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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 xS ti I i Jy If f- h r w n w NAM 41 t F1n yw THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDN IkJjvag0 Co Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 2 L L 9 PINCER COOPER Owner and Editor or a N liy World With New From All Nation Xnmbrlnr at Hit flack 1100 A YEAR Always In Advance TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 189iLexington and Eastern Railway Tire Table In Effect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND No6f STATIONS No1 Dully ex f Daily 8naf aYe Lexington 10 00 nm 4 35 pm AYOn 9 31am I 55 pOI Winchester 9 10 am 2 23 pm I Flrlle 8 51 am 2 00 pm- ii Indian Flds 8 37 nm 1 10 pm CUr City 8 19 am 11 40 am Stanton 8 10 am 11 20 am Filson 7 55 am 10 48 nm 7 43 sin 10 17 am j Nat Bridge 7 38 nm 10 07 am Torrent 7 24 am 9 35 am BClItte Jc 7 03 am 8 25 am Three FkiC 6 53 nm 8 00 am ithol G 32 am 7 18 amt Elkatawa G 08 nm G 30 am t Jaokwn 6 00 am 0 10 am EAST BOUND No6 STATIONS No2 Dally uDaily Sunday 2 20 0 30 I v amtFairlkI amtClayPOllFUsonDundee 4 32 pm 1 15 pm Nat Bridge 4 37 pm 1 26 pm Torrent 4 51 pm 2 00 pm Ileattyve Jc 5 16 pm 3 05 11m- t ThreeFks C 5 26 pm 3 25 pm praKlkatiwupmJacksonIF Nos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C d HfO Union depot nt Lexington All freight 1 trains arrive iin l depart from Netherluud rl J D LIVINGSTON h 1 Vice Pres and Gen Man 5jf CHAS SCOTT Gen Pass Agent UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 800 800 000 11 1000 700 i 11 2000 1500 10000 7500 f PINE DIAMOND RINGS t 750 and upward GOOD VALUES iJo AT 1000 and upward t i Alarm Clocks at OOc and upward Fine Clocks at 350 and upward tf t tA line of Sterling Silver ami- Iijijrr Plated Ware suitable for Wed Gifts nt proportionatelyII Ilagi a low pric- esFRED t J HEINTZ I 135 E MAIN STREET r NearP0 LEXINGTON KY OiT IN QUANTITY BEST IN QUALITY 1 WORMSWHITES i VERMIFUCE YEARSIRHas lod all WORM Romodloe EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED 1Ii r SOLD Wf ALL DRUGGISTS I 7 fit xiCTunnfiox letTcriEro ST tonsi 1 J 4 TU3XtBEErfix D Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- IIiJSurlery and obstetrics especially TT1 T COLVIJT V WITH RIMBLE BROTHERS 4 liolesale Grocers 1T STERLING KY tFa KEKTDOIT Has Furnished MaayStates The St Louis snysifMother of Presidents Kentucky may as well bo called tho Mother of Governors Ever since tho early days of tho century Kentucky has not on ly kept her own list of statesmen full but has supplied several other states with officials and represent atives in both branches of congress She even went so far as to fur nish a vice president for tho United States four years ago in the person of Adlai E Stevenson after lend ing him to Illinois a while She also furnished tho two men Republicans Albany succeed administration certain require If you have not paid your subscription you not find a the postoffice you next m but will find your account the hands of and have pay the costs I plead1 f I and preached you but you withmdun you due me my creditors you must pay Cooper Cooper pay creditors m case But come liquidate none us 111 will have law easiest the 111 cheapest and honest way Dont think COOPERt1 You I John M Palmer and Sholby M Cullom represent the state of Illinois in the United States senate besides our own Sen In tho bluegrass state has gone on in an unpreten tious manner furnishing statesmen for other states for nearly a cen tury and of tho twentynine governors of Missouri except two or three were natives of Kentucky For example every governor since Charles H Hardin elected in 1874 was a with the exception of Albort P house who finished tho unoxpirod term of Marmuduko elected in 1881 who died in office Kentucky became a state in 1792 and had boon a member of tho union twentyeight years when Missouri admitted August 10 1821 It the home of such sturdy pioneers as Daniel Boone ami when the great as the country on side of the Mississippii river called com menced to open up after the Lou isiana purchase in 1800 Boone many others filled with a spirit of adventure crossed tho river and became settlers in tho territory now known as Missouri Those men and those who followed thorn became the ruling spirits in tho country they had helped to and them wore Honored with positions of re sponsibility Congrosman Dollivor of Iowa as every one by this time knows is the author of tho now famous phrase advance agent of pros perity as applied to Major Mc Kinloy Impatient mon aro fond of writing letters to Mr Dolliver asking him when tho show is to come along They have soon the advance agent but tho main at seems to bo lost by the wayWashin ton correspondent Chicago TimeslIorald To Care Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Qninine Tablets druggists money if it fails to cure G3 F Geld Democrats Mast Join the Re BiUicaas Tho of tho state tendered a banquet to Thomas C senatorelect from Now Yorkat and Mr Platt made it the occasion of his formal acceptance of tho scnatorship to lIon David B Hill During his speech Mr Plntt said ho had not any member of the legislature to vote for He said the suttees of McKinleys will bo the success of the Republican party and no contribution that I can make to that great will bo wanting It is not yet that any plan for the relief of tho treasury can pass tho senate as it be in for in an to u U for is are can II itP in of go Delay who ator Vest manner More west and refund Platt asked him will constituted after tho 4th of Capital will not invest productionI will not increase be adequately until laws are passed to the treasury against insolvency and to gunr antee to the business of the a safe and roasonahly permanent basis on which to operate If the changes in the composition of tho now in progress fail to produco a that can hold together for the en actment of such legislation wo shall have tho studio fight out of whichwo have just come to make again four years from now under probably loss favorable condi advised gold Democrats to join Republicans Ho declared in favor of a now tariff bill Briefly referring to tho question Mr Platt said The attitude of our government however always express the sympathies of the people It has treaties to observe and code of public law to respect Acts of intervention involve responsibilities and these must be assumed with caution Wb neither wish to govern Cuba nor fight Spain and no act of gov ernment should be performed that leads usm the direction of either of tho enterprises If farmers would compute tho losses they sustain on account of bad roads they would be moro ready to lend their support to ef forts at road improvement Such roads are a heavy tax upon them will admit but until ox amines tho subject carefully with pencil and paper in hand ho will not believe how heavily the tax actually is a general rulo the muddy road shuts the farmer out of tho best market in tho entire year for it is when tho roads of the country aro most nearly impassable that the are poer ly supplied and scarcity puts prices invariably important is this road question that it ought to have a place in every farmers institute programmeEx t Party Unity Is tile One Great Air Chairman P P Johnston of tho Democratic state central and executive committees has issuod the following circular lottorL- EXINGTON ICY Jan 25 189 To Democratic County and Legisla five District mmlUecsTbe resolu tion passed by the central committee indicated custom as old 03 party but it was not promulgated as a rule or as an absolute standard to govern you in your local affairs Conditions are sot exceptional and different math ode of treatment in different localities You are expected to study situation and do what is wise and beat to unify and strengthen the Democratic party in your district It is privilege and of county committees to do this and you who achieve the beat re suite consistent with the principles and may paper week you 1 officer to have you would not I what but 1 tt Hence so his Plain aint and so to to theI the you I to ray la now like all Kentuckian Gov was was thoshady was now develop ninnyof traction All the 25c cause March employed insure interests country senate majority tionsHo protective Cu bau cannot its its movoovor all ono As markets up So the the tbe responsibility Thats purposes of our party will furnish the best indication of the lino of action that ought to be pursued by the central and executive committees when they meet to deal with mutters pertaining to state campaignsI glad to advise with you as to questions about which you may be in doubt and will cooperate to make your committees representative of the energy courage and intelligence of your people but you must understand that you are responsible for tho management of party I affairs within your jurisdiction and that success is one of the most convincing evidences of merit Respectfully P P JOHNSTON Chairmnn Democratic State Central and Executive Committee- sP S Chairmen will please have the foregoing communication read to their respective committees at the earliest op portunity P P J How to Kill a Newspaper The following rocipe for bringing about tho demise of a local news paper is offered by tho editor of a western paper Just let tho subscription go its only a dollar or twotile pub lishor dont need it- Cllf ho oaks for it got as mad as I you taxi and toll him to stop the paperyou never road it anyhow Then go and borrow your neighbors When tho reporter comes al ways bo busy Mako him foci as if ho wero intruding When the advertising and job man conies toll him you dont need to adver tise everybody knows you that you will try and get along without any printed stationery it is too expensive you must economizo Never drop in and see tho editor unless you wont a froo compli mentary notice or a lengthy obitu ary for a beloved relative Never recommend tho paper to anybody I sayYesit doesnt amount to much Keep it up n year or two and yoa will have a dead newspaper a dead sot of merchants and a doad townXTANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN for responsible established house In Kentucky Salary f780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose eelfaddress DulJdlnrChlcaco t D fl MOIUAH COUXTT Jaatom Frra the JaNJames Linden of o111 more passed through The Jambs Sunday The infant child of Thomas Oldfield died lHunday morning Mlsa Mattie McGuire is visiting the homo of her parents on Toms branch singtognightMrsimprovingNoah era plaiting friends and relatives at Sa hemI Prof Adams closed a most successful singing school at Salem on Wednesday ni htRev Leander Clear will preach at the Cuskey school house on the fourth Bun day in this month Misses Lillie Havens and Heatre Blah op visited their friend Miss Esther Drew er of the Jamb Sundayoo W S Wilson who has been attending school at Hazel Green camo home quite sick but is able to bo about again Mies Lizzie K Long of Yecum and Miss Lizzie F Long visited the family of Harlan McClure u few days since We are glad to say that Mrs Joshua DcBustc who has been confined to her room for some time is slowly improving eb2 F A Mlze Mites Jim Linden that handsome man in visiting at Mlzo G W Barker closed his writing school at Murphy school house last week- Ilotlo Murphy visited her sister Mrs Frank Oldfield Saturday and Sunday Uncle Johnnie Oldfiold visited his son Frank one day lat t week and reports everything prosperous in his part of the country Miss came Taulbce the charming daughter of Dr J A Taulbee of Hazel Green is visiting tho family of J It DcBusk this week Miss Mattio Cope ono of Jacksons most beautiful and accomplished youug ladies is visiting her cousin Mrs J II DcBusk and breaking hearts as usual Feb 1 AxinAstBREATHITT COUNTY Jaokiea Jottings a The Icehouses of town were well filledflast week Prof John Golf has gone to Winches ter on business Hurrah for the Campton correspondent Wake up Miss Emma Troy is on the sick list s but is improving Judge G W Gourley of Bcattyvllle was here Monday on legal business H 0 Duff of Chavis took the tram hero Tuesday morning en route to Frank fortWm McConnell of Bcattyvllle is in town and will perhaps take charge of the Little saw mill Dr H D Cox left for Louisville Sun day morning where he intends taking a special course in surgery W B Ragan elder of the Methodist church at this place held services at w Elkatnwa Sunday morning and evening Judge N IJ Day and lIon J W Lin don both of this county who are at Hot i Springs fpr the benefit of their health are ImprovingaRev W 0 fihewmnker of George town formerly of this place preached two interesting sermons hero Sunday in the Presbyterian churchrYShelton Smith of Frozen has sold bin farm to Nathan Pelfrey and with hia family will bid adieu to old Kentucky on Monday We are reliably informed that 3 S Taulbee and MIllS Mattie Combs both of this place will unite in holy wedlock ori Thursday February 4 when they will go Tennessee on u throe weeks bridal tourEdward Callahan chairman of the Brcathitt county Democratic committee has notified tbo precinct c romitteemfeiiL to meet at Jackson on March lto elfa time for holding a pem6cratiopH ary Ii s for the purpose of ckoo inff tiomiawa ficr d Breathitt county offices Feb 2 J rirrituAW I g p I r i of 4 IiL r 1111 TILE CIALoJEItOOOPERhJI HAZEL fRt lCN t i t T RELIANCE r y I Though the mountains In tho distance wen a misty shroud of blue And the frost begins to tingle In the nlr Though the trers have doffed tholr tplcn dons and tho somber leaden hue Of the sky has touched the landscape bleak and bare We know the world la nplnnlnffi AM Its dono since tho boplnnlnp Wo may not wek to guide Its course through space ri But were sure twill bring tho roses And the shlno that June dlBcloeos Ever welcome In their old accustomed place Though the darkness of a sorrow seams to bend across your way Though tho songs of youth have molted d to n sigh Though the prospect of till morrow bears a shadow from today And the hours grow stern and sterner as they Sly Wo know the world Is spinning AH Its done since tho beginning And while we vainly strive its course to traceWero sure twill bring the poses And tho shine that Jun discloses Ever welcome In tholr old accustomed placeWashington Star A CLEVER PLAY HiitE I have tho- r sutisfnctlonoflcuowing i nil about and oft digniappearing lied and firm at tin name time Mr Stantonc- huckled to him self as he held a BCD led envelope up to the light crit leally I told him 1 should return his letters unopened mid there this one goes for oil the world an if I hadnt an idea of what it contains And with smother pleased little gui gh at his own sharpness Mr Stanton placed the letter addressed to Luke tKtanton Ksc Grand lintel Great Start r mouth kilo another envelope dud rcuddrcHscd it to Adrian Stanton EsqI Turin1 Studios Kuskln hand Kensing ton Then hc rang the hell and delivered it to the welter to lit put into the London pofcthag after which he walked to the bay window and stood looking out upon time calm sea and the lung expanse of yellow Kiuid Great Startmoiitb is not a fashionable seaside resort landed it is chiefly fee quented by convalescent dyspeptics AngloIndians with sallow complexions and Hhurt tempers nod other invalids Luke Stanton hud come there partly on account of his health partlyI because ho held shares In the new hotel and other I schemes fur making Great Start mouth a little less funereal tint a littleI more profitable Hut greatly as the financier was generally oeeupied with his companies and his schemes at till present moment he way thinking o neither ax he stood gazing blankly out on the twitch his hands thrust deep ilito his poeketN jinglingj the loose coin nnd keys therein Mr Stanton wits busy repeating to himself thu contents of the letter ho bad juttt sent buck Adrian Stantoii van bin only son who by all the lawsof heredity told advisability should have been his right hand Alas fur the crookedness of this worldI Young Stanton had flatly declared to his father sortie three or tutu years pre viously that he hated the city that ha could not calculate the commonest shun of simple interest and that he would never understand the iutrieaeies of the stuck exchange that In short be detested business and meant to devote himself to art Luke utonned and roved but hind ended by giving In anil in splto of fill affected ImlilVerenee and contempt had been not a little pleased when list year the hanging committee of Hurllngtnu house hind accepted a small canvas signed Adrian Stanton True It bad been HO bung tint It was Impossible to nee It without