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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 71 r i w j F I t t l r t j f f fj J J W1 I j I i J 1 r I I IorhI tfJ 1 Ift fJ IJ 1 HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD J lJ OO Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the oTJoaatkanStory and His Continent by Max ORell IIat+ fsflNOEPI COOPER Owner and Editor ior fttUUy World With K we Fr m All NiUioBi LuwVrUc at HU Bek IAN A YIAR Alwave In Ava qes1 t TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURRDAV MARCH 18 1RMe 1 IifFor Tits HERALD I THE GOLD RING ELLf1fi As I attempt to portray this story I pieel that I have undertaken the greatest literary task of my life nut it ia not f my intention to make it eloqueut wi f ithe beau ideal of Greece and radio with the IIky of Italy Far from it nut 11 touching upoa the story it ii time commence Bluford Victor hid all the characteristics of A true gentleman pOSe o sassing a manly heart honorable am I tion and lofty motive Fair to beho f phasing in manner and lively and tertaining in conversation he was des Alined to pursue u romantic career A rIt was in the autumnal season wh- rrJ the stately trees bid just been stripp Sj of their gorgeous brilliant foliage a when a fan of the spicy odorifero rbreeze was cool and pleasant that BI lord met Grace Castlcton for the fi time in life V Grace Castleton possessed the kind y beauty that perishes net j tho kind th adurns every honest face j the kind th shines in the virtuous life the kind th sweetens the voice of sympathy j ti vkind that sparkles on the brow of w Rdom j the kind that flashes in the eye e love j the kind that II is tho beauty of ti world ef worlds She had that Inwa spirit that tunes the voice to eublim melody and wreathes the countenance in perfect charms Truly else is just luch an one to make some manly toll a devoted lover more thnn thata cherished loving life companion j eu aa one to speak soothing words of ena dearment to A troubledsoul and fill hs heart with sweetest ecsUcies of exult joy She was just like one of those wild flowers which you sometimes see waving its head in the woods nnd looking civilized and ardent like Jluford Victor admired Grace Castle tons personal charms nnd picturesque graceful womanly features from his fir acquaintance with her Their acquaia- once of course though incidentally de veloped into a ease of courtship whi loon launched them upon the boils though blissful sea of love Their ref a Lions from the beginning of their caurt ship had been of the warmest love pro grossing nature But truly every meet must have its bitter Meanwhile ig they were about ready to land their beat cturtahip upon the blissful hippy ecru of marriage the cloud ef war began t9 gather the nations honor must be pr I served and Bluford began to show j intensity of feeling of which no one hiI dreamed The political instinct asserted itself and grew with astonishing rapidity and before Grace thought it possible Bluford had bidden her an affectionate adieu and had gone down south to play his part in the heroic glorious etrugzl- In loving faithfulness Grace kept abi ing trust in his last whispered word r Darliag Grace you know my heart jj- itroat KB till I come back Grace prom viced his with a heart bleeding wi thIi lave that ahe would and put a gold rf- k k on hit Middle fingec which had the IniI tlala of her sameG Uengraved on Jit There was a weary lapse of time Grace came neither letter nor token that h the gay young lover of that happy sum Her ever thought or dreamed of her and he had drifted quite out of the memory of the circle whoso brightest star and 5 JQ111e had once been No one except fair GrAce Caltletoo klesed his picture jr kept kit name sacred in their heart Graces homo was an humble ono a neat little cottage Autumn faded into winter j snow fell covering the little illlecks around the cottage home Sprig followed with balmy winds and gent skies and summer and winter againI leasea after season passed away BeautitI tat Grace I The promise of her girlhood WM developing into a glorious maturity She might have been a jewel as they galled her fir ahe seemed to posses aUI1 l tae charms and brightness that womanI kind Jla heir te One by one the gay y L tNg lads came to the cettage to pay j ithefc homage to i r and fitIMHI aewu i A 1 aDdt te fIe tu oc be rvcMi yet s U r Iii P t 1l1 j tidingsfromEvery day tidings from Bluford was broughtdisappointment sadness anguish and desolation as that which reigned in the heart of Grace Cas nthtletonI At last f itntwas understood that a battle was being horribletoflushings of different thoughts that flew through the brains of Grace Castleton I beganblI to think waridWasenIt possible T Will bearing upon her mind Not longI and the news was flashed us by terribleInt 8thndVictorUIallenceutherotlittle cottage home tout Cinda Graces lotooI heratOrl1ceatjewel she moved about with sealed lips eyesiseand goingetdGrace rose quickly and drew a shawl goingltour You Grace Nonsense star where I yu arc wmust go pleaded ahe following hiIchThey were soon on the battle field soldiersissaid as Grace and her father approached ntAy she was But how did you come outCBad bad We tried to retreat but aothe enemy surrounded us and liked toil have wiped us off the face of the earth There you sec lies a wounded soldier goncrst andtbeheld eightnhI Igtbril1ed through every fibre of her being Approaching tho placo where he lay sheII knelt down beside him A muscular figure dressed in federal uniform wear ing the mark of some runk upon hisjj facefj tho curling black hair lying in tangled remasses over the bloodstained brow Grace smoothed it back and pressed harjj 0band resolutely to his bel1rtII shouteddhis heart is beating indeed it is Letu take him home with us and try to save bimII Da as she bids you said ono of theII soldiers and the order was obeyed They laid him on a litter and carried I theredI Grace and her mother went to They understood their task and went to work in earnestII Poor fellow said Graces mother fear he is about gone SireII had been washing the rom hisII wounds and then pulled off the gloves pulseToWhen she had done saw on finger a gold ring that glittered like diaII monde Taking it off his linger she saw plainly the two letters G C Graces mother caught sight of it and gave a wild happy shout but Greco with a face like death and eyes that sparkled like diamonds silenced herrTie hetI Bluford Victor I Do youe teat Let us work and save him said GraceJAnd they did work His befj ImproveIIrapidly A dim and he murmured just above his breath tCote darliig Grace I have got back at lastlq1 Grace heard him and dropped a faint with happy shout of joy at bllJ d JIOnly one sinus wedding at the cottage home Blu ford Victor won for his bride Grace Cas tletop sweet bonny and tderfTt Oire OaU JI OM Hl TabletsaAUdnigfisUrelttndtheineQOtfitfaiti to CUlt 25c J oi TO L1IIILATU1E taiNU te Be MMU e4 at the Extr- gette oa We herewith give a list of the forty two subjrcts put before the legislature Governorf I First The prevention of mob iolenceII the punishment of those engaged Illume and tho protection of life limb and propII crttt Second Tho curtailing of salaries fees expenses and costs in each and ev ery branch of the public service ensurhI ing of speedy trials and verdicts and preventing she burdening ef the appelI ate aud circuit court dockets Third Amending the criminal lawII concerning grand larceny embezzlement and obtaining money under false pre tensesFourthAllowing the state inspector andexaminer to employ a stenographer and providing compensation for the sameFifthProviding for tho payment of the floating debt current expenses and necessary appropriations made and to be made for the state SixthAbandoning the penitentiary at Eddyvillo and providing necessary workshops cells machinery etc at the Frankfort penitentiary or if thia be not deemed proper providing the necessary workshops machinery etc nt each of said penitentiariesll SeventhThe adoption of such legiII lation as may be necessary to provide for the building or purchase of a house or houses of reform amending or changing the law in regard thereto and providing for the confinement of persons mentioned in the act creating such houses In places other than the penitentiarysEighthThorougblymendlngcbaniI ing and revising the election lawiRNinth Providing that all elections for school trustees shall be held by secret ballot Tenth Apportioning the state into appellate and circuit court senatorial i and legislative districts as provided by the constitutiondEleventh To create any necessary additional circuit court districts and changing the time of holding any circuit courtTweHthAuthorlzing the revision al teratien amendment or codification of of the statute laws of the state ThirteenthLegalizing the discount sag of asylum warrrants and providing for the necessary improvement of asy fume and sewerage of the sam- eFourtoenthIrevonting convicts from testifying or regulating the manner of sarnoFlfteenthRc1feylng litigants who have actions pending or that nay be pending in the court of appeals for the period of two years Sixteenth Enlarging the powers and duties of the board of pbaratacyoSeventeenth Compelling state banks trust companies private banks building and loan associations and other like cor porations to make quarterly reports and providing fer the appointment of an inspector and examiner of the seine whose salary is to be paid by said insti tutions Eighteenth Amendiogstatuto govern ing cities ef the secondclaw u to meth ods of assessment for street and sewerage purposes and as to public libraries thereinNineteenthProviding severe punish ment of all persons who interrupt public meetings or speakers or deny or abridge right of free speech TwentiethProtecting trees and plants north ravages of the San Jose SaleTwentyrsbAmending the Ilaw n- oIltrnatuaitre+rea Tweatrscoa l MaklHg the law re gardiag operators ef minesI aad stone uarries applicable to owners of gas and wells Twentythird Amending the act ef 16 1892 regarding the iesua el herds by ceMties to land iadebtedatM gad payment If etmTweatyfeurthcommissioners to reinvest tJaeIM 000 belengfag to the state agricultural and mechanical college er isstte heed for same aid caking load any 1 1jj wtaiied by that iutitutkm J i I- fi UIII Twentyfifth Protecting coal miners coalaInto this state- TnentyelxthProviding for the sub Mission to the voters of the state taking vote thereon and certifying the amendment now proposed and those hereafter proposed to the state constitutio- nTwentyseventhFixing the boundar lei of cities and towns of tbisitato situa ted contiguously to other states- TwentyeighthAmending statute goy erning cities ef the fourth clas- sTwentyninthAmending the law re lating to official indexers Thirtieth Amending and altering the law concerning public printing and eta tiiaeqTbirtyfirstAmending revenues and- axation laws coaceraiog the dutlef sheriff to exhaust all remedies to collect taxes before selling land facilitating the collection of delinquent taxes changing the time of making reports to the audi tor for use of the board of valuation and assessment and changing the time of rendering to said board by corp rationsThirtysecondThe passage of laws clearing defining and carrying into effect the provisions of Sections i05 1H and 246 of the constitutio- nThlrtythlrdChanging tho time ef making reports by tho insurance com missionerTbirtyfourthModifying andamend ing the laws for tho government of towns in the sixth clone and other towns Thirtyfifth Amending section 22 article 3 chapter 100 public acts 18914 3- Thirtysixth Amending section 1C ar title 2 chapter 48 public acts 18U4 also amending an act entitled An act to amend section 14 chapter 58 general approved January 1C 1892 amending setting ff chapter 243 j public acts 189123- ThlrtlleventhAmcnding the law concerning the inspection and weighing of grain and regulation of elevators warehouses and granaries in which grain is stored Thirtyeighth Regulating the juris of appellate circuit county and quarterly court- sThirtyninthAmendlng an act en titled An act to amend an act entitled An act providing for the creating and regulating of private corporations in so far as same amends section 34 of same chapter 43 public acts of 189123 also amending section 11 article 8 chapter 103 public acts 189123 FortiethEstablIshing and regulating fees collectible by secretary of stele or assistant secretary of state and manner treasuryFertyflrst allowing cities and towns to buy property for taxes and hold same subject to redemption as to real estate FortysecrndThe election of a United States senator to fill the vacancy in said ffice upon the expiration of the tempo ray tern ef the Hon A T Weed Seta Lever Mi Fertile A Lexington special to the Enquirer says One dusty day last summer a a pretty blackeyed girl known as fltaa ley Hood was fished from the foul waters ef the workhouse pond by lat nts 01 tho Queen do Crescent railroad sobs bad witnessed her leap from the bank many feet above She had attempted suicide because of a misunderstanding with her sweetheart A few days later Abe Lap from a Louisville drummer attempted to steal the girl out of the Rescue Home He was felled and it became