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I f j s r I ttiF 7 i i S J ir- d rF + t rJ 1 c t iri EL O EEN HERALDo Established March 4 1886 oT UJ x OReUrCOOPER Owner and Editor t tII jplNOCR asot IbT World With New nre All Nntlnr LeY Nt at at Hoek N 1 NA YEAS Always M AOIvMtttl fi lijj TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL i j 10 GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 14 1897 NUMBER 42b lidiitoii and Eastern Railwa- yS I Trtla ia Effect April 1 llllS WEST BOUN No 6 STATIONS DallYIDally ex fexlDltGa l0 00 aro 4 35 proton 9 31 Im S 55 pm WinchesterJ 9 10 am 2 25 pro- Fs1rle 8 54 am 2 00 pm Indira Flde 8 37 am 110pm CI1 City 8 19 lUll 11 40 am- aaatoa 8 10 am I1 20 am Fllaoa 7 65 am 10 48 am Dundee 7 431un 10 17 nm NatDrldge 7 38 am 10 07 am Torteat 7 24 un 035 um- ltaUTe Jc 7 03 am 8 25 aro- ThreeFk1C 6 53 am 800 am Mho 6 32 am 7 18 am EtkatWL 6 08 am 6 30 am Jsekson 6 00 aro f1 10 am EAST BOUND No6 STATIONS I No2 Dally ex Daily SundRY lixlngton It 2 20 pm 0 30 am ATOB 247pm 708am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am FtlrlltM 3 21 pm 8 54 aro Indian Fldi 3 37 pm 1 24 am 8is 1mrtoa4 5 Fjhon 4 18 pm 12 41 pm Dwdee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Kit Bridge 4 37 pm 1 26 pm pmBNltyveThreeFka C 5 26 pm 3 25 pm pmElkatawaElkiUwaJickion M I G 20 pm 5 20 pm Now 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C 0 Talon depot at Lexington All freight rile arrive and depart from Netherland JD LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT JeD Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 800 u 800 000 Ir u 1000 700 i u 2000 1500 u 10000 7500 DIAMOND RINGS r 750 and upward FOOD VALUES j AT t 1000 and upward r Farm Clocks at DOc and upward fine Clocks at 350 and upward t A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Glib at proportionately low pritcs RED J HEINTZ I1 135 E MAIN STREET hf P 0 LEXINGTON KY I IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY t WORMSWHITES VERMIFUCEI FOR 20 YEARS Has tod all WORM Remedies ERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED DRVOGIST8aVlKwtRnm Dtphysician and Surgeon 1 HAZEL GREEN KY i Surgery and obstetrics Especially riT COLVIN WITH BLE BROTHERSTr Resale Grocers k STERLING KY 1t MRS HENRY WIELDS A REGULAR DAMASCUS BLADE DISSECTING WITH RARE SKILL THE SHAM CLAIMS OF THE GOLD BUG PRESS AND THE AMERICAN SHYLOCKS A Splendid Kxpuoltlon of the Shallow Claims Made For the fluid Sinn dAnl And Of the Mhery Wrought fly It This is tho most tragic New Years day that ever dawned upon the American people No one dare predict what the future holds Old Hard Times has laid his iron hand on a once prosperous people and hope has well nigh died out in the hearts of tho struggling millions The election of Mr McKinley has settled nothing nor can his administration bring any relief through any policy the Republic ans propose Those familiar with the history of our country are hound to admit that we are now suffering from tho severest financial depression of the centuryNothing is plainer than the fact that our financial calamity is duo to the scarcity of money in tho hands of tho mnssosITho hard times of other pe riods produced social distress but tho single gold standard which has thrust its fangs into the heart of labor has brought upon us so cial de8titutionIWe have always hadn labor struggle but this is a labor crisis In this dire extremity a strange fact is before UB While thousands are shoeless the factories are filled withshoes While tho people are without broad the warehouses are filled with wheat While the laboring classes are in rags tho shelves of the mer chant are crowded withclothing While thousands ore tramping the highways and sleeping in the streets or lanes our towns and cit los are filled with houses to lot The dark time is upon us because our country is staggering under tho illbalanced woight of its groat wealth This terriblo financial stringency is bringing about the collapse of tho industrial world Merchants aro pushed to tho verge of assignment Bankruptcies and sheriffs sales palsy tho heart of trade Goods are sold for a song cut down slaughtered sacrificed Tho Shylock poverty is pursuing our people with such desperation that a frenzy of suicide murder riot and robbery is sweeping over our land Tho columns of our press aro drenched with the blood of tho vic tims of the single gold standard and we aro having practical proof of what Mr Carlisle predicted when ho was a silver man if a single gold standard were estab lished That it would entail more misery on tho human race than war pestilence and famine India boars testimony to this prediction today by its starving millions who aro forced to despair and death by brutal England who extorts the lifeblood of her Indi an colonies to maintain her single gold standard The United States iis Englands victim too makingdesperate sinking ship- Proaperity and confidence are the most overworked worth in the dictionary The talk about Republican pol icy bringing good tinges is all chaff andan insult to common intelli gence Since thoxolection of Mr McKin ley thorn have been more failures in aggregate amount than over be fore in tho history of the country in sixty days Banks aro on financial quick sandsTho failure of tho National Bank of Illinois has dragged down with it a scoro or more of banks and firms involving millions The clearing house of Chicago is guaranteeing payment of 75 cents of claims properly proven against the concern and Now York is rush ing currency to Chicago to hold up businessIn face of all this disaster there are a lot of men with patch ed trowsors and not enough food to keep their families from hun ger talking about a revision of tho tariff the single goldstandard and sound money We are nbtso foolish as to charge all our peoplo who aro suffering to Mr McKinley But we put this pointed question How can Mr McKinley mako grapes grow on thorn bushes How can Mr McKinley give this country prosperity by pursuing tho sumo financial policy that has been advecated and carried to its logical conclusion by his two predecessors Benjamin Harrison and Grover Cleveland The American farmer has a bur den upon him today of 1900000 000 which moans that ho must dig enough out of tho ground to pay fiftythroe millions interest year ly on the dobt- Translate that into real things How many weary hours of toil How much solfdonialHow many farmers children must go without tho comforts of life and education How many farmers wives must go insane because thor are worked bo yond Choir strength Farmers aro committing suicide in all sections because they son no hope of paying tho mortgages on their lands Wo tallrabout tho German stand ing army as an enormous burden upon that nation Its cost is ono hundred and sixteen millions every year It will bo well for us to ro alize the magnitude of our own burden Our single gold standard put upon tho shoulders of tho Ameri can peoplo a burden three times as groat as that imposed on tho German pooplo to maintain their standing army This is just tho size of our money questionWhile tho people aro suffering from the greatest money famine in the history of the country and we aro reaping tho greatest harvest of poverty crime and death by vio lenco when seven hundred banks have failed in less than twelve months and the outlook is that double that number will go under the coming yoar Comptroller Eck los with his hand clasped by tho money barons says Bank fail ures aro more or less disquieting but those which havo occurred recently have little or no significance attached to them J J Such talk as this is thrown out by the gold prose while tho pound I of flesh fraternity are gleefully rubbing thoir hands while the American pooplo aro taking an object lesson of bankruptcy and blighting poverty which is robbing tho human heart of hopo No policy can relieve our debtI ridden pooplo but an increase of moneyNot 8 per capita is afloat among our pooplo today Tho business of tho country needs and should demand at least 00 por capita and we can under no other policy havo a roturn of prosperity Kentucky should do her duty in this extremity Tho money quos tion should be forced to first place before tho people Democrats should bo on guard for tho legislative battle next November and see to it that silver mon arc sent to tho general assom by so that n senator may be oloot od to tho United States senate who will battle for the rights of our oppressed pooplo Thoro can bo no prosperity un der a gold standard and lurIng tho noxt four years thoro will bo universal shrinkage in values and reduction in salaries Wo are learning in tho hard school of experience Will wo profit by tho dear lesson If tho money sharks aro much longer permitted to ply their nefa rious trade in human misery they will establish an empire on tho ruins of the republic- If the non of this nation can not avert this impending calamity call American women to tho ballotI I box and wo will help you maintain your rights and libertiosJoseph inn K Henry in Lexington Argonaut The Oily Way Ono of our merchants in his advertisement saidUets all tryii and keep business at homo in 18Di1t There is only ono way this can ho dono and that is for tho merchant to prico his goods right and judiciously advertise them I and in all instances make tho goods and prices back up the advertisement Somo of our mer chants havo begun to hoop the trade at homo by dropping out their advertisements Result Tho newspaper is forced to go toI Lexington for ads to save his own bacon and hence tho trade goes away from homo If tho homo merchant would utilize all of tho home papers space tho newspaper would not bo compelled to seek support elsewhere and a big bulk of tho trade that now goes to Lox ington would remain at homo Nicholaavillo Democrat Care For La Grippe For tho benefit of the ninny who aro suffering with tho grip we re produce tho following special from Galvoston Toxas to tho St Louis GlobeDemocrat Mayor Fly has had published a letter from St Ignaco Mich suggesting a vigor ous rubbing of all parts of tho body with warm turpentine as a euro for tho grip The Michigan dor says it will cure in 24 hours and that no medicine should betaken j Many persons who tried tho remedy are apparently as well as well as ever- WANTEDSEVERAL I I FAITHFUL MEN I for reipomlble ei Ublished bow IB Kentucky Salary 1780 payable 15 weekly and expeBtet Position permaeiit Reference EaeloM tclfoddref BalldlagCklcgae I a 1ITUsSIK- aTit 0a Mu SHill 1S Fwoti to kg 1I1g hrn Being in absolute and urgent need of every cent doe mo that I may meet my own indebtedneee I have been and am still sending statements to all who are in Ar rears to THE HERALD While the amount in each case is small the sum in the aggregate wonld enable mo to moot my own obligations and at the same time greatly im y prove TUB HERALD for tho coming yoar I hope therefore that each and every person so addressed will promptly answer my appeal All who do not do BO within 00 days will havo thoir names taken from tho list and find their accounts in the hands of a Collecting Agency THAT WILL COLLECTPI Those who receive tho paper in single wrapper will find Xmark after the name which indicates expiration of time paid for and may be verified by tho date follow ing name I hopo I offend no ono in bogging for my own for unless those ap peals are promptly answered thoro i I will bo deep distress in TilE HER i ALD household Wishing alla happy and pros porous now year I remain Tho Peoples