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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ti rTtiE HAZEL GREEN HERALD i 1 r x- ti li =ViTraTWiS Established March 41885 Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell IlENCER COOPER Owner and Editor jJjI i Ot a lUUy World With News From All Nation latmbrlnr at Hit Thick 1100 A YEAR t t = Always In Advane jfft yl = TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 25 1897 NUMBER 52 f 1orTJlE HKRAID i KOBE TAXES A COON HUNT 4 As I have seen KO many thrilling hunt Jog talcs in TUB HERAU I thought I i iGuhl relate one of the noon hunting experiences of my younger days just t show how near a youngster can come in to the jaws of death and yet escape At Stillwaler there in a branch known as Jurds branch and there used to b Y lots of coons there I was very fond of parti1II1rt cheice was Uncle Ben who was a grea J hunter and he had tt coon dog nrmed- I 1 Trick but because he was the best dog bt was nicknamed Drug We set tho following Saturday nigbt for the hunt and I told Uncle Ben that I would bring niy pup along for I wanted to make ii coon dog out of him and we would get I four coons that night The time cant u i and my friend Dan and I and my pup y went to Uncle Bens house early so as to ix be there on time Aunt Patsy had su- perlit ready they had coon and asked u- iki to eat with them Dan and I liked coon powerful well and we sat down and eat Pretty aoon Uncle lien said Boys dont iat too much of that coon or youll spoil1 Kill the fun but I had not bad any coo n vfor a long time I kept on eatiug and get E tog more anxious for the hunt jp Well supper over Uncle Ben got hi- rrfifiUD and ax and a pine torch and we set d out for Jurds hranch about a mile an- a half Uncle Ben told me to carry the torch and Dan took the ax We get t ithe hunting ground about dark and wanted to set the dogs off at once bu Uncle Ben stopped me and said tube that wont do wait till the coons get to stirring about Dan then said That right i Uncle Ben knows nil about hun iog coons and we must do just what he t ys We waited some time and finally Uncle lien sxid Well boys its time i to make A start if we want to catch four I coons tonight and started Brag off fora coon started my dog Carlo but he didnt go far until be came back and scolded him Uncle lien said I mustnt do that or I would spoil tho dug I should wait until Brag barked and then I we would go to him and show Carl tb I coon Brag soon barked and Unclu Den1 said Boys hes got one treed We aeon found Brag standing by a large c white oak tree looking up Be right still boys I sea him and he looks as bias Brag rtold Dan to be still and let y t Uncle Ben have a fair shout and we 1Would soon have a coon Uncle Ben 4 told me to kinder walk up the hill so a if he could seo better how to shoot I done downJfumej the coon stone dead Old Brag on the coon and I ran up with Jfthe torchand set my dog on the coon- il Ii pind made him wallow it By this time Uncle Ben came up and said Dont let Jthe dogs bruise that coon or he wont he- Mnt to eat so wo drove the dogs off cttarted for another one We didnt go far until Brag barked1 again and Dan said lies got another coon for ho barks just like before This time ho was near a poplar treetbbiggest I over saw Uncle hen said he Didnt think we could get that coon till ire cut tho tree down I laid off my giy coat took the nx and went to work to make the chips fly When I got tired I told Dan to take the ax so Uncle he could watch The tree was hollow and jre soon had it down when out jumpedjI the coon and Brag on top of him My pup ran up and as ho didnt know any thing about coons he got him by the ear Brags hold on the coon broke and the varmint grabbed Carlo anit made the fur fly I ran up to bent the coon off my dog and it jumped on me Dan thenI Utne t help me out of my trouble andII the first thing ho did was to run hisI hand into the coonH mouth The varmint fastened its teeth into Dans handI which made him holler for Uncle Beni Who came up and helped us I soon got loose but tho coon still held on to DansI band I got out my knife anti Uncl- Uen held the coon by the cars while I Jgt his throat My knife was so dull that I thought it never would cut but pretty soon the coon began to bleed and handbfeces Undo Ben then asked us if we weloth L fight to such varmints any more that night IonsIwe got there it was nearly upoup my wounds for I bad been torn up considerable by the coon Uncle Ben way the only one who got off without any scratches Aunts Patsy fixed up the coon for breakfast and how we did eat I IlIn and I and Carlo staid at Uncle hens two or three days before gothis dog Carlo have nut been on another coon hunt Dun will still hunt but I dont think he ever gut into another such scrape and let me saj hero that he 5 is one of our best hunters Well don wo both remember that night and as long as I live I will never forget Uncle Ben and Aunt Patsy Stillwatcr March 6 Rum Insloralltyp aroundHus upon the degenerate condition mor ally of the youths of our country When we behold tho fair form of morality clad in robes of virtue wearing upon her 1brow the diadem of truth and bearing in her hand the sceptre of justice strug gling in the whirlpool of sin and folly thesbrightdman has grand and golden opportunities astonishingi upwardtto become on Lifes bright crowning slope the pillar of a peoples hope and an honor and a glory to their country bandtwagon of immorality and go tumbling down to shame and infamy while their friends weep and two world laughs at their calamities How distressing it is to see those young men whom we love and whom we know were created for noble purposes disregard their advan Itages and opportunities and seem only to find contentment in dragging lower the standard of morality I know some young men whom God has endowed with ean abundance of the natural elements of greatness and yet the more he bestows upon them of natures blessings the deeper they sink in the pit of immorality the nearer they approach moral dissolu glion Ul the folly the ingratitude of immoral young men They manifest it not only toward their Maker but toward themselves an well God sets in the soul- S ofevery young man an easel andon that easel he spreads a canvass and on i1that canvass we sketch in colors all our own I lives andso many young men instead of tracing with the pencils of truth rajnliness high aims and honorable am bition a picture to adorn tho halls of state n picture to hang immortalized in the galleries of fume and honor and one 1at which angels would delight to look and nations and kingdom and empires cast admiring glances instead they are swiftly dashing down with the pencils of intemperance vulgarity hypocrisy and falsehood the lines of a picture fit only to adorn the cobwebbed galleries of eternal infamy or the smut washed halls of the capital city of hell for demons to gaze at and the harpies of hell to laugh perpetualmgloom and weeps because of Paradise Lost When we exclaim will all this cease an echo answers when II M SWORD From Missouri To Tin HERALD I urn a native of Morgan county Ky and have been in Missouri for fourteen years THE HERALD Is a welcome visitor to our home It reaches here Mon day morning We see the names of a great runny of our friends and conncc tion It pains us to hear of the death of euch men as cousin Bob Day foul cousin Miles Nickell I have a great many connection in Morgan and Wolfe couu ofesome of them through TUB HERALD This iis a fine farming country We are well pleased here times is looming up since the election of McKinley We think hogs will get to fi cents cattle C cents and wheat 1 How much better could we wish t LEA DER DENNIS Nelson Mo March 17 a By Cracky Sends Us a Trophy CAPT COOPER Editor HERALD Please accept this wolf hide as a pres ent and as proof of the hunts of the wooly west Would suggest to those hunters back in Kentucky that they send to the editor the ham or tho hide of bruin Would send you the ham of the wolf but that would be asking too muchof Mr Cope the good looking shcriffof Breathitt county Kentucky Well I must tell you something of our hunt during Mr Copes short stay with us Grant Lacy Mr Cope and myself met at the house of Henry Cock rel Dinner being prepared by Mrs Cockrrll and Col Bells wife for the oc casion n kind of love feast was performed before we put our feet under table and right here Spence will you drop a tear in sympathy The whisky was so bad that we could hardly drink it at all Oh how we did wish for John Taulbre and Henry Pieratt as wo hated to see the juice strewed upon the ground Well after our appetites were satisfied upon the very best and in the nicest of style we made for the Ball prairie the home of numerous kind of game Wo placed Mr Cope near two timber and a small boy with him as company It was not long until it was understood that n large buck was coming that way When at a distance f about seventyfive yards Mr Cope with a breech loading Belgian and the boy with an air gun fired and down fell the buck It was the general opinion that the boy fired the fatal shut and that Mr Cope paid the boy to claim the shot Mr Cope was here after one flame Cockrell charged with shouting a man in Brcatbitt county Ky some twelvemonths ago lie skipped from the coun ty and had never been heard of until recently Mr Cope lit down on him in Coryell county Texas Mr Cope will venture as far to suppress crime as ever did Kit Carson or Wild Bill of the west Yell 1 am farming for daily occupa tion I am putting out 100 acres of cot ton now ready for planting If it is a dry year I will make about 20 cents per acre should there be a good season I will make 20 per acre Sometimes it rains the hardest I ever saw it but this is a sort of chance and we are governed by chance With good wishes to all Hazel Green the editor and better and HERALD staff I rempin yours etc BY CRACKY STEMIENKO- NOatosvillc Texas March lo- A Word to tho Boys If you have anything to do do it at once Dont sit down in the rocking chair and lose three quarters of an hour dreading the job Bo sure that it will seem ten times harder than it did at first Keep this motto Be in time on small things as well as great The boy who is behind time at breakfast and school will be sure to get left in the important things of life If you have a chronic habit of dread Log and putting oIl things make a great effort to cure yourself Make up your mind that you will have some backbone Dont be a limp jellyfish kind of a person Dependupon it that life is very much as you make it The first thing to decide is What are you going to make it The next thing iis to take off your coat and go to work Male yourself neces sary somewhere There are thousands of boys and young mon who wouldnt be missed iif they would drop out tomorrow Dont be one of this sort Be a power in your own little world and then depend upon it the big world will hear from you Exchange A firm styling themselves as The Globe Advertising Agency nt St Louis Mo we learn through the postofllco department lire frauds and wo would say to all newspapers to givo them a wide berth nod the firms they propose to advertise for they are also frauds The firms are J F Casey Co Francis CiiBoy Miss A M Fritz and Mound City Dish Washer Co of St Louis Mo tlardinsburg Leader THE HERALD did some advertising for these firms and sent in bill for same at different times but have bad no re sponse to any toIsaparilla is tho One True Blood Purifier mid NERVE TONIC CORRESPONDENCE will mindtlUlteveningtoWOLFE COUNTY Caapton Carmcy W B YiiBcleve of Devils creek was in town Tuesday County Attorney Stamper has gone to Stanton this week on legal business Attorney G B Stumper went to Eatill county on the 18th on legal business Thomas Mayne commercial tourist registered at the Hollon House Thursday 18th Brad Mattoon the literary circumfer ence of a small circle has conceded that poetry and law so far as he is concerned are failures Several failures reported in town this week The firm of Hollon Oliver Drake has at last gone to tho wall and their stock of courtship goes into theI hands of receivers Arthur Lykins lust 100000 on the late battle for the heavyweight championship of the worldand as a consequence goes out of business Beyond this everything iis looking to Mark Ilauna for relief The second term of the Wesleyan academy opened Tuesday the 16th with unabated interest and increased enroll ment This term will be especially do voted to those who expect to teach in the common schools this fall On the night of the 17th some un known partira burglarized the postofflco at this place and iS worth of stamps a box of cigars and other articles of minor value were taken A search was instituted by the citizens and the stolen articles found in a barn Unfortunately for tho people of Campton the thieves are yet unknown This is the third time the office has been robbed within a yearThat the glad tidings of continued convalescence of the editor of THE Him ALD the paper we love may continue to reach us is the wish of March i2 KLOCCM Tollvor Topics Amos Lawson is III with fever Preaching ut the new school house next Sunday Clarence Pieratt made a flying trip to Lacy Creek last week John Nickel son of Andy Nickell of Clarks branch is dangerously III with feverProf Wm H Cord of Hazel Green will preach at the new church on the first Sunday in April Putnam Patrick E Morton Pieratt and B Monroe Mannin of H G A r spent from Friday till Monday in these partsMarried on the 18th Inst at the homo of the brides mother Strlb Law son to Miss Nannie Dalton Rev Elbcrt Moore ofliciatiug March 21 SHIXFR Lane Mlles E B Tyras blood poisoned hand i improving fast Tames A Sewell sold two yoke of nicei oxen week before last We arc glad to note that J H Elkins is well enough to bo out again Scott Glbbs son of H A Gibbs who has consumption docs not get any better- J L Terrill is very low with measles It is thought by some that he will nut wellMrs Lottie Hatton went last week to see her father and mother Mr and Mrs ChorleH Banks What is the matter with Mr Rambler Shako him up and if he is not dead tell him to let us know it Joseph Crittcndcn King son of Calo way King has hired to work for James A Sowell this summer John Sewall who calls himself ladles man has been riding around this sleek trying to learn the latest fashions Stepping is in delicate health He says that native herbs is a sure cure for several diseases which ho often hat Jolly George Sewell who has been confined to his room for quito a while with measles it gaining pounds flit Little Isaac Miller H F lInttonSamirale Elkins whose Effie Elkins Ezel Uattan and Xerllda Miller spent Sunday with the family of J A Sewell They andhopeTaylor P Sewell and Vacho Ne 2 two noted marksmen of this place last week tooIean evening squirrel hunt They only killed one squirrel but both are excellent hunters and their matches are hard to find In this neck o woods I think Taylor is the best hunter but John says by grab I can beat him shoot Ing out the squirrels oyea just as hot Mack Tyra Nathan Hollon Taylor P Sewell Misses Emma Woods and Laura Hollon visited tho sick family of Phellx r t Pence one day last week and reported I that all wore getting along nicely withcthe measles except Johnnie and he seemed to be feeling bad all the morning until his dearest dear happened in Miss Laura asked Johnnie if he was feeling bad and ho replied indeed my dear I do but I will get up out of bed and If t nothing happens I will get better March 22 GOLD Bun u MOXQAN COUNTY West Liberty WkIsperlapsaSpring at last Circuit court today Will give full particulars of the pro l cecdiuga of court next weektBorn to the wife of Jo S Henry ou t the 10th inst a pound boyj r The candidates for the various offices will address the people at the courthouse today Four Mormon elders preached yester day in the courthouse yard to a small crowdS Wheel r and B M Carr arrived k from Lexington with Lafo Brooks who 1 will be tried this term of fouttfor tho xM murder of GUI McKcnzic March 22 llTO1 Ezel Ecsticles Farmers are busy S IJ Kiish attended the hanging of Jackson and Walling Mrs Angelina Cecil Miss Laura Den nland Levi Montgomery all of whom have been low with fever are convales centMarried on the 19th lust Marlon Hays of this place to Miss Goorgianu Barker of Mcnefco county May pcaco and happiness ever be with them Ilrcck Taulbee of White Oak passed through our little city last Thursday on his return from Mt Sterling where ho had been with cattle and reported the market good Circuit court convenes today at West Liberty and some of the boynare almost quaking Boys if you would quit doing wrong you would have a serene spirit at circuit court time onsMiss Myrtle Waolory Saturday night and had an enjoyable time Thanks to AMiss Myrtle fur the kindness shown us ItWe will call againp I I J M McGuiron store at Omor was 9 broken into ono night last week and Tf- about nine dollars of postofficc money was taken and also tome drugs No one boa been detected so far MarchI 22 OK P I C A Good Thing i The publishers of tho world famou TlccA Week Detroit Free Press desire to introduce their paper to new readers 1 and arc making tho following very M liberal offer They will send two paper twice each week for ton weeks for the w small sum of ten coats Just think of JIt Twenty papers for onlyJ tea cent 1 st = r- r t rdOnehalf cent a copy Do sot Ian Ite ifor take advantage of tills wonderful offer 7 tUoi The Detroit Free Ices DettiitMsy f 1 1 19 r k n V HAIJBOKOF LOll j A f Type of Hcavsn When the fFamily rr Gathers Around WA I Wmiw Olorri In the Ulntlnw of thn I i bIITrd lUvin of Ilinnn Thn Hpot That U llrlclitnt on larch9all 4 rosaV Mortl Ilcturr of the Idll 111111 r l Th sermon of Dr Tnlinngc will set many memories ringing with tho good I rl old times Dr Inlinngos subject Sun M daywas Harbor ot home and the text Mark v 10 U0 home to thy j1rlcnI15l1nll tell them how great things + the Lord tenth done for thee There are n great many people longing for some grand sphere in which to t serve Uod J hey admire Luther at the diet of worms and only wish that they hnd some such opportunity in which to d vplay their Christian prow ess They admre Paul making f oniyfsion in which to preach righteousness temperance and judgment to come All theywant is an opportunity to I exhibit the apostle their comes Christian to us anil pructietltyI snyt 1 will show you n place where you ron exhibit all that is grand and beautiful and glorious in Christian character and that is toe domestic cir cleIf one Iis not faithful in an insignifi cant sphere he will not be faithful in a resounding sphere If Peter will not help the cripple at the Kate of tho 1cnrle he will never be able to preach JOiK souls into the Kingdom at the Pentecost If Paul will not take pains to intruct in the way of salvation the KhrriT of the Philipplan dungeon he will never make Felix tremble He who Is not faithful inn skirmish would not M be faithful in an Armageddon The fart we are nil placed in just the portion in which we eon most grandly sate rod and we ought not to be clirrty thoughtful about some sphere of utcfnlncsfc which we may attar awhile gain but the all ahorbing fj ustion with you and me ouirht to be Lord what wilt Thou have me now tad here to do I There Is one word in my text around which the most of our thought will today revolve 11 tint word is Home Ask ten dilFurunt men the meaning of that word and they will glee you ten different definitions To one it means i love at the henrth It means plenty nt1 Nf orltnllll1Intt11iI f greetingflejve hovering like wings lay chip ping its hands with laughter Life a tramtuil lake Pillowed on the ripples