risking it dislocated neck but Hint detail the old nuts coiiKelontloiiHly Ignored So far so good Luke Stanton was almost rccon cllcd to art nnd was rather given to talking about my sons studio when all at once the whole fabric top pled about his ears In the most ghastly fnfihlon Adrian came to him one day with tho news that ho was engaged toI be married It wax unexpected but not necessarily disastrous until thu fatal truth wns disclosed he Luke Stanton the great city tuna heavy alike of puree and moral reputation was expected to welcome as his daughterinlaw model There wan n xeene till the taps of paternal Indignation and filial Ingratitude were pulled out to their fullest und It ended In Adrian walking out of the house He made several further attempts to f nee his father nod brlnli hIm to n mote amicable frame of mind but Ineffectu qty and at last In spite of thread to stop his allowance to cut him out of bin will Adrian Stantan took to himself the girl of his choice and duly Informed 2 hisI father of the fact = U was then that the family solicitor y l Lukes dictation milted the young 4 iimw ft letter Informing him that his fn i Yf ifetjr desired to hold no further com 4 4 Db t ttan with him and that any let t Wr Hl to hln father from Adrian IfWtturaea unopened a l J 9 t vy 1 t tw t i ThUj4 aoVhaw ene Ks1x months agog am Mr Sl1toll tavjftrlably acted as he 1 Si done how peuetld the letters over cgmhiglrow dnf w1erreadthem re fastened them and sent them buck lie was just now ruminating on the last epistle It was in the same strain as usual Adrian asked for no money was able to support his wife by his brush butrbe wanted his father to recognize her to know herhe wanted reconcilia tionAnd dont he wish he may get It I recognize the hussy Never Ohl lie curl support her can he So much the better for he wont get any help from me now or at any other time 1 know what it Ishes afraid Ill marry againI And then Luke Stanton fell Into a reverie After all why not Many men did marry after UO and and lie looked at his watch hurriedlyac- 9uurter to four then his eyes eagerly scanned the stretch of beach Shell IK getting hack directly be murmured and catching up his hat went to disport himself along the pa rade Presently he hastened his step a lit tie as a slight figure in a muslin gown fluttered into view at the far end of the parade Oh Mr Stanton You quite startled me how delightful to meet you it She was a dainty little person with n genuine complexion big blue eyes and the most puzzling and bewitching hair which seemed to run the whole gamut of tints from brown to gold as the sunbeams played on it She looked up Into the old gentlemans face with the most confiding expression Isnt it provoking There Is abso lutely no news Really Im delighted I mean he corrected himself hurriedly it is most extraordinary Isnt It I came down here a week ago Ufnieet any aunt and uncle ns we hind arranged before they went abroad nnd to my omnzcinent baud no one hereYes yes he put in soothinglyI It was fiery trying Poor little girl Poor childI I should have gone straight bock to LondohMf It hadnt bees for you Mr Stanton You have been more than kind to me tINot at all my dear young lady I was touched at thei loneliness of your position anxious to be of service toto io charming a waif Shn shot him n grateful glance Hut I think I really must go home now I went to Carl in ford as you sag gusted thinking that some letter might be awaiting me at the post office but its 1 tell you there was nothing 1 cannot think whnt has happened to my friends I feel I must go buck to Lon duo tomorrow Tomorrow Mr Stanton stopped aghast inch looked down at lice You mean to leave Startmouth Yes 1 At least you will allow me to ere you safe to LOUdunto your friends Oh I forgot my poor child you are an orphan lilt at nay rate you will let mo take you back to the people with whom you were staying Oh no she said hurriedly 1 could not think of giving you so much trouble Trouble If It were not that it mucous losing you at the end I should call it n pleasure There it is settled isnt It And what time shall we gol Indeed Mr Stanton 1 cannot accept your escort ItltheoblI cant you understand Her face teas turned away from him they hind wandered away front the pn 1LACni Tilt LKTTKK IN ANOTIIIP- 11LOPE KN ratio on to the bench nod she was Ira v fug cabalistic figures on the uhlfing sand with her parasol He looked at her for n second and then he felt the blood rushing to his head MyI dear Miss Allan do you menu thatI uiiyoimethut someone She nodded not desisting from her diagram That sonic one lion dared to hint that that you know what I nnan Apparently she did for she answered In u low voice That Is it 1 overheard something in the drawingroom this morning ami I what would they say if you conic to Lou don with me There was a moments pause nod withh n sudden gulp Luke Stunton plunged manfully Into thu deep waters of n lIce laration They would say In truth thatMmebetter than to hear her soy she vault I x nJ S6ii be his wife Would iihe say there nowFIid was an odd JItnlplc1rcr age no r1oubtbutbut5 lie stopped out of breath and redof facehnd MiS Alban covered tierfnce with tierhandc and un Je no answereven when hIt hug recovered himself Mr Stanton pressed her still further- I dont know she murmured I must think Iam so surprised Of course she should have time to think until tomorrow Would she tell him tomorrow An inarticulate sound no doubt meant yes and then cube a more coherent You will go now wont you I wan to be alone And with ninny a backward ghncc Lulu Stanton went He chuckled to himself again as in his own room his eyes now fell on the bowl of water cold now over which be had opened Adrians letter lie would be finely caught and I THIS IS MY SOS it was not a case of cutting off his nose to spite his face for Kittle Alban WitS as pretty a girl as anyone could wish and a perfect little lady lie took unusual pubis over his dress lug crumpld Innumerable ties and at last was ready To his dismay however when all the guests laud filed into table dhotehu lush to realize that Miss Alban whose seat It IK needless to bay was next to his own was absent On questioning the waiter he found that Miss Albans dinnerI had been sent to her room Luke was disappointed and a little alarmed he fidgeted about after the meal in an aimless sort of fashion sail finally sent a message to inquire utter the absentee Thc an saver come that Miss Alban had a head ache Vhen n than of CU screws himself up to a pitch of taking unto himself a wife the presence of the dear one elect is acc essary to prevent his reflecting too deeplyon all that time step may mean and the evening seemed very long to Mr Stunton No Miss Alban was visible at the uaual hour In the hnullustIoollllIl1d an anxious inquiry less carefully worded this tithe elicited the same reply itcally uneasy now Mr Stanton penned a hasty note of condolence It began MyI dear Miss Alban and ended Yours always si netrely The poor man wandered about feebly until lunchtime when the same thing was re peated A leaf hastily torn from his notebook on which he hoped that Dearest Kittle would not forget her promise nnd would come down presently and end the suspense of Hers al ways L S was this time pushed un der the door with his own band and a few moments later a small tluce cur nered note was brought him with the laconic communication inside of 130 011 tilt parade It way an hour nnd a half to that time tint it hud to be got through somehow Luke Stanton was distinctly Impa tient Ills mind was made up he would ho atilt to suite Adrian and his wretched little low wife and at time same time se lire n delightful companion tor him sell Hut be wanted It settled Surely no girl In her senses could refuse and the great charm about Kittle Alban was her extreme scnslhlcncss He Iknew the exact spot on which hu would be sure to meet Kittle nUll he vns hurrying toward It when he car romcd against somebody coming in the opposite direction I beg Why what the dellcc Father Adrian Stanton held out his hand persuasively Come father youre going to shake hands I felt 1 must ounce down Did you Well thats unfortunate because Im going buck to town Hut dad do listen to me 1 1 wont listen 1 tell you besides I have appointment IIcuntytay The pink muslin frock was distinct Ily visible Luke felt tout the situation xvns intolerable One moment You must stay My wife Is here lull she her youll 111 see her d Directly wont you Mr Stanton ullpurdonlableMiss Alban stammered Luke this Is my won 1 I lmowIIUlI to the old mans hor ror nail anuiemiiit Kittle slipped her arm within Adtlcumanut mv hus I bandLuke purpleheall of a sudden stood silent MyI dear est Kittle nlxvnyn your own L s The words seemed to buziruuuiUdai Ant y y c f trdf Id without giving himself tithe to collect his thoughts Kittle began to explain the idea bad been hers thedoctopsbad hassuggested treat Startmouth homed ately afterward Adrian had beard of his fathers intended stay there und she insisted on having her own way And now he knew her wouldnt hn have a little mercy l Adrian broke in Couldnt he understand theme Luke broke in quickly lie would sec them later on at the hotel Hut as ho walked ofT KHtle ran utter him and pressed a crumbled paper into his hand lie hltg own note and behind it was scribbled hastily Forget till this No one shall ever know Whatever you decide be lieve that A family party of three dined in Mr Stantons private room that night and at dessert Mrs Stanton Jr received1 from her fatherinlaw as a wedding present a check for 1000 written tiotona proper form but on a sheet torn from a notebook Queer old chap Fancy writing a check on a scrap of paper like timutrc inn Haul Adrian afterward but Mrs Adrian only laughed She understood London World FIFTEEN DOZEN AND ONE Tim Unearned Increment on M Ifuitkut of- FIggafrayeting In II 1aitngcr Car Eggs arc high It makes no difference where the chickens lay them several hands have to be crossed with sliver before the eggs begin to grow pale around their large yellow eyes as they sputter in the frying pan with the prospect of being served for a meal A couple ofI ladies living In the fashionable in the north part of the city discussed curerUll1IyI ascending A woman loves to bargain und us a result of the discussion both these ladles decided to take u train to Col fax the other day and drive sonic egg bargains with time farmers wivcr it the vicinity of that classic village They went they bargained and they se cured 15 dozen eggs When the return train in the after noon rolled up to the Colfax depot the passengers tteru surprised to see twt fashionably dressed ladies lug a big budget filled with eggs into the cur The basket was carefully deposited in the front end of the ear und the twcI ludic took seats tear the rear that apparent curiosity of the passengers might be lessened and still they would t be enabled to keep an eye on their bar i I gain At the next station it so hap pened that the lone passenger was an old colored woman who ilrinly clutched the legs of an ancient hen that probably was a grandmother to about 10 genera tions of other poultry grandmother The train gave a lurch the old colored woman sank down into the first seat with a bump und then to her amaze meat she espied a huge basket of eggs Wondah where all dew eggs done come front t she murmured and the old hen peeked her Claret 1 didnt near I IIly fogit you ibis huyah cub seat place foul a fowl and with one nhlllOII slit threw the od white souvenir the basket of eggs The old hen was evidently surprised but only for u mo ment timid then she settled down to I business while the other passengers were having all kinds of fUll among themselves In being transported to the egg basket the legs of the lieu lund become loosened so she wits able to spread out over the eggs with the fn miliarity that betokened her an old setter The train sped on the old colored woman went peacefully to sleep and the two ladies and the rest of the pus sengers had settled down to conversa I tiun f I Suddenly from the basket came cod cnckcnckcuttlecackcaekcackcuttle tacktumdI the old hen hopped oil the I basket serenelyand perched 011 the arm of a seat and cackled sonic more I In an instant there was a commotion I among the passengers that awakened the old colored woman with Foul hebens sake ketch gut hen She made a lunge so did the hen She landed in time aisle and the hen soured the whole length of the car landing in the lap of a fat old gentleman who was reading a paper Hi out of here he yelled anti the hen hied Ketch tint ben was the war cry of the old colored woman and she sped down time aisle with a force that cOlliII pletely overturned a drummer who had assumed a baseball attitude waiting to knock a fowl with his cnneII Again the hen screamed while the canes uti the top of the cur The brakeuum I opened the door mind entered just in j thus for the frightened hen to light on Ij his head It wins unexpected With a j grab he seized the fowl almost knocked down the old colored woman with it slammed the door behind him and then stood looking through the window The old colored womans arms hud closed jI about her fowl like the tentacles of an octopus and ten minutes later thu chicken lay wrapped in an old shawl with both legs tied firmly with an old handkerchief while the owner blis fully resumed her interrupted snooze When the ladles with the eggs got home and counted time fifteen dater they won tiered whether the farmers wife had given them an extra egg or was it pos laughednntlexp ence liuliuuapoliMjguxuul Keepa iII f i Your blood pure your ajpctttc Rood and your digestive organs In healthy condition at this T4 season and thus avoid sJrlous illness by takln g- HoodsSarsaparillaThe beltI the One Truc Itlood 1rHOOtdqs I iHscuro nuuHea indigottp 2cents Y wi I DISCARDED CHIMNEYS A Definite Vacuum It Now Held Upon All Fires One of the most remarkable changes noted at present in the manufacturing industry is the giving up of the chim lacy to produce draught and though of toiire a chimney offers so simple and efficient a means of making the requi site draught for the fire it in stated that in one of the large works of England locality not mentioned chimneys havo been discarded and a definite vacuum is held upon all fires In tills way tho products of combustion and destructive distillation which result from the burn Ing of coal and carbonaceous matter are collected cooled condensed and worked up One of the methods noted as attracting attentionI in Germany consists in sucking the gases of the furnaces awayamid allowing them to pass through water in the form of small hubbies which removes time soot and some of the products of combustion the gases being then led to a gasometer from which theyare drawn into the process of utilization A manufacture of this kind it is urged can easily extend pipes sin any direction and draw the gases of combustion from their manufacturers the purification of the atmosphere thus assured being another important result r Doivaro of Ointments for Catarrh that Cuntiiln Mercury- as 0 mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smell and completely derange the whi lesyn team when entering it through time mucous surfaces Such articles should never ho used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do Is tea fold to the good you colt possibly do rive from thorn Halls Catarrh Cure man r ufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blood mid mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure bo sumo you get theJ muloIntlmonlals free- Hold by Druggists price TTc per bottle Hulls Family Pills arc the best BCnnMlOlt took three hours for our parade to pass a given point Mrs Bcr 8aloonlIA nun racking pain neuralgia Its sure curc St Jacobs Oil Time test of good mince pie is that you cant sleep the night after you eatil Atch Iison Globe and Inme lame back St Jacobs ITm It promptly surely Pmt a man to exert his power in doing good so far us he can is a glorious task i J lnsuothlnsoo1CI j rut reformer Is a living declaration of War Hams Horn anchlatlluIticlInlsto TUUTII has notblngto fear front the future KamsHorn J When an innocent I I man is jailed by j mistake he prefers to come out theisame way he went in He may break jail and be againHed locked and walk out and slay out A sick man is a prisoner in goneIn 1 or neglect or irregular living and he must unlock this same door by careful sensible habits 9 If ne wants to be a free well man again constipation beforeIpropernourishment Piercesithe organspowerinto pure nourishing blood vitalized with