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Thi 77 T I 7 t- I tiE HAZEL OREEN tIBIALOCo Fr4 Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 2 u COOPER Ownor and Editor 4 J fpCNCER II Of a Noljr World With New Prows All Nntloaa XambriB a at IIU Back f100 A YEAR Always in Ativunw= ri TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CQUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 24 1890 NUMBERag 1jJ jriRelon and Eastern Railway Time Tablo in Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND = Noli STATIONS Nol Dally ex Daily Sunduy Lexington 10 00 am 4 35 pro Avon I 9 3t Rm 3 55 HWinchester 9 10 am 2 25 pm- Fairlie 8 5tl1m 2 00 pin Indian olds 8 37 nm 110 pro Clay City 8 1U um 11 40 am Stanton 8 10 am 11 20 am Filion 7 55 am 10 48 am Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 am Nat Bridge 7 38 am 10 07 am Torrent 7 24 am 9 35 am Iteattyvo Jc 7 03 am 8 25 am Three FktC 0 53 urn 8 00 am Athol 0 32 am 7 18 am Xlkatawa 6 08 am 6 30 am Jackson 0 00 nm G 10 am EAST BOUND NoC STATIONS No2 Dally ex Dally Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 0 30 am Avon 2 47 pm 7 08 am WInchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am Ftirlie 3 21 pm 8 54 am Indian old 3 37 pm 0 24 am i Clay City 3 55 pm 11 45 am Stanton 4 05 pm 12 10 pro Filion 4 18 pm 12 41 pm Dundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Nat Bridge 4 37 pm 126 pm Torrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm Beattyve Jc- ThreeFks 5 li pm 3 05 pm C 5 26 pm 3 25 pm Atbol J 5 48 pm 4 12 pm i Elkatnwa G 12 pm 5 05 pro Jackson 0 20 pin 5 20 pm Nos I and 2 arrive and depart from C 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight 1 trains arrive and depart from NcthcrlaniT J D LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man CHA8 SCOTT Hen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 800 800 000 I 1000 700 2000 1500 10000 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES lAT1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at 00c and upward i jFino Clocks at 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near P 0 LEXINGTON K- YIWORMS 1 WHITES CREAM VERMIFUCEFORI Nan lod all WORM Romodlos EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED- SOLD BY ALL DUUGOISTS Ji mnunmox jmIcYMi to BT tons J A VAUXtBHB a 3 Physician and SurgeonI HAZEL GREEN KYIrSurgcry and obatotrics nspcclnlty w T COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WIlOI8SaI8 GIOGBIS MT STERLING KY Ltt Pei 6 U 1y COMMON SALT And eI MidiAeJy tor Sick Headache Etc Salt cleanses the palato and fur red tongue an1a garglo of salt and water is often efficacious A pinch of salt on the tongue fol bydrinka a sick headache Salt hardens gums makes teeth whito and sweoton- the breath Cut flowers may bo kept fresh by adding salt to the water Weak ankles should be rubbed with solution of salt water and alcohol Roso colds hay fo ver and kindred affections may bo much relieved by using fine dry salt like snuff Dyspopsia heartburn and indigestion aro relieved by a cup of hot water in which a smallspoonful of salt has boon molted Salt and water will some times revive nn unconscious person when hurt if brandy or other rem edies aro not at hand Hemorr hage from tooth pulling is stopped by filling tho mouth with salt and water Weak and tired eyes are refreshed by bathing withwarm water and salt Public speakers and many noted singers use a wash ofsalt and water before and after using tho voico as it strengthens tho organs of the throat Salt rubbed into tho scalp or occasion ally added to tho water in washing ptevents tho hair falling out Fea thers uncurled by damp weather aro quickly driod by shaking over a fire in which salt has been thrown Salt always should bo oaten with nuts and a dessert fruit salt used should ho specially made If 20 pounds of salt and 10 Ibs of nitrate of ammonia bo dissolved in several gallons of water and bottlod many fires may bo prevent ed lly splashing und spraying tho burning articles tho fire is soon extinguished An incombustible coating is immediately formed Add salt to the water in which black and white cotton goods are washed Flatirons may bo made smooth if rubbed ovor salt Cop pot RId glass may bo quickly cleansed by dipping half a lemon in fine salt then rubbing it ovor etained objects Lemons and salt also remove stains from tho fingers Do not use soap afterward Ifa small toaspoonful of salt bo addod to a quart of milk it will bo pre served sweot and pure for several days A pinch of salt added to mustard provouts its souring A smouldering or dull fire may bo cleared for broiling by a handful of saltSalt thrown on any burning sub stance will stop the smoke and blaze Broad insufficiently salted becomes acid dry and crumbles Broad made with salt water is said to bo good in some cases of con sumption Whon cabbages onions or strong smelling vegetables have boon boiled in pans to prevent odors clinging to them place somo salt on tho stovo and turn tho pans bottom up over tho salt In a few minutes tho pans will smell sweet All salads should bo soaked in salt and water to destroy animal cules or small worms Make a strong brine and wider garden walks to kill the woods A moder ate quantity of salt stimulates their growth Salt and camphor in cold water is an excollont disin fectant in bedrooms Housomaids should pour saltwater after using itdbwn tho drain pipes Sewer gas is counteracted by a handful of salt placed in toilet room basins Water for laying dust is moro offoc tivo when salt is added Sea wator is generally used in Englishcoast towns for this purpose Rattan bamboo and basket work furnituro may bo thoroughly clean ed by scrubbing with brush and salt water Japanese and plain straw matting should bo washed rubsbod dry This keeps thorn soft and prevents brittle cracking whore traffic is hoarier Brooms soaked in hot salt water wear bettor and do not break Bedroom floors may be kept cool and very fresh in sum mer if wiped daily with a cloth wrung out of strong Halt water All microbes moths and pests are thus destroyed Black spots on dishes and discolorations on teacups are removed by damp salt Philadelphia Ledger IIHtt1 Oak Who has not read of tho cruel war going on in Cuba of tho heroic struggle for indopondonco by the Cubans and the fiendish butch ones of mon women and children and tho destruction of property by those human devils Gon Woy lor and his mon of the Spanish army Who has not wished for some way to aid the patriotic Cu bans in their struggle for freedom and at tho same time avenge the insults and injuries to American citizens by tho Spanishsoldiers Whoso heart has not boat in sympathy with poor bleeding Cuba Whoso hart has not swelled with just indignation at tho shameful way in which President Cleveland treats tho Cuban question in his message to congress almost con domning Cuba while ho throws bouquets at Spain But our congress is made up of patriotic Amor ican citizens representing a sym pathetic and liberty loving people who demand that tho independence of Cuba 10 recognized Our con gress will not bo deaf to tho do mands of tho peoplo Already many speeches have boon mado and resolutions passed by congress in behalf of tho little island so near our shores as to bo almost a part of us and which wo should and will protect Wo can not af ford to lot this little island bo laid was to It would bo almost liko lotting somo foreign and unfriond ly power como in and lay wasto to ono of our own states and erase it from our maps without us raising a hand in protest Who in this liberty loving country of ours would not defend such an insult by both his blood and his property if necessary Cuba is our littlo week sister struggling for liberty as wo woro ovor a century ago Shall wo stand with our hands down and see Spain lay in wasto this beautiful little sister island or shall wo stop forward as be comes bravo and patriotic Ameri cans and help hor gain hor indo pendence I believe ovory ono will snClGo to her roscue for which companies aro being organized all ovor the United States Tho mountains of Kentucky have as bravo and sympathetic man as tho world knows shall wo too not offer a helping hand by organ izing and equipping a company ready to go when called for All who nro willing to lond Cuba a helping hand eithor by going to her shores to fight or contributing J 4vJ R to help equip tho company and pay their expenses to tho coast willlpleaso send their names and addressos stating what thoy will cio for tho cause to Lock Box 17 Hazel Green Ky Bond stamps for reply whoa wanted Make your letters brief and to tho point A SYMPATHIZER No let For the Editor Vacation comes somo time in tho year in most linos of business but tho newspaper goes on ovory day and every week in tho calendar Tho sanctum is raroly closed for tho grind in unceasing Each issue must bo a now paper in all its doprrtmonts The clergyman tho locturor and tho orator may dolivor tho samo sormon or speech to different audi ences but tho editor can not ro poat tho samo matter in his paper His labor iis groat and his resources must bo ample in order to moot the requirements The literary labor necessary in tho preparation ofa single issuo of a newspaper of tho bottor class is us groat as that called for in tho composition of a sermon or lectureEditorial work demands tho highest capacity and taxos tho versatility of man to tho utmost Ono must ho ready to record facts to describe scones to condense and elaborate to advocate or rofuto and do all in tho best style and on short notice Medina 0 Ga zotto Sam Small has this to say on newspaper 8onsntionHHI have boon a newspaper man 12 years told if I wanted to got right square judgment Id rather go into a newspaper oflico than n court of justice No man whoso life is true pure and just is afraid of all tho newspaper presses in Amorica They are tho best dutoctivo force in tho country today They have punctured moro shams and HO far as I am concerned I say take tho bridlos oil and lot em go The only ones that will bo hurt will bo tho shams and frauds And if you think the newspapers print too much a sensational kind dont you read it and they will quit printing it The papers need to bo reformed but the people have got to reform first Newspapers are printed for money and to suit thoir patrons If you dont think they are run on a high moral plat form liko Mr Barnumfl circus why just reform yourselves and tho papers will follow suit The St Louis QIobeDemocrat semiwcoldyTuesdn and Fri day oight pages each issuo six teen pages each week only 1 a year is unquestionably tho big gest bost and cheapest national nows journal published in tho United States Strictly Repub lican in politics jt still gives all tho news and gives it at least 3 days oarlier than what it can bo had from any weekly paper pub lished anywhere It is indispens able to tho farmer morchant or professional man who dosiros to keep thoroughly and promptly posted but has not tho timo to road a largo daily paper while its groat variety of well selected road ing matter makes it invaluable as a home and family paper Re member tho price only f1 a year Samplo copies froo Address Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo I d j S y 4 I IG A 0 MOT BALUITS Their tseeard Mu Ieu a irilHtat tot This lane Speaking of tho record of th foot ball team of the Nashville athletic club tho Nashville Amer lean has the following complimen tary mention of our young friend Charloy Swango This foot ball team of tho Nash ville athlotio club has a rocord to its credit made during the present season that will long bo remom bored by Nashville enthusiasts The brilliant achievements of the team aro largely duo to tho splen lId coaching and training of Capt ar Swango Ho has successfully demonstrated that it is no longor nec essary for southern football teams to send oast for firstclass coaches Several members of the N A C team bogan tho season without previous experience on tho grid iron Through tho excellent train ing of Swango thoso men have do volopod into players whoso equal havo rarely boon soon in the southbDuring tho season tho eleven played seven games in which thoy havo scored 200 points to their op pononts 0 Tho six points mado against thorn woro on a clear fluko at Birmingham Of tho 7 games played by tho team 4 of the number wore played in tho rain and mud With good weather and dry grounds it is safe to say that the points rolled up by tho N A C boys would have boon fully a third moro Linobroaking has beon a prominent foaturo of tho ovens work and when such mon as Walker Swango Stallinga Gloro and Avorill bucked tho op posing lino thoro havo boon very ow instances in which thny failed to make good gains The strong lino of tho Louisville eleven was pierced at will An Apt Comparison The following taken from tho Press and Printer is an interest ing comparison and shows how the publishers of country papers aro imposed on by tho thoir sub scribers Suppose that a farmer raises 1000 bushels of wheat a year and also soils this to 1000 persons in all parts of tho country a groat portion of them saying I will hand you a dollar in a short time Tim farmer doos not want to bo small and says all right Soon the 1000 bushels aro gone and ho has nothing to show for it and ho realizes that ho has fooled away his wholo crop and its valuo is duo in a thousand little driblots Subsequently ho is seriously om barrassod in business because his debtors each owing him ono dol lar treat it as a small matter and think it would not help much Continuo this business year in and year out as the publisher of a newspaper doos how long wouldiho stand it TUB HKIIALD haH nearly 1200 duo it in little drib lots and if those delinquents will only pony up wo will soon bo able to make Tin HKitAin moro indispensable at tho firesides of our people than over boforo l1T ANTED 8fVmtAi FAITHFUL UE1T t rClflonlbleetAbUhedpayable Ely weekly and expense Position permanent Reference Knoloeo ielfaildren BtSr1JulldlurChlc The Salts of Hoods Sarsaparilla r l U6Uthowonderful perfect permanent S Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and 11vermedlcla Wei ref r Lr- ikl J 9 + ju h J 0 r tMS Jlz 4 w tI 4 rt xY J + f i v- I dyer 1 fS +i d S4s1 r tl nLJ7 YltT 1Itl Y f irH r ju1 f n t 4 JIIt fI rtlt 1 I LESSONS FRdM ROME + r 4I 1 Viutdolal UUaiten Coincident with Abaa donuicnt of JUmotalllmn Mr J 13 Wets criticises my short review of Roman monetary history In the Record He calls attention 16 the financial panic under Tiberius in the year 32 A D This panic won caused r pytheuawiseedfotthatloausofmoney should be rcntrlcted to certain amounts Thin forced the rapid collection of outstanding dobta With resultant hardship to debtors Under bimetallism Home rapidly recovered from this panic but from thu pan lea Inter on under this gold standard Home never re cored The debasement of the silver coinage under Nero was conllucd to the turn of from live to ten per cent t of alloy See Mommsens Gcsch lIes tom Munzwcseus pages 754 758 As our own coinage lis only 000 fine thin al loying under Nero can hardly be called a debasement Mr Weis says that tbd edict of Hcllogubalus making gold the solo legal tender for taxes was no more going on n gold bunls than it would bo going on a moon basis had he demanded taxes paid in slices of the moon That is very true and history shows that ho established the gold and not the moon basis Mr Welu aye that Homos disasters did not re suit from the demonetization of silver but from the monctlzation of copper bronze etc He gives no historical au thorny for such monetiation and the authorities 1 have consulted show