sleep the shadows I Ask another man what home Iis and he will tell you it IIs want looking out of a cheerless tire grate and kneading hunger In an empty bread tray The damp stir shivering with Nurses No 1 1Bible on the shelf Children robbers I songsIf ruin Want in the background unit sin staring from the front No Sob bath wave rolling over that doorsill Vestibule of the pit Shadow of in fernal walls Furnace fur forging everlasting chains Fagots for an un ending funeral pile Awful word It is spelled with curses it weeps with ruin it chokes with woe it sweat with despnlrThe one case n oans ovnrvhing bright The word Homo in tic other ease means every thing terrific- III shall speak to you of homo as a ruhigehomen school and homo as u type of HeavenAnd the first place I remark that home Is a powerful test of character The disposition In public may be in gay costume while in private it Iis in dis Plwnlinpear in another way behind the scenes o private character may be very liTerent from public character Private character 1is often public char actor turned wrung side out A man may receive you into his parlor as though ho wns a distillation of smite and yet his heart may be a swarm of nettles There arc business men who nil day long are mild nnd courteous and genial nod good natured in com menial life keeping back tholr Irri tability and their netulancc and their discontent but at nightfall the dam breaks and scolding pours forth in Hoods and freshets Reputation Is only1 the shadow of vhnractcr and n very small house onctimcs will lISt a very long shad ow The lips tray seem to drop myrrh null cctsa and the disposition to be as bright Hd warm as a sheaf of sun lvxv nnd yet they may only be n irMgfiecnt show window to a wretched stock of goods There is many a man wio is affable in public life amid com mercial spheres who In n cowardly way takes his angoruud his petulant htmc and drops them in tho domestic circle The reason men do not display ttieir bad temper is because they do not wish to be Icnocljed down There arc men who hide thtir petulance and their ir ritability Just for the sonic reason that they do not let their notes go to pro i sttit docs not pay Or for the saute rea son that they do not wants man In their ryhr i tock wwapany to sell their stock at J leis than the right price less it deprc iJto th value As nt sunset the win d V iQ after a unfthlny day there oJ j i f llr10 1 l i JJf f A I may he a cinucstuous night There l phil with rcsject to their slippers and thou gown Audubon the great ornlthoIgist with gun and pencil went through the forests o America to bring down and to sketch the beautiful birds and aft er year of toil nUll exposure completed his manuscript and put It in a trunk in Philadelphia for n few days of recrea lion and rust suns came bac4 and found that the rats had utterly destroyed tho manuscript but without any discern posure and without any trot or bad j temper he again picked up his gun nUll I pencil nnd visited again all the greats forests of America nnd reproduced hisj immortal work And yet theta nroI people with the tcn thousandth part ofJJ that loss who are utterly irreconcila ji J i ble who at the loss of n petrel or an article of raiment will blow as longI and sharp as n northeast storm I Now that man who Is IItfllhle in pub lie and who is irritable in private Iis making a fraudulentoverissue of stock and he is as bad as a bank that might have four or live hundred thousand dollars of hills in circulation with no specie in the vault Let us learn to show piety at home If wo have itj j there we tune it not anywhere IIf weI have not genuine grace in the family circle our outward and public plausi t blllty merely springs trout n fear of the world or from the slimy putrid i pool of our own selfishness I tell you dlllrlleierlhllI where whether you demonstrate it or nut Again 1 remark that home is a refuge Life is the Inited Slues artry on the national road to Mexico n long march with ewer and shun a skirmish and n battle At eventide we pitch our tent and stack our arms we hang up the war Clip and lay our head on the knupsnck we sleep until the morn lug bugle calls us to mnrchini tutus action How pleasant it is to rehearse the victories and the surprises and the I attacks of the day seated by the still camp tire of the home circle Yes life is a stormy SOB With shin erect masts and turn sails unit hulk ultftik we put into the harbor of hone lUessed harttor there wo go for repairs in till dry doek of quiet life The candle in the window is to the toiling man the lighthouse guiding him into port Children go forth to meet their fathers as pilots at the Narrows take the hand of ships The doorsill of home is the wharf where heavy life is unladen There is the place where we may talk of what we have dune without helm charged withseif adulation There is the place where we may lounge without lKing thought mi graeefui There IIs the place where we may express affection without being thought silly There is the place where wo may forget our annoyances and exasperations and trouble For turn earth pilgrim no home Then die That 1 is better the grave is brighter and grander and more glori Otis than this world with no tent from marchii s with no harbor from the storm with no place to rest from the scene of greed and gouge and loss nUll gain Gtsl pity the man or woman who hits no home Further I remark that home iis a political safeguard The safety of the state unfit IKS built on the safety of the home The Christian hearthstone is republichecircle are an absolute necessity for the state If there IHJ nut enough moral principle to make the family adhere there will not be enoughI political principle to make the state adhere No home means the oths anti Van dells means the Nomads ofslnmeans the Numiduns of Africa changing from place to place accord lug as the pasture happens to change Confounded be all those Mabels of iniquity which would overtower and destroy the home The sumo storm that upsets the shut In which the faun fly sails will sink the frigate of the constitution Jails and penitentiaries and armies and navies one not our best defense The door of tho home is the lest fortress Household utensils are the best artillery and the chimneys of our dwelling houses are the grandest monuments of salary and triumph No home No republic rurthcr I remark that home iis a school Old ground must be turned up with subsoil plow and it must be ten r rowed and reharrowcd and then the crop will not be as large as that of the new ground with less culture Now youth and childhood mire new ground and nil the in tluences thrown over their heart an JI life will conic up in after life luxuriantly Kvery Unit you have given a smile of approbaannal the good cheer of your life will come up again in the geniality of your chit dren And every ebulltion of anger and every uncontrollable display of in dignation will be fuel to their disposil than 20or0or 40 year from now fuel for a bad fire a quarter of a century from this You praise tho intelligence of your child too much sometimes when you think ho is not offence of it+ and you will sec the result of it before ten yenta of age in his annoying affec tations You praise his beauty supposing ho U not largo enough to un derstand what you Ray and you will find him standing on a highchair be fore a flattering mirror Worci nUll deeds nUll example are tho seeds of character and children urn very apt to bo the second eUion of their pa i cats Abraham begat Isaac so virt- utt w I is apt to go down in the ancestral line but Herod begat Archelaus so iniquity Is transmitted Iii nat vast responsi bility comes upon parents in view of this subject Oh make your home the brightest place on earth if you would charm your children to the high path of vir tue and rcctltudo and religion Do not always turn the blinds the wrong way Let the light which puts gold on the gentian and spots the pansy pour into your dwellings Do not expect the little feet to keep step to a dead march Do not cover up your walls with ench pictures as Wests Death on a Pale Horse or Tintorettos Mas of the Innocents Rather cover theta if you have pictures with the Hawking artymind The Mill by the Mountain Stream and The Fox Hunt anti The Children Humid Flow ers and The Harvest Scene and The Saturday NightI Marketers Get you no hint cheerfulness from grasshoppers leap and lambs frisk and quail whistle anti garruluous streamlet which from the rock at the the mountain top clear down to the meadow ferns under the shallow of the strap conies looking for the steepest place to leap oil at and talking just to hear itself talk If all the skies hurt led with tempest surd everlasting storm wantllrldocr the sea and every mountain stream went raging at the mouth with mud fount and there were nothing but si moons blowing among the hills and there were neither lurks carol nor humming birds trill nor waterfalls dash but only bears bark and panthers strain and wolfs howl yourhooveslint has strewn the earth rind the heavens with beauty nnd with glad ness let us take into our hunts circle all innocent hilarity will brightness and all Knoll cheer A dark home makes preparationforA bore all my frlen is take into your homos Christian principle Can it be that in any of the comfortable homes of my congregation the voice of prayer sUPlllicalioll No thanksgiving in the morning for care How my brother my sister will you answer tiod in the tiny of judgment with reference to your chil urea It is a plain question and therefore 1 akI illIn the tenth chapI ter of Jeremiah Uod says lie will pour out His fury upon the families that cull not upon Ills name parents when you are dead and gone and the moss is covering the inscript ion of the tombstone will your child rcn look back nod think of father and mother at prayer Will they take the old1 family Miblo rind open it tumid see the mark of tears of contrition and tears of consoling promise wept by yes long before gone out in darkness Oh if you do not Inculcate Christian principle in the hearts of your child ren and you do not warn thorn ngninst evil and you do not invite them to holiness and to lio 1 nnl they wander ofT into dissipation ali int infidelity and at last make shipwreck of their immortal olllon their death bed nnd in the day of judgment they will curse you Seated by the registe- of time stove what if on the wall should come out the history of your children What a history the mortal and im mortal life of your lured ones leery parent is writing the historyof his child He is writing it composing iit into n song or turning it into a groan My mind runs back to one of the bNs of early homes Prayer like a roe f over it Peace like an ntmophcrc in it Parents j ersomItlcations of faith in trial and comfort in darkness The two pillars of that earthly home long ago crumbled to dust IIl1tshalt I ever forget that earthly lame Yes when the flower forgets the sun that warms It Yes when the mariner fur gets the star that guided him Yes when love has gone out on the hearts altar and memory has emptied its urn into for IUlllrIlSs Then home of my childhood I will forget thee time lam fly altar of a fathers importunity nnd a mothers tenderness the voice of affection the mineral of our dead father and mother with in ttllock j arms like intertwining branches of trees malting a perpetual arbor of love and H ace and kindness then 1 will forget thee then and onlyI then You know my brother that a hundred times you have bets kept out of sin by the memory of such a scene as 1 have been describing You have often had raging temptations but you know what has held you with superuaturil grasp 1 tell you a man who has had such a good home as that never gets over it and u man who has hind a bad early home serer guts over that Again remark that home is a typo of Heaven To bring us to that homo Christ left Ills home lent up and far back in the history of Heaven there came a period when its most illustrious citizen was abOUt to absent Himself Ho was not gulag to sail from bench to beach we have often done that He was not going to put out from one hemisphere to another hemisphere many of us have done that Hut lie was going to salt from world to world the spares unexplored and im mensities untravoled No trot had ever hailed Heaven and had octet hailod any other vorlri think that tho windows and the l nl Monies were thronged and that the pearly beach was crowded with those who had conic to ace Him sail out of bre yond Out and out tumid out tend on and on and on and down and down ho sped until one night with only one to meet Him He arrived lie disembarked so unpretending so quiet that itiwas not known on earth until the excite ment in the cloud pave intimation that something grand and glorious hml happened Who comes there From what port din He sail1 Why waa this the place of His destination 1 question the shepherds I question tho camel drivers I question the angels I knee found out He was nn exile Huth the worlds tens had plenty of exiles Abraham nn exile from Ur of the Chaldees John an exile from Kphesus lKoseiuslco an exile roan Po land Mazini an exile from JoUle Emmet an exile from Ireland Victor Hugo an ex le from France ICossuth an exile from Hunirary Hut this ono of whom I speak today tend such resounding farewell and canto into sich chilling reception for not even a hostler scent out with his lantern to help Him inthat lie is more to bo celebrates than any other expatriated one of earth or Heaven jI IIt is naOOOOOO miles from here to the sun all astronomers agree in saying that our solar system is only one of the small wheels of the great machin cry of the universe turning round some great center so far distant it 5 Is beyond all imagination and ealeula lion anti Ifas some thinkI that great center in the distance is Heaven Christ came far from home when lie canto here Have you ever thought of tho homesickness of Christ Some of you know what homesickness is when you have been only n few uv telcsI absent from the domestic circle Christ- ij years away from home Somo j of you feel homesickness when you art i a hundred or a thousand stiles away i WIIii I than you could calculate if nil your lira you did nothing but calculate You know what it is to be homesick even I acrid pleasurable surroundings list Christ slept in huts and He was a- thirsti anti Ho wens ahmijferod and was on the way from being Lora 1110one mans barn to lieimu tlnrIuti in another mans crave I have read how IIWUYfromgetltotnesick so I n- II uumilNIc i I I homei1sick for rest Homesick fur angelic and arehniigelie companionship Homesick to go out of the night and out of the storm and the worlds execration and1 all that homesickness suttsred to got us home INTERESTING ITEMS I TIIK stump sales at the Philadelphia post otllctf during isvirt reached SrtOOO 000 an increase of I per cent over ISOA MOVXTMS has been discovered in Alaska which is 0000 feet high and I hits the loftiest summit on this conti 0tient Tin Kiel canal is lighted over its OtJ mills U t dogesdistance eanthwr cushy in that way There arc 5WO poles Tin last census shows the indebted lies of the Inited States to be SUfili per capita llussin SW7S Italy S6 00 G teat liritain a J770 and France SI 1165II lit t unoafu amount of insurance he carries 1 is over STMMIooo The late cxar Alexander IIwas insured for uOOQO- OCIIAIIIFS MoNKcviKU is uric of tho countyGeorgia l trod stunt One morning recently it iis told after doing the usual work about the house he vent out and split A rails before noon Tin Humanitarian league of London now invites tender hearted Unions enemies of cruelty to abstain from turtle soup wiled or broiled lobster theyIwower0ntnrejo cook ACCOKPINO to the railway returns for last year 37711000 gallons of milk were brought to Paris or I final more than the volume of water in thA great reservoir of iicllcvillc which un mil three years ago exclusively supplied1i the north side of the city with drink ing water Tutu earl of Kenmare owner of that most unfortunate tract of Irish upon which the terrible bog slip r01l larJestlandI something like 80000 acres in KerryI propcrtinMKNKIKK the victorious Ncgu of Abyssinia has ordered from the Jlus sian painter Poljaow n picture to represent the battle of Audo It Iis to in terpret the idea tint St George assist cd the Abyssinians to their titterI over the Italians and is destined for a place in the Negus palace TUB farmers inn number of north perfcetcdl agree implementIi been agreed upon The leaders in tha movement disclaim the establishment of a boycott on manufacturers or deal ers nUll declare the organization is tha outgrowth of bvsiuota and financial depression t F 1 Y r I VISITED BY MGR SATOLLI llow u HuinJli Mnrkliuttr Trlost Vat Surj ri e l by tho relate On the island of Mackinaw ncnrkk where Likes Michigan surd Huron join theta are some rather pleasant surd ex ceedingly expensive summer resorts some of the prettiest scenery in thus jk continent and not muchof anything ill else A tiny lionmn Catholic church with a limited number of island par 1 ishioners however haul an experience br last summer which will be lemembercd l I I1MII the beautifulI sum llrtrlp up lakes accompanied only by hi secretary mind early one Sunday morning the steamer made a landing at the island of Mackinaw Mgr Sat 1111 sent his see rcttury to late htiw long the steamer oostld remain anil iif there j was a Itoinun Catholic church in the icinity A scant two hours Ie was told I Iuulelllt the liini and the tiny parishrchurch was punted out A carriage a- tunsi hastily called nnd the delegate andI I his secretary drove quickly away j It was time for the tlrst early morn i ing mass in time little church Perhaps UK of the parishioners had gathered for the service and were scattered among j the pews The last of the sleepy little j j iltar boys hurried in and struggled into his cassok and cotta and the i j young parish priest robed appropriate i j Iiy for the daynud service paced slow i Iy undo and forth in the testryii ait I matlilIi j thl3Ii j illil There cime t tap at the vestry door jI IItfIa j i themjj 1 simply j Mgr Satoill will soy mass here ti s morning tI The young priest could hardly I j IItIhiI a greeting In his mSt eonversationit Latin It win a terrible iioment Ills ht ehor singers would not be presj flit until sworn IIUKH There vere i cj i Mirriul1 dtiorilioii If he had Knownj thmtneongregititrthere suitht iwe liven nut the rolling i I Iril1II I in a dnzH condition The little congre gation did out even know until tulle warl who the htringf celclirant was The carriage hurried hack to the pliesI0 his chair In the vestry rubbing his eye = end wondering iif after all it hadnt been a dreufltN Y Times jI ISCHOOL OF EMBROIDERY Vlciniii Iupll + lakes ri Your lour r ur IitInut lUll The gloryof ieunn is the gn em thIluIC Mine St Oorgei perhaps the mostriiccoinptished designer and needle wom an in time world Lady MOIIHIII th wife of the llritish ambassador kindly proeurej me an iiitnxliiction to her The entire course of instruction tt Inch is suite free lasts live years but ninny pupils Itrive after two or three year especially lIndies who do not intend to make art work a profession and art at iwHfd with knowing the riuUmcnts ot either heework or art embroidery for every year has its special course 1 was inrtifiihirly struck with the happy look on the girls laces they hcemeil to lute their whole heart and soul in their wor and were much intcrestrl in dikcassioii between Mine and tlilCIIgeii iiufcelf about tin nou o np peurunce of a lint intended for the Ir r ttlLuOpitce they were working Kvcry starsCaruso hug its specialI roust und in structor and the pupils cannot goIfrom one to the