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T4 Aif Jrpf L Aa I Mr qr I U jjvyJ y HE tIAZEL fREE ftEt t R R ARATOitY Ifj w ci Established March 4 1885 Made Famousine Story of Jonathan and HfContinent by Max ORoll J nd t y- i a I I t PENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor 11 Of n Nolny World With News From All Nation laiinVilntf nt Ills lack fit 1100 A YEAR AlwU 0 M THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 8 1897 NUMBEDJ DIZIIISU1n u r ns Tilt1EttttulTHE It GIVES ADVICE Society is divided into two classes ns afcnrdg moral condition and every rend ituf THE Ell ltALD who lives to manhood womanhood will tnko n position in o of these classes I think that we f ould discourage the use of spiritual uors Never treat anyone nor allow of rtty ono to treat you liS a mere coin p11 nt You should not enter a grogshop R ir form a habit of taking a dram when 1 yju go to town These little beginnings fit c y end in painful results Thousands vo been utterly ruined by the use of- ritsI tltereforo you have reasons to- Mvare The place you frequent an- llii company you keep will have much 1 1ttdo III molding your character in th- ele of the world as well as fixing the that will follow you through life the bullet is shaped by the molds HO yur habit and thought wil be shaped bjthe company you kccp1111e that ii- TJWilketh with wise men shall be wise 3rsous who drink or indulge in profan tty are not likely to be of any use to Ju10u should never make them fe- elIt you are above them but you should seek the company of persons un j you feelwilling that the public ljppuld class you with them for you i il in the eyes of the public be classed 11 Ith the company you keep Birds of eathcr flock together is n saying I xj5ve heard I have read of ft dog called JTiay who was sorely beaten for being in bd company How desirable that you should reach manhood cr womanhood jftlhout ft spot on your good name You CM 1M not be too careful to guard yourself iaTthcsc things Jin u D rJpYour own good behavior in company a theai lKi sensible and your actions in good 1At church take pains to observe goid order listen to the sermon no i iiatter how contrary to your viewsi it is When meeting is over go quietly out a iindulge in uo loud talking or laughing while about the house j avoid all foppery or strutting in company These flings are disgusting to all sensible peo i iipjj Never suffer yourself to talk in a SwSining manner Talk plainly nnd in jSm same common way you do at home school and walk in a natural easy iiMY in company It is a sad sight to see typing ladies entering a church as we jJMDctimesI see them in a proud and ijiSSghty manner Strutting shows a loot of common sense therefore avoid a I Dont speak unnecessarily of the fMfeltsci others ilt will cause them to dleok for your faults and you aro sure to L2o them Let other men praise theo i sot thyself says tho wiae man plfln a habit of cheerfulueu when in J companyJliIPyour advice or opinion Remember lifproverb uA fool is known by bit Altitude of words Franklin has it f M still tongue makes a wise beads it a point when in company too r soothing if the conversation is Srdifying you could bring up bomcth r ti 1 would be profitable 500e I jKconomy should be carefully cultiva dc tt your future happiness greatly do jiosids upon it It is a sad sight to see 1 runningtthe country with n bottle of liquor J r fine pocket and a pistol in tho other t y Hnember UA penny saved is a penny t raed Bear in mind there are many rr 3 set to catch the fruits uf your la foif Every lottery in the land is a f Itdlo and should be let alone Keep I ieW eyes on book peddlers lightning e1JJpeddlers patent rights peddlers in danger of getting bit by I when they bite you they willII dinr your folly o 0 a oFaithfulness and punctuality are of w importance Whenever you make Omisc however small charge your irTilI with it and de it if it bo to mail a r pay a small sum of money bring + little article from town or bear a age for a friend Make it a point tip jgh life to perform it It will be I a part of your character and will t great worth to you In this way ted et good credit your word becomes rtr OESrI good as your note with good security You should set n high estimate on your word and se live that others will follow you This is the sure road to usefulness nnd happiness and honor Young men nt run in ittlo o o Control your temper Form n habit governing yourself You cnn nccus tom yourself to anger on every provoca tion or you cnn cultivate n quiet even temper When n man is drunk he is not to net or opens He that is slow to I j anger is better than the might He that ruleth his spirit is greater than he 1 thnt takcth n city Tho man who Con troll his temper while others are abusing I him is n greater conqueror than he that takes a garrisoned citroYour enemy while in rage is n fool and it is your n duty to make n pleasant IInswertIA soft answer ttirneth awn wmthIt A cold hemmer molds and shapes the hot iron If you keep cool you may have your own way in the end nail feel much better yourself nnd have the approval of others DDD You will of necessity have to take ItnII interest in the political affairs of our country We nil have reasons tit love our government that has for so mug a timo secured to us the right we enjoy nail you should embrace such visits as will Lest maintain our institutions Do not be governed by n low party spirit but let your views be elevated broad 1 and national j let your sluts be to pro mote the general good bearing in mind that nil the goodness is not in one party nor or the evil in the other These sentiment within you will lend you to talkt with moderation to others nnd your views will bo better respected soil your 1 influence greater by pursuing n conser vative course Be honest and couscien tious in your notions and never seek to entry your end by unlawful menus Our institutions mire in greater danger from bribery than from any other cause If the people are left to net with no influ cuce over them but reason nnd sound argument our government is wife but if bribery rules we will drift to ruin Never iu any way countenance unlawful means to carry political ends Gold Standard and Protection When Mr McKinley now president of these United States was advocating the now famous McKinley thrill bill from the floor of the house of represent atives in congress he produced and rents letter from William Barbour a stock holder and director of the Harbour JInx spinniag company of Paterson N J i in which he stated tbatlithe pay roll of i the two mills as recently compared dif fered only about 500 the number of beads employed in the Irish mill being I 2900 against 1400 in the Jersey mill Why is this Is it not because the single gold standard prevails in England and is it not true that manufacturers ad vocate both the single standardand n protective tariff T Mr McKinley alsf stated that the Singer sewing machine company maintains a factory in Glas gow Scotland as well as its works in New Jersey It employs onethird moreJJ hands in its Scotch establishment yet its pay roll there is only half that of itsI American works Ho further stated that the machine manufactured in Scot landcosts more sells for store than I sewing machine in America Mr McKinley further stated that the Boston thread and twine company was paying three times the average wages paid for similar labor throughout England But England is under the singlo gold standard and Mr McKinley and party want both u protective tariff and tho single gold standard In whose interest The gold standard to insure low wages The protective tariff to bar out nil cheap sup plies for the poor All this in whosoI interest Eminence Constitutionalist A panther was prowling in the neigh borhood of Rothwell last week and Per rin Ingram hunted it with a peck of J dogs They came across the varment in Indian creek vicinity and the dogs wero badly used up The panther is still atii largeJPERFECT and permanent are the Sarsaparilla beJJ cause It makes pure rich healthy site sail hcaltfagiving BLOOD ozsrera e tauu a CORRESPONDENCE I Correspondents will plcnsc bent in mimi Hint nil cotiiuuinicntlons must be received this oflicp not later thou Tuesday cvcnlnc insure publication in the current issue WOLPE COUNTY j Campton Currency j J C Tolson went to Jucksoivlnst week J A Sewell of Lane was in town last week I II I Born on April 1 to the wife of Gee Halsey n fine girl j 0 T Byrd of Lee City was in town last week on business- Ilopresentntivc J C Lykinspnid home visit the latter port of last week Coonroil Cable whose illness was men tioned in lust weeks Currency died on the Id lust5 Five of the students of H GA A came over last Saturday and paid the K W college a visit Two Mormon preachers were in town week trying to convert tho people- to y MormonismRev lIorusbn lmearen born soldier preached to good congregations at the M B church Saturday and Sun duroHe West occupied tho pulpit Sunday night and in his plain demon strative logical wooly delivered an excel lent sermon April 5 BKVD MATTOCK Lane Llllos Miss Xerilda Sewell iis on the sick list week Mrs William Hollon is quite illat her home James A Sewell went to Campion this week on business John T Graham went to Jackson last week to buy 5G2J worth of goods G W King cut himself with an ax the other day inflicting a severe wound The people of this place have been expecting a wedding but Too says she went square back on him Rev Henry Taylor of Stillwater preached a very interesting sermon at Bailey Field school houso Saturday The big famous J C Tolson ef Possum Trot passed through here lost week en route to Jackson He stopped at M H Burkharts long enough to give Alice a few hints Died ou time 28th ultaftcr a long illness of measles J L Terrell whose illness has been mentioned before in the Lilies His death is regretted by all and the bereaved family have tho sym pathy of tho entire neighborhood April C GOLD BUG tTollver Topics Boone McNnbb is on the sick list James Elkins was the guest of his best girl Sunday Uncle Wash Lewis sprained his ankle nnd is suffering much pain Aunt Liza McNnbb is confined to her home with sickness but hope she will be out again Jeff tho prodigal son of Uncle Bill Toliver has returned home to his fnth Tearitory Married nt the residence of the bridls father John Landrum to Miss Frnrycs Brewer Rev Davis officiating Jay their lives be long and prosperous Ind may all their troubles be little oncrf Apr 6 fiHIN t MORGAN COUNTY West Liberty Whisperings Gardening and house cleaning i the order of the day Mrs T J Henry of Mt Storing is visiting in town J T Weaf died at his home nar town last Yednesday of heart troublf WF Caskey is building a amboat to run between West Liberty md Far ifbbert Dicken made a fly g trip to Hizel Green lost week GJess to see hitbest girl IThe candidates closed out eaklnl At g 1 raJl J Drnnrn rValnut Grove last Saturday Tho boys have one more week before starting up fait river 11 Mont to the wife of 0 M Keyser a 10 pound boy Charlie is the proudest man in town Bro Ison pastor at this place preached two Interesting sermons nt the Moth oil ita churcltSllndny Bros W B and Willis Lykins of Grassy preached at the Wells school house last Saturday and Sunday W C Kendall the silver tongued ora tor of the mountains says he is in it for the nomination for county attorney Look here are you never going to bring confidence over this way Cant Henry Pieratt bring us a barrel or ec What say you Henry Wo hnvo exercised and exorcised and no confidence yet You know we were told as soon ns McKinley took his sent it would come around nil right April b IGTol Consolation Chit Arminta Gillaspio lots moved to Her bert Nickell Two Mormon preachers wore the guests of R D Motley Thursday night What hns become of Wingless that we have the chat no more Move out CapIsaac Gillaspic of Torrent is visiting the family of Greenville Taulbeo this week Barnett Blnnkenship started this morn big to oversee the big sawmill at Buck creek Dr W L Gcvcdnn will preach nt Consolation church Saturday nt 3 oclock und Sunday nt 11 oclock Tas Blankcnship of Vortex was in Consolation neighborhood this week visiting relatives and friends April fi Tin DRAKE Ezol Exotics Miss Little 1icratt of II G A is nt home to spend a week with her parents Election passed off quietly at this place giving linger 78 majority to Bry ans 109 last November Carl Kash and James Davis while boat riding Monday