PlkouLootluidio Drops Cure In ono minute Tee girl who has a beau is usually tho llrst lit tho family to catch cold In tho fall Atchison Globe JUST try a 1M box of Cnscarcts the finest liver uud bowel regulator ever made PnitnriNTi and industry nro lie lx H safe tlllllldialI j I 1yiiIA T DEW ft Tlunl tit- it P JSonivpJfcy t yiur trouble is not with the heart P bcllious m 1 out your hope of heaven but bile eyeball m u eIIuponl IIj s J W lf31V j3Y using II qitri We can give you incontrovertible I proof from men and women former ullcrcTit today well and stay so There U no doubt of this Twenty dears experience proves our words j true iJ IiWarnormtI tit1faTR 1tIIUll11N ttfi3 A N ICI1 Y 1127- tsY1rlfiWRtIr r fa Psi 1DVf1tTlii Jxaa lilciiko title stint you ttv tfc uU crtIae mrnt iath iiuper flJ How Old are You J r t o You noon not nRBwortbo question madam l for in your case ncbia not counted by yours It J I f i will always bo truo thntLa woman is as old I as Bho lookaiJ Nothing sots tho neal of ago so dooply upon womnua beauty as gray hair t It is natural therefore that ovary woman is anxious to pros rvQ her hair in all its original abundance and boauty or that being denied tho crowninr gift pf beautiful hair oho longs r to possess it Nothing ia oawior than to attain I to this gift or to prosorvo it if already possossod Ayors flair Vigor roatoros gray tl or faded hair to its original color It does this by siinpjy aiding nature by supplying tho I nutrition necessary to honlth and growth Thoroisno bettor proparatiou for tho hair t than if 0 AVERS HAIR VIGORI IAGood Foundation e n i PAY PLUGWhE9 Lay your foundation with Battle Ax It is the corner 7 9 stone ofeconomy It is the onet9 tobacco that is both BIG andfi e c GOOD There is no betterf There 5a is no other 5cent plug as largegmsi P 9 i J 1 tVJtfrTryve J 1 a- A Ift I QO t6I i 7Ji JI u ilJ fj t t 1 7 v u- f u c h 0 i It o II TIE HERALD lvIF01a 01a fiMat r S HAZEL CPIEEN KY THURSDAY Nov 10 1890 I JnJibegj5ALu I I I1INIW51rI J a INf oJtJ PROMISEDPROSPERITY TUB Marshal printing company of Lexington Ky mado an assign ment last week If- It AT Reading Pa the car shops havo reduced the hours from ton to eight and wages accordingly It TilE Golden Sceptre mining company of Montana has failed for nearly 800000 since McKinley was elected It It TJIB Monongnhola river railroad bridge gang have had their wages cut down onefourth to make good campaign assessments TUB Manhattan clothing and Hhoo company of Dayton 0 has assigned with liabilities of if 100 000 since tho election 4 WORKMEN of tho Central glass company Wheeling W Va have had their wagon cut down 20 percent in tho past week THE bnk irs of Elwood Ind havo formed a trust and advanced tho price of broad nearly 100 por cent since MoKinloy was oloctodI TUES Atchison Topeka and San ta Fo railway property in Kansas has been placed in tho hands of n rocoivor sinco McKinloy was ale tedITHE Iowa savings bank of Sioux City closed its doors on tho 10th inet Steady withdrawal of depos its and inability to realize on securities tho cause THE Royor whool works at Lob anon Ky mado n reduction of 10I per cent in tho wages of tho work mon directly after it was known how tho election wont Tin glass bottlo manufacturers t in Pennsylvania havo out down tho wages of tho workmon do creased tho output 25 per cont and advanced tho price of goods 5 por cont t r BUSINESS failures go right along I I G raw since McKinleys election Jos Zimmerman dealer in dry goods etc Jackson Tenn made an as Bigmeat with liabilities of about 18000 rTHE election of McKinley and the consequent raise in the uniT soon has caused tho sugar trust to advance the price of all refined sugars albeit they have immense quantities of raw sugar on hand i 11- I THE National printing company one of the largest publishing con cerns in the city of Louisville has been forced to the wall on account of lack of trade superinduced by the promised prosperity of the goldstandard More Crankiness Commooirealcr J S Corey has called a conference of all the friends of the in itiatiye nod referendum and other re forms to meet at the Lindell hotel St LouU January 121S91 At this mert log a platform will be presented declar ing for the demonetization of gold ay well as silver state ownership of all rail ways highways waterway and telegraph and telephone lines municipalowner ship of all street car lines waterworks market houses electric light and gar plants womans suffrage and election of president by direct vote of the people Also that national banks should loan money to the at cost When Win J Dryan was at Worces ter Mass on the afternoon of September 25 he beheld upon the factory of Wm II Burns