outer until the year expires The Il arsIl r J IuupresJI tllatiIt An idea may he formed of the mad i n girls under Ilrilllten years already nnd she expected it would take two years tore to completeIt i irllhlliIllIriI astonishedIi nnmluty or spider web mide by the Cunnini women of Iarngnnv and rare tlr1 urea in Kurope This lace is made of the ti bet of the aloe and is so tinegthat it is made inside the huts with the dour shut so thut out the least breath of wind can touch it I was still more surprisedI when Mine St George as llodlle that till sample before me was not really Paraguayan hut copied her principal assiftant whose I iifortunntely forgot Tills lady hyiikeen equally slccessful in copying Venetian Irish Brussels lloniton in acrvery kind of lace of all cumin trcfc Contemponiry 1etiewi CulottedDew is a great respecter of certain colors oflu1jyellow green and block Impose thorn at 1111 hand you will find that the yellow will be covered with tnulsturlff and the greet will be damp teat thn red and black will be left perfectly dry Chicago Tribune y t r EEAPRUCPURE Spans tho Harlom River at Now I ItyIoniplrtliMi of tliii New York Cen B truln INiurTrneU OriMvMrUlije B unit an IIIIIIICIIMU Steel t K VIllllllOI One of the must remarkable tents o + pgiuccring on record Is just coin clltclingSewOUT one of the grandest examples of I steel1 railway construction yet accom t pushed In this use of marvelous results Ijn that direction r Go ig south nt One Hundred1 andI Fortyninth street the trucks of the New York Central Ibegin to rise gratin I ally mid nt One Hundred and Thirty Fifth street they cross the Harlem river on the new four truek steel draw I bridge nt an elevation of 24 feet above sigh tide This massive structure is rcmnrknblct In being the first fourtrack drnw = itiridge ever constructed and ia the END virw OP run NEW rvf NKW S1II TIIH AT1 MLNl iiijI II Ill 1ItTY1 11Tll ITS KIND IN VOKK Tl r of the kind In the world It is 100 feet long and tons The drawbridge is 5S feet from center to center of trusses I andis on three very trusses the and each of the two side trusvkristi clear spree of iC feet which permits the of two sets of tracks Tlie floor is corrugated and the rails arc bolted lo It on steel tie The trusses of the drawbridge span are 01 feet high in the center and 2v feet high at each ind At the highest part of these trusses IIs the which con tains two oscillating doublecylinder engines which turn the draw and can be or seprrntelyso that if one break down at any time the other can do the work Front One and street south the four new tracks over the steel to One Hull died and Tenth street and thence by tin stone to One and Sixth street where they strike the level of tilt four trock line The work of building this which is here illustrated B1D13 lilt NEW THIS September 16U3 and Ins cessation until now and will cost when considerably more than The completion of the new work will the open fag of 1111 cross streets under the und so permit II free for street tralllc One Hundred and Thirtyeighth street which has n grout thoroughfare will be entirely fret as the trains which heretofore It at will pass over it at an that will allow street cars and nil traf lIe perfect At One Hundred and street the trucks will the street 14 feet above the level of the street and at this n mag is to be from Ono Hundred and Twentyfifth to One Hundred and Twentysixth street under the trick This improvement will be to the entire statein fact to tlrf country ns the Ji high above the wnter will never have jj be opened when stcameli or with masts are to pap J throt bargesetcundertheeloedJh been de ClaretiI cnnnl the see retnr that nil tugs fe 1I their stude tlau s to them to IIlcr while it Is CIOiIrrl thebridgeetun ovst vcu nodtun In tho t0rnihs tad four anti seven in the fOlllolicc fire orgov erUttlentVensels the r ours rov the great business trnlllc In nnd out of the city the important through t11018Uhlllblll1traillstllllIIrtlngdurll1gthusI delayswhichlilinoyIng than could have been aj under the old arrangements nnd1fleeclISl OIiC OI tit plnclpal fodorsln V ravel In tills ng- portnnt this will plO au 1m one Quite a of the nat nlndoiny seen from the trains as they un5 over YORK CHNTUAIS KOLMITUAC t I L UA WMUIIV 1C OVKIt IIAltlKM IMVKJt ONi AND SUIJATKlt NKV K LAUUICST STUUCTUUK OK Ill 12 WOULD largest bridge weighs LSOO Ii inches wltlcl outside carried heavy j Between central passage double plates situated engine house worked together should Hundred Thirty eighth run viaduct viaduct Hundred present massive structure began 1 con tinued without i000UOD permit railway perfectly passage become crossed grade elevation freedom 1cross point nificent passenger station build viaduct limnenst bridge except i t vessels I having riblp hipued orders t smoke cnnblc bridge oclock sttkrnl except named crlng malnta feature number mprovc can HTUliKl being the new viaduct Among Ilhem ors tern lit s ttomb St hoftjtalI tiA till buildings of Barnardcitjre and ylarningsldoILeigh ture of the Cathedral of St John the mIvine will be observed Fartter north and on the west side of tc Harlem river the now famous spec teat Is un der construction nod ti I highbridgej dam bridge and the viaduct leading to liltIi trains pass and on the nJbt may be Keen the buildings of the lliiverslty of the Cityof New York WcUis Sailors home wad hunt cdh of otir sea build I ings of less Im artanceylortit of the Harlem riveri c in the Harlem division Is I theII gardens itr III n few years this portion of the city will offer attractions which will be UII tairpnttsud in their character by any worillIOl which Is 10 miles VlliW OK KOUUT1ACK STKKh DltAWHUIDOlC It IIAULIPU KlVlilt oVlmII completed welltJlfth extending foul j of value whole l large it joint tb Lukes grouching h ivltle liy 33 miles longcertalnly offers to Ie tourist and seeker uter knowledge or pleasure more inducement than any other American city nud few cities In lEuropeI can equal it ADIHOXDACK A Slth Hule Bail Boy What ye titlkln lout me foii to the bad place ferV Our preach er fifcys there is one butlohniy StnggS prciclicr an lots of other prcaclicrs Miyi11 there aint Uiiess they know bout us well as our preacher does Ills Mother with decision MyI son whenever preacher saysntiy thing that had buylllce to hear yon can jest make ull your mind it aint true N Y Weekly Expl11lned I Why did that rudulooUlog train boy kite the quarter 1 gave him 1 Hes uu excowboy from Texas inaum und they frequent bite the duHt out there CIcvcluDil Pin in- pialerJ t 1 More than onethird ci the people I th1q country live In citisnd nor t u tal the doctors art th too 4 I r l I il f fI IT IS ALL BOSH tAn Export ItcRlnt ARHII Tlmt Old Talk SuppljTThere blvndcrcr ul1ertExp ing stock of bur courts fry gating too lolltIon one special branch of subject the experts judgment becomes warped till his own specialty assumes undue Im portance in leis eyes Its details lire magnified and his views of other hues of thought are proportionately narrowed strikingexlttliplet science of finance A recent editorial in the Philadelphia Press affords n good instance 3hc Press prides Itself on Its keen flnanulal editorials which are written blalle of the bent Informed men lu the country on sonic phases of the question but one who buses his vcws mainly if Riot entirely on the con dition ot affairs on the various stock exchanges t- In discussing the present situation he says The capital suitingJ In hiding has bcgiin to indie Into new enterprises In November state county nail munici pal bonds sold to the amountI of 31000 000 and the New York binks xpanded their loans 05000000 Jntha sum months etc This return of capital to active use will quicken every ottu of Industry etc This is the Ktoeh brokers idea of prosperity a demand for bonus and a plentiful use of borrowed monrN Hut iij we rend on in the suns editorial we find other statements which the writer has apparentlyI overlooked his desire to he a prophet of prosperity He says Lust weekI us for a week before the general course of prices WUH downward Wheat fellI three cents a bushel recov ering a cent on Saturday Corn lost half n cent a bushel during the week Lord and purl huts fell Cotton IllstI i tll1lIlellsI pet cent in 111 weeks IIn fact theI general conr e of prices is downward Kiilroad earnings are also low for No vember and show no signs of advance as JctIlow priers and prosperity lie goes on IuIj soy that with the exception of wheat which is abnormally high owl liE to the famine in India as everyone knows there is an over supply of mill the com IIItHJit Ics iraiu cotton sugar once etc have all been piling up while the demand has tot increased in soma cises prices hare been held up by com binations of manufacturers but in such cases stiles have fallen off pro portionately Meanwhile the treasury deficit for the year is ll000liJ Thus we have a conditicn of pros peony where our national Income too small by 11000000 lo meet the illII mands upon it ami 0111 nationalI re hourccs are being lowered by a decrease in our earning power as measured by the prices UIOUrstapleCOIlntoditfesturd- rho earnings of our great railroads will factories Is nut this prosperity tthe prosperity of the spendthrift who IKI spending more than his I income and flinging each year on his capital livery mouths shows a growing blncK storm cloud of debt while hovcringaboiit like vultures after carrion are the keen ffaces of the pawnbrokers waiting Itlie end which is sure to conic This is till OIlIJ I prosperity that we can find evidence ol in the Press editorial and it comports j ho thoroughly with the expectations all bimetallists that our only otII pointment arises from the inability the writer to appreciate thc situation I he has himself described Western lInll MEXICAN PROSPERITY Hunk rallnrrx Bond INKIII mill Trust ItulilirriK Nul 11 lViiltir of II The condition of business alVnlrs 1111I Mexico is in striking contrast 10 that of this country The Mexican news pupas state that every business enter prise in that republic is prospering andI that trulllc of all kinds iis booming with large returns on jiidlci ins in vestments While the goldite journals of this country arc recognizing the sit uation here and declaring thii the peo pJi must get down to hard pan the Mexican journals are boasting of the i opportunities there for Industry mid j CllpllulIThu Mexican Herald of a recent date contains the following editorial article which will be read vith interest be cause it is Mexican testimony In regard to business conditions u as they exist in that country Ibo Herald IK published in the City of Mexico It says IllIn IntnrcHtlnt to note that just an ales leo IIs Hi rtilliiir her Olivertipped wings fur n hlKhcr lllKht Into tho upper air of n liialtliy prosperity grunt American jour I pals 1110 tellbiK thulr renders that the i Lnltcil Htntoti IIn no longer u virgin country of viuit and uncxplnltcd resources and that the American people must now beitln to reckon with the condltlona that surround j older civilizations Hero Is thu philo sophic HprliiKlluhl Itcpuullciin which hOilii KO over Its hattluhcut acquired In trying i lei elect llnmma coinblniitloii nayliiK Already the returns lo he expected subs liHTHtimntrt are proachliiK the Iflomjj t Huh level and we can never hopo them tn the rules of IntvMHt that once pr relied here Wo arc experiencing lots orI trotibln In tlio slow procoim of settling down to thin tiny of ainallvr thltiK and It IIf tbno for people to begin to excreta a phlosopho spirit In dcallni with the situ iitlon Tho acceptance of the Inevitable j ways begets a certain degree of culniniiiI of mind tj The Republican should fold Its j itring Its IntollecUtal outtlt to lenlandII we uru looking for the days of greater things wo have bigger banks than any 11 the iUnltod States wo have mare hopeful pio errs of industry our great capitalists IUIdltheYI tp r IF I t f fil 14 JP m t ulllttnliterLlmnntourtort that he abandons nom of tho eco nomlca needed in our day of smaller things Irrnldom Dlaxs umplo brain is teeming with protrcnalvo ideas and ho IIs letting thenout dally You can rot good Interest on your money here and tho trusts and combines of tho United States have not lilt crossed tho border with shun tooth set IIUo n puck of hungry wolves eager to fat tell on Mexican prosperity Mexico stands u great big luminous solid silver example of sound eovcniRicjit sound Ijhlllaid confirms the statements made In the letters the Illinois State Register coucllpolllhmtI fairs as they exist In our slater republic Lcyond thu Rio Jrande M Is very lIII lit nt that tree silver is not hurting business there There nrc no bank allures no bond issues no trust robberies but business Lea arc de voting their time and money to legiti mute business cnterpriscb with profit able results THE WAY IT STANDS Attitude of Kiiro In Iticnnl III I11b IlnhliiK liltnrnitlloiiiil IIIuttiiiI lit A great deal hits beep sold and writ ton about international bimetallism since Senator Wolcott called upon Mrl McKlnleyI 1 I nnd was assured by the pres iJentelcet that his administration Willi IIItill Its utmost tit further thu those of silver coinage by tthe commci cial nations but the following from the Denver Times makesI the best analysis ol the situation vve hive scon and it Is well worth a careful perusal The Times says It is worth while tit stale the ex net condition of bimetallic prospects In the countries with which the Interna tional negotiations will have to be pioscciited Since I str when the last bi metallic conference was held t thccr man leichstag has adopted resolution favorable to a renewal of Ithe confer ence so also hits tin French chamber of deputies The Mellnu ministry IIs favorable to the double ntnnilimlI So also are Messrs Balfour and Chaplin two In ilwiitlal memberti of the Salisbury iiilnistry in Kngluml Cut while the ficnnnii relehstng fcems thus to stand favorable the ier man chancellor after numths of nego tiation with Jrcnt lirhaln hills diuimiitnl that the blmetallistH of hum country are right in holding that the reopening the Indian mints to the free coinage of silver must be a condition precedent to any International action In favor of the lute metal but that there IH little prospect thai treat Britain wilt eon snot to This mace Ablu while 1IIIIItI rutty be will to be willing to further hi metallic negotiations the ministry ol that country refuses to take a step without I the cooperation of Ciermany ilrent Britain on the other hand states that wiille it is willing to consider the proposition to reopen the mints It will not proceed to such a limit without ntY international concert In behalf of hi mctnlllMii that concert to take tint form of an internationalI bimetallic league A late declaration of Sir Michael HicksBeach Is tthe authority fur the attitude of Great IllMain IIlhu IIt willI I be perceived hat IIs willing If Germany is vllltng and icrmauy isI willingI If rent llrltaln will reopen the mints of India to the free coinige of silver andI ireat Britain will reopen the mints If both lrancc nnd iermany will see to It that a bi metallic lengiio between the three na onus is formiM Heyond this situation there Is absolutely no hope fur 1111 in ternational agreement Hut U may be said in Senator Wolcotts behalf that here In no reason why diplomacy should not accomplish a union between three nations flay one of which Is will ing provided the others are willing The United States hiss not been con sidered very actively In tho negotia tions between till 1 lIropt1II lpowers but if through the committee Riot existing in Washington this country should tike the initiative and ladle the I tiiiropiiin nations to confer with It it is nut Impossible that satisfactory results may be wrought LIKE A CONGESTIvF CHILL Sriirclly IIr Money oayuIrnd lo Tlint III A IIIIHOII from the ltullr i ln Thirtyfour railroads representing a capitallation of 275000000 went bankrupt during 1895 Iced passed into the hand of receivers Was it n low tnritl mind the Importa thou of foreign goods which led to tills result I Or was it the financial strin gency The railroad recognizes no tariff It handles either foreign or domcHtlc goods on equal terms Importation from abroad would mean that the rail roads would do their share of the dis tributing No the tariff cannot be held respon sible for the railroad failures of 1800 lint when the people have no money they neither travel nor buy goods Consequently dull times affect the milt roads severely With more money the rillroads would have largely Increased both passenger und freight receipts- A congestive chill may not be quite lib dangerous nn the pneumonln but It is very uncomfortable And the sear cityof money Is till congestive chill which is shaking business In every dl reckon petit causing wnnt mltcry suit woe Philadelphia Item rIIdollars you thatIi I f f li fl f 1J i J V i MIy Jlr Iii Jii J A LITTLE NONSENSE Wbitt Is wit asked Lot Chat hahi A good thing well applied just M It you gave mq tho living of feII- Ueda sound divine A mnn recently drank n pint of yeuiHt In mistake for n pint of butter mill He roie throe hours earlier than ustujl next luornlng VltllIts ti w J ilie Husband during the quutrelf Y Souixi always omking bargnini 1Vaiitthere ocr a timo vhcn you didnt V Pile Wlfe 4 Yc8 lron wy wedding duTItUlt y Stage Nc11spld you know that Henry loving had sprained one of his knees Yes now ho will have to make gestures with his nrmltChlclIgu llecord Prisoner tit the bur sold his lord ship solemnly hiivin doniod theblack Clip you will shortly have to tlllcnr- hefore another unitperhnpsl better judge Household oe- dsho your mean to say that your daughter hasnt told you that who Will engaged to me No I told her not to bother me with those alTalrs unices the Intended to get nuurIC1Life Another luIIIIIt you think It would encourage men If they could rendI their obituaries while they mire alive No they would gets con ceited that we couldnt live with theta Chicago Kccord Hes a very Interesting young liiireuahI1dtheehlerlygeolleutuovery to the rising gencralon I shouldnt have dreamed replied Miss Cayenne lucked No lrom his manner 1 should not Have lie 11ttitr1 about con cluding that the rising generation be longed to hint Washington Stnt tlullvvelIIhl you see much differ ence in Devllle since his conversion 1 IttllllOh yes n grunt dilVcrcnco When he kicks out a tenant now he tells him how sorry he U In be obliged In disturb him he IusedI to be quite rough in his manner lllhnIIlIl1t he kicks him out just tilt same 1 sup pose Kit toilUieotire you cant expect a mint to carry IU tellglou KU fill as to let it Interfere with hi1 Muse RieHSIBostonI l I tl col lit SOLD BY THE MILLION Hlmn E3iits Mil mi furl iirml by Miulilnri ul ii Iliiplil Until There lire many things that mire sold by the gross and not a few that are sold by the thousand but there ale nut many that pre soul by the million Amohu the things that arc MI Mild however 5 art shut eyelets Shoe eyelets are intidc of brass by ma chiles whose o pI Ill i 1111 isiilmostI entire Ily automatic Three or four nincliln 1 are requiredI tto produce the eyelet In th41 form In which It Is sold the brass belnfl fed into the first machine In thin j lint strips As wild lo the hl oc manu i fact IIiI the eyelet Is turned down nt one end onlyI The eyelet look as much its anything like MI many little hat with narrow brims 11111 without arj tops In the crowns The upper end o thin crown which is like the end of J little cylinder Is put through the eyelet link In the shoe the finished brim of flange of I the eyelet resting against thr leather upon the outside After tin iyelel hUll been tlnik put In place