evening were com pletely capsized but fortunately made their Way to the shore R A Hord nnd Morton Pieratt of Maytwn two II G A students were in oJr little city Monday prospecting Well well we shall not say any mere TCnmie Daniel who is attending the normal school at Morehead peat last w with his parents at Ezel Ho re tuMs today accompanied by his sister MM Eddie who will matriculate for the re alnder of the term I pril 0 OK t eo IIMIIM Mish Eliza Henry of Ezel wu visit log Miss Rose Sample Sunday and Monday T Whole number of votes cast at the iiioiackwnter I precinct was 208 Uager receiving 148 and Atkinson 45 Her Frank Thomas of West Liberty was visiting in town last week in the interest of his candicacy Ho is not claiming to have been brought out by his many friends but is running on his own merits Hope for better weather after the pri mary Saturday There is but little do ing roads almost impassable sidewalks down and partly washed away The ladies of our town have taken the lead in improving the streets etc Ono of the ladies borrowed our wagon last week to haul coal for tho church So wo are beginning to have confidence again with most of our men electioneering that were brought out by their friends and cant afford to be beat See April 6 WINOLESS For gale Ia Easy Toms One hundred and four acres of land more or less situated on GrcenbryJr creek on the Camargo pike three mile from Mt Sterling Good dwelling and tenement house and all necessary out building Apply to- MBA HENRY WELCH Wt SUrlicf Ky K tlLA True Hctare How sad how heartrending the f thoughtI Tho wIckedn04 wretched nets of the human race r Degenerate des r generate That which when creation was complete God designated as tho I crowning glory of creation seems to bo falling faster and faster and deerervaid deeper into the awful pit of wretchedness and destruction Around every human being cluster grand and glorious opportunities In this world are noble and sublime missions to flllaulln tho various spheres of life all have an oppor f trinity to perform a momentous and + magnificent work Into the bosom of all Is instilled the spirit of manliness and goodness rise the spirit of wretchedness nnd wickedness Sad and Jiorriblo occurrences are bo dimming txo sunshine and marring the beauty of the lives of thoso who would live in bliss sublime and contentment A son or a daughter n brother or a sister a relative or u friend has disregarded tho teachings ofn father mid a mother into tho paths of folly and sin OhtI it is n son a darling son 1 rAnd father la ments mother mourns brothers nnd sis ters weep Grievous loving tears r They havo not the desired ellect The unruly hardhearted wayfaring son gives no heed to the copious shedding of thoao loving tears realizes not the bitter pangs of heartbrokenness and onward and on ward and downward and downward ho plunges into the deepest throes of folly amidslim ruin and destruction Oh tho cruel wretched son The spirit of de mons haunt him in his midnight slumbers and ghosts stare him in time eyes Parents entreat supplicate tho wild reckless son goes on from worse to worse in folly mid sin sowing his wild oats DoeR ho reflect Yes finally so Uo looks back over tho field of his wild onts Everything cornea up clearly before his ojrcs It presents n picture with na charms beauty or attraction It isau unsightly picture blackened with tho clouds of folly and sin Poor weary sindiseased soul Far far away from thin flowery paths of manliness and good ness Ho weeps ho sobs ho meditates ho dreamt His mind runs back to his parents and ho thinks of tho sorrow and misery his wild unpretentious sinful career has given them It is one bit too late too late r Ho has wornno troubled their lives away and they now sleep their sleep in tho and silent cemetery lonesomojj Now bereft of his dearest only friends tho tears begin to dry up and Satan retempera his heart Ho coitinuea in degredatlon and sin Tears have been shed prayers offered in his be half but ho has slammed away his day of grace The death summons is given accompaniedPith and down and down into the lake of Ire sad brimstoie that burns eternal Take waning oh you wild reckless disobedient boys I Dont spend your life away la idleness drunkenness disobedience theft burglary and all manner of evil Dont spend it away in degradation folly and sin The end of such lives is tor mont and destruction Be obedient and heed the advice of your parents Then crime will cease Then parents will be happy Then tho stars will once again sing together in their glory time angels of heaven shout a glorious jubilee and the people will rejoice as they never did beforeCampton Ky BKKJ SEWELL The convict as n road maker linn been the subject of some controversy but on the whole hue been fairly well admitted that the one was the solution of the other Time warden at one of tho New York state prisons taking advantagoojtime enforced idleness on jthe part of many fconvict owing to a recently passed law If8topplnggoods used them on the roads of the vii AiT = Jagowltbof course but ono reluJtt J good roads Two bills are now on theiriway to become laws of that state which will enable wardens ito put convicts at tJi work on tho roads in the vicinity of two flstate prison Wltk the object Ieaeoaut I I whlck these exawplee will faai kie iiAto 64hoped tttkeklljhtoil 7 10 11 ilL + tgRefrek tiV 1 Jrt 4hrMrIn 4 icyd I MPai f1 ttJ1i 1 fII t- t i ili ti 1J w 41 ips I I r w L KY INTROUBLE i ttori parHon from my son waY OlltoUlt VLtny ol heart Is heavy as an anvil In Ip my breast To think the boy whose futur I hail OflCCtim jk so proudly planned fhollid wander from the pllth o right an v coma to Rich an emit I toll hIm when ho left us only three short I ycnra tgomHed fine himself aplowln In a mighty crooked row Hed miss his fathers counseh nn ho mothcrn prayorn too But he said tile farm wnn hateful an ho cucnacd hod have to go I know thnrs big temptation for a young ster In thu west Uut I be llovod our illlly hnd the courage to 11IAn whn ho loft I warned him o the over wnltln Biinrcs a hat liD llko hidden aanlnta In iIfca jialh way uverywhersIClint Bill an allowed JIcd htilld a reputation that d make usI mighty iroudvHut It nil my faded from lila mind An luWuLtCtI Ills VchowstTintrocky rOd But piheadAn In tho dust ud wailer his ol duddysI honored nntnoq Jlo writes from out In Denver an the Htorys mighty Mhort just cnnt toll 1114 mother Itll crush her 1 jioor old iiearthI An so 1 partton you might the nowa 10 hOI IJIll In tho IcKlslutur but he doesnt say lAliut furMDenver 1ost TII IB PUVgU OK LOVE I IIV AXXA MIIHIlm 11 ever ti spoiled baby grew to ai tpoilud child and BO to a spoiled iiiiin thatI baby buy and man mrin11lit thc lustmentioned stage about the time Clarence Parker readied lila twenty Jlfth year ills luther left t hsune of rarlhly change when Clarence was a- crcwlng i youngster of two years andI liis mother tlie sweetesttempered lit tit wumuii to be found immediately Iouuituiieed a system of indulgence ad iiintbly calculated to make a milksop o her only son ntul the lick to his la thers large eLite- SThat ho tliil not grow up vicious wu I probably due to thu fact Unit he Ink ly idolized hln mother and would not liavc grieved her for tiny amount of tfclfgrntlllcntlon Also It intuit he von Jet ed because hu WitH too indolent to euro to neck pleasure that did not fullI across his path He had been educated 13 n private tu v tor till ho entered college had gnidu tIed there and traveled through Hu 4 rope with Ills innther Mrs Parker viia a little woman ai LJIICIU mite beside her tall stnlwurt ton who culled her by a thousand pet ill vjmlnutlvc names in half n doen Ian JTguugcs She was bineeyed fairhaired i It 4 vjiwl daintily pretty neat to the extreme rit nicety gentle lowvoiced and ex iiUUcly femininei yet withalI withI ai 4 wellstured mind and an intellect that liimle her a charming companion cunI for hu collegeHedged hUll Many nI I kuttor IiUtI tried to will her from her nIt devotion lint in vain All acrlove I that wail not her honM was burled in hltf fntlicrV grave antI tdiu never put oil till Nil grays purples and jicutral1 thits of ICCOIII u19urnlll hittI liny orc pull rose In honor of tin oeea l Ionshe would 8y Unt at U5 Mar Ynco hml never given her occasion to think of the pink roue j l havu said hu wos upoUcd anti in a tgIJlfIIIH he yuti tWUhoirt any vi clous tendencies ho lacked tie ainbik lion aiul energy that nIl the attribute IrotlgIIIApollo ho wna content 141 iawdle through life spending his iitslICQIIIU upon dress jewelry opera Lid K cts u wellappointed equipage nod the means of n lay u cless existence And Ids mother proud of his beauty his pot1 iiimto herself asked no inure Hut she was u truly loving woman and when Clarence was 5 was willing to concede her throne in his lUcctlunsM to a younger stronger love the love that would brighten her sons life with home happiness when her scepter wns in tho coIHn And halt proudly unit regretfully khe recognized the fact that the ideal of womanhood he had founded upon her example made him Tar too fastidious in his iutcieouVBe with the girls of mod ern society A loud voice annoyed him A lirukqtiv n unncr ds uutctl him When 1 find n young lady ns gentle rpUncd untl lovely as yourself inndrc nla he would aay1 will move heav en ind earth to win her Until then ilet i me tnjoy my liberty J iiItrRj Parker wair preparing for her anntinl ret luovsV to tier country = citVS Jlijl when n rotlctTcaeJiied licrlrdiii her cousin and lLIetoimg friend In t tRtI J y djiujiterfnr a rewmnontLkLwneic Avas upO I Into lie Weit I lc wrote 7 ruJJ jo non tITR14m teaflc tat OV I Vlantna tltII11 iii I t i V L wtoasittur lioapltallfy r her I a lutirtyf j uziL Jdo not ilc to leave ti lore aloiifc Will you uidd to your klnd4 a by using the Inclostd check for herYsn Wo havo llvvd In tills lonely neclusln HO 10n hgtiro will bo ntartllncly primitive an shu has no frlcada hum to help her miuctno ilnery lucre was much more read aloutoan Uareiiec with this eXIlllnutlou herWtwbenwealthy and n man of learning bU IIJ1Ul1l110ncJ I 0jj tend Myra to a good school and let h tillchildl l I lie ve they have been inseparable romII her babyhood She hilet me see she must be 1J Clarence made n grminneeleWhen does she cOllie he asked kuuIII I meet hermitCertainly And at the appointed time In a fault SH suit of summer gray MrI Clarence 1arker drove his carriage and coal black horses to Ithe deKit The train ns just Iin and he watched the passen gers stream by till one answered lihwj his nAI ry handsome in n dnrl southern dressed1 IIn 11It t ti w liitlIj flSt him to tho dressingroom with a ey graceful stei and poise of her glorious head eminently suggestive ofr country life In the svestaShe is n perfect tiqunw Clarence thoughtl slowly following tier to the ues room The nextt momentI grace fully bowing ho nsletllHave I the pleasure of greeting Miss 1In Delano my cousin ClAhshowing Itwo dn7ling rows of teeth In nI IIsmile of frank pleasure Is Cousini C ouhiruMyI mother lIs at Chest mud Hill limit I In tiaeof town ShallI I take the checks for Vllllr llMLflH l V I LeIswered could we get something to eatI Ii Ilv lie the trunks arebuiiigcarritulontV HereI I I could drhe you to a quiet er mes I nil rn ut- i nNoI 1 whale 1 am so starved I have LintI n Imtitluihinee yesterday uooiutThere was no resisting such an ap P eealt Um depotI restaurant and offered his cousin the bill of fare It being one ot iuiLgreat points III Icmlnlne perfection tutu ththu appetite should be delicate mini iiliiccding coaxing he was absolutely altCkClm indlKcriminate jumbleVof provisions s v onld have made his motlicr ill Corn month but Alyni heartily enjoyed 1 steak eggs eolTeo pie rolls cakesILoysters anything and everything ii SIthe waiter put it before tierIShe was not rude did not eat with her knife or lingers but she hind not one of till little dainty tricks of mUllI ner that made Mrs Parkers ruihlo ctiI ItIllwtlei ho charmingI and Clam iiec trlI ilng with his own Iluncheon tlondered 1 ilt III six meals he could cat aslmueh t sIiOWII mind he christened her q out tl ioimghi lie muis far t Ccrto10thcIAI l I IICIjI 1 t1 I orIlieUblcoI llcalIcretioeii IVIII no ar iOACLUIdItVf fttuutduUt4 nuteI huotigli tic i u lIbtlllllIe ttUII Igloves her stout leather boots II 1111tldll I IIn his Sirst hour uuIuIkn with his ltnc r he implored her to buy sumac t1rCIilIor their gtiest that were not twtk t loijoI And Mrs Parker1 