Friend SPENCER COOPKR P + 7 i its i1 L 6 P It Qo WIt 131ClTQiti L art the ltophet Haw Through lIr Dle JhVJ Guit lu Emory IlMiianlii Ur Tal uingcflraws sour ntartllug Ion sons and tears oT thn mask of deceit Sunday The text In I1 Ings xiv 8 Why fclgnestlioii tli1 V81to be an etberr or anIn the pnlaeei of wloUedaTQroboana thorn Is a stilt 7nilVv WdlflRa t1nvo failed fiklllwlit ealiawtctaYoung Abtjah the prince hits ivcd long enough to become very popular and JOt ha must din milcf s homo aupilrnat itboi and 6wlngn buck tho door of tbot stele room of royalty and stand look- Ing I at the dying prince with the dart uplifted Wicked Jeroboam knows that ho linn no right to ask anything of the Lord In the way of kindness lie knows that his pruycrs would not bo answered and so ho scud his wife on the dollcato and tender mission to 1 tho prophet of thu Lord in Hhlloh Putting usldu hOi royal attire she puts on the garb of ti peasant woman nlulII tarts on tho road Instead of carry log gold and gems us sho might have carried from tho palace slit carries only those gifts which anew to indicate that sho belongs to thu pcassutryao few loaves of bread a cracknels and a eruuo of honey Yonder she goes hooded and veiled the greatest lady In till the Itllllfe1oll1t yt passing unobsorvcd No one that picots her on the highway inns any Idea I that also is the first lady in nil thllnuelII Bhij Is n queen III disguise Time fact Is thnt 1etcr tho Great working in thoII dry locks of Sntirdnm the uiilors lint sad the nliipwrlghts ax gave him unJJ moro thorough dlhguUc than the garb of tho pcnsunt woman gave to thuI Queer of Tirzah Itut this prophet the Lord saw thodeceit Although his phynleal eyesight hud failed ho wan divinely Illumined nisi at one glance looked through thu imposition nuelI he cried out Coinu In though wICor of Jeroboam Why fflgnott thou thyself to Ill another t hILue oval tidings for thou Oct theo haelfi to thy house and when thy feet touch the gate of the city thu child lihall die Shu hind a right to nrk frttho recovery of her sun situ had no right to prautiee imposition 11I1lIlwlIj t hearted now khu turtcil on thin WILt the toarti+ falling ou the duitt of dulA road all tho wily from inhiloh toTirxah j I I t i I J tsr allkIinposltionltindil t- aUdwrdbllr QO nttollQ dny Odqb- ape I 1i11y In wlckcdaclts f kt1io1lmo with tho fact that royalty some 1I IIIan hid the queenly character of this woman of Tlrruh Nobody suspected that she was a queen or u princess as nho paNscil i lIty but Sic was just Uti much u queen as though she htuod in the ttnlhbtiher robes in rusted with diamonds And BO aroundaliment us there are worldBlocsthrone of royalty they mimic in no char lot they elicit no hUll they make no 1 pretense brat by the grace of t3od they I arc princesses gall they are queens Sonictltacs Wl their poverty sometimes J their Kelf dcnial sometimes 1u- heir hard struggles of Christian scrv i Ice God knows they arc queens ring world noes not recognize them Hoy alty passing in disguise Kings with out time crown conquerors without the palm empresses without the jewel You saw liar yesterday on tho street You saw nothing important in her ap pcarnncc but she is regnant over a vast realm of virtue and goodness a realm vaster than Jeroboam overlooked t at You went down into tho house destitution and want and snfefuring You saw tho story of trial written on thu wasted hand of tho mother on the palo cheeks of the 1I children on tho empty bread tray n tho iircless hearth on the broken chair You would not have j given dollar for all tho furniture in house Hut by tho grace of God sho is a princess Tho overseers of tho poor corno there and discuss tho case i say Itsa pauper They do not realize that God has burnished for imam jp crown nut that utter she has got through tho fatiguing journey from llrzah to Shiloh and from Shiloh bucka to Tlrxaii inure will bo atbronoof roy 1 ally on which she shall rest forever Glory soiled Allluunca hidden queenhl t When yon think of a queen you do not think of Catharine of Uussla or Theresa of German or Nary II Queen of Scots Whoa you think of a queen you think of a plain woman who 1 opposite your father at thu table I or walked armllIarmtomeLimOH to the Thanksgiving hangout sometimes 1 thu grave but always situ by side soothing your little sorrows and ud 1 h your little quarrels listening your evening prayer toiling with nccdtu or at the spinningwheel andon cold nights tucking you up 1 snug and warm And then on that dark day when she layadying putting t those thin hands that hUll tolled for I you o long putting them together in a dying prayer commending you II to that God in which she had taught you to trust 0 she was tho queen she was the queen You can not think of her now without laving the deepest emotions of your soul stirred and you t fool us If you could cry us though you were now sitting in infancy on her lap fwd Iif you could call her buck to spunk i your nuinu with the tenderness with which she once spoke you would bu i witting now to throw yourself on the I soil that covers her grave crying Motliorniotlierl Ahl sho was tho quuun Your hither know IL You know it Shu was the queen lint thin i queen in disguise The world did not I recognize It i nut thcru was n grander disguising Thu favorite of a great house looked out of tho window of his palace and saw that tho people were carrying t heavy burdens and that somu of them woro hobbling on crutches anti ho saw somu lying at tilt gate exhibiting theirI sores and then ho heard their lamenta I thou and ho said I will just put on the clothes of those poor people and 1 will go down anil see what their sor VOWS are and I will syuipatbio with thorn and I will be ono of them and I will help them Well the gay came fur him to strut the lords orIthe laud came to see him off All who could bing joined in thu parting song which shook the hills nUll woke up tho shepherds Tlio first few nights hu has been sleeping with the hostler and tho catneldrlvura for no ono know there was n Icing in town He wont among tho doctors of the law astounding them for without any doctors gown lie bo know moro law that the doctors fried lisp on the banks of Gonnesarot lie was howled at by crazy People in tho tombs Hu was splashed of the surf of the sea A pilgrim with out any pillow A sick moan without any medicament A mourner with no tpmpathutic bosom in which ho Joule pour Ills tears Disguise com plete I know that occasionally ills dl vino royalty unshed out us when in the storm on Galilee an in tho red wino at the wedding banquet as when Ho freed tho shackled demoniac of Ga darn us whet Ho turned a wholeI school of fish into tho net of tho dis couraged boainlun ns when He throbbed life into the shriveled arm of thoI paralytic but for tho most part HoI was in disguise ICo ono saw the Kings jewels in his sandal No onoI saw tho royal robe in Ills plain coat Noon kuo rf that thatsheltorlcss Christ owned till tho mansions In which tho hlerarchs of Heaven had their hab huut ate t41 tin liarvists which shook thoir gold onUio hilt of Palestine No ono hnXwilialle who said Jthirst pour ail tke tfuphrivtfis out of his own dial dtNJ 111 l- II r f ilj iil Sl liC N0offffJcnowrjitJi f t1ifn lay in tke ot llWhantflikea tle n Ufo vac ofji 1l1yNiOM knej that tho stars an moore fntJaul8fUtIc galnxle5 1d opat l1atloos t11tt march cd on ago after ago were as com pared with his lifetime the sparkle of Gritty on n summer night No cnc know that the sun in midhcavcn was only the shadow of his throng No ono knew that hIs crown of universal dominion was covered with a bunch of jj j thorns Omnipotence sheathed in a human body Omniscience hidden in a + human heart Everlasting harmonies subdued tutu a human voice Royalty en masque Grandeurs of Heaven in earthly disguise My subject also impresses mo with how people put on masks and hbw the Lord tears them otToIt was a terrible moment In the history of this woman of Tirzah when tho prophet accosted her practically saying 1 know who you are you can not cheat me you can not impose upon me why fciguest thyself to bo another She had a right to nslc for tit restoration of her son she had no right to practice that falsehood It is never right to do wrong Sometimes you may bo able to conceal an affair it is not necessary to tell everything There is a natural pressure to the lips which scent to imlicntc that silcnco sometimes is right but for double dealing for mural shuttling for counterfeit und for sham God lax nothing but anathema and exposure lit will tear off the lie He will rip up the empiricism Hu will scatter the ambuscade There arc people who are just ready to be duped They seem to bo waiting to bo deceived They be lieve in ghosts they saw one themselves once They hoard something strange in an uninhabited house Going along the tuna one night something ap reached them in white and crossed the road They would think it very disas to count the number of carriages t a funeral They hears in a neighh burs house something that portended death in the family They say it is n sure sign of evil if n bat fly into the room on a summer night or they see Lilt moon over the left shoulder They would not for lima world undertake any enterprise on Friday forgetful of tho taut that if they look over the calendar of the world theywill see that Friday lids been the most fortunate day in all the history of thu world As near as I can tell looking over the calendar of the worlds history morn grand bright beautiful things ave happened on Friday than any other day of the week They would not begin anything on Friday They would nut fat the world go back to tho house for anything attar they had ones started Such people aro ready to bo duped Ignorance comes along perhaps III the disguise of medical science lord carries them captive for there urn always men who have found some strange and mysterious weed in some strange place tumid pluck ed it in thu moonshine and then they cover time hoard fence with tho adver tisements of elixir and panaceas and Indian mixtures and inetlablu cataplasms and unfailing disinfect nuts and lightning siilunitin stantaneous ointments enough to stun and scarify and poultice and still half the race They are all ready to be wrought upon by such impositions Alms my friends do not bu throng such dupes Do not oat the part of such persons as I have boon describ ing Stand back from all chi canery from nil imposition They who practice such imposition shall bu ex posed In the day of Gods indignation They may rear great fortunes but their dapple grays will she arrested ou tho road somme anyas was time ass by tho angelof God with drtwu sword The light of the last day will shine through all such subterfuges nod with a voice louder than thnt which accosted this imposition of time text dome in thou wife of Jeroboam why felgncst thou to bo uuotherwithn voice louder than that God will thun tier down into midnight darkness mind doom and death nil two facca men and nil jockeys and all swindlers Iluhold how tho people put on the masks and behold how tho Lord tears them off My subject also impresses me with how precise and accurate and particu lar aro rods providences Just at the moment that woman entered the city tho child died Just as it was prophe sletiso it turned out so it always turns out Time event occurs tho death takes place tho nation is burn tho despotism is overthrown at tho ap pointed time God drives tho universe with a stilT rein Events do not just happen so Things do not go slipshod In till