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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 7, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 haz1897010701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 7, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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a mintitu or so nud then replaced the milk will gradually lose its Hweetmss thus dearly showing Ihat unf1lleld air ran rains something that if permitted to jjeach the milk has the remarkable power of causing souring nail per Lumps other ohungew to blot placu in it Cmv what is in thu nil that possesses such potent intlnunccK titan the keep ing properties of milk Again nn tX periment will best answer this fjucs lieu If II covered and sterilized dish eontaining a layer of nutritive gela tine he exposed to IIIitr air either indoors or in tire open for slIyt minute there will fall upon the surface of the jelly minute particles of dust togcthin1 with extremely minute spores of molds and still more minute living particles lof dilfcrcnt 1 kinds colkctivcly known as bacteria lly covering the dish mold kcpintf ifnt n Kiiituble temperature Here will appear within is hours or less upon the cleat surface of time jelly a number of specks each of which represents a colony of bacteria Ithat has risen by rapid nniltiplicatiou from a tingle germ that originally settled on the jelly when time dish was exposed to jhe air Immediately milk is drawn from the cow it Iis subject to this kind of contamination Jacteria of differ jtnt kinds and the spores of mold are constantly falling upon it and the freshly drawn milk provides an ex rcptionally favorable medium fur tin growth and development of these fun pi organisms Milkl Iis unfortunate ly a ready vehicle for the transmission of germs that give rise to more or less krioufi ailments in consumers of milk yplioid tuberculosis diphtheria mill lcarlet fever may be mentioned ns dan frequentlyJissemhnated the contamiuntion comes from with out hut there are cnsOs where the mill iJIf germladen before it lenses the milk Nand of tli animal Jt is stated on high authority that n large number of milch cows seller from tuberculosis udder nnd it is needless to say tint tucli a state of nlVtiirs iis a ontiiiuous source f danger to tin public health tAN EFFECTIVE DEVICE Now to 1rotrot Water IMpiM Ajilii tl At B tack liy Trust f phpcsinIlsejttn winter through freezing There are deIeeihowuI jfflleaeious in keeping n water pipe from frontthet pillCtI Is e M I IKOTKCTING WATEK IMIMJS pipe1kttfrs1t If the pipe be wound with strips fM putliugthelime water pipe comcs up tiidcr a I till1ingx the whole about with boards from 58irfacc of the ground to the floor Mmtms two sir spaces will be secured to SaTcat security of the water pipe g Tribune biuttercontngoolliltfS iSHMitlals it fails to bring the fi prices epics should be barreled up before I IIg into the lit 4- Y CAUSES OF FAILURE g MU Some rrt Grower ever Maki Thetr KunlncM Vaya CEllen prtSptning thnt tltcorccha i hu bleu properly cultivated pruned and falitoim hlqlt1 first 1 ilacerltisI II common nuistaletoicnvc toolongI andinripto keepi wellI and u large proportion lis Kiioiled by falling to the ground My experlelice says a writer in Nch York I snthell1IgII i ofiI one it was my rule to begin gutficrThg them about the 9th of October but the high Winds of that month maije sjueh havoc with them that lsoon changed the rule Time 20th of Suptciubcris until too soon to begin with slllh81d ids us have attained full size and color allcthe apples upon n tree have not reached pleJhlL14 ouCH to grow filth color up Attention to the details of preparing fruit for murkot always returns a good prolit suit must not he grudged Careful handling and carefulI sorting are of paramount Importance tatty throw tipples into the musket ItS if they Went potatoes 01 squeeze them with thumb niitl linger as Iif they were made of stone nnd so leave murks which spoil their bounty Hound swing handle 1 uskets attached with a wire hook to the rounds of the ladders arc the best HchnlIJlstItl1Iptbut sorting in tint case is buckbreak ing work mindI every rain delays it Some empty them in heaps upon mgt barn floor but in a large orchard this means much labor In carting My1 cus tom has been to empty into barrels II in the orchard head up without ires sure write the name of apple on them end mid store under cover mild Ithen in packing empty them out on n pall youngorh11rdsthe hest plan I know of for the im portant work of lacking can then bo done in a clean dry place without mov lug about with nails mod mallets and another press from one part of the orchard to SORTING THE POTATOES Tlllwrl4IA sorter used Iby a Long Island farm er and originally depleted and de scribed by liitial New Yorker can be made by anybody The frame is of two by four stall bolted together Narrow boards at the sides ns shown in the pit l ire prevent the potatoes from rolling oil The potatoes roll Iowa over 11111I row strips withedges upward fastened perhaps two aches apart The distance apait will depend on theII 1 I I r 1IOMUMADR POTATO 8OKTKU size of the potatoes to be sorted out Narrow strips of leather mv fastened crosswise of these wooden strips nailed at each intersection To cover the nullI heals andl thus prevent them from bruising the potatoes narrow strips of canvas are fastened to the tops of the strips after the leathers are united in place As shown in the cut n log may be hung at the bottom of till sorter to hold the potatoes as they come down The whole thing Is well explained in the picture Heally such u machine should be called a sixer rather thou a sorter for till it does is to separate the earth potatoes from the larger ones TIll wooden strips mud the leather make n series of holes through which tubers of n certain size rapist fall while larger ones roll over This is all there is to a sizes Why should you wear out good flesh nnd blood doing whnt wood and rather will clo FricliiK Ico trriiin Do not draw water from the ice while freezing unless water rises to top of can The can should he only twothirds full of milk as it will raise ouc third while freezing After the milk tins been placed 1 hito the can put the freezer toivtitf ready for onciation mush tin ice and sprinkle coarse salt on It until k prjustaround the can and mid more salt When the freezing Is completed remO the beaters nnd cover the freezer with carpet or woolen cloth and let the Ice cream harden onehalf hour before serving After ftozen heating the cream with a large spoon or wooden paddle will improve it After standing several hours it should be beaten before iI serving nipping a spoon in luke warm water before serving each plats of cream and turn once around will cut u very nice form Philadelphia 1 uuirer EniiI Jr l 2 HOW TO GET UP A aCLUBA-pd ICENTURYI I Secure thollcutllng of the Orratrttof Jour Dollar Mncazlnvt for One DoUarIII JEvcfyltoAy wanta to take The Cen tury during the coming year on account 3fJtsBcrialsCnmpaigulngwlthGrant trrittvn by Grants friend and staff of flea ileum lioraoe Porter and the i 3vel ufrt tbo American revolution ilugb Wynne lice Junker in which Washington is one of the clmrnctors tlc Vutury costs 400 n year anti many people are clubbing together in ijroups of four 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appetite digestion sound sleep and nl1l1ltn1II II Thompson Ksq of P 0 4 Kipple I Blair Co Peuun writes I been troubled with extreme vomiting In Hummer season al ways alter eating to be very careful nt times hadhCt1IeflcctIlioldclIJIIrdlealltrial I usrd about bottles of It thluk It 14 the only medicine that did me good as I have n unlciulld appetite now am not musing lilYlIIoremoreA who is suffering from the evil effects of constipation doesnt feel like work and cant even enjoy his leisurethours Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are u swill safe and permanent constipation7ttmry lire tiny PI1KUI VUiilCU gentlelaxativenever gripe Dishonest druggists try to yon to take a substitute the sale of the added profit eta I a s a e tttl tz ao Important NoticefiT IThe only genuine Bakers Chocolate celebrated for more than a century as a de licious nutritious and fleshforming bever age put up in Blue Wrappers and Yellow Labels Be sure that the Yellow Label and our TradeMark arc on every packageWALTER 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HAZEL GREEN KV THURSDAY Jan 7 189- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS r We are authorized to announce ABA E IlERATT of Exel as a candidate to repre Iuat the Legislative District of Morgan and Wolfe subject to the action of the Demo ratio part- yTAKE YOUR CHOICE 0HERES A GOOD THING The Haxcl Green 1rerdd1 00 ThrlccaWeek World I 002 00 Moth Papers One Year 1 65 HERES ANOTHER The Hazel Green Hernld1 00 Cincinnati Weekly Knqulrer 1 oot 00 Roth Taper One year 1 30 AND STILL ANOTHER The Hazel Green lIerlcJfl 00 LoulivllIeWceklyCominrcUl 1 ooZ 00 JJoth 1uperi One Year 1 23 THIS IS A CORKER The Hazel Green IfcmltJ1 00 IxJtiUvllle Kveninp Poet 3 00trt 00 Ruth Papcw One Year 2 70 YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hazel Green Herald1 00 Toledo Weekly Illnde 1 002 00 Hath 1npcw One Yinr 1 Lj JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel Green HerllI1 00- FWlcta Week ronrrJournal 1 ll 2 00 Iloth Paper Out Year 150 ANOTHER BARGAIN Tho Hazel ireen ilernld1 00 Home it Farm semGmonthly 5OItOB- oth Papersono Year 1 IIP trThlB offer is open to new suburibcr who pay one year In advance and to all old subscribers who pay up arrears and one year III PlhaIlCI Now is the time to subscribe Send for sample copies ailAny publication the United States Hill be furnished in connection with Tilt HKKAII and our nubscrlbers allowed the discount AddrcM THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky aaYaWWa1a lyANTRDSBVKKAI lAITHFIh MEN or women to travel for resI on lble ee tiiblUhcd huuic in Kentucky Salary 6780 payablo I15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose self 111111115 envelopel The National Star Iluilding Chicago 2118 I LACONIC LIVE NEWS WAITKII GIIKKN mnnngor of tho Burglar theatrical company was sandbaggod and robed of 200 in Joxington ono night last week KiANK HICK governorelect of Now York was on Friday inaugu rated at Albany with splendid ceremonies Gov Morton retiring TUB news conies from Washing ton that Senator John Sherman profors to remain n United States senator and will not accept a portfolio ALL THE sheriffs of Kentucky except the ono from Broathitt county have aontthoir remittances to tho state auditor Mr Stono says ho thinks Broathitt countys remittance has beets sent but is delayed on the way Jos lJM iCtLion tho brilliant editor of the St Louis Globe Democrat is supposed to have committed suicido last Thursday night at his home by jumping from a thirdstory