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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti I f f I i f- itN r i i Yx HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD it- rr c vTtrorYy EaUblUhed March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Hit Coatlaemt by Wax OKe1twIfplNOER COOPER Owner and Editor or a Nelsy World With News From All Natleas LvtaVriB at HU Iaack1- T SIOO A YEAR Always In AeWahi f Y YELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN 1 WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1897 NUMBER 46 ti rTIIB 1IanALD I SABIATH MORNING When the Sabbath morn Is breaking 5 IB bright glory oVr the hills i Nature robed In solemn splendor t f IB the air her music trills Every sunbeam paints an image t As It gilds the Sabbath sky ofthe glories that await us IRhat sweet home by and by 3Every dewdrop has a message From the portals ofthe skies From the hoane beyond the star plains Where the spirit never dies Telling how our friends immortal Clad In robes of shining white flitter on the plains of Heaven In Gods pure and fadeless light Err sound from humming nature ft Speaks ttf us In tones of bliss ora home that has more pleasures Than we eer have known in this Of the home where Christ is waiting Longing for Ills flocks to come Trooping home to brightest heaven Tkelr eternal happy home When lifes Sabbath day is waning And its sunbeams gild the west When the arrows from deaths quiver Tremble In our mortal breast When we near the shining portals Where our friends expectant wait They will shout a ringing welcome As were sweeping through the gate i H M Sword PIE COUNTER TROUBLE LINEUP FOR TILE VARIOUS RACER 1 General Rash For the United States Mirakal klp The Fan Will I Boon Begin it A Louisville Times special from Wash ington snys According to the Kentucky 1 goeelp afloat about the capital the races for the good things to be distributed in Kentucky are being rapidly made up r The biggest field will bo in the race jpr United States marshal for the Ken jitackYj district The entries in this so far are K J Hampton Charles Blan ford Leslie Combs Lew P Tarleton Capl J C Bryant of Ashland Rev W F Grider of Liberty Green Trim We of Somerset W J Deboe George Armstrong of Grayson Maj W J Seltr of West Liberty E S Gibson of Owen county Col Foreman of Mason county Judge Brown of London tOf this string Senator Deboe is not actively in the race but he has shown i interest in the office that justifies his friends in believing that he would accept gracefully if it came his way Judge Brown of London is another who has Mllr been writing friends about it Messrs Hampton Combs Blanford larleUn and Bryant are all actively in the field The marb lsblp pays a salary ra about 0000 a year and is one of the beet plums among the Kentucky offices cI Mr K J Hampton probably the best backed up applicant is a member of the Republican state central committee He Hat present in Washington as a news correspondent He in an efficient news paper man and one of the most popular SB Newspaper Row He is biding his rime and has not to far been bothering about political pulls other than those he brought with him from Kentucky MTheraco for district attorney will from present indications bo made up this way ife D Hill Williamsburg John McCart Hy Flemingsburg George W Jolly fOwensboro Ligc Sobrcc and John W Lewis ColHtllcome from Dave Colsons urgedYiatthojlfcKinley The president will bo asked wdo something real nice for that sec HPi with tho suggestion that tho ap Bjlatment of Hill would be satisfactory Tjw name of John W Lewis will doubt be presented by the friends of that tleman as it is known that ho would er that berth to the collectorahip fc taken for granted that Mr Lewis jDlbo handsomely cared for by the ad telstratlon It is not improbable that may bo selected internal revenue com Ipipner which would of course please p bettor than anything else U this connection it may bo stated IfMr Augustus E Willson will not w the use of his name as a candidate districtI attorney Mr Willson has Ttctlce which your correspondent Fbi tokDowhocouJdl1otno neg rr f to I i F rrJfi Y officelIeago an a withouthisCol R M Kelly J Speed Smith of FountyAdjtCountyClerkcounty are the only names at present beard in con nection with that fat easy office former ly held by Gen Collier The surveyor of the port it is said has to toil only about 30 minutes per day The rest of pleasesThisit iis a wonder more are not after it In addition to Dr Walton who wants his old place buck Maj I N Cardwell of Winchester i Jesse Nelson of Mt Sterling Representative Freeman of Louisville and Judge Vincent Boreing applicantfromtheir chanccH for becoming pension agent Dr Walton made an efficient officer but it may be that the new administration will prefer to regard those who have not yet tasted the delights of tho patronage a state of affairs which would also dim the hopes of Mr Jolly and Gen Collier for tho respective offices on which they aro casting covetous glances The scramble for the collectorships of the various internal reyenuo districts are local in their nature and are therefore not attracting so much attention here thatTohncollectorehip of Louisville handed to him than go into a catch as catch can for something else It is duo Mr Lewis to any however that his friends are mak ing these plans and ho is maintaining a dignified silence He is a highclass politician and prefers not to figure in scrambles James F Buckner jr and Stanley Brown are as everybody knows not adverse to accepting the office In the Second district E T Franks Dr William Turner C M Barnett and Maj Crumbaugh arc in the field The Sixth district has prominent in the race for tho collectorship George Lieberth T B Matthews and D N Co mingoreIn Seventh the race is made up of Sam Roberts in individual glory Ho is a sure thing In the Eighth John W Yerkes Thos Dullard and Dr Roberts are the most likely candidates Mr Yerkes candi dacy is of course contingent on nothing droppingThe service agency is under the civil service classification and it will be bard to get this office away from the fostering care of Mr Procter Col Thos Young who has charge of the speakers buicau for the Republican campaign committee would like to have it if there is any chance In tho makeup of the slates the observant will at once remark the absence of such names as the mighty Sam Kasb Judge George Denny who presented the gavel to the Republican convention at St Louis after carrying it around In his hip pocket two days waiting for chance Judge Morrow Maj D J Burchett that good natured and ever obliging citizen of Louisa George Todd and others Rash first in deference to his lead on the electoral ticket For performing this feat it is said Mr Kash desires to go to Marseilles for Uncle Sam This modest request from tho jolly little elector there should be no trouble in granting Maj Burchett also wants to go abroad Ho doesnt much care whore says the rumor but he wants it to be something good George Denny wanted to be collector of internal revenues in his district but ho decided ho would not oppose his friend Sam Roberta Judge Denny deserves something He sat down on that gavel several times and besides ho has done some fighting in his day Judge Mor row is belloved to prefer reelection to the bench than the uncertainty of the present condition of affairs It is said that W F Walsh of Beattyvillo will apply for the position of consul to Hnn nolulu As yet no Kentucky Repub lican has been mentioned as an appli cant for minister to Hawaii to succeed the late Mr Willis Mr Walsh modest ly centers bis thoughts on the consulship THE HERALD I c9 J OF FOR JOB ALL KINDSII f P i SOIOFB3LD HT1 SPAIN UrieaImnedfateAt the recent meeting of the South Atlantic and Gulf States Coast and Harbor Defense Improvement Conven tion held in Tampa Fla Gen John M Schofield the retired commander of the United States Army was chosen perma nent chairman In his speech of accept printedhoUnited States to put a stop to the war in Cuba Ho was not a believer he said in the doctrine that oouuionnl wars are neces sary to keep alive the fires of patriotism and military ardor in the breasts of young Americans These great virtues together with elementary military train ing should be taught in all the schools He continued Let our boys and young men see con stantly before them the mighty means provided by a free people to hurl back any attempt of monarchy to molest them or even if need be to crush to tho groundany dynasty that may dare to disregard American public law on American soil I There will then bo no need of war nor yet of the humiliation arising from the fact that the great American republic has ceased for the moment to be mighty because she finds herself un armedIf you see an insane mother trying to murder her own child because It will not submit to torture do you po home and consult your law books No 1 You seize her by the throat if necessary and save the life of the child Whether you shall afterwards adopt the infant or turn it loose to take caro of itself thero will be plenty of time to consider Supposed dynastic necessities some times make governments mild Must wo look calmly on while such madness works its fiendish will in the very garden whence we got our choicest food T Whore toIgreat American republic has a duty to spberelofThe very fact that this sphere docs not include any other continent of the world makes only the more plain and easy our duty hero at home on this continent which belongs to us and our brethren from the Arctic to the Antarctic sea which has been consecrated by tho blood of patriots to liberty and peace- I might need to apologizo for thus seeming to tread upon the domain of in ternational policy were it not necessary thus to enforce the truth that the great Republic ought always to bo ready to put forth her mighty strength before Irreparable damage is done It is a poor consolation for all tho losses and sufferings of an unjust and wicked war to have finally inflicted just punishment upon the criminal even if that were pos Bible But what possible adequate punishment can man inflict for an unprovoked and wicked war How much wiser more humane moro civilized more Christian to stay the madman and give his passion time to cool 1 VORTEX KY Feb 6 1897 Dear Cooper Please find check for 2 00 for which give me credit on your subscription book I have long delayed hoping that I could pay you in G0 cent free sil ver dollars but alas all hope seems to have fled and I now come with lOO cent dollars Sorry to do so knowing that yon would much rather have the cheap er stuff Respectfully yours IRA G PROFITT M D OAMPTOX KY Feb 31897Editor HEIULD Please find enclosed 110 for one year and fifteen das Yours- S P HoWE Hay Cooper have you seen anything of Old Man Confidence 1 Ho is not here any place- GATESVILLE TEX Jan 28 1897 Spencer Cooper Find enclosed 100 for which you will please send me THE HERALD and Courier Journal ono year Yours etc 0 E LACY WANTED Walnut and Cherry Logs 10 inches longApplyLouUvllle Ky r 4 0 ol CM do 1 DwwratlG District OaiYtttlei Pursuant to call of the district chair man tho delegates to the legislative convention mot in the ball of the acad emy in Hazel Green Fob 6th 1897 JudgeOscarto order and stated its object On motion B M Carr of Morgan was chosen temporary and permanent chair man and Spencer Cooper secretary with H M Cox of Morgan as assistant 011 motion of Dr John A Taulbee the chairman appointed Judge G B Swanifo WO Kendall aid Dr J A Taulbee a committee on resolutions On motion of Judge McKenzie the credentials of the delegates were called for and as each voting precinct in the two counties was called the credentials were banded to Dr John Taulbee chair man of the committee on credentials reportedtheResolved That wo the Democrats of the 91st Legislative district composed of tho counties of Morgan and Wolfe in convention assembled reaffirm our ale legiance to the Democratic party and adoptedbyat tbo national convention hold in 1896 Resolved That wo heartily endorse the manly and courageous manner in which the Hen William Jennings Bryan conducted tho late campaign and hereby pledge him nur support as tho Democratic candidate for president in the year of our Lord 1900 W O Kendall moved and Judge Me Konzlo seconded the adoption of the resolutionsWhen name of W J Bryan was read in tho resolutions tho convention as ono man gave cheer upon cheer and Dr Taulbco mado n neat little speech eulogizing our late candidate for the presidency and praising tho party which was applauded to tho echo Judge Sanford Davis moved and Judge McKenzie seconded a resolution to invite all recreant and wayward Dem ocrats to return to the fold after which the resolutions were adopted by a unan imous vote- Nominations being in ordor Rollin A Kash esq of Hazel Green made a neat little speech abounding in patriotic sen timent and pathos and presented the name of Asa B Ploratt the nomination being seconded by Isaac Rose esqof tho county of Morgan who also eulo gized tho gentleman presented George W Goad of Ezel also seconded the nomination of Mr Picratt in a few well chosen words There being no other nomination beforo the convention It was moved andseconded that Asa B Ploratt be doe clared the nominee of the convention by acclamation which was done with cheers Tho chairman then appointed O J McKenzie W 0 Kendall and Dr J A Taulbee to acquaint Mr Plerntt of his preference Mr Pioratt appeared and accepted the nomination Ho called attention to the fact that though confi dence is restored prosperity has not yet appeared His speech abounded with free silver sentiment and many happy hitsJudge Swango suggested that if any gold standard Democrat present wished to be beard from that ho be allowed to talk whereupon Hon W 0 Mize ad dressed the convention and declared himself still a Democrat and ready and willing to support the nominee of tho convention that ho always bad been and always would be a Democrat Ho was offered the right band of fellowship on probation THE HERALD and the Morgan County Messenger wore requested to publish these proceedings and after a vote of thanks to Prof Cord for the use of the hall the convention or Democratic lovefeast adjourned sine die DEN M OARR Chm SPENCER COOPER Sec H M Cox seat- WANTEDSEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN lor responsible es tablished house in Kentueky Salary 8780 payable 16 weekly and expenses Position permanent Iteference Enclose selfaddres sed envelope The National Star Dal- JdlaChleaao2248 PERFECT and permanent are the Saraparilla ko IIMlthyltfoi r rJ reJ n A L yt mi IKYKX Till Our TUi nat Will BriBf YaM Iq Prttttrlt j ExCoHgreMman Ben Butterwortk of Ohio was in Cincinnati the other day on legal bUIIaad while there told f an Enquirer reporter that bimetallismrmust be fully resorted to as one ef the greatestelements of a retuia prosperity Whether it will come as actual free coinage of silver is yet problematical said he It mutt come in some suck r way however Tho promised era of prosperity Iis sadly absent I do not think it will result from a revision ot the tariff to any great extent The only tariff laws that could do the country any jjrgood would be only such as would dlnrectly improve the condition of the la boring men and produce sufficient raoaer to properly conduct the affairs of the government Tho idea of high protection I believe as tho people know of me In very bad Under the McKInley bill aa I ofpartRerblp k T government by which great revenue 2 were derived by extortionate taxation of I tho masses I believe in protection when It wlU1Ifdirectly improve the condition of the workingman but I do not approve of 1 what is popularly known as the protect lye system which simply robs the people in general for the benefit of compara tively a few manufacturers 1 sincerelyIhope that the new tariff law to fo enacted will not be similar to the old McKinley c bill r liDo you expect swift return of pros j perity under the new administration hI hope for the best but the condition 1such1 lion a From ladiaaa Kentuckians in Illinois and Indiana J areas a rulo enjoying good health L t doingfirst J1 II KMcKInley prosperity is abroad in the land Corn is in cents and oats 12 cent 1 per bushel Mrs Holly OHalr daughter of New ton Swango of Charleston III is dan gorously ill Her recovery is not ex pected Jesse Swango celebrated his 66th birth day not long since Ho Iis halo and hearty a highly respected gentleman and the largest taxpayer in life township IThe city of Indianapolis has a negro x representative in the legislature Since he can scarcely write his name ho does not reflect much credit on Gen Harri sons city Those who aro contemplating leaving the mountains will do well to think long a ti and ponder well their location The way of a router in a rich country Is not unlike that of the transgressor The Hazel Green Academy is quite a J well known institution in this city The Christian church is the largest and most elegant