its III llI lllil is uorue11 down upnn tllt Ienthtl 6 by a iiiaciilnc made for that purpose In the manufacture of the eyelets a number of very slight vertical rodents tions are made equal distances apnrt In the outside of th eyelet around the hiuooth straight end Vhei the shine machine Miiashes down the moor sldti of the eyelet tile metal parts at thcni Indentations and in sprend uniformly1 thus giving IlII secure hold 1 Eyelets are made of various sites III dinette and of various lengths nf shank or cylinder according to the thickness of the material with which they are to be umd and iftcr they lull from the machines they are tin ished in great varietyt Koiucnrc finished white these the silverplated Shine are gilt finished and home are coppered Kyclets are japanned In black or in various shades of russet theyunr In filet in any slc and of any color that may be desired Sooner or later the japanning wears oft exposing tho brass There fire now made shot eyelets thatI arc covered with celluloid which lkeeu their c lorbul thcsoaro mnreexpenslvo1 than till kinds commonly tided Shoe eyelets mire packed in boxes con tainingI 1000 10000 100000 250000 nnd 500000 each Kyelctn of thu kind most commonly used are Sold accord lug to sizes midI styles nt pricey ranging from 00 to 113 n million Home of tin celluloidcovered eyelets tell fur n4 much as 500 II million The kith of sloe eyelets depends of courxc Homcwhit upon th prevailing style of sloe When button sloes nn more generally worn not HO ninny shoe eyelets are sold but the number sold is- illwnysI very large Eyelets are mode for n wide variety of uses up to the groat eyelets that are sewed into the corners of the nails through which the sell Is landed to tend of the boom or yard Taking Ji bj nit together the number lIs enoj Of shoe eyelets alone there ntf this country some thonfinndi jnniiiilly N Y SuniI 110111 Are fnft + It was thu belief o1 nearly all lloliH we n lItthed them v Jcalrwl t1 onyx ter A GllBAT STKUCTUUK I Bpiuin tho llmlom Rlvor ut Now j York i Ity IIIt Iii of IhP Now V urk tJo IrulnI rIriiL lri tiridgu mill nil limiUMmtt MtM l- Vliidnol One ut the mutt rcmiirUablo featt s nt- iikUHcilti l on record IU JUIII com ijclcd mid the pauMtiKcr cntorlnir low York from tho north now rldcn over oto of the KrmidoNl oxmnplcN ut lUcl railwayI I conotrnollon yd tiecoin- iillkhilI In Ihipi ajjc of marvcloiik ICNUNj- ijit tlit direction do i gotith al Ono Hundred mnl joiiy ninth Mrcvt the tiuekut tho JCew Vorl enlral bejln tu rKi indii Illy mid at Ono Hundred unit Thirty Fifthi utreet they cros ttho Illmlcmt rlvor on tho now fourtraolI ktoel draw LIIIIJ lit all tIUit t tutu of I Cci uhllC lllJh t itk j I ThiMi iinmRlvv it rut u ri IIN loinnrKitlilo In biirjj tho llrni fotirlrnoU ilrnw brIIIgt ovor ooiiHtrnoioil nml IU till JSi or MV CKNTUAIM NKV rotit TIIA- CIKAWIIUIIIIK WIICICI I IMIC IIAUIKM lilli Iltl 101I IIIIltIAND TIIIUTY 1MKTII NTKKICI I tlltUATKIt NllXV TlK IAIUIKHr llIUl I I UK1 I TJII IvINIi IIN Till1 I I I I I laij1st tiIIIi of Iho htn1 III Ih world It Ito ltO tl11 IUlllf niiu elgI DO ton ThcdniIndgt I Ii4 ft d Iiiti lih- fIini ICItI9 IIIlIhI tfiititslIi tbNst- iiu I 11111 led on Iita iy honvy tIiIIph 111 viell t1111I tt9tlII lltl onoh Of till tWOhllll I 111IM IIIIV 111 IIf 5U fool whlih jflI1IIM I1111 IJ IIr- WII ttI iifIIIUIh tsllM lh Iur II- pliii IgIIIIiitiit tho 11111111111 I IIl1lhII t11 It on nln1 lio plntoH Tin tisppt IIr Ih Irii w lirlilm Npnn flits in fiol In tin rrilcr ami 1A foot highut onoh ml 41 titi IlgIht plllt III tlllXO llIIHHOH IN MltuiUil tho onihio IIOIIHO whloh ron tiiiiix two iioolllilitiK ilonlilooylltiilor itiiiie wlinh turn Iho ilruw nml omi ho iil oil toyiMhiM in uopiiriiloly no hut It ono nhonhl hrouK ilown III tiny liinr the otliifI osiiulo tho woili Krotn duo llninlroil nml Thirty cwhlh tLt 1IIIIIh Ih i four now tiritoit 11111 1111 Ihis ptsI lollh1 hi I1IRP 111111- clI iiIitiiIl Tonthl ulroott nml thonoo liy luIl IIIII uiIIIIt to Ono III ninroi 1 uni HlMh kited where they Mrilo ItheI level of tthe prohont fonrlrneli line The of hulldlni i his uiupIt Mruclnrc which IIN hrrn IllustratedI viuxvI NKU 1ItIIIIIik oVlm iIItIIt biifttti I lf vm 11111 5n tlnnoil without oonaallonI until mnl vlll ooKt whon ooiihlilornlily inure Omit ltiii0o Tlio oomphtlon of the now worlc will pormll iho upon IlIltI of oniNN fclroolH nnilor tho mull xvny nml no pormlt pirfootlyI froo iiiN niw for m root trnlllo Ono HnmlnMl nml Thlrlyoljfhl Ii- t whloh hat Inonmo uroitt t limit uiiKlifiirv will Lie ontlioly froo IIM IIho tnil tin which horotofoio orokioil IU at jrmlo will pain ovor It nt mi olovatlon llnil will allow hit root onrnmnl tint flu porfoot frooilom At Ono IllnmlI mimi nml Twentyfifth Hlrorl Iho lrnol will croM tho utrool II font nliovn tho Ilovol nt tho klroct nml at I point uimimg nllleontI pn nenKer JlIIIIIIIIIl lo lio builtI s XII 11I1I1I1f frumn IllnmliodI am TweniyMlflh iIII Ono IllninlroilI nm JVentyklxlhI ulroot nmlcr tlu foniI tritwU vltulncl- Thlh itnprovoinont will hoof Ittunonr- vnlno to time onllro stuitiln fuel to II i wholo t ryn tlio hrhluo bclntf I i high nlnno the wnlor will novor IIIIVP opened cxoopt vhon lnrK trntnc or vcuneIU with URa t toI 4LL IA1 tllr ii vann tqtJs btrt1I uttdult ckNlIIJh+ rlllwlllir been du cIvt 4 4IbII euiiL tilt IrQ MMtIIII I lnfttllcII thtiuiIf I ttitrkIgothIIllurr 1 inoriilnJPt fotirV aiit iten In tho uftiriH0 uxoopt foi poiico lire orjov rriiimitfviHia lN t hr Nour nmneil oov crlnj lite jjrtitl tiiiKiticV irnlllo In nnii hrolllhIt t 1111Jlllhlllhll t duhigtt i 11 lnv which hitvcl liron nt tlmorfv vorv nniioyI 111111111111 It of miioh fiioV orvlco UIIItrtt t 111IIi t 1 IIi- I liU ltgr I Ithlll cIIIII tU 1111 1111 Iun I t l miovp 1111111 plllllIlIlIIi u UlIII ho I u I 1 PIM U I viiv Ill vouu J I CiVlllt AT1 YUHK U I CllUU l UKIOI1 It hlfjh I t work II I nlroolt u I a 0 the Iillil4ti IIUIIII IIliaUIIIIII lomh I lnKoH In IIIt- ini miv hlilltllllllll ufl IMrnurd III nidI I olumbla eullcKe iiII IIiIiIit iiiIp1011 IhIIIIIII nit no 11I1r iilhedrnl of HIlIhlllh u1j vine will be obionoilI lnriM mrhand on tuu I 111111111 t ti1Itho now famoiiN Npeeixvllv IIM 1111- dor coitkirneilon it liiihI1t1tiI II r ftiiIiipIil InhIIIItlII hlhlI viiIiuiigtiii hlilllol MtlhlII dam brlil o nml Itin i Induct leiuliiiff to It from tlie north uro iiiIjf nit 1114 well UN of J1I1 utility nmlir which i- ho trnlliN pan iiittI on Ithe tljrvt may bo 10111I I Iii ItiitIiliuigiii i Iii t1I It lit tho City of Now York VoUi SnllorM 1101111111111 hlill MHI of olVr Imllil- iijmicoItliti ut IIe liii North of thn- IliiiIiuu rhor u ullio llnrlom tllvUhinlx I Ihlllfnlll4IiflhItl 11 I iir i W with i Iii in hl ytiirn tikhI portion of Iho olty u III ollor ailrnntloni whloh will I ho on j iitifpiiMMMl In Ihjlr ohnruolor nny I flrILII Wki whloli IU It mil nil mt or mi lItII 1I11IIIIIII1 I 1111i 1111 I III Septiinlior i4111 now ootnploioil nil nil hU Oll colt 1 lie nro pn ml 1111 new HI tho Inn tho nrw hy du fi iy ai3 mllcN hmimgrtumhmmiy olTort to I III1ill 111111IIIIIrI uuuuiiuigui in pliiiNiiro IIKII it ImliGiunciiU Ilimn nny ithof Ainorlomi oIly ml few oltlo lit- liiuiluCI nun onmil It I ttOhLIC t A Memfi KtU- IhImII I Hoy What yo tijUInI bont mo Ioltf III I lio bad plaoo for Our preach er 11111 I hero IN ono biilJ hnny SliiK liiiiiclicr an loin utol or prcaoiierN IIX there nlnl tliienn they Know buti UN vo hl UN our prcixlmr dork LU Mother with deolilin MyI MIII v jonexcr n proitelierkiiyniivlhliiKihalI lull boyi tllic henryouiin JON tniiKn Ilt your tiling ill aint inc N Y Vkly II- i ilninrii j Vliy did tHint rmlolooUliirI tltains boy hjto iho ipinrterI I J1Id him I jloM tin oxcowboy hjsn TOXII- MiMtum I Unit they frctpionlll blln tho- ma out h IItIItIII1 Pliiltt I 1f1 fUjllunI I I I I 1 Lttl1i tho doctor nro tbcw too lI t I LJAi IT IS ALL BOSH An MEtImmrtlTIut Ohl Tain toittljrThereI bUitdercr XIeIlLteitI I Injr tock ot our conrtu Ity unxlni too subjeetIiu tuuii1II I ill IIICIIofItlhtutijhitl me proportlomtloly limit tetlNmvhcto do wo bid u moro utrlhlni exnuTpIo of thlM truth thttn In tho HI icneoof llnmicc A recent cdltorlul in the Philadelphia Pren ntfiMxU n jHHII IliiKtillico gh PrcM prided ltnpif on UK keen IInmtiihutI odllorlulH whloh nro writtenI hulIlI of I him bent Informed men In thin country on MOIIIO phitiiCM of tho quoHtlon hut ono who IIUNCM hill vcwij mitlnly if not entirelyI on the con 111 Ilimo ol it tilt himu on I ho urloitH htiukl cXiittmiguut IIn tlNmkNji tho pronenl lilt Iium I limit ho Mtyn Tho utImht oho lonj In huh lug IIIIH bcjjiin lo inivo Into now ontorprho IIn Nbvontbor tulo county mid innniei pul bomlM MiM tto thoutnotinl of filcutit 000 ittiil tho New utml bitiiKh Mxpnndod I their l iIN 0W0000 hi tho MUUJ month do Thin return of capilnl to nollvo tio will iUlclcn rery Joint ol Iniliiklty elo Thin IIN thoI htoolt broKeit Idou of proiprrlty II domnnd for bonds mid u plentiful tine of borrowed mom I lltil it wo lead on In the Mime iilllorlnl wo llml other KtiilomentM whloh ttin writer IIIIN itppatciillyI i overlooUed in hlsilomio to h ho a prophet of prosperity 1 II 1 mi i 4 l Iat wceU UN for a wool lit tour tho IIlInlIItmimi mum iii Immites WUIIo 1111 1111111 VVIuiil tell IIhico conlfc II bimhol teoov emitf II cent on Sitinrdiiy torn ION half n com n luiHlioi diirlntt Ith wool I Laid and porli both fell Cotion loot m olilli of II cent n pound etcI do lIhlllII imuivi flllllulII1I1I1I1IUIIhlUI11I per cent III two weoKn IIn fact I Ito KiMHMil oouroo III prleoN h downwittil KillriHid oarntiiKH mo ulo low for No MMiibor and hlmw no NMH of ndvnneo Li- p1thtmg 111 IIIIIIUIIIII 1111I Ii iuiiuiimiumly ot tow price mnl pniMperlly 1111JJOCN on lo nny I lint with IIho cNceplion of vheul whloh ulnionmillv IdKhiOwltifi lo the fmnlno III I India iik every ono It DOWN there IN an over Ntipply mit nil the com modllloh tiriiln cotton njar colVce do hao nil been pllltiK imptwlillo tiui deinnnd luu mil Ineremied n NOIIIO ci ho prlccM htiio been held tipl by com blnalloim of mantifadnreiN lint In Niieh CIINON Mtloii hao fallen ttIV pro portionately Meanwhile I Iho I reunify dollclt rill the your IIH I110iiiimi- ThtiM wo Inivo II eondilliii of pro perlly whoro our hut hummiltI I Ineoino III lou siumnll Ih 1111111111111111111 t lit Iho niiuiiU upon II and our nnlVtnil to 111fI Ill JlIIlIf lImit stoimlu vuitumiotlhl los ummiti- I ho tuiiimhmms of UIII 1111111111111111111111111 laelorlON IN not IKiln proNpcrlly IIhc pronR rlty1 of the hpemllhrlft who IN Npcmlln more tthan IsIs Incomn mid In filijhiH ench muim tom his tumhmlInl lIvory moutliM hliown u rowing lilniil utorm cloud of debt while hovciliicnbnul Itlo v nil tilts nftorcnrrlonnro I IIl1lwlli IUCON Ill tho piiwnhroKctN wnHltiff IIho end1 liimli IIs illim 111111111 lhmIs Is I iiu um- iiI1im5lmmt t limit uuuii thuuilm IIhIII iii1 III IIho iiisut milhtumilumlutimal it utiuIiImtItPm Sum IImmuiumiihiI Ith I him mlmltthumi hums ot1 nil blmdalllNlN I huh our inly ilUnp polnlment arUeit from Ithe inability ol the wnler to tipprooliilo IHie Nilnatlon ho hiiN liinikclf ilrmn Iliril eatmrut- IiiiuI MUXICAN IMIOSIMIUITY Illlllll I ill I II lio Illlllll iimi IlllllI I 111- 1lliililir Sol u ri iilinii of II The condition ol biiMiickN nlhiltN In MCMCO IU in nil lUlnjf conltuMt to t hut of IHUH connlry Tho Mexican new papeiN Nlaio I that ovory Ini IIOM onlor pilxo In ithat Iicpnbllo IN ittisimiiIig ami Ithai Itrnllle of nil IdmU iIs huomlnit with laitie iilulls on Jinlloi HIH In ehlmenlN Whllo Iho ijuMltu oiirmilH of this country mo rcoounlxliiK IIho III nut Ion hero nml doolniliiK I11111 the poo pif miiNt yd down Ito hind pan tho McMcan Joiirnalh nro bothiiiiK of Iho1 oppoi innitlcN t IIITO lor imliihlry nml iuilihIuilI I Tho Mexlenn Illcrnhl of II Hconl lute momituiiuiu I hi Immhhmsit IIIIIIIIIIIIIIlh- IIhhh will ho road wjllh InloroNl Ih- mmuiiisi It IIs hmxliumpi list humummimy In nUIlIlI lii IIIIIIIIII thtitillthuII4 mis I11111 oxlul in I hut 111111111 liimm I hmrumhml IIs jlllhllIwlI III t lit Ity uC ulllIohll IIII tiyutt IIIItllI I hiiililiy IiimIuiiIIiIIYi in iil IiuiiIitui Jmiiui nnli urn tcllliiH ilmlr itiimliiim Hint thir tmihltl tilnl IIm ito hmmimsir Irghm oiItmti IC 11111 nllllllllIIIII1 imNiiiitN unmI ihimm- Iliii Alllillrllll iiliin Illllnt now lir- ilton In I with itllIl fiiiiilllliiiiN Unit miirounil uhll1r cIhiiLimIItmIu IlllIO IIk hum Illllll viiililmi liihiiguIiIl Itiimlilliiiii widenI huKU ovor UK lintllnlieiil neiinlriil la trylin In Ihrl llntiiiaN conililiiittliin mtylnt Atrcinly thu rittlriiN III tin 111 fiiiin xiifo 11IIIIIIIiIlnlll iiipniiulilii that 1 ICiti- tIhh Ivvrl mill wo IIMII nuvrr luii in lIft ttimiui 111111 lairs 11111111111 tinti mimmue lit Villril hern Wit urn t irinnrlliK lulu IIfI iruiihln In tIn ndiw proiopm of m ttllnt ilown to Ithin iliy of miiallur thliiK mnl It iU I limit fur imiin to hrulii to rxiToUf n iinnmiili 1ltll In itunllnu with till illn atlnn Tim nr iitiuieo of Iho imivlbilihi III wayn liiHoU II uillnln ilcutuo of cii huh is of nilinl The Itiiuihll tin oliuiilil foul Its bruit mnl j rlnw UN liilelhClilnl ontni lit Mnxlou IHunt wn IIU looKlnir lur Ihn ilnyn nf urrulcr tiiliiMM wo Imvo hluuT ImnKM tlmn nny in llm tnltrd 1 Hinti i MII Inivo morn hoimfiil i lilinmrro of liuliintry onr grout onitiilUl 1111111tlJIII foJ J 0 rII tllI1hllItQIltNhtstetoristiullrthtiiuaI tueiivlKK with lroressIvo liteM mnl ho I KOod11lraiul coinhlun of Urn VnlltHl Hlnlen ImVv not Ml crowed hum i bonier with stimuli truth sot like n imuk lie hnncry olvo wuvr to tlt V ivn on Mvxlenu lirotixrlly t- Moxku MtniuU H 1111I11f titttduout olll sIivrrix9mnplo uf 0niul oY1t111t01111 outul tinutiuv Kiitj aunil tnotuiy v i tThis urtlclu frtilu the MoxlonnllcK aid conllrnu tho Mtulomont nmdo Ilit ltitlMtelhitsIlion Thonnu Cooper who h ItuirofullyI InvcktlKittintr thu nctuttl condition of uf nlik M tin eUt In our hlt ler tcpnhllo beyond I lliu Uh Urundo IMt IU vory ovl ill lit that frco kllvof1IIN not hnrtlntI iutlnttHri there TheIM itru DO Vmitk lullnrcI no bond Untie no mint IlobberleMI lint hithinoMN tten nrft tim votlniI their tlmo mid money to Icjclll iimtn hiiMlncNH cntcrpiUch with prollt ohio tOkllltM THE WY IT STANDS Alt it litti uf litrtiifi In IliKMVil III IMiili- lUllllIK lllttHIKllllllltl I Ill miimI uttikuuu- s h1tPut titnl hllll hteu sutiut numi mlt ton itliotit InlcrnulKnnil hlniditlllMn id nee Sonulor YVolcolt I culled upon Mr tit h I umlty uiul t nut uiutuiituti by the pills I lenloloot thai his iidmlnlNliatlon would do Its utmost to further the mili5t of lhI ttiulgt hmy h ho tmtuuiiumt- iliii iiflt huts imuti IIIlit tumihmIiuuI rll1II III Dniivor IIIIIPs uumnIm t Ilut IlIt iituimhyiuism- u I Ilit sIt mmitlmut i limit m 11111111 itIIIs tvtIluuut Ii it tmmt fill poriihitl Ihutm hubs 1114 1ItI la 0 III11t 1111 lii 11111111t Hi oimmiullt ion of bimetallic hmiimutltmuta III ItllII I1IIhlI ttthi t hmlmiu liii hiituuiin- Illomil lllpllllltllIIN Will llHVO tO Iu ImuiutttuutmtI P4huioul ttiliuuu t lit lust hi mot it lilt iMinforoooo wo lulil ItIIii lor mint I itlrliNaif limuu adopted mosoitul hum ftiMinililtt to n renewal of I liv confer oico MO uUo hits Itlio IYonoh diainbor j of lloputlc The Mollmi mlnlMlry IIN favomhlu lo I ho iloulilo imidard 80 nldo nio MIMMIH Put Ifnn r uiul Chaplin two In llmiitlal members of tho tinllidniry I IlItflllllII I Ionium tmlmliutInir- mlmluip thus 111111111111 rmmimumuilmIim tlimm hoi Illllll 1111111111 itflor 1II11111h lit iimiimu 1111111111 with iimii luItuihiu1lmus ilitolm ml IIhlll IIIiui lmiituotuuiliumts ut his moumit ty moo ubMiut lii Imuitmihiug timith I11111 rouujmtiuuhii lit IIho Iliiilltin butts to Iho fcov oolnuuo ol hllvor tniikt Ibo n 1111111 lUll pcoooilonl to iinv liiliriuitlonul itollon IIn fiivoruf Iho whllo inolul lint thill IIhoro IIN lltlloI priupoct thul tltviit llrlliiln will oon t I t 111111111IIIIIII I nioiulllo notfolliillonI IIIho tnlnlmlrv ol thut ionntrv IOII ON to tnKo n NOI without IIho toopcnilioii of Oonniinv iliouit ItiItumhuu out thit uitiioi tiniuilshutims I hut Willlll It Is o lhluig tub mmmuishuhu till Irnhmmmsht Immui to iitiiuiit I1111 iuuhuits It will mil proiieeil III MINI u limn without mi hitorniillonal concert III behalf of hiI II mtilnlllMii I hut concert lo Hike IIho form nf mi inloriintlonal blinolallle lenjfiio A Ittlo declaration of HU Mioliaol lllchMllcach IU I Ilie milhorlly lou tIn itttllndoof Ireat llrlliiln ThttM If1 will he perceived that thlhmgII I 11111111II I froo colnniro of sIimi imlOival Hi llaln Will reopen Itho 1111111 N If both IVitnco mid lorinany illsmmt lo II that u hi molnlllo loitiftm lmml tuuouu tIhoI Ithrew mi tImuuuiu Is fmuriitii ltmmtiimI I this Nllnatloni tliIII IIH nlisolntolv un hopo for mi In 11111111111111111111111111 limit It miiiuy hI iiiilil III Hoimtor WoholIM liohulf I hilt Miofo IN no roiiNon why olplonuioy humuiilui hut utlmtIuihlISlt it iinimui 1 iit WIIII tlii co mOlt huuiis uny one of which IIN will hijf provided IIho other mo willing The IUnited HlaloN humus not been con kldered vory ncllvely In ttho ncifnllif IUIIIIN between IIho 1 ICiiropivin powers hilt If Ithrough Ithe comndtico now ex Utliitf In Winhlnulon Ithis country ttlionlil inlio tin Inlllatlvo and hullI ho Iiiuiuiiiul 11111I hmuuu to 1l1If wllI Ii It IIU U lint llllpONMllllO Illlll NIlllNfllolOIJ- roHiilU nmv Ilio wnniitlit I UIKII A ooNaiisrivn CHILL Niiiritl itf Mniii iiiiiimrcil lo Iliul III lm tiuiii HIP tlMllruiti- UThirtyfouri rallroaiU roproi onllnI I If II- onpllnlUatlon of ja71OOi tHi wtinl huiKrnpl ilnrlnir IHUH ami 1pukkoil Inlu iho hamlii of 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country koine IIhoiixmuUof tnnmillyI V Y Htm lilinu Aro l iflllniiili il I Itt win till bollof of hivin niiirly nil llolin t unit llet HIM rtiilidiodi thnn olomdy niUj torclhFtrUot II Home inyn 1uImtt thi bill mw tlr hiH y I i I aAt soft tilen nuts w u i i jury for Hwearing in a bail case tuattJje owned n 100 lot when it was foun Vtjjjit tho lot was in a ctmetcrybe byTheton near Mnrtinsburg fell into a I of boiling soup and was literally ck1tlOI before it could bo rescued In the examining trial of Henry oJ Frazier for shooting Eli Ion in Whitley and r county mention of whichI I WIt madeI last week Frazier was held for murderth Mark JonningJ who shot and danger ously wounded Geo Mceks at Uryants rifle a short timo since has been ad a judged insane and sent to the asylum The of Every county prisoner in tho Campbell a county jail will be put to work on the I roadaHH soon as tho weather permits TIio sumo thing should bo done in this Iruri J I Ie The Somerset Reporter given a quarter- of a column mention of tho lentil of a valuable citizen but in nonce way forgot a t to tell who tho citizen was Stanford J0l1rnll1lilt1x At Mar ns Gnp near Ilopkinsville t tKvt Hlcr was shot and mortally I i11r tyJrd rv Alonzo Stokes during a Hey rtfftlt1l n store where Stokes was I j fi4Sit i i f i I JxVtI Judge Mike Thornton of der i Milt was found dead in tho jail it ViH UAJ where ho was confined for y 4 a Olonlu f vnduct Death resulted from l hIt + tlirc- l wn Uyd and son Mandcville were tvfiyJmd AI1118hot down by Amos Riggs E h un they t ere crossing tho farm on which ityj ik 1tjgs11t H near Maysville on their way I t scale to Illuier ut elIth bytiVwiB lhimself in front of 4 ittz MW nor Morohead No cause iis to Unuvn r1fhr net and ho had made I J r three provi tit 1ttcmptRhf ttrS V I uu Jtt ttlun Inmate of the Eastern If insane nnyUun and principal witness flrjainfic Arthur Platt who was brough- hock from England charged with tin- untrtler of iteTyrce is dead The coal oporators in the cannel coalfields 1 1and of Johnson county will soon put- T a i largo force of men to wlrkThe branch