Co some decorations that createdcomment all over the United States There was a big portrait of Mc Kinloy sewed on an American flag nt and close by it was n red flag of anarchy equally large decorated with a picture of Mr Bryan This display angered the Democrats in the heart of the common wealth although Mr Bryan paid no at tention to It That night tho factory was burned by an unknown incendiary and Bryan supporters were charged with setting it State Fire Marshal Whitcomb has been at work on the case over since An A result of his labor it is expected that an arrest or arrests will soon be nape Curious to say the suspected people are not Bryan people or Demo crats but are prominent supporters ef the successful candidate for president Tho fire marshal is not yet prepared to give any information but enough has been learned to warrant this Mr Whit comb it is said started his investigation with the belief that Democrats or Bryan men caused the conflagration but be has since been convinced of his error Ho has enough evidence toward bis claim to take one or more persons into court to explain their connection with it If the suspected are arrested the sensation will be one of the greatest the fire marshals office has ever sprung Yon owe this office on subscription and you must pay it If you agreed to pay corn bring in your corn j if produce of any kind produce it Printers like nil other mortals must have something on which to subsist or they wont exist and NOW Is the time to whack up ANTEDSEVKKAL FAITHFUL MEN ifor women to travel for reemwilble ea tnbltihcil house in Kentucky Salary ti80 jmvnMp fir1 weekly and cxpnocn Pillion JlcrUlIUluhl 1tchnhu1uuluu raddrrb cd envelope The National Stnr HirtlUlng Cktob 2313 I 1 tif x CORRESPONDENCE CormpoideaU will please bear In mind that all coulInf Uo S nvst be received at this office not later than Tuesday evening to insure publication fa the current iuaeJ XORGAK CtUKYT Kaytewa Iitkdles Mrs R A Day is very sick Andy Phipps is on the sick list 8 G Sample of Ezel was in town today on business F H Love and 0 E Huff commercial tourists interviewedour merchants yesterday Miss Kate Crouch of Illinois a very intelligent young lady is visiting her mother Mrs Jeff Day Edmond Lawson died Sunday night at the home of L Honaker and was buried today in the pub lic graveyard at this place Miss Nannie Day in company with Mr Charlie Lyons in going to Union in a buggy last Sunday the horse got scared ran away turned the buggy over and made it into kindling wood harness all gone except hames and collar and strange to say neither seriously hurt but look to be five years old er Nov 17 WINGLESS Consolation Ckat Arbor day was observed with us and wo succeeded in transplanting till our school yard looks much better and we hope to see the fruits of our work in all their splendor Each and every pupil present aided joyfully in this good work and thus it was a gala day at Consolation Little Jako Taylor had his face and neck very badly burned with hot water water Tuesday Uncle Peto Johnson and family have moved to Catlettsburg WOLFE COUNTY Stlllvrater Sprays Corn husking is the ordor of the daySam H Wilson went to Holly last Sunday Mrs M K Wilson is on tho sick list this week- Loander Pence was in our neigh borhood lust week John Phillips of Natural Bridge visited his mother on Stillwater last week Elder Adams preached in our neighborhood last Thursday night to a largo crowd There was to have been a wed ding last week but as the knot wasnt tied will not mention any namesMiss Lillie Byrd of this neigh borhuod visited her uncle Camp boll Byrd at Campton last week Sho was accompanied by Birdie SampleDied at the residence of uncle Jose Rose on fttillwater uncle Jim Samples Ho lived to be an old man but the angel rapped at his chamber on tho 7th inst and ho had to go Our sympathy is with tho bereaved friends who are loft behind Nov 10 RUDE Wonderful are the cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla and yet it is only because us tho one true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills for tho liver and bowels act easily yet promptly 25- cWaNTiwFifty bushels of now corn for cash The lowest bidder will get the contract Apply at this office Dont forgot that floe typewriter paper at TUB HERALD office when you want some Only 15u per quire t 1 Va 1 Good Judges Say That Our 11J Suits I 1 I 500I 75cc IOOO s s ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY i Next week we will put on sate 100 pairs of MENS ALLWOOL BLACK CHE j VIOT PANTS at j3- X450 per Pair 1 LOUIS AND GUS STRAUSi PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY ROSE IAVISO- PRACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 