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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 7 f t yy ft f Tflfl HAZEL OREEN HER1 JA 4J j EstablUhed March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Hla Continent by Max ORell P 4t tr = yr c SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor rIt Or Mali World With New From All Nations Lurabrloi nt Till Tinck tlOO A YEAR Alwaya In AdvartM r- A TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY I O THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1897 NUMBER 44 Lexington and Eastern Railway I Tine Table la Effect April 1 1898 WEST BOUND STATIONS No IJ I II ItI I r Lexington 10 CO rill 4 pin 11111Winchester Fairlie 8 61 am 2 l l lIroll Indian Fld 87 am 1 10 Clay City 8 10 lUll i11 r Stanton Ii 10 nm i 0 ru Filsou 7 5 am 0 mi IDundre 7 I11 nm 0 1 PH Nat Bridge 7 38 am 00 nm Torrent 7 24 n n 9 MI rii dJeattrve Jc 7 0J rm 8 r i n n Three FksC 0 51 uni 8 l J r i Athol 0 32 stn 7 13 nil Elkatawu 0 08 am 6 t HT JaekNOil 1 00 r it d 0 p i EAST BOUND NoC STATIONS Nally Daily ex- Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 0 30 nm Avon 2 47 pm 7 OH am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 nm Fairlic 3 21I pm 8 fit nm Inilian Flils 3 37 pm ft 21 nm Clay Clty1 3 65 pin 111 45 am + stanton 4 05 pm 12 I10 pm Filion 4 18 pm 12 41 pm Dundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Nat Hrlilhf 4 37 pm 126 pm Torrent 4 01 pm 2 00 pm Benttyve Jc 5 lt pm 3 05 mi Three kll 20 pm 3 25 pm Athol 48 pm 4 12 pm tlliRlkatiiwn 12 pm 6 Oft pm Jackson 20 pm T 20 pm Nos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C k 0 Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive und depart from Sutherland J n LIVINGSTON Vice 1res anti Gen Man elIAS SCOTT Uen Puss Agent VNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our iji 500 Watches at BOO- u4 SOOu 000 1000u 700 2000 1500 10000u 7500 INE DIAMOND RINGS 750 und upwnrd GOOD VALUES AT I 1000 und upward lann Clocks ut OOc and upwnrd inn Clocks at 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver nnd I riated Ware hiiitalilo for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately J low prices HEINTZI i Near P 0 LEXINGTON KY OIT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QU- ALITYWORMS i WHITES CRE- AMVERMIFUGE1 FOR 20 YEARS Has loci all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED r SOLD HX Mara jUMJOaiCTS a Htnunnflox nrWirvr coh BT torte j 3j A WAVXiVKEj 2UC Xa Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY JjtvSurfjcry and obstetrics nspccialty rT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS iGfOOeLSis T STERLING IYr- r 4 2 BREATHITT COUNTY Jackson Jottings Ed Mnrcum hOB beou very sick with In grippe Tho infant child of Win Mooro near Jackson died lost wook Jns Blackburn of Stanton was attondingbusinoBR businessC merchant of this place has opened up a brunch store at Buckhorn Editor C X Bowling of the BenttyvSlle Enterprise was in our midst Sunday Attorneys R A Hurst and J n Marctim are attending Campton circuit court this week JViso llagins proprietor of the Arlington hotel is building nn addition to his livery barn John Patrick jr who has been confined to his room for several weeks was soon on the streets Sat urday S S1nulhoo1 has just returned from Mugoflin and Knott counties whore ho has been attending rove flue business Miss Kate Patrick of this place who has loon teaching a winter school at Oakdale was at her home Saturday and Sunday II A Bohannon the popular druggist of Jackson is often im portuned by his ninny friends to make the race for the next stnto sonatorship of this district Other aspirants had bettor look out if Silver Dick shies his castor The latest devolopmont in tho political world is tho formal an nouncement hero of II L Wheel er of Boattyvillo for the Repub lican nomination of circuit judgo of this district Judge Hml wino would not have n bettor morsel It is probable that Stenographer W P Norris of this place and tho ofHciont secretary of tho Democrat ic county campaign committee will be the private secretary to Congressmanelect limos Y JKitz patrick As a newspaper corres pondent and for general qualifica tions it would indeed ho a wise selectionJan HAJILB Ho Adjourned It All the Samo When Hon John P Salyor of Morgan and lIon Hiram Hoggof Owsloy were tho candidates for state senator a few years since tho convention to name tho choice of the Democratic party was hold at Jackson Tho followers of Mr Hogg succeeded in organizing tho convention und Judge Jim Linden of Breathitt was selected as chair man In tho course of its doli her ations the fri6nds of Mr Hogg thought it wiso to adjourn that they mightconsult with ouch other I and gain a few votes whereupon Homo ono moved that tho convon tion adjourn The motion mot with a prompt second and Judgo Linden declared tho convention adjourned A delegate on tho Sal yer side rose to n point of order and declared that tho chairman could not adjourn tho body with out putting tho vote But Judgo Linden was equal to tho emergency and said I cnntPhy I have already dono it nod sure enough ho had for by that timo half tho delegates woro in tho stioet As the sequel proved however tho ad jjdurnirient did not avail and Mr Salyor was subsequently declared tho nominee a iG I Contributed What nut Ye at Them When you Bro in society and t hoar young men talking vain foolish talk swearing or rooting under tho influence of intoxicants I chewing or smoking tobacco whonjj you sue young women giggling andC flirting what think yo of themii Do you pity them Do you think they have parents Do you think j their parents intentionally taught J them Rol Oh no Some BuchC youngsters have good parents I Thoy have disobeyed their paronta I and caused thorn great trouble The first wrong a child does iis to disoboy its parents Thon it gets into had company learns BndII takes up with bad and vain habitRII and after awhile those habits become master and tho subject isI the victim Oh young man orI young lady when you road this do not pass it by as an idle taloI Lot it sink deep in your heart roI member you aro building a life to live and die by I remember reading in a book that as lhoI beauty of summer tho fruitfulncss of autumn and tho support of winJJ tor depends upon spring so doesII tho happiness wisdom and piety of middle life and old ago depend upon youth Ton how important it is hw youthful hours url spent Oh fathoms and mothers aro you touching your sons and daugh ters by precept and example Aro you training thorn in tho way you would huvo thou g01 As time twig is bent tho tree is inclined to grow Solomon said to firing tho child up in tho WilY it should go and when it is old it will hardly depart from it Every child over four years old should rend or hoar rend one chapter of the Proverbs of Solomon and one chapter of thoI new testament on ovary Sabbath if not every tiny beginning with tho first chapter of ouch and talc lug thom in succession When tho Proverbs are all road commence at the first of Genesis and read the whole of time old and now tes taments Other good books and papers should bo road also if parontH would bring their children up in this way they would not have to see HO ninny sons go to jails penitentiaries und gallows and not so ninny daughters with out homes and without character January 14 J807 J S While Jack Riugp WAS sheriff of Menofeo county and a good one by tho way ho found that tho owner of some property in that county had not paid his taxes and was a nonresident OH ho lived in the adjoining county of Powell So Jack finding nothing in his own countyupon which to levy for tho taxes rodo over into Powell and drovo ono of tho delinquents cows into Monofoo to secure tho loot Subsequently ho met with tho la mented Wick Koifdall who was then prosecuting attorney of that district and put tho question Wick can tho sheriff in ono county whoro taxes nro duo go into an adjoining county and levy on property to satisfy tho claim Why of course trot replied Wick Well I know hotter said Jack But T toll you itcmuit ho done porsistecl Wick- I know bettor retorted Jack for by gum I have just dono that