of tho Ohio anti Big Sandy railroad 1 been completed to tho mines I IlIncli and bad health prompted lutes of the Pciistlcks neighbor i hood Bath county to attempt suicide i by the morphine route Prompt work Hared tho mans life This Is Oaten sec i 1oud effort to end his life J In giving nn account of tho recent hanging at Newport the Richmond De- I ister puts it thustiThe firm of TacboJlI l nndWnlling doingbusinessinKentucky t i has been dissolved both parties retiring the sheriff closed them out i11 RovJ W Maddox pastor of the I Wtlnlmil toW Christian church announ II ccd that if the people could not como to church to hear him preach ho could go- in thorn and accordingly held services In the courthouse yard to a large crowdt Henry Grates a negro aged 22 years left High Bridgo on the train fur Lex t ington His body was found under tho wheels horribly mangled Lie was oami kk the baggage car and attempted to fet offI i q Kbftoie the ttala topped Ills wmaiM were btppeatoDAvl1lo t 1la t Ataexlmgtol seventeen Nationi at am bled as tbejheadqu- Netioutti i iC Delroetetio Perf 4 r i t tI 1I rJ t q jtot t i 1TjI f 1 c 8i ryj w i bt lilof tr t 5 II fakeci perate J I ifrills Small InII rhoAlone man I tfs I illsa Sarsaparllla c 1 ini 3 wait until- legislature uinged 73 f fr to TM and k- 10CIli LIon ofl total IR since theII I i stricken two half which brought ttI I urtiB i nown aa Iud I jnt19 i Powell last tiv taB n V ig Democrat bIlrlI ur ialho test was tit joflin should ntnby n Dcrnrn rlis grave dgD- cjiocratrta Democrat thai show JJij as pall bearers am tint Vip iftouldt buried in the Pigjj Krw lrtlwit j HIIIC but Dumo rntt lilv fiiacliest i Democrat I r 1M1R3 yrlib11r14 j i unquestionably the ouf it tear her iin e whole country ho couted1 lallt June from the klnrl l schoolt Miss Florence Hoodut I tf i Jtdy tn ployed her to assist in en irq Wes sent little school teiidic i n six year II age but jlie is an v t is she iini beautiful and her ape n + on they streets always exi ten r ig com manta She has naultl n plcxion golden hair i rd in eyes of- avens own blue rich Climax HOW TO I Wj C c Fill a bottle or com on git it urine let it stand twen tour IIi n ji1 or settling it it ates 11 vM edtI condition of the kid yt j ifjnui stains linen it is posit idc f id trouble Too tfr local tjiuitfi I urinate or pain in the iick ii111it on wincing proof that the ducys Ira find are out of orders WHAT Tli O v There is comfort in ti knowlt tbo often expressed that Dr Kilnor Svajp Root the great kidntv remedy felt lit every wish in relieving pain in the ba3c I kidneys liver bladder tad every Iutfii the urinary passages It c riccta iunbV 2 to hold urine and acalling pain Mt passing it or bad effects following userf t liquor wino or beer and ovircomcs lint- npleasant necessity of being compelled nighaJ urinate The mild nUll the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is coon real It stands the high it tar its wonderful cures of the most tit1 stroking cases you need n medicine you should havei fiftytcents and one dollar For a sample hot tle and pamphlet both sent free by mailI mention TUB HAZEl GIIKEN HEHAIU send your full postoffico address to DaialmerCa Hinghampton N Y he proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this ofler 22 I The following did not originate in th office but it isapprbpriatc nevertheless Newspaper men are blamed for n lot ofr things they can not help such as using partiality in mentioning visitors giving news about some folks and leaving out others etc They simply print the new they can find An editor should not bo iceR dances of your uncles aunts and cousins oven if ho should see them off on the trains Toll him about it its news that makes tho newspaper and every man woman and child in tho neighbor theytA tood Thing The publishers of the world fa TwiceA Week Detroit Free Dices desire to introduce their paper to new renders + and are making the following vV liberal oiler They wllLscnd thli pn tlisum of tea contr ust thick o it Twenty papers for only ten c nfc Onehalf tot V copy Do not fail take advantage of this wcjnaorful oti- keTh41reia needs hi ccommcitd- Ai ti4a 48e M 10hratly t- f hrr 4o 1J J 4 t j II ile L 1 1 tp1S ttf t d Q 1 f I axJ tjflI IiLits F tw Teveelora- i i beii t nfL hire number of now invention just bq n decided by n very distin bedblfdof awards and a hand e cash prize nnd solid gold medaI rded as the result of the decision some tino the patent firm of ioh jj dderburn Cot of Washington D gii have given a monthly reward of IGO the inronior who should submit the- tt irtviffn from tho standpoint of Ii ipliclii ovelty and utility The J ird after irds composed of Senator i Ilia n l4tit uC Nciada chairman i I presoni e Claude A Swanson of- rgiolaZi ifohn O Ecklofl cnehierof- y Secoaajtionnl hank of Washing f i ami Mes8m A 0 Motes of W 13 WClDdfrf tla leading nilrcliants of the capita1 y board has just selected the prize Ihl1 in the contest participated in lbj who submitted their devices the mbnth of January The ro of l150 goes to William Taylor off earny N 1 the inventor of n bicycle ako of simple construction and the Id medal to Theodore U Thomas off amarquc Texas for a monkey wrenchy novel design u Sam Jones ins i truly original way o Ming some plain truths He says for stance III was born a Democrat raisedI Democrat and remained u Democra- longH as I thought n Christian gentle tut could stay in the party You Ue- r ublicans neednt gicgle Thank God never did belong to your gang I- elieve that if Tammany should go to hell in n body they would knock the devil in the head and elect their own devil The Popuhistsare good people They may go to heaven but theyll never o to Washington I believe that a roman has the right to bo everything he wants to be excebt the father of a amily A History PaintsI Pigments and Color f is the latest pub lication of Heath R lilligan Mfg Co olumrof to ompilo the multitudes of factrfi which nako up the hiltoryI It is the work of John MuGovcW hose talent as a student and compiled ids fair to outshine the enviable repti UlannrlThe history enters exhaustively into the many points which go to make up present knowledge of priori andcolors each fact being treated in the epigram vatic style which Mr McGovern has uncle hid own From the time of its publication the History of Paints Pigtnentaand Colors standard it being estimated that MJOothor inibhictlons must be searched tc furnish the information contained in th little volume Anyone interested in the subject can totHeath Milligaii Mfg Co 170 172 liHiidolph 8t Chicago Mr Bailey of Texas the Democratic I Ifyuer in the house of representatives in tSing the debate on the new tariff bill thdIlL was worthy of rework that tit campaign of four years ago turned cilirely on the tariff yet Prwldunt Cleve law culled an extra session to deal with tit financial question and that the last campaign turned on the financial ques tlltcongress was calledjnto extra 8Vsaiuhat to tiealwtt 1 the tarifF4 He also theaj Imitic sid lot sly to protract the I I f IIlfitCOUltPrOdUCCr the notse to ce tho day whenjyou I n secure a ptient audience withUhe pjoplo for the doctrine that you can male them prosperous by taxing themI a lkncoJcertFriday t ncnct ems Thh promise to fo he Cn drain meat of years No one should t to be present te and be carkled k in fancy soventjnve years nod bo lUild ngnin just for tenscentsi Procccda to be usedl for imjrove tncntof Academy Home I Ye covert will consist choruses wine nu ducts ales etc loci by lrei i orDoor Mter tlCcon i earlycandl Vicarr1 pcaclJed t rooD Fatbetor o lOcb jniifctriaiofLafeBrfok8 M fI h R t tyL t An exchange ia responsible for tho fol lowing Dreathea there nman with soul no lend who never to himself both said Til trey before I go to bed the debt I owe the printer l There nro some we know full well who newer such a tale could tell but they we fear will go ton well the place where theme no wini ter In the Toilso- fa cougha hocking rocking 1rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results It is in such cases that DR BELLS- Pine Tar Honey efficacyhe af strengthened and cold leaves the system as snow disappears springtfallible remedy lor all lung and bronchial troubles slight or severe All druggists sell It at 25c 600 and tlOO a bottle or It win bo scut upon receipt or price nl B SutherUad BedMoe C41 rkduak a- yIOUK oooooooooooooooooooooooooo ISUBSCRIBE NOW I I THE WEEKLY wl II- II TcHof I I 7DII SPA I tJ A 0NEWSPAPER f ERg8 F jthe Free Coinage of Silver 8 8 Fofltie Chicago Platform 8 8 Fore Democratic Nominees 8 8 Fortko Interest of the Masses 8 All tiuLatest Telegraph NeVIs 8 All tMU atest State News 8 All tit atest Market Reports 8 Correct Market Reports g Correot It Court Reports Reliabwt News Reports 8 Honest Iditorial Policy The We kly Louisvillei Dispatch I H AMD THE Hazel i1 Green Herald 8 ONE TEAR FOR siob1 Sii1iMiHb NoW and begin with tTi lint last e et the Dlopntcli which will appnur nlieseciind week In April ooooooooq ooooooooooooooo WIALLISy fl WMEELEII HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths pWagonmakers Having leased the shop known nx the Pn1tkfylcrshnp11111purchased com Mete line of black sinhhing and wagon making tools nnd mif terluU are pre imred to do nil kinds of work is our line anti at the most reasonable rate Give us a call and u trial Ke puctfulljlijt A WALMS IW WHEBLBK T A yf iLLU EEUD Physician oM Surgeon HAZEL GRlEEN KYI- JIilSurgery and ob etrics napeclnlty HATFiELD MCCOY4- FEUD A thrlltlnu unjl exciting hUtorr of this fnmlly war +lilch lnted an yours In tho romint l II of sweat Va and tatorn 1tlIlnt tr A patty tole or loTAand romance running throulllimjnyyiaw The trnoaudonly nuthenlicstor pi to yfeldoneof thenurlrors rte t ticenta Arena county nil this ors to make munep d lit very writ M Uarelar k V1 b r CladIoU iDle estateantedAnUtIJ may g WM1 Peeet yMII 1 WKDDDlaUJUC Ifr1te10 t 1 rc i- bHiac 1I UNTIL- NOYEMBERlsf Our 500 Watches nt 800 II 800Ie 600 t 1000 700 2000 1500 11 10000It 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 nnd upward Alarm Clocks tit OOc and upward Kino Clocks at 350 and upward A sine of Sterling Silver and Plated Wurc Hultnlilu for Well ding Glib nt proportionately low pric- esFRED Je HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET j Near PrOr LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK ft MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 i o a J M BIGRTAFP President Presldentl1 G L presldentjW Werespectfully solicit the business ofDIPT 1 chants loaners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A jl general franking business done Give us a chance to send you a bank book pay your checks and lone YOU money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashser Wioftes1erI Bank j WINCHESTER KY i N H jn1 Pall j j up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits tile accounts of men i bants farmers traders and business men i generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customers every facility nnll j the most liberal terms within the Ihults of legitimate banking octlSly I terXPANS l Poked Without Glass fN FOR Flvn Thta iecliil form of Tllrnnn CENTSII from UMorUrtDAl prmcrlptlon tt lT put up for tho priceUIItEOTlUM8Tako or bM 1 Umfl or wlioncrrr you feel poorly Swnllow It II whole with or without a mouthful of water They euro all fumiuh troublnt a banliJi pain t y Induoohlorpt rolong ate An Inralunblo tonic Sleet Bjiriiw Hedldne No matter what the matter one will dojrnu Stood Ono grt reUuf a cure will rnmlt Indirection are followed 1 rile fivecent pack are not yrt to ho had of all 1 is omtluatadluupppeyln fU17 dealttiOUlrb t n I lIulnan catoaaln lo I I OntAlnln un tAhul wl1l be ent iIiPl108I JIOtItII i vuabllntrodanNt tohotmdeagents and dUm win U supplied ot a price which III loW 19rar j a fair of proalvta 1 1 dozen car WIll fouo centA milUcent 12docnt44 CIIII10nll tor IS 7 rnalltor 000 carttoonir rlloaIrackt orexprcH ctiargw at the buycrt ooet ii I OverProfit Paying Stop it IIi i 8U11ersor + prcs3age Tho Books free quo Pages 22000 illustrations 40000 descriptions everything thats used in life tells you what you ought tc pay whether you buy of us or not One profit from maker to ucer Getit j MONTGOMERY WARD COo Originators of the Mall Order Method 111116 Michigan Ave Chicago AFLOYD BYRD Campion Kji- ATTORNEYATLAW 1 0T1 Abstracts of title furnished collect J tions made and prompt returns guaranteed IAyMt7 masts TnYnD ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY Collections a peclnltyI A HOWARD STAMPER S ATTOItNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY Will tadJoliUagcoQI1UesAll to ow sure will receve prompt aUeatloDa ay ari FHE HERALD I Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings 0Three matriculates at the academy last Monday illl The spring term of the academy begin next Monday w i J U Thompson left this week for flay City on business Debate tomorrow evening at the acad ems on the Cuban question We dont like to be too pertinent but why dont you pay that subscription I ii iiMrs WOMize has boon quite iclcl for several days put but is now some better Mrs F N Day who ha been very sick for the putt week is still confined to her bed H II Holley will1 preach in West Liberty Saturday night and Sunday morning Blustery March was on the rampage yesterday and snow was sailing in the wind all day Many new pupil ure expected to en rollat the academy to tale the training course for teachers Rollin Kash ctrlj iill attending circuit court at West Liberty this weak in which he has some cases Misses Nettie C Wheeler and Minnie L Day are now taking a course in book keeping at the academy Judge G H Swango Dr John A Taulbee and II F Pieratt are intending court at Frenchburg this week I TLc claw in psychology will be organized next week also the classes in elocu tion and botanyat the academy John M Rose of this place in attend ing circuit court at Wcst Liberty Least wise he left here Sunday for that place h James Young Fred McCormick and Chas Duff will leave this week for a few days visit to their homes near Spencer There is considerable talk uf a furni ture factory being started at Campton in the near future Watch our columns Mrs Nannie hash left this week for a Tuit U her brother Std Mapel of Clay City and other relatives and friends in Powell county Our Campion correspondent sent inI an item of a wedding which occurred there on the 18th inst but forgot toI mention the name of the bride r Elsewhere will be found the call of Sheriff Wilaon fur a special election to fill the vacancy in the state senate caused by the deathof John P SaIyerIL Tom Clear iis one of the proudest men around hazel Green just now His good wife presented him with a fine boy Milt Hager last Sunday morning 3 Correspondents will please confine themselves strictly to new All jokes etc which are of interest only to the parties concerned will be eliminated Prof Profundo Basso 8 L Kash will give H public exhibition of his Sin gen Skewl at the academy on the even ing of April 2 Do not fail to be present Rev J M Little of llillmore who was formerly pastor of the Presbyterian 1church at this place has purchased property at Jackson and will soon become a citizen of that town IWm IL Cords topic for sermons at the Christian church Sunday nreliThe Utility of the Scriptures and As God Would Have Us Go The sermon in the evening will be illustrated oa the blackboardIt remembered that during one of the recent tides Abe Reed son of r Uncle Al Reed colored of Daysboro was drowned while working on Day Bros1 boom at Jackson His body was recovered few days since at the mouth of Frozen If you are not paid up within the next two weeks you and everybody else Dbl the list who are in arrears will be marked oft If you owe us you know the de- btlit an honest one and should be paid why hot do it today We need to pay our debts and are depend on you to help UIIThe following joke on our betterJj i so good that we can not let it slip Bhe was talking of the scarcity of various viands for table use and remarked I am getting awfully tired of hog meat hog meat all the time Oh I do wish to t goodness some one would kill a pig When reminded that pig was hog only in a Ilesser degree she corrected herself by saying that she meant beef f yclaxdherSqua onsible for thq following The wJj1 iylQom one ofappearInthe Ins andshe if any of them could tell her what an heirloom was After a number of die versified answers had been hazarded none ot which was correct Clay Cecil raised his hand and snapping his fingers to pet attention said Co I knot I knew Well Clay what is it Itscornbread Mrs Kash says the answer appeared ao comical that she at once collapsed and let it go at that Clay is tie 15 year old son of our friend and fellow citizen Ed F Ceciland is an exceptionally bright bowilh a store house of wit to draw 01 whenever occasion requires Through the courtesy of Join M Rose who returned from West Liberty yesterday evening we are enabled lo give our readers the names of the jurors and at ComII Willie Stacey Henry Hack Henry Elam James Ferguson Samuel Hamilton Robert Hartley W W Hamilton Oscar Johnson Miles Yocum Robert Walsh I W C Hill and Ben Hlankenship The I prosecuting attorneys are Mat Redwine and County Attorney I W Rose whileI the defendant is represented by W WI McGuire of West Liberty and Hobbs f Scott of Lexington A message was received here Tuesday morning announcing that Mm lien Nickel of Caney was in a critical condition The message was forwarded to I mffilcalIplace at once to his cousins wife Dr Ben Nickell pass ed through here yesterday morning hawing received the telegram at Louisville i Iltt S oclock Tuesday morning and DrI Andy Nickell returned from Cane yesterday I t morning meeting the former en route Mrs Nickell isi still dangerously ill but our Dr Nickell thinks shy may recover I IHon V1 ixitz pTthruu h hero I Sunday en route to his home in West Liberty He had hen to Frankfort and politicalbusinessI fI ington Leader of Saturday conveying the first authentic news we had of the Imaging of Jackson and Walling at New I port on Saturday Major Seitz isi an I applicant for the position of United i Sutcs marshal for Kentucky and has many friends in this section irrespective of party who hope to see him capture- It I In another column will be seen the I advertisement of Mrs S Jt Kash who l is at present in Louisville studying all the latest stylesI in trimming millinery i iniopen up millinery store and asks the ladies of this section not to make their spring se lection until they sec her new stock Doe notice will be given when the grand opening takes place Remember that we will next week begin cutting the names of all delinquents from our list and if you dont want to go with them pay up at soon as you read this if now in arrears Lookat the date alter your name That tells the time to which you are paid and if not ahead you had better see about it Inadvertently we have failed up to the present issue to mention the arrival of a very important little stranger in our town but now hasten to do so with apologies for our dereliction We refer U the birth of a boy baby to Mrs Cora Andre on the 5th imU Mother and child are both doing well A jersey cow belonging to a Mr Newman of Louisville last week swallowed a email silver clock and the presumption is that she was strictly on time for milking Can you say the tame about pay fag that subscription yoi owe ano tell the truth 1 II While rolling logs on Thursday last Squire John Tester of Stillwater got i I his foot caught under a lItg which rolled i I orer and smashed that member ratberII I severely Dr Nickell of this called to see him and