tone structure in the church line in Indianapolis and all of its morn t bership it seems are conversant with the academy and its doing a Uncle Jim OHalr of Grcencatttlo Ind is In his 93rd year and Is up and about Tho pack saddle upon which he carried all his effects from Kentucky In an early day is still in his pveseesioe- He t i1i l has a son 72 years old and great grandchildren od enough to vQIeIBe t +w traveled over the west last summer brMt ioItdayis considered wealthy man Several r of his brothers and sisters lived to be 3 over 90 years ofage i L Feb ORoUSTABOUT J frn 1i1 I Waits Them to Pay Uj t 1i An ardent admirer of TUB HxxAift Yia who dont want to we Jtf go to tbeiiwall sends In the following linestThe man who for his paper paysh jWill learn the good of all lifes ways iCiHe wont be clawed wKk these that Mi u- vtiti corrupt 4 rl i r No that man has paid ila Writ ii its erfkattd paper eet yee kii ic 4k Thperjaa t lirrnaivNioowtltj It lspIt k x178f fi ri 11 Fr lALUt1PKNOEI1 COOPER Pub1sis I1A7KI OREGK I i t KY I A HERO J i JIo never honked the renter heldlathroat And choked him till he iuiucalcd Ho never ontnrfd a balloon To navlimtti thq nlrj iJJor Kxplorccl u Itojwrd Inlr lJJinever plunged Into tin flood To RIIVO n drowning maid Ho novcr cllmboil a snow elud peak Or faced n HntililiiK Itludo HO n vqr rrsoUMl from thu name A giiHiilntf Httlu child Ho IIinvar savt1s a tlioiidind lives From an utiKino runnlni wild Ile hover faced tho onnnons mouth IIhuqnohtntted Unhoedlnnly to horns JIo never eltupid a nutldciti fair And hold her foot at Imy Ho novor rlitUed his llfu to stop A frlihtiul fiiiiuwuy Jut thoiijih tho nklon bo dnrk nbovo And foitunu sccnm to frown TlioiiKh uvurythiriK upiioan to liuvu Combined in Keep lilm down Ho jiloda amok hlH WdutWay With hop still in his Invast Ho novor iitiiriniirs but In lust Content to do his best ClollulIIIullor i A- Thu CUttlOUS COULhK I vllhige Of K IIn one Of the qualntUHt little pluses Imaginable U UI HO Hiniill blind so out of the way that you would never lind it except by no uldunt Indeed It stands aparti In home lloldn absolutely concealed in a hol low old Is only approached on one tale by a footpath which in the winter is usually under water on another by u cart track of the rudest and roughest description Vlicn you do arrive there thu first object to tUrikc you U the church There Is something pleasing some thing grateful to the eye n this gray plain disproportion little structure It seems to tit Into its surroundings admirably the farmyard tilt cot lag to tin brookI lowing just below they rail It tho river there where every Ithing U on so reduced a settle tho ever present gcoftis anil Hhecp and cattle cull the perfect leelusloii nf surround lug pastures Nothing but green which ever way you look No houies except thu quaint littleI cluster round tin church no distant view everything shut In by tho slopon which skirt the valley a complete environment of cverlnstlng fiuliU 1 liaxe ween many knit li nrsls This IOU Ilying biglrl on nil sides by the farm homestead tiny Imll IVoi cut I ty I kept boded by iiiniiy eypriSKe anil weeping null where rurcelyoacu a year per Imps IN the ulniubefiiig moll ilbiturbed fUl1I new grave and where everything KpuakA of ilrcainy rcHtfulnesi this h mehn Ill IIC U iit till spot In which 3 myself would ooiut ehoo e to Ile- Unit I knew who now rcponcN Ithere a former rector the kindest heartiest paMortfhoko 11fifI lilm Alld now around him sheiw a little ohiHtur of his hornyhaiidcil fricndn A chuiebyardixthe pcaccfulncks kccms always iiiont profound It was this rectors nephew null sue etsb OItUl K huH been a family Ih hug any time this two tellllllhIIPIMtI to whom 1 am Indebted for the follow tug story He often walled out with inc when I went to paint and while smoking Innumerable pipes told me many Interesting local yarn 111111 o Ill howmer the feels of which hiu late Ily come under his own experience quite overtopped all tin others in Mrlklng nesH lull peculiarity Here It is sub Mantlally In my Informants word You boo that cottage over there1 he said pointing to a dismantledI hovel In the corner of the Held where 1 hail pitched my canvas I I noddedA remarkable history Is at tached to It he went on Not a legend but a fact Of this I can us sure you because 1 myself had n hand in finding It out It centers load n cur tain couple who lived there the most extraordinary old folk that 1 ever came iicrom 1 should like you to late been them I think you would have admitted uiglainclose nnd unfriendly During the 10 yours that they lived in that cottage they never once risked n neighbor 1 in utile Umphl Hermits Indeed I ob served Absolute hermit There wns how ever some slight excuse for their es chewing all outside company Kach suf fared frown n severe physical Infirmity lha woman wns nearly stone drub tho inn n was dumb Whim they first ctvtnu heroIS years ago now I think my tuicle who ilK you know was then rue tor tried td fluid out wish he could nbotit them lie only learned a little and that little wns nothing out of the Way It transpired that the nuts was nn exsailor of the royal navy who had lOst his speech utter n severe nttaekn- chow fever In tho West lather He j Vke MOW entitled to Ii petition which 4 he drew half yearly and which wy f to i 1 0 I anent fftV qnJylfcncvyfBbout PT Ma by the foci that the oliffeljpw had to come to him purl odically to gel liln papers signed Tho VOmurt wasJilB + sifter no she gave tliu neighbors to understand and HO alms might have been Inferred from n certain nmlly likeness which wan noticeable between them She wan a IIIUBI Illfa voted lung nhrlvellpd unkempt and dirty beyond description Although else then count have been nearer 70 than HO her lung tom Ie1 hair was still us black nK a coal aid hung In hideous iintldlnuHH nbont her havl lihc face whluh with Its dark eyes and Unhooked roboMchi was most uncommonly forbid pronouIICUdher gnsehcturposcly encouraged the Idea Jour her great aim and object was evidently to be left nlonc- Although leer brothers pension at no u n til if to about IN lid n day was ample to hccp two old fallen decently curd urea comfortably in that chcapeiit of neighborhoods thcxo two alwaysI gave thiu Impression of being half starved and I do not believe tint either of them purchased a new article of clothing thu wholu time they lived In It From this people began to Infer rhat they were miner and an time went on ninny Ifilings happened toNlrengthcn Ithu inference All along they had dis covered the greatest anxiety and up irchoiiHlon when anyone tried to gain ICCCBH to their hovel Indeed my uncle ins often told mi that thocxprcsslonot Ithe old peoples faces when he culled there anti one or other of them peered round thu chained door lit hint wish really lane comicalI In its suspicion repldatlon and the older they grew thu more pronounced did their prccau tloiiN to prevent outsiders entering he comiAtllrst they had sometimes venturedI to lock up their house cued make an ex cnrHlon together Into Ii lit named the ndjolnlng market town which I will not further pnrtlciilarlc lilt by and by they gave up such reck lessnessI entirely and whenever one of them went out the other alwayH re mained on guard at homo The preen lion was quite necessary AH IIh1 poor III the neighborhood worn by this thin1 fully convinced that there was sonic thing nuked about them and sons I in Itor for mllcH round woul have willinglyI crossed their threshold even if Ihi door hall been loft open Hut these old IIIIHItrM were altogether too suspicious to rciiKon anti seemed lo live in an everIncreasing fear of having their privacy invaded MyI undo aH he himself told me shortly before hisdeath was greatly exorcised abiuit bU two strange par ishioners Many vectors would have considered tlicninclvcs absolved of all obligations toward people who not merely newer attended church but re fused even to admit them clergyman Into their house when he culled HutI that was not my uncles way Ivory poor man who lived In his parish he held to be under bin pastoral protection dial he felt himself hound to look after his Interests In regard to these two old mixer however it was dillleult to know what was tIll kindest coumc To let them Ihu on in their present half starved condition nnd In that fearlullv iiiMinltnry hovel undisturbed IMVII oil no real kindlier And yet he wan loath to sot the parish or the winltary ollloor rpou their track lie held scryklt1ng IlV to the opinion that an Kngllshinans house even If it btlllnlhllllllltttlIlhllll a pigsty is his castle and III bin heart by no means approved of tin wide com pulsory power then lately given to the local nutliorltictt- Hoslds after all what could ouch authorities do Compel them to evacu ate their miserable shanty no tit uht lint thu old people would then hiinply change their local habitation not their mode of life And as regards sinning thciiihclvcs nut all the hoards of guard funs In Somerset could make people eat who did nut choose to do no It was pos sable Indeed that they might be r ciMcally found of unsound mind and In that cane they could be removed to tilt workhouse Inllrmary or the county asylum Hut even supposing that feasi till It was n course from which my un ell shrank And the outcome of it all Sun that he let things remain in state quoI When 1 succeeded him here 1 went to call now and then on the old peo ple meeting however with the same treatment that my uncle hind always experienced Sometimes they would nut upon the door at all at others they did HO with the slain up null conversed with me through a narrow aperture In reply to my Inquiries whether I could do anything or give them tiny assistance 1 always hail a negative returned until at last I gave up trying to miiko head way In so hopeless a direction and left the two hermits pretty much to them selves The man came to me regularly every half year to get his pension papers signed and I took advantage of these opportunities to give him some friendly advice and to remonstrate with him on Ids folly In starving himself and wearing ueh inadequate clothing in the coldest weather At first 1 had made intuit present of some old coats trousers and flannel shirts lint I soon gave up unit for he never wore them nnd 1 formed the Impression that he had prob Inffact I ranked him one day what ho lint done with them nth 1I0onlloo1cIllIn lIng affected stupidity and made some L o unintelligible signs Despite his dumb unlsrJitllndthinpecially nnythjng connected wllh his pension papers It was only when he slid not wish to make himself under stood that his signs hind no meaning in them In this matter of coming to have his ills papers signed he wits as I I have raid always absolutely punctual On March SS and September 20 he appeared ot the rectory as regularly as clockwork taking Ill on the way to FT where he hUll to present his papers at the post nllicc 1 always looked rill him on the morning of those days and al ways took tot precaution to have my study window wide open The old man mind water Rail long been mutual strangers and the atmosphere which attended him was to May the least rather oppressive When lie was gone I added to my disinfectant precau tions with a strong pipe and I can as sure you tout the lnlllcml 1111 Iii my rank had to be called into requisition A sort of homoeopathy you see How ever this lIii by the way IIn was always us 1 have said punctual Iin comingI And when one Michaelmas lilyIt was just two years ago now came and went without Isis putting In 1111 appearance I at open remarked It as a very noticeable cir cumstance The next day 1 expectcfl him with opened WllldIlWllIcJ till next and thIIcxt but lie did not turn up At length after waiting a week I felt sure that he must he ill and went over to the shanty to Inquire I hammered at the door Vobody answered I hammered louder null louder with the stone result In the end au a but resort I tried It To my surprise it was unfastened 1 pushed It open tumid went in I cannot tell you what my feelings were aH I entered that miserable sty1 A more dismal forlorn and withal llltliy hovel loss surely never been In habited by humani beings There wa scarcely nut furniture TIlt wills WIle black sad covered withI cobwebs and simply alive wit creeping IIIMIIH and IlseI lloor well 1 wont attempt to Ill Mribu It I think you could cut tilt at mosphere with a knife co thick and InsullerisLilyfetid nayhesttreat into the open limit a low moan from the corner attracted me 1 looked and there 1511wI II sight at once loath sumo n11d hilt inhie Crouching against the wall upon the damp and moldy hoar Was a figure cov cued with an old sack 1 went nearer At list 1 could nut see which of the taunt waw Hut on looking closely 1 madi it out to lie the old woman She was almost naked except for the cov ering of the MIItIIIlItI one of her yel low arms which lay ex pored looked unspeakablyI lean and shriveled and weird I ulna Punt uel another point The hut igItMl1 lunch hair which had always struck me so about her was now be trayed as nut being her OWII It wits a wig half on and half olT at that mo ment giving her n fearfully grotesque appearance till clearly revealing her bold pate scantily fringed with a few wklsjiH of gray hair hcncuth What IM the nattier Are you HIV rptlkiaghlI I to be almost stout deaf She stared at me with daod sus picious Cyan flue laid nothing only moaning againI Are you ill I repented Another moan I11here Is your brnthorI1 shouted Mils lie left you mono V Slit looked laud at me I could see In her restless black eyes that this time she had caught till purport of my ques t ion Hrolher Tom she muttered Yes I roared Where Is hcl She looked at me very cunningly Her eyes seemed to wake uptind sparkle with an almost unnatural brightness Dont you Is mwshe gasped I shook my lend Well you shall hear hclIl on Fm just going the sinso way myself and Its no i d keeping secrets any longer lies dead IIhitdl Iexclaimed supposing that bar wits were wandering for I hind seen him at his hovel door less than a fortnight since When did hedieV Slit gave a low chuckle Fifteen year ago Now of coilrso I saw that she was raving Her hawklike eyes fixcd on my face in a most forbidding leer at once rend my thoughts o I aint mad Its the truth He died 15 year ago and 1 burled him bny self under yonder hearthstone Get them to dig it up and youll fluid his iKMJPl1As she spoke the lung clutched my sleeve and half raised herself by a su preme effort tier face wore a fiendish ly exultant grin Her whole expression was grotesque anti repulsive She leered Into my faeu with a look that 1 can never forget to Yes yes she isaW All lIuc1I1I true I hid it and no one knew ne- lwith n hideous chuckle Ive drord his pension myself for ISycarl dud ecru her brothers hOlies found there I asked tho rector in the course of n subsequent conversation on the subject Yes lIe hail been burled scarcely a couple of feet below the surface And In a hole in the chimney we found the I anlfoCr savingsmre ttatt5fI0 H11- Efoll1 and notes It un p1tid gvct to We- gover heat iPretsurq for 1t tr het pcnslon Out tit which they hUll n cheated It was n wonder thfat no rote found out the womans dual personality It was indeed HulllO one dreamed of suspecting Arid the woman must liave worked it very cunningly list lilt fcrcnce In her look with nnd without the black wig was quite remarkable Then her brothers dumbness was a feature In lien favor no quince of hi Ing found out by tit voice Of course to anyone who had till smallest KIIK plclon the w hole thIcigvonlI sonu have resealed Itself as plain IIH a plkcstatr Hut no suspicion existing I do not think that the real explanation was likely to cross anyones mind linen as a matter of fact it never dickIo11douItuthiT- EACUP SCIENCE A Him Pay lirniMimr I V tint You Alrfiulv KIHIW If you want to learn your fortune in the good old teacup way this Is how to doitThe tea In till sipped but a very few drops which serve to keep Ithegroimds ii circulation TIll rap Is whliled three times about Then turned into the Mincer soul turned three times iigaiii Tile fortune teller then wises tin rap curd begins reading The indications of fate art numerous A few of the most important are as fol lows The lover 1111111 or woman Is rep resented by the number of dots III which one figure stands separate 1 wo side by side menu an engagement vile three show marriage An offer of mar riage is shown by a kneeling llguie In the rap A group or groups of dots settled three In a row mean a prospect of acceptance 11lthont them the lower I has no rune Three large dots in the shape of a parallelogram should be watched These mean illness had news or loss of money Three large dots lu trl angular shape mean just the contrary good news good fortune and good health If you err waiting f1 a letter the fol lung flgns will tell you just what to ex peel Four dots in square form ttlIurI an important letter A dot within tho square or just outside means some thing in tho hotter which you will