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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s- r n j t t l 1- JO Wroynh HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD w i Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Zits Continent by Max OReU u u UH MOER COOPER Owner and Editora or A Nol World With Newi From All Nations launbrluc rat Hit flackJ 1100A YEAR Always In Advaino tA rWE LFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 1890 NUMBER B7 Iton and Eastern Railway f sfl TaWo in Effect April 1 189B I WEST BOUND r1NoI ATIONS Dullyautiny t i l1iaglon10 00 nln 1 35 Pr- oIc 31nm 3 i pui pmilacheaterrairJle 8 51 urn pm JlII1ICity8 ram 11111- 15liDtoo Ckr 8 10 lUll 11 20 nu- ron 7 fi5 ram 10 4R nll- lildee 7 43 nlll 10 17 Rill psLBridge 7 38 aim 10 07 Rill rrreol 7 24 Rill 9 35 nail grattlve Jc 7 03 Rill 8 25 nin- C nrteFkaC f3 nin 8 00 ntn ramaholptatawa 6 OS nm aro- Jarkoa 6 00 nll1 6 10 nnr EAST BOUND No 0j STATIONS No 2 Dullex Daily Sunday Lxl gtODMi 2 20 pin 0 30 nin Iron WI 2 17 pin 7 OS nni fujchester 3 07 pm 8 10 ram Mlie I I 3 21 pin 8 C4 nin- Mian Flds 3 37 pin 9 21 nin Ckl City 3 L5 pin 11 Ir era 9ialoo 4 05 pin 12 10 poi IJton 4 18 pin 12 41 pin Ptndee 4 32 pin 1 15 pin yitBridget 4 37 pin 1 26 JlIII- Ttrreot I 01 pm 2 00 pm- peatlyve l Jet Ii irt pin a ni JlII- IThreeFks inil i ithql 2t pm 3 2S pm VitiI 48 pm 4 12 pit Zlkatawa 12 par ri Oi JlIII Jackson W 0 20 pm 0 20 pin Not 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C t 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Ncthcriaiul JD LIVINGSTON Vice 1res and Gen Man CHA8 SCOTT Gen Pnss Agent FORII RiBl NTII4- NOVEMBER Isf Our 500 Watches at 300 1 800 GOO 1 1000 700 11 2000 1500 11 0 0r 7500 I FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 and upward Il Alarm Clocks at OOc and upward fine Clocks at 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver mid Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts nt proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET NearPO LEXINGTON K- YIWORMSQUALITYII WHITES CRE- IMVERMIFUCE o FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED GOLD BY ALL DR1J001ST8IJ CJm1nnRO rutfclss e0sT tons JA WAtTXiBHE 2SC Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY Surgery nnd obstetrics aspecialty WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS t WnOIBSaIB GIOCef t 1 t STERLING KY s- yy r A rYrrq rt EVfNING5f I THE ffeQALD + =For Tin HKIIAII THE HAUNTED CAMP 1Y SIOCUM UaCkWIftI tun backwttn1 oll Time in your Ilight Mnke inc u chill again just for tonight Though faraway from the scenes ofmy childhoodmomory wafts me back to thorn and I live again in tho bright sunlight of tho days that were brightest and best and batho mysoul in tho brightness that eliminates from thojnem ory of childhoods happy lays Varied with many changeful colorings are the scenos that are sketched on memorys canvass Some stand out clearly defined as though the beams of morning were just breaking around thom Oth ors seem to bo surrounded with tho dreamy shadows of sunset yet all enveloped in that soft enchant ing glow that memory wraps as a mantel around those mementoes that we bring with ua from tho wreck of the past to cheer us thro existence It is of one of thoso events of my childhood nod a tale connocted with it that I will write with the hope that some ono in their hours of leisure would bo pleased to read a story of tho long ago When I was n more boy some seven or eight years of ago my father lived in a quiet valley of tho Old Dominion near the hanks of the grand old Cumberland that leaped and tumbled along tho base and among tho spurs rind foothills of tho Black mountains Game of all kinds was plentiful and wo wore always supplied with tho finest meats tho forests of thoso days could afford Hero I lived in bliss sublime imbibing the wild nature of my surroundings and bidding fair to becomea typical representative of tho old Virginia backwoods My father saw and realized all this and although it pained him to quit tho life ho loved so well yet for my sake ho left tho solitude of tho forests and moved to tho sot tlements whore I might have tho advantage of an education Many have been tho years that have passed since I loft its banks and fraught with varied events but they can not efface the glad remembrance of tho happy days I spent on tho Cumberland While more boy it was my I was yet n greatest delight to go on hunting excursions back to the mountains near my home Early in tho forties a party of mon prepared to go to thoso mountains to hunt bees and game and cor j dig sang and I was pormitted to- go along with my uncle who was ono of tho party Oh happy boy that I was I light hearted and happy and how vividly do I remem bor tho events of that hunt1 We struckcamp tho first night on top of tho little Black mountains Some of tho party had killed a door and after building a shelter which consisted of two forks sot perpendicular in tho ground and two long poles reaching from tho forks diagonally to tho ground and those covered with boughs wo built a large fire and had a delicious re past of roasted venison Supper ever tho party engaged in a gen oral convosation and smoke which lasted long into tho night Towards midnight thoro came sweeping down upon us from tho north a cold wave mold tho air soon became so frigid that wo woro com pelled to change quarters and seek protection from tho chilling wind down in the valley Accordingly my uncle who acted as guide for tho party lod us down tho moun tain Hido to a largo rock house a splendid camping place yet not often used Hero wo spoilt tho remainder of tho night Next day wo scoured tho hillsido for sang bees and game and with tho setting sun again sought our camp for rest refreshment and repose Suppor over our guide asked us as wo sat around time roaring camp fire if wo know of tho story and tho tragedy connected with tho camp wo woro now occupying and why it was HO seldom used by tho hunters Nono of us know and allI expressed an eagerness to hoar the tale it was said he about tho year 1801 before tho great tide of civilization from tho east had roll ed its vast waves far ovor tho west ern wilds j while tho Indians still roamed through tho forests of Western Virginia and Kentucky and built their wigwnms in tho valley of the Big Sandy river that a party of hunters six in number five of thom members of tho sumo family brothers cane across from eastern Virginia to this valley of tho Cumberland to hunt They occupied this camp and hero for many days unmolested they hunt ed and enjoyed themselves aa only hunters can Ono night as they woro sitting around tho campfiro enjoying broiled venison and re counting tho events of tho day that one who bore no relationship to tho other members of tho party save as a friend and comrade and whom wo shall designate as number six called the attention of his comrades to tho regularity with which some mountain owls woro hooting seeming to answer each other and that from points which completoly surrounded tho camp Every timo an owl would hoot others would answer fom various points on tho hills and each timo the hooting seemed nearer thnn before Nono of tho party paid any attention to this thinking it just some freak of those feathered monsters that make night hideous in those mountainous regions and especially when a campfiro is star ted But number six thought dif ferently and drawing himsolf himself away some littlo distance from tho camp ho listened intent ly to those sounds that had aroua cd his apprehension Toy con tinued to peal forth on tho still night air with dismal forebodings 0 r IJ in their dreary echoes and constantly they drow nearer to tho camp Number six became alarm ed and returning to tho camp ho again called the attention of his comrades to tho hooting of the owls and expressed his boliof that Indians woro closing in around tho camp and woro using tho owl hoot as signals bwhioh they might ascertain each others positions Ho was laughed to scorn but his fears woro not allayed and taking his gun ho told his comrades ho was gohg to HCO ono of those owls and plunged into tho darkness of tho forest Ho traveled cautiously I on till near whoro ho hoard an owl and concealed himsolf beneath tho brink of a largo tree that had fallen ncross a ravine Thoro ho lay for a short tune when ho hoard tho loaves rustling and twigs break ing beneath the tread something stealing through tho forest and presently an Indian mountoi tho log and walking half way across stopped and hooted like an owl Immediately ho was answered by a score of others Number Six lay still until the Indian passed out of hearing and thou struck across tho mountain toward tho settlements but ore ho had passed out of hearing ho hoard tho crash of tho rifle and tho Indian yell that proclaimed tho triumph of their enterprise Number Six reached tho settlements and col looting a body of non roturnod to tho scone of tho massacre antI thorn they found tho dead bodies of all the hrothors Nono had escaped They are buried just out thoro said our guide pointing to a mound of earth full in tho light of the campfiro They woro placed in an excavation made by tho uprooting of a giant oak and tho mound thnt you see is raised above them and ever since that night thoro has at times boon seen and hoard at this camp tho flash of guns and tho groans of dying mon As tho guide concluded his nnr rativo a gust of wind camo moan ing through tho forest trees and wo fancied time spirits of tho dead hunters woro coming back to claim their camp and ovary timo tho fire would crackle wo would start mind look in ovory direction as though wo expected to see a stal wart Indian rushing upon each of us with uplifted tomahawk That night every follow tried to got his neighbor on tho outside of tho circlo and Ill toll you dear reader of TUB HKHAID forms woro ox tromoly scarce on that lido next tho mound where tho dead hunters wero buried and from tho way wo eyed that mound ono might have suspected that wo expecting tho resurrection at any moment Howovor no haunts came to mo lost that night mid wo all staid on tho inside of tho circle at least while wo woro awake and tho next day changed our location But 1 have since heard many old hunters toll of seeing tho flush of guns around that camp at tho hour it is supposed tho massacre took place and tho groans of man struggling in loath havo swept through tho valley But whether those flashes soon wore from fire flies and thoso sounds of death tho moaning of tho wind I leave tho render to decide but that place today is known as The Haunted Camp- WANraDFifty bushels of new corn for cash The lowest bidder will get the contract Apply at this office 7It S rJ Jih J to Campaign Deception What sort of education is it to our young men and boys to study political ways nrd moans in a practical manner at this moment Scarcely can it bo possiblo that that tho simplest mind will not fool partist1nup of falsohoods gorgeously paint ed with an outward coating of truth says tho editor of tho Ohau tauquan Of course a campaign is an important struggle and ovory good citizen should fool tho responsibility r with which a vote is bur donodTO must woigh woll OUr choice between tho theories of par ties and also between tho charac tor and purposos of candidates Not frenzied partisanship ready to sacrifice truth and honor for prosont victory but calm thoughtful conscientious judgment is what should govern political no tint limo recent election is not tho last ono wo shall hold in our 4 + country and tho evils of this cam paign will bo arising to plague us hereafter Wo may havo difficulty whoa wo attempt to explain away tho falsehoods of our hideously Ilurid prophecies It is alwaysI safe always manly always right to toll d only what is truo and to abide by tho result of honorablo oflort and it is always unmanlyI always tunIpatriotic always dangerous and w never right to suffer our greed for victory to override our sense of truth An election is an objoot lesson stupendous influence over tho popular mind Wo crux not say how far this influence 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tlhemeheyii ttfaiIt to cure 25c AI a i r j I it J tfI it t i 1- p o ho 11 THE HERALD PENCER COOPEB Pattls2tia HAZEL OREKN i i i 1tY BRAVADO NOT BRAVERYI corvmaiiT 136- MyC lather tunes very practical inn the yet something of u philosopher 11- t I jan sec him now us lie appeared when 31 n logical mood he would lightly Imp She palm of Ills Ml nand with the two forefingers of his tight and turn pro eed to make whut he called u listing lon One of these distinctions I bavc never furgottilm mid never Khali My brother liurton and 1 Iluirl just been engaged in some daring escnpad that had come very near costingi our lives To he frank mother had almo helllJrlLOwas had turned its white as a pillow vhllo we boys well IInm atihamcd toI my we were so depraved nr well to tool Upon tho foolish exploit as a hcroii nchicvcmtMit that ought to go into his tory No matter now what tlc adventure wax The fact is 1 should be a hamcd to describe It although it occurred more years ago than I euro to tell lint after the scare was sill over father hnd IIM carry our chains tilt under the shade trees in the dooryard nil then he sat oown before us nil timid those two forefingers on bit left palm 110 Knew then what was coming Hoys he began how well I remem Iher his earnest ncelBoy you Utould always make a distinction be tween bravery and fool InulItIcsA I suppose our faces must1 have loolcei somewhat blank at this statement it kvas n new distinction to IIH Dont you sceV he naked Well Its a little hard for boys to grasp an abstract prlneipli he milled halt t o himself Vou will understand a con crete case better He looked out through