afur dressing his wouuds left him resting eaay- If you are in arrears yiu dont want to see us sold out because we extended your credit You could htrdly have so little heart as that Well then pay up today and save us from insdvcncy loan Spaniard Nicktt wo has been suffering from a very Ml reattack of la itPe fur several moatisti reported to uery low and fears ayetalned for hltltJ ate recovery is to notify you that if iHIS will pay Cash for goods notbonsk t SAY I moneyII you owe us n or If so call nt onco and pay part if not nil and save us tho trouble of sending u collector to your house YOUMUST HEED THISCALL CALLAs to raise money to pay for goods you have long since consumed Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future favors we remain PEOPLEI PIHRATr CO HAZEL GREEN KY oooooopoooocooooo r PREPARATORYItTI I I I KentuckyII ITHE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 A THOROUGH REVIEW Of the Public School Course will be given Here U an opportunity to for the Kxuainatlunt for Teachers Certificates prepareII rStu lIes In the Regular Course may be Ukeu without extra coats I i 2 Tuition for tho Ten rook 500 Matriculation 100 Board 2000 f Enter ou tho 20th I WM H CORD Prin- cipalROSE IS M c DAVIS0 PRACTICALOB- LACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS S WE use the list Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Pat ronlre Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN TILE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and tour work is respectfully solicited I i I Keeps a full line nt WMchei Jewelry II and Spectacle t lJj JM HIWENS fIPRACTICAL M IIi1mRepairing Fine Watohea Specialty and Gold Syeclaolea a IoIf you need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see us We can save you big money jgJ ttJ 7W JtliIIflC7J n TtjE gREAT Bl NESS TRAINING SCHOOLW jSOUTH 9fg tmilMSftrrjfanW HUMUK er cmmm HOIDIWJ nut mmets 911I111JIll kiiJIA flan nbM RtCOMItlNDtD CT nit lUOWG UStatu NCi W Jzl o 1Ml COUMRV UfMTIOM CQ fllRlOCVE doVlJAJIklE lGl1 D11 f aHfJ s I 1 x THE HERALD r t AR ItIPItNCER COOPER Publlehea 11AzICLI GREEN st t KYIIP Ji I II SPREADDISEASEi A common cause of tutu widespread J S prevalence of Infectious diseases lies t J litcntrieed to an unusual anil unsus pected source Jt has been found that j XMitH and other household pot u arc rut j KponHlble for list scattering of the ml 4trohtH ofPutllglnu14 cllMIII1CII JlIIIIKt Old pats are In the habit ol J wandorlji out of doors even when the moHt careful vigilanceI IK lkept over them Cots and dojjn cnieclally are In till habit IfillfbiClinlcn alleys stud Into lhuruyrcll tral jKilnt if dlfease null contagion i They have a peculiar penchant rOIIIIIIIII eallH at our neighbors hUIllItjlj 1tnpeelnlly when eneoura ed to mule tar i 1 IIhe since of entertalnliiK n HidI ehlhlj- iatNIt more pariieularly tthan dOH s on w account of their domestie habits 1 have king born Hiispeetwl of liein a partialI 1 factor In CotltyIng Infection Ihy 0I4ldllllH 11111 KtuihiitH have of late Ibe +w s fMin a ncrlis of JnvcstlKatlons wliere with to pruvu their stell fuuu11lttt tilt ji1ellns And hey have linuigiinitcd oriisado against any nort of living Ihlllg In the way of a pet to prevent their incursion tout excursion whereI there In tort1ItIItit r f T Careful InvcxtlRatiou has proved lltit a jreat part of the diphtheria prevalent in Ithe city and nearly sill of the scarlet fever has been I traced to cats They nil duly are subject to the disease iUclf hot too nlgo the lttcnnHuf II lIirellI Uuns fercnee of microbes Hut tllphtherta and Hcarlet tuna contagion has not been tilt Mile extentt1lIr tilt evil Several eaucVof smallpox have been itported by ihealth olllcers in different 1parts of Iba country which have heel brought i about hi the same way thatt is ItIIll1t yf from an Infected house bringing din case lo the family of a neighbor An other case Is reported in Chicago of contagion where u rabbit wan loaned t UH a plaything to a child with mcaslcM I atcr Ithe Innocent dumb beast was sent knelt carrying sleuthI In Its very contact through the thoughtlessness and Igno iincu of both families concerned In 4 4nlltnerabl eases of deadly typhus Kato been met with which have been induced by the sank means Yet people ron tlnuo to wonder at the spread of dis ease ami In their criminal carelessness t lpermit their hoiisehohl pets towaotler about it liberty Medical journals have lhIIIIIrI t torials and reports of HpeIllIlII 1IS ore trying to wanrthe community lit leantI iigaiiut a terrible and newly unearthed cull French publications have IIrctl their asMstancc jin the eniiaile Con siderable space was glvij to a peculiar intI and lonellncHg was in the habit of permitting her dog to lint her yyfire Att one tune her pet who was a large St Ilciimrd remained away a A whole weiik from the lprotecting rant of 1 his mlstresK lit his rotten her joy was unbounded I tbat tilt fondled him more than ever1 Suddenly she was at tacked with a severe iutlammat ion of t tIt01IghtPye1ha eaiilio was utiknottn- fiyfct1IInelllislsftf werq visited and eon Milted but the treatment in every case I wan nnHiiccesKfnl The right eye Ibe- SS IIIIIllhlig111 begunej I jircvcnt ntietccrlaln fatnl Intluence the other eye JJOH cut out Upon careful examlna Mari a hideous discovery was made 1 jltbhi the member hat lc of thecornea viiu foiindl a tapeworm This the dog 111 had probably picked up while licking H Homo diseased Unit foulI object when away from home and hail transferred It on his return to his mistress cheek Cain cull dogs are known to be Indis criminate and careless In the choice of objects on which they cxerclsu their tntl rats Then on account of their rrill In licking the bauds Bad faces of their masters great danger lies In till transmission of parasites Contagion by tills means IN simple tlllIlIISII111111 lnMiuirveloits that n greater amount of hideous parasitic disease has out beep till nusult =Chicago Tlmesllerahl ltn Iturrvlit i f Iliiur t A llarton Vt wife musk the follow Iiijjfroni a burrol of lloiir 150 pies fjjnliice tipple custard etc A chickeni iplcHl J 0 tipple dul1111gM1t1 jelly rolls i i 18 cokes doon ginger snaps 07 tlu eni doughiuKs 20 dozen cookies end this boot another barrel of Hour SG loaves of bread tit rolls and biscuits 21I linger jJ rolls 20 pips 7 dozen cookies rta doeni uijHivcrs 25 do7cn griddle cakes and f MI Hour genusN Y Sun IIIM Sulminurut Action s tlvc Tourist Supposing 1 ill you a liar what would you tnder mention the fort to rat dote I saw him pcurnnec4 nil cutShave vc myself t y0hl thoughtI Jr I uitrtlfft i 1111 ltladGlo+ clnn j JrI v I4 t 4II v FOREBODINGS OF flEPUBLICANS In n Quuiidnry tie to How to IIHTIUHC the ltnvriiiu After the bitterness with which the rvpuullcniiH It have tlcnounced thr1111tuq- uetnnd the confidence with which thug proclaimed thcltvhltenUoiiH to rtiUi t ijion revenue for till tiirHT It CCIIIH si range to hear the Uashlnglon cor respondent of n republican puller the hi Louis ilobelcmoerat IIIII guardedly about the llnancial tt tJUIlII I hold tin tariff responsible fur IIlli jlhi Them IIs now a determined IIIIII to inrrent the revenue lint If tin n pinnes of this government had been t liuhl down lo what they were In ivn wv would hire hUll a surplus of Vinoo I DIKi last year instead of n dullcit of 10001010 The exact amount of the tlellcil hiM year by till way was given elsewhere i hi lilt Mine 1111M only trjKvnuo 11111 the essential pointi is Ithat tlcI r travagniit expomHltir tfrongrrvIOr responsible filIIthe tlelicit In fin Ih ttin i correspondent IH forced 1 to admit Aral probiihly the McKinley Mafilf vmldl t have fulled tnd certainly the Inrltldiai I II prctcditl Ithe AlcKinley thrill 01111111111ii hnve furnishedthe revcnne for Mich yn addition as lists been math lo Ithe r l Ilrulllturet + This Is certainly fl ruiMTjilIVhtnH sit nt Tor tJie McKlnlev ItullT still holds the reeord fill II dttil errltnl liv I having fallen behind 7 nnnonu ill its hint year The result IN that tdthere is grave doubt In Iht 1111111114411 the 111111111IIf theI stlyM cull mean eI1 trotter whether they eon frun It Ilrilib- t11 is ItIh still brgrlll to Ill Ite11I- II niMhlg dIIIIIII111 hlIIIrIIf ill P IIII iturev makes upon It Naturally Fur since hliuh tin Quill did not Increase the import silt liclciitly to raise tho rc iiiivd revenue It IIK dilllcul4 tto aecompltHli the incrcas 011111IhllI I I I iitceHHlly of d nilnlnhlntf tthe iinporlN Pta while J Ificn nsliif theta The fruit would be eoiir Idered inipoxidhlc bIt for tVe editoHlil awuriuce of Ithe sawn pa jffcr that Ihouyli nohndy Know how it IIN to be aic Hii llnhid the eoilnlry has fith fir the abilityof the republic an meuihern if ttie ways and IIIIIIIN Kiiuiutttee to do it If MI they outfhl not to be want iojr their time in COII IVHH when theyruIhi nmUe fUnoiMH sir IJIIInIO11 luonih ill bimineRM Iul II will hL nutirrllthou Ithey hlrtrIprrnsr dutibts off theirI ability to frame a tatllV IUnittwill produce enough rev enue when business iK stagnating and cotgrcHw IIH trvlng lo MC bow much it can spend KIIIIMH Cily Tinier TROUBLE FOR MKINLEY SIIIIIH Kiiotly IolnlH In Ihe VINnii lmfur Mini In Iliuiillr- Maj MclCinley will hwve trouble in Inding data upon wihieli lolNint INN mcHsuge rolling 11A t ivNtrti Hhm of con rissfo llnlrr with tlietarill- Aceonllng to I till majorH avoid IiiitilIiiI political economy the source of prosperity is Ithe hoilu1 iilaiket stud the sign of It is I hit ditubultiunnfI the im ports of foreign yiKids- Mu n till major comes In luck at the Mgnres lie will Itnd Ithat under life Wil son law there i Ill steady decline In im ports Low as I Ihr impoitl teeonliofr lust jimr was it is going lower at a rapid rate thlnMar At1 tile port of New York the jhiporN for this month havebeen falling under those of the toms period l Ilfl141111ZIIIItfIIIIItis On tthe other hand the major will llill ihnt w hle the Imports have been dimin ishing the vxioltti have lusen increasing The foreign rllcluf fthe counlry1 in creaced lastyenr millions of doublet If thusc facts mean anything beyond wellknown market conditions they mean that prohibition of foreign goods hall the cniiMcipicnt hcay taxation of the people to fill the pockets of the fa vored fans1 are oat needed to keep thet hoop market for American 1111111 II rill turers tthatI under freer ttrade I he Amer ican manufacturers can retain the home market ami capture tilt foreign mar krlH1 I If the major urges higher tariff taxes for revenue purposes the dcercashiir t IIIIIItS uC hIs ott1 law will haute hi argumentI The fort Iis he iIx practical lly educed Iii tilt plain stitcmctu that wo ought to have higher In Its bceiiiiK i llniina promisedI Ithem Ito qJlteI pa Itriots who lent their purses tit the re publican JIIItytlQll liepubllc lilt new MiI dllllti tarilVKwTlh I itsI rates iincreasing Ithe price of woolen gunllsw III come urfhftfiv vote nlmut I he time thin the lintsiTfjKumiiriuu upon us Hut the luviii rX oMJicse Atrodavs of winter will tfimfliifwlthI the people iiml they will prorcttt agalntit the pro posed niiMitlon uf conjfort and health nnd against the scheme which wlmltl compel them to resort lohhodJly or cot ton for the Mike of the Ohio shepherds in place of the honest woolens which tlisX went today Boston Iostl The mutterlngs of revolt whichi Dine fron Washington ngainst Uie vvay of Sjicaker Real were to be ex pected It is Inevitable that if an ar hit riuyI control of a deliberative body Iis Ipv Into the hands of tiny man till pee who do not get what they wart 1tlra discontented The fact Is uni W t dcsit pf the house knows that hwg hlncc ceased to be a body cc debate ritthburjjh Dlsuatch I i SHERMAN AS PREMIER The Hnlitctlun of the Olilnun Jtrnurilcd its u lllniKlrr I I 1111tIman In an Important government postll- ion The views of these persons are inlrroretl in a reference to the senators rrronl by the liulianapolis Sentinel a cxcluiinMitthcnppoIntincntand Miy 11 4lle Sherman has tangled up lonnllIthust to Iher IIIIH illsentanglcd it live him time und opportunity as secretary of state coldI liu will leave to his successors such n1rsM of imbroglioI vltliI foreign conn trim that a Talleyrand would toll to saute and settle How the wily old ItncKiye succeeds in fooling so many people pretty much all the time in ll- t be1 end OUI loii There IIK some reaon In this view al- Senator Shermans ease I lie viAt un donbtcillv nil important tarter InMlic ereiitlon of she llnancial IcgfMatiotnw der which till government now tntns itrtK IIUK lies nnd whieh Is atlmitcd on nil uliliy totjuiboily an unsafe IIlIcllajto gellirr tdijeetloiuible system The trouble In which the country wa 111111I 1 fromr wlilch it hIM not begun Ito recover IM irnred to the existing llnancial laws in UK making of which Mr Sherman iiitliiitue was a potent influence In OIIlIIpcllIIlhI IIIII I countryI lie seeuirtlto ben man alias opinloim waver and it is never a dilli I cult matter to qnoje him in fitter ol i t 111tidsi of tiny of those stable public i lIII111CI I I Shcriiinii fur null against a protective IlIlill fur tutu 1IlIllIl 1111 sntsintrutulrr of u xinrle gold statulaitl end as a IlIlItII 11r f fuel he is sthlly looked upon as I a x1Isn1111 with a tentlency to vacil late Vhsf1 her or not Mich a man is titled for I he post of secretary of state In the proem criticalI I condition of in lerniitional nllairs I is n UCHOII that iti 111111IJIIIi I I iisdntnient to tbat Ipost will amount IUCj a mlMuKf if tot a serious blunder I Itingbiiinton f N V Ieatlcr FOR DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS Iixnllo Iealtiri of the Iliitroriii fat MllO The iiceomplisliiiniiit of the full and1 j completeI restoration of silver to it Iliinebonorcdh place as inoiiey sitlei lby I ide with gidtl is I be IKcd purposei ol I j I he dcmoerattc parly IliistrillblIhr i leading femur of the platform of Iioi a it VVIIM fut ISni Our opponents will1 talk of inleninionnl agreement for j bimetallism anil international confer enccK Buoy iMheld but the teal par I post of till Mich expcdiculs will be tto deceive the people and gain timeI tr more securely fasten upon Ilium the clutch of the gold rilandard The detii i M rn lie Hliibbolclh Hill Ilit independentI itct ion for bimetallism on the part ol America spurning I lo he the followei nnd tool of iruat Hrttain 1t guy ulhrt foreign 11111 lOll The object tutu purpose of Ithe cam paign which begin right where It left Ill in November IMHi ami will run tinue until November Imo may be I ciilonded in UKMC word The re I peal of all laws bytvhhh silver line hit dcmonctlcdI mil I itsI use as money t bridged Use prohibition of all dis rinlinlttfons Ihy the gOII1II1I11i1 or all rf its olllecrs against either goldi silver wind the admission of both suet Ills to the right of free and unlimitedI coinage at our mints at the ratio of1 sixteen to one with full putter farts I Iht money thus cninil as legal under lot till public slur tuid in all transac tions of tilt it IZII 1Ibis will not be debasement or re 111111111 lOll as the gold standard IIchoII cates exclaim I IItI will simply put a I stop to the money jMiwer scheme ol continued contraction and as dciuoc uiey believe will provide fut a healthy enlargement of Ihr volume of money on a sound havis Illinois 11 Uegisler hII COMMENTS OF THE PRESS A curious puffin would be glad I lo Know what Mr Plans 1piiigramui will be ill case the in jor cutH up i1IlgltII Mlnghanitoii N Y Leader tien Algcr sas that the old tlis- agiccmctU between him and Senator SbeniiMn Jilts entirclv tlitIIlIt Nut It liig hits born heart ironi Senator Shcr 1111111 yetI Cincinnali lntnireri The textile industry appears tt- Itr11nuc I prtty well during IbyiJ in 1ji toy of all unfnvoraUlei coaditlous I qUI wcreMl7 niWjmillscbastrnctcd p nihst HIS In tlui preceding yen StI Louis ilobeDemoeiat Kcp After heir liberal contributions to the campaign whiuh they supposed1I 111111 brought a victory to then the trusts must be rather astonished at the feeling that huts been developed1 against hem since ecetlon St LuiI ost Dispatch The presence ot Hen AlgcrI unc John ShcnuaihJ jyytiUljbyI 11 cabinet will uo a ujMfll of their shill suit f utgri of1I1Imlltt nolI Haix 1i i I 0 8P 1 linty m 1 ifori h1u n licwnrd nob be cured by lulls CnUacs t p J Cmor Y G l cl1edo0lc tilt UllIllJa itd ovvn 1 FJCheney for the last Ji y1 JIll believe him perfectly honorable in sell buslacns InuiaiitJtlons and llnancially lulu to carry I out any obligations inado by their Una WIS T TatAX Wholesale DIu JIll Toledo U- tVuuixa TCixxAX ft MAUVIS Wholesale DriiKLlHts Toledo Ohio fluffs Catarrli Unro In taken Internally IictlllJ directly upon tho blood stud mucous of Jco svstoai IrlcoTKJ per hot ie Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Tills urn the best lr Iis certainly wonderful I how much science can do for us1 Yes Mrs Front row huts learned to hyiuioiice her baby old lho didnt miss a club meeting the whole ivecls Cleveland Itccord U incKi ot Tt 1sltuln Tlflcrtf On 1ihrutuy Ilthltud Wtia lallIllt1l ad lAtliaadI ICtb April fitb Hli lath Holt With May huh Itb iTlh and 1Mb Ibii Home lechers excursion tickets will bo sold by Hie Cleveland Akron it CchnubuslCyul nearly eve v pNut in tlio Westt North and Northwest1 Sdttti null S ntliwestat totes of nbuiit lie fate hit IIhe round trip PartleH ontenipliitln a trip will do well to stn or write to out 111 V Ky agent lorraes of fare limits nl tlcketh anil full Infonnation or to tho undersigned l P DAIV tionural 1aHnciifccr Aucat Cleve land 0- lbttTtnrsr 11tx a11 vat hay did you MM u rabbit run by hero I Boy Yes sir Hunter How Imifi iicnf Hoy I tliinlc Itll he three years ncxt Christians TitHits The ItiitiiKuratlon of Irivtdcnt McKlnlry will nttraet many pmailnent individuals to UaMnnjton Yon can attend very cheaply and elijiiv a must satisfactory trip 1 by colng via tlm I IIt D SV Uy Tiektis pond lgo hug March II41 and it tool good returning III cludingI March N at special low rates for wlthuSplendidIlahlservire11dco mutton consult any agent It A U SV Its VriU for giiltlu to VViiHhliiKtoii to 1 CiHwimoion Ucal TUSH 1jj u1 mvi two friends who nevert t 1IInlHIlIllltaken Drake Watuon u Hiiirs IUMAN oorrri iuruvA paeKagc of thlH mill big seed cata logue is pent you by the John ASici Seed Co la lrMMe11ini upon receipt of If cents sJampsaml his notice t IK l IrI does bini lient 111jj tor tutu HdiiLs that ho do Cares Horn A W Me roiiMfit tSox Pension Attar aoys wliiihc adxerllMMiieut iippeafs every jlher vveclt intblMpupernt at Ciiicinniti Jillanl Wiwiiin m U C They arc thul DitJ y rcliuUlc l t E iJlI iiv when +1 unit dtrends nlher pen pli f 1 Iin iiiIeiidur KoinclbltiK Inliisuun 1ptstdxpetiuctrIrbbun Jlobe FITS stepped fninnl ierininentv randNo IllsI alterI Hrst days use of In1 Klines Jreat NerveI Itesljiivr IICD Jvitrlnl bottle fit tratbe IIIcliINn1t1 tArrltstIdtnl1 1Sent TIIINO Jlillly1I do lto o that 1 an tiaioke in tlio ucl world liiply J Iveno donljii that you will bu accommodated + HeiiMit Iree 1riHs Ir stiTnnd sore SIt lacolm Oil will cure you Wont low a day The euro Is sure Inr tIito nrilcHt blown aru aimed at the lumie UainN Horn Cv eiirTs Htlniiiliito liver kiln cs inul bowels Never bidseti weaken or tfiijie lUc IIs 11I1MTfagMt what Is till plad lungtutdtuiIIIT umy come lust hut St Jacobs Oil Iis till oust to ttiro HpfiiitiN It ung11t to be llrst IC 01l1fIIC11r c I lirnotaUiud tltlelllIt lglllllllrtI I f Small Irlcrn for Vehlclri trod Hume UgCoy ofnetoryo for large tree catalogue that will save theta t money ltlrsoxAil there In a lovely fdr MU Lulu JHer tutee Is lice fortune Catcsby nssigloueulalulyIhliadelphla1 VoToltuc for Fifty OntK Over 1JKicured Why not