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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1II t J r- ti i 1ct 111 4 t hiIfr tiE HAZEL G EEN HERALD j W II gEatabliahedbieroh 4 1885Kade iFamous in the Story Jonathano and Ills Continent by Max OReU t iffENCEIt COOPER Owner and Editor 1 1 Of a Xy World With Newt From All Nation ImtabMn j at HU sack rtW SOO A YEAR Always In Advance 115 F TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL 1 GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 11 1897 NUMBER 50 x 3 rr1llE HERALD t IAPPT InmalD Winter with its howling storm iSki lts fearful chilling bleat Nsw rilenced In annnr springtimes morn memory of the past l a hippy It remladsi us of days the saddest fat filli us with severest trembling chilli Jjut spring is here and we the gladdest jUel oar hearts with loy It thrill8 PITS of winters chilling blast Xhi Voidest of the year Hire caned their deeds with frozen glass dad left their stint on every enr Thick and fast the snow fell Catering the earth with a mantle of white It beats thunder such a swell Stealing upon qlln the night teod bye winter with your cold cruel darts Debate you deep down in our hearts Well welcome Spring with great delight Aaillte in her sunshine so glorious bright Tkt proud season of cheerful days With not so many changing wuys Ve welcome you in repining With your sunshine ever shining Hippy springtime is here robed in brightest story For that is the way it recites its story Toss it ever brings a cheer Aid that is why were glad Its here Dip of spring are brightest of all- tllet us rejoice both great and small Lane Ky BKNJ SKWKLL EYES f E Aroused People ire Now Upon H the New President 1 Mricaas Nay Be Given Some Drag Eat Lr They Will Yet Live to Pass f Judgment STRONG LAWS NEEDED A ipecial to the Cincinnati Enquirer by the Press Publishing Co New York World from Washington giving the views of lion Wm J Bryan is here with reproduced in THE HERALD The campaign of 1896 resulted in a ideepreadstudy of economic questions tad this study resolved itself into a con viction that something is wrong People may differ as to the proper rem iy but disease in the body politic must fe admittedThe people have so to speak JBRtoned a physician one reared and Vacated in the Republican school W while they have sufficient strength overcome tho effect of any drug which M7 be administered they also have ilcient intelligence to determine by periment whether their condition is ftovedor made werae by tho treat I Mt JO KINDS OF POLITICAL FHY8ICIAHB fe carry the figure a little further iUlcal physicians may be divided into clasoei namely Those who seek to prove existing conditions and those W leek U reconcile mankind to the existT whoa a complaint Made endeavor to discover the cause judge of ita merits while others en MTor to silence complaint by compel a Slthe people to submit without re trAnce no matter how much they rfiiso not know that I can describe the ill fence better than by suggesting that JJe attempt to cure hunger by increas fcv i the quantity of food while others gftatnend that the stomach be coned until it fits the food iHE PRESIDENTS RESPONSIBILITIES Ltlaose who in state and nation are in 5 ted with legislation will be hold re- ableItii for the manner in which they y with the questions which now con Sjjt our people Without excluding Jw questions from consideration I we to call attention to twoth- ery question and the trusts jj the money question first The con Between bimetallism and gold mono llism has begun aud will not end one system or the other secures a i lete triumph g5Teryis now in an intermediate state TJfsgold has a monopoly of mint priv i standard silver dollars are a full tender for all debts public and JMte except where they are specific r4ontracted against W CAN NOT STAY PERMANENTLY W WHERE IT is ret can not be left in this position y relltoredtoor relegated to the 11mitedFrom 1792 down to 1873 goldand sit Theyworea ra tio at first 15 to 1 and afterward 16 to 1 without discrimination against either metal and atlustcharge for mintage Bimetallists 8yatcmrestoring metallism as it existed prior to 1873 favor the opening of the mints ef the United States to the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the present legal ratio of 16 to 1 without waiting for the aid or consent of any other nation DEBTORS HAVE RIGHTS AS WELL AS CREDITORS The right of the debtor to select the coin of payment is a part of bimetallism and this right is lodged with the debtor whether the debtor is a private individ ual or the government National bank notes are redeemable in lawful money and during the war the banks exercised the right to redeem their notes in tho lawful money which was the cheapest namely greenbacks It should also be remembered that during the war the government exercised the right to discharge its coin obligbtions in the coin which was the cheaper at that time namely gold CONTRARY TO PUBLIC POLICY The prohibition of special contracts iis also necessary to bimetallism If the public welfare requires the use of two metals as standard money then it is certainly contrary to public policy to allow one metal to be demonetized by private contract Specialcontracts create an extraordi nary demand for the kind of money con tracted for and tend to destroy the pari ty and put a piera im upon the money designated in the contract The interest of all the people who use money should not be sacrificed in order to give an unfair advantage to those who loan moneyNO COMPROMISE NOW POSSIBLE There is no compromise ground be tween bimetallism and gold monometal ism Some have objected to the ratio of 16 tt 1 but they have not endeavored to secure bimetallism at any other ratio Some opposo independent action by the United States but aid from other na tions is so remote a possibility that dependent upon international bimetallism is equivalent to the advocacy of gold monometallismGREENBACKS NATIONAL BANK NOTES Besides deciding between monometal lIam and bimetallism the American people must decide between greenbacks and national bank notes Most of the monometallista favor na tional banks of iissue while nearly all bimetallists prefer the greenbacks as we have them today and are in favor of driving the national banks out of the business of issuing money For years the national banks were con tent with their privileges and left the greenbacks undisturbed but they have recently commenced an attack upon gov ernment paper under the pretense that the issuing of paper money is a part of the work of banks They insist that the government should to use their language go out of the banking business THE PEOPLE MUST ISSUE MONEYNOT- Till BANKS Now that the issue is wised a compar ison will be made between the two sys ems and I feel confident that this com parison will lead the American people- to the conclusion that the issue of money whether metallic or paper In a part of the work of government and they will then demand that the banks shall go out of the government business Ihave merely stated the financial problem as it now presents itself To avoid tho issues raised is impossible to post pone their settlement will only prolong the period of agitation to err in their treatment is to invite the wrath of an awakened people TRUSTS The trust has few open defenders It lives because it has numerous secret but influential friends Its existence is not only a menace to the nationalwelfare but an impudent denial of tho ability of the government to protect its citizens Jefferson said that one of the main duties of tho government was to restrain men from injuring ono another Never was it more necessary than now for the government to exercise this restraining power All admit that the physically those who are physically strong and yet the strongest man is scarcely twice as powerful ns the average man Now when improved machinery and associated wealth make a single corpora tiort a thousand times as strong some times as the average individual is it not right and necessary to protect the pecu niarily weak from injury at the hands of those who are pecuniarily powerful THEY ARK AGAINST PUBLIC POLICY There are HO many arguments which can be made against the trust that one scarcely knows with which argument to beginIt is a grow injustice to leave the peo plo at the mercy of a coal trust an oil trust a sugar trust a coffee trust or any other trust which can control the price of an article of necessary consumption and then extort millions from the con sumersIt as much the duty of the govern ment to protect society from these insti tutions as it is to afford protection against the highwayman or burglar and yet I am not sure but there are arguments oven stronger than the argument direct ed against the amount of extortion The fact that a trust ran drive a mer chant out of business if he refuses to join with the trust threatens to make a complete change in business methods It li8 impossible to conceive of a more demoralizing condition than that in which the merchant is compelled to choose between bankruptcy on the one head and conspiracy against the welfare of society on the otherC- ORRUPTING TO OUR POLITICS Under such conditions honesty indus try and business ability count for noth ing merit is punished and wrong is en thronedIf stronger argument can be found against the trust it is found in its cor rupting influence upon politics A small per cent of the unjust profits gathered in by great trusts will make such a large contribution to a campaign fund that the party which received the contribu tion is likely to manifest bnt little disposition to kill the hen that lays the golden egg The head of the augar trust once testified that the trust contributed to the Republican campaign fund in Republican states to the Democratic campaign fund in Democratic states and to the campaign funds of both parties in doubt ful states Are these donations merely an evidence of devotion to the polities principles of all parties or are they made as a business investment for the purpose of purchasing immunity from just pun ishment LEXOW TRUST INQUIRY COMMENDED The recent trust investigation in New York has brought out much valuable in formation Aside from business methods and the size of the profits the public has learned that the salaries of trust officials increase in size as tho memories of those officiate decrease in retentiveness Bui after all investigations only fur nish information They do not correct evils Newspapers can spread the infor mation before the public and can assist in the building up of public sentiment but at last the people themselves though their representatives in the legislative executive and judicial branches of the government must secure the relief which they desire HOW MONOPOLY BECOMES SECURE Legislators who secretly favar trusts will not legislate against them execu tive officers who secretly favor trusts will not enforce the laws against them judges who secretly favor trusts will not interpret laws to their disadvantage When the people are sufficiently earnest in their determination to exterminate the trusts then and not until then will the trusts disappear NEW LAW SUGGESTED Afl a means to an end I suggest that a r p j law making it a penal offense for any corporation to contribute directly or in directly to any campaign fund will aid legislation trust laws when enacted A movement against the trusts IllS already been started in some of the states I have no doubt that the move ment will continue gathering strength M it progresses until the antitrust forces finally camp upon the shores of the Potomac and control the national government W J BRYAN KENTUCKYS Eleven CoBareunua Hal laadry Little BUh Peulei tills tie Feature Although exCongressman John H Wilson affirms that there is not nearly so much intellect in the present congress as there was back in 1890 when Asher Caruth and myself wore here the members of the Bluegrass delegation have nevertheless accomplished some little legislation for the good of Kentucky in I the Besalon now closing The following are the principal bills introduced by Kentucky members individually during the Fifthfourth congress John K Uendrick 1 bill to prevent speculating by officers of the United States u bill to prevent speculation or purchasing of claims against the United States a bill to regulate instruction of judges in trial of jury cases in the courts n bill to erect bridge across the Cum berland and Tennessee rivers a bill for tho erection ef a public building at Pa- ducah and fiftysix pension bills John D ClardyA bill to erect n pub lic building at Hopkinsvillo a bill to erect a now lock at Spottavillo and twenty seven pension bills W Godfrey Hunter A bill to erect a public building at Bowling Green and eleven pension bills John W Lewis A bill to erect a pub lic building at Elizabethtown a bill to improve Sal triver a bill to erect a public building at Lebanon and fortyeight pea sion bills Walter Evana A bill to allow storing of distilled spirits in special bonded warehouses the Bottling bill a bill for thin disposal of the real estate of in sane persons in the District of Columbia a bill to protect tho wages and property of interstate commerce employes a bill for the relief of the volunteer soldiers homo a bill for the erection of a monu mont to Abraham Lincoln a bill relating to the ceding of tho old customhouse theIerection of a rostrum in tho Louisville national cemetery a bill for the relief of tho L N railway a bill to amend laws relative to the sale of forfeited opium a bill to continue joint select committee on alcohol in the arts and sixty pension bills A S DerryA bill donating cannon to Fort Thomas and mounting of same a bill to create an eastern judicial dis trict in the state of Keatucky an act to pension army nurses a bill for the erec tion of a public building at Newport a bill to assist tho usefulness of theaters a bill for the erection of a public build ingat Carrol ton and sixtyone pension billsW 0 Owens A bill to establish a cavalry post at Fayetto county a bill to erect a public building at Georgetown a bill to amend the law relative to holding of real estate by national banks a bill for the erection of a public building at Paris and twentyone pea sion bills James B McCreary Eighty pension billsSamuel J Pugh Fiftynine pension billsJoseph M KendallA bill to improve the channel of tho Big Sandy a bill relative to terms of circuit and district courts at Jackson a bill to complete lock and dam at tho three forks of Ken tucky river a bill for the relief of the Kentucky Three Forks battalion and- eighty pension bills Jnvid G Colson A bill to build a road to the national cemetery in Pulaski county and fiftynine pension bill N T Hopkins did not indroduce any measures Ta Cire Cell la OIB Day Take Laxative Bromo QninUe Tablets All druggists refand the raasey if itfails to cure 25c rC- 1 j averaar Brailey Oalli Ua Extra faaaknu t Proclamation State of Kentucky Ex ecutive department Whereas the last general assembly of the coaraoawealtk of Kentucky failed to enact laws acces sary to the greater safety and protection of life and property against mebvloleaeelawhereas said body likewise failed to provide for the payment of the aUnCidebt necessary expenditures of govern moot and appropriations curtailing ef expenses the essential administration of public affairs and the passage of Much other needed legislation by reason of all which expenses are net diminished the revenue of the state wasted Its credit impaired and human life and property denied proper protection therefore I re gard this as an extraordinary occasion and by virtue of the authority vested lame as governor of said commonwealth hereby convene the general assembly aforesaid at Frankfort tho seat of gov ernment whore it will meet on March 13 1807 to continue in session as much as sixty days Hero follows a list of 42 subjects which the governor urges upon theme bens and will be published in our issue next week Done at the capitol in Frankfort Ky on this the fish day of March 1897 iu tho 105th year of the commonwealth State Seal Attached WILLIAM 0 BRADLEY Extra Session af Goigrau Called President McKinley on Saturday II sued a proclamation convoking congress in extra session Monday March 1C The proclamation in full is as follows 1 By the President of the United States of America A Proclamation Whereas Public interests require that the congress of the United States should be convened In extra session at 12 oclock on the fifteenth day of March 1897 to receive such communication as may bo 1 made by the executive Now therefore I William McKinley 1 president of tho United States of Amer ica do hereby proclaim and declare that an extraordinary occasion requires the J congress of the United States to convene in extra session at the capitol in the city of Washington on the fifteenth day of ilnrcb 1897 at 12 oclock noon of which all persona who shall at that time be en titled to act as members thereof are hereby required to take notice Given under my hand and tho seal of the United States at Washington on the sixth day of March in tho