knewn that the girl was andBlreM and that Lamp from was her 1lofer A few weeks ago the girl made her escape from the Sense of Mercy wad went to live in Mrs Dud leys resort She left and wag not heard of again until today when her father David Horn a respectable looking old man from Beattyville appeared at the courthouse with the girl led she was made the wife of Lampfrom under her right aame Sudle Born By this marriage she eomes lite pee session of as estate of 130000 left ia for her at Quite Ill tar her grandmother The couple will ge te Beattyville to har- tWOKDERIrUL we the cares bj theyaresIaprtleacedinNMaalrtaL S M irJ =1 1wk 1 h O I JJiult b1 KefKtTheup from retplies received from 117 cerresfeadeats representing 100 counties The counties failing to report are Allen Bourbon Casey Floyd Garrard ttreea up Hlckman Jackson Jebntoo Kaott Lee Leslie Livingston Msgoffla Martin PerryWheat log ordeals the wheat crop passes the winter with condition averaging 8B Oa December let lot the condition was 111 ant March 1st 191 the condition was sixtyfour Out of m replies received to question fag wheat suffered from any cause cur lag the winter 118 answered aflBrmatlve ly and 21 answered no The cause generally assigned is sudden and hard protectiORTheon the late portion of the crop and ia many cases the condition of part of the crop Is reported precarious in the ex IGOklngwettbough apprtbendooi feltThe per cent of 1890 crop still in far mers hands average 9 per cent and in view of the shortness of that crop it may be said that there It practically no wheat so held The prico of No2 wheat in the state averages 84 cents per pushel Live Stock Abundant cheap teed and mainly open weather during the winter combine to make an excellent condition of live stock at this time Ne contagious or infectious disease Iia reported prevalent with the exception of the ever prevailing hog cholera j and as to this 91a correspondents report hogs free from cholera and thrifty as against 62 who report cholera present corrcepondome r leads to the conclusion that the loss of hogs is duo to a number of other ailments likely to appear among hogs in a low state of vitality and nfL to genuine oases of choleraThe e condition of the different classes of live stock is for horses 90 cat tie V5j sheep 88 and hogs 91 The supply of horses continues in ex cess of tho demand while cattle and sheep are scarce and higher Hoge whilo plentiful in most sections aro iu good demand Rains and Floods Recent heavy rains have wrought great damage both to crops ia low lands and in washing the soil Tho damage to hemp In shock and stack has been very heavy and farm wink has been practically at a standstill for several weeks Fruit Prospects What Information q Is furnished on this score IIs largely to injureor 1 the Bluegrass Nurseries Is net inclined to this epinion He conllders the pros pect for all kinds of fruit above the average for this period A Request This bureau greatly desires te have a correct and Intelligent port from each county in the state dur tag the season covering the planting and maturing ef the various crops and will appreciate voluntary offers of services ia those counties given as not reporting In the beginning ef this report Though the labor will be without pecuniary re jardef the state to see that their county does net tag Ila this matter Toe much can net be said in praise ef the correspoadeata who have beea so faithful in tlli pest aad ealy with the number may beiacreated until the entire Isle is covered LucAs Moox Cemmtssioaer of Agriculture la the last ceatury the farmers ef Mid dlesex the county IB which Loadoa Se e U partly situated petitioned perllameat I against Improving the abominable reask of England They fraakhr claimed thatrso Illas the toads were DM they has a meaopoly ef the London markets forth aeJe ei their vegetables fruit and grate t that if tile re 4e wen improved the far men ef titer eeiatte weald ae ahte is hdaf their paee to the Lepslea pr kits whleh wemM te diiMtfso baste i dsattrywefMMdleLUei1NThy 5e t1 Boetei KIlt I r l wo tt 7 A f FTiETi i M 1fJl1GlhtJ il QfRCnllTjtn Raw IloWd All buts r Jluriit iihU lUculnlc tha 8m llr tAct ufI1Iftlll IiiYvhiiiiihttiiah a tin 8tsrr Pad Orloa ThU Kcrmbh bf tr Tnlmngo lookin nit thojijUlnltl lipnvqns through the Ii cyua or onoot the ancients is unique I for practicality and must auwhll to iitithtnkjnr 1lljp text Is AMOS vy SgvqstttrkA country farmer Wrote this text r AUIOH df Tckoa Ho plowed the earth unit threshed the grain by a na v threshing machine just invented an formerly the cuttle trod out the grain Hcpathcrod tho fruit of the sycamore tree and scarflod it with an iroh comb Just before it was gutting ripe pewit jua necessary und custoniury Iin that way to take from it the bitterness He was the ton of a poor shepherd and Muttered but before the stammering rustic the IMilllxttnos and Syrians and Phoenicians and Moabltcs and Am mpnUtw and EJotnltcs and Israelites trembled Moses was a lawgiver Daniel was a prince Isaiah acourier and David king but Amos thu author of my text wasjv ipeasant nail as might bo supIpoticdi nearly all his parallelisms nro pastoral his prophecy full of the odor of ncw mown hay and tho rattle of locusts and the rumble of carts with heaves and the roar of wild hcastit devouring the flock while the I shepherd came out in their de fcnsct Ho watched tho herds by I any and by night Inhabited a booth made of bushes BO that through these branches ho could see tho stars I an night lung and was morn familiar I with them than wo who have tight roofs 10 our houses and hardly ever sec tho tars except among tho tall brick ohlm ucy of the great towns Hut at sea lmjti of thu year when the herds woru I In bpncial danger ho would stay out in tno open Held nil through tho dark seas Ills only shelter the curtain of the night heaven with the stellar em lirodorics and silvered tassels of lunar t Ufft What n life of solitude all alone with 1 Ids herds Poor Ainosl And at IJ voltboars growl and the owls towhltto who arid the serpents hiss as ho mi wittingly stops too near while moving through the thickets1 So Amos like I other herdsmen got the habit of fttudying the map of tho heavens be eau b it was so much of tho timo spread out before him Ho noticed tomb stars advancing and others receding Ho associated their dawn and butting with certain seasons of the year Ho hall a poetic na lure and lie read night by night and month by month and year by your the poem of tho constellations dl divinely rhythmic Hut two rosettes of stars especially attracted his nttcu lyingof the midnight heavens the Pleiades or Seven Stars and Orion The former group thls rustic prophet associated with the spring ns it rises about tho 1st of May The latter ho asso elated with the winter as It Comes 1 to the meridian in January Tho c riqlailcn or Seven Stars connected theherald 1 dents were tho moro opt to study tho physiognomy anti juxtaposition of the heavenly bodies because they thought t thoctthe mopn ovary tow hours lifts and lots ftdontho tides of tho Atlantic ocean nod tho electric storms In tho sun by all sclontlfio admission affected the lroportfonltc I And there nro some things which make me think that it may not hiivo bebuniliinupcrstltlonWhlch connected the pavements and appounuico of the heiveuly bodies with great moral rUnlInChristmas night Wand dustgnatc tho trough cruilla of our Lord Pill not tine ItJll1lns1Stt I that Tnsforo tho destructfoii of Jcrusa 1cm the moon was hidden for 13 con B- tcuutivc nights Dldit merclyhappen It UiatKa now iUr appqarcd ltj conatcl atlon Cnssloncjn t nd than dlsap pcarotl just before Charles IofrClipbnlitb1btorIailed Woslt without slgulflcanee that pcrorlustitilupWded by tljo dimness of the sun vli1ch for nVarly a year yto no iiiofo light titan lhetl1bol nLthough there wero ItAstrblogy i ml bare boon Something moro tllauA brilliant heath runlsrn So wonder that limos of the text having hoard tucjo two anthems roughsthid brown hand and cut neil knotted Ungorstho pen of a prophet and adviv edthJvrccroant pqoplq pf h lUQl9 return tp Opd InlntiuSpc Him tlmt faattctff this Seven StM fchti brIojlWI This coninWniL WHlbft I Amos gUOT5tJfsl 111 C I5 sat ndlaplird prJMe1fpJ J181 1 p chr6If t1jthc IraS iiP AI9P salk pe a S Must see that tho Cod wllo mado Ihp I IMe Uilcsmnd Orion must bolho Qodof trdcr It wai uot to much a star lorer G ji t trod Ttl tiBfo tit Impressed tIjrp1f SfplrociJ3rdImtnT1jut seven infono Jrrofip nihvonn the othcrfgroun fJb rrlthtnlgl1 after night alai season after season and decade after decade they had kept step of light sisterhoodmnever clashing and never contfstingI precedence From the time Hcslod called thelloladc8thosevcn daughters of Atlas and Virgil wrote In his nowgthey have observed the ordere8tBb colngIorder tyrittpn not in manuscript that may bo pigeonholed but t with hoI ofnthe sky so that all nations may read It Order Persistent ordcrC Sublime order Omnipotent order What a sedative to you and mo to whom communities and nations sometimes seem going pell inch and the World ruled by some hand at haphazard nnd In till directions malad ministration Tho God who keeps seven worlds in right circuit for 0000 years can certainly keep all tho affairs of Individuals and nations and couI tinents in adjustment We had not better fret much for tho peasants argument of the text was right ItICod can cBeoC the seven worlds of the Ilemdes and tho four chief worlds 61 6rlon ho cnn probably take Care of the one world wo inhabit So I feel very much as my luther felt one day when we were going to the country mill to got a grist ground and 1 I a boy of seven years sat in the back part of tho wagon and our yoke of oxen ran away with us nUll along a labyrinthine road through the woods sq that I thought every moment we would bo dashed to pieces and I made a terrible outcry of fright nnd my father turned to mo with a taco per fectly calm and said Do Witt what are you crying about I guess wo can ride as fast as the oxen can And my hearers why should wo be affright ed and lose our equilibrium in tho swift movement of worldly events especially when we are assured that it Is not n yoke of unbroken steers that are drawing us on but that order and wise government are in tho yoke In your occupation in your mission your sphere do the host you c nnndtthen trust to God and if things are all mixed and disquieting and your brain is hot anti your heart sick get soma ono to go out with you Into the starlight and point out to you tho Pleiades or bettor than that get into some observatory and through the telescope see further than Amos with tho naked eye couldnanieiy200 stars in tho Ileiadcs and that in what is called tho sword of Orion there iis a nebula computed to be two trillion two hundred thousand billions of times larger than the sun Oh bo at pence with the God who made that and con trolls nil that thowhool of the constellations turning in the wheel of gal axles for thousands of years wlthout the breaking of n cog or the slipping of a band or the snap of an axle For your placidity and comfort through the Lord Jesus Christ I charge you Seek Him that makelh the Seven I Stars and Orion Again Amos saw as we must see that the God who made these of the text was tho God of light groupsii saw that God was not satisfied with making ono star or two or three stars but ho mutes seven and having fin MICH that group of worlds makes anther groap group after group To the 1leludcs ho adds Orion It seems that God likes light so well that lie keeps making iU Only one Being in tho Universe knows the statistic of solar lunar stellar meteoric crca tlous and that is the Creator hiniftclf n- And they have all been lovingly Christ Coed each ono a name as distinct as tho names of your children He tell eth tho number of thq star he culicth them all by thelrnames The seven Iloladcs had unities given to them nntl they are AlcyoneI iMerope Cchuuo lectra torolelnYIfrto anti Sluja lint think of the billions and Irillions of daughters of starry light that God culls by nnlllo as ahoy sweep by Him with buntuMH brow nail lustrous rqbc So fond is Itchof light=natural light moral light spiritual light Again and again IK light harnessed for symboliza Chrihtf oho bright and morning star uyangclization the daybreak tho redemption of nations Sun of i UtghtoohsncK rising with healing in his wings Oil men unit women with I many sorrows and sins and perplex itles If you Vaut light of comfort light of pardon light of goodness In earnest praypr through Christ Seek Him that mukolh the seven stars dud Orion Againr Amos snit BS wo most see that thy lied who made these two i archipelagoes of stars must be an un cliangfjlg God Tlicroj had been no olmugo Iii tile stollftrappearance in this hcrdmansUlfotlnio anti his father shpphord reported to him that tbory hod bcon no cliaugQ in his ilfotljuo And hso1O fciuHters hang over the celestial arbor now Just tw they were the first night tlmt thoyshono you tho Udenlo bowern tha samo as when the Egyptians ouilt jthg VyramltlH from watchhihotnloins calculated tho eclipse the sofas Ra wlibn i Elihu nccorUlngt to thu look qf job vycat out tp tudytl q jaujfura boronlls th i same under Vtpjejuaic + system and Copernicinn system tho raAgnlrouit urely n c ltin1tc s