that these metals were simply used to moire tokcnmoney which is not in any sense monetlzntibn Mr Wets Investigations certainly seem to con firm my statements to the ef feet that the disasters of Jtotnc wore coincident with the periods when the wise system of bimet allism was abandoned Mr Weis I think will admit that degrading one half of u nations coinage will bu fol lowed by disaster as certainly as is the debasing of the whole of its coin I age I cannot believe that he would maintain thut artificially enhancing the exchange value of gold and thereby de pressing the prices of all other com modities brought anything but indus trial ruin in flume or can bring any other condition to this country The unscrupulous emperors of Koine per versely refused to profit from the plain demonstrations of history of the ben eficent clTcetH of bimetallism This can not give rise to surprise when Intelli gent and no doubt wellmeaning Amer lean citizens Ignore the plain lessons of history anti surrender themxelves blind ly to the Infatuation of gold inonomcU nJlhulIJ II McConnell In Chicago Itecord WILL HELP ALL LINES A Cutifhlitni on tint HttiiilltN ArUIni tract Fruit ColniiKt Qllow will the manufacturers be benefited 1 Alty the increased demand for their products The surplus which the farm er and minor lis able to save over his expenses on account of the higher prices which he will receive for prod ucts will be invested in manufactured articles QUow will this Increase manufac tuned products and in turn be bene ficial to the farmer and the miner AIt will increase a demand for products more wool more cotton more iron etc will be needed and therefore the demand Increased There fore the Increased prosperity of nit classes will demand n higher class of products on which the farmer makes a great profit Instead of living on black broad pork and leans etc the work ing man will buy moro fruit nail higher grades of food products so that agricul ture will be more diversified and profit able QITov will tho wagecorner be benefited 1 ABy the increased demand for his services Wages nee controlled by the law of supply std demand just as sure 1 experiencegoesregulated by the price of labors products Q How will the merchant profit AUy Increased trade on which to make his profit prompter payment of hills and less demand for long credits i on which there is more or less risk QhIovsvill tho railroads and trans portation companies be benefited 1- AThe increased demand for mer chandise will Increase the quantity of freight Also when the people arc prosperous they will travel more Western Rural Awfully True London dispatches quote from the Statist on the monetary situation which authority says that tho United States adllingthatfuture will be against the United t enecuragingThe Mine Owners Profit If tho mine owner may tko 53 cents worth of silver to tho mints and get n mayisame Kinpty Hound I Sound money has a very tunpty sound to a man who has none of itPhiladelphia Item Tho UlRheit Ifotlo f tryInhalf to one r 1 iiroadUotoreGold 4 Isabootlngbrtltdta tet t1 J rq 1 r- i j 7 f SABI rTHE MAIN THING Red the Single Gold Standard Don NOl rromoto It In the study of this question now be tore tho people 1 want to cite you two orthree things that Dr Sturtevnht said in order that you may apply those things In your study of this question because I believe that the great differ ence that there is among people cornea from the application or misapplication of truth Now in this campaign we are trying to find out what is the best kind of money Some say that one kind of standard will give the best kind of dol lars others say that another 1 kindo standard will give the best 1 kind of dol Inrs You must luitu something by which you can judge these standards and J think that 1rof Sturtuvant has suggested tho means by which you can arrive at au idea on this subject You will find that ho says This function of money becomes very Important In the case of time contracts If one contracts to pay 100 bushels of wheat in 13 months the next harvest may be a very bad one and he may therefore bu un der the necessity of paying 100 bushels when a bushel is worth twice us much as when the contract waa made This makes the transaction Inequitable std such n liability will make men averse till o time contracts and throw a great Impediment In the way of the working of the neutral law of exchange Now 1 say that the doctor recognized h that when a man mule a contract he ought to be paid In the same way with the same quantity of value that it had when it was made and he goes on to argue that if you attempt to take con tracts in any kind of commodity those fluctuations in value would nuke theI contract Inequitable and then lie turns to gold and silver and SIl RIIn the two metals gold and silver we have mibHtanccs w filch possess to a degree quite wonderful the essential qualities of money universal desirableness Such u relation to human taste and use that they have been universally desired alli along the worlds history front the CIIII Most antiquity of which wu have authen tic record Nor Is there nay reason to suppose that in the future however dis taut they are to be supplanted from that place in human regard which they have always occupied And a little further along hu says Sold anti silver considered as a standard of value nee au ocean flowing around the whole economic and very large additions at tWo or three points are Immediately this tributed to every part like water which Is forced into the ocean from a single river can have no appreciable effect on its level I was glad when I began to study the money question to tied that Dr Sturtevant recognized that the great thing desirable in n dollar was stability and I can find no better Illustration than the one I first rend you where he speaks of Its being inequitable to compel a mon to deliver 100 bushels of wheat when wheat has doubled in vniuo1V J BryanAN ARITHMETICAL SUM Ono Dollur of raid III the Country to Twuittytour of lIurt gage 1 hate been requested to restate the Bum in arithmetic I submitted to an audience in Los Angeles Cat recently It was this That according to the estimates of the United States seen tary of the treasury there were only about 000000000 of gold in the United States and this would if divided out equally among the people glee to each ono about eight dollars Taking the population of California for 1800 she would bu entitled to something less thin 10000000 Now there arts gold mortgages on tho homes and farms of California amounting in ISJO to M1 000000 How are you to so manipulate 10000000 In order to pay 2110000001 This was the arithmetical proposi tion I submitted to bankers and ac countants and had not my voice been too weak to ho heard by the iiuittentv audience I intended to have said The census of 1SOO shows that there arc 52 800 farms in California and that 4512- of them nro under mortgage leaving only 7707 farms without a mortgage Hy the census of 1800 we tied that these farms wore mortgaged for 120000000 and tho city homes for the same amount If these mortgages averaged eight per cent the interest on thom it 10820000 each year while tho entire product of gold in California for 181U vas 13570000 and if every dollar of our gold product for that year had boon applied to our interest debt it would have still left a balance duo OK interest account for one year of 0250 000 These facts are not newspaper re ports but can be found in the c States census reports for 1500 m tho city library Will sonic ncute bank er show us the way out of this trouble This statement shows only one dollar for each 21 of mortgage What would ono of our bankers think if mortgagee ohould call at the bank and olYor to pay on his mortgage only ono dollar out of 24 of the mortgage John Shirley Ward The Money Hhnrki flow rho plain people are divided in thch opinion of the result but every usurer money shark and labor oppressor in the country is glad that the nations honor has betiu vindicated Illlnoii State Register rintocrntto hoed Soma of the corporations which arc against tree silver wouldnt allow the pt have free air if they could b tt J- I rf INTRINSIC VALUE VOoldbuff Theory In Which There Is Ab solutely Nothing The Binghamton Jtcpublicau insists that gold has an intrinsic value on that too condition or the operation of any law can affect that value What ever is intrinsic is inherent Value iis never that Jold line certain qualities that are inherent and therefore inlet sic and no condition has changed or can change them Uefore gold waa dis covered it possessed those qualities but it had no value whatever Demand mutes value When people wont a thing they are willing to exchange something for it and the more they want it the more they will give in ex changp for It There was no demand for gcild before people knew of Its ex istence and consequently it laud no value Such value an it now possesses cannot therefore be intrinsic In fact it is extrinsic because it is nothing more then an estimate of the human mind ns to how much ought to be given In ex change for it and this estimate is mens ured by tlll need of it or the desire to possess it John Philip Phillips Inn pamphlet on Value told the Money Question gives nn apt Illustration of the absurdity of the Intrinsic value theory IIce hi fJUnliticslwI worthlnuthlugten dollars a ton does not affect Its in trinsic qualities Its value is deter mined by the sum totnl of the conditions under which lee is appraised and com pared with another thing These in trlnsiu qualities have much to do wit creating value but the Ice III II st Ill t shows that they cannot of themselves create value that certain condition must cooperate with theta jo that end fJold has certain Intrinsic qualities that help to make it valuable but whrit 1vllhae would they impart to it on n des marineris were Conditions the needs and desires of the puople and other causes combitii to give gold value remove those oath tines anil causes rind it becomes worth less change them and Its value changeQI The sunny Is true of silver Demonetize gold mind the demand for It would h instantly met by nn oversupply and its value would diminish Legislation has tone us mneli us any one cause to give gold Its valueI nod legislation can do till same for silver TIll intrinsic lIluli theory Is like n bubble theres not hi hag in it Itinghnmton N1 Leader HOW IT WORKS I tut CM of Interest itnil tint Movement iif Cold Within the last three months about UOUUUOO of gold has been shipperI Ironi IKm opt to the United States Iart of it was borrowed by a syndicate 1InI New York and punt of it camu in re spouse to the natural demands of trade because our imports of commodities fell oil very heavily while our extort- were increased in consequence of shor- crops in other countries What has been the effect of the trans fer of that trivial amount of gold from Europe to this country The rate of interest in London has been doubled und In Paris nil Berlin it has been increased upon an equali scaleFor snore than two years prior to this movement of gold the minimum discount rate of the Hank of IEngland stood unchanged at two per cent After the first 10000000 laid been shipped to the United States it was raised to 2V then to three anti then advanced to four per cent this means a corresponding increase in the rate of interest or discount on thu part of all other money lenders in Lou don and in every financial capital o Europe What has been the effect in this coun try Evidently1 It has not becnn reduction In the rate of interest because call loans in New York were quoted nt seven per cent yesterday std commercial loans tinged from two to four per cent high er than the call rate Now if the transfer of such a smallI amount of gold as 00000000 from Eu rope to the United States can cause such n large increase In the rate of Interest mind such a heavy shrinkage in the value of the best securities Hritlsh consuls which were quoted at 113 three months ago now selling at 10S and other giltedged stocks and bonds III London Paris and Berlin being cor respondingly depressed is it not evident to every intelligent observer that there is not gold enough to do the bust ness of the world and that silver must restored to Its old place and value money before the parity money and justice can be reestablished IUepubIIcnn A AVrnk Iouudntlon Mr Carlisles report of the condition of the finance for October shows that there Is a gold reserve and net cash bnl nnco in the treasury of 233572701 Notwithstanding this seemingly vas sum of money in the treasury the money power could force a bond sale in lea than 20 days if disposed to do so That is tho solid foundation the gold stand ard furnishes for the treasury South ern Mercury A Manly Ipojtle A country that can survive 1746432 speeches on the financial question i proof against all the assaults of anarchy and vandalism Memphis Com medial Appeal I A LITTLE HISTORY ty Tho United State Under lUinctiitllnni and Under tile Single Standard In the year 1792 the American peopl- d established bimetallism the free coin j age of gold and silver us money without the aid or consent of any other nation They established the American system of finance just as they established American freedom and the American constitution without European aid or consent They did not ask for foreign consent to whip the tllritish ofT the American crust to write the Declaration of Independencef or to open the American mint to the free coinage of gold and silver American bimetallism established 1702 stood as the financial system o t America down to 187J During tinse SO years of free coinage the worlds silver was not dumped upon us Our institutions did not become Mexican 5zcd We did not go upon II single sil ver hauls Capital did not shun our shores We did not lose our gold We had no 53ccnt dollars We were no charged with being monarchists In 1S73 that American system of bi nietnllism was repealedl without the aid consent or knowledge of the American people Thereupon followed tho grant t Punic nod depression of 1H7J7S undo the single gold standard1 In 1S931800 tames a second great plume and indus trial depression under the prcacu jaold standard11c are nuts assured lint all we need to restore prosperity is n continuance of the financial sys tem wider which panic and depression have taken place We are told that if we restore bimetal llism capital will stun ustic + cr prosntnt gold standard during the six years past Under free coinage of gold and silver we lire told gold will leave us when 330000000 net of gold has leftt us in the past eight yeaii of the goldi standard If we restore flue American thllrgfl1tiuIl closed wages cut banks siispiMiding capital tied up no market for products and there will he tramps anil It rent del ijtarsthe very phenomena Iv the way which have marked the present goldI i standard Minneapolis Ienny Ire s- I IA CONVERT TO BIMETALLISM Testimony of an Iiililiixid Sliidtiit UK to uelltNieuelltN iif Free totting bcturni vteuli ago a special commis sins tas delegated by the trade and la bur assembly 01 Chicago to visit Mexico fur the purpose of making a study o t the money question us presented in the experience of our sister republic The commission was composed of Messrs 1I1 Mnus and Patrick ICnriglit both noon of strong sense anti keen faculties of observation As a result of the visit to Mexico one of these tutu missioners Mr P J1 Maas has returnedh home a ealons advocate of free coinage end intents to mount the stump in de fence of that principle speakingtWhen I started for Mexico I was apathetic on the money question 1 lend not made up my mind as