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I HEw=0 = j 0 JSg Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of II Jonathan and His Continent by Max O1e11cE SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor a Of n Noisy World With J News Prows All Nation BIILumVrlnff at Daok s tlOO A YEAR Always In Aslvanee r THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 15 1897 NUMBER 8- Y 1 ISSUE OF PRIVATE RAG MONEY Latest Scheme to Restore Prosperity and ReEsUblish a Sound Financial Policy The financial schcmesof the self styledIj sound money party begin to develo themselves During the presidential cam paign wo heard from that source ver little of recommendation or suggestion The professed sound money leaders ha I no measure to present They were ver tenceXbut they had no substitute ready The were quite confident that the greenbacks were a curse and that the silver dollarsi and the silver certificates were a curse They only knew that thero should be n legal tender money but gold and n paper money but that of the banks The bankers hare for several years been discussing various schemes to give themselves a monopoly of the paper cur rency At their national gatherings they have listened to various wild schemes i this direction They have been trying to get rid of the requirements to deposit United States bonds in the treasury as security for the governments guaranty- of ftheir bank notes The big chiefs o the money power kept the bankers muz zled last autumn while fighting against free coinage because they could not afford to allow their rotten schemes come to light But when the election was over these nimble gentlemen commenced to move The Indianapolis convention i of bankers and of delegates from boards of trade and all sorts of commercial socin tions gave vent to the longing desire- and thopes of tho ragmoney power body appointed committee to inaugu rate the revolution which should abolish all money except that made of rags an that made of gold Their ely was Down with the paper currency of thei government and up with the paper note- of the banks This committee is now in Washington instructing congress how to bring on this financialmillennium The two great principles involved are gold coin only for the payment of debts and an elastic bank currency which will help the people to get into debt so that the gold sharks can rob them o their property when they need the gold with which to pay their debts The gold dealers and the rag moneyites are nil in tho same interest though they generally try to seem separate from each other It is the business of the rag money promoters to make it easy for getjutocurity they can give by mortgaging or propertyborrower A to proyideford d be compelled to pay in gold whenever required to do so because that would be strugglebetween unending one and with spendthrifts usurers clall who stake their fortunes on enterprisesThese by two bills which were introduced in the house of representatives on the 27th af March The tariff bill was then grinding along in that body toward the inevitable hour five days later when it was certain to pass by a party vote These bills are Nos 2341 and 2342 and are printed elsewhere Both of them are introduced fcy Mr Walker of Massachusetts who i tho swashbuckler of the coalition be tween the gold speculators and the rag money promoters His first bill is en titled A bill to call in and cancel the paper money now injuring the prosperity of the country But it goes very much providesforthe Sherman notes and other silver cer tificates and issuing in their stead inter eat bends of tho government to the providesformarket value the five hundred millions of silver bullion and silver dollars of the United Statea that are now in the United c States treasury under certain conditions therein named The amount for which i the silver is sold is to be deducted from a the amount of the bonds to be sold Having thus provided for destroying all the paper money now in existence except patienal bank notes because it is injur ing the prosperity of the country the cheerful Mr Walker provides In his ether bill for an unlimited flood of rag money to be issued by the banks He calls this A bill to modify the national peoplepitha safe ample elastic and cheap beytoodgovernment should injure the prosperity yof the country while the paper of the banks should benefit the public prosper problemsywhich only great financiers like Mr Walker are capable of solving providesaciation shall be orIkeep United States bonds to secure cir culation It also requires the treasurer of the United States to allow the present national banks to surrender their circu lating notes and to give them back their cumptrollernof the currency is to issue to every national banking association which shall apply to him in writing nicely printed byfceeding their paid up capital Honest banking associations would have actual paid up capital Dishonest banking as sociations would only appear to have paid up capital Mr Eckles would have an equal right to issue notes to each kind of such associations Then Mr Eckel as comptroller of the currency is auth orized to order such a reduction of the maytto restore such notes from time to time All of which would enable Mr Eckels to elasticdThere is a provision in the bill that reseneilesssthan half of such cash reserve shall be kept in gold As there is to be no silver money Mr Walker should explain what the other half of the cash reserve is to consist of Perhaps the most interesting section of this remarkable bill is the fol lowing thefI hereby directed to pay out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated all the circulating notes of any insolvent national banking association which were delivered to such association by the comptroller of the currency that are not paid out of the assets of such insolvent association by the receiver of such asso ciationAccording to this tho government is to guarantee the payment of all the bank notes of all insolvent banking associa tions but is not to be secured as at present by any deposit of bonds or any thine else Wo do not hesitate to say that as a financier we regard Mr Walker as a daisy Indeed it would not be too much to say that ho is a peach If we were to bankingdbill it would be that every individual as well as every corporation should have the privilege of issuing notes printed by the government and that whenever an individual for whom the notes had thus been provided should fail they be redeemed out of any moneys in tho treasury not otherwise appropriated Nothing would provide the people so easily with 110 safe ample elastic and cheap cur rency as to let every man issue hisown governsment and payable by tho government whenever ho becomes a bankrupt Mr Walker being from Massachusetts and a Republican of course his bills are sound money measures We shall watch with curiosity their consideration in the house committee on banking and currency Cincinnati Enquirer For Sale on Easy Terms Ono hundred and four acres of land more or lesssituatedon Greenbryer creek on tho Camargo pike three miles from Mt Sterling Good dwelling and tenement house and all necessary out building Apply to MRS WELCltMt Prevention is better than cure Keep your blood pure your appetite good and your digestion perfect by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills act harmoniously with Hoods Sarsaparilla gentle efficient a 0 HARRISON WON EASY Elected Mayer of Chicago by 77758 Pin rality and lai a MajtHf Over- All Candidates of 2222 Chicago April 9Tho mayoralty vote complete is as follows Carter II Harrison Democrat 144828 331 Harlan Independent 07072 N C Sears Republican 57566- W Ileslng Business 15110 John Glerabeck Socialistic Labor 1225 ILL Pnrmelee Prohibition 825 J1 Pierce Jr Independent680- F Howard Collier Independent f88 Total 287434 Hnrrisous plurality 77756 Harrison majority over nil 2222 Complete returns from all the wards how the election of 23 Democratic al dermen 6 Republicans and 5 Indepen dents As a result the Democrats will have a majority of eight over all in tho next council- The Municipal voters league formed two years ago for the express purpose of improving tbo complexion of the city councilsucceeded in electing only seven of the twentyone indorsed candidates The man whose defeat was most desired by the league Alderman Jim Campbell of the twelfthward and a leader of the council gang was up for reelection and was overwhelmingly defeated Lane the league candidate did not win out but received sufficient support to cause tire election of Joseph R Francis Democrat the first time a Democrat has over represented the twelfth ward Speaking of his victory Mayor elect Harrison said There is no danger that the city will be handed over to two years of vice and debauchery Iwill also promise that there will bo nothing of what are characterized as wide open days I do not recognize the necessity of public gambling in Chicago but I believe largely in tire German idea of personal liberty It draws a sharp line between liberty and license I shall en ter upon the duties of this office wholly unhampered by pledges of any kind My purpose is to give the city a conservative business administration I shall not bo dictated to by any man or any league or any association andso long as I occupy the chair no one will be mayor but Carter H Harrison Communicated The Reward of Intelligence Now what is needed in walling back the ocean of poverty and drunkenness and impurity is the help of more ardent and supporting hands Sorrow after sorrow comes in the tide of life moves on and the tempest of human irate and satanic fury is in full blast 0 man of troubles what arc all the feasts of world ly delight if they were offered you com pared with the opportunity of helping to build and support barriers which sometimes seem giving way through mans treachery and the worlds forget fulness Oh man t ohwoman I to the front bring prayer bring tears bring cheeringwords and when you have done all this kneel down at the quaking walls until the God of the winds and the sun shallsilence your troubles In that ef fort you will forget or be helped to bear your own troubles and in a little while you will be taken up out of your disturbed and harrowing condition andall will become well with you on account of preceding distress We stand amid tho palaces The pinnacles are aflame with the morning light The columns rise festooned and wreathed with the wealth of nations The walls are hung with shields and emblazoned until it seems that tlie whole world of splendor had been exhausted to produce them Gold en stars are shining down in the paths of men and leading them by day and by night until they reach the Bethlehem of prosperity Our only safety in this life is righteousness toward God and justice toward man If we forget the goodness of the Lord in our land if political cor ruptions which have poisoned the high palaces of virtue and led us contrary to the rules of authority causing free gov ernment to be only a byword in every land aro not reformed we will yet see the smoke of our nations ruin Future historians will record upon the pages bedewed with generous tears the story of this great republic this great refuge nation which arose only a little more than a century ago Long may the sun of prosperity shed its enlivening beams on this great country of ours Long may the pure and sacred flame of liberty sired its radiance in her holy temple Disdaining all debasing and dishonorable pursuits may the present and succeeding generations of Americans shed luntro on tho national character by a dignified in tegrity both with regard to morals and religion This alone will preserve the union banish all selfishand ambitious motives and promote the lasting reign of prosperity KELLY KABII Stillwater Ky RINGING WORDS Congressman Evan E Settle Speaks Ont in Unmistakable Terms A Louisville Post representative interviewed Congressman Settle at Washing ton recently and Mr Settle says his in terview as printed iin the Post must have been misunderstood by tire reporter or he did not make himself quite clear The idea ho meant to convey is given in a later interview which we copy- I distinctly said that I favored both sides or factions meeting half way in their efforts to get together lie said- I purposely tried to avoid saying any thing of an offensive nature such as the gold Democrats must return in sackcloth and ashes Tho idea I tried to convey was that we the bulk of the old party would meet the recalcitrant members half way become one again as if there had never been any division say nothing about the past and look hopefully to the futureI think harmony can bo restored in any other way and it becomes more evident every day that we have got to harmonize for the sake of human ity Whatever our individual opinions might be it is our duty to come togeth er if for one purpose only to prevent the Republicans from further disgracing tho state of Kentucky What is true of the party in tho state is equally true of the party in the na tionI have been in congress just long enough to realize ono tiring that the Republican party is not the party for the poor people to tie to that while the Democrats may not always bo right the Republican party is invariably