Iiito hear or something you will want to icoeivc an money Small Hakes within or near it indicate hind news III the epistle 1 Iff you wish for something with grunt fervor three dots in the form of a til iigle bid you hope The wish is about to curve true If you tent hoping tot or dreading a lung journey watch far n long line of tiny dots cMcndin half about the cup A group of dots nail figure near tho terminus of tin line indicates that you will be greeted by a mass meeting or a Mry large company of friends upon your arrivalI Very large dots In n line warn you that ninny trials stud dilliculticM inay lie expected If Ithese arc mixed with fine duty you will encounter disagreeable people and confusion Trarx to Is shed for one CHUMP or an other art represented by drops of tea In tin bottom of the cup A eK au rim to the cup means a quiet happy fort n nate and proxpcrous existence Jook out fur a leaf which folds over th rim This Indicates that you are likely to encounter soon Koniithlng which will prove available The difYcrcnt Mhnpns- of leaves Indicate respectively men women anil garments A long bard lent shows a mutt in the east Small ioltgItnIing stick hootsetc A woman Iis hull cated by a broader leaf of n paler shade Site is often distinguished by her wide skirts her bonnet parasol etc To ascertain whether or not these Iwc art friends or enemies examine the splice about them If It is Illld with troy dots mind flakex thickly settled they are hostile IIf the space he clear and no dotn nppear Immediately nlunit them they are friends 1 Philadelphia Iresa Hull unit Vrlln gainingI1w hat1Ithaddition of a few cocks uprightnllt1Jllmround and the boutshape with the sailor For bridesmaids the whole felt so called picture hints with + 0trlchmotpopular The fashion 1 itsfromrwide brimmed huts turningwith flowers suits svellbntnoti intoareupnenrlyltxIouivOIolDcmocrntlinked CIIUIIiSIn801luncl breathcrumbs hroIInlli tomatonauce usedItbutlcron tmem the day before using ItoIYegjjv v Ledger The liaurtans 1- 11 dsupnratewhen fro11ientlonedthe l runkC by t SaflTbocxpcnecn- fdlatornbills Keepjoarbla pure your digestion good by taklae HoodsSarsaparilla i a Tho n tIn tact tho Ono True Illood Pentair I Hoods pills totatrvllhrllapatU MOON l1 N K A recultar 1II1mltluafltt by 81jrCIn tin Voonllnlit I Three cases of moonbllnk occurred 1 on tilt Hrlthdi utenmahlp Acanthus 1 otherday i1 the HhorcK of Uatuvla faded from iewf foreotaSiherno land slgiitcd no vessel and cticoun torcd no storm Among the crew ore three ficnmen who during the tea JhlJj 1 result of that strange disease of tbe1 anlljOIIi bright moonlight night while the Acanthus was hteaming across the In lion ocuiui one of them finding his l crth In the forecastle too uncomforta 1 bly hot went out timid lay upon thet deck The mown IVIIH nearing her and shone nlinowt directly fulljj When the watch was changcd at night 1m was awakened nnd was horri 1tIJInjn1 J leis eyes were wide open fhe way at once diagnoKcd liB a IlIlInntiimoonbllnk and tlin captnin tioned his teen against ucbI risks When day began to brivk night began to ret urn and by sunrise he wild sit as well IIH If mint hir tsnal hall hapiKMied All of Ithat de tho cone formed the chief topli of iinwr Httlon sine when night cuiln uo more i nan determined to test time fTIt of time jriM n After a two bourn tiiri in tho full glare of time moon both iwv s were Jiwakened totally blind An onl r front the enptaln prevrnt4 d nay tart hr cv jierimcnflng in tint line during the rot of the voyage INTir HIMOX what is the luxury of wcMf Luxury of wool unit It m the s diamonds u Widow hum B when bet Irisband t ll11lBgo1IIj Srnnrs Iohi sometimes hrbitrs soteiscss j and sillTiUMH St Jilt utis OlllllwlI s brings acne 1 jHumi thing J I 11lhmlkl1iUlIte Draixo supper W1II1hI grin ICI netIput inoru ushus on your sld I vlllkll An IT certainly rtiivs IitI Si Itico Olu j1 thin Miistor Cure fur rliouiaatista Yot cans toll nn expert clparcitrI smoker L by tho way ho knuckn tho ashes oil his Ij cigarette Vaslihifton Democrat 1 Out into time uarkness iI Ii i What mother would turn her young fj daughter out alone unpro tected into the stonily nighti Yct many loving mot herA allow their daughters who arc just cola iiiff limbo the time of womanhood to proceed with out proper cate and advice nil un protected and abut Into the perils of this crit meal period YOUIIK women nt this time often suffer from irrfC ulnrity and weak ness which rosy afterward de clop into dan anlrxfillitheir- whole lives with wrclchedllellltI It Is a mother duty not to such natters m Hence but topromote her daughter womanly health mid regularity by every meansTheseailments are easily over judlcloulletreatmentIou uunlllatlmlR which doctor unlrorm11 laslut upon Dr 1ierccV Favorite Prejcrip Lion iis n positive specific for all diseases of the feminine organism regularitytotime ntfCcclltrtII It IJ time only medicine of its kind devised for thlll one purpose by- an educated experienced physician conlultIngSurgical institute of fulfalo NY Dr reputationIlls ItfdtenlJ thorourbkanIand Ilttpoverishee condition of the blood constipationDr1iercttion promptly and pltmnncntly They do not gripe DrucEisii sll them i j I t l A t I Jj- r t tI 9 f i B C 1 tISii I B vxk1 f- It 1- aa t t 1 I 1le I 1e It R iea t rIIIr etIIt IIi i rlebe 1 ut ty b di ofa 1k thtt he 11 ha I h re tl8iho ron ntt toIt of hItt nil goes I r f I1 rott1 tcb t t- rl uie let ii- III minnqtrII nqat O beff owm t med lb Ife til0nd be rit Itft e- nfirtk tai e Iflsf lib IS InrA rAc7 c7ef dros ostl1 i i1W to ineby mid Dffon aded edsta tgbon onP FARM PRODUCTSn heady Decline In Price Hhown What loc It Mciiu7- rho returns of tho department of agriculture for the mouth oj Decem ber relate chiefly to tho aeragC Yarns PIke of the various products of agri culture on the first day of the month rke products named are corn wheat ryer barley oats buckwheat Irish po acs leaf tobacco hay and cotton With the slpgl exception of wheat tuff prices of theo products arc lower than they were nt the corresponding period last year The prices glen for bfcjh years arc overage prices and while local conditions may affect some of tiff urteJcN mentioned the general rule- oqower prices holds good tile Hurry in wlient was pointed twith pride us a refutation of the theory of the silver men that wheat nap silver rose and fell together It is 1possible thattbVtheory was somewhat disjointed by tho rise in the price of tbcat but as a theorybreaker It wai not as great a success as some ardent admirers claimed He that as it may the cold facts remain that agricultural products yield less returns that they did a year ago Tho value to be placed on the deductions drawn trams such n condition of ulVnlrH depends very touch on who draws the deductions and tho motive governing him therein- A steady decllno in prices docs not And cannot be made to slow general prosperity An interlude in the downward slope in tho fnhape of a rise In sonic particular article demonstrate i nothing but the existence of a spccii lathe movement of not the slightest advantage to thin producer Does any rational person believe for an instant Unit the rise In wheat has benefited tlc tt hcntralser With few exceptions and they are distressingly few the grower of wheat hllH parted with i14 long ago That cereal could double in price and the grower or producer would not be u dollar better oil Speculators may make or lose money but the fann er like the bear in winter sucks his paws to allay hunger The other farm products treated of In the department report have nothing to relieve the dreary monotony There f1lIot even a misleading ripple of ex storyTitere lief for the farmer The greater purl of another year is before him ere he can hope to derive any benefits High prices ut this time would do him no good Next hummer is att early as he can hope for relief Whether or not b gets It Is u line large Held for specu lotion night now Is the time to go to work The long winter evenings ore on hand and the study of ways and means to tiller things is n profitable ngrlcultuial pursuit The why and the wherefore of the depression of prices of agricul IIIIIlIC1IItniiikt be some cause for it and n rem edy The cause Is first in order then the remedy and finally the application of the remedy The expected business revival should it come oil according to schedule is too late in tho season for the farmer What he wants is to make arrangements for good prices next year when ho will have something to sell If he needs legislation he should speak up He must do something and do it IIgricultl1rlllllld18try decline cannot continue without Ill aster The farmers friend should plunge into the breach Where is he Washington Post DUTY OF BIMETALLISTS To Sbtnil by McKlnlcy In 11111 Effort to Socuro liitittiutlonul Action There to nothing to bring u blush of url rlso to the uhcck of blmetulllsts in the news from Canton It ccms that Senutor Wolcott of Colorado called upon the presidentelect and learned that he favored the iproject of an Inter national conference looking to bimetal lism and WUH determined that the promises made to the people to that effect in the republican platform shunt II be curried out likelytonot surprising Is highly gratifying to all those who have the interests of the people at heart IIf we cannot secure in dependent bimetallism which would be n good thing for four years to conic that Js no reason whythe should not roll together strive for international hi sujctullism which would be a better thing when there is u prospect of sc curing that We may have our doubts about the possibility of success but wn should not cease working for It until every resource ban been exhausted nnd ve know absolutely that success is im possible f It is the duty of all bimetnlllsts with out distinction of politicalI party to lucid up Mnj MoKIulcys hands in the battle that IU about to begin and not only not tto place obstnclcs in his way but to aid him with every means In their power jjNr X Journal t 1111ttavorfofioternntlonal Vwill try to promote It shows that he Bcllevco bimetallism to be a better ays tem for this country than tho single rold standard Stick a via thereAt knta Constitution Of Court Values Decline t xVCpadacomplains of declining values rural property Canada Is trying to Clint OB the gold tandard DcnYW rQtS l I FREE SILVER RUIN Some of the Klnti here WhichvMexlco im Now I jIeotherand dohJarsare now bei pnveiteil In Mexico Thl will bcjv grievous disappointment as well asrk pcoPI1orpret etTorttocoW countttanlllllltsands of business men and largo mint hers of men on n salary voted ngnlnjt silver coinage under tho fear Inspired thedeclnrntJolIl colnngeJl1can1 tmt1nts u pleaslugI chase of Mexican railways by New York syndicates which are preparing 10 hpcnd millibntf of ddlhirs In extending and Improving the lines They are ut terly unable to understand why this capital lutes tho United States which recently refused to remonetlo sliver to seen investment in n country where silver is the single standard of value 1erhnps if they would rend an article published III the Chicago Tribune headed Mexico in a Prosperous Condi wilyUnitedment there After declaring that Mex leo Is in u projiprcous condition the Tribune goes on to say the revenue are exceeding the expenditure1 und the treasury will show a large surplus nt the end of the fiscal year Mnnufno turlng industries lire multiplying and llIIlIdIIIappears III a gold Ito paper and that tho Associated Tress dispatch from Sew York practically confirms tho statement it scents suite to assume the statement in regard to Mexicos pros patty Is true though possibly the faints showingIerluul4last election voted ngainst free sliver would like to hove some of that Mexi eau free sliver ruin brought across fhc line into the United States the qiji cago Dispatch thinks that about iO 000000 of our people would be quite willing to be Mcxlcnnlxcd by having our manufacturing industries multi plied and our nrgieiilture Iprofitably extended How would tthis free sil ver Mexican prosperity compare with Ue McKlnleyIIannn gold standard ar tide which has closed onehalf of our factories made agriculture unprofit able and compels our government to sell bonds every six or 12 months to meet current expenses Illinois Stnto lcgistcr I I ITHE MORTGAGOR Ii Iltylui mi ISxrrnnlvn Trlliuto to the lrhlhcll Claeeee I think It is fair to say writes a Ieoria la Stan III the Western Jlural that tot fistsl1s of the farms in this township are under mortgage sad tha the apparent owners arc paying from seven to eight percent interest on front SO to 100 per cent of the value of these Iarins while under existing conditloiiH it in practically Impossible to pay this interest to say nothing of the prin cipal AH a result of this condition the farmers in this locality lire thoroughly aroused and will watch the proceedings of congress with all intense Interest and vigilance We are satisfied that re lief cnn only come through an increased quantity of standard moneyIn other words the restoration of the bimetallic standard Wo are tired of paying an excessive tribute to the privileged classes We appreciate that money ii only tho medium of exchange hut we really pay this tribute In our products Our products are taken on n silver basis but we pay Interest on n gold basis This is what is ruining us We must get together and pursue n campaign of education Only by per 181Htent efforts can we work the necessary revolution If the Issue Is squarely presented It Is liberty vs practical slavery prosperity vs continual poverty and degradation The gold stand nrd menus poverty restoration of bl metallism prosperity BRYAN ON PROSPERITY fiayn It 11us1 HiKl with tho Farmer und niioarneIH- mptnlllntH have contended that liar times are duo mainly to tho rise In the iiurchnHlnK power of motley They have contended that prosperity must begin with tho farmer und laborer and afterward reach the commercial classes Tho rcpub Ilcane lavo promlllld to restore normal conditions without Increasing tho volume or currency What they may do hereafter remains to lie seen hut It le evident that they have thus fur fulled to bring relief to the people So spoke William 1 Bryan nt the han quet tendered to him by the Traveling Mens IJlmctallie club of Lincoln Neb He showed the bad condition of trade by quotations from Duos Review to Hhow that confidence hind not been re stored or If restored hind not restored prosperity lhere was ua need of aiuy such proof But the main truth which tho people must learn rand remember Is flint prosperity must begin with the farmer and wageearner When they prosper nil prosper The wuy to build 8- beuse Is to begin with the foundation rpt with time roof WufTololJmeB The Financier Opportunity It is high time something waa done Utabollifc the 83ceat bank IwetNY Journal TRUSTS AND PROTECTION The Star Feature of the Proponed Ilepub llcan Tariff Law Tho Buiralo Courier quotes Senator Sherman as saying once upon u time to the body of which ho IB a distin guished nu mberIrhe primary object of a protective tariff IH to invite the fullest competition by Individuals anti productionIf bine to advance the price of the Do mestic product anti to prevent the free result of open nnd fair competition I would without n moments hesitation reduce the duties on foreign goods cpm poling with them In order to breakdown the combination Whenever free competition in evaded or avoided by combinations of Individuals or corpora Lions the duty should bo reduced and proflqllybeinvitedh portunity for putting Mils principle to a practical test will soon IMS presented to Senator Sherman and the republican lenders and it oaks What will they do about It lie pnblie was treated tint long ngo to an exploitation of the theory that there is nothing In the protective pol icy to nudes it helpful to the trusts and that the republican parly could therefore provide no tariff tint would invite condemnation on the ground that It muttered to monopolistic cbmbfna tioiiH Senator Sherman Mulent to hold a very different opinion on this subject however and the senator is a man whose opinions art regarded by republicans as amounting to HOIIIC tliing Mrl Sherman undcrHtnndtt how easy it Is for the trusts to use the pro teethe system to their exclusive nd Mintage and ho has let Ithe known that when they loin use it ho would put a spoke in their wheel by reducing time protection under which theyoperate Ho explained that this reduction would have the effect of letting In foreign competition against which till trusts are practically hoiplesn A great deal was sold during till late eamMilgn shout Maj McKinleyH si lence on the subject of trusts but all the talk that was indulged in did not have the effect of Inducing tho major to break that sHoneo Chairman Ding ley now says that protection will bo tie star feature of the proposed tariff law In relation to which hearings have be gun to be given to Interested parties In view of one thing and another It Is probably