to what would be the best pulley for the United States MyI trip lain removed every furiStates would adopt free silver it would injure the trade of England and other European gold countries Talk IhoutI protection to American workingmcn There never was a better plan advanced than the free coinage of silver It wouilleneouluge home manufacturers purchasedby j preference to those of lEngland or othorII countriesThe arefcompared n stand point The natives of Mexico are a II lazy shiftless lot hut if they had the energy of the workingmcn of this roan try their chances would be increasedh Ih thousand fold by the fact that Mexico is n free silver country Such testimony the foregoing from a man who was wholly unbiased on 1 hisIJ If in addition to free coinage Mexi co was blessed withsuch n climate as 1 this country enjoys it would be one of the most prosperous on tho IoboAt I Innta Constitution WALL STREET PROFITS A ISoiinnzu for Manipulator of tho Wu ilutocrntleCurporatlous1hc 1 profited by the success of the golditcs I at the recent election are the Wall street stock brokers The advance Inrcertain stocks in that market alone ntoots up according to the Chicago TimesHerald over 00000000 Justthigh of 00000000 Why that would worlIngmen ofthatowntheirsnsthatadd 10000000 to tho New Yorkmillions tand estimates toholdersothers2D30000001And prospcrltyl1 combinesnndthewatered stuck contributed 10000000 or 16000 000 Mark fundsTimes Ileralds figures of profits to such in stitutions wollrRegister a G si f 1 PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAl J Prof Morris of the loMelbournel Englishj C Eof London received file Idea of pneumatic tlrcv from the pneumatic springs which were proposed for carriages in 1845 The young und rich Baron de Selya Vi IxHigchamps who was recently elected Isenator in Belgium polled a rcruarkaII thcpeaslntrJ1i1lcof the secretary of the senate by re 1clIlIIng1 Capt John Marriott of the Norfolk 1 regiment of England who was 10110I tired by brigands n few Guys ago while 1 out shooting near Smyrna has been re rleased The brigands demanded t10 000 ransom for his surrender but tie not stated whether the money was paidj or not j quitetof Persian tobacco It is the sole product of a package of tobacco seed from the V department of agriculture at Washing is tort hl greentthat it will prove a profitable variety for this toll tool climate The rumor is revived that Canon Mnl tc01m MacCoII the wellknown Anglicanjl clergyman is on the point of surrender 1 irjr his clerical dignities and responsl bill tics in order 1 enItirelyn political pursuits He has long been credited with n desire to fig garsy j I betas statue which is to stand in j front of the Christ iuntin national the rter has been sent to Berlin to be cast butltf Ijill spectacles which he always wearsjj There Is n companion statue of Bjorn J IlIJjA DOG ORCHESTRA 9 Iliiyi on MX IiiHritmiult InilitdliiR Vlnlln mid Cornet i It would seemns though the limit were about reachrl In thi Lavatersclo orchestra We are told tint in this 1 tour II collection of dogs Is presented 5 tons who have gnulijated from the per forming of mere tricks mid have level toprl extraordinary ermine musical taljents And yet utter mill it is only a natural progression in canine educa 1 lion for ninny dogs who by the grace of good Inceding and lofty canine outage have peen admitted to the pnrjj serve of the home circle have known to show unmistakable fo remarkable interest in singing or the playing of n piano even to the mlslngJ of TJTheseTJ jbilled1 j 1IIwnls consist so the report says ol violin drums cymbals bass viol bone and cornet If this is true tromjj the composer may try his opera hh1mll4 hardly presume that they play at sight though that may come in dUI time JJ- A noteworthy tent that Is promised j occurs right after the dogs have played 1 as a brass hold anti its members IIIIXY j jThreeHUTS anti the slidetrombone player j fore brought on for their special duty J To one of each dogs foropavs Is fled n j bell sad the trainer disposes enough others about his person to make musicalI sculp Two ol the dogs his lIft tic third at his right andUp1iiman bogus the tune with the his charge As tjio air reaches a fhisf manner tine tuno is played to its end 1 fderfnlly J1theplainlysoulfulryes kept on uncle traders face their rxprc ston is eager and their tells are heating time The third bellringer has been v TTisbendeye trhenbepaw only comes V bellBut i Then there Is a poodle who plays n piano After playing his air through jj j1areon open nothing more than domosoldo but he always plays them with the sic compllatedTranscript WlBhtl3Mnililhil i Who is that finelooking woman next to oJThatmy Wlllcllyv 0111 do you mean 1 a Why the one next to the finelookyIng woman nbouthcrNoto as wifeAny thatThere i the finelooking woman heard you ft I 1ri iii itShes1 knosyrbhehmeanAll l JboJCleTe1and 4- PN yet Ys r THE FARMING WORLD THE OLD qSHCHURN ecnratetold ok t m borrylngs picnics wood rambles and all The romps In grgcl meadows ant grain fields ot gold s t S ftThe gay nulling parties wq had I the fallri fho sleigh rides In winter the QlJJng bee too How memry runs riot us backward 1 turn But there Is one subject we never have Rung The hours we spent at the old dash churn Ve rose Just at daybreak those long sum 1 mer days In order to churn In tho cool of the day Taking turns with each other ore hun dred apiece The hour before breakfast we pounded away How often the dustier was raised to our view Ta see IIt the cream was beginning to turn Then we worked with new vigor to hurry It through And spattered our clothes with the old dash churn How slower and slower tho old dasher would fly The nearer we got to the end of our tusk How trod we grew as the minutes new h- And Isnt It coming we often would ask Cut our cheeks would grow bright with the swift tixerclse And our hands clinging fast to the dash er would burn And the cream specks new upwird to apron our eyes And wo sputtered away at tho old dash churn When the butter was tjathcrci nil golden and hard And mother appeared with ladle and bowl We watched as oho pressed all the butter milk out And gathered It up In a great shining roll- And when father came In from the gr Jn field to rest Out of reach of the sunbeams that shim mer and burn We brought him the drink that ho always liked best Some fresh buttermilk from tho old dash churn It Is vanishing swiftly the honest dash churn i And patent Inventions are taking Its place And many an hour of labor Is saved To brlhtenlherBut still In my fancy a picture will rise As back to fair childhood I dreamily turn The CW on the flowers u glow In the t And skies two little children at work at I churn Jersey theI NEAT DRAINING DEVICE Keeping tlm Cow Hum Cnn by the llIo of Sewer 1ior Tile The iKcomiwnying very plain Illus trations show how a cow burn may be easily drained by the use of sewer iiiixj or tile A represents the stanchions hi u fiat DHAININQ A COW HAHN is the stable flour which can he made of any kind of heavy hoards and Slope slightly toward the rear c Iii the ItOll behind the cows d are fourinch sewer pipes or tile directly behind each cow e are hardwood circular blocks fitted UIPKH 12ND OF TILE Into the top of the sewer pipe f arc holes in these blocks through which the liquid manure passes g is a drain nge pipe at the bottom of the sewer pipes and connects with n cistern or sink If this Is not available it can simply net na a drain Fig 2 repre seats the upper end of the tile Thl method of draining a cow barn will in freefromdrain pipe g is not absolutely essential r Orange Judd Farmer v The Komi KcqulriMl by COWS Dairy animals require twothirds6f a fun and generous ration as food to carry on the ordinary functions of life A gain only dan be niado or a profit ru presentinJt Is there or not the animal functions- of life will be supported first and what makiitgutheof making All the food the animal can be induced to eat and that can be properly digested will go directly to profit What a cow eats beyond the cost of keeping is what determines the profit jn her keeping Beware of tho ew with n small appetite especially if the pall shows n small flow of milk 10 Test her at once Western Plowman t In the fall after the leaves drop is k good time to prune the grap0 vines HOW TO FEED APPLES Iliidculrablo Surplus Can lie Turned late Milk and Mutter eatIngI gthcmuptlow inungcrunmolested will seldpm cspceltiifyItirke greattearpraaliceJlP1csgroundundoubtedly is the better way Thus the ground apples the cut hay or straw and the grain ration can nil be mixed and eaten together If I had no root putter I think I would chop the apples coarsely in a large plank box URlnga FKEDINO APJLES TO COWS sharp spade to chop them withor nt range the manger tioinewlmt on Mr Woodwards plan here illustrated He says If a pair of post or stakes be firmlyI set Iin the ground or made fast to JUNtfarIIIKI a hole lie bored just high enough sc that a pin put through will prevent the animal raising her head quite level it will be impossible for the apples to roll down Into the throat and choke her The same apparatus will prevent animals choking when eating potatoes or nnv other food What melee the anima choke is raising the head so high that veightintostructions and information as here given should mattes those among out l yclbeenl feeding apples to relieve the country ol the otherwise undesirable surplus by turning it into milk butter and meat wow in its great wealth it is really n source of annoyance nod loss It en a- be made a source of income Farm and Fireside RIPENING CREAM Frequent Stirring tads In Securing Siitlf- lfiirtory KcNiiltH A bulletin from the Iowa experi ment station makes the following statements in regard to ripening cream It will I L seen from experi ments that the riglit degree of acidity largely governs tho flavor of butter till other conditions being favorable Another essential feature in making good butter iis that the cream should be frequently stirred luring the ripen ing process as ninny of the lactic acid germs are aerobic and require fre oxygen Where the cream is warmer than the surrounding atmosphere odors are given off where the cream is cooler odors are fakfu on We have found the best results to be obtained by quick ripening with frequent stir ring Our highest flavored butter WitS produced when the acidity was about I1T and the cream ripened at a temperature above 70 degrees Tim writer could not say that 37 would do for all localities as no experiment1 have been conducted outside of the college creamery We found no dim cully in changing the flavor of butter front one to three points where the same cream was divided and ripened to different degrees of acidity at van ous ttemperatures It was found when the cream was ripened to an acidity above 40 thatI it took on a bitter flavor The same results were noticeable when thet crcnin was ripened for a long pe riod at n low temperature without much stirring Low temperatures seem lo be favorable to the growth of germs that impart n bitter flavor to the cream Muldiif Fruit Attractive Fruit hnlwnyxHold very largely by Its looks says the New York Partner The highly colored appler will always bring higher prices than those of a duller or greener color With pears there is I partial exception us there are so ninny superior varieties of a rusty color that this rather than bright red has the pref erence Hut with the pears that do color the inpri highly colored any speci nibnunny be the better it is likely to prove But so much depends on an at traalivp appearance that ninny growers have learned that there is money in put ting1 a J3P pv of green leaves to offset the color of the fruit This is almost always done in selling the finest peaches and fruit growers ore learning to treat other fruit in thoisamcwny DSpfingon llarm Ice for tliocrenmer and other cooling is n good thing but it costs money to prepare for storing it antI to pack anti use It A dairyman seeping ten cows needs 14 to 20 loads per year and finds it pays to cut and house it On how ninny farms cold iprings that would do all that ice Is needed for could be piped to the creamer for onehalf the cost of building an ice house and storing ice Such spring water besides saving the time of handling ice in winter and summer would also supply the house and barns rind a street tank as well We do not properly appreciate the cold spring on our propertyFarm Journal I AN ARIZONA MUMMY Oat Very Rich Person of the AlsCteat Aiteo Nation An Indian mummy has been found In Arizona near Prescott that is believed to have once been ono of the greet men of the Aztecs says the Now York Jour nal It was found by John P Blundy who communicated tho factA to George P Kunz the Now York diamond expert says the Chicago News Beside the mummy was a basket filled with a half peck of torquolscfl With tho Aztecs green was a sacred Klono and wealth was gauged generally by tho number of green stones the person owned Every mans treasure in those days was burled with his bones and neglect to do this was regarded as highly sacrilegious For the nourish ment of the departed soul a few ears of corn were added The torquoincs Mr Hundy found were in the form of beads These the Aztecs firmly believed saved the wearer from fevers serpents bites and discuses rhe mummy IB n singular specimen altogether unlllte the Egyptian variety The skin is dried firmly over the bones giving it u withered appearance This is duo to the rare nil in Arizona which dries but seldom has the decomposing effect of our atmosphere IN linguistic attainments tho Rus slam are fro in advance of other na tions Their leisured and cultured classes appear to have the faculty of acquiring languages specially devel oped and can for the most part learn a nuts language with n fraction of the time and trouble it takes any other race Dtllraon1RhoIIIIno sot always got to stop In n suloan on your way home haven t you any BclfccutfoH JJoIIWbfmy dear I always pass by six saloons nllo only JO Into ouchI Dont you tall that self control FlicKCiulo Blncttor SO roc were nt opera last nl htl IIYes now moan the 011191uBXllt rOpcrbookshoolessinn on tho audience that will not soon be forgotten Uoxhury Stuctto A wrsTKitx farmer wrote to his lawyer os follows Will you please tell mo where wishtoupon the Mitine school that you went to YonkiTs Statesman Tm IIxTriiiorxcnUrricr or TIIF KnntE Cook IMiwero do yes live Mrs B II Orange mununConicDints in tho counthryl Jlrs nYe inuain Coolc Is there a pollsho force there Mrs B Yes iimum A very goad one Cool II Arc tho inlmbor agreoublo loilco3trs- DVery CookWell olll uhpako to the lady an lasht did your eookln nn if site says youre amiable an not a big tvvter mebbo oill tlN yez fen a mouth Como basic toniorrer Harpers llaznr No QIAUTT will ever pot n man moro friends than n shucro numiration of thu qualities of others It indicates generosity of nature frankness cordiality and Cheerful recognition of merits Dr Johuson IIII DONT cine that for what tliq newspapers think about mc said tyro statesman his lingers NoI said the In credulous constituent No It Is wheat they say that keeps mo nwakc of nights Indianapolis Journal TUB FEMINISM VtrwNollDid you en joy the performance lust nlghtll Bollo Nn It was stupid Nearly every woman in the house took her lint on and there vria nothing to look at but tho play Phlladol jihla ltccor- dOwtxsWhats In a name anyhow I DunlleuNot I1 much In yours old nip Owens What do you mean Dunno Why overylhiiiK youve got is in your ttfos name Uut ttr1 Drooklyu LIra When n man fallft out of a ttiistory window youd until rally say heIis