tie foliage it tho mnple trees lordering the strent and ninscl for a few moments then lie turned to tin suddenly and said boys do you want to hear a story or rather two stories In one Yes yes wo replied glad that w- were not after all to listen ton Mrmon on finely drawn distinctions Well the events of which tan think ing occurred when I was a lad about your age Chester That was myself you see My oldest brother your uncle Harold was the hero You may think however that one of his exploits wtv not very heroic Harold was a bold Oaring fellow and rather reckless like some boyHthrum- Father interrupted himself by clear ing his throat when he saw how furiously liurton anti I were blushing lie sometimes got Into serious scrapes by taking foolish rind unneecs wiry risks father pursued Once lit was almost drowned in trying to cross a Hw nlen stream when there was not the I nst need of making the venture rut that is not till incident of which I wih to tell you When HaroldI WH H he was sent to the high school in 11 village about two miles from our coun try home lFor riding back and forth my father bought him n flue young blooded horse of which Harold was very proud The animalsI mane was so princely that unroll called him Hegal u name which he soon abridged to Beg t us that seined to glide from the tongue more readily You should have seen t Jlegal as he cantered gaylyI up hill and down dale bearing his proud young e owner on his lack The two made a picture worth painting I The horse was bought in the autumn t ollClltdlglorlollll never happier in his lire than when ho went prancing along the highway or stopped to listen to the songs of the meadowlarks grassflnchcs and hobo links in the adjacent Melds Be very careful with KegalI myI boy I heard my fattier say to Harold ono day Dont ride him too tuna nnt 4ibovo oil never tithe any unnecessary risks with him You see father knew Harolds dispo i sition that was the reason he spoke to him In that warning way Well would It have been Irtllll I mustnt get t ahead of my story 1 fear Harold some times yielded to the temptation to race with some of his young friends on his way to and from the village mind per imps father hind heard about tliono racesOne pleasant evening utter school hours Harold leaped upon Moguls back nnd went loping grandly down the street of the village On reaching the middle of the town or what was called time public square hi wheeled around the corner nnd started northward in the direction of our home AH he did BO ho r heard the whistle of the lightning ex press in the distance approaching the village along the edge of which the rail wny ran As the station was a small l one this fast express never stopped there but wen dashing by the village t tatn tremlnclousaplctl Time spirit of daring and adventure seized Harold tLat evening when he heard tho whistle of the approaching train k sow for a race Keg he cried tap ping the horses side with his riding k whip We can bent that pokey old tItrain to the crossing I know we can Were done It before and we can do it k XrYt p T i 1 C7 i t again Youve never been beaten in a race yet my boy Of course the spirited animal responded to the touch of the whip start ing oil on n swift gallop It was almost it half mile to the crossing The rapid clutter of IJcgals hoofs upon the hard streets brought more than one person to the front door to see what it meant That boyll get his neck broke some o these days with his foolish I raeinV remarked nn oldI woman JCIdI Ing up her hand + in dismay as the boy rushed by at a breakneck speed GoonBeg shouted llaiold Ilnr rah Faster or youll get beaten tuid he lushed the horse with his whip The train was rushing at an unnstiul speed toward the villageI making up for lost time Howard could see its trail of black smoke floating above time houses although he could not hear the rumble of its swiftlyrevolving wheels for the clatter of Krgals hoofs cot11 OFT THIS ENGINE STUUCK Ilmloom Onward the train swept onward the horse and his rider spun both of the rival racers approaching the crossing at about the same distance Go lung go looong shouted Harold QuickI quick faster faster The horse grew desperate and plunged forward with a velocity that made more than one spectators blood chill Then tilt train swept into view steaming nail tooting There were no houses at the right of the station to obstruct Howards view of time train and xo excited and reckless had he become that when he saw that he and the locomotive nest strike the crossing at nearly Ithe snare moment he took no counsel of fear or prudence but con tinued to urge his horse to a still swifter Mice if that possible The engineer saw the foolish boy h CLIVITY dashing forward but could not stop the train In time to prevent a Regal reached the crossing Justin front of the engine and hud Hung his tote feet head and shoulders to the farther side but before he could get entirely free of the track the engine struck the rear part of his body and tossed him almost as If he hind been a marble over into n common upon the gross Was ho lkilled l uiy brother nnd I broke out in the same breath no longer able to suppress our excitement Walt a moment until 1 to that point said my father low Unroll ilCtl11cd with bis life has always re 1 lir 9 i t 1 f i manned a mystery He MOB flung upon a sand heap which broke his fall Hn lay still for a few minutes stunned by tho shock he had sustained and when tic came to hs senses a number of meg rnd boys rushed to tho scene of the dis mister The first words he spoke were these Wheres JlegalV Is he killed 1 Tell me is he killed V Come mind sec for yourself young ster said one of Ithe men Harold lobbed to the place whcr the horse lay1 II am sorry to say it but t he poor aiiinali I was bruised and bleed tug and Mone dead MyI brother Hung himself on the ground by llegiiis side put him arm about his neck and wept the bitterest tears of his life Ah Ive murdered my poor Began he wailed It was mill my fault Its murdered him More than one person standing by turned away to hide time unhidden tears lit UIJT CLUM UK THACKS HIM reckless yet was Dont cry boy said nn old neigh bor soothingly Cryin wont bring him back to life All we can do is to get a stone bout an haul hint away sonic whercs an give him a decent buryinV Lets take him home pleadcl Harold and bury him on our own farm This was done I shall not try tt describe time scene when Kegal1 was Jrought home lend nor do I need tore PentthesermontnfoolhnrdincssI whicn my father preached to Harold who for more thou a year after that daywas compelled to wall to and from the vii lage Tint was his yon ere lot he never complained for he Knew he deserved it Kcgal was buried in the words on our farm and ever after Harold referred to him ns tits martyred legal TilE NEXT MOMENT THEY PLUNGED DOWN TIlE STEEP ROCKY ACII catastrophe get I punishment Dut I promised you another story father continued Do you care to hear it I Both of us nodded our assent tor you fee we could not control our emotions enough to speak Harold figures prominently In this incident too My father had raid to nlwayrinexpress train is unnecessary and there fore foolhardy and Harold had grasped thin distinction said father smiling More than n year bud passed but Harolds lesson had not gone from his I I memory 1 chall never forget the day t jk3 r l R i of his second exploit for f had some part III it myself Mother my little sis ter Mabel Harold nnd I had driven In the family carriage to a very billY region about ten miles from our home In factj the hills were almost as high us mountains On our way home in the afternoon WI wtre driving down a dangerous rout h that wound along the side of a high steep hill In most places the road wni too narrow fur vehicles to pass Ahovu us rose time steep wooded acclivities while below us the descent was so near 1 Iv perpendicular in places that it made our heads dixy to look down Hut we were not afraid for our old family horse Tom was perfectly trustworthy Suddenly we were startled by the loud clutter of horses feet and the rattle of a vehicle in our rear Harold who was driving leaned out to one side and looked back his face growing pale as he el1dIII Its a runaway tenon in a big wagon he shouted And its coming this wayl I glanced back and saw two panic stricken horses rushing down the road toward us at full speed the wagon jumping nil swaying from side to stile with no person anywhere to be seen on the scat or in the box The horses were still a number of rods in our rear as the road fortunately was not so mean Bering at that point as in mummy other places 1 knew that we were doomed if the Iteam with the heavy wagon should rush down upon us There would be no escape The road was very oar row We should nil be crushed to death or hurled down time terrible declivity at our right I felt paralyzed and a kind of stupor came over time My mother and sister were too terrified even to shriek limit 1 was awakened from my stupor by IInroldsllroll commanding voice I Hold the lines Chester he said o me Ill do what I can to save all of yon lie grasped the carriage whip sprang over the wheel to the ground and then ran hack toward the runaway horses which by this time hind cone much nearer I bad all I could do to manage Tom lint mother turned her pulse almost ceasing to heat anti watched her brave boy who was fo un selfishly taking his life in his own hands to save us from a terrible death She sold that he never paused or faltered but ran straight on toward the tear brandishing his whip before them and shouting at the top of his voice to turn them from the road limit they seemed to he blind with panic for they continued their headlong pace in spite of all Harolds efforts They were alt most upon him now and mother ex pected every moment to see him crushed beneath their feet However just in the nick of time he sprang nimbly toward tthe upper stile of the road and then with his whip struck the horses over the faces I slurdyIment theytvcmit scrambling along the edge of the narrow road mind then plungedI with the heavyvngoll lOn the steep rocky acclivity the rear wheels conning within a few feet of our carriage It was a terrible scene 1 never wish to see another like it Hut what happened to Uncle fine Ibeimigchiefly Mother saw him struck down by the stoplamI and was running back to the place where the brave boy lay Was he badly hllltr He was hurt but nut seriously In a few minutes he game limping down the hill with that hers help The hind stvungaroundhadhim making a somewhat severe bruise on his hip front which he cuifered no painful consequences after it WWiI healedbefore we could get started again severll men came running down the road and when they heard the story of Harolds brave unselfish deed they called him the greatest hero in the state Icu the man whose team lav dead among the trees and rocks on the declivity below had tears in his brothershandshandsWhen we reached home and de chIeflyonmy pressed Harold to his boson That was an net of real IIIrol8mI my dear boy he said with deep JIIOI haeanotuerhorsejust toIsehoolmy father ended shouted mybrotherexampleAnd l my father nrucoltJ beberenftcrVIlrnve unhcsi toting You see Ithe distinction now do you he snarl Mmill1FUOFn Not Nerrimnrjr Lowlota How often pruneyourCltyman who thsuhurhpruneratGazette Tine TeshAmalekltlkingsoyerelgue a t A LITTLE NONSENSE 9r gettJtitort j 4 tItVerifleathtmmSheire youV tJinlt a hlooked it up in my check lleytI hook thaoelmorning ILifeI John the balmy hits awnllnnccl It of your pearl studs Well for KIOtf tai nets sake send fur thet doctor rlyMk lf J a + vuy1te got to wear that stud he JI i nightiinlenm Life lIlt IwsZothcb 1 Stay out night after night lieErugh ylecdarkIndiuuahulls1 lIe angrily11ns there any fottj pin sweet on you before I nmarrled outlots SheYes one 111 sorry youCbi jectetl him But I didnt reject bIQJ inn- I married hll11 xonkers Statesman J nod nisaiddebate with her Imnsbnnd for I 1 cJ ightermine1fibperfectlyt cclast1 proaskinl is i IHazar i huThmreeiceishmeddelinquency by having her little fingeri el mildly slnpped After the res3tltantn njntoto something the doll hind to say minamil then said hi n rebuking tone No nW dolly you must not say that mnaun ii tar naughty for punishing mtllavMislicI Hazar tj LettI i OHIGHWAY SKATINGtA New Autumn Outdoor Sport for Ki oat lr otlYitbC Road skating is an outdoor cpot pve which for women at least promises t afei become as established n custom an I 10 I i Irycling Let no one confound this net that port with linking on four rollers 4 by t living on steel runners yet it is a com any promise between the runnier and rohi dUe skate with some ideas borrowed from oak Ithe bicycle It is compared of a 6tttilhe frame that clamps onto the foot andt Iph this directly under the heel anti tonigh lire fastened a couple of urge woouw mad steel wheels with or without lubbtr lets ores as your fancy pleases IIIgh experience on ice blades or the tone obI old wooden wheels helps one not at all 111 n mustering locomotion on the mi not skates first because to balance time foeImou on two instead of four rollers is noaNotht job and then because one is lifted near m t- IIJy two and a half inches from thc hoar bent For these reasons the Inter of grittlnri ity for road skating mutt be dough CXIH with the aid of an nttendantinarinix nand studied as carefully as for exerdiern tn the ice 1 he effort fur tine lhorougt0 ii 13y 1 ignorait of the proper stride Is tj most painfully difficult but it is OSCMT to learn as the bicycle tied quite mic much fun when you discover how Jist IIS no cyclist ht ever content to fipw M- IIHI leisure hours toiling round andover round the biggest academy floor erIhelam iit so directly tlit clltntrlcltlcs such iesr new slcmits