tho book of Gods providences thewIs not ono if Gods providences are never caught in dishabille To God there are uo surprises no disappoint moms arid no accidents The most in significant event flung out in tho ages is ths connecting link botwccn two great chains the chain of cterllil pest and tho chain of eternity t come I am no fatalist but I should be completely wretched if Idid not feel that all tho affairs of my life are Gods hn id and nil that pertains tome and mint just as certainly as all the affairs of this woman of the text as this child of tho text as this king of the text wore ill Gods hand You may ask mo n hundred ques LIons I can not answer but shall until tho day of my death believe that I am under the unerring catoo Goo and limo Heavens may tall an the world may burn and tho judgment may thunder aud eternal alumai tiiU J7u dr roll Imtnptiirhllrilliallifall rom mjf head nota shadow shall dronrn my path emit a orc1w shall traifx my heart without being tl vtnel1lirranged arrangcd by a lovfiigr 83smpatlietfii Father Ho bottles our tears ho catches our sorrows and to tho or phan lie will be a Father and to tho widow lie will bo a husband and to tho outcast Ho will bo a home nnd to the most miserable wretch that this day crawls Up out ofII tho ditch of his abomination crying mercy Ho will be an nll pardoning God rime rooks shall turn gray with age and the forests shall bo unmoored in the lust hurricane and the sun shall shut its fiery eyelid and the stars shall drop like blasted figs and the conti nents shall go down like anchors in the deep und the ocean shall heave its last groan and lash Itself with expiring agony curd tho world shall wrap itself in a winding sheet of llamo and leap on time funeral 1 pyre of tho judgment dray but Gods 1 love shall not die Jt will kindlel its suns after all other lights lave gone out It will be a billowy semi after the last ocean has swept itself away It will warm itself by the fire of a consuming world It will sing while tho archangels trumpet is pealing forth and time air is tilled with the crash of broken sepulchers and the rush of the wings of the rising dead Oh may God comfort all this people with this Christine sentiment A QUID OF TOBACCO now ft Small Thing Stopped Oprrutlon on u ireat Wur Whip Lieut Kmilc Duboe tells rn amusing story of nn event which he says cer tainly led to tho downfall of hydraulic machinery in the French service A few years ago tho authorities of a great shipbuilding firm wore very notch per turbed when the trials for turning tho turrets of a new battle ship in the pres ence of time committee appointed to take over the ship were fnilurrH A day or two before everything had gone eatU factorily Hut now the turret after home slight movements stuck fnsU Tho gauge indicated time normal pros wire there was nothing wrong wI tuIj I the turret or with the racks for rotntI I i ing it there was no perceptible leak in any of the pixs and it was M itu xvihlc to nssign any reason for thoII behavior of time turret thnt the mittee hind to go home without seeing it revolve That evening und the fol lowing tiny a complete overhaul was inado of time system of piping and ib was then discovered that one small hilt important pipe won completely choked by a quid of chewed tobacco which a workman had doubtless let fall into it inadvertently When this was re moved time turret worked as well an ever lint the dlwpiicttide caused by tho want of success of the day before was only increased when it was discovered how insignificant the causu hnd been From that day the naval authorities cided that In future wherever practic able tho power for buttla ship operations should be carried bya wire stead of a steam pipe InI STOOD BY HER RIGHTS How B Woman Lnwyrr tend tlio lail Word Tlc woman lawyer slammed a pile of briefs down before tlin judge according to the New York Herald and saldi I snore to discharge the prisoner od the ground that the prosecution have not proved their case and thai time evi hence is Irrelevant timid immaterial Motion granted said the No mow dastardly outrage jlldgt1II lerpctrnted began the I taco incarceration of this my innocent client Tic wits engaged In the pursuit of hits daily vocation when the strong nrm of the law descended upon him He Mndnm wild the judge have r not already told you tin t your motion was dischargedHe tinned the lair counselor Ihm sup ported hula family ns lest he could Uo was in the midst of his family circla when n minion of tine law entered and demanded his immediate incarcera ton I have nln yourfavoryoutwicemore do you want 1 I What more do T want indeed l cried the woman lawyer her face flushing to crimson hue arguethisright as a woman to have time lost word anti I moan to have ItAnd Rime slid whichthowith salaries ranging from S300u to SOOOO Time greater part of theta how ever pay but 3000 Under time now regulations regarding lets tho valuo lunyoconsul Itis i Clovetwill ba ntbeut down onehalf Time statue of Harriet Uccchur Stowo trueItryTim first ono Iis in Now Orleans duringdof Emma Willard and stands in N YIj iJ rl y = i PERSONAUJTANO I IMPER9OU1 m Sr iSL j rrpIIlllluum A rordl4aStjust1 a 17ed president jf theftSnriti of 1t Jui I JOnclEicoror The timeI ioldsleln of West lowdonio tnodetltIIIrbrew I 1 idman French Italian ItussIanClnV ncse anti 1 English Yet lie finds content item a common peddlerpf tinware Uawsouvilltfin lwetwIHIPI whlpplnintit Ithrashed limo in public hulngfllileelintoper husband tried one more method She threatened to get drunk every tine Ihe 1h nnahetF t hot he has tint touched liquor since A precedent Interesting to women his lets established by the London county court A lady brought suit against St Georges vehtry for damages from the careless driving of a water cart whirl drew so near the sidewalk that a heliotropecolored tress worn by her was sprinkled multi spoiled The court awarded her seven guineas Col Wnrinu iIii allowed 1000000 to peep the streets of New York city clean the cnmlng year and nobody is lieahl complaining The colonel put In a bill of is O for his expenses while traveling nhroal lust summer ajul it was allowed by the city comptroller Col Waring preps the streets clean anti that Is why laIall have nearly everything he wants Mother Goose sons born in thcyenf lotij in thu colony of MasKaehtisotU Hay leer maiden name WWi ICIiznbctlr Fi t tir She married Isaac Goose in the yciir HiOi and a few years later became a mem her of the Old South church llos ten The flrst edition of her melodies which were origiuullysnug to her rariihhildren was published in lips ton in 1710 by her soninlaw Thomas 3iiri Mother CiooripdifiMn 177 FRUIT PARINGS PURCHASED fitti Viitrr Slrf a UOIIHIN IllllliiK AH the IViiHtc Mutter In the economy of life nowadays lit tic if anything is lost Time was when of the hair hoofs and blood of tliethou Kind cattle killed at the stuck yank little wan saved Of all thistodaymothI- uig i U wasted The sinus economy It Iliiftlcod on South Water reek I makesvitr1itipples another will pay you forldlS eared ton leaves still tt third wijtak6 your onion peelings nnd qtiito Intelytm certain linn huts offered to buy aiUtlici hrctllfhtilnlfiliI1 these things time commission n vra1 i 1- PllHd jh- With tipple parings lit rnswcrcd smiling we make a cheap elissof jams i j InIone in this town which an exclusive business of drying apples Formerly its apple parings were all thrown on the dump or horned anti theyt amounted to several carload Now we take thorn and after cleaning them by a steam process we rank then and make jams out of them We pay about n quarter of n cent a pound fart them when in a lair state of prescna1 tintscd tea leaves are collected also dried and sent west There they tire mixed up over ngaln with n lot of new crop and they come hack to this city and ate sold again The trade In nscd term leaves is necessarily small for time reason that It is exceedingly difficult to collect the leaves Onion peellnp lire sold to dyehonscs which extract the juice and use it in their business mid 1 run told that goods dyed IrijH boiled juice of onion peelings willueVer fade Hanana skins are dried in an oven amid then ground with n mixture of tM banana fruit cad flour is made out of time lot This flour in very whit and Hue Much of It is used In adulterating starch You didnt know that eh = Well South Water street hiss n lot of products you never heard of And but ter I could tell you something about tla manufacture of some butters thnt never smacked of either mill or cream And strictly fresh eggs that were lot presidentAndn man who wanted1 the best MM cheese on the market Chicago Chron idle t thtekneylireltnuyvvlmer I couches were let on the hire either bItime day or for a passage to London DIU ftlthoiigi in 1C15 there were only =t such vehicles Ifn 1714 they ha throughout the kingdom nccmmdatet denominatehiaelcney threw them as well an nil other biro horses from the same origin wtr- tClmcd hackneys Chicago Chronicle 1tir Tints t irrrr iit f Who s making till that racket ou there 1 want some ebnqcc to ieend thicnl- tItsrJu run JilaiugintrftJlP1leltb lit autocrdt o the kitsch tlytiatat C- j 9I beg your pardon J Emougltt Was my wife Dctiolt Free TrcM o 4 Kd j I i 11TJ II TTII x ET1T7III sRhL i t l 0 t + TtJfFtR1rNG wRttr t TAKING OFF HONEYIr 11al unit UIJMrllllll the When and Jim of Tills rnekYr Those persons i holtesiii to hnvh a t 1rj fine article oiJJombVb cy in ices tl0 some thinjf to please the cyec will be very partitulur to aotlcavo rlheiri s body on tub11 hives niitll It uMonies whit beekeepers call travel staltlell JClftfinishedthen n short time nfter bctefi bees Uy traveling hvcrthe delicate whiteI coiuWwitlilthcir gtilUll VT feet will durlten T so as to spall jj fpr exhibition purposes or for rcnHs inn first class price for It when taken to market ilSney In much improvcdiirf quality b ifM irttitfifr Oil the Mires n few vpolfa after bclnirJfinlihcd It will become wore dense In texture and nlruout nil fxjjcrlcnoetl beekeepers apree that It lafi h more delicate taste or flavor even though It Is sqnujwhnt darker and less plcasliif to the eye It is best to remove nllivhlte lioriey tljot from clover anti bnsswood before the dark honey which is usually gath creel from buckwheat goldenrod etc begins Iti cone in or you will have white and dark limey in your sections which would spoil it for market An other thiiif for you to remember is that the bees will not be idle if they can help it So when the honey flow stops they will very soon carry tho honey from the super to the brood nest first from the uncapped cells after which they will uncap the cells and spoil time sections- If the object tIs to get honey to please the eye It should be removed as fast as it is nil capped over only in this way l1recrff to remove n superatn honey 5s nearly nil capped over AH bees are Cadre apt to finish sections in Mm con trfcof the super first I make it n point 1o place the unfinished section on the outside of an empty super to take the place of Ithe one removed if one is need cdftthls will induce thebces to inorfc readily go to work in the empty cast To remove the honey it will be neces nary to have the smoker In good order using only the best clean smoker fuel if you would avoid soiling the sections with soot or smoke PutT u very little snKjke Into the entrance of the hive to i throw tlici bees off their guard then be Mire to remove the super FO it can he readily removed Now raise the cloth orcater at One corner ail puff In the