a man perhaps het is and then again perhaps not- Something may save him There puny be a friendly awn lag that will let him down easy no lie I be pound land well to ti morrow You never know what may save a man who seems to be ns good as dead Many a man who seemed to be dying of consumption nnd whom the doctors pronounced just ns good as dead has got well and strong mid hearty again by using Dr Tierces Golden Medical Discovery This wonderful medicine has shown the doctors that consumption isnt always a fatal dis ease It can be cured if you get at the germs of it in the blood and clear them out thoroughly That is what this Discovery does It makes new blood hcnlthy blood The germs of consumption cant exist in healthy blood They simply let go their hold and are carried out of the system then the new blood builds up new tissue new flesh new power new life It carries vitality to the lungs the bronchial tubes and every other part of the body It cares people after cod liver oil has flIed because their digestive are too weak to digest fatfoods The Discov ery makes the digestion strong For thin and pale nnd emaciated people there is no flcslibuildcr in the world to compare with it It doesnt make flabby fat hut lard healthy flesh It builds nerve power and force and iendurance It is never safe to pronounce any one Of dYIng of con sumption or any other wasting disease until this marvelous Discovery has been given a fair trial Dr Pierces thousandpage illustrated bookliThe Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser will be sent free paperbound for the cost of mailing only n onecent Stamps Clothbound 10 stamps extra Address Dn R V Pierce Buffalo N Y I IIowM ThUTI Rewardlforcured by Halls Catarrh Cure ToledoOWeJChonoyhim perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out Any obligations mado by their firm I ToLedoWho1esnIeDruffglsts Internallyacting bottIefree Halls Family Pills aro tho best Miss SlunrsII celebrate myJMth birthday tomorrow Wins Oldnpo Indeed I And isnt It singular So dollI Miss SharpoOh but 1 celebrate mine for the last tlmolritllits I IAn Appeal fur Amlstnnco willIIsteuI made by lily stomach or his liver In tile shape of divers Uyxpoptln qualms and un I I glandthatI Bitters my dear Mr or imultun us tho ease UIIOlieyour or whites of your eyes arc taking sallow hue Wnu Tllo1c d-Gurl you enjoy the horse show rutty good Thought It was hobbyhorses WHEN bilious or costive cat a Cascnrot uinuy cathartic cure gunruiilcotl lilti TAOIFIOII f wctlouslyA man can nl ways dlclilo to his stenographer you tulceshim= JUST try a 10 box of discard tho finest liver and bowel Regulator ever mude ehlldrentWlcle8hImm ful after thin little dears have been put to bedDoton for up Be sure Ltd Mss BURTON HARRISON I one or THE POPULAR WWTIRI rOil tier FREEIW to Jan 1 with As a special offer The Youths LK Companion be for the c rI of the 1896 to nil subscriiicrs One of the most beautiful beIPicturesIcolor beautifully 10 by 24 inches The arc delightfully This is published exclusively by The 01 and be in Art Stores than ono dollar I 2Color I Calendar Io nnm flIISI qG 1 0 THE TIME cSf year whenmeI- 1andiomen Become weak 1downally The first parts that the weather affects are the kidneys The urea not thrown off but forced backupon the lungs and dis ease results caused by weakness of the kidneys L rn attleernew one IIrlK Loader novSNAPI 700 GUNS T t ikUR i c fONky1ili i W i tito men prompt tryoutt kldneysand atoringT gr lintsorgans to p strcngtharidthat I is styli malice test of time saved thousands of lives It has restor ed to health it has done what was never done attemptedbefore stronger and healthier it has o made women brighter and top pier it standsaalone in all these you it would be wise you to use it and thus avoid the dangers of the season Insist F upon it BUYOYCLEI N u nn WIIKtf TO ADT 1632IIplease tint you paw t In thus r TranscriptImportantI Notice l IThe only genuine Bakers Chocolate celebrated more than a century as a delicious nutritious and fleshforming bever age is put in Blue Wrappers and low Labels that the Yellow Label and our TradeMark arc on every packagerWALTER BAKER CO Dorchester Mass newt l for less is re not brilliant feature The two have search matter 1 I For the f0 In addition staff writers two the most fatuous men anil women both the Old nnd the New World the most writer of fiction and some the iliad eminent clcn tllllI and are butor The for t897 10W nod Departments give I S1much every week Scud for Full 1B 0 0 I 1 1897 Beautiful Calendar i will sent free year tin Youths Companion could not sold TOP 7 lit of to of if of K 4 of ti S to A V II I 10f In Each IIIIIIII au for millions of tr men qualities Do think for ItE itntopaper I111i6 PTulationally attractiveIbceu explored The IOUth1S 8 ompanion g Whole twentyfive fullyfhundred Including popular statesmen trnvellcr nmaiciaus coutl Companion 0NVoume timely I 1Current Topics IInml Nature Science valuable information 1rospMtus f remainder subjects attractive Calendar IS ttyourdmntiii Largo Pares Volume nIIIIIIIII1111IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FREE known medical lkesd health Ithas sufferers having IA WRITING Yel Family Distinguished Writers S IAN MACLAREN RUDYARD KIPLING d HALL CAINE FRANK R STOCKTONaHAROLD FREDERIC t S MADAME LILLIAN NORDIffA CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER 3 STEPHEN CRANE t HAMLIN GARLAND j MAX ORELL W CLARK RUSSELL ALICE LONGFELLOW HON THOMAS D REED ANDREW CARNEGiEILTEUT R DR CYRUS EDSON DR EDWARD EVERETT HALK DR LYMAN ABBOTT And One Hundred Others r 52 Weeks for 175II- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIIMI fl r 92Iwo sad addras sad no GbioitpIAOD nEEnl tooth ComaaIoD 11ItJ sat Boas Iies WDrlBYea YT5 j r area U lanaryl HIT f iI 151 Tear nort ioo RnnuuIIYlafCJIr1awau CalR4ar for TM mtt oaMb gM or Its kind Tau OoapulO1 hu lTar oaredt N cO And nYMlhi Cwnpttlaa 82 Wk a Ml rIMi M neeey 1 1IH 1 rI11111111111IIIIIItli1111111IIIn11a1I111nhIIIIHNIIIIIHIIH HIIIH W nlllllllln11 TUB YOUTHS COMPANION Boitou MaN EMefiEM I r 1 I S t 11 J t f 10I t r rya I fJ tI r i i so I rcfI y THE HERALD TMXOER OOOPH Editor r t HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Doc 24180- ANNOUNOEMENItS f We are authorized to announce ASA Il PIERATT of Kzcl ns a cnndlilutc to rnprc rant the Legislative District of Morgan und Wolfe subject to the action of the Demo crutlo party TUB loath of Gen Antonio Ma coo loader of the insurgent force in Cuba is still in doubt and tin big city daily papers continue to bo filled with conflicting roportH It is to bo hoped howovor that Maceo is very much alive and that wo will soon hoar of tho annihila tion of tho slaughtering Spanish forcos SENATOR CHANULKK has intro ducod a bill reducing tho Ralariei of federal employes 10 per cont sJThis is right only it should begin rVith the chief executive where the 1 reduction should start with 155 por cent and so on down tho payroll in a graded nculo until it reached the clorks who aro barely gotting unough to keep tho wolf from tho door nut horo comes Congress man Hoatnor of Louisiana who introduces a bill increasing tho pay of congressmen from 5000 to 7 500 Wo say cut down tho big salaried officials employes not less than 25 por cent and thoroby stop tho deficit which is getting larger and larger FROM tho Sharpsburg World wo glean tho information that Mr S S Cassity until recently editor of tho Bath County Democrat will soon take editorial control of tho Morgan County Messenger Tho Messenger under tho guidance of Mr Caraway prosont proprietor advocated tho single gold standard lint tho supposition now iH that it will bo nn out and out froo silver organ Mr Cassity is n forceful writer and strong advocate of tho whito metal and under hiscontrol that paper should do much good for tho bimetallic cnusoTO bid him welcome to tho mountains TIm Kentucky press voices the lost public sentiment of tho people on tho Cuban question and the Owonsboro Inquirer voices tho son timont of tho press whon it says This country can no longer ro fuso to accord to tho Cuban patri ots full rights as belligerents Even tho South Sea cannibal and Modoo warrior of tho American lava bods respect a flog of truce Hy tho betrayal and murder of Gon Macoo Spain has exceeded oven tho most barbarous races in atroci ty Prosidont Cleveland and congress havo a duty to perform one which perhaps should havo boon performed long ago Hut now thoro is no doubt about it if tho latest report of Spanish butchery t is true U 4 THR address sent out from San Francisco by Mr Charles D Lane national chairman of tho bimetal lie party has tho manly ring to it that bespeaks tho patriot Whilo still maintaining his faith in tho justioo of tho bimetallic cause he patriotically advises every one to givo a cordial support to Mr Mo Kinloy in every proper effort for f tliQ public good and to do nothing to obstruct or lundnr n fair test of J liis finuiiciul UiuuiVk j litst jKj iiiVMtt hit good lit theta that thu- S 4 P t t fir 4- t u P I country may enjoy it and if they be pernicious and wrong that all may bo convinced Ho advises however tho maintainance of sil vor organizations so that effctivc action may bo possible when the question of bimetallism again comes before the country as he firmly believes it will Covington Commonwealth ASA B PIEHATT of Ezol candi dato for tho Democratic nomina tion for representative frotri the countios of Morgan and AVolfo was hero yesterday tho guest of Judgo G B Swango Asa is a hot froo silver man timid as the majori ty of tho voters in this legislative district aro of that faith it looks vory much as if ho will have a walkover for tho nomination Should ho receive it told bo cloct od of which latter there can bo no doubt tho interests of both counties would bo in absolutely safo handsThcro is not in this section a man moro deeply interested in tho material development of tho coun try or tho moral welfare of tho people thou Asa Ho is young vigorous and enterprising and above all is strictly sober and temperate in all things His in terests aro identical with tho intor oats of tho pooplo and this fact is prima facio ovidonco that every vote ho would givo and every bill ho might introduce would bo in line with tho wishes of tho masses of tho people MORGAN COUNTY Jamboree From tho Jambs Green Chancy and wife were vis iting at this placo last week Undo Wiley and Aunt Manda Wilson visited horo last week J K DoBusk who hits been leaching tho Sand field school olos od Saturday amid falling tours aid sad goodbyes Uncle Joss Oldfiold will leave inn few weeks with his family for Lako City Fin whore ho goes for tlw benefit of his health Miss Minnie Day who taught alto school at Consolation closed ast Friday The patrons and pupils speak of her in tho highest t crmsKolloy DoBusk and Scott Old iold visited at Long Branch this rook Tho school taught at that lace by Logan Johnson closes to lay with an entertainment Drs Floyd and Willie Lockhart tho former of Kiddvillo and tho attor of Ezol have boon in this section for a few days hunting amo and making and extracting coth These gentlemen are first class dentists John Shoupo formerly of this county but who hits boon in Illinois for some two years past is nailing friends in this section lIe will leave in n fow wooks for Drango county Fla Ho will be iccompaniod by Lewis DoBusk Dec 21 DKCKMUKH Maytown Missiles John Curtin is quite sick this week Mrs R A Day is some hotter They moved her last Sunday to Mr Days fathers near town J W Childers has had n nice fonco put upon Main and Locust itroots which adds greatly to that art of townfMiss Nnnnio Fields of Pine Grove will toach us n subscription school commoncing tho first Mon lay of January 1807Wo think 011 people fortunate in procuring tho services of Miss Fields nsn cnchor Rev Frank Agar is back from Louisville with a supply of Christ I miH presents furt 11 tLiicllihl- rtuthlulu OMtUu Jtta ill UUiU I- u- ai d I of Rev F Agar Maytown Ky Santa has already received about 70 letters J Millard Ritchie got shot last Thursday at R A Day do Cos store They wore No4 loaded in now club shells and tho right size for squirrels and rabbits Plenty loft for you and your friend for Christmas hunting Prof Thomas closed his school at this place yesterday with n grand lecture and n nice treat of candy and apples to tho children This makes 28 months that Prof Thomas has taught hero and as for as wo know has given almost general satisfaction Dec 22 WINOLKSS Canoe Callings J F Caudill and James Lykins have gone to Morehead on business Sanford Day and family have moved front Walnut Grove to his farm on Canoy Walter Holiday a prosporous farmer and merchant living on Canoy had tho misfortuno to got his fine dwelling hoiso destroyed by fire last week together with most of the contents Thought to bo incendiary No insurance Alexander Whitakor mot with a dangerous accident a fow days ago Ho was helping his son Dr J D Whitakor cover his houso and ac cidentally slipped and foil from tho top ofa twostory building to tho ground receiving painful injuries lie is doing woll at this writing Miss Margaret Whitaker closed her school on Canoy yesterday To say that she taught us a good school is too small a praise She taught as good a school as over was taught in district No 07 Sho hud a nice ontortainment and a nico march rho winners of the prizes for tho highest grades in different classes wore Calah Wells haughtier of J E Wolls Jst class Lucinda Hanoy daughter of G K Annoy 2d class j Samuel T Cau dill JJil class Doc 22 NKD WOLFE COUNTY Toliver Topics Mrs Sarah Elkins is on tho sick list Stovo Brown has moved to Big branch Rovs Brown and Witt will preach at Sandfiold next Sunday Born to tho wife of M A Elk ins a boy j to tho wife of A P Clark n boy Henry Ward and Branford Man nin spent Friday until Monday with their parents Tho twins Joe and John Lan drum returned from Illinois to speed Christmas with friends and relatives in those parts Last Saturday brought to a close our school after five months of progressive work All seemed to bo woll satisfied with tho way their children had progressed With success to you Richmond wo are tho same Dec 22 SInNER RICH RED BLOOD is thofoun of good health That is why Hoods Sarsaparilla tho One True Blood Purifier gives HEALTH tTANTKDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN Ifor women to travel for responsible et abliihed house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable Rib weekly BUll expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress eet envelope The National Star Building Chicago 348 THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T 8 QUINCKT Drawer 160 Chicago Secre lair of the STAR ACCIDENT COMPANY for information regarding Accident Insur ance Mention this paper By co doing you can save membership fee Has paid over 000CO00 Mr accidental injuries Do your own Agent wu1C1T E1J111AT1o REQtl1RU We are E BADLY OVERSTOCKED 11 In Every Department T SJI 1Warmi 1 2000011 A1l V I71 1 1 11EVERYTHINGGOESI This is the chance of your life 11 to buy Honest Values at Hon 1 est Prices This is no Fake Sale but genuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 75c Our Best 1former1 Best Line of Overcoats in tne Oily Best line of Ulsters in tie City j A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY ROSEDAVISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS 1 HAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY E MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS tV use the Host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices PntroDlZOHomeIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man