are conlJlIllcdonej Wee npelledi to get unl on the nearest it aril plialt or macadam highway with tit1ii A nice roII beaten earth road is gmtethic 1 rs good a skating ground and inu tiettr open air the true joy of this iuiproH means of locomotion iIli felt Thw you push out exactly as iif sklttiDiiw user Ice pick your path with careiw iimnlng it the rate of six or eight mil nn hour when the road and vcauw arc propitious To anyone who fc once been en theseI high easy whet there is no need of extolling the vantages tiny offer for their exhilan ing KMisntion and splendid CtCtt1 inn for women nnd in the into weather as It grows too cold fold tyeling they hold out exceptional cp- 1IIIt 1111 It IlsiA bicycle skirt with bloomers nnda cycle shoos all answer the needs c road Hlmthlg while the upper half L- ItheI body can be dressed just u Ii idual taste dictates Those who v studying out the question of bnlu on these foot wheels use sotnetictf nstcad of cycling skirts any rtlthtundel short dress nlld CRUll Ishootsinchcbrandcowofn1nblHieI good time on their skatesI IIsntofiytIaw r hiring the summer on their hlrc1t5IlYa 1 I e- Amen Chicago Inter Ocean m lag Telephoning unit tilt Itart tease A German newspaper asserts IIsoI th about 10000 of the inhabitants of BV1 top o hear considerably better with theirlwith ear thou with their right This mann Isac gro1Ingt t onlythosquent users of the telephone J t Witle listening part of the Instrument If crony held in the left hand antljjJ the left ear while time right hJ Tlu often used in taking notes etciJJ facto cases observed the subjects heatattenmslightest sound through the telerI Rrvl with their left ears but could w I1IJ0rkstand little or nothing if the Irgrcutl meal were put to their right etrsa coast Is therefore concluded that theI condl1- phone has nn npprecipbdy 811111111ucts effect on the nuditory nerves ifaupc recommendation is made that tmorkt+ Ktrument be used alternately ptire hn right and left ear Chicago markt Ocean or cb- wbleb to Prodnrarnll rarnllt f 1 s 1 I k u 9t 2 utrjt lnd flipilE FARMING WORLD 1 that t THE ELECTRIC LIGHT YI V oil n Affects the rowth or 1rloua Klucb of VigotnbliJ 1doIk Inconsequence of the success which forgun taanttcnded the cxperhncntnl culture dowers uut veg tlhlcs by electricityor America same or the london horti mlturlsts ji who desire to be first at orcrtgautlen with their curly salads io allrig1jj i branch of Industry which Is t xcce- deti Jlgly profltubleproiiase to install the Llectrlo light in their forcing houses I Ie 1 b the states the electric culture of for conuncrciul purposes hasplantsany fr aow become a recognized industry ed rbis fact I15 mainly owing to the Careful you rh- e mpllntlon of data which has been iscthitnWade e by Proto L It Bailey of Cornet croonpniversity Prof Dailey shows that the ontslkacct or the light is marked even at- of It joint distance or loo fet that the electric I am dk4l jgjj does rot determine thc periodicity ligothaveeurs AUifrowth takes place In daylight RS well lrtl1C 1tfs in darkness lIlt experiments are bus summarized The influence of the seen plSa Jcctrie arc light upon greenhouse no sUgMJlantst is greatly modified by the use of le Rngerini clear glass globe or the interposition resaltallj if a glass roof Plants which are much It hereaij tojnred by II naked light may be bene Iisteninj 3tcd by n protected light The light say andmn be suspended even above the house e Noo with good t iTcct Asa rule plants are Immtntk larlior under the electric light than ITMperiAllen grown in ordinary conditions f Lettuce is greatly forced nnd improve t ty the electric IlishU An average of 1five hours of light per night hastened for Ii maturity from n week to ten days at the distance of from ten to twelve feet Ir IPOrifven ut4u feet manly diffused light the rlsca tltlfect was striking The light appeared im nS 1bI fo injure young newly transplanted this net plants Radishes were also benefited olkrsby the light but not much To do them is a com my good the light had to be hung out nrt roll i tide thttlu use Tfplaeed inside whether Icd from naked or protected by n globe it Injured Ie a steel Ithe radishes Beet and spinach were itnndti ipparuutly somewhat benefited by the and toi light Caiilillowers grew taller and wooua niade fewer mail smaller heads anti vio t lnblxi lets and daisies bloomed earlier in the 1reviou lighthouse This corroborates remilis the lOtIobtainedl wrest other flowers in tarlier uotatall ixpcrhnents The electric light flews the roM not appear to determine or modify the the foehours of growth of lettuce and seine s noeatf other plaiitb Which have been studied ted near in this particular Plants which are te floorbenetlted s mply grow more rapidly lit gratoIlurinlf the customary periods These- S LOug experiments have been extended over in It rinix years an1 the conclusions reached cxerclaare worthy of careful attention AS based torouggen Independent scientific Investigation ide Is ti- nselt TREES BLOWN OVER8 quite p t rcrlj tl iii oT it Metlioil liy Whlrii ntliriy IW Jail cUll lie fared to stiil Many orchard trees have been blown call sadover reeently by high winds Where ioor en the roots ou one side me still intnol cities dsuch trtcs can be easily sawed L IL done1 JJlce of St Glair county Jlfchde arestP scribes his method as follows tit ihtl Dig u large hole on the side on which I Isquitrthe roots are broken and sonic lliwe or r1 In ironic felt deep lExtend this excawition mpmTtaeli RAISING ORCHARD TREES roilunder lfait the body of the tree so that u hen fourtdInches eiIoset1eIcutting off large litnbs atiytiItialt but cuttingswayducethe ing oil the ends of the longer limbs Then raise it Into its place and set a anglei1I tree rest against ofllf rootsheirlwithhisrootIsewillhrras good as course rcdlonlyafef applies to trees that have roptn enough left Intact to keep the tree from FarmerLiLinl1 alurkctab iis a factor that should engage the earnest ea attention of every farmer We bear e4 i great deal about catching the foreign faripst population11lrr normalhethe demand for dairy prod lID Inets will also Increasa There is a- nsi foreignIIr we have n home market Whether the 0 1market be foreign or home the butter or cheese must be made knowing to Which it Is going for the same kind of product will not always do for botk rumen Review C a 1 GOOD MILKING STOOL Quickly Made of Board Six Inches Wlee and One Inch Thick A good milk stool Is needed by every milker I dont like the onelegged kind the milker furnishing the other two legs I give a sketch of the stool we use It Is quickly and easily made of boards six to eight Inches wide and one inch thick The cut shows its con struction fairly well a is the seat b the platform on which the pail is placed and c forms both the front leg and a guard for the pail The board b is about 8x20 Inches Other pieces are cut according to the W GOOD MILK STOOL individual requirements of the milker as to height of the stool width of the seat etc The seat a may be covered by stuffing a cushion made from an old grain sack with excelsior hay or even wool Sit down on the stool after depositing it at the right tide of the cow and place the pail on the board b This incloses the pail between such knee and The guard c and thoroughly secures It from any danger of tipping over or the oow striking it with her fret This plan pailbetweenthe milker during the operation of milking whether it be one or n dozes cowsAdjust your stool and pail so that each stream of milk from the tents can be dirccTcd into the pail without undue exertion in reaching out with the army or stooping over into an uncomfortable position Set that the udder and teats ore clean Brash them off thoroughly with dry hands before depositing the pail on the stool The cow should Iw I prnctlcailyflnnkJ U Brown in Ohio Partner PACKED IN PLASTER NVw Method uf Sliliilii Mutter No IMIRV In Australia olDII There FVCIIIS to bo no limit to the wising of means for the transportationl l of perishable produce to new method isi that of packing butter In n box made of six sheets of ardlnery glass all the edges being covered olrwith gum paper The glass box is tu eloped in x layer of plaster of paris n quarter of an inch thick andI this i covered with speciallyprepared paper The plaster Ixing a bad conductor of heat the temperature inside the her meticallyscaled receptacles remains constant being unaffected by external changes Butter packed in this way at Melbourne has been sent across the sea- to South Africa anti when the case wan opened 700 miles from Cape Town the butter was found to be as sound all when it left the factory Cases are now made to hold ne much as two hundred weight of butter and 10 boys and girls are occupied in making the glass receptacles and covering theta with planter The top rJid is put on by a simple mechanical arrangement and IU removed by the purchaser equally east lyI A saving of 23 per cent on freight and packing b claimed in compar iRon with the cost of frozen butter car ried In the usual way DAIRY SUGGESTIONS If the cow has a sore teat milk very carefully and apply extract of witch hazelLabor is money Use no useless la bor make no needless stepsIn the dairy work The oleomargarine business Is being curtailed materiallywhch is good news to the dairy The contented cow is the only profitable one The best Cij w in the world will not do her best If discontented The first cold nights of fall have in jured the milk yield of many a cOw permanently until she has her next calfA cow that has not a bright eye ii not a good dairy cow A fool animal of any kind is not the best animal of ltd classGood corn fodder good clover and good straw will make milk The latter must be supplemented with grain ond the first two ought to be The application of dirty grease to scows sore teat or to the sore on and other animal tins no sense bask of it Common grease IB not healing rt1 more apt to act as a blister Western Plowman Jrowlng of Small Fruit One who is posted on the fruit Indus try says that in looking back two dec odes the trlesin small fruit growing seem wonderful as well as phenomenal In many ways Small fruits have nddcd millions to the income of tillers of the soil and stimulate the desire of the public for those cheap healthful and rev fining luxuries which were scantily supplied by natures bounties until within the past few years The fringe only of the possibilities of small fruit growing has been reachedDakota Yield and Farm r4 i 7 t v Chinamen touring Wives The Chlnnmen of Australia when they take a notion to marry write to a mate rimouial agent in long Kong some what as follows I want a wife She must be a maiden under SO years of age and must not have left her fathers house She must also leave never rend a book and her eyelashes must lie halt an inch in length Her teeth must be an sparkling as the pearls of Ceylon her breath must be title unto the scents of the magnificent odorous groves of Java and her attire must bo from the silken weavers of KalaChing which are on the banks of the greatest river in the world the overflowing Yang teeKlang The price of u Chinese woman delivered in Sydney Is StOObut two Chinese women only cost 200 therefore the Chinese Import the wom en In couples The importer never sees the women before they arrive and then he gomrally selects the best one The other is shown around to u number of welltodo Chinese and after they have inspected her she is submitted to what may be called public auction Dunce In Church There was a curious and to many lEnglish people an incredible sight to have been seen in Seville recently viz a dunce in n church Saturday was the feast of the assumption and one of the four days on which the dance is per formed the others being the first two days of the carnivalI and the feast of the eurilication It U danced by eight small boys nail Its measure Is slow That of the minuet Pnor It Wouivix of Brussels Itch gaunt now visiting Washington holds the chair of applied electricity in the Inivwrjilty of Ghent He says that while Europe Is much farther advanced in the knowledge of the theory of electricity in all applications of that wonderful power to commercial uses thu United States is far in the lead- WaomlasIhnt 1sI either a des lorato criminal or ho lives In Brooklyn llnjrc How do you maUu that mutt Wiggins ales either In four of u dutoctlvo nr a trolley car I cant tell whlrh Truth NOT HiaPiiiTBUKXcu Well Mr Bone diet Haiti the jiliyslflnn von nrurtvly ex ported triplet to begin with No I illihit tvplloil the disconsolate man I prefer lilY family on the installment plan Llfll SCIENTIFIC 1DIlo tint tlano nil tho veiling dear Kiinenibor Unit the tlunocH of an aveniKO ball ewer a total distance uf niiminilos Practical I liiuulitcrOhhutu girl is carried most of tlio way mamma TiUJits eMis VAX 11nuIOl arc a republican ill polities Hiulluvo Miss UollvllulilV Miss n IfI1CYI Mr Van Bran that is true f 111m u domnerat So I have understood Miss Ilillolleld Xollle dear Itt iMse Pittsburgh Clironlelc Tolcgriipb I woxncit whnt this author moans when lie says that Mrs Do Ilrownnit eyes woro riveted upon her hushiiiidi said Mrs Wllkes I dont nn0W said Mr WilUes unless ho was jealous nod hud them rlrotmlon himself so that slit couldnt Uuico ntanybody else It llarpors liuzur- Mn l lltlWN31llI arc such dreadful nrcauireslI lines Mr Black over come homo tit night tho worscjforllciuorf 3lrsIIIetc- Nn not usl know of Stop Yes there was tine eight I thonuht ho had boon luUing too inncli That was tin limo ho Hiioln of Him non who hihl the epp that killed the golden goose Boston Transcript Ax INDOKHIMIT u Kurmcr Corntoi cl hurt inndo a visit to u penal instiliitlou anti was telling his wife about Itultllldhe sold1Im mighty glad of one thing an