wrong and when it comes to a fight between 1 tho few and the many tho few will always bo protected and the poor left to shift for themselves Believing as I do I think it becomes almost criminal for Democrats to remain divided in order that the common enemy may further fatten itself by feeding up on us separate By all means let us have harmony It can not come n day too soon or last too long for me But when we again get harmony let us see that we keep it in spite of thunder For Wut of Advertising Thousands upon thousands ot dollars worth of property is sacrificed every year at forced sales in this county for want of proper advertising There is no special advertising law the general law is almost worthless so officers who make official sales are wont to put up cheap written notices for the sale of largo farms big business houses and other valuable property No body knows anything about it and no one attends the sale but some fellow in the shylock business and down goes the hammer at a nominal bid and it in generally a fact that both creditors and debtors aro slaughtered What is the remedy Proper advertising Let the courts order the sales advertised in the newspapers Let the officers and parties in interest see to it that the news is spread far and wide so that bidders will be attracted This will bring the matter out in the open The property will sell for its fair value and all pasties concerned will be gainers een the defeat ot a shylock bidder is a glorious gain We thus call attention to this matter and hope to see a reforma tion Sentinel Democrat How many deaths can be traced to a slight cold TThe record of mortality would be greatly reduced if every home was supplied with a fettle of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey The great exteraalna tor tt coughs colds croup sad kindred afectioas k r ttiL 1 t Died at Rower kltury Indian territory onsMarch 26 1897 Frances Chambers wife ofI t SwangoShechurch at this place soon after her arri vat in the county some four years ago and has since lived a consistent Christ a ian and died in that faith that eharae terizes the true Christian She leaves five children a brokenhearted husband and a host of kind friends to mourn her loss To tho bereaved husbandand sorrowing friends we would say weep not for her who has gone to live with the angels It is hard to give her up but an our lows is heavens eternal gain let us look to Him who does all things well and bear the toss as best we can Her funeral was preached by Rev R M Bean assisted by Elder H H Mouser to a griefstricken congregation in the little church at this place teNt for the toiling had Rest for the anxious brow Rest for the weary wayworn feet test from all labor now JOHN LANDSAWA At a called meeting of Mizpah llodge No 507 F A M held Wednesday April 8 18W7 it was opened in the third degree in duo form with the following officers and brethren present J H Pierratt W1M J B Rose S W pro tem J H Rose J W i Dr J A Taulbee sec pro tern J W Taulbee treas pro tern J M Ingram S D H E Pier act J D pro tem J F Wood S T J M Pieratt and R Nickcll stewards J T Pieratt chaplain R G Rose Doc Stamper J T Day and Too Stamper pall bearers Alison Rose Sam Cecil J B Amyx and 0 W Cecil Visiting brethren D C Lykins Cox lodge No 484 J C Day heaver lodge No 505 Joe M Walters Dr J D Whitaker J C Sebastian Greenville lodge No 065 i G W Rogers Tom Sexton R Guilders Maytown lodge No 656 O J McKen zie A O Peyton I W Rose W C Kendall Highland lodge No 311 J W Henry erubablo lodge No 199 Joo i M Pieratt Frank Amburn Doc Mur phy Ezel lodge No 550 IlKSOMITIONH OF RESPECT Whereas In the wisdom of the Greatii Architect of the Universe Bro James It Rose of Mizpah lodge No 507 has been called from labor to refreshment and has now been admitted into that lodge on high where sorrow pain and r death can never mar the pleasures thewGrand Master provides for those who enter therein Mizpah lodge mingles its sorrows and tears with those of his be loved wife and children and cheerfully and lovingly points them to God in their saddest of bereavements Bro Rose de parted this life April 7 1897 being 7d years old Ho had always been a good citizen a Christian gentleman a loving and devoted husband and father a friend to the friendless and an upright good man in all things He died as ho hall I lived honored and respected by all men Resolved That in his death Masonry has lost one its brightest jewels andrstrongest pillars i That we tender his entire family our heartfelt sympathy and trust they may all meet him in that lodge on high Resolved That Mizpah lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days that a copy of these resolutions be sent Iris family and a copy be spread upon our record book- J A TAULBKE G B SWASTGO J T DAYCommittee Like n titter Frolr leme SHERMAN TEX April 1 189C i SPENCER COOPER Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky Enclosed yeuofwill find 60 cents for which please send me TilE HEBALD for six months It baa been discontinued for some time and I miss it so much It answers the place of a letter from home almost Please cc send it to this address MRS MAGGIE ELYi 1 885 W Moore St Sherman Ttjtfi V r Tt Gut Chili Su 111 vV Take Laxative BrMso Q IsJio i Tafc t tdU d tueflitbf ill M te0YC 1 Hc 0ct r AffI1 Jix f lOI I j llJtrt1tt tr I fJ j Cv1Rf t ft l1 rf 1 rr 1ftif iL i t r 1i Ii Ii 1 l to 4 I- h IJ1 j j T NXNiSi SERAPHIM yMans yap I FabrlI a OJ Jtt j F Glorious Machlns J t1 4 U i A1 ta IThiit 8 wi tlinM Wander Into Vntlii of I IF tynrldthnseWlna or Humility OftendNoi del to Cuv r the FuotA tliiAl Mormon by lCoVr I ttYtrt redullet lltTwtfitAgis i I q v Tho suit saltYl r Tulmagos sermon I Sunday5 tis ur Seraphim and Aho tcxuk laulah vi2TiltdetvnIn ho covered his twain ho covered his fool and with twain did ho lly In a hospital of leprosy good lilngtUzzlah Bail died and the whole was shadowed with solemnity and theological and projiliotlc Isaiah was thinking about religious thing1 as one is apt to do Iu times of great national I bcrcttvamont and forgetting the pres once of his wife and two suns who family ho has a dream not llkothe dreams of ordinary char actor which generally cocoon from In digestion bid n vUlou most instruc t tive and under the touch of tho hand of tho Almighty Tho place tho ancient temple build I ing grand awful majestic Within thattomploa throng higher and grand t er than that occupied by any czar or sultan or omporpr On that throne i thodternul Christ In lines HUrrbund ing that throne tho brightest celes tials not tho cherubim hilt higher 1 than they the most exquisite and ra 1 diant of tho heavenly inhabitants the BOraphitri They are called burners I because they lookI llko fire liipH of fire eyes of lire feet of fire in I addition to the features and the I limbs which suggest a human bolngI thcro urn pinions which suggest the1 lithest tho swiftest the most buoyant I and tho most aspiring of till intelli F gent creation a bird Each seraph wingsdrr quivers and plashes with these pinions NoW folded now spread now beaten in locomotion With twain ho coher p ed his font with twain ho covered his f face nnd with twain ho did fly II The probability Is that these wings l were not till used up at once The ideruph standing thcrlMionr the throne overwhelmed tit the insignificantgot I tho paths his feet hint trodden as com pared with tho paths trodden by the I fcot of God and with the lameness ofv his locomotion amounting almost to dooreptltudo as compared with thin di I vtno velocity with feathery veil of un Rcllc modesty hides the feet 1 With twain Ho slid cover his fuel Standing thcro overpowered by thott overmatching splendors of Gods HloryII and unable longer with tho eyes to look upon them and wishing those oycs shaded front tho insulTerablo glorytho pinions gathnr over tho coun E tenance With twain ho did cover his face It Thou as God tolls tho seraph to go tb tho farthest outpost of lin j monsity on message of light nnd love j pad joy and get back before the first I nntlibm It does not tithe tho seraph u t great while to spread himself upon I r t the air with unimaglucd celerity j ono stroke of tho wing equal to 10 000 leagues of air With twain ho did fly Tho most lpractical and useful lesson for you and ma whan wo sea tho ser aph spreading hU wings over hits feet L Is the lesson of humility at imperfec arotthorn with ol1ylho seraph so far beneath God and wo so far beneath 1 the coraph in service wo ought to be plunged into humility utter aid com theyhave1 feet how many missteps they haVo taken Our cpt in how many paths of worldlinqss and fully they have- vnllcetl NolthorGod nor seraph Intended tb put any dishonor upon that which iIs AlmightyOOllthol and anatomists pro overwhelmed nt tho Wonders of its organization The f Urldgcwater Treatise Written by Sir Charles Hell dn thin wisdom and good ness of God ns illustrated in tbohuWlu hBmlwas a re v IellucathmlInttistamentti couragemont of Christian literature Tho world could afford to forgive his eccentricities though Vie hind two dogs seated at hiss table and thought ho put six dogs alone in an equlpagb drawn by tour boraes and attended by two footman With his largo bequest In r ducing Sir Charles Bull to write so valuable a book on tho wlidom of God e in tho structure of the human hand tho would could niTord to forgive his oddities And tho world could now af ford to havo another earl of Itrldgo water however idiosyncratic if iit would induce feorao Other Sir Charles Hell to write abookon tho wisdom and goodaess of God in tho construe tlbn of tlje human foot Tho articula tion of its bones the lubrication or Iits o joints ilie gracefulnessI of its linesc l the liHjfcnUlty of IU cArlila cs the del rIl jteb or its veins the Vapidity of its r useularJcontraefioal the sensitive i lseae pfdts perycst 1I rodudF tho praises qf tho human foot With hat win alto cHmbof- iwirokr sit istitf foUiiJdMloh of thc qf towf1 rJb it vjis the Jb ga1ri g I Oodpoiwd eoluwB WitU lUbe war trll1ta IIAMI1Uck ttMitt tsWI1th I11 trt JhIwsetf euulOC hut IS itltiarreac eslhla work ttlheett tdltml3 hhlI pd I 1 G 0 Qr x7 1 1 t 1 y 4 nation Its loss an irreparable die tof 4UboaUh aa Invaluable equip lientJ fou want to know m p value 1 ask tlra man i whoso foot Vjaralysls hath shrivel hid inabliluery hath crushed or sur goons knife has amputated The Illblo honors it Especial care Lost thou asht thy foot against a stone he will not suffor thy foot to bo movpd tfly foot shall not stumble Especial chargoflteop thy foot when thou goest to the house of pods Especial peril Their feet shall slide In due Imp Connected with tho worlds lie shall set ono foot on tho sea and the other on tho earth live mo tho history of your foot and will glyo you thp history of your life ime Toll mo up what steps It hath gbnc dbwn what declovltlcs and in what rondo and In what directions and I will know more about you than want to know None of us couldI onduro tho scrutiny Our feet not always iu paths of God Sometimes iu paths oftvorltill ness Our foot a divine nail glorious machinery for usefulness and wrirk so often making missteps so often going In the wrong direction God aiowlng every stop tho patriarch say Ing Thou Hottest n print on alto heals of my taut Crimes of tho hand crime of the tohgucVcrtihcs of tho uses rimes of tho ear not worse thou the crimes of tho toot Oh wo want tho wings of humility to cover the feotI Ought wo not go Into selfabnegation before tho alt scarchhug all scrutlniz lug alltrying eye of God The ser uplis tin How much more 01 With twain he covered tho feet All this tulle about tho dignity of hu man nature Is braggadocio and filIII Our nature started at tho hand of God regal lint It has been pauperized There Is n well In llolglum which ones md very guru water and it was stoutly masoned with stone and brick but that well afterward became the center of tlm battle of Waterloo At the open ing of the buttle the soldiers with their sabers compelled tho gardener Win Von Kylsoni to draw water out of the well for them and It was very puruI water Hut tho battle ranged and three hundrud dead and half dead oroI Hung lute the well for quick nail easy burial so that the well of refreshment became the well of death and long after people looked down Into the well and they bay the blenched skulls but no water So the human soul was n well of good but the armies of sin have ought across It and been slain nUll It hips became n well of skeletons 1 Vend hopes dead resolutions dead opportunities dead ambitious An abandoned well unless Christ shall reopen and purify and fill it as tho well of ISelgiutn never was Unclean unclean Another seraphic posture In the text With twain ho covered the face That means reverence Godward Mov er HO much irreverence abroad in thu world as today You see It in the de faced statuary in the cutting out of llgnrcs from lino paintings In tho chip ping of monuments for a memento in tho foot that a military guard must stand at tho graves of Lincoln and Garfleld and that old shuttle trees must bo cut down for fire wood though J GO George P Mor rlycn bug tho woodsman to spare the tree and that calls a corpse a cadaver And that npeaks of tho death as going over to tho majority and substitutes for tho reverent terms father