beine an artist in his specialtyand Your work is respectfully solicited nug n PRATTLIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KYr H F PIERATT Proprietor tWIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special taro taken of teams for Commer cial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point- on liberal terms Patronngo of time public re spectfully solicited H F PIERATT Al9TIj9l Jrrt POSITlOWIIIIIlIIIArc sus C THE COUNTRY URaf WANTQ f IIICiIEkWIIJI wva Jitff1rt klit 6- L Y 4 N +rr- r r r- i Ij c s 4 i o w a lI t jIi I THE HERALD Hazel Green Hearsays Happenlngs oSchool will bo dismissed this afternoon until January 4 Bruno Mnrouni of Jackson was a visitor to our town this week Judge Stove Tntt and C C Fulks of Campton wore hero on Monday night The boarders at the Home have nil gone to thoir homes to spend the holidays E E Atkinson arrived today from Stnnton to spend the holidays in town Cnn this bo the Christ is the question Wm II Cord will discuss Sunday at 11 oclock Mrs John Pioratt has boon quite ill for some days and on Tuesday last was confined to her bed Prof II II Hoi ley left yostor day afternoon to spend a week with relatives and friends in Scott county The teachers aro expecting tho largest attendance of pupils after Christmas in the history of the schoolRev Jon Brewer will preachat the new school house below tho Holderby placo on Sunday service at 11 a m Mrs Margaret Onoy living near Hazel Green has been confined to her homo by illness for the past five or six weeks F X Day who was last week reported as being down with la grippe now has a case of rhotima tisin to wrestle with J M Pieratt and wife of Ezol came up Saturday and stayed ovor Sunday as tho guests of Judge G- n Swango and wifo John W Sweeney of May town was a pleasant visitor to our town on Wednesday and promptly re newed his subscription Tho tolophono company has put in new boxes botweon Torrent mud this point and bettor service is now promised patrons of the lino Frank Kash of Oakdale is visiting his father and mother and other relatives and friends here and will remain until after the holi days Thero will bo preaching at Con solation church on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning Rev John R Wheolerwill hold tho ser vicesDr nightnnstilytho infant child of his soninlaw Ellis Johnson and reports it out of danger Dr Silas Kash reports tho fol morningToa girl to tho wife of Dick Franklin colored a boy placehasnnd oxpress agent with Tabor Bros at Rothwell and will assume his new duties January 1 The many friends of our bettor i will bo glad to hoar that sho is now convalescent and able to get about tho house though still quito weak from her long illness Courtney Combs of Camptpn vas tho guest of Henry Pieratt on Monday night Ho says tho now T aper to bo published at that placo Jjll be called tho Wolfe County Times S ttWhother its a stubborn cold or it foryou can euro goodwith Dr foils Pino Tar takeninp progress StiHuniption Hud I ringtliu color II Rf hciuih tu the pallid checkiiiJ t I Wm McRoyuolds and wife near Ilazol Green left this morning for Virginia where they will spend the holidays Misses Virgie James and Lula Kashaccompanied by Uncle Sam Swango and respectivelyfamily of White Oak Morgan county last Saturday and Sunday Win H Cord principal of the bOg8Icorn I turnips eggs etc on account of pupils who want to board and attend school Ho will pay tho highest market prico for any of tho above or all taDnysboroin or closed on Monday in a blaze of glory Tho patrons of tho school aro delighted with him as a tutor and many of thou sty he is tho best tho school has ever had IV211 Blankonship who has been a sufferer from la grippo for some weeks past was so far convalesced on Tuesday as to como to townI andon Wednesday morning took to his bod in consequence of hisI rashness Dotter go slow Bill Dr Silas Kash accompanied by his wifo will next week leave for Louisville whore ho will matricu late in the Kentucky School ofI Medicine and remain until ho cnnI secure his sheepskin Tho couple will rent rooms and keep house during their stay there At least that is their intention at present A dispatch from West Liberty under late of Doc 19 SUsIIOp uty Collector B W Carr and H P Womack of this place in com pany with eight others dostroyed seven illicit stills in Lawrence county this week While Judge Womack was gone his barn was burnedno insurance Wm Clark Jr of Clark it Son was in tho city yesterday buying goods of Trimble Bros Ho reports that the store of lip firm and its contents were burned Thursday night of last week Loss 2UOOI no insurance They will rebuild and go ahead They are located at tho Cox Mill three miles north of Hazel Green MrsWm Blankonship will please accept the thanks of tho editor and his better t for a lot of nice eating apples sent tho latter Mrs Blan kenship said that when sho was recovering from la grippe apples wore tho only food sho could relish Hence sho sent our bettor In sup ply through sympathy love aiul kindness God bless her Tim Lexington Morning Herald of Sunday says t Deputies Flem ing Cockroll and Drake located a private still near Torront on Wednesday and promptly cut tho worm and destroyod tho plant generally They only made one capture Chas Drake whom they brought in on yesterday Three others engaged in this business made their escape Elder T S Tinsloy who hold I such a successful meeting hero in May closed a fine meeting at Bow hent- He took a number of confessions thero woro more than 25 accessions and the building of a house for worship was put under headway Since March 1 ho has received into tho church more than 500 persons John M Rosoroturned front Mt Sterling yesterday and reports thoI cattle trade as quite brisk though the prices ruled about tho same as for tho last two months lc to 8JX according to quality lIeI thinks there was about 1500 head on tho market Thoro was a good supply of hogs but tho demand was light awl on Tuesday somo of the pens were still filled with pork rH UxiMli frciJy ofiVrcd at I lf- lea huudtit I El TGLIiIrr tt I12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 25 touts Meals to order at nIl hours 110 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty QI1 LI1IGArIpzJIiII i Christmas Childrens Day At Muytown Sunday Dec 27 Rev Frank Agar will preach at 10 30 a m and 8 p m The chil dron will sing songs of Zion and recite their pieces One dollar will bo given for tho best recita tion The mission choir will bo present and sing Christmas an thems Bruce Fulks leader of choir Miss Nannio Day organist Everybody invited Miles Patrick of the Johnson fork was accidentally thrown from his wagon near tho residence of Henry Shocky on tho Daysboro road last Sunday ovoning and severely bruised about tho head and face Dr Taulbeo dressed his wounds and after a rest hero ofn few hours ho went on to May town for which placo ho was on route Do not fail to road tho new and attractive ad of Louis tC Gus Straus leading clothiers Lexington which appears with this issuo of our paper They are largely overstocked in all departments and oller 20 off on everything in their mammoth es tablishment If you go down to Lexington soon you will save mon ey by calling on thorn Those who have not paid their school tax in District No 20 Ha zel Green are requested to call at tho store of H F Pioratt tt Co and pay same at enco Remember that after Jan 10 1897 the pon alty of 5 will bo added II C QUICKSAU Tax Collector Near Athol on tho LtC E rail road James Watson a brakeman was knocked from top ofn freight car while going through a tunnel and instantly killed Ho disregard ed the signal to lie down Ho lived on Third street Lexington John M Rose who contemplated moving from horo sometime tho coming wook has not yet decided just whore ho will locate When ho vacates his present residence it will bo occupied by Robt J McLin and family George Drako flast wook arrested Robert Bonnet near Torrent who is charged with murder at Somerville Tonn sovon years ago and at once started to that place with his prisoner Courtney McGuiro and Mort Swango who havo been in Breath itt county for tho past two weeks engaged in hauling ties etc came homo yesterday to spend tho holidays J R DoBusk and wife loft this morning to spend tho holidays with Capt Cope of Broathitt 1VANTEnSEVERAIjIAIT11FULDi1J ts N tabll bed house In Kentucky 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose lIelfnllllre ell envelope The National Star Building ChIcAgo 2348 WATJt 5000 TURKEYS- Will I pay 5A cents per pound for roundforcash price for all kinds of Poultry Eggs Feathers Furs and Produce Bring mo your Turkeys Poultry and Produce 11111 receive time high est Cash Price C B MILLER ROTHWELL KY THE HERALD Ir Ti M I i I r1111itiI I J J 141W1Gi LaU t l 4 Breakfast from 5 9 a Dinner from V li i e 11111 b itiiiiJSIr b 3oi jttftl mrt Jynwsttovy School I uThe Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky r leit Term Begins May JanuaIgg 4 1897 IRegular Graduating Course Instrumental and Vocal Music Plain timid Ornamental Drawing k Shorthand and Tvnowritintr Ox to 1rlcnchels ltml1Irr- Q is tho opportunity in the mountains to obtain an education at a small cost Catalogue particulars War CORX PIitcJjvnI J M IPRACTICALf r Jeweler and WatchmakerlL illL e 1i iHAZEL GREEN KY I n full line of ijijhecJll I I m lItRopairing ii Fino Watches Specialty and Gold Syootaolos a Fine see can save you big moneyr 0 v t M LOOK MOTHERS A RARE TREAT FOR YOU ALL A Boys Sampson Suit with Extra Pair of Pants t 4ANDWB PAY eXPRCSS tfAROIlS TO D00P I REMEMBER you buy direct from one of theUrgeil Wholcule Clothing and by 10 doing you save three Profiu IIIfitI Black Dark Blue ford Grty u Oive Brown sii best and IrA anythinginSilverware us ftLe 5 YOUR 10fIOUR With Extra I Pants AII 0- a1tord The above mentioned 5176 Boys Sampson Suit with Extra null guaranteed to be made from in I manthlp throughout the belt money can procure it at urn Irk 26Expretugt paid tc your door In remitting tend either Ioit Office 01 Express Money Order or KegUlered letlt for measure tend Ind of Bay at Ian J tfand loge small fur till TO our Illustrated Priced Catalogue in which you wll find Boys Suits from 98C4 up Youths Long Pub Suits fro 200 upan Mens Suits froi t2 50 UP Thua style with Extra Pants All friJet BlackDark Blue Oxon Grey and Olive town Aga i 7109yiare 110 lace 1216Retsll Price so 11 I E COs 204 K 1021 a New 7ork City PB SAMPSONSUITS IlIuOaoJcutblowlIIckAlbrtlocketPatentPistolPockets upJlIf ag- eFREEI EVERYBODY fromi OwlS ROSENBURGER II tT N V rf L Ii r rJ n fHE HERALD FXNCER COOPER 1tn91Uthas HAZEL OSKEN t i s 8- TFtiCONCERNING ANIMALS A CoUecttoo K Ilitewstlntr Notes MadeI t f fejr Different Observer Ostriches aro usually plucked = every eight months The average yicl I la one pound of feathers each wBatsare most curiously constructed tho hearts action being aided by tit rhythmIc contractions of the wins oIr tho wings A few days ago Harvey Rltchcy wh I lives on a farm near Altoonn Pa found a land turtle upon which was engraved TV Walls June 81854 Tho love of tobacco has recently been acquired by a horse in Bankers Mich Some time ago its owner gave it some tobacco for an internal trouble and ever since the horse has been fond of the weed Three thieves were caught trying to steal a crocodile from the Jardm dcxI Plantes in Paris recently They hadp oed its nose and tail and were haul ing It over tho railing of its inclosuro fthcn the keepers arrested them Verona in Italy boasts of a pair of twin sheep each having six feet The extra legs are hind ones of the name size us the normal ones though they do not reach to the ground The owner Will not sell them to a museum ns hi thinks he can males more out of them ns muttonA In the south of England whose cottage In some distance from tiny of the neighboring villages has trained his dog which by the way + Is a spaniel to trot to the South western railway station and there pick up the London paper which the guard1 of tho train throws to him A gigantic specimen of tho Arctic rhinoceros has lately been discovered frozen up in an Iceberg which stranded at the Lena delta This specimen was ccvcn feet taller than the largest variety of the rhinoceros of today anti wnn armed with two nose horns the short est of which was three feet two inches in length The animal doubtless belonged to a long extinct species lIropenllbilloni protech r tury Herr E Buechner finds that the celebrated herd In the forests of Ujelow p jcsha In Lithuania which in 1850 num bered 1900 huts become reduced to less than 500 lie ascribes the falling o1 to breeding in on account of the re stricted area to which the animals are confined and to the fact that the mules outnumber the females Among the timings that furnish oc cupation for the eyes and minds of transatlantic voyagers are time houseflies which accompany great steam fillips from one shin of tho ocean to tin other In flue sunshiny weather the filet buzz cheerfully about sheltered places on tho decks and when the wind blows high they take refuge in the cab isms and saloons The flies often remain with the ship while in port and return with her on her next trip thus crosr ing the ocean several times in sucees flon std perhaps spending time entire season at mien Dr McCloud anti Sun Wallace two Portsmouth Ohio fishermen humid an exciting adventure with a large cat flab they had caught on a trawl line In the Ohio river a few days ago The fish was pulled into their skiff and In attempting to land it it Hopped InttmgledInmiddle of the river with him He was dragged over 50 yards before Wallace hlg118h87 pounds and won tho largest catfish caught for several years In that vicini ty Chicago Inter Ocean IrlctU and the llloycla Hard upon tho order from Cardinal mel trll archbishop of Paris forbid ding the clergy pf his diocese to rode time bicycle comes n similar command front Mgr Isoard bishop of Anneey near Geneva which is couched in the follow tog terms Wo see ppriests adopt the fashions and certain usages that their condition and public opinion should prohibit Wo have this tendency illus trated in the bicycling craze In our own country this machine has absolute ly no utility It presents grave incon i venience tIs than that those who practice bicycling fluid tho means to absent themselves frequently from their parishes and to distances that they havtffiiot hitherto traversed Our r people jyho Jook for rules of action in tho clergy nrescanduhImte I by these nqw theyllllittho thought of till price that the t priest must have paid for his machine To these first two considerations Js i Added tlib HO well illustrated in tho Inn t guage of our people Thatisntproper for a prenelierN Y Tribune Hud An AU rniitlv 131reyAnd because you couldnt find a nickel to pay the faro did tho con t duotor make you get oft and walk V Jnyson Xo ho only nacho me get oft I I could have sat on the street if I want edJU Boxbury Gazette plCTcntodfrolrui 1 plying coating wade of three t pirtJi of Zarbwith one part rosin T 1 I THE CHICAGO FRAUD Corruption of the dolclbtigi Shown In the Illinois Returns The Chicago goldltc press is boast ing that 50000 more votes were polledj in Chicago than In New York TillsI Jis strong evidence of what the State Register has elapsed that the golditesI carried the election in this btute undl in time country by fraud Everybody knows that Chicago 1IsI BlldIp that the proportion of votes to the population should not be as large iin When cityI th smaller city cast a vote altogether out ando50000 more than the larger city there must be behind