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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t t I r r HE H ELOREEN llERALEs 0 1 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell INCER COOPER Owner and Editor 1181 i bra NUjr World With New From All Nation LumbTliiR at Hli Ilnck I 16100 A YEAR Always In Advance dv of = ELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 8 1896 NUMBER OOi 4 lion and Eastern Railway fj9 i Tablo in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No 5- TIONS No 1 Dnilex Daily Sunday iagtop 10 00 nm 4 35 pw nit 0 31 nm 3 55 JIm cbester 0 10 um 2 35 pm ie 8 84 nm- U 2 00 pm Fids 8 37 nm 1 10 pm i amtonon 7 55 am 10 48 uui dee 7 13 am 10 17 am- ratfrldge 7 38 am 10 07 Illn rent 7 24 am 0 35 uinl ttfve Jc 7 03 nut 8 25 ant reeFk5C 6 53nm 8 00 am thol 032 am 7 18 am stars C OS um 6 30 nil- bon 0 00 nm 0 10 nm LEAST BOUND u8TI ex Daily Sunday I 1 iwlngtonM 2 20 pinl 0 30 nm Aron 2 47 pm 7 08 nip 11Pfdcheslerl 3 071111 8 10 am larlleMj 3 21 pro 8 54 nrn Mian Flds 3 37 pm 014 nm e7 cityII 3 55 pm 11 45 nm- fttiton i 4 05 pml 12 10 pm jFlltob 4 18 pat 12 41 IU Dtndee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Jit Bridge 4 37 pm 120 pm pmjBealtyvet pmfAtholI punlaeksonI I f S Noil nnd 2 arrive and depart from C S 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart fromi Netherland JD LiVINGSTON r Vice Pros and Gen Man f CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent iIvoRi lNTILN- OVEMBER 1st i Our 50011atches at 1100- jj 11 800 Qoo II 1000 700 11 2000 1500 10000 n 7500 I FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT I 1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at 90c and upward Fino Clocks at 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver mid x Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately I low pric- esIFRED j HEINTZ f 135 E MAIN STREET Near P Or LEXINGTON KY t WURMSAfU WHITES CRE- AMVERM1FUOE M FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Remedies r EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD IIY ALL DBVOQrTQ t pr ciat ionsi iiciunnnox BIDCM ti r 7 J J d TAUxREE M D il Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- IfeTSurgery and obstetrics nspccialty WT COLVIN WITHF TRIMBLE BROTHERS1- 1o1es31e 6roaers MT STERLING gY- t r fit For Tin 1IJmALDII MABLE PAGES FOLLYj BY ANIBAS Pretty Mable Page was sixteen years old when her parents sent her to the lit tie village of Waterloo to attend school amilovedwas the second daughter of fond and idolizing parents Her father honest John Page as called poorblncksmithwho was once a beautiful Irish girl worked day in and day out that they might be able to keep their pretty daugh ter in school Myrtle their eldest daughter lladlit the age of ten years gone to live with a maiden aunt and nt the tender nge of fifteen years had married a welltodo widower against the consent of her pur cuts therefore they and her beautiful young sister had never seen their Myrtle since her wedding day Since Myrtles marriage she hind lived with her husband in Clayton England Mr Pages highest ambition was that Mable might obtain a good education so that she might be able to care for him and her mother in their old age But she hud been in school only a few months when she met Edmund Burke He was a tall stalwart young man of twenty two summers and the only son of n wid owed mother Edmund was a good stu dent and his teachers learned to love hint as they hind Mnble Page lIe mill Mable became fast friends nnd their friendship ripened into love When vacation came Edmund accom panied liable to her cozy country home andnsked Mr Page for his beautiful daughter It was a great surprise to both Mr and Mrs Page for they were made to believe that table wouldnot give her heart to any man until her school days were ended But Mr Page knew it was his daughters wish nnd her will had always been the law on the Page farm therefore he placed his daughters hand in the hand of Edmund Burke saying My children you have my blessings anti hearty good wishes Edward may liable prove to you as good a wife as her mother has been to me Edmund spent a week nt the Page cot tage and everything was arranged for the wedding which was to take place in the early fall Twice a week the postman brought a letter from Edmund to Mable Time flew by The wedding day was not far off The brides robe was made The little parlor of the Page cottage was dec orated with a neat but cheap suite of furnitureEverything was in readiness when a telegram was received stating that Mr Pages daughter Myrtle Redmond was dangerously ill at her home in Clayton England and her request was that they should all hasten to her The first thought was of Edmund A telegram was sent to him stating that the marriage must be postponed until their return Little did Edmund Burke think what an awful fate awaited him Mr Page and family hastened to the bedside of their dying daughter and sister They found her surrounded by all the wealth her beautiful young life could think of In her child wish for or even hood she had dreamed of wealth Now she possessed nan by marrying a man lint she had several years her senior been perfectly happy with him Before she died she called her beauti ful young sister to her and told her she loved her as only a fond sister could to her what it was love and she pictured and to have a home sur to be a lady of life and rounded by every luxury Durke begged her to give up promising her all of her wealth and the in whichshe beautiful and costly house lived She told Mable it was her own and it should be hers if she would only heed her sisters dying request table thought this a grant offer and Was much elated She could almost tee herself mistress of this costly mansion consulted and it wasI Her parents were that she should never see agreed upon Edmundagain lntror1ucedhat In the meantime Myrtle her husbands JOn who had long been in of Mable He was a love with a photo I IJ- di handsome youth of twenty summers and I it was the dying request of Myrtle that J Mablo should marry her husbands son Hoy Everything was settled and Myr J tie kissed her sweet young sister and closed her beautiful dark eyes in peaceful nnd silent slumber They buried her in the handsome cemetery at Clayton with all the honors a wealthy and idol izing hucband might bestow upon n be loved wife I A few days after tho death of Myrtle Muble penned Edmund these farewell f linesEustuNuYou 1 t and I must forever part Forgive and forget the past I must marry a fortune May you be a happy mini is the wish of MAIILE I After Edmund Burke read these lines t he never smiled again He wrote Mablo only a few lines saying MAiun You have crushed my heart You have spoiled my life 0 God for give you for I can not I I would have made you n good husband but then good bye EDMUND Mable Page read these few lines int her own room of that beautifuland cost Ily mansion And wept us she had never wept before 1 Time flew by everything was arranged and Mablo was soon to become tho wife i of Roy Itcdmond The wcddiiig day was only three weeks off but toy roost go away for a short time and would rev turn a week previous to the wedding I day Ho went to France where his sis ter lived lie wrote Mable long and loving letters nod sent her many beautiful and costly presents from France The wedding trousseau was finished and lay on a couch before beautiful hnplcstt liable Page It was of fine heavy broI code almost covered with diamonds and costly lace It was considered the mostII beautiful trousseau ever seen in the city of Clayton Mr and Mrs Page were delighted It had never appeared to them that their beautiful Miiblo was not happy But she was not She often thought of her lost and forsaken love away back among the vinoclad hills of Ireland nod wept bitterly Only the day before Roy was to re turn he wrote Mablo he could not como until the day before their wedding No one doubted Boy Redmond for he seemed HO honest mill so true The day came for Roy to return but he did not They all seemed very restless at the Page man sion Mnble did not leave her roomI that day Many handsome presents were left at the house also hundreds of cards and letters of congratulations ThoI church in which they were to be married was beautifully decorated and every thing was in readiness That evening the once beautiful liable Page now as palo as death and trembling from head to foot read a short noto from Roy Redmond stating his marriage twoI days previous to a young French heiress After that site never smiled again Her parents and friends did all they could to comfort tho poor unhappy girl but all in vain They lived on in theirI wealth and luxury but Mablo hardly knew where she lived or how She had never heard of Edmund since his little noto came to her five months ago She supposed ho had forgotten all about her when nno day she purchased some books When she reached home sho found they were wrapped in an old newspaper published at Waterloo Ire land where she bad gone to school She scanned page after page and readof many of schoolmates and friends Some had died nnd some had married but as yet she had read nothing of Edmund When she reached the last page she noticed one column beaded Suicide and it went ou to tell how Edmund Burke had committed suicide over tho beayti tiful Mablo Page whom they had all known and loved as a beautiful young school girl She had been engaged to Edmund and had forsaken him for some wealthy man in England and that she was now no doubt living in wealth and luxurv ignorant of what her folly had doneThis was too much for poor Mable Her parents took her Germany where they bought a cozy home in tho country There they still live with the beautiful and unhappy Mable though many years have passed and gone She has bad many offers of marriage but she never ceases to think of her first love and the l II t little mound on the hillside in far away Ireland where she visits once a year For wealth sho lost the man she loved and for wealth she lost the one sho did not love and for her folly she is still Mablo Page Merit It There are many persons today out of employment and who feel that life is not worth living Yet if wo merit it wo shall find work even in these hard times Seventyeight applied for a single posi tion which was given to a man reduced to poverty a man who once received u salary of11i0 per month in the better days lie said to meIII realize now the necessity of making my employers feel that my services are valuable to them and I am trying to hold my position on merit alone This is n point many lose sight of and to which tho attention of young people is called There are too many that watt something for nothing J I have never forgotten the advice an Institute conductor gave to tho teachers several years ago lie said Earn 110 for every dollar you get and youll hold n your position When you begin to feel that u district cannot get along without you resign before you are dismissed for this dismissal will surely follow Qood advice to any one This professor is prcs ident of one of the best Normal schools in the northwest a position which ho has held eight years on merit Tis true many gain positions through influence and in this way hold them in spite of inabilities This iis not the rule however nnd we must strive to obtain position by merit IfI wo would hold it and rise to a better sta tion To barely do the work assigned in barely passable manner is not enough We must do our work in the lest possible manner with neatness and dispatch Those looking for snaps and wanting something for nothing richly deserve to beg for positions no Ill retract this They nro to be pitied because they were not properly trained This world is not so hall n world AH sonic would like to make it Then whether good or whether hall Depends on how we take it Oeo W Colborn in Word and Works Braco Up and Take a Fresh Grip The following from nn exchange is such nn excellent piece of advice that if followed will bring business nnd prosperity to all Quit talking hard times Quit moanI ing about close collections Quit stand ing off the man you owe when ho comes after what is duo him Loosen up on that job work you were going to have done after the election Make th080I purchases that you promised yourself toI make at that stone time In short start things ofT with u boom Meet your brother business man on theI street with a smile nnd say things are boomingthat you aro busythat tho outlook iis fine In two days youll find it so and so will those you meet andI greet This world is ekactly what you make it and you can make it either one of brightness and anticipation or doubt and dark despair With tho election settled there lIn no reason why this country should not at onco take up its old time swing of pros perity Business should revive and money como forth for investment In this work each and every one can help Talk prosperity and good things Look prosperous and happy and youll bo surprised to see how fast the contagion spreads Its a good time to start tho new dealright away The expression just my luck is a favorite ono with many boys and girls It would bo well to memorize the fol lowing proverbs Luck is waiting for something to turn pLaborwith keen eyes and a strong will will turn up something Luck lies in bed and wishis the postman would bring him news of a legacy Labor turns out at oclock and with a busy pen or ringing hammer lays the foundation of competence Lurk whines Labor whistles Luck relies on chances Labor relies on character Luck slips down to poverty Labor strides upward to independ ence Selected 11 I a TEAR HUNTING 1 The Experience of a Raster Is the MOB tain rjA special to the Lexington Morning Herald says On last Tuesday Steve Debart shot and killed a black bear near Red river in Menefco county which Is about five miles northeast of Dundee station on tho Lexington und Eastern railway MM r Dehart WAS thirteen days out on tho hunt of the bear when ho found his den in a ledge of rocks about 250 feet from tho ground and ho hud to go over a cliftC 80 feet higher Leaving his gun and two dogs on top of tho cliff ho went into t tho den to look for tho bear avid na ho war crawling along into the den tiff bear node a roaring noise and then De hart ran back on top of the cUff for thergun and n dog The dog had to bo tied s by the bend with n ropo nnd lot over the cliff into tho den when all at onco the benr seized tho dog by the throat killing him instantly Then another dog wes lowered in the den and wt tho bear mado rush for the dog Stove shot tho bear between tho eyes slightly wounding him The bear regained his feet and got back into his den remaining there until next morning while Dehart lay by the den all night trying to punch tho bear out with n pole Then early the next morning ho run a long polo into tho den and as tho bear made n rush for tho mouth of tho den Stove shot him in tho head this shot being fatal About this time Dehart felt that ho did not want nny more bear hunts with n squirrel rifle The bear weighed about 100 pounds net and wits about ten years old Tho boars hide when tacked to the wall was six feet ten incite long and fivo feet broad AKTEUSKVKIIAL FAITHFUL f or women to travel for responsible cs tnhliflhml liiinse in Kentucky Salary 780 Payable 15 weekly nnd expanses eelnddlresperiniinent lUTuronie Kndoso sed envelope The National Star Bundling Chicago 2218 Good Cause For Suicide William Hnrmnn n resident of Titus ville Pa committed suicide n few