lotNoTonno- rcgnlatoor remove your dchlro fur tobacco Saves money make health mill munlioutl Cure guaranteed f 0c iliad t 110 all druggists TUB greatest obligation of the parent to usnfeexalltpleRau1sMora KNOCK ri out by lumbago its bocauso you dont cure it with St Jacobs Oil todoout to tlo it TesT try a IOu box of CiiKcnrots candy ea lhurlicllncstllvor and bowel rugulutoiiuuitu Tin nice things tout art said about a dead man tool no OUt not oven hits 10ttchiollli1uh l BloodThat Is pure rick rind ful of viiaitv frl1 the nerves unit guns mnith to nil the HIM There lore UtTp the blood hUt ty till Ilic HoodsSarsapariUa Tho l ii r lllhlnlltI Trui Iiooil l niJp- rHcmcls Pills du ngtjMvJpun 5e or- Iripe flracrlcas Grownless King f my win t trod tin nirai f l lt J I to- 11rhhlq n vii I tctuu mO t 1 IH tl IISV- IIJrd i vi rv c su1t- fd ii t t Mit rusty tiuai Ily varl iiu i tlul nf tinil best iiclf Ire Trillium run en the liok tylen itvl 1 lit llKhtiil with rlcrtnrlty hn ittd with vcra OS liltnrl tUhtof lit equipment IMS in Idl this I I V liitiitccl Tho mrMl ra nun M uillroul irila of ret For rate mill othT lnfnrmutu i lilro u C B RYAN A G P A C 0 fit Circnnili 0 GREAT WORD CONTEST iiCI l11- Til IMOli 1111110 v P4r tltntllt 4 tl t4tf S Ilea Ivll for lirU iihii n IIiHIIRH i I li i iv ti I t s f Klrt I1I im ni 1 i iiiI J Mi f t ii if i Cth lone i IiI in r I rAi tt ii d iti- HMti tl J i ar iMlr fii ri tac i 1l + i vi nil ran11111I i dillinrrI ii C ihrxuldrnri 1ir Nut l pk url K KtlifittrU ifN DROPSY 5L1YI 1i sv1BItgrewj Ir fc i r 1nlr ln I brhI111 1tI IV- IM itC ur I Pr Hi ii IIIHHVH SIIVN outlntc UP U McIADIT14RE llaiu WES tilt grid ORJL trf CPHC11ri1IIlusui1 W OH YES USE IT YUCATAH One of Mrs Pinkhaans Talks Concerning a Mothcro Duty to Her Young Daughter Together with 2 Chat with Miss Marie Johnson Thebnlanco wheel of n womans life Is menstruation On the proper pet fnrmanci of this function depends her health Jrrnularitv Ins till foundation of moot dlscimos is ill itself svmpoin of disease IIt is if the greatest Importancet that rirlarity bo uc accomplished soou as possible after the I 5K ja an established Disturbance of the menstrual function poi rnithe blood In young girls mippresKion develops latent Inherited tendencies to scrofula or lon sumption no time must ostiin restoring JraohlCaI1S1mother has Time will bring about a j euro she Is young II dont worry about her Mother when your daugher laneltd and tinlliTcrctiL to things that usually Interest a young girl you note that flush on her cheek that glassy appcaranco in her eyes when your daughter tells that even the weight of her tlns waist oppresses her that she huts turn ble pales in herstoumchshortly after eating dont tignore the u fiignslI If you tlo vou will be follow ing your daughter to the for she willl 1101I la gospel truth she Is devolopluy consumption of tho bowels Lydia 1B PinUhams Vegetable Compound is till grcatont regulator known to medicine Slake haste to use It on tilt llrst appearance of the tcl tlc symptoms i it will restore fill the female organs to their normal conJ iua hiss Marl ilohnsonM letter to Jlrs rinkhum which follow bhould thor cst all mowers and young ladles Silo says u My httilth Ixrcamo w poor that 1 had to leave school 1 was tired nil the time and had dreadful pains in my skit and bitch I would have the headache EO badly that everything would appear black be Afore my yes and I could not go on with studies J was also troubled with Irregularity of 1menses j was very weak and lost KO much flesh that my fflcnds became alarmed My mother who 1is u firm believer In your remedies from experi 1tote thtiight perhaps they mlgJt benefit me Und inn advice I followed tho reunite you lu8cd Lydia K Ilnkhams Vegetable wrojo Liver Pills as you directed am now 1 hI ever 18J ttivo gained flesh TliOfO uratin lilrnt MilvirUy hul1 tilt UHCSPEAKEOrimnR ls uoniiMi uirtref triiitivc ilsitiil woniirv Iistnre titrtt urlll trllill iioiU fcrlloa Am ll10iin bettl Irnr WE uml llow filet and In and said you jco when you and grave Tills and Inml hay 5 color I um con tely cured of irrcularlty Word cannot exprcfls1e crihulcnn11lI1n hunk 11 enough tal your rlud ulhlCi antl Itnctlid 11Ia1tllt i ouYtOanlralla l1 t I Jvi THE HERALD r i pfttSCKU COOlKll iublUhttkA IIA7KI QRI2KN icyt I c 11 PETS SPREADAIUISEASEM Mnnj Ciuc ut t4sirItrr lliliUn rn ami OttiiC MiiUillrft ritsI to Oil A common 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lluthit stititttiil 111111 WI ustglit to have hllI1I lau hromii I llatiiMi1 pMinltd ttlioiu to Jliet pa ttrlol s who lent Ithetr pit isis n tjje tc pnbllvan parly t1 lonl Itepilbllf ltltt fll 111llIh 1r1llIn Uflll taten ttirnmi lng tthg hire tirileiijlnods lll voinr tilThtitti tttnnij IIlie IlluellUilI t nil III iiU tolllUnieiiu i lituis Its IUUt ttin in oiqTtNmrM eriiOiis Of whiter will tet pxyti tjie peOpie iie ltd tlujy xxlll piofi gitlnt tlti pro po ed ftositliiuI of Iumfoit mid hoftltiiI nud agiitiiHl tlio ieliemeI xxhloh vfluhl Compel tthem toronorl to hlmdTly orvol Iton forI tthe i I Itit the Ohio Mhephenlh In phure of Itho lionent xiudeittt xxhleh IJ WOIU ietsLitstoii I IWtj The mutterhUJM of revolt xxhleh joiue frort WnshlnglouI IIXCIIIIII the way of icu ltit Keed xvete tto tie ex peotrd IItt IIK lutvltitble that IIf tut ar I lilt nitry lIIlIhoilCI I a dotlbiniitlvo body IK pir Into tii lituulM of nny man tini1 nun1 who do uol get wltat they xvujitt wl dlHtolitiiited The1 faet IM IIP- Iitft turt nt uf ttho hotiM KIIOWH Illtat lixng hlncw vvunuil tu be a body ttt debute rittfeburglt thljutIutst i 1 SHERMAN AS PREMIER Tlti HilMIbill of III Otiloiin n K iitildl IK ii Illioitlrr C IIt IH u KOIHTO of xxonder tu iniiiiy Hint Mr Shcnntin can be regarded IIH u afu nut In itilmpurtltut government P0itt film IlOii vWof thefro pothrtiiH aiur1II1tIIIci I11111 IICIICr tll till 1IIIIllIr v by the IndlunapoIlM Sentinel t xxhloh ethutIiti itt tlteiippolntineiit nisiltj Kayn IHeI Sliertuau IIIIM Itingled up lit tluanelal pusltiii of the iountjry to nidi an extent tthat no Uvlng tfiiiu tlim t fur IIIIM dbHiilanglod xilxe 1 Ijlm Hine Mini opportunity nit Mciclwy ii IMttitle mid ho xxlll leiive to Jtlsi nueeoHiior ueli- n iIlIltlII of ititlitetwlj4tit foretKiifoitu tIas I lull n Talleyrand xvoultl flitIIIMil ve Mini RCttlc IlloxvI I Its xx liy dll ItuoNcyc Hiioeieil IIn tesulitigii tunny peoplr pretty miieh all tthe ttime hllfeuitcicciii leii There IIf statue ltM4ill III tthU 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tUIOlsi I Itt TI liill P Ml Cu if I Iin mi IPitlltilll Ml t 4i Him I H ii ii tislits i x hulliiSI Ii I ii5 I Hils lil ro l I 1il 1 tt U Ill iri u- ifusis h III t f liHr Ii Iill 111 I II I tt si 111KO lHfi Ill H I I 1 SOS ii ill I ttli it Mil I In h f 1111 i iIi t 4 f 11M u IIItc IIllt miiI DROPSY lII I 55i ii sis sscssC I Hl II M IM lVi MII II It ePI UMlrr I In lOluVO 5Is Ni Im lies liirl UlfJLU f Ulllttlll ii 4tiesiI Its 10HIYES WE USE IT YlBATAM a One of Mss Pinkhams Talks Conccntlinj a Mothcrtt Duty to Her Yotiiii Datiijliter Togot her with a Chat with Miss Mtirlo Joluison 111fOCIIIIIIII I t IIrl1rlllllllh IlitH tIIII tenusieluit tint cit iitutitt 1111111 utucl rs III 1111 llIIIU cit dlseiiKe IItt iIH of iIfIII Importmin t that ltIIu- tusty I I 11IIIIIIIhllllII t Itili 1I1II1IMh1I Ctim I t Ii its Iu u a llItnllllllhlll tuct I tilt 10II j t latctd Inherited eiideneleM Ito Nerofnliv or tsfl Numptlon und no Itime numt In lost Iin rt Nto liur nMilarlly Many n yoiuij gltl froen tlllr irrnvo liorase ttlilti dllllenltyI I IIIIM lieen tllIuhlIIlhllIlfI mid mother him Mild Time will lirlnjr nbout u J iiin1 slio JH young I dont worry nbout lion Molher when you Me your dangliiT lattiiil uud IlidllVeretit to thing that tiMiully 1111l u yonnp girl when yon noto that llnnli on her cluilc Ithat trluusix nppeiirmiio III her IVIIIs when vtir dmighlT telln yon that even ell weight of her tltctsti waist oppreHxiM her and Mutt ski liiis tII-h dins lierNtoinaih Khortly after eating dmt Ignore t hCI MlgnwlI IIf yon do yon will bo follow hut your daughtert tto Itho grave fOr hIll willI 1111I This U givjel ttruth IN developing eoiiMimptlon of Ithe bowels I I yilla lKilInUhamH Vegetatilo Compound IH till greiiUMt regulator Icwuvn to modiolnf l tilts lutnte Ito UNO I1111I the ii tit itppeiirmiee or ihI d illlltI s It willI ivxtoiv nilI tth fiMunle orgntiH tto 1 their It titus I ti IIl1III1hlIt lohiiM uM letter to ht1illtltttitlt vhleh fIIUdltlll iclv I I ititil young I ladlen Nho MIVM II MyI hriilth beeamo MI poot that I bad Ito lenvo I clhnlli I Wilt IIniel IInlhlI I toni I lid11 lituilii reiuiti Cit I 111111I lit lay IslI ttiist huieIc I would liavo the hendacho fill Imdly that everythingI would iippenr blnelc Ibe fore my lye mid IIclIlIlll nut go on with iny ktudleN I WIIH I IMo troubled with Irregularity of nujuMM wan veryI wealc mid lOst MI much lltsh j 11111III I I ottee thidght perhaps they IWI11111I1tt me for tulvleo 1 followed tho ndvlro jjIIMIeII Iliyditi U IIltl IIIIIIIH Yogetnblot 1 nll1IIIj111I I t lver ITllln tot youI directed mid nm j h1IrI VM Il1u gained llenli Y VIA Illlll llHl tt llllll It I- teisl scud lor let stY lij sItu p1111 IIIII CuIti I utiti ItII til itirLof lntcgttlnrltyutrllM cannot exitl vMIlI CrtIeu nnil J Iiutit iuititk ycitu oittitiIu Lou our ICtUd thhlt1J ulJ- IUclllnhi Muuu Jj uais tXntx- a1kiJi 1 br f I A ar= =sLjLATB STATE MEWS = =A- m n1l iaam A A Girrani county farmer has a gander that bring homo the cows James B ber of Clark county took 700 dozen eggs to Winchester ono day last week Strange things will happen in Ken Micky A Jefferson county cow swal Iwed a timepiece A Richmond firm rent 8040 dozen eggs and 1000 chickens to New York in one shipment last week Three raft mcn were carried over the dam near Lawrenccburg during the recent tide and were drowned James Burgess of Grant county hAIlI a pig with three legs which is said to beI as lively as a cat and growing rapidly Whilu attempting to cross the Big Sandy at Preatonslmrp Bailey Tyree a prominent youni farmer was drowned Henry Frazier who killed his brother inlaw in fetcher county has been ar rested nnd is now in jail at Whltcaburg Charles OHara who with four others disturbed religious worship near Corinth ia in the Grant county jail awaiting trial Two houses were destroyed by fire in Henderson last week supposed to have been caused by rats getting into a box of matchesA only a few hours old in a basket and without clothes wan left on the doorstep of Frank CXeills real dence at Paris largo Dunn who has served two years in tho penitentiary for burglary was sentenced to a life term from Lao caster for a third offence John Collins a log man from Jackson while trying to stop U fight at Valley view between William Bowman and Simon Higgins was shut in the ankle Shade Johnson a 00yearold Leslie county farmer was married to a Ilycar old girl recently This is his sixth matrimonial venture and has three living divorced wives Cliarless Brown and Edgar Bryant claiming to bo from Washington county vrcro arrested for pawing counterfeit money at Harrodshurg A number of spurious half dollars wero found on their poraons One silver dollar 132 years old and another 125 are in the pos+enion of Mr 0 W Boone of Lincoln county The first has upon it the stamp of King George L and the other that of King George 11 The officers and members of the Third Baptist church at Covington pied resolutions denouncing the Cincinnati II Commercial Tribune for caricaturing and denouncing their juitor Rev1 A- Lee who had shown so much interest in Jackson and Walling The Richmond Nicholasville Irvine and Beattvville road way inspected by a I o arty of railroad magnates who ofliirrd tale the road at 20 par tend nf the upset price and the pnymmlt nf the ref I cdwfi claims mitt court wfpontir It M btlitvnfl thin they wlUgftthr trod 11111111111i bflO+ r lUIH ftflboL u iUt- ixvulhrrn vt ton I STlll Jlunwv n nntnriMiiVrtwp i bur j par Khi r Officer Tiflimm Ionlue Mi- fJoIodlnlihttTJom I t thaiimr while ntlilltins arrivu tut PhD pturity other nmitftor hUn xtd i red throu ithote boforo lio toll from exhaustion fatnllv wounding the uojrro in thb tbaek One bullet MJM a- ff liseirbid girl mho van plavinpln U- IaUrytb blacks 1 Way- Ix1iis I Kmidp bai lxn rrettd- t f 1ho1 1 HnrlHu cbmitT A few ihrs al o ItVaf thbufcht PitlilnEt1 tttoMftird ytritIde to tvftflctfrYcst byrrViib HRMkK t bhttt t i It nontlirhstibt fhtttEtP4 + ffilEe hlidt- ltnd r iTihht bhaiifidllt1iI tb4t+ ttnt41 tt- t t ato++tt111m+ nn 1ibt Fsinbt tt i 4i r h4 flatf Alitith r ilnc r ltdil1 M TT C- 111r1y hf t VMM tit Tidy Ult hhtLtin t I tiHIt t trltT 1riot 4 rtoAdfntr ita iQYnlt here sirlwf ast117 iMtiua i 4 Ihe citorAy with thepribk hxe ptiba- bfhb r por m4 h wal I thr IIlnax GfatJ Lillbmslbt rf the- II tIlUeccet IlelnticZdt s tYt does I t R I IilZtil thUYrs StalltiMhlts bad mom lift1Qdhtt bt1r6 mf tody Jf1rlt- 1d1t ier1hii t ly1ioftls An11rond 1IUCI by 11Je batg t isa r1 M 1ctt sigli ritulmb- srdb1tiilitle e Eriki et11 1I yfJ 9a ttor Liver IllsLike bUIotuMH dyspepsial Headache coruU potion sour stotaaeh Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods Pills They do their work Hoodseasily IstI SPrepared by C I Hood dt Co Lowell Mass Tli only 1111 to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla children She then came to her father to live only a few weeks later her sister Mrs Sam Turley died of consumption and in February her father and mother died and last Saturday her 14 months old babe died- Banker McKnight was indicted on 91 counts for wrecking the German ration alI bank at Louisville and if it were pos sible to find him guilty and impose the prescribed penalty on all of them he would have a fine against him of 455000 and a term of imprisonment of 910 years lie failed to give bond and iis now in the custody of the U S marshal The in dictment corers 240 pages and is the longest ever drawn in that court HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine rind let it stand twentyfour hours a sed iment or settling indicates n diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid ney trouble Too frequent desire tn urinate or pain in the hack iis also con vincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often exprejcd that Dr Kilrccra Swamp Hoot tho 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 hold urine and scalding pain in pausing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine 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 clfoct of Swamp Root iis soon real ized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cues If you need a medicine you should have the test Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bot tie and pamphlet both sent free bymail mention Tilt HAZEL GRKCV HKUAID and send your full poslofficc address to Dr Kilmer Co Hinghumpton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer 22 The Largest Raft Erer LIDdedII The vageries of tides and floodi art numerous nod the floating of rtftt is known to be very hazardous hat licrr i the description of a raft whinh tnnt run of itself and was sfcfolr Inniifd a tou in the Cincinnati Enquirer if t rrtfn datcTiudllTW rat tlvrr kudu brr K kind of fmboatt n jCTttt sod way nntaxntt d ltissxitithltnisaiilnnemis- la them is pvmithinpinitfinni n drown nil vux vrcodin tiridgH dram 9nmt CHOP ltry nod rxrc2 + jtl1tlloDty lI teluntlftlI veHow Qoplaraaw legs that are 4 to Minot in dautiewr It covers 7h Who11 rH + vrmatcresafIha Mttnm ht ColritriWn bohmjing Wth Mnrmct IC + hl Ooiaphtfy in TWiCtothi tan Cktfenrtih ttiitn tllofnrtfNt hrraknhlrr t1M ri t tun foundry ntnrthc Mltd elf vxthr s the m Jthlt1h rrcek ltttd Ilf lrbm 1 to U foot drip The big tTTft5 Vitnhtr sod loge tifiirly all lAytftrniphr MV ao1l fltIW the Vinr nhd ftlhvHn tiplitI it nllh- tufl1 th roVrrnf to that IWf sn the wind frbhi tlw XrtJf 1It wMf ifr- ibehibd Yhr liiglereslrinf sn1 ttf Tftt- Cl kMtalnr vn rcat that ie ft ftI Ifintiliu brl1 + hfrnslflrrrir hlJ t1w t+ f- to the 6ppwftf lde of the river ss iw1 1ni in lohjr string tr rmpflr that Jlay nt tbf l trpr end i f the loaded hHrptst ttrtrgrflilrfitthtt ClUrf Ciiptaln lllllr Wrtfeht with Matw Hrih Und aevhanIHu f the hatIi davr4and tt nffre xdyout TtitlinrA arPnla out- iindmadc fast wheiitV l0ts she hooked trio aid tWg tcUon is towed MIl Into I thcttirwnt tnd et H4rifi Tlwwortf ill it s tine the comrmny 100 1 to i3ty slid Will ho tonllnned 1 iUtthe ried1inn 4oiv the 40 ftx l1nrk when j thefleettri111toedbselxdathe bi thninaftodire cablesfished up and fas 1Take= 1 ln dtiGMlif ia tyifit- iclirc III i lk 1I u tr If I t w tCl4f 7 A sound money Democrat who would vote for Dr Hunter in preference to Jo Blackburn in not the kind of a sour money Democrat or any other kind of Democrat that the people have m1 respect fur Senator Blackburn is jUllt u strong a sound money man as Hunter and inftaitel rhissupcriorin every respecl1 save perhaps thut of political wire pulling With practically no different between them on the money questio- there should be no hesitation on thi part of u sound money Democrat if must choose between the two to cast vote for Blackburn nnd use all legiti mate means to prevent the election of a man like Hunter Danville Advocate Any editor does a good deal of think ing about matters he does not mention in his paper Oner these thinks thAt bothers his thought box Iis why so many persons living in his immediate neighborhood refuse to help him by subfcrib ing He thinks Well if any of that mans family arc burn married die or anything happens to any of them if they are hurt in any way he expects me to tell all about it and yet he wont ev buy an extra copy or send in his sub scription Thats one of the things 1101 think and there are many more though I that keep him busy trying to find out the reason why Bharpsburg World By Its Record of remarkable cures Hoods birbiimrilli bus become the one true blood purifier prominently tho public eye get only Hoods Hoods Pills are the best familjI cathartic nnd liver medicine 25c We are compelled to request our pa trans those who owe us to come forward nnd pay up We need every cent 1heI have to pay cash for our paper and other material A dollar isnt much but whet an editor lies several hundred on his books of these one dollar men it amounts to quite u sum especially when the editor I has got to pay cash for everything and nut a cent in the till Gentlem come forward and pay your indebtedness to we can pay ours Beginning on Monday the 20th the daily sermon of the academy will co mence at seven a m and continue till belinj DS BELLS i Ine Honey1 will stop a cure the cau-P+1iMR iifTr + wre trrrt wvWt- tTnelt io- Irrllf J otI II II 1 Rlrirsstla narsra rnp- pi attlitl 101 LJrS- f cxrcartxol TRAOt rSXRKfic DtSlCKS OtnYRIOTS Lc A i r MmAlnn a d etra arc dwGII ton w- neMetl aMrta111 erryrvbet t ail erarau bTM ltabt omuuUlrqnaa IWtretbrdl4rateou 8 rp raalnnrketttut 8GIEHT1FIC ftWERIWiH nreuLuioai of tnaJltHIKn MUiCN i CO SHt Hrondwnv New fork I Fhpsiciaai and Sur GREENXYg x ages sadabtatriiik hlf ir A n lkY j- G Jf v ijvri j- I W IL IdM ELRIEES d ichf I h1 demonetratod ten tut smdal UaiM that It la almost t UlblaOrt FOR WOMANS PECULIAR J ratWEANESSE4 ranaementshhieforthbeUu of troutfei Itrzert a wonderfully Mini J trengthen ing and ootL g laiflnsnco upon the menstrual rgtII It cures white and fUfnf of the womb It stops seeding aqrelieves sup menatruettwneI I For oLo a I Imedlclno mad It Is beneQcial during 1 and helps to I bring ehldrento pregnt homes barren for year itB + lprprateamitimu 1late nrength a the whole 811 Item Thls Inl remedy b ottered to all amide If men Why wilt another minuteany woman ntfff with certain rIef witbin reach Win or Cardutl Y cs1100 per