these returns a fraudulent scheme that has been worked out successfully There is no doubt In the minds of those who have studied time returns that the colonization of voters In llll nols was curried on by time wholesale Every congressional district in tin 1IIllItc where there was a chance to work the Hihmc the Seventeenth not ex tvpted was colonized and the vote in Hated by repeaters The vote in Sangiimon county for instance wits user 3000 greater than in 1802 The total vote of Sangamoii county was 17012 This would signify that this county stud over 80000 popula tion IEverybody knows that there fis no such number of people in Sangamoii county The increase of democratic votes In this county since 1S02 Is not more than normal the democrats IU- 1ling polled 7004 in 1S92 and H5GG in 1H9G or nearly 3000 snore than four years ago If we add the populist vote of ISJU 181 and lao thirds of the prohibition 1st shoat 500 to the democratic vot of 1M I2 the total In 8340 which isi den 1ocrntid increase of 052 This is a fair conclusion allowing that the free sip ver republicans who voted the democrat ic ticket this year offset the gulch demo outs who voted for McKinley If tthe republican voters humid increased in till Mime proportion as the democratic vot TK they would have polled less tiiati 7000 votes Where mild the other 2000 republican voters come from Thai they were furnished either by coloniz lug or repeating Iis becoming more and more evident as the vote is studied pre duct by precinct There WilfUl gigantic fraud pcrHtrnted on the genuine dice tom It of Illinois at the recent died tlion It is shown by the vote in Chi sago more clearly thananywhcreclseI tutu fa nacre or less manifest in cell the cities of the state 1Add the 7000 votes the republicans might honestly have polled in Snnga umlaut county to the 8500 polled for tore democratic ticket tutu the total is 15 0 indicating n population of nearly 70000 which it is probable a census would show the county really has throe tens of millions of dollars of corruption timid raised by Hannn and hula associates It is becoming more rind more evident was usedI for lolo nizing mind rcMtiting purposes Ix t the free silver forces of Kangamon county bear the above facts and figures In mind They have H506 voters who form n solid phalanx Jt Iis doubtful if the republicans could count noses today that they could find their 8108 Where did they get them Illinois State Register- PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Hannii is still managing MiKin Icy When will the presidentelect be trusted to talk for himwlfSt Louis Republic Mark Ilnnnii will probably suc cecil In gettingI furred to accept II cabinet position or something more lucrative Kansas City Times It would be an awful joke on somebody If Maj McKinley should rebel now that time election is over and de cide to be president himself Detroit News William Jennings llryau Is a shining example of American grit and spunk No matter how much one nosy differ from him hula courage IIs to be ail mired Washington Post The public u 111 not be fully In formed as to Itho hplans of Maj McKin Icy until Plcr out Morgan hiss added his clews of what will be done to thorn expressed by Marna and Sherman St Louis Republic Thu republicans wore very yrnt ful pad magnanimous to the round tI1lionI hard it Iis to be generous with so much spoils in Right Chicago Chronicle = If tho American congress will heed time voice of the American people if it will give us n currency based upon gold std n tariff for revenue only these two enactments vlll make it dlfllcult if not impossible for tho formation ot trusts to corner products which the American citizens are compelled to buy Louisville Post The republicans have como Into power on tho pledge that their success would guarantee n return to prosperity This being tho pledge on which they won it Iis to ba hoped tint It will ma toretoreagreement nUll tho people will now have nn opportunity to test their sin ccrity In the meantime there is but ooo thing to Jo and that is to accept the result and watch developments Atlanta Constitution t llr I REPORTED FROM CANTON The Talk of Trusts Uettre a McKinley and Itncro Gores meet 1ingree of Michigan has beenVisiting JInj McKinley and talking with hi about trusts and corporations 1 found says Mr JMngree that b know ns well as anybody that they are rotten to the core He recognizes that they arc one of the greatest this country and knows that H + has got to be done lies all rightJ actor ther information Is given that It was Maj MeKlnley who wrote the antitrust plunk of the republican platform in teo about Mark JIanna being president adds Mr Pingrce but theyll fluid that William McKinley is going to be Arcs dent himself All this would lw cheering if Gov 1ingree could be relied upon to read Mtij McKinleyK mind nnd to estimate at their worth Mnj McKinlcys wordn The major as n politician humus acquired the habit of agreeing with the adver nary while he Is in the way with him end of seeming to acquiesce in the views of enthusiastic persons who do the talking lov 1ingrcc is not noted for taciturnity and he is honorably known as a dctcstcr of rapacious wealth In it not quite thinkable that when trusts and corporations were being de clared rotten to the corn it was he und not the presidentelect who spoke What though Mnj McKinley did write the antitrust plunk in 16112 He was as good a silver man then as Jpv Pill grcc himself yet he changed his mind It helps to reduce to almost nothing the value of this surprising retort from Canton that Jov iiu Ice should pref ace it with the statement which fol lows heeowes his election to the people and not to thu Kung the major Is that man If the trusts nod corporations that are rotten to the core arc included in the gang what would Lave become of Maj McKinley without them It is true that millions of tlw people believed they were doing their patriotic duty when they voted for the republican can didate hut it is also so true as to for hid dispute that every trust and cor postman in tin Iliitod States which takes a corrupting hand in pot it lc worked with frantic and conscienceless energy for McKlnleys1 election and thatt he could not have been elected without them It may bcthat as president the nusjom will disappoint the natural cxpcctatioi of reward of the trusts and corporation Knthroncd in tin white house tumid clothed with powlrumllitloll may come to him to do what is right even at the cost of consistency and the forgetting of service Maj McKinley is not H stickler for consistency as his course on the money question exemplifies and he has lived long enough to know that tthe trusts sad corporations supported him for their own nnd not for his salve It is possible therefore just barely pos sible that President McKinley will de cline to be the servant of the money power which humus made him Clevelands successor limit there are not many Pin green shout The governorelect ol Michigan is a singularly sanguine man X Y Journal AS TO AN EXTRA SESSION A ICopiilillcan Siliifiiii fur Agitating Pro tlMtUll- lIn an interview predicting and favor ing an extrat session of congress Senator Sherman hums staid We Immure plenty of money and plenttsof gold in the teens miry and 1 do not think that congress Iis called upon to take up the consideration of any radical change in our present financial system Tills is a practical admission by the Ohio senator who is the chief counselor in financial matters of the republican party t hilt no necessity exists for an ex trim session The only substantial reason urged for the calling of an extra session was the need of revenue to protect the gold reserve and prevent the Issue of bonds If there is plenty of money In the treas ury and the gold reverse is in no danger this reason IK removed The only object of an extra session therefore would be to pass a tariff bill not for revenue hut or protection in other words to keep pledges of benefits made to time bounty interests I in return for support in the campaign In doing this the republican adminis tration will not only offend the great body of voters who oppose high protection nrd supported McKinloyl on ac count of his financial policy but will give u color of proof to the charges that the syndicate have a mortgage on the McKinley administration More titan this an extra session will again bring a disturbing factor Into business What the business intorests need more than anything else now in complete relief from all political iiftim lion and menace Tho prosperity of the country depends upon the business mop getting ample time to establish renewed Imllticaltlnlcerlng If the republicans care for the good will of the country they will drop tint eubjoat of an extra session St Louis Republic It is explained tint Tom Reed wait all the way to California to avoid CityTmesTimcsWhoever may go into the cabinet Mark Hanna will undoubtedly bo sea XetAiy of Btte Chicaffo Jjiisoatwhi CONVOYED BY A WHALE i Pacific Occult Ship Accompanied os a V rage by n Mousier of the Deep Pacific ocean whales lire sometimes very friendly especially off the coastj of Los Angeles county Cal On moreR astonishedeif not alarmed sailing parties who have been becalmed These whales says the New York Journal are harmless and their at ten tlons are merely from curiosity but to have several of them floating in closet proximity iJ not altogether pleasant What la supposed to be the same whale has recently earned a reputation for friendliness During the summer i months It frequently met a large steam er off shore and either followed it along or played about entertaining the pas sengers by spouting On one trip the whale placed itself attend of the steamer and swam with it so deliberately that the captain was obliged to slow down and finally stop fearing to run into the huge creature On another occasion the steamer had on board as passengers time Medical Society of California consisting of sev eral hundred physicians When about half way over the whale appeared and nt once displayed unusual friendliness- It swam up to the vessel and turning followed her along so near that the spray of Its spouting came aboard and the eye of the monster could be plainly seen The steamer slowed up for n few minutes occasionally as the whale be came too friendly and the passengers had a fine opportunity to see a whole but a few feet away Frrlll 3laseacres As was anticipated when time recent outbreak in Constantinople oceurrea accounts of fresh massacres in Anil Minor begin to be received Reports from Turkish sourer which are not prone to exaggeration in these mat ters are that 2000 Armenians have beet put o death at Keman n ar Er Injan The town of Egin has keen been destroyed in the regions aroun I Kharput and Kaisarich Cesarea ex tensive massacres have occurred and it is reported thud more than 10000 Ar menlans around Van have been forced to abjure their faith and become Mo hammcdnns Cheap Excursion to tho Wet North hnd Nortlnrcnt NorthWesternWesternIbdluvaylarge number of points in the west north applytodress W U KiKnitv Ucnurul Passenger IoIllSnciiET SoriKTins My pas nn odd tel low boasted u little 110lIh IllS a frcniasoa replied tbo oilierIInll thats higher for the bod fellows wait on the masons P TitHits lloiiiiSitkirH Exearm lops On November aril December 1 and 15 18WI the Cliicnuo Milwaukee h St 1aui railway will fcll round trip excursion tickets timelVustor11Its own lice and elsewhere at really re duced rates I touts as to rates routcsot may bo obtained on application to any coupon ticket agent or by addressing GKO gellttlllcTIHH aorroxv which has cut down to tho hits ollrItCoEliot Dont Slitrt fur Cull fortilit Or Pujtet Sound until you Imvo written to time tiiidorslunuil for tlio Jlitrliiiiitfinx Xirrt nf TinrM hair + Iurhrrivfonts and Grid THK It gives jittrncttmis on mute du Crlbei trout norvlco and ponton nlly iii luleil tourist sh epur excursion to Laliforniu L V WAKKIKV nI A St Louln Mo plocr4lrlptlolullIlco abitI lhnllhedhlll01JI1IOIDont Tobacco Spit mill HmnUfl Your Ilfo- Auiiy cndiyamidfull of now life and vigor tin NoTollac the wonder uvorknr that mukoa weak men IluysOvurown drucrBlst who willyour guarantee AdSterllugaIIII- old PICOPUSIorthecompliment You mean dual that hame Im I Pisos Cuiv Is l r1 melliCnohUd I- MKviur otthonfthtp lieistimeclauDugald nndbowolsgripe boJCT Ifl youtenjoyingyourJ I n Eyestare nose are morn nr loss ntfeete bwhich 15 Culed bhnpure blood elk by puruylng the blood CureeatuIjRe Hoods J r Sarsaparilla 44- Is thobesltn fact tho Ono Truo mood purl0eryy Hoods Pills IthcI PERIWINKLE FAD Cocltnoy SlicUllnIi t1ftiyutcrsOne of the chief dishes in the cock ney bill of fore in Kngland Is the pert shapethe prucUcallyunknown said to be greatly inferior to the speclea of shellfish eaten In this coon tryOf late periwinkles have been offered for sale in a number of stores patron cockIuewinkles sold in New York come from livingthereImportingthemwas much larger than he expected or wanted and he concluded to try an ex periment and see if they could be grown in this country He dumped about a bushel In the sound ami to his surprise and pleas ure they seemed to thrive ns well there as In their native English waters They onlyfoundmore hut hod more than he could pos sibly use So he has placed them on sale and is deriving a considerable rev enue from them rrjcctcdMaetlol1l1iswere annoyed because site carried K bunch of grapes instead a pot of baked beans Chicago Record i Gladness Comes With d better understanding of the physical propercffortsgcntllrightly directed There is comfort In the knowledge that so many forms of sickness are out due to any actual dis ease but simply to a constipated condi Lion of the system which the pleasant promptlyremedy with millionsof families nndis everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health Its beneficial effects are lilt to the fact that itis the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It is therefore nil important in order to get its bene ficial effects to note when you pnr chase that you have the penninc arti cle which I is manufactured by the Call fornia Pig Syrup Co only and sold by lulldmpRistsIf of good health the system is regular laxatives or outer remedies are then not needed If afflicted with any actual disease one may bo commend d to time most skillful physicians limit if in need of a laxative one should hays the host and with time wellinformed everywhere Syrup of Figs stands highest tumid is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction buyIj ss record for llargest sales the j rEI Ir W Write for Illustrated Catalogue with prices to Estey Organ Company Urauleboro Vl Yucatan it is perfection carpetswithout withPearlinethorough simply scrub them with Pearline 0- apand water Then you wipe them off with clean water and sit freshnessLa good sitting f fljdown if in all your washing and cleaning you uso r j earline sat p andso save time and Work 1abJUse ita1oneno soap with iti 4Si onSl4Jc rHDeI J1 = tJ 1 1 J 0 S a r 77TTII II b ii 1 t- jk v y rjALMAGES SERMON II HisS bjecthYoung Men Chal lenged to Nobility AloUJthem and Their Volition 1orllouf Dr Tolmagcs subject Sunday was Young Men Challenged to Nobility sndthe text II Kings vl 10 And the Lord opened the eyes of the young tsaa younifVtheological student was scared by find- Ing himself and Ellsha the Prophet venerawhole able Elisha was not scared at all be cause ho saw the mountain full of de fense for him in chariots made of fire drawn by horses of firea super natural appearance that could not be sees with the natural eye So the old minister prayed that the