reasonable to expect that tie trusts will be competently represented at those hearings and that they will make a powerful plea tar the kind of protection they can use to advantage in their business And still returning prosperity lags IIInluimtn N Y Lender MR BRYANS RETIREMENT AlotlvfM of HlodwUy uiiil Miuiltnri- iIrnmpttil the Move According to u dispatch from Omaha Mr Uryan had good and ml1lla lIt cause to cancel his contract and withdraw I from the lecture course which had been announced It apinars that Mr llrynn wanted his lour to llx maim ducted with the greatest modesty the advertising in the newspapers std by bill posters to be of the most unostenta thus description Indeed this hall been stipulated In the contract but when Mr llrynn arrived In Atlanta hew ns horrified to find that his ideas of simplicity and dignity were fur re moved from those of the syndicate which hind charge of his tour It is to lo inferred from the Omaha dispatch that the posters announcing tin lecture were of the same retiring modesty which eharnoteried the mammoth sheets of ninny colors with which the Hniiiia Hyndieate announced Ihn Advance Agent of Prosperity on the walls of mull the towns of the coun try last summer a kind of flaming circus pavtet style When MrI Uryan saw himself thus pictured In all the colors of the rainbow standing In u group with Washington and Lincoln ornamented with flaming eagle and K IMurlbns tnnm In gaudy colored letters he realized that Iho tumid been tiilsuKcd and that tit syndicate in tended to force him Into n vulgar no torietyt and keep him there as long as It paid And although ho was received by the j oople with Immense enthusi asm and greeted by an audience limn lied only by the capacity of the hall he decided he could not in justice to Luis sense of propriety acquiesce In the stylo of advertising adopted It is to Mr Itryanfl credit tthat ho nt once dissolved his relations with his malingers re turned to them the Hum of 10000 which he hud lumen paid In advance for ten Ice tures nnd retired from the compact with his managers with his dignity and celfrespeet In his own keeping and not at the mercy of n syndicate which was peculating on his reputation Illinois State Ifegister Ilcvitdon of the tariff In a very nol cmn business Nobody can guess where tariff tinkering is going to lend to when the business in taken up Already there arc Indications that the gentlemen who have been Invited to make themselves heard before the committee on ways and means have more thoughtof higher prices for their goods than of revenue necessltlc and general bush J ad vancement Cincinnati Enquirer March 4 next will be a very Im portant occasion Mark Hanna will be Inducted into once on that date Chlcarro Jlecord flniU FACTS AGAINST PROTECTION Republicans In Farorof a License to toll the Consumer Kcrrctnry Carlisle In his annual report states the proposition that a large and continuous export of a particular class of articles proves nn ability tt manufacture as cheaply as any foreign competing nation There Is no denying the truth of this proposition Manufacturers of cotton goods for instance may export nt a loss for one year or stay be two years in order td prevent a breakdown In homo high tariff prices nut they will not go on exporting nt a losd nay great length of time Ilathcr than make a sacrifice continuously they will curtail production Therefore the fact of con tinued amid Increasing exportations eon elusl ely proven the ability of our mail ufncturvrH to unit the home market without the help of congress Tho fact Is proof conclusive tint tarllt protection upon an article which fa largely continuously nUll Increasingly exported U merely u device which en ables an American manufacturer to extort more from his own countrymen than he Is perfectly willing to accept from tho people of other countries the feet of continuous exportation in OMMI eompetltionngalnstantwufneturers- the world over Is proof conclusive ex tortion and an abominable wrong of which deluded nnd too compliant Amer icans mire time victims Here Iin a case in point The pro dimmers of pig Iron In Alabama fire ship plug large qunntltleH to Liverpool They do nut pretend that they mire shipping u at a loss The fact that they are doing this business proves that they mire attic to compete against the world Itprovci that tilt duty on pig iron enables them to got from their own countrymen more than they are glad to take from Kngllsh menThere can bo no excuse for the pro tection of an Industry which demon St rates Its abundant ability to mike earn of Itself by selling Its product in the worlds market where It humus no protec lou Mr Dlngioys committee can fluid no reasonable excuse for Increasing thu duty Oil pig iron or Iron ore or Iron in any of UN more advanced form And what is true of Iiron is true of other thing Thoro nun bo found no reasonable excuse for compelling con sumers of woolen goods or crockery or glass or lumberI to pay higher prices for those things Time producers eau com Mto ngaiiiHt all the world not In spite of the high wagoH they pay limit because they get shore product fur every dollar of wngoH they pay than any other pro ducer of like articles III time world Those who clamor for tunic protection clamor for nothing but license to rob Chicago Chronicle PROTECTING FAVORITES lli pulllcaii MnthoiU of Tutting Cum of CupllulUU Iit Is not at mull Htirprlslng to learn that most of till men who appear before the ways and menus committee to make rec ommendations respecting tilt tariff are asking higher rates of protection for their own Individual interests This Is what various manufacturers std pro ducers have been doing over since con gross began to grope with the tariff question The spectacle is nn whit more tol crublo than It was years ago how ever and gives an extremely unpleasant suggestion as to why Home men lucre so asslduoiiHly worked for II congress easi ly disposed to a general hgh plane of tariff duties Soma of the articles for which protection IH asked aro so free from foreign competition tint tho re quests arc bald Impudence Yet they arc heard nnd to some extent at least heeded If the leadern In tho house and tutu members of till ways and moans sold mittee are sincerely devoted to ttheir party to say nothing of the lairs of their country they will accord scant satisfaction to the demands of selfish ness the elections of the last eight years here shown how quick the Amer ican people can be In rebuking un pntriot legislation Unjustifiable II pro teethe schedules will bo quickly de tected and their authorn held to HO vcro account Tho republican leaders In the house should take fair warn ing that if the forthcoming tariff noels urcH savor of favoritism to special Interests the new tariff will merely pro voice another perloll of agitation and prove n stumbling block to the repub licans who may want to get back to alnico later on Chicago Itecord Inil POINTS AND OPINIONS The republicans are determined to tones the currency out of the hands of the peoplelKansas City TimoH If Maj MeKlnley were subject to tho usualI conditions which affect ad vance agents ho would have to count tho tics Washington Stlailislteiullhlle The ways and mentis committee Stay go ahead with HH tariff hearings but those interests which expect to bo favored In tutu new law will do well to set Mr Hanna Wi soon aa possible Washington Post So long an the republican party cat stand for protection and ntlll win victories we shall have such spectaclesi an that now disgracing tho republic at Washington There Jfa no cure for the robbery and scandal short of repub lican detest for protection kai come tq be Jrglrnsir Hynonymc for republicanismN yoI J i I fil Mo r re I 00 PERSONAL AND IMFIErtlQNAU nojiJhl8i hera t jll i in to begin In Itoumunla She linn added to IUl repertory plec lP11PIahJ1JfGr vice nnd Olncosa rRijUtlrett llcilj3I a Pathbr 1otldlrnI NIlaJfa41I ftI for use htt new nG I itltCeNt olio otmhlstlr cat edral8 he oiEiitlay t iemoateminenteoloreeltinhol iMtt profe sbr4bf theology at Oammou xml Mrslty Atlanta He was born In New Orlennnsibyf lYAsalttentedat th north nnd holds the degree of IMi D Signor Giordano tho tonipdscV of Andrea ChcnlorwnnI married recently to Slgnorhm Spatx daughter of a rich hotel keeper of Mlldn King Humbert sent him the Order qf tho Crown ot nlo pretented ed fan Samuel Reynolds of Lawrence Kan huts n wonderful nppje ties onjihi place It Is n Vnmllver pippin apple tree It twos planted 40 years ago is now 13 feet in circumference of trunk and tits boughs hang 50 feet away from the trunk each way The tree bears In pro portion to Its a c- An oystershucking context bo twcen Thomas King of Halt I more Md nnd James Brown of Norfolk Vn for the championship of tho District of Co lumbia took place In Washington be lure n large crowd Two hundred neleet oysters were laid on a platform before each contestant amid they began at tr signal given by Col It H Key Tin contest united la minutes The purse wan 100 ThomiiH King iron leading frown by ten oysters In the IS min rtes ON THE MEMORY An tsoutlul Klaiiimtt hi All Our llrllllMiit Uulltlc s Who does not know that to succeed In any task In any occupation in any nrt we are secretly aided by nom whom wn have seen ucctMsfiil therein ThcHt live in our memory amid an InwplratloiiH lit times dangerous hilt often fruitful An orator carries In hlniHelf the recol lect IOIIH of another orator who once roused his cnthusinhtnt Comcdlansaru haunted by certain glorious exantpliJ which lnsilro them every one of tin In his dally conduct secretly takes hit bearing from Home Ideal real und seductive that he lists sontetlnic mot with InilncnccH felt In youth are the most powerful and the jnost thimble Sometime three or four personal I tics that wo then admired accompany us nil our lives ruling In our memories In certain circumstances we see them mine out of the darkness and net be fore IIM tumid nt certain moments it HCCIUS to us that these men H enk lit us that they mire really present In us that wo are only one wllh them that we ave they Indeed into nil our most brilliant qualities the lunetloiiH of tho memory mutter ah an essentiallclement These functions are much more precloiwthan we generally believe 1 should like to prove now that It IIn they which form tIlt accuracy of the mind It Is clear that In ordcp to judge w U always rest upon our recollections It IH an axiom of common HOIIKC tint In order to ripen the judgment experience IK ncccunary Our opinions our convictions our the cries huvo value only from the ex plrh lIeu that they sum up When i put forth nn opinion on life on men on women on art tint opinion line no intercut unless it in bawdt on exaol memories of particular cases clearly oh served If I assert at random my nsncr lion mummy bo correct just nA one tummy hit tutu target if ho tires with his eyes shut hut this inns no value Our practical judgments especially our judgments an to the conduct to be chosen In n cer tnln case mire worth just the amount of experience they stand for my resolu theft Is the wiser according an I hnvo before my mind the consequences of Hlmllnr resolutions Cnmllle Mellnand In Cliautnuquan A DORH Jlniirnlnir Tho incredulity of those who Icily tho existence of n sentiment of Intelligent friendship among anlmnl would havu received n rude shock on witnessing n spectacle observable in the North dim vision of Chicago on n recent date Dwellers in n certain locality hind hi4 corm familiar with tho unties of two utmill dogs which dully sought the coin pony of each other amid frolicked up and down the street arid around tho corners In the midst of their play one was killed under the wheels of n palm Jug wagon For nearly two days tho form of the dead one lay where It won stricken down nnd tho surviving com t panlon clung closely to the spot noyv ail then moaning and fitfully licking tho face of tho lost partner Neither threats nor persuasion could move him Throughout the night his vigil lusted mid when the rubbish wagon gathered up tho puny remains tIll next day the watcher trotted on after it until driven off when his grief nnd resentment were really pathetic To 4nd fro since then has the forlorn little animal wandered about the same spottheveryplotureol- wretchednessImutwnse Journal lied Vrevml It J Clarence she sighed roniantindlly do something true HOHiethlHjf brave ftomethlng heroic to Iroveyourlovte for melWell he HHiwered Ir JyI1ioffer to wlsrryyotdAtthwsaw t t i j j ii fhfiu r t I i t ft fI I I a l I i Itm 1 IE 4 sii ILf p- Ljk 0 i P fIE HERALD 11F Ft Ka w a IMler III HAZEL GREEN KY IiTHUItSDAYFob 11 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Cent Atteraey ei Maria We are authorized to nanounoe WALTER fl Knsiuit ai a candidate for the office of County Attorney or Morgan county subject to the action of the Democratic party HON THOS Y FITZPATRICK cone fressmanelcct from this district big ap pointed W Preaten Norris formerly a citizen of Richmond but now living atI Jackson as his private secretary JOMH GJESEX a German citizen of St Louis took an old horse away from a crowd of boys in St Louis last week and killed it for food He WAS out of work and he his wife and four children wero starving to death None of the family had eaten a bite for three days i s SPEAKING of the coming session of the legislature nod the appointment of a United States senator from Kentucky Goy Bradley few days since raid to a reporter If anybody says I have set tled on any man for appointment they know moro than I I have told no man that I would appoint Wood or anyone elecTut latest diagnosis of the poet and present times politically speaking was given the other day by nn IriRhmnn Said heliTho times in the devils own t widout a doubt Before the diction itI was bad enough God knows when ycz talked altogithcr about leaping the pari tee wid saxtccn to one now Iwgorra it hoi conic to nothing to ate and phcro it will go from there the divil biunt warn edus 1 OUR old friend Jack Wilson formerly connected with H111 A iu office but now editor and publisher of the Log Cabin at Cvnthinnn IIan applicant for tbo position of postmaster at that place and if his friends hero can be of service to him ho will secure the plum Everybody likes Jack and there is not in Kentucky n more deserving young Republican Wo hope hell get all he wants 1 WM J URYAX in an niter dinner speech at Chicago recentlyHuiid Let me call attention to another workwhich clubs can do They can encourage the support of those newspapers which nre opposed to the gold standard No newspaper can long exist without readers and unless the advocates of free coinage are willing to support the newspapers which represent their ideas thrmust expect to bo without newspapers it TilE city of New York only last week recorded a caio whero a starving man deliberately threw a rock through 75 plate glass window and calmly awaited bis arrest by the police saying that he had had no food for three days and night and dId the deed that ho might be arrested confined and thus find the comforts that ho could not otherwise obtain Can any one depict a situation more distressing or deplorable than where an able bodied man is forced to break the laws of the land that be may get bread to sustain life raTHE BradleyMartin wedding nuptial- In New York will bo celebrated by a dianer and dance to cost 240000 How much better would it bo for the heart Icea bordo interested in that affair to forego the anticipated pleasure in con nection therewith and devote that money to the purchase of food and fuel for the deserving poor who are always with them but never before in such dire distress Ob God bast Thou no to touch tbo hearth of such people an make them see their duty to their un fprtunato brothers in distress Waste i laakea want and those people should realize that it may come to them in time unless they do their duty which IIsI plain IIIWHILE swnoy is a very scarce articleI 1 ikBMtioa of the couatry fir plyI tot wueh very waefe to to Uwakfal JUr IB tWkrjo chin tbmuMHfa tt yo- t citizens are absolutely destitute of the necessaries of life ID the city of Now York alone 51 families were thrown out of their homes on the 3d Inst for none payment of rent and but for the chart tably disposed people In tboae places the death record from starvation would be appalling Hero we are deprived of the luxuries of life but have hog nnd home lay sufficient to sustain all and no case of starvation has ever been heard of nor Iis there in this land a solitary citizen so sordid as to evict an unfortunate one for nonpayaaent of rent in such times 01DISPATCHES from Salyersville state that Grant Arnett anda confederate entered the room of Judge David B Redwine In the Prater House at that place on the night of the fourth inst and attempted to assassinate the Judge Arnett said to Judge Rcdwinc I used to think you were my friend but I do not now The Judge asked him to sit down and be quiet when Arnett said Things lure to be different and blood has to flow