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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ty idti n II r r t HE Ii EL GREEN HERALDt h j v Established March 4 1885 r u e ORefjilfipENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor J r Of a X ij World With New From All Nation Lumbrlng at HU Hack 4t SIOO A YEAR AlwaYi In Advance 1 GWELFTII j YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUAIlY 21 1807 NUMBER 43 fchgion and Eastern Railway r t flya TaWo in Effect April 1 1896 Ir WEST BOUND F Noli No 1 Daily ex SuudaytI Lexington 10 00 nm 4 35 pm Avoa 0 31 nut 3 55 pat Winchester D 10 nm 2 25 pm- Farllo 8 M um 2 00 pat Indian l Ids 8 37 nm 1 10 Inn Clay cltr 8 19 am 11 40 nm s 10 nln 11 20 nmStanton Filsoa 7 55 nUl 10 48 nUl Dundee 7 l3 inn 10 178m K UBrlJgc 7 38 nm 10 07 atn Torrent 7 24 nut 9 35 8m- BeaUYVo Jc 7 03 am 8 23 nm ThreeFksC II 53 nm 8 00 nm- Athol 0 32 am 7 18 am Klkatuwa 0 03 am 6 30 am tknn 6 00 am 0 10 nm EAST BOUND l STATIONS rNo6I No2 Dally ex Dully Sunday I 2 20 pin 0 30 ntnLeilogtonAton 2 47 pra 7 08 aw Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am Filrlie 3 21 pm 8 54 am Indian Flda 3 37 pm 0 24 am 111 City 3 55 pm 11 45 nm SUnton 4 05 pm 12 10 pm Filton 4 18 pm 12 41 pin Dfidee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Nit Bridge 4 37 pm 1 26 pm Torrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm iMttjrte Jo 5 Ifi pm 3 05 pm IhttePlMG 5 26 pm 3 25 pm Athol 5 48 pm 4 12 pm Dkatava 0 12 pm 5 05 pm Jackson M l 0 20 pm 5 20 pm i Not 1 and 2 arrive nUll depart from C S 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Nctherland- II iJ LIVINGSTON rr Vice Pres and Gen Man CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent TIL- NOVEMBER 1st t Our 500 Watches at 800- I 1 800ee 000 I Ii 1000 700 ct 2000 1500 10000 7500 NE DIAMOND RINGS I 750 and upward I DOD VALUESAT I 1000 and upward arm Clocks at 90c and upward ime Clocks at 350 and upward- I A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed proportionatelyI IRED j HEINTZ rIr 135 E MAIN STREET tar PtOt LEXINGTON KY TIN QUANTITY BEdT IN Q- UADWORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIi FUCEFOR 20 YEARS htallod all WORM lIemedle ELY BOTTLE GUARANTEED lAOLD nx ALL DKUoai TtV Jinmiox raarcIII byT tons Ii t Wal1ilL EE H D SurgeonrSurgery and obstetrics specialty T COLVIN J WITH MBLE BROTHERS t ko1es1 e Grocers STERLING KY ryq LIVING IN BLISS SUBLIME BY BRAD MATTOON The life ofa hunter is full of strange and dangerous accidents andconstitutes one of the worlds wonders I am no hunter but I happened to go with a company of hunters once This company was called the Varmint Extermi nators and was organized in the fall of not so long ago I was in vited to go with tho company of hunters one night coon hunting and I promisod them that I would I liked the company of our school toucher so immensely as ho is so antic and full of laughable maneu vers I would in spite of bitter protest have him go too Tho namo of the teacher is Green Bury but ho is not half the green ber ry you would tuko him to boo Ho would not know a coon from a ground hog I have no idea but he was often heard to remark that he would give just the world to help catch a big walloping fat coon So we all wont Fair Luna gave us a bright and glorious light Everything seemed inclined to favor us Tho night was warm and still and the prospect looked as though our rambles over tho rock walled hills would he productive ofn shining success We wore loaded for coon and were so anxious for one that towering hills lingo logs and high cliffs were be neath our notice and wo skipped over them liko Vaches fox hounds But bo it snid to tho joy of tho wild throbbing hearts of us all before wo had been out so awful long the dugs with their bark spoke pence to our wearycoon sick souls Sure enough the dogs had put us a coon up a tree As the moon was shining very bright ly John the captain of tho hunting squad with those well trained greatseeing eyes of his saw it and with his old trusty rifle ho shot it out cawallip to the groundThis was excellent sport as well as luck But as Green Bury as well as myself didnt get to take much of a hand in catching this one nothing else would satisfy his insatiable greed for coon but to resume our rambles in conquest of another one This we did and be foro we quite traveled over hills innumerable tho dogs treed again As wo were going to them fifty de grees too fast Green Bury took timo to remark Boys this is living in bliss sublime On going up te tho tree aud looking around we couldnt see anything in tho shape of a coon All of us wore talking vchat was best to do cut tho tree lay by it till daylight or what when Greeu Bury came to our relief and said When I was a woo bit of a boy I got many a whipping for climbing and I just cant be beat for climbing I know what I will do I will climb this tree and rout that coon out there thats what Wo all agreed to it and he soon scaled up itsHo dis covered a large hollow in the tree Wo informed him that in that hollow ho would find tho coon Not caring or not knowing anymore about a coon than a rabbit ho ran his hand into the hollow of tho tree to bring the coon out No sooner had he done this till ho was seized by tho hand by a boar that had her young in the trot It leaped out of tho hollow onto Greon Bury Thon they had it in mad t dened fury but for a low moments and we wore greatly alarmed and excited by the wild and piteous groans and cries of him for helpII John grabbed his rifle and started to his assistance But abeut this time Messrs Greon Bury and Brl1II in in their tussle had got to the ground in some way What a fear ful dangerous scone I You ought to have seen it I Tho clashing of tooth tho yelling of dogs the I growlof boar and tho manful screaming of man In our wild excitement wo got to Green Bury as quick as we could and got him out of the dreadful battle that was going on Wo found him senseless unconscious drenched in blood j and his clothing literally torn intojj strings I was immediately disII patched for a doctor I wont al i most like I was shot out of a gun I did not find tho doctor at homo but on relating the circumstance to his wife she fixed mo up with some bottles of drugs and I WDSII soon back to tho place of tho tragic scene By this timo they had him restored to consciousness and fitted out with some clothing After taking about three gills of the drugs ho rapidly commenced to get better Green Bury rocovered and looks quite well but prints of boars teeth can be found on himII to this day The whole story is strange His greed for coon has been gratified and there is today quite a different song in his mouth Now when a week of his school is out j and ho wants to live in bliss sub limo ho goes to his home sweet home to find it and not in thu direction of Niggor Branchon a coon hunt as formerly MENEFEE COUNTY Trimble Bend Tremors Miss Belle Trimble loaves today I to spend a few weeks at Hazel 1 GreenDave Trimble son of D S hurt himself vory bad by jumping but is able to be around- J G Trimble of Mt Sterling passed through the Bond today en route to Hazol Green Johnnie Hurt aged 20 son ofII Wm Hurt died Sunday night andI was buried at Union church 011II Tuesday Trimblo Bond school closed Friday with a good attendance Itjj was late in closing on account ofII sickness of tho teacher J Jim Kilgoro will move from In dian creek to D Boon Trimbles farm about March 1 which will 4 add one more good Domocrat to this precinct Jan 20 DAs Restored Coalldence and Prosperity Rev Charles M Sheldon of tho Congregational church has just j completed a weeks canvass trying to find work for a man and his j team Tho man has a wife andJJ children and often tho family has gono to bud without toad to up pease hunger Rev Mr Sheldon failed to find a place in Topeka i whore tho man could get work Mr Sheldon said tonight This man with a team who wants work but cannot got it is a human interrogation mark to this city and state and nation He is one of two million lIe is to be found in every stato of this nationI What is tho nation going to do with him Rev Mr Sheldon will go before the legislature and ask that idle men bo employed by the state on tho public roads and worksTo poke Spec St Louis I public To Care Cold te 0 te Take Laxative Bromo All druggists refund the DaII lo COM 25cv 1 WOLFE COUNTY Line Locals Isaac Burkhart has taken a lease of S II Hurst ii Henry Banks is in a big way to soil out and go west The biggest part of John Gibbs family have been on tho sick list Bon Sowell and wife went to Campion this week tho formor to attend circuit court Don Hatton Jr tho walkingS bullof Kentucky was paid a fly ing visit by one of his sisters and 1 brothers Sunday last 1 What has become of tho muoht talkedof Campion paper Methinks it will have to got a fasterO hustle on if it over gate in shootJ ing distance of TUB HERALDt Uncle Milton Gibbs who is 80 ia years of ago was visiting relatives and friends on Holly last weok i and made everything lively by re lating big gamo and fairy talesII Vachablo Gibbs and Uncle Al len two noted nimrods of the mountains aro talking of making tho mountains resound with tho I report of their rifles on hunt of wild turkey bear etc J The society on Holly has jut proved greatly within tho last few i years Drunken rowdies are not i so numerous and difficulties and I disturbances aro not so frequent There aro roligious sorvicos at tho Elkins chapel every Sunday and ft no doubt they aro wielding their J benign influence for good on tho hearts of tho people This temple of worship will over stand and live a monument to the philanthropy r and memory of him at whoso expanse it was constructed Jonu than R Elkins Dont be too hard on thoso who aro in arrears Bro Cooper Tho j times are not smiling and grinning t and blooming with tho sunlight of r prosperity yet Tho sumo oldti horses are in tho gears of tho gov I eminent yet Wait till the Republican j team tried and true you print this or Ill club you is 1 put in the gears and then mako o your pitoous appeal for tho filthy o lucre But what shall wo do in t the meantime Paper and ink aro 0 spot cash and tho printers must I have their moneyED Hew mucus longer is the Gom of tho Antilles to bo cursed and pillaged by an army of Spanish J murdering cutthroats and wild J eyed hellish fiends Two years j a record of barbarous cruelty murder and bloodshed and still the beautiful island of Cuba so J near and dear to tho land of tho free and tho homo of tho bravo is haunted plundered and marauded by Spanish murderers wild devils and iucendiarics Yes Spanish scimotars still flash forth tho lightnings of fanatic hates andI innocent blood reddens tho soil of libertyloving Cuba Flames of burning buildings cast thoir lurid glaro over an earthly hell wherein Spanish fiends hold highcarnival ovor tho shedding of innocent blood This presents a sad pic turo to the people of tho United States who cherish independence as tho most sacred blessing of mankind Americans deeply sym pathizo with the Cuban patriots in their gallant struggle for their liberties and would only go too quick to their assistance but for the r 1s r r tJI Cleveland maladministratioa Ijl which says Keep hands off and iititnssmtyr a boiagbutchered dogs and that too by a pack of black hoarted bloodthirsty mon store 1 It is a disgrace to tho map of our country that such savage cruelty is tolerated in tho gem of the Antilles so near our shores will never be conquered by pain and should never abandon her struggle till independence in dependence forever is firmly in her grasp Cuba will bravely con- tinuo her struggle and when tho incoming administration recogniz s her belligerency as it surely will wo will help Undo Sam kick he sand in Spains eyes and putGatop to her brutal warfare tho shedding of innocent blond and the murdering of Cuban patriots- So mote it be r Jan 18 BRAD MATTOON limiHud at St leter burf In the Winter pulncc HttihhH Tlio empirorV gala f turnout connlstu ut CO Ilnnurerian liom Tlieue liorsca are perfectly white with blue eyes ami anything Wore luatfulllcont in the way of trap pints than their harnusKeb can hardly be conceived Uoveleet G W Atkinson ot Went i Virginia Is thus described in the Vaah ington Post Wen Atkinson as Isis friends call him Is out of the best lilted men uf the Mountain state of which ho IK a native Horn in the city j pussellIpaper practicing time When ho forsook journalism en tlrilyI for the bar ho moved to Wheel lag where he built up n paying prau tiff that was Interrupted tor n little while by his election to till FiftyUnitI congress Coe Atkinson laud node ilro for a eontlnnatloa of his career us a l representative and regards congrca iirrHlomil life as utterly without attrac tlonI COPPER FROM GREEN WATER Ilio Outflow front the Anncomtn 1111ne IoumJ tn Itn u Homtiixii Ono of tlie most Interesting nights in1- j till great mining town of Uutto iin the profess by which copper Is caught irons the emeraldcolored water that flown from the Anaconda and St Lawrence itilnu It is estimated that this water i which for tour or tits years went to- wufcte t IK now bringing the Anaconda company 30000 a mouth at u cost of about 1000 a month Jt in only tt ithhttbeprescntyenrthattitIlt company undertook to handle this water Heretofore It was worked imdct Itiihe An old Herman named Mueller was the first man to wive copper from tho water During the lust three years Thomas Led ford had a lease on the water He repull n 25 per tout royalty to the com I nanv It is claimed that ho realized at Graoie the little daughter of Wm Day of Frozen who was io 7i horribly burned some timo ago died last week Great sympathy in foil for the parents Rev Jas Little of Gillmore was hors last week tho guest of his brother Charles Thos W Hogg who has boon sick with fovor for some time IS expected to die v Upwards of 20 now studont eu v tered the Jackson collegiato uslii V tuto lost week r Porter and Mitch Crain are slow r ly recovering from a severe attack of typhoid A II and J Hargis aro in the city buying a now stock of goods E Honaloy has gouo to West Virginia on n business trip Jan 14 HAJILE ANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN or women to travel for responsible H 14 t- tabUahed houaeinICeatuoky Salary =780 payable 16 weekly and expenses POIlt1oR permanent Reference Enclcwo Mlfidd re led envelope The Natloaal6JlrJSIIIWJa Chicago 224 Tia t Pay up your subeorrllptioiri 1i t 00I c Itr r = w1 i r j t- t IC fT J LL r G ThE HERALD 8PKHCKR COOPER Putlus HAZEL GREEN i i t KY MAKES A qiFFERENCE Id laugh at the snow When the chill wlnda blow An IaprowUnVoyoWithskyterscowlln Defiance Id cast In the teeth o the blast An cellarAnWhen tho mercury sinks Ef I wus tho other feller 1 enoughWhen roughTcrt cumlyliut somelAn ycriimlyWhenk And tho credit Is slim I dont say In tones mild an mellor goodExKf 1 wus the other feller y Washington Star HIS LESSON John Smith n very cominun IInmek- IWan well educated of Hue personal up pleasing In manners willing to work but lacking in the faculty of getting on in the worKl lie was handy nt any ordinary kind of btiHinchs well liked by his employers mid judged b- yr outward nppcnrnnceH ought to hnvc succeeded in almost nay business enter 