corpusclesIt and gives impuritiesoutup muscular flesh and healthy nerve force In obstinate constipation the Discov withDreverdevsedvigorate the stomach liver and bowels One is a gentle laxative two act as a mud cathartic Jlywtfchadsuffcredforsevenyearswithdyspepsia Mr Alonzo DJameson of Duntmrton McrrlmnckCo N IL manykindsno lyanWe MedicalDiscoveryPellets has entirely restored my wifes health forthese w Pa i y A RANKERS CONVENTION rSame of the Generous Proposals of thet financier of Pennsylvania The first annual convention of thq bankers of Pennsylvania Held at Pitt burgh recently was principally dlstin gulshed In Its declarations for greater profits to themselves at tho public ex pense and classing those who differ from such views as demagogues- The only differenceI between thi and all similar conventions in various parts of the country ever since such Conventions have become fashionably his demands for still greater govern went privileges They now want branch banking the privilege of starting branches in smallp places Probably this is the entering a wedge That obtained branch banking would undoubtedly become un 1 limited and most country banks would be asked to step down and out So long as the government refuses to protect its citizens from the greed of usurers this request of the bankers should be granted For as the Item lies repeatedly said when money is necessary for the conduct of business and it cannot bo had except at the price charged for it by usurers it is I better to pay the price temporarily than go without At the convention Mr Reuben Mil 3er of the Pittsburgh clearing house objected to the popular use of the word banker synonlmously with the words robber or usurer After his remarks the following clause in a set of resolutions was passed by the convention Fifth United States legal tender notes anO t treasury notes of 1890 now in tin treasury should be cancelled and destroyed forthwith as fast as new circulation is taken out by national banks hereafter in excess of the amount now outstanding The re maining United States and treasury notes should be redeemed and not re issuedThe It reader may judge for himst whether this fifth clause justifies the unsavory words or not A new departure was started by attempts to introduce a clause in the resolutions which passed in favor of having the government redeem nil national bank notes for the bankers in gold coin Evidently it was thought sufllclently for the time being to men tion the matter as it was not insisted upon How generous Philadelphia Item WHY TIMES ARE HARD p The Grourlni Power sad Cruelty and Ar roRnnce of Monopoly McKinlcys election has not caused these many bunk failures und these scores of general assignments But neither has his election verified in the slightest degree the predictions made by his organs and their assistants confidence would be at once thatI gold would come out from its hiding places mills would reopen the avenues of employment would multiply wages would rise and peace and plenty be our portion evermore The democratic platform evoked wholesale denunciation and abuse because it filled a deadly blow at the heart of monopoly This abuse the hypocritical shrieks of anarchy and repudiation together with un expend ture ol money which for lavishness sur passed tiny other campaign in the his toy of the world had their effect But times are still hard Hardly a morning doesVbreak and pull down other business houses with It This abuse was the i11 disguised hiss of monopoly the reptile that is crushing the breath out of the country It Iis coiled now about every honest industry It shows its flings in the land grabbing and funding hill schemes of the Pacific roads in the relentless oper ations of the com petitioii i ill ingStnnd ard Oil company in the scheme of Rockefeller and Carnegie to monopolize the commerce of the lakes in the dc maud for the retirement of the green backs in the annual process of pushing up the prig of coal by limiting the out put and in the assumption of many re publican papers and politicians that the party of great moral ideas will now re pudiate its platform pledge to make an earnest ellort to procure international bimetallism Monopoly Is growing more powerful and cruel and arrogant every day We regret this and hope that tho repub lican party will do something to stay its progress because it believes that every year until the battle is lost or won the a growth of monopoly will force the peo ple to demand pore arid more radical measures against It That means more bitter strife The republicans can avert these impending struggles Will they do ItV Buffalo Times Itotlrlnt tho Greenbacks If we had free coinage there would be none of this stumbling about in the dark about retiring tho greenbacks The latter could go and in their place come big round silver dollars And why not now Coin what silver we have and get more Hut If there was any cer tainty of this being you would hear these calls for retirement of greenbacks IfuMicd into an instant stillness It would be the same if the government would simply execute the law and pay f coin gold and silver for them Minneapolis Penny Press itIlUK BUrStCd It approaches two months since pros perity was to burst on us all How do you like the burst Minneapolis Penny Press i THE COURSE OF BUSINESS fA Gold ntandurd Crop la Chicago Coadl tlon Is uettgcvore II ret this and similar headings the goldjBtandanl press from time tolthne state what they judge is the condition of busbaejjsafralrs especially since the thatit1 concealingthewhich clmly cover the country Take the business condition of Chicago as an instance What gold paper has in dlcated more than through its die patches in which some glimpses of the truth could scarcely be concealed whichhasweeksTheChlcagthBank of Illinois which has been ono of th6 financial landmarks of Chicago and the west Besides this great con daythere ard harvest Many firms have either failed direct or tuken that other course known as going outof business They are all large concerns says the Minneapolis Penny Press and are all located in the heart of the business center of Chicago and with the closing of their doors there will be an army of employes turned out The owners can live on their accumulated profits of past prosperity but the employe who has been living from hand to mouth must stiller These concerns will sim dlschurgeUICHard times lack of money and general busbies stagnation are the reasons proprletors are the logical fruits of the gold stand ard They have sown the wind of con tempt for the interests of the wealth producing masses and they are now be ginning to reap the whirlwind of busl ness disaster The condition is getting worse from day to dray Bradstreets anti Duns reviews acknowledge that the business situation Is much worse than It was this time last year The railroads report a continual decrease in the volume of business anti one after another Is cut ting down its force and curtailing ex x nscs The number of failures is greater by 15 per cent titan in the corresponding weeks of last year The American Manufacturer Pittsburgh after a detailed review of the discourag ing outlook in the iron und steel industry says The main trouble in the market is that expected business does not come and new enterprises arc still being deferred- It is in the face of this impending de struction of all business the golditcs and the national banks are proposing to further contract the volume of money by retiring the greenbacks and loading an additional burden of bonded debt upon the people for bonds must bo is sued to pay for the greenbacks The inexorable law of supply sad demand will further Increase the value of money if the quantity is thus decreased and money will be correspondingly harder to get and debts harder to pay BUNCO PROSPERITY A Gold Standard Organ Admit tho Failure of Their Prophecy The Jluilwuy Age which took an active part in the late election as n sup picturediprosperity that only awaited the returns proclaiming ilcKinleys victory now publishes a summary of reports fiom 200 railroad companies regarding the effect of the election upon business The reports are not encouraging To the question Inns the railway business picked up at all the composite answer is We are compelled to answer no in parts of the west und southwest it has even been distinctly worse since election than it was before There has not even beet an increase in the little local passenger travel Here anti there ure isolated eases of increased nctivi ty but looking at the country as a whole there has been no Improvement yet either in travel or trallic After that confession the Cleveland Recorder declares It is not reassuring ita be told by these railroads that there have bees many Increases of shop forces and that plans were made for a reduction of force in cast of Bryans election Those little election dodges arbitrarily worked for effect are no longer interesting Neither is there any Louse for enthusiasm in the prophecy universally made by the companies of II revival in the near future which will 16 permanent The prophetic instinct of railroad managers as to business re rivals has not proved strong cniiigh In the past few months to warrant confidence in it for the future Illinois State Register Tho Trouliln flth the Greenbacks The follyof tie endless chain is a theme with the Times Ilernld It declares that the whole mischief conies from the law which compels the secrc taryof the treasury to reissue the notes redeemed The whole mischief us fast as comes front the damnable per erslonnnd violation of the law The law makes the notes redeemable in coin Pay them In golll or silver which Is coin and the whole question would be solved Did anybody ever hear of trouble about the greenbacks until Foster in the interest of the gold sharks interpreted coin to mean gold Minneapolis Penny Press 4fr t ONLY A SCARE rhe latflraaUalMOBetarr Pursuant to their recent campaign of buncombe hypocrisy and fallVpre tense the republicans are getting ready to give their international monetary agreement bluff a sendoff at an early day Plunger Wolcott who represents the state of Colorado in the United States senate has been chosen as master of ceremonies Ho has his set of resolutions oiled and greased and will pre sent them to the senate as soon as the holiday recess is over It is sold the resolutions represent the hard work of a committee of five senators friendly to silver but not bolters who were appointed some time ngo for this special purpose by the republican senatorial caucus While Wol cott has his international agreement resolutions on the sliver question ready as he says lie is not prepared to go into particulars or to outline how it is pro posed to bring it about All that the senator in charge of this international agreement humbuggery iIs willing to divulge is that the president of the United States is to be requested by con gress to Invite certain European powers to call a conference to sec if they cannot arrive at sonic plan by which silver can be minted and circa lated by the principal commercial nations as freely and unrestrictedly as gold Is and fixing the ratio between the two metals The senator from Colorado knows as do all his colleagues In both houses of congress that this international agreement talk IIH the same old bun combe with which the republican lend ers and their employing trusts and cor porations hove been beguiling the voters for the past 20 yenta It Is nearly that long ago since the first of these in ternationalI monetary conferences was held Four others have been held sinceI and we are further away from a res torntlon of silver to its oldtime stabili ty and equality us money as we were thenIf a monetary conference is called by President Mclvinley there Iis no reason able hope that it will effect any more substantial benefit for bimetallism than its predecessors did All such a meeting can do that may prove beneficial to the country will lx the additional proof It will give the American people that th democratic partywas right when it mode its magnificent fight for thin free and unlimited coinage of silver at the prevailing ratio independent of the action of any other nation This bene ficial effect will be still further expand ed when hundreds of thousands of republicans in the middle western and western states who were enjoled into staying with their party lost fall with the old siren song of an international monetary agreement will have their eyes opened by the failure by Senator Wolcotts international conference to achieve the emancipation of silver and will ash consequence vote with thet dem ocrats in favor of bimetalllHm nt the next election Kansas City Times AN OBJECT LESSON Thin Advance Agent of Prosperity falls to Work Apropos of one thing and another as they come under its observation the Brooklyn Citcn remarks editorially Information given yesterday of the rev dill tlon of wages In shoe KIOI of Lynn Mass and vicinity and tho closing up of some temporarily IllimtratoH tho value or perhaps the want of value of thin Pre elee tion prnlso of MoKlnley IIH tin ndvunoo agent of prosperity and the dontmolntlon of Bryan ns the advance agent of com mercial and Industrial ruin This constitutes an object lesson in the value of campaign promises HCV oral of which the republican party will have a high old time redeeming during the next four years It was n fine thing to be in n x Nition three years 11 go or more to charge the democratic party w ith being to blame for the hard tinner It IIK not so flue a thing however toI he unable to shift the blame for prom ises unredeemed The advance agent of prosperity billed his show all right hut the attraction is not filling its dates JhcreH something wrong evidently mid the people are naturally hcgiunini to wonder if they really voted for some thingon November a or if it was all a ilream The mills of the gods grind slowly but they are the personification of link tie in comparison with the mills that republican victory was to throw open Binghamton N Y Lender PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS Mr Hnntui Is still hot after the right sort of senators Atlanta Constitution The republicans have not yet ex planned how Increasing taxation Is going to reform the currency Kansas city Times It is so easy for a parry to forget its platform that we are afraid the rev publicans will disremember that they mode a few pledges to the people Atlanta Constitution When a republican grows noisy fIa his talk about trusts he can IK nrltlclelon the free list Louisville Post Tlie report that llnnna has given orders for the adoption of certain ineas ires by congress and has fixed the date of the extra session indicates that Han Ta is laboring under the impression that his syndicate bought the United StateSt Luis Republic 1t1N F C Jt A PLEDGE REDEEMED- Hew y Republican Catapalfa FremUet Ace ValHUed The most comfortable tyteorywe haVe yet seen advanced is that which has its origin with the Carnegie Steel company That company bas issued anodes to the effect that it will continue i tet pay the same scale of wages during 1867 that it has paid during 1896sL The comfortable theory that goes along with this notice ia the announcement that the refusal of the company to rinse wages is in itself a virtual crease of the wages of 6000 menon account of the reduction la the price of products This reminds us of the agricultural genius who tied green spec tacjevpn his mule and in that way In tlitccd him to eat shavings The idea was original and unconventional and we have heard nothing to equal it until the publication of thQ Carnegie an nounccment that a refusal to increase wages is in factwhcn regarded rightly a virtual increase It is to be hoped that the men will take the theory as kindly us the spec tacled mule Is said to have done for it would be sad Indeed if there should bean doubt or dubiousness In regard tb the theory which the Carnegie company presented to its workmen as a Christmas gift Discontent at this time would be a poor return to make for the great victory that has been won for sound money and protection a poor return for the great wave of prosperity that is said to be preparing to flood tho country having already begun its work if the New York newspapers are to be believed the day after Mr McKinleys electionConsequently we would advise tho Carnegie men not to examine too closely the theory that hits been thrust upon their attention but to take it seriously I and go about their business feeling that they arc richer and better off than they were before they discovered that a decision not to reduce