YQI tus tu o- Mahioaett i ii tilttkctyuti dow of life and that 4t aid reflux of t A ilio4 tiesot toino that tvo 1avoa elangelsyod the lama yesterday today dt Brercr fXerxes garlSndoaKnb kfiglijid tho steersman of hl boat in tho morning and hanged him in the ovenlnt of the same day Fifty thousand people stood around tho columns of the nn tional capital shouting themselves hoarse at the presidential Inaugural and in four months so great were the antipathies that a ruflhiaa pistol in Washington depot expressed tho senti moat of disappointed office seekers Tho worlds sitsdnrats charjot and drives tandem and tlio horse ahead is Hursyi and the hprsts bdhind lAnl i the in a lLord Cob tatny in King James time was applauded and had ST 000 a year but was afterward execfated and lived on scraps stolen from into royal kitchen Alexander tho Great after death remained unburied fur 30 dayo because no one would do the honor of shoveling him under The duke of Wcllldgton refused to have his Iron fence mended because It land been broken by an infuriated populace in some hour of political excitement and ho left in ruins that men might lento what a fickle thing Is hitman favor Hut the mercy Of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting to theta that fear Him and his righteousness unto the childrens children of such as keep His covenant and to those who remem ber Ills commandments to do them This moment seek Him that raaketh the Seven Stats and Orion Again Amos saw as we must tee that the God who made these two boa cons Of the Oriental night sky must boa God of love and kindly warning The IleladcH rising in midsky sajd to all tho herdsmen and shepherds and husbandmen Como out and enjoy the mild weather and cultivate your gardens and fields Orion coning in winter warned them to prepare for tempest All navigation was regulated by these two constellations The one Laid to shipmaster anti seats Hoist sail for the sea and gather merchnn disc from other lands Hut Orion was t tho storm signal and said Meet hail make things snug or put into harbor for the hurricanes arc getting their wings out As tho Pleiades were the t cct evangels of the spring Orlan was he warultig prophet of the winter j Oh now I get the best view of God I over hud 7 bury are two sermons 1 i newer want to preach tho one that I presents God so kind so indulgent so lenient so imbecile that men may do what they will against Him anti frac 1 turo Ills every law and put the pry of their impertinence anti rebellion under His throne and while they i aro spitting in ills face and tabbing at Ills heart lie takes them up in His arms and kisses heir infuriated brow and check say ing Of such is the kingdom of i Hcavcnj The other kind of sermon I never wafittd preach Is the one thin 1 represents God as all lire and torture I and thunder cloud and with redhot pitchfork tossing the human race into paroxysms of infinite agony Tho ser moo that I am now preaching believes in a God of loving kindly warning the God of spring and winter the God of t the Pleiades and Orion 1 You must remember that the winters just as Important as the spring Let one winter pass without frost to kill vegetation and ice to bind the rivers and snow to enrich our fields and then you will have to splurge your hospitals and your cemeteries A green Christ mas makes n fat graveyard was the old proverb Storms to purify the air Thermometer at three degrees below zero to tone up the system December soul January just as important May and June I tell you we need the storms of life as much as we do tho sunshine There are moro mon ruined by prosperity that by adversity If wo had our own way in life before impersonatlonsnnd disgusting sin and pnlfadtip until we would have been like Julius Ciosar who wan made by sycophants to be Hcvo that ho was divine and theiij freckles on his faro wore said to bo as tho stars of the firmament j One Sif the swiftest transAtlantic voyages mivjo one summer by the Etrurlu was bucauso she huda stormy wind abaft chasing her from New goItlgwas a buffeting anti n hindrance its a bad thing to have a storm ahead mifihintf us back but if wo be Gods children and aiming toward Heaven the storms of life will only chase us tho sooner into the harbor I am so glad to helloes that the monsoons tyIIplioons and mistrals and siroccos ofothe land end sea aro not unchained maniacs let loose upon tho earth but j ar6 undcrdlvlno 8up rvt ton I ant so glad that thu God of the seven stars is also the God of Orion It wasou4 of Dautot suffering came the sitbllmo Divine Commcdla andI V S camefilellrldgQiand out of Davids expo came the rhoeulfaringisty of tho worlds redumption and out of your bcreavomentyqur ixjrsecutlon maycome thefeatGot Induces Us to look out toward othcr worlds Bible astronomy lu thetIisalmslIsitiprncr1Ucally t dy lor tborol SS J 1 to horo that tworld61ott 11ik this wal loo 1 frildot i UI1i7 off thfinii little raft of a world Wo aro afraid that some metuorio iconoclast will some night smash It and wo want e erything to revolve around it and nreI disappointed when we find that it re volves around the sun instead of tho sun revolving around It What a fuss wti make about this little bitbf a worM its existence only a short time betwee- two spasms the paroxysms by whir I It was hurled from the chaos into f dor and thu paroxysm of its demolil 1aslop And I am glad that so many tex call us to look off to other world- rpdny of thin larger and grander an j mere resplendent Look there soys lob at Mazaroth and Arclurusandl his sons I Look there says St Jolt at the moon under Christs foot Look there says Joshua at tho sun standing stilt above GideonI Ipt Look there says Moses tho sparkling firmament Looit there says Amos tho herdsman the seven stars and Orion Do not let us bo so sad about those who shove off from this world under Christly pile age Do not let us bo so agitate- about our own going off this litt barge or sloop or canal boat of a work to gut on some Great Eastern of tl- I isnheavens Do not let us persist in waning tI to stay in this barn this shell this outhouse of the world when all thu kings palaces already occupied by ninny of our hs1 friends are swinging vide open their gates to let us in When I read In my Gathers houso iare many mansions I do not know but that each world is a room and as many rooms as there our worlds stellar stairs stellar galleries stellar hallL ways stellar windows stellar domes slow our departed friends must pity ua shut up In these cramped apartments tired if we walk 15 miles when they some morning by one stroke of wing can maku circuit of the wholo stellar system and bu back In time for matinsi Perhaps yonder twinkling constella tion is the residence of tho martyrs that group of 12 luminaries may be thu celestial home of the apostles ic imps that steep of light Is the dwcllin place of angels cherubic seraphic arohangellc A mansion with us mutt rooms as worlds anti nil their window- illuminated for festivity Oh how this widens and lifts nnd stimulates our expectation How lit tie it makes the present and how stnI pendous it makes the future I it consoles us about our pious dead tlu- instead of being boxed up and under the ground have the range ofas many rooms as there are worlds and welcome everywhere for it is the Fath ers house In which thorn are many mansions Oh Lord God of tho Seven Stars and Orion how can I endure tho transport tho ecstasy of such a vision1 IIL must obey 1113 text and seek Him I will sock Him I seek Him now for call to mind that it is not the material universe that Is most valuable but the spiritual and hat each of ushasasoul worth more than all tho worlds which the inspired herdsman saw from hid boothon the hills of 1elcoa- INTERESTING ITEMS Lv a speech at Johnstown 1a tho other day Andrew Carnegie expressed tho belief that this country is just en tering a period of genuine prosperity which nothing can hold back OK the in states of the Union only legislatures I l chusetts New Jersey Rhode Island1 fwd South Carolina four eastern nn two southern states lint unusual sight of two whales was witnessed in Iunsacola harbor thu thlrtytcetthe inner bar when they wero first seen spouting water A PKIIIIV IIOAT that will carry u 0 loaded railway cars nt once besides passengeIIII ofj craft that now runs the ferry across Lake Michigan between Ludlngton and Manitowoc Iv tho United States the birth rate exceeds the death tofu by Ot per cent i in Europe by 17 per cent The birth I show the highest average of uxcesc peopletsingle exception In that country tho excess of births over deaths Is only Itf per cent litoIncentury that old ago in many cases is near r 90 thou 0 yoarslromwereInpersons past tho ago of 100 Of those cants nations 105 wore between 100 and 10 1 35 VerobeteeuOf the 0J tltcro were 1f3 females an SO males In lawn there are now 7znor UOheroQ years old coontr Drought mattes every road a river of Graiisn products arc sapless If tWo Iravclor cats moat br froth1e Is thrwateued VoJttnbleshepad which llsthtfataiftnlttld iHotcncss1 of Hombay chiefly affecta vogotarlani qndbuUertLnelteais always dangerous I A LITTLEBorU ENt Airl girl t gasped tc dillgm Th brnvagirltenrhhnnd esltn nubn moment Leaping from her wheel site punctured both her tires with ally possible ha9teDctrot News l thrlGoodgrachidtWhy Nurseglrl = I was speaking to wan off the toimg nounltastraoas lVeeklj JohnrCrattlhtdc1rcacbrrlionI JJ- Ille purty good le r jar of plums ylsti ly and slIt IIQJed It on the hired girl =ClcvcluiurLcader isYoung rafta + Wimtl All of itV Young Wife Every piece 1 feel like crying Joln ratsmys Mr wuttsIlhe Idea of the pastor getting upt nt the close of tits church deeplykshouldnt he iaty spV 1lr1SattsiJt cause he wad the only man there wile hadnt been i thats why IndlanapohY Journal I t ltnonjtoartlcjtd j clock ticks faster in winter titan sulnl uteri No I never noticed that nboutia oesjJnellnnnpoHIi Dont you think 10 u week nI many IH a little too touch to demand 1 asked the referee in the divorce caseIwhen he is only making 50 Nol cant sold the lady thats what iMcil to make him gimme while I 1ii liVin with him Cincinnati Enquirer His lined Lines = Poor met cxi claimed the prison missionary to whom the sheriffs guest hail been relating q laltf of woe Your life KCUIIIS to have been one tinbrnkeif series of mtsfor tunes Yes sighed the fallen ones have hud many trials Buffalo Courier AhohRcncei the bystander learning to rids the bicycle I see How ij i sometimcsgetg I IclllInd at other times 1 fall off time shes it tried to mount mid ran Into the lamp post again WHEAT ALL OVER THE WORLD iriilu lit Always Ilclng Ilurvontcil InSomfl atrPrtof tht Olobe The wheat crop is always being liar fisted tomewhere said u tuna on the hoard of trade Just now while the American former Iis not thinking of wheat the crop of Australia Chill and t the Argentine Ikpublic is being put nIIthe market In February und the fields of upper Egypt and those of India are harvested Those of lowerii r I Egypt which Is irrigated by the over flowing of the Nile Is harvested in April while Syria Cyprus Persia mad Asia Minor also gather orals during that month Cutlets wheat will also begatln iI t red in April f Texas is the Jlrst of our states to k scml wheat to the market This It doc4 uutiiit Muy at the same time that tilt folds of Algeria central Asia China Japan nful Moroceif flare making theW yiehlH Lin June those of California I Oregon MHissippi Alabama Georgia tJiCCarolinaHTeiiiieHsec Virginia Ken Ineky1uucsus Arkansas Utah Coll orado Missouri Turkey lessee ItalyI Spain Portugal and the south of francs 1are harvested July seep the crops in tlthe other American status and all ex cept the northernmost part of Europe harvested JtiiKsia then begins tc gather her grain more bong harvested III AuguAt when Mnnitobn fOer Cnn calla North Dakota anti the northern ncostccuntrigsoUurnpeurotlescepaaof northern Itussla mire the only whew fields covered with the golden groin in September pill October Bud juntos these crops fire gathered the crops in fern and South Afrlci urc ready and in Jeceinber New South WnleKgnthew her haryest Chicifyo TlmeKHerald ChI lIoumH In Now York Some of the cheapest houses tube found in New York l hehng to the city A country house surrounded by groiimhi aa extensive UK oklfllrie nncestrtil cs tntesnnny be rented forns low ns flue dollars u month less than some Knit Hldu tenement houses of threo ortpllr rooms will bring or for more pyy tenuous mansions the rent may go up nil high as 100 These are the liousisi that the city hurt ncfliilrecbwiUf iW park property rand It rents them nt n reduced rate na theta nro diBad van loges Ju lIvlllgn n public park While the vholo pork may bo considered as- a part of time establishment llidre Iia dnot an inch of ground outside tile lhouss theireown Of frpnv wiich jjioy bpyqtt1 nnyr9Aitorolionot a good landlord in the whydf Iqbk ing after repairs The iiiUriicIprility fs not in tile businesv of honsaieritliiR and if QUO cures to take n l vantage of j the cheap rates offered jjo doCr 80 withI f knowledge tall tile outs ns well ns theo irisl of time property V Sulii I I IrrCPCIPUt clIHlrtt1ol1olltll y 1IIr Teniluy Seclltt hs way retied a noun feminine How do yon make i 17rc UK the WHq1l1a t omoliJtts burgh Artra- tt