and mother the old man anti tho old woman and hiding nothing Impress sire in the ruins of Ilaalbcc or tho columns of ICarnac and sees no differ onto in tho Sabbath from other days except it allows more dissipation and rends the Ilible In what Is called higher criticism making It not the word of God but a book with tams things In it irreverence Hover so much abroad How nmhy take tho namo of God In vain how many trival things snit about the Almighty Not will Ing to have God Vn the world they roll up an Idea of sentimentality and hu nmnltariaulsm and impucnco and Im becility and call It GoJ No wings o reverence over tho taco no tatting off of shoes on holy ground You can tell from the way they talk they could have made a bettor world than this and that the God of tho lllblc shocks every sonso of propriety They talk of the love of God In u way that shows you they believe It does not make tiny tilt ference how haul a man is hero ho will TheytalkJronoraljiilthe conndrelly of tho universe No wrollgdOlloThe lilblo gives two descriptions of God and they aro just opposite and they are both trutf In ono place tlio lllblo says God Is bare In another place the lllblo says Ood Isa consum lug fire Tho explanation I is as plalu as plain can be God through Christ is love nod out of Christ Is lire To win tho ono and to escape the other oursulvesbol1keeplugno atonement I want ho pardon I upabdlacmdcfyhmWttnts io dd with tnV PI go tho finite1 limnas theVrQathprihohurn n nostrils llotie- Clio o rtaslltfff alr 5vnl5 flit lhYr arch tof Hcavert ow tlio headaMtietf r thUkBtfcai the hingschar1otgaes by i and thetarchangel turn away bpc saiI t Jr- N v I f ho can n Jt endure tho splendor and the chorus of all the empires oMIcav en comes in with full diapason holy bolylliolyl fy 4Reverence tOr shamrevarenco for the old merely bee ause It Is old revor once for stupidity owcver learned reverence for incapacity however finely inaugurated 1 have none Jtutwo want mpro rovorenco for Gy j moro reverence for tho Bible moro rever once for the pure more reverence for tho good llevorcnco characteristic of nil great natures You hear itln the roll of tho master ora tories You spa It in tlolItityliuulsund1 Tltlans and OhlrlanUnjos1 Yliu study It In tho nrchltoctnro of thu Aholiabs and Chrlsufphcr WcnV lo not bo flippant ObdfI5iibt oko about death notmakoifun of the Bible Do not dorldu tho jCturiml The brightest nml mightiest seraph can not look unabashed upon Him In voluntarily tho wings como up With twain ho covered lity face Who is this God before whom tho arrogant rood intractable refuse rovcrenc There was an engineer by the namo of Straslcrates who was in tho employ of Alexander the Great anti ho offered to how a mountain in the shape of his plaster the emperor thu enormous figure to hold in his left hand u city of ton thou sand inhabitants while with his right land it was to hold a basin large enough to collect nil the mountain tor rents Alexander applauded him for his Ingenuity but forbade tho enter prise because of its costliness Yet I hale to tell you that our King holds in ono hand nil the cities of thin earth and all the oceans whllo ho has the stars of heaven for his tiara Earthly power goes from hand to limpl front Henry I to Henry 11 and Henry III prom Charles L to Charles II front Louis i to Louis II and Louis Ill but from everlasting to everlasting is Old God tho first God the lust God the only Ho has ono telescope with which Ho sees everything His omniscience Ho huts one bridge with which ho crosses everything Ills omnipresence Ho leas one hammer with which ho builds everything ills omnipotence Put two tablespoonfuls of water in the palm of your hand and it will over flow but Isaiah indicates that God puts tho Atlantic and the Pacific anti the Arctic and tho Antarctic and the Mediterranean and the Ulack sea and all the waters of tho earth In the hollow of his hand The fingers the beach on ono side the wrist the beach on tho othl rtlllo holdeth tho water in the hollow of his hand As you take a pinch of salt or powder between your thumb and two lingers so Isaiah indicates God takes up the earth Ho measures the dust of tho earth thin original there Indicating that God takes all tho dust of all the continents between the thumb and two fingers You wrap around your hand n blue ribbon five times ten times You say itis five hind breadths or it is trot hand breadths So hull cotes the prophet God winds tho blue ribbon of tho sky around his hand Ho mototh out tho heavens with a spas You known that bal ances are made of a beam suspended into middle with two basins at the ex tremity of equal heft 1n that way what vast heft his been weighed lint what nro the balances of earthly ma nlpulntlnn compared with tho balances that Isaiah saw suspended when he saw Ood putting into tho scales the Alps and tie Appontncs and Mt Wash ington anti tho Sierra Novadas You see the earth hail to be ballasted It welJrhtInor too touch weight in Africa on in America so when God mode tho mountains Ho weighed them The lllblo distinctly says that God knows tho weight of tho great ranges that cross tho continents tho tons the pounds avoirdupois tho ounces the grains the millegranlmesjuist how much thoy weighed then just how weighedfin a balance Ohl what a God to run against olil what n God todlshonor brightest iarity with GOtf The wings of rover oiico are lifted With twain ho cov erect the ftuc- eAnothar seraphic posture in the text Thin seraph must not always sit and bo still He must move and it must bo without clumsiness There must bo celerity anti beauty In the movement With twain hodltl fly Correction cxhilcratlon Correction at our slow gait for wp only crawl in the sevvip when we ought to fly at the divine bid ing Exhilaration in tho fuel that the soul has wings as tho seraphs lixvo wings What 19n wing An Instru ment of locomotion They may not be- like seraphs wing they may not be teingsGodon wings as eaglesIt Wo are matte in tho divine imago anti lied has wings The lllblo says sot pleating in ills wings Under whoso wings host thou como to trust The soul with broteen 1 havo it now Cagod within bars of boo int under curtains ofbosh but one tiny lo bo free I hoar the rustle of pinions in Sdagravos poem which singeeiltotc1itbr W b s AlcxdJ 1 laoJnt UlrI 04 Oeptb ylbero le t0yr victory t a If A dying Christian not long ago cried alrlIst t tOvUIOJ t r bright butterfly thin dulland the stu pld anti tho lethargic tuin divtQ tlioI atcrt and bountiful Well my friends in this world wo nro in tho chrysalid state Dcvtb will unfurl the wings Oh If no = Jdonly realize what n grand thing 1twill he to got rid of this bodynnd4mou11tthmheavens nlbatross nor facrm n condor pitch ing from highest lingo of Andes bi buoyant or so mnjtvtic of stroke See tliatetiglb in the mount atn nest It looiv so sick so ragged f01atherod so vorn out anti dyhugyou it Is tho moulting seaion with that bird Notdying but moulting You IndIIworld says ho is dying I say it Is tho bodydropplugcoming on Not dying but moulting Moulting out of darkness and sin and Whydoshivering at tho thought of death and trying to hold back and wishing you could stay hero forever anti Kpeakof departure as though the subject wore filled with skeletons and the varnish of coffins cud as thought you pro ferrol lame foot to swift wing O peoplo of God let us stop playing IlptmIHHI11ghtverge of this life and there are vast precipices beneath and sapphirod domes above which way will you llyV Will you swoop or will you soar Will you fly downward or will you lly up ward Everything on tho wing till day bidding us aspire Holy Spirit fin tho wing Time on tho tvng flying away front ns Eternity on tho wing Hying toward us Wings wings wings INTERESTING ITEMS UXI IK a bill passed 7 y the New York senate Ipersons convicted of place log obstructions on railroad trucks pro guilty of murder in the first de gree lint Indiana legislature has adopted nrosolution urging tin national gov ernment aid in suite plan for utilis lug tho water power at the lulls of tho Ohio Tun Nebraska law for the extend nation of the Russian thistle has beoi repealed tho cattlemen having disco creel in it a staple food cinpply for liva stock ST Mourr Switzerland has tho champion toboggan slide of tho worM It is threequartern of a tulle long nnd hits been descended in a whiz of It seconds TUB grcatgrcatgrandijhildreu of Sir Walter Scott are seven in number and four of them are boys Tho eldest Walter Joseph is now in his twenty first year CONNICCTICUT which was dotted nil over with toll gates hits just removed the last of them without loss to the owners or Inconvenience to tho travel lug public Joiiv HOn who was said to be the last of the Grotna Green post boys wait killed recently nt Carlisle by falling while washing tho windows of a bank Ho was 77 years of age A DOCTon says that persons who at mill their thirtieth year without Imf fering from any disease are lilcelyall things being equal to live till they are at least 71 years of age IN ono of tho old London oanks n containinginoneybeen opened or called for in IfiO years and which now remains without a claimantIGKN Aintrn IIKASANTOX who died in Washington a few days ago had lived iu such complete retirement for some years that sunny of his war timn comrades were scarcely aware that he was Htlll living EKtNo MILAN unit Queen Natalie of Servia have arranged to live ponce ably together for a time to enable King Alexander to appear with sonic pretense to decency as a suitor for tho hand of a princess JNVKNTIVK geniuses are now busy trying to devise something that will prove as groat an attraction at tho great Paris exhibition of 1000 as dill thin Eiffel Tower of 1889 An Ameri can Inventor suggests n floating town a promisestoaerial railroad tho whole to bo safely supported by series of gigantic bal loons anti prevented from floating off into space by being anchored to thin exposition grounds Access to tho streets of the aerial city is to be ob trained by means of elevators and tho visitors can I1vonn sleep in the clouds Dit GvisKiii SAXAHKMI who re cently discovered tho bacillus of yol Ibw fever Is not yet 30 years of age and has been at tho head of the Monte video Institute of Experimental Hy gicno a little over a year Ho took his degree at tho University of Siena In 18SO then studied In Germany and at the Pasteur institute in Paris nUll first camo Into notice by his success in isolating tho blbr o of cholera In tlio drinking water of Paris and his dom onstration that it was comparatively proIfussorahlp byttlttit+ J t w I eRSONAL AND IMPERSONAL t fI far i fc fr Mrwp j tditorj Porter ale new jaldenii jBccrttnry IK describe l its a tall graceful wnn with a wlimingjsniiieJ I ultdtti hearty laugh He iswitty rlerldly nnd generous never offending people on personal grounds t Abner C Goodell Sr of Salem I Mass who celebrated his ninetypec i and birthday recently in said to have built the first cracker machine n ma chine to HhnV9 out lcegstotItnml thin first printing press to print both sides tfl sheet tit once John Wf UntCH who figured so prominentlyI in the steel pool called u meeting of the campaign contributors i in ISX1 iiqii vaHllngiatcl to find beret proceed ngs tullyi reported Itsiimorning by a reporter whom ho tool for a capitalist Mr iingw ill nnd his brother who writes wider the nnine of ZZt do thehr literary work tit opposite sitlts ofit writing table and working at white heat they throw the sheets on the floor puthpring up lint sorting out the do bris when tho days work is over The following woinen tire said to be the six wealthiest in the worlds Senor Isldora Consinb 200000000 i Hetty Green 0000000 Baroness Dur iettCoutts 1 0000000 bLmeJJul vies 15000000 Miss Mary Gnrrett 10000000 Mrs Wolcskn 10000000 Frances senate which sits in the I uxcinbonrg1 palace hUH struck against having fay more statues of baldhead cal poets suit up in the Luxembourg gar cicns Jt draws the line at the hairless Jatil Vnrlaine thu last poets honored Theodore dc Unnvilfc Henri Murger unil Iecontc de 141M10 being also bald Pastor lout Spurgeoti of Uio Metropolitan Tnbcrniiulo sayrf the Lon svl foil Daily News took tits littleI son to Witness the festivities at Spurgconh Orphanage No doubt Master Spur can hUM n very happy home but when he site the nrrny of toys ChrlutimiH trees thud the general jollity in the in j btitution which lilt grandfather found ed he looked up in hit fathers face und made the inililial remrirl O dont 1 wish 1 wax un orphan TWO SETS OF GIRLS lliMvcrw anil Recd Kloiirlnh lit tlio Sumo Soil There is in one of our largest cities an Immense shop owned by a man enii cent in good works us well as In bust ness cud in politics Its employes full aturully into little clubs or coteries 110 men and women of similar tastes often going to spend their summer vu cations together Lust August four girls from this store went to u seacoast village in New Eng land Their pale faces nnd eager o- UGht in the sea and fields touched the hearts of the old fishermen ami their wives who speedily nude friends with them and welcomed them to their little houses The girls were uneducated but they were simple sincere and modest ns the I finest gentlewomen They fished rowed and walked striving to