year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninetyseven and of the independence of tho United States the one hundred and twentyfirst WILLIAM MCKINLEY By the President JOHN BARMAN iSecretary of State A Oarraetlai I see in a recent issue of THE HKKILIV an item concerning my marriage also stating that as a celebration of the event I had renounced the doctrine I bad been advocating in the pulpit and through the Bible Sword and had united with the Baptist church Now I wish to say that those statements concerning BO changing my religious affiliations are false and just why any one would wil fully manufacture and repert to TUB HERALD such alto is something that I can net understand I am in the field preaching most of the time hence the delay of this correction and by the help of God I hope to continue preaching this gospel of unity or doctrine of Christ till I die I notice that several papers have copied tho other Item and I hope they will do me the kindness to copy this also RespectfullyJ D HusTLn Wiaa ef Oarial fir Weak Women Women who are weak have only tbemIselves to blame Wine of Cardui will relieve them but nobody can make them take if- But ti why should any woman suffer when there is no need for It T Why should she endure tho misery that access panies irregular monthly periods Whykyshould the lifesapping drains go on i r when there is a sure way to stop them tF f i McElreefl Wine of Cardni iUcurii S Jany disease that copes under they heRd I I ef female troubles It makea worsen tfr beautiful by waking them well Itkaapa j iJt j then yell by keeping them young nM k sehi atragIv1ll1 tl 00 pw tettta jjo i iIi i F d i 3fSiffii ii C i it0 u r- r i I T 4 A TRIBITFROMl THE EN MY1 tariff Jt4frm IUre eore4 MarK TrlqSph oBtho Moiij SoliSulC roaeJ1hejiouse of representatives wns by nil oddsI flue most Interesting surd enlightening disclosure that the tariff hearing ban cnlled out if indeed lt Is not the most important contribution to tariff litera ture and thought that has appearedi brace GfoveY CI6velands celebrated uiriffjncssugc ofJSb j It was a genuine surprise It wns a tcrriblOBhockl totlfU Til tint leal protcca tlonist It wan tIt highest tribute to the principle of tnrlffTeforn tliateonld be paid Between the position of the free trades as the protectionist press denominates tariff reformers nod the woolen tnnntilicturcrs as represented by Mr North there isscnrcely one iota of practical difference In other words j the woilen iiinnufniUirqr spcnlfing thrulgtl ftljelrt olllejnl representative proclaim to the world their acceptance of the policy of the free traders This llit n great advance towards the final nnd satisfactory settlement of the turn- question Tlvcjcorncr stone of the tnriff reform structure was free wool That was the key Note of President Clevelands tariff mesfhgc In 1887 The center of opposi t lOll to tl1 rift reform wart massed against free wooli The free trader + accepting the enemys designation of tariff re formers said that free wool would be n boon to the people because it would give them cheaper and better clothing thnt it would be n boon for the manu facturer becauae It would enlarge and cheapen the supply of raw material rand that it would tint injure the Ameri IIIpurledI t homcclnp that the American grower wonlillta likely to be brnefited by the building upof the American wdolon imm uuftlurinRJn ltiHtrlcH Irlsi ell Clcvulandset forth thee views nine years agq nnd they were committed with fciieh tntcnsiiy by liotji the manu facturer and hegrower that for very consistency extreme views in the op puMtu direatlon were Incorporated Into the MeKliiley law What Is Mr Norths icntbjioiiy tOdayV We quote from the projw report of his speech Never until ho hud had experience under free wool did tilt numufaetunr tthotht OltHidvnntngtt Im sufforcd under a duty and the linpoN lhlllly of nay I pensatory duty offaettlnK these oQIII nnt rue cnncuntratlon of purchaser upon till woon which can he bought miller the duty iuerl esPa the price nomtMirod with that which would be paid I If nil wool were available and the course of f Jfft market uncles fret wool has indicated thnt the enhancement of the price In about four rents per pound A duty has another iITeet In cheapening the price of till wool which cannot lie Importer no that tho for PWCII mmuifaeturer added to nil tho other id vnn tafias which Ho naturally POSMOHMVV U able to jet hllll wool cheaper from u cause taro +e1ttk Indlrwily oat of the duty All the restrictions of the old law were put there Mr North ItmlntrO to cinbiurnHS Hid Impede the manufacturer In hiM choleo of wool Thoy have that effect and lire thus addition dlMidvantaKcs for which he KOtH tio equivalent Mr Notch declared that theso restrlRtloim were not required Iwauae there wan hardly any oecnpntlon for which tho npportunltks were so few tie In the sole of wool It wns races +ary he believed to r elte thene filets that lon r11 and the Amer Icnn people should underHtand tho econom ic dsudvantaKex of u duty on wool The maiidfflcturcrx did not appear to resist the restoration of n wool duty They wore wlllhiy to make sacrifices III order tint thoIi policy of protection might apply to all I prtMlnntn that need protection lhllInrrreed In i Ivance ton de reo of protection 1rhc1 1 s lireItOUBdrtelopcdiuroIndispensable Anydutlotvon wool the ipur porQ pf which was to exclude aunt pro hibit lie Importation would restrict fill Amerlenirnmnufattiirer to such fabrics an cloth produced from dOmcstk wqoU Thot cfreet of such restriction woiild he to In vreatt thb Importation of foreign wools In manufactured form and dlmlnlMh the de mand for American wools and the employ ment of American machinery Mr Jsortiv declared tint po Ainorlcan manufacturer bought rorclpn wool for any jiurpose fox which ho counl use domodtlc wool and that foreign wool waa not used to displace American and that while it did natdlRplace It Its Importation Increased tho inarkyt for American woq- lPrcUy substiiiilial ttlsttniany In favor of free tsobL is It not A thorough tai kiivledglueilt of the lorretUl 0 the ptMiition of the free traders is it not I It must be remembered that Mr North is no mere ttheorist as he once regarded JliMidcnt Cleveland and Roger Q Mills William L Wilson wad other free graders lie Is not an emissary flout the Cobden club paid by British gold lie is the representative and spokesman of the practical men in business lie t the seeretnryof the Wool Manufactur preCtttiJie practical wool manufacturers And x 110 theorizing free trader has put the arguments for free wool stronger thou did Mr North for tic manufacturers They arc converted to thin belief in the vury foundation of ivtfJir reform free l1nlctJeullcXIlrlencc years have been most unfavorable to business experiments of any kind We regard this confession as the most striking effect that the campaign of ed ucation has produced Sound Wens upon economic policies have bell driven into the hcndtt ot the most virulent enemies of tariff reduction ltIs1 an encoimiKlng 111I It cannot fall to have an effect Jor good u1onUIos who wdult plunge J titan country Into protective hmtlnm j gtta It lends to the hope and belief fY S aL I1 that tietimo may not be long distant when manu aeiurjiyjNcw England will JilihniV wljSt i ilti before the strong hWdf frfttmde iitiAraerlcarUtlca YfOblrer PROMISES AND PIE CRUSTS Republican Campaign lie In the Light uf JUt slngloiiing the expectations of its friends in the matter of improving conditions We were asSiircdthat after the sliver scare was titan end business would pickup andnctivlty would be resumed In branches of commerce and industry nilIII fact it wax said that noticing u restoration of normal conditions ex cept the sliver vrrnxe which it was al leged had dcsttoycd public confidence nod created uncertainty trod disturbance Nobody now contends that nor mal conditions have been restored or thht tlicrC is anyprospectof thelrenrly restoration Anybody who would make Mich n contention would be compelled to admit that normal conditions are aboutIOf course under ordinary clrcutn stancc the fair thing would be to wait until the new administration bad been afforded an opportunity to poi some remedial legislation = on tho tatuto hook assuming that legislation iis a good thing for a diseased condition of business but the circumstances of the present case arc not ordinary Wo were told that nothing was needed to restore prosperity but confidence just confidence and thnt the only way and the sure way to create cojifldeiicc was to elect McKinley Nothing was said about waiting for legislation or even for the majors inauguration his elec tion wiis pledged to do the business The Buffalo Times admits that the election of McKinley did not cause tho recent burl failures and the general as pestthas his election verified in the slightest degree the predictions made by his or Fan and their assistants that conn deuce would be at once restored gold would conic out trout its hiding prices mills would reopen the avenues of employment would multiply wages would rise nndpnec and plenty be our portion evermore Other papers refer to this matter in similar terns and this indi cafes that general expectation btfnkctl the majors election as the thing Ion in realization of earnest promises create confidence and restore prosperity Wo fancy therefore that n vast number of people hue by this time readied time conclusion that it is much easier to vote for a thing than to get it after voting for it and that there Is a great deal of piccrustiness about re publican campaign promibod milt hum ton X Y Lender COMMENTS OF THE PRESS A tariff for revenue for monopi lien is about the McKinley IdellSt Louis PostDispatch A New York Palmer declares thitt the reason for so mutiny cabinet declina tions is the unpopularity of Mark Han na But so mug as McKinley truly loves him whats the odds Albany Aijrus oCIlIllmnllrntcrstutu reputation to sustain will go into lit willingly Hun of them arc forced into it they will get out before tho end of the term There is danger ahead lhecIs tot one of them who canIlIlUt JoulilyoltU1Hlntehto e of the committee on ways and means now working on a new jtiirjiY bill to ikeepthe results of their delibcratiojis sccrot until they are prcsented tothe nex fcon gress The hearings = though may give thetuntter away on the principle tliatia man is known by the company hue keeps Cincinnati Inquirer rTJlu amount of misinformation and don nrlglit falsehood that has been placed Before the ways stud means com mittee during the tnrltrhenrhl would bo astounding to anybody who wits not familiar with the methods always em ployed by Interested persons to extract greijter favors front the government than they hose any good reason to oak for Irovidenec Iolllnnl- hllhmilMcl1lY I waN never the bug bear of the republican party At tills time contradictions between i their promises anil performances are worry ing them legs than ever JIIln1sc cured power by a light on the currency 1 Issue they propose to exult an extra sea sion orCcongress not to reform the cur rency butt to eruct a higher tariff Another insoiisistency in their attitude is the ground on which they argue fort higher tariff to raise prices Yet tho effect of tim former McKinley tariff wns asserted by them to have been lower IUCcNInhH City Times Kronomy the Tiling Needed Republican statesmen are filling the schemes to increase the Ilupelswlth to raise money to pay the expenses of the government The people are already paying more taxes than they ole able to pay liven Sec retary Morton goldite declares there is no use of lncreasliu the burdens of the people by increasing their taxes lle ducc the expenses of the government let the policy be blot e economy and less tnxnttoncr A rcturi to Jeftersoiiiaa simplicityis needed More thas anything else in governmental attain dt this tlbe Exchange I I SLAMDER 1 Xckclt Insult to the Ilonciity and Lntelll jgThoserecently in St Paul and failedItcs Mr Eckels comment down of their institutions Eckels telegraphed th hew York Journal concerning the fall ure of the Columbia national that Iit closed because ol want of immediate ly convertible assets which were tin u accumulation of a period when for tunes were made by the mechanical act of marking up the price of town lots 1 PauIe s I I t cored several more of its timehonored 1 and supposedly safe institutions butt these to the mind of this very smith man who occupies n large iinicMint of rpacc in the public minl were doubt less mere sporadic affairs and have no general significance However Eckels did say thnt cxiftiii condi tions made it harder than ever to do business but it was most fixed in Ecklcs mind that the failures hoc como at the end of long years of In flation to which must be added the ng gravating effects of four years of agita Lion of fiscal policies foreign complica tions and tariff measures Then he adds a dose of Jollying saying In tho light of things dono and tho things attempted to be done the wonder Is not that tho failures have been so many but thnt they have been so few It nilI hears testimony to the fact that despite our frequent disregard of wholesome buss ness principles we yet remain an exceed ingly rich and prosperous people a people BO rich that Mulhall the grout lICngllsti sta tistician recently said of us that In tho year 185 the people of the United State must bo considered as the richest people of either ancient or modern Union with their wealth increasing at the rate of J70CO 000 day1Ite thing to lie oald of RckelsisI I that the country is heartily sick of him of his everlasting twaddle and of hl constant protuinecre in the public ut tcntion and the one sincere hope is that the last will be heard of him who I the McKinley administration gets in Eckels slanders the honesty Iud the intelligence of the country when he ig noses the fact that conditions brought about by legislation over which our honest business men have no control have been and arc the cause of time finan cia I troubles of the country Accord lug to Eckels and the rest of the gout standard school mismanagement and bad methods are the cause of nil tile thousands of business wrecks strewnI over the land This mattes of our intelligent business community Ares eat and past utter numbskulls and Ecallawngs It is a beautiful estimate to place on the country on time ener getic and hardworking merchant who has seen his sales dwindle below the living point and been obliged to close the careful prudent business man+ whose profits constantly fell until capital and business were swallowed up the builder who could build no more because people could neither build a new nor repair an old building the manufactories closed or men dis charged because the country is glutted with manufactured products which the people though needing thor never so much have no mousy with which ttoI buy they have no money because tit products which they sellor their labor are below the cost of production for the one and there is no employment for the other nt any price It is the failures of these trout such causes not timed own fault that tills federal olliccr calls sporadic aid attributes entire I ly to speculation lint this man Eckcia has been beor the country tot a long time and the sizeup of him in the pub lie mind is that of a very cheap bugle blowerIt time for the passing of Eckels AliniiCapolh Penny Press u CURRENCY REFORM Itnelielurtes of tinIriMiit SjMtiiu Seek tu Improve It The deliberations end recommenda tions of the socalled monetary conference lately in session nt Indianapolis deserve the attention anti respect usu ally given to purely ex pane utterances mud no mote A grout share of the gen tlemen there gathered have it is true given much thought to the science of money though perhaps more to the science of its accumulation and are perhaps fitly to be regarded as expert students of the currency question Nevertheless that does not put their findings above criticism Many of them are beakers or intimately associ uted with investment companies All were selected by boards of trade cham bers of commerce or bodies of tilde distinctly capitalistic character In their belief the dollar which most will contribute to their proiit is the dollar which increases in value and by formally declaring for the maintenance of the single gold standard to the exclu sion of even international bimetallism they have put themselves on record as demanding such a dollar We have no doubt that this gathering of financiers will be pointed to with awe by a certain class of journals as comprehending the most successful and expert monetary scientists in time land men who handle millions men to whom widows nnd orphans confide their little savings for thrifty management The commission of 11 which they will ap point to make recommendations to con veryfountaini its creation will be hailed as n step toward taking the money question out of politics n certain element in our so ciety by the way teems to be trying to i C take every publicquestion o ut of poll tics tha tils array from the people management and turning It Aver tic those who can wake a profit ouioflU ituanngemcnt But this line