wages is in effect an increase It play now be claimed and with ex cellent reason that a reduction ot wages is no reduction at all but mere Ily a substantial evidence that although a reduction hits been made the wugcH remain precisely the sonic We trust It will be long before this logical de duction from the Carnegie theory la put into actual operation Atlanta Con stitution THE POOR TO SUFFER MrlUnUy Tiixntlon KxoiuptM tho Cupl tullit- In none of the republican schemes for increasing the revenues Is there a suggestion of restoring any of the repealed taxes on wealth New had higher taxes on clothing food und shelter but no taxes on luxuries on accumulated wealth or active capital Tills is the McKInloylte programme It is proposed to restore the barbar oils and cruel tax on wool to increase the taxes on woolens to raise the rates on crockery and glass to reimpose duties on lumber eggs potatoes onlc IIH unhhag and hay but to continue the exemption of wealth In every form In 1800 the internal tuxes collected on manufactures aside from whisky leer and tobacco aggregated SlLLOUt 000 They were all repealed Other tuxes collected from wealth in that year were From ineoims Jfll 0719IU from bankH railroad com panics etc 1127011 licenses 18 038017 gross receipts from 21h to J per ceutof publishers telegraph express and insurance companies steam boats ferries stage conches theater operas circuses sad museums 10 0012707 legacies and succeKHloiiR 1 170078 stumps 150M37f All those one after another were abolished at the Instigation of wealths lobby There WIn other small taxcHHUe those of salaries of public ofilclnlH on passports etc the proceeds of which bring the total of internal Woes repealed im mediately after the war up to 230000 100 This exemption of wealth left the whole harden of the cost of the gov ernment upon consumption mainly of the common necessities of the people And this Iswhere the party bossed by Mark Hniina with McKinlcy ns Its figurehead deliberately proposes to Intve the burden If it shall do this the history of JS90 will repeat ItKelf in the elections of- 18DSN Y World Free liUt Products Hurtful monopoly IH usually gained In one of two ways Either by govern meat favor In the form of legislative nd vantages or by railroad discrimination In the forth of special rates or rebates Usually both advantages are enjoyed If the states visited severe penalties upon railroads guilty of discrimina tions and upon corporations and indi viduals entering Into combinations to regulate production or prices the trusts and monopolies would be badly crip pled The monopoly combinations could be almost weeded out of tho states by the enforcement of the principles of common law Lot1 congress in tradition to making laws to prevent the operation of trusts within the scope of federal authority adopt tho rule that every article handled by a trust or combination shall be placed on the free lIst and the corner stone of monopoly will be knocked out If the republicans are sincere in their pro fession of a desire to smash the trusts here is an opening4t Louis lie public H an ri IitrI I d f- u un tl J1W JJb ridem to enjoy life thoroughly rtKnpw nWb d iM tiab IU he tauatitaveTratb 1 Some peoplevtalk 1Jptecolt a change 1ft ttte reitt r ail 1liiey were ceadl tsd li a ratviNas1dngtoit Ittoo rt-I email boy Who indti Itl fobIi aailtN fflUnffltfeib +iyat hil atihe tabe Oh Aunt Mary I wish I- bM ppertocd teeth like yours I 1 Harpers Bazar TXouaIWltuI Jlvayp thought you were the bravest man in the world while we were courting You wouldnt go to Canadain cue of another war r 1 would you dear Not if the war was xyilh Canada Detroit foee Press Clear Caseulm going to have that Crankley arrested for perjuryP You dont mean itt You bet I do Ho swore that my language made his hair stand on end and the mans as 1 bald as a peeled onion Detroit Free Press i1 A Spirited Interview And you asked her father for her hand Yest Was he violent Very He said I mu tbo an idiot to think of such a thing What did you reply Itolil him that of course ho knew his own j family better than I did but that I was willing to take my chances Wash ington Star Why hello Brlgglns what are you doing here I thought you had n job as press agent for Dollic FootUtcs II am out of that now You see Isaw n cracking good story in one of the papers and of course 1 sent It out with her ns the heroine Well that was all right And then sonic tool newspaper man showed that the story was over 30 years old anti drew de ductions aa to her age I sceIn dianapolis Journal THE FARMERS DAUGHTER Shn Dues Not Hiuppct That She is Htautl hilt Sho Knows It The daughter of the farmer sits bo fore the looking glass with its tar ntahcd gilt and painted flowers Her bodice is unhooked Her hair kisses curves and nooks She hardly notices the Hindi of the kerosene lump no close ly so proudly and so sorrowfully does sIll look at herself in the glass No ployactress or model shown in thu cheap picture magazines is her equal Tune farmers daughter docs not sus ptct this she knots it No Hummer1 city boarder in spite of skillfully con trived costume could rival or approach lour in enchantment of figure And the girt nits before the looking glass with Its tarnished gilt and painted flowers Situ thinks of the artist who stopped on the farm lust summer Site remem hers his cureless manners his ease with himself and tho world his trlnk elH his velveteen jacket the smell of hint pipe his pajamas thrown upon tutu floor He never wooed her in direct Hptech but she recollects the compli Int its of his eyes The landscape chilled her nil the day The wood pile Kindled of mortality Mullein stalks shivered under the liuiden 11ky1ic hula watched her ironically There wits for her the tread mill routine of housework At supper she noticed the uiiNhrlvclcd Hkin of mother the uulldlncHU her moth IIhel hair along the nape of the uncle Her mother isI not HO very old In years and yet how tired she iul Her father blew on his ten in a saucer He com plained of his daughters Indifference to the storekeepers son nail then ho pulled oil his boots and dried hula feet in the oven of tho kitchen stove And now she sits with unhooked bodice before the looking glass with its tar nlfthed gilt and painted flowers It Is not nine oclock unit yet wheat IH there for her to do but to go to bed And what change or pleasure does she see npprouchingher for weeks to jouio A whistle calls to her far down the vul hey She starts up and goes to the win- Dow She peers Into the night hop ing to see the lights of the express train UH it hurries toward the city A mitt enwraps tho house The daughter of the farmer undresses herself slowly t and puts out the light Of what avail iIs her sumptuous beauty Only the l looking glass with its tnxnishbd gilt and painted ilowers understands her and npprcciaVcs her Boston Journal n Koine Old liorom Superstition IIII not dead in the chi ilized world There are yet manypco plo who believe that King Arthur wilt awaken some tiny from ills long sleep nt Avalon The German is not u rarity who thinks Frederick Barbaronsa sits f spellbound In the great KyffhaiMir i berg cavern In Thurlngla and that i when his great reel beard shrill have wound itself thrice around the ato e 1 table he will come forth to battle tdrJ Germany To others Charlemagne lf aIrishChIco and the lServian jvuex Laval waft in the heart of the mountain crabvui rtfJand armed till the time Iis com ef fur them to live again And EO Itlwlfk thousands of the heroes and great wit of earth Each sins his following tftr devotees who watch and wait for tiliIncarnation Chicago Chronicle Stack aa Him leIt seems that no one iovjtt1 tot e zShe t City Chat Vyj l li i 1 Ii p i r n 1sin h i i i r- r 4r FKISER I aQ I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Fob 4180- 7ANNOUNCEMENfIS Wa are authorized to announce ASA E PIERATT of Kiel nia candidate to repre snot the Legislative District of Morgan andi Wolfe rub ect to the action of the Demo critic party 0F- er Gouty Attorney of Merj uWe are anthorlwd to announce WALTBII 0 KKIDAU at a candidate for the olllce 0 County Attorney of Morgan county to the action of the Democratic partyI AN ordinance establishing a cur tow law has Keno presented to the board of nldermon of the city of Lexington It prohibits minors under 15 years of ago to bo on the streets after 9 p m without parent or guardian and provides a penal ty of from 1 to 10 inn +F lIE JtY HEITKKIT Populist was last work elected United Status Hcnator to succeed Dubois from Idaho Hoitfolt is a farmer and represents Noz Forces county inII the strata senate His ago is 10 His education is apparently only of n rudimentary character i r LYMAX J G AOB president of the First National bank of Chicago visited Presidentelect McKinloy nt his homo in Canton a tow days ngo and after u conference withI that gentleman said to a newspa I per reporter Major McKinloy offered mo the treasury portfolio I and I told him 1 would accept the high honor and fill it to tho host of my ability GEN IlusBBU A AIOKH of Michigan has been tendered and accepted tho Will portfolio in Presidentelect McKinleys cnbi not Gore Algor was n candidate for tho presidential nomination four years ago but was defeated by Mr Harrison sinco which ho has sawed wood and said nothing As a soldier during litho lute un pleasantness1 between tho states ho belonged to the feathorbod bri gade or buttermilk rangers in which tho uniform showed moro soldier than tho man tI FIIOM tho nomination of Mr Bryan until tho election the deposits in the Lanka of tho country decreased at urater unparalleled Sipco November 51 the dopo Us in tho Sew York City blinks alono have increased by no less than 109000000 Cynthiana Log CabinIWhy Jack that demonstrates to n romarkablo degree tho confi Ionco the peoplo had in Dlrhrynn f When they thought ho would bo elected they invested their capital with ft certainty of its security but as soon as ho was defeated J they withdrew their investments nod deposited it in bunk as the a safest courso in sight under tho McKinley reign r CAPT BUOAB of the American coal company of Now York ac companied by a Mr Brown of Ashland Ky was u guest of the Day House ono night last week When asked by THE HERALD man about our prospects for n railroad Mr Broas said The rood will bo built quite soon or it will not bo built for n long time j I moan by i that not within tho next 20 years f and to tho further enquiry as to the route ho said that the Elka taw R lino would certainly bo adopt d RS it was tho least expensive dil that tie road would run with iu ixor night miles of Hazel t n y 9 Groan whoa completed to Val nut Grove CONTROLLER ECKELS of tho troll ury department to whom aovera bills looking to tho financial condition of tho government had beenI referred a fow days sinco said While those is no doubt for tho ne- cewity for changes in the government financial system the public Iis disposed to attribute too much of tho existing troublo to tho lack of monetary iegisla lion Overtrade overproduction and extravagance in public and private expenditure partly induced by specula tion is largely responsible for the coun trys difficulties Tho day bas pawed when the volumo of money is ita most important factor Improved facilities for transportation and methods of ex change has lessened tho importance of a large volume Improved credit is more important The first essential in this country 5Is tbo stability of public credit peopletStates to redeem their public obligations is the chits cause of distrust ONE factor that figures in our mail facilities or rather lack of them is tho fact that tho contractor tnkos a rostra nt a figure too low by far to justify him in doing good service Under tho system of letting contracts ono man or a firm takes a largo list of routes and subsequently sublotu thorn to tho lowest bidder who not infrequently bids so low in tho hope of securing tho rowdy cash from Uncle Sam that ho puts himself on tho sure road toslarva tion of both himself and his stock if ho sticks to his situation In dead tho price is iu sumo instan ces not sufficient to pay for the foodof tho animals used on tho line leaving out the cost of the horses soul the hire of the carriers That somebody is well paid for thoI service is evident and that person is tho original contractor 1hoI only remedy for this to make thoI service ofloctivo and render unto Ciisar that which is Ctesars lies with tho postoflico department nt Washington wliero ovory con trnct should bo mudo direct with the contractor who is to carry the mail Thus tho government would secure good sorvico and tho conI tractor receive n salary commensu rate with the work done Legislative District CODventioDI Pursuant to tho cull of tho com mittee of tho legislative district composed of the counties of Morii gan and Wolfe tho democrats of Hazel Green precinct mot Satur day January CO at 1 oclock anti organized by olocting II F Pieratt i ns chairman and J M Havens ns secretary Tho object of tho metI ing was explained by tho chairman being for tho purpose of soloct ing delegates to represent said pre cinct in convention to ho holdII at IInzol Groon on Saturday Fob ruary 0 1897 for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candi date for representative to bo voted for November 1897 On motion Dr JA Taulboe 1 II Campbell Spencer Coopor JohnII Cox Jeff M Roao W T McNabb I JM Havens T E Brooks and G I B Swango woro appointed dole gates to said convention and in structed to cast rile vote of tho precinct for A B Pioratt of Mor gnn county and to uso nil honor I nblo moans to socuro his nomina tion I On motion tho chairman was added to tho list of delegates f Tho mooting thou ndjournodI II F PIKHATT ChmIT M HAVEXB Soc Tho weather for tho poet week I i5r ton days has demonstrated the necessity of bridging all tho streams in the county liko Lucy crook CorI instnnco In caso of a froezo or freshet such streams are a bar to M business Iu tho first caso tho ico may be too thin to bear the tvoight of a loran or team and the latter tho water is frequently too deep to ford They should bo bridged by all moans noon CUTMCJ Rambler begs pardoa and lena to remark Rev W W Mankcr of Maytown 1xas IB town Saturday and Sunday Stephen Cundiff of Breath tt county is attending tho revival meeting at thii placeI OUR Hall Iran rented Capt W L Hursts law office and is selling second Ihnnd clothing State Senator John P Salyer attend ed our circuit court Ho contributed bis share of natural gas J B Cecil of Ezel was in town Rat urday and Sunday Ho has a daughtci attending school at this place- R G Humlong of Germantown ifa lore with a view to establishing an in dustrial department to tie Kentucky Wesleyan academy Horn to the wife of J B Hollon on tho IGth day of January n son Also to tie wife of Dr J IL Stamper on the 8th n nun Dock says that tho name of No 10 is Bulger Mrs Emily Byrd widow of the late W A Byrd has moved from Jackson to her property nt this place Tho peoplo here sympathize with her in her great bereavement and give her a cordial wel come Benj Scwcll of Holly attended cir cuit court pad was seated among the attorneys He 1Imn been reading law for some time and in the near future will apply for license to practice Ho is a young roan of brilliant parts andwe wish and predict for him a great success in the legal profession The mail has not been carried between this place and Torrent for about n week Among the dozen subcontractors on this route it seems that some one might be found to bring the peoplo their mail Gentlemen bestir yourselves and do not let this thing continue or bo repented or you will lens something drop Married on Thursday January 28th at the residence of the brides father Alex Shepherd who lives near town Robert Tyler to Eliza Shepherd Mr Tyler is n young man a farmer come of sturdy old Virginia stack and is liked by all who know him The bride though of humble parentage is ono of the fair estof the daughters of Evc and n perfect lady in every sense of the word This is a striking instance in which Cupid aimed his darts with prudence and sa gacity The Texas cowboy preacher Rev Thomas Hornsby is conducting a series of meetings at this place While ho is not cultured and does not embellish his thoughts with perfect diction anti round up his periods in a manner to please the most fastidious yet his sermons always logical and forcible seem to be the count terpart of the roan the spontaneous production of n true Christian character Such is his individuality and the power which attends the truth as presented and illustrated by him that many are