utterly 0Ii svlmeLtuuctI11throwIIe h suddenly burdened with uiiwuntctl V I Krpnsibillly first lucre was u dull light to settle between lucillii her ovI French maid and Myrnt 6 Uut tnadame the dresses ncvari will ill ncvure if maint elle will not wear Ie corset or let me make ze lIt11 the multi would protest I cannot breathe ull pressed up so Cousin tlani Myrn would memoIi titrate I should sUIte In an hour it was dltlleult to compromise but Mrs Parker by exercising the patience oral gentleness natural to tier finally presented MyraI with a wctLeLios en wardrobe that gave her time freedom of lungs and movement she craved anil yet set oil the magnificent llgure I The girls own utter Ignorance of i dress nmaed the little woman of fash lUll She found that a halfyvarly visit to the nearest town an order to theI drcsnmkcr to make warm dresses Ifor winter and cool ones for summer cum pulsed lIra itloa of tlress Scrupu Unisly cleanly she was absolutely withI tail vanity atHtits pleased na n eh to note the improvement In her 100 j rodueed l Yu becoming arrangement of her abundant raven hair ami thei tasteful brooch of bright color In hert tuatcfully appointed dress The lInt time Clarence sow her In It dress of bluek silk tinsuo with a Uajdi of vivid eriuut re undjtheret nt hunir I throat iu tbrnldsj of l the sash and sleeve knutu lie WUM ubso ty tiuiucd at her beauty Lt oultbu wan not biieli u savage he thought regretfully lint there wtis not one hour of the timmy ut stun did not jar upon his fast idlolib ideas He rode with her at her request d told his mother confidentially that he never Iimagined anything but Indian or u circusrider could so man age u horse Jle snug with her and found that he must actually exert himself to prevent his deep baritone notes being ovcrpow ketcd by her ringing powerful voice full of sweetness tumid music but utterly tin cultivatedI I j He found tier In the garden driving the gardener distracted by her critl clsiim upon his plants and proving all I tie r theories by transferring roots with her own hands to spots of her own se ctionw lucre they Invariably unproved j lie caught her in the woods practlc g withi u revolver shootingi nt a mark m she pathetically told him she was out of practice and only hit her mark I times in nine 1 l suppose there h no shooting to be jhd lucre sue said dolefully ami then describedI hunts she had taken with her falhor in the far western woods and rIbs ns if shooting deer amid squirrels t3e everyday affairs in a young ladys lfd iery tiny Clarence found some rejudlee rudelyI shoclctlllllli everyday e uund new fascination I in Myrus so cICt There trims ummi iriesist I he cliii iiui III Ithe ery frankness of her muiuicr the larllg of her movements thatt were trec is a childs hut never awkward or brut She was absolutely ignorant of alt feminine pursuits knew nothing Ojg seting housekeeping or the number I less 111C0111 ill ishimuieii Is thnt made Mrsl Iarketso fascinating And yet she had nn instinctiveI avoidance of any uncouth rude speech or act As Clarence once toll1 his mother she was thorough Ily gentlemanly She told MrsI Parker uec Ima sudden lit of shamefaccdness for her ignorance of womanly duties unt she never knew a lady tier father was not Willing l10 have her associate with the farmers wives or their tlui ugh ts and their only servant was an old sailor who cooled for them All sew ug was dime Iin town and sent out toI tthemh mid when the garments needed mending theyvcie sent to the orphan syluini Am I Icry dreadful slue asked In irfeel sincerity You lire not at till dreadful BillI I1 uinkh it would please your father I if you some womanly accomplibh ments I could make him more comfortable 1 never knew what n dreadfully rude home we have till I came lucre Our lpiano is IIn the kitchen and papas books rc everywhere 1 dont suppose young j ridillghahltt Iheir own rooms but T have nil of these As for workboxes nnd crochetneedles I never owned either one or the other jHilt I if you willI I I teach me Cousin CInrn- II will learn to sew tumid cook unit make home pleasant And Cousin Clara won from the flrsi by the bright beautiful1 girl willinglyI titught her till she wished to learn IItI was only in turret snatches she could learn SewingI worried her cookingI aint tiered her housekeeping accounts lbothered tier Vet gradually she was toning down Only time spirit of niiiaeliief possessed her when Clarence was near Knowing rll his fastidious tastes allI I his indolentt dilettante ways she delighted to jar upon the one and shake him out of the other She roused a new 1111111 t ion iin his mindI Iby lieu keenlypointed satm ensms at his elYciuu I atm I e pliruits Shc halliMigcd him to races shooting matches pedestrian Itrips nnd fairly drove him about by time laughing lash of her witty tongue It was curious to note how they cairnt l I ngIunmanly t ot soften g masculine Itraits xvliile time littlec wingedj god of love hid laughingi mm- iiluspedtetI heithcrMrs Parker found him out Mm lov ing Clarence above nil else on earthiher qmuIeIthe 11III I h thatgivluig him an erecttnrrlngc a hew light of eneugy In hi Sgrcn I tIn rkmimi uddttl illtelct InI lie nnttlrs of lila own fortune setIiu1 I for eiutitiuil5 1 beimeilt where It might now toothers us AndrcaltlllJdidlIutl suspect Mrs Parker extilled In lieu heart to see howtl wntmether free frank jnture to the yoke of love RofJcnlnuUr manner toning down hV joyous tnging olec training tier hands to xiinanly work theIclimeftrtjNcw York for the mutslUIlwlIIIfamily lint tint just returned He ctimc for MyraI IctoJ ithisI Voat nib nskVdI I turnlidI roomkst I rlifemmmiinVI1 iwlll 111010011 j 1100ac1i tl hricr lUiuittIH hc UtoItu wl UusI lookIn1miItwith tier when i am w l w t L gone lie saul half sadly add when Clarence came to him to win his con sent lo wed Myru he received him curIdliilly and gladly j I It will be lonely in the old home I cII thIS11I01iUIneed you here she pleaded and j Mrst Piirker indorsed time em I loutcuAfter the wedding of the young folks nnd their homecoming to tIme new j theirIi I j ti eIlti I tf luhlIi j I j p1 51 Ii IOu of years They missed theI child who had been the ccntet of all l luc for each and talking often ol their n Llullonely heirts Into close CIIIIII1I11 II lUll until Myra a uulkiumg in upuii her hus band one morning iiiiiounced I Claire I have been o ace yuur moth I I HIItIHICbSWclII I I whoIl I I thelcIiol a word t is I it settledI Yes They insist upon a quiet wed ding I in church mid we nun cease to fret tiny longer about either one or the otherI missing you or me It was quite true The power of lou t limit had so softened and improved Myral o ennobled Clarence laid drawn the ilL bitterness of their early widowhood i ffrom tIme hearts of John Delano und1 Clara I Parker and shed benign Ilight over two happy lluilCSNj Ledger STRANGE VISION linn II SIIccllI oinn n In lailla from u Colnafi IlltcI Atm Knglisli woman of assured socialI IIWII jl IHIilllI I ul l I heIL 1 i Country sue hi ought with her a most te I IIII only persona I reputationt ot the narrator ml the one other pur on concerned entitles it to considcra lion The i IuhoI lcclntInorthwestern IIndia time sisters aroi connected with families of undoubted1 1t reiute botii in India and EnglandI i lie narrators sister was seated at iiI tlblu reading one evening when hap pening to lift her eyes from her bookii uhe aIchair before her and between herself und time door to tIe nut lu lUom a manii leCllnlcdhCIli to speak mimi tlemand who was thus iIntruding unbidden upon lien privacy1 naiL what was wanted Sill remained fcr a moment in silent astonishment hciIII t at time llgure was probably not that ol u person ot real llcsh and blood hut a visitor from the I tlbluei child seen a similar figure under eir cmiistnnccx which seemed to preclude the idea that it was any person IlillillI the hotly and in later yearn in revolx lug those circumstances she haiti re mcinbcred how the apparition lund nilei t little while faded awns into iiivisihilI Ii ityvConcluding thatI this visitor also wm not a person of Ilesh anti blood she sal silently gazing nt the silent object while the hitt ruder whoever 01 whatever he was Slit also in silence steadilyI re gnrding lien JustJ how long this sLit 1lof things lasted the ladymIld not ac ciirately know but it wus probably not strangerbeganI ncr personalI presenci untilt in a mo much t 01 two he had vanished quite jivnv She laud been vaguely eon clous that in a minute or so after shu InuMlr it jlttdogsI nnuther room Il hnd been her inmriI able custom Ito take II bath at this t himII ifi time evening after which she liberal ii the dogs As the animals on thh evening were making such u trcmcndI otis and unwonted lido site opened fie door of the adjoining room to see whatI v as exciting them They tl f net dart et to till minor of the uathrooiu This their mistress oponcd in tiiri lo nee u huge cobra on the Hour I lie tsnaUe whose bite is certain death The rep tile raUcd its Lead angrily tutu t uupui cut hy became afraid of the dogs and wriggled through n hole ii the toor aim ii escaped Jtut for the appearance of the MMpevmitural visitor she would un- donbtcdly have gone directly to her bath Jrom the reading table and would l bittenlvmh1hmc I t I UClJyVJ1 parchment I i i conferring upon him the title DeI I fender of tho FnlthWUti bought a number of thoIiermnn 1 111111i I III to the ancestor of time famous duke of I l 111I IontlonicJcI upI lbtierIHlIchuEcr3ChicngoJ c Time finest needles arc about one i Inch 8cwlngwltbI one a j half to two Juclica in length DEACONS MADE TO ORDER How it llurnl Illluoln ConitrcKntloH Was Forced to Act Down on the Fccntonicn river in the little town of Harrison HI there iitu been wild excitement the last month over the trial the conviction nnd the Incarceration in oliet prison of Mars Pnrmelce of JJockfortl These two croyttIICIimon The little municipality of lIur risen is not as long nor ns wide um- sther Kockford or Chicago but n viUj Inge store a schoolhouse an inn and i town pump are enough tumid serve at least to form the lout I corners About tthree or four years ago I hun4 town of HnrrisDii had no church the uuslY I inclinedI being obliged to travels r matter of three or four miles to Itlioi nearest meeting house which belongcil to the Methodists Harrison began to feel its religious limitations After much talk over thej barrels in time village store and thai quilting frames in the best rooms of time homesteads a massmeeting was eallcdjfj where it was foundI to be not only tlij wish but time settled Intention of tlitfI people to build a church without UeJ nomination 11 The subscriptions were liberal ground was procured and broken anti soon carpenters tutu painters hud done their worst III the way of the modern villngo church However if not esthetic the edllice was eminentlyt practical and con I wlnctlai good II lid ellceIoom parlor tnd n kitchen wncre the esctitea canned oyster was to be drowned III thel milky way common to all churchci There was also a line shied where the bonnies and buggies were to be hitched for this was III the untibieycle days No sooner done than the good people of Harrison discovered that they hnd a leviathan on their hands in the sluipe ofl a broad and liberal Cospel ship un llieered manned by no crew and bound for no purl Another meeting will called nnd it was decided that llrst nnd foremost they must he denominational A vote determined that it was thai beumsmIic of time townspeople that theirS become a Congregational one The followingi day when Iit was tllsj covered that there were no Congregij t bunt I lsts Iin the villageI I except two of1 three women IIhe church question wail more muddled than ever M Plainly nothing could he done wntilS some Coitgiegiitional timber was u udR Accordingly word was sent to Itockforfj to a sister church and straightway itje lpastor and four good brothers went oiiQ to Harrison to organize a revival among the number being Marcus Paff melee who at that time manifested h s IjThefill and swept over the Itown and fu ruM llike a smart prairie thc in dry wcathqrj The little church soon hnd olllcers nail atdphet i school director was noj forced to IxjSj come a pillar of Ithe church as wellnij of the state The live good men rct turned to their homes ami the Koroey what conscious newlymade dcaeonsoK the newlymade Hiurcli joined with is neighboring town Iin n callI to an aetivy otuimg clergyman of