sraofce lightly then drop it and raise nnpllier corner of the cover smoking airdropping qi before Now grmlunl lyiJffinovp the cloth smoking the bees down while so doing Tf the smoking Is treti dour almost nil the bees will lewd this super If time bees have not nearly all left rive them a little more smoke tow quickly remove the super which readilytoneyiie super eon now IKS carried to some rooms to the honey house if you have one mill the bees If any nee left will fOOl leave the seeders and they can bei ixlensciJ through a window or screen hedacer turn to Ithe super mind the result will be hidobIcommtparnticlyIf section honey while bees are gathering Idlethes a robbingJsshout aretaccess to the honey rc f ntevwl front the hives robbing will be avoided i hcetf6cnptnIl11rfbceo from among the sections It is t be1otylees will have left the super unless a presenttdeorge FEEDING IN BASEMENT i An ArraiiRniiuiit Which la Sure to llvn 8atl fftctlon t betUbedfrontedge HASKMRNY STABLE AIUIANGEMKNT Irydleing byIjMowt OPIIIg locatedl just beneath the opening if cp or young stock are penned there a feed rack can be arranged as- S tJlngmmAmtrlcnI1Ieu1turlst aaffcu3hons arc preferable to loose ft in packing bees In chaff hives t the bee hives close to the ground f acI WELAR1 ANti d lHOSE 1 Plan of a Htrurture Accomtno4aVhi Oni i i IUundrcU FowliJJ JL The poSu lo OIiWic ottho eon nuiln18snUa1fllthiJjoistsrisojinIlug upon posts 2 feet from the ground so that the fowls cnn get under it and END LLVflTION it makes n throe dusting plifceJ in winter or summer Entrance forthe fowls is made under each window which should face south or east A board may be placed from the entrance to tho ground and cleats nailed on us steps In the construction I have used I 10 to 12 inch ship lap with tar paper both 10rlloorsldeslIncdI i the louse as illustrated there will bo needed J175 feet ship lap two slits 4 by G by 12 feet 17 joists 2 by G by IT feet J7 rafters 2 by 4 by 11 leet ti plates 2 by 4 by 10 feet for posts one piece C by li by 1C feet old boards for roof hoards or new lumber laid close together Lay tho shingles 4 inches to the weather of winch 4510 will ho required 1artl tions may be of 1 by 2 inch strips placed 2 imjhtix apart or they misty boot hoards In the floor plan are shown the four windows by heavy lines doors iiwido opening to coop rime nests are conveniently arranged on each stile of eao- lpenIV W Porter In Farm anti Hbniu NOTES FOR SHEPHERDS It is sudden changes in the weather that affect sheep anti lambs more than anything else The price of feeding sheep is simply out of reach of some buyers who feed for the margin there Is in the bush lies Sheep or lambs must rot he allowed frostediWhlrcHron it it will break off and die Iowa sheep feeders have recently I purchased 10000 lambs and ewosin at i t single Colorado county They shipped to Iowa to be fed There is nothing better to sustain the vigor of n ram than n liberal feed of wheat brnn It has nearly nil the phos phates of wheal and these nourish tho nervous system Now that sleep feeders ore getting about as much for lambs an for sheep n year older the lamb trade Is developing wonderfully A revolution upon this basis seems to be working its way through tho live stock trade entire It j i at least assures n quicker return on money invested Rural World VullnrM In Cooking Eocd Tho failures consequent upon feed lag cooked iced to hogs have resulted from bad management Through care Icssticss the hogs zany have been al lowed to ghittonic themselves and loset their appetite Time ration mayrhnViJ been deficient time feed may have been ground too course and then not thor oughly cooked the feed may hitvc Teen made too sloppy it may have been too dryruit tray have been fed too hot or too cold It may have been fed in filth and dirt if may have been fed tog ire regular tutu If fed to young pigs i it may have been allowed to nour and then faHiiro wonld of course follow and thcshort siglited feeder would ut tribute tjto coolIng the feed ratherI than to his own carelcssrictisilnrnj ers Review Breeding Stock In WliitcK Tho winter enw of breeding stdcloJ ir likely to bo ffeglccted Regular and moderate work IB the best meats of exercise for either stallions or mares It frequently happens however that I the farmer or breeder has more horse than he has Work for during the winter In this ease other means must be pro vided Some regular system should to ndoptcd The brood mars will fnro better on good blue grass pasture with Recess to n roomy open shed for n lUlu fodder and n light grain ration than they will with high feeding in warm close stables They can be wintered in this manner much cheaper and with vnsUy better results than by the more expensive methods of close stabling I THE RED MEN AT WORK Uowafuch Thy Earn trice ttio1 Clorern incutVariety of Their tpdustrleer The ccapabilities of Lo for playing football as Illustrated In the ease of the Calllslc pupil have perhaps excited wider attenUon of late than tiny signs ho has given of disposition to work Ycl tlie ie latter are apparent not only in the records of that school as to the pupils on farms and in households hut in those of the Indian bureau Under the system now In vogue as explained by CjimmUjsioneT Drowning If an Indian is willing to go to work upon the tract allotted to him the gO eminent helps him to build a house gives him n team and farming tools with wire for fencing and grain for seeding besides the advice and super vision of n farmer to help him in get ting out his crops Then It aids the red men also by em ployment of various sorts Apparent ly It gives for labor nnd for supplies bought each year well along toward 1000000 For example in the various schools out of 2070 superintendents teachers anti other employes last year more than onethird for 715 were In diaiiH and their salaries aggregated 143760 Then among the persons em ployed nt agencies other than those nl the schoolM are found no fewer than 1434 Indians with wages aggregating 258140 or nearly half the amountt paid to white employes at agencies These two amounts together make over 100 000 for Indians and since it is said that a still larger amount is paid them for miscellaneous work and for supplies raised by themselves we have a very good aggregate The variety of the employments which the Indians or rather which n few of them are taking ups also a good sign It would hardly do to have then depend on agriculture alone and in deed they have no Inherited aptitude for ih lint they earn money by hauling herIiuningproduce and one Indian not long ago obtained the contract for supplying corn to the government schools Corn missioner Browning adds to these In dustries cutting hay working on irri gating ditcher raising and selling beef cattle logging cutting cordwood dijf ing ginseng root sheep shearing la boring HK ranchman carrying the hod anti working on rnllrond To these may be addd time selling of fl li berries wild rice maple ugnr nnd in WInww sinj frogs legs On several reennllona ludian worn ct have born taught to maltu pillow lace through Miss Sibyl1 Carters effort and sonic of them are nid to bo careful designers as well ac textrous In uork The Indianx alto rant money potteryIl j it is thought that this tmmve of rev rnuc rosy be decreasing On the outer band large amount of Innl are leased j by the tribes and large stungare derived from Unit source TliU cannot ho reck oiled properly an industry but it is a valuable employment of capital I There nre ome Indinn trader Ihcr tin some solfsiipjrartiiig Indian m anti there are Indian elerlu in 1llImlCA I III1JICarlisle school has been referred to and the Flandrcati school in South Dakota which recently Introduced It reports that tho toys who went out during tlio vacation to farms earned from 15 per month to 150 ijwr tiny each In the governments extension of the civil service rules over tho Indian bureau employes It recognized that the Indians would be practically barred out by put ting them through n course of examinations on book learning in compari son with whites Hence it spared them this necessity and even whero they were candidates for the offices of superin tendent teacher of industries kinder garten or physician n competitive ex amination was not required the test of fitness being such ns was approved by the civil service commission It is said that In time large majority of cases Indians employed at time agencies lure faithful and zealous Many arc policemen anti judges of the courts of In dian offenses on time reservations One agency has 107 Indians employed ere huts 70 another 72 two have 11122 have over 20 and 19 have from 11 to 20 Tn liana on their employe rollsN Y Sun A Tux on IIiirliHiirM Th province of lnbe Ualfour Sill hi is progressing std will in fiiturc he a fine ground for tho fine old spot of huslmnd hunting Here is the scale of taxes which that enlightened province proposes to impost on bachelors 2 to 30 years old 5 monthly 10 to 31 years old 10 monthly 35 to 50 years old 20 monthly 50 to 75 years old 10 monthly 75 to SO years old 50 cents monthly Widows nail widowers when they put the dear departed under the Ioll will be allowed three years to enjoy freedom Buenos lyres Stand II ret A hnffBUunl I understand that Lord Deadbrokf threatened to make n visit to America Thats another argument for strengthening our coast defenses Washington Times Wheeler What makes you think ahe loves you TyrtuOh shes been hinting of late how much she likes my bicyclePhiladelphia NorthAmerl tan G ii i Howa Tbtef 1jo1181lklierMraOfor 00cund vFwo the undenlfmeui have known ft Ji bellevehimcateraoutWRIT h THUAX Wholesale Druggista To redo 0- WALUNa KISXAS llti MAIIVIK Wholesale DruggIsts Tbiedo Olio lhteraahlr1actingsurfaces of tiro systom rlco7r1C tier botUc Sold by all Urucgtsts Tcstlntonlala Tree halls Family Pills an ho best JdiiKNin hcitsrAUti tell you frankly that I shall nut lie ably to SIV COl thhilUil until nVxt vcarV TalioriAllAlRhti Mi1 When vll you have it 1Cul11 Next year A SupiTlilj fppuluTrainUiuloubtcdly thin luiuiUotncut train be tween Chicago cad St Paul A1lnuea tolls tho Hupcriorrt nlul Duluth Is thnlNorUi Western Llmltod which leaves Chicago at 0 JhlleZhlcagomont which lht entirely unto throughout Cutsl3UITetnrd ijlocpliiK Cars Hlllllljf laws and 1 lathes coaches huts every luxury which Imagina Lion can conceive or mind Invent for tho comfort and convenience or pusscnKViv ChicagoNorlhapply to anotiUt of engnct tins line or ad dress W 11 KxisKuitN Ol and T AM Chicago lit I ITm1I are pcoplo who think that if a fel Illlio olives It Is a signl but hu societyWashlugtoaI llorno Down with Inllrmltlet benignanttonicUiltum which counteracts rlicumuUo mid tnaliirlnl tendencies relieves growing tuner tlvltyof time kidneys and In the finest remedy extant for dlsoniura of tho Htomiuh liver and bowels Nervousness too with which old people arc very apt to bo aflllctuil is promptly relieved 11It I ITllr Sirnsr WAY Borax ivflcrllvelv III wMi t knew how to tell a OIllUIIIIIIO- SUIIIJl1l1cIIJhu best ways Is to toll It IH iu a soft and cenllo whisper Truth I IThoModem Mother Has round that lime llttlo ones are Improved moro by thephiiHuntSyrupnf Kips when in I rtI1I ItluiiiniltH tlunu Tho true remedy Byuip iifKiKHi IH imimifactureil by the California Vtg Hyrup Campuuy only Wtirv love plven It anrlcltci itself but what covetoiiHiiOHH keeps it takes ileum Itnelfltauis Horn KITH Mopped free awl pfriiiunentlv soled No Ills anti llrnt tiny s MW IIr Dr Kliuos GIIa NIII