9 reni4 could fathom Leaving the high school with n medul for scholarship and the x reputation of standing in the first rank I among his classmates hu entered uponl 111 I tirrnu WO lor tnu iioine and after n little through increase of ff Svages or by tttrlklng out into business i for himself hu would be enabled to provide bountifully All this and morn f went trooping through his thoughts i null ho said No no dont think t emeu a thing Its entirely out of tl question Ill supply the money nn you tiny spend It Its enough fur you to care for thu home work John Smith lint peculiar Ideas as tt- c to thougiherlooking nftcr household curls Work of course she could In housewifery but not to cant money That prerogative thoughtAnt r Iturgeoncu In luxuries but It was sulliclctit for all necessary wants lie hud no iidea how his wife was compelled to econo wayludothe to dCllrhctl1herselfluive added greatly to her comfort an hence ho felt somewhat hurt that hla Wife should reflect upon his ability to sistance provide by hinting that he needed her a8j Mrs Smith saw the state cf his feel1 ings and sought to heal any wound her proposition had matte by saying Cur tfcluly John I shall attempt nothing of the kind unless you heartily approve of it 1 only thought this I am strong and healthy and could help you carry the burden of support If you think7 It wIFe Thats all Youre very kind replied John Jwaaewhat mollified but I dont thin r 7 1 7 It wise resides there is no need of It If the tltuo ever comes when 1 nccd your help In this way 1 will accept It tiasThanks dear I will keep tint promise in mind and her hued quietly slipped Into his hand their lips met and a sharp short loving caressing report floated out upon the air Mrs Smith wus no more satisfied with the state of homo finances than before All this talk did not enlarge the con tents of the home purse But what could she do To push her own ideas against the opinion of her husband would not be productive of domestic felicity She could wait and abide the coming of events In the meantime matters in the Smith household did not improve Mr Smiths wuges did not increase The expenses of the family did increase A young Smith appeared on the scene and must be provided for Debts be gnu to accumulate The outlook was decidedly discouraging Mrs Smith re solved to renew her suggestion of sup plemcutlng their resources by utilizing tier spare hours in dressmaking Spare hours repented John I should like to know where the spare hours come In between earing for the housework and the baby Oh I find a few when baby is asleep Then you ought to be asleep too We muni take things as they are nnd not as we would like them to be Pints true A Now John were running behindhand notwithstanding I try to econo uilzc In every wny possible and I see uj way out hut that of my resuming ty trade I cannot earn much but jetery little will help I Youre n jewclnlel John but j there lIs no need of your making n clave oj yourself For once we have sirucl tacit thut Is Aunt Lucy who died re i ejMitly left me 2000 which 1 nm to re rive in n few days at least so herI ttorney has written me When iit elites 1 will set up In business for my elf and that will end all our troubles Of course Mrs Smith was pleased at ihe announeement of this good fortune ut she was nut certain about the has tens project Hy close observation ofT ohns business enloulationt she hni line to tilt conclusion tlint lie was nott IIwnys considerate of his ability to pay tufore pureluiHing and she considered 1I his n very serious defect in n business nan Hence she questioned the wla loin of his starting out into business plltIlClrI I eck to inciease it by their united car lugs SIlt so stated the ease to her lusband and was laughed at for her ack of business knowledge aid IISo Ii red that the wny to Increase money s to invest it in profitable business cI- t t rpris t No no my dear said Mr Smith the way to raise n brood of chickens Iis fo put the eggs through the process of 1I111 hll t lou i That is true replied Mrs Smith Mint it is not safe to count Ihu chicken lofore they aro hatched Kgjrs often jpnll during the period of ineiibation nts eats and the pip sometimes decii ante thu brood and it Is only when the hlukciiK are siifllclently grown to he irotltnhly fricasseed that the successor liiukciirniNiiig can be positively est 1 liatcd Ill risk our eggs said Mr Smith Ivu been Idling goods lung enough tto now nil the Ins laid outs of the grocery UKincpH nail thats what 1 purpose to tart In Dont you worry our 2000 gacy will give us a competency for ur old age SnlltlbutfearsOurappcixniWell breezeAndOf course Mr Smith hud his own way I Ills wife had oat as yet asserted her outgrowIhouldidcathati tit husband or nt least yield to his opinion where there Is n difference of opinion Hence though not convinced ttabc acquiesced posscssiod SmithIIj of friends who gore him their patroni hrlsldyHIlij treatment of customers was kind nnd obliging his trade Increased rapidly n larger stock was needed nod lhe launched out as the demand seemed to require Congratulations came In from fill quarters and John Smith waxluttk upon ns the coming groccrymnn of U 511 plan At the end of the year Mr Smith to altnl account of stock struck n balance of loss anti gain anti found to his utter amazement that he was helplessly and1 givendt a ImrchnseelIleakages s against him could not be mot an ns clgnmcnt was Inevitable He foundj himself n bankrupt nt the end of tilt fleet year not through luck of hard work but through lock of shrewd busj ness management He foiled just where his wife feared he might In not con slderlng In the present howt ho would be able to meet the demand of U future He bought lavishly on creel d gookeft I f ir = bUSI1nrnI I I So John Smith was stranded on the dal wave of n twothousand legacy N or was them another tidal wave least him afloat again He waR out of work j niul out of money Everybody knew this Hence his credit was gone Ha h had no means of supplying the dally wants of ids family lIe was willing to work to do anything that would bring v ages but no work was at hand or prospccttvcly near Mrs Smith again mode the tlugr Put lion that she try her hand nt wage earning and this time she mode It with self nsxrrUon What could her husband say against tile proposition now Noth ing absolutely nothing for be tens stranded helplessly hopelessly with rut moncywlthout work without cred jit without any glimmering prospect ati relief from any other quarter I Mr Smith sat for n time in deep sled- sj j itntlon nod then sold slowlyUlt will I bo necessary for you to hire a girl to do the work and care for baby j Oh no It wont site replied you cant do the housework IuWh baby and dressmake too I am fully aware of thatI Who then will do the housework r You 11 Yet ot- Xeer Why not What wouKl people say I should 1 be the laughing stock of the whole CIUI i miinity II Hetter be tint than starve or big or struggle on in poverty You have ttried curl failed and now I purpose to j lIuclij pie may think or soy We are too poor itc start DIY by hiring help we wonti i begin alone 1 ask you to help mu in thu j i only way you snot If we succeed peo jpie will respect us 1 if we fail well itj will bts tuft enough to settle that when failure cones If we sit down do noth jing but drift on the tide of misfortune they will despise us and let us drift Mr Smith could make no reply but did not take kindly to the proposed plan He would think about it anti lie dii think about it far n week while his wif was fuletly engaging work He sought i j for work himself sought diligently hutI sought in visits No work for him was tuIj be hind portly because work was scarce nnd partly because the groeeryinen owed him no good wilt in t bathe hadI Isai himself up In opposition to them and thereby alienated n part of their tride lint something oust be dune null done soon for starvation was al leady nt the dour Ills wifes scheme was practicable that he could ace She was skilled in dressmaking anti would1 j find no ilitllculty in obtaining work j hill till ell rlllc of hvingon the produ j of his wiferii labor ruse up before him us a thing unbearable John however i i j was not a fool nail t aw that pride was jj exclcelinglI i poor substitute tat food Hu knew hu could do thin housework that is In could learn to do Ittor hu hurl otter assisted ills mother in the days of hltt youth Why hot then accept his wifes propoKition If she could succeed ngliiisinesH better thou he why not lc her take till business end of home I lifeII That would lie sensible and I j hike whatever remarks people i j make about it Why then husitatu to do it Hu resolved to hesitate noj I longer Ho would pocket ills pride do I what seemed for the best anti trust 1rovldencu for the result I With this resolve John went home feeling snore like a mutt than hu hail for weeks As hu entered the house he laid nuldu ills coat walked up to his and UisKcd her saying smilingly wlroII am ready for work Install mu in the kitchen leach me how to cook and dare for the louse null Lmhnmll will doII she replied tt it a arrangementThey ing surd when the morning clime John was early up pru ared the brelll ate heartily of the plain load then got jilt the tubs and set about doing Mon ays washing He wits no man to do half way what he hind agreed to nor to do it wblnlngly He had sut himself to do the housework nnd purposed to do it to the best oC his ability Mrs Smith wert out anti soon le- I turned with tho work she hind alreadyjI engaged Thus the new arrangement commenced It worked capitally Mrs Smiths reputation and skill brought lIn more work than her own hands couldI engngctJntlilsteloll n dozen noel so in a few months It iI Mrs Smith found herself nt the head of largu and profitable j dressmaking cy j tabllshmcnt lire success was mnneltt UIChighestrapidly The question of support the home solved CurI OllIncedIt j than ho hind formerly token her to bot Hu trig How was FntlllfledII model of neatness and good order Thl i kind of work fitted him to lLTICClian i Nor was he ashamed of It either Ilhc himIIdisputedt1 y of you to do likewiseIj I And WOJlr1 1t1WolnaQs Journal u L INTERCOURSEI Ilfo A icrtln6 Them elves Here Vnshion Is mendliiff her ways in the direction of sense mid sincerity In lines of soclul intercourse The woman who designates upon her visiting card unI nt home day must always whatever temptation may arise to be elsewhere be tastefully gowned and ready to re ceive her friends at the appointed time The hostess who does not restrict tho visits of acquaintances to any day may still retain their good will and her own nclfrcspect She Is no longer not at home but more truthfully regret that site Is engaged by this message protecting her own conscience nnd that of her servant ns well The wellbredI visitorI will accept this graciously knowing from experience how Impos Bible it often proves under existing clr I cumstanees to set aside pressing du ties for the chance caller Formal visit t ing is nary limited to afternoon hours j ns less liable to conflict with necessary appointments of doily life The latch string of hospitality still remain uu E for close friends who drop In at nitI times according to Impulse and conivcniencc A tint line of courtesy lends the visit 4orbut to inquire if Mrs Illntik is rcceiv Iing If answered in the affirmative asks It she will see Mrs S It lin the negative then the card is left In evidence of tit call Cards are in a measure falling into disuse the ling 1 lish method of announcing guests be iing very generally accepted in the bra circles ofsocietyn pasteboard only left when the lady is out or not re ceiving At social functions lllt trot the dinner of ceremony guests are n expected to take leave of the host and hostess when departing n curd left on tit hull table covering this point of civility This method Is the outcome of teas j nelpIi prlserlhnlbj I otIt These affairs alTord opportunity to enI tertain twin the number of guests without the discomfort of n crowd when the service in the diningroom iis continuous Perfect independence i granted such hostess in the matter of imenu anti decorations light refresh ments and n few cut lowers now teo ntded to bunImore lt efforts of tit florist anti caterer The woman who cannot afford to entertain at the presentj day Is hindered by pride and iIg norance of societys vaw rather than n light pocket book We have notch to thank our sisters across tthe water furj in this mutter so surely hut certain y fatr assorting themseives in this country Table Tall ITHE RUCHE FASHION iIt WHH Kxrliixtvo nt rir t not It II isInSow Iot Ih Irltl- At tIlt begliiiilng of the season it in well to look with suspicion upon tIle fashion which seems most in fat or for titers always hovers rotund it the dan j el that a little Inter Itt1austuunIii ill just what has happened this Earltj appeared ns one of thc fall novelties It came in the effective changeable taffetas with n narrow vel vet edge and could be bought by the yard Women soon snit tint the rnehe thllthlnrllllllhtcomIllI11lln anti there the downfall of the began Now it IIs seen more often lunltfousfrillsfrillsIarryI second lust one meets is thoughhmany of the hots lire French creations and costly the popularity of the ruche detracts much from their distinction Hats Holttornamented with a ruche AH for the taffeta ruche used nsa hone one sees It everywhere So the women who are fond of exclusive things are ruchlXY I Potted tiunip Partridges quails anti the smaller woodcock urn very dainty when pot nudhonesplcb white jeppcr and salt mix to gethcr and rub curry part of the birds with this One must use ones own din cretins ns to proportions Pack the 1mkIIiK nndiIcover and water crust Tie n paper over this anti bake for rather than nhullre move the crust anti pack the game in n large jar nnl enter with melted but ter They will keep for a long time if nlways carefully covered with but blollcelInellls EggsIhheaping tnble pumpkinnoar antI onehalf pint rich milk Mix nqtinsh or pumpkin smooth with flour add milk Sweeten to taste add u tiny pinch of salt flavor with nutmeg Pour Into goolJlleadeiphia Press r- C ioo1po+ ra Oae Dollar Is true oltlp of nOCdfI S5porilltt ietscconomJtog9tlloodstvheaerpeed a becauy HoodsSarsaparilla j la thebestIn t t tho Ono True 01oo4pyrltet Hoods PI IIS cure take LlTerIIII ea1eeUIIY w opcrut4lc GuildI I The son of the prince identl and in this capacity has contributed I manytth 107 articles to the annual ex hibltion of the guild which was oprnfd recently nt Uio Imperial InsUtatet ost of the workers naturally tire Eladles j but there are also men Quo Icintrs The duchcs of Tcck the gen rrXIIIIIhIewhile the duchess of York scuds la 134 Princess Edward of 8axe Weimar 42 Ln11y Vernon Hnreourt 2OSS lion Mrs Halfonl l22i and IIrs lafll Kllis tin honomry wore J lacy 3002 Tlitt grand total ofartieJM rcculvwl from till various branches ot the London guild Is Omn coiisldff able advance upon the number sent in tlast year Tlie Way to Advance ofnAmpMiill When he was ta junior clerk In tin foreign ofllce lx ra Palmerston tJien foreign Kteretary ln trvnlucttlan Innovation whereby In stead of brim solemnly Miinmoneil by a verbal message the clerks were ox houghnlrrutedjlike footmen