under stand the new world around them1 When their holiday was over they went bask to town rosy and strong their j brains full of new ideas and the richer for life by a few faithful friends Four other girls in their turn wont to the same tcnvn They had spent their savings in plumed hats and cheap silks A coarse perfume surrounded them they wore gilt bungles anti rhinestone necklaces Each hind her hired bike on which she raced incessantly up undjj down in front of the hotel scorching anti even jockeying ns on a horse + bouncing up and down on her Slut S Lund shouting to her companions y When the daily railroad trait came f In they were always titvthp station bareheaded jolting with the conductors or brakomen Tile villagers watched tthem wish iuice lint they were not crlml j nalglrls Their only hnibltioii vas tott catch n bean Jho idle lnen of the u village soon gathered around them and they went bjick to town jnoje vulgar and nearer ruin than skein they came toll This is n literally true inpfdcift It ji shows thus tho country will give back to you the crop which you plant in it The pure nit and bounty of nature an v nil Htimulnting to the growth pt weeds j as of flowers if you choose weeds they j inn be gathered at any wayside A Youths Companion IM II 1 11 if XonVotorn Early in the history of Maryland a fine of 100 pounds of tobuccd was im posed upon every elector who failed to vote nt an electron It is said that the only similar attempt node since that time to stimulate the regular exercise of the franchise is u provision of the charter of Kansas City Mo imposing flue of 250 upon every qualified voter who falls to vote at n general epee tion This tits adopted in 1880 and n i t test case under U has just been ruled upon by the supreme court of the state That tribunal has overruled the decision of the lower court which sus trained the provision of the charter and has pronounced it unconstitutional Youths Companion 9avlpgs flank In Knulnuil In England about ono in 21 of the a population has an account in a Kivlngf bank in Wales one ii 40 in Scotiaiul ono in 12 and in Ireland one in iuO Isngitvldepositors tothtIrish y 4 THE FARMING WORLD 1- 4t VALUABLE TESTS They ICiitnbtltfli ifco true Volno ot t 1 Ulllk Fat In Uheenv AlnUlug The relation of 11I1IIe lat to yield of clieese and the consequent valuuof milkI Tnt ns tv tinsiij in paying for milk for lliecsenuiklnff is the subject of Bulk I tin 110 of the New York experimental station nt Geneva N Y The contents c are based upon time results secured by thinking analysis of the milk of 50 herds ot cows whose mute Vas taken to a cheese factory The work eoyered nn 1 entire cheat ranking Reasonj of slxl e pionths from iny tofjdJitqber pitt is i shown that in general tin cheese yield it komewhnt greater for a pound of fat hi poor mills than in rich niILk For ex tample comparing two mill 8 Iohtillh jug respectively three und four percent of fat the former makes 295 pounds of cheese for each pound of mill fat while the latter makes 025 pound less or 2GO pounds of cheeses fur one pound of tiIt is shown Um lllilHidjffcrcnceJnJaVor ff cheese yieldI for fat ffn Moor jinlk is only an hppnreht bifcbecAuse tits Miff crenee oRdTsS poMmd In madeup br i enecin and uiiter which Is really not ifs valuable as separator ukimmilk cheese r end which has n market value not to exceed two cents per pound Thereon Atltncnts In 100 pounds of direst nuide 4 from the richer mill nr worth tnore in the market than nre the constituents frtnn 100 pounds of cheese made front poorer milk Mill rich In fat can he y made to yield clicesu of the mine com jToEition as milk poorer In fat in afro of two ways 1 by adding sid III III I lie t1or 2 removing fat fr01I1tI rjcii i er milk then tlme cheese yield for a 1 pound of rut becomes the same The difference in the cheese yield of milk t fat in the ease of poor milk over richer i milk is a skimmilk difference cod the nictru yield of cheese for fat is the poor I 1cst kind of skimmllk pheeso It is 1lIICIWIIi that paying for milk ntjjjprdlng to weight of milkLfurrilflihVdik exceed Ja11I Ir unfair to the producer of richer t mule It is shown that the cheese yield I t by Itself dues not const It itute a fair bnsls for payment hcunufw it gives poor nllk an undue advantage t JtkUI1 S comparison of nil methods of Imill x milk suggested or in use leads most ornplinticnly to the lhhrllllo l that milk fat affords the falrest praetjiiil basis tt- 4Rc to in paying for milk for cheese mak hag In conclusion It is pointed nut thai where the milk fat basis is used there IH no tendency to adulterate and defraud while there Is every eneoiir fl ggement to produce milk of better h quality CISTERN AND TANK A WiUorlnu1 ArrmiKXimift Tluil tint Worked 11ell for Yuans Time brick and cement cistern A nI C D Is M1 feet in diameter nearly 10 feett deep auto holds rib6nt GO bnrrxls A tt4 itch galvanied 11011 pipe l12 0 under stable floor and barn foundation con i nects the bottom of the cistern with the 5barrel wooden tank tibptit a foot above its hot tomts shown in the cut The cistern as shown is very much re duced in size as compared with the ttmnkto save room hit till tint Xt D I letter indistinct is n rolling cutoff or j faucet worked by the iron lever I J G Time small iron roil II C connects thisJ JJlccr with the lever of the flout To tho right of C the luvotvof this Iloat Mvjngs on a phot fris fned to the back I Ji side of the tank To the left of C is the hollow copper globe about 5 inches In J JtHIIIIIlI attached to the cnd of the lever The notion Is as follows When the wnter is used ilcwn jii the tank the rat nr Arl t CISTERN AND TANK f recedingswnter pushes dovvn G the end of they fnucet lever and opens the fnneot and elsternrnshcsIntothet ally closes the faucet or cutoff When siovrnatightI11I tuidcI 1 I j 1 flumtl nottweatherCto prevent possible freezing It is ni1 IInclrc qunrter ofa3wlncln 1JJ or pump for there Is none Ohio Ii Jtj ICA trent Aid to KnrmerIS llQl1lidnumbered and Ito size quality of soil ctc specifiedwill he a great aid In Ijkeeping track of the years trcawic llovf few really know the nx ae pense of each growl crop the pasty ear V lust their cows pigs Sheep bUll ehfcI- tl s hnportant Ia t u otbenegkctedIth know whnthq rahteerat H profitunit ticwhat at a Ibs9iColalsuri Rural World V pw r r- aY i QHICQfiYI IN INDIANA I A BtimtBftinerji County 1krmerTUot llle ISxprrleiicc with It Lust spring I bought five cents worth of elicory seed and pinnted It In my garden This fall iI dug four bushels of chicory roots As i had 4cver seen any of the stuff before 1116 not know what to do with It but hearing It was totrystripstookputthetaheadlugthroUlIhlUot mcmbput 15 minutes arid found 1 hnd ocr a bushel of chicory meair This meal my wife roasts gr broyvjip In tjia stove the among as green coffee but it takes a much shorter time coffeetint iicpnpctuA8ubat tute fat If used with It cannot he de tected from the puruartlule We nso iieclhruthey1 think it should be largely used u mctiicnlnutllorbyt l never was known to have many bud ef fect unless usedl iivcxcessive quantity when itsmnetTmes results in dysentery Again coffee Is expensive while chicory cost but very little Whdt 1 raised II IptllIrgour wideawake farmers in each com nntnitytry It uiidlt will not be long until a large coffee bill will be cut off onlytrottliotylllroots v Ihlch mnatbo done thoroughlyI et I almost every town Mins sbine ap paratus by which it can bo dune It can be ground in an ordinary coffee mill Orange Judd Farmer ENTERING THE GARDEN IInciitChlhthlIThe garden gate Is often neglected Often it is a large gate to admit a donblo team with plow lit wagon More often it is a pair of bars thatI must he climbed aver Kit down or crowded through If MhV gate to your garden Is lilt beIsli0tmi III tho accompanying III list I A lion It eon be easily made with n few inch boards mid short bits of 2vl HKTTKU THAN A loon OATB scantling or litakcs cut front the wood pilet farmers have Melds surrounded bywire fences These Holds arc often crossed on foot and many a step saved by avoiding the entrance gate tills is especially true in the winter time when time children are going to school Tho wire fence Is no respect cr of clothes nail many u little git l3 jmulc std by tearing her bright new gown while trying to get through one tad mummy a weary mother sighs as sho takes up the rent trousers of time boy who was getting over the fence and gut caught To save these tears to snvo time to nave the strength of tho fence build a pair of steps as indicated by till illustration wherever u well trodden path leads across through nwiro fence Farm Field and Fireside IloV 1lnnlN Acquire rood The director of tho Now Jersey ex periment station says The legumes a class of plants which includes thu various clovers peas beans vetches etc differ front other plants in being able under proper conditions to ac qulro their nitrogen front the nlr anti can therefore make perfeet growth witbouj depending upon soil nitrOgen On the other hued tho various grussito and grains are hot onlyI dependent H pon soil nitrogen but they must have nn abundance during their most rapid period of growth in order to attain their maximum development For the latter class of plants favouiblo re suits are secured from the proper mire of nitrogenous manures while for the former close the application of nitrogenous manures simply results h sup plying an element which could have been secured quite as well by tho plant Itself without expense French lilvnn of MIltilnRr A French dairy journal says you should milk rapidly Because slowness capseY lrgsof trenin thoroughlyttithq- last I drop because tho last is best at tho siimo time every day crosswise with thXfore thud hiAQ tents because thin taint flows notes thghwith parallel milking with live jngcrs not first timid thumb never with n machine iiletly keeping time cov as placid as possible and If young and restive rais ing her fore foot with a ptrnp N ver strike mural keep linndscowa udder and nil utensils extrloIcnllt Cows kept fn comfortable quartern in winter eat Iless thrive better anti give more milk titan If exposed to cold or storm Ground boric soon loses a good deal of Its nutritive = value after twlugj ground Welt ato ce1JAt11Hmf i i- V t4- rt t flij l miles tarp of Unlontovn T on the north sldo of Ihe oUt NattOiail turnpike in a field belonging too till j estate formerly In po esi J1ofJamn fiickson U tho grave of IJraddock which is still vifeU cared for untt tended ThlH grave Is protected ly a fence and surrounded with trees 6bme of them brought from his native country ail planted there There are an Engllsi elm two I ngllsh larches two NorySg spruces and a willow from one of those Jutcrnl vnrictlesotjiAmcrlcan shrubberyi A ysvr Survey of London Is being prepnrcd uuder the cditorship of SIr Wnl erIIc sent Vhlch will give au amp count of every important building Ie stjltutipn and company In tho whole 1ij greater London It will contain iR history of tho city its trade polUlcSt power and customs mind will bo n case plcto rccorl of Its condition at thp ctrl1 of the nineteenth conturys The bock will bo inscight volumes fully Illus tratedj Ot j A Uu vi Thlmt WQ fc oh1rOn Hiirircd Dollars Reward for any rase of Cntarrh that can not bu cured bv H nils Catarrh Cure F 1 Cheney t Co Ilop Toledo O We tho uudcllli ned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years nod bvliuyt hint perfectly honorable in nil buxincw tianxactipiis stud financially able to curry out any obligations nuide by their thru- m1tst J i Truax Wholesale Druggists To h 1nltlinDraguiHts Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure in taken IntcltmllYiiI- ICtiu directly upon the blood mind nmroii HiirfntSM of the Hystcin Trice 75c lid hot tie Sold hnil Druggists1estimiiontule f rearKHulls Family Pills nre time best 1 r + rd It in impossible to discourage the mnn lrhntsoetercotditinnl1finds Uniutt Horn Over till IrccliilccI- Josts of invalids mutable to dent ruction Kitnply becnuNC they wijl cxejcifo no dis action in the mat t ors ot eating drinking and time ttvtidnuce oIC exciting ciiiwen nail nliovo nil in the item of medication They perMiKl in iloMin tlicmtilvcH in neaxon and Lint of season with drastic and violent ivm I fits opiates and mineral poiwitiH The bet the safest till pleafanteMt milistltute for Hiich loutI fill noreinedieH ill lIoKtcttorn StoiMiuli Hilterx potent for malarial rheii nmtic dyspeptic nervous and bilious coin 1lmlll A man who will go n block out of his tvay to nliako hands with everybody lie HOCM IH no better friend tlilin soine xvlio hardly take tUlle to Npeak Wiifthinptou Dcmociiit Spcclnlly IUiiu iiilfr That tIll Cleveland Akron Cnhnnbus Uy isjI still selliiiK round triti tickets between all stations on its line KOCH HOUIK and rrturnini Sunday at n trite of mho faro for the round HiHIkany or write to C F J1dly Owmerahlasscuugor Agent Cleveland O Often when people tdlou how they cold Homebody else what thev thought of them iit ms a he Wu hington Democrat XoToIIno for Ilfly Cents Over 400000 en red Why lIot Ict oIoniC regulate or remove your desire for tobacco Saves money makes health nod manhood Cure guaranteed 50e and 100 nil druggists A man who weighs more than 