window 1 llnoas had dethroned his reason MACRO tho Cuban loader still lives This rows was brought to Key West Fla by the wife of n Cuban officer who has boon nursing the wounded general Sho says ho was only wounded by that arch traitor Dr Zortuoha ONE chnptor in tho celebrated FioldsAdkins murdor caso was finished at Barbourvillo Friday The jury sitting in tho cnso of Joe 4 9l Adkins found him guilty of mur derand fixed his punishment at confinement in the penitentiary f for life Fields will next be tried THE first parado of Salter d Martins Undo Toms Cabin Company with old George Lewis Clark the original George Harris of Harriet Beocher Stowes famous book created a profoundsensation at Frankfort and tbo streets were crowded long before ho came out driving a pony in the parado He rocently joined tho show at Lox ington It HIRAM SHAW tho veteran hatter and furrier of Lexington on Fri day made an assignment for tho benefit of his creditors his liabili ties being placed at 85000 Mr Shaw succeeded to tho business upon tho death of his father Hiram Shaw who established in 1883 at which time tho hat fac tories of Lexington furnished Cin cinnatiwith her supplies in head gear TIn request of tho good citizens and business men generally of Barbourvillo to disband Co Lof tho Bradley Guards located at that place was on Friday last formally complied with by Gov Bradley They got on a big drunk on Christmas dry and behaved in a manner unbecoming soldiers and gentlemen Honco their discharge from the state guard in difgraco jCapt Tinsley Lieut Gibson and 12 privates come under tho ban Liout Whipplo tho investigating offcor says the conduct of those men was tho most outrageous he over hoard of WOLFE COUNTY Campton Currency Chan T Byrd of Lee City was in town Monday attending to some legal business Rev r L West has taken charge of tho Center House which is tho dormitory of the academy Brock Amyx of Daysboro was tho guest of Mr and Mrs S S Combs Saturday and Sunday A groat many pupils from adjoining counties have matriculatedt in the Kentucky Wesleyun acado nly r C Hurst who hits been at tending school at Waddy for some timo lilts been with us through the holidays Lafayette Shull has just return ed from Covington whore ho has boon tho past three weeks serving on tho petit jury in the United States court Miss Stella Bivons of Coving ton daughter of llov Richard hiv eiiH formerly pastor of tho M E church of this place is hero visiting her many friends S lIt Hurst jr hits closed his public school in Broathitt county and como homo Ho is tho saute goninl gallant and versatile Stun tho prince of good fellows Mrs Benj Sowoll Miss orilda Sowoll and Taylor Sowell of the hoonovisiting friends and relatives in and around Crmpton the t past weeks At county court Monday John R Hobbs resigned his ollicu as jailer and Isaac Combs his deputy who has had charge of tho jail for sometime was appointed to fill tho vacancy Mr Hobbs has moved to his farm on Devils creek and re tiros to private lifo with tho cnnft donoo and esteem of all tho people with whom ho has had to do either in an official or private way Tho academy building at this place is completed nUll has been turnedrovor by G T Center tho I contractor to tho building com mittee Sitting OB au ominencoI overlooking the town it a thing of beauty and to the people not only of Campton but all Eastern Kentucky wo trust it may prove IlL joy forever If its future is as prolific as its present in promising its founders will see their most san guino hopes realized It stands ere a monument to him who originated the scheme and who has labored so earnestly and faithfully to execute itRevl L Wrist All the indictments made at the last term of Wolfe circuit court were stolen from the circuit clerks office in tho courthouse about two weeks ago Tho burglar went in at a window and broke open tho desk in which Mr Vansant the clerk kept the indictments It was a cunning pioco of villainy and showed considerable tact in the art of burglary as the clerk had taker all tho precaution possible in the way of fastening the window shut ters and locking tho desk to make the indictments and other records of the ofiice secure Ho thinks ho has a clew to the offenders and ho will spare neither timo nor money in his efforts to have them punish ed commensurate with tho crime committed The good people of Wolfe county will stand by him Jan 5 RAMHLKU- Tollver Topics Mrs Willio McClannhan is ill with the fuvor Joe Catron killed 100 ft no tur keys for the market B M Mannin made a flying trip to Stillwater last Thursday Wm Clark is rebulding his store that was destroyed by fire recent- lyJ James Oldfield of Grassy was tho guest of W A Oldfield over SundayElder T D Hunter of Rowan county will begin u mooting at Sandfield on Saturday the nth Everybody invited With success to TIIK HKIIAMI now Bryan in 1900 Uncle Sam al ways and wishing nil a happy now year wo aro the same Jan 5 SmxKit- Gillmoro Gleanings lames Lindon lost his fine saddle mare on the 1st by colic Charley Pratt who has been seriously ill for some time wo are glad to state is getting bettor Elder Tom Robbins preached here last Sunday and made a good impression on tho minds of the peopleChristmas passed ofT quietly and peaceably in this vicinity The young folks enjoyed themselves by having socials in tho neighborhood Married Doc 81t 1SJaat lthe homo of tho brides father C W Pratt Miss Mollio Pratt to liar land Little II II Littlo officiating Long may they live tend prosper and their troubles be only littlo onusTan fiel II UKMUS Dintl on December 25 1800 at his homo near Torrent Wolfe county Ky Edward Bowman of pneumonia aged GO years In hi+ death wo all feel that we have lost one of our best citizens He was n loving and aflectionuto luiNbnnd kind and indulgent parent His life was one of kindness and consideration not only for those around him but nil who stood in need in word nod deed The latchstring was always out to friend or stranger lies death wo trust iis his gain Rut none can take the place of Ned Bowman in the hearts of his friend which was fully attested by tho constant attention of his beloved wife and those dear friends who followed him to his grave Ho was a member of the Pino Hill Baptist church for tae past IS years His funeral was preached by his pastor Ira Vtlls this being the seventh time ho painful grant this may bo the last for some time May God temper the wind to the dear disconsolate widow nail aqcd mother and tho poor afflicted children and other friends REV IUA WBLLS THE HERALDFOR ALL PRINTING KINDS a We are I BADLY OVERSTOCKED tIn The Mild and S 1 Warm is the Lii 200booffvyth Every Department iil Extreme Weather Winter Cause iNOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES This is the chance of your life I I to buy Honest Values at Hon I est Prices This is no Fake Sale but i genuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUGTIONSIJ Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 75c OurBest Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c Best line of Overcoats in tne OIly I BBS Lll6 Of UISlBrS iQ tlB BltQ A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADINC CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY Wn Uu u ROSEcrkDAVISOPHACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WAGONSIPntrol1lZ01IomeIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEII employ only skilled labor every man bdne au artist in his specialty your work iis respectfully solicited m m wcosaannu e ar = Jtt1 JIIkBtmjtt litlT i LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL GREEN KY H F PIEEATT Proprietor CBIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of tennis for Commer cml Travelers Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of the public respectfully solicited II F PIER ATT tBJt1NESStl ltJtilalJg TtlESOUTH91sItrlrlaLI4 J A5 uzr IIJ RECOMMENDED BY THE LEADING BUSINESS MEN or THE COUNTRY MENTION ttR8rY WANrrp imJo V jOllHAlIkEE ll1rlJOl ffktlJlt l Jt r 1 r rr w u i k tar t t i iBHERALD tJ It null Green HearsaysHappenings o H C Quicksall made a flying visit to his parents near Ezol Sunday Will Edwards of Laurel on Monday moved to Powoll county whom ho will mako his future homeMr Amos representing Ford Ensten Co Cincinnati was a guest of tho Day Housn Monday night N L Ware of this place left Saturday on a business trip to East Tennessee and may bo absent ten days or two weeks Dr John A Tnulboo was on Monday culled to Jackson to see Thos Hogg of that place who is reported as dangerously ill The mail between Torrent and this place failed to make connee tion at Campion on Monday and in consequonco newspapers were i very scarce John S Adams of Anna Ma jjgofnn county gave us a pleasant nnd remunerative call last Mon day11ould that about 200 more of our subscribers would do the JBamo thing Jde Ifrnzior who was bookkonpjj- jer for J T Day since last fall j home tinge on Thursday Inst left for his homo at Winchester much to the regret of his many friends tat this place Robert J McLin of this place as at Torrent this week settling up some business mutters Upon his return ho and his funnily will go to housekeeping in the John M Rose property I John M Rose and fllmilnro now occupying the McGuiro resi dence to which they moved Saturday Mr Iloso has not yet de tided just whore he will locate to engage in business t Ada Cecil daughter of Oscar Cecilof Morgan county bed a hemorrhage of the noso on Sunday lad bled for two and a half hours Before tho flow couid bo stopped She was some bettor on Tuesday I t i morningDr Fallen a native of druggistindper Texas is horo visiting rein probi61y homerhof Monroe Chambersl son of Squire Chambers of Still water was accidentally killed on tho II N 1 B railroad near Irvine on Fri y tho first inst His remains Uro shipped home on Saturday tod buried on Sunday iIW II DoRusk returned from hoadtingprotractedI pwts it a big success there being conversionsLLit Os McKonzio and a jury on Monti as to the sanity of Uncle Tim ijckoll u thin rcsidoncu on Grassy has adjudged lunatic and or tyjd to tho Eastern asylum at Lex Inn His son Dr Andy S Nick ltof this place left with him on TOdnesday morning accompanied JSBiiiml douhlojointjig gihus moved to tho Wash Kd H s place a fow miles west of tjl Green where bo and his- SYj nro living with his father Ira Wolls for the present Qn is building a house nearby S will in all probability upon re to handle produce etc 1t a i dRtedJanto last night tfiat James 1eItty obI of the best known and most promi nent farmers of Wolfe cotitttyhId boon beaten to death at o church entertainment at Sulphur Springs Tho courier who brought the ntjfo said it was reported that tho criMe was an unprovoked one iftr Polfry is is said went to tho church at Sulphur Springs and spoko to ftJJ crowd of gentlemen who wortt standing jjust outside tho door Ho thou turned to walk in the church