ItralutIr Irr IItlal builds i I treatise Hit KuNiKWAreliht P- aNorlNirrauYirInnnuyO I I 11III iI Mr Flgir WellI How can n lul1I fort lonUout liuIlniiiiiilU Journal I Cnrn CoW nod llrondilllH with 1111iji Iloncy of lloithiimul and Tar I IlkuMJoolhucliuDriipH Cure in one iniiiiite jI t t t1 Cnri will i sam leliblu muliuchlbcilcr3to do Maui n horn P 1w r I Bummx wnuthcr ebiuiBOH brjnjj rJicuma I lism HI liicobi Oil makes prompt cure I T4 wir yt art they Unit make their vllli their lutvIVIIIInlu1 Shakesponre HIII Itt4 KIII time spot surer tlioctin Use I Jacobs Oil fur bruises I Kvrnvosi Ihim n rtol c tlA great I as ho pleases Jeremy Collier n lit Suff ergAe toni I FtA aU w aylA1 Sstir treat MMMfeai that k akeM + The headaches the dctKd dln the the liut lltwk bu Acemiaoa yarise At Wcfi times WOtBoa1waysfftItM iII that can be rill upAnd such a ricftdtfof mere HUH twtntv year fu bUn that greatest of all i remedies I I 1 By its purity and Its power It furnlinei a prompt relief for women in their hours of tried and if the grateful expressions which come up from the homes of the land about what SAFE CURE has done were printed thy would fill voluma11you- iruder arc a sufferer can you datakfkhope tronithissvg t iALltreyour r- hunnntr Why have mo- reESTEY 0 Organs been sold than any other kind Because although higher in price the Estey gives far betterii value than any other Write fur lllutlraieilCiulogue with prices to Kltey Organ Company lltattleboro Vl TheresMONEY in it No business pays as well on amount invested as DRILLING WELLS with out modem machineryi IT SUCCEEDSl THATS the Reason I1st LOOMWNMAN i 0 0 TIPPIN 01110 TOP SNAP CttrniltDRIb notralEHrrtths9 Ar OPIUM GUNS U D1TNII C IIIII l r I L r I 11JBUYCYCLES DRUNKENNESS iiliiiUO J I Mrl DR JL STEPHENS ItIIANoSuiIlu a YUGftTflM KING OF GUMS 11 1 I I 111Ii = = c = =I 1M r 1 The Same Old Sarsaparilla f Tlmts Avers Tlio same old Bawnparllla ns it was mndu anti sold JO yearn ayo In thu laboratory It lis different Tliero modern npplliincea lend Biiccd to skill V I anti experience lint time Harannurllla in tlio nnino old sarsaparilla thtttulado tin record IJO yeas of cures i o wo better 11 Well woro much in tho condition of tho Bishop and tho raspberry Doubt 1 s 1 less ho said Gull might have mado a hatter berryt But doubtlcH3 also Ho never did Why dont wo 1better the saraaparlllaV Wo cant Wo aro using tho i namo old cured tho Indians and tho Spaniards itthatbeen bettered Amlalnco WO 0l Barsaparllla plant t 0wolimit were not Woro making thin same oil to euro tho name old diBcasea You can mightI r mt mo old aaritaparUla becauHo it works old cures Its thin sovereign blootb Its dycr s i t0aip liii i fl s C V it your own baby or your ncighbos 7 WAS drove sweet sleep Its all un necessary Cascarets Candy Cathartic sweet to the taste mild but effective stop sour pasUvcrblood =K fi- eEAT CASCARETS LIKE WTPY + J J I Yj Sff They perfume the breath and hiafce tra iallrighttill around At your druggists JOe 25c 5Qcf or mailed for price hIUIILnQ c CANDY kr xr 1 ti 1 CA itR ctJKCOfl TItATO f tlJ- i1 i + 1Vt1 it t J iiyti J wrY e J i I 1 PHEEERAJIDP- Difl1 if WIPfile killer HAZEL CRECN KYsTHURSDAY Jan 14 1897 r ttf OUNOEMENf1S- c We are authorized to announce ABA E i PIEHATT of Feel as a candidate to repre Hint the LegUUtlre District of Morgan and Wolfe Huhject to the action of the Demo crttlo party 0rrGouty Attenuy tf Mtifu We are authoritad to announoe WALTKK C KBKOALL u A candidate for the office of County Attorney of Morgan county aubject to the action of the Democratic party TAKE YOUR CHOICE o HERES A GOOD THING The Hazel Green Ilerald1 00 Thrlee a Week World 1 002 00fBoth Papers One Year 1 HERES ANOTHER The Hazel Green lIeraldl 00 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer t 002 00 j Doth Papers One year 1 30 j AND STILL ANOTHER The Hmel Grrcn HeraltJ1 00 LoulivtlleWceklyCommrclal 1 002 00I Both Papers One Year 125 THIS IS A CORKEReThe lintel Green UeraJt1tl 00 Louiivillc Evening Post 5 OOtf100 I Both Papers One Year 20c YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hazel Green Ileraldfl 00iiToledo Weekly Blade 1 Moth Papers One Year 1 25 j JUST LOOK AT THIS j The Hazel Green lrerald1 00cTwice week CourWournal 1 oot2 00 Both Papers One Year 1 50 ANOTHER BARGAIN I The Hiizel Green rlerald1 00 Home k Farm semlmonthly 501 50 Doth Papers one Year 1 25- jjgrThii offer Ila open to new lubxribcra who par one year ID advance and to all old ftubicriber who pay up arrears and one year In advance Now 11 the time to sub crlbe Send for sample copies jj Any publication in the United States will be tarnished in connection with Tnt HERALD and our subscribers allowed the discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky THE electoral college met atii Frankfort last Monday The con test against Smith Dem was withdrawn and Wedding was cho non the 18th elector The ballot roRulted McKinloy and Hobart 12 Bryan flan Sowall 1 HowosII the defeated elector Mae chosen J messenger to bear the result to Washington OTIIBU candidates for county of taco in Morgan county would dott emulate the example of Walter C Kendall who this week announces 1 in Tin HERALD Especially so since this paper hoe a larger circu lotion on this side of the county than all the papers in Eastern j Kentucky combined The fee for county announcements is only 8 in advance and it will bo tho best I investment any mal can make who is seeking the suffrage of his follow 4 citizens And now is tho time to announce ns it will cost no more than later in the sonson UNDER tho head of announce manta will bo found that Walter C Kendall who aspires to bo coun ty attorney of Morgan county ithI the approval of tho Democratic party Under no other namo would ho have it as a gracUue gift even though it wero passed him on a silver salvor by a liveried servant Pomp as ho is familiarly called by his friends is a Jeffersonian Domoorat in practice His long and intimate acquaintance with litigations in Morgan county coup led with his knowledge of the law and fearless determination to see I the laws enforced should enable him if nominated and elected to k render tho county valuable aid as b r its attorneyand wo predict that 14fr- a y t chosen to two poBitioa ho seeks he will fill the bill He dose not pretend to know all the law but as a business man with years of experience ho will be enabled to prosecuto in an intelligent manner all cases that may come bofore him and at the end of his term well done thou good and faithful servant tt will bo heard from tho lips of every lawabiding citizen in that Democratic stronghold Per- onally and socially Pomp is too well known to the peoplo of old Morgan to needan introduction from us and we therefore leave his claims with his constituents feel ing that they will deal justly by himTirE eoand money Democrats of the 23rd judicial district will support the Republican candidates for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney and in turn ask them to support a sound money Democrat for state senator and the Re publicans of Wolfe county hue agreed to indorse whoever the sound money Democrats may nominate for state sen ator The above is a dispatch from Campton and one would imagine reading it that Judge Red wine and A F Byrd esq OB Democratic standard boaters in this judicial district had as well drain their horns But a little afterthought will convince anyone that theres nothing in it Tuko for instance this county at the late as an example The sound money Democrats cast a total vote 17 and 16 of those are now so disgusted with themselves for hav ing voted that way that they will bo glad to do penanco to secure their old positions in tho Demo ratic ranks And what is true of Wolfe is also true of all the other counties of tho district All tho Democratic party has to do is to maintain its organization intact and David B Rodwino will wear the ermine while A Floyd Byrd will represent the commonwealth MORGAN COUNTY Maytowa Minllei- Wo failed last weok to note tho return of Day do Cos clerk lies bask at his post of duty Rov Frank Thomas of West Libprty was visiting friends in town Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nolly Shumate and little daughter Pearl are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs WW Man kerJ M Henry is now a citizen of our town and wo are glad to have such accessions an Mr Henry and family John Curtin and Miss Rosa Sample who have boon ill for BOV oral days wo are glad to state are much bettor Mr Sampson has moved into tho property ho bought of Marion Jones Wo extend to him tho right of fellowship I Two of our young ladies and quite a lot of little boys took ad vantago of tho beautiful moonlight nights in having a ticktack party They uso a spool of thread a tack and a piece of rosin Wo learn that Mr Gambill of Hazel Green has rented property of R A ChildoM and will soon move hero and start a blacksmith and wheel shop If nap place over needed a man that could nil your wagon wheel it is May town It is pleasant to note that our young men appreciate tho many advantages to bo gained from a good education and are taking ad vantage of these opportunities Last week two of our young mon- Patrickentered school Putnam to Hazel Green academy Luther C Reynolds to Frenohburg academy R A Hoard and E M Pior att wont to Hazel Green preparatory to entering the acade my this morning They were ac I companied by G Y Lockhart and Misses Lillian Patrick and Eva Hoard Tho young ladies returned 4 Sunday evening Wo can see very 4 plainly where the young men aro 4 right In 1807 we could have get along with very little education 4 but it is not so in 1807 I Jan 11 WINGLESS 4 Celwlztiu Cut Anthony Low is visiting his bra ther Lark this week E+ F Cecil is erecting a now 80 by 40 building over his corn crush erII Ada Cecil whose illness wasII mentioned last week is able to bo up again Sherman Elam and wife of Ma goflln aro visiting the family of S M Tyler Boys wo wero glad to read TilE HERALD before the election and now wo all have prosperity and confidence is restored to all But our faithful editor cant have con fidence until he gets pay for TilE HERALD so readers dont all speak at once Your scribe mot with the good luck of oating a birthday dinner last Saturday at Roy J C Barkers and the clock struck 2 before wo took our foot from under the table Thou wo all talked pol itics until 11 oclock at night andI we all agreed but one and ho seem od to side with Paljnor and Buck nero Repent yo therefore Jan 12 Tin DRAKE MEKEPEE COUNTY Rothwell Rumblings Mrs W R Tabor who has been confined to her bed with la grippe is about well again Miss Rosa Cobb daughter of Joe Cobb has pneumonia fever Dr Ramey is attending her and report- her bettor C F Ringo is quite ill with lung trouble Dr Wm Swango of Wolfe county is waiting on him and thinks he can pull him around allrightOn the Oth inst Oscar Kendall son of Amos Kendall while out hunting accidentally shot himself with a doublebarrel ed shot gun Young Kendall was standing on a stump and carelessly lot the gun drop down the ham mer striking the stump and dis charging ono barrel The load en tered tho loft side and tore a halo showing the intestines Tho shot also wont into tho left arm Dr Ramey was called who dressed the wound nnd says there is little hope of recovery On Sunday last when Bro Jas Wilhite was about to pronounce the benediction at church at Corn well A J Ringo J P11 C arose and informed tho congregation that before the services were closed he wanted