ellhiHtiny up your subscription OA1AB BRIDGE DISASTER One Man Confesses to Have Omit It- t Get Honey A special from Atlanta Ga says Sam Palutku crossoyod n fiend in expression revolting in countenance has confessed to having perpetrated tho grunt Cuhaba bridge disaster whichoccurred three weeks ago in Alabama Stolidly l and with immovable linos of criminal harshness on his face ho admits that singlehandcd ho sent 15 persona to a horrible death and woundedand maimed scoro moro There was no romantic reason bock of tho work of this courageous coward a man who dared discov ery which in Alabama meant cer tnin death to drivo a train to do struction in order to obtain a fow dollars Palatka was arrested in Eatonton in middle Georgia Ills first captors buliood him halfwit ted as hognvo himself away Thoso in charge of him in Atlanta as ho was 011 his way to Alabama say ho was absolutely rocklens and entire 1 Ily without human feelings Ho spoke of tho fearful wreck withno sign of emotion I did it said Palatka I wan ted money Its nobodys business what I wanted it for I did it 1 found it very easy 1 any this for the benefit of those who want to wreck trains Jt is just as easy to wreck a passenger train as it is to wreck a freight train Thoro is no money in a freight I lid not got anything out of the wreck Imovci a rail put it across the track and tho whole Inininass seemed to fall There word plenty of load folks with money one had 500hut before I could got at it tho live ones got up and thou tho crowds came 1 skipped out thou A Kentucky paper says tho expression stump speaking was originated by IContuckians and gives this account of its originI In 181f John McLean at tho ago of LM moved from Logan county to Shawncetown 1 11 without other capital than was generally possess ed by lawyers wf that daypoortn- lentod and ambitious Nature und life on bluo grass soil made him n great orator Indeed as a biographer expressed it beside his groat strength of mind thoro was no mind in Illinois boforo or since his day that surpassed him in pure natural eloquence Mc Loans first serious trial of his power was for a seat in congress upon tho admission of his adopted state into tit union in 1818 His opponent WItH Daniel P Cook also a Kontuckian from Scott county quick wiry eloquent and dolor mined On stumps of trees lit orally tho two spoke all ovor the country und from that campaign originated thrftitlo since given to wordofmouth I politicians- ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE All persons who owe tho estate of F McGuiro deceased either b noto or account must settle at once as tho notes wore nU duo on January 411807 and unless paid at once will bo placed in tho hondA of an officer for collection This is no scarecrow j it will ho done as 1 intend to sqltlo tho business at I once Tom JNF Rosa Jan 0 1807 Admr- WANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL HEN for rcijionilblo cs tnblldhed house in Kentucky salary 780 parable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose Hclfaildres IJuUdlnrChlcIIIlOZJ48 w WOLFE COUNTY 1 father T lei MM II A Munnin is on the sink list + Miss Lou Catron was tho guest of Miss Mollio Cox last Sunday promisedbutnow Born to tho wife of Howard Manning a boy William Jon flings Bryan R C Nickoll has jfmt returned from Stillwater whore ho has boon enjoying tho company or his book girlMarried I on the 21st inst Jos SwoonoyHov thou started for Cuba accompa niod by his young bride Jan 20 SIIINKU Competition renders advertising a necessity and scarce is tho busi ness that Inns none This may not bo in your town but is surely in adjoining ones nod these times of rapid transit and cheap transpor tation together with tho desire to see a live mans stock of goods and to secure a published bargain always catches tho purchaser who has an eye to his own interests But ho who does no advertising tolls you that ho saves just that cost ouch year Of courso hodoofl and in addition to this cost ho v tyinggoods and perhaps borrows money to pay his rout Tho time has passed in this country when load men can got to tho front and ho public constantly keeps his wares beforet- ime public boats tho ono who ad vertises by spells It must not ho forgotten however that tho ad vertisements need constant cures They must lie worked over often now loaders anti now attractions brought out and people are an eager to road them as they are tho neighborhood news Tho dull ROil son which comes in every trade is made less dullun the lively aeason moro lively by judicious ad vortising TAKBV UmCanto to my prom bios near Caskoy school house on or about November 1 1890 n black sow with four slioteH all have crop in oar Owner can hovosamo by proving property paying damages and costs for advertising MHB SUSAN Muu1IIviJanuary 10 1897 Polly Foltner the 10yearold daughter of Lewis Foltnor of Les lie county who so suddenly disap peared from her homo and who was thought to have boon murder od has boon found alivo and welt in u loggers cabin in Perry county Polly got tired of being n girl and being dependent on some mutt for inymons clothes assumed a mans name and will hereafter work likoV tho slornor sox for a livolihoodaShe rofusod to return homo to her parents tjT NERVOUS Troubles are duo to blood llootlsSar Bflpnrilla In thin Ono True Blood Purifier and NERVE TONIC p To Care Gold IB OMB Day f Take Laxatlvo Brothd Qnlnine Tablet d All lrugbiete refund time money If ItfftUft to cure 26c THE HERALD f F01tALL itTlN I lt 3 0 QJJJO JgurtJ C Cr I I i I i r- rI A hC J rIir v er o OEIfC09nxhbna HAZEL GREEN t I S1G IbTHREE PICTURES OF A LIFE00 DAWN Playmate of dreams and flowers and nil thlnjnt bright Uh little child whoiie hands Have found a treasure Iti the cuckoo lands Thy fair haired comrades of the earlier light- Dltsaing theo from their bowers Iliivo coma to seek lure In thy realmof flowers NOONDAY Maytlto nnd momlndiUo harm passed away Jtoxcs find Illlnn rare llavo chased the klnRSUps nnd the Ow lljm fair From meadows where the child no more cnn piny And stronger hands have nranpcd That dearest blossom which his II risen clumpedDUSK Blow to hla side the llnKcrlng river creeps Yhlsi crlnB Into his erHtraiiKo stories of tilt fur and of the near The clustering fluwurn arc dcaU wan au tumn weeis And all lifes better part Lies burled In the dreamland his heart Arthur I Sulinou In Chumbon Jour nal MADE IN GERMANY J Anthony Alexander was n woninn hater Ilu was lso a tittidcnt of philoH ojthy vry comfortuhNj olT A bache for of course and lit 40 till despair 0r ilctcrrnlncd mothers luiddntlfuldnngh hrti when he COlllle in their wny he did it Uti UttJc UK jiHstblci scarcely stud heart for un attack Alcxnuder inudv up lilt mind tolenrn 3cnjiuii beouiiHc he desired to trend in the original the works nt Kant Hegel 3 CM JlI11 weekly paper he oninc on ihu following advcrtlHument The 3erman tongue taught on n new slid Kjieccly system Apply lien iJchwalh alloy itrcct 1lmllco Air SquulbV said thu short grimy Tnuhl of the tall grimy lodging house IJttJI110or llrst door to the loft Mind topHIOAlejcundor ollmhed to the door lads rated and knocktul A sweet treble voice with a strong loreign aexuntsaid Come liu What Ji Jool luau lush thought Alex jindor The less he can iniTord n fc mule nppurtonamtc the more Hiire he ix to iuivu oue lie tuittutid The Jit tic room was neat rees Itself A girl jn n brown dress and IdacJf apron Htood up to rnoulvc him She hud a protty figure rosy cheekK large blue cycs grid an immetiHe iimn thy of air hair trolled Into n light hell Alexander bowed stlllly and Knhl thnt having soon the ndvonUsuiiicnt it Hwr hitlnviill YCHllhl the girl qulckty Iii la my fader at 111ou want to learn Oeannani Ni- lAllXIIIIIIr replied In the nnirmntlvc and ridded that he hadnt much time to permSeluwone 1rlHtllng with battlement The girl gave him annnvious glance MyI fader mnnot titeh now site Raid Sluice the notice appear he has n complaint JV front of my finder is Jll HjiickAlexander sorry and xvith Jt Koond stiff bows moved toward the dour nut I IFcdwig rVhwivlh il know dc secstetttaf I1Iyfader51d1tiegirlwilh- n bright blush I ran tltch 1 hive lltchod It In a grrnt noe