door but was struck on tho head by an unknown man After Pelfry was knocked down ho j WitS struck several times in tho face with a largo stone or brass knucks as a weapon When Polfry j was picked up ho was dying and J livedonly a few minutes His as sailant escaped and had not bOlnI captured up to last night It is I not known whether there was nnyI grudgo between tho men that caused the killing Polfry was a highly esteemed farmer and was oxcoroner of this county His relatives willask Gov Bradley to issue a reward sulHcient to effect tho capture and return to tho officers of the mur derorIAmong our largo list of sub scribers thero can scarcely be found 0110 who duos not boast that ho is a debtpaying moan and yotthis seems paradoxical when tthese samo men refuse to pay their subscrip tions Only a fow weeks since wo published an account of a revival mooting at which all but one ot the congregation arose when the minister asked all who paid their debts to stand up Time remaining ono jumped to his feet when tho minister asked those who did not pay to stand up and remarked that he did not pay his debts be cause tho rest of the congregation had not paid him their subscrip tions Practice what you preach i From a private letter received from Miss Minnie Day now visit ing Miss Laura Ilawlings of Cov ington we learn that sue iis llnvlilg a fine tulle and willI stait for 1101110II this week She will stopell C bnihiann and Lexington and spend several days visiting rela tives nUll friends in Montgomery before her return home which will i be sonic time this month n 0 Tho following invite was sons out to tho young people and somo of tho older ones too of ltmol Green and all who attended report having hud a good time tl t I 1if II invited II li 15 present My Homo this eve ut 530 n New Year SOCJII- 1Lillilln Kvnna e Charley Swango and his Nash vii lo team played a gamo of foot ball at Pensacola Florida on Monday a game at Savanah Gn on Tuesday evening and another at Montgomery Ala on yesterday evening His team also played at Now Orleans on Saturday last the result being 10 to S in favor of the Nashville team Win H Cords topics for ser mons on next Sunday morning and evening are Tho Groat Commission and Christian Stead fastnoss Tho audiences at both services last Lords dnyrro good tho hbuso being nearly filled at tho evening service Hon John P Salyor and Isaac Roso Esqr of West Liberty wore gno lsof the Day House Tuesday night From what THE HERALD caught it looks as if they are linere to induce John 11 Roso to tako up his residence and abide with th pooplo of West Liberty ta rrrw rer t E GLISH I CHEN12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at all hours 110 a m ton p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fishand Chicken a Specialty ri LUWAW Pzp ie Academy Notes Many new matriculates nro expected next Monday G C Williams writes that he can not bo here for a few days Tho enrollment on Monday was tho best over made upon that tiny There are ton more boardors at the Homo than at the saute time last year Prof H II Holloy returned from his home in Scott county last Sunday Tho boarders who woro horo be fore tho holidays havb all returned save ono Joel Frazor of Winches I terTho program for daily recitations I was arranged moro easily than ever before Every teacher has n special line of work Win H DoBusk after assisting in a very successful series of meot at White Oak luring tho holidays canto in Monday forenoon I J S Adams and J P Salyer oftt MagoHin county woro visitors at tho homo tho iirst of tho week They came with some young men who wore enrolledl on Monday On the night of tho 2llh inst the first debate of tho year will ho H hold J 0 Kash C 13 Lodford Henry Vard null It H Nickoll j tol1theI hibited S lahash BlI1fordI Mann in B F Ferguson nod Taulbee will deny Tho other de rl bates will bo as follows i On Fob IItheII zuelan disputo in behalf of Vono i Ii zuolu On March 10 The United States ought to recognize tho ini dcpendonco of Cuba On April II JO This government will fall an other governments have fullonlt Qn May 7 There should bo gov r I ernmental control of alll railroads l telograhs und telephones In all of thosedebates there will lie fourI participants on either side and every speaker will bo limited to 11 fteen m inn IPS Lastt year the debates worn an interesting and I profitable feature of tho society work This years bid fair to oxcol lust AlIIJmn U ANTKDSKV HUAL 1 lA 1TII FKL MI KX i or women to travel for rcs oiiNillu tH tiiblishcd house In 1Kentucky Salary jjO payable 15 weekly and oxpctiFps 1osltion poriiiancnt lleferiiice IKnuloM neltmlilriKS wtlrnvvlopc The National Stnr IIluUding Chicago SMS Born to tho wifo of Dob lug gins colored Saturday lust a boy j also on Monday last to tho wife of Campbell Raisor colored of Daysboro a boy they lives have boon saved by tho timely use of Dr Bells Pino Tar honey11len a cold creeps upon you or a cough racks your lungs no remedy is no prompt or I effectual Can bo given to chil dron with perfect safety and is I sure to product beneficial results The bible class at tho Christian tI church is making a systematic and I thorough study of Acts of Aposl ties It is proposed to study the book within five months Win II Cord hits boon chosen as preacher for tho Christian church thu ensuing year TH lED MOTHERS find help Moods Suisupaiilln which gives them pure blood a jroad appetite and new null needed STRENGTH ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons who owe the estate of P Me lIreoulIt1mUlltduo Junuury11807 and unless paid at once will be placed In the hands of an nflicer for collection This U no ncarcornw it will bo ateonce JOHN il Hazel Green Jan 0 1897 Adnir t a Breakfast from Dinner from iAiiSa tlailii i iMT r I 1fO DIIIUlc1 ztIge11DVnto11v O School The OheapQet and Beet School in Eastern Kentucky 1IIRogulnr Graduating Course and Vocal Music 2 n full lute of A 500 DruwingShortbnnll Bookkeeping Commercial Law Teachers Normal and Training Bible Course and Bible Talks Keeps tI t 5 to 9 am and I is tho host opportunity in tho mountains to obtain1r education a small cost Catalogue and particulars Wai H CORD l vlneXva J M HAVENS r PRACTICALlID mJewelerm PIand Watchmaker rm1 1 JewelrytI IlJjRopalrlng Fine Wntohos Specialty and Gold Byootaolos a Fine see ns We can save you big money 1ll U- I = = A = =orer = rr t L J A unnnu LOOK MOTHERS A RARE TREAT FOR YOU ALL Boys Surf tom Extra Pair of Pants for AND wn PAY IO PRCSS IIARfPS TO POUR mnnr ttCMEMBBR you buy dlrecfromon oftheUr1f t WholculcOloihinI l i Mjnuiitturcri lInmtrUi I I and by so 1olnK nu t 1 O at The above mentJoneJ 0 7 1 Hoyi Sampson Suit CUffJ City and Olive llrovn lit liicf front 11 JO ye 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DUlIDjNGJjfm tctI EOSENBUEaER IROOFINO UNwm5 1 at 1 1 Rt4emt 1rsNrf Cebct oP1I feWiyatijJMAKtr1tp1 Z P I I r G 1iII I = Qa + t h THE HERALDn SILENCER COOPER PublUnet IVHAZEL GREEN r KY KA1WVAY SPEED t TI IIS tl nmlterwliiHi i rciiin ni inum r alalI iil iiiUr t tills 4titntiifi irf lailriCMii JperH When tin cironj- hI uur a 1M lath of fU lanir iiMioHi i il the vent her r uStS to hrI worthy oo flfr thou tin IUUMII mind iwtnnillv IrIti latoK Jnti tiu channel marked W I fast speeding of rallwad Iwitand rival claims are iiiMili concerning grva awiftnuss uiul this rowlii Sworn lir mid that one is eniMiommd It IfI IIa In teresting study this omTif rnilmndK- pcedfc till mutt iillterCMlng WllWM VOil run mctiUlte upon Itlii tliii tiMirftyiftf the leadiiiginimi wltnntl the utftt city ue I dill tired about in lasttfavH Int day conch like a heriMlI 01 corn on i tint griddle A few dovs itro 1111 II II IWIII1I1I1 WMW wade ofl fUl ejnviallyI fnni eau Uv u rain on ti Itiotign line thf l irmc wr ing lojjy mill in ir minnic Illi record win elaiiiwd for thin p rfoiiii ince lint though the time jtJ Mfcfc I luit the forefathers of the ivpntiiiu looking abend would nine thought shut Hodchub muni hen contributor to Mich peed mill it iw tint Ithe rwird Thai in liild by n train which eirrtd liiv I iould along tin1 Northwestern lailroud mum tin years ago In April tall the cclchrntiid ntttgiialo was whirled our the rail of hit rued mentionedt am rate if In one Instance 7tit miles tin hour The distance from Chnlnniu In in fhloago Ifll miles was node In I7 I minutes mill tilt particular Htroieh r- S1 miles from IJiKox III to ticncvn tans made in four minute which gild I lie figuring of 7 isilt mllf iMfMT III lndrilto The now claimant fur fsu t time iipnoni will IMIVK to make iimt her ny before It eiui lituil down Iflu flag il11 rcimtdhy the lustItritcrra lii 111111Iii trainVhejiever Ithe Milij i t of niilrual speed lup for eoiinkJerntlnii thud of pivd ctoHiM oflViH There it5 a LIlt w hieh reliiti to IMm lyle of nor of ri Lt Iduln liMidH wlilihoeciirHto niliidiii tlinI moiiient Ierlipn it tuny nut IH entiruly iiW to She ivader for it hi ben told about the Vnndalln roiiml hoiin in ILast Stt llcllll torn tear MMIIIV yenih and mnv powxlbly Imve iriinMril beyondI till eonlinen of tlmt eilillii It relates to liniinle Lyle who lielny Set up from a nwituh oujflne In the Conlo iio yards wits sent out on tli road liiuiliinr freljcht from Tern Haute to Vontue anti thiMiy lnif Ivnuk lot morr One day aveordinir to tliU tnull tin Lyle was on tilt way hoi ICiiNt St IIOIl to KlliiiKhamI with a light enirine not oven the eiiHtoinnry enboow being apart of Ills rdinplciiniit 11111 titter leavttiff till outer yard at Venice awitcli It thnndiMiitorm row The Ihl lilss llnnlicil in hitit turd whlln from IIlur h1nrsnlt III rearward hot UN IhryYrrr Ill IInl n oni of the slorm Lyle did not apprHionl ivll ISnl suddenly n fearful chip Ir thunder mHiudini iltnoct imtidi tin1 TKN MINUTKH AlTKIt 8HVUNI tub hu looked bauk lull to his horror caw a white and blue spot on the right roll llnahliitfmd limning In its progress toward the locomotive He underHtood ut once A thunder bolt hind collided with the null anti Willi t headed toward ills mnehiuuuiul within r n few 1110 m II tit would Htrlko It with the result that there would be no moru 11 jrlue No 107 and no more engineer and- flrlIIttlnIht1ewa0111yW11whytOlA lt the horrible dlwtstvr tie puiln the throttle stick out null willi a bound like an antelope maidenlyI Ktartled tw old 1117 leaped forward anti down rht- Hhlllhllf parallel of rails toward Collln ville nine inUe away After a mo ment Jiminie turned lain looked Icielc wnrd The streak of lightning still i burning an nnhenlhy blue Mild white wan after them and Keemed to Ill deter mined upon acquiring thnii hcfort r they reached the ntntlon Hut he noted that while the engine anti thin lightning were both employing every rangy the latter WitS not gaining lie breathed u sigh of relief and directed the Iromtui Roy 1prter to keep hlN back humped Is the ncesli of pouring In co- al4firriwrtl they plunged thud time Ql- drollitbandI