IInY8 ago from n melancholy conviction that ho was lute own grandfather Hero is the singular letter that ho left I married a widow who hud a grown up daughter My hither visited our house very often fell in love with my stepdaughter and married her So my father became my soninlaw and my stepdaughter my mother because she was my fathers wife Some time afterwards my wife had a sou he was my fathers brother ht n v nnd my uncle for ho was the brother of my v stepmother My fathers wifeI1 o my stepdaughterhindalso a son ho wasof course my brother nnd in tho meantime my grandchild for ho was the son of my daughter My wife was my grandmother because she was my mothers mother I wns my wifes husband nnd grandchild nt tho same time And as tho husband- of a persons grandmother is bin grand father I wan my own grandfather A Campion correspondent to tho Lou Levine Evening Post interviewed Hon J O Lykins in reference to tho election of a United States senator from Ken tucky and Mr Lykins stated to hint that under no circumstances would lie vote for JO S Blackburn or any other free silver advocate Ho said that ho believed that the sound money Demo crate of both houses should vote forACarlisle for senator In reply to the question Who do you believe will bo elected to tho senate 1 ho said that it was his opinion that tho Republicans would elect Gov Bradley on the first ballot Mr Lykins said that Itlis a duty tho sound money Democrats owe to tho soundmoney people of tho state tolied p a free silver man out of the senate front the state of Kentucky Detective Drake left Jackson ten days since for the purpose of locating SbcrIWij Bryant Last Monday a telegram wasfreceived by Bryants bondsmen from j Drake conveying tho information that hebad Bryant under arreat at Menu Ark where he had opened a store rilh ifi stock of goods worth thirtyfive hundred f dollars The receipt of the telefilm created quite a sensation on the strH J Jacksori Hustler 1l r li1i WA nERFhfty bushels of etv porn Ji1 for cash The lowest Mdd will t the contract ArPIjr t tkls oLe W C- i1 oJjJ f Y F 1 I vrk 1 l jh j- I YW- a J n tt 1 + rir I 1 S J- s 1- ai 4 r THE HERALD e1- ti j 1 d BPENCER COOPEB IMtolUJUft J UAZKL OREBN t I lEY- II BRITANNIAS ESTATES Jfn English Journal Takes Occasion to Do a Little Ilragging It Is safe to any that never has a mon arch been called upon to reign over n realm of greater extent or wider In r ilucnco than that whlchacknowledges Victoria ao queen and empress The British tales alone consist of not far short of 1000 distinct islands 01 a Islets Their area is 121115 square idles forming the boundaries within which some 18300000 males and nearly 10500000 females live move and have their being The British empire is a 1ulltlcollrea deft without parallel in the world history It is scattered here there and everywhere with nn area approaching 30000000 nqunrc miles Its 100000000 Inhabitants represent all degrees and jphaseH of civilization The queen Christian subjects are in the minority Micro being noo000000 Hindoos some 70000000 Mohammedans and 8000000 Buddhists Something like 110 lan gunges and dialects arc spoken in this vast realm In each of which the Bible ib printed The union jack now floats triumph antly over a continent 100 peninsulas dOO promontories 1000 lakes double that number of rivers and no less than 10000 Islands This stupendous estate enables the llrltlshcr to perform a fens which the natives of no other nation glut Imitate to circumnavigate the globe nnd touch n portion of the nation Til possessions the whole journey Sailing from England lie makes for Hall flax N S dishes across Canada to Vancpuver thence by the Pacific to Hong long Resuming his way he halts nt Singapore Pcuang Mauritus jOape Town St Helena the last place beIng the lust stoppage ere Britains white cliffs are reached There is however an alternate route after arrlv ing nt Ponang thence he cnn go to Ceylon Bombay Adau Perlm Malta Gibraltar anti home again i All zones are embraced in the lint ish empire front tho icy wilderness of Hudson Bay lo the tropical jungles of India There is scarcely a product ol commercial value which n British prov inca does not bring forth in the highest perfection Notwithstanding the di versified elements comprised in tills enormous organization the gocrnmelltI with very rare exceptions maintains prder nnd there Is no apparent sign ofIdissolution Without n doubt tho most splendid jewel in the queens crown is the In alan empire which is equal in size Jt we exclude Russia to the continent of Europe Its population bordering n 100000000 In composed of a variety 1 of distinct nationalities professing IIIpuilUtiido1 of religions practicing di differenttongaexthere arc over 100 distinct languages as apart froth dialects spoken in India j Many of the races are further divided by discordant prejudices conflicting social usages atoll antagonistic material Snercfibi The diversified elements con ptitntiiuj the Indian possessions represent according to a late governor gemi oral ns complicated n social and polltl cnl organization as ever taxed human ingenuity to govern and administer i cunsidernblylarger 1 jtorlnnce among BritanniaH eslateIacross the seas The Australian col hides have progressed by leaps and i hounds during the lust generation but their present greatness and importance give but the slightest indication of the 1 future which awaits them There can bo no doubt that they lire destined to I rival European countries In wealth pop ulation and the qualities which make a great nation There are huge tracts pff country still undeveloped and when that great drawback the limited water supply la completely conquered Aus tralia will Himpy forge attend By the way New South Wales has the credit of having produced tho largest yetbeheldijnd its statistics wero thus developed Weight 640 pounds width 3 feet 2 Inches height 4 feet 0 inches nnd last tint most important of all its value was r no less than 150000 Who would not willingly undergo nn attack of gold fever if certain of finding similar nug get London Mall Fall of firmness If you would refuse occasionally when those hateful men ask you to drink said Mrs Booce you would ipot be coming home in this condition you lack firmness character Dont you blecvo nossin of time sort said Mr nooct with much dig pity The fellers tried to start me homo nioron two hours ngoClneln V vatlw Enquirer 1 No Nerd or Masts I Weary Reporter Any assignment for- so today City Editor briskly Yes Go so Delaware and get a job in a powder mill and when an explosion occurs 1 wrUc it up I V upCity can wait tillIyeucome down Harlem Life 1 Idiot once BMsant simply boy Illt li7IMiL111erpeale it this aria aY t Ott A FAMILY DISGRACE Behdldmycheekis flushed with shame I turn away mine eyes Because that onewho bears my name lath sinned In grievous wIse Decauso a very llttlo dame Hath sinned beyond her size With Caroline a patriarch Of five to serve as guide She started happy ns n lark her tickl W3111darkI I saw that she had crtad Then Carolina iletnllrd the case And I could plainly see That shame must And afoldlnR place For ayo and nyo with rite And that the family dlngraca Was of profound degree I saw It then I see It now That for my wee girls crime The brand must he upon my brow Kor nil the future time litilpoil my woo can scarce allow Tho use of fitting rhyme 1 know whatorr has dignified My namo must pees away And that the children will deride And seeing me will say Theres Mr Jones whose baby cried In school the other day Ones I was designated by These tykes ns Mr Jones Who tins tho wheel thats geared so high Or That nice man who owns The great big dog named Nellie Lily That lives by Harry Stones Such witnesses no more theyll bring When Im Identlllcd Of mo theyll only say this thing In audible aside Ills little girl went visiting- In school one day and cried Behold my cheek Is all aflame I turn away mine eyes Because a very tittle dame Who sinned beyond her size Hath brought her family to shame Which nothing can disguise Chicago Record ONE OF THE LEAST nV F M IIOWMU a II13KK were three of theta on the train two young girls und a young 1111111 and they were evidently on a lark rw well ns on a journey The three occu pied two seats tilt girls sitting together nnd time young man lacing them with their one tnlis on the sent beside him They had looked out of the window until they were tired of that htm chuffed the newsboy and asked the jbrakcmon nonsensical questions untilI they hind earned a sharp answer from each and were now left with only the other passengers to furnish material for fun At the next stop an old man came in a shabby very shabby old mnn He jtook a seat near the young people and they seized upon him as n legitimate object for sport lie took off his bat tered old hat anti they giggled over tho Wet on top of his head over which his ptraggllng gray hairs were carefully combed They found matcrinl for fun in the wisp of gray heard on the aged toes and in everything he wore clean down to the crocked shoes on his font from which a knitted blue sock was trying to peep Tho old mans eyes were bleared and ted and ho leaned heavily on his cone ns the conductor ensue in Ills voice was cracked mind shrill too as he asked questions while the ofllclnl punched his ticket IIl1ellllOIelllt him ns if he would gladly send him into the secondclass If his ticket were not firstclass The roar cf the train dulled his hear fug nod lie held his trembling humid bet hind his ear to retch time conductors answer which was crisp hind unsatis factory The poor get little of that jeady courtesy which welltodo people exact ns their right from train officials THE OID MANS DISTRESS aria seen the silly young man with his high collar and low stock of good sense met with moro respect front the conductor that this aged mat The old man was intensely funny ta the trio on the lookout for humusement BUll wit such as It was circulated free ly at his expense Tho young people were to change cars at tho next itation riding a few hours on n brunch road and tho train was blowing up They pushed rudely pat the old man who was evidently prepar ing to change too acting as if time wero of the greatest importance They on tho platform as ho descended front tho car going toward the bag gag car with feeble steps I J k i l Ul A little oldfashioned hair trunk studded with brass nails stood in the baggage care and the baggageman gave it a vicious fling out upon the platform The old man winced na the tnmk struck tho platform and he hastened his steps as If to protect it Too late Like tho old man it wns weak with age and Its sides parted at the shock nnd the covet flew up from the back ns the hinge broke A groan hurl front the old mans lips nnd with trembling hinds he began to fumble helplessly at the garments which loosvned from their close pnck lug had rolled out upon the platform That your trunk daddy Sorry I dusted it for you but Tad there hell fix it up for you good ns ever cried the baggageman He was not a bad fellow when he was not in a hurry and was really sorry Going up the branch hey said tam ntationmastcr at the office Well just you wait n minute there plenty o time and Ill get n rope Jims n little too fresh when ho gets hold of nn old piece of baggage but well have it all right in a jiffy The young people stood by quite convulsed with merriment as the old man bent over his scattered property tear of distress stealing down his aged face A womans faded wrapper an old bonnet with black satin strings each core fully rolled up nnd pinned and n of shoes oven more worn than thus- upon the old mans feet lay on the platform and he was trying to fold up nJ faded plaid shawl when the baggage man came Unclel with n rope Here let me do this pappy he said lkindly Youre all unstrung and I 1 used to this kind of business lie would have taken the shawl but the oldj man resisted I cant he said his cracked vole trembling with emotion Mother hadI it round her shoulders when she died Youre kind mister but it seems likeI I cant let nobody touch her things hut me We lived together 4l years just one more would a been our golden wedding though we aint never had much gold or silver In our lives but the good Lord took her rind these clothe is nil Ive got left of her We took this trunk with us on our wedding journey I and I thought it would last to carry her things this last time Sceimcl like twouldnt be all right to put em lute a new strange trunk that didnt know herThe merriment had all gone out ol the faces of the two young girls nnd thej young man turned away and walked to the end of the platform Going to live with somebody sir SHE LAID IT HOUND Ills SHOLlr DKItS asked the hlllgngl lInn wiping his eyes apparently on account of n cinder or something of the kind which had lodged thereYes Ive n good daughter sir just like her mother nnd her husband It kind too Im taking these clothes to her and shell tally em beyond every thing He hud the failed bonnet in hit hand und wns patting it tenderly- I remember sir time day 1 bought her this ere bonnet She hadnt hind a new one in five year and sir she was so pleased when I brought it home that she kissed me Yes sir kissed me and wed been done with that sort of thing for years Not that we didnt love one another but seems like our love run co deep that there want no froth nOII bubbles the surfaceon no need ofI kissing nnd such you The baggageman 11l1lerslundII tiered If his love for n bride of n real would ever run so deep that It would not seek outward expression and he watted patiently while the old luau folded and tucked the worn garments into the little old trunk There you are sir he said respect fully sifter the strong cord was wound round amid round and the trunk made as secure as possible Theres half on hour yet to wait Come in to the lunch counter and lane a cup of hot coffee with me Thu young girls walked away nrm in mylewith her embroidered handkerchief i That poor old soul and we laughing alI hintI i It happened that the four were seated uptheand he tucked his old lint into the eoV ncrby time window frame II lid drooping his head upon it was soon fast asleep Though the day was chilly he had no overcoat One of the gay young girls flhe who had hind the grace to be ashamed slipped oft her handsome fur trimmed cape and rising gently laid it around his shoulders Her companion did not even smile nor did the young man and the train rattled on toward its destination Youths Companion LUCKY POLICIES OF INSURANCES Risk Taken Out Just In fur this Insures A very remarkable thing occurred to n Sheffield grocer a few months ago having n wife and three children do n pendent upon him and not making income iiitch more than sulllcient fJrI current expanses the grocer decided j lake out an insurance upon his life for the protection nf his family against de titiitiou in Ire scent of their being still Artily robied of his support lie ap plied to it good company and went through the usualI formalities nnd1 awaited the results A few days later after having closed his shop fur the night he was sitting iIi Isis pnrlor over the shop when he heart- the postnnns characteristic knock He throw down his pajx r and lmurrl downstairs When in the middle of u rlong steep flight his foot slipped arc tinfremainder of the stairs Into 1 below where he struck his head heavil against a metal letter box which rinsed concussion of the brain fruit which he died In the course of a fct Oays The extraordinary femurs of