150 pounds pnyn the liddler double price when he ilanctH atcluseim Ulobe Fits stopped free oldpermoiently cured No tits after hllIt dnyViuo of Dr Klines rent Nerve Restorer 1 Fire ifJ trial bottle treatise Dr Kline 131 Arch bt 1liila 1a Girls nearly always nII1COII thiucKnbout nnotber girl who gets ahvmidofI tliem in Kohool Washington Democrat Miny to have rheumatism lust ns easy to gel rid alit with St Jacobs Oil It takes n hot fire to purify gold lamH Horn A Wonderful StatementF- rom Mrs McQIIIiii to Sir Iluklmui I think It my duty dear Mrs Ilnk homlto tell you what your wonderful Compound has tlonu for me I was dreadfully illthe doctors said- ouldtlsoy c cure mo but failed to do BO I gave up in despairt- utu took to my bed I had dreadful pains lu my hcnrtd fjlelaXfsparks boClIj fore my roy eyes and sqtna times I would get so bllmj I could not sec for several minutes- I could not stand very long without feeling sick and voroitlng si could not breathe n long breath without scream ing my heart pained so 1 also had female weakness inflam motion of ovaries painful menstrua tion displacement of tho womb itch lag of the external parts anti ulceration of tho womb 1 have had all these compfaints Who puma I had to stand were something dreadful My husband told me to try a bottle of Lydia JJ Plnkhams medicine which 1 did and after taking it fqr aivyhilpt was 1qre1o9therrV1 kind of mcdlclnofar mo as long aa you makatolnpouftL hoe erywommn whosaferJ vnt tmko yddr Coinpoiiact and bocurcdIR oJ aikdzLLU 113 Kilburn aveaue R6 kfor6lJU x A Nri rlMerll Rrtafl It IsAre iIath it to mo tieopJ tpHnow that rllthliuhhvay equipment c bets soutii the Ohio Klver an rants limablocktBtlystcin iIllcmtIeelectric headlight and crossing gong t to Nether with n iicffcctly lined rockbat touted roadbed alllltOItJe for the swift smith safe movement of passenger trains uf tlio most and1foritluQueen mid Crescent llouto doily QnclCd+ uletiSvhichcnclr year nre made n lmttlcaliort er throuch Bcciicry 1 Ill tlUI1tJlle tW C Hiiieuruou Ocnl1Putst Agt Ciucin uatl O Every real nice old lady fehoiiM have lift ltktutu taken with her llible in her hands timeBlbhqMchmgon nRountill No 4 and fl n tin ugli Inlhnali JlulT tSlecp Inu Cnr line between IMlllmore nnd Chi cago via Cincinnati null Indianapoli t- ThfoI Vill onhbre the phtron of the T S Ot SoW lly to innko the above imnied points without the iuconvcnicnvc of cluing lint caw I For tuna of trains antI further infurina thou call on ngents II d OSWAlly l1lctill1 n ilaiMo keciiH gvitig until olio or two oclock ill lliO inorning free Fnrpr lnlinr llnrcnu In order to assist the thousands of un employed men in Chieugo the Working huitIl I I others in all parts vf the country without cxpenmt to either Kniployern ing should stale dillnitcly IIH to the Icing ot to he paid timid if railway fare WOIklWIIII1i l Address I nbor Iturcaii Vorkinumcnti JHome 42 CuolOin louse flues Chicago III- It t i is queer that whom n fellow in late cvciylhing chat gore wrong to detain him WuHiiiligton Democrat Cold bards n brood of aches nnd pains St Jacobs Oil destroys them laver failure carries n cnidebooU to sue CCHS ill its niHide pocket Ilmns Item Vhrn bilious or costive cat n Cowaret candy cathartic euro guaranteed lOc l5c Tho iiiiui whose cntiKo in wronj IIs sure to bo I lie lo ICI if liouainsitltuiiisllprnI I Icy pavements nnd brumes give nclies nnd pains St Jacobs Oil jives cure comfort The titan who is cnvioun of evildoers will soon be an evil doer htiuwlf Hanis Horn 3FOR 1 regular subscription ct JuilRcs Library II j u Funny Pictures 1 Is t 1 1wr During a March A h 4l i uJtonUts thi iyikhi U tro C eetiiKhlx 1tocndigln PJ1urnonla and djathllMttIn YThe Cause attendant ftlittrs u round In the blood Mdby IXI- dW f 1if3aldbclipcuedt bytbc kidneys 4RI I 1 K IwgThet lsfar Ing Healthrtttttiaft Imposdbk while it cxbts The system U being continually weakened leaving it open to the ravages of colds chills pn u monia and fevers r The Cure fr sucha diseased eendhbn U found In ljjw- hich will restore the kidneys to health and enable them to propcrlyperform their functions There IsAO doubt about jlils T1dredordof lhl Wb Proof Positive NH 1N11N1tNHHt+ N0 N1NIH1 SOUTHERN HOMES IN ii TEIASiInthe r lfbratcd CnstCountry Chapnttun ova tunable utter ont tpftiituiil And livid crop ar- mUrt 111IIIIIIUIOIII tnnrhcli lllvf i t llril rruii IVnvtl via I riec ldne them alIICIIItfXOIlrhlllTHE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY UB3 line Midi MT ldUIN111 PENSIONS NOfimiKMt W lull M i Ki n for Inrifiuo U I JpctcJ dahlia rroiwpoit All 1Awi INII 31 yr prattle HIICITM or noffO A n Mrlrwltl A 0 l Irlull II 04 WiNrln DC In ulCOVlatrgives ulrkrellafAltrurrwurrd l lrrntornl lrrenrIrllake5lafU5N41t is i nrrlIolllICllfuAIInm1AbutFltrldt- IdrFLORIDA Inr mm nml llllipinili map to nOKIIIA IiI IIlsYFAII CO TAMPA KtOlliriA SIT iS TilE BEST YUCATAN A N KK 1G4UL wnrriMiTo 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IonOOIPU littll F1 HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 15 1897 I ANNOUNCEMENTSi fir Ittte Muter I We are authorized to announcc JOHN A i TAULHEE of Hazel Green ni a eamlldateI for State Senator for the 34th Senatorial district subject to the action of the Demo arerode party 0- Fer Iirveyor of Merfa Coaity We are authorized to onnnune JAMES S ffALSEY as a candidate for County Sot VfVflfpf Morgan county subject to the def Ion nl the voters at thn November 1S- 0ifCORRESPONDENCE C Gflani Correspondent will plcnie bear in mind that rnmmunirntinni roust be received lit thlll nice not litter than Tuesday evening to Insure publication in the current issue Y WOLf cOUNTY roLine Llllei Tho jHQtlc are very busy farming Geo So well went to Ciunpton last week 1 Mrs Wilson Holloa is very low with consumptionF J H Hollon are buying upI a drove of sheep e Thoa Wollnn went to Campion las week on business J B Hnllon bought a fine heifer a r Kootic Pel fry last week Rev Mnnn preached good sermon ntI the now church lust Sunday Mrs 0 B Brewer visited the family of Amanda Hnllon last Sunday- A wedding to report soon but prom ised nut to say anything about it J F and II S Murphy of Morgan passed through hero Wednesday buying t cattle J D Hollon deputy sheriff of this 5county was at thin phiaa last week of I business Rev Q U Byrd of Morgan visited11I his friends and relatives at this plapo the 10th lust Robert Hattnn of this place went to Hazel Urcen last Saturday accompanied by Mist Rebecca Wools April 1J BLACK EYES Richmond Terrell went to Lee county Saturday Died on tho list inst Mrs Nancy Banks of consumption T C llollon has come homo from tho J Campton college to oversee his crop paJonathan d Den Sewcll of Campion was viewingI the sunny banks of Holly Saturday a011J Sunday x John Miller sold hU farm to James Napier for iGO and has moved to Gil wore creek The people of Holly arc trying to tarn but owing to tho bad weather they aro jilting along slow Andy Hullon and Mist Miranda t Stevens left Holly last Monday night and returned Sunday one in heart mind soul and body W E White and H N Horton through here yesterday en route FroMa creek looking after the pocketbook lost by Bud Horton when he WM drownedApril 12 BUAXQUAI 11S Wtreri SllitudNs James M Ely has bought a fine jack from Charley McQutaa price paid not x kMWB c J ltalaeN lU Tery dull IIB this tlclalty yILsL CtMiMeiioe ad prosperity ila aot show ng 44 Vf wry llBMli v fJllle Vest killed a 1large eagle as j rMtyjNg stnee that BMe retx fee tt tilJacb4sfram tip to tip K f JI irrWBftiw days since F Hint Jk4 0fIfjdiill tSlle cerdl1tfwpe r a sttt bpettees 4eeiatled at BUllwater 1 v J A V tias iNU hdrf ice l r rte =fol 5- c 1+ Qltr f 1 4 i i tk I tery mysteriouUy They Jhave either I strayed or beta stoles u they have sot o beea seen since October A white sow marked two undcrbUa and nine shoats six white and three spattcdraarked crop aad aplit in tho right ear and hole in the leftSaId hogs were very gentle Bern to the wife of Logan Gose a floe boy name Wm McKinley Also to the wife of John W Uurcham a boy j name not known Mrs Burcham is an extraordinary woman She was married when only twclvo years and two months oldand at the ago of thirteen presented her husband with twin girls both of whom aro dead She is is not yet nine teen years old and is the mother of six children Sbo will have one child in the school age when alto gees out Moving has hems somewhst the orderii in this vicinity this spring Rev L M Little has moved to Jackson We regret igoodi average favorable with Bro Little Jack son would be a heavenly place on earth Logan lose moved from Stillwater to itbot LludutiJ llvlt L Hack has moved HIII Qulcknd Brcathitt county i Frank Center has moved down on fled river somewhere below Hazel Green April 13 UNCIE RE Its IIIOill illMtowt Rev N R Mill preached us three good sermons Saturday and Sunday ItJlcurSunday 1 I I SierlingI t lire visiting relatives and friends in town this week 1lcnso find enclosedr1 to pay for THK I MrRun one year for Mrs K B Mart I Cumnrgo Ky I intI town Saturday and Sunday From the best information he will be buck again in the near future Sec j i I suppose there was some mean I and money in our town to influence voters hut it failed to do any good Next time seader to MIMIC other part of the county our people nre not for sale i Mnj W J JViU of West Liberty was in town Ilust week and sold our mer chants Mine hardware The major I an applicant for U S marshal and illI potty service and hard work counts tot anything he is certainly entitled to theIi plum The Republicans of Eastern I Kentucky are belter organized today than over before nod they owe this to Maj Scitz He has always been true this o party and its principles He is the IIfI i delegates favorable to him than any Re publican in this entire rcction of tho state His appointment would giveI more than general satisfaction to nil parties Ho would make splendid officialsI i competent sober moral and honest We hopn President McKinley will give himI the appointment April 1311t aLts3 rMlie Mingles The primary passed oil quietly Satur I day 1tiers rain nnd bad roads is the cry everywhere Mrs Frank Old chl and babme cx peered homo in a tow days John M Rose of Howl Green wasI the guest uf Richmond DcBusk Thurs day night Dr James Taulbcc of Owlngsviltc stopped over at Mize for a short while Saturday to seo his cousin Mrs J R De Dusk tvildI Sundaytoby DeBusk Everybody cordially invited The sudden death of Uncle Jim Rote has cast a sorrow over many homes The widow and children hayo the sincere sympathy of one and eli of their many friends e April 12 PANSY The Democratic primary in Morgan county last Saturday to nominate ceun jty officers resulted as follows For county iudge O JMcKenzio for count ty attorney George W Goat fer count ty court clerk Band ford Davis for ciri cult clerk H M Ox for sheriff John S CarUir i for county superintendent M tT Wemaek for jester W A Lap for aweseqr H 3h Faanib for coroaer r J ll Fsrgasoa for surveyor M P TUTMT0 8 L r r a v+ r i A E a i- ar I GREAT CLOSING SALE E 3+ k TRAUStE= 3E3E8 88 1000 Suit In gl I MAIL l ORDERSPROMPTLYI1liFILLED mod = lWhen you visit Lexington do not fail to l I Icallon Louis Gus Straus TAKE YOUR CHOICE 0 THINGI 1 00 1 002 00 lloth Paper One Year 1 C5- I HERES ANOTHER The Hazel Green lIernIt11 00ICincinnati Weekly Enquirer Hoth Paper One ellrI 150 AND STILL ANOTHER The hazel Orccn lIern1tl1 00 lAKiisvJHc Weekly Comiuroiul 1 042 00 5rTHIS IS A CORKERIThe Hntel Green Ileraldt 00 Ixniittville livening Post 5 005 00 Moth Papers One Year J 70 YOU CANT MISS THIS The lintel Green IleraldSi 00 Toledo Weekly untie 1 WS2 00 Moth Papers One Year 1 V TillSI 1 00 Twice aWetk CourWournnl 100 2 00 ItorANOTHER BARGAIN The Hazel Green IIcrnlll1 00 Homo t Farm ncmlmonthly oI1 r 0 51ONOETh Hazel Green llerald1Cosmopolitan monthly 1 00II IThe ono year BEST OF ALL ThH Hazel Green lIerK1d1 00 Louisville Weekly Dispatch 1 002 00 Doth Papers One Year 1 Co- T This offer Iis open to sex subsrlbcrs who pay one year In advance and to all old who pay up arrears and one year in iidvnnec Now is the time to sub cOPIetItrAny publication in the United States will be tarnished in connection with TIn HKltALp anti our subscribers allowed the discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky WinOnBstBIl e e Bank WINCHESTER KY N IT WITIIERSFOON President RD HUNTER Cashier T Paid alp Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generaly throughout Eastern Kentucky and otters its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking oct8l7 J SEITZ W WITH W M KERR ft CO IOBBXR8 IX Hardware Agricultural IM Ikiints TROKIXIK 0- COMIIS HOUSE CAMPTON KY rJ B HOLLON PROPRIETOR The patronage of the traveling public ls respectfully solicited Table the best and Query attention to the comfort ofguests J A WAUJUBKB M D Physioiux and ISurgeon HAZEL GREEN XT 1 Burgery and obstetrics attpeelalty- v1 1 yw DE TWhen It refers to the end of our earthly career has a horrible sound to any but the saintly Rut in the sense we use it it refers to the annihilation of high prices renders everybody huppy especially hard times See our prices on a few alllJI Coffee16Cper Ext S-uarI6C95eALadies Good G G Shoes 90eI SODA4c While they list I IPIEJi lpoundOe nil