that Js that our boy losliu plays football I- UlltU think twus u leetlr rough lint them aint uolliiti like outdoor exirclso fur givlu moral tone V lint put yer mind on to Watt The trip I jus ink I looked them roiivlcts over un I could toll by their hair that there wasnt a single football pluycr tu Ute UuLlilot WushluKton Staru u Beauty is the power which capti vutta thestrongest nu titled A womans personal at tr rcthcneset is the weapon with which site conquers her world Almost every woman believes that she possesses at least some one attractive feature and strives to make the most of that But mere regularity of feature ia not the most attractive form of bcauty- lalankind is more influenced bytbe bright glowing vitality of perfect health A classic cast of countenance will not make a woman attractive and captivating if she 1is pall thin weak and nervous or has a pimply complexion or unwholesome breath These complaints are due to imperfect nutrition The digestive and bloodnmking organs fail to extract the needed nourish ment from the food and tilt liver is too sluggish to cleanse the blood of bilious impart ties The entire constitution becomes weak poisonedThe antidote for this state of things is Dr Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery It gives power to the digestive and nutritive organs to make an abundance of pure rich highly vitalized blood which permeates the whole system with the sweet seas of purity the beauty of womanly vigor and animation- It creates solid healthy flesh andnatural color clears the complexion dispels wrink lea rounds out the form and imbues the whole physique with the irresistible natural magnetism of perfect health bliss Julia Ellis of Faith McLean Co Ky write suffering for a tong while with a lingering disease I was advised torn lr liercca medldnet I took seven bottles ofthe OiMen Medical Discovery and Favorite Prescription and found relief tlfe U now no longer n burden to me I weigh 1xJ pounds Ayrar ado I weighed gt pound I shall raiseDr Pierce a medicines wherever I go I red totter than ever before My health was very much impaired and I feel that I owe o great deal to your wonderful medl dun I truly believe they saved my life Ithank you for the advice which ybta so kindly gave me wilDe taking your medicinal 1 y pxtee f- J I I STATE or Onto CITT orTOLEDO I LUCAS CouTNFiuNKJ CUUSKY makes oath bathe III the senior partner of the Urnt of K J CIIICKKT loledoaCountfirm will pay the sum of OMB UVNUHEO DOI iaus for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HiLLa CATAIIUU Cumin FIUNK J CIICXE- T8vom to before mo and subscribed In my prcscnccUilsOUulay of December AD185I U W 1- ASItarJ i 18EA41A Poblfa Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and 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+PREBIDENTCLEvELANDAmessage while ft lengthy and well written documont was n disappointment to tho pooplo in that they expected him to recommend tho recognition of Cuba as an independent nation MAC EO seems to have the best of the Spanish army und report has it though Woylor has 200000 troops ho can neither defeat cap turo or kill the insurgent leader Independence iu a groat incentive and for this the Cubans will fight to the hitter end UNDKK the head of announce ments will bo found tho name of Asa 11 Pioratt of Ezol Morgan county who aspires to represent Morgan anti Wolfo in the next legislature Mr Pioratt is a Dem ocrat of the simon pure stripe and stood shouldor to shoulder with tho free silver boys of this section who will not bo likely to forgot hun when tim strifo comes His announcement coming late permits us to say but little of him this week but at another time wo shall have somothing more IYtlhtOB Thorn Ion a voodoo dod v Lori lilts died at Pittsburg of laugh lug His laugh was infectious Sometimes he would start to laugh anti it was only with great difficulty that ho could stop These spells weakened him The other day ho had a eovoro attack of laughter When lie reached homo ho wont to bod whore ho had another laugh Then ho foil asleep Next morn ing ho wits round dead One day lately Hamilton Cox of Brooklyn wont hunting near Kll drod His guides placed him back of a runway and told him to keep his eyes well pooled if ho wanted doer Ho sat there till ho was tired and thou moved back to the shelter of a bush A door loap ed over Mr Coxs bush knocked 4tho gun out of his hands and die charged it all in tho jump Tho charge struck tho door amidships and it foIl dead within a few feet of tho frightenod hunter Nothing gives tho writor more pleasure than to meet old friends and especially those old friend that hail from that country where tho grass grows blue and whom tho majestic hills climb to kiss tho skies Last night Mr Carl Day an old Kentucky boy called around to tho Broozo office to hunt up n fellow Kontuckiau and as ho sat and talked of Torrent and Hazel Green and tho dear old towns down in the blue grass and reminded us of old friend and old scenes fond nnd familiar The heart of tho writer wandered back ucroba the intervening states and lived again aiidthowaviKg blue grass in tho 7 I fr U Sw t v old Kentucky homo Mr Day is n studont at the A M collego Call and see us oftentColonolfor wo are glad to see youLRke City Fla Breeze WOLFE COUNTY Gillmore Gleanings Elder J D Hunter of Rowan county is hero holding a series of meetings assisted by Bro F P Wilson Brother Hunter is a fluent talker and what I would call a scientific doctrinal preacher holding forth the bible that told nothing else as tho infallible word of God through which tho world can bo saved Brother Hunter is one of those hated and despised anti much persecuted preachers of tho church of the true and living God and is not ashamed to static up before tho world and declare tho whole council of Godre hope that much and lasting good may bo done in this vicinity in the name of tho Holy Child Jesus James M Ely has bought tin steam mill above here known ns tho Lee City mill from A J Val tors and Jack Wilson for 050 and will move it to within two hundred yards of this place which if run properly told right will bo a groa blessing to this community A N Haddix lost a good mare a few days sinco This is two that ho has lost in lless than a month having lost a good mule a short tine since David Vest also lost a fine threeyearold filly Charley Pratt was struck down suddenly last Saturday morning and is not expected to live though ho was still alive at this writing Dr Carroll is attending him Morton Graham has boon con fined to his bod for some time with fever but is considered on tho mendBruce Nickoll is very low with fever but is thought to be improving at last accounts J II Vest is having some im provements made on his house Born n few days since to time Wife of A X Haddix a girl I Dec S UXCIK REMUS Pine Hill Pickups Tho school closes at this place the 9th inst1 with an entertain mont The term lots boon a prosperous ono and much interest is nanifosted in education and gon oral improvement For tho month mding November 8 the roll of honor for grade lvwas Mida Rog ors 90 Maud Chester OS Mollie Hush 05 Sallio Bowman 92 Lu niula Rogers 90 Nannie May DO Colin Bush 87 Mattio Townsend 37 Joo Meadows 85j Juko Bush 80 For grade 2 Martha Bush 90 Mattio Adams 88 Maumio May 80 For grade 8 Mollio Smith 92 Willie Adams 91 Tim improvement in all tho grades has boon grout and each one deserves credit for tho progress made No effort line boon spared by the teacher to arouse on interest and to advance tho cause of education An applo anda pour tree on the Farm of NewtTownsond have twico borno fruit this year tho second crop of pears being almost ma tured A turkey hen belonging to Mrs Jas Bush has boon laying over since February last She has reached tho hundreds of eggs Miss Mattio Bush of Mt Rose layette county is visiting in this vicinity Another wedding is soon to tifko place in the Bush settlement Doc 1 XYMA Sarsapiuilla hull over and HOODS proved by iti cures when nil other preparations failed that It is tho Ona True BLOOD Panther I MORGAN COUNTY Jamboree From the Jambs Miss Ida Oldfiolds was a visitor at the Jambs lust week Jim Linden of Gillmore passed j lastlweokweekMiss I Mattio McGuire of Ezel I is visiting liar aunt Mrs Leer1 Caskey of tho Jambs Miss Rebecca Wilson entertained a few of her young friends last WilIlieHarlan McClure and wife attend ed church at Salem Sunday and worn tho guests of Mrs McCI lires parents Isom Long and wife Jim Fugato who has been teaching at Goodwins Chapel closed his school Saturday with a grand entertainment It was well at tended from this section Willie Lockhart of Ezol closed his school at this place last Fri day During his stay among tho people of this section he has made many friends all of whom wish him God speed There worn three prizes awarded Miss Emma Old field first Miss Ida Brewer sec ond and Master Donson Bishop thirdDec i 7 DKCEMUKH Consolation Chat R D Motley is some bettor Alice Taylor line been very sick since last week Morton and Bonnie Cecil have been suffering with severe cold but are some butter Our school is nearing its close much to the regretof ninny but time and tide wait for no man Examinations are almost through On Thursday evening there will be a final spelling battle and on Fri llay will bo the closing exorcises lUAKTBDSKVKUAL FAITHFUL MEN 11or women to travel for responsible es nhlislicil house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly untl expenses Position lerinnnent Reference Enclose eclfnilelress BulldillgChlcngoI THE llGGIDENT8 OF LIFE Write to T S Qtrixcnv Drawer ICO Chicago Secretary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for information regarding Accident Insur once Mention this paper By S3 doing yon can save membership fee Has peal over GOOI X00 tNt occidental 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any 1omtjj publicrespectfully i I OllllUtIIr- I ill neTIjE BJISNESS OUTH9fSfffttldtiMJP5liIIMW o1MM1 J7 w RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN OF i rimDGIIMQfHjt GTHE tU att lror coaaaQwAr f7 tJll 11 I lf t I I I j tIT v feiistantfernpanionJ THE HERALD Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings 0i rT H C Swango of Whito Oak f was in town several days the past week Jim Tugglo the well known com mercinl tourist is n guest of the Day House Sickness und a rush of job work I causers Tin HEKAID to be issued ono day lato W T Col vin representing Trim blo Bros Mt Sterling was a guest at Mrs Ellen Kashs over Sunday Miss Laura D Rnwlings accom panied by Miss Minnie L Day will have for Covington about Tuesday next There is such a prevalence of la grippe in this section that it is Yell nigh impossible to secure the attendance of n lphysician Dr Tnulbeo reports the birthof a girl baby to the wife of Doc Stamper of tho Nickoll fork of S Grassy on tho 10th inst Our bettor nus boon quite a sickwoman for the week past but S under tho careful treatment of Dr 7 1Silas Kash is apparently improv ing rapidly Wo heard Wednesday of fat i hogs selling at 24e per pound It i looks bad for tho farmer but the poor dovil who has to buy pork hails it as an era loud hoped for i f Willie 14Day null wi fo who have boor visiting relatives und friends at this place for a few days past returned to their homo I 1at Spencer Montgomery county Irlast Tuesday An efficacious remedy for Jung affections throat disorders and all SS Dreesr r lizeBolls Pine Tar Honey This med memo has made many marvelous P cures and is justly ranked among 1V E ofapdi the ago The many friends of Undo Jim Nickellof Morgan will regret to learn that ho is temporarily de i wonted The hope however is entertained that ho will soon be nIl t L if AndyNickellhim and giving him every atton f tion SE iF V One of tho finest literary treats Elr at which the editor of this paper int k has feasted in a long time was an roimpromptu affair at tho Phoenix I jf in Lexington recently The Hon rpThos Y Fitzpatrick the tall 5 ycamoro of the Big Sandy ro Ped that unknown poem The Nuns Painting and was followed JICS o 1Y Barney Giltnor with Ed Mar- 8halls Dream of Hell It wasr i t01l to stool and blade t4 blade bat in our humble opinion Big dvfwon L Mr Toopor whores Warren byTomof HFPiorattand being informed that tho subject of his inquiry was in Lexington ho propounded an t1gCINI in an instant ho fired another Did him go down to play with tho boys Receiving an answer in tho affirmative he seemed conten playAproposqUlryHow100110haveIhuo editor and his bettor had IIho luck while on routo homo from Mt Sterling At Rothwoll the former had a very severe chill which threatened to congestive and detained us a day and a half Following this both contracted In grippe and since our arrival each has been unable to assist tho other Tho old man is now convalesc ing however and hopes soon to bo himself again In tho meantime Mrs Cooper has boen confined to her bed but at this writing bids fair to speedy recovery So mote it boo What might have boen a serious accident was averted by the coolness and presence of mind of Mr Ernest Elkinsrhilo coming down Pokeborry hill in a buggy with his bride last week tho horse became frightened and started to run Mr Ellcins hold on to tho lines and although tho hinny was a total wreck tho only injury was a severe kick which Mr Elkins received on tho leg Mrs Hollo Godsey and Mrs Lou Day will please accept time thanks of the editori and his better for kindness and attention shown us during our illness of the past week rho former took charge of tho Jhouse and cleaned Up and tho latter prom rd every assistance in hor power May tho good Lord I bless thorn both The protracted mooting at tho Christian church is still in prog ress Elder Donaldson is presenting tho gospol in its purity and simplicity