of argument has never proved very convincing to thc gees felct that the line between democracy and oligarchy consists very largely in keep tug those issues in politics It has oeI eurrcd to them that the taxppyer has fmc rights which Inxcatcra must b forced to respect That the shipper by a railroad hats rights coequal with those of the stockholders And now that the clamor for putting the reform of the currency in the hands of n commission n of experts rises so Jouc1lt will b e urged that borrowers homer rights as well as lenders and tint the great1 masses of the people for whom the cur 4reuey is merely i tool of trade are not likelyI to consent Unit its managementI be left wholly to those whom Itls en tirely a stoners of income The Indianapolis programme must be recognized for what It isthe formal 1 expression of the wishes of the money lending clnssesN Y Journal PROSPERITY HALTS Even the ColilbuR Irrnii Begins to I Our Inliiultou Currency System At lust remarks the Illinois State Register it seems to be dawning on t1 uiinds of eastern golditcs that there i something wrong with the sound money system thnt the goldites proph soled would immediately bring about confidence nnd prosperity ah01il- rite people elect McKinley president Tho New York World nn able as sistant in securing the election of Me KhmleyI is a1armcd at the delay in the return of the chariot of prosperity and charges flint Mulvinloy is responsible It says limo failure of 25 hunks within a forts night with till tho Injury to business and distress to Individuals which this Implies decs not seem to has o made any Impressloi Theynview to two things onlya higher tarin and a speedy division of the olllccn During the campaign Mr McKlnloj frequently repented the preposterous par bran platitude that our currency system created by the grand old republican party was the best In the world and nitifit bt kept so And yet every student of finance and Indeed every Intelligent business man knew that this chaotic system with Ih ulna kinds of currency nil Imsud like a JIB pyramid standing on Its apex upon a pro carious reserve of gold subject to depletion at the will of speculators Is the worst maintained by any civilized commercial nationIt a monetary panic that arrested prosperity In 1K 3 It Is distrust of tho currency that has helped powerfully In paralyzing Industry since that time It was upon time Issue of sound money chiefly that the presidential campaign was fought and won And yet train the closing of tho polls until now neither McKinley nor any man who line been near to him tins said u word Indicating on appreciation of the need ot currency reform or any purpose to try to reform It or of securing retrenchment In expenses nnd rest from agitation Tc ini I tress monopolies by shutting out for clgn competition and to tux consumer moro heavily without Increasing the ruv vnues appear to have been their onlj thoughts Meanwhile hanks In the west contlnut to fall unused money Is piled up In the cast and business tries In vain to guess whcrt iho tariffripping will leuvo It Yhutnori proscMR WOLCOTTS MISSION A Hopeful View of tho thuucr for In ttTimtloiml lllinctiilllsi- uJ will Interest people on all sides ol the finance question to learn thut then seems to he quite an amiable feeling amoiig Englishmen toward Mr 101- cult of Colorado who went to England byluternutluualcott took the initiative in the latest effort fur an international conference and in spite of the fuel thus he has had but an obscure position before the Brit isti public heretofore his greeting hud ulen very friendly The London National Itevlcw now points out that many Englishmen will bo find to uphold Mr Balfours lauds in nay effort he may make to secure uu uiYectivu conferencu of the commercial powers As the principal creditor na tuiii it is iirgued that Ureat Britain Is principally interested in establishing a pnr of exchange between silverusing anil gold usfug countries Certainly she would be the lust nation to consent ti any plan which threatened to go too fur on the side of free silver There arc in the present cabinet many members who woiild gladly subscribe to the poll cy which would permit the reopening of time Indian taints at the sums time securing n safe standard for interna tional exchange The National lieview declares that in tho present cabinet a majority are fa Soluble to bimetallism by international agreement There are nine members among then Mr Uoschcn nnd Mr Bui four who arc outspoken for the plan Lord Salisbury is said to be benevo lent toward it while eight other mem hers are open to conviction or uncer tuiu Sir Michael HicksBeach is the one non actively opposed If thcso net lure correctly stated the prospects for the new efforts for international agreement tire much more encouraging that souse people have supposed Chi cago Record Shouldnt Sneer at Sound Money Mr Walker chairman of time hpuso hutsiIndianapolis monetary conference Mr Wnlkcr ought to understand that every IIiII A LITTLEr NONSENSE Ir the Art SchoolSpy76W man hoe you any thumb tnchsty No bug lhavtfsonie finger uaihvsYnle KecordF I found a lend pencil this morn ing That Isnt very remarkable Well but it had one of those safety Docket holders otkitYale Record He Richly Deserves Itlfuy we i theiTiIebiiue Hello Handle fur what was your hurry when youAcainejn on your wheel today 1 I never saw you work so hard I wanted to get home before my cyclo meter got iij to 50 unites I never per mlt myself to ride immure than that in n- dufluthA new and interesting fight Is suet on the disputed ntithorship of the Ho merle poems by the delightful answer given by n schoolboy in a recent exam ination nod quoted in the Daily News vit is sold tint writing was not invented 1when Homer composed his poems lIe must therefore hoer lives n good deal later London Tablet Lawyer Sow Mr Thrift de thatIyou charged 1113 client the defendant with stealing Farmer goes into thecsomeschickens like those 1II seJ funllerThrift resuming The cJiickcuB imp took are not the only ones I have had YIicralddAn old Scotchwoman was dying The storm was raging without the wind was howling and the ruin dashing against the window panes They were gathered II rOil Id her bell I maun dee doetorl maun dee Ay ay Im mickle feart yere gamin Weel weel the Lords will be done But its an throughthe A VOLCANIC WONDERf The Largest District of Tills Sort Io rut oil In thc Xorthwesl entire absence of The easilyrecog nized volcanic craters in the eastern hart of time United States has tended to acute the impression that in volcanoes this country is below the average Hilt to dispel this notion it IK only necessary to snake a trip through the northwest In Washington Oregon California Ne vada and Idaho is the largest volcanic district in the world The Lasscn peak volcanic ridges + tim most general lea mire in the district resulted chiefly from superficial accumulations of muteriul thrown out front within the earth oiifj plied up in mountain masses about the point of exit From the summit of Lasscn peak looking northeast a lark and desolate lava field and crater are pointed out as the Cinder Cone This may be comfortably reached on horseback but a Jumping outfitt is ice essary as there is no settlement near the place Approaching the region the traveler first encounters a sprinkling of the fine volcanic sand nod small bits of dark I rown pumice spread on the ground This increases as he goes until the snarl gives character to the whole luau senIle imparting a dull dark blue to the soft earth and Tchdering travel rlifllcult When first seen on nearer viewj Cinder cone gives the impression of newness One looks in yainforKtcun rising from the crater and feels disap pointed at seeing none Charred trunks of trecshttcst the great heat of the place in recent times hut one cannot fluid on the living t tees a trace of Volcanic sand that might lmuu e lgdgei in knot holes as it fell The dull somber aspect of the slopes is greatly relieved on the southeast side by the carmine itntl ofmigecolored Lnpilli ito that from n distance It ins Ithe pleasing hues of n sunset The strangeness of the scene Is great lyI enhanced by tic almost apnipleteab sence of vegetation Only two small bushes cling upon the outer slopes to give life to the bifrren cone No White maivor Indian now living is known in have been an eye witness to the erup tion and it must be remembered taut melt an eruption would not leave the people of t lint region in doubt as to what was happening A number of persons now tiring1 in the Sacramento valley who crossed the emigrant trail at time buse of thC cono in 1855 say that the lonely bushes growing scar the summit were niltparently as large as now Whatever may be the historical testimony ns to the time of the eruption the geologic evidence clearly shown it before the be inning of this century X Y Jour lint Ho Huil Mount It When two bodies come together sud scaly there is invariably a sound Vul some sort Now Iin the case of human beings I know yelled the little boy in the corner that nobody supposed woo listening Willie Ohwl1l 1 guess I olknow an it nil depends on whether they are mar ried or not- WUlic There was more severity in the tone this time but It failed to have Lilly ap preciable effect- Sometimes its n smack and some times Its n 8att he persisted it tii yourtryiniurvor wrculknow it Chicagol Post yiiV IPuPw Wv yIw I v T r i 1 10 r fj I lIE FARMING WORLD PROFIT IN SIiEErrIC Vjf otaRc Accruing to tho Farmer Who t IOIIBCMCH a Flock Within the vfu Feats sheep hay been defends and attacked from nl1 uarjcrs having strong defenders Imc1 lersisleut enemies owing to the ugltn Bf aioa of the wool question in politics but fcUtvlpgI out of consideration the ques ipticn of wool as a sourco of profit ther nft other advantages in keeping sheet f which ore admitted by all If a farme n d Yysold his sheep nt their actual cost 110111 derive a profit There Is bu Wtle risk in shceJljnxecltettohl dlaoas vi cr enemies as tfiey jiyycq n profit frpr tefernl sources The first n1cantng p scssed by t1JI farther who has I t II heck of sbofP IjthflItilizntldnor wnst 1fptlucts Sheep will consume much t1tt other ntilmnls will flat accept and will keep d illt 1rvcctls thiiseaviifglaboI I iofthc farmer who hU1I118 fiqlds ovei rtuby weeds front Fecltlwhlcharectr iifl bywinds to his cultivate1 fluids I PJ rpnrc contented on scanty pasture- preferring the short grass to that wliicl I Jong and by grazingjyery close they i t npletely destroy theMeeds that wouhl l I tcnvise tarttaganc A largo portion f oiftthelr food really costs the farme I nothing luring the summer and with f snplter from storm they are less llablil 4 io ilj rnse than olher nlltntnli Hthc 1 clubs come Lady apil are sired by pure rhrcd rams of the inntton breeds ttle- ykiJ1 more than pay the cost of the foe ffjfal sheep the first year The farmer who vikeeps sheep for wool only will continiu iio turn his sheep out nUll meet with losses but the tine who alms to make n profit from nil sources provided by tin fijibok will use precautions for safety tTl11llfromi lmking sheep pnyefln1If they have I fljen given somqtling more thnn the iiickingsiof the farm Hiev will be in fgood condition in the full to begin the wjutor A fioek can be kept at hut lit tie expense its sheen will utilize HlrI iiips ensilage fodder tiny and be snt1 idled with a small allowance of Farmers who will begin with good MuHp and use purebred rams can al wjhys secure a fair profit hut the profit I toft in the soil from tho droppings iIs t one of the most important items as the sheepsave the rnrnHr till laborof hauling manure and npply tlui droppings tulle soil better thou lie can ltlaJiii rjftst approved ahplinuccsPhilatlel phia JJccord 4 1 BOYCOTT THE SCRUB Itmnett Nut luy tylVod Inferior Stoctt of try Kind Scrub stork may be a luxury enjoyed bVjSomc farmers who refuse or neglect to breed to purebred firis a iiscluas folly only forbook fanners and ejpej rhiicnt stations but we see an excellent object Its uIit11l Lie Strnk Report merring to feeding studs in times ot depression It shows thuVnecosKltyof ooycottlnj the scrub and selecting good ghulcs to feed yJiichAwas uarcntnor- ciporfnntthan now null this shoitid drive the scrub sto k from the American farms and fiiduce farmers who think 1I1uospcrl1mbicll hlghgTlldlrnlll 101tiHthe feeding of inferior stock should be Avoided it is now and in placing their ijnttle in the feed lots we jstrongly nd e feeders foj sdlevtoldy suds iJtouiJ Jjl ran be safely depended upon to make Mod use of the feed given it and return ifjpr profits for the time labor and 2 fitting4tiformarkettoci 5iPn compared with faLcatlle prices Tiia is because supplies are light jia is good ones Hut it is usually wtterin the end to pay well for n good LartleIe rather than take a poor one he feS l c itJK cheap and even If we hro ton l ln v prices rain next year as a re fWJUotlhe abundance of feel we con ie9NMly believe prim cattlewill sell at hi4li1ItHI ffeS profitfk f COMBINATION HOUSE L1outtryL PtrrcTCil 7 COMBINATION HOUSE tli I hogshel Uyprk ShoPthe latter lieIngthione end- ne of Inoro pairs of IjTrgo1j doors open ffl the rehr of the building Ao thatc- urseJ Tutees mowing machines etc1l IS n bo run In easily The open loft li9v5 caji he use for storing small 5 oohs such as rake hues forks etc hit caiiilnrnjiii two buildings In one purposesltcaibder Eceptlonlilly wnrnV quarters for the finals that hreJiouseirrpbn the lower or Orange JudO Farmer SHELTERS FOR POULTRY Tiro IIo tee VJatc11 Arell ppntat In Lag J of r Ii laud naltiiurnlfu The IslargelyEnglJndRnd smalllotAnycrnclsupwithshouldhave nnc1thetarred or IDAttnRLI nh t perfectly dry should bo placed on bricks or blocks of vo35fi MI us Jo raise it a few inches from the r911nJ nrIIr- Tlo otllpr filCtch IiC represents bpinlefIlII fur which IWs required Thetlllustrar a uii spaceJer asII POPULAR IX ATSTHAUA it gives protection from the weathert t nd is much appreciated by the birds The house should be removed every few lays on to fresh ground It will bl noted lust twp important points Ugh Had ventilation have received atteu tion from the designer of this house Strong handles placed at each end would facilitate removal or the house Could 1fatlilybe fixed on wheels 11 4orhi attd iron is used for the roof It should have a wooden lining us tin fpriner is a rapid conductor of heat and cold I AMONG THE POULTRY Keep the quarters dryv t- Do tot fused nasty grain to thlln lr S- hens tI i Aftyr a lieu passes ben third yens Ivclines in vnlueYI f nulled milk is one of the best rciue dies for diarrhoea fetidighliii The early hatched chicken U generaj InythheulostprgfttI irer a IJIlnsthnt moulted late will rarely be springI rust goes a long way in Inducing liens to lily now A hen with a froeiVqgiiib will nbtlny Have troughs In liictItbfrudihlsoft feed 10 t 4 t There R ad Irofit iiLuiarjating poor Iv fattened and pourly jmspRjdI pftifHry cf any kind i Kggs from fully matured fowls will riot ritilv lintnli Illtier but Will produbi btronger chickens v II any considerable number of geese nre kept it will to provide a sM olal pasture for tlllmtiItIf ducks are kept be sure to arrange fc that they caiube kept away from the well and the kitchen door On the average farm Itis usually best to have only one breed of chickens and give them the run of the farm A fowl that Is properly housed alit oared for never gets the romp unless it is in contact wjthfpwls that Ihave it White the laying heji require grajn they also require something else They should not be overfed with one thing rnd stinted of others There must be variety to secure the best results St Louts Republic rt Irppnrinlut in a llniuy Plant Pees work on peppermint from morn till night and if the condition of the veuthcr permits or with very heavy dews u bountiful flow is secured On uoniings after a leafyi dew the happy Ruin of rejoicing of tin industrious beiM Iii plainly heard which arc always icavlly laden Their appearance when oiling on peppermint is much like that ot uairowoudayou will find them tat trtcl arpuiitl about the hiyts in nit iuics 6f fatigue The honey suns a quit Istencyjtl little thicker than that of rtiter being real light In color TIrl ull llovv ofncctllr An Excellent tfeeclliiC lUrk A simple and efficient rae for fccd rug hay anti fodder sIIYn writer is the lain lion tuck 1 Y feet wide and nnx length desired Use posts hot less thaif 30 inches long The lower board should hit 14 tolS inches high according to Ixeof sheep the feeding puce 8 tot li Inches whle and1 the upper board 1 08s Inches If such a rack is kept eunecl out and raised up as the icuiuglatPH ubout itasotlllt thUlUIIIIIII jn eqifrnm the top ofjlje r ttt UlcJ tery little will be wasted aI EXCESSIVEFATIGUE IS DANt1 I L GEROUSIt Fatigue Means a Draught on Ones Reserve Strenglhp IJohnI Wciroso Ave Cleveland Ohio Is one ot a small army who eau bear testimony to Dr Williams Plait Tills Mr Sounlmltcr Is in the primo of life Ho is married and his family Is his pride Ho is strong and nthJletic and has a splendid physique But like many other men who aro similarly fortu note In tho possession