ic 1 LIJ l+ rNl jV iRLBe STORING IN JR NCpE 01HOW KeepCeleryWe do not advise keeping celery fur winter use otherluuiby nitanAofcqld Storage out It Is done by SOniC of our growers by placing it m trenches This III the method In use In Knlnmtuoo nnd while It tins the +advantage of prolong Jrgrt WiJVwlllnotln the course 0rtwo or three yours be practicable as l fh California Utah and Florida stock will be more plentiful and ours though well blanched sweet and tCl iTerwlll iqt be able to coni ete with it in fancy nfnrketH on accouiittof jttcjlHl lfcettndraf t 1 tops The te I lefyrjwlfen lplacedI ill uje trenches hnVtolFvcAniWmictmng null hIIJUSIrSllIlUt of Its roots it I is rtot able toMrnw ftrf r4l6fl from 0 the ground The heart thercfore growpjjX The expense of the outside stalls anti t linstead of the head bccomjng larger It gftnxvH KinafleK ltIx Tlio celery for Jhelrpneliijr Is titm- mn4 Mk the revs II flr tnlvhtghrcn hnnl 11- 1t fur about n week It Is quite iron and IIIthe heart growth hew just fairly com i liienced It Is taketutiDuWith a KimnV topqOtl JIL riiilltyrjiot diig lute tliCjgrotind but rtre bulrtbi top of It To do this blanch lug boards have stakes nailed onto the sides and ere Ijy niianH of these made to stand up about ten inches apart The ground KJiould be dry and Ivvel When these hoards are in place thecdll cry after having the outside dead stalk removed is stood up between thcte I boards being packed fairly tight care f being taken not to bend the stalk When two or three board lengths have thus been filled the earth tft drawn uII Jai h JI a lOiovel until tWlr tops are etch withe f JTosc of the celery and more earth is J drawn up If the weather is nut too Itgglrl they an allowed to remain this h- iwn until it becomes ijoldcn nnd then r t t topsuntill i ifiipre than three or four inches Wide I This is sometimes covered over with n ftjanchingyhgard at night and openedih It die day tine thus saving the tatty ton erltiln extent 1 fast may he removed Ib i fiJ sprinkling dry muck over the tops o GS ic this 1 River pert of cut 41rhLt lungthofrtinle that It will iceP- ri I this way depends upon the went her how I y well htlTrllll11It Is when put in and the f variety Con t humus cold weather is the I t tnit favorable for it dos nut allow it ti tir to grow very rapidly old1 ttheI tops r- otIII S In this latitude it is putin from I October 1 to Jy Our train variety for winter and fall use Is Perfection Heart e r well In warn weather holes are made in the sides of the ttrenches near the hot1 t tomto allow tlicair to circulate through II t the celci V TJiKIsi tlH lust method thnt I we know of n I though I can surly from iir5o11nl experience that it Is not ceo 1 priceennlmII 4 Frcfl S Johnson in Kurjil New Yorker III h I Tlio Itlulit sort of Cow inir + Whlefr Is the nEt profitable cow to th keep l It IK the cow that produces the j in jnost at the least cost In the tKMliiy III test nt the worlds fair the best cow Cit clcaititHft yirollt of over 71 and tutu jioorest n proilt of only g4 Turning 10 Mho food account we find that the Ie cost of food In both cases was practi thinyi ability to the1rotit ccup011 the sumo food Thuru are cows in rdceery herd that have this ability find canplitI duetjnnnntltiii nltiiectofthegae5tiutt I I Khoulil ilwavH be takcp Into considijrn tfotrWffni IlarcotirtT ri y kni- tA aoatoq5tariI ICoiiilwiiyn I n 1 t1tiifUbilgei O111uhlate luG1 i ileet11ulisslmn r I 111hllslnKthIIn tlitt asiw1Oglrc Ptlirilw 5jtI 1hersi Hairs hi that aAjjojjiJrjrt jUf MylR he t racks so laid 10 feet aparlilnchhewpace between sir4he rails of each truck lllid in with rtehrolceli tone nlugndgpt size wdultl cost J orinucl leksthan i good mncndahi road 1I 1Is nnd the cont of a coMiitry one trnrlc- k tQlid uoiild be about Iillfnll IIUcJIIan Iy Jlq 1 ituijit trutlch He wyR thiitvueh a Ig roatllvouhl fruit much longer than n of fcinrfe road nhil Chut one hor e Vlll tht1i1tch Otf n ttttltrlleh2ttitlNI usmheli lilt i a1iI I dirt rcud aria fivptlnies us luujnK on inacadaui Thoru ls no niit that with proper ICutJtIvont 1Jihbrap- elxrJta 1Iy7iI lilt ImIkC t Ubcrrll J n Qtw 6 4QIgpPI iii g 4 s WCRTH CONSIDERING A n elulp thI hettnltcSiLUCB I ofGenI enIj seemllttleenough3 t tlic end of 1805 the good stone roadwa In the country did not exceed lOq miles If we should continue nt tlil scnernllQute couldbei tl1cII NilsLV0tl1 U it somethln1vnr r h ieSIe There js uumiestlonably n widcspremlI lounrrpllUtij rt IEtnathedeiltlfitT c fPntlnagI lire still dreadfully1 JHJJK horn t One ignoran 91 IIlle fllptI o I QiaIliliSetsasuI 1llls1dirti l I party ttII I deluded wflhI I hcldea tthat till IIInemlttlI nliukesthedlrtwnndnnulecetIt partlrn a re A sI 1 1 wrong atl powiblc and hurt the came I JIlIt 11151 idea It may t maeadinn Dntcolcn t should Ill ptrallled with n welldrained- l IJlrtJondltllllIIillllterItat ii road is iijjured by travel It is III dry I lt1iltt I I tiinthorihnt thhduu011utilua e u n J Iuru Uy tnillie i Then again macadam pavementsI l I woJlt1llibiple to make these dirt roads properly and dine drain thorn KUllUiciitly they would lswcr every purple Hilt to do this is the question One tiny howII 1 gestH Itself at once Let county J50 ticiesl be fonucd and prios offered Tor the best district in each township Tliia I would conduce to thought and study I To make a good dirt roadI and keep itllt I siteiijbtdlil r probe1iistiuctbitr This is a hint to the orginicd whgej mete null the department i grieiiltltreI Hilt there is no suggestion whatever in this hint that the high wHys should nut have a stone pnecmclm our a part of enh such roada stoket pavement paralleled bv a well drained dirt road Leslies Weekly WANTS GOOD ROADS Timely ItccoiiirtHmlntlon luiln by tlio ltotrrtiur of 1rtuiylsnl- n1oIIastlags uf 1enuyltahinlit i mcsiiiigu to the legislature said in part SUSbOUs itownshipsI of the commonwealth not including turnpike roads sad those III the cities and boroughs ends although almost 1000000 have been expended etch year fur their improvement they lire in II most nnsatisfrictory condition Ths great sum averaging about 4873 per niilelshould if laid out with latch gence anti economy during the past 15 00V HASTINGS OK IENXSYLVAXIA years have made every public thorough fare equal to our best turnpike roads After stating that the rpad laws are onnunicrouH nnd too local and advocat big one or two general hits he adds Another defect is the short term fdr which KUjxrviaors IIIocllctedJiu many CUSCH brit A Kiyglii year tips breaking ur iiryphins flint Intel lfgeiit stlllir vlsors limy ebtlciTtor to corry out nnd giving hHense of InXeclirltyfrt thtr pout t11 nII w 4 w nit rnit cn provhling tircUMU irviffgrp to AaclpSttetl tllrthr itI rs pnefaoiltof lJ1 1 J ii tHjlai 1tt h Jf tlI oUla1lIi I if m111Ip t i 11-11 ll- i u U qs 19 s rjcn r cdllt iuv fl lfl1l r BttVt ntlt1- tl i1 1 1ii tllle dii tirItlplght e Jrtv i t alt tIJ1iI j P1 t9 ijf tl9Vgfpielttq fIfBhrjilm feilrinfn8ftli tics1 uty9rateltyvntttNru lfCSt liar owcnnir IIH oer II Filled checjjft I mall ll Jfo1lI91I1Ia eyIdiyfi111tpdukyof rl t 14i rI 01 h MEN ON 1 RSEBi CK1 a trI tYMear ltr Qeetls=toe WSatt 1iaN- A W ynr Lee ltely OOlIlDgtopfyou flea nil sort men Uti hofleWick It Ian commoh thing toed truckmch ItaiIiay5o npothv going to the harness makers perhaps or the horse andybutwithDproeYou see oQcaaiouQlly a fireman oa horseback faking u horse to the horse nandIdie and alaiost 1 invariably without blanket He wears a uniform and nII sits up straight him u soldier i makes n pretty primlooking figure on hursebualcllol Is almost certain to be n crj 1YcsCrl1nyI never sciJn beforeIt pnntcrrln1lorse back You often we the palntrrH yagon loaded with ladders and cams of paint anti with two or poJJIUJdII more men In paintcovered overalls and jackets but this wtul just the hornb Iwith a painter on hid bock Where lib was going or what it all mcnnts cojddnt even imagine III I 1Enter yesterday I met one man In the saddle Walking down Jtivcrsldu I drive otter nightfall to gut a IlitVeVir i nrlllIcrdsc before dinner and wAlch i hangingInto I beats of n horse coming lip along the bridle path Presently horse and rider came into view men Hinging horse keeping time with his hoofs nnd KO they disappeared I I THET WOODEN HEN IlaUlifA chil caft from hens eggs It IIII I lOxlixh iiuhra will hutch JS cgKH Price 000 Write to Mr Uco II Stahl Mfr Qaltioy I1U for a copy of his booklet K duAcriuing thu Woodcu lieu also Inrgo catalogue lloth sent flee tC1I1rouI a scheinu to tell soiucthlng about theiu selves 1The IiiiiUKitrallou of lrit lent McKlnlcy totWnshiiiRtou cm very amid onjoy n most satisfactory trip by Iohig- via l the Ili fO SW Ity iiekcts good go tIUK March 1 i and IIi and good rcturnlnj in clndhiK March S at special low rates for this occasion with n Splendid Train Service Malto up your parties hint rill further Infor mation consult any n eat H fU 8V Itt Wrlto fur Kiildo to WashliiKtin to I f M UiiLsiiuui on Ucnl POSH AgtCliiciuuitlO A NiMiinu of years ago In order to attend his girl on all occasions a yomig 1111111 had to learn how to dunce Now Ho must also learn how to milk a cowAtchUon Cilob- oNoToIIiio for Fifty t cnlll Over VXMMU cured Why tint JetNoToBnoi- vKiilatoor remove yciurduHlro fur tobacco Saves money unifies health sad niimliooil Cute Kiiaraiitccdr0o and 1110 all druggists nppreclateltootabout anybody else Washington Demo crat Misnur and rlicuniatium fro funs St Jacobs Oil gild euro are friends Try tlicm NOT lSO IIs gained by starving the soil to feed tho bOIIlluulsllorll ViTiiorr teeth frost bltos WItVout doubt IlL lacobn Oil cures routbites sine KVIHVOSIl possesses just enough conceit to talk too much LiTTtB TClIlITII rR Ijto have you collie to sco sinter Mr Tompklns Why Dlckiol Cause nlo novor Ilkos that candy you bring her an1 gives It to inc Chicago Itocord i MOTIIRU You dont know how vou worry greylyFlnrrluJ1I LiMiiiliiiii line lathe IB all wliltol House hold Wonls WilY dons5IrsWlldirlrlI call hor fast husband 1ho Cipher Oocuntlio count nt nil In Ids own homo Oil yen Its because ho in HO noughtCluellumtl Cpui rner ink Trihuno I ill was wntcldiiK bin 1ihnrn trouble h6mo tiny cllmh n trconnd ho hud a Ionic tif painful auxjoiy nn bUroiuitcnunce Arc nyItdItiurI wont TiUJIls l11fAlIA1I Rnimlitod Mr nillns tooling nt tlio tncBS that lay mMiln phito It I saw the ntalcuiunt In a paper tint other day that tlnero 1110 tmrSLX I malout Vu ii or coolclnq girljpariqxcqllollcnpnoI picsont day Is IMC ftxtiit df Unfflinafcur1 pliotoLTiMihy fjt auiOfiff iiromlncut bUltost 111011 fold not know ibal such wan tho case sire O 08jIt I K henry Snu hoiJ hnvdnvblolcdioI6 Telegraph Errbirnox ThiJhrjro and gremy hand It boyclllwIJQrurolJllJ vontqga Oncniiitf ho dscloHcd ujf er TilT WhllthlPIIl Ilmidthecmmdtplunkif Exactly sold tho bandit Unit rcmulno tho BJUIIO Jlguroti AJUiIfl1 nuld the lady her hOIoOIll JlOllvllJC VUII QUIOtJQU- IIIt nntragctul i JI11IJt bnslho4s A3Ji i- r aionaulp total you cannot cxpwt nlette Journdl 11tl tarp lO IIIUdlll1ll1lI ills Moer jfWtJlllol ole beefoUKilca If Iltvifna t11liai lhllU they ever met oudrua anlcio uffnnd and thoy8recookiugitiU nuvK eerira nt AtchifOBOlol 0 J A jvi y J WlwO Kcvrard Title pieatlidloJoaralon3toaedreadoddlbcumip u1 1t 1Itu situd thatbeentblO A Ual1 curoklIDWb lag a constitutional dlscuto rcoulres a constitutional treatment Hills CnUrrh dlrct1yutbntbei atcw Jh1tQby dosiroytag UIO fuuatluttoaV- 5t the tlscnso and Riving Ula 11Itlon- tIItrcnJtth by building IIt110cnnlltltlUon and 4belltollrlotol8ilnndroddplhua uroHcndAddrcw K J Cnnvrv Co 7bledo0 Sold by DnmglRts 750 HniraVanillylllls arc the best t manYeI bellchhVhnt n lMJRCl1V Not It wiu tl lute bullpla erClovcianiI Plulu Icnlcr Iim nb 8W Uy trommcMeliiR1 Hun day January VUIiAvlU Inaugiiiutooa jiliin No 4 and 5 u through Pullman llutTotBieop ihug ear lino liottvtKin nnlllmoro nlltl Chi unto via Cinriiiiuitl mid1 IndlunapolA ThW will cnaule tho jintrOim of tho n ullncc111U1nlKor tlmo of trnlnn and further Infonna thou cull on figcnU U O 8W Uy Tiirna In nothingl that voiild caasn a toItKoklinB her Alvliluoa Ulobo Vlbratlnc In Tuneful Accord IIUo thustlliigtofntnuskalulstruiaenttheo- ervOIht Ilitemlu hcaUh hurmonUcB pleas antly with the other parts of limo syslllul lint weakened or nvcrwraught it Jangles most inliiiniionlously Julct thud InviKoruto It wan tho great tntiKpilllUer and tonic Boa utterH Stomach nittcink which pioiiiotcn tllKOHllon bllloiiH ttcciOllun tad a regular no tion of the bowels and preVcnln malarial ihcuuiationnU kidney compluliitttt- EvKitroxR Ininclncs himself n worm and Is of the pritntttGnplnlmr that hid turnln will cuoSO thu IHtlllltIIL tOIllIllCUOII llw u urlll ever leadAtchlsuuI Cilobo KITH stopped free teal pcrmanontlvI cured No Ills nftcr tlrrtt days use of Dr Klines decal Ncrvo tcHtorcr IVco U ti lal bottle ft trtiillHC Dii JCiiMt IKCI Atvh nt thlla1u NOTIIIXO IIH tilto M moan lilt fur n fellow to iisUvoii cur a tit itch when you have tenth hands full of bundles Washington dom ocrut bylIsusAvo Alli lionv 1a Mrtivh IIUI Tniiiii arc a good many people who cant kCUl1 front making fools of thnniHclvcA when they gut rich AVuslilnpton Democrat ILllm nn electric 1Ht Jacobs Oil socks and cures Sciatica Iralwavs tithes a Krlnn awfully longtime to loam to