His sermons are especially interesting and aro doing much good There woro accessions up to Wednesday Wo shall given full report of tho meeting next weekII Academy Notes After the holidays llarvoy gram mars will not be usod in till Head j emy and either Hood and Kolloggs Series of English or somo other equally good work will bo usod Harveys works have filled thoir time and place quite well but they must give place to something better We realize the importance of a thorough study of English and our course of study will always be toward securing that hence tho adoption of a better so ries of books in this lino Tho daily program of recitations will bo changed on January 4 and not on the 18th All boarders MUST LIVE at thu Academy Home unless permitted to livo with relatives in town Experience has proven this to bo the host Tho principal will arrange to ac commodate all boarders who may come Terms etc as printed in catalog will be strictly adherodtor- ime literary societies will give an open session entertainment on Thursday afternoon 24th inst to which nil arc invited ACADE MITE You owe this office on subscription and you must pay it If you agreed to pay corn bring in your corn i if produce of nny kind produce it Printers tike all other mo taB must have something on which to subsist or they wont eXist and NOW iis the time to whack up r jl L4II KITCHENr 3 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 25 coats Meals to order nt nil hours 10 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p mn Lamb Fries a cars to 1rilJ II plf7 Io i iNF aPer j- i TIlE HKIIAII tins n very fine triple silver plate coffee pot which we will award to tho first person bringing ine5 cash subscribers between now and the 21 th of December Old subscribers paying up all arrears and one year in ad vance will be considered ns new and en titled to a chance This coflee pot will I I be a handsome Christmas present for Guy one 1111all who wish to enter the contest can IIpplat this office and got IiI list of subscribers at their respective postoflicosso as to know who to approach 1 Xow is the time anti if you want some j ufreo silver that will be a souvenir of the campaign just closed go to work at I onceII By Its Record of rauarkublo cures Hoods SaiMipurSlla lulls become the one true blood purifier prominently in the public eye Gel only JlooiPn Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine 2tre IVAXTlmSgtmllAlTlUUl mX lt IM ttiblislieil house in Kentucky Salary iSO payable 15 weekly and expenses Position pcrinaniiit Uoforvniv Knelose silliuliiress Lii onvuloiu Thc National Star building Chicncn 1MI8 v 1 J IF D 5000 TURKEYS I Will pay 5 cents por pound for Livo Turkeys 5 cents per pound for Chickens Am paying highest cafli price for all kinds of Poultry Eggs Feathers Furs and Produce mo your Turkeys Poultry and Produce and receive tho high est Cash Price C B MILLER ROTHWELL KY h r a1Q Uiti 1IS lIunuV Z auk As y d V 1 rl I IlL a a4 full lino t to a m Dinnor Oysters Fish and Chicken Specialty XlUIQAn7J1 Pxtop1 PAP fOtip Bring II VII inqYour Lmnr with U 1PiinltrsU wI r 1 td liii b ii 0 b- sae 1 1iiUr1 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below In UoiVte breatttd with Sailor CoUr braided Kith wlds uit ich linld lined with a JI Black Albert Twill Sateen Lining Trimming and Work manihl throughout the bed money can procure IocketIatentPockets on alllnU In Sloes from 10 to it years ofage made up lIS- per opposite cut Double Uieaited with extra Pants rt tame Pelee Sa4Expressage pal tc your door In feminine tend either Toil Office 01 Express Money Older or Registered Letter end for measure tend ire of nay at lot DirthJjy nd If Urge or tmiu fur hit ag- eFREEt i TO EVERYBODY our Illustrated Priced Catalogue In which you will find Boys Sulti from 980 up Youths LoD Pants Suits fro aoo uptta lens Suit fro- S2 50 up IE ROSENBURGER CO 204 K 102d St New York CityaI M RUBEROID ROOFING aittenr+ UNIVffi5AIBUIlDING P m2gf2 K T Nt Gill fii l fl x r A- ii4- t P rib N 1 1 44- AilL 1 i THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher r HA7EL GREEN t KY UNREASONABLE SPANISH PRIDE blindI Irejinllco llli iwrnliiK force AiuunfiT tint NiitlonH UIlIcr JJurope presents no spectacle more ex traordinary than the contrast between tlw nerve of tin Kxinisli people and their Incapacity In nettIion For IS months they hive eltdii used to con quer a revolted colony lotJO miles away and liuvo in tin cITort used null IoiiBiunod rcHoiircoRNiich us it was hard ly believed outside of Spain that th y couldI Jmvo culled up oven to resists in vafelon They hnvu actually forwarded tto ellhll 10000 regular troops sullielcntly equipped n force nearly tthree ItiinuM as great aH that with which this country met and quelled the Indian mutiny of 1817 and more than three times as great as the white garrison which holds thu Indian empire TliiMiriny snlllelent ortc would think for a defensive Will against France accomplished nothing but tic Spanish statesmen lose neither heart nor hope They an wholly mi cheered by victory they Know tint their soldiers die like flic nnil they nro told eceeytrcels that IIhu rich 1 is land Is becoming n desert thatt three lourtliH of I it Ingoing out of cultivationI thiit the settlers are quitting in them winds while those left behind arc joni Jug the Insurgents that the whole ex penses of the inland must be borne lot years liy Sjxiin and that every month increases till heatIhu t Hie American icpiihllc with Its limitless resource1 ior war will Intervene anti stillwith a tcijacity which ISiiulisliiiieiiI ciiimul but admire they refuse to relax their hold Jto the remillw what thy may they will make no terms till the nlir1 have 1I1111111111t1111I1IJlllillollIllI The fuser between panic in Spain IIs deeper than a polliieal llxurc ever New In this eonntry but upon this sub jeet the parties net together scarcely dillcring even us to menus Pitt WIIK never firmer Ihun Senor anouin and never better supported by a packed pnrllninent which nevertheless eprc seals tutu dominantI feeling of Ililt coun try if till conscripts die the Spanish jircmier widn more conscript IIf tthe poaironU or he city mobs object tIe their dUpntefi both are sileiicid by inlUtnrylatexcripfion alit oft the moNt deadly of of jenu Jitfile Philippines rise In In in PCulion I flic pivior oliVis lo BOIK an army there iilwi even cut unity of nivalry 1 if llatI will be the unity niint required I If Ithe people of the Unitedi States Jjiutter or thintten tntcrftienic the premier ransacks theI world fun TikurM ready bulllI or huildrs wlm will build quickly giving enormous price in Itwo coses 710000 per ship tot ttie needed vessels IflhcI treasury ih harassed he nclls everything that Is mallabte monopolies to till lluths lIlllIl IM n jj to the III Il vays prt f nuts trirrnler s in bonds I lit even ventures to Ienri Ithe Irulp5 l1 tee island tmr iid andl for four months no soldier Ithere has seen Ithe color of coin and his been fortunate if bread nuts garlic 1m vi ilea wrvcd with any regu mitt The one tiling which Senor Canovus will not do IK to listen to pio pnialtt fur compromise the ttine for which indeed tins now at length In11II way KII MI SpectatorI I Iti Wiir H of Art The lire loss it Guayaquil the sia port of Keuador by Its destruction ol the principal lots wiped out two of the most unique works of ait ti the whole of South America If not ii the world There were a cAupIo of Inc ge frescoes Hanking tlicaltv 0 + n 11 was shown the Met urn of file 1rodicuj Son The prodigal was attired In tin tottered remnants or a full dres+ suit of the days of the Kcgeitcy gilt bul toned dresscoat black satin brccelut silk stockings trilled shirt and ehiinin llollvar lie was being welcomedI by ills father In like array and by hit motherland sisters In hortwal led t Hhorlijtfirted gowns of embroiiun muslin tutu sandaled IIlIpplrs to t mansion richly furnished In empire Styli The subject on Ithe opposite side wan this Sncrillce of Isaac who winS garbed fnn n medieval page whlh Abraham lien furred own and plui ed lint wiib preparing to take his HTc nut with n Bncrifleiul knife but with a KJKJuiUoJ bluiidcrbuss1 n genuine Ira btico It is tide hoped tint phoii r raphy has preservedthe memory ol IhcBoinntohkKs art treasures wntih notwlthstniullii their ccecnliiXjy were by no means badly drawn thotgh Konrnwlint crudely colored InnValo Cohuncrcinl I I A HiHHrul iloutiiiini hgenultnmong the people who live along the Judson river which IK to the c1lfec1t dintt Uiat stream U the everlasting lIOn t II1 r petsoulthdLAway colonial tliucs Itamhoul null his friends were drinking until late at night Fi tally this mon Ituiuhout started for r home Bonic dlstautx up the river in hh wboat Bwcarlng that 1m would row thee aiitauoe if it took p month of Smi lard Jliwhout nitro rebelled home iMMt the m9niUtIou8 people nay that hajti nheeh i+o4enineilto row till fudg 1iMIM Ckrenlole yik + j t 1- r s AU REVOIR I I cnnndl leave a place BO dear Without the trlbnte of a tear And no behold It foiling here Atrlckllnplno rhyme How shall I live beyond tho breeze AH perfumed from tho applo trees Dlnpcimlnt oer a sense of cano Unknown to urban clime Oh f shall miss tho IclilBanil hllln The ever pltbig merry rills Whereon at ova tho moon OlstIN A shlnimorliiK nearly Ilight Thallurlnj woods the leafy lanes Tho glen whoro amity a lilril complnlnn Tho purple iMooni whom vlllnht reigns Jrom dawn to falling night Tin punHliiK trot n Spot like this To replonH of fur lesser blliw That malts till world jimt what It IB A placo of Hinllc unit tear Hut ralnlOWM come the poits pay i rot HinlliH anil tears along our way So taupe on this poor tear toiiuty Muyhup the bowll uppoar Then let us tnUo the symbol sweet A promising again to meet With life Jimt MO much more complete Kor UiU dear little together And tniinory will 1 until It trio Vickie sl und value and rainbow tuo Twill IH u picture good to view In days of stormy weather Sarah Htlrllng 11el emery In llurpers Kuznr u J IIJSHIAJJti I X1Uf lie was sitting in his oliieethinlrenhu 1ly lazily independently gazing into the clotnis of smoke that emanated from the fragrant Havana he dexterouslyI poised between the lirst nod second llngirs of his right hand his feet were resting in till divk before him He sud denly made a movement tint of Ins who body lyluny means hub his left arm He reached out to Ipush an elec tric button and III an instant a boy an swered the summons Mini skill over to the post olllce mull get the maiget the mail I Isoy f1 The boy answered Ves sir mind then WIIM goiie- Xo tilt man with his feet on flit isk was nut a railroad magnate not only other dipper of coupons he wasr com mon everyday editor of a daily newspaper in a small city that Iis editor of the Ideal department It was not be ctiusc his salary wuS 1111 V per vuck tint he WIIN given authority futunic r the printers devil around but simpy be cause that individual was at his com mand twice every titswhrn he wimlcd the mail and jMien he exercised his rights It wits tint long uiitlI 1 Mm reltmad with an armful of 11111111111 cchngcs except 1 posed card mums there were llull a few vords on that It was uililresso to tin loeil editor and sold I Jig thing in this Come immediately It tins signid A friend J17 Madison avenue A big IICWK itemi Stns just what If tas looking for The entire local MaT which consisted of himself had not been very busy throughout the day and a big item would be acceptable Ii IIwo hours Ithe paper would go to press iIml he could cover II monster story im tint Ilime The city editors name tV1us Jones Wilbur Junes and he at once set out for 117 Madison mien As he trudged along lie again read the earth curl ihisI time ho observed that the willIIiiL Stns from the hand of a woman and le else saw a stain on one corner of the rat 1 undoubtedly a tear drop MI id Wilbur Jones And as Wilbur lessened the ills tance between himself and his destina lion his imagination brought before his eyes the Sal cry of a weeping wom an possibly her husband had alim doiud her mayhap IttvusnnlyuI family row or who could tell the storyof n kidnaped young woman a hiuiutKiil attractive young woman The more Wilbur thought the faster he walked 1 soul the faster he walked the mor lie thought until at lust his mind vii a seething muss of possibilities 11111I oon joeturcs Here was a house numbered Iis so Ihi place he was looking for could sent be far nfl Aiilie moved down the trret closely scanning each number n signi in n Iesidcnw n few doors ahead of lni attracted his attention It ivtul Music lessons by Miss lloytt When hc urrlvcd in hunt of the place h tW- It was l-Oon i the very house to which he hail heen tiiimmoncd After he had rung the doorbell and was awaiting an answer hu iuspeeted his surroundings Tho house was n pleasant one and to him it appeared us thought it might he the home of n fatally in good cit urn stnnccsMhen hltlleyes lighted on the sign nail the Idea was dispelled for a moment then he constricted it possible and probable that Miss lloyt Mas u lovely daughter who no doubt was giving lessons to show her indc cniencc and hnow woman qualifications While these thoughts were chasing them Helves through his mind one niter Mi other the door was opened nail sure enough there stood n really handsome young lady lie did not gain a good look at heron account of the reception room being rather dark nut front the view he did obtain he knew she WIIF fit r beyond average beauty He si a in inercd Miss Miss when he wns In terrupted by Miss lloyt at your services sir Wont you come nM The speakers voice was low mud rather monotonous The young newspaper man was shown to the sitting or more properly speaking musicroom and in his little tour through the hous he uotlcivl