drawing bin pistol nnd pre renting it at him Morgan Salyera got between them and the judge escaped Arnett was subsequently arrested and placed under a henry bond to keep the place but toe excitement was intcnic and the people very indignant The trouble came about over n ruling the I Judge bad mado in a case in which Ar I nett was concerned Since Judge Red wine has been in charge of the courts of t this district this is we believe the first j time he was ever threatened with assault 1 for his fictions on the bench And all who have watched him in his official ca pacify will bear witness that ho is as fair in his rulings and decisions as it is possible for mortal man to be And these qualities coupled with his popu larRy with the people will again make him the presiding judge in this dUtrirt I History fails to record that we ever had a better one MORGAN COUNTY Maytown Missiles Mr Editor We are truly glad toI know that the Democratic convention in yonr town on the Gth inst was so liar monious and that our friend and neigh bor Ana B 1icratt was the unanimous choice of the list legislative district to represent us in the House of representa tires Why is It that the gold bug Dem ocrats arc continually talking about re organizing the Democratic party 1 We thinkour party in this legislative dis trict is already organized nnd well or ganized too All the gold bug Demo crats have to do Iis to come back home like the prodigal son and ask forgiveness fur the sin they committed that of de feating the party in its hour of need Had the leaders stood by the Chicago platform Mr Bryan would have been president instead of Mr McKinley and these same leaders of the bolters we mean might after the 4th of March had a government teat thrust between their lips from which they would be able to draw much nourishment But as it is they will have to stand aside and see the McKinley boys do the milking for the next four years See For the benefit of the finance committee we would jut say this branch needs nothing we arc already solid for Asa B Ficrult and all we can say for the other candidates tho woods arc full ofem Henry Ward a prosperous farmer near town has been losing tobacco out of his barn A short time since some poison or persons in getting down the tobacco lost a McKinley nnd Uobart pin which the owner can got by proving property and givingTilE HERALD man five poundsI of good smoking tobacco for this notice Bro Hull says a Democrat could have got the tobacco and left the pin thereI for a blind Certainly he could have gut the tobacco but pray tell its how h got the McKinley pin No Democrat here has ever been so lucky as to get ohf March Henry says if that is the protection promised us ho wants no more Miss Lillian Patrick secretary of tho Mountain mission requests us to uy that on tbo 27th day of June Children- day there will be given n cash prize of 5 to tho Maywn Sunday school or to those under 20 years of Age as fol lows For the best recitation 2 sec tlond8126 third 11 fourth 75 cents Rev F Agar donated the money W P Sample fell on the icu last week and was indoors for a few days but 1 is out agate Aunt Peggy Bolin is very sick Feb 9 WINGLESS Jamta JlxflM Aunt Reefer Caakeyjs very sick at tils writiag- Ltgta Wife of LM City vtfUd tto family if JMMOUMU la- stL1 ncvfc k Thomas GUIaspie of Torrent Is visit Ing friends and relatives near Daysboro Revs Jeff and John Brewer attended meeting at Clif ty Saturday and Sunday Richard Wells and family returned Friday from an extended visit at Win chesterSammy Bailey who has been In the west for the past year returned home and says none is so dear to him as old KentuckyProf W Barker commenced a writing school at the Caikey schoolhouse Monday Isora Long of Scalars left Tuesday for St Louis Mo where he will spend a few days on business Feb 8 F A CoBJOlttlea Chat James Taylor bas rented land of C C GilUspie and has begun to move The Drake is almost dead and can hardly flop La grippe is bad medicine Henry Walters of Blackwater brother of Seborn and Mack is dangerously ill R D Motley J M Nickell and J W Motley left for Pike county lidyw- ith some mules to trade for cattle Ida May Blankenkhip the 4 year old daughter of A J Blankenship hss taken the premium for patchwork She liar 40 squares set up She threads her own needle and says she had rather sew than eatWhile W H Blankensbip was awny from home last Thursday night some thief broke into four of his bee hives but got the honey from only one of them The community would be better off without such cattle Feb 9 TilE DRAKE BREATHITT COUNTY Jackson Jottings We had no mail on Thursday night owing to an ice tide J Taylor Day of Hazel Green was in our city a few days age G W Drake U S deputy marshal was in our midst last week T T Cope attorney for Breathitt county is a candidate for reelection Our efficient town marshal J C Run yam who was appointed some time ago is giving perfect satisfaction Candidates are becoming numerous in this county nnd from tho outlook there will be the warmest primary ever held inBreathittCharles of Tetts creek was In town Monday shaking bUilds with his many friends Charles is u candidate for sheriff of this county There are about nine applicants for the Jackson post office and inasmuch as wo are to have a Republican either will do as they are all nice gentleman The Biggs Pump Company of this place has renewed its lease on the plant owned by Hegg Combs and it will continue hai work for three years longer B H McQuinn of Rousseau will move to town in a few days in order to give his children the advantage ot attending the Jackson Collegiate Institute Commissioner J B Marcuma office has been well filled for tho past week with those who have violated the whisky laws and were brought before him for au examining trial- S E Vaughan photogruper at this this place is contemplating going to Hazel Green in a few weeks to work at his profession Mr Vaughan is a nice gentleman and we wish him success A great many working men of tbii community are outof employment the lumber mills have been compelled to shut down on account of the scarcity ol logs but as we are having a big tide the booms will all be well filled Our fellow townsman Col T MMor row editor of the Jackson Hustler gave an interesting article on tho Future olf Breathitt County in last weeks issue eThe colonel is a polished gentleman and an excellent newspaper man News reached reached here Saturday morning that Judge D B Rcdwinc ol this place who is holding circuit court escapeIfrom being assassinated on Thursday night A murder case had come up be ansit is supposed that the friends of the man who was being tried became inccns ed at the judge in regard to his rulings and on Thursday night a man entered his room pistol in hand and it is stated would have taken his life bad not a friend been present and exposed his own person in stepping between tho two moo and while the would be assassin was par laying with this friend Judge Bedwinc very fortunately escaped through back door The sheriff and a posse were lav Mediately summoned but the intradei titled the e8c rs aad would set be ar rested Feh f HiJiuc JS ii A We are BADLY OVERSTOCKED a In Every Department The Extreme Mild Weather Warm Winter is the Causeandii j 200100off tUJ JIt J NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES This is the chance of your life 3 I Honesttgenuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fe fine NeverRip Corduroy Pants price 400 now 350 1 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy former price 125 now pants1Our Best Jeans Pants 1 former price 125 now 75c n Best Line ofOvercoats in tie Oily Best Line of nisleis nme Blla n A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS 1j GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY I LEXINGTON KY ROSEckDAVISOP- RACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WACON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY jnE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS IIand tho Best Material and Guarantee Sud rlc ion Call and get our prices when you need anything of the kind give nio your order PatronizeI Homo People get only Honest Work and bo Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being au artist in his specialty and your work Is respectfully solicited TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY CAPITAL 200000 IjSunnus 30000 0 J M BI08TAFF President PresidenteW W THOMSON Cashier 0Wo respectfully solicit the buiine in of mer mendthroughout Kentucky A i general bunking business done Give us a chance to tend you a bank book tay your checks and loan you money when in need W W THOMPSON Cnhicr I DINGFELDERWITH Jmj RobisoltJort01t GO Importers and Jobbers oi DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS NM 587 689 and 641s rWest Main Street LOUISVILLE KY I I IWORMSWHITES QUALITYr VERMIFUCEFORI Has rod all WORM RemediesE- VERY BOTTLE 6UARANTEED GOLD BY ALL DTZVUOIITLa 1 HiciunnioK airtfuxi co s ST tern HB MATJPIN REED PEEBLES Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS a AC PORTSMOUTH OHIO J THE HERALD IS THEMEF T ADVERTIBINGNfir 11- I t- tt in c 1 r 1 to i i ii ii jj j i I i rr ir rr Ir iI flr t I a i r 0f r f I I 1 J mE HERALD Hizil Own Hiarsays HappiRiflgs I 00 Rev Taylor South will preach at Days boro Sunday Curtis QuiclcBall made a flying trip to Campton Monday W T Swango is buying cattle for thhlit Sterling market If you have no money bring in horn o some corn to acttlo for that subscription YOU owe us Goo Doan representing a Louinrillo house was R guest of the Day House Sunday night Howard James of tbU place is quite sick but we are not informed as to the nature of his disease S M Tyler who has been laid up with n smashed foot for several days was in town Monday Dr Nickcll reports the birth of n boy baby to tho wife of Morgan Spencer o Gillmore on Monday A Mr King representing tho Knnkin Snyder hardware house was a guest off the Day House Tuesday Quito a crowlof young people from here attended meeting at Ezelon Sun day to hear Elder Tincley preach Wm II Cords topics for sermons on Sunday are Christian Boldness at 11 a m and The Modern Felix at 7 pm Elder Pieratt and wife who have been vlsi ting their daughter Mrs Grant Thomas of St Helens returned home Sunday Miss Mallio James of this place isI visiting friends in Lexington among them the families of John Adams and Thomas Combs Dr Nickell1 has moved to the Henry Pieratt properly on tho bit adjoining the residence of Dr Tnulbcc where heI is ready to answer all cull Win II Deliusk preached nt t Christian church last Sunday in the ab sate of W II Cord Ilia cflbrt has been very highly commended Mrs Joe Rose who has been sick f two months past is said to be much better and hopes are entertained tbnt she willsoon be able to get about Between 0000 and 0000 logs parse down Red river on the tide of Saturday and Sunday a large majority of them being the property of 11 DIY Henry Pieratt is having n nice stone curbing erected along the front of hit Main street residence property prepara tory to building an elegant sidewalk Mr Stuart representing Cincinnati clothing house stopped over at tho Day Housa Tuesday A Mr Wood selling china ware was also a guest at the tame time The embargo on our mull was raised last Friday and some GOO or 800 pounds of newspapers and third class mail was received at the Hazel Green postoffice on that day A private letter to W1 Wallis states that John E Moodia of Hreathitt county is the proud father of twin baby gir Ida and Maud Dr G M Center at tending physician Dr Tatilbco reports the illness of two daughter of George Clark of Clarks branch and Mason Ingram of mack water All three have fever Also Mrs Crockett Coldiron who has bctni crania and Howard James who h fever Miss Bertie Wilson whose illness has been previously mentioned in these colI umns was considered to be at the point of death Tuesday night Indeed It was thought she could not survive the nightII but she rallied and was some better on Wednesday morning When your throat feels raw and rough as if you lend swallowed pieco of sand piper nothing gives such prompt and effectual relief as Dr Hells Pine T Honey A wonderful remedy for cold coughs and bronchial affections Pleas ant to the taste never tailing in reiult Get a bottle todayIQuite n number of our citizens attended the protracted meeting at Ezel en last Saturday and Sunday W H Cord went down on Friday afternoon and remained till Sunday afternoon Whilo there were not many acceseloni during the meeting hold by Elder Tin 1- itsl at Ezel yet much good baa beeDII done In the name of Christ Bro Tt- siey n I endeared himself to the people of Uwt GOlIlauolt1fa I 6 f In a case tried beforbSqulre Sebattlan of soldtofollowing verdict We theL reetthatofthecue we will setch SquireSebastian acceptsuchattoraerontheI other side Would pay half the cost thati withdraw andt tho case was dismissed I tblastbring suit for the subscription duo us and we woof to say right here that we shall do resortButmoney pay s creditorbring The many friends of Undo Jim Nick ell who was recently sent to tho Eastern Asylum at Lexington will be glad to learn that he is rapidly improving Drl Tickfell able to return home by the first of March WOLFE GOUMTT CurrencyCampion of th public while she recites her troubles A Floyd Byrd has gone to Missourii on legal business W W Mnnker was in town a fow days ago shaking hands with his old friends anti acquaintances Henry Sword of Flat after an absence of several days isi again able to fill his jplace at the new academy III The little daughter of James and Rosa Reynolds died on the Uh inst Thi bo traced ones have the sympathy of ths community Rev Tom Hornsby who was conduct iing the revival services at this place surrendered the meeting Into tho hands of Bros Parsons and McQuinn who are still besieging the castle of sin toIn the suit of n S Rose against H B Moore Co pending in the Powell circuit court the plaintiff Rose has been taking depositions fur several days before e reprorrented by A II Stamper and Moore b J C Lykins This suit involves a con siderable amount of money godt ivy side of life and the usually calm atmos phere of Campion was unusually disturbed by some loud and boisterous Ian guagc Curt Lykins and Millard Sutton became involved in a difficulty in which a pistol was drawn but no execution was done They were promptly arrested tried and convicted Mr Sutton pv given 25 and 10 days in jail and Mr Lykins was given k50 and costs Tl same day John Tutt and Mann Kelley had an unfriendly controversy which ended with the use of u knife with which Kelley Wild slightly wounded Oil when will boys Itarn the import of the golden rule I When will they learn to spurn the stuff that makes a boy a fool Feb 9 SrocuM tL Co Tollver Tonics listIsMrs B F Boling is very sick with feverM F Mnnnin was the guest of h best girl Sunday Curtis Swnngo of Swango springs w visiting in these parts Sunday gueasst of Miss Lou Catron ant Sunday A new store is being built on Greasy creek The name of the firm is Wells Lyons Pioratt R Co Quite a number of the young folks of Tolivcr attended church on the Big branch Sunday and all enjoyed their muddy ride Tho man who elicits the printer Out 61 anything at all Will never get to heaven nut from grace will purely fall arFeb 9filttsrltFlat Fllifi After a long silence I again hand you few items for TilE HEKALD Died on the 28th inat a child of Bar tikes King of Bloody creek W B Vanclcavo is confined to his room with a lame foot An accident policy the principal cause J N Sword came near getting t horsed on the night of tho 27th init He Informs us that it Is colder putting out a fire than starting one Your correspondent is just recove i rom a pretty severe care of measles nor f JL f I ENGLISH ITCHEN 11 12 Wa HORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Moale 26 cents Meal to order at all hnnr 110 A m to 3 p m Supper from 6 to g n m Oysters Lamb Fish and Chicken Specialty IS JkaVI1AB rt IlSttl lm rriJI has he been by himself Nearly every body in this neck o woods has them now or Iis just recovering from them Miss Maggie Sbackeiford our highly Republicacandidate thatIgrand old Scottishair liTho Campbell are coming M M Shackelford has happened tto two very serious and painfulaccidents recently He first ran the tlno of A pitchfork through tho instep of his foot making a very painful wound Ho had recovered sufficiently from tho effects of preparioXl this I on which he was chopping suddenly gave b0way and catching his right leg crushed it horribly against another log At this writing he is in bed scarcely ablo to moveJan SO SLOCOM MENectnhllihcll108ltlollIpermanent Enclose iclfaddreiied envelope The National Htar Building Chlcneo 2318 i risham Vest recently reelected United States senator from Missouri Iis a Ken IIItucky mountaineer Ho was born 3nf county educated in Centro col lege Danville Klind if wo arc not mistaken a graduate in the class of 67 in which W C P Breckenridge John Young Drown