17 jV E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our pricti i PatroniseHomeHappy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE specialL1andTour IBATTLIVERY AND FEED STABLE j HAZEL GREEN KY K H F PIERATT Proprietor 4 BIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOU131Lw Special care taken of teams for Comttf1 cml Travelers Parties conveyed to any poiaf on liboral terms Patronage of tIle publiore k spoctfully solicited H F PIERATT iM 1rT iINa T pTRAINING SCHOOL SOUw s 9I57fldtjfdlMJPrdUJ HUNDREDS or GRAOUATE HOLDING MIIiI 1f nNEIyyrj RECOWMENDED BY THE LEADING t THE COUNTRY hlFllION CQUR96 WIWfJCVAlolI HIllJlE tZ11 f1JtJlll lt 1lGlkA a- I a r Jt- J r it O u N- j M igMM6 10 If UI 1IIIIiIJII It I i lfW r W s= V =GODS PLOWMEN r i Who Must Harrpw t n irhrash ltn Run Their FujrowsJ it J 1 1 veto the CrolllllIeD or Holy liven Who Ilud ee AurJculturlitiNcttlei Mix ed With Grain SoWh for Uaiatot Souls Tnlmncei Sermon1 fi t t i Dr Talmages text Sunday was John it XT I My father is thehusbandman dUferII Si ent an 1 cqnfi Mho breath of uewmown hay and see v tag the goltlch light of the whoutfield And whenVopen my Bible to take to text the Scripture leaf rustles Ilka the i tassels of the corn I We were nearly all of us born in the country We dropped corn in the hill I and went on Saturday to the mill tyro the grist in the middle of the sack so that the contents on either side the horse balanced each other and drove ithe cattle afield our bare feet wet with the den and rode the horse- with lthe halter to thc brook anti- we l fell off and hunted the mow for j nests until the feathered occupants went cackling away We were nearly all of us born in the country and alll ir would have stayed there hnd not some adventurous lad on IliK vacation como r back with better clothes and Softer hands and set the whole village on fir iwith ambition for city life So we al l understand rustic allusions The Ilibl is full of them In Christs sermon onI I the mount you could see the fullblownI lilies and the glossy back of the crow wing as it flies over Mt Olivet Davidl and John Iaul and Isaiah find in country life a source of frequent illus tration while Christ in the text takes the responsibility of calling Goda farmer declaring My Father is the husbandman i Noah was the first farmer We sa nothing about Cain the tiller of the wit Alt mr was a gardener on a larg scale but to Noah was given all the acres of the earth Klisha was an agri culturist not cultivating a tt nacre lot for we find him plowing with 12 yoke of oxen In Bible times the land was 69 plenty and the inhabitants so few that Noah was right when he gave to every inhabitant a curtain portion o land that land if cultivated ever after to be his own possession Jus as in Nebraska tho United States government on payment of S10 years ago gave preemption right to 100 acres to- any j man who would settle there and- cultivate the soil AH classes of people were expects to cultivate ground except ministers of religion It was supposed that they would have their time entirely occu pled with their own profession although I am told that sometimes min asters do plunge so deeply into worldliness that they remind one of what Thomas Fraser said in regard to a ma- In his daywho preached very well bu lived very ill When he is out of the pulpit it is a pity he should ever go in to it and when he is in the pulpit it ii- a is pity he should ever come out of it They were not small crops raised in those tithes for though the arts were rude the plow turned up very rich soil and barley and cotton and llax and all kinds of grain came up at the call of the harvesters Pliny tells of one stalkof grain that had on it beUvcen 809 and 100 ems The rivers and the brooks through artificial channels were brought down to the roots of the corn and to this habit of turning river wherever it is wanted Solomon refers when ho sasliThe Icings i heart is in the hand of the Lord not He turneth it as tho rivers of wrter ate turned whithersoever lie will The wild beasts were caught and then a hook was put into their nose- ii then they were led over tho field end to that Cod refers when He says to cricked Sennacherib I will put a took in thy nose and I will bring thee back by the way which thou earnest And God has a hook in every bad mach nose whether it be Xcbuchudnczzaror Ahad or Herod Ho may think himself very independent but sometime in his life or in the hour of death he wjll find that the Lord Almighty has a hoof in his nose This was the rudein regard to the culture of the ground Thou shall Dot plow with an ox until an ass together illustrating the folly of ever putting