that it watt finely appointed and furnishedSurely n magnificent home for a teacher of music unless the work l cJ1 a J wait followed to gratify a mere tvhlni as he before thought When Wilbur mail been semen the young woman drew a chair up close to him and they talked on the most ordi nary topics He felt that It was time for him to go nail Ihe ventured to mITe her the object of having him call Then he was astonished at the sudden change in her demeanor Heretofore she had noted extivmcly dignified and quiet hut she now began nn excited and disconnected harangue on music anti musicians Jrom whnt he could make out of lice talk into which site had Injected much gesturing she nt tempted to explain to him thiit she was n goddess of music that that mythologicalI personage hud been regenerated in herself anti that she was now the personification and true repre Hcntnfive of musical genii She told him that he would not have to take her word as a verification of her statements but slit would showI him by actual prac ticl that she Miss lloyt was nut in reality a common inhabitant of this imiiihiif spclier lout asn music mge1 in hiinnn guise Slit said site had n vlted1 him there so that his paper would he the llrst to giveI I lo the world the an nouncement of the appearance of an oldtime master in new form Bull then to Wilbur Jones1 astonishment conster nation and displacement of his facniIcs she began an exhibition of her ability and powers on a nearby piano How Mss Jloyt did bang that Instrument For ten lung minutes she did everything but dance on the Ikeys and when she liiil finished the rendition of noth ing lint discordantt inharmonious sounds site asked him if he did not think it divine Wilbur got a hull view of his hostess eyes ynd in an idcrtoiiu he takd Crazy by jingo lit nervously glanced at his nut clr maid remembering the oldtime tlieoiy that it was best to humor an insane per son I he told her tint without a doubt her playing would revolution the music world II asked to be excused mull started for the dour lint she sud denly darted in front of him nn I in sisted that he stay He demurred Lint she would nut listen to his protestations and ten before be Iuusa ii she l al half pushed and halfcarried him ton elrilr Now her eyes were aglow with an angry light tad her art ions became dew oi Meal once more he becune quiet and he imngined site was debating In her unbalanced mind the method she should use lo LillI him The silence was unbroken except for his hard breathing tthen slit picked up n chair and walked toward him He thought his tiny had come for he felt that she was about to brain him with tho piece of furniture in tier hand Should he call for help or would he light dlsl de termined upon the latter nod brccd himself for the onslaught He felt her icecold breath on his face and amen waiting for lice to uplift the chair when situ remarked in a quiet tono of voice Wont you play a duet with me nil Hut the relief to Wilbur Tones He did taut know out key from another hilt he quickly entered into the spirit of the occasion The chit Miss1 lloyt hind carried in her hand wits placed beside the piano bench and he sat there and played truly played as he never had played before III his ife Jt secured to he II coolest In determine which of the two would make the nost noise nut when right in the midst of n spasmudical rhapsody he heard a wom tills voice sharply cull Itose In an Instant the girl beside him was a cringingI fearfult creature The womrn 1111 her frown the room nail Immediately returned alone Wilbur Jones gave an explanationt of his experience and then the other side of the affair was mrdc clearThe toted arrival was Miss Hoytttnd site terns the teacher of music The young girl who had so entertained him was a neighbors daughter and was mentally afflicted and her weakness timid been MI plainly and terribly dcmon st rated to Wilbur She said tlus girl hind frequently masqueraded as herself but she could not understand her writ big the postal and the cunning manner in which the plans were promulgated it ntlICurried out On every possible oc casion site would repair to the lloyt residence and entertain herself at the plnno Miss lloyt said she suspected nothing unusual until she heard flit duct she also told MrI Jones I hut time girl was entirely harmless Wilbur did not stop to make further inquiries and at once left for his place ol business It Is needless to add that the paper did not contain n line about his experience However after that he was p frequent visitor at time residence of Miss lloyt and now he stops there regularly This is accounted for by nn item ihi the paper which was as follows At 117 Madison avenue last night there was a must fashionable gathering to witness the marriage of Mr Wlbur Jones the versatile newspaper nine and Muss lloyt the popular musiciana a- W o O K Schlmanskyl in Siimlutsky ISudg t The curls crown Is n velvet cap with bonier of ermine and golden circlet Its eight points bear pearls rising somewhat above the cap and there are right strawberry leaves between the points The ovation crown In Roan WM tundu of iiyrtle Au ovation was 3 lesser species of triumph k t t Ty4 TIP HATS TO THE FLAG A Novi1 tVrimony Ordered to Me Adopt fd by tho Army Army officers are not lucking in halt riot ism perhaps Lilt theysane times show a disposition to resist nanny fcstotions of th sentiment which would haven wholesome effect if shown with a fair degree of earnestness See rotary of War Laniont is not an emotion al person as ironyof his acquaintances will testify Hut he has some ideas about the srrvice which hl hll1t10 tional men mild women will share One of these has become a rule of the army lot ever so long perhaps for as long as there hUH been an arniyt huts been customary to tire a cannon at sunrise at mull army posts hove the flag run up by a sergeant mud at night have it Ilow ered again by a soldier and all WWi ollicially done for the flag of time United States that was considered desirable to maintain regard for time national symbol In the navyon the contrary colors has teen and is a ceremony reminding those on board ship of the feet that the Slug Isa thing to be treated with distinguished respect when it is raised timid lowered At eight bells in the morning on hard every ship in commission colors summons officers and a marine guard and the band If there is one to the quarter deck and the flag is runt up to the sound of a bar of The SlarSpangled liiiiincr tIll officers standing at solute until the calms mire in place At sunset the cere mony is repeater when the colors are lowered If iis a brief lint very pretty sad to the stranger to it an impressive proceedingi Secretary Lan rtit thought that there was no good reason why the same ClIII mony could not be adopted with cer lain modifications for tthe army which is as much in need of being reminded ol the regard dm to the flag liS is the navy Oddly enough the proposition met with objections from officers of the tinny hilt they did tint strike the secretary j as convincing At allI events 11I11IlIdlrI permitting the Slag to be sent aloft every morning with the mere salute of the morning gun which is touched tit by a soldier without company excen a comrade or Itwo it is now the order that whey there is a stipplyof music J sufficient to produce The StarSpangled tanner the band shall turn out to play a bar of it while IIhe flag iis living run up to the top of the stub and while it is 111I its way the guard and the ijlllccrs win J huge turned unit to see that the ccr luaus is properly IperformedI shall staid at salute As on hoard ship Ithe band s to render the IIISInitl at sunset I when the evening gun is fired and tlr colors are lowered Washington Cllr- X Y Timos I THE MARATHON RACE Tin Wild irlUincnt of the JriekH Vlirn lIItlr oautrnten t1ou It The lirecks are novices in the lIIulhI of athletic sports and had not looked for much success for tlheirotvncomititiv- duo event only seemed likely toii theirs from its very mixtureIthe long distance runt from Marathon a prim I or which hUM been newly founded by MI Michel Ureal a member of the 1 rench institute in commemoration I rf that Mildler of antiquity who ran nil the way to Athens to 1 IHI his fellow citiciiK of the happy issue of the hutII tie The distance from Marathon to Athens is IS kilometers The road iii I rough nod stony TIll Wrecks hind trained for this run for a year past Kven in llu1 remote districts of Thes Silly young peasants prepared to enter tts contestants In throe cases it i said that till enthusiasm and the itiexperience if these young fellows cost j them their lives so exaggerated wen1 their prepaiatory efforts As the greet day approached women offered up prayers nnd votle tapers in time churches that the victor might bu a Omk The wish wits fulfilled A young peasant named hones from time village of 11iuousi was tin winner in two hours and fiftyfive minutes Ho reached the pealI fresh multi in line form He wan followed by two other Greeks The eII cellent Australian sprinter Flack anti the Frenchman Lernuisiaux who hind been in the lead tIll first 11 1 kilometers i nail fallen rat by the way When Jf Iones cams Into t he Stadion the crowd which numbered 011000 persons rose to tN feet like one memo swayed by ex traordinary excitement The king of Scrvln who was present will probably 1 notuforgttt the sight he saw that duty I A flight of white pigeons was let loose women waved taut amid handker chiefs and some of the spectators who wcrc nearest to IXHICK left their seats nail tried to reach him antiBurry him cincatcd if the crown prince and Prince Georges had not bodily led him awnv I A tfndy who stood next to me unfastenei1 her watch n gold one set with pearls and sent it to him an innkeeper pro JfVjIflI to Ix dissuaded from signing a dice Loneyhhnself t his gencrour offer refused It np i1thenon II dangerBaroniUIy STommypCIICctgcntlpmoll debtsMr I debtsJndlaaap01h Use 7s ot tioso Who curedofSarsaparllla anti obtain liUo benefit youne Hoods jH Sarsaparilla x 1 Is the bestIn fart tho One Truo mood Iurinrr Hoods Pills paingrlpo 5 I ctt r TUB Hamburger achrichtcnI Prince l t IHsmarcks organ having stated that a tIsecret treaty existed up to 18Jl bettwcen Germany had Russia assuring tho neutrality of the latter in the i l event of war with France there hrquite a commotion in all three COuntff 1 tries over the disclosure Frenchsjournals arc iindignantly demanding ftf explanations null thu German govern t meat is repotted as threatening to I prosecute the newspaper and Uismarclc + for disclosing state secretstPrrMoimlly Conducted Kactindonii to CallrformaSVia the Chicago Union Pacific ft NorthlcvcryllinmIMIV t Cars t low rates quickest tlaio and tho best 01 tcare and attonton are advantages secured IurfilII I- IIgellt or address W B KNISKIJIIN U p tc tT A Chicago North Western IVj Chi tcage 111 i- Forgs dat Is nlluslookin foil I v said Undo Khcn pith jcs one IouII1jj s dlsappintctl brag about 1ev waMilugtoii down hahdly Htar t t Tho Faults anti rollles of tho AgegArc numerous but of the latter none IIs t mom ridiculous than tin jiromlscnoiis andrrandom use or laxatlvo pills and oilier dris tic cathartics rliesewrenobcormvulsemindiweaken both tho stomach and the 1 Ixnvcls 1 I If Hostellers Stomach Hitters ho Usml hi 1 f fcstead of these noremedies tho remitls muscoiiipllshed without pain and willi remittI I theliver r Is manifested cull thereby prevent it from I becoming chronic t WAITKII How will you havoyoiirstcur IFnlrr Patron I dont caru how ymicimK n It but Id like It this n CCItJundunI c Figaro t Tourist Sleeplnj Cum to California Dally C Every day in tho year Tourist SItpiag d Cars mute run through front Chicago to taut I 6Nor6 Western Unimi Pociflu brad Southern Pa j a cIllo llys Only 000 for completely j n equipped double berth from Chicago to thot1aclllu Coast For tickets and full infor mation apply to airunts of connecting linestor address V B KNusilam U P I TI A 11 o Uhicago i NorthWestern lly Chicago t yHombecause to her it is a place where sis imii t 7 1Globo19 S u s WIHX bilious or costive cat a Cnsraoetvduly cathartic cure guaranteed Itx JJc J n i IT IH said Unit red noses run in families Ij P mho same as quick temper or consumption 1 u Atchisun Globe 1 w I IKIIIVI Iisos Curefor CunslIlIIJlllt1Ihsaved my boys life list summer Miis tALLII DOIOIASJI LeRoy Aliuh Oct t 0 H- IPiioiir who lat tho most usually twulttthe least Atiliison UlolJcI0 1 CASCAIIKTS stimulate liver kidneys 11111Ibowels Never sicken weaken or grins How rusuo flies front tin date on wl11 afman dUtinguislieH himself t Gladness Comes I n With a better understanding of timet n nature of the many phys ti teal Ills which vanish before proper ef 1 ort gentle cffortr picafian tcfforts S rightly directed There is comfort inha tisicknessease but simply to a consulputedcondi P lion of the system which tho pleasant Sl family laxative Syrup of Figs prompt ti ly removes That is why it is the only p remedy with millionsof families undw In everywhere esteemed so highly by all b beneficial Iieffectsone remedy which promotes internalfiwithout debilitating the sl organs on which it acts It is therefore el all important in order to get its bene sr facial effects to note when you pur III chase that you have the genuine arti hi cue Call lh10rnlaall reputable druggistsPIto If In the and the system is regular laxatives or a ca- zother remedies are then not needed If Jl alllictcd with any actual disease onowsldllCnl erhysicians ltttoweUInformed everywhere f Syrup of r 1 Pigs stands highest and is most large lYr nm osetl andgives mostgenernl StlUSfICf101to of lUVeii t tr MENS SOULSII I The Emotion that Stirs Some Breasts t to Rescue ThemII I r + Throtplsne Wllllnc a of God Nut Morn