to attend to an impor tant matter In tho dignifiedman nor duly vested in Jack hsaid that within the walls of the churchI houso thorn was waiting a couple who desired to become man andi wife Tho congregation was small on account of considerable sickness through tho country and nIl eyes woro placed on a fow suspi cious young couples Bro Jack then said Lot the contracting parties come forward For a mo ment all was still as death then siloBce was broken by Andy Hanks and Miss Lula Chester walking in the direction of tho justice who with tho authority of tho law made two hearts to boat as one Your scribe wishes them many long andI happy days Jan 11 LONGFELLOW IrANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL YEN or women to travel for responsible es tablUhed house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable tlG weekly and expenses Position addreyChicago 2348 S r 4444AIr I We are r BADLY OVERSTOCKED tlIn The Mild II Warm is the Cause 20010 off Every Department SI andtExtreme Weather Winter t tvtltlbl ilIr 1EVERYTHINGt 1 Itof I est Prices Tills is no Fake dale but genuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 260 ojformer1 Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c JI Best Uiie of Overcoatss in tie Gltgu u I i Best line of Ulsters in tee CIty A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every DepartmentI LOUIS fl GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY eLEXINGTON KY ROSEckDAVISOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY j WE Home 1use1 IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WEIIempley only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited ppRjTp S LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor tIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Commercial Travelers Parties convoyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of tho public re spectfully solicited H F PIERATT II7 tt1IltliIIJaA ApTIjE REAT W NESS TRAINING SCHOOLS T SOUTH 9l nIldtilJSIrMM j HtrMCAtO or CUDUUB HOLDING HUE wsniwrt il11IIIV PIAIJu Nl1AM 3 WCOMKHOtO BY THE LEADING BUSlttSS MEN M 7 7 THE COUNTRY wt nOli nit WAIITI zOflKAlE frl 1 lrll i91 lG7h i 7r 7a y + M HANNAS CAMPAIGN f ecleyb 1mCxiixr laftjl1 ite IV 1r IIIslradi e IS r- ctr levs r8pcctnbJea pap r tllafzlth I f Thiladelphla Press says of tho prcsl tieni5 ttu and his cnmpnfgt manager There Is every reason why Mal Mc Klnloy would naturally turn to Mr lianas r cabinetIHapnafi wyi boac0e vfcer and it is entirely reasonable on the IIrt of the prestdent clect to lulrc that e he shall be constantly nt hand In the circle ii of official advisors Tho relations between t few public men have been such ao exist It Itetween these two conspicuous ilguros on f the national arena s If Hannn Is to be u close trusted y slid confidential adviser1 of the nejtt 1 president it would ou sonic accounts r be Uetter that he should be hi the ofll cln rather than in the kitchen cabi V jief At the held of department the country could at least have ItHeye on i him Publicity is better than secrecy In this mutter of props ton prcsl dent The relations between llannu arid McKInley as the former understands them have been sufficiently indicated In his speeches and Interviews Ho evidently regards himself as the manager of the presidenttobe as he was of the candidate He is to attend to the inauguration mid boss the administration Hunnns view of him self and his mission was indicated in tilt effusive speech that he made at the glorification dinner given to him i in Cleveland In this deliverance he I confided to the country the fact that two years ago Mr McKinley said to tvlthmtttt hands Considering what GovMoKin t het1est trusts and most remarkable court deuces on record f From that lily said the confided r la and confiding Hanna began this f campaign It was rather quiet at I first what the boys are likely to cull IJLi a still huntlmt it is true that it had if its birthday nearly two years ago it And ho proceeded to gloat over the re if milt of his delegate hunt and boasted that ho hail returned the majors honor unsullied How his own honor fared he haylmuaginecon cerning any man who was elected to the presidency in the first half ecu tury of the republic Not the peoples call not preeminent public service not exalted character or conspicuous abili ty in fitatesmanship bubMark Hannas still hunt for two years Is what ell vn ted William MeKinley to the presi dency according to the man who boasts f of it and who is put forward mxbnC of the main props of the incoming admin 1st ration Well may Mr MeKinley cry Heaven sine me from mv friends X Y World TARIFF VIEWS OF REPUBLICANSf intttpliif ItaiicllclarUH Who Want 1ro tiTtlonI- FI Wu want protection for our Aincr i lean industries assert high tariff re publicans What the country needs is a rev einic tariff hlwone that will prevent a tll fcit says Thomas B Heed a A petition has been presented to the p finance committee of the senate by- ii i 55 out of 5J of the wool linns of Bo ft ton asking for the immediate passage 1 of the Dingley bill as a measure of lr temporary relief to prevent the flood i lug of this country with foreign wool viisr f1 prof1t t ijiiVt t t would bencfitcastcrn interests which already hnve protection but would do j very little good for us in the west We i iin that section want protection for j leadKp among republicans us to what kind oft a tariff hill should be enacted thereI appears to be a lovely fight ahead on ImptUtlltlouI grnsptp goods which conic com petition with their own regardless of governmentThis vengeance Buffalo limes- POINTEDt PARAGRAPHS Tine McKinley administration will needan ample revenue to keep its ample promises St Louis 1epublic The thousands who turn out to FIt Mr Bryan every lay indicate that pupultritylIuffnloThe fact is noted by tho llocky Mountain News that English subsi- diesI aided MeKinley in the laic coin paign There is scant doubt about It JIt was an Knglish subsidy that uecurcd the passage of the act of 1873 by which silver wits Ii1011etiZCQKmnSas City Ii Times Hanna knows nothing of the I higher politics or of the moral and in ItclUxtuaJ Influences which move the people Without money he could npl tJpngliefl l i boo0e boodle And no cabinet can P I tb9U1ebJg t tt IT LOOKS VERY STRANGE v M llclilaleyEhrtml1r the IVopte to Wpe Out McKtleybltil There f congrCrSInthoJ wouldseemtlutHstantlullyuorcatHea 1mmto is perhaps too early malorltymonopolthtl1lvlnlntrlbutlouCtorcedlIJ10nastrongrovlvnloragainst the disturbnnre PostIt about u bironjf public sentiment against titrevival of MeKiulpyism just after M H ml tlAIIJlfllI sibsfantial justifiealJoh forllieTnttf StilipnorgibtlnnJydocsldcliinle TorTimesthatliecmnpalgltth bywhomorK imiilii r l1h hlniseltorthef pol1CIesud sociated with his name could be molt and overcome That is MeKinley was elected by thu people to wipe out M Kinleyism and wartt Off threatening hi I fluQiices with which MeKinley wax far years in sympathy ThiaJ result waif1 aehlcvediin the Times opinion througTi a most curious sequence of events the influence of delusions laud tic force oi circuniBtanccs i t- It I setquenecselection for till promotion of certain reforms or II man utterly oppoSCl t ithose reformsi Strange indeed Is tho combination of circumstances that con spired to this result It is not to be tendered at If sonic apprehension la rlfo as to the possible failure of the ouglithenI lvhfhasjiositlon in government through the in llucnce of delusions nay nut nnreii sonably luv expected to sthrtle the vied whol4itministration promises to be full of 3iP tcrcht for the students of govca r nun JJIlnghainton N Y Lewder f I POLITICAL IGNORANCE K Ono of tin Mnro rrciiiiliirnt Ichit trrx ol JCi iul llcanlHiii The republican press hums had much to say of late about the debasing effect ignorance on politics Its express ofII pose is to mall shallow people e that ignorance is responsible for the mil iI lions of votes lust for the democratic patty The Kcpiihllc showed from the statis I tics oAhe census that state for state except in the south the disadvantage oj illiteracy wax on the side of leI iImley It pointed out that in the southern states where the percentage of illiter acy is enormous the illiterate negro ele meat belongs to the republican party It i called attention to the fact that theii great cities which the republican pres itself has charged were hitherto demo cratic because of the large proportion of vicious voters this year gave great re publican majorities I I Hut now conies Senator Uill Chandler vociferously voicing a demand for the annexation of Hawaii with its popula lion of half and whole savages and many republican organs are insisting that there shall be mo restriction of im migration because the foreign element is favorable to tthe gold standurd and other republican policies and saved tho day for the party in the rccent ontcst Tills hypocritical policy is iii Keeping with the republican partys record 11 denounced the foreign voters ns igno rant paupers and anarchists as long ns it thought the democratic party got their votes The ignorant voters are the voters who do not vote the republican I ticket The favorite republican dictum is tint the intelligence of the country ought to control but from its stand point intelligence is the ability to make undcoiitrol mlllionsnnd hence the Intel ligence which ought to control the coun try is the money interests that eau pur chase the votes of the ignorant and depraved The republican party added millions of ignorant voles to the voting population solely because it believed they would perpetuate and extend the power tvf the party and it is willing to do it again whenever the chance otYcrsSt Louis Republic The rich manufacturers contrlb uteri liberally toward the running ex penses of time campaign Ilcasoning from the past they had good reason to hope tint time accession of the repub lican party to power would he followed bya return to the good old McKinley tariff times What more natural there fore than that they should begin at once a systematic agitation for another MeKinley bill Theyare simply following out i fundamental law of the protection school or finance the more protection a given class receives the more it wants once favored by special legislation it expects and demands al ways to be thus favored Detroit rce Presn A return to the McKinley bill will reactionAnds- now tlVerapid cxiensforrof bur fofelffii tradaN 1oild rt 1 t Jo i ictI 1rt AN CKIVO1KlFDGw- p EN iA GotdbUK Senator Admit Corrrctnets of the Sllrorltce Contention hns the taco of predictions made a rI- ng the late camta that It McKinley should be elected confidence would be restored and general prosperity ensue Senator Hoar of Massachusetts fnhla speech to the Homo Market club of Boston in reply to tho question Wha can we do to bring prosperity in the west and regain tilt confidence of Its people7 made the fol lowing reply to The answer is not a difficult out to make Tho Home Market club as its name Implies Is trying to build up a isarket in America for American rondo gouda That is a worthy object In Its fffort to this end it hits favored a high protective tariff In this connection wo will not cciticlM the policy which tho members of tintclub have favored and that IM the single gold standard The re sult of this policy which has Mien at tended with reduced prices for proper ty and falling prices in all lines of sta ple products has borne heavily on the west It has checked its growth para lyzed enterprise