tried to organize re sistance but OlIo Husnell ns he then wu refused to join the rebellious move meathatIUgthat whatever fmthul1np prised him most quickly of hard ialmerstonH wishes was the method ricvcdiclerks regarded him ON a traitor to hit tmier lhilt lie dial nn ambtissodor J An AfterDinner Ulnrovirry i It was just titer dinner nnJ they found the little girl crjiujj pltcoutlv Ito herself It hind boon n good dinner ianti sir lujcl eaten heartily and them couldsee no reason for her dtitrcvi What is 1 the matter dlase her mull rr asked sympathetically The trots were running anti she cull hard y specie She managed to sub glut 1 1111111uOh my dinner arise so hart that I wish thirst I did not hut c it0 A Mixed VcnlJrt Y lM A London jury the other tiny bmtlffhlV ties following decidedly inlxoil ver dirt We find tot prisoner rt rUtvanti that he admitted his guilt trough lIgnorance and we strongly crmmenJ him to mercy IUiKAiin toothache flCIIiit t n St locals Ol will ciuxthnts trw uphlIRl1 1111IIIIIKCAIIY Jluntlnnton hid Nov 1J191I ttrtrncrflthatI JLNbOilwithottIltllH as Gladness Comes With a better understanding of the phJjIlentfort gcntlc clTorts pleasautcl arts rightly directed Thoro Is comfort intthe knowledge that so many fornisofIsickness are not duo to any actual enAe but simply to Ii conlttrLtcdCondl pleasantfamilyIjrrnmorcs That is why it IK the only remedy with millions of families and w everywhere ustccmcd HO highly by nil who value good health Its benefteinldeffects are due to the fact that it Is tho one remedy which promotes Internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts It Is therefore all important in order to get its bens Hcial effects to note when you pur chase that you have the genuine arti cle which is manufactured bv the Cnll forum Fig Syrup Co only and told by uggistsIf of good health FotherF wfllicted with any actual dlpuqse one may bo commended the most skillful physicians hut If iu need of n laxatlre thorVcUlnformoe1Figs stands highest und Is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction 0 1 r 4p I I I 1 i I ti i 1 d I T V7 TT rrrT 1 f TAMAGrES SERMON Htit Noted Preacher Discourses on the Question of EveryDay Religion I II pc i tit frit Soma Plain Troths That Sound lsh and aitutJIa TrueH Spare v Xolblneut That 1lakt v Religion Whtcti Is AU TalkII 1 vllup text Chosen by Dr Tolmage Sun ic1JVas Janios il 2u Faith with tt works is dead The Koman Catholic Church has been Icd with putting too much stress l worlts and not nnoughyP good upon faith I charge Protcstauism wit polling nut enough stress upon good yrerkH as connected with salvation mood works wll never save a man but If tmm havo nut good works ho has Bq real faith unit no genuine religion I Thtre are tho o who depend upon the fsltj that they arc all right lubidc while their conduct Iswrong ofillile Their religion for tho most part Is made up of talk timorous talk fluent talk boastful talk perpetual talk They will enter tale you by tho hour lIn tolling you lOw good they ore They conic up touch a higher life that they have no patience with ordinary Christians in the plain discharge of their duty An near as I can tell this ocean craft is toady sail und vary little tonnage jViretopiuast staysail forttopmast studding sail nmintopsall mizzen topsaileverything from flying jib to lMcupinkir but making no useful voyage Now the world has got tired of tltivtnrl it wants n religion that will work into all the circumstances of life Wo do not mutt a new religion but the religion applied lin nil possible directionsYonder is n rivor with steep und rocky banks and it ro rsllko a young Niagara us it rolls on over its rough bedg It dues nothing but talk about itself all the way front its source in the tmmntain to tho place where it empties IOu the sea TIm hanks are so steep that the cattle eau not come down to drink It dues nut run one fertilizing rilllnto tin adjoining field It hart not en grist milt or factory on either side It sulk in wet weather with chilling fogs No one cares when that river is burn+ among the rnclsllIul no one cares yonderiswith the warm tides and it rocks with floral lullaby the water lilies asleepOn its bosom It invites herds of cattin and flocks of sheep and coveys of birds to cone there and drink1 It has three grist million one sidle andsix cotton factories on the other It is the wealth of COO milos of luxuriant farms The biros of heaven chanted when it was born in till mountains and the ocean shipping will press in from the sea to hall it as it comes down from the At laude coat 1 he one river is a man who lives for himself The other river is n man who lives tar others Do you know how the site of the ancient city of Jerusalem was chosen Thcru were two brothers who had adjoining farms Tim one brother blilin large1 family the other load no teeny The brother with a large family said There is my brother with no family he must be lonely and I will try to cheer him up and I will take sore of the sheaves frond my Hell la the uixhttimo aud sot them over on his farm end say nothing about IU The other brother said MyI brother has a large family and it is very dilll cult for him to support them and I will help him along und I will take some of the sheaves front my farm in the nighttime and sot them over on Ills form and say nothing about It So the worlc of transference went on ught after night and night after right but every morning things seem fll to be just as they were for though sheaves had been sub tracted from each fnrm sheaves shad also been added and tho brothers were perplexed and couldant understand But QUO jJMRVtho brothers happened to meet Jfhilo tanking this generous transfer jftice and the spot where they mot was tosacrcd that it was chosen as tho site tradition ficvcrthelcss stand as a beautiful nllc Coryselting forth tho idea that where ttr a kindly and generous and loving act Is performed that Is the spot for woe temple of commemoration abouttthih workskyou agree greata pracftwalpracticalijtliglon labelingiflifoods facliftT I say1tSwitzerland when it was manu 5 ietured in Massachusetts It will not WWW tho merchant to say that wine I fromPbilkalong by the store shelves and- r off the tags that mako mlsrcpro r tttonIt will not allow the mer 4 lit to say that is puro ec fee whoa r eadolfon root and chlccory and other t 1c1lents go into it It will not al 1 him to say that is puro sugar a there are in it sand and ground fu1jllia I 4 4 1- I I shstorestreet ofmanyshow that it is pwitcloard I thisprncttcalIntogrocerytheplugs dtInfrontbark thatla sold brlthatek itwillblue from ten leaves tbfloura and soapstone and it will by chemical nnalyslssoparato thoono quart of wa ter from the few honest drops of cows hmilk and it will throw out tho live an imalcules front sugarsThereof articles of food that it isnn nmnze healthymanJlcnvenIwily knows what they put into tho spices and into the sugars and into the drugButrevolaLions chusetts analyzed a great amount of what was called pure coffee and found InEnAlond ijII putting of alum in bread The public OcihrendI physician writing a prescrip tion does I maybring tohismaybeby n cheaper article and another drug may bo in full force and so tho prescription may have just the oppo situ effect intended Oil of wormwood warranted pure from loston was found to have 41 per cent of resin and nice hol and chloroform Scammony is ono of the most valuable medical drugs It is very rare very precious It is tho sap or thn gum of n tree or bush in Syria rho root of the tree is exposed an incision is make in tho root and then shells are placed at this incision to catch oxIudes It is very precious this scam mony lint tho peasant mixes It wIth a cheaper material then it is taken to Aleppo and tho merchant there mixes It with u cheaper material then it courts on to the wholesale druggist In London or New York and ho mixes it with n cheaper material then it comes to the retail druggist rind ho mixes it with cheaper material and by tire time tho poor sick man gets It into his bottle it is ashes and chalkand sand and sonic of what has been called pure scammony after analysis has been found to be no scammony at all Now practical religion will yet rec tify all this It will go to those hypo critical professors of religion who got a corner in corn rind wheat in Chica go and New York sending prices up and up until thor were beyond the reach of the poor keeping these bread- stuffs in their own hands or con troll lug them until the prices going up and up they were after awhile ready to sell und they sold out making then helves millionaires in ono or two years trying to fix the matter up with tho Lord by building church or u unlver ity or a hospital deluding thorn selves with tho idea that tho Lord would be so pleased with the gift Ho would forget tho swindle Now as such a than may not have any litur gy in which to say his prayers I will compose for him one which ho is prac tically making Oh Lord we by getting n corner In breadstufTs swum dled the people of tho United States out of 10000000 and mado suffering all up and down tho land and we would like to compromise this matter with Thoc Thou knowest it was a scaly job but then it was smart Now here we comrrotnlso it Take ono per cent of the profits aunt with that one per cent you can build an asylum for these poor miserable ragmutllns of the- street and I will take a yacht and go to Europe forever and ever Amen Ahl my friends if n man hath got his estate wrongfully and ho build a line of hospitals and universities from lmera to Alaska ho can not atone for it Af ter awhile this man who has been get ting a corner in wheat dies and then Satan gets a corner in him Ho goes into a great long black Friday Ac cording to Wall street parlance he wiped others out and now he is him self wiped out No collaterals on which to make n spiritual loan Eter nal defalcation But this practical religion will not only rectify nil merchandise it will also rectify all mechanism anti all ton A time will come when a man will work as faithfully by tho job as ho does by time day You say when a thing is slightingly done Oh that was done by tho job You can tell by the swiftness or slowness with which n hacknian drives whether ho Is hired by tho hour or by tho excursion If ho is hired by the hour ho drives very slowly so as to Ttnko as many hours aa possible If ho ia hired by tho excursion ho whips up the horses BO as to got around and get another customer All styles of work have to be inspected Ships suspected horses inspected machinery Inspected Boss to watch the journeymen Capitalist coming down unexpectedly to watch tho boss Conductor of a city car sounding the punch bell to provo his honesty aa a passenger hands to him a clipped nickel All things must be watched and inspected Imperfec tion in the wood covered with put- tr GarmehU warranted to last until e ShQ4ijd andironuni Spavined eys lor several days mado to look spry Wagon tires poorly put on horses poorly shod Plastering that cracks without any provocation and falls ofT Plumbing that needs to be plumbed Imperfect car wheel that halts the whole train with a hot box So little practical religion in tho- iii mcchrnism of the world I tell you my friends the law of man will never rectify these things It will bo tho allpervading influence of the practical religion of Jesus Christ that will makeI I tho change for the better Yell this practical religion will also go into agriculture which is proverbi j ally honest but needs to be rectified i 5etHliIyoung farmer arms on shares it will keep tho man who does tho work from making his half three fourths and it will keep tine farther from building his post and rail fence on his neighbors premises and it will make him shelter his cattle in the winter storm and it will keep tho- i old older from working on Sunday aft noI over the barn and over tho Held and over tho orchard yes this practical religion of which profossions sponsibility in defending innocence and arraigning evil and expounding tho law and it will keen him from charging for briefs ho imVer wrote nUll for pleas he never made und for percentages ho never earned and from robbing widow and orphan because they are defenseless Yes this prac tl phldanN sponsibility as tho conservator of tine public hoalth a profession hon ored by the fact that Christ Him self was a physician And It will make him honest rural when ho does not un trylugponderous technicalities or send tho patient to n reckless drug store be cause the apothecary happens rb paya percentage on tho prescriptions sent And this practical religion will como to the schoolteacher molting her feel her responsibility in preparing our youth for usefulness and for happiness and for horror and will keep her from giving a sly box to n dull head chastising him for what ho can not help anti sending discouragement nil through tho after years of aUto time Tills practical religion will also come to newspaper men and it will help theme in the gathering of news and it will help thom in set ting forth the best interests of society anti it will Ikeep them from putting the sins of tho world in larger typo than its virtues and its mistakes than its achlcments and It will keep them from misrepresenting interviews with public men anti from starting suspicions that never can be allayed and will mako them stanch friends of tho oppressed Iinstead of the oppressorYes religion this practical religion will curie und put its nand on what Is culled good society elevated society successful society so that peo ple will havo their expenditures with in their income and they will exchange tho hypocritical not at homo for tho honest explanation too tiredorUtoo busy to see you mud will keep innocent reception from becoming Inv toxicated conviviality Yea thero Is great opportunity for missionary work In what are called time successful classes of society In some of tho cities it is no raro thing now to see n fashionable woman Intoxicated in tho street or on tho rail car or the restaurant Time number of fume ladies who drink too much Is Increasing Per haps you may find her at tie reception in most exalted company but she hums made too many visits to time wineroom anti now her eye Is glossy und after awhile her cheek is un naturally flushed and then sire fUR into fits of excruciating laughter about nothing anti then the offers sickening lotteries tolling some homely man how well ho looks anti then sine IIs helped Into tho carriage and by tho time the carriage gets to her homo it takes tho husband anti the coachman to got her up the stairs The report is she was taken suddenly ill nt a got mnn AhlI no She took too much champagne and mixed liquors and got drunk That was alL Yea this practical religion will havo to come in anti fix up tho marriage rev lation in America Thoro are members of churches who have too many wives and too many husbands Society needs to be expurgated and washed and fumigated and Christianized Wo want this practical religion not only to take hold of what aro called the lower classes but to take hold of what aro called tho higher classes The trouble istbnt people hue an idea they can do all their religion on Sunday with a hymnbook and prayer book and liturgy and some of thorn sit in church rolling