this 11sinry which sounds like the daring fk tion of a henuya liner is the fact that in the lotto bus at the Unto of thence dent Will the life insurance policy fu ncgfltiutingcIt hid Juan seen delivered by the post man to wlinsp knook he hind responded There nr many similar eases of pol iris being taken out at tho eleventh hour as it huts proved Only lust sum tierI a gentleman who was on the fol 1001111mitaineerins tour through Switzerland went to a big London insurance corn pang to go through thin final formal stirs and got his policy This was done and he left time ollice which is situatedj in a thoroughfare where the traffic i F seriously congested Turning straight out of the oAlce without looking where he was going he ran into the horse o l a hansom by whi h he was knockedI down nod fatally injured A strange case illustrative of the value of newspaper insurance whichJ has become popular of recent years Ins Kugland Win that of a country carpen ter He lia1 just knocked ofT work from n near station and was loitering about talking to the porters when n train came in and stopped From one of tlio compartt mitt is directly opposite time e 1I r pentcr a Icntlcnian alighted lettvin n pajHT upon the seat The man men boned the fact to him and being in formed that it was no longer wanted he took possession of it for himself tread n oviceis evening pipe He put iitf in his povket and after a few more remarks tK time porters went off home malting his way nlong the railway which in the country is a much more omnioii Milng than Iis supposed Ahoit half way homo ho was overtaken by i train knocked intro and killed instant ly His wife very promptly it is re markable how prompt I COle eau he under then circumstances put in her claim for the insurance of which tli l pnlieTit Hi Is BULLETS MADE A HAILTONE- It Wait fired Into n Spnin nnil Come DIMTII KnriiHril In Ice Col lark III Uestoott of London Kngiaml who has been Hpenilng a couple of months in Chicago and the west in the interest of a syiuliciHo which owns considerable mining prop erty in this country is responsible for the following account of a singular natural phenomenon His story is as follows One lint tiny a couple of weeks since I was ruling along a mountain road him Colorado on my way to a mine in which I Ion interested when I noticed high above mo soaring in majestic circle an ogle I hind a jitlll Winchester slullgI zeros my bnek and it was but the work of c moment tot unslingthcgunand fire at the bird which appeared to be direct Ily above mo The shot was n clear miss ind not caring to waste any more cart midges I was about to ride on when I IllliltIby an unseen hand which foilI into a little witlilite0alldirectionsI ainimmnnd scraping bark the leaves nilIOlllshldas a ns a goose egg and about time Snipe shape Upon close wizfurtherridehullI t have speculated a great deal over this phenomenon since that time and the hnllIIIgathered i wlrlingmotloll htltItlulllmaudescribed Flgmtporchthllutistbei What makes you think so h IIIIokl9jlookzconomlcalHulTlllo Sufflolrnt Unto PWhatIntarecMIhnVV10ncmorrow Is my best girlsbirthday and 1 thoprclentIllustrated S U l f A LITTLE NONSENSE pU what is your fatmother me to do a Sew little odd jobs aro the hOllseTltUitB eUffdlrcctedtZIhea peas1 throubhthemice L llea call and pay your washing blllyo laundress TitBlu reaiIngj remarked Mrs rankstown Are therl to be too tight or too Joose askedJlrLl C- hrToaidnfitcyelometerlaadt nccQrater not at all like some cyclometersvhlc4ii herleyopcLady bareyonytblngahout ii IMIdtyitriesmrrdoesthe i answer When we went to the theater last night your hat and sleeves enabledt rr What is the complainants ropuJ nakedthtlawyeranswered the witness though in tellii ling about the size of sonless he hu killed he seems to be inclined to eta nl10ostnuylcngt11IndinnapolisJourmini COLLEGE BOYS AND THEIR PIPES Tbu1ii The colleges are opening now and col lego boysthey call themselves mon ore providing themselves with cvcrj killlnot to mention the college Itself Non every college nina knows that smoke cuts n prnlfy generous figure ins college life Nicotine is the traditional seasoning of erudition So to every college lad the tobacco question is paramount Long college days and college nights seem incomplete without the pipe Tobacco is purl of the college romance And from time ts glilac statisticians have made record of the tobaccousing student and those who forswore smUke They have tried to draft lessons from the figures and many a freshman has ridded tohisslccli of terrors the fear that he might tarn per himself with the tobacco babit keep himself off the honor list nnd wlndl tip heaven knows where a victim 1c the weed Just to afford the bnIsnm of comfoit to the collegiate no doubt II wise msm by the name of Di Drysdalc has wilt ten to the British Medical Journal a wholeI revelationI The collegian who thinks he la tLc only pebble on the beach is a much mistaken boy All these facts and flgurti about tobacco and the people who ice it anti the people who dont use it nnd the effect of it op their intellects nnd all that wore put into tables long uefoie ho was even in swaddling clothes Dr Jrysdale says that Bertiilon tie wise and thoughtful Frenchman figured out and displayed the whole 1 business in J8v He gathered statisij tics about college boys and their saioki JIlStCtUh1 Perhaps indeed there is a double lIc son in these old figures shout the ef j feet of smoke on the capacity for mid leetual labor i The school which Bcrtillion in 1JS j hose for his observation was the Icljr technic of Paris a school which if famous wherever real education has even nun heard of j He found on inquiry made by him conLL crniiig the pupils of the Polytechnic school of Paris that lOS of the pupils uuokinl end 52 did not smoke He then irranged the ICO pupils in eight Jiri ions according lo the place they hcltl in examination SO in each rank zed foundof the UO who stood highest fls wIre smokers 0 ml 14 noiisinokcrs Of the next M ten were smokers and lei i nonsmokers of time next SO 11 smoked snd nine did not smoke thus sho bp how much higher thenonsniokerasiopil j Intellectually than the habitual sirok 1 ors He also found that the mean rankfl1 i the smokers as compared wlththud the nonsmokers deteriorated from their entering to their leaving the school N As a result of Bertlllons inquiry the minister of public instruction of France issued n circular addressed to the di cctors of schools nnd colleges frrbJd lIng the use of tobacco and cigars to students X Y Journal jInused in battle by Indian troops blt they are only used as beasts of bur don and drought for artillery tint IB y ancient times they were used iin thee fact as lighting animals and taught j to swing chains and bars of metal s their trunks There is however efeq that time last campaign W which they were regularly used In limns was that of the year 1601 the great Akbar subdued 11tetI andsto1- iIndiaChicago Chroticle I I IIlhY H9 FARMING WORLD BOUT KAFFJR CORN FolntUli Supplied tqr thaKaoM Experiment Station ttttni bulletin issued by tho JKon sreerlmeflt station says that in Jj season red Kafllr corn will to ja about 12 or 14 weeks Planted fce jnlddle or latter part of May the i tripe by the middle ol September jlt should be harvested at once fodder will remain green wn L but this fact should not bo mad e fljxcuse for putting oft the bares h The earlier it is out after the see Jtpethe more 1me will there be stalks to cure which is an essential especially if the fodder Is staclcod liof the many good corn cutters o market will do the work Wfcen Jtieed has dried out sulllclently BO i be stored which condition it will pa 4 reach until the end of November fthoald be threshed It is true th jiar growers foeil the crop as it cola nthe shock seed and nil but it is vtiteful way to handle it though of tgUto the cost of threshing and grind i fii must be taken into consideration jtd doubtless there are considerations tjfitr which this cost will exceed the Hluo of the waste incurred by feeding Without threshing or grinding Oue jay of proceeding is to gather the heads d the field us corn is gathered before 4e crop is cut A better way IE to cut- ie heads off in the stock after the jted is dryand thresh them at once ft have on one occasion threshed the bole stolk but this has the ohjectio- fist the fodder in badly broken up an italso requires that the stalks shall it well cured in order to avoid heating hen stacked We have also threshe- byIt taking each armful of fodder aU 4Jddng the heads into the cylinder for ia Instant but this method requires cropjBdrile fodder in the process of stacking or jtaing away must be handled any my As ui the handling of corn fod I etitis desirable to save as much time M possible The seed JH hard and brittle especially the red Fort and will mnetimes crack badly in threshing mien this is the case it can largely be KBcdied by removing the concave i- the n thresher and putting in hoard in stead For the reason noted above the seed should be ground and the liner tIll better in order to utilize it to the best advantage ADDITION FOR PLANTS Ho the IhCI1II1J HOIIKK flay lit Irovlilrtl with OUt Cheaply A small plant house can quite readily be provided by building an addition to the sunny side of the dwelling house If this is given too much the aspect of i greenhouse by making the addition rectangular and having a glass roof VIEW OF PLANT HOUSE toe appearance of the house Is seriously Injured as the addition savors too mucht ol commercial plant growing A per spective visa of an added plant roomt that Is at once a graceful addition to aI Muse anti a most serviceable room for nccoulpauyinmustration planFigsent The circular shape gives great access to the sunlight while the room FLOOR PLAN v rL made high enough FO that glass is centerbench slewiroolUudJolumg parnte the two rooms One who IsII vJWhlng of n mechanic Gnu construct i wSvlthout the aid of n carpenter but cal1JentcrfeJayoncctlons at roof and sides of the c Wse Orangc Judd Farmer 1- It UUIlIIlt1I1tthe has dlIi fired the process of sorting wool gout processesithereto to be dangerous Wripua to health Chicago Intel f entt Ibla poor economy to feed wet fod R to stock by scattering ou the oa a rainy day M I HOUSING THE HOGS A Structure Which L at Qaoe CnNhAII InexpeastveThe 01stoneI platioofheight laay be erected doeua Il whereIlI haatdt I the use oUfo1cps buildInrear wall is mad S lower then the front the ridge of thedmnof running along the true front o 1th pensThe h pen consists of hanging door a Fig i swinging back uand forth withla the trough and hd Itthrust in either position by Q sliding latch tittroughe e tbrncketR removable by the use ot separable thaI a SWINGING DOOR pissbyo thou from side to side and ordinarily piul I tirod0 blockWhen loading hogs on a wagon the againstdtermd c level by cutting soil from beneath the wheels The front of the platform is temporarily boarded up while the open door closest the hock One of the hanging doors Iis now re moved and the hogs era driven along the passage in front of the pens oft upon the platform which is level with the floors and into the wagon with but little persuasion Between the pens lire sliding doors held in position by a pin or loll Jxmssin gi through the door null working in a scries of holes iu one of the partition board In this way large and small animal may bo separated for feeding and yet all have access to the sum oI yard through the same door or part niybi shut in ut pleasure The doors that communicate with the yard nr double an outer door which may ba permanently closed and a swing duet hung between the posts shutting ou wind lain and sooty when tho outer door Is open To facilitate the removal of the excrement an opening of a few inches next the floor at the rear ol the pens extends the entire length of the building This is closed by n ear row board in sections of a few feet in length hung just above it and resting against the edge of the floor which ex tends nn inch or two beyond the sill as represented at c Fig 2S P Shull in Farm and Home FACTS FOR FARMERS Every hog feeder should know at what weight to sell Ewes should always be in a thrifty condit ion when bred Every feeder should know the ration that is beut for his animals Kind treatment generally begets a gentle disposition in a horse Plenty of salt and water will help to maintain good health with hogs On many farms during the roll months is one of the lest times to drain The corn shucking should he pushed now Get it all under shelter as soon as possible Of all animals on time farm the sheep in usually credited with being the bct- weed and briar enter There should be a sufllcient growth of grass left on the meadows to proper ly mulch the plants Farmers Union IrppiirliiK Ijincl for IrrlKiitlon The successful irrigator pays first attention to leveling his land for it is important to secure an even distribution Surplus water should not be per If there are witted to stand anywhere low places which are not properly drained they receive more than their share of water which will settle in hem making the groundsoggy and it there is anyclay in the soil will cause 1anotdry out In It to bake Tey timeto be cultivated when the higher portions are in the best conditions A uniform conidttlon of the soil over the whole field Is n eticalIneccss- it Thirty minintes after time water has ceased to flow over the surface there should be standing no water In any- part If you would have Ideal irrigation- In no other way is this practicable ex cept to level the Iland to start upon Kural World A Hint for Urglnnri with fowls If you are beginning dont think that your first step is to or cress thatdevise some new variety shall knock out nil others ot one crack Take the breeds which others nave ex- perImented with and brought upta II of strength and productiveness cannot be questioned This country that baT plenty of varieties What it salaams and leas needs is more poultry fanciers R g- Y OLD AGE BRINGS RESEMBLANCE Rhea terr Ck ijfleet M mfeon et BfemUlM Look LIte K ok Other Age brlB s out family Ukcaase or resemblance as nothing elae can or tw remarked a scientist who has flren much attention to the study of physiology and its running mute phys Starfthey are so much occupied by other pasIthey do not show any of the llncamentt of their parents Ilea old age cornea on them however they show many off the resemblances of the parent stock Take your own circle for illustration If you are old enough to remember the parents of say ut your friends or theybcome out There are of course some people who have the general features and appearances of their parents and IB many coses of both father and moth er though In most cases of but one and that most likely of tiin father in their youth and through their life There are others though who hod none of the marked family likenesses until they reached an advanced age By this I mesa SO years or so In many cases persons have shown in their own faces none of the family likenesses they reached very advanced ages and It grows more ami more marked ns they leeI re the milestones of age behind them MAIMED MOTOR MAN Drutrti Out of Shujin fry n Trrullnr 1L cair llu In Made Whole Fioin tIt Criitt Katt LUtriMu Uli i It Is hardly ueccnsiiry to introduce Mr Robert CollliiBivooU lo tho people of East Liverpool Ohio as everybody In that sec thou of the country knows him but to those who have uot the iilensuro of his iiciualnU motormanton the East