for When you want IJargains can be gratified by calling on J R f MIZE Produce taken in for Goods I KY IAI JKeeps A full line oi Watches Jewelry and Spectacles iI Je M ii l t g GREEN l J Watches and Gold aj in the see We save you big I = === = = = = t e MILLINERY S B HASH Will be in lintel Green this spring with n lull line of thu Inttat and newest styles of Millinery Goody at the lowest prices and auks the ladies to await her coming before making their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST KY o CAPITAL 200000 I Sunnus 30000 o J M niGSTAFF President G L KIHK PATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier f 0We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants farmers traders and business men genera Iy Eastern Kentucky A general tanking businesn done live us a chance to send you A bank hook war you checks and loan you money in need W W THOMPSON Cashier THE FOR ALL 1INDS OF JOB PRINTING APPLES lOc 0 pound can only SE QOAfiOMESACKS2buslue 15a TIN CUPSHIM gallon quart and pint JLvC a 2Cal Tln 1IAll Other Fur very Goods 1 In p7 porto 1 you JE IJSK KENTUCKYrMerchantable Exchange otherwise Casht XPRACTICALg IF Jeweler and Watchmaker IJHAZEL Repairing Fine Syeotaolos SpecialtyIf need anything Line or Fine Silverware us can money t NEW MRS Fashionable Milliner PRICES TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JITfSTERLING throughout when HERALD Bucket Jewelry WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WftoI saIBGrOGOIS MT STERLING KY BYRD t AFLOYD Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW 1 ffAbstracts of title furnished colleen lions made and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with the law firm of Woo A Day M Mt Sterling Kyln civil practice 3r fGilAj ATTORNEYATLAW I CAMPTON XYj Collections a kpeclalty AHOWARD STAMPER ATTORNEYATLAW CAMPON KY I Will Wolfe aid tal adjoining countljA11bu ue s entrasttj to ou care will receive prompt atteBtloBs I W tV I iFTTT rJ JII 1 DCW WARP STILL icaernl irloe Uave Fallen Tvreatr Ier Coat la Mix rear Tho most discouraging feature of nisincss is the everlasting downward rend of prices Not even has this been irrestcd sinco tho election when jtho jestorntion bf cbnddeudo was td1o Vouders but the details now known of wo full niouths business after theNo veinbcr election confirm this condition Of course the free coinage advocates expected nothing different npd have not brim disappointed Hut the country ot largo who led themselves to ucr cent t1iitinIS made have been not undisguised disappointed but cha grinedThis continued nnarrcstcd down ward trend has proceeded without ma terial change from January 1 1891 to vhlch point there had been an unlnter lptCtJ march downward nil the way torn 1373 silver and other commodi ties in the main keeping pace together he proofs of this arc furnished by- umniary in the form of index figures complied from the reports of tho coni- ercja1ngcneiesn0thbiY Hradstrcetfl- The compilation Is on tho following articles Sliver breadstuffs 8 articles live stock 4 kinds provisions 24 nrtl des hides und leather 4 articles raw juid manufactured textiles 11 articles setals 12 articles coal and coke 4 jkrticlcs mineral and vegetable oils 7 Articles naval stores 3 articles Building materials 7 articles cheml- bals 11 articles miscellaneous 7 tides general Index number 100 tides Taking the low prices of January 1 nS91 as 100 for each of these the prices if the same January 1 lSUi are as fol uws Silver 6216 breadstuffs flS15 live took 7732 provisions S2G3 hides and cat her 10502 textiles 7541 metals CC9 conium coke 89VJ oils S507 isvnl stores 9009 building materials j7C chemicals 7701 miscellaneous fM3 On the whole list covering 100 rUdest 7935 Applying this to the producers it mans tills that the great bulk ofour ucadstuffe which were sold for flbo Wen years ago bring only GSf5 now nhat Jho live stock sold for 100 then is worth 7732 now and so on through the lIst Conversely It will be BOLMJ that the cost of living that the protected nnd trustcontrolled nrtlckshnve fallen comparativelyI little and in one case- rne actually risen materially On the Whole anti applied to ono tradesman if Jhcy Invested jSlOOJn the general aver theyYuld1S07 The cbmmbdity of greatest nortance In this connection silver er its continued ostracism ns a icy metal has suffered most like t time products mot closely allied i its cost or use atcd In utill another n wlthln six s past two of republican nail four democratic administration both ntinuing the same financial policy Lclscly the gold standard general ices have fallen 20 per cent from n en low standard this is nt the rate of 13 per cent each year This means productslabor eprejtldnuually that every one handlingsuch oducts has on the average hud ton 3 13 per cent n year on his capital rnalccgood the loss from thodcpreclu II of his stock that every merchant s On the average hail to earn 3 13 r cCnt annually on his capital over Id above expenses before earning tiythlng fqr himself This is n sapping our energies enormous In the aggro ite it fs n progression backwards tout the amount that the national mkfcr goes fdrwurd byMnt6rcst the ovewnicnt pays on his bonds on which c dds business before he commence1- puslncss Is It a wonder that the producers art eager to change n systinv which shows those results or that the next In busiIII 1ilireequallyI JI Alt Atixiiril SIgCMtIOl A recent rUtH urrnJS ll oi4 lint a gold dollar 1P jhave to theintTheJulyIW ure Xlck RH dpljnr coined from 22 grains of Hub gofl nntl the silver liar coluedI froint371M ruiusoZl tne liver The hflntu can cdin niV othel lids of dollars You cant get Into a sllveYbillonP pricethIsQ dollars suggested above would have be coined of q multitude of values to jrresppjid with llio cchanging prlqobt he bullion That could not bo done1 he present legal ratio of sixteen to one all right Open the mints to silver olnngc us they are open to gold nnd he white metal will take care of itself t I IapfarIhas that which read Resolved That Icslhe question Is dead rlis re unds us of rouother rcsoItitiqa thai vas once Imlorxed and passed by a few Nlticians jrRolmU Tlttat ttr earth t U PpJXhutilbofullncis tlicrepf is ltiAW C b t1IWi6 t j It 4 The Only War II eRR Look 11IH1JlIUthulJ1wsirltI 1ipreltlgIN t I A LATE I9LITIOAL OMME4T Goldltt fletnTec 1 Mtoftu hFV ullprcsldentlalt elcction th J im n the nnUnift 1 8 iDifre l0ous in boasthito kcir mniflI 4 victory which they then estlniatcS over 1000000 majority in the ipjttr- Voteanti in denouncing the I JIt lender n lhtgkSQ nnd U1llll Innlfl rlmTfihure tolfoifrt h ahlarentthtMmMeKlnleys considerably less than had been asserted anti the explanation was eagerly offered the McKlnleyites that mere loyixljy to the name of democracy had given the nominee of the Chicago ironvcntibh following which Vould in no way be taken as a fair measure of popular approval ofthe dodtriiiVs jttforth In the democratic plat form The discussion which Is certainly interest ing and may not be unprofitable seem now to have taken a new form This more than 0000000 votes forMr Bryan puInr press the politicians and the pulpit tire trying to explain what itjs for all ad mit that the cause of Irritation still ex ists The Outlook expresses the ev attitude very pertinently t hmllOliof the most hopeful results of the eke tion Is the freedom with which those who voted against the Bryan ticket are now inquivlng fl wJt reasonable fprqe t I I IltHtrell1omhave been a better thing Indued the eagerness to hold a postmortem for educational l1rteS now suggests tlzu proverbial reailineAs ot the vigihmtoitut try a cast after the accused was safely 11 lynched tQ t i I Now tbejlutlook cposton jo xplun that thexrfason fur tJfc jioljtcffl ills trust as maulfitsted bythfi ilievblt of tilt Six Million is tilt Cl eli img of thopto I ureIowor Hnlll Cord and severalI Kther clergymen have assured us hntIt is the ciiipluisis laid on the cvor wldin lug gulf between rich and poor by the ostimtntlons pleasure of thu former in time face of the misery of the ntjLor which III fomented Jlrynniam Cqinytrojjer lamos A Koliorts believes that it iis tji failure of time rich to boar their jltit sliiiro of taxation whioh hindo the dom ooratio vote in iS9 significant Anil all these commentators upon social condi tbus and the late election urge that i the evils they point out be remedied lest in1900 the vote of those who protested glcahrIthan 0000000 It All of which is intorestlng aiuisu gests tho rilluctlon that1 anarchist toIpubIX Y Journal SAVE THE GREENBACKS Senator Slirrinnii Ctuuen Out AKiitnst tin tlniiKn on 1liln IHNUO It is itu rplhh tJaa t Senator Sherman takes nn unequivocal position in favor of saving tho lecnblc11n0 far he opposes the recommendations of Cleveland and the expressed policy of i i the national hauLs Some of our readS ers may bo inclined to say nothing good can come out of Nazareth nnd that whatever Sherman zany sty about inOuicyvIll be discounted or hits been discounted by his insincere utterances during the late campaign Hut we say i Give the devil his due We there- foreI quote with approval from a re cctt letter of Senator Sherman not wrItten fur ptiblicat ion as follows ldo not Bynipathlzc with tho movement proposed to rotlro Initixl States notes from clronhitloti I bcllovo it tIsonsy to mnlnnln a limited ninount of the o in circulation without danger or Ultlleutty Tho nuilntc nanco In circulation of 3IGOOJOOO United States notes supported III y H reserve ot 100000000 In gold not only saves the In terest on 316IXQOXisit debt but Is u vast ThutbcstheIced by the Bovcrnment and mulntuincd iitVtha apccle Bttindurd Time ubrioluto se ctirlty of tlieso notes wns never called In quoHtlon after tho resumption of ttpcolu payments In 1S79 until the reserve wan be ing trenched upon to meet tho d tlelencles In currant revenue brought about by what Ial known us tho VIUon tariff law of Iif94 Of course there are dlucrcnces of opinion ns to what caused the falling ott ot revenue The destructive inllucncu of gold monometallism on nil time in dustries of the nation and especially tDi cramping nail killing nlTcct upon the producer arc to bo taken into ac count But it remains true that there iftlcconomy safety and justice in tho u1of the greenbacks The people will never again consent to have them abol ished and the issue of money put into tho keeping of private corporations form nnd Fireside ittitironit ZtCflIOU38t1b rkThe prosperity growing out+ of the present financial policy in Jljustrated by time fueL tbat not n a4mllaofrallroad was n1 hir1nf16tH11n tC1Tflkhjt1t Dakota Wyoming IduJtoNbnl riiouma Now MtJco- 1IainpItirt rnli 91iJs 1 Wc lthoJ JtlnU iilout nUll onlyon1 mile InytnuisI- litye tmcpeo1iIn Utcte Iitpcs1e tthat niljroadrt nru a nuisance npd UlUttt beihcckcd Southern Mercury 1 Tliln InrUy Alno DcntvoytU Theres HoiHehingjstraagerioutr9f- vhaclcwlth pV6slbrliy8JrVtW Wieh- fre lianas close than fnotorles open juar1tyChlcagoIpatcbU t ti 1 r r 4 A STRIKING PRQT ST 4Ait Kffcctlve bisection to tbcVokla VI ley law VOno of the most effective protests over made against the high tariff sys tct is incorporated in n paper filed ii 1bS yayian1 3Itc815 4q1IU1Ltct A Jbyl J Ijnrrnh jjrcgldcnt of ntt11hllviqo steel company of rh This tontany presented to Uio cbhi gttec n request that no change bel iaade in the present pchwluleii ottho iRriT relating to metals or the mntcri als either raw qr Jn njrty made tatl that nro usctl in the manufac turo of metals The rvquest wna sus tained bysouuut very cogent arguments- Mr Irnrrnh Itogan by promising that the committoo hnr two objects In view first to obtain mifllciont rovvnuu for the requirements of thu government jvleely and ocouomically administered and second to alleviate tho burden of the cost of living to those who nre least able to bear tIlt load because of Insufllicent means of subsistence Time president ofthl jMWvule company then pointed out that any Jncroaso in time rate of dutyon articles importo Into this country woUlij newssarlly di ininish the markoV for Ntch articles and nt time same time increase tho1 cost of living An Incroaso of tariff rote would therefore defeat the i very ob jects whioh tilL oonunltteo were pro fessing to seek while those objects would bo promptly nnd ofllcaolously realized by time diminution of exist Ing duties in respect to protection to the laborer by higher tariff rates Mr Ilnrrnh said While this additional tax might to t small extent Increase tho buslnws of tho manufacturer any prollt commiT to him In this Indlreot mariner1 must necej 5 rlly lni lri to his solo benefit boeause the question of vaRVM Is ono of Htipply nnd dfnvuid nnd onnnot In any way be affoeliM by tariff Iff lxlntlon 11 lilt no inunufHCturcT would permit any false Hontltuont to Intluence ilm to pay tho Inliortr out dollar mart forttnrtf than the market supply of labor would wnrnutt The MldvaloI company Iis engaged IIn till miinufaoturo of stool only lmllt does not desire tiny higher duties on nt tides competing with Its products than now exist Mr hurrah gave von elusive reasons for this attitude of his company The Wllsonlaw reduced the tariff on tirosI onehalf nail yet time bnse price of tiros today IN four cents lUr pound as it was undor the