intelligent and useful and pll able men in association with the stub born and tho unmanageable The vast majority of troubles in the churches and in reformatory institu lions comes from the disregard of this command of the Lord Thou shalt not plow with an ox and an ass to- getherf prppcrtjNd 100000 sheep as an annual tax Job had 7000 sheep t10lh0 camels GOO yoke of oxen The time of vintage was ushered in with mirth and music The clusters of the vine were put into the wine press and then five men would go into time press and trample tIL the juice from the grape until their garments were saturated with the wine and had become the emblems of if daughter Christ himself wounded until covered with tho blood of cruel l aion making use of this allusion Fhen the question was asked Where andffcJ garments like one who treadet- hle wine vat lie responded I have Ltraddaa the wine press alone I la allages there has been great lessor paid to airrjculturc Seven r A eighths or the I I I are dlcountrrSClpI governtncntI pruportldm r as is dpported idestrlousfore nrr oli1Jo tlJs be the nibof Cart rage iruuu wroteES books on agriculture Hosiod wrotea we 4lfirekflBlfuf l tlJtflfaryij 1not be tempted Into discussion agricuUGiarTcHJnrtucstsJ the harvests anti oVofiardfc and vine amidthnRrclumls qnd vlnc yards of on ovvq cbtintgy = ier harvests than hWeVcVvVo rc Len gath credI analogyyth alltheseofthatlu UlJr tpJacivI remark In grace as in tit ftehls tVcre uuiSt bcVpVw gthat which theologians gull conviction is only tho ploKhL1ldurnlllg up fire sins that have hctu routed and matted indolent dollson went to work huff plowed it very deep anti then cppipjalnud that he had not found the nionuy but when the hall been almudredLirehintdollarsifor atsoul He who mikes light of sin will never amount to anything in thu church or mansspeaks as though it were an inaccuracy or a mistake instead of the loathsome abominable consuming anti damning thing that God hates that man will vGtoGusululuys0WhenI field with spirited horses 1 plowed It vqry passedyI over Befits of the sod without notejerk back tho plow with its rattling devices I thought it made no differ ence After a while my father came along and said Why this will never do this Isnt plowed deep cnblipYj i there you have missed this mid you have missed that And ho plowed it greatfmany people is that they art scratched plowtof Cods truth ought to be put in up to the beats schnoljworkers Plow deep Plow deep iAnd if in your own personal experi dice you are apt to take a lenient view of the sinful side of your nature put- down into your soul the Ten Com mandments which reveal the holiness of God and that sharp tool glittering coulter will turn up your soul to the deepest depths If a man preaches to ofnyoutneed only a little fixing up ho de ceives You have suffered anappall ing injury by reason of sin There are quick poisons and slow poisons but tire druggist could give you one drop that could kill the boly And sin is like that drug so virulent so poisonous so fatal that one drop is enough to kill the soul Deep plowing for a crop Deep plowing for a soul lirokcn heart or no re ligion1 JSroheu soil or no harvest Why was it that David and the jailer and thupublican and Paul made such ado about their sins Had they lost their Censes No The plowshare struck them Conviction turned up a great many things that wero forgotten As a farmer plowing sometimes turns up the slccleton of a man or the anatomy of a monster long ago buried so the plowshare of conviction turns up the ghastly skeletons of sins long ago en tombed Geologists never brought up from the depths of th 5 mountain mightier ichthyosaurus or mcgothc rlum Hut what means all this crooked plowing anti these crooked fur rows tho repentance that amounts to nothing tho repentance that ends in nothing Tan groan over their sins but net no better Theyweep but their tears arc not counted They get convicted but not converted What is the reason I eucmbcr that on tho standard with a red farm ve set a Hag at the other end of the field Wo kept our eye on that We plowed up that Losing sight of that we made a crooked furrow Keeping our eye on that we made a straight furrow Now in this matter of conviction wo UT guide usmust have SOIUQ standanl It is a red standard that God has set at the other end of the field It is the Cross Keeping your eye on that you wilOmako a straight furrow Losing Qght of it you will make a crooked furrow Plow up to tho Cross Ain not at either end of the horizontal piece of the Cross but at the upright piece at ot the Son of the center of Ittho heart God who borer ursinfl1iod matte satis faction Crying and w eplng will not through