Liverpool nod Wellsvlllo Hloo trio Street Hallway anti ho IIIIH tho esteem Iud bar hall the nyinputhy the community In which ho reside tin account of a lotto rucKiiiKilitcaso which builleil the skull of physleiitun In fort fur months ho was thought to be tho must unforttinutc of men as ho hiy upon his bed enduring cxmidal Itic agonies Ills llmbc were ilniwn out or hOlleIl pver helnn able to put hits hand to n lever i expectedWhile Its hisfcnefltCnllinget began to sours was report for duty at tho power house of the oinimny ret covery ho saW To Dr Williams 1lnU Pills I had really given up all hope of re covery ami had lotull faith In doctoi aml medicine when I was Imliiccil to try 1lnlt 1111so proutirmg u lox from our East Hml druggist I lK gait using them In n half hcnrtcd manner hut In a very Miort time J liLau to notlcoaii hnprOIntt lu lily tOIl illtlon My paltis bcraiiH less frequent ami overi my appetite was brier and n wlsli tllllo supervened anti aniUilion icappcarcd taking the plnu of tho rlirotilc exhauHtloii and resignation of desjinir which hUll liltlicr to iiiarluil uiy condition 1 wanted to move aboul In thu open air ami loiiml to my do light that I was able to do so My kidneys which Inn been sluggish even In normal health urtml tea ulnrly My illpestion liu pruvcsjmid my Wand circulated us It had trot itotio for years 1 was soon able to walk to ihoilrngstoro und buy my own medicine which it Is needless to say was Dr Wil Runs fink Tills 1 can now do my work and um getting stronger everyday- Dr Williams PinkI PUb fur 1alo People are not 11 iiatent incdidno In tho cape that name Implies They were first compoumleil as a proscription and used ns such tin general prnrtlcu by an eminent physician So givat was their eflleuey that it was deemed wise to placo them within tho reach of all They arc now manufactured by tho Dr WilliamsI Meillclno Company Schenectady N V IIndlllC Mid in boxes nuvcr In loonn forty by the dozen or hundred nnd the public IC caullouuil against numerous imitations sold in this rents a bus or ijix l oes for shapent60 bo hurl of nil druggists or direct bv mull from Dr Williams Mcd Co MAMXJL after who punished Tommy Stop making flitch dreadful laces Tom my bursting Into tc l8Iaint Im try llarpersDuzarDuzarIlAn Finn IK linn AIM iTohnny had been nnllthtClno Into tho garden said his mother ami fetch mo a stick Johnny five minutes later Couldnt thud n stick muvver but heros a stone you might frow at meLondon Figaro i HTIlrrTrI1 dont understand how you can bo no engrossed In religious work KlrkoICI suppose It dCyOIlt1l1lulllrlto mess uijj upon association ebo are Interested In golfing for Instance Btrectcr Ob thats different Boston Transcript III WANT to order this suit said Chum leYlIbllt 1 cant nay for it till tho one of Bis months All right sir it will bo toady for you bythattinmo + botroithreo Press i i I A rnitosoriicn says that notlilng seems to please a fly so munch an tj bo mistaken for soinothlng to eat and if It can bo halted In a cako and palmed off on tho unwary OH a currant it dies happy TitBits youtoera In the couptty Birmingham 411 would nt havo thought It from lilsconvcr satlon Manchc ter Its true novorthmo is a fortuno hunter Pittsburgh ChronicleIIAVE found another nsofoopua chafing dish said Mrs Cawker to his wICe on that ladys 1 return home from a visit to the count Well dear Whilo you woro away I throw It out of the bedroom win dow at a loquacious oat and It killed tho animal Hurpors Bazar Tun evidence shows that you have been scorching spoko the magistrate with great sternness You appear to bo a pcr ilitont habitual scorcher What haro you to say foryourselfl Do I look like Iwas ICOrelllo DOW asked the blueUaaedyouik who stood shivering with dread before Mm b1caIolrlliJWiae i I 4f4T IJ ru7Cetidaotd Eann toCsH- feral NorthWestern IsgCarslowlecUredbythosofull particulars apply to your nearest ticket agent or address W B h NisRniis O 1 lC T A Chicago North Western H Chi sago ill talkerMrwhcmthoeI lows troubled with an ImiicUluictil la his thoughtsN Y World The ter The pleasant effect and Jperfect safety with which ladles may uso Hyrup of Figs under nil conditions makes Ittlielr favorite remedy To get the true tutu article look for tno name of this telHilnoII Fig Syrup Company printed near tom of time tacknge For sale by all reapon ftlblo druggists jokesSaldguyAndPleased time folks of nnolherday 1lilluilelphla North American We thluk Pisss uorConsumption U CoughsJrNnmclIxCkAIla TEACIIEU What Is a straight llnel Pli- oIIlho picture of Its own road which c mlllDoWIIKS lilllous or costive eat a Cascarat Gaudy cathartic cure guaranteed UK iV luF1Ilook HO Knpllsli us she thoU httlw would II Chicago ICccord c = n and snw DOlES NOr STAND jjvery oao III either growlmg btttor or worse How ia it wlth you i You are MBfertag hen KIDNEY LIVER on URINARY TROUBLES Have tried doctors and medicine without avail and have become dtstfUUcd DONT CIVE UP Z l are WILL CURE YOU Thousands now well but once like ouItar so UlYO au bonnet medicine an honest chance Largo bottle or new style smaller ono at your druggists Wrtto for frco treat ment blank today WarDer Sato Cure Co Itoobcator N Y 10 aA Coughers Coffers may not bo so full as ho wishos but if ho is wiso ho will nogloct his coffors avhllo andC j attend to his cough A mans coffers may bo so socuro that no ono can tako thorn away 1 from him But n littlo cough has taken many a man away from his coffers Tho slight cough is somewhat liko tho small pobblo that lies on tho mountain side and appears utterly insignificant A fluttering bird perhaps starts tho pobblo rolling and tho rolling pobblo begets an avalancho that buries a town Many fatal diseases bogie with a slight cough But any cough taken in time can bo cured by tho uso of Ayers Cherry PectoralM- ore particulars about Tcctornl In Aycrn Curctioot too pace Sent tree J C AycrCoi Lowell Muss iI IHowI j 9 y PLUG W The ripest and sweetest leaf and the purest ingredients are used in rz manufacture of Battle Axand no matter how much you pay for a muchsmaller piece of any other high grade brand you cannot buy a better chew than Battle Ax 1Battleother fellows JOcent j4rJ7 I SPARKLING DIAMONDS USTMSHSl- ection k n brilliant BlemnnrforASrnlrg nnrnelytfel Y f f Q 1 DlSEASK STILL t t thE piece A N KE 1t111aWHKV WKITIJV T JI VETlalllWII please sluts tttut rm eawtssdreesase t scat 1Ioa VIMHMV sr t s d to 1 r u d U J r V w s r 1 rr- y u Fj- r JFSB HERALD J yr fZHCEl COOPBI E11tor i HAZEL GREEN K- YTHURSDAYDoc818fl 0in LACONIO4 LIVE NEWS I ++ I OUTSIDE competition from small man ufacturers became so great thaI tho nnll trust could not keep up prices and it went to pieces FIVE thousand Palmer nnd Buckner I Democrats constituting the tail are try ing to wag tho cntiro Democratic dog Lexington Argonaut THIS cold wave which struck this sec tion Sntnrdny night came from tho north west where everything had been snow bound for several days and blizzards were ruuriiifg around loose AFTER witnessing the Into contest be tween tho Yale nnd Princeton foot ball teams Joe Choynski a notedl prize fight er pronounces tho game more brutal and dangerous than prize fighting A TOOT HAM player was killed while playing a game in New York the other dRY Ho tackled and was thrown heavily to the ground Ho attempted to rise but Will unable to and expired almost in stantly WHAT is said to have been the largest woman in tho world died at Ravenna 0 recently Sho wax known to the public na Dig Mark though her real namo was Mrs Mary Ellen Edwards Sho weighed upward of 700 pounds IK TiirI trust law or and other law of ilioVnittul States Is nol greater than the greatest null wealthiest combination Of tho greatest and wcnlthiest men in the country then we have government not by law but by combinations against law- N Y World it t rim Republicans of Magoffin county held a primary election n short time ago anti made the following nominations For county judge Win May i Camillc Mann circuit clerk Rev Caudlll count clerk J White Power sheriff Harry Atkinson county superintendent r A CASK of alcholic poisoning showing tho deadly effects of essences and extracts hns just occurred at Vigo Ross county Ohio Thurmnn Rutherford drank a pint of whisky and being in a local op tion town where ho could get no moro whisky he bought fifteen bottles of os BCUCO of peppermint at a drug store and drank the fiery liquid about thirty ounces Ills death was tho direct result of drinking tho essence MUCH talk is indulged in about tbo currency commission which was agitated in congress last car It is now proposed that a resolution be passed at tho next session of congress authorizing tho presf dent to appoint a commission of nine nonpartisan citizens in trade political economy and banking to act with the comptroller of time currency to offer rec ommendations needed changes in the currenE cy system TilE tremendous power of Niagara falls has been harnessed nnd is now util bed ID generating a current which is suM b cient to run all tho electric cars in But falo N Y and quite a number of in dustrial establishments Tho distance is 27 miles and it is thought enough power can bo furnished to create sum cleat electric energy to do the lightju- And hedting as well as furnishing the motive power for a circuit of ono hunt dred miles + t- II Tin Dcmncrntlo fh rontnl end CT I r uuthru turawttti s umut mt Lcxlitu- d 4 tl7a id fahouta diraerting volec Y NT z V- s t d declared that none but those who voted for Bryan and Sewall electors should bo permitted to vote at tho primary elections or participate in conventions to select county officers Tho resolution reads as follows Resolyed That it is tho sense of the Democratic data central and state executive committees in joint meeting assnmbcd that only those voters vyhD supported tho nominees of the Chi cago convention in the late national elec tion should bo permitted to take part in any Democratic convention primary election or precinct meeting to be held tho various counties for the purpose of nominating candidates for county of flees OLD ZACII CHANDLER used to say that tho Democratic party might be de pended on to act tho fool at tho right time We du not believe old lath was a prophet but as a rough guess his pro diction looks as if ho was In 18GO they split into factions and were banished from power for twenty five years They committedanother great error in 1872 and now in the present year they hayo divided again cud we see no grounds on which the warring factions can meet on mutually satisfac tory terms Certainly time Kentucky factions will not bo able to get together at allIS threats of ostracism are already being made by both sides and the fight between them bids fair to become a war of extermination limo front upshot of the conflict means Republican supremacy in the slateCov Commonwealth SOMKTIIKVU of a stir was created among the gold standard Democrats at Kansas City Mo by the reading of a spirited letter from lion D It Francis secretary of tho interior at a banquet in celebration of the recent defeat of free silver After referring to tho results of the recent election and declaring that in his opinion it settled the financial question at least until the existing stan lard shall have been given a fair and thorough trial Secretary Francis said While 1 agree with the advocates of sound money in the fight recently made there are many principles advocated by some of those who Iiiiye been advocates of lllill Calls to Wltiilli I ian not subscribe if ole legislation Is not enacted to check the growing influence of wealth and circumscribe the powers of tho trusts and monopolies there will bo an uprising of the people before the century closes which will endanger our very institu tions Resolutions ol Respect At n meeting of the Mt Sterling Bar nnd officers of the Montgomery Circuit Court held at the Court House in Mt Sterling Ky on the 21th day of Novem ber 1S96 touching the death of lion T J Henry Hon Thomas Turner was called to tho chair and Mr Finley E secretaryUponDay lions A111ood M S Tyler John G Whin WA Dcllavcn A B White J C Reid and II M WooJford woro appoint ed a c immittco to draft suitable mid ap propriate resolutions Time committee rcportod tho following resolutions which after feeling addresses by Judge B F Day lion II B Kinsolving Messrs J C Reid and Fin toy E Fogg were unanimously adopted RKSOLVBD That wo deeply deplore the death of our friend and brother tho Hon Times J Henry who was in tho fifty sixth yearof his age suddenly stricken down in tho prime of life on the 22hd inst at Hazel Green Ky 2 That Capt T J Henry was n noble man n gallant and bravo Confederate soldier a true friend model husband loving father and a true and honored citizen and the virtues of his life were such that they were worthy of imitation by Irma bereaved friends nnd brethren of the bar- S That Capt Henry was born in Montgomery county Ky emigrated to Morgan county studied law and began practice there and moved to this city about two years ago and formed a port ncrahip with Hon J M Elliott In his lifetime ho was the recipient of many honors namely county court clerk of appealsgand member of tho Kentucky legislature from the counties of Morgan Breathitt and Magoffin and fulfilled tall these stations with honor to himself and credit to his constituents nnd tho hiatus ere fltrd by hi+ death will long ho tcli in 1That wiz wuuuuuity as a markof respect wo will I I 1jj- I r r I 11r attend his funeral in a body and wear time usual badge of mourning for thirty days and wo hereby tender to his be reaved widnnd family relations and friends our sincere condolence in their great misfortune and the secretary of this meeting is directed to furnish his bereaved widow with a copy of these resolutions and the Montgomery circuit court is requested at its approaching Jan uary term to have them entered at largo j on the record of said court and the city ii I papers and the West Liberty Hazel Green Jackson Morehcud and Owings yule papers are requested to publish these proceedings In full On motion time meeting adjourned THOS TuiiNun Chairman FIXLEY E Fooo Secretar- y1IANTflDSIv1RA14 FAITHFUL MEN I Ior women to travel for responsible cs tablUheil house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weeklulld expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose self address BuildingChicago Troubles are due to NERVOUS blood Hoods Sar Bupurillu is the Quo True Blood Purifier and NERVE TONIC COMMISSIONERS NOTICE WOI112 ClUCLIT CounT Jus W againstIEquityNotice to the creditors of MulisMi Murouiii deceased that the wider signed Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Circuit court Jerks olliee in Campion Ky from time 10th dayof December IHDl to receive and hear proof of claims a aiiiNt said decedent and settle with D S Oodsey nllllllllbtrnlOrj and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever burred J F VANSAXT Master Commissioner W C C COMMISSIONERS NOTICE WOIKI CIIUTIT Count Win Partners adiur plaintifl against Wm Partners Heirs etc defendants Equity Notice is hereby g Tell to the creditors of Wm Partner deceased that the undersign ed Commissioner of Wolfe Circuit Court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Circuit Court Clerks of mica in Campion lKy from the 11th day of December 1S9C to receive nUll hear proof of claims against said decedent nail settle with Jonathan Creech administrator and that all claims not presented to him and proven as required