of an excellent con stltutlon ho recently overestimated tho train which it could undergo Ho Is the vardmaster of tho Zcttclmcycr Coal Com pany Kos 25 to 31 Commercial St and la thus capacity Shads It necessary to exercise considerable physical strength The use of- a great deal of muscular energy however dull not seem to affect him In any manner until lust sprint Then Uu discovered to lii alarmthat hchml been overexerting him self Ill1 began to be troubled with conges Hun nu ni al uud physical prostration rc t luxation of the muscular tissues insomnia and other symptoms of the result of over work liuttthostQrrlnhifownnvorlsisl- nleresting for he Ulla It in the plain and simplo manner chriractcHslk of a man hoJJ earns his susTiianco by the sucutof his brow unit nt the BSIUIO time he pays a plbw t IIIR tribute to lib inanimate uud diminutive lIelleCnlolII IIlillilliheI1tllllofaint 1 felt Unit my strength was on wane and my entire system seemed totheIII o1I of order Fipnjj PS 1 was I would wrap uaft iicivuiis ami felt not wily hi body but in mind as well IatvolluJn tho morning dreaded toWhenII days work which was me Mv footsteps were not as light and sprightly as formerly and 1 was altogether wretched My appetite always strung tldcocrtlll1 was Ilitnlili trt get the rest nnil ropfnntlnti I needed limo warm weather was at hand 1 f1lllelf fcrlnir you night say from nencra debility Was tired nil over und nerdy all the time I knew that something would have to be done nail soon too 1 tallied with iny friends about what to do or take Sonic no visedI mo to try this or that but 1 did not heed their suggeslloim and now I am glad of it Ono day 1 picked up a little pauiuilcl or advertisement of Dr inhume 1ink Pills 1 told how the mcdiciiio cured peo pro who were suffering from just what aCcd me and I decided to buy a hex and 1 dill 1 was somewhat In doubt as to whether they were ns good as it was claimed they were I but my doubt was soon removed Those pills fixed moupiusUloof two months 1 never KUW a iiiviliclno wi rk RO quickly and surely us thoso littlo pills Almost the first I one I took seemed to bcncilt me and the mole I tool tho hotter I felt That awfully thi ed and dojcrlcd feeling hc au to leave me almost 1 rom tho start AlterI tuUing half a dozen of the pills lay sleep was unbroken Then my nppetito ixMiirned and with it came my old timo vigor My muscles aro as strong us ever now and my health is good tint tho pills diu lust what they wero advertised to do My work in tho coal yard is hard and I often have to overtax myself Hut If I over gi tin tile condition 1 was last Nay Ill buy more of Dr Williams Pinto lulls They dot name good than a dottor and 1 have recoil mended them to my friends Dr Vlillams Thule Tills for Palo People arc a specific for troubles peculiar to fe males stu h as suppressions irregularities fled till forms of weakness They build up the blood and restore the glow of health to palo nnd sallow checks In men they effect a radical euro In all causes arising from men tat worry overwork or cxrc ert of what ever nature They nro mnnufnrtnrrd by the Dr Williams MotMclnoCompnnv Bchcnce taiJy N Y nod tiro sold by till ilnigglsU1 ntII 5u COOLS a box or six boxes for SJM J WHAT Is this mental poise that women alkso miHli ulMiu nowadays f It Is bo ng nliloto look at caterpillars without foci lug theta crawling nil over OlII J WnrN bilious or costive eat a Oasraret candy cathartic cure guaranteed luc S c Tint fnvrnlor of Iisdidmore for tho worM than tho builder of tho pyramids lams Horn VitiNKins oomo neuralgia They go with St Jacobs Oils euro of it TURNINO n mall dog loose IN a trilling thing compared to what the devil eau do with a gossiping tongue Hums Horn LOTS of people fool away a groat dent noro tlmo training a dog than they do on heirchildren Washington la Democrat WIIRN boys first got tnthinking they aro non they cnll each other by thulr lastl names Washington Domocmt a Wiles women notice anything suspicious hey begin to talk and the Uteri begin to watcllAlchlou Jlnbc how lAST men thoro aro who wo think null have done so uiiich better If they only lad trioa I Washington pOlIo rnt A MAN must have mighty littlo to do who hins unto to proAirvu and keep Ili order very Scrip of business paper he ever guts Washington la Democrat CANT you FCO that sign Beware of tho Doul asked tho lady of the house In llgnantly No mum I really cannot ro iheii tho tramp nt tho door you see I ruined my eyesight lookln1 for work honkers Statesman Pop said Willie why Is It called a ymnuMumr Whyi Why because thats 114 numo ah Yes 1 kudw that said VIII c but why didnt they rail It n Tom lasltim cr n Uohnasium lHurpcrsfound Tdbh- oAItTICDarling you have no Idea how nxlons I was vhilo you were corning down the rope ladder 1 was so afraid you had not iHtencd U oecuroly above Susie You ectlnt haVe been alarmed Boar Papa tied the knot for sueDetrolt Free Iress SiltritrvrxouliCM ttnttAttorneyIn voice to tight this case intelligently I must lwow In the first place whether you arc uilty or not1 Client Well If youve ROt to Know till truth Im guilty Attornoy Uood t Now the affair Is simple All that ovo got to do is to establish an alibi lilciigo Journal ilACIIINTinX8THATMACUIXATED IlothI- K nlial part us she murmured An hour lapis il Uo idle Sold In that brlsf hOt elo ind gr wui Iltllthrough tho mohl- UlltiOlis of a cruel lither nu see ho luihinaicd witli ihr furnace cutting off an iiLliiim the Irout i trloaUctraitrrlbi uc T ht TnBRB Is moro Catarrh In this section of country thau aUioUier diseases put to and until tho last fcw years waasuj pet Od to boltieurabto For a great ninny years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies nod by con stantly falling to euro with local treatment Iit Incurable Bclcncohos proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and requires constitutional treatment Catarrh Curo manufactured by F J Co Toledo Ohio Is tho only constitutional euro on tho market It Is taken Internally la doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system They onQ hundred dollars for any case ft falls to euro Send for circulars and tent tnotitals Address F J CIIKNKV Co 10 Iciln 0 Bolil by DrueilBtH 75c lulls Family Pills are tho best DitrATninss I1aNTruI say boy did you sec a rabbit run by lintel loyYea sir flow long ago Dorj think Itll bo three years next Christmas Amer knit Review n THAT SIMCNOU COtFIIC- Me Ooodnmli 111tiianutCouuty Jllt writes tot front one package Sulzera jcrman Coffee Merry I grew UOO pounds of better coffee than 1 can buy hi slorclj at ijo lunllf a pound 1 A package oj this nndigaecdcutayL- ogue is t ent you by the John A iazcr cell Co Ia CroRseutlsupop rccclp ot 15 vents stamps and this notice t1c IIInw IT would soften the push of the door the book iifjciitin Tuna sometimes If wo see till Illtlo liauds that stretch out o him for bread tinny Horn cotes Kick re It will tell any farmer how tocurcnboflton sllnUliu IJancnncbs failure to hived or irUilucd afterbirth free Enclose two stumps B M lvarnit Lyndoiullle Vt I KNOW uovv1 remarked tho young man who was sued for bronchi of promise why call it courting Credit lust pcrnancntlvcoredNnNervo Hrstoicr FrcePJ trial tiottlo Uu KIIM t11 Arch Mtlhlla 1u flan mason there scmach pront In clilikcns is that If lproperly niniuipcil the uclghbufb provide till time feet for them Tuntohu A t eked Co La eros e pOlll101Scustoiuera Iciu lug La Cros o January 11th KiTiirn people should bo more natural out in oiiipitnv ar IOKs natural when alone with their iuiiilllCH Alchlson Globe coughsisIiUca Toothache Drops Cure In one minute IIP you arc unlnst to n friend dont hn aulnu that bcutiuso ho says nothing he Ukhrt notice it Atchinon Ulubb Pisos Cute IIs tho inrdlciiio to break up nluhlixuH Cimtshs and Colds Mil 31 u UIUNT Sprague Wash March b UL Ciuitfiii aro taglimlng to understand their hnslnusH whoa they servo face lunches tcI41JiuU Globe A MAS humps hliufclf withlflnlbngo He uistlua when cured by St Jacobs Oil WOrN tho world comes to Its worst twill scow bo at its best Hums horn JUST try a HHs box ofCascarots candy enI harticlluestliver mud bowul regulator rondo KIwI the hwirt yoiing and the body will be slow III growing old Hams loin CAfTAHm stimulate liver kidneys and bowels Never hlcltvit woukuu or iriM hUe Booxrit or later cvory jroit thought will make iUt way around thu world Kama Horn DONT refuse or excuse St kuoiia Oils the euro for bruise II DIFOUC you put hi a crop of wllJ oats emombcr ithat you will have to reap what you sow Hams Horn t7P The TrtH Atemt KSMM i 6Stal6 In Ufo rtnt6l9 hM been uaoro SIB dared than Kansas Tho western part oft glitatoisashnogrulaeopuulryaibeatia ever shone on and Uie ewterB SCO mbsquaro raised moro corn to the acre in 1990 than any otherHtutoin the union With osly the eaetecnpariotLheStatetwielttgi nilJVf hat dll laruQks fifth la Uwo4I cw Js Jltry Wo hoJte kldtsehurtiies f hHVcMOla mud toss illiteracy per capita ssloctalfar pet crfc Write IQ 1C U Vaunt Atchlson tKawHW V 8 11 qniuSiT villa the scovery of her first eray hair a woman discovers that It runs m her family to turn gray early AtclllMOI1 Ulobe t ljA Loso and shorV years with rheumatism no time with tit Jacobs oII and acure Oua idea of a good cook Is ono who fries oyslorslri aMcli u way they dOuUr shrink more than ltAtchfsOIl OloUo f I IBJingIhflt sI- D sealSe t- l f lolL 7 oJOJCAN BE oJ OURED r Drl iioy Dtacuso htaDisoollO4blitnl1vnccdIIl It Li bettor to euro tho 1 r lougorbutcunsyoursclatoneo khdueyttnublotnltshlclplencYbutlfyvu oj I WITH WARNERS SAFE Cure Hy e FARM SEEDSBilltrt 64 er ITtrruM to rndor iyobn tlrrldtTUUhlrott Wit utonl hoU Vtho worM with a Mold of lT3bnof B+lcrre flllrrr Klnir n rliy ierncro Dont youbollavc 1 Ul JURt wrllu him Inordtrtoraln la 1117 T 140000 now rtth16mcr we rend on trialeSl6 IIOMAUH WORTH FOR tOe Ill iiUKfc of new sail taN form rrede including Bftbarv rule Toonlnte Giant Bparrr flan- dVlchOoWlled ant other novelties poii UnIt worth liolo teft s mart all poitpaldJ Inrluillntf our gret eed r tloir for loa ttaritet grower of farmeede and paUx 1 tool In the world 95 pkc earlleit rttfitalil adell Cat1oc tilliall about ltOI dly matlixl to lntcndlnKbur riSend UlJt notice K x Ie TEXASHOMES In1lior lelirnlpj Conut Country tlirip anti on re4 xiiiulilti terms frnll vwUhl anti llrlJ crop rrln i UriMit iii iliirllnii KliTt mnrUeU Illvirfled ritin trivet Ji FrlMo Iliin tine Y t ill I iiU tlTKiir liuiil Illrriilinr nmiuiivur rianrnteend hill lnrnnuntion wrlln i THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY OOil Jtun JUile I T IOflM MO t T44SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH I SMOKECIRCULAR h OPIUMTDRUNKENNESStLEiIADIUN- 111111ORPSYNI Cured DR Jt STEPHENS tY Illscov iiTito L 1 rae 5rlIfnrlo oreamnnlAUend 1111 Irritlniiiil Frrr anti HUHHtVS tiUl5i AlKu UJ IT IS TILE BEST YUCATAN UUHtS WHHtt Alt ELSE AILS Rest Aiugh bjrup Ta iM flood Coo in nmrt Mdd hr erIC iltL I A N Kl 1011 WIIBN WUITIN TUAI VKUTIHKIW IIKAKK I paper luti tliMt run caw tliu AdvrrlUtmciit III Idlel i Sweetness and Light e Put a pill in tho pulpit if you want prncticalJproaching for tho physical man then put tho ti pill in the pillory if it doos not practiso what it preaches Thoros a wholo gospel in Ayors Sugar Coated Pills a gospel of sweotness and light People used to value their physic as they did their religionby its bitterness Tho moro bitter tho doso tho bettor tho doctorIWeve got over that VIe take sugar in ours 1 gospel or physic nowadayB Its possible to pleaso and to purge at tho same time Thoro may bo power in a pleasant pill That is tho I o gospel of II 9 10J Ayers Cathartic P UsOMore pill pnrtlculnri in Ayers Curctoot too pagestScot free J C Ayer Co Lowell lace I ANDY CATAIlJIC 4 f LI I JZ5J ABSOLUTELY GURUTBEDueC err I- H r fI beotlltfr lii srtgulro aheseuiCv cileuolrestre 1 Canr 147- rJ rJ if 1I- n I tin rP i iI I F nxon HERALD1itir I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Mar 11 189- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS Fr Stnrejor el Morgan Oeuty Wo are authorized to announo JAMES 8 IIALSKY as a candidate for County Bur veyor of Morgan couaty subject to the de cUIpn of the voters at the November 1897 election o For Gouty Judge of Moriu Gouty We are authorized to announce JOHN A CountyTudJfo I Vf the Deinocratio primary =V M For Gouty Attorney of Morgan We are authorized to announce t f C KENDALL as a candidate for the office ofr County Attorney of Morgan county subject to the action oftho Democratic party TUB fact remain though many of our readers have perhaps never realized it that our present representative to the general assembly of Kentucky does not represent but misrepresents tho people of the two counties who by their suffrage elevated him to hid present position The sentiment of the Democratic party in tho two counties is largely free silver aUld thcso voters are of course tho ones which elected him That he misrepre sents his constituents is therefore patent to all since tho fraction of tho party with which ho affiliates tho gold standards only represent less than ono pe cent of the vote that elected him Now this being the case and tho cardinal principle of tho Democratic party tha tho majority shall rule be tho principle involved it follows that Mr Lykins should vote with the majority on all strict party question and net with the minority But will ho do it Suppose that Senator Blackburn offers for re election will Mr LykitiB support him Wo opine not and yet his duly in th I promises seems as plain as tho noonda nun Our reasons for these remarks are based upon the rumor that ho would not voto for Blackburn under any circumstances and we take it that his constitu ent should know just where ho stands If tbo rumor represents his attitude then his honor should suggest his resig nation lint for the sake of harmony we hope that tho rumor may prove with out tho merit of reword in fact and iin tho absence of further evidence for the present extend him the benefit of thoI doubt Tin following is President McKinley I cabinet as confirmed by the senate rust FridaySecretary of State John Sherman of OhioSecretary of the TreasuryLyman J ttage of Illinois Secretary of War Husscll A Alger of Michigan Attorney General Joseph McKenna of California PoatmnjtcrGenorni James A Gary ofMarylandSecretary of the Navy John D Long of Massachusetts Secretary of tho InteriorCornelius N lilts of Now York Secretary of Agriculture Jnnicn Wilson of Iowa Tits primary held Saturday last in tho counties of Bath Mcncfeo Mopt gomery and Ron to select Democratic candidates for circuit judge and commonwealth attorney resulted in the nomina Lion of Judge John E Cooper the pres ent incumbent fair the former place and lint Williams ef Mcnefer for the latter position Frank Day M S Tyler I andNesbitt also ran in the stakes i for judge and in the purse for prosecu torjjjim Williams outclassed tho Held judging from the figures posted to the public although Cassidy and Young oleo ran In Montgomery Bath and Mcnofco Day had tho lead by CO votes but Rowan county carne to the rescue in Coopers case and gave him tho nomina tion for a third term 1 How long have you been coughing a day a week a month a year 1 Dr Dells Pino Tar Honey will euro that cough There can bo no doubt of It because it has curedmany others equally severe Every one should Investigate the merits oCt fdilI remedy Jf c WOLFS COUNTY OiMftei CirwwiY Clay Rote of Lee City WM i1 tewa SundayJ Sowell of Holly attended quart terly court Tuesday week W B Manker of West Liberty the gentlemanly knight of the grip was in town Saturday A H Stamper Is attending circuit court at Jackson Ho will assist In the prosecution of Noble tor tbo killing of John Fulki Jas P Halt hay sold his property on Main street to J N Vaughn and in the near future will go to Lexington Ky to follow his trade Miss Mabala Byrd who has been at tending the Jackson collegiate institute for some time matriculated in tbe school at this place Tuesday J F Havens of Grassy creek Mor I gan county tbe corpulent and affable representative of the grocery house of registerednHenry M Sword that brilliant young writer of both poetry and proao and also hasabeen very sick for seyeral days We are glad to note that he is convalescing nicely Mrs Donne Dulcy nee Swimme of Soldier Ky arrived hero just a few hours before the death of her father She has the unbounded sympathy of the people of Campton in her bereavement In county court Monday tIle poorhouee farm was sold at public auction W H Chambers became the purchaser at tho price of 705 This leaves tho county without an infirmary and as the paupers can be let to their friends residing in the neighborhood their choice it is a cor dial invitation to pauperism On Saturday night while exJailer John It Hobbs and family were visiting partiesrvisited his house on Devils creek and oftliii larder and evidentally beini of the opinion that they can not live on meat alone they effected an entrance to tbe residence and took quite a number of useful articles Died on Saturday tho GUI inst of consumption Miss hurtle Hack daughter hadeyearybud had borne her