Zualou Than the I MUilon rln ut lloino and Abroad 9tycrwun lijr Itfv Ur CaluugcII f f Dr Tulmagcs text Sunday was 7 i Horn ix ills I could wish that UlI self were accursed from Christ for my t bretbren iuy kinsmen according to the i flesh i A tough passage indeed for those F twbo take Paul literally When some t t tJ of the old theologians declared that P they were willing to bu damned for the i ttgloryI of Ood they said what no one believed Paul did not in the text t i mean he was willing to die forever to save his relatives lie used hyperbole t sad when ho declared I could wish teat myself were accursed from Christ for my brethren my kinsmen accord ing to the flesh he meant in the most vehement of all possible ways to de clare his anxiety for the salvation of 1 nis relatives nUll friends It wus a pas sion for souls Not more than one if f Christian out of thousands of Chris tians feels it Allabsording desire for the betterment of the physical and t mental condition is very common It l would take more of n mathematician than I ever can be to calculate how 2 many are up to an anxiety that some- timesV1 will not let them sleep nights planning for the efficiency of hospitals I k where the sick and wounded of body t I arc treated and for eye and ear in I firtnaries and for dispensaries and re ir treats where tho poorest may have most skillful surgery and helpful treatment t k Oh it is beautiful and glorious this I tc widespread and ever intensifying 4 movement to alleviate l1ullcure1 11 physical misfortunes May God en- couragek mill help the thousands of t splendid men raid women engaged in that work Hut rut that is outside of my subject today In behalf of the immortality of a man the inner eye the inner ear the inner capacity for gladness or distress how few feel anything like the overwhelming con eentration expressed in my text Rarer than fourleaved clovers rarer than century plants rarer than prima donnas have been those of whom it play be said They had a passion for souls You could count on the lingers and thumb of your left hand all the names of those you can recall who in the last the eighteenth century were so characterized All the names I of those you could recall in our times as having this passion for souls you can count on the lingers and thumbs of your right and left hands There are ninny more such consecrated souls but they are scattered so widely you do not know them Thoroughly Christian people by the hundreds of millions there arc today but how few people do you know who are utterly oblivious to everything in this world except time redemption uf souls Tamil had It when ho wrote my text and the thnu will curve when the majority of Christians will have it if this world is ever to be lifted out of the slough in which it has been floundering for near 10 centuries And the betterment had better begin with myself and yourself When a committee of the Society i of Inonds called upon a member to reprimand him for breaking soar small rule of the society the member replied I lout a dream in which all tom Friends had assembled to plan some way to have our meetinghouse cleaned for it was very filthy Many propositions were made but no conclusion was reached until one of tho members ruse and said Friends I think if each one would take a broom and sweep immediately around his own sent the mccting house would be clean Su lot tho work of spiritual improvement begin around our own out Some one whispers up from the right hand side of tho pulpit and says Will you please vane sonic one of the persons in our times who have this passion for souls1 Oh no That would be invidious and im prudent and the mere mentioning of names of such persons might cause in them spiritual pride and then the Lord would have no more use for them tfouio ono whispers up from the left hand side of the pulpit Will you not then mention among the people of tho past tome who had this passion for souls Oh yest Samuel Rutherford the Scotchman of 300 years ago his im prlsonmout at Aberdeen for his relig n ious zeal and the public burningof his book hex Rex in Edinboro and his unjust arraignment for high trenI i ban and other persecutions purifying and sanctify ing him so that his worksI entitled Trial and Triumph of Faith and Christ Dying rind Drawing Sin tiers to Himself and above all his 215 unpn railed letters showed that he hail the passions for fouls Richard Haxtcr whose Para phrase of the New Testament caused him to bo dragged before Lord Jeffries who howled at him as Ma ras cLland a sniveling Presbyterian aDd imprisoned him for two years Baxter writing 108 religious books his Call to tho Unconverted bringing uncounted thousands into the pardon of the Gospel and his Saints Ever- lasting1 Rest opening Heaven to a host innumerable Richard Cecil Thomas aKempls writing his Imitation of Christ for all ages Harlan Page i Robert McCheyne Nettleton Fin any Arid wore whom I might men tin the characteristic of whOle lives I wju overtowerhiff passion for souls 1- s t A Ht hadItMethodist evnnrriMitit l I ItDrlIamilton whentoldunhourThentakemy place mo thattimehisleneeswhoso names hove been known only in andhereone unction they had in prayer What IftIlemcmber i theywalked ness and stolidity instantly vanished electrifyuI Hut the most wonderful one of that characterization orheardcast wearing a plain blouse like mi in verted opynlagstwo for the arms Ills father a wheel j i right and housebuilder and given toI various carpentry Ills mother ut first under suspicion because of the dreamstances of his nativity and lie chased by a Hcrodie mania out of Isis native lund to live awhile under the shadows of the Sphinx and Pyramid of iizeh afterward confounding the LL stoppingthemadman His path strewn with slain ophtlllLhnins ain preaching on another mountain dying on another mountain and ascending from another mountain tho greatest the loveliest tins mightiest the kindest the most selfsacrificing most beautiful living whose foot ever touched the earth Tell usyo deserts who heard our Saviours prayer tell us ye seas that drenched him with your serf tell us ye multitudes who heard Him preach on dock on beach on hillside tell us Golgotha who heard the strole of the hammer on the spikehcads mid the dying groan in that midnight that dropped on mid noon did anyone like Jesus have this passion for souls Hut breaking right in upon me is the quastiou How emir wo get something of this Pauline and Christly longing for saved immortalities I answer Hy better appreciating the prolonga tion of the souls existence compared with everything physical anti material How I hope that surgeon will successfully remove tho cataract from that mars eye It is such a sad thing to be blind Let us pray while the doctor is busy with the delicate operation Hut for how long a time will he be able to give his patient eyesight Well if the patient be W years of age lie will add to his happiness perhaps fifty years of eyesight and that will bring time man to 00 years and it is not probable that ho will live longer than that or that he will live so long Hut what is good eyesight for 50 years more as compared with clear vision for the soul a billion of centuries I hope the effort to drive hack the typhoid fever from yonder home will bo successful od help tlio doctors Wo will wait in great anxiety until the fires of that fever are extinguished and when th ran rises from his pillow and walks out with what heart iness we will welcome him into the fresh air and the church and business circles lie is 110 years of age and if ho shall live 110 years more tint will make him iO lint what are 00 years more of earthly vigor compared with the souls health for a quadrillion mel lenimums amillenimumas you know a thousand years This world since fitted up for mans residence has existed abouttiOOO years How much longer will it exist Wo will suppose it will last as much longer which is very doubtful That will make its exist ence IJOOO years Hut what aro or will bo 1JOOO years compared with the eternity preceding those years and tho eternity following them Time as compared to eternity mimic tho drop of the night dew shaken from the topof a grass blade by tho cows hoof on its way afield this morning as compared with Mediterranean and Arabian and Atlantic and Pacific watery domin ions A stranger desired to purchase a farm but the owner would not sell it would only let It The stranger hired it by lease for only one crop but he sowed acorns and to mature that crop three hundred years were necessary That was a practiced deception but I deceive you not when I tell you that the crop of the soul takes hold of un endirg ages I see tho author of my text seated in tho house of Gains who entertained him at Corinth not far from the over hanging fortress of Acro CorlnthulIand meditating on the lcngcvity of time soul and getting more and more agit ted about its value and the awful risk some of his kindred were running con corning it and he wrltca this letter containing the text which Chrysoston admired so much he had it read to him twice a week and among other things ho days those daringand startling words of my text 1 could wish that myself were accursed from Christ for my brethren my klnnnen according to the tlesh- Another way to get lOTiething of tho Pauline longing for redeemed immor talities is by examining the vast ma chinery arranged to save this inner and spiritual nature That machinery started to revolve on the edge of the l Garden of Eden just after tho cyclone ofaln prostrated its sycamores and tamarisks and willows and will not ceaso to revolve until the last soulof earth shall get rid of- its last sin and enter the tuplmdous rophothisand apostle his hand and Christ his hand and almost every hand that touched it became rf crushed hand It was tho most expensive ma chinery ever constructed It cost more to start it and has cost and will cost more to keep it running than all time wheels that ever made revolution wii this plummet That mnehincv pouverbuttTo connect its bands of Influence mado Innt of human and Christly nerves with nil parts of the earth millions of good men and women aro now at work and will be at work until every wilderness shall become a garden rand every tear of grief shall be a tear of joy und tho I sword of divine victory shall give tins wound to tho old dragon that shall j send him howling to the pit the iron I gate clanging against him never again to open I All that and inlinitcly more to save ij the soul Why It must bo a tremen units soul tremendous for good or tre mendous for evil tremendous for harp piness or tremendous for woe Put on time left side of tho 1largest sheet of pupa that ever camo from a paper mill a single unit the figure 1 and how many ciphers would you have to add to thu right of that figure to express the souls value each cipher adding ten fold Working into that scheme of tint souls redemption how many angels of God dcHcending and ascending How many storms swooping on Lake Galileo How nanny earthquakes opening dungeons tumid striking cataclysms through mountains from top to base What noonday sun was put on retreat What Omnipotence lilted and what Godhead was put to torture All that for the soul No wonder that Paul though possessing great oquipose of tempera ment when ho thought what iris friends anti kindred were risking con corning their souls flung aside all his ordinary triodes ofspeeelm argu mint und apt simile runt bold nut aphor std learned allusion as unlit to express how ho felt and seizing upon the appalling h per olism of my text cries out I could wish myself accursed That is struck of till thunderbolts of the Omnipotent God sunk to unfathomcd depths chained into servitude to Abaddon and thrust into furnaces whose fires shall never burn out if only those whom Iovemight now and forever be saved Mind you Paul docs not say IIdo wish Ho says I could wish Even in the agony he felt for others he did not lose his balance I could wish myself accursed I could but I do not Only ono thing that ever lived was literally willing to give up Heaven for perdition and that was tho Divine Peasant whom 1 mentioned a few moments ago He was not will ing to exchange dominions of bliss for dominions of wretchedness but lie did so for that Ho forsook Heaven witness the stooping star and nil those who saw His miracles of mercy and that Ho actually entered the gates of time world of perpetual con JiIlglItlou tho Bible distinctly declares Ho did not say with Paul I could but lie said 1 will I do and for time souls of men Ho descended into hell In this last half of tho last clccrdoof tho nineteenth century time temperance ip tho churches is Tory low and most of the piety would spoil if it wore not kept on ice and taking things ax they are ordinary Christians will never reach the point where the outcry of Paul in the text will not seem like ex travaganza Tire proprieties in most churches are so fixed that nil a Christian is expected to do on Sunday is toI get up u little Inter in time morning than usual put on that which is next to best attirenot tho very hest for that has to ho reservLd fur the levee enter the church with stately stop bow his head or any rato shut irk eyes in prayer time or close theta enough to look sleepy turn toward tho pulpit with holy dullness while tho preacher speaks put a fivecunt piece on tho collection platter kind of shoving ItI down under the other coin so that it might be for all time usher knows n fivedollar gold piece and then aftert- ime benediction go quietly homy to tho biggest repast 01 all the week That is all the majority of Chrittlans are doing for the rectification of HlisI planet and they will do that until ut tho close of life tho pastor opens a black book at tho head of their casket and reads Blessed are