being converted every day Some of the most hardened hi atiers of tho town and vicini ty have been converted and are now act ive workers in the meeting The meet ing continues with unabated interest und increasing results for good Circuit court began on the 18th day of January The attendance was unusu ally large and the commonwealth and civil dockets were almost cleared Court lasted only ono week Notwithstanding tho indictments had teen stolen and it was generally believed that the cases would all have to bo continued the court substituted the indictments and very little delay was occasioned by the burglar who thought to defeat justice in the good county of Wolfe Poor fcl low I I imagine he feels small Judge Kedwines instruction to the grand jury was n masterpiece of judicial advice and showed such familiarity with the offenses which arc most commonly committed in his circuit and displayed so much wis dom in his methods of apprehending and punishing offenders that everybody pres ent irrespective of political affiliations felt that ho won the right man in the right place AH commonwealths attor ney A II Howard was not present Thomas C Johnson was appointed by tho court to assist County Attorney A II Howard in the prosecution of felony cases Sinco tho besom of Democracy swept tho nomination tor commonwealth Attorney from Col Howard to our till sated townsman A Floyd Byrd the colonel seems to be in delicate health Feb 1 RAMIIIE- KUTANTEDSBVERAL FAITHFUL MEN ror women to travel for responsible es flbllshed house in Kentucky Salary Ei80 payable El6 weekly and expenses 1oitUon permanent Reference Enclose selfaddress 8ldingCblcs P1 t We are BADLY OVERSTOCKED S ln Every Department The Extreme Mild Weather and Warm Winter is the Cause IJ J 2000 0vt y f NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES jia This is the chance of your life Ji to buy Honest Values at Honest Prices This is no Fake Sale butYgenuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 75c Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c Best Linee of Overcoats Inl le City 1 Best Line of Ulsters Me GUg I A Useful Line ofB lidaP s tinjj Every Department LOUIS pfJ GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY i i ROSEDAVIS Ir BLAGKSMITHSANclrWAGON MAKERS HAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY er i IDE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FAHM and ROAD WAGONS IIuse the Boat Material and Guarantee Satisftc ion Call and got our prices and when you need anything of the kind gke mo your order Patronize Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WB employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and vour work iu respectfully solicited TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY o CXPITAL 200000 I SuuiiUB 30000 o J 3L BIGRTAFF President G L KIRKPATIIICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully Rollcit the business ofmer chants farmers traders and business wren KUHCIUIIV throughout Jiuaiciu Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to genii you u bank book Hay your checks nod tone you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cnshscr I DINGFELDERWITH JeIeflflbigso rtoq GO Importers purl Jobbers ot DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS Nos 537 639 and 611 rtiVost Main Streetv LOUISVILLE KY p 3 c h WinCnBster1 C e Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSPOON President 11 D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 ThIs Dank solicits the accounts of chants formers traders and business roarjjj generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oflers iIts cuHtomcrs every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits ot legitimate banking octl8lv HB MAUPIN REED PEEBLES Co WHOIESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONSLCyG PORTSMOUTH OHIO THE HERALD IS THE REST ADVERrISINGY c + 1 V ro fri HERALD Nazil Grnn Hiarsays Happsnings 00I- sIf J Taylor Day loft Saturday for I Jackson on a flying business trip t i this office andfr Call at buy packngo of Lincoln Tea It is a sure curo Corconot1patlon ifi Mo grim ino cures headache nndI 1 allays pain quicker than anything Only BOX a box ftk this office rrJohu Curtin of May town was r bore yesterday repairing some i machinery in the J T Day mill Elder H D Adams will preachI at White Oak in Morgnn county j Saturday night and Sunday morn y fug i Morgan county stands first in r number in representatives at the Home and Montgomery county stands second IcountyIa son Honry who enrolled in the I academy on Monday I1i Drs Tuulboo lord Nickoll are nt daughts I place who is quito ill K Miss Mattio Cope of llroalhitt- II county a sister of oxShoriflShor- I man Cope is visiting the family of Dr Tohn A Taulbeo of this place iiDr Taulbeo reports as quite ill of convulsions the 5yearold child Itt tt of Clay Clark near town also a r lion of Willie Campbell with fever The Homo is fast filling up with boarders but additional room is being made and all who come will bo cared for The young men of the school are the most orderly our town has over seen That rasping in the throat is a forerunner of lung irritation In such cases Dr Bolls Pine Tar lion ey gives almost instant relief It is fast becoming famous as a remedy for all affections of the throat r and lungs Elder II D Adams is teaching a 10days school in vocal music at Daysboro in which ho has a class of 25 in attendance Ho closed a r term nt Salem in Morgan county last Friday where ho had an at tendance of about 80 pupils I A protracted meeting is in pro t gross ut the Nickoll schoolhouse r on Little Canoy Rovs Bon Blan konship and Frank Pros Wilson officiating The mooting is attend ed nightly by largo crowds and much interest is being manifested in the Masters work i While hauling wood on a sled p Tuesday Eli Phipps of Upper 2 Grassy was painfully though not t seriously injured The sled slip pod sideways and knocked him 1i into a pile of rails bruising tho r inner side of his loft log so severe- lyf thnt ho is unable to walk t The topics for sormwns at tho f Christian church on Sunday at 11 i a m and 7 p m are The Ton Commandments and The Mod JT ern Felix To both services the ii church cordially invites ull The Bible class in tho Sunday school t + will make a study of tho sixth chapter of Actsjj P ffCnn you tell what sort of woath cr wo may expect next month t wrote a farmer to a local paper and the editor replied as followsI I hIt is my opinion that tho weather next month will bo very much dike your subscription bill The farmer wondered for an hour what tho editor was driving at when hoII happened to think of tho word unsettled and thou he sent a j post office order Cant you sot Itlo it today Not the weather put this subscription OakThoyof hogs again Saturday at Pier alts store and aoino seemed to question the gendemonJudgo Swango had a say He told hisaearlydawnmouthful to oat in tho meantime Late in tho evening however the commissary issued to tho famished men a side of moat and tho 48 mon of tho company sliced broilod and ate of it until their hunger was satisfied Tho Judge thought each man ate as much as a half pound of moat anyhow andsaid ho thon got astride of tho side of moat and attempted to lift it from the ground but could not budge it though he was thon in his prime and considered quite strong Presi Havens of tho Anainias Club was present at tho time of tho Judges recital and calling tho executive committee of tho club together ho formally announced that ho had nothing further to say as to what ho had soon but suggested that Mr Swango should bo enrolled as a member and at onco elevated to tho presidency as after what ho had just heard ho folt that he was doing tho club an injustice in occupying tho pedistal for the pres cut The roll was called unda quorum being present a commit too was appointed to wait upon tho Judge and tender him tho prosi dency along with all Limo property tho club possesses including the bakery the pans thecake on hand tho cake molds etc That tho Judgo will make a lignified and polished presiding officer is evi denced from this his first effort The organization feels that it is now equipped for any emergency and tho shibboleth of tho club will hereafter bo Swango is n star Trouble With tho Malls The mail facilities in this section are in a frightful condition Sinco Friday the 27th day of January there has not been a news paper received at this postofiice over the route between Torrent and this place though the bulk of that class of mail comes over the L E railroad to Torrent and thonco to this place horseback as a general thing Since tho recent cold snap sot in however newspa pens from points in tho interior of the state have boon quite scarce tho only ones received being those which came by WilY of Roth well Postmaster Pie att tolephonod the postmaster at Torrent on Monday evening in regard to tho matter and was informed that GOO pounds of mail destined for this and other points hereabouts remained at that office because tho carrier between Torrent and Campton could not or would not take it away Letters mailed hero Monday for points along tho ItC E railroad and towns in tho interior woro returned to this postoflico from Campton that evening the carrier between Cam pto11 and Torrent having throwod up tho contract The postmasters at Torrent Campton and Hazel Green have notified the postoflico authorities at Cincinnati which is division headquarters of tho situation and ere this paper goes to press the trouble will probably bo remedied LOUISYILLI KY Jan 255 07 Mn CooiEit Send TUB HKRALD to 508 west Chestnut Wo rented a flat of throe rooms and Drs W Lockhart and H V Nickell are with us They have calls faster than they can return them We send regards to your hotter Very RespectfullyS 8J1 Sarsapnrilla has over and HOODS proved by its cures when all other preparations tailed that it is tho Ono True BLOOD Purifier r j r ENGLISB KITC EN IS W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY VRegular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 6 to 9 a m Dinner frog10 a m to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 9 pm Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty Il r GVM LUf ARe ekpi1P 1 Death ef Miles Nickel The ninny friends of Undo Miles Nickoll of West Liberty will re grot to hoar that ho died at that place on Friday last of pneumonia fever Mr Niokoll was one of the best citizens of Morgan county and indeed we doubt if Kentucky possessed a bottor mo Ho was a kind husband an indulgent father a faithful friend and a conscien tious Christian Ho was univer sally loved and will bo sincerely mourned througnout tho moun tains whoro his smiling counts tonanco had gladdened tho family circle in many households Ho was an applicant for postmaster at West Liberty at tho timo of his demise and having boon a prominent and popular Ropubli can ho would doubtless have se cured tho place had ho survived until the now administration suc ceeds to power iTAXTEDSKYEIlALFAITHFULMKN or women to travel for responsible cs tablished house In Kentucky Inlury 8180 payable tfi weekly and expenses Position permanent Ituference Enclose selfntlilrc JlnlldlngChicago Debates at tho Academy On tho night of tho 22nd inst tho question Women should bo accorded tho name political rights as mon will bo debated at the Academy Tho affiirmorHi are W H Kuril Albert Webb Jno R Bays and James Davis The do niers are Richard A llord Clay Campbell 11nn Cunning and Clay Cisco Tho debate on Ilast Friday eveningi was very commen dable indeed Good speeches woro rondo on either side anti many excellent points and facts wore pros ntid Such debates are not ticipmtsbut quostionshllvuthoyillvolOarguments That debate will bo hold in March KinnviuK Ky Jan 28 07 Buo OooiKii Find inclosed 1 which you will place to my credit and send me THKHEHAII to Kulcl yule Ky instead of Giload Ky Yours Respectfully J F LOCKHAHT M D WANTED Walnut and Cherry Loge 10 inches dull up iin diameter 10 to 16 feet long Apply to GKPNKKT linos LtMiinu Co Louisville Ky FOR SALEMy farm of about BOO acres on Blackwator Morgan county known as tho Miles Kash farm 00 acres ill cultivation and embracing tho finest body of unimproved land iin the county and valuable timber 1 will divide it to suit purchasers and givo liberal payments J GI TIIIMHU Revival Meotlnn Elder T S Tinsloy is holding a series of meetings at Ezel Tho following are the subjects of his discourses beginning with tonight Thursday night The Origin of the Church Friday night The Creed of the Church Saturday night Tho Name of tho Church Sunday morning The Unity of the Church Sunday night The Mission of the Church Monday night Tho Dos of tho Church Rose S Davis the wagon makers and blacksmiths desire through TImE HKHALD to request each and every person indebted to them to come in at onco and settle their accounts and notos This is rlmalo absolutely necessary because of their con tempi a tod move to Jackson and they hopo no one will disappoint thorn TAKEN LtComo to my prom ises near Caskoy school house on or about November 11 1890 a black sow with four shotes all have crop in oar Owner J have same by proving property paying darn ages and costs for advertising MRS SUSAN MURPHY January 10 1897 Aatk0T11lAl Laud rzparuto SCl h- k i The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky text TofuDegJsJanuary 4 1891 Regular Graduating Course Instrumental and Vocal Music DrawingShorthand Bookkeeping and Commercial Law Teachers Normal and Training Bible Course and 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DcattiIUautlral 8r bS Jt7 XavTD Wilt Tsig- Dr TalBiagen text was II Corlnthl MS Till t Ye know the grace of our ftorcU Jesus Christ that though he i Was rich yet for our sakes he becamej poor That all tho worlds which on a cold l winters night make tho heavens ono great glitter are without inhabitants ia an absurdity Scientists tell us that many of these worlds arc too hot or too cold or too rarefied of atmosphere for residence But if not fit for human abode they may bo fit for beings dif ouraolvsWee i tis changing and becoming fit for great urea like tho human race and thatF Mars would do for tho human family with a littlo change In tho structure oft our respiratory organs But that there Is a great world swung somewhere vast beyond imagination and thut It Is thoi headquarters of tho universe and ha a population in numbers vast beyondI All statistics anti appointments oft splendor beyond tho capacity of canvas or poem or angel to describe Iis as certain as tho Bible IIs authentic Per laps somo of tho astronomers with their big telescopes havo already caught n glimpse of it not knowing what it IIs Wo spell it with six letters and pronounce it Heaven That is whore Prince Jesus lived nineteen centuries ago Ho was th IClngs Son It was tho old homestead1 of eternity nail all its castles wero as old as God Not u frost hud over chilled tho air Not a tear hud over rolled down the chuck of one of its in habitants Then hud never been n headache or a sldcaelio or a heart ache There hud not been a funeral1 in tho memory of tho oldest inhabitant There had never In all tutu land been woven a black veil for there him never been anything to mourn over The passage of millions of years hind not wrinkled or crippled or bcdlmmed any of its citizens AH tho people there wore in a state of eternal adoles I cence What floral nod pomonlo rich J need Gardens of perpetual bloom and I orchards in unending frultuge Had I some spirit from another world en kteredand asked What Is sin What IIs bereavement What Is sorrow What IIK death the brightest of the In telligence would have failed to give definition though to study the ques tlon there was silence IIn Heaven for half an hour The prince of whom I speak had lion ors emoluments acclamations such asi no other prince celestial or terrestrial ever en joyed As he passed tho street tho inhabitants took off from their brows garlands of white lilies ant throw them In the way Ho never en teed anyof the temples without alll the worshipers rising up and bowing In obeisance In all tho processions of the high days ho wan one who evoked the loudest welcome Sometimes on foot walking in loving talk with tho humblest of tile land but nt other times ho took a chariot nut among the 0000 that this PmilmUt spoke of his was the swiftest and most laming or as whoa SUJohn described him lie tools white pnifrn- with what prance of foot and arch of neck and roll of inane und gleum of eye is only dimly suggested in the Apoculypse lie was out like other princes waiting for tho Father to die and