tcjn for de uluUt It IIU She looked Imploringly up into the face of the six foot two blackbearded qundragennrlan He shook his head IterrSehwnlbllctlwlg newly let him go Wide and fIIal love made u snd to do within her AH Alexander got to the door lIvc heard a choking voices Ho will not be better noon ItotJI want1VIIIyoung 1 Zulu S3 nt nil At alii This wan oqe of the first phrnKc lledwlg hail acquired on her arrival in England She regarded It UK nn Idiom of ell work and brought It In t whenever site wanted to be partlcularlf emphatic Look here she went on I shnl give you two lessons and If you nre not contented you sty notting Dotting nnd I will beg your pardon of yon odeI wise I Bhnll jpersevere till de trout of my fader IK good Will you try r J dont doubt your IIhUIlin 11 Alexander lint enllghteuedIledwlg Is my woninnllncsH nn objection the cried Kr nh really dtammered Alex1 nmlor feeling it must be confessed u bit of nn ass nut lledwlg swept on Belief me you will find no differ ences I tltch like my Ender I tlnlc not of my womnnllnexH 1 tlteh like he From nn adjoining bedroom n door was pushed open und n gaunt leathery face with frenzied hair nnd glaring opectaclcK looked through Time girl nodded checrlngly to the apparition which suddenly vanished The blue eew sought Alexanders face again J i- Q + V Southmatte In them hlcl at- fro4allonlfal l1 Oil dun t mindlnnlil ihsmtiUcr lurtltdlyfo himself What m Uul Will ten oclock tomorrow wait you And he added with more humtinlty than gallnntry I trust Herr Schwnlb will soon be able to take your place I trust said lledwlg The rosy face beamed Alexander face when he got down Into the street did nothing of the kind Beastly nuisance he said aloud IL Three weeks pasted Herr Schwni seemed nearly well again butt tll doctor still forbade him to teach lledwlg hue given Alexander three lessons a weeI He was growing strangely resigned to the situation As long OK the hook I were open lledwlg was stern curt dry 1 I one seemed to see tile spectacles of Herr Schwalb on her nose When the books I I were shut she became n charming girl again and the trniiKformntion having taken place Alexander did not Lifter thu first make n point of leaving direct I ly On the Saturday morning which lirotiglit the tenth CM OD time helm r up lledwlg looked gnylyI at her pupil dm Mild Dont you link you proceed Im iistonlslicd ut myself said Alex under Herr Schwnlb nodded blandly from his chair iIn the curlier Ah 1 told you my womanliness wntt nnttluigsaid lledwlg withit tri umphant air- Alexander looked at the sweet moil est figure in the shabby brown dress at the round face flushed with the lint heat nnd with her jwdagoglc exertions on his huhalf Her womanliness nothing Well poor little girl lie asked If she had ever been o Hampton Court No Would she like oUIIIIHcrrI her down on the noonday coach and bring her bale bysix in the evening to g1Hiltlledwlg laughed run across the plHI sage and In five minutes reappeared having pmTieil n lace collar mi the brown dress loosened the tight hall off shining hair and mounted n fre h lit tic lint like her fare otic nest of Oh fairy day happy happy rOStsII The of thevery sight great gates mum great trees set Iledwigs heart dancing usual then th flaming flower beds andI cool alleys and emerald grass atid dia mond fountains made lice cry Acid heiivenKlyl heavenslyl again andI again And Alexander conducted her through the rooms nnd conrtw of tlie famous old palaces and Ilcdwig chat tend of Cardinal Wolscy as if he luteI Ihen her uncle anti of Henry WIT as If she hud lfn his grandmother and the next thing was to order ten in a I ipieer little shop parlor looking on lhpttJ t purls and while they were at tea n beau tiful tame ulcer with end eyes came 1o the window and asked to he felt TakeI care said Alexander us ITcrl wlg leaned forward to touch the crea tures head He caught her by fort hand and pulled her murk Hlrsch we call the animal KO rinld lledwlg standing meekly by his side How do you evil him nt all DelI frauleln said Alexander He luau forgotten to let go of her bund tumid he sjwkc very gently anti nay Ig norant intruder hearing what he said tteeing how close tilt KimpJe pretty lit tIe Kliliic uuiidcn timid the woman hater stood togctlier in the alcove of the parlor window might have fancied lint It was time to go home Of course Alexander saw Bcdwiganl- to e tlu door of 3 May street I can enough tank you never sheI saldrearnestly lute nucht- iiiiU nncht Ira ulclum gate nncht Yarning away he ran against un ae quaintance luncji Jones surveyed him with a twinkling yeChanged your views Dont understand 1 thought according to you tIll bcj t woman that ever breathed lea a onlyI to be tolerated You seemed to be a trifle overflowing with toleration just now Neat little article Mud in Germany Hallo no ullense old chap Alexander no offence 1 say limit Alexander resisting the tempta tion to knock Jones who was a smalt nun Into the gutter stalked away Ill Ami after dinner in hula luxurious study he vat solitary and thought and thought He thought of the girl to whom he hud given his heart In early days and ml ho hind deceived him lie thought of the undisturbed regu lar independent life to which he was mime cnstomel lie thought of his JO years And the end of thesesmeditations was that ho went to his writing table and pM iied a letter to lied wig He Mild tint he with unexpectedly obliged to go abroad He thanked Franleln Schwalb for the pains she humid tukcn with him nnd begged to inclose thin sum due to her for time remaining lessons of time course lIe much regretted being uuuble to receive them He sent his nest compliments to Herr Schwalb and remained hers very alii ccrely Anthony Alexander Ho went to Switzerland Intending to do n mountain or two But In ridicu Ions defiance of the most elementary A u IrulcI wh Iw tried the iu tnL firer r n limit t lthrt7osen liD oldbrotsadi- cmni It ltnpy girls voice followed hlll1 everywhere At last loaning dismally over n hotel balcony one fine evening In Chain ounlx he heard a Germ a mi lady below say to n friend Oute uncut He couldnt stand it any longer Cute nncht lime words called him buck to 3 May street and he pricked his traps that night and to tt May street he rushed as fast as trUnbontvtlbwwould- take him The same maid apparently with tlm name dirt on her face answered time bellAir Sqnalp Es deadl Dead 1Yes cdled K got worse and then IC diedAmidnndtun young lady Left Wheres shin gone Dont 1 know A sovereign shone In hel linnd Im very sassy sir stun Said staringa excitedlyI but time frowloin never said a word to nobody She just paid timid I lift When 1 Three weeks last Toosdny Dp you think she was going to per mnnyV Im sure sir I havent an Idea She paid the week and left She seemed all of h dne- Alexander knew what he had dour He had run away from his one chance of unpplucssnndnowwhcrc was Hodwlff- i By night London looked to him like a euuciiunt beast stuck over with cruel eyesu beast that swallowedl live down and kept time secret by due thus family streets mocked him with IiiIOr was she hack in the Fatherland11 Safe with friends with a betrothed lover perhaps If it were so and he could but know of It he thought he should hove the manhood to thank heaven IV He hind been returned to town four days An he came III late from n weary stretch of walking his valet met him NlrIt- Alexanders nerves were In u quern puleIA lady- I think sir shes n nnn Alexander walked into his study Amazed he sign rise before him a figure in hind with flapping sleeves round flowing shirt A calm good face looked from under the white band maid sable veil 1IIdlIIwho hove been advertising to discover till address of Bets vig Schwalb ills heart sank Yes yes She is with us- lledwlg A nun She shook her head with a grave air Nuns nre sot made so quickly Our nearIago I found tIll poor young woman lying on the chapel steps I am Sister Frances Slut was 111 insensible we took her in liar name is on her clothes we could nut toad out anything about her She ins ftcrIt is on the brain she doesnt speak sense Hut we see sin is a good girl and has been well cured for innocent refined If you arc U