and induced stagna tion where activity should rule The impoverishment the people has fol lowedNaturally this condition of affairs has been reflected In the cast Time wheels of industry in the manufactur ing states have ceased to revolve There is no sale for the products The great home markets of the west are not buy lug timid hence there Iis no profit In pro Jucing This Is the secret of the stag nation in the east What is the remedy To increase the turin lEvidently it makes little difference whether custom duties are high or low so long as the people have no money with which to buy The first thing necessary then Is to establish a iystcm of finance which will restore val tics to property check the fall in prices and general activity in business out of which will conic prosperity Then with money In the pockets of Its people time west will once more become a pur chaser The eastern factories will be run to their utmost capacity to turn out goods because their home market has been restored In this manner alone can tho cast re gain what Senator Hoar terms time confidence of the west Vail for this the west voted in the last campaign and will continue to vote till It is re gained and the righteousness of the sil ter cause vindicated and recognized Is It not strange that a gold bug United States senator should admit as correct the sllvcrites position that nothing but a radical increase in our volume of money can stop the contin ual decline of all property values and increasing stagnation In business of all kinds No tariff legislation can dolt because pcople cant buy without money and with present prices the people cannot pay the interest on what they alrcadyjnve =Southern Mercury PROSPERITY IMPOSSIBLE Iraciit Ciiiiilltlnnx 1iirlilil lay Orrnt mid lirncnit MIIIIICHH Activity Any hope of general prosperity In this country under existing conditions or conditions in prospect is as kilo as a dream Prosperity is the name of a eon taut state of business activity It IB that condition in which money is seeking in vestment in other forums of wealth be cause of the greater prospects of profits in Loving ones wealth in property than in money Kcgardcd in the light of business forces all wealth nay be divided into two hisses 1 Money or securities in terms of money und 2 property or equitable interests in property If we use the word value in its true sense each of these forum of property is the measure of tho other for money is no more a measure of property value thrum property Is a measure of money value Trice on the other hand is a measure of property by money lime two forms of wealth stand In a reciprocal relation to each other ns measures each of time others value As a consequence when one form Is rising in value tine other is fulling nail vice versaUnder present conditions we hUe what Iis termed a falling market that is properties and equitable intcrchta in properties arc going steadily down No one who is time least observant pretends but that this is true Leaving out of con sideration the question What causes this movement1 what is hound to be its consequences What will be the ten dency of Investments Will people who have money or securities expressed In- fixed terms of money seek to change the form of their possessions to property of cquitable interests in property or will time movement be directly the other way and everybody who Is not now on the right side of the market be necking to dispose of their property that is to reduce It to time money forth It does not require a philosopher nor a statesman to answer this question If such is tho general endeavor and it Is the vory essentials of prosperity as de fined above are wanting Such coin iI dons do not and cannot produce pros perityChlcago Dispatch Thel1 QntractlonII notes redeemed during time year to the amount of 10780102034 Oh no there was no contraction of the currency This was the largest aniountdf any year In the last ten years and with tho ex ceptior of three years theJlargest since 1879r nnneapolls Penny Ivrcs oJ 0 o u GOLD IN THE COUNTRY rt t Not UU the d by Oold t lug to hoIn ClrelletleaCan neLoentec- The Boston Herald In trying t0d41n ontrato that there is more money in till country than needed states that on uio first day of November 1890 the amount of gold cx ih and gold certifi cates In circulation in tlihr country was about SGloOOOOQO The Boston Herald is doing n great Injustice to th6 peo Pie qf the United States by not telling them where this great amount of gold ComlltrollerEekolafind It and he dd not know of nnyouo in the United States who has been able to intelligently locato that amount or anywhere noun dept amount The truth of tlme matter J Herald is cUlicr woefully Ignorant or else Is doing Bomo downright lying about tlda fabulous amount of gold be lug in circulation A little while ng tho comptroller niadu a hunt for the amount of gold held in reserve by all time financial Institu tlons in the United States As a re sult of tho hunt it was found that there probably was about 100OUOOPO of gold held In reserve by every banking In stitution of every name anti descrip tion In thu country If we add to this time amount of gold in the treasury on November lINOOOOIOlt would make n total of 311000000 Will tho Butoii Herald or some other gotdbug explain where tho balance of this gold la to be found It is quito Important to time people of tho United States that It should be located somewhere bccausu the difference in tho circulating me dium per capita would amount to about four dollars for ouch person in tho utuon Will time Boston Herald under take to say that over r ll000000 of gold is hoarded I Tune people oh tho Pacific slope use gold as a circulating medium but the i amount in uiruulation there added to the amount round in Montana Idaho Nevada mud Colorado would probably not exceed 15000000 that is to say time amuiint of gold in the pouituts ot the people in these western States for practical use outsido of the banks would not exceed that amount Now It is not probable that 50000000 ot I gold is hoarded or has guile into hid lug east of time JiOcky mountains but if you add to tho 15000000 another 50000000 fur the total amount hoard ed in the last then tho total gold that would bu accounted for in tho Uulted I States would bu u000000 as lot h v- Amount of gold hold by all hank Ing IiibtltutluiiH In limo United I J1UOOQOOOOAmount thoUnltetl JIOOOJWI C5WWOOO I i Total J37yOOUUO- OJf thu hostel Herald or any other goldbug newspaper inn Intelligently account for more gold it is certainly their duty to the public to give the in formation Denver ftnmes Sun AGITATION Capital IM Nut Waiting Mcrttly for u lelhellos f Sliver I HCUNNIIII A Low puoplu mostly brokers of one kind or another are urging tho proposition that now that the election is over the tree silver advocates ought to cease laboring for bimetallism in order to pacify the nionoinutullistH of New York und elsewhere Theso biohcra evidently hope that a CCHSA tiou of agitation would soon culm these moneyed gentlemen uud gut thou into such a comfortable f mint of mind that they would condescend to loan money in what they cull time undesirable Bry an states If these brokers were right in their supposition that more loans might bo secured and they sire probably notthe thrift which would follow fawning iu this caso could bo but u poor and paltry substitute fur tho increase which must como as a result of honest manly effort in the right direction Time proposition of Limo blmutallists is conceded to bu correct by time ablest thinkers on time subject in the world Its adoption would bo best not nlono hoc time people of tho silver and Hold producing states but for till the states When the voters once thoroughly un derstand the subject it will be adopted Let the doctrine bu preached and discussed by our newspapers and public men and let the question be agitated on every reasonable occasion Io Invest ments would be made in Colorado and other states because our people ceased to agitate for free sliver They will beI made whenever and wherever there 1110II reasonable prospects of largo and if these are found no amount of sliver agitation will keep investora I away when there are investors any I where Denver TimesSun lniMiinl DUtrlbutlon The nation has increased in wealth enormously in tho lust SO years Time question is has it been equitably distributed among those who produce It Statistics show that the Increase in wealth in New York hUH been equal to that of U of the best states In time union St Louis Journal of Agriculture I 1 Auk Kniclnnth The secretary ot the treasury is said to be In quandary as to whether he should coin more copper cents or not Ho might ask Mr Hanna or try and1 fix upsome International agreement j Denver TlmcsSyn lre itralghI Out tor Hllve- rDoutlet any man any that yot havea yellow streak in your composition =+ Philadelphia Item Q titA ant dt f C n I A LITTLE NONSEf1IEIm I Iiya- is 1 f1t ct t l alnxrf b tnf1fRYea rather Wky Id tnItblmwiimy Ufo Yes but wItll anything df value 1 liieah TitBlWX t 1j3 t nCi eriMr tiraube cotlMt iu v 118to amen ri in csl l time + lC1JIIGINctdon WJlllcl what Yy wi ltoeachs text SomctiiiHr Iabout laflt faith like a grabs ofsome lliinllof ficcd nnsnylntothentofintAlil f git u move on jjfQiir not Jtll lUV Chi= cngo Tribuner= So joiihfiti I Baia tliliitc= wanhln and WncoiKilntlng businesS hat you Unjjlo ChrJslrjper Yell malt an when you wantanyditnglnniy lino youll find my studio ht No44 Strawberry nlleyIfnrperp Bazar Iathei Walt n year my son and you may feel very different Son con = ildentlytvc tested my love for Miss Higgins thoroughly mind I know it can not change 1vo played golf with her end I still want htv for my wife Household VotllH- APIHchcnfllonDcl11 moll said Willie CJriggH I hope that chrysait theSmums wont go out of fashion all of ix sudden as they threaten todo What difference does that mnl cIIIfI take mine off now I know I skimp take cold Washington StnrI=Tho MotherWlllle I am sorry to lens that you run your little wagon over one of time boys next door anti hurt him The Ullhhtt wasnt my fault I told him to get wit of the way My t wagons gut United States MulJ printed mi both sides of it and it doesnt have- t0 Stop for nobody Chicago Tribune BARBERS IN INDIA Alcn NIt Comfortably on Tlinlr Homo V randiiH to Uo Sliuvird The barber of India I hut man of much Importance He has no shop and dots nut solicit eiiHtomers bysigis ornymt boIs TIll Hindoo barber In a man of few words His principle IH n silent tongue and strict attention to business It the tourist in India observes closely the slivtim of life seen on the streets he will now and thin notice n man of quiet de meanor strolling along near the imamtrs currying a small hag or a rolledup bun till under Ills arm apparently nut very MilicitotiH of the attention of tho pasv crsby This Is tilt Hindoo barber He doea not like his Chinese compeer ring a hell or utter any cry Juletly ho goes along Immure lIlt a philosopher than n Bhaver of men limit despite tilt fuel that ho hUiuo shop eel lacks pump Ihe- i losilionTime Hindoo hitcher visits certain fam ilies regularly every morning Thu uiTvnut aniioiinces Ills presence and ho comes in with a salaam nail a morn Ing habit You Hit down comfortably out on the veranda The barber uurolln hlrt lit tlie bundle displaying two or threo razors n pair of sclKHors a small iron III sli anent to cut the nails a piece of leather for stropping and a little brass cup which ho tills with cold water hot water