thus take tho throne When yours ago an artist in Germany made a pic lire for tho royal gallery represent lug tho IStnpororI William on tho throne nUll tho crown prince as haw June foot on tho stet of tho throne tho Kmporor William ordered tho picture changed mid suld Lot the prince keep lib foot oft the throne till 1 leave It Already enthroned was the Heavenly Prince silo by side with tho Father What a circle of dominion What multitudes of admirers What unend lug round of glories All tho towers chimed tho Princes praises Of nil thin inhabitants train tho center of thin city on over tho hills and clear down to the bunch against which tho ocean of Immensity rolls Its billows tho Princo was tho acknowledged favorite No wonder my text says that Ho was rich Sot all the diamonds of tho earth In ono scepter build nil tho palaces of the earths in ono AI humbru gather nil tho pearls of tho sea In ono diadem put all thin val tics of tho earth in nit+ coin tho aggre gate could not express his nffiuence Yes St Paul was right Solomon had In gold six hundred und eighty million pounds and in sliver ono billion twou tynlno million thrco hundredand sue entyseven pounds sterling lint n greater than Solomon is hero Not tho millionaire but tho owner of all things To describe his celestial sur roundings tho Bible uses nil colors gathering thorn In rainbow over tho throne and setting them as agate in tho tcuiplo window and hoisting 19 of them lute a wall fromc striped Jasper at tho base to transpar ent amethyst in tho capstone while between are green of emerald andl 1now of pearl mind blue of sapphire j and yellow of topaz grayof chryso praso and flame of Jacinth All thoI loveliness of landscape in follatre antil rlverand rill and all enchantment t wsquamaartnet the sea of gloss mingledl W q a t Y u wlth flfre alt wheifthe susTalntca In the Medlt waB4an All the thrill of music instrumental RBCroea1 kArjwtn n piW doxdloglcs Thore stood the Prncc surrounded by those who had under their wings tho velocity of mil lions of miles a second himself rich in love rich in adoration rich In power rich in wdrshlp rich in holiness rich in all the fulness of the Godhead bodily But ono day there was a disaster In a department in Gods universe A race fallout A world in ruins Our planet the scone of catastrophe A globo swinging out Into darkness with moun talus and seas and Islands an awful centrifugal of sin seeming to over power the beautiful cantrlpctalof right oousncss and from It a groan reached Heaven Such a sound had never been heard there Plenty of sweet sounds but never an outcry of distress or an echo of agony At that one groan the Prince rose from all the blissful slid cumjaconcc and started for tho outer Irate and descended Into tho night of this world Out of what a bright harbor into what a rough neal Stay with us cried angel after angel and potentate alter potentate No said the Prince I can not stay- I I must be oft for that wreck of a world- I I must stop that groan I must fathom that abyss I must redeem those nations Farewell thrones and tern pies hosts cherubic seraphic archau gcllc 1 will como back again carrying on my shoulder a ransomed world 1111 this is dono I choose earthly scuff to Heavenly acclamation nail a cattle pen ton kings palace frigid zone of earth to atmosphere of celestial radi- aneo I have no tlmo to lose for hark yo to tilt groan that grows mightier FarewelluYe know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ though ho was rich yet for your suites ho became poor Was thero over a contrast so over powering as that between tho noonday of Christs celestial departure and the midnight of His earthly arrival Sure enough tho angels were out that night In tho sky and an especial meteor net ed as escort but all that was from oth er worlds and not from this world Tho earth nuule no demonstration of weld come If ono of tho great princes of this world stops out nt a depot cheers resound nUll tho bunds piny and tho lings wave lint for tho arrival of this mis sionary Prince of tho skies not a torch flared not u trumpet blow note plume fluttered All tho music anti tho pomp were overhead Our world opened for Him nothing Trotter than a barn door Tho Uujuh of Cashmere sent to Queen Victoria n bedstead of carved gold and n canopy that cost S7 0000 but the world hud for tho Princo of leaven and Martin only n litter of straw lime crown jewels In tho Tower of London amount to 15000000 but this member of eternal royalty hind nowhere to lay his hunch To know how poor he was ask tho camel drivers ask the shepherds ask Mary music the three wlso men of tho oust who afterward cline to llothlohom To know how poor ho was examine nil thin records of rent estate in that Oriental country and sea what vineyard or what Held ho owned Not one Of what mortgage was ho tho mortgagee Of what tenement was ho tho land lord Of what loose was ho tho los SilO Who over paid him rent Not owning time boat on which ho sailed or tho beast on which ho rode or tho pillow on which ho slept Ho hud Inkytux ho hud to perform u miracle putting tho amount of tint assessment in n fishs mouth and Inuring it hauled ashore And after his death tho world rushed In to tuko an inventory of his goods and tho entire aggre gate was tho garments he hind worn sleeping In them by night and traveling in then by day bearing on thorn thin dust of the highway and tho satur ation of tho sea St Paul in my text hit tho mark when ho said of tho mis sionary prince Fur your sakcs ho boa cattle poor Tho world could mvo treated him hotter if it hud ohoson It hud nil tho moans for making his earthly condition comfortable Only n few yours before when Pompoy the general arrived In Brindlsl ho was greeted with urchins and a costly column which celebrated the 12000000 people whom ho had killed or conquered tumid ho was allowed to wear his triumphal robe in tho sun Rte Thu world hind applause for im petal butchers but buffeting for tho Princo of Pence Plenty of golden chalices for tho favored to drink out of but our Princo must put Ills lips to tho buokot of tho well by the roadside mutter ho hud bogged for n drink Pour torn in another nuns barn anti eating at another mans fish Ing smack and burled in another mans tomb Four inspired authors wroto his biography mind Innumerable lives of Christ havo boon published but Ha composed ills autobiography in a most compressed way Ho said I hive trcddou tho wino press alone Of Poor in tho estimation of nearly all tho prosperous classes They sailed him Sabbathbreaker wlnoblbbor traitor blasphemer and ransacked tho dictionary of opprobrium from cover to cover to express their detestation I can think now of only two well to do men who espoused tho cause Nlcodc anus and Joseph of Arimatkcu Ills friends for tho most part were people who in that climate whore opthalrala or Inflammation of limo eyeball swoops over nail anon as a scourge had boa como blind sick peoplo who won anx ious to got well and troubled people In whoso family there was some one Y I i dead or ylnglt he bada pun at all it was empty or we would haTe heard what the soldiers did with the contents Poor The pigeon In the dovecote the rabbit in its burrow the silk worm In Its cocoon the bee in Its hive Is better provided for better off better sheltered Aye the brute crea tion has a home on earth which Christ had not A poet says If on windy days the raven Gambol like a dancing skiff Not too less ho loves bU haven On the bosom of the cUlt If almost with eagle pinion Oor the Alps tho chamois roars Yet ho him some small dominion Which no doubt he calls his hone But the Crown Princo of all Heaven ly dominion has less than tho raven less than the chamois for Ho was homeless Aye in the history of the universe there Is no other instance of such coming down Who can count the miles from tho top of the throne to I CleopatraIvinegar and swallowed It But when our Prince according to the evangel 1st in Ills last hours took the vinegar in it had been dissolved all tho pearls of His heavenly royalty Down until thero was no other harassment to suf fer poor until there was no other pau perism to torture Billions of dollars spent in wars to destroy mon who will furnish the statistics of the value of that precious blood that was sited to save us Yo know tho grace of our Lord Jesus Christ that though ho was rich yet for your sakcs he became poorOnly those who study this toxt in two places can fully realize its power tho Holy Lund of Asia Minor and tho Holy Land of Heaven 1 wish that some day you might go to tho Holy laud and take a drink out of Jacobs well anti taka sell on Galilee mind rend tho Sermon on tho Mount while standing on Olivet and see tho wilder ness where Christ was tempted and bo some afternoon on Calvary at about 11 oclock tho hour ut which clotted thin crucifixion and sit wader tho sycamores amid by the side of brooks timid think and dream and pray about the poverty of Him who curie our soul to save But you may bo denied that nurlso here in another continent and in another hemisphere and in scones as dif ferent as possible wo recount us well wo may how poor was our Heavenly Prince Hut in tho other holy land above wo may all study tho riches that Ho loft behind when Ho started for earthly expedition Come let us bard gain to meet each other at tho door of tho Fathers mansion or on thin bank of tho river Just where it rolls from under tho throne or at tho outside gate Jesus got tho contrast by ex changing tills world for that Thero and then you will understand more of tho wonders of tho grace of our Lord Jesus Christ who though he was rich yet for your sakes became poor Yes grace free grace sovereign grace omnipotent grace Among the thousands of words in tho language there is no more queenly word It means free and unmerited kindness My text has no monopoly of thin word Ono hundred nail twentynine times does tho Bible eulogio grace It is a loot swung wide open to let into thin pardon of Oocl1L11 time millions who choose to enter it John Newton snug of it when ho wrote I1Il Amiulni craco how Mvaet the sound That unveil u wretch like mo Philip Doddridgo putt It into all hym- nology when ho wrote Uriico tlnn chnrtnlni sound HarmonloiiH to the oar heaven with the echo ntuill resound And nil Limo earth shall hoar Ono of John Hunynns great hooks is entitled Grace Abounding it Is all of grace that I inn saved has been on the lips of hundreds of dying Chris tians The boy Sammy was right when being examined for admission into church membership he was asked Whoso work was you salvation and ho unsw rellart mine and part Gods Thom tho examiner asked What part did you do Sam myj and thin answer wits I opposed God all I could and Ho did thin rest Oh tho height of it time depth of it tho length of it thin breadth of it the grace of God Mr Fletcher inuring written a pamphlet that pleased tho King the King offered to compensate him tutu Fletcher answered Thero is only ono tiling 1 want unit that is moro grace Yes my blond boughtt hearers grace to live by and grace to the by Grace that saved tho publican that saved Lydlu that saved tho dying thief that saved thin jailor that saved me nut tho riches of that grace will not be fully understood until Heaven breaks in upon tho soup An old Scotchman who hud been a soldier in one of tho European wars was sick nnd dying In ono of our American hospitals Ills ono desire was to see Scotland und his old home and onco again walk tho heather of the Highlands and hear the bagpipes of tho Scotch regiments Time night that tho old Scotch soldier died a young man somewhat reckless but kindhearted got a company of must clans to come and play under thin old soldiers window und among tho Instruments theN was a bagpipe Tho instant that the musicians began the dying old man in delirium said Whats that Whats that Why its tho rcgmcnts coming home Thats tho tuns yes thats the tune Thank God I have got homo once morel Jicncle Scotland and Bonnie Doon i 0u W j t- LLLL J were j the last words lie uttered as h passed up to the Highlands of the bet ter country And there are here hundreds home slclc for Heaven some because you have so many bereavements some because you have BO many temptations Sono bo anse you have so many ailments homesick very homesick for the fath erland of Heaven and the music that you want to hear now Is the song ot free grace and the music that you want to hear when you die Is free grace and forever before the throne ol God you will sing of the grace of out Lord Jesus Christ who though ho was rich for your sakes became poor Yes yes for your salve It was not that Ho cameon a pleasure excursion for It was all pain It was not on an astronomical exploration for ho know this world as well before ho alighted as afterward It was not because he for he volun was compelled to come teered It was not because It was easy for ho knew that It would be thorn and spike and hunger and thirst and vociferation of angry mobsFor your sakes To wipe away your tears to forgive your wrongdo lug to companionship your loneliness to sooth your sorrows to sit with you by the newmade grave to bind up your wounds in tho ugly battle with the world and bring you homo at last kindling up tho mists that fall on your dying vision with the sunlight of a glori ons morn Pur your sl lces No I will change that Paul will not caro und Christ will not euro If I change it for I must get into tho blessedness of the text myself und so I say For our sakes For we all hove our tomptu tions and bereavements and conflicts For our suites We who deserve for our sins to be expatriated into a world as much poorer than this as this enrtli is poorer than Heaven For our sakes Hut what a frightful coming down tc take us gloriously iii- INTERESTING ITEMS A New YOHK judge has decides that n woman is thin legal wife of two dif ferent men both of whom reside in that city This makes a delightful mix QtFBN VICTOHIA is said to bo worth moro than a hundred million dollars which she has made by saving timid in terest out of her annual nut revenue ol SOOOOOO Tin decision of a New York judge that it ninetyday Dakota divorce case will not hold good in his state is likely to be a blow to a thriving northwest ern industry STANlsiArs DUCATCII a fullblood Osuge Indian and Miss Do Hart a pretty whitii girl front Independence Kits who has been teaching in the In thou schools were married the othci morning at Chief Uuvurds looms in the Osage Nation NuJOccnt silver pieces inure been coined at tiny of the Tinted States mints sluice by an art passed in May I1378 such coinage was prohibited Tho coinage of this piece went on for I five years only nod time weight of the coin was 77 grains There urn now uf them outstanding about 150000 W C COIKMAV u wealthy Negro ol Concord N C has decided to build and equip a cotton mill in Concord fat givinglieves that Negroes can be employed as cotton mill operators satisfactorily tc tho mill owners stud greatly to time pecuniary advantage of tho Negroes themselves IT Is said that Irish girls inure the best eyes tho keenest wit tho brightest complexions and tho most beauti fat hands of alt the women in time girthelllglong those of time English girls too plunge German girls hands too broad and fat while the Spanish feminine humid is the least graceful of nil IT is asserted that singing is mu cor restive of thin too common tendency to pulmonlu complaints An eminent physician observes on time subject Tho Germans turn seldom aillicted helluvcIsstrength cxerelsIng stitutes an essential branch of their education hyhunlllnlcJnd I those of tho Goaieros inhabitants of ono of Canary groupo of islands and tho Cameroon of West Africa The I rindlipsI signals that uro required to make the conversation intelligible A Cameroon man uses a drum tho surface of which Is divided into uneven halves so that when It In straelc it yields to different notes 1Vity a code in character not unlike tho fisItemlanguageCHINA somnalentIntroductionhas hitherto characterized Its habits I Khowlug Thisisfirms representing tho builders of railways shipbuildingan agency there An American railway syndicate has also submitted bids for frornooehow tOIunofShanghai I i H 1- atin t Ii IMPERipet MarlIall ybands coilsofmany distinguished soldiers is nn IrJlIa countylerryhef i Thin princess of Wales wastnl timnnearly T w hood was n poor younger son aail i almost in seclusion with his wife family A shrewd grocer In St Louis lfc j increasingtradeagenttohouses tW c mtnIngtkfancyDr Johnsons aversion to SebtlijiiL1 EdxadBatesi j hdnughlcrJriiJ tmili moreithan0thoughtfor him to spout his story into aphouo