relative and wish to sec her you cum come with mr Not a relative gasped Alexander an old friend Too rum bent her head I jim sorry to have to say It lint there is no time to lose If you want to sec hrr alive Bed narrow beds sick beds In rows Walls gray walls silent walls glim nitfriiif walla with pictures Lights dim lights kind lights holy lights like flowers And on n pillow lied wigs free with the roundness nnd the roses and the splendid hair gone from it and HedwIgH voice babbling in German wildly She wont know yon said Sister Frances lint she did know him He took her hand and bent over her sail she began talking English nt once A light camu into the waken face It Is you llUn so pleased to see you at all 1 was knowing you would come What n fine day What n bluu sky Happy happy Her gaxo wan tiered And look onlythe beautiful tame deer Can I give him feed Xo no Ills eyes mire too sad Take Ihim away I am tired lute audit Perhaps Sister Frances hind hud a love story In her youth Slur turned her back when she J nw how Alexanders tears rained down and how he lurid time poor delirious little girl In n passionate yearning clasp Was it his warm tcnr the warm clasp that brought lledwlg back to lifes shore from which she hud been fnvt drifting Who con any As soon ns she was better Alexander asked her timidly If someday she 1 oult1 marry him In n whtspercame Iledwlgs reply I willat nil Ancn People never think oj WhistlingI In Iceland It Istl violation of tine dlviuo ll1WiY V r 4- I Q- I tiTftE ENSE CiftorTcT xtins woolen cloth newTailorfycj sir lt so new that you sin almost hear if bleat Harlem Life It is not putting things In the right place that bothers n man so much as finding the right place otter he hits put things in it TtI5its As They Pronounce ItThercf one thing about my girl yawned Freshly shes awfully chin Yes null no Press spring chick at thuLDetroitF- ree Baking Up Old ScoresThe apple crop Is enormous thisI year Yes and they say that apples are brine food It Well they dldit net that way tai Adnm aul I cChlcngo Record Surprised lJlm1uthcrIt willI be only right to settle my daughters fortune on her children Foreign Suit or xdttdIYPllrblcu I not know she hat any Brooklyn Life Nurse Glrl1 lost track of the child mum tad Mistress GoodI gracious Why didnt you speak to a policeman Xurse h in1 was speak hug to one till the thlleTItJIIt- lSlllIt no use Mr Slimly in my present state of mind I would not accept the most attractive mUll in the world He Xo I see you wont hut at mummy rate you will juice the satisfac tion of knowing that he lots uttered himselfTUHits On the occasion of time lord mayors visit to North London recently n cap tain was heard to remark to his corps Close liP boys close up If the en emy were to fire on you when you nre stragglingnlong like tout they wouldnt kill a single man of you Close up l TitHits DIVORCES GRANTED TO INDIANS Novae Whleh thin Courts Are CrcutlnR In AliorlKlnul Tribal ItuliitlniiH With must of the plains Indians nUll riage consists slimily of pcklng out the maiden leading her to a cabin or wig wam aiili installing her as mistress of the house and cornfield sometimesi with the necessary preliminary of pay ing the father a ponyor two or an in stallment of blankets tumid occasionally with some slight ceremony per formed I b3a chief or medicine man And when the brave grows tired of his partner he can get rid of her as easily rs he won her The people who arc now Hocking to the Dnkotas or Oklahoma to get Ili orces would be supremely happy if they could throw off the galling bonds of wedlock as ensllyits does time rescr album Indian The fact having been formally announced by the head nine of the elan the divorce takes place when the tribe is gathered and lance When all are assembled and the circle formed the discontented wnrriorstrikcsadrnm used by the revelers gives away a few presents oft tinmcs making n present to the squaw lie Intends to take next noel then in a short bombastic speech ho stigmatizesI his wife by giving her over to the tender mercies of other braves while they look upon him enviously mel consider that he humus performed an net of bravery in his desertion Often as many as half a dozen di singlelnmcno lawyers nnd no trouble shout mull moray or the custody of children Awl the squaws thus east ofT as a general thing seem to take ItilK n matter of course and before the close of time dnnc hytnn l fort to repairI as speedily as possible the break in their hearts and matrimonial experience severaltyandthe Indian thuds that he has cemented t CortIllt thnttnudbindingcjti7cn And if the weight of one legal henrivupon withthetwotwhlhtheI and at thesame time takes assay his former aye sue of reliefSt Louis Globe Denlo crat Iriclium swords Perhaps the swordInofllarodaincrustedwithandenurnhdsamid it is valued shahor litcHlRtiRlthorllsczar and1 the sultan ofrentsword inEngland is the timelgyptlnns hiltINotcA iood dun Fly Jlnllnlgllll1IIOll reclonedlcaceuImlyLudyflow came you to be outnl the kneesPrayln IondnnFFignro tProfessorgentlefilchiscssemmtinl existencethereItet1llllgcdlsctcrcdlt1StmleutWhatdllcoercd11NfessorUouscbold 1rhauI 1 Usint want oil its tittiioKs by purlfytnc your i blood uow with a thorough course o- Hoods HF Sarsaparilla t TM bestIn tact the out True ttlood farlfl t I Hoods Pills l0Itaknrasytonperate tIf6 i How They Did a Mite It In said that a hurricane holds theo 1the1 balloon lleooIJtime third place kt held by a rnllrnnd engine In R35T seconds Then we havu In their order the following perform ances A 2yearold horse in I minutr iG40 seconds a torpedo boat In 1 mln ito 3709 seconds n cyclist on the track in 1 inintitc 4420 seconds an American pacing horse in 2 mlnutea 15 Bccotids nn American trotting horse In 2 minutes 37 nccoudt n Fciri country skater with a flying start In 3 minutes n professional runner in I minute 1275 seconds a single scull rower In 5 minutes a walker in rN minutes 23 seconds a punter in It minute 28 seconds n fresh water swimmer In 25 minutes 8 seconds while the same mnn tool nearly 2 minute longer to swim n mile in the sea 2i minutes 73 seconds t In Olilfii Tlmt4 PtOIIO overlooked the lm i rliMi o of per itiuiitiitiv iMiicllclnl olTects iiinli WIl natls lied with traiihlisiit aitlnii hut ioiv tmtlt IIs Kitnurally known that Syrup nf Flits will permanently overcome liiibltnal rcnslipji i Linn wellinformed people will nut buy oilier laxatives wlikh act for a time but tlnully Injure the systc- ui1lnntaiIoutyou think my new hat IH a poem Ned1 Ted critical 1IoIlIIlti height lour I should cnlinur II luMcau1 la u short Miiry I Spare Muimnlb- Dnoisr treated tree ttv Or J1 II Onions Sons of Atlanta iu Tint iMcutcst ilrnpy si eiialitH In ihu world head Unir Iherthicmcnlln another column of this paper TUB real purpose of arbitration is in slimy that the other fellow is rtoagI k W BllllUllll Arrru physicians tiuil Riau me upI I 1 ti saved hy Pison Uuru JUirn Kiucu ICn HaiiiKporl 1a Nov SJ 1MKI 1rtiiurs morn guml intithl bo arrow pushed hy ringing a cuituw lor grows puple N Y russ 1uid Rimwlnupaiii iiuiitMiffHi ljrompt luuth1I1 cimiSl laiohsOill 11a etiv that till KIMM dm yttuuif An maer of fad Illllthu mng that till Kod JHuston Transcript UMIII up and brut with pain lumliV BO UNO St lu iilji Oil and slruixhUii u- pInrltusrrasf SOppnethnu is gnusu- hi atkin- Culler1Nut SOil tll 51513 III IUUIII Iio In that way N Y Tribune A ruiNii IH I iHiu I 11111111 IIVflrliHIhullton ov A Padlocked Hcnrt How many beget n lock their troubles and Milkring in them own hearts andsi lently endure miseryi and pain whichi would cause htiotiK mm to cry out in iRonyThe suffer r ins of women are snore than half unknown and tin appreciated The refined itcnuitivcnefs of their or ganism lays them liable to a tuoufcind requisite tortures which a coarser nattne can never experience or comprehendThe derangement or disorder of the delicate special organism nf their ioU over whelms the whole physical and mental be Lug with weakness und wretchedness tlollb1uInperfectnrdeal of examinations and local treat ment which the family doctor is sure to uponNo in the world tins had a wider or more successful experience in time