up their eyes as though they were ready for translation when their Sabbath is bounded on all aides by an inconsist ent life and while you are expecting to come out from under their arms time wings of an angel there came out from their foreheads the horns of a beet J I I religIonepartunInI religbroughttime we have the daguerreotype and photographbutthese arts aru only new appliances of gloriousGospelgraph tho imago ot God on one soul and daguorrotypo it on another soul Not a new Gospel but the old Gospel put to now work In our time we have had the telegraphic invention and the telephonic invention and tho electric light invention but they are all chil dren of old electricity an element that the philosophers have a long while known much about So this electric Gospel needs to flash its light on the eyes and cars and souls of men and to become a telephonic medium to make time deaf hear a telegraphic me diutn to dart invitation and warning to all nations an electric light to illumine the eastern and western hemispheres OospeldolnANow you say That is a very beau tiful theory but is it possible to take ones religion into nil tho avocations aunt businesses of lIr011 Yes and I will give you some specimens Medical doctors who took their religion into ovcryday life Dr John Aberoromble phylclRn of the Hrain and Spinal Cord no moro wonderful thrum his book on Time Philosophy nt tho Moral Feelings and often kneeling at tho bodsldo of 1111in1 under tho bencdltlon of tho dinAII Edinburgh myself remembering himI as ho sat in iris study in Kdlnburgh I talking to mo about Christ and his i hope of Heaven And a score of Christian family physicians In Washington just as good as tiny were- INTERESTING ITEMS THE hide ofa hippopotamus in cor thin parts attains a thickness of two inchesA who huts tried It says that two or three dandelion leaves chewed be fore going to boil will always induce sleep no matter how nervous or wor Fled a man may be MAHSACIIUHKTTB has a population of RIO persons to the square milo An equal distribution throughout tho union would give 1118045000 people or say 375000000 ballots to bo counted on election night I I Tine number of hairs on tine human scalp varies from 00000 to 1JOOOO A single hair can support a weight of two ounces and is so elastic that it may be stretched one thdrl of its en tire length and then regain its former size anti condition I IS Holland a woman iIs n secondary consideration and a poor eonsldera tlon at that No Dutch gentleman I Whim walking on time pavement will move out of his way for n laity Tho I latter turns out invariably however in HMor dangerous the street TIIKIII Is n haunted cnmp near Iron Mountain lIch tip In tho pine woods whore tho dishes rattle on tho table and nil sorts of noises prevail without apparent cause Any party of deer hunters wishing to have tho plnco rent free and also to earn Sib can do so by sleeping thorn ono night fco says tho owner 11 W 0 who has moved out of tho camp anti is afraid to stay there KvKiiYHOUY smokes in Japan The pipes hold n little wad of fine cut tobacco as big as n pen It is fired and the smoker taken a long whiff blow lug tho Kinoko in a cloud from tho mouth and noso The Indies havo pipes with longer stems than tho men and if ono of them wishes to show n gentleman n special mark of favor sire lights her pipe takes half a whiff hands it to him anti lets him finish tho whlirKKW people understand how to stop a runaway horse Tie proper way is to run in tho direction tint the horso Is taking and as ho catches up with you jump for tho bridlo and hold on to it running beside tho animal mean while Tho check will cause tho ani mal to slacken his pace and stop Thcso directions form part of tho first instructions given to tho police ono of whoso chief duties is tho stoppage of runaways lC they were moro goner ally understood by tho public at largo fewer accidents would be recorded PKHIIAVS time most precious sword in existence lla that of tho gackwar of Haroda Its hilt anti bolt are incrusted with diamonds rubles and emeralds and It is valued at 220000 Tho shah of Persia possesses a sword valued at 110000 His father woro Lon his firaI visit to Europe There are some cost ly swords in India and both the czarI and sultan pos css jeweled sabers of great price Tho most valuable sword In England is tho one presented by the Egyptians to Lord Wolseley Tine hilt is sot with brilliants and Iis valued at 2000 A iiEMAnKAULK case of mistaken identity Is reported from Fecamp The body of a man was found recently in Rue do Valmont and after tho usual formalities was burled as that of an octogenarian named Godefrey Two of Godefroys daughters attended the funeral When they returned home they nearly died of terror at finding their father sitting in his usual place near the fire The error was due to a remarkable likeness between Godo 10111141deadI A O tUII V t PERSONAL AND Mr lK ONAU Time lag fudge Ira C Parker oftForf Smith who Neil the sail distinction of having sentenced atone murderer a lo death than any other jtKlfsltftfr1 history wits personally oneoftlit- t x ut k snag1Yt- L G of thb Century MfigazlncuuadekUHUirt In ute IH Canada He had a ahnprfoiticurlew lit Montrealanti first canoe io tattliroughtiearelttoncssofLorss w1i6gaWnlinTa coaunk ron to deceroVSe Kevcrnl room In time castle For tlid- lust 15 years ho has lived In New Yerk city i Popularity proved toorauqV for a Canadian widow Mrs Settle Thoinp eon living at Erlnavlllc near KliigHthhi ninth she threw herself into lleuvcr lake w soughther I bands death Her brother inlaw rca cued her and when she hitd time to think it over she regretted her tnncyaII ugh Nicholson has como over from England to further the vogue of mini turo painting in the interest of the London Society of Mlnlnturo Palatcra nt which he IIs a member This in the first society of the kind and it wise organized I because this class Of painters felt that they hind no fair show in the Koyal academy exhibitions Thry were allowed to e hlbltn out 3pOporJrajtst along with the 2000 or 2ftOQ other works limit tdines not Vuittheiri They lnxt on xepnratn shows and have or jnmled for the purpose of holding i Ji thrni 1Th ear of ItiiHHla huM four separate services of horses and carriages inamely the ItiiHMlan French KnglUh iand gala soft Each set comprised at least 60 horses ThultU8xlnn set nc- companies the emperor wherever he fines and at Uatchinn It in used to ether with the Knglltth set The gain mid roach horses and carriages arc housed at St Petersburg In the Winter palace stables Tho emperors gala f turnout comdstti of CO Ilnnovcriau horses These horses are perfectly white with blue eyen and anything more magnificent In the way of trap pings than their harnesseb cnn hardly be conceived Uoveleet G W Atkinson of West Virginia IH Unit described in the Wash ington Post Wes AtkhiROii an iris friends call him is one of tho best liked teen of tho Mountain state of which ho IH n native Morn In the city IUll8cII iil i paper practicing nt tho sumo lime When ho forsook journalism en tirely for tint bar ho moved to Wheel lug where he built up u paying time flee that was Interrupter for a little r while by hili election to tint Fiftyfirst eongriMH lav Atkluxon hud no desire fur a continuation of iris career an n representative and regards congrcs Hloiuil life IIH iittifly without nltrnc tlon COPPER FROM GREEN WATER Ilio Outlloxr from ttiu Annconiln Dihia Inuiiii to lie n lloimiitn One of the most interesting idghtrf in tit great mining town of llutto is tho PIWIIIH by which copper Is caught front the emeraldcolored water that flows from the Anaconda mid St Lawrence r inc It is unitunntech that this water which for four or five years went to wute IK now bringing the Anaconda i company 10000 n month at u cost of 1 i about 1000 a month i Jt Is onlyI within time prc cnt year that tint company undertook to handle this water Heretofore It was worked minuet hence An old German unmet Mueller nos the first man to save copper from tho winter During the last three yrarn Thomas Lcdford had a lease on the winter Ho pnhl n 25 per cent royalty to the com puny It IH clammed that iio realized at least 100000 a year trout time water d Lcdford IH u pretty rich unarm today y Now that the company IH operating tho water on its own account it Iran din covered what u great moneymaking enterprise It IH At the prcKoiit tune several micros of ground ore covered with wooden vats strainIronsplendid scheme for disposing of tho tons and tuns of old Iron the cotnpnnytIIIIH accumulated for yearn Old holut Ing cages writer pipe wheelbarrows rullroud iron in fact anyuld thing that a consists of tin or Iron isiupproprlutcd to this service tutInto f dttced Where the water first attack tho iron time copper absorbs the iron completely within three wtcks After 1 tho precipitation Is effected thin writer Iin drawn ofT mid tho nlltny copper IIs l transferred to another tonic where the L writer Is further drained oft These i latter vats hold about 15 tons of the copper which now inns time appearance of a chiylsh substance This is smoked Into packages of about loaf pounds When in this shape it is sent to the smelters in tints city Time product carv flea an average of 81J per cent pure copper The iron remaining in It ttJk hakes n firma IIIX And when mixed whimutt other smelting ore it in iwtid+ to brinK tthe oro up to a value of about WQH ton The water from the ntlmtee UtkeII1t s profitable product of time ABS odt Copper Mining coHipaMyr aLeeada J Mont Keoorder 1I CI- Ia V I a nWc I I fJ b i y r IJ THE HERALD tIIIIOIK ooenv Bitter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 21 189- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS I We are authorized to announce ASA E PIERATT of Ezel na A candidate to rspre coal the tlv District of Morgan and Wolfe subject to the action of the Demo cratio party 0 Per County Attorney of Morgai We arc authorhad to nnnounoo WATTKR C KENDALL as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Morgan county subject to the action of the Democratic party TAKE YOUR CHOICE 0 HERES A GOOD THING The Hazel Green Heruldl 00 Thriee a Week World 1 002 00 Both Paper Oue Year 1 05 HERES ANOTHER The Hazel keen IIrralelJ 00 Cincinnati Weekry Enquirer 1 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than 5 to tho stnto lion Alva Adams Democrat wns inaugurated govor nor of Colorndo Ho walked from his residence to the capitol IN HIS inaugural address Gov Stophons of Missouri said that lie could soo nothing in the imme Unto future to warrant a substan tial prospect for bettor times Ho deplored tho defeat of free sil ver and urged laws to prevent the coercion of voters 11 THE city council of lirookvillo Ind has passed an antioigarotto ordinance Ono feature provides for an annual license of 150 for dealers in cigarettes and oigarotto papers Another provides for a ilno for smoking cigarettes on tho treats or in public places By Tub WAY wonder if that t Paris healer can euro a delinquent orudo him so that ho will bo ablo to got to this office in person or by post and promptly pay his subscription If so send him over Max as theres millions in it to tho right man TUB HER ALDS got lots of cases for him A SPECIAL to the Cincinnati En quirer from West Liberty says Asa B Pioratt of this county Democratic candidate for represen tativo from tho counties of Morgan and Wolfe will havo no opposition Tho dato of tho convention IB sot IforFebruary 5 Mr Pioratt is ono 4ofMorgans most highly esteemed citizens rz 1C L Ji A A HAVANA troublo with Cuba isI a question now agitating tho avor ago American mind and the poo plo will that tho Cubans shall havo their independence Nay nay says St Cleveland and Overproduction Olnoy and wo riso task for whom and by whom if iit woront for us was this government created JAMES FAULKNER charged with killing William Jones at Carpen tor in this state is on trial thi week in the Whitley circuit court and a strange thing about tho case is tho fact that Faulkner is said not to have been in tho crowd that killed Jones Tho letters friends seem to bo persecuting Faulkner through personal enmity and tho result of tho trial is looked to with considerable iuterost TIIEIIB is no longer any doubt as to who will bo Mr McKinleys secretary of state as Senator John Sherman has accepted tho port folio without it is enid any sort of an agreement whatever This loaves a vacancy for United States senator from Ohio and it is auth oritatively stated that Gov Bush null will appoint Mark Hanna as successor to Shermans unsoiled shoos If ho does Forakor will fight lire Tin dinner arranged in honor of Sam J Roberts of Lexington lato chairman of tho Republican campaign committee took place last Thursday night at the Louis ville hotel Mr Roberts made a very felicitous afterdinner speech in which ho complimented overy body ho know besides heaving a bouquet out at tho window at everybody that ho didnt know Sams soul always overflows with tho milk of human kindness PKIIK JOUKDAIN who claims to work through the departed spirits of Lamonnais Saint Victoriuo and Saint Louis is setting tho city of Paris Franco wild with the wonderful cures he is daily making His claim to euro overy disease that flesh is heir to seems to have boon verified literally as a room next tho ono ho operates in is filled with crutches and canoe left thorn by tho cripples ho has cured His charge is only 1 tho price of TUB HERALD ono year but our present financial altitude is such that wo can not 111400 him owing to tho delay of our delinquents TIlE news conies from Frankfort that tho court of appeals will undoubtedly refuse a rehearing in tho Jackson and Walling cases Thorn is now only ono hope for the condemned monpossiblo in torforonco on tho part of tho gov ornor after tho court of appeals shall have publicly announced its denial of tho prayer for a rehear ing and itis not believed in Frank fort that tho ohiof executive of tho commonwealth will hesitate at all in carrying out tho decree of tho court Indeed it may be emphat ically stated that it would require almost a miracle now to save tho necks of Poarl Bryans murderers WK ARE not in direct communication with Cuba just now for our lino has fallen and wont bo raised until delinquents respond but tho insurgents and tho island are still there And that tho robols are there in respectably largosized chunks is current from tho story that they captured tho important city of Santa Clara on January Oth and wore thou marching for Ha vana Banderis tho dashing cavalry commander was killed at tho head of tho charge with his 1000 horse The Spanish loss was 000 killed and wounded 700 captured 18 cannon and 5000 rifles with ammunition in plenty Vivo Cuba Libro l = V ITHAT tho Kentucky legislature is Republican on joint ballot is so patent that it need not bo printed but all the same that party does not appear to have a cinch on tho United States sonatorship whichowe extract from that rabid Re publican newspaper The Frankfort Capital It Iis about time for the Republican party manngers if they can be extricated from the grand scramble for tho loaves andslook over the political situation in Ken tucky The idea thus repre sented and which The Capital for the great majority of the party