the dead who die in time Lord they rest from their labors and their works do follow them The sense of the ludicrous is no thor oughly developer in mo that when T hear these Scripture words read at the obsequies of one of tho religious do nothings in tho churches it is tpo much for my gravity Their works do follow them What works And in what direction by they follow them up or down And do they follow on foot or on the wing And haw long will they follow before they catch up More appropriate funeral txt for nil such religious deadbeats would bC the words in Matthew xxv viii Our lamps arc gone outr Ono would think that such ChrbUwould show at least under whoso banner they are enlisted In one of the Napoleonic wars a woman Jeannntto by name took her 4 t 5 r ri I1 i l position with the croops andshoulder ed a broomstick The colonel said Jcannotte why do you take such a useless weapon into the ranks Well she SltdHI can show at least which silo I am on1t Now tho object of this sermon is to stir at least onefourth of you to an ambition for that which my text pros nts in blazing vocabulary namely a passion for souls To prove that it is possible to have much of that spirit 1 bring tho consecration of 2090 foreign missionaries It is usually estimated that there are at least 9000 mission cries I make a liberal allowan antI admit there may bo ton bud mission aries out of tho 3000 but I do not be here there is one All English anti American merchants leave Bombay Calcutta Amoy and Pekin as soon 11liyPBecause I his senses would stay in that climate after monetary iinducements have censed Now the missionaries there mire put down on time barest necessities and most of them do not lay up one dollar in o years Why then do they InhlerlbloIthe thermometer sometimes playing Opptlticnesc1 cause of the unhealthy climate and the prevailing immoralities of those regions compelled to bond their children to England or Scotland or America prolwbly never to sue them again 0 Blessed Christ Can it bo anything but a passion for souls It frequentdepreciation when your know that they mire mill op posod1 to tit opium trallie tend that in terferes with commerce and then tho missionaries are moral and that is an olTensu to many of tho merchants not all of them but many of thorn who absent from all homo restraint are so immoral that wo can nitrite only faint allusion to the monstrosity of their abominations Oh I would like to bo at the gate of Heaven when those missionaries go in to see how they will have tho pick of coronets and thrones anti mansions on tho best streets of Heaven Wo who have had easy pulpits and loving con rtlrltlons entering Heaven will in my opinion have to take our turn awl wait for thu Christian workers who amid physical sufferings nerd mental privation fund environment of squalor have done their work and on tutu principle that in proportion as ono has been self sacritieing and suffering for Christs sake on earth will bo their celestial preferment Who is that young woman on tho worst street in Washington Now York or London Bible in hand and a littlo package in which small vials of medi cines mind another bundle in which mire biscuits How dare she risk herself among those roughs mind where is she going She is one of the queens of Heaven hunting up tho sick and hungry arid before night sot will have read Christs Let not your heart be troubled in eight or ten places anti counted out from those vials the right number of drops to curse pain and given food to a fancily that would otherwise had nothing to oat to tiny anti taken the measure of a lentil child that she may prepare for it a shroud her very act of kindness for time body accompanied with a benedic Lion for time soul You see nothing hut tho filthy street along which situ walks and the rickety stairs up which she climbs but sure is accompanied by an unseen cohort of angels with drawn swords to defend her nod with garlands twisted for her victories all up and down time tenement house dUi tracts INTERESTING ITEMS Tin czar of Russia owns in fee aim pie 1000000 square miles of cultivated land and hints tin laconic of moro than JW000000 a year although as he In n despot ho can command the resources of tho whole nation AccoiiDiNO to views recently ex plained before tho theological socie ty in England the island of Jamaica was oncn connected with both North and South America by a stretch of mountainous land covering tho region of the West Indian archipelago Thcro are indications that this ancient land was elevated no less than two miles nnd a half above sea level AMONG tho bizarre articles offered for sale recently at tine Hotel Druot Paris was a childs heart immersed in a jar of spirits and although 07 years had passed since the organ was placed in its transparent receptacle ev cry portion of itrleht nnd left auricle and ventricle and oven aportion of tho aortic arch was in a perfect state of preservation It was catalogued as time heart of Louis XVII duko of Normandy nnd from tho documentary evidence which ac companied it there was little doubt as to its authenticity Tie mOl del Eipiritu Santo or Holy Ghost flower found in tho region of time Isthmus of Panama has within its petals the perfect imago of a dove Tile leaves are very pale green nil though in harmony with tho delicate purity of the blossom which is of ala baster whiteness In the center of the blossom is the perfect imago of a dove Right in tho cup of tho blossom with tho snow whito canopy about it rests this wondrous image its delicately molded wings drooping half extended at Its side its foldtinted head bent slightly forward and its tiny crimeorv tipped bill almost touching its snow bream I d- c r 1I tfJ 1 NIGHT AIR J It Contains Many Dangers to 1Iasttttr Health M In summer when the rays of thesun fall almost vertically upon the asrthii surface the gradual fall in the uuipor= nture at night comes as a welcome ro Hot from the heat of tho day Uurlnjr the rest of tho year tho mms rays strike time earth more obliquely and nre nutllctent to warm only a thinttrust nt thn surface which loses itA heat rapidly nltr the sun has set and tlse temperature of the air falls abruptly Under these conditions night aIr may become n source of danger Tho sudden change in temperature calls for extra protection for tho body and ono should never think of setting out on no matter how short a journey without extrn wraps Except in severe weather it in trotfinecessary to care HO much for the ex tremities an the circulation of the blood is maintained in threat parts by their constant motion limit the chest na tit x sent of the hulk of time blood nnd the y vitality of the body should be pro tected from chill lime cocalled chest protectors ore useful but nothing is Minplcr than to habituate ones self to wearing woolen underclothing suiting the weight to till season of the year Wool Is a poor conductor of licit nnll when worn next the skin absorbs tin perspiration and prevents too rapid loss t of the body heat Moreover when the temperature II1I1M nbruptly at iilght the moisture present in the air IH condensed and falh to the ground in tilt form of dew The dump ness mead chill forum an additional source of danger iipilnnt which It IH necessaryrto guard t rill olllll in time mutter of footwear Thicker shoes and warm dry stockings Pliould bo worn The direct rays of the sun kill ninny of tho microbes that are the specific causes of disease Consequently night In time favorite time for the evil gnome of dlKoaso to collect their forces nnl make their plan of attack against man kind Powerless against the warn bright rays r f till sun they succumb In the unequal content lint nt night aided j by tilt slight dampness they rise fropi their hiding places anti lire borne nwnv by the constantly shifting currents of air upon their errands of sickness and death Though this rummy seem to be more or less fanciful till study of the origin nn I life of the various germs of disease hn proved tout the idea embodies a truth timid that night nil lIB favorable to their propagation Care In not exposing a hotly fatigue by flit labors of tiny and protection against the midden decrease In tonn eM tore andI ilampnosH mire safeguard which wo mar easily take on going out into the nightI nirYouthsConpnnionA- UTHOR AND CRITIC Tim Vrllrr UHH Sol Wnrrjrlnir Much Over tli Trrrllili UtmNtliig lln Got The young author had his feet cocked up on n table Lund was on joying u cigar when the hook reviewer sauntered Into y the club You seem wonderfully contented had at pence with tilt world for n nuts who ban been roasted front ono end ol tho readily to the other suggested the reviewer a trille put out to think that tthe hard whacks ho humid been giving had produced no appreciable effect ttMyI hoy said time young author con i descendingly I those rousts dont two- rry me a little bitgull you have to do IIK to sit down cord reason it out and youll find tint Im all right Theyre Ithen hottest roasts any writer 4 has got tints year1 returned the re viewer Of course they nre admitted thus young author hut cant you set theyre not for me Not for you Why tthcyrefer to you by name Very true but then they fire right over my head You Hhotild take time to reason my hon you should take time to reason lust take your own review of my hooks as an illiiKtrntJon You prob Hilly bud an Idea that you were rousting mo but you werent- f wasnt Not a bit of It my boy Your said for instance that there wasnt n good idea or a bright hit of writing In time whole hook That would he enough of n roast for most people suggested the revleweiy sarcastically It would he enough for me if it hit me replied the author in nn offensive Ily patronizing manner but you didnttolin right You handled your weapon like a novice Why iin the very next par agraph you proved conclusively accord lug to your own statement that the whole book was plagiarized from sev eral of the best authors You said then was hardly nn original line in the wholq story Of course that lets mo out on the charge that it iIH Mtipid nnd lacking 1 in Ideas timid those old standard authors ort the ones that have a kick coming Chicago Post Circlet i auiai b Slice sonic cold new potatoes tint t thiokncHH of n penny piece and mix T them with quartered hurdbolcd ggKI and sliced beetroot Ilnve ready u JreESiit of one pert tarragon vinegar to two or three of Wind oil salt Hiul pepper xprlnklp time snlnd first with finelychopped chives parsley atisir chervil t lien nrtd tit dressing and tosv allover and over llfhtiy amid llfhtjy careful to break Ihe fwtato HK llttk as pos8lb till ttvfpYsraI ta math iibowlN tf s i l- r Y I r 7 i- ti r wr Y ra- t 1 4 d Biliousness tIsOAused by torpid liver which prevents diges lion and pcrmitt tool to ferment ami putrlfy In the atomnch Then follow dizziness headache Hoodslnsominn I I It not relieved or blood poisoning Pills sthnnlato the stomachPills i rouse tho liver euro headache dizziness con Btlpntlon etc as cents Hold by nit druggists Tho only Tills to take with lloods Harsujiarllla OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC 8LATE STATE NEWS- OOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOS 0 Alex Wilson n Biirdslown negro ato 12 cnns of oysters to win n bot of 125 George Johnson ngotl 8 yours was burned to loath while at play nonr Brownsville A state prohibition pnpor Will bo started at Georgetown edited by Prof J J Iluckor In the Kentucky Instituto for the Dour at Danville there are 125 girls and 120 boys E W Newman has bought and shipped about 11000 worth of hogH at Mt Olivot this season John Morton of Ilopkinsvillo Imd ono of his ears bitten oil by a horse which swallowed it Tho Rev Rilllo is still engaged in a successful mooting at Foster Chapel Robertson county Governor Bradley hits decided that ho hits no authority to olVor a reward for turnpike raiders Tim Stone tho Mnyflold rape lend will probably ho taken from Louisville to Mayliold for trial E K Bonds of Paducah has a patent cooking range that ho is preparing to put on the market Tho directors of tho St Bernard cool company have decided to pay their regular annual dividend in MayIo11B1Villloit of Grayson will bo an applicant for tho Uni tod States district attornoyship of Kentucky Covington is to have an assent bly dance this your at Odd 1Fol- lows hall Tuesday evening De comber 2U Win Warner an old man foil over dead in a Louisville saloon immediately after ho had taken a drinkof liquor- Harrodsburg recently had a five hours church service appeal to sin tiers but nothing occurred to awak en them Nicholasvillo Democrat Rev Lfster of Campbollsville is dolivoring his interesting lecture onwron Nights in a Barroom il lustrated with stroopticon in Green county A largo force of hands are at work laying tho track of tho Brook villo and Wollsburg railroad and expect to have trains running by ChristmasA preacher says in tho furoro of tho rocont windstorm his chain and bucket pump was blown out of tho cistern with part of tho small buckets filled with water A lingo tobacco barn on Mrs Sallio Jesses fare three miles east of Versailles containing about 20 000 pounds of tobacco and n lot of corn burned Thursday night Loss 8000 An injunction has boon granted the stockholders of Anderson coun ty turnpikes against tho fiscal k court enjoining it from levying a tax to make the roads free or con t doming certain pikes public use in the aid of froo turnpikes Tho Rev Elijah Kelly wants to represent Grant county in tho Ken tucky legislature He was born in 1847 married in 1807 and is a the father of fourteen children 1 n thirteen of whom are living Thirteen were by one wifo and ono by another Ho combines farming preaching and free silver Democracy Tollgate raiders 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