himselfibdhavecopyist He spent a month thus and 1 then discovered that the phonograph was out of order A good husband in Clevelandl thought to pleasantly surprise his wifc by lighting n fire in thin sittingroom stove to make the place cheerful da i her return from a visit to her mother Shin was more than surprised for in the stove shin lad secreted 117 to keeplt- out of the retch of burglars The death is announced at Ock brook Derby England of Mr John Warwick for over 25 years telegraph superintendent of the Midland railway tutu the inventor timid patentee of tlie block system used on all the principal railways Ho retired from the Mid land companys service in JS79 vj CIPHER DISPATCHESw lied n+ t Writing Tlmt din Mo Head Only by CorriHiioiuliiiiN Ciphers in general for secret writing urn as old as writing itself or older limn Australian message stick can nrob Hilly be read only by the correspond eats if indeed by them Ogham writing looks like u Lied of cipher for the people who employed It knew the Jtoiniin alphabet though for reasons of their own they preferred Ogham The Greeks lad an innocent cipher A piece of parchment was rolled round asticlt sumo written on When unwound IIt made nonsense and could he read only when again rolled round a stick of the right thickness A few easy expert locals would solve the mystery of the shy title as it was culled The strata gent of shaving a slaws tattooingnmesii rage on his head letting his hair grow and sending him on his errand to If thu ell again by the correspondent Is 1j mentioned by Herodotus The sky tale is a rude forecast of the t grille The grille is nude by writing a teller of an ordinary kind containing the necessary words scattered up ands down the epistle A piece of paper bj laid on thin letter apertures are cuW where the significant words conic thtn thejhielllllIj ilinary letter If the enemy securestbel grille ho has the key to time correi jpondcncc liven Ifi he suspects n grille he may analyo tho letter till licdiseu j j gages the nicssujje A writer in the 1nll Mall Gazette exhibits a device of j the Itiisshin captives In Siberia Thcf send an innocentlooking letter whence j their Wends extract the esoteric mean j ing by observing what characters ore i detached do nut join on to each other i Such breaks occur of course In most Hiethodtho4brealcs j Of tall the ciphers the simplest relies jI merely on giving to one let Iemor numerr 1 mil the value of another In Toes Golden Beetle thus method Is ex plained cud illustrated in the case of Copt 1 Kldds ciphered record of his hid them treasure Poe challenged man kind to make a cipher which he could act Interpret timid he Is staid never to j haws been defeated The predominance of certain letters ns e Is the basis of tIle inquiry Hut us the writer J111- I the Pall Mail Gazette shows systems must be carried to an extreme of mathe matical complexity None iIs safe from analysis or discovery London News ItCllllZlltloil V The car gave a lurch and the 500 pound woman letting go the strap sat down with fur more force than elefconeo on young Kudeys lop For once i rcallxe said he ns lie pushed her to her feet just what is meant by tho softening influence1 of the fair sexN Y Journal Hitfn Keeping Time editor was preparing to go home Happening to glance out of the window ie saw signs of nn nppronchintf Pt rnit Jimmy lie said to the ofllCC W 4I guess youll inure to open the s1o igaiu and get my umbrella It looks- iJm rain UptoDnto No fustier Hustle Why mUll ourebcblnd tits age1ogeyIVeii that has helped me te- I lave n good many years of myova NY Truths J t 11w Y TT I 1 J I HE FARMING WORLD i HEADSTALKED AVENS tagt VO VtsKtroyed Hoot and liruiich to Oct Itlcl of It Jf The drawing represents n coum111- red belonging to the rose family itt ifc iiesidstnlkecl UVCIIB Ueuin Vuriuuii Kid on account of the hooked tullxof it weds isi womewhat troublesome cling Ijg to wool or clothing The blossom tis jgconnplcuous with five small yellow petals five reflexed sepals and nuine- rfLot pistils crowded in n conical stalked eail the stuB being nt first abort but fitter quite prominent The Heed or ouuelgliUifJ nearlyJcngth from the base is bent into n fi IabruptlyIi i AI the wed matures the end of the tyle- droi s off leaving the longer portion 1VV with its hooked end The styles an kjmooth1 and veaklsh so do not cling so obstinately to clothing us sticklights HEAD STALKED AVENS The fruiting heads bear from 10 to UO scheniii onu Heeded The leaves vary in uliapc the stew leaves being lobed with two irregular edged stipules at the base of tin pets ole the root leaves on long slender j tents nro either like the stem leaves or if rounded with irregular Berate edges f as if inclined to become lobed t The plant has a sprangling habit the f long slender stems not standing erect i but IIsCllHl ing 0h1iluel Ullll toward tilt Howef11 plant attains a height of one to three g feet and often covers considerable A1 patches with its tangled mass of Ktems r somer1 two or more stalks After t ripened and fallen the stalk dies Icu + I ing only the root leaves green to fur nlBh KUsUunnco for the root during the remainder of the season The plant blossoms in April and May or into June of a late spring The petals rennin on but a short Unit and the steal speedily begins to ripen Jt pro fens rather shady places like old t orchards thickets fence corners but often gets a footing in low meadows i It has usually been meadows bordering wods where 1 have noticed it in grass There are severalI kinds of Livens ixomc bearing white scone yellow inn i some purple jmtaled blossoms but the general cliaraeteristicH of all are s similar that knowing one it is easy to recognle most of the others Being a perennial It is necessary to destroy ItI root and branch in order to bo rid oft hit and thorough cultivation Is the mostt effective means of killing the root a Where the weed has covered consider nhlo areas Harriet Mason in Ohio Farmer Prepurlnjf Urlno for flutter To brine butter make a strong brine two or three pounds of salt to ouo gal lon of water Place straining cloth ocr iliouth of chin pour in brine put 11 ticat on churn turn sharply hull a dozerI times stud leave from 10 to 15 minutes Then lift time butter out of churn into fcievc turn butter out on worker leave Jt a few minutes to drain and work gently till all superfluous moisture iis plusbutterminutes then work gently till all the butter cornea together place it on the scale and weigh then weigh saltfoxA- lglut salting onefourth ounce me dium oue half ounce heavy three fourths ounce to the pound Jtnll but Hprinklatilte Up and repent till all the salt is used A Powerful Fungicide Prof Tuft of the Michigan experi tacnt station has much faith Jn copper ulplmte as u winter spray for fungousI suyiItu ttrong solution of copper sulphate first tame into use as a fungicide upon the I s budopened I Its application have been BO favorable what it is recommended by nearly if not allof the spraying calendars When used at the rate of one pound to 15 o 5 gallons of water it destroys the my thelrranellesI lion of such spores ns may come in con act with it hut nt this strength it will eetroy the foliage hence it cannot be- fed later In the eason A aa FACTS ABOUT PEACHES Baumarjr or Some of the Good Quaiitlci of This Fruit The pench net to tho apple is the most important OUfbountrv11egIby mnny otherwise good farm dlillcnltto itssadaptability to almost all sails and climntcs1hc nythingsfavor pluntinRJutyouwishyouenvi nir It bears IS quickly ns binclcber Rmnltfruit adc vantage over the apple which requires several years of growth before It makes much ret urn 2 Its season Is quite well extended n notcto have peaches froth time tree for foil mMiths or onethird of the year a There s always a good market for flue pen sues All know bo+ abundant cachet were time past season yet even 31ieIIIinu sized ones brought as much per ibushel as wheat and the finest jxachcs were worth two or three bushels of wheat 4 Peaches will grow well on land that is too rough anti rocky to he cult vated with profit In grain In fact the ptaoh ilourisluw best on rough laud Land that is worth only a few dollars per acre will grow ns good peaches as the best farm land b No other fruit is snore certain A ixauh ttree under proper cultivation will bear every year if the halls and bios noniH sI1J1eflost It is the only fruit that is liable to lx killed in the bud but tills dots not often happen not moro titan once in 20 years Hilton the other hand it will survive quite a hard freeze when III full bloom enduring cold better than any other fruit at this trying period II 2Co trait keeps Its tnste better or is ninny easily preserved either by can ning orevnjKiratlng The canned peach Is always regarded not simply as a lux cry but as n necessity in every home Ohio Farmer HANDY CARRYING RACK Suitable fur CnimytiiK Iron Jill to Nina Slirrp or nhM- A rack for conveying sheep calves pigs or poultry to any desired place is something which every farmer nerdy more or less 1 herewith send a draw lug of what I term a handy conveying rack suitable for currying 0110 to Ithree sheep or calves according to sire It is easily cud quickly made of any kind of soft wood Mine is of basswood two feet wily lour feet lung three feet high corner posts of hardwood 2x2 button mutt top frame boards six inches CAIUIY1NO RACK IIdl threefourths inch thick united to posts There are two flours or decks mad time roof is composed of material half an Inch thick Slats 21Yr inches wide A strip 1x0 inches four inches mug is nailed lengthwise in the ee31ter lush with the inside of the bottom boards to strengthen the bottom flour Itoth floors sure set in loose so Ithey can be removed if necessary flue two floors are convenient for dividing poultry to prevent their crowding or lo divide turkeys from chickens No tics that the gate is divided In two and two sets of hinges are used so instead having to open the whole gate to taku 1snot poultry from the bottom floor only half need be opened Two of the Hide Sluts run out to live inches on each end for handles Two men cnn take the rack full of poultry and ict it on tho scales to weigh It The rack can lbrt used to advantage in various ways to suit the owner William J Loy in X Y Tribune NOTES ABOUT BEES Bees will forage when live drays old Aristotle numbered bees among civil peopleAbout one hulf of tho wild bees ac cording to irof IJrancr have drones with stings unit some of time wild bees are only one thirtythird of an inch in lengthThe time that a colony will be actual ly out of n laying queen from the date of dequeening to the laying of a new ammo reared by the bees alone will bo from a bout 20 to 30 days Time average weight of n prime swarm of bees la six pounds the heavi est being eight pounds and the lightest five and one hnlf pounds Second KVvarmH average three pounds Vnrro and Colnmellu bout heed to tho shouldrbe in an open sunshiny place little sub ject to the injuries of the weather anti far from the noise of men und cattle and the hive open towards the east but never toward the north Wnter should be near the hives and clear fur the bees to drink THE JEWSHARP Bermrtn Player Wtoo Itocnino Fnntou fw Their Skill with the Instrument It Is very certain that whatever tin derivation may be It the Jewsharp has llttlo or no special ufllnlty with the Jewish race though it Is of extreme- lyI ancient date Its Introduction In England cannot be traced but the term is clearly a corrupted form of the French jeutrompe literally n toy trum- P ti but tho corruption of jcu Into Jews is evidently of n good age Per haps It waa a jeu desprlt Tlmbs in his Popular Errors says that the instrument is called a Je vs harp by Hakluyt llneon called it jell trumpe while Jeutrump is used by IJcaumont and Fletcher In Baileys dictionary 1733 will be found Jewtt harp an instrument of muslclc time substitution of harp commonly for trump is apparently a litter growth although of course Hnkluyt points to an early use In all probability the French origin of the term Js n correct one and jawsharp mug lave been the matteroffact name invented by the country folk among whom it elm emulated maybe through till efforts of the chapman and the packman Brew er is very brief on the subject ho con fines himself to the statement that the best players on the instrument Lave been Koch n Prussian soldier under Frederick the Great Kunert Amstein and some others He makes no mention of Kulcnstcin who may bo said to hove been the muster of all players The celebrated Stephanie Fclielte countess do Genlis in her Memoirs tells us a great deal about Koch the German player which is worth record fug This soldier who is described us a musician was in the service ot Frederick the Great and being fond of relieving the tedium of Kcntry go ho used to practice on time Jewsharpf with considerable skill One night Frederick who was an amateur musN claim heard w hat he thought was a dis tinet orchestra under his window when he discovered that the soundn camo trout one of leis privates Sun prised on learning that such wonderful ciVeets could be produced by u single man with two Jewsharps he ordered the player into his presence lie wna dulyI presented to the ling thefollou lug morning and performed to thou delight and satisfaction of ills majesty who rewarded Koch with f 0 and gavo twin ills discharge that he might de vote hit time nail attention to the ad vance of his talent Koch dad not tho slightest knowledge of musts butowed his ability to natural taste and instinct Ie made quite a fortune traveling about and performing in public and private and retired to Vienna where he lived until long past the ago of bU He tiled about J63U lie used two harps at once in the sane manner as the peas emits oi the Tyrol and produced with out doubt the harmony of two notes Struck at tile same moment which wan considered by the musically curious an somewhat extraordinary when time limit d IKHVITS of time instrument were remembered Herr Koch had a fore idea of theatrical effect for It was his eus torn to require that all the lights bo extinguished in order thai the i1lu stout produced by his playing might be increased Another German a peasant and herdsman named Kulenstein about thu beginning of this century devoted bin attention to thu cultivation of the Jews harp softening mind enriching the tout of this twanging instrument into al most perfect harmony Indeed Kulen stin acquired u musical reputation from the way lie manipulated this meager and not overagreeaiilo instru meat The Jewsharp usually de s1 sal I1nlllignored possesses three dif foment tones the buts tunes of time first octave hove some resem blance to those of time Hutu and clarinet those of the inhN die and high of time vex humana of some organs lastly the harmonlcal sounds are exactly like those of this harmonica It Iis conceived that this diversity of tone quoted the Mirror 1827 affords already a great variety Jn time execution which is always looked upon as being feeble and trilling on aCt count of tho smallness of the Instru uncut It was not thought possible to derive much pleasure from any attempt which could be made to conquer the difllcultics of so limited an instrument because in the extent of three octaves tlitru were a number of spaces which could not be filled up by the talent of the player Besides the most ample modulation is impossible Herr Ku Icnstcin remedied thu inconvenience by joining 1C Jews hnrps which he tuned in Ills own special way and su performed his selection by changing time harps with extreme rapidity always keeping one harp in advance so ni not to Interrupt the measure He became so proficient that he was able hi execute with grace and ease running over four octaves many quite difficult Italian French and German pieces He was induced by the duke of Gordon in 1H28 who was delighted by Ids perform ances to tour in Scotland where the Jewsharp is still rather popular Ku lenstcin also visited tho chief towns of England cad drew crowds to hear his novel entertainment In London It is presumed that he returned to his own country about 1832 Sincu then the Jewsharp ecms to have fallen into dis repute and its position as a serious moons of musical enjoyment is no long aUaaUtcdrI cnUoja Standard =NoToIUe tef Vlftjr CftBt Tobacco8ptotingwill be glad to learn that the makers of No ToIiae the famous Ruaranteed tobacco habltcuro that has freed over 400000 tobac co user in the last few years have put oa oho market u lift contpaokagoof thelrgreat remedy TILlS will gtvo every tobacco user a chance to test NoToBuoB power to con trol thodeal