repudiates is that the Republicans having used the soundmoney Democrats as cats paws to Jlunn few juicy chestnuts out of the lire is now ready to let them go and to mock them as they go j to say to them we have a majority of the legislature on joint ballot and a four years lease on the federal offices and we can do without you You would not have helped us if you could have done otherwise and now OH practical politicians we will take ev erything in sight for the present and let tho future take care of itself Hut the Republicans need the sound money Dem ocrats as much ns they ever did There can be no election of a United States senator without the co operation of the sound money Democrats THE following is told on Judgo John E Cooper who is a candidate to succeed himself as judge in tho judicial district composed of Montgomery Monefoe Bath and Rowan and as wo have never seen it in print wo publish it herewith He was sitting as judge in a case upon which lIon A T Wood and tho late Taylor Young osqr wero engaged as opposing counsel when those gentlemen en gaged in a war of words that bor dorod on bolligorency The judge rapped for order but tho two lawyers like lions at bay heard him not Again and again ho rapped for order but thoy would not Then in the torments of despair ho turned to tho clerk and told him to fine tho gentle mon 80 each for contempt This tiad tho effect of tempering tho terrors of war and everything about was as placid as tho waters of an inland pond in dog days But later in tho day there came a case in which Judge Cooper could not act in his official capacity and Attorney Wood one of the contempt culprits was elevated with tho ermine No sooner had ho donned his dignified apparel and appearance than ho remarked Ono of tho first official acts of this court is to remit tho fines against Mr Young and Mr Wood and turning to tho clerk ho had him so record it Judge Cooper acknowledged tho corn and IIsot up lots of tho juice it is said to rid himself of tho jesters who jibed him about tho joke Wo kent say- Similar or Dissimilar There was recently a trial for murder ipalpablyInPulflcirnt case and directed the jury to return a verdict ofUnot guilty A well known lawyer however who wished to do something for tho fee ho had received far tho defense claimed the privilege of addressing the conrtuWclI hear you with pleasure Mr D ii said the judge but to prevent accident first ncquit the prisoner Unidentified Tho Wolfe circuit court a few years sico hndn similar caso There was on trial ono Coonrod Cnblo who had time and again beaten every indictment brought against him But in this instance he know tho evidence was conclusive and ho arose and confessed to tho misdemeanor committodwhero upon tho trial judge remarked Well have to hoar tho evidence Blood and Nerves arc very close ly related Keep tho blood rich pure and healthy with Hoods Snrsaparillu and you will have no nervousness Hoods Pills arc best nftordinncr plllsaid digestion prevent constipation 1TNTEDSEVERAI4PArrIUUI MEN or women to travel for responsible es tablished house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose self address DulldlngChicago We are BADLY OVERSTOCKEDtiti 4 ln Every Department The Extreme Mild Weather and Warm Winter is the Cause II200oOff IVyth1 NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES I This is the chance of your liferr IiIrgenuine1 r A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS 1 Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 260 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants11former price 125 now Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c 11 BestUpfOmeflatsiQtWg Best HUB of mstfirsimie City A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS m GUS STRAUS LEADINC CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY RSE DAVIS0 PRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY s r rMAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WEuso the Best Material and Guarantee Satisffc ion Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind gio mo your order Patronize Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE lempley only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and Your work is respectfully solicited =TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 0J M BIQSTAFF President O L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit tho business ofmer- chants farmers traders and business men geuernithroughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashier I DINGFELDER WITH Jojil RobinsoaJorton GO Importers nod Jobbers of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 637 63Q and 631cWc tMiln Street LOUISVILLE Xi fr I IyJr l I WinonBstBI e Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President- R D HUNTER CashierI Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 I This Bank solicits the accounts of mer mkcngencrallyand offers its customers every ana the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking octl8- IrFATFOLKSREDUQIE rlcncctioNaftarrtm wrinkle or aabbin sIml 1Ilursult3boUpUkZa1Prnrea cow PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL conlWrnllallj For particulars nddrtM with M1 DR SNVDERSSiaSifffegclrr t + THE HERALDIS TILE REST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN 1 I I i rp J 1- s e FEHERALD t Marsh Groen Hearsays Happonings 0Elder Leander Clair Will proachl at tho Caskoy school house on Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning All invitod The friends of W T Hogg of Jackson will regret to hour that hoI died at that pluco Sunday morning after a lingering illness Rev JT Pioratt left yesterday morning for St Helens whore ho will hold a protracted meeting Ho may also preach at other points in the county Thoro will be religious services held Saturday night and Sunday at the public square school house Elder Jeff Biewor will1 hold the services Marion Johnson delivered him self to the authorities at Jackson on Sunday night for the murder of Dan McIntosh on Jotts crook in Broathitt Saturday Wm H Cords topics for nex Sundays sermons are What to 1do with Gods Word at 11 a m and The Lords Requirements at 7 p m Everybody is invitod to attend both services Children are more susceptiblo to cold than grown folks and their constitutions will not permit 0 quinine or other radical treatment Dr Bolls Pine Tar Honey is no only absolutely harmless but it i pleasant to the taste and noyer fails to cure or stop a cold The Bible class at the Christian church will study the 4th chapter of Acts of Apostles All interested in Bible study are invited to join this class During the first six months of the year it is the pur pose of tho class to make a careful study of tho Acts of Apostles Rose Davis the wagon makers and blacksmiths desire through THE HERALD to request each and every person indebted to thorn to como in at once and settle their accounts and notes This is made absolutely necessary because of their contemplated move to Jack ion and they hope no one will disappoint them The capture of Jacob Xeace who killed Deputy Marshal Byrd and his accomplice Dan Farlcr last week by Detective Drake was a slick piece of sleuth strategy The moonshiners largely outnumbered Drake and his posse and had ho not surrendered they might have hot and killed tho posse As iit was he lauded Ins prisoners safely in tho Jackson jail Mrs Nannie Kash on Tuesday opened a subscription school in I tho public school houso in District ii No 40 known as the public square The attendance on the opening day was 18 and she had s five more enrolled with tho prosy poet of others It will be a two months school and tho subscrjp T tion is only 1 Now is the time r jt t to subscribe William Crockett Coldiron is f the proudest man in Hazel Green P His good wife on Wednesday morn tlDg presented him with a bouncing boy The five preceding gifts Wero girls and Crock soemed inI despair lost he could novor rein ifarco the Democratic ranks ButI now all is sorono as a May morn ing and tho proud pa stops as high as a blind horse in a clover field TAKEN UrCamo to my prom ises near Caskey school house on or about November 1 1890 a black sow with four shotcs all have crop in oar Owner can have same by proving property paying dam ages and costs for advertising i MRS SUSAN MURPHY January 10 1807 5 Rose Davis contemplate movI ing to Jackson in tho near future When the patronage and tho mo enjoyisstrange t they should go away and leave it But tho fact is that while they do a big business it is not lucrativeI for the reason that so few pay cashI for their work Such I byMessrst moot with enough encouragement i to insure a permanent ostablismcnt but they never will until our poo plo learn to livo more upon cash latttrIpolicy will paralyze any butsines- unless it bo conducted by a pluto drat and they dont browse on sago grass Alex NickellLeoBrooks and Jim Goso had a fox hunt on the Tipton place above Daysboro Saturday last and captured five foxes Their hounds caught three and tho other two were shot A few moro raids like this upon rey nards stronghold would soon ren thetherdsIof fine mutton and wool producing sheep Always of course pro vided that the yallordog be also eliminatedJohn Logston had th misfortune to lose a part of the handfat tho Swango saw mill last Thursday tailtBaileysbeing head sawyer and the acci dent happened just at the close of tho days work while sawing tho last lino in edging some plank The saw clipped off tho finger at the first joint and John says it hit the joint as well as a scientific surgeon could have done it PONCE PAHK FLA Jan 1297 lIon Spencer Cooper Find on closed money order for 1 for ro nowal of HKRALD It has been so long since anything appeared from the littlo capital down on Swifts Camp creek that I had about de cidod to givo up in despair the Campton correspondence naturally enough being the chief interest to me With good wishes for your future prosperity I am truly etc IIC DKMARKK A private letter from Neosho Mo gives the following items o interest Wo are all o k Sound money and protection are fast restoring confidence Business of al1 kinds is booming House building and post making are the order of the day On tho 5th inst Miss Emma Slimp who resigned her position as clerk in WCaskoys- tore in your town and came out here was married to Alex Bland a welltodo farmer of this neighborhood Jacob Noaco and Dan Farler tho murderers of Marshal Byrd wore tried before Commissioner Marcum at Jackson yesterday and worn remanded to jail without bail The prisoners wero removed to Louisville this morning Campton Wesleyan Academy Enrollment reached 111 tho sos ond week Prospects for next week aro 125 Music department opened and class of 12 secured For conveni once 0110 instrument will ho placed at the academy building and tho other at tho dormitory Miss Em ma Nolan of Maysville is at tho head of the department and in structor in vocal and instrumental music and voice culture WANTEDSBVEUALFAITHFULMEN Ifor women to travel for responsible es tnblUhed house In Kentucky Salary 180 payable 15 weekly and expenses J Reference Enclose selfaddress Cft pcrmaoeut envelope The Natloual Star8 Building Chicago arc tho cures by WONDERFUL and yet they arc simple and natural Hoods Sarsa parilla makes PURE BLOOD ENGLISB ITC N12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular MOlds 25 cents Meals to order at aU hours Breakfast from 5 to t9am Dinner frwr t10 a m to 8 p m Supper from ti to D p m Oysters I Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken aSpecialtyrGIl 1 1JKgA119 sStillwater Sprays Moving will begin in this neck owoods in a few days iDan and Sam Wilson attondod Campton court Monday Logan Little of Gillmore isj syfaxing on Lacy creek tripsto Gillmore on Saturday returning on Sunday Willis Tibbs will move to Okla homa to a farm ho recently pur chased from Taylor Center Miss Angelino Byrd has boon confined to her room for tho past three weeks with sore eyes but is some bettor now Frank Murphy passed through hero last Saturday and from what I can hear ho has a belle on Still wator that is ringing in his oara Somo of your correspondents want to know what has become of tho prosperity promised by tho boyseuntil McKinloy is inaugurated and then grumble Ja10 DUCK MORGAN COUNTY Las Mites Solomon Hanoy is on tho sick list1811108Iiughes has moved to J B Ruses farm Miss Ida Oldfiold visited Upper Grassy Sunday J M Perry jr of West Liberty is hero on business Sam Rose of Loo City visited grandpa J R Rose last week Ellis and Curtis Oldfiold will leave in two weeks for Arkansas A II Oldfiold sold to Sam J Cunningham one mule for 8250 Mrs Martha Ayors has moved into tho house with Curt Oldfield W C Kendall pasnod through with 28 mules for tho southern marketJohnnie countyf atIi thus pluco Curt OldlloUI has returned from Licking river where ho had boon on business J R DeBusk and wife have moved to this place to take charge recentlyspurchasedJ Co Mixo soil goods at lowest prices and pay the highost market prico for corn eggs poultry and feathers t Jan 18 jAMiionnis Consolation Chat S H Wilson was around on the crook gfittiug what free silver tho buys had John Ferguson and son of Pike county aro visiting tho family of IL D Motley L C Patrick of Maytown pass ed through Consolation noighbor hood tho 15th HHBlankenship of Montgom ery county is visiting relatives and friends this weok This community wouldbo much better off to swap their dogs for some pigs as they are going in gangs after night making raids on sheepAs that candidate of Morgan county thinks our Wolfe county gentleman is ashamed to toll his name wo fear that candidate will bo ashamed ho ever saw Morgan county when the vote is counted next April Jan 19 TIlE DRAKE N f nabi iii1Ut loxnutl and Prpurntrp 0111 The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern x Kentucky Nast 101111 gJHonau Jaiaiy 4 1897 11 Regular Graduating Course Instrumental and Vocal Music J DrawingShorthand LawToachorsBiblo Course aud Bible Talks D DIi is the best opportunity in tho 8nMat a small coat Catalogue and particulars Wfll K COM nolpnl JM HAVENa PRACTICAL Jeweler and Watchmaker I w 11 HAZEL PREEN KYI D n full lino or llKecp Jewelry I = r t7t 0 0 rP1lRepairing A Fino Watches and Geld Syootaolos a Specialty If you need anything in the Jewelry Line or USJttI A 5 00 276AND i dIr Oomsoon ofthtlarfeitViTholtiaU Clothing Manu ctum America I i ilidby doinr you rev three Profile SuitlIhromnIn1lOrtOxford Grey and Olivt Brown In alua from cutbelow iwhhAlbert Twill SaUen Lining Trimming and Work paocketPatrntPistolPocketsIn Slit from 10 to if yare of ft made up at ptroppotitc cut Double Bieaited with utra Pants at am Price 26Exprettag pjU tc your door In remitting ur either Iost Office 01 Hxpreu Money OrJer or XreUtrred Letlir rnJfor romurewnJ ate of Hoy at Jilt Birthday and If Urge or imafi fur hit age FREET- O EVERYBODY our Illustrated Priced Catalogu In which you will find Dora Suits from 980 up Youths Lou rants Salts fro 200 upan Mens SuitsJroi fa 50 up ml styli with Extra Pants iiiJet- Slack Dark Blue oxford Guy andOily Brown J 1AlIII l Ourl Prk 176- RtAII Prlcsco iIJ 5 E ROSENBURGER CO 204 E 102d St New York Ctv M 44 P B RUDEROID UNIVm5AIjUIIDJNG ROOFING tTi BROj lfJJ VENEEWSD TAft DOORS