treat mcnt of womans diseases titan Dr R V Pierce chief consulting physician to the Invalids lintel and Surgical Institute of IPrescriptionIs difficultiesIt kind pre pared hy an educated skilled physician iweakneSSseveI ClqIItMyspiir Sin could nut get Iu nnd out if dotr without hrlp WIIH nut able loMnndnn tier rrtl long at a time c iuiplaliir of ilrncKiiiu dnwiv pains In abdomen Nolhiui tint an uultiinly hllfllthollfhllI R1hICfoIlOvIItthe first two weeks trentincnt continue the treatment six months nnd prnnou0crd the csrr romfilftf nl n cost of less than one months treM silent by the In It physician we employe1 efore consuttluK lr Pierce She used Dr tierces ma rrcunllnrlldtllbygoaleirect IU pcriiiouenl IOII I I == il= S i i i I NQ 1 OUHIt nEBS fj fqFtho Cavalry Charges of Heaven IIn 4Their Assault on Slnt Opportnnltlm WaltfAliB ldlailtiin4 Drl t died Needing Oiiljr the 11 aml to Guide Tiicin Into AclilaVQitie1t lnlireet M iliitf Sermon liT Jtevi lr Taliungc 1 TatJSS1 I JH j ttr tot SundVy want Ij cHvcrIithen 2000 1 horses If thou be able on th+ part to setrldcrs upon them bppcrAitrfolrtlHflesloging army and the generoli off esIeged Jerusalem nro in consulta tlon Though Gen llabshnlcoh had beSa largely paid to stojUieBloge hl fccjft the money and Continued the- signthatntiliaryumlereanti1 Rub htkch derides tnercapaiflty of tin cltfto defenditself and practically- aiyj You have not 2000 men who can mauago horses Produce 2001 cavalrymen and I will give a present- o 2000 cavalry Corses You have not- E nil yourvbeslqg5iUl city of Jerusalpn t000 men who can mount them and- y bit and bridle control a horse Rabshahch realiicfl that it is easier to find horsca than skilled rigors and hence log makes the challcgo of the texthI tvjll deliver thee 2000 horses if thou bo able to set riders upon themnabshatcliII10rqa y another bad man said orcryruggestititt thing The worldfiffull of great energies mind great opportunities but few know how to bridle thorn and mount them anti manage them Moro spirited Horses than competent riders The fact is that in thq church of God we have plenty of fortresses well manned and plenty of heavy artillery unit plenty of solid columns of brave Christian soldiery but what we need most is- cavalrymounted troops of Gollfor sudden charge that seems almost lies peratc If Washington if New York ifLqidon aro over taken for God it will not be by slow bomboYdmcnt ol lnsunlhnberingpqftlCIlcs of the churches but a gallop ousxuldcn ti5Stnltt and rush of holy energy that ivjll afetound and throw InTb panic the long lines of drilled op position armed to till teeth Nothing so Scares the forces of sin as a revival that comes they know not whence to do that which they cannot understand They will le overcome by Runic move ment The Church of God must double uptthcir right or left Wing If they ex pect us from the north we will take them fromthb south If they expect US at 13 oclock at noon we will come upon them at 12 oclock at night Tho opportunities for this assault are great and numerous but where are tho men 1 Inviil deliver thee 2600 Iforfos if thou be able to set riders upon them wThe opportunities of saving America and saving the entire planet were nev vrjtert tnany nevuro urgent never so tremendous as ntiw Have you not nor ticed the willingness of the printing press t f the country to give tho sub jcet of evangelism full swing in column usuallyeontincdligious journals Now tho morning I thousandst fclliyenro and print most awak citing discourses Sever sinco the world has stood has such a force been offered to till engaged in the worlds evangelization Of tho moro than 000nowspapers on this continent I do not know one that is not alert to latch and distribute all mut tars of religious Information Oh now 1tfee a mighty suggestiveness in tho fact that time first book of any Importance that was ever published after Johann Gutenberg invented the art of printing was time Bible Well might that pour man toil on polishing stones and manufacturing looking glasses and making experiments that brought Upon him tho charge of insanity anti borrowing money now from Martin llrclhrr anti now from Johann Faust until ho set on foot this mightiest power for tho evangelization of tho world Tho statue in bronze which Thorwnldsen erected for Gutenberg in 1837 and tho statue commemorating him by David DAngers in ISIO and unveiled amid till the pomp that mili tary processions and German bands of best music could give the occasion ldre insignificant compared with the r aft to bo demonstrated before nil lolJaunGutentJtrgforces which will yet accomplish tho fvorld8 redemption Tho newspaper Press will yet announce nations born I laa day Time newspaper press will report Christs sermons yet to bo de lilrcredand describe his personal np pctrance if as some think Ho shall omo again to reign on earth Time publishChrists l emancipation from sin and sorrow and death Tens of thousands of good Men In this and other lands havo been trdalned by the laying on of hands to reach time Gospel but it seems to mo 8t now by time laying on of tho hands of the Lord God Almighty time news iHpcr presses are being ordained for Caching time Gospel with wider sweep iJid mightier resound than wo havo Jryet imagined Time iron horses of lMe printing press Bro all ready for the fettle but whore aro tho men good tRough and strong enough to mount WhoW and guide them I will deliver 2000 horses if thou be able to sate Upon them 11 andthineI rigapprccinton1 rtaneeofYohear thisClear 0000 h3ack iia1 ninet Osymandyas lcd IlaetrlanJoseplmus f Israeliteseelmo sealThreescveatyonyrutsEpdminoudlmeadcdj I gallopAlosnttder J troops1IHevenfctruggloat Arbela Although saddles rConstaQUUDImownfterChristandlIInort1great cst battles of time ugcs Austerlltz and Marengo and Solf erlno were do cided by the cavalry IWraounteil Cossacks reenforced the Russian snow theFrenchonly had suillelenlly cavalry atUautzon and Lutzen his wars would have trl Umphatly ended I do notwonder that tho duke of Wellington had liis old warhorse Copenhagen turned out in best posture anti that Hilt duchess of Wcl Copenhagensbut tingles as I look at the arched nock and pawing hoof and fpahtUig nostrils of Jobs cavalry horse Hast thou clothed his throat with thunder lie paweth in the valley he goelh forth to meet tho armed non The quiver rat tleth against him the glistening spear and time shield Ho saltlmammmg the trumpets Ha ha and he strelletli time battle afar on the thuuiler of tho cup talus and tho shouting Christtiarawho with bold dash and holy reckless1 ness timid spurned ocm energies urL to take the world for God t TQ Hits army of Christian service belong the evan gelists It ought to be time business of the regular churches to multiply them fobtlmemsay some are too sensational aim some of them mire not enough learned and some of them arum erratic and somo of them arc toe vehement and some of thom pray too loud Oh fold up your criticlsmdl and let them do that which we the pastors cnn nover do I like all tlievangelists I hove ever seen or heard They are busy now they nro busy ovSe cry day of time week While we time pastors servo Hod by holding thug drillingtheing anthems and sermons and ordinances on the right side theyare out fighting time forces of darkness hip timid thigh with great slaughter All success to them The faster th6y gallop the better I lilac 1tJhe lkeener the lances they fling tho more I ad mire them We CIO not what conven tionality they Infract if they only gain the victory Moody imam Chapman and Mills and Jones end Harrison and Munhall mind MaJ Cole amid Crit tenden and a hundred others are now making the cavalry charge and they aro at this moment taking New York and Philadelphia and Cincinnati for God and 1 wish they might tale our nations capital Hear the tremendous facts There are now in this country nearly 100000 church congregations with nearly 21000000 communicants with seating capacity in church for more than 43000000 people in other words room in tho churches for three fourths of the population of this coun try and about onethird of time popula tion of this country already Christian In other words we have only