ride n hlcycio when aotnu uuudHomo young man Is teaching her TrsT try n tau hex of Cascarcts candy ca lhartlclncHlllvcr and bowel regulator uludo UIHTICR who llnd bean n shopkeeper 1110 you It will ho nix months for daybed clso tl would ho eight DoMon Transcript A sritAiN rennet cripple If you uso Su JncolM Oil 1 1 cures It nlht novor ask another woman to marry inn as Imii its I hiveI llcu od again I 1 No noceptcdTltUUsCAH- CAIIIITM Mbnulato llvor kldnoys null bowels Never nlcken weaken 011111101 10c You know MIO man when you know tho company 1191 Ikeeps hums Horn a st r snaz n L JI J iatEP OF HEALTH Miniature FnoSlmUe MAPS OR Pt YINOCAROt J i you will rocelvo olthoi e a splendidly 1 It i1DurlingtonSOUTHERNHOMES tnpontnglto qualityPlayiaaCarla TEXAS 6 tlltltIlehratll count Country CtennunFnn- usbin brut + rnilt tepntalile nil nhl UrL 1du thJII Ulrtlctnmrke 11ere1 I Iled rru 1rtwet wIi erlu JthO rnini I H flernlureuptuuurtunrutrn THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY I fait lion ItlilBi f T IUII1N MO J 600 Second Nand Bicycles Allinftk nOOUAftNKW IU M1A Nee illiflidruJo VII iinijol Wurutuedelt- to J Idrab Mutt bel 1 J out Awnti e nuiltvVvrlt rrtaltrllllILuni 1 V MKAI l I PENSIONS Ifor KHLIIinitN end WIIIUWN fII Fee for IncrnAII Itelnotetl ctehaI All IUni frr 111x practice Bucrwi IlIIlnII t I A M MKtlvk A No UIII dq uJ Mkl I OPIUM el 4i HABIT ANU f I 7 1 I llHrnl immI DROPSY 120 inotintnJ- ulapofthoUultodStatoty n DRUNKENNE tillIDRJLBTEPHENBLKItANUNUl114 lEW IIlliCOnmn alrs 1 quurkrrllotendourewirit Iit n rna Nod fir Anna or ie+ tlnnn + nd IfI Irriilmvnt lire DrM ih MKKVi MikH III IIII illIIIIIUnlturunrnrlu WANEDMntodltrlbntelIrreire Willniujrj Vi UCl ujYucatan itis perfectiontl 1 A N KI5I 104 S WIIKV WILITIM11ll AUVKUTIHKIH MAl Piste tlu psi eon tI Adertluternt lit tbi pupcr = = T r NNNhNNREASONS FOR USING 1 i Walter Baker Cosl Breakfast Cocoa J it DtClUseit1slbslllelpurl J 1RR 2 Because It Is not nude by the socalled Dutch ProcesA+ ln which chemicals arc used 3 Because beans of the finest quality are used 4 Because it Is made bye method which preserves unimpaired the exquisite natural Ihvor and1 odprof Iliq bean c 5 Because It is the most economical costing less than one cent a cup De sure that you get the genuine rtlele nude hy WAITER IUAKHW h CO NNNNN4NNNNNeNyNNeNNeN1 IId Uoreheiler Mnii ltUbllthrtl I7HO Out of the fryingpail into the fire Take care that you clontgo r y that way when you try to make your i washingcasier Better be sure of what J youre doing I Get Pearline tile original washing compound the bestknown the fully y 1 proved There are plenty of imitations I ri ofat J3ut even iftlieyVd notdangerous = f1ndl1f nf nr tJ1b rch t il fi J tHheconomical IPeatiirlealf cdlpPopeCl r gales ji fatt1r tUJsijprd Itniitls1Ve morys car thatt llbythlnie1it itts- f Isnfe to use 11of 4 r I I ItHI HENALtD11- 11R Dina i s Wiles HAZEL CREKN KY THURSDAY Mar18189- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS i I Per fcrreycr el Meriu Gtuty We are authorized to annonne JAMES SjIIALSKY M a candidate for County j ve7or or Morgan county lubject to the de stiles of the voter at the Noveesber1897 election I 0Per Oeuty Jilt ef Menu Oeuty We are authorized to announce JOHN A j OLDFIELI as a candidate for County Judge of Morgan county subject to action of the Democratic prJl arrjj 0Per Oeuty Attaway el Marju We are authorized to announce WALTER 0 KENDALL ai a candidate for the office ofII County Attorney of Morgan county subject to the action of the Democratic party I RON A T WOOD the newly appointed I senator has not yet been sworn InI and it is doubtful if he will be AFTER a careful perusal and study of- all I the papers in the Jackson and Wall I ing cases Guv Bradley has refused to interfere and both men hang on the 20th IK TUG reorganization of the JowerII house of congress Tlionmn B Reid ofII Maine was reelected speaker tho vote standing Heed 190 Bailey DemTex 1H Boll Pop Col 21 and Ncnland I Sil Nov 1- II TUB Republican caucus nominated Dr W Godfrey Hunter for United StatelII Mnator on the first ballot the vote stand ing Hunter 38 Holt 5 Lewis 6 Boyle 4 and Yerkes i There will be DO joint t ballot until March 23 DR JOHN A TAVLBEI of Hurl Green isI a candidate for state pcnatflrII and now that there h a vacancy it is probablo that ho will enter for the short term thus putting himself in line for the regular tcrniSentinel Democrat We interviewed the doctor as to his candidacy and ho says it is n fact His announcement will appear next week To PIM the vacancy caused by the death of Senator John P Salyer a special election has been ordered in this district composed of the counties of Morgan Mugoflin Brcathitt Wolfe and Owslcy on April fi 1897 Quite n num ber havo been mentioned for tho place and among others wo hear the name of Judge G B Swnngo of this place Thet judge having lived in Frankfort four years and knowing the workings of that legislative body would no doubt make a good senator But as time is short it behooves the Democrats to bestir them elves and put their strongest man to the front WOLFE COUNTY Campion Currency Storm parties are budding into promi nence and fashion again 00 Williams has gono to Washington to see Mark Hanna and for other businessJ Conglcton went to Cincinnati this week to lay in a stock of goods for the firm of Vaughn fi Congleto- nJ A Sewoll K T Hurst and M F Horton will go to Richmond tho latter part ef thia week to undergo a civil service examination The fight for postmaster here is wax lug warm It would be cheaper OB some t1ofpartment was right bereueHenry Oliver the big Rea ltd tJRIt tile other day a melancholy refrain Backward turn backward oh time IB your flight and make me the righttierq boy again just for tonight Uacle Reuben Smith who WM II ye n old and perhaps the oldest citl p wen of the county died OB the IStb iart kit ROM ItJaWHt1ther the gospel and M doubt he it new braking la the cetotlal cuuUat nf theIJ ajHl whore the weary are forever at j13 te your ashes good and fai- tkflillervaptr i TheCtterMiaa and Pericleai teotttlti y C S rt of the K W college gave quite an inter etUag eatertaiameat ea theeveoiag of the 12th last The exercises coatisie of vocat aad instrumental music essays reciUtiea dialogues tableau etc AI who took part In the exercises acquitted themselves with credit and did full jut tic te the faculty sad te the huaaUtti expectation of their auditors The eel lege contains some ambitious and bright young men and ladies who with the spirit of push are destined te make ia mark in the world worthy of note JI M Sword the wildcat financier prow and poetical writer etc is the bandtoniMt man of tho world In an Interview with bin a few days ago I asked him what ho intended to make his future profession He replied that it was his Intention te make a lawyer I told him 1 bad heard it rumored that he was going to form a partnership with Capt W L Hurst This he stoutly denied but said ho had an idea of trying to enter into some kind of partnership with one of the captains fairest daugh ters Look sharp Henry Gentlemen of tho board of trustees of Campton your attention Iis respectfully invited to the subject of sidewalks Those we have with a few exceptions are dilapidated and unsafe and those we ought to havo and need so badly are creatures of your creative power Now if you mean to do your duty as you see it get out on tho streets and take a peep around you if only with ono eye and then do what your conscience if a cor poration has a conscience tells you is right When you have done this the sidewalks will be constructed This is our private opinion publicly expressed Spring is here and Cupid with his loving unerring darts is taking possession of the single ununitcd hearts of our town I had the luck to find some ones billet doux recently from which I take the following extract omitting postuflico and tho name of writer I am saddened U know that you nro now in some other part of our fair land this sabbath evening I deeply deplore your absence and feel that I would be so glad to bask in tho blissful golden sunshine of your loving presence this evening The happiest time of my life is when I am in company with you out of it my life is one of misery and sorrow But alas I my wishes are groundless and I am doomed to n horrible state of loneli ness and heartbroken emotions If anyone says there is not true love in Camp ton I hurl back at blmClLord Angus thou halt lied l March 15 BRAD MATTOON Lane Lilies Dave Miller is erecting a store house on Frozen Creek J T Graham lost about 200 railroad ties by the late flood A very destructive cyclone passed through hero last week Sam and E 0 Kath of Stillwater attended church here Sunday W J Graham attended quarterly meeting at hazel Green Saturday and SUDdayIShanghai in company with Nathan Elollon leaves this morning for Lumber Point te sell tillS Our bass singer and honored friend IV J Hollon has again deserted us and moved back to Jackson One of Hazel Greens fairest belles Miss Rebecca J Wood is behind the Counter at E B Tyraa store Hon Thos C Hollon says he has not deserted grand old Holly yet He says le will return homo as soon as the Campton school closes GeorgSewellonfiaed to their rooms with measles The Christian church of Molly isI of having n new church house near the mouth of Spring branch We are very terry to note that our uII orator and friend Beaj Sewell as moved back to Campton where he xmtenplates studying law March 13 SHANGHAI Delayed Eros another correspondent Moving is the order of the day Joe King goes tefee hit dearest dear retty often Benj Bewell and Jet King swapped rtre reeeatly the fomer giving is iiI he trade Rev Henry Taylor shied hit castor ad stormed the cattle ef sin at Bailey eld M Buaday last George Sewell MB ef MeKialey Sew nWH ie clerking for E B Tyra is ery lew with ateetlse S IENrLISHs KxciLEXINGTON KYr Ro8ular Meals 25 cents Meals to ordor at all hours 110Arn to 8 n m Supper from 6 to 9 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialty GUM LVIOIt 1A P1Etn a Scott Gibt son of IT K Gibbs who Is confined to his bed with consumption it reported on the iecproreI Jim Sewell swapped eiT his bow legged limbcr jaded girl gaited saddle horse to his father J A Sewell fur an alNlpJlnern clud kicking mule You mado a serious mistake In the Lane Lilies last week There Iis an Miss Effie Stepping in this neck o woods but there is a famous old Stepping Ben who steps higher than a blind horse in a rye fieldLLostA fine young belle Iis very handsome stately in appearance with greenglass eyes freckled cheeks red nose and white lanky hair Finder will please return to Jno Sewell and receive reward Benj Sewell moved this week to Campton He is studying for the pro fcssion of the law with A F Byrd as his legal mentor and is destined to be one of the shining legal lights of the mountainsFrank the brisky flatfooted walker thinks much of his purple He took supper with J A Sew lllaat Sat urdny and then plnngcd into everlasting darkness to pay his loving respects to his best girl who lives ID that stately mansion near Sewellville Her name I will not tell Uncle Allen the famous old veteran has completed quite an interesting and romantic story of the war He is now busily engaged in writing a story en the Gibbs estate which lies in Englandand belongs to the Gibbs heirs It is a good one and will be read with deep Interest by many people who are interested In the estate etc and would bo glad to see it brought into the bands of its rightful owners Vachable Gibbs says bo caught a fish in the Kentucky river which was so heavy that he could not move it in the deepest water He is desirous to join the Pieratt Prevaricators Onward and upward is his motto and it would be no time until ho would be promoted to the honorable position of president Jump at the chance and tako him in as- a member and you will never have cause to regret it March 6 GOLDBUO Toliver Topics A P Dye was up in this neighborhood on business last week Alvin Oldfield of Consolation was the guest of W A Oldfiold Sunday Annio Jane Oldfield is back home after a short stay on Laurel with relatives and friends Misses Lizzie Picratt and Ida Murphy of Grassy were guests of Miss Lou Cat ron Sunday Among those that are sick in this neighborhood are J B McNabb Beth Carter J F Elkins Robt Nickell and Mrs B F Boling Some of oar young men have gone to try a new country for their health but we think they will all be back to spend their Christmas in old Kentucky Courtney tho little boy of Henry Stamper was playing with a knifu the other tiny and accidentally stuck it into his leg inflicting a painful wound The mocking birdof Undo Harry Murphy has been trying to catch him a parrot on Stm tar stultill1M ho thinks by patient watching he can do so March 16 SHINER At tho Christian church nextSunday at 11 L m the topic will be Why Assem ble on the Lords Day and at 7 p m the topic will beUA New Testament Study of Baptism To both services all are cordially Invited and especially to the evening service The subject will betstudied wholly from a scriplufal stand point No dictionaries or commentaries or references will be accepted as making known this vital question The speaker will endeavor to make the matter ae plain that My eeekiof the truth will