DOOR + S1 Hf A WORK Witrrt13ARD11C00fLOOPi Cc At1 KtND3 O OUtlCTtNa MATERIAL CATLOO UL n A 5f fI r t7 millatQ SOUTH9IGfT h Id pkPId11l rtlflr lltfI RECOMMENDED BY THE tfAI91iW5GMEOi litH If A Dlf6fi8fL THE r IAIOGIiOUkNAITR EEgI lrfJYltJ Ol4 d j y a FaY it 1Iq fJ A JIQLD PROPOSITION IfstardefTrtdtt Members WiJut fo Limit Ike ltople Vewc- rTbejoellcd preliminary conference aof boards of trade and other cominer Ala Ibodlcs recently In session fnlndlAn t polls had for its object tho convening el all suck organizations in this coun try to tail rational convention to iJcnl with tho money question Judging from thu speech of welconuwhlcJiWtts im outllnodf HIi parrSosedf the scheme If it may bo culled a BcliSnTe no one will bo welcome tp the national convention who hfndt committed to the gold standard It will not llcre Sore bo a monetary convention in n broad sense but a gathering of nun who are opposed to the remonetlatlon of Hllvcr That they hnvu the right to x hold such a convention no one will deny but out of respect to themselves they iihould not proclaim their purpose to bo other than it really IK No doubt it IB the nun of the associa tlon of boards of trades to tulce the money question out of polities now IUnit u sound money mutt lias been elected president and have delegation from commercial bodies and bank clearing Louses meet in conference and draft such monetary legislation as they shall deem best for the country when congress will ratify their wig gcstlbna by enacting them into lawn But the scheme will not work The people will never permit the money or the tariff questions to be taken cut of their hands and it is rank presumption on the part of boards of trade to assume that they and not the people hove the requisite Intelligence to deal with such queations If the question ofdettrmln Ing what the nations monetary sys tem shall be were left to the hoards of trade and chambers of commerce lo set tie then anti there would be the beginning of the end orjfrosperous times fur the producing class Membership In a commercial body does nut confer extraordinary knowl edge of the science of money and the philosophy of political economy The average farmer or wngcennur knows 118 much about what is best for the country as speculators in the product of his labor do The question of determin ing what Is best for the people Is alto gether a political one and the producers of merchantable articles should mid will have as much voice In shaping tit monetary and tariff policy of the country IIB those whoso business It in to stand in the market place cull sell the products of Industry The diminution of the great questions of finance and tar iff from politics would deprive tilt poo pleof the only defense they havo against the aggressiveness of capital aggrega lions The action of the boards of trade at Indianapolis should be a notice to the people lent a little most vigilance is needed on their part los Angeles IlelnuTO PUNISH THE SOUTH fluent of n Now York Until Ilipcr Cred itor unit Debtor New York capitalists are going li jiunifth the south for its advocacy of free silver At least the Post that most alien of the alien organs of an alien city tells us so No money is to ho loaned to the south no northern capital will be available for the devel Opulent of southern industries The iotithern democrat having slipped over the traces anil voted for MrI llryan is to he left severely moue by the north ern capltnistfl lint have we not here a doubles gcd sword IK tho borrower the only party to n loan bent fited by tho malting of such a 10ln1 And what is the lender going to do with his mbiipy if the south Is not ac t commodated Does nut the creditor demand and get lull pay for the use of his mojley l Indeed for some years he has beet habitually getting the long end of the bargain through the con stunt appreciation of money which has necessitated tho debtor repaying him in a dollar worth more than the dollar he borrowed And another question Since when has tho debtor become the Inferior of the creditor Why Is It that he must importune lug bemoan him self for a loan The time was when the creditor thought himself no better tlian the delttorwhen the man with capital was only too glad to loan to tho enterprising producer Hut nil this Is changed And the fact that conditions have so changed as to belittle the debtor anti exalt the creditor condemns the financial system that i han brought about nneh a change OB unjust and inequitable Illinois State Register Tho JohIUcmllcra- tJhchnlldful of gold democrat which mot recently in Indianapolis solemnly t resolved as did the apprentices In Bnrnaby lludge to keep tip aglta iloii and the organization open up permanent headquarters and to continue as nn alleged party Though ob meetingI to agitation they propose with A ridiculouslyl tmmlj following to keep it tip The Indianapolis resolutions mean nothing They are the last ex piring gasps of n few men who are WOO during in the tombs like a castout spit it With tho pitiable showing mode in Ihc election it would seem to be the punt of modesty for the fag enlen to have quietly retired from possibility offifiw further humiliation nnd cease the nffl lotion against which It and itavnlllittn Aires hove been preaching Buffalo Times iylopefor Klljre- rSo cause Is ever settled until Its set t ilW rightCbicage1lspatekr F h 34 6 l CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE JtUeved la the People Controllng the People Mono The scrap hook of the old greenback cni nro trgAtsllrealoceujustnowrIn the issue sprnngon the people by the banks in their raid on the peoples money Again Is the Penny Press Indebted to Mr J Damn of Stillwntcr for a copy of one of the many expressions of ex iChlcf Justice Wajtc being an extract from n speech of Mr Chase soon after he retired from the Lincoln cabinet It is as follows I What fIs greenback Why It IIII sim J ply tho credit of the great American pooplo put In the form of money to circulate among tho very persons whoso credit makes It worth anything When 1 was secretary of the treasury the question arose how Nhoiilil those vast armies and nuvlm ho supplied How should the boys In tile OeM bo fed the sailors In the ships nnd provisions made for their support their clothing their food and their transporta lion I found the hanks of the country had suspended sp2clo payment what WAI 1 to do Tho banks wanted me to bor row their credit and pay them interest in gold upon their credit They did not pay nny gold or propose to pay any themselves but they wanted me to borrow their notes 1 nald No gentlemen This great American people Is worth nil or you put together and I will take the erodlt of the people and cut It up In little bits of paper This Is tho true Idea of the greenback It Is tho credit nnd the prop erty of the American people made to serve the purpose of money In the midst of n great strife when wo must have everything wa ran get and In my humble judgment If after this war this nation becomes as- Is provided In our platform so that no western farmer or merchant will be obliged to pay tribute to tho cast In this rxchntiRo no we shall not lose upon ex change no large it prollt upon our Industry to that the laborer receives bin dollar or two dollars at the end of the day or week and wo shall be perfectly sure that It will not turn Into lust or ashes before tho morning sun flues I say If you can get such a sound currency an this then this currency nt least will have been one of the collateral benullta of thu war You can take tho money on the Atlantic and go to the 1aclflc and pay your bills all the way without having to change the currency at every tavern you stop at If the govern ment was administered as it should be with proper vigor and economy every dol Inr In greenbacks would be as good aa a dollar In gold As Mr Dornn well says Mr dins uas 1111 honest man and ho showed it in the above utterance It is well known that to the lust hour of his life he iu glutted his connection with the es tablishment of the succeeding system anti it was admit ted by him and his near associates that it was the mistake of his life when he permitted the foundation to be laid for the control of the issue of the money of the countryI by the money changers and he KIISV long before his death that it would take the united power of the whole peo pie to throw oil the despotism which would be established by the money power nut even Chase never foresaw the extent to which this power would lo exerted nod whatt u revelation to him and the other patriots could they Ibtvu wltnciuicd too putt played by this power in throttling the people In the recent election And another thing Chase could not have even dreamed that this power would step in ns it thus done nnd even direct the ad ministration and of the laws them selves How could he have dreamed that government itself would have provided that endless chajnI the pretext for destroying the greenback when ox crelxu of the strict letter of the law to pay the notes in colntt LetiIher1 gold or sliver would Instantly destroy the endless chain 1 limit the drays of Chasu nnd Lincoln end Sunnier were not the days of Cleveland bond syndicates nnd decoy ducks Minneapolis Penny Jress SENATOR HOARS PROOF Ills Hltnpla Method of DUprovlng the 4 Irlmo of 1H73 Senator Hoar proves that thcsuprcmi court wasnt packed to reverse the do cision in the case of Hepburn vs tJ rill ltold In which the court had held time legal tender nut unconstitutional by n process KO simple that it is n wonder people hadnt thought of pruning things in that way before He just produced two letters from n couple of governors tt ho were olive ut the time unit in these letters written 27 years after time event they declared they know nothingnbout Itt jrhla eclipses time Fred Grant argu ment widely used In the campaign that silver was not demonetized by the net of 1S7U because Fred Grant never heard his fattier say that ho did not know such was tho effect of the act when he signed It- Hereafter whet a mint is on trial for say stealing chickens and in confront ed by tho hired girl the stable boy tho coachman and the owner himself all of whom saw the deed it will be nccvv Enry to simply produce n half dozen of his friends who did not see the thet nnd who will swear that they didnt and his Innocence is established Minneapolis Penny Press lollttotilll31ork That End It Is widely believed among the gold standard people that an interna tional agreement is out of the question and time radical monometallists will not be seriously disturbed In view of this fact by any action looking to the call Ing of monetary conference They bo llevc that they can trust England to block any European game that has n bimetallic standard In view Ulug hamton NY Leader Honesty For Other People A great inNnyof the millionaires shouting honest montY wouldnt have a cent If they had to earn money hon ty Philadelphia Item I 1111 tr I ITHE WHOLE THING 0Private Citizen liana the Oreat llopab limn Jon It is something new and preposterous to the American people that n private citizen like Mark Hnnna should assume not only nil the duties of a political boss In ruling a party but all the duties of n dictator in fixing the policy of the gov crnment Boss and czar rule has ap peared in the past But the display was never as offensive before There was u sort of humor timid good nature In the appearance of llannn as the manager of Maj McKlnleys tour paign for the presidential nomination He also displayed great executive ability in political management As an ama tour dashing into the political arena he surpassed in ability and craft the vet eran professionals and experts of many campaigns Ho defeated Heed Allison Harrison Morton Alger and other candidates at the republican national convention in St Louis It does not appear that he displayed unusual cunning He used hut few political arts It appeared mere Ily that Hanna represented n possible campaign fund of Monte Cristo proper dons and that he would be tie almonur of patronage If McKinley should be nominated for president and elected That settled It There could be no serious objection to nil this as partisan methods ore prc tlccd Bcpubllcnn candidates always are nominated by machine methods which Include both terrorism and corruption if they the necessary to ac complish the purposes of machine lead ers But now after the nomination and election comes n startling innovation Hnnna has developed front n caucus n lid convention boss from a mere faction or party organizer to a dictator who pro poses to shape the legislation of eon gross on tariff and financial subjects It is the most flagrant usurpation of boss rule that ever was attempted The reports say that at a recent meet lug of the senate committee on finance Hanna was the main spokesman and interpreter of the McKinley policy for the future It needs no unusual gift of Intelligence to understand that time Mc Kinley policy is inspired by Hanna There will be no legislation on the tariff nor on finance which McKinley will approve unless it has II mums in spiration allt1l1l1thorHhlp- Credible rumor clothes Hannn with power to negotiate in MeKinleys name for cabinet appointments He will make up the administration Hle is to exercise In McKinleys urine or rather in the presidential name the powers of the executive Iin constructing the cabinet leery applicant for a federal appoint meat under McKInley each person ex pecting n share of the patronage nnd spoils applies to Hanna for an Indorse ment It is understood that while he is attempt igg to exercise cnr rule in regard to legislation he will he the foun tain anti source of presidential appointments low long will the people stand this flagrant display and offensive exercise of one ntau power outside of olllee or au thority Mow will great republican lenders stand the rule and dictation of u welt mUll who lias intruded into party counsels and eon trol The appearance of n private eitlen npsuming the duties and powers of ipresi dent in dictating public policy to a com mittee of congress and in dispensing Ithe great patronage of the administra tOll is n new Ohio idea of the worst character It roust have originated in the depths of politicalI perversity and corruption Will the great republican lenders Senator Sherman Speaker Reed ex Sell ntor Thomas C Platt and others of titer class accept the dictatorship thitcw man III politics Will they abdicate the place of honored leadership which they have held for years in favor of this interloper in public affairs It would not IMJ unwise to venture n prediction to the effect that within six mouths Toss and Czar Hannn will lie the most unpopular nine In the republican party or in the country except possibly McKinley If he shall obey Hnnnns hmm and czar edict Chicago Chronicle Tho lake SIcker It was expected and was predicted in theM columns that the demands on McKInley for office would be In the na tore of a record breaker Such Is the feet Prom all points of the compass delegation after delegation visits Can ton to beg pray nnd petition n I place for this that or the other man I There Is no end to their numbers and their effrontery As victorsI they bold ly demand the spoils The candidates presented are not always the best But fitness does not