young minister might see them also and the pay er was answered and the Lord opened the eyes of the young man and ho also saw the fiery procession looking some what I suppose like tho Adirondacks or the AlUghenles in autumn resplendence Many young men standing among the most tremendous realities have their eyes half shut or entirely closed May GOl grant that my sermon may open wide your eyes to your safety your opportunity and your destinyI A mighty defense for a young man is a good home Some of my hearers look back with tender satisfaction to their early home It may have been rude sad rustic hidden among tho hills and architect or upholsterer never planned or adorned it Hut all the tress on princely walls never looked so enticing tojou as those roughhewn rafters You can think of no parkor arbor of trees planted on fashionable countryseat BO attractive as the plaint brook that ran in front of the old farm house anasaug under the weeping willows No barred gateway adorned with statue of bronze and swung open by ousequioua porter in full dross has halflthe glory of the old swing gate Many of you have a second dwelling plan your adopted home that also is wcred forever There you built the firs family altar There your children were born All those trees you plant ed That room is solemn because oncoin it over the hot pillow flapped the wing of death Under that roof you expect when your work is done tolle down and die You try with many words to tell the excellency of the place but you fail There Is only one word in the language that can describe your meaning It is homo Now I declare It that young man is comparatively safe who goes out into the world with a charm like this upon him The memory of parental solicitude watching planning and praying will be to him a shield and a shelter I never knew a man faithful both to Us early and adopted home who at thu tame time was given over to any gross form of wickedness or dissipation Ho who seeks his enjoyment chiefly from outside association rather than from tho more quiet and un presuming pleasures of which 1 lave spoken may bo suspected to be on the broad road to ruin Absa lom despised his fathers house and jouiknow his history of isln and hit death of shame If you seem unncccs wily isolated from your kindred and somedoomli gather boots and pictures and a wp Have a portrait over tho mantel Make ungodly mirth stand back from the threshold Consecrate some jpoVwlth the knee of prayer IJy the aertory of other days a fathers conn sisterssnnfldenceto Another defense for a young man is adostrlous habits Many young men exrectorld by the use of their wits rather buysewtwicebeforefelon ho first saw tho spires of the feat town Sitting in sown ofllce waitingfr hei4raynlng up of the stocks nut luck Jfcmed so dull he esolved on some ncr tack Perhaps i3 borrowed from IS employers money drawer and for FW to put it back or for merely the Purpose of improving his penmanship sigsetureripfadei b4ere may come in hits dreams I butkoon hetnbusyIerldJJWTato the domestic virtues Then 2 young men who onco were his TJyOolraatcs and knew no better than engage in honest work will come 2n their ox teams to draw him logs Jgwith their hard hands to help him JJJTO up his castle This is no fancy ore It Is everyday life I should Wonder if there wero some rotte- ninsn that beautiful palace I dnot wonder if dire sickness Wd smite through the young man 1 Wod should pour into bis cup of ll ugiwtla that would thrill him S Unbearable agony if his children PW become to him a living curse I i t to + 4 drslmceIgoes to a miserable thegnashingungodly shall perish I waytoceel5 except through toll eitherof heILorhand At tho bftttlt Walesfinding forhelp 1 battlefromson I thedayI will not come Let the boy win tbeII jI thatthishonorsYoung i allthrough iI vietoryduelCharleswere kingdoms Milan and Burgundy iSlIeave11I yaret i isherocurse I I of this age is the geniuses men with enormous sclf conceit and egotism and nothing else 1 had rather be an ox than an eagle plain and plodding highflyingpick out the eyes of carcasses Extraordinary capacity without worlIIs extraordinary failure I heglnslifethe anyItunfallon state to have nothing to do und therefore God commanded him to be a farmer and horticulturist lIe was to dress the garden and keep it and had he and his wife obeyed the Divine injunction and been at work they would not have been sauntering under the trees and hankering after that fruit which destroyed them and their posterity a proof positive for all ages to come that those who do not at tend to their business arc sure to get into mischief- I do not know that the prodigal in Scripture would ever have been re claimed had he not given up his Idle habits and gone to feeding swine for a living The devil does not so often attack the man who is busy with the pen and the book and the trowel and the saw end the hammer He is afraidof those weapons Hut woe to thcman whom this roaring lion meets with his hands in his pockets Do not demand that your toil always be elegant and cleanly and refined There is a certain amount of drudgery through which we must all pass what ever bo our occupation You know how men are sentenced a certain number of years to prison and after they have suffered and worked out the time then they are allowed to go free So It is with all of us God passed on us tho sentence By the sweat of thy brow slmlt thou eat bread Wo must nduro our time of drudg cry rind then after awhile we will be allowed to go Into com parative liberty We must be willing to endure the sentence Wo all know what drudgery Is connected with the beginning of any trade or profession but this dues not continuo all our lives If It be the students or the merchants or the mechanics life I know you have at the beginning many a hard time but after awhile those things will become easy1ou will bo your own master Gods sentence will be satisfied You will be discharged from prison Bless God that you have a brain to think and hands to work and feet to walk with for in your constant activ icy 0 young nan Is one of your strongest defenses lut your trust In Ood and do your best That child had It right when the horses ran away with the load of wood end he sat on It When asked If he was frightened he jald No I prayed to God and hung on like a beaver licspcct for the Sabbath will be to the young man another preservative against evil God has thrust into the toll and fatigue of life a recreative day when the soul is especially to bo fed It is no nnwfnnglcd notion of a wild brained reformer but an institution established at the beginning God has made natural and moral laws so har monious that tho body as well as the soul demands this Institution Our bodies are sevenday clocks that must bo wound up as often as that or they will run down Failure must come sooner or later to the man who breaks the Sabbath Inspiration hat tailed it tho Lords Day and he who devotes it to tho world is guilty of robbery God will not let tho sin go unpunished toner in this world or the world to iCThis Is the statement of a man who has broken this divine enactment I was engaged In manufacturing on tho Lehigh river On tho Sabbath I used to rest but never regarded God In t- One beautiful Sabbath when the noise was all hushed find tho day was all that loveliness could make it I sat down on my piazza and went to work inventing a new shuttle 1 never stopped to cat or drink till tho sun went down By that time I had the in vention completed The next morning I exhibited it and boasted of my days work and was applauded The shut tle was tried ad worked well but that Sabbath days work cost mo 30000 5Vo branched out and enlarged ands the cursqof Heaven was uponjn i irooy that day onward While the Divine frown must rests x I upon him who tramples upon this statute Gods special favor will be upon that young man who scrupulously ob serves it This day properly observed will throw a hallowed influence over all tho week Tho song and sermon and sanctuary will hold back from pro fsumptuous sins That young man Who begins the duties of life with either so dnyIfallIthupsidedownsaid that a wonderful child was born in llagdad and a magician could hear his footsteps 0000 miles away nut I can hear in the footsteps of that young worshiptodayusefulness but the oncoming stop of millionsItion of approximating to it are an in fallible defense The artist completes in his mind the great thought that ho wishes to transfer to tho canvass or tho marble before he takes up the crayon or the chisel The architect pittns out the entire structure before ho orders the workmen to begin and though there may for a long while sewn to be nothing but blundering and rudeness he has in his mind every Corinthian wreath mind Gothic arch and Uyzantlnb capital The poet arranges the entire plot before ho begins to chime the first canto of tingling rhythms And yet strange to say there are men who atteiApt to build their character without knowing whether in the end it shall be a rude Tartars tent or a St Marks of Venice men who begin to write the Intricate poem of their lives without knowing whether it will be a Homers Odys sey or a rhymstcrs botch Nine hun dred und ninetynine men of a thou sand are living without any great life plot Hooted spurred and plumcdand urging their swift courser in tho hot test haste I ask Hullo man wIdth er away ills response Is Nowhere Hush Into the busy shop or store of many a one and taking the plane out of tho mans humid or laying down the yardstick say What man is all this about so much stir and sweat The reply will stumble and break down between teeth and lips Every days duty ought to be the filling up of the main plan of existence Let men bo consistent If they prefer misdeeds to correct courses of action then let them draw out tho design of knavery and cruelty and plunder Let every days falsehood and wrongdoing be added as coloring to the pictures Let bloody deeds red stripe the picture and tho clouds of a wrathful God hung down heavily over the canvas ready to break out in a clamorous tempest Let the waters be chafed and frothtangled and green with Immeasurable depths Then take a torch of burning pitch and scorch into the frame the right name for itthe souls suicide- If one entering upon sinful direc tions would only in his mind or on pa per draw out in awful reality this dreadful future he would recoil from it and say Am I a Dante that by my own life 1 should write another inferno Hut If you are resolved to live a life such as God and good men will approve do tint let it be a vague dream an indefinite determination but In your mind or on paper sketch It in all its minutiae You can not know the changes to which you may be subject but you may know what always will he right anti always will bo wrong Let gentleness aifd charity and veracity and faith stand in the heart of the sketch On some still brooks bank make a lamb und lion lie down together Draw two or three of the trees of life not frost striclcen nor ice glazed nor wind strippecl but with thick verdure waving liko the palms of Heaven On the darkest cloud place the rainbow that pillow of tho lying storm You need sot print tin title on the triune The dullest will catch the design at a ghinco and say That lis the road to heaven Ah met On this sea of lIl what innumerable i bhlp heavily laden maid well ngced yet seem bound for no port Kwrpl evey whither of wind timid wave they go up by tho mountains they go down by tho valleys and are at their wits end7nty sail by no chart they watch no star they long for no harbor I beg every young man today to draw out a sketch of what by the grace of God ho means to be Think no excellence so high that you can not reach It lie who starts out in life with n high ideal of character ind faith in It1 attainment will find himself incased from a thou sand temptations Thcio are magnificent possibilities beforo each of you young men of tho stout heart and the buoyant stop and tho bounding spirit I would marshal you for grand ochiov ment God now provides for you tho field and tho armor and tho fortifIca- tions Who Is on the Lords side A captain in ancient times to encourage his men ngaitst tho immense odds on the side of their enemiess said Come my men look these fellows in tho face They are 0000 you are 300 Surely the match is even That speech gavo them tho victory Be not my bearers dismayed at any time by what seems an immense odds against you Is for tune is want of education are men aro devils against you though the multitudes of earth and hell confront you stand up to the charge Wti a million against you the watch Is just 0 i r Ii i I even Nay you havea decided adraB tage It God bo for us who cam be against us Thus protected yow need not spend much time In answering your assailants Many years ago word came to me that two Impostors as temperance lea turers had been speaking in Ohio la various places and giving their exper fence and they told their audloncethal they had long boon intimate withme and had become drunkards by dining at my table whore I always had liquor of nil sorts Indignant to tho last I went down to Patrickdegree sayingnight for Ohio to have those villains arrested and I wanted him to toll mo how to make tho arrest lie smiled and said Do not waste your time by chasing these mos Go homo and do your work and they can do you no harm I took his counsel and all was well Long ago I made up my mind that if one will put his trust in God and bo faithful to duty ho need not fear any evIl Have God on your side young man anti all tho combined forces of earth nnd hell can do you no Damage And this loads mo to say that tho mightiest defense for a young man is princlploNothingmay have manners that would put to shame tho gracefulness and courtesy of a Lord Chesterfield Foreign languages may drop from his tongue Ho maybe able to discuss literature and laws and foreign customs He may wield a pen of unequaled polish and power His quickness and tact may qualify him for the highest salary of tho counting house He may bo as sharp as Herod and as strung us Samson with as fine locks as those which hung Absalom still he is not safe from con tamination The more elegant his manner and tho more fascinating his dress tho more peril Satan does not care for the allegiance of n cowardly and illiterate being Ho can not bring him into eflleient service Hut ho loves to storm the castle of character which has in it tho most spoils and treasures It was not some crazy craft creeping along the coast with valueless cargo that the pirate attacked but the ship fullwinged anti flagged plying be tween great ports carrying its millions of specie The more your natural and acquired accomplishments the snore need of tho religion of Jesus That does not cut in upon or hack upany smooth ness of disposition or behavior It gives symmetry It arrests that In tho soul which ought to bo arrested pro pels that which ought to bo propelled It elevates and transforms To beauty It gives more beauty to tact more tact to enthusiasm of nature more enthusi asm When the Holy Spirit impresses tho imago of God on tho heart Ho does not spoil tho canvas If in all the multitudes of young men upon whom religion has acted you could find one nature that hind been at least damaged I would yield this proposition INTERESTING ITEMS TUB Boston Union for Industrial progress is composed entirely of wo menIT Is said that five railway brother hoods will join tho Federation of lobar at the corning convention Eight hours will bu a leading topic A WKII known specialist on car discuses has mule the announcement that half the deafness prevalent at tho pres ent time can