their own fuitlir9 Chicago Triiiuin HceliiMr II ugh tSide t I V The lenses of the eye produce on Jw l f100lwIIn T ii rigftitles I uvrnrgliles I t o tr7liemeans of images on Ithe retinaI Thltj t accomplished by means of an optic alI just rmuuumciu t which excluded from tbeJ t iinsetihuromugliI dlrumeiit was adjusted to the eyes at WIStlIut CilI s emed topsyturvy and illusoryi I i amll Ithe mind lush imet I Iveiv tried to imagine objects to be I in time position in which they ordinarily appear After u line h however tIme feeling of unreality of what was seen passed away and the iperson experimented on even began to Iimagine everythingI that lay outsiders tlehl of vision to be arranged in tho slime way as what he saw This goes to show IHint habit and experience coun teract tlie effect of the inversion of limage III the eyes Youths Como jpanion TliiMi Hit 1rojXMrtl They lund looked sonlfully into each others eyes for some time but seine how he didnt seem to come to the poillt1 lhieiu suthtleniy hue iuiumihe ii tlIK overy You have your mothers beautifult I eyes he said tolpinytitherloellj Inside of 30 minutes uigmgemeati 3i IliplennntOuur f Inn frighttrill tuutuI lou Mr Quarterday One of thtJwalls tins OtlhllhcHLandlowl Ha Theu1 t lie house U and yourcntPlillaulebphja L b1 J t 11 J l nlI 4m T IB I1Ai 0 Hazel Groan Haarsays Kappenlngs 0Milt linger of Mngoffin was in stir I midst Sunday j Mrs J H Thompson has been quito I sick for n few days G B Swango was able to go the polls on Monday nl dote The Wolfo county court of claims is in WMion at Cumpton MM F N lav ill ale to be up and about her household duties Four new boarders at the home this week and six matriculates school Pomp Kendall and JOMI Lawson were guests of the Day HoiHo Monday night I Rlpringhas come and with it fishing time and croquet games Hurrah for Cloth J It Thompson is now taking an in 11voico of the logs at the mouth of Still water J The Haut et Hon society will give an entertainment at the academy Friday evening Ambrose Nickell iis seriouslyI ill nt his home at Leo City but we do out know his 1I1111II1 Whittling Uilly Swango it buying tip j An nice bunch of cattle for the Mt Kter Itf ling market eo in John II Taulheo came over from Iiii White Oak on busines last week IIlIdfl i V urned 11 fir IIYIen Mrs Lucy Clark iis cniiiiicdl to her bed with in I lliiiaaialory rheumatismi j Cumin Alexander thee enterprising I merchant of Daysboro was in our town for a few hours Tuesday IA ri Wills 11111wilt of Maytmvn IwereI I IIof this place lust Saturday j i Hon W 0 Mie who iis lit Campion I telephoned Tuesday that Milt lingers j majority in this county is 101 W II It ark a pupil of tl 11trims called to his hume in Magollin county i Sunday as his mother iis quite sick Dr J M ICash returned homo MOII day from White Oik whore he hutllllellii tt sec his nunhtor Mrs Knima Mon D S Godscy IhlIIill man of I Torrent spent Sunday with hia wife and H td as clerk of the election Monday i T J Daniel of Mourchead acmlpmy was in town last Friday and Siturday Tom has a hankering after IirjrifN n Pries Rovers JJ T Powtr Ulna 11111i Fred 11 Curm irk lord Jim Young miidej a flying trip to Campton last Saturday nlldlIJ I CtrL nt the II G A last Friday night MM Hello Godsev contemplates a visiti to the blue grass sunn Sic will visit Mt Storting timid Lexington and may start this week I churchdoccupied the pulpit at the Christian church nn last Stiodrmyevening His sermon teas well taken I J Richmond Deltas the enterprising merchant at Mizc with his wife spent Sunday with Mrs DcHuska father and mother Dr and Mrfl Tan I bee j Mrs Tarries and her two daughters j Misses Virgie and Etta who have been quite sick are much better nod we trust i j will soon bo restored to perfect health I I Gordon Wells it Co who have been running n store on Laurel in this cOlin I ty last Monday sold to II F Iicratt Co of this place their entire stock and j quit busineRsII time IL G A at this place left here Monday morning for his home near 5pcucer where he will attend to bls 1 home duties 1 1We learns from the Kiddville cones 1 1pondent to tho Winchester Sun that G C Williams who graduated at H G A last year has gone to Lotto Mo to teach school 1 bliss Rosa Salytr a ulster of Miss Hello Salycr who lives with Mr and I Mrs Mizo arrived hero Tuesday dIfrom Ticktown in Montgomery eenillgII j and will make this her future V The program for the teachers claws IN tat present physiology on Monday civics m Tuesday history on Wednesday U arithmetic nn Thursday and grammar on- t Friday Thirty two teachers have en rolled in this bias YM r I t i i I l t l I j i J t t l j j I I i j t I I I i r u 1rr u Miss Fnnnlo Gay Inpjels was called linmo on Jnst Saturday morning by tele gram to be at the bedsidel other mother She had just started for Torrent when a second telegram came to Viii11 Cord stating that her mother was dead Miss Ingels arrived at her home in Paris about noon Sunday 1 and her mother was interredoa Ticr ny afternoon Miss Ingcla ninny pnpUn and friends andwilhII Oliiintances lure deeply sympathise her in this trying hour and prny Gods strengthening grace to rest upon her In her absence from tho academy Mrs Cord hits charge of the music class The attention of our readers iis espec sally directed to an advertisement in today il ne under thecaption of Death J 11 DeBusk Co the enterprising merchants at Mizo Ky lire slaughtering high prices on tinny articles of house holdcuusunnptionund in thisissiie quote a few A careful perusal of their ad may save you much if you wish to tale advantage of their low prices Give theta a trial surd lie convinced On liit Saturday IViMiinjr a ernwdof tho Hael Green rnd IIII UHOlIIl young folks betook themselves to the river fort fishing game timidall went merry as a inariiugo hill except the poor full Ohl YI Editor nut we must confess that the crown numbered more than the full which we caught iWill II urns topics for sermono nn Sunday morning and evening lire The Christians Iripdtit 11 a in and I Hwwnns for Illkill the nyIIIf Life at 730 p m It iis especially doslrfd TheiKtudy the Ihth chapter of Acts A telephone inessiige received here Tuesday morning announced the death IuhllIof Kroen creek on Monday Mr anil Mrs KVMIIS lit once left for Cumpton to be lit the funeral u Quito a number of tIll pupils of the IL G1 areaway frim fchuol this week visiting their unities while sumo an at- tundingthe lections in Murgan comity Most of the a sent ones will return next Monday and rciiniu mi ditty till June Hub Dickon who ill lit prtsent sojourn lug at Vtst Liberty spent Siturday and Sunday visiting friends in MasH Grcii The fad iis there is an attraction fu- rliudin this town that mngiieti7es him and Iii lilacs to be miignotd IIhllt hacking cough iis undermining isppioeynurstrenytl1rl Thisi is one of tIll nn t valuable icinedics Illf modern times for coughs colds and liiiiiiiliiili l triuiUix riarlV KijMr who driniis trade fur C I1 Tracy ft Co the snot and sine men of Portsmouth Ohio passed through hero Tuesday en route for Campion at d stated that Morgan county gave linger dill majority Gordon Wells having sole his store nti Huiidy will start anew at Torrent curd iis a master lean when it comes to danc tug or business enterprites Jn fnct lies the innslcrrflt man we know in both casesMrs Frank Johnson rJLacy creek will please accept the thanks of the edii tor and his betters for a nice mess of pie plant or rhubarb It makes awful good table HISS this time of the year Mrs Lou iayiis lbeautifying tho yard in connection with her hotel with some tastily arranged lower beds in which isho will plant flowers of tho most beautiful colors and perfume IWill Colvin representing Trimble Bros Mt Sterling way interviewing our merchant yesterday on the state of the grocery trade tide Sunday enabled Ing men to IThe nearly all their timber J T in getting out nearly all of his log- sJudge Swango who hits beets hick for a week or ten days was ablo to be on the streets Tuesday but is still quite feeble Crushed cum and cob is sow tho fa vorite feed for milk cows in this section Several of our farmers have crushers IM ward Tuulbce left yesterday for a visit to Hrvathitt county in which he will combine business and pleasure IJim Finch made a flying trip to Mont county Monday and returned Tuesday Our friend Nelson Nickell will please accept our thanks for a delicious dish W T CHikcy made a flying business trip to Campion Tuesday I I Vfc is to notify you that if flllS will pay Cash for goods F 1 torah tC Co will not bo undersold A trial is all task 0II i i iiSAYI t j Wo are in need of sonic money Do you owo us a note or account If so call at once aril pay part if not nil and savo us tlio trouhlu of gentling a collector to v nr houo i VOU MUST HEED grHls I CALUIiI I if ji As wn aro compolleil to raise money to pay fur goods you liuvc lung since consumed Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future favois we remain OF THE PEOPLE i ifRIENDS I PIHRArri CO HAZEL GREEN KY Ju u f oooooaaoooaoooaaaaotacacraonNORMAL fc bAA v J Jk j A INRIPAMtAIOYI bgQ Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kenhckrb I THE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN 1 18 MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 Ix g vJxoLoUGJx nEVXEW ig Of the Public School Course will be given Hero IIs nn opportunity lo prepare O for the Examinations for Teachers Perth cotessa o O V Studies in thl Ikgulnr Course niny be taken without extra cojtO + 4 IpTuition for tho Ten Week 500 Matriculation 100 i 4 Koard 2000g i WEntor on the 20th iSI WM H CORD Principal oopppppopppopopppoooopopopppppppQpoopoppopooppppopc nauA n1 yf ROSE DAVISOP- RAcrrICAIO 4 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY y AGOSS1WY tip ntronlzo1I0llleJMjgpMN THE HOKSK SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE ar5 employ only skilled Inhnr every man being an artist in lib specialty and your work iis respectfully solicited kF i l Kcul n fill II 01- I dud S oiiaclts S IJf l lrrJweler and Watchmaker IiiJ Bl1 1 ltuteliesieuclrei- E1 fII SpecialtyAS 11ncplirlng Fine Watches and Gold Syoctaolos a anythinginFine Silverware see usi ii We can save you big money I b jrvw r+ ro r Ifco o A 1v= oo sussnwwswww r rww MMVenJM7 DEATH ka When It rifer In the end of our enrthlv career lias a hnrrlliln snap l to any lintI Uin ttMilmly Rut In tin sense we nun It It ref rs to the aniillillaili n of high prices mill niukVs everybody happy especially in loud times See our prices on a few ttnplrs Arbuckle Coffee 160I per pnuiiil Only i GCperI I 950AllluIIi Ladioo Good G G Shoes C11hileSODA4CPIE PEACHES 100I poundI cnn only AP- I1OCpoundI I a r ROPEQOofiO i MEAL SACKS IKbushel ilrc JLUl CUPS10c KprAll Other Goods In Proporthn When you want Durgntns you can bo gratified by calling on 4it L J IEEIUS 1 COI r MIZE KENTUCKY 1 1 0 i I Merchantable Produco taken in Exchange for Goods otherwise Cash f tt ite iltThE REAT BJ1 NESS TRAINING SCHOOL SOUTH = rl913rrtrf9 WlIlllp lrIA a7rh I i AICOMNEH010 iY TMiw UrIJ N Ora coals f THE COUNTRY MtBTHHI M10GuaiouRARLTR E Iti1JIft lii d1I r rr THE THEgins ADYEKTttlK H BALD I uII L N 1 1 ifs tit 1 lItJ i f j I J THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher AzEI GREEN t t i RY A FABULOUS SNAKE OF CHINA i llurvo loins Report Coiuvriiliitr the 1rovlncv of Yimmiii In this country gold lust IH found In great quantities that IH to say hiI tliu rivers and hikes while in this nioiiiitilii gold In nlNO found In pieces of larger Hlxe laid IH Indeed so abundant that they give one sagglo of gold for only HX S of the same weight in Kilvpr And for Final change they me the porcelain F shellsuH mentioned before These ar- epnot found In the country however tint arc brought from IIndia 4In this provlifce are found sunkcx Anti grout serpents of Kiieh vast size aH jfo strike tear Into those who set them Nrrind NO hideous that the very account of roust excite till wonder of those who hear It I will tell you how lung lull big they are You may bo assured that some of them 4 arc ten purees In length sonic ore more and some less And in hulk they ore it equal to n great caskI for the bigger ours an about Ion 111111111111 girth The1 liead Is very big The mouth Is large to swallow n man whole and iis ftenoughG i with great pointed teeth t And In short they are so Mere looking 1 and so hideously ugly that every man t and beast must Ktand In fete and trem t bllng of them J hue