MtfV rocked In a scaslcky tco A yo Jsx It f wnybu oeitlt IIltjrlillH isn irrt1mft longuhlillivi i rellrllirt1 tal iInriptnq Ilrrntsmlihmmie- ii1Ih1 itard 16 Make n fraction of jn inolt nmre opening rcnin for vlciin ti tfjl JitoJ JH1 jliIV1 rllllI tidy anti aarv t11f3itNtafc ii hoidatl had 4iJoat1 M Tit 1 httll HKimry tin him and I WliJtO tttl nriiw ttjis ilnuvlng a hirer lie llioii iii iinm tin1 disrupt i that apt tl rc t1i1ItIhti honld I mrrifI1II told i ril Ht1i r I jjtIIIIIOflu11tt41IJII h tl- rtlkvil to make n decent funeitil ii ni- litosnllrctIiIs1ifuinrmnuciipnttI 1 Oner- fitm he toward nail Ihs hnrri1le hall t M luwrir Jnjnir Tluti1 a depcruio iwViKhi 1it tft frt RfjiirIV r r lie Iki cw that nluMit HieMuitehofthnI iicc MiiiiMtillon tntCM fit tlieCnlliiisvillci Kiiiiiuii Iny mil t herr iYtts Isis hope itttiI1Itl ittb 1II Itll1tllrillltsirulu tY 1illIiI hurt Ihe 1I1Iclt yet esenpe fr1It tlirltlytltiubaver the coal to tin iVwfof thin ifiiilri there the extra lush and JMII mil driiwlincs unit rail flimlteit iIh1 rut live liMUHc of Ill IIiklinl teie iliiNKilinl CnivfilllIybut hioilijI AiWtitfJTfh iiialijrialI ha IfMlMeflilfiiiUUwi ifclfftjAirwaiii which windit tell linn I thin I111 ollinsx IlleyiiplI I Wit at hiiinl uililriily there it eame i the right of tlicrulNs l xtiind ironnd the htinri I iwie Know lidpr f tint road and the i 1tal he iuirMI thin dm vhnr tilled ur iIncuI + i of Iha tutik It xtrneU I i ter- II TIIK hlh IIU7 IKAIISD KOUWArtlII i ground Iwlwccn the rails nil jumped anal thumped along this grncliy auk II Tlen at iiiHt it gain to theI Joo itch ami i pint idtMiilnlly it canghl In thu rail ends IlIHt that it formed a direct connection I with tin lidctnickI A moment Inter and limmle around the curve to east I wttid heard the sound of a fearfnl ov pilon behind him nnd he knew It wit nil over lie stopped the engine tail not until she hud riiHhed past 1111111 donee and to 1ornionn and then buck lay up to ollinsvillo found that sin j thou in a vast uproar caused by the fact thai theI lightning having run in upon one of thisI rails had struck a car of I gliuil bhiHllng powder Intended for the cn fournt1milt i I pnper lodgment1 nnd had performed well itM duty sidetracking blue death AM II Hiiid Ihsystill talk of Jimmiu llycn race with lightning loan on the west ilhNion- Spoeil win tince ilomoiiKlriiid on a uckttMii road in a lashion to curl the I IItillIf III leet IIIIC utd hIIIOII hI + hup I R1chhreliunnsun lIhIIIIIIlIIIIIIIII epiii and gut1 lilT tine train a iinelly OH In eonld He had ImllwhacUeil ttcrnsN I tin plains in Itheeariy NauvoiMlayx and range to hty hurl never ridden on a laliiond II IIi II imlll till Ilion when he II htired upon tubs hIp front 1tvstr liner- toI San IYanoiKeo The speed wits there fore a revelation to hint He hall neve before seen anything xo swift and he itiNsinirud About 1 mileH before reach lug Ogilen he tiNked the eondiietor fur the time of day and was told that II wi iItohiiipressedthustinteveryurealily Now fmlI wonder tin western eon neet Ion al Ogden Will qnlekly nniile and after tilt lapse of lint a felt minute the San rrancihcolonnd travelers ass on their wiy Cnliforniaward Ogdivi hush been left behind Rut a fuwjniiesanlI till truths was whoopingI i along at a Of hlndtinii1 tote of pied when the Mid blMhop frightened and trembling ilarelh ti ask the comluelor what was the time of day If you have traveled westward you know that at OgiJun the time uhangow- and San 4raneisco lime tutu hour ear lier Is adopted The couduelur hall Stun Franeine time and ho said Jt Is 7JO ten initiates after seven b 1Jh old bishop previously haunted by n dread of Impending destruction he- eaiiKo of the horrible rnte of speed at which he was being whirled through specs ruse with a wild ors tuna mnde for the door Lemme olT ho ericil It was rminutes after seven an hour ago an uiirc gout so fust we are gout fasten than tiino eau vuiint itself Lcmmc iltlluel they really h cn going as fast at Ilh old man had believed he would snro 1 ly have boon beaten tn bits an hu jiiniM t from the train AH it wax hu was only tolled homethlng like a halt tulle andI wax carried back to Ogdcu on a hand ear Chicago Itccord I Tneltatus wits the horse ofhmperoi Callgultt and WIIH mule priest mid coat Kula Ithad nn ivory nmnger unit drunk wine out of u golden hall j1 1 0 LEGISLATION NEEDED A Thorough Test 6f thn Itevcnuu taking rower Hhuuld nIl GI vrll Secretary Carlisle discovery that revenue legislation is absolutely MOOCH ary to put the national lira iiees In oundI eoiilitlon is rattier belated Throughout the lest session of con gress when Ixtnds WTre being sold to the prodigious profit of millionaire bankers for the maintenance of a gold reserve which wsis sjistematieally dw ploted to provide funds for the current evpcnses of government the secretary stoutly Minified that no ileiicit lit the revenue txlsted nor need any bo feared llev John Tasppr has not more pertina ciously preached his theory the sun do move than did Secretary Carlisle proclaim the solvency of the treasury despite its apparent bankruptcy In the face of this record the seerelnryV admission now that additional interim revenue taxes will lie neoesxtry to pro vide for the expenses of the govern meat Iis tantamount to admission of ystomatio misrepresentation by him in the past Seemingly it was a mistaken1 Idea that to admit the failure of the Wilson bill wonjd be a form of putrtylisloyalty which actuated Carlisle in his extraor dinary course The condition of the treasury was so patent to all that his repeated denials of any Inck of money were received with general incredulity at till time and tine now made ridicu lous by his tardy confession If ascents probable tits administration feared the politicaleffeetofI tiny supple mentary tariff legislation it wits sin ijnlarly ill ndvised Nothing in thn course of the past four years did morn to develop that great sane within till democratic party which thrust out Cleveland hula Carlisle than the repealed bond issues which the policy of inac Lion compelled It is not probable HintI Mrt Carlisle Rtiggestion only for providing more rev Ill nr by layingi more taxes on tea and other artieles of general consumption will be heeded An expiring congress iU little apt to take up bunions which can bo left to its snccesMir That the iiw administration and theI new ltugres recently chosen cannot at once take charge of the government is unfor tunate The specie of interregnum which follows every presidential elec tion is invariably hurtful to business When Ithe rata congress shall assem hilt particularly if MoKinloy should summon it immediately upon his i ii figuration it will bo tin1 put of Ipa triotism for democrats to refrain from merely factions opK stion to revenue measures Suggestion has heed made that the silver senators repeat this ex plan of last winter and defeat any tar iff measure which is not accompanied by a silver hill Public sentiment would infallibly condemn such a course The republican party having gained complete control of the government in ntitird to put its policy which in this year is definitely high protection aurt troll monometallism to the test If it mccecds In reestablishing prosperity through its administration theVitatc it will merit and receive the gratitude of the citiens without distinction of party If it fails the people will turn elsewhere for leaders Meanwhile it should be the Ipo1tryof those in house or senate who may disagree with till ma jority to online their opposition to thus usual parliamentary forms disregard ing wholly those df vices which only impede instead of directing legislation The verdict of November J should be giver its fullest effect N V Journal VoteiH 11u 1turr Imilcd The Pennsylvania coal miners who helped to roll up the iM0001 majority for MoKinloy miss now kicking them selves for believing the stories told thorn by their bosses that prosperity would follow his election The opera tors of western Pennsylvania have de clued to shut down the mines for two mouths this winter as they claim tutu markets lire overstocked The min ors claim however that the reason for the shut down is to compel consumer to fay higher priers for coal They say n shut down of two months will be a terrible hardship to them as they have been working irregularly for months at a rate that gave them a bare subsistence The suspension ir general will make 0000 nun idle Wakeworkers may learn cuter awhil to tape no stock in the preelection statements of the political spellbinders and bosses whose loud professions of friendship before an election tee like pie crust made to be broken Illinois State itcglstcr Tint Congrritft lotnir Out TIll short session of time Fiftyfourth do nothing congress IK almost upon us In a few days tint bicameral holy will meet iu Washington to close up its affairs mud it is expected that it will equal the achievement of its first session in tap except the mutter of appro priations which is grateful work In the republican congressional mind It is not expected that tJio Uingley bill will pass the senate where it wits left when congress adjourned last summer It is to be noted too that good republicans arc opposed to its enactment and it is presidentcontinue its do nothing policy during the approaching session and thereby senile credit for those slims of commis sloe that republican congresses are deservedly charged with nt Vlngbumton N V Leader hIlCoij i y THE CUNNING CUCKOOS Mow trio tlthtnUre WorkliiR th Tropic There have been big bluffs made in tlie game of poker and the game of politics since these two methods de vised for the entertainment of man kind had their first Inning nut the hugest Muff ever attempted is the one Drover Cleveland has been trying of late to play on the American people He tins given it out colts and his cuckoos ore rowing it from the housetops that the trusts must and shall Jmibystwl n This isi almost as logical as was the deadbeat who after ho had been thrown into the street yelled out to the barroom bouncer Come out here Sodbing yon and Ill throw you out Cleveland and his cuckoo army hay hug metaphorically fought bled amid tiled to assist the trusts to entrench themselves in every branch of the na tional government now mount the breastworks and shout to tin country Wore gong to annihilate these Mc Klnley fellows juit as soon as they give up their guns and let us do it Our own domesticated I littlei cuckoo Daviei Francis was guilty of as absurd n declaration an the one just suggested in tint letter he wrote to the two pronged sound money banqueters who locally and hofatcronsry glorified over the Cleveland and McKinley victory a few nights ago He warned tot 15 or 10 members of the Voutieklemeandriltiokloyou society present on the occasion thit there was yet n grave danger nht ad of the country in tilt vast aggregations of wealth in the hands IIrlcombina lions