suffering with Chris tins patience and fortitude Just before death silenced her musical voice with ruthless hand dashed out the tint of rose on cheek and lip and closed down those curtaining eyelids forever she told those who stood around her that she was going home We are pained te chronicle the death of one of our most honored and respected citizens After a protracted illness of about four months duration on Saturday the Gtb inst T J Swimm quietly and serenely fell to sleep When his suffer lug was most intense tbe shadows of death were gathering around him and the waters of the last river wore rippling at his feet ho shouted praised God and talked of his many manihioncd home beyond the stars Judging from tho life he lived and the death ho died tho dis embodiedspirit swifter than an arrow shot from the bow of God flow to para diso and is now at rest Wo know no better condolence to offer the friends and relatives of the deceased March 8 RAMBLER Tollver Topics Mrs Beth Carter id on tho sick list James Elkina is down with la grippe Aaron Mannin was visiting in this neighborhood Sunday Boono McNabb fell and sprained his ankle and is suffering very much W A Oldflcld in trying to ride a young horse the other day was thrown but dont think ho was hurt very bad A meeting to be conducted by Elders J D Hunter Bill Yocum and others will begin at Greasy school house on the 23d which will last a week or ten days JooXewis a little boy of 200 pounds commonly called Haiti van was going home the other evening and hoard his dog barking Believing the dog had a coon treed be went to catch the coon and as he approached tho tree tbo dog lumped on him toro his overcoat and bit him several times in the side and arm Joo swears by the constitution of Kentucky bo will hang tho dog when he gets well- SPRING Spriuir oh ipriug where arc you at That you are 10 far behind Come gentle spring with your lovely cap Hover oer us with your sunny smile Bring ui auras saashiae y ENGLISH ITCHEIT7 I I 12 Wa SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Regular Meals 25 cents Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 a m Dinner frt rrrE 10amto8pm Suppsrfrom5toOp- mOysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUS UXGARIDIJUX1oPIletOJlt Accompanied by silvery ruin To make the gross grow under our feet And the leaves burst forth agliinIWhere ate you at with your When winter has broken and gone Where fio1erllWith silvery dews of the lovely morn Ve welcome you gentle spring With outstretched units of love We know you bring with you joy and peace With a pretence of hearenly love March 0 SHINER MORGAN COUNTY Vest Liberty WUfyirl t Quarterly court today Did you hear them frogs croaking yes terday HOT W B Y cum of Blackwater was in town Saturday on business Times are bard but all we have to do is to exercise confidence you know The wife of Farmer Dickson who lives above town is not expected to live Mrs Lula Pieratt entertained quite a crowd of young folks at her home last Thursday evening Preaching at the Wells school house yesterday by Rev W B Lykius hud a church organized Let the good work go on Frank Lewis who shot and wounded Sanford Harris last week had his exam ining trial before Squire Reed and was acquittedi Tho railroad from Jackson to Walnut Grove in Morgan county is u sure go Bring her on boys wo would like to hear the iron horse whistle in old Mor gan Success to TUB HERALD March 8 1621 Mlze Mingles Wm Howard DcBusk of Hazel Green visited at Mizo last week John A Oldfield one of the candidates for county judge of this county went to West Liberty this morning to register Clay Lykins and Miss Lyda Haney of this place were married last week and their many friends wish them a long prosperous and happy life Judge Amos Davis Major Seitz and Harry Mnupin a jovial trio of commercial tourists were guests of Jfr and Mrs J R DeBusk one night last week Solomon Hnncy whoso illness has been many times mentioned in the Mizo Min gles died Wednesday of last week of consumption Sol Haney as everybody called him was an honest man and loved and respected by all who knew him He was a good and kind husband a loving and affectionate father The heartbroken wife and children have the sincere sym pathy of tbo entire community March 8 ANIBAB WHEN Senator Sherman said I am opposed to wrong and violence and tyranny wherever it is exercised and when it iscxerclsed against an American citizen I will stand up for him if I have U stand alone he outlined a foreign policy in following which he will never have to stand alone Ho can always count on the backing of at least nine in every ten of 72000000 people Amen cans mean to have peace if possible but justice at any rat- eCennitetoners Notice WOIFK CIRCUIT COURT iigalnitRebeccaNotice U hereby given to the heirs and creditors of James C Swango deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Cir KYIonI 10 1 897 to receive and hear proof and audit claims against said decedent and that all claims not presented to him end proven as required br law within the time specified above will be forever barred J F VANSANTMaster r W C C Commissioners Notice WOLFE CIIIUUIT COURT Lucy McGuire plaintiff against John M Rose admr o defendants Notice Is hereby given to the heirs and creditors of F N McGuire deceased that the undersigned Commissioner the Wolfe Circuit court under an order In the above styled cause will attend at the Circuit Court Clerk office In Campton Ky on the 8th day of April 1897 until April 10 1807 to receive and titenr proof and audit clams against said decedent nnd that all claims not presented to him and proven as required by law within the time specified above will be forever barred J IF VANSANT Master Com r W C C S j1 We are BADLY OVERSTOCKED 1 iIn Every Department t j The Extreme Mild Weather and Warm Winter is the Cause 20010b off I NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES This is the chance of life to buy Honest Values at Hon est Prices This is no Fake Sale but genuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 75c Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c h Best UBe of Omcoals in ttn8e Gili Beste Lip of Ulsters in tee Oily A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY Keeps n full line ot JaM T PRACTICAL Ir Jeweler and Watchmaker 11 iiiiHAZEL GREEN KYIiJewelryItili HAVENS IIRepairing Fine Watches aSpeoialtyIf you need anything orFinef We can save you big money I t Y o 1r Y Yr= APTIjEgjt71 reSlnosnIIIIefiJA odr THE COUNTRY MENTION at WAJtRIlxttJJouRxQL RlE r8IIfUlaI kftllbt kJt OaT IN QUANTITY BIST IN Q- UALWORMS 1 WHITES CREAM V RMIFUCEI YEARSHasEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED- SOLD BX ALL DRUGGISTS t 1 BKuTlYxc BlttURnMM 0 IT tOCII THE HERALD OF JOB PBINTJNG IUNDS u y your m I I KXPIRIKNOff a YEARS IDIGNI t57ometatrtcthconenennalIn Ataerlt Ve 7Pete ta takeu oMeetro111hCIlOUoe la SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN atanuteiUfleaaurna4weekt7tetrasNJ5 a 502- 1ee0K oaW1iPTINT ttrrSeAAdrrad0 MUNM 4k CO J 3M Broadway JCeir 21 f 11 r II un TIE HERALD i r c i Hazil Groan Hiarsays Happenings I f I 11 t Spring poets are beginning to than W out i Fishing eeemi to be the order of the t day now and next comes spring cleaning J M Robinson Norton Co hnv our thanks for n very handsome ther xnomcter f S H Nickell of Canty and Taylo r Sheckey of Lee City enrolled at the f academy on Monday I t E E Atkinson of Stanton came up on Sunday evening for a few days visit to our little townT r Thorn will be n permanent preacher at a this place for tbo Prcsbytcrtan after the first of May W J Wallis has added much to th looks of his surroundings by his continued pruning and repairing The northern lights appeared Monday night as being very beautiful but soon t disappeared with n flash to Mrs Morton Lieratt of Ezel spentt Saturday and Sunday in our midst visit ing relatives and friends lassedIt u short time with his father Misses Mary Tuul bee and May Nickcll t of Lee City were guests of Dr J A i Taulbee and family last week tii William Day better known ue Dig Dill from Breathitt is the guest of his broter J T Day tiC tbs place I Dr Nickell reports the birth of a girl1 baby to tho wife of Miles Falleu of Lacy creek Friday the 5th inst r Miss VirgicJnmes who has been quite c sick with something like fever for eom time past is gradually improving f d F Alfred Combs formerly of Cornwell Menefce county was on Saturday mar ried to Miss Alice McClure of Lexington McFarland Gibbs and Miss Genor- Fallen were married at the residence of the brides father on Gilmore on Sunday i evening W C Coldiron Ixst week moved to the residence of Frank Coldiron an Frank moved into the residence vacated by Crock The Methodist church is being repaired and made fit for the quarterly meeting to be held there on next Saturday and Sunday by Bro Moore Dr John Taulbeo accompanied by his eon Edward left Thursday morning for a business visit to Breathitt andwill be absent four or five days The rise in Red river on Tuesday morning was about the same as that of 7 7a week or ten days since and several1 logs were gotten out on the tide Mrs Joe Rose of Lacy creek whos- illness has been reported in these columns heretofore is still quite ill Dr NickellI was called to see her on Monday J L Fallen of Gilmore leaves this morning for Willmer Texas with his children lIe has sold all his posseesion- here and expects to locate in that section- WANTtanGood firm butter at the Academy Home for which I will pay 121 I cents per pound in money March 9 WM H Coup In a private letter from Dr E O Guerrant ho writes that he has beenI preaching for Dr E P Mickell in Flor ida and will next go to North Carolina Our office was graced by the presence of Misses Mary Taulbee Minnie Wallace and May Nickell last Thursday who i called to investigate the mysteries of a print shop Noah Cisco of White Oak came in town Monday and we understand ho enrolled at the H G A Tuesday He iisI one of Morgan counties good and exper ienced teachers What might have resulted in n dies trous conflagration was averted by the prompt action of our citizens About 730 last night a chimney on J Taylor Days residence caught fire during the absence of the family but the elfiuen- service of the bucket brigade squelched ti the blaze in a jiffy There was u large attendance at each of the services in the Christian church last Lords day At the morning service the annual offerings for foreign missions and state work were made The offerings l were 3370 If all the congregations throughout the state responded likewise the offerings will be large presentedtoold man Major B G Thomas of Lex ington Is no more Tho angel of death visited him on Saturday night last and whispering Well done good and faith ful servant bid him come to his reward Bully was bred at the celebrated Belle Meade stock farm near Nashville Tenn and had perhaps travelled moro miles UnitedeStates his former owner Major Thomas taking him for saddle purposes when importanttinguishcd turfmen of America knew Bully and invariably had an apple or wino confection to bestow upon him wherever they saw him lie was a liv phrasoTheold washvanity as put on more airs when in prime condition thane any horse that ever hoofed it and always attractedattention by his aristocratic cothpanyTatsad hundreda all over America will re gret his death- HouncMioord shortjointed fetlocks shng and long Rrohil brent lull eye small head and nos trill wide High erect short ears straight legs and strongThin broad buttock ten der hide Look what n horse should have he did not lack Sure a proud rider on 10 proud a buck Some time ago we sent out statements to our subscribers and some of them res ponded but quite a number them have not been heard from Some of our coun ty subscribers who have heretofore given us little to complain of probably need their memories jogged a little We will be compelled to drop those who are getting too far in arrears We do not wish to part with a single name on our list but noI successful publisher can afford to do bU81 crediteRev Frank Agar arrived at Olive Hill his future headquarters and met with a royal welcome from his many old friends On his way he was kindly entertained ofaWest Liberty and also at Grassy by Frank Cecil He has taken a part of Carter and Rowan counties on his mission mud has promised to hold childrens loodwfnsdChapel and May town during the summer On the 19th lust at the academy eight questionacknowledge the Independence Cuba This is an interesting question and the debaters are making special efforts to put both sides of it before the people as the facts merit This will be the third debate in the series and the interest iu them is growing monthly Quarterly meeting will be held at the Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday March 13 and 14 Preaching each day morning and evening by the fulleattendance of the membership is desired at quarterly conference Saturday after noon at f oclock The public cordially invited to the preaching services Sunday the 14th inst nt the Christian mewill be This Grace Also H H Holley will preach at 7 p m The Bible class at the Sunday school will study the llth 1chapter of Acts G W Wheeler and W J Wallace have purchased a lot in tho bend of the State road between John Davis and W P Trimble properities and will begin the erection of a blacksmith and wagon shop at once Leo McCami a former student at the H G A is now an employee in the composing rooms of the Herald at Owen ton Ky his former home Ills many friends undertaking here wish him success in his D WI Abe BoUon and Amos Graham charged with stealing corn train Louis Brawer were tried before Judge Carson on Sun day Graham was found not guilty and Hollon was sent to jail in default 0100 bail Bro L Mann pleached at the Presby terlan church last Sunday morning and night on two very appropriate subjects YetSow so Sball Yo Reap If the trite saying of a wet lent makes a rich harvest is to be depended on our farmers may look for big crops this year as it has rained every day since lent began ONLY True Blood Purifier I prominently In the public eye today Is Hoods Sarsaparllla Therefore get Hoods and ONLY HOODS TRIED AN- DFOUND GUILTY H F PIERATT CO have been triedand found guilty of selling cheaper goods than any store in Hazel Green Ky The jury was composed of Democrats and Republicans Free Silver and Gold Standard Democrats and Repub licans who without the exception of u single man endorsed this find in- gThe New Stock Just now received is the finest line of goods ever shown in this town and having bought them for Spot Cash we are prepared to give our customers tho benefit of the lowest prices that ever obtained in Wolfe and Morgan counties THIS IS NOT A FAKE But a fact that can be demonstra ted whenever you buy at our store whether the purchase be a box of matches or a bolt of brown cotton And speaking of cotton wo want to say that Cotton is Ring with us Wo bavo all the best brands and sell at rock bottom prices TRY PIER II CO When you want to trade and the money thus saved will prove that once a patron always a patron holds good here Our stock em braces everything to be found in a firstclass store and you are Invited to visit us when you came to town Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future favors we remain FRIENDS OF THE PEOPLE PIBRATT C055 HAZEL GREEN KY That little nccountyou owe us is now due and wo nro ready to givo you a receipt when you pay or if 11 iitT4k AAMTtt SfosuMitZ ant Yvpaviit yr BelUMriE J a The Cheapest and Best School in Eastern 4 Kentucky PTjHt Tfiim Begins piortgJauar9 MiE F Regular Graduating Course Instrumental and Vocal Music Plain and Ornamental Drawing Shorthand and Typewriting Bookkeeping and Commoroial Law Teachers Normal and Training Bible Course and Bible Talks Iis tho best in tho mountains to obtain 4 IIIWESLEYAN ACADEMY if NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOLtt ai AT CAMPTON KY irh +0+ i 1 COUltHKHi IIlf1Qt1l i 1 Instrumental Vocal Voico Culture Wi Sight Reading and Theory fhe luuclo department Iis under the iniinudlntu iuiervl lon of Mini Emma C Nolln mi experienced mid uctiompllNlicd tuucher formerly of Muyivillc Ky BUSINESS look Reeplnp Shorthand Typewriting Lettering 1 V NORMAL Special Teachers Review Term of 10 Weeks Begins March 16 INDUSTRIAL Instruction in Carpenter Lathe and Scroll Work For Catalogue or Particular Information Address EXPENSES VERY LOW E E BISHOP Prin Campton Ky w H SE l irzoPRACTICAL o BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM end ROAD WAGONS WE use tho Best Material and Guarantee Pnttufacton Call nnd got our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty randtyour work is respectfully solicited F- y 4RUBEROID ROOFING 29MG5 P d B 11 IJNIVfft5AJBUIlDING rRfR iLADPCKS dtElO1 VPNtERED DOOit5 UORbSTAtRSASH WORK uNO9 LOUISVILLE 11 KYlO wnrre JWmMOO rolltaoRS ocut KINDS OP BUILOrNQb MATCRIAU o trtll Wc v T HERALDIITBE1JFj1ADVnTI8mCj rr n o 1 n qS iI r l i I IT L ft Jt rRLD FCNCEX COOPER PutlUb K I T1AZKL GREEN t t i KY- I r r r l t t i THE BEST KING f IID 1 You may talk of the pleasure of tilling a throne And ruling