to average bringing two souls to God during tho next three years and our country is redeemed Who can not under tho power of tho Holy Ghoat bring two souls to God in three years And so many will bring hundreds and thou nails to God most of you have to bring only one soul to God and tho gospel campaign for this continent will ho ended If you can not bring ono soul to God or two souls or three souls in three years you are no Christiand deserve yourself to bo shut totHeaven The religious pessimists of this country arc all time time depicting the obstacles as ijp great and our forces an so small that wo half of tho time feel that wo aro attempting an impossibility Take out of your prayers mind preach- Ing some of your stufllng of groans and put in something of acclamation and triumph and tho United States will bo gospelizcd and if tho United States bo gospel Izcd America will bo- gospellzed and America rvsMnnl I fntI wn will take Asia from tho Pacific beach and Europe from tho Atlantic beach and not far from now time lost star we live on will take its place among the constellations that never fell Let time more than 21000000 communicants as they Uf the sacramental cup to their lips take oath that they will not rest until the other 40000000 are saved The opportunities arc ull saddled and bridled Where ore the men and women to guide them I will deliver thesOOO horses if thou be able to set riders upon them What two men can do for good or evil is Impressed upon mo by tho fact that two Scotchmen going to California each took something that would remind him of his native coun try The one took a thistle tho em blem of Scotland Tho other took a thetworlcXthetwo Sootehinen ls widely seen Them curse of the faolflo loptt Is tH thistle md thb blessing o tltaPa ilI clflc slppo is tho honey fount very yourlifethistles and jf ojieonangn do so much good and anotneV BOT mucuovll how much could bb donel fbitho fausdm bi this country by twcnty0np miUlpn people nIl consecrated Get omitof tho way ivlthyotir dolor yourdirgestho grand march of what we may do nnd will do The woman at Sedan in whoso house Napoleon the Last vas waiting to make surrender of himself overthrown11ronchmyou1 And time despairing monarch replied Nothing but draw down the blind so that I can not bo stared nt In this Gospel campaign we have plea ty to draw down time blinds In Gods name I say pull up tho blinds and let tho morning sun of tho coming victory shine upon us What wo want in this campaign for God is tho self abnega tion and courage of the men of Sir Colin Campbell who as Lord Bishop Cowlo of New Zealand once chaplain of his army told me said to time troops Men no retreat from this place Die right here And they shouted Yes Sir Colin wo will do iu And theydidr I U I Temporary defeats ought nqt to dishearten What is Hunker Hill monu meat Monument of defeat Hut from that bloody mount American In dependence started for its grandest achievement mind all tho defeats of the cause of God are Incipient vie tory Thy nntnta In all this glorious war Shall conquer though they die They see the triumph trots ufur And seize it with their ojc And now standing us I do in this national capital let AVO say that what wo want in the sonata and louse of representatives and tho Bupremo court is a Pentecostal blessing that will shake tho continent with divine mercy There recently came into my hands tho records of two congressional prayer meetings on time rolls of which wero tho names of tho most em meat Senators and representatives who then controlled time destinies of this republic tho ono congressional prayer meeting in 1817 and the other in 1800 The record is in the handwriting of tho philanthropist William E Dodge then n member of congress There are now more Christian mom in the national legislature than over before Why will they not band together in n religious movement which before tho inauguration of the next president small enthrone Christ in tho hearts of this nation They have tho brain they have tho eloquence they have tho influence God grant them tho grace sutllcientl Who in con gressional circles will establish tho capitalino prayer meeting in 18U7 Let tho evening of the last decade of this century be irradiated with such n re ligious splendor There are time oppor tunities fora national and international charge nIl bridled and saddled Whoro are the riders to mount them Hero also are opportunities all ready for those who would enter tho king down God Christ said tint tho king dom of Heaven was to be taken by vio lence By ono Hash you rummy enter Quicker than any equestrian over dashed through castle gate you may piss into tho pardon null hope of tho Gospel As quickly as you can think Yes or No as quickly as you can matte a choice so quickly may you decide the question of eternal destiny No ono was ever slowly converted Ho may have been thinking about 10 years but not ono inch of progress did he make until tho moment of assent tho very second in which ho said I wlll That Instant decided all Itring out tho worst 2000 mcn in all the earth anti hero are 2000 opportuultlesof immediate Il1 eternal salvation I will deliver tho 2000 horses if thou bo able to set riders up on them Time cavalry suggests speed When once the reins mire gathered into the hands of tho soldiery horsomnn and tho spurs are struck into tho Jimmies you hear tho rntupul1 of the hoofs Velocity iis the word that describes the movement acceptation moment umand what wo want in getting into tho kingdom of God is celerity You see the years are so swift and tho weeks are so swift and tho days aro so swift and thu hours aro so swift and time minutes are so swift wo need to be swift For lack of this appropriate speed many do not got into Heaven at all Hero we aro in this last Sabbath of the year Did you over know a twelfthmonth quicker to bo gone Time golden rod of one autumn speaks to tho golden rod of the next autumn and time crocus of ono springtime to tho crocus of another sprlngtlm and the snowbanks of ad joining years almost reach each other in unbroked curve We aro in too much hurry about most things Duslnuss men in too much hur rV rush into epcculations that ruin them and ruin others People move from place to place in too great haste and they wear out their nerves and weaken the hearts action But tho only thing In which they aro afraid of being too hasty is tho matter of tho souls salvation Yet did any one over gut damaged by too quick repentance or too quick pardon or two quick emancipation Time Ulble recommends tard iness deliberation and snaillike move I sent IIK SOBM things M whoa It ese Joins as to be slow to speak amid stow tb wrath and ldw id do Wll but It telli uea Xhe Kings fcual quodaysIIhntbi rand EjfcSulatebr Eicapefor thy life Look not behind theo neither stay thou in all tho plain Other cav airy troops may tall back but mount ell years never retreat They are al caltorhoar tho command of halt and pitch their tents for the night Tho regi ments pf tho years never hear time COin tunnel of halt and never pitch tent for time night ahundredits troop df 305 days and thin day leads on its troop of 31 hours and the lour leads on its tzoopof 00 minutes and all hro dashing out bf sight Perhaps thoro are two years In which we are roost Interactedl our first and Apr last 1up fnour mothers arms we Watched the flight of the first With wondering eyes wo nil watch the conning pf the last Time name of that advancing year 0Icon not call It unity be law tho nineties of this century it may bo 1n tho tensor twenties or thirties of tho next cen tury but it is coming nt full gallop Viihl what mood will wo moot IL1 In jocosity as did Thomas Hood in his last moment saying I am dying out charity to tho undertaker who wishes to earn a lively Hood or In fear as did Thomas Paine saying in his last moment Oh how I dread this mys torlous Jonlln tlIY dark or in boastfulness as did Vespasian saying in his last moment Ah Methinks 1 Km becoming a god or in frivolity as did Do mo mix tho infidel philosopher saying in his last moment You may gd home tho show is over or confidence stricken as did Charles JX of France saying in his lust momontl Nursel Nurse