Thomas Crittenden and others of no less note were his classmates Kentucky and especially this part of it breeds scalars Instance Henry Liv illusion Godwy and lames Henry Swan go young in years but old in oratory and who in time will rank with the ablest in America Apropos of this Il comes the query Is there a state in the union which lIIallYfinlphC Ystill go marching nn Tho fact is that wo have a factory here In Hazel Green Hazel Green Academy where orntorw are made to order hose Davis tho wagon makers throllHhImevery person indebted to them to como in at onto and settle their accounts and notes This isnurJo I absolutely nocosfinry because of their contemplated sieve to lack willadisappoint thorn toElderJ D Hunter who for sometime has been editor of the Bible Sword the paper published in tho interest of the Churchof God was last week united in matrimony with MissSally Ann Murphy of Ezel and in celebration of tho event he renounced his new faith as wo under stand and reunited with the Baptist church Great Cures proved by thousands of ustiinonhiltt show Unit Iloodx Kar 11ll1lfitullzoHoods Pills urn tho only pills to SnrsnparhlaisWants to Read It VoLtMEit IDAHO Feb sealaemo sample copy of TUB HKIIALD and oblige JOHN F SiuvcEii FOR SALE My farm of about 800 micros on Blackwater Morgan county known as tho Miles Lush farm 00 acres in and embracing tho finest bodof un improved land in the county and valuable timber I will divide it to suit purchasers and giu liberal J O THIMIJLB Dan Farler in jailat Louisville charged as nn accomplice in tho murder of Marshal W A Byrd is dangerously ill with rccaslcs and the attending phy sician thinks his recovery extremely doubtful IT AXTEDSEVEKALFAITHFULMKX Itor women to travel for responsible es tablished home In Kentucky payable 15 weekly and expenses Irnstion permanent Iteference EndntORclfnddrecs eil envelope The National Star Building Chicago 2196r PlemiROS 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font In a Ofprnrent m Million Ylew II Wu ra bf1oshAttvkVoMvlnff hAfDr TalmageVtext Htinday was txix 19Lwna the nitty of the drunk = arifjj Who Uld that Wa1t David or was It Christ It Wb both These MossI snio Psalms nro like a telescope Iull the Instrument to u curtain range and It show ltlhtlollIcl nearby Pull it to another range and It will show you objects far array David and Christ more both each in his own time the song of thn drunkards Holiness of doctrine and llfo always did ex elte wicked morrlrnont Although David bad fully reformed and written a gal tQQy lo which all suhscqu0ntagcs- kadisobbedj otto their penitence hU enemies preferred to etch up hU old carter and put Into metric measures sins long before forgiven Christ who committed no son was till more thn Ubep of unhoy rung IMCMIISO thn better one IIs tho tame iniquity hates hiM Of tho frost Helng whose voice ever moved tho air or whoso foot over touched tha earth It might ho said The byword of the psrslnt throne The ruler a sa oft the IfHnkiriJn soar Tho earth filled up for the human race In congratulation the morning stars sang a song Tho IsrnulltUh army safe on the bank of limn Hell nun and thn Hgyptlans clear under tho re turned water Moses song a song One of thn most Important purls of this groat old Hook U Solomons song At tho birth of our Lord tho Virgin Nary and old Himoon arid angoliu prima donnas In hovering clouds sang n rang What enrichment Iinv boon Pfivon to the worlds llturntnro and on Joymonts by limn Imllaih this cuntlclnn tho dlscants the ditties thn rounde lays tho oples thu lyrics thin dithy rambs Hut my text calls attention to n style of song that I think has never bcOiidlsoJururd ujton You ometlmcs hour thU style of muslo when passing a saloon or a rtisldoncn In which dissipation IIs Ascendant or aftor you huvo rntlrad at night you hoar It coming out of tho street from those who having tarried long at thnlr cups aro on their way homo Iho ImllHil of tho Inobrliilo this Mrnnado of thu itliioholUnd or what my text calls Limo Honif of tho Drunk ardsIor practical nndl Having atid warn Ilug unit Christian purposes I will an nouricn to you tho oliuraiU rUtlos of that Wellknown vndonco mentioned in my text llrsl I romark tint thn lung of tho UrunUnrds U nn out song Much of the muslo of tho world and f thin church IsI old muslo First juino Iho nnmlo of porousslon the Jliipplng oysslsrlwhich woe Bug fOrtted to a hnmnior on an anvil tad then Iho sighing of the wind iuross tho real suggested tho flute anti then Limo strainedI slnows of tho orloUo earner IIts sholl suggoslod tho tarp limit far back of that and near ly bnuk ns far as Limo moral cotlapso of bur first pnritiitngo IIH tho Noug of tho Driinktirds Thnt time was sung at least tJIII years ago when time deluge past Noah ciinio out of the ark and as if dlsiiftUd with loo tenth prevalence uf water ho took lo trollS drink and utaggorod forlh for all ages time llrst known drunkard Ho Miunikid the llrst note of time old muslo of Inohrlacy An Arab author of A D 1110 wrote Noah being coinn omit of tho dor dered oaoh of Ism sons to build a house Afterwards they worn occu pled In sowing nut In planting tree time pippins stud fruits of which thoy hail found In the unit limn vino mono urns wanting and thy could not discover It lahrlcl then Informed thorn that the devil had desired It nod Indeed hiul Acme right to It Hero upon Konh summoned him to appear In tho holdand said to him Oh no minted Why lmnst thou carried away time vino from moV Mlcciuiso replied tho dbvll It belonged lo mo Shall- I part it fpr you1 nnkl Oubrlol I con iont said Noah and will leave him n fourth That In net sulllolnnt for him said Oabrlol Well I will tnko half rnpllod Noah and ho stroll take the ollinr1 Chat Is nut sit Illetoiit yet responded flabrlol Ho must have two ttslyds and thou one and when thy wino shall Imvo boiled on the flro un Lit two thlydA sire gone tho remainder nhall bo assigned tar thy 111111 A fable tint Illustrate how thou vine has boon misappropriated llonhndnd nod 3J stilled kings riot lug In A pavilion took up the same bacchanal Nabal wan rendering that drunkard song when his wife tbeau tiful Abigail came back from her ox pedition to save her hnibnnd Hcrotl wn singing that song when tho daugh tor of Horodlns wheeled In the dance before him llolshnzzar and a thou stud lords ronowod that song the ulgit the Imndwritmg came out on tho pins tering of tho wall and the tramp of tho besieging host was hoard on tho palace stain Asnauerpls aming that song when after sovon days of carousal ho ordered Vashtl to come into the presence the roaring quests without her vail owI January storm trying to com mtad a Juno morning Oh yoat mho swig pf the drunkard U an old song Xlaf Cyrus boasted that ho could drlKK sore wino than his brother frttiikt HM was BO rUe knout the oatIr that LyuritwIasa k allr the wines ot the vl pyards destroyed Paul axgoriatcawtnrt orhithlanttJr turning the cotrnnuifion ot time Lords ap cnroowLf1lai10 ment1onA runTiard of IJphralm Ho much were tho A then laws given to vassall that a law was paused giving a man doable punish meat for crime while intoxicated the first punishment for tho crime And the other for thn Intoxica ton It was a staccato pawiago in that song whnn Alexander the Great arosa from a banqu C stud struck A spfar through the jcart of Gltus While putting up the curtains and horrified at what was done withdrew tho sword from the load body and at tempted to take his own life In tho time of Oliver Cromwell the evil was ffj great that offenders were com pelled to wear what wss called the drunkards cloak namely a barrel wllh one end of It knocked out and n hole In the opposite end the nuns thrust through holes at the sides of the liar rnl Samuel Johnson made merry of his own inebriacy Oh this old nongt All the centuries liavo joined int Among tho first songs ever sung was the Song of the Drunkards Again time Song of tho Drunkards IIs an expensive song The Son n tags and the I nro pa Itovis and Nllssons and other renderrr of divine solos receiv ed their thousands of dollarn porrilgl t otlmIcHomop most puuooriml themselves thk1tlllY might sit a few evenings under the en chantment of those angels of sweet sounds I paid 37 to hcnr Jenny Lind sing when it was not very nay to afford time 87 Very expensive IIs such music but tho coslliest song on earth Iis tho drunkards song It costs ruin of body It costs ruin of mind It costs ruin of soul Ou2 right down among the rend dcntlal strnots of any city and you can find once bcautlfulnnnd luxurious homoHtvndH that worn expended in this ditAtriintlvn music Time lights have gone out in tho drawing room tho pianos havn censed tho pulsations or their keys the wardrobe has last Iits last nrllelo of appropriate attire Time llelshnnronn foist has left nothing hut the broken places of tho crushed chalices Thorn It stands tho ghnntr Host thing on ourtli time remnant of n drunktirds home Tho costliost thing on earth IIs sin Tho most cxpenslvn of all mush Iis time Songof the Drunkards It Is the highest tariff of nations not a protective larllT hut a tiirifiof down n tariff of woe a tnrllT of death ThUl ovll whets till knives of tho assassin cuts the most of tho wounds of this libs pllal manes necessary must of tho nlmshnuscM causes the most of tho ravings of this Insane asylum and puts up niofcl of time iron bars ot tho ponllonI tlnrloH It has Its hand today on tho thront of time American republic It IIs the taskmaster of nations the human race croucho under Its anathema Tho Song of the Drunkards has for itn no compnniinent lime chink of nhniiis time chattering tooth of poverty the rattle nxccuKotiurrt sunfTold limo croaking door of tho doftorlod homo tho crash of Hhlpwrtiehs and tho groan ofonl pirolaVisa two billion twenty million dollars which rum costs this country In n year In this destruction of grain nndi sugar nnd time supporting of time pau pers and the Invalids and this criminals whloh strong drink causes is only a small part of what IIs peel for thlex prnnlvo Song of tho Drunkards Again tho Song of tho Drunkards Is n inuHldlnoui song not a solo not a duet not a quartet not a sextet limit millions on millions sire this hour sing lug It Do nut think that alcoholism Inns this Hold all to Itself It has pow erful rivals In tho intoxicants of other nations Ions hasheesh and arrack mind pulque nod opium and quavo and mantle and wodrow Kvory na tion barbaric as well us civilized has Its pot Intoxicant This Song of tho Drunkards Is rendered In Chinese Hindoo Arabian Assyrian 1orslan Mexican yon nil time lan guages All zones join It No conti rent would bn largo enough for tho choir gallery If all thoso who have this libretto In tholr hands should stand silo by sldo to chant tho International chorus Other throngs are just learn ing time eight notes of Ihis dcnthful music which Is already ninstorod by tho orchestras In full veins under time batons In full swingI All tho must inane assembled at Dussoldorf or Her llri or lloston Pence Jubilee render ing symphonies requiems or grand marches of Mendelssohn or Wnguer or Chopin or Handel woro Insignificant In numbers ns compared with tho In numerable throngs host bcslda host gallery above gallery who are now wiring forth the Song of tho Drunk ards Years ago standing before a bulletin heard In Now York on tho night of n presidential election day as tho news came in and time choice of time American people was finally nnnounced there were people In tho streets who sang roystorlng anti frivolous songs but In tho street one maim in deep strong re sonant voice started to tho tuno of Old Hundred Praise nod from Whom alt blessings now and soon all up anti down the ntrcot tho voices joined in tho Doxology May Uod speed tho tiny when tho song of rescue and salvation shall drown with an overwhelming surge this mighty Song of the Drunkards Again tho Song ol tho Drunkards Is a suggestive song You hear u nursery refrain and right away you thlnl of your childhood homo and brothers and iitert with whom you played and mother long since Bono to rest You c f hear a national Mr and you think of I the encampment of 1M3jOad the still night on mho river tank and the camp j flffa that mhpok their reflections up i and down the faces of tho regiment I You hear an old church tanroa12d you are reminded of the revival acenuII amid which you were brought I Nothing so brings up associations as a song sung or played upon instrument and the Drunkards Song is full of suggestion As you hear it on the street quite lath some night you begin to say to yourself I wonder if he has a mother Is his wife waiting for him Will his children be frightened when I he enters the front door and stag gers whooping up v the stairs What chance IU there for that young I man started so early on the down uoIceodrun through his property how ho got so far astray Can any in finance bn wielded to fetch him back He must have got into bad company who led him off So you soliloquize and guess about this man whose voice you hear on the street under the star light Notice tho second noun of my text IIs in the plural Not drunkard but drunkards It would be dull work to sing that song holllary and alone 1t1is generally a chorus They are in groups On the downward way there must bo companionship Hero and there Iis a man fco mean as always to drink alone but generous bighearted men drinking at bar or in restaurant or In clubhouse feel mortified to take time hey erage unaccompanied There must be some one with whom to click tho rim of his glasses some ones health to propose some entlmont to toast There must bo two and still hotter If four and still better if six to give zest to time timing of tho Drunkards Thoso who hove gone down could men thin thin name of at lleast ono who helped them down Generally it was some ono who was n little higher up in social life or In financial resources Our friend felt flattered to have an invitation from one of superior name Kach ono drank not only when ho felt like it but when the other full llko 11 Neither wanted to seem lacking In so ciality when ho wan Invited So a hundred thousand men every year sire treated Into hell Together they are manacled of evil habit together they travel toward their doom together they mako merry over the cowardice Ill puritanical sentiment of those who never indulge together they join their volcns In time Song of tho Drunk ards If tho ono proposes to stop time other will not let him stop When men nro getting down thorn solve they do not want their asso elates to turn hack Those who turn back will bo tho scoff anti caricature of thoso who keep on and there will bo conspiracy to bring them back to their old places and their old environ anent nil so have thorn renew time Song lit limn Drunkards There was n tragedy In Now York September lIWJ A ram of marvoloiis natural gifts hind after arriving from his humus in England fallen Into disslputcd habits mud lining a hue mnger ns well ns impersonator entertained many a barroom rrulIlnt Newbury port llouton and Now York but by thit grace of 111111 nnd time kindness of ono Joel Stratton hind been rescued nnd took tho platform for temperance mind moved vast nud loncoa toward n better life Destroy him l sail scone of Isis old nssooiivtos and they sot n trap for Ids CeotUHow do you do Mr dough said some ono on this street in Now York Ho protonded to bo an old acquaintance nut said I suppose you are so pious now and have got to bo BA proud that you will not drink a glass of soda wtor with nn old shipmate Oh yes waist Mr Sough I will drink a glass1 of soda water with any body I will drink n glass with you They went down Chambers atrccl to Chatham street nud into a plnco whore llest Soda wan announced at the door After some delay there was handed to him a glass ofsoda walor said to ho flavored with raspberry but alms It was runs that flow to his brain mind soot him through tho street an in sano man stud weeks passed before ho came to himself and Implored the par don of time Christian church that he hind joined mud resumed his wondrous career for God and righteousness Hut all tho grogshops nnd placed of dissi pation rang with merriment at tho temporary downfall All tho grog- shops rand wIno cellars of America took up with new voice and now gusto stud now enthusiasm and now diabolism tho Song of tho Drunkards There looms up In my memory ono of the best nnd noblest friends I over had Ho had boon for 30 years A con sistent number of tho church 1 know not that at about twentyone years of ago ho hAll followed the sea and habiU of inobriaey hind been fixed upon him lint converted lo nod ho began a now life Yet it was a e0 years war against tho old appetite but about this struggle I know nothing un til ho was dead Whllo absent during my summer vacation I received a telegram announcing his death and asking mo to come and officiate at his obsequies I arrived at tho mo ment tho service was to begin and hind not much time to mako inquiries about his last hours In my remarks with out any