Ilim hath Galbring you to ho a Prmcc antI a SavIour olive repuntcl1co Oh plow up to the Again Cross I remark In grace liS iq time field there must he a sowing In time autwunal weather you find the farmer across the field at a stride of going twentythree inches and at every about his hnnd Into seed sack stridegrain andhe sprinkles the the fell It looks silly to a corn ever ho iswhattiho does not Icnow doing man lie IS doing a try Imorta to k- i UJlcilttjgrfllnI f come the pet year there jvlll be a great crop Now thtft I Is vnal we aret o tlGospelj Is the fnollshnessoprcaching but istheI wintenffralpi and through ijIt vs oft ri6rrmntsVmay oosnUilowff It IfWUlyleltlaltorffcwhUfcgloril thus harvest Let us bo sure we sot the right kind of sqed Sow tnullt I upSgiJ nn1whuqt1 truth and error Let us know the tlifrerenco between wheat and Jlglley4rq p to nthliembane u The Tnrgest tJpndmlnatlrin hit1Ut country is the denomination ot Foth jngarlans Their religion is a system of negations You say to ono pf them What do you believe Well I dont believe in infant baptism What tlo you believe VollI douU believe In tho piTsovnatiefc of the saints Well now toll mi what you do believe Well I dont belie ve in the eternal punishment of Jlhcwiakod So their religion is a tout of ciphers Believe something and touch it or to re slime tin figure of my text scatter abroad the right kind of seed IA minister the otherday preached a sermon calculated toqettlip dcnomiua tiousof Christians quarreling He was sowing nettles A minister the other prunclserndented and itnorganteed fords1Vfiiit- was he sowing Weeds The Lord plantedthetliviiup On bncsldf of tho itbek nre all the churches of Christendom On the other side of the stalk are all the free government of tho earth runt on tho top there shall bo a flowering millen nium after awhile All front tho gos pel seed of doctrine leery word that ti parent or Sabbath school teacher or city missionary orsother Christian worker speakjTfbr Christ conies up Yea it comes up with compound Inter est you saving oni4fcoul that ono sav lug ten the tori a hundred the huu dred a thousand thu thousand ten thousand the ten thousand one hundred thousand on on forever Again 1 remark In grace as w has in tlio farm there must bo a liar rowinGI refer now not to a harrow ing that goes over tho Held in order to prepare the ground for the seed hit a harrow which goes over after the seed is sown lest the birds pick up tho seed staking it down into tho earth so that it can take root You how n harrow It is made of barsof wood nailed across each other J1I111the under side of eachbar Is furnished with sharp teeth and when the horses arc hitched to it it goes tearing and leap r ing across the field driving tine sjfcell down into time earth until iit springs up in the harvest Hercayement sorrow pcrsccntion arc tho Lords harrows to sink the Gospel truth into your heart These were truths that you hearJ an years ago they have not affected you until recently Some great trouble came over you unit tlio truth was harrowed in and it has come up What did ftod mean in this country in JS57V For a ecu tury there teas the Jospil preached but a great deal of it produced no result tired God harnessed a wild panic to a harrow of commercial disaster null tint harrow wont down Wall Htrcetr and up Wall strut down 1hird stoLCt and up Third street down- State street mind up State street down Pennsylvania avenue and up Pennsylvania avenue until the whole thud was torn to pieces afc it had never been before What follow d tho harrow A great awakening In which there were 0000 souls brought Into time kingdom qf our Lord jNo harrow no crop i j Again I remark in grace as in the farm there must bo a reaping Many Christians speak of religion as though it were a matter of economics or insur since They expect to reap in the next world Oh no Now Is the time to reap lather up the joy of the Chris Clan religion this morning this afternoon this night If you have not as much grace ns you would like Co have thank Hud for what you have ninth prny for more You are no worse enslaved than Joseph no worse trouble than was David no worse rscourge than was Inul Yet amid the rattllnsf of fetters and amid the gloom of dungeons truth amid tho florror of shipwreck they triumphed In time grace of GUll Tho weakest man in the house today hits 500 acres of spiritual joy all ripe Why do you not fOHILUIl reap itjl You have been groaning over your in firmities for SO years Now give one round shout over your emancipa lion You sty you hays it so hard you might have it worse You wonder why thin great cold trouble keeps revolving through your soul turning and turn ing with a black hand