what murder what blood Or shall wo meet itI in gladness of Chris linn hope Rico that of Julius Charles HareI who said In his last moment Upwards Upwardsi Or like that of Richard Baxter in his last moment saying Almost well Or lilac that of Martin of Tours saying in his last mo mont I go to Abrahams bosom Or like that of polished Addison who said in his last moment See with what ease n Christian can die Or tiles that of George Whltcfiold who felt that ho had wild rill that ho could of Christ declaring in his last moment I shall die silent INTERESTING ITEMS Tax cruiser Philadelphia has made n voyage of 4000 miles in 10 days with out exhausting liar coal capacity OVK of tho relics of the recent Hood along the lines of tho Northern Pacific anti Great Northern railroads in Wash ington Iis a small houso which sways upon a big cedar stump 14 miles out front Seattle FOIICK of habit strong in life is illustrated in tho trappings of a dray mule in Now Orleans which used to haul a bobtail car and refuses now to draw the wagon an Inch unless the old ear bell dangles rom Its collar AcconniNO to figures published by time Atlanta Journal tho 1C former slave status have appropriated nearly SSoi 000000 for Negro schools within tho past 20 yearn null time number of Negro teachers is at present moro than 27000 Tin diameter of tho sun In 107 times greater than that of thu earth yet it Is believed by the astronomers that most of thounxml stars are still larger Sirius the dogSttir for an illustration is thought to bo at least 2700 times larger than our sun SOMKIIOIIV put poison into time In closure where Frank Wells of Sheldon Vt kept put skunks and when tho owner was skinning those that lied ho become poisoned through an abrasion of the skin of his hand Gan grene resulted and illness followed TIIK uirtight compartment theory of building ships was copied from a provision of nature shown in the case of thu nautlltiH lime shall of this animal has forty or fifty com partments into which nil or water may be admitted to mallow tho occupant to sink or float us he pleases A 1KCiMAu result of n ntroko of lightning was noted near Dijon France in time summer of 1803 A flash of lightning was seen to utrlko a fish pond and an investigation was made immediately after the storm had subsided which proved that every fish In time little mice hnd been killed This Is one of time very few recorded instances of lightning striking fresh water TUB tiniest baby perhaps in tho world has been added to tho family of Samuel Donaldson a barber In Cam den N J It weighed only 7y ounces when it came into tho world tho other day but Dr Frederick PfoHTcr says it Is healthy and with good care will live Tho baby is a girL Her head will easily go into an ordinary teacup while her hand will not cover a silver 25cont piece ON the northeast of Scotland it is a favorite theory with tho fishing and seafaring people that in a storm three waves aro strong and violent virile the fourth is comparatively weak and loss dangerous This succession they call a rote of wives Fishermen ro turning from their fishing ground oft en prove by experience tho truth ol their theory and hang back as they como near tho shore to take advantage of tho lull that follows they say pretty regularly after three big breaker S iii C = r PEE+iJJJ f ti ftto general officer in he nlou army Lord Russell of Klllowen took lit tlo4ntJ nJIiWits a pt iyiI iI 1iiti tit IIbyRtiJt 1 3 J tCPdttfefthe tltl Ah- du1idI Jiltl4t limo rulattOf Ue Soatlam who will probably bo de posed VvthoJ oglll4hJn it few years He is 4b fenrs otdt3xin WioSAd o ivilto null In lhc color at the ntygfo who are his slaves 1 him meat lailitiffcr a ticiplaced iinoiuthe Itcmmn Index JI8i11U other t mouth r AVclreV Lang This this tinction has been obtained bv his workout Culture and Myths wimioh nppears to have leeohtclcdoiyu Ut thoVntleifo through having been translated into 1rcnpli u Hook collecting 1Is the pastime in wlciclkgJ4l I ielldirtgtytnhesn gJtatcr cst Hj lllmiry of 0090 qr 7OQO yol times Is noteworthy for I tit first cdltlqus mural autograph copies of American es pnylnts historian anti pilots as vr ll a luunynuc volumes of theatrical history biography and criticism betjlutm+ i z flow lives In Ashevjlle N C He wns hqtMnllt nttcrJhhlllugllratioll Then he joined time c The hlllhltluIIIH umcedetntenrnmy ul Georgla Cnyvan are expressed In time design and coloring of Ithe admirable posters itfod to advertise lieu tour Mlas layvan manager her drnmatlu eoirt parry selects the plays distributes the purls ohoosiN the costumes designs limn stage decorations and personally directs till the rehearsals GOLD BY THE YARD paw tin 11111111111 In Ornuiuutitnl Ircuntllnu 1M1rupanvl The beating of thu innumerable lit Jlo square pleas of gold which nmiz used to Over huneK nand signs cud HO on forms a distinct industry in time gold trade which employs a lunge nun ber lit hands and requires no small lUlHIIIllt ofskill The lung low building in which tim- ework Is curried antis tilted Uiroiighotit the day with time fiound of1iainmcrN On every sill little boxes containing tiny rolls of gold era to be seen which laelicssinlengthpounds The gold IH received JII barii one lglllh of an Inch In thickncHHnn inch In width and weighing MO penny weigh tn This Is lolled out lntoarlh IHMI tO yards in length 11 I is then given to the workmen In KlrlpHi meiiHurlng seven yards each of which is emit up Into lEHI pieces Those iirciiow ready to bo beaten out Ijyjinjijj Tlny mire placed protected by flume wk Ins In a tool luiiHvn us the clutch findI are tJioroughly pounded out on a great granite block set in time groundlir such n way that there IH nhpoltitely no vibratory movement The process i- rrpentrd l11t several times the gold nn It spreads being coiitliiiiouwly Kiihdivided until it IH of the exact dimensions re quired The HId II It In which the gold IH beaten ark HO delicate that they will tear iw easily aH paper nevertheless they are of so fine n quality that they will with stand the continual hammering for say eral years The gold which IH finally beaten down to iOlOOOth of an inch lIx rubbed with brine before being jlnwd In the skins in order that It Hlinll not ndhcre to them IKimy as this work of heating out tIns polrl may fjeeni it IB In reality an nrt of n very delicate description The workimOil must know to a nlcetv precisely how hard or gentle the blows of his hammer iiniHt hl and nlnrt the exact Hpot on which they should filIIJCconch Iugly n very superior elfin of men ore employed in time busnesslineuons Weeltlyrr A Cohl Htory1 Pretty cold up in Montana wnont Iit I Cold Thatu no nnriie for It It used to fairly matte the teeth of n gala d- tofez4fnst y vtiplne for Hours sifter the moon had gone down i Howd the thermometer fun Why luck here you may not behave it limit lUll time mornings lu Jan uary wed find that time thermometer had turned Itself upside down during time night so the mercury could gcVa- bollcoto go I werN Y World r It Tsko Timet Fogy Tell mo now If you cando they learn anything at college besides spurts and yells 1idge0 they lenrn lots 6f tIrIng liesldex i For Instance 0 well you cpnt expect a fellow to tell offhand lloston Transcript ICruioa to Like He- rIreaeherlfow do you llks your new nintnmn Johnnie JohnnlerOh puny good Ifet a Jar i of plums yistaday sad pie blamed lt j on the hired girl Clv liid wads 1 iiir 1 u I4- V q1 t ii- I I f HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 28 189- 7ANNOUNOEMEN11s We are authorized to announee ASA B PIERATT of Ezel as a candidate to repre seat the Legislative District or Morgan and Wolfe fiihject to the action of the Demo static party 0Fr Oevaty AUral et Htrfu We are authorlia to announoe WALTER C KENDALL as a candidate for the office of County Attorney of Morgan county lubject to the action of the Democratic party TAKE YOUR CHOICE 0 HERES A GOOD THING The Hue Green Urhll 00 Thrlcea Week 1Vor1df 1 002 00 Both Papers One Year165 HERES ANOTHER The Hazel Green lIerhJ1 00 Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1 002 00 Doth Papers One year I CO AND STILL ANOTHER The Hnzcl Oreen Herald1 00 Ixiulivlllc Weekly