known as triHts What II funny little twoforncent each His Corpu lency Cleveland little Mr1 Francis is to I le sure How gullible they boh must think the American people IKvrii their own deluded followers whosej votes achieved the triumph fur the trusts in the election of Jicliinlcytill1 hardly he fooled by such a transparant bunco glide as tiltythe trying to raps Uiem into If the trusts cur to lie busted Cleveland Francis it Co an1 ndt the persons who rna bo trusted to do the Rusting Servants who leave the fastenings undone so that burglar may enter and loot the house will scarcely do to commission as tthieftakers The democratic party is the sworn foe of the trusts It can crush then with ease when thin father of them all tilt sustainor and feeder of them Illtill gold rllstis deprived of its power to levy its legalized blackmail upon all the others anil through then upon the people It is the devil lishi in till nesan of our commerce and Mrl Cleveland and Isis trust hustitig warriors are doing nil they eau to prevent its depredations front being interfered with As the finances of the country are now ad justed the gold irtist occupies Itin phice of the king in feudal times the mann facnring and other trust being ilic no hiiity while the people whoomln ce the trading carrying amiI producing classes are in the position of the vassals who pay ttribute to both llavnig turned the lungs into the peo ples corn Cleveland curd his Hessians cur swearing that the weevils have been destroying the crops and declares doughtily his determination to destroy iery lust Oil of the vermin if he has to take a sledgehammer to do it with Some of the people of thso lnitid States need gumption powerful bad as Inclo Jerry Itusk used to say hilt none of them ors such fools as to be lieve any such flubdub as the exsheriff of Krio county and his cuckoos are try hag to stuff down the throats of tilt public KnnsiM City Times NOTES AND COMMENTS Mark llanna as Tniled States senator would be a great aid to himself in a business way Ituffalo Times Thu negro vote elected McKinley but the cabinet positions rice all bespoke The negroes will be put oil with spit toon eletlning jobs Illinois State Uogistor If llanna is made secrctarv of the treasury will any intelligent Ameri can need a diagram to understand the meaning of the policy he stands rOIX Y World It will bo strange indeed if Ohio does not get a cabinet portfolio DM tint llanna furnish time funds bras venor the figures and Forakcr tin silence Dayton Times isThe1 I litbinlrnychcenpeople wealth can bo created Atlanta Con stitution andllannaupon extra ses sion is not in correct form llanna has decided onc1leJlnlepublic Wall street will not object to n western man for secretary of the trees ury provided hu Is of the Cnr1lFle caliber Western men of that sort eau have their financial views remodeled without a I1stnmount yJournalThe enormously wealthy sugar trust which epjoya the lolI ndifferentialI hccnullcItii uui 01 employ meat for coldweatherthebuinesamen out of employiuentStt Louis PostDispatch y GetHost for your money and save needle expet tea now It is true economy to build up w- nfeHoods s s t Sarsaparilla The nest=lnjact the One True Hlood Purifier Hoods Pills ICUllI 1Hail Xo Ortutlnn to fn It Thero was recently u piblic salof jie effects of a deceased artist who though he never hind any money and was always at the end of his resource managed to accumnlate u considerable amount of brie nbrae chiefly for tOe in his trade All those things were sold for the benefit of Ithe needy widow Among the items on the published eat alogue was the following eloquent one One money bov decorated quite un used JJicKsThP Bible says Wbosoevnr will be chief Jiinoti you let him be your s r vant Wleks Ht iis evident front that j that our timid knows lieu place perfoiry Boston Trauserhpt I lalllll 1Vluwsses There RIO knaves now and then mot with who represent curtain local bittern awl poisonous stimuli as identical with or pos sessing properties ukin to those of Hostel lers Stomach Hitters Jhcso scamps onlyfsucceed lu foisting their trashy compounds upon pcoplo unuiiiuulnlcd with the wilno article which U as much their opposite a i tiny is to night Ask ami lake no sabs tntu t1 for the grand remedy for malaria d1 t11ip sla Constipation rheumatism lilt kulmy i trouble i Dorron Now what slid your father and mother dlo off Applicant sot Iifc In I Bunnico Well sir 1 cant say as I11XiI My remember hut it wasnt anything serious Dont Tohurro Spit nnd Sninko Your Ilfi wu1l If you want to quit tobacco using e H iv and forever bo made well strong inaaiiic fi full of now lifo and vigor alto NnToliac tho wonderworker that makes vcal taco strong Jinn v gain ten pounds in ten dot s Over 400000 cured Buy NoToBnc irmit your own ch uggist who will ftunrautao I cure Booklet and namplo mulled five Ad Sterling Homcdy Co Chicago orJIcw Yiik XVinii man is growing life isI In doriise nnd iTiidlus rook us nearer to tllo tonb Yoag OIINTII trcHlmcat St Jacobs Oil so Mus Neuralgia and euros it It fades uwax No sit AiIiVslrl is over felt thodofi v ofltnisungo MI much as the grateful i ni1 ton Foil Vhnophig CniUh 1isos din is IIstiecesRul ronieav M P Iilaln0 iIJi Ave itrooklyn Y Nov1401 JolovoI u CnrTfiiM and cruel pains from 5 tLlFrom tit lucobs Oil the euro of It No MAN can climb higher than b tn auritiotii Gladness ComesA7ith a better understanding of till physIcnlllLJ forts gentle efforts plcusantcfTorts rightly directed There is comfort iin the knowledje that so ninny forms ot sickness arc not due to any actual dis case hut simply to a constipated condii tlon of time system which till pleasant promptlyremedy with millionRof families mull is everywhere esteemed so highly lit1 all who value good health Its beneficial effects are due to the filet that it is Ilhi one remedy which promotes intirmil cleanliness without dcbilitatinir Clio organs on which it acts It is then foro all Important in order to get its bom llcial effects to note when you pur chase that you have the genuine rrtj cle which is manufactured bv tho alt forma Fig Syrup Co only and roll lIy druggistsIf of good health and the system is regular laxatives or other remedies ore then not needed If II afflicted with any actual disease one may be commended to tho most slcillfmil f physicians but if in tired of a laxative one should have the best and with litiwell itiornred everywhere Syrupits ifusedIf you ever want to sellor exchange your tlbet the name on the front is ESTEY J prtoatotpaly lx tk 4 f I 1 CJfiLKSTiAL WORLD Dr Talmago Throws Now Lfghton an i + Oft Disputec Point0 Tile DotnB of Theca Wlm llnvit lone nile furn Tlmlr Life n Ciiiitluuntlua of- TLIrThu4 Height of trcnti r litri lecllonMnkfK mho Clirlitlwn Soul Iluutcelakl t for IlcAvin y r rnfit Talmagetsernwu glea a ery unusual view of this celestial world ti anti is one of tutu most unique ills rCOllr s of the great preacher Tho t text was Iuoklelt I Sow it came to pass in the thirtieth year iu the fourth t jnontli in the fifth day of the inotfth f us T was among tug captives by the of Chobar that thu heavens were 1 1Iher iII with others had been ex patriated and while in foreign slay crytells standing on the hunks of the royal cimnl which lie and other serfs hrid been comleinned to dig by the or der of Nebuchadnezzar this royal canal in tho text culled the Kiver of Cliebar thu illustrious exile had vis ions of Heaven Indeed it is utmost always so that the brightest visions of Heaven come not to those who are on mountaintop of prosperity hilt to some John on desolate Iatmos or to some 1anl in Mmnertlno dungeon or to sonic Kzcklcl standing on the banks of a ditch ho had been i compelled to dig yea to the weary to the heart broken to those whom sor row huts banished The text is very particular to give us the exact time of ths vision I twas in the thirtieth year and in the fourth month sad in youtyou I never for gut You remember the year you remember the month you remem I ber 1 lie duty you remember the hour L 111ty may we not have seine such vision now and it bu in the twelfth month and in the sixth day of the tmunthtquestion is often silently asked Ii though perhaps never audibly pro 1pounded What are our departed Theyi I p you might perhaps suppose Though there has come no recent intelligence from the heavenly city soul wo seem dependent upon the story of IS eentur s icy ago still 1 think we nutty from strongest inference decide what art the present occupations of our transferred kinsfolk After God has made a nu I atore ho never eradicates the chief characteristic of its temperament You never knew a man phlegmatic in tent perament to become sanguine in tent perament You never new a man san guine in temperament to heroine phleg matic in temperament IConversion plants new principles in the soul but Paul and John arc just us dillerent froth each other after conversion as they were different front each other before conversion If conversion does not eradicate thin prominent character iistics of temperament neither will t death eradicate them Paul and John are as dillerent from each other in leaven as theyvirt different from eich other in Asia MinorI You have then only by a sum in sub traction and a Mill in addition to do elite what are the employments your Ii departed friends in thin better world You are to subtract trout them all earthly grossness and add till earthly a goodness laid then you are to come to the conclusion that they tire doing now k ill I lira ven what in their best moment tin y did here on earth The rca I son why so many people1 never start for Heaven is bectuiso i they could not stand it if they got there if it should turn out to be the peoplerJd church but we would not like to stay hcn till next summer We like to hems the Hallelujah Chorus but we would f not want to hear it all tine time for W greatMsitnblo to year a crown of gold weighting several pounds but it would be an af fliction to wear such a crown forever I In other words wo run the descriptions of heaven into the ground while we make that which was intended as especial and celebrativo to ho thin ex clusive employment in heaven You I might as well if asked to describe the habits of American society describe a Decoration dayof a Fourth of 1 lilyI or an autumnal Thanksgiving iii though it were all the time that way- II nm nut going to speculate in regard to the future world but I must by in evitable laws of inference and deduc lion and common sense conclude that in Heaven wo will bo just as different frown each other as we err now differ ent and hence that there will be at least as many different employments in the celestial world as there are em ployments here Chris is to bo the great love the great joy the grout rap- lure the great worship of leaven but will that abolish employments No more than love on earth paternal lllial fraternal conjugal love abol