on the crank Ah that trouble Is the grindstone on which you are to sharpen your sickle To time fields Wako up Take oft your green spectacles Pull up the corners of your mouth as far as you pull them down To tho fields Hca reapAgain I remark in Brace as in farm lug there is n time for threshing I tell you bluntly that is death lust as tho farmer with a flail beats tho wheat out of tho straw no death beats tho soul out of the body Every sickness I Iastroke of the flail and the sickbed is the threshingfloor What say you is death to a good man but taking tire whea one of the straw That is all- S I An caged man lias lallen asleep frttly yesterday you wnv him Jn lw aunnj porc1payl f v1t1t hs gparidchnUdren ea1mt hm ettived tiro Mtlsfgo to leaY 1- pleasnatgtadtbyecarries tljo illdlnjfs uudpn wilt flnof Quceftl grandfather Inrush bade the gray achyiI tot tho tomb lid ty tijl10l U afraid of that night Grandfather Was 1nCYerahald oTatlJthiHg Lid will rise I nl pC hu rqsurrroqtlon Orandfatiier was alwavH the drat to rise IHs t olce hips Kircady mingled in thedoxology fllen = u raullCaUic r always diij Anything ghastly hi tj1ntfim thrashing of tho Wheat out of lho straw that I- a1L Tim Saviour folds n lamb in Ilia bosom The little child mtl nil the house with her music and her toys are scattered nil up aiid town tins stairs just as she left thorn Whnt if the hand that plucked fourocloclcH out of tlm meadow is still It will wave in tha eternal triumph What If tH6II Volcb that made muslo inihu honm is still It will wavo Ittr the uturnnl tri umph What V thoj yojcp oJ that made mutet in the home JM still tit will sing tho eternal hosanniL ant n white rose in onto hand a roil rose in tho other mead a wreath of orango blossoms on tho brOth13 whltq flowerlforblossoms for hor inarriago day Auy thing ghastly about that Oh jiol Tho sun went down nUll thu Jlowor sliut The wheat thrashed oat of the NtrnwIInCIL1 Lord give me sloop1 said a dying boy tho son of ono of my cIders dear Lord give mo HlepfAlul ho closed his eyes anti nwolce iiv glory Henry W Longfellow Writing a letter of condolence to those t parent saidf Those last words wero beautifully poetic And Mr Lungfollow lemma what Iis poetic Dour Lord givo mo bleep Twaj not In cruoly not nwratilIiat the reaper memo that day Twart an ancol thnt vliUod tho earth And tool the Slower away So it may bo with us when our work is till dOIHmr Lord give mu sleep INTERESTING ITEMS Sue CIIMII 13 Turrint cxprcnilor of tho Canadian dominion celebrated lis golden wedding at OttaVn the other day Ho received ninny valuable pros eats AlTiioion tho salary 01 tho king of Greece is four times grcatur than that of tho president of tint United States unyotherTin most valuable hf fur Is that Of tho sea otter One thousand dollars inns been paid for a single skin of this animal not more than two yards long by threo quartirs of a YUlll wide Tin butchers of Berlin mire in tau habit of inforiuing their customers of the days on which fresh sausages Lurch made by placing a chair covered with a large clean apron at tho side of time shop door A MACIIINI has bc4n designed for affixing stamps to letters fruit circulars with extraordinary rapidity The mo tions of detaching dampening mid fix lug are all performed by ono rovolu tion of II small wheel attached to the machine From 1000 to 0000 letters an hour cart bo stamped and till ma chine will register thq number of lift ters thus treated Tin Mexicans have a queer wn3 of burying the dead Time corpse is tightly wrapped in centuryplant matting Anti placed In a collin hired for about u shilling Ontf or two nllt loll as time case may be place the coffin on their heads nudgtx situ trot to tho grave where tine tiody Is iiitcrmfahotlio tcof fin is tiieh murnviLj Tlio I wcal hyj class unu wi e lrl1lucIrJa iiuiiinu and file friend folto vl beside thu cur ua foot Ti f SHE CHANGED ITa Hut ChI Nctir Knlijnct wart pct Objrntlon lilold tllm H the Old OittHo threw his newspaper op thin floor and waved both hunddoverfiits hflid while hit clinched tenth re mnsvd Jo gfyo exit to tin ruinnrkH whidlfjirctitsd Ktrugglltigv to come but says tjieUe trolt IVcc PrcKH i cWhatVwife exclaimed utboufls wltO I tssrugl ttltion Unu the 1I Heta1 to warrant IfprHiie Wiy imei tolhfH tyfiyu t rmittrrul1m Every dvoigtStphicltnhstxrchIamdi irigcryLando r rlOOt Hhe4vnyEuropetgrtitl onrmoilry Our hpjrrss5 njttrry npbjcmen European actors and Bingers come over1 her and ship money home In barrels They take it In no test theyre too busy ltwrtln1froruthlK prettybadhud tho leaky faucet In rtJin k I tchcti at tended to yet That lInc not the topic tinder con Id eratlon lie exclaimed nnvugely Not exactly