limitations I extolled hivir tues whllo living and spoke of tho heavenly raptures into which ho had entered Afterward I found ho had died of dollrcm tremens in tho hos pllal because ho was eo violent ho could not be sufficiently restrained i- niII1LQ t his bcantlf alhome Tie had been seized In the street with violent pains of body and went Into an apothecary store to ffefrocdlcal rrllef Something there given him Ml on Are his old appetite for atrong drink and utterly irrespon sible he went from liquor store to liquor store until a raving maniac the officer of the law found him and took him to the hospital where ho tiled Some time oter I said to time doctor In tho hospital Of what did ho doe and the answer was Congestion of the brain I wild Doctor I want to know the bottom facts for I was his pastor and he was one of the best friend I ever had Was It delirium tremens and the doctor responded Yes Did I regret that at his obse quies I had extolled hits virtues and spoken of the heavenly joys upon which he had entered No I do not think that my friend was any more re sponsible for tho mode of his toldnJoft than a typhoid fever patient In deliri um is responsible forlcnplngoutof tho fourth story window Hut while we were heartbroken about his going away I think that in the saloons to those who heard of his membership of the church and the tragedy of his de suture ho ticenme ai did the David and the Christ of my text the Sons of the Drunkards INTERESTING ITEMS MOIKSKA has 600 bee hives on her California ranch AN Old Orchard Me man owns an um hrc la that hat been in his family since 1SH Ill July Minneapolis people will rile on street ears propelled by the Falls of SU Anthony Two barrels to every man woman and childI is said to IHJ a conservative oistiiuato of lost years apple crop AT a prayer meeting In Augusta Maine recently prayers worn asked for a young mean who played the llddlu on Sundays IIv Horne there are few houses hoar Ing the number 13 Nearlyall this houses that should boar those figures nro marked till or HA TIIKIII are three varieties of tho sings that never bark the Australian dug the Kgyptlnn shepherd dog and tho I lion hoaded dug of Thibet- OKTiiim of Michigans laboring Simon belong to fraternal organizations with n IUu Insurauiu attachment Only l per cent Ixilong to labor organisa tionslloitATio Karl Nelson who IIs 71 yours of ago In now the only surviving pour who wa alive anti in tho enjoy ment of his title when the queen en mo to tho throne A XOINTAIN lion shot in Clnllnm county Washington weighed WO pounds moiisureil tun teat from tip to tip mud n fourfoot tail and whiskers eight teat long Tim fact of an owl hooting on isis housetop for throo consocutivo nights caused u Liberty uounty Jcorgln Ne gro to vu cute the dwelling ho had rusted for a year AitlONv convicts have been leased for ten years at 70 cents per hand u day Their labor IIs to bo used in constructing an irrigating canal to re claim 100000 acres of arid land A SKDAIIA councilman once offered departmentho llalllllinbolltOVK hundred bushels otullrs of sound corn delivered for SIO is not very encouraging for tho farmer hilt that ldichignnfarmerWM gladof tho opportunity file highest paid choir singers in tho world are two American ladles Miss Clementina Do Varo at tho 1nxton church In Now York who receives 81 ftOO a year and Miss Dutton at Ia Baptist church in tho same city who receives 81000 for her services KKNTUCKY led In isor In acreage of tobacco iKiA71 acres producing 170 711000 pounds North Carolina next with H3lift micros and 141530000 pounds Old Virginia made ftStauOOO pounds on 88 KM norms mho crop of North Carolina being of a liner grade was valued at SIO5n000 while that of lKentucky wns valued at 5JMrtOoo MICIIAKI NICOII who runs a fruit stand at tho depot In 1Dddlelo vim CU found n rat tinting his best fruit Ho seized time rat by tho tall intending to snap its hoiiil niT when tho rat turned lhoIrid of time rodent was by biting Us head ofT which ho proceeded to do lea Mcacham feuds between the Sls mss and Hurks and their families in Clarke county Ala Bivcn or olght years ago will bo well remembered by nil newspaper readers The fond amounted to almost a war anti did not oilbeenface of tho earth A now generation lies coma on since that time however anti tho old quarrels promised to bo ro newed again timeJnclcsonsaro wlntorhelk wintering as this season A con servative estimate warden30000 They are on every hill and In every valley and tho nights sounds lostfrommorning thousands ace seen traveling from the rivesto A LITTLE NONSENSE fcuhlclcnHy Explained dret i rediscovered that 3 on carry more food tome with you than you cook form ieni butmc fambly U bhjgerV youm Chicago Record lutscd by a stoman he mutttTM moodily I do not ace the point Aid tic who overheard him Nor do Iic answered 1 was speaking of thus end pencil Household Wonla In Iliissla teacher a re none too tau mid At a cbolnstie meeting some onir jroXMicl the toast Long lire our school teacher What on 1 asked a radarcrouslooklng specimen rising In Isis gentsTit ilts- llousckeepcrIfnlf time things you cash are torn to pieces l11C rwo- DJ11n01l muss but when a timing II- U torn In two or more piece mum I count them an only one piece mum and only charge for 01lf1IImu Where said the auctioneer ad Dressing an audience of possible pur theitin iron cotton hemp grain gnme And n voice from the crowd replied In the pocket of my joungcst son TitHit Getting AlonglInc you made any prognosis in your lessons on the bleyclc Yos replied the man with ai gentle disposition Do you ride Into the country y ttlt Oh no I lnllt ride HII where worth mentioning lint I lont think I hurt myself MI much when 1 full nthIInshingten Star HOMILY ON NERVOUSNESS 5one lrlUtlcal IIIu That trn IIrlun by u Thinking Ijtynmn TIll most casual glance at t ho columns of the lieu pn purl betrays ItheI fact that 1I TVOIIH complaints ns Iis recently 04 sorted by the medienl profession are greatlyes time incrcnHo Commrv on demonstrate thnl we IIltrllanlllhe luToininjf if we lire nut already the most highly tang and serous ooptr in the world Hut nervousness ns expreied hnri oils wellinenningi citizens serums to he certain rcnontmcitt ngninst noise inn considering the point from the vantage or disadvantage of a layman Is mete holm the eaiiM or simply the evidence of norvousnoft Thats whut I wnnt to know To be clearer Is mere noise the creator of nervousness or Is time eel flnlnllOIllllnllll of thirst noises merely the evidence of growing nervousness 1 IIcMt of the errors of reasoning I believe nrc from the confusion 01- 111IIMIllIlIllITlcI When n let ter currier suddenly anti unexpectedly pipcn his thin shrill whistle up n vilirnnt hallway nut muses me to start it is easy anil natural to nay he ninkcM mo nervous And when Ill eievntod trnlu brakes down np pronchcM a fetation causing every whtel lo cream nnd shriek it situ my teeth on edge nodI thu charge is instantly flied ngaiiist the railroad company of renting nervous disorders Whereon theI faetis ro 1 was nervous already rand the lettercarriers shrill whistle only demonstrated it end If I had not been a sufferer from nervousness time elevated noises would simply have had no effect upon my mind whatever And if Ism down anti orate to the newspa pees complaining ngninst nil these manifold noises 1 should only advertise my nervous condition to time whole community 1 am nwnru that I shall run counter to the popular theory when I nxsert that noises have nothing whatever to do with nervousness The nervous person will jump higher nnd quicker when nllenlly Approached front tho rear being hose pectedly confronted silently In the dark being suddenly touched by BOIIII rue to them moment unseen or unheard or even prove store nervous under con ditions of alwolnte silence It cats be easily demonstrated that n innii who eat sleep like n babe on the Hue of time elevated road will be awakened nt the crow of the chickens in the country and lie excessively annoyed nt every sound oud yet he unable to sloop lit mi Rounds nt nil The mini who IH disturbed by the noises of the city is n nervous mnn who would toss nil eight on n sleepless couch In the lend quiet of the country lime only renson there Is more nervous ness in the city thus in tho country lJ hvomisu our mode of life creates norv OUHIICKS Wu drink more sinolto non emit store amid go time pass giiiornlly mad then to Iny It on to noises oxoiua me hut rntsiN Y Herald Killing to Hlbfirln In accordance wltli Instruction re ceived from time cnr time Kusslnii min inter of justice IIIIH submitted to the council of time empire n project for till abolition of deportation to Siberia for political offenses There Is no Inten tine however of modifying In nny wny tho present system of deporting crlm Innls Chicago litter Ocean Her Illdlrulnu Error Womnn carne in sold liNker for con sunimnted lye nald the grocers new boy grinYoutry to correct her did you grocerMe my job better than that I just handed her n cnn of consecrated lye and didnt say n wordI Indianapolis Journal Iroof or Intellect Well Scrlhba has proved himself s genius after nil What bOIl he done Quit writing poetry and opened a candy shop next to a school house Chicago Record yt yi i yi i 1 A G y 1j j r I ta ti tI a 3c 0s1 0r 0V s1a s1rt za THE FARMING tORLD GRAINT10HT FLOORS Haw to drake Ode Till l 11111ut LkEu the nit Me a The actual font of tnolivrinjm granary tvth two thkknewsesof hcm Jack Is less than the cost would be IIf one tlnekne of matched pine were MM Hemlock is more stiff and Mrnng thin pine and fewer deejKnt and studding are re quired The corners tnny be made tight and secure by matching Ilvgln by lay jag a course of tilt floor boertis extending them out to the studding which s- to support the aides then put on the tint bonrdinfj of the sidles Then lay the second course on the floor and fin hh by boarding the sides A sort of lp7n matching of the corners Is thus secured that will not leek grain or the finest meal or ground feed The SlIme method Ja sometimes used In constructing born and xvngonhouc t floors In making the former ILls enl ternary to us the cheaper Kind of hun her sometimes making the first course of hemlock and tin upperone of spruce which hears the wear of wagons and horses bettor For n wagon house where a nice floor In required the tipper course may Ibo made of yellow pine IH- Is also the bext way to lay a floor in mows or bays where hay Is to he stored over stable or xx t tons ns it is morn impervi IgNrJboardsFloors intended to siiNtain heavy mi chlnery such an kitty pressed or thrakh ing machines it has formerly heel the custom to make of threeinch plank both edges being grooved so that a j tongue could be laid in whore the edges j joined This method IK expensive curd i I does not make ns good n floor as is eon stfiictcd by using three thicknesses of j lumber laying the middle course dl isgoitally and being careful to IIny the hrtalijointsj means the floor is like one isolldplee of lumber which will not spring or 1 lgrleulturist KILLING THISTLES How UK lrtrurlli n WriiN Ar Suprr Hfiliil liy mile- sflit notion that Camilla thistles can le killed by mowing them in dog tiny when the stalks are hollow so the wa ter will enternndl rot the roots has been going tIll rounds of the press ever since J can remember and it will keep rightI j on being printed no doubt Is not the animal growth east off in any ease j vhether it IH mowed or uotl And nIfor the hollow stalks they are not hoi low any further down than is perfectly healthy for the thistle and rood bud ecru just below all ready for the next i year The least of a thistles trouble is wily14hutthe in lute summer there is n bettor inure for the grass which grrWs tml thick IhIRtltSIIII1Jillot thistles in this way as a perfect mal j srcdiwllandyear they are much diminished ICOII11 third them Is proTitledcan I j produce good grass live thistles clean j BuysillIn the leastIU S Gilbert in X V Tribune r= LIVESTOCK POINTERS A wItlcoiiurtuppctite l UIIli f nnimnl3alittleThe older the pig grott i thcjnorapoil It ifgaIii31nny thehorsesshouldhavo1llc time bedding up by the manger It contains ammonia toyoungI and that they maku young otalllons vicious We should like to know xvhyV jStlll it may doe u fact i Rnlertlon or a Cockerel f While good size IH an item in the see kctlon of u taunt activity IH fully 1111I iraptl matured The Nest plan IK to choose J lOlIIllIIltdinorefti that he XVIIH hatched early in wellmatured nailIfJfce produce should show nn Imjirovc pent in the flock If pullets nro titi- aalnklay j J l for the coming ricnaon It- IiUl be better to secure n two or three lfrojil maleWasteru IloxxTiiua r Trte EXPERT ATHEIST uU Will Wntrh Rera MWYal4tntrThe hlaapiaryUlUmerTruedisturbedItnte It a strong healthy colon iis somebeosperrhnnweather Is cold willI nII tntlMl1hel with honey and If arcticthilnfrom flight the colon will become unhealthy which entirelyHut suggestions do worktoapiary The ntlertheirtvntcheathemyear andI I nee conllljtimsometimesgoes winter quarters with n large number of old and nearly wornout IICeA and hill few j cvcntherihof j j fallingsodai j UniI iJIHPtI a h ire hook about a foot long Some times eveesslve moisture in a hive tohioekIhnhitapiiuy every day to avoid unnecessary losses Iwesini I notIkeactivityIt hug the attcntio that may have been to CIlIIrlIIIIII lacyhavemidwinter It must llc foul or tie lost Methods of feeding are famllinr to nil hut it is not out of place to state that one of thuvsiinplcut and easiest is to 1111 a widemouth fruit jar with a sirup made of granulated sugar and water j ofa consistency thick enough to an I swcr the purpose and lying cheese racking tightly over till mouth of the jar Invert the jar and place it direct ly over tic cluster The bee soon that it and appoMsc their hunger Sonar bee jkoepors however prcfen beecandy for rThis purpose It In made by boiling sugar sirup until it reaches the candy unto and then pouring it while hot readyforover thu cluster nut does nut dUtuiO Ithe been 1armers Voice SPLENDID NEST BOXES A How of Thrill Ciin Ito Mmlo it I u Very Sinull Kiicnir 11Jhotratiiin emu he made by anynnu at nilI jliamly witj tools They aiiswor bvcry purjidne and ere quite ine penfilv nf fairs The row of rirsIN i 12leuvi lonii and contains 12 nests ton liar ono tier nbove Mho CltlltrH In nil ilJic nctxiiv 15 InchcH from back to front so that the end boards and hutw CIt III Its are 10 incites while1l1e hnlghtoC nail row from floor to tho broad boardf fastened tin top of upper row of boxen iiicaRiiroA n little over JIO inuhuti Tint lower nuiita are Khown with the doors staiuling open while the doors of the upper row arc shut The doors to till upper row open buck or up and ar held open by hooks tine staples the staples ixing driven Into time broad board above The upper doom will stay ohwecl without fastening of eonrs but the lower doors nro provided with hooks odd Htaplcs Little wooden hut tons would answer the sane purpose wed are loss expensive Tills 12 font double row of iieti IsI plane length wise of the poultry house in such u way as to make them the partition lee tween tho main or roosting roout and the nest rooat1t cach end of this pare titian there Is n tall door frame and screen door the frame with pickets on topso that fowls cannot Sly over or out The object In having the upper tier of nests sloping Iis to prevent the fowls from roosting upon them They cannot gain n foothold anti nrc obliged to be content with the regular rotate lug arrangement of time house The broad board above the nests is fastened to tho door frames old above this In stretched a 32inch strip of poultry netting to keep them from flying over this part of tho nest IKVC arrangement Into or out of the nest room The nest room Is n long hallliko space three feet wide and Is for the exprcsw use of site ting hens Here are kept teed water grit and time lust bath for the broody ones When n him wants to sit n nest mid eggs are given her the door opening In to the mnU room Is shut and the door to the nest that opens Into the nest roost Is left open Instead that she tummy leave her nest for feed at her plen urc The arrangement Is really very completo anti worth trying Time ex incase of such n set of 24 ncaU idiould not be heavy provided they were made nt home from cheap matcrinlOruuYe Judd Farmer a ZINC WALL PAPER A CAap tad Dsrtala Xaral DtIeora lade In ImlUtlmt of Mattes Zinc hall paper la the t oddity and several residences of the highest with the zinc claw now building will be prtpdmlbyfmblc marble The most beautiful varieties of marble are imitated in such a manner that the imposture Iis only to Lie detected after n cloe oxamtuation The zinc in attached to the wall by a crmwnt invented tor the purpose The surface of the zinc is enamelled so ns to render It permanent anti washable Tilt or nay other form of mural core ering cnn W imitated ns readily nA marble and the raaterinf Js made In a great variety tof patterns It 