find it The Bible data in the Sunday school will study the twelth chapter ef ActaIFLOYD BYRD AS Caraptoa K- yATTORNEYATLAW Abstracts of title ferauaed eollee sleet aside aad prompt ntaraa raarantaH DayMt We are Breakfast 5 0 a Dinner l a n jiI BADLY OVERSTOCKED Every Department ITheI Extreme Mild Weather and Winter is II Causef 20Ojj It Il IT NOTHING RESERVED 1j EVERYTHING GOES line to This is chance of your to buy Honest Values at Hon r est Prices This is no Fake Sale but genuine reductions FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 75c u na Best Line of Overcoatssin llie City Best Line Ulsters ill tie Oily A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS p9 GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON Keeps full of- Watches Jewelry- and Spectacles in the the life A now now 75c now of KY vOIT+ 1tiITiT== = J Ma HAVENS PRACTICAL r Jeweler and Watchmaker IHAZEL GREEN KYiI n U r= 11tfRepairing Fine Watches Specialty and Gold Syeotaolos a anythinginFine Silverware see us We can save you big money I tS e3 + BJINESS l tmiltt ZP- TfiE 9REAT TRAININQ SCHOOL i1fSUTH c wiMU 9neypdj HUKUCrf or curaAT1 KGteufG l1li I pjIICOMJtOD IT TMt WOIIG tuSllIUS tla If- a THE OWITSY ssaariost oouau WAND lwOGvrfpvRKAJJRa fd JUt tYYfNlk 0T IN QUANTITY RUTIN WORM 11- WrnTE CR- SVERMIFUCE FOR O YEARS Rae Ind all WORM RomodieeE- YEAT IDnLE UAWTEELO- LH law ALL H1tvQ e1RTL- ucazsasuI amnto sr IAn I THE NEIIlI from m flog fetfss FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PAINTING CoIIIrIfetlct WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT Bt agalaitRebeccaNotice itI hereby RiveD to the helm aad creditors of Junes C Swango deceased that the undersigned Commissioner ef the Wolfe Circuit court under an order Iin the above styled cause will attend at the Clr KYIonI 10 1807 to reeein and hear proof anc1aadlt1 claims against said decedent claims sot presented to him end proven aa required by law within the time specified above will be forever barred J F VAN8ANT Muter Com VWCC I WantedIn Idea if rs I I uTwl i l r r t aal aWMtk rr +u + rrs A lwftDTor jAHO ill L I Mr rtterfon Agit ticHatteo aotdtltahdard I eetrea goitandardThu tI have been spent the polls urtj ojeS I tbcl1bJrJtrolloplng uboul the country preqchlug the beauties of the gold standard but since Mr Pattersont Insists on deliver Ing hiSi perfunctory lectures it may be r well to haven word with him I row Josiah Dont you lknow that the newspapers which hud been putting you on the back have decided with one voice that tllrr j the double standard is in the nature of agitation rand that such agitation is highly detrimental to the business Why here Is Mr Thomas Hitchcock who tslgns himself Matthew Marshall In the New York Sun declaring as lute as last week that tho continued agitation of the silver question is the ause of the bank failures in the west f Dont you know Josiah that you ns the only individual In the country who is now trolloplng around from post to pillar making speeches are largely re sponslble for this condition of things If what Mr Hitchcock says Is true And Josiah Dont your dothmon sense tell yoif that the free and hHlcpendeu t colnoge of silver has censed for tho time being to be an issue Dont you know that the republican party tins been triumphant nt the polls ns the result of its prom iSM to restore prosperity by means of international bimetallism and thj5 tariff Dont you know that the Pico Ite are patiently waiting tasQew lit is to be the result ofttie republican tiro= t JmpytJlCJIFthlj1gRToslnh of yourself and jf yqu do J UQV them you ought to stop talking1 oqQllt1 e sll ver question in a tone of voice which ns Mr Thomas Hitchcock intimates Is loud enough to shutter financial iustltu 1 lions as far west as Minnesota 1 i Ind Josah Dont you know that Uuj qticsilonofj Independent tree coinage has been set tltI1 for at least four years to come and that the only way to renew the contra terry nt this time is to do ns you nroI t doing Do you know of your own knowledge of anybodywho is engaged in free coining or who is now insisting I on free coinage If KO Josiah give us his name and we promise to have him I hauled upon a writ of hippus crop pus ns old Undo Hilly llivins used to say Dont you know that the silver question will not be an issue until tho republicans demonstrate that their scheme of reforms and remedies will f not restore prosperity and that the I question never will bo nn issue again if the republicans succeed in bringing- II genuine good times under the gold standard And Josiah I If the single gold standard is such a hen utHlI1l1t ch Jl dogra111e iIt arvhy Iououhistendoftroloijjngaround the J tiirtrypniakinl pA9I gnlnt- t the free coinage of silver go to 1ash- k Ington and urge yriur republican friends if practlcnlifability of the gold standard We admit tint the gold standard has brought roth nglbut wreck nnd ruin to the coun try Everybody knows that Jo ilah and It Is ns unnecessary to state the fact as it Is idle to deny it This lJf being iso Josiah there Is but one thing i t for the republicans to do and that is i ta give the country u clear nUll un un mlsttlwble demonMtrntio1 that the gold standard la not responsible for the hard tftimes but that it has been due to Clove J lands mal ndmhtistrntion of affairs If the republicans will only do that Jo slab the silver Issue will never be heard of again Hut It can only be done by the restoration of prosperity and when thjit js dojneaif the people without re Bard t9 party wJJJ rise 11p turd umuinw the gold tundard end bless the repub nPcan wlgdoin unit rescued them not only from hard times niid poverty but I front misapprehension of the financial qu Jailhajll P i ri ti q O Now Josiali It Wouldnt it be Better for you to nhllnI bringing about this desirable result than togo trbUoping aboilt the country slangwhanging tho pouth and west We leave it to your common souse All that the people expect the republican to do is that which they lire BolemnT pledge to c1oto pro rota Inc aJql l proh1crltyWhy I ryIng I nge or AihJerIwlun the pe PI1p lamI thetIs sue and have said to the reihiblicnmYt You have promised to restore pros perity if you are placed iit power now go ahead and do lt and when yoi know Joslaliithut thinsl the situation And ioainh = i u IArc you tint familiar enough with our pollitienlIiistorYto Ijijow tint the l only way In which a greatdBsTuQ ever J ha t been ors aver cnn be settled is for those who oppose it to show by a phys I r enl and concrete demonstration that Jt is wrong Uoul you knpw tliat ulltthp mouthing and ilangwhunging jotfj I could do from now till dopn dny would j not convince a Single hunlltntlolnsrOle tfftiih other t 6 JI4Ji thetf Io is IiIfP1tgc j 1 tdireptibifitln lenders to formulate their mcaauieS of r 1- r 1 r ti 11 t themkt possibleuprosperity IsJosIuh the free colnnao question IIi cinl TV A prospolyeyothely9ratAllnnta I A FRENCH PROTECTIONIST 7N tligh TIUlrT putt I Ittle ZItttettrlth- theP hoht Standard f HYe 1tSr toobserv that sornqof our t republican contemporaries are engaged throvvingcolt I authorIzed I promo thatinternationalinvented for the purpose of fooling tho I people slettlng the public down euIus one phra es Itruhd that now having either served the its purpose lIt Is folly to rehcII I mayhet Indeed they go further than this andt t proceed to expose soine of the interior workings of party intrigue that may serve to throw light on future develop ments They say that Mr Wolcott eII livered n tory speech during the Pena zucinu debates curd that he now wants to go to JEurope to receive his reward This comes mind you front prominent republican organs und they store tbnuI intlmnto tint Mr Wolcotts tory speech I followed I practlcnll I tlonnl bimetallism We says tho Atlanta Constitution I have nptsbccn any too tuircof Scnaloi Wolcotts political honesty or his nnx icty for bimetallism of any kind since his tory speech which carne ns n 61110II prise to the whole country but we nret not prepared to believe that the rcpub desperuto I vile manner that bus been outlined We prefer to give them the ciedlt oi good intentions mind await develop meats bearing in mind the fact that 1 the gold standard hints received sudden I and nn unexpected setback in Itussin fine IttiKsiun minister of finance M de Witte argued that the Interests oi thejtloptlon 1 I had his plan mapped out anti rendy tc 1 go into operation lust many of time 3 Russian financiers were not blind tc the effect the gold standard would have on the people and the business Interests of tho country nnd they plotestcdt1 The czar was induced to consult M 1 Meline the French premier who is nn i ardent bimetnllist und limo result Will the shelving temporarily nt least of M do Wittcs plan for establishing the gold standard in the cnxl To thi fact is duo the cessation of the demand for gold in Russia nnd the cessation oi from thin PThisj regard as n temporary vloVory for the I cause of bimetallism though It may be r nosily n shrewd curd played by time EllIropenn bankers to prevent too great a strain on tho United States treasury Consequently we refuse to assist the republican organs in blackening the reputation of their own party Until events how to the contrary we shall prefer to believe tint tho republicans meant something when they pledged themselves to use their best cliorts to promote bimetallism Wc shall prefer to believe that Mr McKinley is acting in good faith when inn authorizes Semi ator Wolcott to proceed to 1 Europe to look over the ground nnd 8ce what nr rangements can he mode fornn intcrnn tionnl conference that shall mean sonic timing We shalll prefer to believe that Mr Wolcott himself in spite of his tory Hpecch is sincere in his dcsiro to restore silver to its old place It Is already known that Franco is ready to enter into nn international agreement nnd this fact will give Semi ntor Wolcott something tn work on M Meline tho French prime minister who is a protectionist Inns dcmonstraU 1 ed to Ills own sntisfuotion that a high an tariff cuts a small figure under ihegold standard that a customs tariff irises to be effective when time gold standard in constantly beating down prices Tills being so it is qflromensc Im portance to the republicans to secure international bimetallism ft they should levy high custoniR duties nnd these should full to rinse prices under the gold standard what then becomes a of their theory of protection Why their party would go to pieces like a c house of cards in n whirlwind A Jalsn 6tnilnnt I Tho national niquotary conference nt Indlnnnpolls adapted unnnhnouslyI a deelariitlon for the maintenance of the gold sfantlnrd mud tho retirement of the demand obligations of the gov toTiuient It also proposed to inrestl gate and report by bill or otherwise on the evils of the currency system and the remedies therefor Tlio main trouble Is this very gold standard which creates n monopoly In ruining and puts n premium on An article of Value tar beyond Its descrvlngs n false standard In fact PhHhdelphfn Item u The JUt Ilngu In 1nrK 1fiats have for yvap been n petit Ind 1nris but never more so thau now They teem everywhere and afe said to issue in thousands from the drains while In outlying districts they scour tBeatrgetdlhhordhHl1T61dtflndEjforto swbrd Jay6nct Therrdcent dcmoll flan of 6ld houacs nriU stHblcsis mp pOlil1 to thultiJslhic p upY txdIbe drenietn f tdeuti Chicago Chronicle A 4t wuI HOW XBdOt THE MEVENt1E4- roe IroteelionIlcclproclty says rt protection organ JStree tradoln dlwilmllwr and noncpiupoUtIyq products That In one comjyy tv llindinitire cegrtIIesI which It does not produce in consldera Jon Of the othcri letting hi free what tho latter does not produce Then why wart the third section of the McKinley bllkcalled a reolproolty icotlon Thlsicjpton Uircntcucd rctfll tnoiasscscoffcettea icing them let In our exports nl rates which the president thought were fair Are sugar molasses coffee tea and prodductsugar molasses nail hides three oiit of five of thorn AH no retaliation tats at tempted against cotiutrlrh proddcing ten we may eliminate that nail say that out of four wcre articles which we produce The definition quoted idiowK that the socalled McKinley reci procity devlHcd by Senator Aldrieh was not reciprocity at nil since It lens not mainly in products which this country dow not produeiv 4 Hut suppose we lot in free nil the rom modities which this country does sot produce in sufllclcnt quantity to sup ply the wants of the psopilr That lute in sugar free both raw and refined It lets In wool true Ixwiuso we produce but little more than half the wool need + d by the people There IMn varlejyof other articles to which the 511 inn remark will doubtless apply hut tltlle two nee Imported in large quantities Song of his rinse of articles Will yield a dollar of revenue Of course then you must get tall the custom revenue from ar Holes imported tint compete with our domestic prodiiofi What IK the result Having put the noncompeUHve art ele on nil fr v list you must get revenue by taxes on ennui petitive iirtlulcK So much the bettor nays the too hnity protectionist wince wo can finis tax competitive artteles null the higher Hut they nro already taxed arll nigh up to the nolnt whoro lnimrfation tense If you put on more tnx