bo traced to the practice of boxing the ears of children J HKHi are f 30 authorized guides in the Alps 101 of them have taken a reg ular course of instruction in their pro fession and have received diplomas 35 of thorn are between 00 and 70 years of age and 0 are over 70 A tiMAHKAjiii march of 4700 miles across Siberia occupying almost n year has just been completed by two Russian battalions of line infantry anti two batteries of artillery which lately reached their camp on tho Amur Lio XIII is the two hundred and fiftythird pope Of the total U53 popes beeniGreeks 8 have been Syrians 0 have claimed Germany as their birthplace 0 have hailed from Spain 2 wero from Africa U from Savoy which was also the number sent by Sweden Dalmutia Rolland Portugal and Crete England has furnished one pope only Italy heads the list with a total of 101 all since 1520 having been selected from among Italian cardinals LONDON ENOINEBJUNO is authority for the statement that tho construction of time new Prussian Stato railway now in progress embraces tho build ind of a bridge across the Wupperthal at Mungstcn between llcinschcld and Sobingen which will have a 558foot center arch span 353 feet high weigh- Ing 1700 tons and costing about 8C25 000 This is claimed to bo the largest nnd highest railway span in Europe tho famous Duoro bridge at Oporto be ing about 204 feet high and C25 feet spanSANITATION has proved that tho use of gas in bedrooms is unwise as it consumes too much oxygen If therefore it Is lighted before the occupants retire they will find the atmosphere vitiated when they do so It is a great mistake to believe that the amount of tho vltlatlor is of no consequence because tho flame is small The combus IOn which is an incident of a small ilamo means that instead of carbonic acid and water the air becomes loaded with partially burnt hydrocarbons and other noxious products F fI J Y ST 5 fI A LITTLE NONSENSE f t Mr Elwtll 1Isnt it trangbwt k true nevertheless thatthe bUffeet foe 1 klwaya marry the pretUeatglrh l 1 M Elwcll = Oh go on you flatterer PhlladelphIt Inquirer rYQ IftIIdine loongcc v llanwDumley Vliai 1s It Henpeofc 1 I make my wife BO mad oho wont speak x lo merKansas City Worldf 1L An Obliging Lady Kirs Mackay IIAn so yo havo no mother no- wJimmNo mum Mrs Mackay + Well my boy whenever ye feel the Want of a good licking come to mo and Ill be a mother to ye Tldblta Husband Theres one thing I con say for myself anyway Ihave risen by 4 t my own etfortaWIfcNoerintbo a aimorning John I notice that it takestitwo alarm clocks nnd all tho members of the household to get you up then Boston Courier SUIlDissatisfied Well remarked the wife of time man who had changed t lib mind about coming to congress you have n clear conscience anyhow x III know that1 was the comfortless re ply but n clear conscience isnt What I was running for Washington Star Gloomy Prospect Youre some body now said tho neglected horse looking through the inclosuro at theFprize pig but one of these days somebody will invent n sausage that can be made of the castoff pneumatic tires of bicycles und your name will be DennisilooChiengo Tribune One on Charlie Ethel joyously Charlie proposed to mo last night UlLlUhY I know It EthelmVhyxhow did you know Mlnuter met i him this morning and asked him Nrlmt i made him look KO blue and lie flaid you I had accepted him SomcrvHIo Jour mini P HEROISM IN MINES IrutntirrM Wliira llnivti Mini Ilnvn KUUcd Tlitlr III von to Suva Others Never was there a mining disaster of nny magnitude without several lu stances of Individual gallantry In sav lag boys moue AH n colliery manngerlRaid time other day there may bo a score of cases of that kind after u single accident amid nobody bo nny the wiser A boy told mo once he proceeded that after nn explosion one of tho men who waa with him brought him along u considerable distance in tho work logs At last they met time after 1anipt j Time lad was so terrified HO anxious to get out that ho wanted to rush through and iniiku leis way to the shaft If he had gone on ho certainly would have dropped but the man would not let hlmho stopped him by force rod fthough time lad bit and fought like n little demon ho stuck to Linn and held him near to the ground so that they could breathe Ilow do you think he calmed tho boy at lost Sang comic songs to him I Well they hind to keepV where they were for about five hours and then when tho air hind got better the man started oft nnd brought the youngster tlmfely though oncn he Will nearly suffocated by time afterdamp Now theres a case that nobody would leave heard of probably if the lad hadnt happened to have told mo about It As an instance of heroism in this direction that Is known however I recall n story 1 heard near tho bunk of time Hyde pit after the explosion In 1880 You know that the slightest delay in flying for time shaft may mean death Jn the neighborhood of Holton some few years ngo one man out of n party of collleru stopped behind for n mi mute or KO to look for his son n boy of 14 who was working close by The two net but alas they perished there together and were found clasped In each others arms And paternal de notion as thus manifested has post ninny n bravo fellow his life Well on the occasion referred ton man named Haslam brought from the work IngH or met as he wits scurrying alongrto the pit mouth n youth about 10 and throughout the terrible journey lieV stuck to the lad with n most heroic determination Twice the boy stunt bled nnd fell but the noble collier dragged him to his feet and urged him to push on with all speed Other mix hops befell them yet both I rejoice to say gained the surface alive and com paratlvcly wellChums Cnullllotrer There are few more delicious vcgcta k bles than a well grown cauliflower but unfortunately it wants to go off to the mountains with fashionable society when hot weather arrives If Its de sires are not gratified It speedily runs to seed In most parts of the United i States therefore it is a rather scarce i vegetable In the moro northern por + J tlon however very good results may I i1 + ncl by sowing under glass about the time tomatoes arc sown Young plants s set out early In very rich earth will generally 4 do fairly well especially If very early varieties are selected In the warmer regions they can only be had by sowing In September nud then grow ing the plants under frames The beads then come In for use by early ipring It is possible that in some i + southern localities good cauliflower t jould behind wholly outdoors In winter time Medians Monthly dAnotherWhen you went fo Europe thiysuin timer dads ou hove areturn tW4t r V tIi NO But cverjthngtDatehall i Yi iVr w rrex 4 J sv TY ti ritar r r ci I l Much in Little Ii especially true of Hoods Fills for no raedl etae ever contained so great curatlvo power In ao mall space They area whole m- edicineHoods cheat always ready al I ways efficient always sat isfactory prevent a cold or eye cure all liver Ills Pillssick headache jaundice constipation etc c The only Tills to take with Hoods Sar3apar- liia000000000000000000000000c LATE STATE NEWS- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Local option carried in Mercer county by a majority of 088 Judgo Pryor retires soon after in service of 22 years on the nppol late court bench A Mercer county pumpkin weigh ed 00 pounds ami measured 5 fool 8 inches in circumference The little daughter of Bryai Fanuin who lives in Elliott coun ty fell into the fire and was burn od to donUIIM W Johnson an insuranci agent droppod dead at Paint Lick Garrard county Said to have 50 on his life Dr Hubbard Taylor said be ono of the oldost physicians in thii state diet at Winchester recently apod 77 years Koubon Prathur n NichlnH coon ty farmer received fatal injuries by a tree fulling on him that IK was cutting down Tho store of Squiro Jell Hum mond at Caledonia Trigg county was burglarized 100 worth ol readymade clothing being stolon Tho attorneys in the Scott Jack son case have been allowed 80 days in which lu file their plea asking for a rehearing of the case in the court of appeals Several young bloods were sent to jail atllindman for shooting in the town limits One was the son of the jailer and another the son of an exshoritV John Kemhlor of St Matthews Jefferson drowned in four inches of water lie was drunk and fell into a puddle face downward and was unable to move Tho largo sawmill boat belonging to GWDavis of South Point 0 burned at Paintsvillo Mr Davis who was stooping on board the boat was slightly burneelI D L Collins n farmor of Liv ingston county pleaded guilty in the circuit court to breaking into a shanty boat and was given a two years sontenco to the ponitonti ary Joo Robb the young man who recently forged tho indorsement Clarence II Crimm his employer to six checks was arrested at Nashville Tenn and brought back to Lexington A mammoth curl walnut tree was sold on Pino crook by Judge Baker of Hindman for noo Tho purchaser paid 100 to have it holed over the mountains to the railroad at Norton Va Henry Halo jr aged 10 foil in to a kottlo of boiling lard at the homo of his grandfather Thomas Davis near OaktonHickman county Tho flesh was literally cooked and the child soon died When William Miller of Shelby k county returned homo from his r work the other night ho found his yt wife lying dead on the kitchen iifloorand their little baby playing beside the body Heart disease f t Sheriff Gross of Fayotto coun ty has made formal application to Governor Bradley for oxtradi HKonof Arthur W Platt who is i vij Miset iu prod Plat l fy l was formerly at the Lexington sane asylum and killed un inmate thereJohn Seward the alleged dotoc tivo and Win Trustywho figurei in the Pearl Bryan murdor case wero last week given terms in th penitentiary for perjury Tim for mor two years and tho latter one yearThere is a prisoner in tho Padu cah lockup whoso gastronomic ca pacity is something wonderful For breakfast ho eats twentyfour bis cuits seven huge pieces of beef four pint of coffee and a pint of molasses For dinner ho usually consumes a pan of corn bread throe pans of beans and anything else ho finds handy This loath tho Paducah Sun to remark that some day ho will oat tho ball and chain he wears and go free Tho smallest baby on earth con sidoring its ago is tho son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Corman of Jessa mino county The child was born a year ago and at tho present time weighs only one and three quarter pounds Ho enjoys being carried around in a little lunch basket and although tho basket is but four inches long it could accommodate another baby of itt size The baby is not backward in any respect save as to its size It can pronounce several words and can walk alone It is the fun niost cutestlooking little mitt when walking that wits over soon TwlcetWeek CourierJournal Beginning the first of the now year the Weekly CourierJournal of Louisville Ky will he changed to the Twicoawcek CourierJour mil It will bo published Wcdnos day and Saturday mornings Tin paper will ho six pages or twelve pages a weok instead of ten pages weekly as at presort an increase of 832 columns of matter during tho year Tho Wednesday issue will bo devoted exclusively to news und politics while tho Saturday issue will bo strictly a family pa porfillod with stories miscella ny pictures poetry sketches etc Tho politics of tho paper will not be changed und tho battle for pure Democratic principles will ho continued successfully in tho fu ture as in the past In spite of the expense involved in tho im provements noted tho price of tho rvicoawcok CourierJournal will remain tho same one dollar a year with liberal inducements to agents oroM subscribers who solid in now ones A feature during tho coming year will bo tho editorials of Mr Henry Wattorson on political ind outer topics of tho day The Proper Sentiment Governorelect Mount of IncH ina has decided that there shall be no inaugural ball to mark his coming into oflico There will bo no inaugural ball tad there will bo no parade of mow end officers in gay and glittering uniforms I shall require no mil tary escort nut tho attendance of 1 stan I consider superfluous I would personally prefer to take tho oath of office in tho chamber of tho house of representatives iml the only entertainment would avor would bo a public reception ttho governors parlors in tho evening and to have it distinctly undorstood that all tho people be rolcomod there without regard to tation wealth or race It strikes mo that it would be ixcoedingly bad taste to attend this inauguration with pomp and oromouy when tho common peo plo of our state aro struggling for ni livelihood There is a tendency in this day to draw class distinc tions and I frown on any coremo ny or service which could possibly 10 construed as leasing toward whIt some might denominate as tiitoorfttio ostentation 4 I MENEFEE COUNlYI Dai Doings Christmas is coming D B Moorofiold has just returned from Beattyvillo There are some fine young cat tie in this neighborhood The infant child of Ferdinand Lovely died on tho 11th inst Levi Craft has a horse undo treatment at Meredith Manns Our school taught by W W Quicksal closed on tho 10th inst Ho worked faithfully for 5 month and accomplished grand work The people wore well pleased with tho school and regret very much that it is out A West Virginia lumber com pany has recently built a narrov guage railroad and are now run ning daily trains from Salt Lick station on the C 0 to tho mouth of Beaver creek where thou are putting in a largo bandsav mill They are extending the roiu to the head of Colo Oavo crook whoro they have had two stavi mills in operation since tho first of JulyDec 19 Me YaloNasUvlllo Foot Ball Game Tho announcement that tho Yal consolidated foot ball team would play tho Nashville athletic club I1t Nashville on Christmas day huh created a genuine sensation This will ho tilt first time that the great college team has honored tho south with a visit and Nashville is to bo congratulated on securing it Tin N A C has an unbeaten rocor this season and as it is compose of big athletic moo oxporiencct in tho game tho contest promise to be a hard fougt ono Fortyfive thousand people recently witness ed tho big game between Ynlo tutu Princeton on Manhattan fieldand it is predicted that ton to fifteen thousand people will witness the Christmas day game at Nashville Several stands will bo erected around tho field for tho occasion nnd reserved seats will bo placed on sale at once Tho railroad have made a special reduction of ono faro for tho round trip on Christmas day for tho event A prominent feature will be tho society element Fifty private boxes will bo erected und box parties will be a feature It will bo n battle royal botwoon tho best ath lotes of tho oast against tho foot ball giants of the south May the ronnoasooans como off victorious Frankfort Roundabout The Presidential Vote Road this and pnsto it away It is tho sum total of tho popular oto for president For McKinley 7109480 Bryan 0508681 Prohibition 140494 Palmer 132055 Socialist 83942 5815173 cKinlcy over nil 20480- 7McKinloys Vote was 51 of all Bryans vote was W of all Palmers vote was loss than Ike of allNot more than ono in half a low newspapers started got to bo lye years old and most of thorn oso money front tho start In tho nst few days the Cincinnati Daily record tho Ashland Republican Frankfort Daily Capital Bowling arson Journal and several others mvo susponded Tho truth is a urn can lose money in n nowspa por office about as fast as ho cnn in n poker game 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