Hut you know dear you arent going to have nmrly All much trouble with the outflow of money as you will with the outflow from that andIc 6 l 2tjitJlpuii thing that the Rev r 1Ic1j4 hls typev1leio WiBivala1atsoH4 Hudrte t lthel wIeuMrn i where be cot his scrvaons he JIf nVtJ J 1- itur1t riK l h ut74Iecls tenulf6r oGiSanimi y lfimt t- irnqu ttmnion s tr ia hint n akesa QQ tItl toy replied SamNmyt+ b llhb ghiChr Ic107 jrj jtc ttlll VrleiltpcpUhiantdl Mid soi1wlmfk then mbtlidr dbnb wi ncV coat satk Mat10pptbttCtnltti WMrhT1 father repllcdrVilk Tt Ithb irjRCpwl theart mica tinq pltwu bq should lajoktiro old ittik =lh6usiStold 1Vord- st Gonslderi rr hgtrnCn ==lNotiPoI prqfossotv said typnliostp Rt w4liQrlttyou to have numerousylniahisslnnolms sages in your yelccdoils for the music ale You nrt loud of the scutimcnU nlthin7 Not especially i put my guests will want to Incur themselves tnlkohco In awhile Washington Star yJ Lady to thirty U nmpIIereg n W piece of soap and I hope your will wash yoiirself vlth it chub lies atjihScodfl houicmrtdo cake Ito emit Dirty Trump crlllcnlljBurvcylng the song unit cake Is the soup hoiucniado too mu- mIndyOf 1 course not DlrtyTrUniii Then ifyou flont mind mute Id K rather cat the soap und scrub inedcll t with the enlePul1l- 1e was whiHtllng and fehd dldiif like It I wish she said whenyou are walking with mo you wouldnt whistle It IH extremely rude 1 tun whistling for the want of thoUgh Ire replied with evident Intent to Ibe very crushing If thutta wlmt its for she remarked 1 Utlnk 1 rangy suyl without fear of uticccsHfiil eonirmlid a thou bj hnyoiie who knows yoii thaltl r you dont Jinvb tolhIHl he stopped Texas Sitter I TESTED BY A STARit A CurloiiN Alctluxl of ItiKiiliitlni NTlliinJ- lllCO Somu very old printing that wnn brought to light line other tiny con turns curious suggestions for iimk lug certain calculations that will lu crest many people One of tho Kiig Ostloni rums to tho effect that a per son ninny ascertiiih hid rate of Walking by tilt aid of a Htring with a piece ol Tend at tile end of it The string should be knotted at diHtanccH of 41 feet which distance la the ISOth port of nn HngllHh mill und bears tho Maine pro u portion to a milu that half a minute huarsto an hour If time traveler when going at his usual gait drops time load lotting the string slip through his hand the number of knots which have passed in half n minute Indicate the number of inches he walk In ml Hour An envy method otlcorrectly regulat lug a timepiece by the stars U Hug gifted an follows AH the motion of tho earth with re gard to the fixed slurs thoso that lAvlnklc IH uniforms timepieces clef in n most filinplu manner ho correctly fcgulatcd by time stern with grctitnt fncllltyt than by the scum Choose n south window from which fury fixed point Biich ItS n chiinticy side 9c1I inn hiding etc may bo seem To time Hlell of flit window nttudh a Piece of curd hoard having it small hale in it In smelt a manner that by looking through the hole toward the edge of time clevntcil object HOIIIC fixed star may bo tctn The progrqsH of the time imiHt be watched and time instant it vanishcH be hind the fixed point time observer miiHt note the exact time it dlxappcarH The following night the sumo sin r will van- 4 ism behind time flume object three mini stems mid 50 Hceoiicla sooner Hit tlunc pleco mark nine oclock when time mtlurtvanlHheK one night the following night lit will Indlcato three miiUitcH and CC nccoiuh less than nine If time time piece be faster or slower time the in dication of the nttir then It linn gained or hlKt time IndicatedJ difference If Kvrrnl cloudy nights follow the first observation of the star It IH only icc iHHitry to multiply three mlniitcH and M HocomlH by the number of days hint Hive elapsed ulncc thoohKUtll lion rind the product deducted from OIl hour tiny clock iiidlcatcH tho first night ccnr enough for the Kccond observation Rives time time the cluck or watch ought to 4 show The wane star CUll oitlybedl served during n few W9cJd for J18 lit galnf nearly an hour In a fortnight Jt t will in a short tunic come totlfo hii rldlan in broad daylight avid bccohieiH visible In milking the obncrviltion car n1nst bo taken that n planet in not choHcn niHtcnd 6f netar Acldltlonnl to the fact that the light of fixed stars twIiikleK while that of planets la steady because reflected U sure nennrl of dl8 tingiilfhing between them lis to first watch A certain star attentively forfew nights If it changes its place with jcgard to the other stars it IIs a plptiejl maIntnln regard t each othen Detroit Free Press I1 nnngrr In the Sponge Prof Lang of Vienna declares that sponges owing to the