Ibv law within the time specified above will Le forever barred 1 F NANSANT Mauler Commissioner W C C FOR SALENecessity compel1 + inn to oollcct nil that is owing to me so Hint 1 crosmy debts that I owe All who are indebted to me that do not make settlement with me at once will find their notes or account in the hands of an ollieer for collection I wont to sell all the real estate I own and have control of consisting of two houses and lots in Camp ton j six acres of laud in Campion j one farm of sixty acres one and onehalf miles from Campion and lour lots in Walnut Grove Ky Will sellon easy terms SlJuly 1NTEREVENIN65 I f 1 tIN IPIt u o llmnn4 Urh1 T1eQALDTHE Write to T 8 QCIKCSY Drawer 150 Chicago Secre tary of the STAA ACCIDENT COMPANY for Information InsurIanecmembership fee lias paid over 00000000 Mr accidental injuries Be your own Agent VU MEDICAL EXAMINATION REQUIRE THE HERALD1w L L1J i isitL1StNU MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY Ut Good Judges Say J That Our Suits I i 1 5OO75O jtf IOOO i k ARE THE BEST IN THE CITVJ1u Next week we will put onyi sale 100 pairs of MENS f IVIOTf I atii I 1 nPD r PaIr H 1 J LLOUIS AND GUS STRAUS PLEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY 1 R SE DAVISOPltACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS Lt HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM nnd ROAD WAGONS WE use the Bust Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices andwhen you need anything of the kind give mo your order Patronize Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy WELyour work Is respectfully solicited PIJjATTLIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KYf H F PIERATT Proprietor I BTIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSJS Special cnro taken of teams for Comm r cial Travelers Parties conveyed to any lpout on liberal terns Patronage of the publicre spoctfully solicited H F PIERATT i II7 t lIIJaA d r TlJESOUTH9lor GRADUATES HOLDING FINE = t- II13YlIdEIll WtfIIJtPlVtn lld i RECOMMENDED BY THE WDING BUSINESS c s r7l1 THE COUNTRY AlENTIO N URS6 WAN + O I t4 9 Xlrt1 I lIIv j 7 tfir x f ZCJ HJ t i I Green Hearsays Happenings It D Motley Is still very sick Major W J Seitz was in town yester kf jflhnt has become of all our corrcspon tatef Prof Jut Volley will preach at Ezel jgunJay f Judge Amos Davis wns in town this week trying to sell our merchants some IIclotbing r Willie L Day and wife from Spen f cerarevisiting his father and family fat tbis place this week t ThotnnsM and Floyd Haven of In v dex visited their brother J M Havens iv at this place Thanksgiving day r f Spence Cooper the invincible editor j 5 of the Ilxfl GItIE IlKiuin and an Bother religious paper is in tuwllLex liIngton Argonaut W6 recently printed same circulars ffor Prof J A Lipps who will soon he- rI gin a high school at Frenchbiirg Write V him for particulars r Miss Minnie r4Day was on the sick r list several days this week and Miss p Lula Kash took charge of Consolation P4 school during the interim OConnellittormyrf entitled the Evening Breeze and is pub lisped at Lake City Fill Slay it waft him many shekels I J A letter from Elder J T 1ieratt to his wife brings the joyful news that he has just closeda mot Micos ful meeting near Slanton in Powell countyhaviiig I i had 28 additionsi He is now holding a meeting at Cane creek which also prom ises much h The outlay in running this paper is far Leyond what many think trod it takes cash to pay printers buy paper pay pOS- tage and buy ink Hand in that dollar you owe and you will help the cause Dont try to Kent the printer out of his just dues- Elder VT Donaldson of North MirJ dletown arrived on Tuesday nfrcrnoon and the protracted meeting at the Christ ian church is now in pngriv Preaching every evening at CJO oclock Everybody ic cordially invited to attend Ill the meetings The court of appeals hits reversed the decision of till Morgan circuit court in the case of Lafe Brooks who was sentenced to hang for killing Gus McKcn zie Tho ground for reversal is error in the circuit court in forcing the defendant into trial with undue haste J F Havens the versatile drummer Was a guest of the Day louse over Sun day He told us that his wife accompa nied him on a recent trip through the mountains and that he sold more and better bills than on any other one trip eiuco he has been on the road The members of the Methodist church together with several friends went to the parsonage last Thursday evening and gave Rev L E Mann and his wife a surprise pound party The pounders were heartily received by the minister and he says helins no objection to that style of pounding While going to Sand field last Sunday afternoon to pseach Prof Wm II Cord met with a painful though uot serious accident Ho was riding along at a pretty fast gait in company with John H Pieratt when the professors horse tumbled nnd fell throwing him to the groundand rolling over him Mr Cord was cofined to his room for several dny but is now able to hobble around on a cane andcrutch Rev J 0 Johnson of Willmore got here Friday last to assist Rev L E Mann in carrying on the meetings being hel4 at the Methodist church Mr Johnson is a very fluent speaker and is doing his work In the service of the Lord in good earnest The meetings are still going on and so long as there is any prospect of redeeming sinners will con- tinuet nightly Let the good work go on On Friday morning last Columbus Gillaspie who lives on Grassy met with a very severe accident He was engaged JQ killing hogs and had stuck one when In reaching for a rock run the sharp knife into the fleshv part of his rjght arm cutting it to the bone A taessen per was at once despatched for a doctor KndSilllsKuKIl hurried hf this scene and tlfeteul ino wuuuJeU untilt ilu + uuuU Kfc setting along nicely j I TilE HERALD triplesilverwillawnrdperson bringing i9C5 tbe4thOldsubscribers paying up all arrears and one year in ad vance will be considered entltlcdwillbepresent for nay one and allwho wish to enter the contest can apply this alItrespective approachNowyou want some freo sliver that will be a souvenir of the campaign just closed go to workat once John Mart Sebastian who was arrested Iin Morgan county lust spring by Detective Drake nnd over whom so much trouble was had before requisition papers were granted before ho could bo taken back to Texas to stand trial for killing a man named Stribling was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary I You owe thin office on subscription mid you must pay it If you agreed to pay corn bring in your corn i if produce- of any kind produce it Printer like all other mortals must have something on which to subsist or they wont existI and xow is the time to whack up A dispatch received yesterday morning I from Tnzwcll VII states that Mrs1 Ida Cecil nee Swango is very sick nod not i expected tlllhc Her mother Mrs Josie Swango left at once ncrompanicd by Dr J M hash to be at her daughters lll14idlIAfter being expond to the coldor wet taken dose or two of Dr Hells Pine Tar Iluncy and fortify yourself against eold Thii is ono of the 11101 cllicacioii remedies known to Mimcc for coughs colds and incipient consumption Krv John Woods of 1 t Sterling Sad Kev Mr Column of Ilcuiiy vllle held a protracted meeting at the colored church at Diiysboro lust week which closedon last Sunday night There were ten addi tions and thirteen were baptized in Ked river on Sunday Morn tattle wife ol Dave Jackson a boy Notwithstanding his father hits been a life long Kepublican he has named I the in ant Hrynn Taulheein honor of frceII silver and the attending physician WOLFE COUNTYII Lano Locals Shanghai iis still IhingIPeople are generally busy gathering corn Mrs1 William Hollon is confined to her room with pneumonia fever We are going to have a Christmas tree on Christmas day at the new church known as Elkins chrpcl While J T Gevcdon was busy rejoic ing over tho election he lost his best girl she being a Democrat W J Hollon has given up his job at Jackson nod accepted a position in Met gnu county which he likes better Tho M E church will hold quarterly meeting at the new church house on Molly the first Sunday in December Quite a crowd of the youngsters of Holly visited and had a joyful time at J M Pulton on Stillwater Saturday nightWell as the great campaign is over and McKinley elected and everything is prosperous I will let you hear from Hoi the campaign I ly once more During could not enjoy reading Tiu HER Attn as it was so strong against me but now send her along until just before the next election Nov 30 SHANGHAI Stillwater Sprays James Tibbs made a flying trip to Tor rent Monday Mr and Mrs M K Wilson visited at Gillmore recently Judge D D Landsaw went to Breath itt last week on business James Wilson of Breathitt county was In our midst last week Mrs Joe Wilson has been sick for the past week but Is better at this writing Widow Landsaw and little grandson of Holly visited her brother M fc creek last week Wilson on Lacy Miss Louella Byrd will close her school school house on Johnsonat the Frank Friday week after n very suocesful session of five months DeWitt Taylors school on the poor Stillwater closed llast Fri honte fork of c1nThlllis Mr THIorV third Jrlit but place uuJ toe VCUpld would tlln wII back next fall have him come I Y i I0 ENGLIS ITCHEN jI 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON Klf- kRogular Moal 25 cents Meals to ordor at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dirinoif from10 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 9 p m 1Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUll LIWAtztT PxsopxiXaottz z Harry Perkins who has been in the wild west for the past fifteen months returned to his homo last week He talks of going back in the early spring While floating logs last Saturday in Stillwater Thrasher Combs lost his free silver hat in the deep water That took all of his free silver until Bryan is elected A number of boys passed through thojj other day on a possum hunt They had no dogs but that didnt stop them from catching the varmint They treed one in a persimmon tree nnd while one of the biys climbed the tree to him out the other boys played dogshnkoJJ Dec 1 H U i MORGAN COUNTY Jamboree From tho Jambs Sioth Oldficlds and daughter are both quite ill- Cold weather has conic but wo hope not to stay- Edward Taulbee of Hazel Green vii itcd the Jambs hut week tellchillginext week W Howard DcHusk of Hazel Green visited his fathers family from Friday until Sunday Thanksgiving lass come mid gone but wo hope there are seine turkeys left for I Christmas and New Yenr J Richmond Dclii k and wife spent iII Thanksgiving in Hazel Green the guests jII- of Dr John A Taulbee and fllmilI IiIIi Ling for several months left for herI home lust woek I Misses Fannie DelJuwk 1cbecca Wil son Hestro IHshop and Lillie havens and Mrs Julia Cecil Henry spent thanks I glAlng at the Chapel The revival meeting which has been going on rut Goodwins chapel for several I weeks is still in progress and will con tinue two weeks longer Dec 1 DICIMtaint Maylown Missiles Andy Phipps is still on time sick list 11 A Day has gone to Mt Sterling on business Two to one we are nil after tho post office Some of us cnn bo deputies Mrs It A Day is thought to be 80010 better but is still confined to her room Harvey Nickcll lute of Uothwcll iisI now behind time counter of II A Day Co1VniIrfutble has rented property of John W Childers and is now a citizen of our town- Howard Folks and Henry Miles lire now citizens of our town Wa have one more vacant house The election ofr McKinley is having sonic effect on our town A very quiet wedding in town just at four oclock Sunday evening MillardI Kitchio led to the hymenial altar Mrs II A Swango nee Kash where two hearts were made one Rev W W Man officiatingWe to report that W W Manker and his kind family have come back again Mr Manker hiss charge of the mill and Mr Oosney will return to his act Mr Gosncy and family have been here just long enough for our peo pie to become attached to them and we are sorry to give them up Dec 1 WINGLESS People Believe what they read about Hoods Sarsaparilla They know it Is an honest medicine amid that It cures Get Hoods and only Hoods Hoods PiIIsCiironl1lhcr ills re lieve constipation assist digestion 25ca ANTEDSEVEIIAL FAITHFULMENr 1or women to travel for reinonilble ei tabUshed house in Kentucky Sl1larl 780 ri payable lli weekly and expenses permanent lteferenee Enclose self addreu u11dingetChicago 2348 HB MAUPIN REED PEEBLES Co W1I01 ESALE DRY GOODS UllUlo ate cPOBTfcMOUTH OHIO G 11 Aii b iii e i AiAiiltt Zffcwmal aiiid Jiei ai tloi y School The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern KentuckyYfj- ex1Tern Begins May0 January 4 1897 Regular Graduating Course JiiHtriMnontnl and Vocal Plain and Ornamental DrnwingmShorthand and Typewriting JJookkooping anti Commercial Law Teachers Normal and Training Uiblo Course and lliblo Talks 1rljflill is the boat opportunity in tho mountains to obtain nIT J J education at a small cost Catalogue and particulars 1ltI ItocoxtItr iJaLLJJ aX u E e Keeps n full lino of IlE 1 I l M HAVENS JI PRACTICAL Ill Est ir Jeweler and Watchmaker leellJJ1 I ENuulies Ifivdry Irre1JJ Repairing Fine Watches Specialty and Gold Syootnolos a you need anything the Jewelry Line Silverware see We can save you big money 11V h j = V u = = u u r 76Ill5 I r IiJet Biatk Dark Bert Oxford City Olive Brown tM 0 J i If in or Fine us outs SAMPSONSUITS Vvlth Extra mf PantoAztt 10 1 o IdsII SuItilli Imported 11ol Cheviot In Jim DUck Ojrklllue Oxford tiny and Olive llrown in eltrr from arenudeupaspecutLrtot1 vlihwiJ iuflil lirild tinrd viih a fait tlljck Albert Twill SIn Lining Trimming andl Work procureCoatI latent Will lljnU used on all ants aria Piltol Pockets on all 14nts In Sun fiuin 10 to if enl of aec made up ai per oppotlle cut Double Roasted with extra Pants at unie Irlct 6176 FiprtitJKe paid ti your door In remitting send elllwr Pat Ounce oil lUpreii Money Older or Rrgltttred title and fur measure un l ate of Roy at hit Birthday and IIflargtl or tmafi ft hit ag- eFREE I f TO EVERYBODY our Illustrated Priced Catalogue in which you will find Boys Sulti from 98c up Youth Loog Pants Suits from fioo upas Men SultsJroi is so up E ROSENBUROER CO 201 1 1024 st New York City v ia fc dkA rJtv 6I RUDEROID ROOFING3Sf aur Tt y P B uwuwirit4LADDERS dtBRO QVW D DOOWV lU tA1ft r Yet poofzs4NORK 4 BASHaLlnoa I 7LOUISVILLE KY O A1RlT4 s 1t C i rt lIUJQtxAlJ YtI ts 1 c r c T j i J1t fl a it r A 0 I TTU- v d 1fHE HERALD CPCKCBR COOPER PutlUaift r HAZEL OR1CENt t KT OUR LITTLE BOY ATS QQNE A eight of help he wns our boy nt went PudKln round with llttlo trousers on But what was more than nil Ills wrfrkln meant Ho Mcomcrt to be our Htinshlnc now hes olttlpaVture morns An seems I hour his tiny whistle now As r go out nnd walk about the borne Or take the team afield and try to plow f About tho hotnc hn kept n sltfht of nolnc Blnffln or trnmpln nt his boyish will It did not acorn with health Just Ilka my boys life voice could hush so quick an bo so ntlll lint he werent sick touch morn a week I bPove An kept hit little senses Burin al- An didnt grumble cnuno ho had to leave Jut Iny hero still like llsfnln for u call That evcnln tint I never will forget lie Iny beside tho winder an looked out Id sorter hoped at Clod would npnro him yet An give us hack his noisy stop an shout Hut suddnnllko he Raxed Intent nbend While