ishes earthly occupation In the first place I remark that all those of our departed Christian friends who on earth found great joy in the fine arts uro now indulging their t tastes in tho sane direction On earth they had their greatest pleasures amid pictures and statuary and In the study of the laws of light and shade and per spective Have you any idea that that affluence of faculty at death collapsed and perished Why so when there is more for them to look at and they have keener Appreciation of the r 1 ib 7n v w r amldthl+ thnI nunImt j tngs are woTcn Aro you beenusethl11 tho sculptor his chisel and the engraver his knife that therefore that taste lfyIngenthelobltteratody o thesofrtuI intperfccbrain thohavelarger circumferenceThCjurc limitations ter restrial studio Raphael could 5m proycnpon his masterpiece Michael the seullhimlIndmastllPIICCnowthatgelo could t as111ugntcnt 1 and Maid the rumbling battering rants of its thunder Exquisite colorInert graceful lines here powerful chi aroscuro here hut I am per j suuncd that the grander studiosII tutu the brighter galleriis are luighc- tip by the winding marble stairs o the sepuicer tutu that Turner tea1 llohnun Hunt and Kembrant andd Titan and Paul Veronese if they ex ercised saving faith in the Christ whom they hence portrayed upon the canvas strengthfuealty of hand has forgotten ib cunningI hut tho spirit has faculties as far superior to four lingers and a thumb as the super natural is superior to the human The reason that Cod took away thcllyo and I 111jmightJehlmore morn nut tiplant Do not therefore be mehi choly among the tapestries and the brie tabrnc nod the embroideries mid the water colors tutu the worlof art which your departed friends used to admire Do not say I am so sorry tIihugsIlathtemI l1J1tO higher artistic opportunity and appreciation Our friends who found so much joy in the tine arts on earth are now luxuriating in Louvres cud Luxembourg celectial 1 remark again that all our depart ed Christian friends who in this world were passionately fond of music mire still regaling that taste in the world celestial The Uible says so much about the mlslof Heaven that It can not all be figurative Why mill this talk about hallelujahs and choirs on the glass timid trumpets mint harps and oratories andergtuis the ISiblo over tutu over again speaks of thin songs of Heaven IIf Heaven had no songs of its own a vast number of those on earth would have burn taken up by the earthly emi grants Surely the Christian at death does not lost his memory Then there must he millions of souls in Heaven who know Oruuntiflnarid Antioch and Mount Iisgah and Old Hun fired The leader of tho eternal or chest rut need only taco tap his baton and nil Heaven will be ready for the hallelujah If Heaven should ever get out of music Thomas Hastings and Lowell Mason tutu liradbury would start up a Inutulredold magnificent chorals Hut what with the new sung that John mentions timid the various doxologies alluded to mind the importa lion of sublunarharmonies a Christian fond of musicdy ing ill have an abundance of regalement What though the voice bo gone in death what though tutu ear be fallen in dissolu tion urn you therefore to conclude that the spirit will have no power to stake or catch sweet sounds Can not till soul sing How often we compli ment some exquisite singing by saying There was so much soul in her music In Heaven it will bo all soul until the holy after awhile conies up in the resurrection nun then there will be an additional Heaven Can not the soul linear If it can hour then It can hear music Do nut therefore let it bo in your household when some member leaves for Heaven as it is in some households that you closo tho piano and unstring the harp for two years because tho lingers that used to playou theta are still You must remember that they have better instruments of music where they arc You ask me Do they have real harps mutt real trump ets nod real organs I do riot know Sumo wiseacres soy positively there are no such things In Heaven 1 do not know but I should not bo sur prised if God who mantle all tho moun tains mad till tho hills and all tho forests and all tho trines of the earth and all the growths of the universe I should not bo surprised if Ho could if ho had a mind to make u few harps and trumpets and organs band old Haydn sick maul worn out was car ried for tho last tune into tho music hall there he heard his oratorio of the Creation History says that as the orchestra came to that fam outs passage ret theca bo light tho whole audience rose and cheered and Haydn waved his hand toward Heaven and said It comes from there Overwhelmed with his own music he was carried out in UU chair and as lie camo to the door ho spread his hand toward tho orchestra as in benediction Ilnydn was right when ho waved his hanetI toward Heaven and said lilt comes from there Music was born In Heaven and it will ever have the highest tlirbno in Heaven and I Y v If T want you to understand thatearde parted friends who were passionately fond of music here are now at Ute headquar ers of harmony I think that the grand old church tunes that died when your grandiathers diedl have gone with them to Heaven Whoa those tunes died they did dot 8tlYon earth and they would not have beenI banished to perdition and so 1 think they must bo in the corridors of ala baster nail Lebanon cedar Again I remark that thoso of our de parted Christian friends who in this world had very strong military spirit are now in armies celestial mid out inI bloodless battle There aro hundredsI of people born soldiers They ran not help it whey belong to regiments in time of peace They can not hear a drum or fife without trying to keepI step to tho music They are Chris tau and when thug light they fight on the right side Now when these out Christian friends who haul natural ami powerful military spirit en tend Heaven t they entered tho celestial nrniyT The door of Heaven scarcely opens hilt you hunt a mill tary demonstration David cried out + TIll chariots of Jod url 20000 Klishu saw the mountains filled with 1711ftare 111111 d J whetdon snllIpnsuheavenly campaign they volunteered right away Ihero must needs be in heaven soldiers with u soldierly spirit There are grand parade days when the king reviews the troops There must be tinned escort sent out to bring up from earth to heaven those IolllillcrolsjIlllro main battles bloodless1 groanless painless Angels of evil to be fought down and fought out Other rebel lions worlds to bo conquered Worlds to be put to the torch Worlds to be saved11urids to be demolished I Worlds to bo sunk Worlds to lr hoisted Icsldos Ithatt I IOur own world there are battles for the right and against the wrong where we must haw the heavenly military That is what keeps UK Christian reformers so buoyant So few good men against so many hud then so few churches against so mummy grogshops so ninny pure printing presses against so many polluted printing presses and yet we are buoy ant tutu courageous bucause while we know that tine tummies of evil in tine world are larger in number than tint unity of truth there art celestial coy ports in the air fighting on our side I have not so much faith in the army on time ground as I have in the army in the tilt 0 Cod open our eyes that we may see them The military spirits that went up from earth to join the military spirits before the throne Joshua and Caleb and Gideon and David and Samson and tint hundreds of Christian war riots who on earth fought with fleshly unit until nuts having gone up on high are conning down the hills of Heaven ready to light among thu invisibles Our departed Christian friends who had the military spirit in them sancti licd mire in tine celestial army Wheth er belonging to the artillery or tho cavalry or the infantry I know nut I only know that they have started out for heat service and courageous service and everlasting service Perhaps they may come this way to fight on our side and drive sin and meanness mud Satan from nil our hearts Yonder tinny aro coming Did you liana them as they swept by- 1jiut what are our mathematical friends to do in the next world They foundI their joy mid delight in mathe loathes There was more poetry to them in 1 Euclid than in John Milton1 They wore as passionately fond of mathematics as Plato who wrote over his door let no onto enter hero who is not acquainted with geometry What art they doing now Iy mire busy with figures yet No place in nil the universe like Heaven for figures Num hers infinite distances infinite calculations infinite If they want them arithmetics tutu al gebras mid geometries timid trigo uomqlrics for nil eternity What fields of space to bo surveyed What magnitudes to measure What diameters what circumferences what triangles rptHtern ions what epicycloids what parallelograms what conic sections The didactic Dr Dick said that ho really thought tint the redeemed in Heaven spent somo of their tuna with the higher branches of mathematics So of our transferred and transported metaphysicians What arc they doing now Studying the human mind only under better circumstances then they used to study it They used to study the mind sheathed in the dull human body Now tho spirit unsheathed now they tins studying tho sword outside time scabbard have you any doubt about what Sir William Hamil ton is doing in Heaven or what Jona than Edwards is doing in Heaven or the multitudes on cath who hind a passion for metaphysics sanctified liy tutus grace of God No difficulty in guessing Metaphysics glorious meta physics ocrlasting metaphysics What arc our departed Christian friends who arc explorers doing now lExploring yet but with lightning lo comotion with vision microscopic and telescopic at the aume time A conti neat ate glance A world in a second A planetary system in n day Christian John Franklin no more in dis I t aVJed Brb pHklag tewrtl tk JCortk Pole Christian Do Long no more trying to free blockaded Jeanette iron the ice Christian lilvlngston BO more amid African malaria trying jo taaka revelation of a dark continent but all ot them in tho twinkling of an eye iu j unapproachableAfoot The coral depths ofthe ocean explored without a diving bell ITlio mountains unbarred and opo e4 ylthont Sob Humphrey Davys safety lnmp What are our departed friends who found their chief joy in study doing now Studying yet but Instead of a few thousand volumes on a few shelves openbeforeconchologic botanic astronomic philosophic No more need of jars or voltaic piles or electric hn teries standing as they do face to Ihcu with the filets of the universe What are the historians doing now Studying history yet but not tho history of a fuss centuries of our planet only but the history of tho eternities wholb milleniuniH before Xcnophon or Herodotus or Muses or Adam burn History of one world Ilistpr 1of nil worlds What aro our de ported