enter into the question at nil times It is the place not the man Never in the history of our country has theVe been such a greedy scramble Tho presidentelect Is heartily sick of it and Mark Hnnna is traveling about the country calling off the patronage hounds Buffalo Times Still we hear the wails of those tariff reformers who helped to elect McKinley for the sake of the gold stand ard They do not seen to be able to iwallow U3 McKinley trust nnd mo nopoly protection pill But the Pitts burgh Post cannot see how a pig iron trust is any worse than a gold trust rho mission of democracy is to keep up the war on both Illinois State Beg toUur 1 ya tJ J t 0 THE DINGLEY BILL DEAD Republican Will jito Walt for time McKlnlcy CongrcM It is now frankly confessed that the Dlnglcy tariff bill is dead and an u Mutter of fact thero was never any hope of it from the start It was too much to expect that the opposition Bell ators would surrender the advantage they possess and place themselves in the hands of the Incoming administra tion and that Mr Cleveland und the democrats would confess the failure of their tariff bill and puss a repub lican measure so as to smooth the way for McIKnlcy nnd save him trouble It would be n cane of public spirit tdi umphing over politics which has never been seen before in this or any other country dud it is well that It should be so We do not believe in the Cleveland ad ministration attempting to do what the people have elected Mr McKinley to Ido or of the present congress attempting the task of straightening out the difficult matter of our revenues and the tariff when a congress was elected only a few weeks ago fresh from the people and It Is to be supposed in full olllgnment with time people and In structed as to what they want It is far better for each administration to undertake the work confided to it and not to anticipate it It is an unfortunate platter that it should take the people so long in this country to get what they want In other countries n newlyelected parlia meat or assembly goes into office at once and begins work at once carrying out the popular will Here we have to wait at a minimum four months and unless called in extra session the newly elected congress does not meet until 13 months after the election So that the people cannot get what they ask for nod vote for in less than a year This is one of the defects of our constitutional system due to the fact that the frnmcrs of time constitution feared sudden popular ebullitions and ailungof the popular will 11111 carrying itjnfo effect in which time an opportunity was offered for the people to cool oil a little Whether this view of the mat ter Is right or wrong the fact remains that it is the law and under this law rind system it would be far better to leave time passage of a revenue measure to the MeKinley congress which goes into office in Mareh instead of attempt ingI to pass such n revenue measure now and relieve the congresselect from responsibility Public sentiment has boon drifting in that direction for some time in spite of the efforts of some few enthusiasts to relieve Mr McKinley of nil trouble and smooth the way for him The re publicans seem at last to have awak ened to the feet that they cannot ex peet the present congress to do their work for them and the action of tho republican senatorial caucus in referring tilt Dingloy bill to n sitting cool mittee Is accepted as evidence that they have no intention of sincerely at tempting its passage Whatever is to lie done in the wayof reinforcing aivl strengthening our revenues will be done by the congress elected in November which is supposed to lie more In accord with the popular sentiment In this mat ter than the congress now in session N O TimesDemocrat OPINIONS AND POINTERS The republicans have placed their order for three more senators to be de livered in time for the extra session II Detroit Free Press Svengall Hanna lens calmed the ruffled spirit of Trilby need nnd changed his warlike voice to that of a swallow twittering in the eaves Chicago Chronicle republicans take up the Dingley tariff bill was that this would bring the sliver question be fore the senate and thu free coinage passedIItnsasThe problem of managing the trusts Is a difficult one hut attempts will be made to solve it until they are Jineuessful The combines and tho recogumizotdiisCourier JournnL It required a year and a half to pass the McKinley bill nnd about as long to pass the Wilson bill and yet some people appear to believe that the extra session of the Fiftyfifth con gress will pass ala have in operation a new tariff measure before thu end of MnySt Paul Globe I Maybe the reason we dont hear so much talk ahem reciprocity now lies III MeCinleypolls He wits opposed to the introduc tion of tho reciprocity clause in his tariff bill you know and agitation in its favor might UClublicrhe ntIpas sage of the Dlngley bill In the senate timid there is no chance for much ills turbance on that score so the ways and means committM will begin at once to agitate with the view of being pre readyforview of the republican differences on tho YIIender I r I IA LITTLE NONSENSE 0 Lost people they say always walk in circles Whats that for I won der So that rescue parties can get f oifto their curves I suppose Chicane Record lrownI wonder why Paynleirwat x so angry when I asked him whnhchool P of art he belonged t01 Smith What fthingti How Is Dabbles getting along withII t his pictures asked the friend Splen i athemy himself Washington Star rr Forewarned Dont ever tell Fi- lctop that you havent anything to 74 rend Why 1 Uf you do hu will immediately lend you that book he f wrote himself Chicago rrlbuneiBllklns Brassey is a grunt golf enthusiast isnt het 11iikinsIletl- ie is He spends ten minutes a week playing and all the rest of his time talking about the game Boston frnncscript 4 Little Mary was discovered one tiny by her mother vigorously applying the r oilcan to the kittens mouth On being reproved she replied Why mamma t kitty squeaks KO awfully when I purlr1 her tullHnrpers Bazar Tenkiss11- II i1 other night nnd she never said n word JoclYoll were in luck old fellow She wasnt nearly as stupid as she would have been if she had tnlledI1l1rl1crsi Bazar c EthelAnd what did George say when he proposed JimtIIlUe saHfnothing lie started to say something gasped turned deathly pale atilt fainted away Of course I knew what hu meant so when he came to I told him h might ask papa EthelAnd then1 rr- iaud1heh poor George fainted away again London loignroIHe hud listened to her upraiding for two hours by the downstairs clock ttMy love he said mildly dont ouofthink it Is about time for you to ad 1 journ sine dlel She know her Cnsli tugs Manual like a book I shall ad1 i 1nlIIured1 an extra session And the husband I rolled over with n groan Cleveland I Plain Denier UNEQUAL ANATOMYI I sJ Strange lllT r nvcH In the Eyes amid Otlioi 1 huts of tho Rudy Some curious features are noted In the inequality in size and influence of corresponding parts of the human body The en rs on the saute head are probably more alike than any other of the twin organs of the body Nevertheless they vary as regards thickness length shape 9 and position most remarkably Indiffer tnt Individuals If the car however on one side is delicate in size and contour the other will he the name while if the one looks like n dried fig time oth er duplicates it in forum anti color limit with the eye it is different 10 say nothing of the feet that one eye is gen eially nioro open thou the other all oculists agree that the eases where the seeing powers of the two are equal in the same head mire very rare Usually men use the right eye the most Watch makers engravers mluroseopists rind mariners using Ithe telescope apply their right eye to the instrument and1 generally overwork that organ There id no good reason why both eyes should not be equally strong hilt they are not Tailors agree that the right shoulder is almost always lower than the left This they actor nt for by the universal I habit nisi leave of resting time left el bow on time desk while writing timid to time equally prevalent practice of those who curry heavy burdens resting them the right shoulder IonAs regards the arms and legs there I generally but slight difference In the size of the hands and feet there Iis commonly unreal variation told curl ously enough while it is the right hand that is generally bigger it is the left foot that often requires n larger sized I boot or slam Glovcmnkurs give the proportion of large right hands as HOO to 1000 which by the way approximates to time proportion of rlghfhnndeu per sons In the community The size of the land IIK generally inureased by la lbor If ladles lire to be trusted as to the size of the gloves they wear time hu man hand lax grown smaller within the hst 20 years nut glovers tell n differ out story They confess to ranking nil ladies gloves n half size smaller than they really lire This theysay is be cause ladies almost Invariably nsk for n size smaller glove than they should wearThere Is nearly always a difference in the slzo of the hands This is so rightImlldJn fact too large The left foot as u righthnndveloped and stronger the opposite leg corresponds In those particulars It is found that in athletic persons the ad vantage of strength is often with the left foot That Is the foot we habitually stand upon and It is trfu left foot that leads off In the walking A man uses the left foot most on the bicycle and even more so in mounting a horse While the constant use of the right hand is n matter of training monkeys use both equally the more frequent use of the genernlbabltmany the stronger Albany Argus rt z r I i T11 Cdi J ftf THE FARMING WORLD- s PORTABLE MANGERS I V Splendid Tlihift Where Ciittlo Are Kept In Shetland Yards paring several winters when out In Institute work I have occasionally vis Itctltbc farms of large cattle feeders and have noted their different methods of iihclteriiiff feeling and managing I hove been favorably impressed T with the plan of a yard with movable mangers and sheds along the leaders for shelter and pro y tection from rain and winds and with dehorned cattle and I would feed no t others the cattle can he kept comfort able at a far less expense than to build barns for them and also fed with less i labor The plan is to build sheds at right angles to each other to take the place of a fence on the north and west a sides of the feed lot and on the east side make u high board fence The sheds should be mode 10 or 12 feet wide aatl a yard for 40 steers should be about I 100 feet square The sheds are for shel ter in stormy weather and to sleep LL i 11aA 1OnTAHLK MANGER under at night but there tihould be feed boxes In which to give wilt and where car corn or ground feed win be fed if desired The feed boxes should be at the buck part of the shod and fastened securely three feet from the ground The feed lot should be located on dry solid ground and must he furnished with good water troughs or tanks and around these there should be u foot of broken stone and gravel HO that in the worst weather it would not get muddy but if in n locality where stone and gravtM cannot be had a plank floor can tale its place The yard must not be allowed to become a mudhnle but he kept covered with straw and the fodder wastc so an to keep the stuck out of the mud It is advisable to have u lot adjoining inclosed with n secure fence into which the cattle can be driven if de sirable while putting their feed in the boxes or mangers Most cattle arc fed shock corn and when this is the ease they are fed in portable mangers made fl feet wide and 12 or 14 feet long They must be made Ktrong and there should be corner posts 4 inches square and one post in the middle of each side making six in all Cross pieces 2x4 of strong hard wood preferably oak should he bolted to the posts to hold them to gcthcr null support the floor of the man gers anti the floor should be two feet above the ground so that the hogs that follow the cattle hill get under hem to get the waste corn and the posts should be Ii feet and aI inches high so that the hogs cannot jump into the mangers and togivesullleient depth to hold the fodder coin The waste from the fodder will soon accumulate around tthese mangers so as to keep the cattle clean Six de horned steers or often eight will eat from one of these mangers hot I would rrrtdvise that one be provided for each six steers If it is desirable at any time to move thp mangers n low sled can be placed beside it nod two men can tip the manger over on the sled and take it where it is wanted Time mangers must be so arranged as to give plenty of room to pass between b grA yJlli the wagon and turn the team and pnss out The mangprf should stand far pnrnigh npart sojLliat cattle cat stand and cat out of either side or end of anyone of them and not interfere with those at the adjoining mangern ifTho value of the corn for hpgsjsesti nir tell by experienced cattle feeders to bd on an average lUlU as mush as it would be if fed to the hogs direct Instead j of to the cattle anti there have been eases where the hogs have mode rr unusual gains nnd pork has advanced In prlei during jhopcrlod of feeding that the gain on the hogs linn paid the h entire cost of the feed Another ad k vantage of feeding out the corn crop is that large quantities of very rich f manure will be produced which will in i crease the fertility ofthe farm J met Ht farmers at the institutes during the mat- winter who said that they had more ee than doubled the productive capacity of their farms by feeding cattle for a series of years The illustration shows loneI of the feed mangers Waldo II Drown in NYTribuneD- AIRY r SUGGESTIONS Smothered milk is a term applied to milk which lips been closed in cans be Jfore it has siiHieiently aerated f No butter mnhcr however expert can make good butter out of poor crcin An expert says that popular taste does not require us much salt in butter nil formerly Scrub cows average not more than 100 to 125 pounds of butter per year trouble this yield When the creams of different cows arc mixed together great care should be itaken to seeUhat the whole Is thoroughly mixed and ripened This Is the time of year when cows teats become cracked stud sore Much tronole stay be avoided by seeing that jjjthe teats are thoroughly dried imme fcdlrtcly after milking If they become sweetoilCol5Ht Worldt ABOUT CASTOR BEANS A Splendid crop to llalun on Light flat Fertile boll Tho cultivation of castor beans does not differ cornInseasons are short the richest ground is not desir able as it has a tendency to make too much stalk therefore on good rich chinchbugsBut upon light soil where fertility must be croptodry and is not nt all disturbed by chinch bugs After the ground has become springitsearlynspossibleto beans have sprouted punt and cultl vate in hills same as corn When tho first pods have matured select n dry piece of ground 30 to CO feet square according to the sire of the crop fully exposed to the sun and where no water will stand perfectlyweeds Surround It with twofoot boards cheap muslin or anything tu keep beans from popping out of the inelosure The favorite way to cut in to have a onehorse led