arc also HIllIlIItIl i ones snob as of right paces long and of five and of one pace only The WilY in which they are caught is 1 his aoulivu underground becamu of the grew tthentI I nuri1 I I I IVUIK and hikes and spring And their weight is NO great that when thy rinkasIhyR gelat furrow in tin soil as If a full tun of tip liquor hall been dragged along Now the huntsmen who go after then take them by a certain gin trap which they rot in the trill over which the serpent has passed knowing that the beast willI come back in the same way They plant a stake deep In the ground and his on tin head of this a sharp blade of l1t1llIIlItll like u razor or u lanve point thud then they cover the whole with sand so thatt the serpent cannot see it Indeed tin huntsman plants several such stakes and blades on the track On coming to the spot the boast strikes against the iron blade with such force that IItt enters Ids breast told rives cuts him no that he dies on tilt spot and the crows on seeing the brute dead begin tu caw anti then the huntsmen know that sc11rcyh ur him This then Is till way there beasts an pr1cectto1 this sells at a great price for you inns mow It fnrnlslies the material I fur a must preciousl medicine Thus If a per FUll is bitten by a mad dog and they jtliiJinedlelneH 11IIIlIIIIjI of the skin and applies n Snail juantity- tif 1 this gall he shall speedily be cured Bo you sec why It sells at such n high price serpentfor1 nre very fUlltioC It And when these rerpents are very hungry sometimes they will seek out the lairs of lions or bears or othor largo wild beasts and tie Four their cnbs without the sire or dam being nhle to prevent It mireI if they catch the big ones themselves they devour them too they can make no resistance Noah llrooks in St Richohis Soft Aiuwrrnu There is n soft answer which IUtSII wrntIiOnnt rago nil the more Intense because it cannot bo expressed How very quiet and dull this wh Icr lint been said Mrs lliglillyer who in her own estimation was an im portant member of the smart net 0 you wont find It dull or quiet when you really know people nn sweetlyYou1ivifu of ono partner to the helpmeet of another whoso smart friends gave tlm former enemy n secret pang of envy V 0 no exclaimed the latter who lId not wish to seem extravagant lint It nil winter But I huvo peter seen yonwcar it I raid the other incredulously 1 dare say not dear replied her friend goaded nt last lilt the sort answer I have only worn It nt tho CK Und IhChlcnJo Tribune flitr Itottil to Wealth My dear old friend how were yoft able to acquire such an immense f- oi 1 tune tiny a very Slnlplo method What method Writ that 1 When I was poor I made out tha t v VIM rich and when I got rich I mado ut that I was pourOdds and Kudu A JoHrnnlltt Jklenti n Friendf r d t fJrc1l0 llyitcrscrampl What payci iireSpM on now SlDont speak so loud Imo a i v ttfor515 thats overdue riul that fcl Jow joVei tiere for loolclnj tOt me i t isgoTrlbuuet t t l AN UNFULFILLED PROMISE How to People Were sold hy the lltUlnlcj Cronil The general public has become some what accustomed to the great dlsnp polntnicnt it begun to experience shortly utter the November election be cause of the foliate of the promised IK prosperity to materialize nod an st consequence we dont hear so much about It now as we did a couple of month non It having been settled that the promise of prosperity was nothing morn thou n bunco game the people have philosophically set them selves to the task of bearing the hard timesj and tIlt growing stringency as jlxst they con satisfied at least that theyj were successfully worked Occasionally however we still fhul expressions of dissatisfaction sarcas tlaj comments on the gullibility of the public nod caustic references to th t grand republican rainbow of promise in contemplation of which this Amerl1 I tau people were sr 1lIsIlYliohl liar J Ilogan of Forest ity1A n Methodist clergyman wluf Is well known in this oily recently wrote n It Her to the Cnrhondalc Lender bear liig on the republican promise of pros parity and the pith of his communci tidn is found in till following eveornt t nm looklrti for the Advance Agent of fro ptTlly Kvldcntly he Is lost stolon or HtnijfilI and 1 want to scml word to the public tliroiiRli your vnluaMo jininr A few moatliR ago vo wore told to vote for McKlnloy and Prosperity Tlicunilpr 1Ij Mluiiod that Htultd that tliu pcoplo could I get McKlnley liy voMnu for him hilt doubted i l If this would hrlnR proKpfrlty I report from tin luw titles TOInj the j iiiunlior of uiipiniiloyed show II nr lt If Il- ltfltf ItYlrtllnoiralnrlsrottanoo0libttPerrlI I troll 20000 in Clevflanil ISOCHl In flnelii I not I 7ifflnin Jollloll Nod an sin I0rlnlr the i punt few weeks widespread dcstHutlon haN j j been reported liy till papers Whero IIs the prosperity thnt was to follow I It will hardly satisfy us to s ny that MoKlidey 1 Co huvo tint yet Rone Into lumlnesH Vliy llofaiiso they told IH all that was needed to usher in u pnrndlno of prosperity wax sound money null cool i deucei Hy sound motley wan inennt tlio IxIntlitK Kold standard that wo now lulu+ i II and Inunodliitily after till election liMiormtt IIIrhlli II snccfMK hml brought us an overproduction jI of Yonlldene Inn Hlnce tlm Into lamented electiont many private hanks miscalled nntlonul ji I Ihour Howl ropuhllcan tOn Over 10 of thp e hanks nt the went tailed during the month 1ccemhrrt City lprecedlnn the tier j flan many patriots wore especially mix 111Iwlclnn certain ancient Htalmmnn dlHooiimiil I tho beautloM of sound money and cool deapo The boys organized and wit 1111I nlplits to SIIK fur McKlnloy nod 1rotet I ItrlllIItI howos havu trail heen pluotd on hall I j jIllfoltI 1roiperUy f That Yonlldpnee Kamo wits n FUCCPSS 1fnJ tine way lint fold to work thu othur luII HO zpaloutdy upoUo and voted In flavor of ilutocraey ore now isliliiK their pew renters to contrlutito food and elothos for tit support of Iu vt rty It Is good to feed the pour but IIt In better to work forcondltloim unUir which none need to ho your A Just 1 Moolnl lord Induutrfal gyattm would 111111I this posidblo- Mr llogan gives strong and graphs expression to his estimate of till situ ation but Iris view of the ease is not jin other respects n whit dlllCreut from the view entertained by the people who ere not saying much of course but j who lire perfectly satlsllcd that they were roped in Jor it is hardly to b i doubled that the promise of J saved this major and his party last No tcmbcrItinghnnttou N Y1cnder POINTS AND OPINIONS Thu Ohio nImblleons cull th Znncsl11o meeting u love cast 1ho emblem of love in Ohio is a knife up the sleeveSt Louis Republic 1As fur as cut be ascertained at tho present juncture the new tarill cheme most favored by congress Is col t Ktrtictcd on the oldfashloiicd crazy quilt pntternChlcngo Iteeord lull tThe problems of cabinet making ore hard enough when undertaken In depemlcntly Hut when n president h to select n cabinet subject to the ap proval of state basses this perplexi- tht intlnltcly increased Utlca 0 server to1hosC who nre in n position to g In on the ground floor of republican protection are now eagerly looking for ward to the 15th of March when an extra session of congress will begin t0he1rip up GIld tear up along tariff linefProsperity must take n buck seat for the presentrHlngliamton V 1 Leader Good tines have not yet cat dolllgIts1 lug upon a general revision of the tariff the most upsetting null business icrtroylng occupation in which It c I 111rpeople nn opportunity to nss YllmcJl betenit i confiding benighted public just what sort of n new tariff we are to have Conlldethat to repcllcntKInstate he represents in the United States Fcnuto Thers IB n vague sort of 1 Imt prcfislon that congress makes our tarilTI 1 1 onyhuulAntryUt13 ii t 1 t Jl f 1 tJ 7 1YAWwT STICK TO THEIR LIE net ubtfe nur Adhere to Their Doctrine or Knliielinoil The republlcnn party as represented by Senator flat and his organs ap pears to be convinced of the correctness of tho old proverb A lie well stuck to ns good as the truth Ignoring the wellknown fact that as Senator Can non days the ballots counted for Me Kin ley were ostensibly or really for the promotion of an iinternational agree meat to secure bimetallism which the majors platform pledged him to secure If passible the senatorelect in his maidei speech laid down these proposi tions 1 The financial question con be in definitely postponed y The Wilson law shut down the mills and reduced the opportunities of labor and the earningsi of investment 31 The dellcit was caused by the 1fil sun law and the way to wipe it out and to increase the revenues is to pass a higher tariff low I The tariff law must be loused in every schedule upon the principle of protecting tilt American manufacturer against foreign competition ft The people ore clamoring for the nets protective and revenueraising tariff Every one of these propositions is foist us nil intelligent men are aware All persons who know anything about the situation of affairs know that Ithe financial question must be settled immediately and thatt every months de IIny in settling it will make settlement more dilliciilt and costly that 2 what tint down the mills rte was the np Itrmtlalllor values which has 1 1 11151lutn revenues produced by tillI tillieOlllpnlc1Illeit was cause by the MeKinley bill which was avowedly constructed in tlllltihigher the duty tle smaller the rev enue obtained front it that t1 I if the law consequently is to be 11IIIclI upon the principle of protection it will nut yield revenue and if designed to raise revenue It cannot be based on the theiI omitthwful combinations In restraint of trade would do almost anything to this continuance of uncertainty hich the threat of tariff tinkering has produced Doubtless Platt knows these things too for Ilatt is no fool Hut till Can ton clique is determined to pay 110 at tendon to thorn and to go ahead dis charging its debts to the trusts and manufacturers and Ilatt thinks it wise just now to stand in with that clique as fur as he run in order to got the fed eral patronage in this state So ho has adopted the cliques tactics and isyoll g at the top of his voice fur noire rev oiiue and protection in the hopI that the noise will peruInt trout recollecting Ithis facts and string how preposterous anti dis honest the programme IsX Y Tour 11111IGENEROSITY THAT PAYS I The Deal 1I1tn MoKliiloy tlter 1111111 When the history of the leFi campaign is written one of the most II interesting chapters will contain the oliveJI No one familiar with the career of I Michigans great olitieal plunger wasII satislled with the explanation that ho was asked to take a seat III the cabinet llnnenas ambition to go to the senate TIll ttory lacked the essential ingredient of nn Alger deal theta was no boodle in this bargain Fur more convincing than the Uanna senttfrom Chicago that Algers name occu pies a conspicuous place in the list of tilt wealthy and generous fricndsof the oftthis Inancial ho nHnplunged by this Poster failure It Is u fair erHtthebllanna syndicate notetMnj MeKinleys gratitude for Gen Al goollthlllgof the Dingley tariff bill shows that JlJfllfurtllilcplums Uratltudc slops over when the generoua contributor is rewarded with utCI both honors j great deal more mousy than he paid out Generosity pays usurious interest when the bread cast on the political waters returns in the form of pie and cake Idtitlj MeKinley Is snhl to have nit this IIWren who dropped something into his contribution box slated for good tugsIlls gratitude is creditable but we niu t protest against Ills manner of showing If IIP 1OpOICI4topeople pocketStIn 16Uti we imported more raw I i wxiol by S2otmjiiMthnn In ItsUtAml I II we ox Kirfid more manufactured wool Jhlltthow I industry in this cityUtica Observer I 800 BUS OATfl 173 UCS 1JA1UKY If M Luther Last Troy Pa grew 201 bushels Salzer8 Silver Mine Until and John Drcidcr Mishlcott Vis 173 bushels Sitter King Jlarlqy per acre Dont you believe If Write themI Fodder plants as rape tcosintc vetch spurry clovers grosses etc in endless varieties potatoes atlfiO a bar rel Sni erR seeds are bred to big yields Americas greatest seed coin logue and 12 farm Steel samples are sent you by John ASnlcr Seed CoTa Crosse Wis upon receipt of 10 cents anti this notice worth 10 to get a start 11 youthhlkI roundsman of his friend who loafs for a lhIttutu rrh Cnitnot Ho Cured with local Application as