1Is claimed for this ncdeparturc in decorative1 material tliatwhilc it fis M permanent as tllen poniarblo it IM much cheaper and cnn biput on ut rally as onlinnry wall h1 ner It con he applied top to any surface whether flat broken or sound and any bending etc can IK eml Otscd on the metrO to complete a design or jmnol A DOCTOR WHO WAS EQUAL TO TUB EMERGENCY t l 1r Iml IAellnlnhHpstblenOMr An IntcicsUnj little story toes toM your reporter ivccntly by Mrs 1t l avon of No1 M7 CusUr Avenue YnuiiKAlnwu OhRi Slid had been nn invalid fur olpliteen ycur and hud been exiiiulneil and treutnl by skillfulIr1 case In tim tamo way and till Unlisted quit nn o emtloit was necoHtary except lrCliuko who mulntiilncd urns Ux Hr treat inentoouldciin nor live cnUnv left ohIo ntllQtIdpratn9ohcutdfiiedise furthrpart of the story Hear what Jan Lawaon fIsays Ono morning I holtavo it was An ll 0 IHVO the doctor clmiiRcd the trcatUimtnni gave nit III tLstlat1+ it slip dy or Iltnillr n peculiarly1 plnlcl li iiilor nioy wniMijile ant to taw Insto airs biking orurat the ilootbr upon IftVnrXt arrival va Nnully stir prised to llnd mo eoiiHtloriblv stronger mat mom hopeful UurliiK lilY llliuwi 1 iXMtd a great ilixil lute In one npor 1 nallcod A leMimonUl mush had Ixxni great by n proinlnont government ofllolal ivlulivr to the mutts nt u imtprietary nmtily llotwere called lr Williams 1 lvliiklllSi When tlio doctor next called I sail tb him Doctor are you pnnwrlbinff piilbnf nuMllolao to your pntltmtH now To Uds lie nmllM unitI answered Hull Mrs LawaoiT whether II 11t1 puUnt medleltio or not just- so U IIMH you Kondf ronlnltnulnngstorvshnrtIn two weeks I waH uhle to sit iiji uiiii shnrlly after giiuld walk abiiii lie IIOUAO At the dintlUr III1 g1 ifiMtinn I boiitflilnlx hnxes of thin JIIIIIInU lined thum ntnctJv nurontliirf to t1lfllIllIlIf11 treat fA the country for a theriiliy roping to nHMipentto moat quickly pillstoIwrtiwI 1 was when 1 was twenty Im fiftytwo yours old now Well do you attribute tho excolloaeo of your hcialtli now Mm Uiwnon to limo use ot the Pink Illlnf1 wits nuked I must cordial do I realize that had I not taken Irma I Hliotild long stun Iwo died No onn could help me To shoe you nintln what good limy hnvo done me I maid only say that today I did my own wiudtlng mid troiilnif ami ilo rtol feel In thu loait fittiuiiiHl I attend to nil of my own hound worit now ami my heart doer not give mo a hit of trouble It may Inleivnt you to know that I liuvo liicroofted In xvolKht trout lass than ono hundred iioniuls iliirlnx my llliuMn to poundsIr11IllhuusI enn iliuined form nil tlio elomonU necinNary to- gionehllfonnlrtrhnesslo tlio Wood and restore nliuttereil nervon They an also n Hpecillo for trouble ixvullar lo femaltw such nil mipprcflNloiiH IrnKiilarlllcs and all fomiH of xveaknenn They linlld 1111 that blood and nHtoro limo xloxv of hcnllliI lo pule and sallow eheikM In men they effect a radical curt In till eases ion stag from men tal worry overwork or excesses of wliuu evci nat urn Pink IlllH nn sold In lioxa1 iioxur In iooi o bulky nt fllrlnlllill box or sit boxes lor JAl mind may ho had of nlldrntr KhtsnrdlnHtbyninll from lr WIIHiinih1 Metllclno Company Hclionoclady N Y No INVITATION wo think ever caused qiillo as much tulle as thololcjihono Vonk cr+ Htutosmu- nIlowi ThUT f Wo offer Ono Hundred pollard Reward for tiny enso of Catarrh that can not bo cured by falls Catarrh Cure F J CunNur it CulrolllllloICtto O We tho uiidcntlRiicd have known F J Clicncy for tho Inst Ift years and bellovu hint irarfoctly honorable In nil biulmms tranBuctlomt and financially able to curlY nut ROY obllKnllon mado by their firm WElT h TUUAX Wholculo Druggists To redo O WAilniNo KINNAN If MAIIVIN Wholc alo Druggists Toledo Ohio hulls Catarrh Cure U taken Internally acting directly upoa limo blood unit mucous urfocca of the system Price 7fie per bot tic Bold by ill DruggUU Tcstlmoulali- iJnlla free Fatally Pills mire the best Gounr Is thorn n ballroom In this lintel Gttd crYcs sir doxvnuUilr to time loft only wo Bonundly call It Hie bin In this part of the country Koxbury UuzotUJ AT once tmo Ht Jacobs Oil for pralus At oiico U will cure LOTS of people yogi arc hustlers when they know very well they ago only bores Washington JJornocrnt- CiWAititTS Ktlmulnto liver klt and bowclii Never sicken weaken or gripe IOC Mrshnvn bolter honltli than tho women Iwcniisc they sigh loss when tldnRa go wrung und kick moiuAlchhoa Olobo Tin proof of It It thousands say Ht Jncobs Oil cured imI of nuuraltflu A M 14 Is young so long as ho enjoys being out of doors no matter what tlio weather Atculson Cliche WITH a rub or two lumbugo IIs often cored by HU Jacobs Oil Jrcon want your jrravo kept In order be rood to ou oM maid before you dlo 11 reatlreri osee a Teas thatportlon 0altestonatthetheDiamondbyhe0nlfandthefouryoitrabeIngthe taco of the lobo Only a tow Isolated produeingsouthern staples of torn cotton oats Mil NrlfruitM rated beyond any doubt that tho net try ttvcntrarreaeyed that of tho ordinary quarks section la professionssouth Texas b Urn successful result of the thedepththeIargeatI Otimui rfiat prosperity In both Houston niul tlIi soo tho auriculturil jM lhlinies in Iho lila m wd district above referred to and thc ii delrnsstngasUceyhsidlkotifnuiuiahlys dunbledhe hI11lInlloll daltetthI smenddistricttrititIttiudtelsof of ciiiilvHlloii lUllroad amtI water fit chiles tnht5Wauntsl ride of the two hugest as yell as tho Metro prtllUiu cltli s iif Texas Within Us IwYiloiM uflitnttltlnjthe IlhllltMlrcU taut Whole north I II I I I i II II II II I I i I I I I 1 I I IJBright5 Disease t J I I I MftItIaAttrI I1lMtJtUiiitMO WITH j IWMNERSI SAR R L- ELE TROTYPING T SEREOTYPING AX1 OF THE GRADE PROMPTLY EXECUTED IY AI HI Kellogg Newspaper Cor We offer to our Customers and Tto Tree enerally the most satisfactory wirkpossWt rn these branchas Our facilities Mild is to turn out work wry rapidly If Jot desire o foreither pe on soda large Jib1 stet it to us stereotyping or ilictntyp ng and It will be returned to JM prtftpttj end In good order We make a specialty of Newspaper Head Ings and Cuts and have the largest assortment In these lines to be found anywhere ii the country from which to select As N1 KELLOGG N WSPAPFR Ro- 45il Elm Street Cincinnati O SOUTHERN HOMES IN TEXAS rlIii rI rlll1 tv t Ls niry theAp endMire- wuhlN hlln r u tFr1NhIN end asternltletlne- N1 r1t irthlftlun Ulr1 nI 111penl lUil fiint Iruvil rho k flro llnA iWm Mu lnNlu I t Iind IIhIlIIlrtIlIIInIII Oil N dN NYtrlmlull 1 X 01Q Theres MONEY It I No ImMnpM purr n wfll on dials tlnterlydl OH wIIIi nnr 111 aleethnrrr I1 N- crssN 1 iiitl N Tun UIN41 t LOOMI8 A LAYMAN TirFIN OHIO fUN taikftdt Ihlhtilktbl11NJk fUtlltitNllflf OPIUM JIMIIt Nerd TDRUNKENIFSS CIIfPd DRJLUTBPInNO IInII DROPSY OMCBCoomo Cure HIGHEST llii1JllN1ifY1lOKIplmiDiWl DRILLING WELLS NN11 ItluitlltItII Nirrs I Wurrlui I ilrnlmrnrVrvr Itrll ILIIH VH MIS AlUnt lit USE NO OTHER THAN YUCATAN 1030ri e mu MW c c sin i t pI a t1 i t t1 4t 1 M VKI m it m 1 tt- II Liver Ills10N MtefMrteH dytpepsla heaicB consH pritMXHir stomach Indigestion are prompUy w 4 fey Hoods rUb They do tier work Hoodsessly Beet after dinner plltf ttttfiU All druggists Pillsi Prepftred by C I Hood ft Co Lowell Mass Xlw only Pill to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla Midway adopted a curfew law recently and the Clipper says It works like a charmJ M Hunter of Fleming county killed a hog recently that weighed 8 6 pounds The sheriffof Pike county IP resisting the payment of 100 penalty to the auditorAt recent term of Ownloy circuit court five prisoners were sentenced to the penitentiary Irvington grocers hnd n war that ro duced tho price of coffle to two cents around tho whole stock being exhausted Leek Patrick at Hcndrlckn Magoffln county accidentally discharged n pistol and perhaps fatally wounded Jan Ilanoy John Wlngo nnd Thos Bradley wanted to danco with tho sumo girl nt tho nnmo time at a Greonup county ball Wlngo 1Is i deadRev Cline Grim of near Paintsviltt iis credited with being 107 years old and having committed tho entire bible to memoryWhile moving a lot of baled hay a Garrartl county former killed MO rats and claims dint more than that number got away By reason of nn epidemic of In grippe at Corinth ono physician lips used JfiU ounces of quinine in his practice since December 15 An aggregate of 1303 bushels in five and a half days Isa corn busking record of which Willie told Alva Jones Elliott county are boasting The i yenr old child of John Senior was burned to death in Pike county nod Us mother was burned fatally while ex tinguishing the flames While cutting stove wood nt his home near Richmond Daniel Gurhnrt struck n wire clothes lino with his use which re bounded splitting his skull Jacob Warner shipped a cnr of corn over the 0 ft 0 railroad from Millers burg to Salt Lick a distance of 61 miles and the freight on same was Jfi4 At Boonevillo Wiley and Byrd Combs brothers formerly of Brcuthitt county were sentenced to two years each in the penitentiary for rubbery by tie circuit court Tho 8 A Mutchmoro library of Philadelphia hits been presented to Centre college Danville It consists of some 4000 volumes and is valued at 0000 er 97000 Twentyone oil wolfs have been put I down in Floyd county during the pant Il 1Inl have been Elmer 111uggedIIi Brent of Albany nnd Charles Seers ofI that pinee hud been on a protracted spree and wound up by drinking hot drops Both died In a few hours In the Clark circuit court which began last Monday 121 cases nro on the docket The principal case and ono of the first set for trial is that of Dillnrd Rainoy for tho murder of Aaron Adams The barn of C 0 Bosworth and hro ther on the Lecsvillo pike in Fayutto county was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 3600 Forty sheep were burn ed to death Tho barn also contained nine acres of tobacco anti seven tons of hay Tho sale of tbo Kentucky Midland railroad for 160000 has been confirmed by Special Judge Major nnd tbo road has passed into tho bands of tho late creditors The probabilities are thnt it will be extended into the Morgan county coal field- From the Winchester Democrat we tern that Woody Ectou reports a curl osity in the shape of a lamb or rather two l Mb ia one akin It had two JttfJiY twf taU two Mti of totwtiRM 1 nt tJ etc It bad tear legs s usual end a fifth leg on tho back It has been inspected by ainny who came to see the curiosity The feud which has been carried on for the past 40 yean between tbo Hatfiold and McCoy families lies come to a happy ending Aaron Hatfield iicpbaw of Cap Hatfield was married to Mary McCoy daughter of Rudolph McCoy a short time since etsuntyiafter an auncnco of 36 years Wash Mo- rIn bade his wife goodbye and told her bo was going to Covington Ky Ho re turned a few days ago having spent 3G years in California When ho left he had nino children and now ho has 30 grandchildren and a few great grand children There Iis another lIat boy in JCen tucky In the person of Hickmnn Jewell of Webster county IIo is 17 years of age weighs 865 pounds is 5 feet and 6 inches in height measures 60 inches around tho chest 62 inches waist meas ure wears n No 8 shoo and 7i hat and has not been sick over 10 days since he was 8 years old His father weighs 146 pounds and his mother 130 pounds ANTHDSEVKIIAL FAITHFUL MK or women to travel fur responsible ct nbllsltcil house In Kentucky 780 inyalile f15 wtokly unit exnondcs Position permanent Itcfnronee Enclose selfnddress landingChicago The Indianapolis Sun a red hot gold standard sheet supported Mnj McKin ley for president In its iiuiic of lost Sunday under tbo caption Broken Faith the Sun sends out n mournful wall of tho situation It says in part Immediately following election dny there was a spnsm of enthusiasm thnt found vent to tho benefit of the peoplo Mnny of the idlo factories began to resound with the whirr of machinery tho noise of hammers and the tramp of workingmen Retail dealers took heart and be gan to reach out It nil lasted About three weeks The manufacturers nnd railroad men have their faith The dis patches from New York and other places indicate that the number of men out of work WAS never greater and that rail roads are reducing force of employes to the extent of hundreds j many of tho factories that are is operation owned aid controlled toes by the very taen Wilt promised work anti wages without stint bavo cut the pay of their men fifteen and even n greater per cont The condition nt present is deplorable It fis even worse than 1893 These are cold hard undeniable facts The Sun regrets that it isI compelled to publish them but truth must prevail Ts Care CeU In Ois Day Take Laxative Bromo Qnlnine Tablets All druggNt refund the money If it falls to euro 26c As tho bell hnoy enables the mariner to avoid sunken rocks and shoals MO Dr nulls IIno Tar Honey wards on the norloun conse quence or a cough neglected It stops the cough and cure the cause 1 WM seriously afTected wllb cough for Kjtn Paid hundreds of dollar to doe tontod for medicine but rv rylklnir tithed until I tried nr hells PIne Tartoney This wonderful irmrdjr MtTrd mjr lire J 8 BOflKL GranUbnrf III DR BELL- SPineTarHoney la a guaranteed cur lot all throat lung and chcet troubles Including anttimn broncbltl La tlrlppe whooping cough croup tlldrIIIU ooel Dorn tt MM epos tlpt r pri t by Tk I E adlrl1rNiaa r r 4 uk tj UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our fi 500 Wntchea nt 800 t t 800 000 11 1000 700Ii I l 2000 1500 10000 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 nnd upward Alarm Clocks tit OOc nnd upward Fino Clocks tit 350 and upward A lute of Sterling Silver nUll 1latcil Ware suitable fur Well illflg Gifts nt proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near P Ot LEXINGTON KY u WI COLVJN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS 1W1Q18s1OO GrOGarS MT STERLING KY FLOYD BYRD A Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW je9 Abstracts of title furnished roller tion made and prompt returns cuurantecd nyMtHOWARD STAMPER A ATTOUXEYATLAW OAMPTON KY Will practice In the courts of Wolfe and the adjoining counties All business entrusted to ou cure will receive prompt attention G11A8 T1 BYRD ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY rCulleetionsakpccin- ltyW J SEITZ WITH W M KERR 00IOBBRR8 IV Hardware AlrlcuHural Im aMnls IEONTON 0 Lexington and Eastern Railway Tine Table Effect 1 1896 WEST BOUND I I I No6IDally Sunday Lexington 10 110 nm 4 35 pro pubWinchesterFairlle 8 64 am 2 00 pm Indian Fldi 8 37 am 110 p- mCIuyCity8 11 HU 11 40 laW Suntyn 8 10 nm 11 20 nm Filion 7 05 am 10 48 nm Dundee 7 43 am 10 17 am Nnt Ilridge 7 38 am 10 07 nm Torrent 7 24nra 0 H5 nm Ileattyvu Jc 7 03 nm 8 25 am Three ok C G 53 urn 8 00 am Athol 0 32 nm 7 18 a- mElkatawa0 08 nm 6 30 am Jackson 6 00 am 0 10 am EAST BOUND NoO STATIONS No2 Dally ex Dully Sunday IlexhlgtllUMl0 pm 0 30 nui Avon 2 47 pm 7 08 RIll Winchester 3 07 imi 8 10 am 3 2t pu 8 64 nm Indian Plds 3 37 poi 0 24 am Clay City I 3 M jun 11 4r nm pmFilson JmNatTorrent 4 61 pm 2 00 pro Beattyve Jc 6 11 pm 3 05 pro ThrecFkH lli 20 pm 3 25 pm pmElkaniwaI pmJaoktots NOH 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C d O Union depot at Lexington All freight trains arrive and depart from Netherlnnd JI LIVINGSTONVice and Gen Man elIAS SCOTT Oen Pass A- gentRiPANSPicked Without Glad qN 4Q Flvn CIN1S mpnnTebuleitsprrlnrelfromthod Icnlly put up fur the purnow of meeting thu unlniml modern demand for a low prlre MUKOTlONHTako one at OMWl or vial time or whenever you feel rlrHwaUoW It rbolowllh or without a They eur ill atnmrh trouble i lnlih mln I Induce tleen i prolong life An InTiuuaMo tonic lINt Hprlna Medicine Ko nutter whttf tile mittfT one will do you irooj One gn relief a cure will mult If dlntllonaaro followed Tne fl rodent parKiwrr1 arc tint yrt In llItO hAd of all dnak ra nltliough tU rollA 10 that amOtt any drotrlt will obUlr1 ulII whctirrgaratct- hyaeurlmm rtadopni any caoaatngln carton fontalflingtcntahulewilibeentpot tIIII1torflanSSpruce Mt New York Until tho irnod art thor pedtiersthem t I drum car frtocantbntldernt 11 dontilHIcartoonforhlJlby null for Klnl BirruMiTM rartoni for tttii S3 from 3MM eartonn fur lOOi Cute with DM order In every cur and might or fJInllcharges at tbobujcrtcott TIBLERSPILl1 OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES f A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as thoIBEST REMEDY for PILES HOLD BT ALL BKUOOIftTfli- ttMicrxieiAicaoiTPr irto co HI won THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QCIXCBV Drawer ISO Chicago Secre tary of the STAR ACCIDENT COMIAVV for Information regarding Accident Insur snce Mention tliU paper Ily co doing you cut save membership fee Has paid over JOOOC0300 i cciikntal injuries Bo your own Agent 110 MKUICAL rXAMlNATlON REQUIRED Winonestol Bank WINCHEaTEU KY N II WITIIEKSPOON President It n 1IUMTEU 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