MoKlnloy luw Nor has tho Wilson law sheeted The inunbor of tires manufactured in this country to nay nuprteiuIde extent as is shown by tilt facts that tho Mid vale company Is the largest initkor of this product in tho United States nut that its business has KUxidily In creased from year to year Moreover tariff rates aro already so high that domestic manufacturers art exporting their products to foreign countries and selling them nt highor prices there than here TlioMidvule company makes stool castings and sells them abroad receiving from SO to 50 per centt more hiJ tlgln nil than It can get in this country This cftm pany Iis now earnestly1 ougngod in III creasing its trade nbrni l mind tts presi dent greatly feurs Ujut any fIncrease of duty in the jnclhl cliediilcftby ex citing retaliatory mensurcsbhlthc part of foreign nations mlgnt hinft disas trolls effect upon t1uisuetint1e dOlUlUIUtt1mnrcpolvo a wido ujrutilniion UliiiolK State Keglster nIHIttllutttl 14 One of the heavy tilrUiu ins to time lI1QJicPnnbum rg ltuoughm nIu1- trijnmtkuuus 1l t mliK Hiitw fhn- mrUll or tIme llllllon ufrnthe AdvancoAgeutof ProhperltyMrapplarsiI tfio I II UtlUIt jtplto if the KIIVVURH of Vhuruiimlidutc A notice of a ton per eofjhnMluptlon in wages has btioti posted uL lm vorks nnd Itvlll afTccl Ihoht 3000 emplgyp llmt tltMtI0ut nrlstlt whmtther it I11llhl not iiute HJi n ttro t h t1m1l n ltltlhlllinl1SI cat iout tfu1tl rtJ f In l0im Oaa91 vngestIt1cruuutfniI t1m1 have been of grotrtor as rfstancc In briugifig about that dawn of prospcR IIty hldl our republics coiitHupfrnrils mute been trying to scodrorxalongJ time than the use which wn nTadjTofi the money ItulTulp Times Tx t lnrIlT tOT mOiIUIttIke It Is a great piece of noiiBeiiKo to at tempt to bring about prosperity by en uoting n monopoly tarllT Ourcountry does not suffer trdtu a hood o Iprclgjn goods nor front conipetltjon wjth for eign mtynufacturcry OiicfhUn1lfana bankruptcy lire owing to the impbvcr ishmont of tho agriculturists brought about by discarding silver as money1 and putting gold aLa prtlIIhnn and thus piling bomitles on our competltora Abroad anti uefiofltlng the gold oligarchy rat homo Our own people have been Ifi I upI buy lost our home market their great market aMrt IpsU prosjicrHy VVc huBt restorcslly j abolish monopoly UgUtj jpn not Increase burdens mind so re lieve the pcope nnd bring back pro perItVa494 rti fl- 1d t 1f iItlhc AiieCltuJarn outgthWnthatsLUgOnbett1ue49 ho convinced that a high tariff p cultural piodttctuotIrnpotUd1 Intollilpl ccMntry constituted protectlouBLn- gtmamtie Tty IcatierT 1 Y II olS It aktJ J i L i AGITATING THE TAIUFF The Pretettlv t GRie Is tip wMK Ike- Fariacra It ia to be observed that the irepul UcaUi organs jnanifcst very little cer ilihlity in such support as they arc glv ing the republican thrift programme Mnny of them dp not touch upon the subject nt nil During the l nit four cars numbers of republican papers hue protested against the unreason ably high rates that are demanded Vy those who nro In a position to ask for anti Insist upon receiving the benefits that accrue fram republican protection Thoso benefits do not apply widely and It Is tp bcpbscrwd that tsh1c thai com paratively stimuli circle whcnvproteetloa Is helpful there is very little support given to the proposed tariff nnd such support ns there is is not of the heartiest AS for the farmers well the protec tion gamut may bu fiRm 16 buiiuI tht agricultural dlstrletk It1 him beeen played 8Q often during a long period that it Js sadly the wprsq for the wear nnd tear to which It has been subjected 7ho republicans must shortly realize If they do not realize already that the farmer thoroughly Understands them nail ho will not permit himself to be victimized by any of their old nndcli worn tricks nt any rate He may bo caught by soiiVcthlntf new hut ho K thrOlllhwIUl walklngMnto tthe protos tlon trap tleastt thin Is thulIytht signs point as witness n re nlutlo adopted by tho lVunKvivanla State Orange a couple bfiiouths ago wlien tIt dellamlj That wo cannot deceive ourselvo with tho litoa that any measure of vrotretlon to our Industries offered by rt tariff on Imports cnn avail In tho slightest dccmn to tiunotu tItq grower of these crop of which ho pro dticos a surplus for export anti whoso prleos are necessarily mndo In tho worlds market where they are and must continue lo tx divinised of That while protection countries which are Imitortors of itKrlcvil tunil prnduetit imiy In a measure remedy tho tIll of low prices by Increasing time duties an nmlruHuriil Imports It In munlfently Imposslblo tot those whloh produci n silt plus for export to gjvoI tho least particle at rollof to the Interest of the fiirniors by a hlRh tariff on those prodticts Protection is doubtless still good for generous campaign contributions nail the most must be mantle of such fruit oUt for it Is clearly good for nothing else When tho great agricultural ele uncut admits seeing time folly ami fu tility Pf II its promoters may Veil re gard It as having huh Its day Its n jtoor thing to C ITem tin an excuse for wholesale and violent diKturbaneo ot bijflnoss nt a time when business is so iniich In need of a rest lllnglmmtoii V Y reuuiitr- FAVORITISM OF REPUBLICANS PHttcotlon tlui ttilt lllflt Itloher unit tlio Inur Iliorer- Tho incniuiiig administration is nn poor In political wisdom as It 1 is in jm trlPttsnt 1oslntf ns time advance agent louf prosperity the republicans arc doing nil they cnn to earn tho reputation of Von t tinier Of adversity rill present tinkering of time tariff will do much to injure the party in till coming cumin Jtalgn There is nothing more Itusl Jjiessdestroylng thou t Lie tliwhrthlnty which always accompanies tariff riv Vislon and in this instahco it will bo nil the jitnru dJNUistcftil to tho jieople IHCIIISO it is well kiioxvu that time legisI lation oJ the extra session is largely iirnoti entirely for the purposoof fa von mug I multi mit rICtl already1 favored too imuoh and of piotootiilg nionPpollcH that are already fttillioicntly uiitopu ihir I Hut McKliilcy nail tariff protection ro over to be linked together it would Win It is qtilte fair to presume that She coming mil will bo JIM unpopular Andl unjust nrfwhs lift detested pN1le Vepsor He tIdtllif itho ropubllcauiJartvV 5s ilcdgod to Ithu plutoomthvlntorcstK jind Hnnnn tho trivial of capital suit thouncompromHlig foo of lLiQr will Jllotntc n policy tlfift lil Httlulily con Jtlnuo to iiiukeithc rlohi richter nnd time tmor pOorerTammany TJme PRESS COMMENTS Sotuo folks are apparently anl jiiated by ti desire to make this n gov ernment by time trusts of the trusts ami for time trusts Cleveland Lender When Mio republican thinks his yale bmint needed flit coloreflrcltlzon is a plain mugger if the result Is doubtful he Iii a negro It nnt1f success i1eRiitls tijipn his vote he bcconie uft colored gentleman Tammany Times American steel rails are ncillng way bolow Knglish prlLcs and our man I tlfiVcturors have even ben Invading Hgland limit thnlllIlIo reason for the removal of duties In time ncw orppubUcau tafltr Mil Time trust will lyaut to rcor gtuilxR In a few weeks Then tIme fitity will bo necessary to keep tip exorbitant prices to the homo consumer KahMai City TlmcH Uiidcr ordinary conditions of buRlncsH competition a decline lit the price ot rnv niatorlal oUier things ling ci equal Is nccpmpanleil oy a dqcllne In the price of time manufactured ar ilcle Hutwlich thd market is con trolkd by 0 monopoly combine tim managed ot time monopoly fix lie price of the rav maicrjal nrt th iwIt qftn ojeI Inticr lshe prjcc which enable t sh1e compdiitoni 16 Undersell th- ethlne and the tariff differential n- tir line given Oie sugar trust an I qtionJ ofLqtttg1tepHbiit t HiHIt t MYC Au + r 1rtJ tot I- J It J I ffi f i I q t o 1i 1 iof JA LITTLE NONtf NIC Mr Iu1tt iRa r4oF4iieaiiv rJADo msimpoemiui Is in fowV OMSWUt9IIO tkate Impossible 1 know him fsry wen Hes niBrried JliilRddpKUI Nortk bCbtitdInRROnJJa American J ifof th m J I U U 1i PJ 1 money 1g u tar I 4- nroneefyourfrkM1 1 iffI m nwas Jtett b l1lY1 injured theetser tiny how was It f 1Iaum1nSWhy it was in the elocution nnd oratory class He hilt sucha heavy vblcTtlf Vnf8 strained his back In trIngtoIs ltiuV University otMIel1st VteWMAll Style SuppllcdWa vttt a I jxstct got out 1 rut ihvoieoniiieMJl I gentleman Certainly sahVtmi art I1st 1 get them Upon Liiiecitysleths f rime opium tho lobsternndIeecrean supper nUll tho Welsh rabbit Which Will IAuntI do nil those men rush out in brcathlcs haste tho momuut tho curtlilh faUsV Uncle Henry luHi wait till they come in ngaln and youll understand ittAVficii thc td thc was not a fbrcnthfe8Is TranscriptI l r The last victory rcmarkctV1 the Spanish general III n toiie of great irrjv tutlon xus not nearly as brilliant as lcioited It to be Whom tin you con i sidei to blumoV i cant quite iTiriko ti tip my mind whether time 1CmOIm OjGpplltid it was tho typewriter time teie IBraph operator or tim compositor Washington Star v fA PET SQUIRREL it MiWv f i Xu other Anlinul IN So qi M t1vIornuunl llttliltN In my favorite btimmor resort nt the lower edge of tile lltack Forest time 4 quaint out town of Laufcnburg a farmers boy one tiny brought mo young squirrel fur untie lie was trtiny creature probably not yet weaned n variation on time ordinary typo of time 1 Kuropcun Suiurus Sclurils vulgarls I gray luntoad of time iinnal ntl slut WWI black tall and oars NO that at first nn he contented himself with drinking A big milk and sleeping I was not attire I i that he was not dormotiso lint ex timlnatlon of time paws with their deli cato anatomy uo marvolottsly like tho human hand in their llolbllityIUlIJ hnudlncss nnd tho grueeul curl of lua j tall settled tho question of genus smut mindful of my boyhood and early petit I bought him and naincd him Hilly From time first moment that ho becauiu my companion ho gave ino his untlru conddcuco nnd accepted his domestl cation without the least ludientiun that ho considered it captivity There il generally a shout stage of mutoretjcl lion in wild creatures before hey cmin to accept uri entirely ns their frlciids a a longing for freedom which makes I precautions against escape necessary This never appeared In Ullly he value to mo for hut broad and milk nnd slept In my pocket from thu first uml OIIM i joyed being caressed as completely as If Hho had boon horn under my roof Ko other animal Is so clean in itn personal habits ns the squirrel when llit hcitlth nun Hilly soon left time basket Which cradled his Infancy and habitual ly slept under n fold of my bedcover t Koiuctlmcs making hlJ way to my pli low and sleeping by my cheek suit ito never knew what n cage wan ukcopt f when traveling and oven then for thox most part ho slept In my pocket IHIlwent with mo to tho tumble dhote WII wlien Invited out sat on time edge tit I ofLlrcnclWjtbikI lion of all tho ulii dron hi tint hotel HO thht Jio Ill Cnlnlml1 1 llI use IIn allfI inj U l4 I journeys Hu acquired a passion for jjea sweet nail warm and to my 11111111 gcnco of this tiiKto 1 fear I owe his early I loss lie had full liberty to roam in my room but fnvorltoTcrfortwas my worktable when 1 was ut work f and when hlbdlet became nuts lie used to hide them anipng my books and then i como to hunt them out ngab JlluJfchild with Its toys 1 HomotiuieH touimtial my typewriter stopped and discovered f t n hazelnut In tho works And when tired of hut iilticnuuiIsie1c he would count to tho edge nail nod to me to indicate that ho wished to gb Into my pocket or be put down to run about the room If ritul he soon made n llmiteil language u of movements of huts hv ad to tUpt 1 1 1 his few wants food drink to Iceju or to take a climb on the highest nicct of furniture In tim roomrHo was from the beginning deyptpA t iiJto 111calltl naturally became 111cc u J J 1- iJ spoiled child If 1 gave 1111l8t1lI1 fl A cracked nut he rrfminctt It back Intc ttmy hand to bo cracked for him with hr t resistible persistence 1 did as many parents do suit Indulgfijl hint LmktIi harm and my own Inter grief IcpuliW not resist that coaxing nodding anc lgave him what he wUhed ten titeR 11 laud mine anti cracked hU mints to thf iv injury pf hlsjecth was told slu 8lioit Jtf Vj 3lunnilu hInt nIIUIpy5IlCflC1mOWj t JViT Stlllman ICentuirs rh IJf1t I 14r o t TJae IIeIleai t Tim PilatieBco1 l h itar WtAJJto eyes of an ordluhirk J1Lha1201 lfi I JeJ11fPul J 4 tor by pCIlOI1qftr rlj1ii htOA tQtobkI tIi iM f I- IlIot19ft ili W IatirOiiaaP J jtf 1 tt i t JU zsttt i jt f i- I j i 4 i id i i lJi l y- z 1 BiliousnessIIs caM8t111y toqM liver which protenti Ulgcj Uofl and permits food to ferment and puttlfy In the stomach Then follow dizziness headache HoodsfIIf I If not relined bIMous fever or blood pollening Hoods runs IttMutte the stomas Pillsmesa the Kw ewe headaehe djixlness con stlpaUon etc as cnnts Sold by all dntffgliu toonly Pills to take with Hoods HsrsaparllU u PUTEIITAfE NEWS =lfdltbe mE1 LThoJacksonWalling trialI cost Camp bell county upwards of 10000 John OaiUkill the veteran barber of- st s Lexington died there the other day J J Jones of Morganfield is trying to introduce tho sugar beet industry into Union county Tho members of the Christian church at Cvntbiana