crootnd thu katydids Jest out tho door nAnlch ntatnntylI See cm pupV ho said i tuoreiNow sometimes Ktnndln by tho mender bars Waltln the cows all lonesome nn forlorn Tho heavens twlnklln with the ciirous mars The freezes whUporln mongst the rust Inn corn 1 wish the rustle was of niiKul wings Thu stars thu inilclln lamps of seraphs count To waft its after nil our sorrowings Whero well our boyll nil bo UKnln at home Memphis Commercial Ap onl UVELLMUHNKDljESSON lleally Margaret I bhould think tliit by this time you could get a decent ineaH 1 wonder if you even care to learn 1 The speaker pushed back his ilinlr witli a lark frown on his 011H1 wise iiandsomo face and arose froth the table Vou need tint worry yourse f any further nrdaynn my amount for 1 shall lunch downtown and I tutu going to Charlies to timer so will not he homu till rather late Charlies slsUrI iiH here from Virginia lie added byvu nt explanation anti with a carclon goodby ho swung himself Into his voreoat null was gout Handsome HollNh Jack Crawford haul forgotten tint hive pretty wife of only a I tar had graduated from a fashionable 1oardtng sehool into his arms asap n hen she had old him of her ignornmv be had laughed at her and deelari1 bury could live on love and ruses That will do for story hicks hilt n healthy hungry man will not survive on sixh faro for very lung Daisy loud strut f led bravely and had mastered the art rf bread Itt flint cake making but Mimohow she could not learn to save iid lack growled at the bills ami de hired they never hind anything to on tutu was constantly quoting Charlies sift till Daisy grow heartily tired cf the soundI of tier name The diningroom was a very pretty i no with ilMilelioatoly tinted paper anil h retty adornments hut till damatk tablecloth was suited surd the ohiia awry Dairys feud was down on the window Hill and slue heard nothing tll1 pleatimt olot1 wild In her oar Daisy I hill what In till world is true matter n rely you are tint crying1 and then the tearstained fmc was lifted and the girl threw her arras around the form beside tier Oh Aunt Alice I nm so trludyountehetel Jack Is so cross Ile- says 1 cant do anything and 1 know lo IIN sorry he ever married me if II i ntl nm fluid u look of defianceI swojt ovor tho fair face The ipihil eye of the elder lady tor IK t n itt n glance the soiled table linen tit little figure in her arms with Its faded and tumblil divss relic of wedding harry gulden halt bourn in nil unsight Ily knot iitij knowing Juok Crawford rather fiiKtldlous ways slut ojuld not n voss n smile To be sire tjielr shpt vital was as ccnlxpciMiind but It was burnedJnstend of broiled the bread wn + dry nnd flit coffee muddy I Sit down my dear trod tell me nil nbJMit It nnd then caijio Palsys ac count of tit morning II wish I could have a kId us you do hint Alice tfj should tliinU we might 1uiiark Rcoldsalmut bills so much now that I dare n JVnRk Ii lin1 iAh jny ticatv Iif 1uojily had rood he nth howtRlRdlyl I woijld tit without one H would 1l1ii much more pleasant G l Offsttro you Non DaisyI this mthr be tLtlliutLiu l Jlttlivthiifgs lead to profit iitKnita If I Kcod Voiu you must rr member It Is only tc diva you hour a troubles In thu ifrii pluco look at the tabe null then In the glass A burning bhish sent n wave o color iepllrtl1tlinstlly ur cure if It were any dlffevvn- tInleed Margaret 7ach would Cat for lie Is very proud std likes every hegnIa with you going to rut t tomorrow breakfast 11 I dont know tomorrow Is Frldny and I hate It for Jack insists upon n utetot flak as rigorously n1 the most tit toted Catholic and it seems an If flap tJ t 11JJ t ir tf t- I 1 flI a L ri iAt cost more and wan harder to cook thusI anything elseSA journey to flic pantry revealed it huge pile of bread some pieces of beef filcnk and roust beef anti u dish of colil potatoes Now Daisy lot nip give you your billII of fare for tomorrow said Aunt Alice UH they returned to the diniug root I lifter their survey and Daisy with blank book find pencil seated herself 011I u low stool qllnrtRIof clams at a only cents Xutt In n kettle with a little water and bull1I till they open after first washing themI very clean Take them from the shellII aid strait the water they are boiled in then wotdi your kettle 10 remove salt particles of saint and put In the write and u pint of new milk molt tuft pepper to taste and let It hull While tint iIs polling tithe one tahlcspoonful of flour Ii Itch u piece of butter the sire of a KinuilI egg and work them till smooth anti usr for thickening a trifle When It just I bolls tip put in your clams tutu tithe off I your stove While your chimsnreopon I I ing take some slices of bread beingr I careful not to burn It and toast very I rown put In a large covered dish anti when everything else is ready pout your clams over them Have your cof feepot clean and dry nod take thr tahlcspoonfulti of coffee beaten up will an egg pour in the water ami rut it boilI tight minutes aunt it will be clear H amber Take your cold potatoes ritual them flue add pepper sort onchu cupful of milk and a few bits of butter pack it nicely in a pudding dish and se in the oven When It Is nicely browncl slip on n tlit dish and garnish with a wreath of celery leaves The pntatoe- you v liar pet ready for the oven tonight tend it will have time in the morning Fill that pretty glass dish with apple jolly which you can buy for 50 cents for u five puund box and with dough outs nut rolls you wilt thud you hnvu i very nice breakfast1 4 lit lunch I would have cocoa Put four stunt leis 0ifiils wet up wih mill In your put pour on boiling Wilt c and let stand ten minutes Take some more of your dry bread and cut it In thin even shear bent an egg well dip your bread Iin it null then fry a ligh frown Take four nice smooth apples wash and wipe them take out the CUll and tilll the tunics left with sugar nut a few drops of vanilla set in tIll twill old bake act n fox of brook trout which will cost only ten cents put them on a little platter and garnish with the light green feathery tops o- celery and sliced lemon then with fresh rolls and one of your jelly cakes your lunch is complete Then for dinner which will take more tine and cure to prepare you lirst course will be soup and you can buy the little soup cakes at a cost of 11 cents which will save you the trouble of making it To prepare these you need only half a cake break it up line pour on a pint of water and let it hail 15 minutes serve lint with oyster crack rrs Get ls pounds of haddock roll it up in a thin cloth and stein for an hour 1ut one cupful of nillkin a lit the stcwpan and lot it come to a hill unnwluitr mix a tablespoon fill of ilour and hotter the sire of an egg tillI smooth stir into the milk and when It is like cream pour it over your tlsh Ilao nice evcn sired potatoes and lay thorn on a napkin in n dish In snch n way tlnt the ends only he folded over them Take 1111II sugar nilla bake 1y hours stir it for the Hi MI hour every 15 minutes and when done it will be like a thick civam For your vegetables steamed squash and fries parsnips the latter yon must first hall tutu then cut in slices find fry in butlerI There Iis your Friday faro my dear neither very hard to repute tint very expensive Tho face which at the beginning hid born n very doleful one was full of eager delight Oh Aunt Alice T do wish I could he gin at once I dont want to wait ell since wait you must you cast Improve your time by getting your able in better order and hunt Alice fat llkc a queen upon her throne in the groat armchair and directed iL The cloth anti napkins were snowy white thin dishes and glassware shone from card rubbing and when every Idiig was In order std Aunt Alice lad accepted the pleading invitation to jsttiy nil day Daisy asked shall we hnve for lunch 1Yhht Mnstet4n4hij Tnke your bits of beefsteak and ojst bqefand chop then very fine dcmnml ell it1ItlCIn of the kitchen null pep and n cupful of I tonaln dnne aerie hot nice rap of ten nmrwlth tiJcinnupi4 which T long to Mmiple yqnt nice tfdoklfs we nlmlUln very nicely And now just one thing more Mnrgaret Dont I beg of you appear In nay more suck stdtnuledwith pullirgs of still more faded pink sjk If yon havent nny calico wrappers we will go down town nnd buy n taints readynmde which arc far better fineryHutt cul prit I thought this was saving to wear anyold dresses till they were quite worn out IIJlrdoncelpoor or even patched but If they ate M n perfectly clean you need not fear to face tiny caller no matter what you are lolng Afar better method of saving would bo to rip your dress remove the Igrensl spots and color it u handsome wine or plum Dip tthe pink silk In a pink dye and it will conic out lovely only n deeper shade then matte your j dress into n ten gown which you can j easily do with a little help to have Itcut ruin lilted Before Margaret Crawford retired she was the owner of two pretty morn lug dresses and as many widechecked aprons You must have at least six Aunt Alice snld hut these will do to com rococo with the rest you can make yourself Tired out with the days excitement Daisy was fast asleep whets Jack came home though it wUlllitl1llI1I hut the memory of a pitiful babyish face with big eyes full of unshed tears hull i haunted him nil duly and in spite of his good dinner nnd the urging of Charlie j Mason and his orderly wife to say nothing of the brilliant southern sister j he oasis his excuses and hurried toward Ihome He hind told Charlie of the cpi auto of the morning tutu instead of sympathizing with him he hint laughed loudly HH he merrily told of llcllcs ntis fakes and failures in the beginning heIsoliloquized as ho strode along Sic makes better bread sled cake than Hello Itknow but he did not say so lietcrept softly up the stairs and into the thevhair on time pillow WWII then bent and kissed her softlyl but light as it was it woke her and slue threw her arms OhIdayij the morning What time Is it luck laughed at this greeting ail ex plnnntloii of the day hint he said soft IrI say Daisy 1 was awfully cross this morning Lets millet it all up and I wont be so mean to you again Anil ifelltMorning came and Daisy in her new- dresstallapron with smoothlybrushed hair leant that with care she could got her breakfast and neither have her food burned or rnw Jack praised everything and ate in a manner which wide fair to leave empty dishes and nt last he ran to catch time train promls fllig however to conic to lunch which proved to he even better than break1 I fast and one of Its prettiest features was till pretty little creature in soft ruhyrvelvet and smooth golden curls falling over her shoulders Jack was delight od std begged to bring Charlie Mason home to dinner ant Daisy with some misgivings gave her consent but everything I t was in perfect order old Charlie declared after that bo knew Jack dreamt that Daisy maid tint cool Of course my heroine did nut step at i once to perfection there were failures I and mistakes hilt Aunt Alice kept u look out for her praising when shut could mind emit lelslllH when she could trot And with the help of Rood House keeping which Jack presented her witji she became a homemnker a help and comfort to her husband instead of a wife in name only Good Housetop IhU Common Sense 1 i Ithe midst of a stormy discussionl n gentleman ruse to untie the matter in lispute Waving his hand majestically he began Sent lemon till I want Is common sense Kxactly retorted nn other that is precisely whatt you do want Hut Sir Kdward Clarkes 141ll1tI in the Jameson trial is still more to the purpose The attorney general lend argued against Sir Ell WIllll Clarkes points us being contrary to common sense Sir Kdward objected Then you think said the hml chief justice dryly that common sense lugs noting to do with n legalI point Xo re plied Sir 1 lIwllrll with that quickness tn ul felicity which never falls hint I am onlyof Archbishop Whtitclys opin ion who said that common sense Is an authority to which everybody appeals on tummysubject be does Tint fully understand London Household Words Cold Tonmlo Catsup Scald and squeeze seeds from half n peel of tomatoes add two roots of horseradish grated one quart of nns 1 turtiums chopped one cncupful of sugar one tcacUpful of salt one table sKtonful of blackl imietnrd seed one I tnblespoonful of celery seed one cupful of chopped onions two sweet red pep pcrs chopped fine one green lpopper or chopped two tonspqotifuU of black topper Otto tcaspoonful of ground cloves one teaspoon fill of ground mace two teaspoonftils of cinnamon ono quart of vinegar Mix all together us then bottle and sealSt Louis Globe UcmoelntI Cnotur Oil HairTonle- The ru fashionable coiffure for young women fled girls is waved nt the sides whore It droops n little Small combs hold these waves in place The cull at of the back Is plaited rather high Castor oil pure and simple Is said to be an ox oollent tonic for the lair used once a month It Is applied with a small fine sponge which Is dipped in the oil and rubbed oh the scalp the hair being parted with the flugere N Y Ue corder SELFEXECUTION IN JAPAN Long a fart of the 1cnal System IB tbe Mlkmlofl Domain The Japanese samurai from earliest childhood WM trained In the most elab orate code of honor of mind ever de iliicd aiii which to tutu represented the law Common people might be pun ished for infractions against properly or pct sin for the samura there was but one termination for U stain upon hli pscutehcon or that of ids clan self Im molation by harakiri as the net was termed tseppuku as the ceremony of disemboweling was styled We cannot survive our defeat said the confiden lint adviser of J4 lId Tokugawa the last oliogun when they had retired to the rastle of Osaka oriel the disastrous hat tie of Kushimi nnd he advised Hoppuhu Hut Kelki did not see It rush survives to Jay in tIll castle at Shinoka althougl the emu who proposed the suicide true to his principles carried out his Intui tion A samurai today cannot be put to death as a common criminal If he should fail to dispatch himself he must first be reduced to the clays of hoi in n common people attar which the law may take hi course Although IM longer a recognixed in stitution there is little doubt it IttiC casionally resorted to even while being lihcountenuneed by the enlightened members of the government lint It Iis safe to predict that this method of sin elde will continue to exist as long lathe Yanuito DainaxhUi literally spirit of old Japan Is guarded by time wunurai although it nary bo concealed from for sign observers win have but litlk sympathy with this mode of evincing contrition or of making reparation The net of harakiri was witnessed only once so far as records go by for signers It was in February 1808 The port of llipgo Kobe hind heck ojioncd to foreigner when a party of llizen troops piiwd through on their way to Kioto One of tilt captains Taki Zena burn grave orders to lire on till foreign cry and although little damage was done the art was so wanton munch unpro inked that prompt std proportionate punishment of the offender was de manded so thatI these promiscuous tacks tipin pcaccnhlc foreigners might tense Tho government assented and Taki was ordered to commit scppnku by the emperors command ant thut there might lie no mistake representa lives of till foreign powers wore in vilul to I is present at the sickening lituna The time wan set at 1010 p in the place the liondo or main hull of till Scifukujl tompleof Iliogo