iniKirlatlous will be smaller nnd if you go an far UK Itill protected luor errs demand you will stop Importations altogether and rat off nil tint revenue The notion Hint higher tariff menus orc revenue leti obsolete to n largo ex tInt Many of our tariff rates prohibit importations III any quantity worth naming Others are very near to the point of prohibition mud another turn of the screw will mater them quite MI The theory that higher rates mean more revenue applies only to nOncompctlMve articles or others lazed much l elow the oint of prohibition and even they mny l KO high that the people will buy them In smaller quantities As o articles produced nt hone when the rite Is nl high an Increase of the tariff wilt be more likely to reduce revenue than to raise it Then whence pomes the revvilucJomt1i njle Coulf rTournal- Irutrctliiu I Ii JVJiut Th7tlani Tl e irepubHciiAH arc leYftrniinod tta1 ou cjctra session for the purpose tlie j tlnbr perfect lug a tariff meanurowhlclh will hicrcasv the rcvenicrt of ttho finitely States If this indeed fee thoii pllrlIKj thln tllO ctllUlot ixoiirfin the Molvlnley statute of October 190 bocaiixe tliattl net was called art act to reduce the fevjcrag The repuhjlcuus will go jntoj hllJonbut will takv no sort of means to that end They will ment for the purpose ofj incrc atiinKthe protection ilrenHy nc4 corded overabundant ly to American manufactuicw TiltI Ir vRI try IB to mum lIceJ not a reypnifij fcujffjliutfii rtf4tlrn lection mainly i nil they Se wdny n sh theyjuere when llnrrlwm wns norrilf anted lit 1S3S in favor of levying prol hlblttve duties tnder puchl a tariff hjlfl life republliuiUH in the i xtrn session will pass exK rtH will full off unit the turllt win not yield uiv iirmnii tev 2 eniiift There in pertinent Hllll emplmti objection therefore to the 1epubllcnm hypocrisy Involved In the tatcmen thottthl desire 4itt1 xfrt ttlVH9or can grc nt in Wit hilt roh1crljth rwrnutparty t1otsn nt scant n tft ifffor fill tariff for t IAt antLtb ntjlK wh- It will have HpPCJilaRCf SllKlt nrly In tho nt 11I11n1nrn1nt1011Chl- epg ChrpnlcJ iTWoSliPph r l lt Tljc lHJltlcal qhijphvfds frouj OhlSJ 1volves In sheeps clothing 1 he frnnkJy nnldbefore the 1J1ltglIFydon- snitI tceHnnt ihef rritlfrilr Std mnt ileif ilitxaniled tWII1t QHtfp9lgl WRtlJ nl together They niiinlt lnrtit their inrpose U to doublyt the price of dqmes tic wool Bin glvcU a monopoly They did not deny that tints would greatly in oreaHc the price of ivarirfclbthlng lines confessed also tint their Schedule leant Intended to produce rpvciiuehut run tlitr to prevent It This iiA oJ the public care to know about Ute howl of tine ivolred for inoi c prottctloni It their demand uiialT 1w prnnfed tine yofers will the ret nil they dill in 1800 and 1992 X Y World TiijBvldpvrof iisl cerlty in tho support of the saucy of protectlvo tnrlff wht t lJnanlllnc rs- iin Jlndl producei arilg e nUt us shot fr u thSlh ncarlng before the vrn pailimenns committee of the hcune of reprcHcntu ilvcs oleo in that inmost of them vcrj readily consent to low tnriltH in alt cases but theltowAlrPtorld Jfairn t 1 I 1 THEnyLEQTtON t OF SERMAN kmeu ItnsniFine flash Arabi seeeres Apparent There IN coiiRldernhlo criticism of Mnj McKinloyH selection of Senator senretnrypfQlttte theputgtoseHanna who inspires to be a senntor of the United Status gad whU8 iiuipy be presumed that Hm praildentclect feels eligibleJ wltlioirt d6ill He npikfintctl ftMrfMlll n fret that periods question in raised UH dQllenteworkhrupon to perforrn Of coui e there tnny bon spleeof hurt IKnnisnt in the criticism tint Is lleveled at the proposed appoint inont but it Is doubtful that it can bo fully accounted for In hla ay1he Washington correspondent of the St Louis llepublio says rimming oilier thingsrThe selection of John Hliermnn forlhi iccretarVsliln of ntntn creotvK the most profound niirprlHO In yn8hlngton and M jKclally nmoiifr tho nenhtoia who have trail to do with Sherman day In and day out for years It IIn rather unftrncloun to any nIb11iuernhluhtmust ho said who has rendered such con pjilcnotm poblloanrvlceaHut Isntnnttfror common notorloty hire well Hnoivu to nil the xeittitorrt of nut political partfes that Mr Hhornmn Inns by no means the Intel loctual strength ho hnd years ago He has Ixon mulling for two yvtorn with nrrtnt rnplillty Iliynlrnlly he IsI ntlll strong nUll altlve Mentally he hns been Krowlnif feehlo for Hotno hire and notably nlnce the lust sesshniof COnrrelll It would soem in hor tills that thin exigencies of Ohio pollticH fall short of justifying thcselcetioii Mr McKln Icy hints inndc There ix a possibility that tho rivet pitrisaolAfr ShermilhV appointment will toil us it Is far from clear at present that Mr HannaI cnn Htiocccd in his offoits tn reach till semi II te but the Mansfield statesman will doubtless receive tho honor intended for him In spite of tho miscarriage of the plan for Mr llannas exaltation If the worst shall bo realizedlln respect to Mr Sherman it Iis to bo hoped that thet presidentelect will bo round tn JU1e been more fortunate In his selections of teen to fillI the other Important places in his olllcial family U cans broadly mutt ed some months ago by nil eminent re publican that Mnj McKinley is a weak nn impressionablel man Lund if this Is t rue tine presidentelect ought to have sonic strong men about him Weakness from tOil to bottom of tine ad ministration would prove most tin for tunnto Ijlngliiimton ex Y Lender PRODUCTION OF WEALTH Tho TrittrftlntttNt idea of Hrlnclng About truer Tlliim The Imincdlalc inlHslou of till re pnbliean Party remarks n repnbllwni orgrii Istp tnrtutjiUeiucl iicft to tlicounigc Investment m and jjrodue lion to fnnilsh work nut good wages to uneiufiloyed labor An vNcolltnt mission hunt how Is It- to bo nchicvcd Simply by the exit ell of till taxing jIJwcrQ the gov eriiment Nothing could be easier Taxcr ire to be levied on things that the people need for tine bereft of the men with factories who coin convince the leaders of the party that they chuuld bo helped Uy the lmpl proc lfltl of placing a luxnn articles minimum faetured ubrcad fine people nee 09111 polled to Lunyat home and the home manufacturer can charge the value of the article plats tine 1nir11TFnni1 thus be encouraged by lunge protlta tOkcup at Avork there profits of course fur tho public welfare he will divide with the then he employs The product Ion of ntcrtlty a niftier of lputting n governments lingers nUn tine pockets of Onto kcltlun and trniisfurrlngi the money there to the pocket i fjuiotherf 4rpsperlty can he uiinlc lyvforKJngiyjicltiycyK to chjp In null pny for nil riiiintng or a tint Tory wliieVrinWhereltlxeh1 NffAlhl liko to run If lilt ehSlfgli profits arc iw Mired IllindrelhVfjfJTproHporoim clti enfi twilit rnJUIoim oath be IOlutCt out who are living prgof fot thcjTvcllvc tiers of the leViimisii promoter 6f jTroB purity WlO ni bounty oti ghRds HhiT n premium Hit hlleile fnctorie will be shutdown now amid then by wicked combines butt the taxiilg pOWer rlnlimited nnd the avored tuunttactgrcr niVcruffer for while time substance of Ins fellow citizens who lijust yiiy fioni firm at ills prlee holds out lit rnnlietiittiCeadtlerdb Irt it- ebheiralud4mve money tobnrni HijU if titi Jic tlia ihliiKlonjOffijiarty Oirnugh the control of anr govern nients itjiig polertto start fnctprlcH amid keep labor employed at good wngoi wily tlitslndlrectlon nffd tlio trouble and Minoyah rf of making np dlicrioilf nating duties Why hot hn n Koverii tnClUt fncturleitfQrst4orntcptLlo Cl 1 U Pjyust have jmifryullsim 1 lot 1s liuve straight honest tiHodnle pnt6r mtimlsit freed from thbt lefHoHY aiid J1I1lc1 i give the money jo the afcijppdrtlfd 1 InbortTKat Ixiulu Kcpubllc i rChrtlrman Dingjey dcclliteff Iqfttf halowho wiblrtct YcCihlb lib cdtHdtidr perfdhalJy HitperrlHe1cvery branch et- tttfrli Iii sthnTdcpcirtiadntlima lJf- ktldtnpe cesl t fwcJ1 l fttMfnlh1tbuoi ifoas51- 15WaFic yuonsihtllttiytit9ltyer epmll lie fs wise enough 10 110Wtktt lip is no1 tliitOlracrvmk dtiw A UHfHA SH D 3r r JntittesrWkea iIl4i Abubchgrall8 shepherd of Y cm Oregon Is the hero of the iW X u- nalno of tine doS waJhflhtlr s+ vaa CA l1W jjpb Tliompson bIAtek I e mete bofort he came waaj tl CjTerliQtt yvlc1 e4- ttlestoryddtcsbackto1 were ihACf i y k borsei footl3l I N1jiHUWOOlWMR al t tii bicycles were not knnwitl lvcry sheep canp had its crac1 pt V of dogs nnd In ThontpsWatmclt tl1er were I0 Atthe 111tr dCW H IJijt er iherdlnlt 5J8ftT r tpni One manning a InesBflrijer rode ItStol ahSpherthsifledleft For the next few dnys the 6T Cline Btrogfrllng Intb PendleteaMTebyle- one and wljhin a wjepk they wercaU present or hccpuntcd JTImt 41 theftidian t At the end of n month iip rUIng had twen put down unit Thprapr son went to look for bis aheop llcliad left 2000 mind he found 0OOQ mill quietly feeding together An he rode near ho saw perched on n tallbutte ahlackobf feet that turned out to ate Jimtilnn- gnre hlq master u frantic lvclrontennd then proudly Btnrterf With hllriitoTfo the bandsped y Single hnntled JlnthndtnkelcnrC- of those sheep for 30 tinysdrivlnptlieint to fresh piiRtitrcs each tinny lively tFay JRtihhHlrove Khtrc1ermud work timid ngrecd with l1h 1onll1 he vas ns fat ns a possum In pcmlm1 mon time Ifo wns too juuarfc tq go hungry nUll laud plched Hilt tine fat of the hock whenever he wanted unnnUhn mend Jim lit gone mitt but his mctn ory Iis respectedoY every wool puller In UmntUla county j Frnjik Andreas fsa miner who lives InnI Idaho About n rune front Inl immune is a blacksmlthn nhop vhoro Begets i his pick and other tool muudcd One December day he started down the mountain side togo to tho shop inking with him hits tyo St llcrnnrd dugs Quarts and Plut v Tic hnd not gone fur when hn wns caugnt by a unowBlldu tint had started 5JOO feet nhovo him lie wns carrKtl along by tho slide only a few feet when he dropped date n gulch and four fret of hnrdpnckcd Bantu coy 4i eredhfm cut of sight The shut inUsed the dogs ahd they soon nosed qut their master and began digging nvyoy the snow Andrcan left Arm wins free and hewas In nil upright position hint could scarcely breathe ninth would have been smothered alit tIt while lie hcardthe dogs scratchy and with their help anti his free nrm a small opening wna loon made through within ho could gK nlr Theft they worked together roam and doge for 1 fhours or more wltcu Andreas was ruble nito pull himself out of the snow box In which ho Wins pnckcd Vortland Ore goniun t 5 lint until it1 MUnlinr Cheek A remarkable inoldont is brought to our notice by thu llrlstol post olllcc fund what Is moru It is a story without n moral Sotno time ego n lettereori tilinlng it check lot upwntd orc300 SWUM posted to Itu g rntlemans biiHlncsH JiddruHS in thvulty uiuli although tuero IIVIIH proof tint It cans delivered thcv Hntittt evening tthuiuldrcsset coulphilhetb shut thu Important julsnlvc had tint reached hint Subsequently Imo veer It o currcd ta hlui that nn Ills titiMlncHH picinlscs Vcrt Infested with rlnti4fnmlr its ovefy thing put through the tlpernturl1 in tho dooq lie till nbtencu Df a hitters box dropped to the floor tlc postal iinihdrUkH might rat aft14rnIhbo rtt 1frnntdfble for tllefctrango dltappianiHuui oftlic letter A iarch wliloh lie Iimtl tntedwuncoJuiilRtclyjHiuueHsftilI Qii jooktug buhlnil 1 corn bill Jio diwpv qrcd to hit nftouHhll1f t two hiirlp4 ruts actually 4 htiyg for thq QHHcftshiiij of a dusttbutmearcd eiivclopcj ivhchV ion bcIiig ojicniftT tt ttafdtlnil lofl4enbnuu other than tho hue that tbtitnljiedi l tJww omlttikrtitristaltlnglntmd11lbnnurx r Autl iiUrrowi i + v Respite vritlcUiu and rldlmtht tiny npnvrdvv cInbsoC Sussex county Ktig lontl putsUe the evujrtcno 6f their t wtiy A report of the Idtcut petieabja Jucutlng of the JUunvMh VcpJ4 JUtatiilI Bparrow cllI1 platen thitytltetovnabersJ resent pro luccd the taUn of 217 ro ofeats and the heads of J3t blnJiia tttreragelItg i opinion of vM sparrow Tlui Sfelll J4 Known nattiralUtj Mr Y1 IVget iWeier shared tiiIU Mew UiuJ qatnJatelmerIteyt fIft to JlUPPOse tbctsparrgWca it Jl yItituI inttorttime spnrrAWJaApeptI 7 hlt t 1 IHro rMMekTdr1srreryitNmaS SiJmero is too wpoll tf1lJ1J4tthl saho0L blutigcssispivct1 lmaJt1 issntoniturthe fcachcr tuniddt ste oVei totWti i ic lHlaiMl thcfiprtoiy4i I tttrnecXiplrhf + 4- ttopalt1 11 atmtri f wht if tnil that allbIJ40M No paw turned me over H itle J PItsbdPyii OirU tA+ wfn6jinlir jetfl nHt tttttw- nitttlit1Jil t J Nitfrtwtiinliiiy f Jvasitiwd IR- eiNa It t 1 ilfn 1 r Jt4i JT J i F f J 1t 1 e T I Much inLittleIa especially true of Hoods PIUs for no tnetll else ever contained so great etiratlvn power la I mail e Tlwy are a whole m- edicineHoods ckest always ready al I ways Aclent always sat toffttitory prevent a cold er fever euro all liver Ills Pillsi headache jaundice constipation etc IIsickeftly P1U to take with Hoods ZCI I The Northern bank of Lexington pro i poses to reduce its capital stock onehalf John Hungate a Mercer county far- merI p was killed by taking morphine in stead of quinine The timber losses in the upper Big Sandy country by the recent floods is es timated nt 75000 f O W Mooro was attacked by three negroes near Piuovillo and had his skull crushed and one eye gouged out A girls baseball club is one of the latest