they cannot each till seat of this disease Catarrh Is u biood or constitutional disease nod m order IllllydllSI1 i Surluresthebestnnd is a regular prescription It is com posed of the best tunics known combined with till best blool purifiers net ing direct1 ly on the mucous surfaces The perfect rninliinatioii of this two ingredients is v hat produces such wonderful results in curing I freeR1 I i l 0SoldHalls Family Pills are tic best fmcJIIIIplaceHutl Since she tool to till wheel For she now has a bicycle foist Lp to Date nrhtilninl Jniimlcnbnntntn A pnco beautifullyl st rated descriptive of the land hex offairPassenger A gent Plant Fystem 312 Mar 1lnnttistenltench the finest wiiiter resorts in the world If I tltnludhrraifuynu nv itCIIrIomlorl- No Hiiioke dint or cinders on Queen nod Piiwent Hmite limited tnijim sontb Iuch- Lnlllst Superb trains withII y com mit Iusl time and the short line limn Cin cinnati thet1g I lughiui 101lcllIiI Pisos Cnro for Consumption has no equal ne a Cough medicine J M1 Abbott 31Seneca St HufTalo X YoIny nlSltl n Tryig to lal like a sheep hAt never yet produced any wool on the tad of a goat fold rrrpp down till spine thru Tutu bago fit Jiieolw Oil creeps uq then rare The worlds crud is lie iis the best man who wears the bust 101lttIlIllUIIIII 111111hoclgnll A woniiin knows ns little about a man as till know MlHiitl a horse Atchisuiit I i lobe A severe mid menu nnrcnej stiffness Ute St laeolw Oil nicntm a prompt cure i I hutsills r When bilious or costive eat a Cnncarot candy cathartic cure guaranteed 10c Jjc A encanrngre notorietyloriety everytiling withStWIr ItsPurifyYour blood now with a course of Hood N Sanepartlhuiml be strong iiiul vigorous whet the Iliantft to warmer vcuthur couie HoodsSarsaparillaIs the best In fuel tho Ono True Hlood Purifier nOOU S IIIIIC nrntho with Hood only sSirsipirllli pills uitako o FARM SEEDS Ifcjf Btirr fffd ore Wtmnlcil to ProJatf laJohn JlrtKlcpIltjhloott wrl nutonlnhM ytliiiwcrMvlth a yield of 173lit of Solrcr Sliver KlnKltnrley iicracro prat y011 believe Dltl Jmt YrltoMm InonJortoiraln Sn 1807 JitfOOO new IUstomm wo n int on trial loct2lucllldlnifIftVctcliIOe ruetttvly0 WeLargeetmtom In llio world S5 pkg earnest vviretatiln rrrteel Catalog ten ihiisantic Il tu te i I SOUTHERNHOMES TEXAS JJ IIn lln1fltliritiil r nst ttuntrrtll I1ft nndou traMliililr trim frrK t cifi tuli k npdrid ir 11 rill Ii rfiil iiniiliiolliiii IMiicl iiinilil llvvr l rumNIxturHOIlCOMPAtJYloa MO GREAT WORD CONTEST fi I IWt 1 I IT 11rIr Wlllii HnOiiiili Hi niXl i 41111rnrtttrl vrli IIII 1 nnlii ettrn lor iii titHil rnr cud y 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extreme bfisitndc that iloutenrej and wautt beleftiiloti exeStability irritability lurvousncc ness and the blurs yet they will jjo fOl1illJjj work until they can seareely stank on tiWOlll1I feat dull sin nntlitrr tn Iwln t These arc the positive forerunner of serious womb complications and unless given immediate attention will result in untold misery if not death 1 Lydia Kl Iinkhumrt VofjetabU Compound will beyond the question of a doubt relieve all this trouble before it becomes serious nod it has cured tuany after their troubles had beeomo chronic The I ofUllSllinvigorates baitficirllUU5UoscwUOIl1 write those fury lines thanking you for restoring my health For twulro years I suffered with pains impossible to describe 1 hind bearingdown fculingH backache sensation in loudblaelchadfourpatent1 go and have a trnlnetlumse I I IiiilchamaVegetallle1 lava taken eight bottles and um now enjoying the best of health again Icon truthfully soy it lUll cured me1 i 1 ANDY CATHARTIC i 4e 4t 4t 1 CUR COtiSYVp TION 33- I 10 t ALLILue t 81111Ih 1 y idpt u I 7 II SHATTERED FAITH Ships of Gospol That Securely Ride the Waves Iturqun Tolled on the HIUuw lint tadr llitnil HoliU the Holm A Safe Pilot Steer for the Shore Sermon by Her T UeWItt TalniMge The subject of Dr Tulinugcs sermon Sunday was A Shattered Faith and the text Acts xxvil HuAud some on broken pieces of the ship Never oft Goodwin Sands or the Sherries or Capo Hattoras was a ship in worso predicament than in the Died itcrriincan hurricane was the grain shipon which B70 passengers were driven on the coast of Malta live miles from tho metropolis of that island called Citta Vecehia After a two YCcUs tempest when the ship was entirely disabled and captain and crew hind become completely dciuoraliud nil old missionary took command of tho vessel Ho was small crooked backed and CHeered according to tradition It was Paul the only unscared man aboard He was no more afraid of a Huroclydon tossing the Mediterranean sea now up to the pates of Heaven and now sinking it to the pates of hell than he was afraidof a kitten playing with a string lie or dered them all down to take their ra tions first asking for them a blessing Then he insured all their lives telling them they would be rescued nntlso far from losing their heads they would not lose so much of their hair as you could cut off with one click of the scis sors naynot a thread of it whether it were gray with age or golden with youth There shall not a hair fall from tho head of any of you Knowing that they never can get to the desired spot they make the set on the lath night black with overthrown cargo so that when the ship strikes it will not strike so heavily At daybreak they saw a creek and in their exigency resttlvcdto make for it And so they cut tho cables took in the two paddles they had on those old boats and hoisted the mainsail so that they might conic with such force as to be driven high up on the beach by sonic fortunate billow There she goes tumbling toward tlroclisnow prow foremost now stern foremost now rolling over to the starboard now over to the lar board now a wave dashes clear over the deck and it seems as if the old craft has gone forever Hut up she comes again Pauls arms around a I mast he cries All is well Cod has given me all those that sail with me Crash went the prow with such force that it broke oil the mast Crash went the timbers till the seas rushed through from side to side of the vessel She parts amidships and goes into a thousand fragments mud into the waves U70 immortals are precipitated Sumo of them hind been brought upon the seashore and had learned to swim std with their chins just above the waves and by the strokes of both arms and propulsion of both feet they put out for tho beach and reach it Itut alas for those others They have never learned to swim or they were 4wOlll1l1ecl by tho falling of the mast or the nervous shock was too great for them And others tail beta weakened by long sea sickness Oh what will become of them Take that piece of a udder says Paul to one Talc that fragment of n spar says Paul to another Tuko that imago of Castor and Pollux Take that plank from the lifeboat Take anything and head for the t beach What a struggle for life in the breakers Oh tho merciless wat ers how they sweep over the heads of men women and children Hold on there Almost ashore keep up your courage Renumber what Paul Void you There the receding wave on till bench loaves in the sand a whole family There crawls up out of tho surf tho centurion There an other plank comes in with a life clinging fast to it There another piece of the shattered vessel with its freightage of an immortal soul They must by this time all be saved Yes there comes in last of all for he had been overseeing the rest the old mis sionary who wrings the water from his gray beard and cries out Thank joel all are here Gather around a lire mid call the roll Paul builds a fire and when the bundle of sticks begin to crackle and standing and sitting around the blaze the passengers begirt to recover from their hill nail the wet clothes login 10 dry nnd warmth begins to conic into all the shivering passengers let the purser of the vessel go round and see if any of tho poor creatures are miss- Ing Not one of the crowd that were plunged into the sea How it relieves our anxiety as we rend Some on broken pieces of the ship And so it fames to pass that they escaped all wife to lend laving on previous occasions looked at the other passengers I confine my self today to an examination of those whp came in on broken pieces of the ship There Iis something about them that excites in mo an intense interest 1 am not so much interested in those that could swim They gut ashore as 1 expected A mile of water is not a very great undertaking for a strong swimmer or even two miles are not JjUt 1 can not stop thinking nfbout thpso on broken pieces u the ship The great Gos Ifcl ship vs the finest of the universe dad can carry more passengers than 45- craft youcouldyou couldIIwreck the throno of God Almighty wish nIl tho people would conic aboard of her I could not promise a smooth voyage for ofttimes it will be tem couldpromisepassage on that Great Eastern so called by me because its Commander came out of the east the star of the authorityItut not take IsbrolHH1 brokenInspirit ual prospects are broken in pieces and yet 1 believe they are going to reach the shining shore and I am encouraged by time experience of those people who are spoken of in he text Some on shipOne is to en courage all those who can not take tho believeitsomethingto1 do not underrate the value of n great theological system but whore In all the BIble is there anything that says Hclleva in John Calvin and thou hhalt be saved or believe in Arminus and thou shalt be saved or believe in Synod of hurt and thou shall lie saved i or believe in the Thlrtynino Articles nUll manybedox and go to Heaven Tho man who in the deep affection of his heart ac cepts Christ is saved and the man who does not accept him is lost believe in the Heidelberg and West minster Catechisms and I wish you all did but you may believe in nothing they contain except time one idea that Christ came to save sinners nod that you are ono of them and you are in stantly rescued If you can come in on the grand oMship I would rather have you get aboard but if you can only find a pieco of wood as long as the human body or a piece as wide as the outspread human arms mind either of them is a piece of the cross cOllie in on that piece Tens of thou sands of people are today kept out of the lKingdom of God because they can not believe everything lam talking with a man thoughtful about his soul who has lately traveled through New Kngland and passed the night at Andover lie says to me I can not believe that in this life the destiny Iis irrevocably fixed I think there will be another opportunity of repentance after death iislIY to him My brother what has that to do with you Dont you realize that the man who waits for another chance lifter death when he hinds a good chance before death is a stork fool Had tint you better take the plank that is thrown to you now tend head for shore rather than wait for a plank that may by invisible hands be thrown to you after you are lend Do as you please but as for myself with pardon for all my sins offered me now and all the joys of time and eternity offered me now I instantly take them rather than run the risk of such other chance as wise nun think they can peel off or twist out of a Scripture passage that hits for all the Christian centuries been interpreted another way You say I do not like Princeton theology or New Haven theology or Andover the elegy I do not fidel yon on board either of these great menofwar their portholes filled with the great siege guns ecclesiastical battle lint I110 ask you to take the one plank of tho Gospel that you do believe in and strike out for the pearlstrung leach of leaven Says some other man I would at tend to religion if 1 was quite sure about the doctrine of election and free agency but that mixes me all up Those things used to bother me but I have no more perplexity about them for I say to thyself If I love Christ and live a good honest useful life 1 am elected to be saved and if I do not love Christ and live a bad life I will be damned and nil tie theological seminaries of the universeI cut not make It any different I floundered along while in the sea of sin nnd doubt and it was as rough as the Mediterranean on the fourteenth night when they threw the grain overboard lint IIsaw there was mercy for n situ tier and that plank I took and I have been warming myself by tae bright fire on the shore ever slate t While I am talking to another man about his soul he tells me I do net heroine a Christian because I do not l