n nation whoso homagoClslI shown Anu owning a palace with millions of pelt Anti nothing to do but enjoying yourself Sonfp- hl envy Us taw who aretlor F tbcso + jl And w yoti werobornto be one or t o kings lint It you will only look Into my door Ill show you 11 Idnx who has happlncm more w H myVffiy twmy humble homlpnlnqOllOIIWrt tqrated me And then tvhchI sated my subjects who show More lovo and affection than real kliiB 11 know All vln with the othor In Rlvlnjt mutlioro h t welcome thats royal and Joyful to nhure sly beautiful queen with the prince In her tit annul t both decked for my comliiR nhstgldwlhlf1 with charms Haltito mo as It I returned from a war- T oughttordby w ttlduruw hour I qro y tI itoltlLl AnjrwlVn boys firowln UJupfiioV V l iatends mo grcgtlnu which harrJiiB Its fprnolSSb1r c u No king but myself on homecoming en f toys ft dyttwAtlltttnprlneesree modest nndewert Aniliuliilaturcmolcl of inntliorcpnulute 1 hamThW II1f tirelr mitt nhjrtrlfi minis IJhl r trysttrlpThen doling my coatobo anjl derby hat crown 3r To slysdnwnH And asking n btOHslngivWlTlvn KUIKH never do iIr1i A banquet 1 hnvo and an appetite too tiuch co klnnllhomclmulollloII pod dings and rakes lVhlahonly a Qllocrrjllkof DIY own usor- i make Ho dainty IW wholesome no good oViry hung Thq toast 1 enjoy IIM unknown to a king And after 4 tho banojmt In sllppera and Gown In my eas qhalr throne I sit coally down Arid listen to inuHlul and wag from my ifucon Much nweutor 1 think tbnn n patace IIIIH at0nis IJ1 f 1L I 1 Then after my subjects no luynl with love Are Mont by thu sujiduiuii umlruandnnd above My IIMII and hor king settle down to um Joy The quiet of homo which no snob wilt destroy t I lttalraot tho IIlnt novor worry liitthurot trdiuon wii fgurnml 116 Jutifeuhi wo darer With papvrit Jill bouks slid swum con vcriiu w thud CompunionHhlp lute of thin spirit and mind Wltn a conKolQncc tfirona 1 tannliwpan my boil- VIthouU any guardtto Ippu watch on my hpad And rbHi In tit morning to lovingly reign Uur my ltlluhom ktUKduiu of dwir once uKiiln II C Dod e In Chlcngo dun TILE BANK MYSTERY llvp come judge tot Ufik If youMl let tllliuitIttidfvl levy ILU111tA t I II fflljitt l f nqldhtalit J ho W a4 CI nncc u Hfils kind of comfort and luxury What do 1 know ultout the bank mystery Land M1i VilUrtij55 tine they opened the IwuJt itJ lTiy ten years ngutnud fountihtht tiuiIksault- broke Iaotand tho wife blowcd up and not n dollar gone I could have told It nil Ilin ttiulntii nt Tlvnrlini nfiit dni talk SlIg 11I1l1woruterIlIgIbout It yet tutu there nmltIIcer been no one lhll1 UK could tulljtvlmt It all meant but nor 1 broughtttiomn papershere they lire judgewhere Its nil written down Lund I CIO swear to It If you like I dont want heirsnever uWd though unleai I die and nomothing Comes IIII as would inakf it best for my family to know though theres things In it Id roller die than have em know If its nil tho fame to you judge Id like to tell it to you Sccma like Id get rid of njoad and would be happier and the ender fcclln Id Kjiokcn It out to one llvln human Youll be glad to listen That good of you 1 knowcd you was a kind man and a just one thats why I cotnu to you No thank you I doutsmaku I Imtn1t that money away f9r me wife end chlldrch- Do you hear thrit storm Oiitaldc seems like tho evil powers was let loose You cuntjudgcbotit it hcrcIt 1 throughthousthis house like It does some Its this kind of night ui makes men Ituddle together judge and plan how to get rich nnd have ilnc things such ns tho likes of you Ive been througji It nil I know Ive felt as If I had as good n right to einas anyone and 1 wnls bound tb harocm too I vnrut brought up to no rude nor nothln and fair means tceralu to fallal took to the other Yes judge 1 started out fnllfe n- tlikf1d a robber prospered falrty j ultiUJtI r nfO ahpthing Oh lint 117 was tciMit4t g Xt wna like drink I i NMiWiit five It up cad I co dnt get a I enough of It I wn In prison null out then Jtlal uinrrled anti lbtiglintllOltllltr oticee O t Then Lord knows what helped mu something dilland for the sake of my 4Wlfe nnd children I fbrpke ICoOs- etrdm everytfliing rind shame lucre where no one didnt know me to start again I hud sonic money and ovcrI tJC restllttrtiutjulit appetite the Long ns I didnt read the papers I fcvi bt well but let ins see theta and Id hunt through cm for robberies nnd Id be crazy for while aching to be inlt uHogaln Bccln Ibout my old pals diffTime came though when I begun to enjoy life dlflferfntiy nail to feel my relf more respectable The love for time old life begun ergo till I could rend about It without gittln all fired up 1 thought then I was nil right Then they comu here ptirt fy he pang Ijd belonged tn First i tnnsld of It iins seeln Vm III tilt restTfurnnl I Squoloiicd theystunt here for no good and It most took mv breath awtiy They unwed me ftiiiclIh JUUUJghfI too nnd fiothln wouhlnfMlojWiJrJ qiuu join um l wnHfthu vury man thry wanted I1could help Vm lull I IIKI humid ttern TwiiB thus inggest thing thoydl undertaken yet the hunk Tliey rr runic fc i1C oxaminc the aitn HUll knowlngrthiit Mr Durkee the new Dilll owner would inuku u big payment soon mid the money for it would lit in tlio bank here HIthere wnrntiny tiling else that would be a big Intnl a haul worth harm and mu belli bore ducldcd Vm I do think the devil brought nil Ids friends and relations with him that night to tempt me I forgot hqw to sleep anti just couldnt stay in bed I womlcrliMiirnt in tatters by mornin with thin devil tilfrgin nt mo as he dlif- II uuiltatryInt to keep me out of the joom hayl allover notttrtn Ihliik offlt- Yer soe them bank people rome over to thy jilhce for lunch hunt part of the time niicl they all knowcd my little people and thovitOH people knuwod Vm too My oJust boy worked III Ihe mill and thoyd been as klml ns could bo when lies stele Christina lime thoys grtod fo miff too and there warnt a bunk Nicer lint had remem bered my littleI people even to tin utuhmuiu HeomudI like robbing my own people somehow IsI bound trot to Inform on the gang a ml tlnyn hound to roll thoiMAiiik Imt IIturbtIltbi1 In myI heart for cuinjnijuHt when I sac get tiii rid of the old lifts for goal mnl all Twas nwful Well judge youkno +r hot therm roonm ovtrthcbnnltSnitrsntgdtostart new hOlly linp Fuselltnlllt CllliOJtt1t iIIruln stt my wnnitt u npptMir nowhere Id plan it nil out nnd fvVm points Mid be on hunt tit thc lust but I ImoI to lit uuutuuu They found oiit when tilt ntonrysi itK to he paid and greed on Itlm niht ye fore rdr the rohheryr I Iwd It nil UlltllltdIII It for om vhoi anal hwt- hey itnslo looton tipfhe ho rdor the Uuur In their room alvove JO we could breuU through Itlltlluwcr oumelveB into he iiult when thu time uoinu Then yer ire wed only liave the IItl rUJ1 j I1 tnlo ami the Kretil Iron lour between niimd thn vniehmtihi r ar kWyflUrifc JtnVSitlV rtlfdAvfa mlh prett v sue the money was pull MJo you lienr thai Ktorm now jitdifc IInVIlt I t the kind ur nifliU ir any sort of criinu Tho men chuckled to themnulves fens a fortune sure this time and theyd till be on time way to comfort and wifely before tiny1uhmtI never seen Veun liD exulted Xotliln Hadnt poiitf wronf and npthin couldnt now Wo luau ticntlnulHNtatlonud round to gnu the iilano hit there wnrut much dimmer on u night like that We lmd planned BO as to have the door of time mifc ready to blow aqua I alien tluj w alchuinn Went downstalN to MO to lis heft I Jluiowcd time time of nljht iu dltl so becjif Mint often from I my houtt aeroxJi tire why through till window bf the batik hut lo mike sure we Motioned uan where he could give the signal at time proper time With the wntuhman dowiiKtiiira ami we shut in I that vault with solid masonry below UH twarnt in the range of possibilities for JrnKthrong the ceiling me nil one of the others was logo1 down first with till IRIII leriin and tools and get time tour ready fur l invCi roggan the leader of the gunk lo canto dosticaul use the dyitiHulVcf and to bij on hand tu tale out the money It wan just the night for such a piece oMvorlt anti nftcr 1 lint examined td dangerbetterthrough tho user lulu lowered thu lade dur timid herd we 1vu8rsrghfliVthi vnnjl JVJUJ well foit mo Itt hilt it right lee nty Hfu wnrnt worth much if tiny o my pliMiuln failed to wprV r Tojnlpolan In a hurry went down first anti sylihu1rnsI1ahf way down hu started backt salitJ In n hbarsc Icfiid ii- u of tvhfsperst Who cull ll me t trio one you fool nald rfrft t1 Chen f ho naldjuul hu ran past toe pn the ladder some one Jla down there islet I heard sonic one say Uo back h H po g1basis 1 1f1JitIl1hIUiai terns round looUIn everywhere but there wnrnt no ono there S11hnta the matter with the foolV growled Jim and went hack Dud tried LtSl IIt1 ilil Mll1J JlJt s i1a isb J hrr1raCtrr I rn nufic nnilrtno twguh to get ibo ziutet ready to blow u- pfiats a thing ns takes time and care judge but we went at It with a w ill and never n word It was so still you could almost hour your heart bout when nil of n sudden come n Muothcrod cry like n worQuufs We stopped woric and looked at each other Jims tare white and scared I What was that lie st tI- I often hears em on the street like tint kahru i J j tannedt Itllteeimnl1I- U fool of yourself too and spoil all nnd 1 went to work again I could se how his hand rot nvvlmllcand tliengot steadytremhlltlI That tnUKt buvu cimis rcom tipntiilrs hy fM prewntly Queer flioiigli it rounded so close Then we worked on and timers warnt nothin more to b heard JlII i of time gang might nil tare been dead men for nil the sound they made and we didnt Miy lidUrtn Uhd so the night- went nn- At last we lend it nil reedy and were only waiting for the signalI to fifty It up nail then money enough to irnke UK nil rich 1alnt such ns you ran renljXe tim oxoitymefitJ nnd1 tile strait of Welfft ilfbmcnt To know Its sill there ready and tlcii to have to unit Its eniier walkin over rcd hut coals Its nil right to go on and work hut to stay still and only brenthe and listen givis a man the shivers IriMHiitly iHm caught my nrm Say I thought 1 heard voices dill roll1 he whispered The men upstaini 1 xnld Sounded down hero HUH your pms tol ready I took my pinto sad went round the vault ngnln enr fully and then held it till to evBiiijiu tJiewiys Theji I hHik my liijSd i inieBolXiirnH no Inv we could hear no one Its the queerest place I ever ns In said Urn and by Jove IIll bo glad when we tire nut of It Why ddnt flint signal roiiid unppofu theres any j hilehV I sucnr I hear volcoj again Just then come the signal nnd Jim l rgiin to apply dynamite hilt his hands trembled so and his eyes looked so wild end excited his own wife wouldnt Knoty Iliac The money time money he whii prred we must have It now We got out of the wny just In time and then out come the door The inside door quick said Jim ut Jlu a pl 1 UJJlI1U mn4 that full 1Ii 1 jRItJhe IllItrI4ny 1 n nq III1tntlhifonnrc1i nhn11oltll J thu grunt piles of bank notes and silver wu 1 111111t by the light of the lanterns Hands olF or you are a dead man It tees a voice 1 that would most have vakcd the dead I dropped my bar and Jim drvw hack his hand caught hold of I Ill with a grip like iron and welngun llu Iftl slowly hark to tit bidder Ifnto bombihatloii Iis nil right we hiivu them nuts they cant escape us We went half up the ladder whets we heard tit click click of the lockandI ns we drew the ladder up sifter us we could hear the rasping of the hinges of the Iron door Mly Hy for your lives we are dis covered said Jill 1111 he went round to5- 5111m1 the iiit n In tldarlcmiess nail the wind anti tit JPBJn t1ie3went away fadI I aint never fcii one of em since I heard though ns when they found there warnt no one there nnd the lbank people didnt know nothin bout It till the next morning they just bcliqvrd1 as the bank was haunted sure Uo f know what It was judge here aint no one else does know thats sure Talnt nyjch alter aJ Ycr see playln roundel th my lit tie ones I found ns I could make em hear till kinds of pulses nnywhorc I nf1IUk1IJI11ItI trm ItiiI lnt little of the gang didnt know bout that nnd I didnt keer ever to have cm know It Jjrnv g lu avcd for bnnl without my iTiicnlijiijdjtflUHnll 1 care for Oh no judge time bank dont owe me pRlurllIhaultelling too It Ikind of makes mu fuel asler if 1 No no fhnnkyyofu 1tlllItnvt and take no more of your time Dont gut up I can find my way out Whats that you say judge You honor mid respect memcl And time bank land judge twnrnt mett5tusmy wife and children saved time bank and Im proud of Vm proud of cm judge Goodnight Philadelphia Times AilMiiiniitlne Do you think doctor thut u portion of time check will have to be rcmovijd tucked the drummer I I Jjf 11 1tlttd t milteesi t fuiy st t 8 Ytoo Iressff I A statistical authority asserts that In iSSO there were 2532 cheeie factories L=i VACANCIES AT WEST POINT Military Hplrlt Seto Ito rolling Oa Amour Amerlcttl Youtli I UlnJrenro snore cadctH nt Went Point today than ever before yet them are 40 vacancies Tiu adjutant gent ral of the army commivitJt on the falling oil during the past your of time number ol students at civil schools where military Instruction IH given by army ollloers detailed for that purpose It IN cur rent talk In educational clreleu that there Is marked decrease of Interest In uniforms drilling and military urgunl sations among students in schools pri manly devoted tu preparing lads and Voting Wen rot lhlIlIf On the other hand there is It great nnd constantly IIncreasing desire among Use puoplq of this eunntr for decora tI lions Hutton and other Insignia an1 worn 11y half tilts people one meet Nrtt only dots this desire show Irelf UH HM Inrident of Ithe present pfdltical in ivriMt nnd cxuitument hit everysa soclntion no mutter for what purpoir v0emlltlispohc1 to distinguish itself by Monte kind qt button medal badge or iliibon This Is easily liotteeablc at Wnshington nmirig the hundreds oYex viirsfons xif soeiMles sMiools penim ucnt orgunintiiiiH said elulw that dur lug tire yonr go there to see the capital if the nation tItf tit military spirit of our people that for n number of ywirs hums induced out young zilch to voluntarily submit to some what of the hardship of military edu ration is growing less us the period of PIt grows longer while nt the wimo time fondness for display In in i rtitsiugIhit J truth there Iisurcnson WneAtliI nil this for the rolling off of intjrcnt hi military hiHtrnction in civil schools The pomp and riiciiinstaiire of war ate very iittrnetlve Iut our youth hnve h nrned Though uudfr tuition of regnlnV hnny Instnietorn to discover tint tin work of preparation Iin rvtreiiudy nrdiioiis and tewtrivUveuf other paths qf phnKltn1 nnd entertainment Hrrhnps quite us protltnblp in the spike of url thiy are destined to follow The fact lonp rteognied by other nntktns IH now nppcaring to us that in dune of jHiuv it1M niu Mslbh to eugitge and retuin time interest of young men still in their educational exixMUnee in that ronsdvnt unrcmlltJng teaching ox OIehi r and nVove till dlHclplinui rsnenlial to the Httninnient of even a renpeelabh tuiuUrd of military iluau duet Iumilhuh adelphia Tiiiuj i PICTURESQUE SIENA Sho In oho Typlnit Cotlihi City ol Timmny- Siena like m triie daughter of Itorno iH hromtil Miperbly upon ninny hillr but the wolf cued the twins watch aver n moilleval city mid the nnrient Colo multi Julia Semtihls hulls liijfhir than any other Italian town MIM Iiorenec thttilomble symbol of elm cub and htulr- iq the middle aden the towers of time ttmtlied rail nnd of tin public palace Ue iiavoscen tilt dtIII1lnll pllnses under black clouds with hisIlist omits slilntiiR in stormy tdruirgiititf ftunllght n uinst time iMuipturcri of Ionte Gala and the ruin sicamleti ruHhlng down Its steep street nuts we hate seen it set ItloI a town in n mimuilborder ig11lnstst still Hat hit backgroundI of sky We blot Burn it from the turniccM of the Q crvana rising above Its walls which otrhung the iiilcriiicdtuto valley and from distant southern Monto Oliveto ItHowcrHof list Mangiil amid the eat hN trill dwindled to mere pin Palma We httvetrIllcutlmrolmghIstauirrnsvstrquts1 nl nil IJmc and at al voosons have blinked nt the duxling facade of the Diiomo In the glove of titian nnd lin gered in till grunt cnmpo when it lay white tumid still in the chill moonlight lVn move watched the gray bleak hills on which the town IH pedestaled turned tu freshest tcndcrcst green we laws climbedi the slope of the olive orchurdH anti looked through skurrying NIIOW ihtkes at tot rampurtH rising above its nnd front every point from without her lgates nod within her walls front the towers above and time valley below Sium makes fine impression only upon UK Ktrusean town lomtm colony as she wits the middle ages set their seal upon her and she IH the typical gothic flty of Tusuany almost of IItaly Bcrib ncrs A llntttry of Kyiw rphttingluabiiinS n crusade in llaltimorc iKsilggcstcd by a Jtaltimoro woman This Is her pinii Whenever n tunic passenger on li street cat begins to expectoVatc let every woman aboard just loo1 steadily II rShitiu iTlicfo l1 cdhe no especial