aslrotWmrrsd0ingytuyhnJnst- ronouty yet but nut through the dull1 Ions of earthly observatory but with one stroke of wing going right out t Jupiter and Mars mid Mercury mid Saturn and Orion and time Pleiades overtaking and passing tho swiftest comet in their flight llerschol died a Christian Have you any doubt about what llerschelI Iis- doing l Isaac Newton died n Christian Have you any doubt about what Isaac Nonton is doing + Joseph Henry died a Christina Have you tiny doubt about what Joseph henryis doing They wore in discussion nil those astronomers of earth about what the aurora borealis wasi timid none of them could guess They know now they have beon out them to see for themselves WIDOW QUITE PHILOSOPHICAL IaHlorN Cinlolcinc on MIT lluitliiiul Ditutli Vcr Grarloitnly iIunmlfilitil A North side Lutheran pnxtor recent I ly assigned o a fashionable congrega tion is wondering whether hereafter It will be polity for him to offer con doltMiceN when young matrons of his Hock loxe their liuxhnnds or forever ilieop his PCIIII He is very much per turbid overall incident which occurred suite recently stays UK Chicago Chron it Some time last Hummer timid before he lied been assigned to this jmrUtMihir church tIll invalid himlmnd of one of his prominent church members went to thus fur went in tile hope tlmtii cliango of climate might restore him to health Dot limn rim milled ulinoHjihere of mho inouiitiiins iiifttcml of benefiting the invalid who was ti consumptive rather hastened the progrms of this dlscasc and within a very few weeks ho died Lust weeli tine young widow returned What more natural thou that tin liarson should offer hits sympathies to mho 1Nn v11Cd cute You have my iiiccrcst sympathy he Mild to the young woman lint after till you hav this consolation that the dear one I is now past all nuffcrlng nod probably munch happier You art too Kind parhoumiHWcrcd tit young Widow Indeed he lusted much longer tliiui I thought he would I expected lie would go much sooner It WJI8 II hopehruse Such a philosophic vlewI of the emil rather stm1 led tutu good nun It canto so unexHeUdly thug It lift him noth ing more to soy mid he hal us hasty a retreat UK he could EYELASHES MADE TO ORDER SliiKtiUr Plan of Oprriillon Adopted by it ChlriiKO lIulrilriHNiT- In n fashionahlo halrdirsfdng parlor on one of the downtown sheets one rends the sign 1 ISyehiHlim mndo to order I do not Juiow Unit there anything IMirticulurly novel about it said tho blord young woman wIlD was ashed for in formation We have untie this sort of work for months And have you mummy patron In that I lineNot KO nnnylax we havn in the other branch of our busimiis tine removal of hair cut wrinkles by means of electric ity but still wo hose KOIIIC And then she explained the process of limiting artificial cychudiR An ex ceedingly tlellcuto little instrument in used II consists of a needle operated through a spring by menus of the finger At one end of tine needle a halt IB inserted When tin operator Is ready to work on the person she takes tho eyelid between two fiugcru of tho left hand The needle is then thrust into the fleshy part of tho eyelid tut close to the rye as posxiblu mid the tiny hairs lire actually sewed on Eyelashes tins iiianufiicturrd are warranted to lost two weeks without repairsI Of course the process hurts the patient but what woman will not willingly submit to suffering to retain her beauty and leer powers to charm I Ax effort is being inudo In Great IJrltain to taste 812500 for IJ L Moo dys schoof for boys in Mt Herman Mass Among those who are solicit hug subscriptions are Lord Khtuaird Lord Overtoun and Sir George Wit limns Mow than thirty members of tul Chicago bar are Ncgroo A 1 Ma i w t 0- t J T 11 LAt4 ErfrH ua1Aatra ao1p OR IJle XTldeptkjr Itottovm llttieNtrrwinltl AN rr- MoroiNowhere 0 Tatg i 1 Ile Owjrfltfttib taUtht VepiiblM soil retponte be lead f tJa LloUtotbe iattllhjeai culvtfW itt-M I man Nowhere caR purer water a more genial climate or aommer Wc bo found to bless contented home M TKcso words were spoUeiof AUrbamft by her enthusiaHtlQgevernOT JowipuJ1 Johnston In his re cntiisaHgKWJJKiI drcse and due not living tli re ilaptrcd to believe it all when that and iplV lowsaovJohnstonnshecmtmcrateethtresources With an urea of but little more than 00000 square miles says Mr John ton there is no territory of like aiM thebvariety resources were a erected around our state cnttlrig pit nil access we could produce within our borders everything necessary for the comfort or convenience of man Great veins of iron ore and seams of coal put at our command almost boundless re l SplenYready to build homes for tunilllonsof peo pie Building stone nut marble tire 1clay kaolin mid limo exist In great abundance walnut maple oak char tlioohand of man for nmnufncturo or thu adornment of own homos In tho production of pig Iron wo take rank as tho fourth state In the union in iron ore third in coal wo strain firth In thu production of cot ton fourth and in its manufacture 1 fourth In lumber we are nenr the head of the list It would he unjust should 1 full to Include in our minerals copper lend Ktaphitc marl and gold Indeed tho only mineral that we scorn to bo with out nUll to want most IK silver Leaving forest curd mine anti coming to our fields we find that they product generously cotton corn wheat rye outs tobacco vice und the grasses tumid hero is the homo of the pear the poach tine grape and nth small fruits Vege tables are grown with great success mid this industry is steadily develop 1 lug Our splendid rivers the Alabama Cossu Tullapoosa Warrior Oahnha IJigbco and tine Tennessee are the liquid arteries of tho common wealth foul by Innumerable creeks all fruitful iu pow er to convert our raw products into articles of merchandise Over 300i miles of railroads tray verso our state front north to south and east to west furnishing quick transportation to market for our products When wo como to our climate we find tint tine Givor of nil good things lens not stayed Ills hand and Ithat Ha has blessed UH with opportunity to la bor 12 mouths In tho year without dot riment to health or comfort Indeed we can scarcely appreciate the bless ings wo enjoy in this respect when compared with less favored regions for oven now we are seemingly unconsoloun that roses sire blooming In our gardens and tho frngrnnt air iIs sweet with their perfume Tine Piedmont region of our state shows tent Its average thermometer In summer mind winter corresponds almost exactly wit littthatt of Ilerlln mid Hamburg whilst Mobile and tine lower part of tho r state correspond largely with tho cli JUn toot KrankfortontheMnlnI anti CarlMtuhe The average temperature fur tho wholo state shows about 40 de green Fahrenheit for January 75 for July mind h 50 degrees for April and Oc t tober OurHtrcamsnboumUnfiHbourwoodH are fragrant with flowers and our beautiful seaport supplies nrv abundance of fish and oysters for nil our people Nowhere In rill time republic can more prolific response ho had from the soil to the intelligent cultivation of man Nowhere can purer water a more genial climate or sunnier skies bo found to bless contented homes Of course all of this was not said wit h out n direct object and continuing he pointed the way In which his dream of n great commonwealth could be rc alized This for citizens of the state both actual and prospective We wonder If tho Home or similar wise things might not ho unit of many another state highly favored by natural re sources and dormant wealth of our great union This Is the ago of industrial de velopment nod to that task the legisla tor mid citizen should bend their ener gins and weary not in well doing Whennwe consider that we nro now cultivating and utilizing less than one tlmird of these resources and that the other two thirds produce taxes only it hchoorcn us to invite to our borders and give gen crows welcome to men and money to aid In awakening these dormant re sourcesuOur pig Iron should be melted and r our cotton spun and woven at borne thus giving greater employment la her and establishing homo markets for our agricultural products The production of grasses mina thn raising of cattle should be ritlmulfltifti until we become one of time great beef raising states of this union There seems to bo no good reason why our productive lands should not become a great center for the manu fuel lire of beet sugar and by Itsexiportatlon to sister stated and further store to nn Inoresaiaglncomef caHnlnir 1- e tnbllbmentsbQIlltu nI ffzuiteanal j vegetables tkitTBdwtoo ttea fpta m farms I tste y h r J11f1 + i Y Q R if 1p ltr 1 0- tT tf J I r 1 III Itr 1s y- T IJ 1 Ill J Easy to Takec I i asy to Operate III Are features peculiar to hoods nils tab la itlse UutefeM tlkleRt thorough As one j reT Hoods 8II j MM M You BCT r know you have taken a pill tllllIt Is all over 25c C L Hood b Co 17oprietots Lowell Dlass I PillsIThe OBlyI pills to take with Hoods Sanapcrf1U 2O ooooOOoOooooooooocoooooL1TE 8 j At Vaddy a Mormon older was refused a place to preach I j Thocounty clerk of Kenton coun ty iissued 670 marriage licenses during the past year Mrs M S Matthews of Barren county sold 100 dozen eggs during the month of December George Bradley of Madisonville has a brass pin which has been in j his family over 100 years 1 It is reported that a panther hasI boon soon in the neighborhood of j Edolton Madison coun tII J Joseph Mackey a colored Repub lican is an applicant for the postI mastership at RichmondII IIugh Rodman a leading young attorney of Frankfort was found i doad in his bed the other morning j Elijah Hughes a veteran of the late war was found frozen to death at Mayavillo during the recent cold spellThe I idiots ward at tho Jefferson dostroYCdlbyI saved Irts38CX Mrs Nettie Tillman aged 80 was burned to death in Christian county by her clothes catching fire from nn opon grate Milligan Flaming n young man of Oxford Scott county was hold up in tho yard of tho Christian church at that place and rubbed of a pistol and flt in money Judges in the state will lleraftr- got their regular fuel of 2 per CUrie I Tho court of appeals decided toI this effect in tho contention lhe tweon Judge Thompson of Rich mond and Auditor Stone The eonato and house halls nlI Frankfort have been newly carpet ed and renovated This in taken indication ofas a Bomiofllcwl preparation for an approaching f xtra Mission of tho legislature A twoyearold son of Clarence Crutcher of Louisa WitH standing before a grate with a paper bag to his mouth which ho was inflating whoa it caught fire and ho inhaled tho flares from tho effects of which ho died in grout ngony Oscar Mitchell a negro working in u tobacco factory at Owonnboro got his clothing caught on tho main shaft and was whirled around HO rapidly that ho could not bo soon After making 2f revolutions ho was thrown to ono twin almost untiroly denuded and unhurt