live the is any hell at all Ah dont you Do all tho peoplo of all Ie lots and no belief at tallof good mor als and bad morals go straight to a happy leaven Do the holy and tho debauched have the same destination At midnight in a hallway the owner of a house and burglar meet they both fire and both are wounded but the burglar dies in live minutes and the owner of the house lives a week utter will the burglar be at tho gate of Heaven waiting when the house owner cones Iii Will tho de bauchee and libertine go right In among the families of leaven 1 won tier if Herod Is playing on the banks of the river of life with the children he massacred I wonder If Charles Gui call mud John Willies Booth are up there shooting at a mark I do not now controvert it although I must nay that for such a miserable Heaven I have no admiration hit the IMble docs not say Believe In perdition und be saved Because all are saved according to your theory that ought not to keep you from loving and servintr ii Christ Do not refuse to botno ashore youtheorymay have a different theory about chemistry about astronomy about the atmosphere from that which others adopt but you are not there fore hindered froth action liecausc your theory of light Is different from others do not refuse to open your eyes Kecauso your theory of air is different you do not refuse to breathe Because your theory about tho stellar system Is different you do not refuse to acknowledge iho north star Why should the fact that jour theological theories are different hinder you from youhavetheological drydoeks to bring you to wharfage you have at least n plank Some on broken pieces of the ship lint Jllont believe in revivals Then pj to your room rnd all alone will your door lockel give your heart to God and join sonic church where the thermometer never gets higher than 0 in the shade Hut I do not believe in baptismal Como in without it tturlsettle that matter afterward Him there are so many inconsistent Christians Then come in and show them by u good ex ample how professors should net Hut I dont believe in the Old Testa ment Then como in on the New Hut I dont like the Hook of Cougars Then come in on Matthew or ChristIwhom you admit to be the Saviour of tho lost because you can not admit other things you are liken man out there in that Mediterranean tempest and tossed in the Melita breakers re fusing to come ashore until he can mend the pieces of the broken ship i hear him say I wont go in on tiny of these planks until I know in what part of thin ship they belong When can I got the windlass in the right place and the suits set timid that keel pleeu where it belongs and that floor timber right curd these ropes untangled I will go ashore I am an old sailor and I leery till about ships for 40 years and as soon as Iran get the vessel afloat in good shape I will come in A tint drifting 113 on a piece of wood overhears himI anti says You will drown before you get that ship reconstructed Hctter do as I1min doing I know nothing about ships and nevi saw one before I game on hoard this and I can not swim a stroke but I am going ashore on this shivered timber The man in the oil ing while trying Inn cuici his ship goes down The man who trusted to the plank is saved 0 nay brother let your smashedup system of theology go to the bottom while you come in on a splintered spar Some on broken pieces of the ship You may get ill your dilliculties sttlfd as Garibaldi the magnetic Italian got his gardens mud When tilt Will Kit ween Austria amt Sardinia broke oNt ho was living at Caprera a very rough and uncultured island home lint he went forth with his sword to achieve the liberation of Naples nod cilallli gave 11000000 people free government under Victor Km munucl Garibaldi titter bring ab suit two years from Caprera returned and when ho approached it ho found lhat his homo hind by Vie tor Kmmanucl as a surprise been ttdcniid Trimmed shrubbery had taken the place of thorny thickets gardens the place of barrenness rind tilt old rookery in which he once lived hUll given wuv to a pictured mansion And I tell you If you will route anti enlist under the banner of our Victor ITminanuol and follow him through thick and thin and tight Ills battles nntlonduo his sacrifices you will thud after awhile that He has changed your hcartfrjma jungle of thorny sk6ptl i fsin into a garden all nblooihwith luxuriant joy that yriuv Itfavo never lroair t of Ircjtu aatjnglod paprcra of nuns into a yaradise of tlod 1 do tint knov how yoiYr theological system went to pieces It 11113 be that your parents started you with only one pliuU and you beHuvc little or noth leg Or lacy 111113 have berg too rigid mid severe in religious discipline mind racked you over he head with a V salm book It nfiy ill that some partner in business who was a member of an evangelical church played on you a trick that disgusted you with religion ItIIIUY be that you have associates who have talked against Christianity in your presence until you are all at sea und you dwell more on things that you do not believe than on thingsI you do believe You are in one aspect like Lord Nelson when a signal was lifted that he wished1 to dis regard and he put hit seaglass to laic blind eye and staid I really do not see thcTsignal Oh my hearer put this fieldglass of the Gospel no longer to your blind eye and say 1 can not see but put It to your other eye of faith and you will see Christ anti He is nil you need to see If you can believe nothing else you certainly believe in vicarious suffer lug for you see It almost every day in some shape Time steamship Knicker bocker of tie Cromwell line running between New Orleans and New York was in great storms and the captain and crew saw the schooner Diary n Cra inner of Philadelphia In dis tress rite weather coM the waves mountain high the first bill ear of tho steamship and four men put out in a life boat to srv tin crew of the schooner and reached the vessel and towed it out of danger the wind shifting so that the schooner was siVd But the five men IK tho teaml trr I f I i A f 1 side coming back theIr Coat tlBpslzed yet righted again and came on tho sailors coated rlth Ice The boat capsized again and three times upset and was rigktcd and a line was thrown the poor follows but their hands were frozen so they could not grasp It and a great wave rolled over thorn and they went down never to rise again till the semi gives up Its dead Appreciate that heroism anti self sacrifice of tho bravo follows all who can and can not appreciate the Christ who put out Into a more biting cold and Into a more overwhelming surge to bring us out of infinite peril Into everlasting safety Tho wave of hu man hate rolled over Him from ont side and the wave of hellish fury rolled over Him on the other side Oh tho thickness of the night unit the thunder of tho tempest Into which Christ plunged for our rescue Come in on one narrow beam of tho cross Lot all else go and cling to that put that under you and with the ol1lnI eslncsi ofn swimmer struggling for hits life put out for shore There is u alreadybuiltfar out us you are are standing In its genial smut heavenly glow Tho f angels of Gods rescue are wallII ellltohItheILttill hoe who come In on broken pieces l of till shlII I My sympathies are for such nil thin more bociiuse 1 was naturally skeptl oal disposed to question everything about this life and tho ncxt and wan in danger of being further out to sat than any of the J7 Ii in tho Mediterran ean breakers and 1 WitS sometimes the annoyance of lilY theological professor because I asked so many questions lint I carne in on a plank I knew Purist was the stunner of sinners anti thatlI was a sinner and I gut ashoro anti I do not propose to go out on that semi again 1 have not for to minute discussed the controverted points of I theology in HOI years and during tho rest of 1113 life I do not propose to dis cuss them for 10 seconds- I would rather in a nod scow try to weather the worst cyclone that over swept up from the Curribbean than risk nay immortal soul in useless LilliI perilous discussions in vhich sons of my brethren in tho ministry are in Bulging 1 hey remind mo of a company of sailors standing on the Uamsgate pier head trout which the lifeboats are usually mooched and coolly dis cussing the different style of oarlocks and how deep It boat ought to set in the water while a hurricane Iis in full blast and there are three steamers crowded with passengers going to pieces in the oiling An old tat tho misces of his face working with nor I vous excitement cries outuThls in no time to discuss sueh things Man the lifeboat Who willul nntotr Out with her into the surf Pull my lads Pull for tho wreck Ha ha Now we hove them thorn in anti lay thorn down in the IIIHt of tho boat Jack try to bring them to Put these ifannols around their litmus aril feet arid Iwill pllllI for the shore God help lilt ileal Lauded Hua When there sire so ninny struggling in the WILIoC sin and sorrow anti wretchedness let all else go but salvation fqr tithe anti salvation forever INTERESTING ITEMS NKW YOIMC unionists wunt It state printing oilier established FIVK years penal servitude was thin sentence imposed on n bicycle thief in Kngland U iK czar of Kussiu has reduced tho working duty throughout bin dominions from IS nail 1J hours to I1i hours for tiny workers and nine hours fur night nUII Tin district court of appeals at Washington has directed the distribu tlon among thuiheIrsaUln auq haltf the cstuUoT the Into Judge55pseph I HoltI 1 jjffTae American hog seems to have been vindicated In Gormnny and It I looks as if our hug Jproducts woiijd soon cnjo3 again full admission to that c1untryfJilt bill to prevent the carrying of obscene books and indecent articles by express companies parsed the house unit has gone to the president for his signature Onto has 101000 pensioners whosdraw SlMOOOUO u year Ohio furnish eil i10050 uplon soldiers New Yorkr furnished 417017 yet Ohio has 10000 more pensioners on the roll than Now York Cut A M COFITKV of Knob Nosier Mo hits passed his 0id year lie was l a member of the Missouri legislature in 1S51 nail of tho Kansas legislature in 18Vi Coffey county Kansas wusII named after him Vuxx the Siberian railway is com pleted it trip around thin world can be nmdo in olD days barring necidontn behind and sea Tills docs not equalhh Pucks feat of putting n girdle round tho earth In 40 minutes but that rec ord was beaten when the llrsi cable and telegraphic girdle was finished M G ANTON PARIS of the Acadsmle Kruncalsc has struck a deadly blov against Germau3 iir declaring that many of Wagucr splot are not Gor- man 1 Tannhauser is an Italian legend InIsas is well known are Celtic talcs from the King Arthur cycUi M U r1 A LITTLE NONSENSE Rev Mr Skylark hiss had a 6CKHj call Whew From New YorkmNu from the tcnchor of the Infant thclassher1 Plain Denie- rDaughterGeorge says hefewra hr cant support mo in thestyle Im nceuxtomed to hnttierHarryl- iim anyhow 1 cant keep it up much longertuiyselftLouithm 1lgnro Mnybelle And why wore you present ut the marriage Were you di rectly Interested in the event lank Ito not directly I wait merely the bridegroom Philadelphia Bulletin lie Real StlcNItI was down town todii3 looldng at the new Rt3flen But Isnt it rather curly niy dear for the spring goods to be JnV Who Is talking about spring goods 1 menuaiv heelsClevelnnul Plain Dealer Well sir The secretary of the nary turned to the master of the shipyard Is the new war vessel a suc tst 0 yes sit wild the man She sank right to the bottom the minute she slid all the +wnyr Cincin tgolf Commercial Tribune Doesnt your daughter duncelot In quired the hostess The lady addressed looked around at the tall anacnilu girl against the wall Not unless shes E tisked she somewhat frigidly replied Cleveland Plain Dealer t If said the grinning savage us he turned the machine gun on the dllt comfited Christian civillers squinted along the harry got the range straightt filed himself up nnd set OUt of his fol lowers to turning the crunk Is a pour Maxim that wont work both wayni Indianapolis loiinml PUTTING HORNS ON A VIPER InUoil Aiiliiiiiln Tlutt SmoootfiiMy l lool the 1itMlo The painted sparrow trick by which simple people are inveigled into buying r a worthless bird in the belief that they i nre piirchiislng a rare foreign songster well known It is perhaps the roost flagrant example practiced In this coun try of the art of preparing animalsI