Onmrnrcial 1 00 2 00 hlrSf1 Ono fear i 25 THIS IS A 66RKER The Hire Green Herald = 1 00 Jxiulivllle Evening Pout 5 00M 00 I foils Papers One Year 2 jO t YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hone Green H T Idl 00IToledo Weekly nladeuln 1 002 00 Jtyth Papers Ono YcftTumm 199 dU5r Lt1 tt AT rlllrllll- p fi h 1al On n itiijFRId100 00othANOTHER BARGAIN The Haiel Oreen iterald1 00 Home A Form semimonthly 601 50 Both Pnperi One Year 1 25 tfThIi offer U open to new aubsrlbera who pay one year in advance and to all old ubucriliers who Jup arrears and one year in advance Now Is the time to sub scribe Send for sample copies fAny publication in the United States Hill he furnUhed in connection with TllK IlKKAU nnd our subscribers allowed the discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky CoNFiDBNCB is restored wo hour from certain sources and if HO it in timo to UBO TUB HERALD and bring prosperity Aunts und ammunition more than mon is what tho Gabon in surgents neod and tho loaders in tho struggle for independence say that if thoy can secure those and tho United States will keep hands off thoir independence is assured Sojmoto it bo iis tho wish of every k sympathizing American citizen und their uamo is legion THAT Gov Bradley will appoint n United States senator to succeed lIon Jo Blackburn now looks to bo n certainty and thoro is much speculation as to vho that lucky man will boo lIon John W YorkoH of Danvilo and Hon St John Boyle of Louisville are both prominently spoken of though a rank outsider may secure the plum THK Dauntless has again boon Roizod and libelled by tho United States authorities and it seems probable that neither she nor tho i Threo Friends will bo allowed to clear with munitions of war fort e Cuban forces during Mr Clove lands administration As fillibus tors those two vessels have ron dored tho insurgents valuable aid horotoforo and friends of tho Cu ban cause do not hesitate to curso Cleveland for his action in the i promises h THKRK is u tide in the affairs of 4 men that loads on to fortune w still our Morgan county Prionds hoe to ftud it in tho oficoeto- r S y H7 Mpito would do well- S uI- t J to announce through TilE HERALD j for the nigh cut to prosperity iis certainly through printers ink ii and this papor has a very largo circulation in1 the western half oi that county Tho fee is only 3 for each announcement and those who hope to secure the nomina tions will find that the hest in vestment they can make SENATOR SHERMAN is without doubt one of the boat posted men in the country upon the financial quostion but it is generally con ceded that ho is woefully wanting in the duties that pertain to the portfolio of secretary of state In dood many of those who know most about him say that he is absolutely ignorant of internation al law and think that Mr Mc Kiuley only tendered him the place to prevent the possibility of Mark Hanna pushing his way into the cabinet by making tim vacancy for United States senator and giving him that place JUDOE JAMES LILLY of tho Clay City Chronicle has retired from journalism for awhile and will do vote his time to the practice of law in which wo hope him a grand SUCCORS In the meantime John M Decker and Robert Dorickson will publish tho papor they hav ing leased the plant for an indef inite period THE HERALD extends to them the wish that they may have unbounded prosperity in the venture us they wro both VollII deserving getitlomon lho sonior partnW WftS an attache of this offlco for a short time during which we found him to bo a per fect gentleman in every sense and a good practical printer The younger of the two is a native of Powell county was educated and learned his trade at tho Widows and Orphans homo in Louisville and in ono of tho most dorserving young men in tho mountains God speed them in tho good work thoy have undertaken and may their pocketbooks grow plethoric from tho profits of tho publication is our sincere wish MORGAN COUNTY Mlzo Mites Hiatt Roberts visited tho family of G Cullwoll Sunday Candidates are all the fashion in this part of tho county Scott Oldfiold visited Kelloy De Busk at Tho Jambs Saturday J B Rose has gone te Mt Ster ling with a largo drove of hogs Bro Wells and wife are visiting relatives in Clark county this week Frank Oldfiold made a lying business trip to Cold Cave this vrook Albert Wells of Canoy visited tho family of his uncle J B Rose SundayG Barker will commence a writing school at Murphy school house Monday A Mr Rood of Magoflin county has recently moved to tho Prathor farm near hero Huron Havens of Little Canoy was visiting his uncle S W Barons jr last week Elder Dunogan passed through this section last week on his way homo to Poinoroyton Scott Oldfiold will leave for Broothitt county noxt week on a fishing 1 excursion Ellis and Curt Oldfiold roturnod from Arkansas this I week well pleased with thou trip Andrew Oldfield was thrown from his colt Saturday but sus tained no serious injuries Prof Wm II DoBusk Of the Hazel Green academy visited J IR DoIJusk and family last week jMiles Yocum is erecting a new frame residence on his farm nlar there which will be occupied by Rev Elbert Fugate Jan 25 ANIBAB Xtyttwi MluilM Born to the wife of Leaude Trimblo a boy Aunt Peggy Bolin is on the sick list this week J B Cecil of Ezel was in town last week on business Wiley Welsh of West Liberty is moving to Mrs Lida Oakloyi farm near town Harvey Nickell was visiting on Saturday and Sunday atwell he said Rothwoll but our guess fis Corn well Wo can no longer deny tho long looked for confidence and prosper ity our town is full up four fam ilies in one house Miss Lilian Patrick and nephew Master Floyd Day visited the family of Henry Vest near Omer last Saturday and Sunday- Candidates are numerous in Mor gan for all the offices except jailor and Judge McKenzie will at next court appoint a candidate and is sue an order that he run for jailor W W Mankor expects to bo ready to grind wheat by the first of Juno next W0 have soon hus tiers all along Urn lino but never mot ono of his nga wlo could out He Bro MfifhQlt- Mr Editor there tare living with in a circuit of one mile of this town 20 persons whoso ages aggregate 1413 years Nine of them are living with their first wives one has lost his wife and one her husband On learning this wo hoard that all of them worofor A B Pieratt for representative A voter asked us a few days ago if there was any other candidate for county attorney except W C Kendall Said ho had soon his name in the HAZEL GREEN HER ALD and no other All we could say was there wore others at the last court but cant say now A hint to the wise ought to bo sum cient Jan 25 WINGLESS ITANTEDaEVEHAL FAITHFUL MEN ifor women to travel for responsible ea tabllshed house In Kentucky Salary 1760 payable alb weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose self address ed envelope The National Star Ilulldiag Chicago 2343 Stop Thief I Stop I When John M Rose vacated his Into residence to romovo to tho McGuiro property ho found it con venient to leave two boo hives and tho bees and honey appertaining to thorn They were undisturbed for a short time subsequent but during Mr Roses absence at Mt Sterling and Winchester some person or persons with a penchant for other peoples property invaded tho promises and purloined several pounds of honey from ono of tho hives and carried away boos honey and all in tho other hivo Mr Rose has a sweet tooth that nothing but tho saccharine of honey will satisfy and ho is therefore quito sensitive that so muchsweetness should bo wasted on tho desert air Ho says ho will give 10 in cash for evidence that will load to tho conviction of tho culprit and through this moans ho hopes to catch him though ho is sensible of his loss and realizes that ho is sure not to smack his lips ovor tho missing honey TheraMxro some people in every town who are natural born obstructionists They oppose ovory measure looking to tho betterment of their own city and if anything is attempted they can always find a law to prevent it Yot in spite of them th6 march of improve flout keeps right on- 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