lane decided to build a r 20000 church Two hundred bushels of wheat were Hold in Nicholasville tho other day for 95 cents per bushel A man getting over a drunk in Louis villa went to the mayor to get a sawmill license so that ho could holler A Petersburg farmer utilized an old gray goose as an incubator and hatched e out 84 chickens at one setting A live alligator nine feet long haSbeen at tho Winchester express office for some time and the agent dont know what to do with it Chester Dray of Pike county went home the other night and found a big wildcat in his bed Chester shut tho+ l door caging the animal and shot iit through the window The board of magistrates of Jessamine county unanimously adopted standard- time to govern them and In u NlcholasvllltfMn Ellja Summers of Goodnight Darren county easily leads the ladies of the county In tho poultry industry this season At last accounts she had 157 young chickens and eleven hens setting For twentysix years Elder Sweeney has boon tho pastor of the PutIn Chris tian church and his continued labors haTe broken him down Ills church his given him n long vacation to recu perate 4I Mr Deo Owen of Moscow while ou hunting one day last week shot a largo gray eagle which measured 7 feet and y inches from tip to tip Ho captured the s birdand it is still alive Hickman Courier A largo barn belonging to Mrs Mc Fee of Franccsville Boone county was struck by lightning and burned together with its contents consisting of five horses a lot of bay and farming im plements Mrs Emllo Jewell aged 65 years and Abel Lewis 17 wore married In Knott county It is the aged brides fifth mat rlmoulal venture and she is the mother of thirtyone children tho young older than her boy husband It la thought that tho murderers Franklin and Moore who escaped from the county jail at Pftlntsvlllo March 31 are in hiding near Goodloo Floyd county heavily armed There is a liberal g reward for each one and detectives are on their trail Joe Aldrldse of Trigg county found an egg in a nest at homo ono day 1 vetu week that U a curiosity indeed la raised letters on tbo shell are the letters and eggbeenpeepleTelephone A large black bear was seen near the weatern line this week aa8tbo Paducah Newi Josh Clover the veteran hunter with his thirty hounds struck his trail and is now chasing him in the woods It Iis supposed the bear was driven out of the bottpfflB by high waters Orydonlaabided housesy of = worship In that village The brick Is ROW on the ground for the erection of a cksrch building The structure is to coot its thieih1 orhd 4l of 4000 u iMM WJlUford of WallacaUn maw iok a great adMlrer ifhen fru utert1 I 1iHtM Mtat Rrt Ift t sKhl- r If- I a li- ar JI tl more to eat He offer a wager of 10 that he cat cat sixty soft boiled eggs James Mullins a prosperous young Letchcr county farmer recently sold a large walnut tree to a Cincinnati firm forISOO cash The tree measured 24 feet In circumference and was 90 feet to tho first limb He has another one 18 feet hi circumference for which he refused t800 cash An attempt has been made to intimi date 130 Potts eight miles frem Lan castor by posting a notice on his flouring mill threatening violence if ho sells any flour at more than 2 per hundred Potts wrote on the notice as follows I willsell flour as I dd please and you can fled mo at home any time Judge Cantrill of Frankfort has an eyo open to business In excusing Capt Noel Gaines from serving on the grand jury he aldHMr Gaines while you arc not a civil officer you are an officer of the state militia and you may be called into service at any moment as the legislature is here no I will exsuso you from service A dark pawed through town Monday sitting in a cart drawn by a thrcc logged horse We were informed that ho was a flcottarcr of the gospel Ho wore a littlo hat on tho side of his head andreared back with as much dignity as the presi dent did when in a special coach n short thno ago while on his way to Washing ton to take charge of Mr Clevelands chair Sandy Herald Fire broke out in Nicholnsvillo last week and threatened destruction of the entire business portion of that city ome controversy between tho officials and waterworks company prevented the- seu of water but tho indignant citizens procured hose broke open the water plugs and thus averted n serious confla gratlon Now Nicholasvillo has a law suit on its hands for using water without n contract Costs Less to Work Convicts on Roads Menalbeenugood roads Prof Holmes state geolo gist has prepared report on the subject which shows the money raised in North Carolina for road purposes to bo 109 000 The largest amount 36000 is raised by Mecklenburg county tho next llargest 12000 in Buncombe and third lOSOO in Fnrsyth The total number of counties that have adopted road tax is about thirty They are working their roods now by this system wholly or in part Reports from a number of cone tics working convicts on their roads show publictit oes to feed them in tho fti60Rt8 201 In Mecklenburg For syth Durham and Alamance It costs 20 cents per dRY per convict to work them oa the public roads This cost includes board clothes medical nttcdance and salaries of tbo guards Whereas fin these sane counties when these prisoners are kept in jail it costs on an average of 28 cents per day per prisoner U support them The report shows furthermore that the convicts enjoy better health when working ea the roads than when in jail Southern Wheelman Never teal Much oatHere is the way a Texas paper puts it Whoa you ask a man to subscribe for your paper and he saysIIObl I never plaguedtightfor the mistake and leave him Life lis teo short to waste time in trying to gentlemnlots of them Show us a man who lives a town or county and never subscribes for a newspaper publiscd there and wo will show you a man whoso head Is shaped like a piece of pie with tho point up and whoso ignorance is only exceeded by his gigantic gall A local newspaper is an institution that works ovary day and night and every docent man in tho community Iis In honor bound to assist in Iits support The great trouble Is that some swellheaded galoots fancy they are making the editor a present when they take its paper We have the pro foundost sympathy for tho man who lives in n town for yean and never sub scribes for his homo paper If that poor fellow was to encounter an idea in a lane he would turn and fly the other way with the tall of his garment beat the atmosphere One of them hasnt common sense enough to keep warm in kadea itRICH RID BLOOB is thofotm rrlsyre OaeTraeB1oHEALTHC HOW TO FIND OUT Fill n bottlo or common glass with urine and lot it stand twentyfour hours a sed iment or settling indicates a diseased condition et the kidneys When urine stains linen it Iis positive evidence of kid nay trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the bank la also con wincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In relieving pafn in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to hold urine and scalding pain in paeslng it or bad effects following use ef liquor wino or beer and nvcrcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Root is soon real- Ized i It stands the highest for its won dorful curse of the most distressing cases If you need n medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bot tlo and pamphlet both sent free by moil mention TILE HAZEL GRImy HERALD and send your full poatofTtco address to YiThe proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this ofler Bill Nye began his literary career by the publication ofa sheet which was called the Boomerang He soon be came financially embarrassed which prevented him from publishing his pa per It seems that he nad enough sub scribers to support his publication but many were bad pay We quote a notice published in the Boomerang that maybe of interest to TUB HERALD subscribers who are two or three years in arrears The notice reads A man may use a wart an the back of his nrck for a collar button ride on the back coach of a rail road train to save interest on his money until the conductor comes around stop his watch at night to save wear and tear leave hilior t1 without a dot or cross to save ink i pasture his mothers grave to save corn but a man of this kind ii- a is gentleman add n scholar compared to tho fellow who will take this paper two three or four years and when asked to pay for it put it back into the postofilc- and havo it marked refused 1 = jIrn A5the ballbuoy enables the mariner to avoid sunken rocks and TarHoneyquenoes or a cough negtecled ItIto cough and ours the cause1-PWM torSStoN and for msdldn but trcnrthing railed MoTarlIonenoJ BOlayOtaatbuzg IlL DR mILL- SPineTarHoney fbraUtroubles Including uthma broncblt La Orlppo croupAUI r priotkjTkaelC Maul Kr Why not be your ran Middlemen Pa but ono proDti between maker sad user and that a umall just one Our Dig 700 Page Cataloguo and Bajrtrt WeJshlIBodtolUthoonoprofltprlctsotoverWOOO articles ovccy thing you use We send it for IBconUi thats not for tbe book but to pay part of tho taROor expreango und keep off Idlers You cant setM too quick coThoiiilt t Michigan Ave C- lHATFIELDMCCAYFEUD ofleYeasdroaIncmatagthtoeghelacyyar flatflaMAgasMwaled Ollerrrw p i UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st Our 500 Watches at 000 II 800II 600- I 1000I 700 11 2000I 1500 I I 10000II 7500 FINE DIAMOND RINGS 750 nnd upward GOOD VALUES AT 1000and upward Alarm Clocks at OOc and upward Fino Clocks at 350 and upward A line of Sterling Silver and Plated Ware suitable for Wed ding Gifts at proportionately low pric- esFRED J HEINTZ 135 E MAIN STREET Near P 0 LEXINGTON KY hhePANS prrpredfromtally P4t op tor the purtxwe of nuwitng tho priceUlUKOT10N8Tako or bftt time or whenewr you feel rlr81rUOW Jc whole wtta or without a painInduoeleopIpro I imt flprtoS Rwtlelne Ho matter whatf tho matter oaawUl do yoa rood One glrt relief a cure win rraalt irVUnctloni are followed Tbe firecent paelowM are not yjt to bo tuul of llyywhenregnretIby ronatnlnltron tatmlM 01 be 8eDt tto toray OnStID tAmTM 19dr ChemIc 0 No 1- 0pracMeewtPork8 Until the croodI are tOOr I oaghly Introduce to the tnulr nccnti and prd uteri will boiupplled at a puce wblch will allow them a fair mimo of prnflt rls I Idoirn car tuna forte udiwondll carton for ittt67mllforLp IIIlf111 710 Nto x carton forpaehrwlteh theenteer fin100 OTery nue and freigbt oruprta ClWVat ibo buyer Cost John R McLeans NewspapereWithout a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John R McLean The oldtime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained and its circulation largely increased each year hard times and cheaper jour nals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200000 new subscribers the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire When asked for the secret of sucht success Mr McLean frankly answers The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions By maintaining the price of the paper more news and greater variety can be furnished and every class of business cheaperjournal The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en terprise in minor matters as wellas those of greater magnitude so YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MAliKII wayaal aaalla a tlletcb sad deecrlptlon ma DraEibl7 free whether an Intention I strictlyeonedoualIn America We have a Wubll1t9Q oMee nceIt80IEMTIFIO AMERICAN bea yyottrlxAooK os YATalT1 Nat tree A44nIe MUNN A CO HI Aradwsy1Iew naveII is Lexington and Eastern Railway Tune Table In Effoct April 1 1896 WEST BOUND 6STATIONSDally Sunday 5poAron0pmWinchesterpmFairllepalIndianpmClayamStantonamFilson1101DUndte17 amTorrentamHeattvve amAtholamElkatawaamJncknonEAST BOUND No tI STATIONS No2 DollexDally Sunday Lexington 2 20 pm 0 30 am Avon 2 47 pm 7 08 am Winchester 3 07 pm 8 10 am tSllf 3 21 pm 8 54 am Indian old 3 37 pm 0 24 am Clay City 3 55 pm 11 45 am pmFilsonpmDundeepinNatpinTorrentmIleattyvepmThreeFks J pmAtholpmElkatuwuproJacksonNot 1 and 2 arrive and depart from Cit freighttrainsJ 11 1JAUR Genl Manager IGRAB SCOTT Gen Pass Agent IOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SUBSCRIBE NOW THEW wl WEEKLY 8 LOUISVillEDISPATCH A i CRATICfEfE A STRAIGHT NEWSPAPER EM If iFori For the Democratic Nominees For the Interest of the Masses All the Latest Telegraph News All the Latest State News All the Latest Market Reports Correct Market Reports Correct Court Reports Honest Reliable The Weekly News Reportsii JHazelJ ONE YEAR FUR 1011q r Subftcrlt NOW and begin wllh the first laane fir the Dlnpntcli which will appear the ascend week In April- OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOO AGTINAi I t The Great jls11t jl The Blind See- The I Deaf Hear 1 JrJ forby Its use Ute DUneS See the Dlar near and Catarrh to Impossible Acting to an absolute pImaawearsVia rierjgtatmGranulatedFmbyopla Common Sore Bye or Weak j tact used on th ltrtets ottb worand to read w t tS uan mrlll ct as aura lie paLta acne sore Throat Bronchitis and Weak Lnaga l e-atwdla ij CUJProf Wilsons 1GarromofphrilclantMlalhowondorwotklDgVAcUna1 r Oontalewe aad thousands of IMarraew and TWUMabla Agents Wantwdi Write for TtrmH x Now York tnd London Elidrlc Ass- liliWaliaatStSUtaueottlelta= iq Wantedln Idea St1 A W6