Lexington is now in possession of n woman barbor Her namo is Sarah Jane Jones and she comes front Leo county Although aha opened her shop only a short timo HIDCO her business has increased to such an extent that sho in look ing for woman harbor assistants A bouncing baby was loft on tho doorstop of tho residonco of S L Ashloy of Lancaster recently It was well dressed and near by it was n bundle of good clothing The only mark of identity was in B noto pinned to tho clothing which road Baby Carl born Doc 5 Tho editor of tho CampbollBvill Journal is easily satisfied Road what ho says You cant imagine tow jlild I WO tho other day whoa w U received a present of a pair of corduroy breeches If somebody will now give me a coat and vest and hat and a pair of shoes and some socks I will try to quit think I about that darned old poor ling that has been in my minds eye ever since McKinley end gold topI cf Scott Jackson is expected to visit Frankfort within a short timo She has not asked for an interview with Gov Bradley but it is preII sumed of course that she will come with this intention Mrs Jackson it iis understood will be introduced in Frankfort by letters J from some of her church friends in Covington to certain members 1 of the Methodiatchurch who will entertain her while in FrankfortII Dennis ONeil a wealthy dairy man of Lexington died recently His body was taken to the Catholic cemetery for interment He was interred and the mourners de parted Then it dawned upon the J sexton that he had made a mistake in the location of the grave In j steadof putting OXeil in his own lot he was placed in a lot ten f tjj away It was necessary that a newII grave bo made and a permit secured to exhume the body This was done and now OXeil rests in the proper portion of the cem torsWANTEDSEVERAL j FAITHFITL MEN or women to travel for responsible es j fftbllthed home in Kentucky Salary Sill payable ill weekly and expnoes Ponition permanent Iefrrence Enclose selfaddress ed envelope The National Star Building Chicaso 2313 Wonderful are the cures by Hoods Sarsaparilla and yet It Is only because I us the one true blood purifier it makes purr rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills for the liver and bowels act easily yet promptly 2oc Bullet Proof Paducah has a negro whose head must bo made of some material akin to cast iron The News says Late yesterday afternoon Rufo Hronson colored drove down below the J C incline to dump a lead of trash in tho river About tho same timo Capt Nowt Roberts the wellknown steamboat man repaired to tho bottoms on tho north side to try a now Win chester of thirtyoightcalibro Just an Capt Roberts drew a head on a stalk of ironwood and pulled the trigger Rufo moved into range from behind a gravel bank about 275 feet away There was a crack from tho rifle and an exclamation from Rufo Tho heavy ball had hit him on the forehead somewhat above tho oyes with all tho force of a heavy chargoof powder The negro did not oven fall down Ho wiped his brow with an old hand kerchief and drove on toward tthe rivor hunk This morning ho told a News reporter about it Yessir somothin hit mo in dor haid and don I hoard a gun go oil At fus1 I thought n horuot had stung mo It folt Ikinder that way Did you fall down Rule Nuw sir hut do bullet sorter pushed my haid over tor ono side but dot list all DiS mornin my laid kinder ached a betel but Iso boon workiu nil day My haids poolod a little bit and skinned up but not null tor hurt Easy to Take Easy to Oporato You will find a truo friend in Hoods Pills When you take thorn you will not bo disagreeably reminded of tho fact by griping and agonizing pains Toy contain none of tho drastic drugs formerly so extensively employed Every ingredient used in Hoods Pills ia selected with caro They will break up a cold provost the grip and are especially valuable to rogulnto tho liver They euro sick headache and indigestion Pay up YOUR subscription gy I A MQXQJUr COUVTT Kaytevm MlMflw Marion Jones has sold his town property to a Mr Sampson of Ma goffin county and we will soon have a Sampson among us See Mrs Rebecca Ritchie has rented her house on Main street to J M Henry Mr H is in the store with V W Swango and Mrs Ritchie I has moved to her farm near town Misses Livvie and Leah Ring gold of Cornwall were visiting Miss Lillian Patrick and her sister Mrs Swango last week and on Friday night Mrs Swango gave the young people a nice social in honor of the Misses Ringgold They left for their home Saturday morning and Madam Rumor says that R A DayCos clerk was absent two days without leave Please find enclosed cash for HERALD and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer for 12 months to R Oldfield Pomeroyton Ky Uncle Reese as he is familiarly called HEnI he could not do well without it We are sorry to say his good wife is on the sick list this week but hope she will soon be herselfagain Maytown lodge No 050 F d A M held its annual election on Do comber 20 the day before St Johns day and tho following officers were elected and installed for the ensuing year A B Landrum W Lj 0 W McNabb S W Fielden Cox J W II B Little treasurer J L Thomas secretary jj- R A Day it T j H S Stump er chaplain J T Sexton S D H A Mannin J D Our young people had quito a timo at our Christmas tree andl Sunday school exhibition TheI tree was loaded down with presents worth from 8 down to a nickel I would like to speak at length on some of tho pieces recited but foam we could not do justico About 15 recitations wore rendered and nine prizes ranging in value from 25c toll were awardod The temper anco lectures by Misses Nannie Day and Lillian Patrick deserve sIocial mention Wo can almost soo al most 50 years in tho future some old man stand up and say Awns back in 1807 at Martown when I was a 101 hoard two temperance lectures that caused mo to stop think and say I will touch not + taste not nnd hnndlo not tho un clean thing and I cherish tho memory of those young ladies Jan 5 WismK83 Consolation Chat K G Gillnspic visited the homo of D A Vhitttkor- William Barker and Hiram Ha uoy are having a hot limo election coring Rev Dr Gordon will pronch n Consolation Saturday evening nn Sunday morning W II Rlnnknnship visited rely Lives und friends in Montgomery and Hath counties this week Rov South n colored prenchor exorcised moro faith than n grnin of mustard seed last week Ho set a firo out and it wont for tho fonce- on I nil sides when ho called for help but nono came Ho foil to tho ground and saidoh Lord everybody has forsaken mo and by tho timo tho prayer was ondod tho fire was out- MENEPEE COUNTY Triable Bend Tremors A fow moro lines to Tin HER ALDPar Miller has a very sick child Christmas passed off quiet in this soctionI Benson Day is very low with tho rover near Mariba W C Catron has the addition to his storo house about completed p x I I t There will be prayer meeting at Trimble Bend school house every Wednesday night Our little town of Mariba is a stand offthree Democrats ond three Republicans Our county court convenes at Frenchburg today and will try a number of roadcases Dr Lockhard from near Mt Sterling passed through here yesterday en route to Ezel Mrs Smith has been very sick but is some better at this writing Hope she will be up soon D Boon Trimble has been down with la grippe for S or 10 days We are glad to note that he is up andstirring around Thomas Trimble son of D S says he is getting along fine at school at Paris 111 This makes two terms for tho young man and he says ho is going to have an edu cation before he stops Miss Annie Northcutt and Doc Frisby were married Christmas evo near Mariba I understand they had a good time and every thing went off well We wish thorn much joy through this lone some world D Boon Trimble received a letter from Joe Cornett Fairgrnnge Ill in which ho says times are I harder since the election than was over known before Farmers have been paying 20 to 22 per month and say that under a single gold standard they can not afford to pay over 12 to 14 per monthI Jan 4 DASII To Cure Cold In One Day Take Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablets I All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure 25c I Stop l Tha-tI The quickest and surest wily IK to take Dr HellH IlnoTnrtHoney A Ktinranlrnl cough rom edy wholly unlIke nil others better acts directly on tho IIIIICOIIK inein brnne hurls the lungs and rrnplni tory organs and Invigorates tho fl 4 whole system I DR BELLS i I PineonTav I Honey i I contains the concontrntcd heallni I virtues of old und tried inciUclnalagenUi CAirilCKTIl lIy n new crocAt all dfoiilKor fat POD byt1aria r IVltik Kj t A ftDr 2Ti1 1 yr 11 mEy- 5000 TURKEYS 111ill pny 5A conts por pound for poundspaying highest PoultryEggs Bring mo your Turkeys Poultry and Produce and receive the high est Cash Price C B MILLER ROTHWELL KY HB MAUPIN REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS a Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO THE HERALDIS ADVERTISINGMEDIUM KY c wiltOnestof Baj WINCHESTER KY f K H WmiERSPOON President v KD HUNTER CaWtr r Paid OOOOOppSurplus This flank solicits the menchants r mea Kentuckyand adthej oflegitimate TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MX STERLING KY 0CAPITAL 200000 SURPLUS 30000I o J M niGSTAFF President 0 L PreldelltW 0We respectfully solicit the business ofats chants farmers traders and business lilt igenerally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give nitchance to scndou bank book YOurchecksnetdW I DINGFELDER WI- TlrJjI1DobinsoLJortonC9d 1 Importers and Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NOB 537 539 and 541 rVe8t Main Street LOUISVILLE KY TABLERS I BUCK EYE It CURES NO A SURE and known for IS BEST SOLD BY ALT lnpul tyIIrnA D Ltigtit in Sure Well send logue and Uu you send ua 15 IdeaPILEpays part and keps off Its a Dicv11 Full of nc m ncr where jtivaanJri it ooo prott only Gt it- MONTGOMERY iiiBi6 AIMhlgan FAT tier l Ie lcllll rhnilclan of 20 fraNNnba l rrrtClsnrdetlUllnn I o Marring wrlnklcn or e I pnves g ncrai health and t MclaiiB ami mictctr ladles PATIENTS lIlllconnjontliliT Jonr DR SNYDER Or JIfI I WantedAn I westtDWritefey WMblDIrCun II U tot their aittt JIU Otre god bst Or ttnnAtd tnrectioiu ante A FLOYD BYRD Campton K- yATTOBXEYATLAW atAbstracts of title furnished collec tivns made and prompt returns guaranteed DayMtA HOWARD STAMPER ATTORNEYATLAW- CAMPTON 1 KYtWill practice in the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties All buslneHs entrusted to ou care will receive prompt attention u 1ASar BYRD ATTORNEYATLAWCAMPTON ICY J3r Collcctions n hjeclalty COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY J B IIOLLON PnopniCTOR The patronage of the traveling public ii respectfully solicited Tnhll the best and every attention to the comfort of guests W J SEITZ WITnW COT- OBBEEBIN Hardware Atrlcultwcal tar i ItsmONT1N o