with n box thereon as large as will slide between toohighI used as in gathering corn The stems fire tutus the pods mature and are first piled upon the yard until they hnvo dried and commenced to pop they ors grountlIfmayhelowed to lie until they have fully popped They are then scraped up nod cleaned with an ordinary Inning mill They pop with considerable force road hut for the inelosure a great IIIlilYIwould be lost When the i I fine they must be emit every second ot third lay When they are first pllri upon the yard rain does hot injure them but after they hove popped rain blackens them and injures heir sain Hoards or tarpaulins must heal hand nail in the event of a rain they must be swept in piles mind covered and when the ground hag dried they mummy be re spread Ordinarily they yield from 12 to is bushels per acre After u Monty frost while there will be a goodi nuny yl uncut they are of little value Very little capital or machinery with constant easy work is required timid the crop possesses numerous advantages in many localities C P Cooper in Iral rio Farmer NEW GRAFTING METHOD I It Assures n Fine Joint iiiul Quicker Coy tying of the NtultII We find the following III an Austra Hun exchange Time accompanying PH graving writes Ifoliert Smith lecturert on horticulture to the Shropshire county council depicts what Icon sider an improved form of grafting J he method of preparing the scion n 1IlKEnchinches fong and lave tour huts 1- thinspieci of woodas well nil tliefbark a s4tottIll11 I TIlL NEW METHOD OF GRAFTING is cut upward sufficiently long to cross over the crown of the branch to grafted half an inch of It wing boII to be slipped under the bark on opposite aide of time branch This method of grafting can be applied j to trees having branches about an inch I in diameter rather less than more In preparing the stork branch the one to be operated on ought to be severed rather close to the main branch only leaving about two inches The ruts must of course he made to correspond as nearly as josible with those on the scion or this method can be applied to young trees ns stocks where they are too large for Splice grafting Trio method of grafting gives stability to the work and the grafts arc not so liable to be blown out as in some others The system is much appreciated in Shropshire by amateurs who have time on hand for the work and line proved very successful Probably ninny per ions do not practice it on account of ill requiring more time to prepare the scions nnd also the stocks than older styles but in my opinion it only requires a little practice nnd patience to become expert in the work Scions cut from bearing trees will produce fruit quicker than those cut from young trees which have cot yet borne fruit In nil tree planting care must be taken to get the earth well in among the roots and in close contact with every root I I The contented cow is the only profitable one The best cow in time world will not do her best discontented t 1 1Y r r1 8100 Reward 100 pleseedtodisease that science has been able to euro la all Its stupes and that Sa Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to tho toadied fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional constitutional treatment HallsCatarrh Curo Is taken Internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system thereby destroying tho foundation of time disease and Riving tho patient 1 strength by building up ttio constitution and jij assisting nature In doing Its work The proprietors havo so much faith lu Its cura tive powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any COM that It falls to cure fiend for list of testimonials Address F J CmIc ET Co Toledo O told by Bnmq lists 7rc Malls FamilyTills are tho best TUG morning of opportunity passes tho nuvcrChicagottandutdttandutdTo Pay n 1m elly for Dining Is rather hard isnt IHi Yet how iniiuy are compelled to tin this after every moat Iye HpiU Unit Inexorable pumecutnr never ceased to torment of its own volition mind rarely yields to ordinary medication Hut tramiuuiiy of limo Btwiuieli in In store for those will pursue n course of Hostellers Stomach Hitter This lino corrective also allll141lInervousness I TIIGKC mire people who would do great nets but bccauho they watt for great oppor tunities life pusses ami the nets of love arc not domes ut IChleugo Standard Dont Tobacco Spit amid Smoko Your Life Awry If you want to quit tobacco tilling easily and forever bo made well strong magnetic I full of new lire and vigor take NoToHac i tho wonderworker that manes weak men strong Mmy Rain tea pounds in ten days Over JOOOJO cured Buy NoToBae from your OWII druggist who will guarantee a rnro Booklet and sample trailed lice Ad Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York Till best way to bo thankful is to so live and mt that Ill our actions show forth our gratitude v- IViiiit asleep cured soreness stiffness All right St Jacobs Oil did Iit UNLESS time heart first gives what tho hand bestows is nut a gift Uamn Horn TIM snuin old or now rheumatic painsSt Jacobs 011 will cure Kxrno and persistence conquer all things Ucujnmln 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who dearandaid Isle Itpy said Bridget whin I fust klin to this country Ol ciiddcut ate any thing Time fad was so nuaro It was different from what you haul been accus tomed to wan ItC It was mum hatdid you havo to eat In Ireland I Oh wo timid putati N nn blled cahhilge ananf- ruL What kind of fruit Bridged mustPittsbughCChrouiclcTclcgrapliHi is a bargain Sho How Is that Ho Thirtyeight marked down to tclltyfollrfltHlts PHOFESSOH Say Anna couldnt we Just as well postpone our silver wedding and celebrate It at time same time as tho goldon wedding I dont lilco to he interrupted iu my work ao often Fllcgcudo Bluettcr OUR ENEM STOLE An toe r What my stolehas hap into your pcncdf house one Simply day last weltthist the cold and touchedas settled on kidneysyouI passing Jt Youc1iaargcedwith blood thoughtlittJeoftheand inflamed In matter at the time stead of passing the for the enemy was waste matter out of only a vagrant cur the body they are rent ofillr But damming it up in blood Everynow you 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ADDHK88 STERLING REMEDY COPANY OHIOAQO MQNTEALOAH NEW YORK M a lIN i iTOP SNAP ritndeasilDOUItLL iGUNSUyCyCL i dt a IItrecig 00 tI OPIUJl TTDRUNKENMESSCrJltetenimw Crred DRTIEHIH NAIYUIUhll Jlil w- lin4aNIlreutmentYreeIrHnuNLnsHssAaw J LJ K l N KE Id3O 4 VJE WKiTINlT8TJ n please anteMdtpWt saWi a tUa si heal l4 tkk1m r wi rt4 W + h atIi1 J J f iio i t V iipn i i Iii r 4 t a Biliousness1 MMMd by iorpW liver wktoh prereets dices tta and pert Mtn rood to nMttttaml putrllylaI the stomach TIteR follow dizziness b- eadaeHoodsIrim ImomtMi nenrouHWM and I It hot relieved bilious fever I or tiloo4 poisoning Hoods j Fllht stimulate the stomach PillsN lae the river cure headache dizziness eon druJltlltTIMl OO30OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO pgLATE STATE HEWS 8000000000000000000000000A sI wants to travel with a musoum Madison county has moro hodgo fence than any other county in the state At Owingaville on lust county court day a man traded his hors oI for throe bowls of BOU The wife of Jos Price burned to death at her homo in Logan county in tho absence of her husband A nogro in Henderson drank seven cups of whiskey in Hevon minutes and was buried tho next dayAunt Murinli an oldcolored woman supposed to bo ovor 100 years old diod at Mt Sterling re con fly MOBO Hilton of Bell county while handling a pistol shot his 11yearold daughter inflicting a fatal wound Maude Curran aged 8 years whilo playing with her pot dog at Finovillostumbled and foil break ing her neck- Restored confidence and pros parity in Owonton caused the sale of 15 head of horses at prices ranging from 40 coats to 125 Four young men of Owingsvillo have taken an oath not to shav- until Win J Bryan is elected president of tart United States Wm Miller was killed at Fox i port by a heavy sawlog falling on him Isis hotly was crushed into n shapeless mass from the upII C Combs fired on a party I countyIloy and wounded another of tho party Mrs Ab Wiseman aged 80 died at Irvine recently of la grippe Sho was the widow of Abner Wise man the first abolitionist n Kstill countyMrs Nancy Amburgey wife of Robert Amkurgoy a prominent distiller of Knott county was struckspoochloasand died without speaking A log with a trailing lace collar was killed near Nicholaavillo and itis thought this is tho ghost which has boon frightening the darkies 6f that neighborhood An infant child of Jop MoCnllI of Mt Vornon was badly injured by a window falling on its head and tho mystery is how it is that r i outrightrAt Big Hill W H MoodIr merchant shotThcophilus Powell Tho shooting was tho outcome of- T a grudge of over 25 years standing Powell died from his wound Tho dwelling house and barns of John MoHarguo of Rookcastlo county wore burned with all their oontonts including 8000 pound- of bacon Incendiary and no in durance R Potts White Station Madi son county has received au order for flour from Goose Rook but he ant find tho placo on tho list e railway freight or express stations ilk Kentucky I Aunt tllio Armstrong attI ftttlftfefci wuwi cl OwcBtcii ia n T l Kh dead Jt the ag of 106 years She has always claimed fo have soon George Washington when she was a child way back in Old Vir ginnyAshby Brooks and Miss Maude Ramsey of Dixon wont to Evans ville Indaud wore married Dur ing tho afternoon after tho mar riage Brooks kissed his wifo and loft deserting her for good Of tho fiftyfive public buildings recommended by the congressional committee Bowling Green Paris Mayfiold ItopkinsviJJo and Leban on ouch got a 50000 ono Mt Sterling will ho similarly favored latnr Judge Donaldson of Carrollton discharged Frank Harris who shot and killed Herman Medley while tho latter was occupying a room with Harris wifo Tho judge hold that tho unwritten law applied to tho caso Wm W Amburgy a prominent confederate soldier of Ilitulmnn has not walked a stop in twenty five years and never has boon out doors but twice One time was for tho purpose of being immersed in tho Baptist church Ho is jov ial and hearty Col Bennett II Young of Louis villo bought tho Big Injun Pipe mentioned in thin paper last week at tho price of 8 Col Young says It iill n beauty I am grateful to you for finding it for mo It is an unusual form j it has extraordinary ornamentation and is about as handsome pipe take it all in n11IUt I have seen in Ken tuck SentinelDemocrat Couldnt Stand Disgrace Recently at Lawronceburg Tnd a valuable horse belonging to tho Rodonburg Distilling Company committed suicide by leaping from monthotho Fourth street tunnel and break ing its neck Tim animal was used about tho distillery as u eaddlo horna by the stamp messenger and did only horseswas purchased and Old DickI as tho other one was called was retired from iris position and put to work in n coal cart Tho change seemed to alter the spirits of tho old follow and ho appeared to consider his retirement a disgrace Ho disolosod as plainly as animal sense could that his now oocupa tion was distasteful and would re sent being harnessed to tho cart and refuse to step between the shaftsA few days ago after boing brought from tho stable by the driver and led to tho objectionable cart ho broke away and ran thro tho open gato up onto the Big Four track and raced along it until reaching the elevated point over Fourth street near tho Now liu warehouse then deliberately turned and leaped from the track onto u pilo of broken rocks below Ho was instantly killed Tho act of the animal boars ovary indication of suicide and shows almost human intelligence to attain the evidently desired result- ADLNISTRATORS NOTICE All persons who owe tho estate of F McGuiro deceased either by note or account must settle nt once as tho notes woro aU duo on January 4 1807 and unless paid at onco will bo placed in tho hands of an officer for collection This assI intend to settle tho business at once Joint M ROSB Jan 0 1807 Admr Tin HERALD and tho Cincinnati yearfMarch 1 After that date tho two will cost 150 per annum as the Enquirer at that time will increase the jmco Now is the time to euJQribo fT The Troth Plainly Tell When a onco grout newspaper liko time CourierJournal deliberate ly willfully and maliciously insults tho 218000 Democrats in Kentucky and tho ono hundredl and fifty odd thousands in Ten nessee and nearly seven millions in the United States who sup ported Mr Bryan for time presi dency it shows that it is an enemy of tho most implacable character Speaking of tho regular Democrats it says Scratch any ono of thorn and you will find at the very least n poor dog of a candidate- It i continues Their moat their drink and thpir respectability is olHco Then follows a choice bit of English which roads like it might have been written by some recently engaged servant of tho European aristocracy who has managed by hook or by crook to rise from tho kitchen or the stable to time dignity of a toady and a flunkey No stifle honorable and self respectingJ American citizen who has love off country in his heart and his own self respect could deliberately write and publish tho following attack against Mr Bryan and hisu supporters in tho late election Take from thom the ofiicos thoy have or tho offices they hope to got and there is nothing loft except a bundle of unclean linon and a band of brass voices Tho writer in tho CourierJour nal who refers to more than six millions of tho American people in those terms constituting nearly twothirds of tho whito people of tho United States and more throefourths of thoso who have th 1o Anglo Saxon blood in their veins need not bo described in words That ho is an enemy to Donmocrat- iprinciples and to Democratic rnl is plain enough That ho is at hear a traitor to Democratic tradition- and opposed to a government o tho people for tho pooplo and b tho pooplo and a friend to the rule of monopolies the syndicates and tho trusts is equally plain That ho is blind with bigotry and arrogance and thinks that tin privileged classes can ride roughshod over tho masses and lash thorn into submission is manifest 1 That ho is crazy or a foolor n knave or all of thorn combined will be tho verdict of every self respecting Democrat who voted for Bryan That tho Courier Journal should bo tho vohiclo of such unwarranted abuse and insult is not astonishing since it laid its powor upon the altars of Wall street and became apolitical bawd in tho Republican camp It hUB been boycotted by self respectin- Domoerats and in its anger it i stinging itself to death If tho Democrats of Kentucky uro up to tho standard of their breed the CourierJournal will soon find that it cannot spit upon thorn with impunity ill tho assumption that they cannot have n hearing at tho bar of public opinion What tho Democracy of Kentucky needs and will have is a Democratic or gan that will moot tho attacks of this renegade shoot refute its slanders damn it with the truth to which it is a stranger und hold it up to tho scorn and contempt of thoso whom it has betrayed viIi fled and traduced B A Euloc in Nashville Sun PAY 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