bottle at your drP1 t store Trw odlltl n tan ngvlrrnd rprrClaI dlnr Inflora I adds inptplooll rhr InJn AdrlmryDtpvtmnr t CLattunwv Urd kO4 Co 11411011 tn- I IM 1 W SMITH Ctmdin 8C arilVanCICardulalhom- Ise tiledfalling et ma and It nUreiy curd Mr Ihl I I lIE TWICE AWEEK a t w 1 e 100 tEAR eaIssued Wednesday and Saturday Mi r a Uejrinnin Januarjv t lS9f the Weekly CllurirJourlllllluUlI tJ to the Twlr r daymI ore edne dav HI sf LIU I 1 devoted toueu and politicaltopics TI lIturdy iisurxill be devoted to slorie iu eeliinr pictures po lPaperaehr 1 JJ Pave j I la weelIID tncreaf t Iitl parr a rah i 1W past ir 02 eoln050 a rEalrIj If t1 rr t I chance rnd the at1J4 for pare Irrrcrsc and tnr lremuera prlnIt ci1 N tx CCi ii uaueds tH1I1I itb ftrr a + ish Jt In 1irr ne eapfst iiI r1 iZ- ltltt IpC CDtfDItH tare prier rf tkDekta vtel t4ntt4aural Win yeas- i hf e H a craw t 1ietr dr ti- rraiae i os Kiel 01 lAw + drtarit 0 of Mr bare 11xtrt swna ei 1aiitirr1 rrsr It tfj in ftt braii Awlti tlnnt int atenpt 1 w 4 t- ratty rna liunpelYew W tIIkh S ynu+t 1 H TWICE AW L utiteI tjJtO nl n B t AV t7 R E1 f7 +nm HEAID LA F r1rtD Ft Grz S L5t1 Vi kxv 11111I Mifru diitoii rlfillr yntn St itt TN 1irNlrweet v ilnrtmnifatne ntn Aril HnrH tnai nirr r h rrir niiir sisal Ut uvrltttn ttt r r IHt Hilt Iat i FItIUHh tr r 7- n vuiarr tbrrWtitf ysrI rltiytlcrt- iiitiipl aptrir II Iutirea ttMIf tri nn llllllltlllll AaI niawnitfpoinns snow ltc nt tnnatalss0ar cr THI itA 7K 1 lnltRl 1 LT11- 1119111E I iHN I 1 TUUT Birinttol A ru oi I TrewnrilStnt rHilt nIt nr Ir FllKi tRtN iiiIIt 1 hlptla c Tw OJ Rf It 1 1Tt diriUqiiJlhl1iwzlli0 t- tr1 FP r QtT- lir t t+ i tti I t tldlt11114i0tE i illlt8l tfl x iiI IttHlt4 +t 1 I WipttWJIIsl lrontaitl lf1if8UiUfth I ef f i1ifu tt 1 ill I ii- u 1ft a t a AN UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 800 SOO 000 1000 700 2000 1500 10000 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 and upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at roc and upward Fine Clocks nt 350 and upward- A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed din Gifts nt proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Hear PIO LEXINGTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY 0CAPITAL 200000 I SCBPLUS 30000 0J M BIG TAFF President G L Presidentll0- We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants farmer trader and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general bankini I tines done Give as a a chance to send you a bank book pay soar checks and loan yon money when in need W W THOMPSON Cashier 11 WcosTerBanL WINCHESTER KY PmidentjCaihler Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This cuameneter1 Ketller sadtf most terms Trjhia the H =itt ot Irpunate bsc kit e151y RIPANSPuked Without nutTFtI FOR FIVE CUTS atttarytirrartrra wtD1tzcr1oia2 Cot a tw et RstartRr reel nII bea Cv rrt r+ ry nnJ cscn Lar sa twa rs r h S6arSecatautttr eoeMW 1M gm Cer rtIt raytt rL Y1 rrtarz mr L rai c reWat1KM1arlSlprve1itiawrrtoMLCpaeaR tea7iratITacJ ledVeil xL1 J Ct1001uow etaratstWhy not be mt Mlddo yourII fay but tnrnt1 tomvratxr sI4 h- lr o r aDt tut a r ua f2 t10h IIr laic o la Ge eatakiesal Elyti-s iu prurtn that it s n Weish tRvn1 t WtustlJt1ccs e- artottelitt oar proatprttotote aI- ortkleert lythtagyoncse Wesesdl- tJorSrvatsathatiuotfortbebooYtset fI hopQasaorexpreeeeey iiglrlckIIIT1oplefiiS t L f FLOYD UYRD CamptonKy t COIIhtEYAT LAw 4 AlMtmet of title famished seller J I I T1ade tad prompt returns guarauteed with the law firm of Wood Jc Day fJllf Ky in elvll practice r- a KTY r4iwa apetlslty a- A WUtD TAMPER ATTouxyArLAWJr r k z1A n h- re 1tr mI a- f v ftIo n J1 Wl i i t wff =tLATE STATE NEWS =A P i I 91 j a vT 1 A Gman county farmer has n gander that bring homo the cows Tunics Biber of Clark county took 700 dozen eggs to Winchester one day last week Strange things will happen in Ken tucky A Jefferson county cow swal Iftired A timepiece A Richmond firm rent 8010 dozen ogga and 1000 chickens to New York in one shipment last week Three raftamcn were carried over the dnm near Lawrencehurg during the rev cent tide and were drowned James Burgess of Grant county IIM a pig with three IrgH which Iis said to be as lively as a cat and growing rapidly While attempting to cross the Dir Sandy nt PreBlormburjr Balky ryree a prominent young farmer was drowned Henry Frazier who killed his brother inlaw in letcher county has been ar rested and is now in jail at Whitcsburg Charles OHarn who with four others disturbed religious worship near Corinth in in the Grant county jail awaiting trial Two houses wero destroyed by lire in Henderson last week supposed to have been caused by ruts getting into a box of mulches A boy baby 1 only a few hours old Inn banket and without clothes was left on the lnorhtep of Frank CNeills real thence at Paris Ueorjjo Dunn who has served two years in tho penitentiary for burglary was uentunccd to a life term from Lan caster for a third olIenccIJohn Colli no u log man from Jackson Valleytview between William Bowman and Si mon Higgina wan shot in tho ankle Shade Johnson a 90yearold Leslie County farmer was married to a 15year old girl recently Thin is his sixth mat rimonial venture and has three living divorced wives Charlctui Brown and Edgar Bryant claiming to bo from Washington county were arrested for putting counterfeit money at Harrodshurg A number of Hpurioushalf dollars wow found on their po rap nit t One silver dollar 1311 years old and t another 12 are in the possession of Mr t U W Boone of Lincoln county The I first has upon it tho stump of King George 1 nail tho other that of King George 11 Time ofllccr and members of time Third Baptist church at Covington passed resolutions denouncing tho Cincinnati Commercial Tribune for caricaturing 1 and denouncing their pastor Rev JJ A lcc who tenth shown so much interest in Jackson and Walling Tho lUcbmond NIcholnsville Irvine and Beatty vlllo road was inspected by a party of railroad magnates who offered to take tho road at 20 per cent of tho upset price and the payment of the re coiveru claims and court expenses It is believed that theywill get tho road and it will become part of the Louisville Southern system Will Hunter a notorious negro burglar shot Officer William Perdue of Hnrdintiburg in the jaw while resisting arrest but time plucky officer ran after him and tired three stints before ho fell from exhaustion fatuity wounding the ucgro in the back One bullet killed a 6yearold girl who was playing in an alley two blocks away Lewis Everidge has been arrested charged with the murder of Dick Patton who was found dead in the woods in llarlan county n few days ago It was thought Patton had committed suicide to evade arrest by revenue official but it now turns out that Kveiidgo had a grudge against him and hind threatened- tJ shoot him on sight Beginning January 1 and ending March 7 rending 27 chapters dally Mr T C Davis of Waco rend tho Holy Bible through Mr Davis huts H habit of read ins the Bible through three times n year besides rending as many newspa pers and magazines as any individual in the countywith the possible exception of newspaper men says the Climax The OrallY Lick correspondent of tho Winchester Democrat 8111uIt does seem that Mrs Btallard has had more than her share of trouble lately Last fall her husband who was a railroad rloyecas killed by tho cars near MWdlwbero Tearing her ir almost dee t swissi tfMUMuitacM wlUL Iii wall fq Ii ifi yk II O- t II Liver IllsLtxo bUlousneis dyspepsia bewUehe eonitt ffttlon sour stomach ladlRestlon are promptly oared by Hoods 1111s They do their w- orkHoodssully and thoroughly I Best after dinner pllli 25 cents All druggists PillsPrepared by C I Ifooa Co Lowell Mass The only Till to take with Hoods Banaparllla children She then came to her father to live only a few weeks later her sister Mrs Sam Turloy died of consumption and in February her father and mother died and last Saturday her 14 months old babe died- Banker McKnight was indicted on 91 counts for wrecking the German Nation alI bank at Louisville and if it wore pos sible to flail him guilty and impose the pre scribed penalty on all of them ho would have a fine against him of 455000 and a term of imprisonment of 910 years He failed to give bond and is now in the custody of the U S marshal The in dictment covers 240 pages and is the longest ever drawn in that court HOW TO FIND OUT Film n bottle or common glass with urine mid let it stand twentyfour hours n ml imont or settling Indicates n diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire tot urinate or pain in the hack In also con vincing proof that the kidneys and bind der are out of order WIIAT TO IIO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilrcera Swamp Hoot 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 hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleaHatit necessity of being compelled to got up many times during the night to urinate Tho mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real Izcd It Htundn tho highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need u medicine you should have the lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents anti one dollar For a sample hot tie and pamphlet both sent free by mail mention Tit ILmt GRKBN IlKitAin and send your full postoflico address to Dr Kilmer ttC Co liinghampton N Y Tho proprietors of thin paper guarantee the genuineness of this ofler 22 The Largest Raft Ever Landed Time vagcries of tides and floods are numerous and the floating of rafts Iis known to be very hazardous but hero is tbo description of a raft which took care of itself und was safely landed as told in tho Cincinnati Enquirer of a recent date liThe largest raft over landed hero Is n kind of freebooter or pirate and was not wanted It is strictly miscellaneous as there is everything in it from it fence rail to a wooden bridge from some coun try road creek with plenty of beautiful yellow poplar iw logs that are 41 to b feet in diameter It covers the whole seven acres of the bottom at Columbia belonging to tho Marmot Coal Company in front of tho landing extending from time fortyfoot breakwater down to the fouudry near the road elevator at the mouth of the creek and Is from 10 to 20 feet deep The big trees timber and logs nearly all Iny straight up and down the river and filled in tight with small stud The current to that side and tho wind from tho welt drove it under and behind tho big breakwaters and the pros sure became so great that the half million bushels of coal there had to be towed to the opposite side of the river us well ns tho long string of empties that lay at tho luwer end of the loaded barges The two powerful towboats the George Mathcson Captain Frnnk Moore and the Mt Clare Captain Billy Wright with Mates llclb und Casey handling time haw acre have been working at it four days and have pulled about an average of nn acre a day out Threo lines ure run out und made fast when the boats are bucked out and a big section is towed out into the current and set adrift Tho work is costing time company 100 a day and will bo continued till tho river falls below tho 40 foot mark when the fleet will bo towed back and time big chains and Wire cables fished up and fas tened te Cue CoN IiI One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tbo money If it fallS to Ct11pt 2v 1- IL t y 14 I h J 1 t C 1 Ie A sound money Democrat who would vote for Dr Hunter fin preference to Jo Blackburn is not tho kind of a sound money Democrat or any other kind of a Democrat that the people have much respect for Senator Blackburn In just as strong a sound money man as Hunter and inf llltelj hiuupcriorin every respect- save perhaps that of political wire pulling With practically no difference hbetween them on tho money question there should be no hesitation on the part of u sound money Democrat if he must choose between the two to cast his vote for Blackburn and use all legiti mate means to prevent tho election of a man like Hunter Danville Advocate Any editor does a good deal of think ing about matters he does not mention in bin paper Onef these thinks that bothers his thought box is why so many persons living in his immediate neigh horhood refuse to help him by subscrib ing He thinks Well if any of that mans family are born married die or anything happens to nny of them if they are hurt in any way ho expects me to tell nil about it and yet he wont even buy an extra copy or send in his sub scription Thats one of the things ho thinks and there are many more thoughts that keep him busy trying to find out the reason why Bharpsbtirg World By Its Record of remarkable euros Hoods tiiirbiipurillii hits become tho one true blood pnriiicr prominently in thu public eye Get only Hoods Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and liver medicine Lfic h Wo are compelled to request our patrons those who owe us to come forward timid pay up Wo need every cent Wo have to pay cash for our paper and other material A dollar innt much but when an editor has several hundred on his books of these onedollar men it amounts to quite a sum especially when tho edi tor has got to pay cash for everything and nut a cent in the till Gentlemen come forward and pay your indebtedness HO we can pay ours Beginning on Monday the 29th the daily session of the academy willcom mence at seven a m and continue till 110 p m The training clats will be in pension at 230 p m DB BELLS Ine r lloity will stop- Joucough and cure the causeBold by all druggists or wnt upon receipt of pricelie Soc mini ft per bottle by Tilt It E SUTBCnLAM HRDICINR CO PABDOAB KY 1SOEXPERtENCEI TRADE OiatONS MARKS OOPYMIGHT8 Ac mayquicklyprobably putonUblo Commimlcntlnnt etrlctlI fnraeeuringtvtentain oalcePatentsspecial notice in tho SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN of- on1aolentrenlourwilweNUyterniaWWa year D1JouMUNN A CO 381 llroadwnv Now York J TATOBKD0 2Ut D I Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY f9Surgery nnd obstetrics WantedAn Idea f m1=ProUci roar ideas thtr may brtofrot wealth Write JOHN WKODEBBURink CO ftseat AI t I I tp Io = 1 r 1 1 r ilt toY J 1 y- h le I ItM Elltffj rern qIDeofti- wLntae demotrlte ten th sand nil tlaaN that n Is almost t alllble 4 10- FIR WOMAN PECULIAR I WEAKNESSES IrwirnUrltle and dfcranRernenti It has become the le ding remedy for this claw of trouble It exert a wonderfully ntlini IrenBthen lug and soott B I 3ifluMne upon the menstrual mu It cure enbItL and pnfl1l mntruatlon sealmedicioo liebprrrngymsislyear i mho whoto sys offeredfemto all aflllctiKl enter Why will r another minutenil with aey woman certain rIkt wltbln roach t- Wine or Cardut erly costa 1100 per bottle at your drtoreFor add- ru n qufrinprperta1 dlnc ourr lhr La Uueon Mlclx rvI- 0tdnheChuttueouya1lyd kna Co thattanuwran TISflMt used and It theb enurelyto Idling ot cured Mr or Z IIE TWICE +AWEEK tm 1t t Tf rt40 100 L YEARIs- sued WednesaW und Saturday M tg UeRSnnln Far isw 1837 the Weekly I ttd to the TwiceI CllurlrnurlllliHt II tf Ilicaliun days 01 irdnw The Ued willf tit voted to news and politicaltopics TI vti lavisMitvillh devoted to storiesitany jditnre po etrvetcmi perfit 111 paper Jneh issue will I I 1Sl IIr 12 lpnges n weekrut irtersait tfrlro paais u week 104 page or KM ccdu inns n Tlllr The polities of i paper will not be changed nnd the hHtII 1euaeraey- and true Heinocratlc Irlnriijles will be eon tinued miwssfullv jf1 tilt tittun as in the past In spite of tJC xpiJicf liivohedl in tllcd the of thethe iiiipniTci i n price Twietawtek Count rJonrnul will remain the aloe 111 year A Iciiturc during the coining year will lIIItilt editorial sat Mr Henry WutterMin 01 I politicalI and other topics ot the tiny Iinlly CnurhTlour nll 1 year nn no Unity unit HiiniuyAlX ar H 00 riiintliir alone 1 your oo WICEAVELJv J l1iE f JJt1l1l1t AND THK HAZEL GREEN HERALD EACH ONE YEAR IToL OsxSy 150 We have made a special elnhbingarrange input with the Twiuinwuck CotiricrJonr nal nnd will send that paper nod ours for the price naniud to mill our Miibsirihers who willre tew and pay in advance or to nil new Mibsci iber + who will pay in advanee Sainplu capita of Courier Journnl seat free on application T All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to TILE HAZEL GREEN HERALD RK IMPORTANT G HEtt Itceinnine JANUARY 1 1807 time present Weekly edition of the DETROIT FUEl Pln Swill bo chunked to n- TwiceaWeek+ + The price will remain the same 1 Per YearI I I HIThe usual humorous amid literary fea tures will be continued and it will also contain nil time news tanking it AN UPTODATE NEWSPAPER inn Wc have just le nn arrangement with the publishers of this world famous paper whereby we can you an ex cellent bargain Wo oiler send THE HERALD AND Tin DETROIT ME PBES8I yBoot One Year for only 100 156 PAPiL 150- dd LE THrJrJrJPER COPY J UNTILI Our 500 Watches at COO II 800It 000 tt 1000 700 u 2000u 1500 t 10000t 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGSu750 and upward GOOD VALUES ATt1000 and upward Alarm Clocks at OOo and upward Kino Clocks at 350 and upward- A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Wurc suitable for Wed ding lifts ut proportionately low pric- esFRED Je HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near PtOr LEXINGTON KY t TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY CAPITAL 200000 I BUHPLUB 30000 o J M BIG8TAFF President G L KIItKPATKICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier oWe respectfully solicit time business of mer chants tanners traders anti business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking huaincs done Give us a chance to send you u bank book nay your checks and loan vou money when in need W 1V THOMPSON Cashier Winonester Bank WINCHESTER KY N IL WITHEIISPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier raid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants fanners traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its uHtomers every facility anti the umost liberal terms within the limit of legitimate hanking octl- 8lyIRLPeAeNS f Packed Without Qlnsa TOK FIVU CUN1S IUpanaTabukwiipriwntfrotn leally put up for the punwuo of unlTrnnl modern demand for A UIIt OTlONHTaJ0 one at mornomII time or whcnerrr you feel POOl1fwhole with or without a painttndutwaieI llcst Kpriag Mwllclnc No matter what tfcu matter ono will doYOU good OneRlveandtot- a ire will rr lit If cUrrctlons nro fcllownl Tae IInHtfIl paekattne arc not1t to be bad or asoydrat raru omprtodoi oi hnt In any reran iliuzlaI I I carton oontalnlnRtentabulwwill hoicntwldogopaid toanladdn Iwfornvneentlnatmp t rorwanlod to tho Ripens Chomlral Co No II- IaprnroatNowYork Until tho ronda orathor i ItonafordOeenthI rartoiM tor RJM U tram SM lon for 5100 Nth with till ortlor In every rnu M1 rrcljbt or viprtn cturec at tho buyer1 coet Why not be your awn Mlddlcman Pay bntonn profit between maker an4 user and that a tnnll jUt ono Our WK TOO PJIRO Catalogue and Buyers Oxide proves that Its possible Weight 214 pounds WCOO Illustrations describes nml toll tltoone pmatprtcootover40000 articles ovcrythlnti you uso Wo send It for Hi clnhl tluits not for tho book but to pay part of fun pcaaKoor oxprcsnnRO und keep oil Idlers You cant goUt toolquick 1 MONTGOMERY WARD Cc CO The Stnre n t Ml the People tMui Michigan Ave Chicago i 1- I AI FLOYD BYRD t Campton Ky I ATTORXEYATL AWi- lST i Abstracts of title furnished collee itCiunectedDayMtA n JlSaW J1RD ATTORNEYATLAW CAMPTON KYIiI Collections n specialty HOWARD STAMPEU A ATTORNHYATLAW OAMPTON KYL WI a ce in the courts of Wolfe and the 1 adlj unties All bJslnel8 entrusted to will receive prdmpt attention It 1 t I- y1Naw1Jt