Ito ShunsLl now his ovcollonoy Marquis Itolliro ijiiml premier of the cabinet bur then provisional governor of l l logo hind hen ordered to itness the punishment on till plllt of tliogovoniineiit Altogether there wore seven konshlI or witnesses prokihly to correspond number with the foreigners detailed to witness the out The geiiMal opinion prevails that the mibont yhiyI companicd by n kaishaku a second fie quently volcctcd by himself for his skill with thin sword Taki entered calmly stud steadily but without 111 lido dressed in his robes SJllltrlllJncKtiOM proceeded tiltthe mats eovopd with a rug of scarlet felt upon which u qimtfod in n rospeelfulnttitude the j101l1ll1hllupon old slightly bonding forward He now rrypumuHiblefarstealtone assistant now brought n tray upon which rested n waklahi or minim nine lush onehalf inches long pointed and sharp as a tarsi The con demned man took IhC wopon after causing hh clothes lu drop to his wnlM slsubbcgdreply Idthllmlhhright side nnd turning in tilt 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nOU2ILETv 1M POWEL1IEMERTcO1ptltr HAVE YOU TRIED YUCATAN i nlsE ul itsnth drN0 TtWp 17x bto ttmn Gold b drn tats i 10 j r + i 4- I 1 JTT i7 p r CHANT OF STARS K Universe Thrilled With Cadence WhenI the Morning Stars Sang Together ttr0eq and World Were In Harmony fat the ilUcorrt or Sin IUd Not Vee u StrucU An Eloquent Sermon bj Hev Or Taluiftge U U Dr Talmage In his sermon Sunday Illustrated must practical truth lli subject wan J ho Chant of the Stars land the text Job xxxviii 07 Who lei r the corner atonu thereof when th- morning stars sang together r Vo have all seen the ceremony a f the laying or the cornerstone a church asylum or Masonic temple s Into the hollow of the stone trer 5 placed scrolls of history and I ipotau t documents to bo suggestive If lOo orI J 200 years after the building should bet destroyed by tire or torn down Wo g remember the silver trowel or Iron r hammer that smote the square 1picco of granite into sane t tity We remember some venerable k man who presided wielding the trowel ti or hammer Wo remember also tli scatrr log about to be constructed The leaves of the note books fluttered iin it the wind and were turned over with a If great rustling nndwe remember how t the bass baritone tenor contralto rand soprano voices commingled They 4 had for many days been rehearsing the ii special programme that it might be of the corner stone laying text the poet of Uz calls us toIfIfworthy r ecrcnionythe laying of the of this great temple of n t world The corner stone was a block of light and the trowel was of celestial crystal All about and on the embank ments of clouds stood the angelic chor n istcrs unrolling their librettos of over ture and other worlds clapped shining cymbals while the ceremony went on and God the architect by stroke of light alter stroke of light dedicated the great cathedral of a worldwith r mountains for pillars and sky for fres ficoed ceiling and lowering fields for a floor and sunrise and midnight aurora for upholstery Who laid the corner stone thereof when the morning stars snag together The fact is that the whole universe was a complete cadence an unbroken dithyramb a musical portfolio The great sheet of immensity had been spread out and written on it were the stars the smaller of them minims the larger of them sustained notes The meteors marked the staccato passages Jie whole Heavens n gamut with all sounds intonations modulations the space h teed the words a musical In terval trembling of stellar light a quaver the thunder a bass clef thu wind among trees a treble clef That Is the way Jod made all things a per feet harmony Hut one day a harp string snapped in the great orchestra Ono day a voice sounded out of tune One day a discord harsh and terrific grated upon the glorious antiphon Jt was sin that madn the dissonance and that harsh discord has been sounding through the centuries All the work of Christians and philanthropists and reformers of all ages is to stop that discord and get all things back into the perfect harmony which vas heard it the laying of the corner stone when o the morning stars sang together He lure I get through if Iam Divinely helped I will make it plain that sin is discord and righeousncss harmony f That in general things arc out of tune is as plain as to a musicians ear h is the unhappy clash of clarinet and r bassoon in an orchestral rendering The worlds health out of tune wend lungs and the atmosphere in collision disordered eye and noonday light in quarrel rheumatic limb and damp weather in struggle neuralgias and pneumonias and consumptions and epi I lepsies in flocks sweep upon neighbor hoods and cities Where you find ono f person with sound throat and keen t eyesight and alert car and easy respi rattan and regular pulsation and sup pie limb and prime digestion and steady nerves you find a hundred who have to be very careful because this or that or the other physical function Is disordered t The human Intellect out of tune the judgment wrongly served or the mem ory leaky or tho will weak or the tem r per inflammable tho wellbalanced exceptionalDomestic of tune only here and there a conjugal outbreak of In a compatibility of temper through dl voice courts or a filial outbreak about a fathers will through the surrogates court or a case of wifebeating or hus ftp band polsoning through the criminal courts but thousands of families with June outside and January within Society out of tune Labor and cap F throatFthe social scale who are struggling to get up and putting thoso who arc up IIII anxiety lest they have to come r down No wonder tho old pianoforte vcof society is all out of tune when hy k pocrisy and Ving and subterfuge and anJd v 0000 years been banging awayat the keys and nCamping the pedals On all sides there is a shipwreck of harmonies Nations in discord without realizing it so wrong Is the feeling oC- Ratlon for nation that symbol chosen fpre fierce and destructive In this country where our skies are full of robins and doves and morning larks i r J + 1MH mvn have oi II fierceII ho found In nil the logues ornithological cataIn ta n where theyhave lamblfr i deer theIrsymbol is life e lion In UUIi sla aylierc rrombet frozennorthnil kindly I beasts dwell tl- Jln160uthY growlingbear IUlll iin the worlds heraldry afavorite figure is the dragon thefabled winged andwcontelllu lla so O isI the world or throughd timecI battleeand warttheforplonCItrcltlIrlol for a thesetI the wav na tion feelsI toward nation Iscorltwllleas the continent and bridging the bens I supposeI you have noticed how lI warmly in love dry goods stores are I withother1 dryI goods stores turd how highly sugarsofoJlen I 10 same street ullopatlobspeakof eachother and how ministers will sometimes put ministers on that beau tiful cooping instrument which tho English call a spit an iron roller with spikes on it and turned by a crank be Inisterbeingmen who lire turning him say Hush my brother we are turning the spit for the glory of Godand the ci A your soul nnd you imisl b quiet while we close the service with 1IIelt be the tie tint binds Our hearts In Christian lovo The earth is diametered and clicum ferenced with discord and the music that was rendered at tho laying of the worlds corner stone when the morn ing stars sang together is not heard now nnd thought here and there from this and that part of society timid from this and tint part of tore earth there I comes a thrilling solo of love or a l warble of worship or a sweet duet of patience they are drowned out by a discord that shakes the earth Paul says Thu whole creation groaneth and while tho nightingale and the plover sometimes sing so sweetly that their notes have been written out in musical notation and it is found that the cuckoo slugs in tho key of U tad that the cormorant is a basso in tho winged choir yet sports mans gun and the autumnal blast often leave thom milled and bleeding or dead in meadow or forest Paul wan right for tho groan in nature drowns out the prima donnas of the sky Tnrtini the great musical composer dreamed one night that lie made a contract with Satan the latter to be over in the composers service limit one night he handed Satan a violin on which Diaholus played such sweet music that the composer was awakened by the emotion and tried to reproduce the sounds and therefore was written Tartinis must famous piece The Devils Sonata a dream ingeniiis hit faulty for all melody descends from Heaven and only discords ascend from hell All hatreds feuds contro versies bnckbitlngs and revenges are the devils sonata are diabolical fugue are demoniac phantasy lire grand march of doom are allegro of perdi tion Hut If in this world things in general are out of tune to our frail cur how touch more so to beings angelic and delflel U takes a skilled artist to fully appreciate disagrccmcntof sound Many have no capacity to detect n defect of musical execution nnd though there wero in one bar as many offenses against hnniiony as could crowd in between the lower F of the bass and the higher 0 of time sopra them no discom no it would give fort while on the forehead of the edu cated artist heads of perspiration would stand out ns a result of the harrowing dissonance While nn amateur was j performing on a Plano und mail just struck the wrong chord John Sebas tutu inch tho immortal composer en tered the room and the amateur rose In embarrassment and Smelt rushed past the host who stepped forward to d eyboahindand changed thenand upon the keys painful harmony Into glorious ca dcncc Then hitch turned and gave salutation to time hostINut tine worst of all discord 1 Is moral dlscccd If society and tho world arc nainiully discordant to imperfect man what must they be to a perfect God People try to define what sin Is It seems to me that sin is getting out of harmony with God a disagreement with His holiness with Ills purity with Ills love with Ills commands our will clashtimigtvitlm Ills willIthe finite dashing ugnlnst time Infinite the frail against time puissahtthocreated against musicians withtime Creator if 1000 Illlto and cornet a piston anti trumpet violoncello the hautboy and and trombone and all the wind and stringed Instrumeatg that over path should resolve eredln a Dusseldorf jubilee that they would play out of tune time rock nutconcord toand put wIth shrieking mnko the place wild and rasping sounds they and grating could not make such B pBndemonlutn as that whIch rages in a sinful soul emotiondisthong cord lifelong discord dlacortThe A nq a than it nods for consonance llljfh prices havo been paid for music One man gave S225 to hear time Swedish songstress in New York and another 5025 to hear her In providence Fabu lous prices kayo been bald for sweet sounds but far more has been paid for discord The Crimean war cost SI 700000000 and tho American civil war over 930000000 and tho war debts of professed Christian nations are about 315000000000 The world pays for this red ticket which admits it to the saturnalia of broken bones and death agonies and destroyed cities and plowed graves and destroyed hearts any amount of money Satan asks Discord Discord limit 1 have to tell you that the song that time morning stars sang together at the laying of the worlds corner stone is to resound again Mozarts greatest over ture was composed one night when hon several times overpowered with sleep and artists say they can tell tho place In the music where lie was fmt ling asleep and places where ho i I awakened So tho overturn of tho morning stars spoken of in myII text hits been asleep but it will awaken and be more grandly rendered j by tho evening stars of the world ex istence than by th ++ morning stars amid j the vespers will be sweeter than tho I matins The workof all good menII ant women std of all good churches and all reform associations help teII orllrhmlhnrUlonsattuned riocnl life to be attuned tim 1111111 ethics to bo attuned inturna tionality to ou attuned hemispheres to be attuned In olden times tho choristers hail si timing fork with two prongs nod they would strike it on the buck of pew or music rack and put it to thin air nUll then start the tune und nil the other voices would join In modern orches tea the lender has a complete instru ment rightly tuned tutu hu sounds that and all the other performers tune the keys of their instruments to make them correspond and draw the how soundlovum again keys are screwed to concert pitch ant the dis cords melt into one great symphony and thu curtain hoists and the baton taps and audiences lire ruptured with Schumanns Paradise and tho Perl on Hossi nis Mahat Mater or Itachs Magnificat1 in D Now our world can never be at tuned by an imperfect instrument Fen a Cremona would not du Heaven has ordained the only instrument and it is made out of tho wood of the cruse and the voices that accompany it aro imported voiccN cnntatrlecs of the first Christmas night whom Heaven serenaded till earth with Ulory to Sod in the highest sandmin earth pence good will to men Lest wo start too far off and get lost in generalities wo had better begin with ourselves get our own hearts anti lives in harmony with time eternal Christ Oh for Ills Almighty Spirit to attune us to chord our will with His will to modulate our life with Ills lifo and bring us into unison wIth all that is pure and self snurifioing and heav enly Tho strings of our nature aro nil broken and twisted and time bow is so slack it can not evoke anything mellifluous flue instrument inado for Heaven to play on has been roughly twanged nail struck by Influences worldly and demoniac O toaster hums of Christ restore this split and frac tured anti despoiled and unstrung na lure until first we shall wail out for our sin and then thrill with Divine pardon Tho whole world trust also bo at tune by the same power I was in a weighing seine manufactory of Vcr mont Six hundred hands and they have never had a strike Comploto harmony between labor and capital the operatives of scores of years in their beautiful homes nearby time man sions of the manufacturers whose In vention and Christian behavior made the great enterprise So ell the world over labor nUll capital will bo brought Into euphony You may have heard what in called time Anvil Chorus composed by Verdia tuno played with hummcre great nut small now with mighty stroke and now with heavy stroke beating n great iron anvil That is what tho world has got to come to anvil chorus yard stick chorus shuttle chorus trowel chorus crowbar chorus pickax chorus gold mine chorus roil track chorus loco motive chorus It can be done anti it will be done So nil social lifo will be attuned by tho Gospel hnrp There will be as many classes in society as now but the classes will not be regu fated by birth or wealth or Accident but by tho scale of virtue and benevo lence and people will bo assigned to their places as good or very good or most excellent So also commercial life will be attuned and there will bo 12 in every dozen and 11 ounces in every pound and apples at the boltomuf tho barrel will be as wound an those on time top and silk goods will not bo cotton and sell ers will not havo to charge honest peo ple more than tho right price because others will not pay anti gods will tromp to you corresponding with tno sample by which you purchased them and coffee will not bo chicoricd and sugar will not be sanded and milk will not Ira chalked and adulteration of food will be a state prison offense