novelties nt Hopkinsville and Iis thought to be the only one in the state Suits are being prepared by the state agaluit the insurance companies for the amount of the polices on the life of Dick Tato Dogs killed fifty sheep and lambs belonging to E II Smith of Nelson coun ty entailing a Ions of about 125 Two of the dogs were killed John B Mnson aged 60 committed suicide near Pigeon Fork church An derson county by shooting himself Ho said he WAN tied of life Judge Snuflley in charging the grand jury at Lancaster said A mobe made up of cowards and one determined man can put it to tlIghtIJohn Stevenson charged with mali t cious shooting and wounding of Deputy Sheriff Young of Jessamine county was sentenced to live year in tho pen Columbus Butterworth n prominent farmer of Calloway county was mortally j wounded with a wagon standard by Geo Sheridan another farmer of that locality Tho first delinquent subscriber ever sued by the Bourbon News settled his hill last week paying 1380 by check No lt which proves that the number isnt always unlucky I Tho large stock barn of L Wlrutonj at Glasgow was destroyed by fire en tailing n low of 3000 Twelve head of horses and a fino jack were cremated It I i is believed to have been bet on fire I postoffico nt Stanton was broken I Ilhe robbed of a box containing 30 I Will Ilosklus was arrested 1 at Clay City next day with the box and most of the money in his possession I f i f Leslie Combs the most notorious moon shiner in tho mountains was found dead I near Hazard with his throat cut Iowa I n confederate bushwhacker It isII claimed that he had killed fifty men Ira Combs a young married man ofs Letcher county was killed by the fall r ing of a limb from another tree where ho WAS cutting Tho limb was a very J largo one and struck Combs on the headI Sammy tho 4yeRrold son of Station J Agent Rnymer of Gra ey awilhlrreda- piece i of pipeatem abojit three In hlat long through wliTch ho was blowing andE failing to get relief died in a short time Isaac Thomas who was caught by nn electric wire at Maysvllle survived the shock but a short time Ho fell into a puddle of water nnd while in his death I struggle the water fairly boiled from the electric current that passed into it Mike Maloney a brakeman fell fromII the top of a freight car while crossing nigh Bridge Fortunately ho caught ea the telegraph wires and was saved afall of 300 foot He was so frightened that ho tainted twice after being rescued The jail at Lebanon meat be a daisy When the prisoners get tired of remain ing they make their escape get a snifl of fresh air and then allow themselves toJ be takes back and laugh at the jal1orI Three tines within the past month have they brokea out and in each instance loitered around until recaptured without afY resistance During the recent fwshet in tho Ken tacky river a Jet of papers from the necks olloeln the court louse atPine if tilki Wen waded away The baidle mm III cktd up sae E eo14 drUtwtea wt- W 1 t l + I I Frankfort and in It was fund A letter addressed to Judge Pryor Itwsgiven to the judge who on opening it found a check for 100 from J N Neal clerk of Dell county A Jeflenon county farmer took a lead of hay into Louisville the other day to sell While driving along he wanted to smoke He lit his pipe dropped the match and almost in a second the entire load was ablaze The farmer leaped from the wagon barely escaping incinera tion and with difficulty saved his horses There is a lady living in Stanford who eats no meat of any kind i not even the Intcriit is because she does not like meat that she refuses to partake of it Another strange eater in the county is a gentleman whose homo is near Shelby City and whoso diet for the past year has been beef almost exclusively For several months he ate no bread at all This however was done at the advice of his physician HOW TO FIND OUT Pill a bottle or corczion glare with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours a lied iment or settling Indicate a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid hey trouble Too frequent desire tQ urinate or pain in the back is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order WHAT TO 10 There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to told urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use if liquor wino or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real ized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the lent Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample hot tin arid pamphlet llotblIent free by mail mention THK HAZKI GRKRX HKRAID and send your full poatoflicc address to Dr Kilmer it Jo llinghnmpton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this nfler 22 shad the Mia Wltk the Kmt Yen never saw a true bohemian who didnt have n warm heart and a sympa thetic nature declared tho big police man as he was putting away his side after earning off duty Just saw an example of it he con tinued to the two or three whe attention had been attracted I was going to the box to make my report when a man we all know as worth at least a million trailed me With him was a fellow who used to be his coachman pale thin and starved Here said the former em player I want you to leak after this man Ha just stepped me tt tell a tale of woo about a sick wife and four chill droll that need food Theres a way provided for such people and I dont want to bo bothered Hed repay me if he ever got tho money but there dont eem much chance for that because work is scarce and ho looks sick Hero is where the bohemian came in Ho had drawn his weeks salary that afternoon and had just had a smoking supper with a bottle of nle on the side Ho heard the last remark and began ask ing questions on blown hook while millionaire took the opportunity to on After a little talk the bohemian asked the excoachman to go with him You knew such fellows can hustle when they want to He bought meats and groceries with both hands induced tho grocer to make a nice eon tribution put tho roan in hard luck on the sent with the delivery boy and sent lion booming along with a whole wagon load of happiness It brokeine laughed my bohemian but I have uo wife nor children Its chicken or feathers with us fellows any how and I just had my chicken Then ho went whistling into a saloon and stood the barkeeper olTfor a pony of chartreuse Detroit Free Press CAMPION KY March 10 1897 Old HERALD I have taken up my at the beautiful little town of Campton now Please send my HERALD here in place of to Lane I can not do without it for Iit Iit always a love teat U ray Mul Rah for the Pieratt Pre varicators they stead without IB equal and without a peer and their audacity not veracity is unchallenged and un questioned Yours truly BENJ gBWELtfc I Five Ktklit Seat tt the Penitentiary Five young men all members of promi nent families of Breathitt county were sentenced to the penitentiary lust week for terns ranging from six to ten months for kukluxing Their names are Yell Crawford Stephen Crawford Andy Hays Luni Dale and Walter DaleThe young men visited the home of Dudley Jones after night called him out and administered a severe lashing because us they said ho ought to live Inn better house More than a year ago Jones lost his residence including nearly alllits contents by fire since which time ho has made his home in a little but of mean appearance The conviction was made by some of the night riders turning states evidence on the others Some of the witnesses had to be jailed by Judge llcdwine bvfcre they would testify After the conviction of those above named the witnesses were sent before the grand jury and indictments to the number of about fifteen followed thick and fast against other members of tile band including one against a wellknown minister of the county It seems to be the finale toa band of white cups who have made themselves a terror to their section for a long while They ovcu because so bold not long ago as to give orders that a protractedmeeting which was in progres at Elkatawa under the ministry of the cow boy preacher tOY Tom Horusby must be closed The preacher however gave no heed to the warning Clay City Chronicle Sadden Change IB Management In the railroad news in the Cincinnatii Enquirer we find the following specie1 from Lexington bearing date March 10 An unexpected change in the management of the Lexington and Pastern rail road was announced this morning At a meeting of the board of diretors yes terday afternoon the resignation o James Duane LivingsUn as vice presi dent and general manager was tendered and accepted and this morning Preii dent H C McDowell issued a circular announcing the election of George Copeland vice president vice J D Liv ingHton and J Rogers Barr general manager vice J D Livingston Mr Livingston left this afternoon for New York He was seen at the train by The Enquirer correspondent to whom he said I resigned to go in business in New York City the nature of which and my plans for the future I am not ready to disclose You havent paid that subscription yet Come in at once we need funds in our business Sound Lungs lungsarePWBTARHONBV scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy in alt lung affections teYerhatvet must My pbytlcUm thou ht I PIMBTAMIIOMKYmod alibiOEO Xy DR ELLS PINETARHONEY is a certain specific for coughs colds sore throat bronchitis nsth croupPriceaUdrunletaL L aut1u4 BMM 0 lt4 M sr Commissioner Notice WOLVE CIKOUIT COURT Lucy McQuirr plalntllT auitlnst John M Rose adrnr kc defendants Notice Is hereby given to the heirs and creditors of F N McGuire deceased that the undersigned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit court under an order in the above styled cause will attend at the Circuit Court Clerks office in Campton Ky on the 8th day of April 1607 until April 10 1897 to receive sad tear proof and audit claims against said decedent and that all claims rtquiredbybe forever barredJ FVANSANTMaster r W C C PIA T IIYIUt ATTORNEYATLAW CAMPTON KY Collect IOBI a peclaltj MORGAN COUXTT Ezel EMticIis Candidates are numerous Ezel is going to have a new street nod new sidewalks C M Kssh left for Bit Sterling on the 14th on business Rev Wilson colored preached Tery interesting sermon at tilt church house on Sunday at 11 oclock John Patton Lockbart died suddenly at his home on Blackwater the 13th The bereaved family has many sympa thizing friends Berry 1ieratt traveling salesman Cora clothing firm of Cincinnati and David Rose salesman for A Baltimore shoe firm are at heme for a few days Dr Volney Nickoll who came up from Louisville a few days ago to visit hilt parents left for that city on the 14th where be will learn how to administer to the sick Miss Laura Dennis who has been sick with fever for two weeks past is thought to be no better Miss Laura is a kind and interesting young lady who has many sympathizing friends Miss Ettti Daniels visited her parents at this place Saturday and Sunday and returned to Hazel Green Sunday evening accompanied by John Davis where she will resume her studies in school There will be public speaking at this place Thursday March 13 by the candi dates for the various county offices We think they had better begin the day pre 1vioua in order to give each one n chance to promulgate his claim March 15 0 K Haytown Missiles Another good man gone 1 Rev Jobn eveningfinlaw M W Pierntt near town He died in full triumph of n living faith He leaves an aged father and mother a wife and seven children two sisters and one hrother to mourn their loss I suppose thero will be a more extendedno tice of his deathsoon March 115 WINGLESS Forked City Fomentations Judge D ID Laudsim tins been on the sick list for the past week There will probably he n wedding in this neighborhood in the near future M K Wilson spent n part of lAst week on Holly visiting friends and relatives W It Tiblis of Oklahoma was in this neighborhood business last week Judge C O Cordw ll has just return ed from Jackson where he has been at tending court morningforhe will upend the next twelve months CamptonMonday Adkins in jail for the killing of Tutt Born to the wife of Judge D D Landsaw on March 12 a girl To the wife of Clint Taylor on March 4 n girl John Hampton that famous man who has conversation with owls and unknown AllyRameyKelly Little who has been living in Breathitt county for the past twelvemonths moved te the farm of F K Lit tie this week Will Swango passed through here a few days since with the last bunchof cattle and I could hear them say Our race is nearly run Spring has come and tho mud lies dried up and now there is no excuse for not paying that subscription you owe givehimMoving has started up in earnest in this section Sheriff DalUn has moved to C 0 Card wells farm J Frank Smith to S H Hursts farm i Rev W C Robards more familiarly known as Old Sledge has moved to the house just vacated by Smith March 15 BARE The boarders at the Home and young ladies of Hazel Green desire to return thanks to Prof and Mrs Cerd for a so dial given them eo Friday night last Seventeen young ladies and twentytwo gentlemen were made happy on the occasion and it was a time long to be re membered People Believe what they read knowitcurt Get floods aria only Hoods Hoods IImcureal1 relieeee 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