re for tobacco In every form and at the salllu tome be bonefltt0ll by NoTo bass norvo strengthening qualities Every tobacco user Hliuuld procure a tiny cent box at once front his drugglstororderlt by mull You will ho surprised to ere how easily and dlIlIlPJlCnraAllYtimeSterlingitomedyCoChicago paper or oxcul1cntIBost 1 mothatI DiinQfir Knvlron Ue Iroyalent provided with u medicinal safeguard Wlier over tho cudciulc is most prevalent unit AmericathoMexico nail llio lathrnuauf Iuuunla Hos tottcrn Stomach Ulttarsbuvo proved n rein uuj far cud inuvuiitivu of tiiu uinuanu hum every foini 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no woman over hud enough of them Pisos Curo for CouKiiinptlnn has saved me many u doctors blllS F lUiior UopkliiH iliicu Uidtlmorc Md Dec 204 JrentlnUueucott Horn a COIl quickens rheumatism bat quickly surely Ut Jacobs Oil ewes It IT IIH a great mlstaUo for lie young to duxpiitu what limo old linvo learned liy CX perience ICiuax Horn ViiRV hlliotis or cosltvu rat a Casiuirut candy cathartic euro guaranteed idle 2c r saysalyesnuitsiso Itching frostbite Uso St Irm cobs Oil emen promptly Cools tho fever No ONI can Mudy elocution anti riot bo affected afterward Atdiisoii hobo Tunnn turn no excuses not to use St Jacobs Oil for bruisuH Hfvnx out of ten men who order raw oys era do slot Illco them AtehlHon Ulobe CASCAIIRTS Rtimtilato liver kidneys nod bowels Never Hlclten weaken or gripe JOe A MISHOUIUAV always likes to cut a box or whittle when ho is thinking If H GKAT leal 4O- OMMMAM t bea- ukMQsJ be blood purifiers WhAl purtfks blood M THE KIDNEYSa a PURIFY mAND THEY ALONE If diseased however they cannot and the blood continually becomes more impure Every drop of blood In the body goes through the kldtteyssthe sewers of the system every three s minutes night and day while life endures m puts the kidneys in perfect health andanature does the rest The feeling the bilious attacksbeadaehes nervous unrest fickle appetite aU caused by poisoned blood will disappear when the kidneys properly perform thek is no doubt about this Thousands have so testified The theory Is right the cure Is right and SequenceBesonal proof LIVE ST06K OJTSWe will furnish duplicates MVE STOCK OUTS or any other Cut shown In any Spec linen Uook at or below quoted prices for sama AN KCLLOQQ NEVVSPAPOR CO 420 Elm 8tra t Cincinnati SOUTHERN HOMES IN Ucvcat tbsa BLOOD functionsThere TEXAS U1 In the ret brntid lot Country Cht and on rea oiml ln Ivrin frUit vrirrtabl anti 1111crufarm Orritt iro lurllou IMirct innrket IMvrrcl II oil rroin TriiTrl Wlft Frluru Ilne from HI Iouli lfTKur I u nil lilprutiire iimpiticur tun rat ant lull Infurinutlmi writ THE AMERIOAN LAND COMPANY IlOil Hou rums NT IOVINMO H ITDRUNKENNESSl- urrdInii110iS NI11 111- 4curJ DRJL8TCPHEN8 tmAItJNU1UU + T1 TVT fi rr unt ntKwt P oJLUJMa Oftiui WIUOWN- Kro fur liirtimr ta Ilrjpdlftl clnlnii rvnwlifil Aliilaw frrn 11 rr procllco Rurrrn or no tea flWMcCorrolek a UoniCloclnn tl 4 Wnblnf tonDO DROPSYNEW niscmEarl ghee 11Ir nIIII wurPi i IM Hriul rur tmuk or Irdlmuititi itiiilI IO ills ya 111 rill Frrr III II IIUIIKKVlt KIINH IlIu Ua a GOVERNMENT Aucliorlfun Tlhhl UerolurrsRnnrllagall inxalrunuI- rraqIlla1lbuIr UUUU til hL ab X T OH YES WE USE IT YUCATAN PISO5 JCURE FOR r miTJMViTnTwiiMflJraniciiiM w i Beg Gough Syrup arumtkxd Uao- In time IMhd b1 druitalau CONSUMPTION 1 A N 1C IB 1030 j WHEN WIUTINO TO AIlVKIll IHI11 PLEA5Ell tale that yoo law the AdTcrtUtMcat la UU i Npr u =c7O c = 0 c r 1 rc7JIlEASONS k r Breakfast Cocoar l Because it is absolutely pure 2 Because it is not made by the uncalled Dutch Process in which chemicals Ire used 3 Because beans of the finest quality arc usedI4 Bcausc it Is made by a method which preserves unimpaired- the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans S Because It Is the most economical costing less than one cent- a 1 cup U inns that you get the genuine article made by WALTHR BAKeR A CO Ltd Uorchelrr AUf HiUbllthed 1780 a Ii a Ahead of Pearline Never i Not a bit of it i That is out of the question Probably not one of the many washingpowders that have been made to imitate Pearline would claim to excel it in any way All they ask is to be consideredthe same as orasgood as Pearline But theyre not even that Pearline is to day just as it has been from the first the best thing in the wnrta for every kind of washing and cleaning J I1 J weo ANDY CATA TIC c 6 f f Y 1 ZJ 10t SO t DR r ABSOLUTELY GUIRnrTEEDI ttvpa NEXEDIr All MHOr II or fet mflblt enaterrsihere LLii ti Iud ektrt free Ad STPELTNO Chie lltrNI CMi eritew f- y fr c rte fr 1 Much in Little Isespedally ttuo of Hoods tins for nornedl sloe em contained so great curative power In- eg small space They are a whole m- edicineHoods cheit alwAvi ready I ways efficient always tsfactory prevent a or fever cure all liver IllsPills i sick headache Jaundice constipation etc tie The only Fills to tako with Hoods Harsaparllla mnmgttsBm ra IT LATE STATE NEWSCr lm fmJJj MKi4 M Miss Joaophino Wftller Warren of Stanford UBOS p door skin trunk which has been in tho family 105 yoarsOn South Broadway Lexington a dog was found Htanding on tho sidewalk frozen stilT ono morning last week Tho forociouH boast which has Caused BO much nlnrm in Anderson county of late turns out to bo a largo gray fox John Burnsides a Nicholasvillo workhmiflQ prisoner inado his os capo from a guard vho shot at him five times without offoct John Craft of Roekhouso creek was fined 80 and 10 days in jail for riding his horso into a Baptist church in Lotcher county during 83rvicOI A froak in tho nature of a calf with three good oyes and nostrils has boon born on tho farm of Dave Stoinbaok near McGoos springs in Carlisle county s Twelve town Inca in Richmond sold last wook at unction and brought from 20 to 75 each Thoso sumo lots sold during tho boom for 300 each Richard Rico brought suit in tho Madison circuit court against his brother lnylurfor 2000 dam agjs on account of a writ of luna oy The jury disagreed Charles Ball n prominent mol chant of Middlosboro gave x1200 to his brother Houston Ball to deposit in bank but instead of doing so Houston loft tho city I Tho roport curates from Wright Lotchor county that during tho late cold snap ico hind formed on tho North fork of tho Kentucky rivor 18 inches thick inches in 24 hours Bon Dulin an aged farmer of Christian county was found frozen stilt in tho road near his home Ho started to walk to Crofton soy oral miles distant but never reach od thoro William Tzor a wealthy mer chant of Logan county was found on tho roadside ono milo from his homo lend His body was fearfully mutilated and it is thought ho was murdered for his money In Magoflin county an oight yoarold son of Thomas Reynolds a farmer foil down while running through a pasture and accidentally swallowed a cockloburr which lodged in his throat and finally clinked him to death Fayotto Bush of Carter county hoard strange noises around his corn crib and Irod both barrels of a shot gust in that direction Noxt morning ho foiuul a halfiillod sack of corn at tho door and a trail of blood loading away from it Tho boiled buzzard Boon so often in counties bordering on tho Ohio river was killed recently in Mason county Tho belt was a small cow boll with 1881 engraved on it and was fastened to tho birds neck with a small loather strap Lawroncoburg is boasting ef tho fact that sho has C2 widows The Stanford Journal answers that I Stanford has 54 widows and has finny mow married women who 9 c LA would bo bettor off if they wero widowsTo the lives of several wo men and children Henry Violman a Newport policeman seized a run away horso attached to a milk wagon by tho bridlo and turned it from its course Tho wagon was theistate was George Hindman of Campbell county Ho served 180 summons m civil suits summoned 10 grand jurors and 24 petit jurors sum moned two juries for lunatic trials and took two lunatics to tho asyl umThat deadly open grate has boon getting in its work during tho recent cold snap At Russellvillc tho clothes of little Della tho 2 yoarold child of L M Lawson caught fire and sho was burned to death before assistance reached her A spark from an open grate sot a house on firo in Allen county and two children wore incinerated Cyrus tho 4yearold son of Daniel Davis of Christian county was fatally burned while playing be fore an open grate A 2yearold son of Burley Hackney of Wood ford county caught fire from tho grato and burnod to death Tho mother was dangerously burned in trying to save tho child Fagate la t Bad Way Mrs Alex Fugato with her five young children camo to Jackson Monday morning and applied to tho county court for assistance putting up tho plea that she was in destitute circumstances her husband having abandoned her leaving tho burdon of the support of her children upon her Tho court allowed hor 2500 She told a most pitiful story of her troubles Sho said that her hus baud had sold thoir little home and oven tho scanty supplies she had raised on tho farm with her own hands Ho carried away tho bud clothing and ripping off tho ticking of ono of tho mattresses hind underclothing made of it for himself To force her to vacate the house he removed tho roof She said that he lease taken up his abode with a disreputable woman in tho neighborhood Sho is tho mother of ten children ranging in ages from two to 20 years rho five oldest aro caring for them solves Tho fivo youngest who wore with her were scantily clad having no head apparel except thin cotton handkerchiefs and thick yarn stockings constituted thoir onlyI foot wear Thoir clothing was very insufficient for this cold weather Tho womans story was corroborated by several who know of her troubllHHustierI- teeely I For Colds and Soro Throats Very often a simple remedy given in time will save a porson a long spell of illness and when diphtheria or scarlet fovor is prov alent thoro is a simple remedy that our family physician always recommended and it is excellent and will euro tho worst kindof sore throat and relieve a cough It is to gargle with salt water and borax Mako a strong solution of it and lavo tho mouth and tonsils freely several times a day anti through tho night I have hail it cure ul coratod auto throats It is also good in times of contagion or if you have a case of diphtheria in your family if you keep up tho gargle you will not take diphtheria oven if it is in tho houso It is a fine disinfectant It is perfectly harmless nnd thoro is no danger of an overdoso hurting oven a a child If you have a coM in tho load or an irritating cough put a small pieco of borax tho size of a pea on your tongue and slowly lot- It dissolve It wilt give almost instant relief 11 The Coimtry Newspaper For a good many years tho coun try newspaper has boon tho butt of tho professional humorist The Portland Express thinks that while there is no malice in these thrusts tho subject has been overworked and it is high timo to give it a restThat most country newspapers are important factors in local af fairs says our Portland contem porary no ono at all acquainted with tho subject can for a moment doubt They are as n rule inde pendently honest in tone and al low no fear of consequences to in fluence them whoa they feel like criticising whatever is considered worthy of criticism within their jurisdiction Tho fact that John Smith has painted tho buck side of his hen houso may bo a news item of as much importance within tho circumscribed limits of tho coun try newspapers circulation as would he tho publication in tho Now York Herald of tho fact that Mr Van Astorbilt was contempla ting tho putting of new sails on his milliondollar yacht It is simply a question of locality A threelogged milking stoolwould be decidedly out of its place as a pioco of furniture iu a fashionable metropolitan church but it is an nrticlo the utility of which is un questioned in a farmers milking shedTho country boy who roes to tho city and takes his place and grows up among and with tho mon whoso business capacity helps to shape tho course of events always unless ho is something loss than a man cherishes many pleasant memories of his native town and ho takes tho paper that was his local paper whon ho was a boy and ho roads it carefully and then he takes it homo from the office and roads it again from tho old familiar heading clear through the advertisements No part is missed j and if he is tho right kind of a man ho roads hetwoon the linos moro than appears in cold type The country newspaper is an institution that has always followed tho schoolhouso anti tho church in tho onward march of civilization and its influence for good is a mnUor that is too seldom taken into account Why She Didnt Kiss I rocker if I wuz to ketch my slaughter kissin of a moat Id just natchelly cut him into mince mont ground fino said the old man from tho swamps of the Bracken hills Then your daughter wont kiss tho boysvonturoda Dover youth with spectacles Well I reckon not young man anti the old man gave him a look that dazzled his specs Butnh you know some girls who ore engaged you know sometimes kiss thoirtheirboysy- ou knownndits all right and propornnll- Tho old man looked at him real hard and after watching theyouth wilt liko a tobacco leaf in an Aug ust sun thundered out Well my daughter never kissed a livin man not oven hor pnpnor a poodle dog nor nothin But tliorosno harm and wh- yorwhyer unerpd tho bravo youth Well I reckon the most prin cipalist reason whmy daughter never kissed nothing is that I never had any daughter And tho thoughtful silence of tho young man was so dense that you could hoar tho price of farm lands drop quietly drop by drop while tho farm products hanging iu tho tobacco shod tior by tier TASTERSEVEIt1LFAITIiFUL ME es tablished house In Kentucky Salary 760 payable 15 weeklyI and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfnddresa DulldlngCbl WOLFS COUNTYIIi Toliver Topics The infant child of Amos Lawson is very ill H C Ward of the U G A was the guest of Misa Mina Nickell last Sunday Harve Nickcll and Robert Willa patt ed through here en route to Hazel Green Aaron and Buford Mtuinin attended church on White branch Sunday and report a nice time Misses Mollie and Lillie Catron of Iomeroy ton were the guests of Miss Lou Catrou lust Sunday TilE HERALD is the pnper fur you all to read and pay for It will tell you all the news of the county and how to plant your turnip seed Your scribe made a mistake last week about the wedding of Joe Landrum Ho was married to Miss Ava Sweeney and Rev J Wilton offlciatine He will start for Illinois in a few days Died on the 28th ult infant childof Mr and Mrs M A Elkins The parents on awakening in the morning found that its spirit had taken its flight to God who gave it Also on the 30th ult the little girl of D F Holing after a brief illness The remains were deposited in what iis known as the McNnbb burying ground W A Oldfield a citizen of this coun ty relates the following On last Satur day night I was going home from a neighburs house it was about 10 oclock as I was crossing the fence I heard some thing and looked up and beheld what I thought WAS an elephant after taking a second look I thought it was a dog but on looking n third time I found to my surprise a rabbit sitting on a chunk gnawing a cabbage stalk I WILl to ex cited I hardly knew when I got home So says Mack and I guess it was a sad sceneFeb 2 Siiizfen By Its Record of remarkable euro Hoods tSarMiparilhi hits become tI one true blood purifier prominently ii the public eye Get only Hoods Hoods Pills are thin best fatally cathartic and liver medicine 25e Upon Eryr Bottleand wrapper of the genuine Dr Bells PIne Tnrdfotey IN printed the above design It Is both trade mnrk and- guarnnleea warrant that the medi cine contained In the bottle will cure couch cold nail all lung throat and client trouble moro quickly and effectually than any other remedy DR BELLS Pine Tar- Honey U sold by all droItCIl or sent upon receipt of price c auc and It per bottle l y TM i L Niiktriud ddrw ratink x- fgQQQQQQQQoQQooQQQQQ WANf11ED 5000 TURKEYS I Will pay lid conts per pound for puundforPoultryEggs Bring mo your Turkeys Poultry and Produce and receive the high est Cash Price C B MILLER ROTHWELL KY COMBS HOUSE i CAMPTON KY J B HOLLON PBOWUETOR The patronage of the traveling public is respectftilly solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests WantedAn Idea something wekItwritelI Attore Wbltl vtta tMIr Pt r A John B McLeans Great Newspaper Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no 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