I for siile so that they may appear other thaw they are Strange stories are also told of tIll misdirected Ingenuity sometimes accompanied by cruelly employed in faking animals fur ex hibition in order to deceive the judges 1 nnd secure for the birds or beasts ex hibited prizes to which on their mer its they would not be entitled Itutyall the stories of faked birds dogs mud rats fade lilts insignificance when compared with the sublime audacity of the genius who fitted our of the cer astes vipers now in the reptile house of the Xoologieal gardens Jtogents park a1 with a pair of artificial honm It Is well known that in the males and also in some foimilos of this deadly African snake there Is u little above the 03 e a liornlilicI process covered with soaks which accounts for their jKipular iame of horned vipers Presumably native collectors obtain n higher price for these reptiles when the hornsart present tthan is paid 113 the dealers for specimens without those adornments fur the story is current that art has ofljii covered the dellulenclcsof nature i nnd supplied horns to reptiles which would otherwise have been hornless Our of Ithe horned vipers now in t 111 Xoologieal gnrdons shows that there Is song foundation for the hill Two mall spines perhaps those of u hedge hog or the tips of porcupine quills huve bra deftly InstrUil in the skin of the venomous reptile In the place where the true horns ought to be The fraud must have bicli attended with considerable danger to the perpetrator It round have been no easy mutter to hold n venomous snake to make two In cisions In the skin nail lit iiiH rt the Spines therein It wits probably doun while the neck of the viper uis held he fwecn tthe Index finger nnd ihumhof the loft handI thus leaving tin right hand free for the Insert lUll of Iflic spine- s1irctly time nt tent Ion of theI visitor IH iltuwn to the fact by the keeper of time reptile ions the dllforcnec between the true and false horns is so start lingi that one is surprised thatf Iho fraud escaped detection for II moment AM may he seen from other specimen In the soma case the true horns hnr monie with the coloring of the scales of the head nude bend backwards in n penile curve while the false ones show ilnrl and light hoods Maud up almost slopelightlyI said that such frauds are by no menus are This however Is probably the first instance of n cerastes viper fltted with false horns having found its way into time zoological collection of a learned society Lrtndon Standard With the toiiTrrftutlon It Out liarhcr tosl IU IIglI1I ow wuuld you like your shove Close Customer Yen clotiemoiithcd And forthc space of half an hour ItaM4HK03tlll in that tonsorinl establish ment that one could almost hear theii hrtr growing on the outside of the sample bottle of hair Ionic in the Uron- cwindowN Y Tribune Took Him nt Lila WordzAuctioneer And now ladies nnd gout w risivu1 Klflfel tower movement innntelplvctV worth at the lowest pultrItH flffiirev ten dollnrslUld I lhRr ten dasrsfrVoice hi the owdllikldt teitCetitar Going gaingMmeN Ys 1ri tf ioe Nr1 T j = 1 r IIi 1 10 J Ii I I 1IaT Iry 4 Constipation I gestlon fullyHoods bad taste I tongue sick coate1P 1 1 somnla etc Hoods re H ff Jjcure constipation results easily and thoroughly 25c All druggists IPrepared by C I Hood tit Co Lowell Moss The only Tills to take with Hoods Sarsaparllla 0 tm r 4 t NIt n LATE STATE NEWS Mary Ellen Brown a Scott county negro girl has qualified a notary public Green river was higher at Munfordt kvilla last week than at any previous timer a Ini I IIIItoryn1ItIs said that tho ronds in Harlan county are so bad that thecandidites can l not fill their engagements The tax rate fur 1897 for tho city of 4 Lexington has been fixed at 120 on the 5100 by the general council Frank Cambrcnaged was sentenced to threo years in tho penitentiary fort housebreakiug This is his second trlllII t In Brcckcnridge county a turkey was struck by lightning mad the feathers cleaned off as nicely as if it had been pickedSince tho courts have decided that V banks must pay taxes on their capital J stock quito a number of them are re ducing it By the denthof an uncle in Cincinnati I Henry Wetwellman of 1aris inherited 115000 Wessellmun had been driving x milk wagon John Lcavill a wealthy young farmer tiled at his home noar Trenton of lock jaw caused by having accidentally smashed his finger j At a church fair near AdalniII Rev Charles Warder a colored preacher shot 4and killed Charles Smith coloredwho 4 wits raising a disturboncc 5 The boiler of n sawmill at Augusta exploded instantly killing Culvert Boonejj and J R Tucker and fatally injuring three other men all employees Amos Riggs murderer of W R Boyd I1 anti son of Mt Gilcad was arrested in p Ohio but was brought back and is now behind the bars of Maysvillo jail I Samuel Hotopp a prominent saloonlst of Louisville overwhelmed with grief nt tho loss of his wife placed a pistol Int his mouth and blew the top of his beadtt otTtI t Tames Landrum a Trigg county far L mer committed suicide by blowing his I head oil with a shot gun Ho had re cently showed signs of mental derange Il1cntIIIJohn Hodges and William Mink a love aflnir fought A dual wltbI revolvers near Barboursville Hodges V was unharmed fatally wounded and Minks escaped r The taxable property of tho state has decreased about 90000000 and to meet current expenses a bill has been intro duced in the legislature increasing the tax rate 10 cents- Lightning struck a stable in Ohio l county passed through the hay loft made a holo in tho floor nnd killeda horse iu the stable beneath but strange I to say did not set anything on fire r Mrs Christian Landcnburg an aged German woman of Webster county died in a peculiar way She lighted her pipe inhaled the blaze and was injured in- ternallyf dying about four hours after ward t- At Lancaster n couplo aged respective ly 78 and 67 years were married recently after a courtship of more than thirty years This is their first matrimonial venture and they are as happy as two cooing doves The wife of Bud Lamb colored was fatally burned on tho farm of R A w Daniel near Olmstead in Lognn county Her clothes wcro ill burned from her body but it is not known how they ig nited AS no ono else was in tho room at v r the timer Judge Jas R Jewell of Lexington died Jut week at the age of fiftyeight I i He WM the originator of the W apkorkaa Politics Is hen lie w promiaeat la local politics aid WM fo Jira police judge of Lexipgfe He- aeaterI OM child Wilber Jewell well IWtaGJI rmi Frthu elides l Ilt o f 1 0u btLjj 1 4Ii jI h Wednesday night of last week Milton Franklin sentenced for life for the mur der of Tom Stnflord Tom Moore con fined for tbo murder of Reynolds in Floyd countywho were held for safekeeping and George Pennington chargedc with horse stenlinir escaped from the county jail at PaintovUle by sawing three burn of tho steel cell lending to the cor rider and opcrpowcring the jailer when ho came in to give them supper Wash Miller president of the Citi7 ns National Bank of Winchester owns a deer park and about eighty door Ho says that the bucks shed their horns an nosily in February nnd the new ones begin to grow about May If tho old horns are not gathered soon otter falling they are destroyed by squirrels and field mice The postoflico at Mt Vernon was entered by burglars and the cash drawer of all its contents The haul was pretty good one as the thieves got 800 in cash and a lot of stumpy and valuables The office was robbed last November also of something over a hundred dollars Indications are that the same thief slid1 both jobsuOne of the most horrible accidents to befall n childoccurred at the home of to Mr cool lira William McOovvrn Vic Mrs McOovern had left the for a few moments and while way her little daughter Mattic at If tempted to lay u piers of wood on tho tire In doing so her clothes ignited she was terribly burned arid died in a t few hours On the fourth Jay of March Mr Jonathan Blake of Kilo Russell county sous u dinner to celebrate the sixtieth birthday of himself tho thirtyfourth birthday of hiliOn Orlanda Blakcy and the eighth birthday of his grandson end moro than sixty people partook of the dinner As seen from tho ages of tho oboes named people there is exactly to a day twentyfix years difference in the ages of old man Hlakcy and his son and the sumo number of years difference of Mr Orlnnda Blakey and his sun We doubt iif there iis n similar case anywhere Columbia Spectator To Cnro Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure l5p Depreciation of Property As illustrative of the fearful depre elation of property and tho general hard times ono of our attorneys a day or two followingIa man bought a horse for 100 executing his notein pay moat therefor a mortago also being re tained on the animal When the note fell duo he was unable to pay it and a new nottj with personal security tine interest being added At the maturity of the second note tho man found himself worse off than before and the rapidly increasing debt was fixed up by a mortgaga on six horses and a mowing machine When the third time for pay ment case around money matters were even worse than ever After waiting a reasonable time the mortgage was fore closed One of the horses had died in the meantime and the other five four whichwere better than the one origi Bally purchased and tho mowing ma chine were sold for only half enough to pay the debtiOweatoa Herald Upon Every Bottleand wrapper of the genuine Dr Bolls riueTarHoncy printed the nbovo design U U both trademark and guarantee a warrant that tho medi cine contained In the bottle will cure coughs colds and alt lung throat and chest troubles more quickly and effectually than any other remedy DR BELLS PineTar I Honeyr receiptoftM L rwleae Ilehlae c tleeeh iy- ii r r N 4- V While mnkiiig an excavation in n moue near his houseWm Oldham of Waco dug up two human skeletons Spear Jkiitlj arrows lint other Indinn relics wore found with the bodies all in lCd by a wall of crude masonry They are suppose to be remains of Indians alum by the early pioneers HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or com mon glass with urine anti let it stand twentyfour hour n sediment or settling indicates n diseased condition of the kidneys When urin stains linen it is positive evidence of kid ney trouble Too frequent desire tyI urinate or pain in the buck is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and bInd der ore out of order WHAT TO DO There iis comfort in the knowledge s often expressed Unit Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfill every wish in relieving pain in the buck r kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects innbil ity to hold urine and scolding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wino or beer clad wvercomcs thu- npleasant necessity of being compelled to gut up many times during the night I urinate The mild curd the extraordii ours effect of Swamp Root is Noon real ized It stands the highest for its won useful cures of the most distressing cases you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents und one dollar For n sample bathe and pamphlet both sent free by mail1I mention TilE HAZEL Gitnrx HEHAIU and sent your full poatofiicc address to Dr Kilmer Co liinghampton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer 22I I j I w as- a n I II THE NEW Iula MY 111 WOMEN used to think female diseases could onlyI bo treated after 10II calI examina i I clans tions by physlII such kept treltmentII modest vomcn I silent suffering about theirII troduction InII Wine of Cardul has now demonc i strated that ninetenths of cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure Win M6 off4rdIl I taken In the privacy of a womans own home insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate now Wino of Cardul re quires no humiliating examina anydl3easeof female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them bykeepingthe drug store speclatdlredlsymptomsmuThe Chttunoot Medicine Co Chatta eoora Ttnn Wl ttMNet1LLcoy i1111e MII UMWID f Cardul lUDslvelr la sny prattle and find lIa mOl tlCUOD tnfittUtm Hr Hmtlt 11111 NEW MILLINERY MRS S So KASH Fashionable Milliner Will lhe in Hazel Green this spring with n lull line of the latest nUll newest styles of Millinery hinds ut the lowest prices and links the In dies to await her coining before making 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