uvcrlty cxpre pled by the look nor an egress of Indignation or rebuke for too touch feeling shown in a glance if time guilty fellow were Inclined to be course might subject ono to nn insulting re mark lint each female tune should wear a wellbred air of offended del ictiey nod surprise There IId not a wom an nut of ten In this city I will venture to assert who will not understand how slllgielookInsldoncd youhawGrowell To tell the tnlfli r4Mlti ad rtltlnfttlltltt object tb It irioktlybc ettuer rtVqpyof them ride better than the 5cO Ciriclnbatl Enquirer Warmtilts houlthy snd strong and wards ort coiui i r fevers pncumonluandbroncUltU llUcUcabj t HoodsSarsaparilla I The bestIn fart Iho OliO True Illowt Purifl r- Heeds l Pi Iisure il esTnncrumrri um Ulsrshoat JStt DUientnr In Rnnntn When Mf IohtcdnostHr became the head of the holy synod in Hunda It was reckoned that the days of tits die fi son tors were numbered He would toon stamp them out InIjifttliowitcrht stunslilylntrcnsetl i ysOOOOO of them without reckoning thix old believers who are IROGOufiO strbny A Large then Ionduu Truth rujwrlu that n primary buttery lens been il etjvcrcd1 of such potency t hut nlilgitlmiptyill IboibloU ti to Anmriv4V withitw motive pow r in jjlpsedl h1IL juijijjot Tln jlipcovervwn ntntfw aicidcntaily by two fuotrh lsnod linn hern taken uJl1by nuvcral Mfotcli inuii of Inryo tnounu nod of considerable bar IJll+ k expericnvc 1 A Itllhil Ifnyor The Abcravim nigl8ndl town coma cH lately unanimously clrcUd as mayor 71r Henry Klehurd who 1M tolnlly blind tur1iYnrosciiillniiiHl a limited number or lie ciiruto spirit thiriiiomuiiiM iMiulunted trout degrees bolusI into tolJO degrees lne unit tnoiiiilMl on Bone IxC twh card hllanl In seal tutu green by ninth free to any ail duos on itHvliit of two runts In ulinniiH to pay postage To ho wart the Ito c diMnlm tion of Jill IheniKiliintom in luUniilcil tc I 11Ili 1 to bo tiiwful liI well an oiiiianuMilil littli nrtlilim for tlm home or ollirr amid dltworth the little tioublo sued oxpunso ol i soading fur thclltjIII noNr I silo wo why 3011 call Mr IliKgHlniileriiJiiwedf Why Innannc lIdit fate liGht up s0 tvliun betalttv iifuvitlMi Life Tho Strongei Iortlfirntlon Against dlwuse ono width nublc uatmnl- l f 1I JluuthJrhII mill llt leliiirtit InlliKiiicifl cxponui1 ovwrworlt and ret gn is tho vigor that Iis imparted to u debihUtiiut I1hlIhlI1UIJ tlio iiecrle H meilleinul 1IIJo Biuinl lIltrttriH Htrtmaeb Bitters Yon may possess this vliror hi a liiuliw ilrKivc thllllhu tralnod athlete altlioiiKh vodriris cultic dnvulu stunt tiny bo far inhume to bin Vigor tinpllis sound jfood clqIII1n- llli Hound roposo two uOHflngH conftrnd by tlm UiUorn xvbleli romrdioH inulunal nicurnuticnurvoiis and lidniy trouble WiiT cant you gptannrcldriiMiiMiri r Grumpy tircuuteotheysins Im ti otiito dodge bloyclus Detroit Free lrts1 NnTi Une fur llfly Cent Ot0t UUflPe lred11rh3 nukl tI5oTmlir- stgnlulourremureyumrdrrlrnfultnb b IrtsuhnliUnitL i 11 AN AtchUnn man and pis tulle reuot on spenkmg terms Ixxann ho till Im crrntt- ell hU rubbers from liers AU iilsoii Uolx A 5111n Hpraln lame RU Jacobs Oil euros It all the buuto IT robs the world far a most of1 ttblllty to tlvoin ldlouo flCuu8flyrii 1aixstimid aclxs lbmsuski down hjt Jacobs Od builds up and llnliiios with a curs tVTar man who wears a hair shirt 111141 Ihoso who div seoiufortably lliimHllorii Yoims IJochlnVar I who nccoid iiiB to the 11 story tnn 1 1 away with his did out I IIlove her one Ii particle more S L devotedlyI JthaltI n honest thou huabaufH or J time present day love their s wives No novelistt cotdd invent n story of tnift manly devotion than the humble rcveajidby seder from Mr tarry Chant of It 1Jtlkcl1 Avenue II Dalian Texan Alwiit fontltcnor fin rn months nee bnppenedtorlupc chlhJnlIThcmnnyoutviteI for years usy wife Itnd hcen mfTcrlnt Cram- what the doctor called tn Unni of Menu flit pa1Sltatloigreenble drain with 1 ticnrhiR down pain no iv11111 Sic Rot so Ink ehc could nil gel shun f trdithet any gooil We bcsnn to think that she wall nevci going 10Ft1 well I man what the Mortar unid was titmatter with her nod lie said did you trrr heal tollhintmcdicuutthatlIoJhnvtiltdruld1Cmy1 icme I went to the dnig store Sir Clawttcri on Him Street and bought n tattle The lest and Mcond did not seem to have much enVct ins ItalukenthtUnllcIIhtneYerI thMIIIevery duturmnyowndo it OH tu one day and ncvcriircitis tired or oUfIof iplritu now Dr PJerccV IheaeantPclkts cure constl ptuon promptly and pcroiancntly 0 v W rr1 i r 1- d t HEAVENLY RECOGNITION i i t The Happy Family cf Loved Ones WillI Bo There she 8mUi or t UI Ion ttgtore VIIIL tfdlcoino iMAcroM tfu iuvtt data The InU Whiir Iartlur II Ko Aturr Surmon by lUr T lJutrttt Tnlmsie V Dr Talinago bus qcn for a few daysL Is preaching uuuncclurlng Jo Chicago Minneapolis nldSt Uaul and his sur mon is on a themo which will absorb Dgly Interest all Vhd rcatf It lle re- turnss in a few days to Washington The subject is JlcuvonVy Jlccpgnltion and tho text lIp arc xliv SI0 I shallL goto Him There Is avcryslekchlldin time abode vhlchIf I l l l arsolI c over thaaeofort j a young prlnco tho frosts of pain an l i death Tears arc wino to the King o t t 1 KingtI k prostrate on his face weeping and wailing until the palhce rings with tho outcry of woc i What aro courtly attendants or vic li torious armies or conquered provinces Jf under much circumstances a What to fa any parent is nil splendid surround tag when his child is sick Seven day jf have passed on There in that grat i house two eyelids afro goutly closed y two little hands folded two little feet r quiet ono heart still The servants I conic to bear tidings to the king but II they can not make up their minds to 4 tell him and they stand at the door whispcriug about the matter and Dayld E f hears them and ho looks up and says ri to them Is time child dead Yes lie is dead David rouses himself t up washes himsolf puts on new apparel nUll sits down to food What power hushed that tcinponl What strength WaR it that lifted tip that king b wJioin grief has dethroned Oh it fct was time thouglitthttt he would como swain into the possession otthtut dar ling child No gravedjggdrs spado could little hiiiu Tim wintry blasts of death could not put out Ilia bright lIghtlhcro would ho a forgo somewhere that with silver hammer would weld the broken links In n city where the hoof of mho pale horse never itrlke the pavement ho Would clasp his lost troasuro lie wipes away the tears from ids eyes and he clears tIm cholcing grluf from his throat and ex clnhns Il shall go to hire Was David right or wrong If wti part on earth will wo moot again in the next world Well says some tiimpossibilityir could findour kindred there r Going into some city without having appointed n time nurt places for mcet big you might wandcrM aroujid for weeks and for monthbjanir perhaps for ycarsjaud never tfpa ceach other and I Heaven Is vusler uian3ill earthly cit+ les together unit fiowrttro you goifig to j find your departed friend in thatcoun try Jt Is BO vast a realm JoJinJwc nt up on one mountain of Inspiration fe and ho lOokcM l ff upon time multitude f ondesnllh Thousands lit tlioV fe uIIII 1hnn Ioel rut ulmn grller f altitude of inspiration nn l looked pfj upon it atruiq end 1optiic Lyn thousand times ton thousand And then lie cable On n higher jnomifedf In i splratfniMind looked oft again and he i lIaltlitA hundred and forty and four thousgndsgthousnmdsAmid tJ of inspiration herfpokud ulTubatn and vliflMiW A great multitude that no intm can number j Now 1 askVJiow nnv you going to i find your friend in suolua throng as that Is not thtI Idea wo have boat entertaining attar ell a falsity 7 is r this doctrine of futiiro recognition 6f friends luVHcuven n guess a myth a whimf Vris1 1ta granitic foundation upon wh llhVthc50ulptcVcd oif aliases may bmld a glqripuil liono JntftnsJe- quest67i1 I3vcry heart In tllitf audjoucj- II throbs right ll VIt vJjli 1 yiiN In cveryijul hero lira JOJIIJoJ- nt t least ono dead Tremendous qucfiUanl It makes the lip quiver nllli tl 1C tltislm und t11C eutl4ui- matura tllt Shall wolcufuxycji other y cryit month ntMig inn tOtlfNCIISIi uits 6nh hcct 1 get a letter In a bold scholarly hand QU gilt edged paper asking mo to discuss till question and I say Alma that Is a curious man and ho wants a curious question solved It Hut I get another loiter It Is written with a trembling hand and on what seems to bo a torn out leaf ofn book and there and horn Iis the mark of n tear and I say Oh that Is a broken heart and It wants to bo comforted The object of thin sermon Is to take this theory out of the region of sur mise and speculation into tho region of positive certainty People say It world be very pleanant if that doctrine were true I untie It may bo true Perhaps It U true I wish it were true Nut I bollovo that I can bring bearaupondoctrine of future recognition as plain- lyf as that there is any HeJavcn at all I and that tho kiss of reunion at tho cc K lettial gate will bo aa certain as the H dying kiss at tho door pf tho sepulcher No v tyhgtt oUfnioQolPlrto build- ehipyou Iduat got limo rlghtlcindtor timber You lay the keol and make the framework of itho vcry best ma- terlilaEhakeolsQujgtaudhIgns l plank j p head countprtlmber knees transomsaaU ronfriB011 pnletYpt Bybuncl ship of lighter material but when the cyclone comes on it will go down r manfy e htheywhnvobutwhen tho conurbnwe t4111 btu swamped tottvilltio fdglt dcreth11e want n theory built out Ofr doctrinoofuture f oti8ootpnno4l as OodiMrlidtlfriendsthatstrongest made of ufllrmatlon Yotif trlend trAV homyItoarguing 1 you to prove that there are such since rIslcon versation implies it And DO this BibleI hoes not so positively state this theory as all up and dowu ita chapters takeI It for granted shatt1 wouldItt would not know him Would David have been allowed to record this an U eltrfor tlteBIbleAtrahunlpeople Jacob died nUll was gathered to lilt people Moses died and was peoplettheir old companions Of coursu it anything ning of time Bible four tunes that tis taken for granted The whole New Testament is an arbor over which this vinofrilllIon James John and Peter followed lightll11111null lifts It into time glories of thojjkie lostlal Christs garments vglowCaudl Ills face shines like the sun Tin door of Heavim swings oPt n Twofsplrlta r como and alight on that Hiolfnta-finr The disciples look at them and roeog i afire them as Muses stud Kllas Now if those disciples standing on time car Dj lvfioliedJ toll mo that wcj with our heavenly eyesight will not be able to rccognixi those who have gone out trout among us only 5 10 20 0 years ago The Bible Indicates over and over again that tho angels know each other and then the Bible says that we are to be higher than angels and if the unguls have the power of recog nition shall not wo who are to be higher than they in tim nttl realm liavw as good eyesight and as Igood capacity What did Christ mean in His conversation with Mary and Martini when he said Thy brother shall rise swain It was as much as tq say Dont cry Dont wear your Delves out with this trouble You will scelilm again Thy brother shall rise K6luW Bible describes Heaven as a jrout homo circle r111 now that would bo a very queer lions circle where the members did scat know such other The Bible describes death as asleep If we know each other before WOgoi to sleep shall we uotknow each other after tic wajco II I OJi yes We will know oacji othorn gresit deaf Cot ter thiii thati now Ior ilow fiayn tltbt Apostle wo see through a glass darkly but there face to face It will bo my ptrlflcd g oijthrcwcd null glorified body gazing on your purified ohlhronod and glorified body Now I demand If you believe the Bible that you take tills theory of fu5 turo recognition out of time realm of speculation and surmise into the re clout of positive certainty and no more keep saying I hopo it IIs so I have 1anto able to say with nil tho concentrated energy of body mind and soul I know it is sol Thoro are in addition to these Itlhla urgumenU other reasons why accept this theory In the first place because tho rejection of It implies tho entire obliteration of our mcmorytCan it be possible that we bhjiU forget forever those with whoso wallt look manner Wt have been so long familiar Will death curio and with a sharp keen bindo how away this faculty of mom cry j Abruhul1I said toDlvis Son re member If the exiled and the bit remember will not the enthroned rUt member You know very well that our Joy In any circumstance is augmented by the companionship of our friends We can not sec a picture with less than four eyes or hear a songwith loss than four cars We want some one beside us with whom to exchange glances nUll sympathies and I suppose tho joy of Heaven Is to bo augmented by the fact that wo arc to have our friends with us when there rises before us the thrones of tho blessed and when there surges up in our car tho jubilate of the saved Heaven Is not a contrac tion It Is an expansion If I know you hero I will know you better there hero I see you with only two eyes but there the soul shall have a million eyes It will bo immortality gozlogon immortality ransomed spirit In colloquy with ransomed slfrltvtrtor beside victor When JJ bm Evoas the Scotch minister was sjitedia his study ills wlfo came in and said to him My dear do you thtnk wo will know chch other In Hcavenr He foracdfo her and saidII Mdaroou thiuk tve bigger fOols U Heaven times we are ihcre Again I accept this doctrine of fu taro recognition botfadso Clio world expectancy affirms It In all lauds add 11ihat44rmot relfion forte Is ftcolVod under ill torP1 01 tcllgioM qlibIarf tova sentiment a fooling aa anticipation toabaltmt SoetILtosrwrltblI great deal toimrouaso a Wootlnft with Orpheus fuel HomoK If it ba true that this Is to be tits consequence of doatlij I oftenIInagler dies his servant sometimes stays him self that ho mayservo thu master in the future world Ciqeru living before IChrlst coaling said Oh glorious tiny when 1 shall retire from this low and sordid scone to associate xvltii tho t Ulvlno assemblage of departed spirits and not only with the ono I have just 1 thotcstt If Iadornto boar MfTdUatir AvHirfdftir tude ItAvas byfluomoau thatJLdliluoU wmmostI artIcould not lon + b0 Aeptttaecdf T rTho Korweglambulieves It The In unit believes it lliu nlnlandurheIIMoves iIE Thft SIfKflbo Turks G lIeu h1nlor oyry sky by tworyIsvcrsally ImpliuiTJd v 1UKt bo CJodItn plantcillUhd licnco a right belief The nrguniQnt Is irresistible orybccausethereUloot and feuitpl imp folcoilinatliAt iiu will- dldtingttisli wu know each other In tills world 1 h It morelyby tho color of the eye or thu Icngth f tjp hajr ortliBf cId pyopoi lion Wh no It Is by tho disposl UPp itsIvell by tIn hlt1 niriity it ttng toe word in time very best soiibji uml I11Vitour WWrJCturns unit tliri UiI osllidti Mlwough fcatun to makCts Uihtingffisiiaolo i cad understand how in Hickuqanji scum will become so dfilfrlou 8 tl Iiwill not know his otvr irioncI flu gwill we bow blasted withWuch unsulferablo idiocy that standing beside our best friends in eternity wo will never guess who they are 4 Again I think that one reason vhy we oughtitb except thus doctrine is because we uuferllnl this world have an opportunity give thanks to thO a tu whom wu are spiritually Indebted lima joy of Heaven wo are told Iis to be inaugurated by a review of lifes work These Christian men and women who have been tolling for Christ htivo they sewn time full result of their work Ohno I In time church at Somcrrlllc NJJoint Vreudenburgh preached fur a great many years He felt that Juts ministry was a failure although he was a faithful minister preaching the gospel mill tilts tlmc He died andidicd amid discouragements and went home to God for no ono ever doubled that John Vredenburgh was n good Chris thin mtnUter A little while after his death there camo n great awakening In Somorvllle and ono Sabbath UQO altarbspoasingthorn my own lmorsued mother And tiJlintvapacnllnnfinroarJ1 ito nnarly all of thosqiDO bgnls uv s that tiieydatSd tHDlVVeHjrlOjlj impr t slons frod 8tfltJ mhd tOlubq VTr dcnunrAh JIG tt i dqa 1h a man before time tltrndut of yodt tcvoi meet filiosc douln brought to Christ throwt his inotrumentality Ohi of cnurs Lime will laiawthuiu1It SL nnuin her ono Sabbattir fUruoon borno downlNvitlit the sensefo f 111 sIn M and Taiowlng not Jod I toolr up Dod drhlggs KIse ntillf11r6 rnstiItf Oh whatla dark aftefTiooii ittvas and I read jtho chapters anjl I read JIll prayers andit tried to mauls time prayerk mtOh Oh I rrtust Hee Ijillpj Dodd ldgu A glorious old book Hu wrot d It Is onto taahloit how There Iis a mother before time throne of Onaou say lieu augtmtuntationYou way UHIO can be OfIt Can tliuro bye ollerIaoli was n wanderer and n vagabond on lido parh Avlun that good niofli tr dlud Jlo broke her old heart She died leaving him lit tho wilderness of thir Siter IIs before tho throne of Ood now Years lans afld that son repents of his criiiics tumid gives his heart to lad gnd becomes a useful Christian ll flics arid enters the