Is rarelyI used He curries no brush for lathering the face After stropping the raor ho wets your face lull commences his shaving operations A few light touches of the razor hardly I felt and the whole thing is done In lns time than U takes to till It After rHshaving he rubs time palm of hlu lined over your face two or throe mhnatcatIn this manner ho polishes your Rica to I such n degree tthat you Ire surprised when you loop In tho glass in fuel your own face would make a fairly good looking glass for sonic other person For his dully HervlccH he receives 70 cents n mouth A single tdiavc lIs ont cent amid the charge for haircutting ist from two to four cents t The barber Is also tho village mir gcon Ho performs time bleeding cup ping mad undertakes surgical opus tions It is hu who bores the girls earn and noHes for putting in rings Whcro thieve are no professional matchmak ers time barber nets nu a gobetween in marriages No religious rito can bo per formed without tho presence of time ra family barber At tho birth of a child time barber carries time good neWu to taw relatives of the family lie playn an Important port at a wedding it being his duty to dress the groom On the occasion of a funeral time barber shaven the heads of time living und time dcad Ho great is his power and Influence In N religion ceremonies that n Hindoo mourner is not considered clean until he is touched by n barber Cincinnati EnquirerChapped Kklu In Warm Countrlm 1t Traveler In Africa tell of u custom uliiifXHt universal among the nntlvel1ii that ofollotltlng OIl body with oil At tT first thought especially to those who w have never been In Africa It seem a dirty habit It seems however that time Africans use the oil to prevent chap plug of the kln The loot wind of ftt Nile region will chili an badly an IlhO jjortlier of the colder educates and it is not an uncommon ihing if something is not done to prevent ittorthe skin to crack opcit until theUlpt Uows Chicago ThneaHeralfd L lethe Near Fnture- Mm Jone lrca iUv youbavum 1LMiIr 5f old shoes J tThy Trninp Tnnks iady7nim ifor yen havV an told heeUVo0yejt l allfa worooutNYWordr ft J ff t1HiIII Atjij s trf tflO ttrr t s f i j Constipation 1 CMI tally W the Ildiaeess la toe werld It ntelM Ute Mgosted feed toe lose la the bowels satin frXaac HHnraeM terpfel tm ldl Hoodsbad lute eeak4 I tMffM tick headache te gawla1 ate Hoods Pins reeeMUUo and an Its Pinsftura84 tkoroutkry 25e All draggats I Prepared by R I Hood 4c Co Lowell Mass The only Fills to take with Hoods Sarapartn I j O33OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO X ILAft STATE NEWS 800000oooooooooooI I Gilbert Saylor is on trial at Pinejj ville for triple murdor Tho whisky men won at the local option contest at Morohend Lexington wants a curfew law to stop the roaming of robbers nt nightA 4 school in agriculture has been established at the State col logo at LoxingtonII Laughlin tho Bracken county I murderer was hanged tit Brook villo last Saturday Thoro will probably bo a Mormon t church established at Rose Hill Mercor countyjj The car stables and eight cars I of the Owonsboro electric road Tvore destroyed by fire j The city council of Catlottsburg has passed the curfew ordinance and the small boys aro kicking j a outitJJ Brookstown Madison county isI without n single girl Every girlI old enough to be a bride was nlarI nod during the holidnysJJ The tobacco barn with its con torts belonging to John harbor of Sandy Hook was burned Loss 1500 with no insuranco James Wilson n cripple was found half frozen in an alloy inI Louisville lying bosido a smoul dering fire built of IIIH crutchesI A hoary wind lifted a portion of the roof ofT Squire Yoisors barn near Danville The slice was 40 foot wide and 185 foot long A Chicago photographer will spend several weeks at Mammoth oavo experimenting with Hash lights to take intorior views of the ronowncdcoorn Eli Coloman a prominent far mer of tho Corinth Robertson county neighborhood was found murdered in his barn His body was fearfully mutilated An enterprising ground hog stole a Louisville policemans Sunday shirt and then took a piece out of the policemans arm when ho tried to reclaim the garment Mrs John Mock of Millorsburg has a childs bureau made by her grandfather Joel Howard nearly 100 years ago Tho bureau is rondo of cherry anti is in n good state of preservationMark of Morohoad will establish an immense stave mill at that place immediately in connec tion with eastern parties who will place the output of the plant largely for export A man harnessed as u horse and drawing his wife six children and household effects in a wagon pass ed through Louisville tho other day on route to Nashville Tonn They wore from Ohio A Padncah merchant discovered two sharps in his store trying to rob n farmer He sailed in and knocked both the sharps down and out He saved tho farmer but L almost broke his fist r A surrey in which were John Huggins his wife and 15yearold daughter was run into by an- N I do B train near Nicholas ylllt and demolished The people fcd Hoist eK pod IWOUB injury v 1 4 V Investigation will soon be made by an export in the Kinniconnick country Grecoup county to devel op the truth or error of a long cherished theory of local clay workers that there is a paying vein of fine kaolin in tho mountains that skirt tho narrow creek valley The Paris News in noticing the sale of the Kontncky Midland road says Receiver George B Harper says that the road was bought by a committee of persons who own Kentucky Midland bonds It is possible that the bondholders will extend the road to Mt Sterling in the future and connect at that point with a coal road running to Frenchburg MfNIftnbliihed house in Kentucky Salary aiBU payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress ed envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2343 leUrid Our Horses tad Hales I read in The Sun the other day a Sunbeam about a mule down south that had been driven on a street railroad and sold and that wouldnt go unless there was a bell tied to its collar- I heard of a somewhat simi lar case once around here There aro a good many retired car horses around Now Yorknot so many now as thoro used to be but quite a lot yet disabled for car service but fit for other uses and sold to farmers and others This was a a farmer that ownod this horse and it was not vicious or any thing of that sort but every now and thou it would stop as it had bees accustomod with the horse car and it was hard work to got it started again Been driven on a horse car haint he asked a neighbor one dayYes said the former Well why dontyou try tho boll on him said tho neighbor And the farmer did He put a gong on tho dashboard of the wagon and when the horse stopped the farmer would give him the old signalon the gong and the horso wouldstart up as promptly as could boo After awhile tho fur mer began giving him the signal to stop too and after that he never said ghedep or whoa to him but he started and stopped him by signals onI Iand tile old horso never went back on them Jupiter in Now York Sun A Proad Record Who was that Squire Huxtablo that died last week asked the caller at tho newspaper office Ho was a man responded tho editor of tho Perkins Junction Pal ladium who had taken this paper nineteen years always paid for it in advance never expected me to make a local item about it when ho put a now roof on his barn or sold his pork when ho came in to ask mo n question never began by saying an editor is supposed to know everything always sent a 2 bill with the wedding notice whenever any of his family got married and never had an idea he couldrun my paper bettor than I could Chicago Tribune Couldnt Swallow tho Whale Story Rev Henry W Pinklmm pastor of a Baptist church at Bridgoport Conn recently preached n sermon about Jonah iu which ho took tho stand that tho whale did not swal low the prophet Now ho is going to resign because his congregation says tho Bible says tho whale did swallow Jonahand th ro it must bo true Rev Piukham became prominent some months ago when one Sunday morning ho placed on his reading desk A kotUo of boor which ho said ho had bought on his way to church Ye Oara Cell la Oie Day Take Lartliro Bromo Qaicioe Tablets All druggiata refund the money if itfalls tocurt 25c S r + v ISHAIIAILS HJTOST M the featteM w Which Law UI WI The scaffold on which Robert Laughliu was hanged atBrookvillo has a remarkable history It was invented by Edward Fraught a superior mechanic of Lexington in 1870 Tho first man hanged on this implement of death was Isaac Turner in 1880 Ho was a young negro of this county and killed his mothers paramour because he abused her Tho next hanging was that of John Bush colored I who killed Miss Van Meter of this county Then followed the hang ing of Dan Timberlake a negro of this county who was convicted of assault on a girl nine years old This was in 1886 The same year the scaffold was shipped to Mays ville whore itcarried into eternity a negro named John Bulger who killed an officer It was then shipped to Morehoad that year and used n the double execution of William Neal and William Craft the Ashland demons who murdered a family and then cremated them and the terrible crime was followed by the lynching of their confederate Ellis and tho killing by the state guard of between 15 and 20 men women and children while trying to protect the murderers from a mob It was brought back to Lexington and on September 80 1887 was used in tim execution of Tuck Agee a white man who murdered his brotherinlaw For two years it remained idle but on September 27 1880 the now fa mous gallows was in tho jail yard in Paris mid from its crosspiece dangled tho lifeless bodof Pat Hunt who killed young Thomas on account of u scandal involving Hunts wife A month later the gallows was used in hanging Ambrose Miller colored at Georgetown for killing a white citizen It again come back to Lexington to avenge mur der this time a double one for it was used on February 20 1890 in tho execution of Tom OBrien the well known sporting man of Lex ington who was convicted of mur doring his wife and unborn child It was shipped to Owingsvillo whore on October 29 1802 Austin Jones colored was hanged It was used in hanging Henry Mitch oil Smith colored who committed an assault on an aged woman Mrs Mary Hudson in 1895 Laughlin was tho thirteenth vic tim Mr Fraught has sot tho gal lows up every time it has been used He thinks it will bo used to hang Jackson and Walling for tho murder of Pearl Bryan at New port Lexington Herald Wonderful am the euros by Hoods Sunwimrllla and yet it is only because as the one true blood purifier it slakes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills for the liver mid bowels act easily yet promptly 25c I Lee City Leo City is a beautiful little town located in tho eastern part of Wolfo county about 15 miles from Campton tho county seat about 10 miles from Hazel Green and 14 miles from Jackson in the boautiful and fertile valley of Red river ono tho host farming sections in Eastern Kentucky or as good as they have anywhere in tho state tho famous blue grass not excepted The town hue two stores doing a good business J T Day Co and Fallen t Allen It has one very good church and tho best public school building in tho coun ty and has n good school in sos sion now which is being conducted by Miss Ida Rose who is doing excellent work The pooplo aro a moral sober and business class of people 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