Aye all things shall be attuned In the sixteenth century tho singers called time Fischer brothers reached the lowest bass over recorded and the highest note eyr trilled was bj La 1 4 r h iPaiUrdcUa anti Cntallnls rle hail a I compass of three and a halt octaves but Christianity Is more wonderful fo e greatestheightsworlds necessity and it with compass everything and bring it In accord with the song which the morning stars san at the laying of time worlds corner stone All tho sacred music in homes and concert halls and churches tends towards this consummation Make it yourfamiliesness If wo with proper spirit use these faculties we are rehearsing for time skies Heaven is to hive a now song nn en tirely new song but I should not wou der if sometimes on earth a tune Is fashioned out of many tunes dr it is one tune with tho variations so some of thus songs of the redeemed may have playing through them tho songs of earth and how thrilling ns coming 111Itrumpeters with their trumpets if we should hoar some of tho strains of Atitioch anti Mount Plguh ant Coronation nnd Lenox and SU Martins anti Fountain and Ariel nail Old Hundred How they would bring to cOInI val and the church worship in which on earth wo minified I havo no idea that when we huh furowoll to earth wo are to bid farewell to all thc u grand old Gospel hymns which molted nnd yearsNowness harmony lot us got out of the ono and enter tho other After our dread fill civil war was over in time sum mar of 18W n great national peace jubilee was hold in Boston nodas n elder of my church hUll Heel honored by time selection of sumo of his music to bo rendered on that occasion I accompanied hire to tho jubilee Forty thousand jwoplo sat land stood in time grunt coliseum erected for that purpose Thousands of wind and stringed instrument Twelve thousand turned voices The masterpieces of all ages rendered hour after hour day after dayIIundels Judas Maccabaeus Spohrs Last Jtidgment Heethovcns Mount of Olives Haydns Creation Mendels sohns Elijah MoycrboorH Coro nation March rolling on mind up in surges that billowed against tho heavens Till mighty endemics with in were accompanied tho outsido by tilt ringing of tho bells of the city and cannon on the commons discharged by electricity in exact time with time music thundering their awful bars of harmony that astounded nil nations Souotimcs I bowed my head and wopt Sometimes 1 stood up in time enchant ment and sometimes tho effect was so overpowering 1 felt I could not endure it especially when ell tho voices wero in full chorus and all tho batons woro In full wave and all tho orchestra in full triumph and a hundred anvils millIIIIJhtY hammers were in full dang and all tho towers of the city rolled in their ma 3sweetness and tho whole built ing quaked with tho boom of 50 cat non Parcpa Rosa with a voice that will nover again be equaled on earth until tho urchungeliu voice proclaims that time shall bo no longer ruse above all other sounds in her render ing of our national air limo Star Spangled Itnnnor It wan too much for a mortal quite enough for an im mortal to hear and while some faint ed one womanly spirit released under Its power sped away to bo with God INTERESTING ITEMS TUB Gospel is preached In 10 differ emit languages In the United States WM STOUIKR tho newest Colorado millionaire hue his wife for a business partnerA ns a weight for gold and diamonds was originally a grain of Indian wheat well dried WIIKN tho birch Is used In prisons tho victims head is put between tho front legs and Ills body drawn tightly over u cushion IK there were but ono potato in time world a careful cultivator might pro duce 10000000000 from it In ten years and thus supply time world with soul again KinvAim HcaiiKox accused of mur jdcring his wife at n farmhouse near Albany N V lean been convicted of murder in the first degree Tho pun alty is death In tho electric chair TDK queerest birthmark which tho authorities tell anything about is on tho back of Joseph Hothermans neck Joseph is a resident of Connellbvlllo Pa and his odd nark is hardly noticeable but by time end of time first quar ter it Is an angrylooking crescent daily increasing in size When tho moon Is at tho full Hothermans birthmark tilts also maintained itHmaximum size It decreases as tho moon wanes anti by tho time of old or now moon is again scarcely noticeable FIPTV years ago only about 5000000 pounds of rubber word used annually In time world limo consumption now n moii n Is to 70000000 and it is increas ing every year Time invention of the rubber tiro multiplied tho demand for this valuable product of time rubber tree many fold It Iis said that tho rub ber tree forests of Hruzilare being rap idly destroyed by the ruthless rubber hunter At any rate men familiar with the subject are now costing about for places in this country and on the Afrban continent where the rubber tree can be grown with profit t + r J rt s 1 w I HUNTING BUFFALOES eA Method ThAt Lacked the 8pfeet 8fwrt sad WM Cruel Of nil the deadly methods of buffalo t slaughter the still hunt was the dead liest Bays a writer upon the cxtebnlBal i Itltgdestitute of nearly every element kjl the buoyant spice of lanKer that its x compnnled buffalo hunting on horse hack and today it considered to havw been mere butchery of the tamest sail yetlho most cruel kind About iIt there was unite of the true excitement horsebackfurnishevl t keenly exhilarating with nn elcmentof danger In the excitement nnd eager ness of which the horso shared with tho rider To IMS successful in this chattn required n good horse a bold rider aFfirm neat anti perfect familiarity with weapons Whenever the hunter din covered a herd of buffalo they usually got to leeward of it and quietly rode forward In n body or stretched out Inn s skirmish line Usually the animals with n confidence due more to their great numbers that nnythlng else would allow a party to appronch within froth 200 to 400 yards of their flank nnd then they would start off nt R slow trot Tim hunters then put spillsI to Ihetr hnrsiH nail dnshrd forward The fntnl spot oat n huffnlo Is 13 to 18 Inches in circumference nnd IIs Mtttacd Inline dlntcly back of the foreleg NO that a man even IIf a pour shot keeping hK nerve wan nlmost nitre to bring down leis gnome nt close range seldom Jr ever winding n shot The dangers of course were ninny nnd on nlnumt every roundup ncctdcntn occurred mu fow of which every year were fatal Hut wffli the still hunt nil wns dif ferent So loiijf nil tine chase wnle the order of the tiny ordinarily rctiulrcd1 tho united efforts of from 15 to S5 hun tern to kill 1000 hiiffntnr In n singly senson hilt n single hunter with n long innge hreechlonder who knew how to 1 mnke n sneak and get n tdnnd on a huiieh often succeeded In killing from r 1000 to n0W In n Hlnglr season by his own tinnlded ofTortH Cnpt Tack Hrldges of Knnsnx win tans ono of time first to begin the flnnl slaughter of time southern Tier killed by contract 111 hulTnloes In nixI weeks Hy daylight till Mill hunter twilled forth on foot currying in leis hnnd his huge Sharps rllle weighing front 10 to 10 pounds with from 75 to 100 londed cartridges In his two belts or begs nt his tilde Prom his belt hung his ripping knife IH skinning knife nnd n htitctierH steell upon which to sharpen them The tin till wojght wits Keldoiu less dune IM pounds and often more Having Me Icuicd n position within 100 to 250 ynrdi of his gniiie nllhoiigh the dlHtniice wni HOinetiiucM greater the hunter got n comfortable rest for his lunge rifle and nil time time keeping his own presence thoroughly hidden from view esti mated the distance carefully adjusted r IIH HlghtN nnd dellberntely hegnn busi nenn If the lured WIIH moving tin nnlI uinl in the ltndtatsI the first one shut If the herd WIIH nt rust the oldest cow which was usually the lender was tilt first one killed The noino would turtle the liuffnlocH and Jiny would tare nt the little cloud of white smoke Iud feel Inclined lo rim lint neelng their lender hesitate they would wait for her hut slit would fall to Hue round nnd the other members of limo herd would go on grazing The policy rapAllytad shoot down any hiilfnlo which at tempted to mnke ofT Ono tihnt per minute WIIH modcrnto rule to fire hut under prensure of circumstnncen two per minute could bo dlfichnrgnd with dclibernto preelalonSt LoulH Itepuli lie Floating H nlturliinii r The niinllurlum ut seu IK n Kuroponn Idea A large Nlcnmcr cnpcclnlly fitted up for till iiceotnmoddtlon of invnlhln In need of fresh nlr tad n favornbln ell ma I o in to he constructed by n ship owning iis ifliillon The nhlp in to be In cultist unt employment for eight or nine iiionllis In the yrnr hut lor at leiifit three montliH out of time twclvu nhe will go Into dock in order Id he thoroughly demised rand dlKlnfcclvd It IH proposed to mnke this Hleiuner which IH to he time forerunner of n large beet Hlmilnrly equipped n veritable limiting ptilnco In the nxittern of both comfort stud nnlubrlty Although killed ounce tutu iiiirwlng will alwnyt bo nnillnhle the nccomiMinimcnlH of u Hniilliirliini will hu kept nil milch nil iMm elite In time iKickground Thu romi aunt idea to be curried out In this nuw r dcpnrtiirc IH the Isolation of n danger Otis chiHH lththe least possible amount of discomfort to Its members end furthermore Hint by a judiciousatiming of moves time sulfcrcrH will Ixj niTonicd u chnncu of recovery under tho must fnvornblo cllmiltiu conditions which It would bo difficult to secure othorwUc A list of aiichoragcM tins ccn trade nil of Which have their sjKcIcil seasons AH BOOH ail any uncle clrublc change of weather U Imminent nt the port of stopping the ship wilt mill for a more salubrious climate Wnishliigton StarfiLike a Cyclone Our partywill sweep this country like n whirlwind Mhou ted the ldstkct tongued orator Irvin the stump1 f1 RUMU If wlhdH sweep her ypjtil get therf came front jike jfrartff 7 with M rsticrvid sit OH a barre1Lw- trait Free Pros M r v 1 f 1 inrvr 1 vA T t- w T ConstipationCauses fully halt tho sickness In the world II retain Uid digested food too long In tho bowels and produces biliousness torpid liver lad HoodsIItoulUoeuro constipation and nil its results easily and thoroughly 25C All druggists Prepared by C I Hood Si Co Lowell Mass The only Pllla to tako with Hoods Sarjaparllla 00000000000000000000000 I I LATE STATE NEWS 00000000000000000000000 Richmond is soon to have n daily paper with It Leo Davis ns editor Chicken and turkey thieves mndo big hauls nronnd Covington recently Aaron Hroxton was sentenced to twoI years in the penitentiary for housebreak ing at Maysvllle Luke Odder pleaded guilty at to stealing cattle from his father and got one year in the tier for it Gordon Dudley twentythree years of ago and deputy sheriff of Madison county attempted suicide with Inuda numFrank 1iUky shot and killed Frank Williams a friend and neighbor Both were prominent young men of Johnson countyA will bo presented to the sex Legislature nuking that it bo made unlawful to kill a quail in Kentucky for five years The contract for tho new buildings of tho feebln minded institute at Frankfurt was awarded ton Louisville firm at thei bid of 41 000 InmOH Leo Patton who was sent to the penitentiary for one year from Ma gofliii for perjury has been pardoned by Governor Bradley Tho Middlesboro coal company has just closed a contract with parties in Atlanta da for the delivery to them of 10000 tons of coal A HOpkins county young ladlite some half ripe persimmons tho other dayy and they puckered up her mouth HO tha sho whistles every time she breathes The May field Mirror says there has been a larger acreage of wheat sown this fall than usual and they say the ground was much bettor cultivated before the sowingJohn Tones son of Rev Thos Jones living near licattyvillo will lose n leg as a result of au accidental discharge of n 14 caliber pistol the ball taking effect in his ankle Andy bark who claimed to bo 130 years old died at his homo in Leslie county Ho died suddenly and made remarks that ho had outlived all hi neighbors and was willing to die G W Myers n prominent businessman of Paris was waylaid and brutally beaten with a club while on tho way homo from leis store tho other night It is thought robbery was tho motive An tbo result of an election bet W S Wright of Croftsvillo agent for tho Asher lumber company was soused into the cold waters of tho north fork of tho Kentucky river by Uncle Madison Col tins Stephen Langford n wealthy citizen of Madison county has presented his favorite nephew William Langford with a deed to 1700 acres of land and n check for 5000 Tho total valuo of tho gift in 50000 While trying to cross tho north fork of the Sandy river a two bushel sack of corn got overbalanced on WmThnckera shoulder and in trying to shift it back ho foil with tho sack across his neck and was drowned Tho sawmills along tho Kentucky riv er in Breathitt and Leo counties have alt placed orders with tho timber mend for larger timber supplies than usual for the winter reason and extensive opera rations are expected y The November term of the Letcher circuit convened at Whitcsburg recent ly and for tho first time in her sixty yean of history tho criminal docket is perfectly clear This is a good showing for the border mountain county Tho mountains around Middlenboro are full of black bear wild turkeys and deer Two largo bears have been killed in the edge of town more than ono him Stired and fifty turkeys have been sighted Jt u tlnedrereaiddeer have beer drink ititterworksreeenOh ittt e f ohl i Charlton Alexander tho cattle king of Bourbon county hiss shipped G50 head of 1at beef cattle across tho waters to bo used by the Johnnie Dulls for Christmas dinners The average weight was 176 pounds Ho has been furnishing Christ was beef for the Englishmen for the last fifteen years The stockholders of three turnpikes in ofSfiscal court from lousing taxes in aid of free turnpikes Not a cent of toll is now collected on any turnpike In Anderson and several of the roads bravo been turned over to tho county Tho mother of John Shields who was given two years in time penitentiary fur cutting another negro says the Dnnvllli Advocate has deserted her husband and gone to Frnnkfort so as to bauble to visit her boy every day or HO It will be re membered that when tho boy was con victcd the woman fainted and said after ward that God mono could separate her from him She node her word good by thentwo years are served Winchester is not the dead town some people think it to be Rend what the Democrat says Wednesday was not n day of stagnation in our city There were two weddings two funerals a hop two fights a serious accident to say nothing of the bazar hold by the ladle of tho Catholic church und the cake auc tion by the ladies of the Christian church the day being ended bu ghost party entertalnment at the opera house at night The strangest story of the season conies from the Johnson vicinity says the Fie i iigsburg TimesDemocrat A calf be longing to Albert Wilson tho well known ofra pair of old fashioned pothooks and swallowed one end of them w far that it became fastened in its throat HO that all efforts to pull it out were unavailing and the operation of tracheotomy was resorted to An incision was made in the throat the hook broken and taken out the throat stitched up and at last reports the calf was alive tend in good shape 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