gates of Heaven You toll me that mothers joy can not bo aug mented Lot them comfort each oth er the son and the mother Oh alma says to the angels of God rejolco with met Tiio dead is alive again and tho lost Is found Hallelujah I nev er expected to Bee this lust one come back Tae Bible says nations are to bo born in n day When China comes to Corf will It not know Dr Abed WhenYndln comes will It not know Dr John Scuddor When the Indians come to God will thoy not know David llralncrd 1 see a soul entering heaven at last with covered face at the idea that It has done so little for Christ and feel ing borno down with untvorthlueasc and it says to itself t have no right io be liefcw A rolco fold a throne saysfUit you onrcl Sunday school clMs jp1l fQTlcj Itoff t+ Ui n- I was oi1t ot1rrnt Aqdsanothej7oic8I yaT lar whom you gave ft loaf leaand told of the heavenly broad I was that man And an other says You forget that sick one to whooi you gave medicine for the body and the soul I was that one AnSt then Christ tram a throne onl-t pplDJraU the rust will say IndN ofItthosecInfl seraphs willI take their harps from j I WhatIbendingdahallbeI dlitosedtonUlonis Mitif ad manj in their larft hburou Dearth lewd confirmed this pqrlioDswhQ1voment and knew not what they wero about but of persons who died in cnlmt I ness and placidity and who were not naturally superstitious Often tho dylugMildiho paw and heard those who hail gone away from him How often 1 it is Icrtho dying moments parents see their was1lc1ipnrt ichildrenandchildrenseedhClr- dIcparted parent I camo down to thu timeAverRouted and after awhilo I saw homo I1nltIJhm1 rose and 1 got In unit was trans ported And so I suppose It willI bo in Uio evening of our life We will cOmo4 9wn tu tho 1lvprQff I Q tblnI1Jlflvu n signal to out friends on thn ihoru stud they will give n signal back tijus and tli6bot winos and our tie iIjrtelllclntr d arc tho oarsmen tho thot2Psi leOh have you never sat beside sec deathbed In that hour you hear time itiarlliig soifl cry Harkl look You 1 hearkened and yon looked A little jciilld pining away beouuneothodvuth oI its mother getting 1lecrns weaker every day was ulfgr1UtiUlu robin whore 1 hung tno picture of her toother Shoscotnod to enjoy looking OK it und then site was taken awny ufld after awhile Iliad In tho last lament that wan und wasted little ono lifted her hands while her taco lighted up with tho glory of tho next j Wjprld arid cried Out Mother Do you tilImo hhq did not nee her mother Sfio t1ltlolu my first BcUlomunt at nllIrltlvllslnneighbors was dying He teas n gOod 1 mean nail ho said ho hoard time angels of Uul singing before the throne 1 1 rhKvont much pootry about me but I ii- llltcnftd timid 1 heard them toot Said ii- I lOr have no doubt of it Why Wo 1 hyJnmiistcrlng spirits Wbp mire they to 1 hct Souls that wont up from Madras or Antioch or Jerusalem Oh not our glorified kindred are going to troop around its- hleaveu IIs not a stately formal place jj- ni I somotliiiet hear it described a- very frigidity of splendor whore Ilea plo stand on cold formalities andt go j around about with heavy crowns of gold on their Reads No that is not my idea of Heaven My ides of Heaven Is more like this You are seated In tho evening tide by time fireplace your whole family thorn or nearly nllo them Whllo you are seated talking and onjojlug the evening hour there is a knock at irSdoor and tho door opens and thisru loomlJenLI Jt9ActglII cer shore ho than you leap up and iho qt is ttlshall give hint Iho first cu brace ThatIs my Idea oMioavenko a Srtiat homo circle whore they aro waiting for us tntINTERESTING ITEMS Ilti iliuutixo an lKhglfsh woman htis a tin vorco1 rell pct valued at j sibooo j B of the graves in MU Vernon cemetery Atchison Kas Iin markld j us follows Horn 7007 flied 327- eyil A sioiKrvn German dootorprOfos son hoe discovered a now nervous dhlii el Amcrlcanltis H means tluLtII the American is twice us smart ai time I uropcnnIA fete bear was killed near Minnm clen City Mich rppontly loarsaroIbecoming quito numerous 1 county moro no than since tho great II fire of 18S1 11tourdI11 the jamb instead of time door and keys i turn in the opposite direction from thiiso we use 1 iliK mosque of St Sophia at Con stantinople was built with mortar perfumed with musk It was erected 1000 years ago yet the musky smelt ia still noticeable A LONDON scientist hiss Invented a mhror of collulold which accurately- rddedta every object Tho celluloid mtrror iIs unbreakable and in cheaper tliiin glass and lighter let house of representatives of Ton- neslec1Iy a vote of 63 to 33 passed the bill requiring contestants for the of floe of governor to giro bond fur S23 0M before beginning the contest Dr P A llitOWKR 61 feadinglias atilt drives the horao whlcV ho rode as JI JcaralryitoaB during tlte year t The animal Iis 41 years q1d and th doe tot claimsI Its thud o cIestkeite lta1k- egrid ti t r V ji ii t i W l L ii- l1 tfh txr r LJ Ll II 4 PCRSONAt AND IMPIRtONAU Jr Time Inrgeat nmml pension k ttBoo pai3jIGtcttt WbI to m4 ttIhI tultyfiumlimoS Tbu wonmtuntgtsjaaS qplalt1 iol NQwZcnltcUln but ono IB the loft oil but she t == ttllltl1el 4 handRlIlllj i rjfsojs ISII tilt i s cstah of safe QTiliterbyy IIIofdA29fJI oAItN+ t alkty whleklanllJll 51 for Hcrcrttl ycars WQ 7i OIa Sr II vTho czar of Russia IH very foriel of tlpjpo LtkolnwIdcHtiaurcof 1rnnce r 1- tt e qinneror Is never MO happy nnwhey y l Hinoklng n briurwuodvvhleh lie 1n R- Ilnlt1yilrcgfutmlI tlitpotiettgr t tat he ustmhll IIm I rolj1f lJIt aIntfprnlnn t rct r iOGe tltolies ot the Hdifthtefts Ttfphec AnilOsiI e Wr tiro being rcpubllHlied was n sailor whIm hd wee quite youngs mites h Wttn dell down iniMapinqluupttminarrleiJft yj rtnughtcr of n chief justice sad began hln lilcrnryllfo mostproSpcrbunly A writer In time Saturday Itevluw Ue scribes Andrew Lang us this muster of apt entertaining allusion ktiowl edge extensive rending chnppcdiflncf scrimps Limit certainly not dlgcHtqd s f kind of lawyers knowlcdgqofjjtrrajjfjj precedent And nothing further tune only moro knowlbdgo and ntlll inbro r knowledgo u luau Uurlow the writer of Irish r tales Ila diHorlbid by one who IIIIH seen her In tier home near Dublin an tail stud slight with n shy girlish look And i n milliner most charmingly una fleeted She huts auburn hair blue eyes and it t fair skin nod nt tines her face lights up with a merry look und she gliosyan 1nt oUJIIPflpthelJo humor Xhjohirejn1 eill the Hayings pf tht happygolucky i peiiRiintM of rlHponiiel If t I BREADMAKINQ IN ZUNtt r iVrnllnr IrorcKii InIuyeathrthetnrbla f1 n ill u it Voiiioii humbug ruHlileiicuatuul the Inrgeiui of the Indian pueblos In novthwohtern New Mexico 1 Imvu often Watched therm- uthurs and diughti rH of the tribe at tluli lntrrt Mtiiig work of making IhniwjI or paper bread They use abKirtrfof It clthur earn dr wheat whloliMv often v I belled In ndvancu to make It more tch r tar and is then ground on much the hnint prlmltlvu stylet of Htout lend mill u n that lined In Old AlcxlcyI After the fiimle or wheat hUH ibeen once ground a through the hand mill it la passed thruiigh time same ojiuratlon at leant ouvo more to inako It still llnUr and l III He1tIIIIf f Il I 1th r v T who are wonderfully adept In tlmpot t a tutt art and that of ducOratlouJn trlk Ingyet tastofiil deslgiiH tI y If time Hour prepared fur time baking boflthuntthdhrendw111bdufnblulshrr tint cud if of corn whiter Whllo the t pi0iaration IIIIH been niado above the woodffd Haute burning In tho Ireplaflo of the Htone or concrete IIOIINC Mlero t has hero slowly heating n slab of toileL the upper mirfnvc of which is ritiiooth ti stud oily by lung nsu In nuikliiff hnlwutKnculiiig before the hot atoms when all IN ready the Indian womtin ultra her hand tutu the Jar of water at her nldo and then KwIfUy nwtcps that dripping iminhur over time luck of the tumble Ibovin a broad voftuur of liquid dough which thoroughly pukes In a few nee I i ends CllgiHg thl tl Iicdge1o thB J IIIHIllt1 t liriiMil lIy time niintrM oett J 4 t other 11mn111IIC then poets It almoHt bit fllq ninooHli Alone by onotTWltrouHjfrlf I leaving one edge still attached IUhhlg another snoop nf harp nona ltiYyepurntuii 41 i ovi flapping time adhering film with the y 11 fYtfsh applies ldt The double 11ctl1t1ortii of sjuvaring and peeling continues ihi r Kwlft i ucucssloiv und by thu- mcthal j l I mudylttlr I hugthriiing tOlds by the htdtftif tho panuddru ad she worltHt A Zuti vromaii tnkutr great pridft In her ability to how the cite baking in one uubrokur sheaf no matter how long she may CUll thine When HnUhed th6 long hbW6t V bread isfoldnl much after the faHlffm 1 of the leaveHof an uncut inagaselneund b then tightly rolled that it may not dry lu this1 nianucV It Is kept 1IIIfftlato of j reHcrvatlon for futur usA for It la Hfldont halted for Jirimwllatc tau Kiimptlon Thin paper bread IIs not used for ordinary lioyuchold pun oiies but Is baked when a party of warriorsflittnterR lu malting ready tor n lolig trip Into the wilds or vlicn notno one U J I v tlepartlng on nn extended journey rRomans Hoinc Companion tTheir UccufiMllou A uilddlengciHvoinan with an armful of parcels was walking along MlwiloO Ktrtct recently when alma suddenly itopKll and Hturcd at n laborer nhovcl lug dirt out of a trench In tho Mtrwjb An he atralgbtcned up she rccpBteed t nt her divorced husbmul 1tAll how are you Malice Pbat rt yc debt car Ho tried to wither her with a glare1 but she continued to smile sweetly 14le want to know whet Im Oofn h Well Im carnla allwoflyi JJaL tire lire l1 Iu l FlilfSurCt 3lolkcd lime a IifepillR ttoto lIty o Ho resumed hiiaI slmovelfI njeen IrVnton down tiestreeCtelils frefis wbIIlIyiutlsAed w UHltrH1t 11Fan ctliPoitJtt W r iJAt 1 J gdar I i iprrih1I 1Fdjrv d- V j t= 5J a o I t Coto ti 0 rf p J itt I z No GripeV bS p MIN Zd a rUIII The Wi eW au I t4 ai itcoe ted pflts which tear you all to Geese eN Mt la k wttII Needs Easy to lake Hoodset Hoe4 Pills which arc WIt to date hi every reipeot tib eerUtnandauro AU deeiigleu C o I wood at co Lowell Mat TIM only tine to take with floods Barmparllte y + y VN =LATE MATE KEWI I BJiJi l lr yiii u i vy y 44a aJI Southern watermelon have made their appearance In the Kentucky markoU Elijah Boyd of Ohio county ia 81 years old and hUll ten living sons nilI Democrats The MtaoDs of Paducah aro contemplating the erection of a five story temp t oI ia the near future The United States building and loan association of Louisville line made an Malgnment1 The company claims to be anlyent Tho Djvor Newa is rcnponsiblo for the Statement that a Mason county farmer delivered a 61 pound ham in Muysville tho other day Ben Bradley colored of Mlllcrsburg i gave Ilia wife an apple containing strych mine 8ho died in a few minutes Brad Joy is under arrest At Stanford Frank Brooks was given 41 years In the penitentiary for the mur der of section foreman Nevits Ten o the jury favored hanging =Concurd has a ludy pnper hunger per haps tho only one in tho United States Her name is Mrs Corn Curran and her work always giv w excellent satisfaction Harrodsburg women own about t500 00 worth of property nail yet they are not allowed a voice in the councils for the welfare of that city not oven in the liquor traffic question Thoasscssors report of Jefferson coun ty shows a decreaio in the vnluention of property for 1897 of 8000000 from InstI year During the past year there wore 1573 marriages 1764 births and 5112I leaths Jackson and Walling worn transferred from tho Covington jail to tho jailat Alexandria the county scat of Campbell county twelve miles south of Newport last week Their quarters nro much bet tor and safer Arthur Ilatt charged with the mur i der of n lunatic in the Eastern Kentucky t Asylum and who confessed nnd Kl1veI himself up in England has been broughtI back and is in jail at Lexington lie now says ho will bo cleared at his trialtt A Marshall county candidate ia up to the times and had cards printed lthJJ the following wording Vote for T11 Ozment and prosperity will begin the sun will shine brighter and yourappetito will increase A sure cure for all aches and pains The smallest pair of people for their I ages that have been seen for many n day t were In Stanford recently says the In t tenor Journal They wore William Harrison Hunt and sister Mary who live on Cedar creek in tho east end of the county The former is 3ft and weighs 6ft pounds while the latter ia 27 and tips the beam at only 40 Tho Mayfield Mirror comes out with the wonderful statement that W T Newton of Fulton creek has a sheep that gave birth to one lamb about three weeks ago A week from thattime two more lambs wore born to the sheep and after another reek had lapsed two more lambs were dropped by tho same ewe All are living except the first onoJJ Within a few days throe children of Nato Hale a merchant nt Murray Ky have mot violent and horrible deaths Ills daughter Miss Florence was burned to death a son William swallowed alt cohol from a bicycle lamp while drunk and died in fearful agony Now another son Bennett has gone to tho grave by uiclding Ho shot himself in tho head In looking up county utatistlca the Georgetown Times finds that the asses ctrs books reveal some curious facts W The county bout or three militiamen MHHgh in times of peace Nearly allI tbc ttalUeus are of the com MOB kind 14 art llaied at an average price of 40 per iMd There are only 12 diaMtoafc f fetWtir comity Jest thlak of the MsWttftt e1pate jtw l7 that itwfi ly r a F i oUrFourHundred Only 16S5 worth of safes while the pianos are few In number and of it very cheap character Thee value paintings is loss than fl00 There are times when figures do lie A Middlesboro flan looking for a novel advertising scheme conceived the idea of having an apple eating contest on Monday which WM Wallhln ton birth day A half daM apples were hung antiUlt theshatingatheir hands tied behind them A pair of shoes was given as first prize and ont dollar for tho second A good crowd was out and thoroughly enjoyed the fun PaducAh ladies beat tho world In get ting up attractive church entertain menu They held one a few nights ago and advertised as a feature of it a swimming match between two young ladles The house was crowded of course When the swimming match was reached on tho program and the curtain raised two ladles wore seen on tho stage with a stand between them On tho stand was a wash bowl of water and on the surface of the water was a luclfer math floating or swimming The audience was bit in the contra of its risibilities and screamed and roared with laughter HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine rind let it stand twentyfour hours a lied iment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid fey trouble Too frequent desire t urinate or pain in the back is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order DOfThere is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr OttersSwamp Hoot tho great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of tho urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to hold urine and scalding pain in passing Iit or bud eflects following use af liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate rho mild and the oxtraordi nary offset of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands the highest for iita won derful cures of the moat distressing casea If you need a medicine you should have tho lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bot tie and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention TIIIC HAZKI GIIKEN HKUAIU and send your full poatoffico address to Dr Kilmer ets Co Dinghsmpton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this niter 22 Consolation Chat Harriott Dlankcnships house caught fire but was put out before much dam age was done TCJUO James nnd his crew were around on the creek again and lifted some of C C Qillaspies oats but wo did not learn how many bushels were stolen Hiram Blankenoblp left his farm lat March and went to the blue grass iis this week moving back as the result of not getting his price E L Blankenship and James Motley are candidates for road overseer subject to the action of the exempted hands as they are tho only hands in the district who are not preachers cripples or too old U work There lived a man In Canton town They call him McKinley the bold Ho cares nothing for the men around But all he wants is gold The news came to Washington This man he Will told That In 1000 there would bo Something more than gold The people will look up nnd say Come now Into my fold Free silver wo must have this year Thats something snore than gold But let them have their pleasures gay And count their wealth untold With free silver In the land today Wed have something more than sold March u Tits DKAKE Blood and Nerves nro very close ly rotated Keep tho blood rich puro and healthy with hoods Snrsnpnrilla and you will two no nervousness Hoods Plll rbest afterdinner llllsnid digestion prevent constipation MutltirtktlewliBis ROBEHT LXR TEXAS Feb 251897 Editor Spencer Cooper Enclosed herewith 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