impoiatbllity ot destroying germs in them have longwelnce been banished from the flUrgebat I tableland should alsd btexcluded fnmt t n YMedical tStn iJfOJ F g cif I 4 a t Liver Illslice WMouincsj dyspepsia headache eO MtUn soar stomach Indigestion are promp awed fcy floods Pffij They do tfcek work Hoodseasily sad thoroughly II r Best alter dinner pills 9B cents AH druggists PillsPrepared by C 1 Hood Co Lowell Mass The only Ill to take wIth Hoods SaritparilU 4 O o LAll lRTE IfEWti A pumpkin pie factory is the latest industry opened up In Wayne county Fersickles Scott one of Lexington- plonoera died last week aged 88 years A It is thought an extra session of the legislature will soon be called by Cover nor Bradley Notice of contest has been filed by J Soul Smith against R P Stoll in the Lexington district An old grudge caused the fatal shoot ing of G E Land by John Northcutt near Lebanon last week At Cyntbiana ox convict Wren was hold over in tho sum of 2000 on tho t charge of beating his wife Tho electric street railway at Frank fort was stopped last week Receipts not enough to pay cxponsos Mrs Eugenia Elrod who sued tho Adams express company for 80000 damages at Louisville lost her case W n Duvall an Owen county far mer presented tho editor of the Owen News with a beet weighing 17j pounds Alonzo Huddlcflton fell from a bridge near Russellvillo and was killed A bottle of whisky in his pocket escaped injuryIt raid that the Republican school board at Newport RIIllnt busted al most and there is a great hustling around for funds Jim Burke the negro who shot Petor Shea near Lusby Mills Owen county Saturday before tho election was given a life sentence A woman gave birth to a bouncing boy while passing through Kings moun tain tunnel oj a south bound passenger train tho other day James Fagan tho man who threw alighted cigar into Secretary Carlisles face after ho had spoken in Covington was fined 10 and costs Northcutt ft Co of Lancaster slaughtered Jfi000 turkeys for the eastern mar trots last year and this reason they ex pect to increase this to 30000 Tho Kentucky Colonel Iis tho name of A new publication that will be issued in magazine form each Sunday by several literary young men at Paducah Tho Burns Garden case has been com promised at Grconup each side paying its own costs Garden sued Burns for 5OOQJor tho seduction of his daugh ter All Democrats who voted the Palmer or McKinley ticket at the recent election a are barred from voting at the Democrat ic primary soon to bo hold in Fleming countyJoseph Riley and King Spencer engaged In a shooting frolic near Argillito Grccnup county lost week Five shots were exchanged between them but nei ther was hurt- Throughout the state Republican plo grabbers aro at work Almost every postoflko has from three to five aspirants to handle the mail under tho incoming administration A Panther creek correspondent makes the startling statement that within two t months thirtysix persons have died of typhoid fever within a radius of five miles of Panther Davie a county r D P Coulter who mysteriously dis appeared from his homo in Mayfield in r October has been located in Bowie county Texas He is said to bo mental ly deranged and it is said that ho is destitute An internal revenue Inspector visited the saloons and drug stores in Frankfort and inspected the liquors on hand Ho found the stock watered in a number of I places and these will have to pay fines r ranging from 50 to 500 each A Graves county girl is said to have I 1iwapped a boy a kiss says the Murray jgKi She failed to come up to herb J iit I JJ The lOUD fellow Y4 r f f L I it 1 q ft rr i took it anyhow and Is now In jail wrv out a t76 floe for breach of the peace While opossum hunting on Little Rutherford ed injuries that may prove fatal In addition to internal hurts an arm was broken several ribs fractured and his knee badly twisted Since the election plenty of gold has gettingIevery day for taxes The old colored man takes great delight in planking down tho yellow metal for his Sheriffs receipt but where does be get the gold t A Mayfield woman who has studied church lairs pretty carefully thus defines them fA church fair is a place where wo can spend more money than wo can ineorder to please people wo dont like and to help tho heathens who aro happier than we Bob Farrell the noted convict died last week in the Frankfort penitentiary Ho was sent up from Mason county for life for killing Thomas Calvert It was charged on trial that Farrell had betray ed Calverts daughter and when Calvert sought tc bring him to account for it Farrell killed him A phenomenon was observed in tho 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