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T 7TT ar- tt t a r f r a THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD== Established March 41885 Mado Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell U UUJlil 4 1 FENCER COOPER Owner and Editor sot Nell World With News From All Nation LurnVrla at HU Dank f100 A YEAR Always tn Advane s 1 THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 22 1897 NUMBER 4 IT WILL 00 THROUGH Senator Wolcott Thinks Bimetallism is Assftrei The naming of three commissioners bv President McKjnloy under the act of the last congress to promote bimetallism ii the subject of considerable discussion about the capitol Almost without ex ception the selections were commended Senators regardless of party were pleased with the selection tf ex Vico President Stevenson It appears that this selection was the presidents ewn no one appearing to urge his appointment The president desired a Democrat who stood high in Lie party nod who was nn earnest silver wan lIe sent for Mr Stevenson and after talking the subject over with him decided to make him a member of the commissionIt believed by the prisident that the name of Mr Stevenson would give the commission great weight abroad Among the earnest advocates of the selection of Mr Paine were Senators Hoar Allison and Chandler all of whom talked with the president on the subject and recommended him ns a man who would materially aid the cause of bimet allismIt tins been generally conceded for some time past that Senator Wolcott would bo one of the commissioners as his hardest work sinco the election has been in the direction of bringing about Sin international agreement Senator Wolcott is very hopeful of success He looks forward to hardwork but says from what ho learned while abroad last year ho is most sanguine of results Senator Wolcott said today that gold standard countries would op pose any further depreciation of silver and efforts were now being made to prevent any further fall of silver in India Also that the demand for gold in Japan in establishing a gold standard would cause a drain of gold horn Europe which would be resisted by gold countries Senator Wolcott further said that there appears to be mistaken impression that the commission is appointed with the purpose in view of having it repro sent the United States at a conference only While the commission might be utilized in that way if n conference should be held its first work is to be of a purely diplomatic character looking entirely to securing European coopera tion The commission expect to leave this country about the middle of May and immediately upon their arrival in Europe will set themselves to that task Whether there shall be A conference at all will depend upon how the advances of the commissioners arc received by the principal powers A Friend of the Double Standard ExVice President Stevenson said when questioned about his appointment on the commission for the promotion of an internationalngreement I appreciate the compliment paid to me by the president and will cheerfully render what assistance I can to accomplish the object of the commission I am a bimetallist I regard the restora tion of silver to Its proper money funs tion as the supremo question in our country and throughout the world The importance of the question can not bo overstated The rehabilitation of silver is a prime necessity Should its demone tization become the settled policy the evil days upon which we have fallen but dimly foreshadow consequences yet to comeAs to the possibility of success of this commission it is known that the trend of public sentiment in European coun tries as well as our own is undoubtedly favorable to bimetallism A Democratic paper in Michigan thus refers to the suspension of a Republican contemporary After a voyage of 31 long weary years upon the troubled sea of journalism the SemiWeekly Republican passed quietly away about quitting time Tuesday evening Its homely but familiar face will be missed from among us but we must bear up under the affliction and by widening out try to fill up the vacancy A large dose of gold cure labeled confidence by mistake stopped the already sluggish circulation and has tened the inevitable end of what tbedoc tons call a very had CIao of small pica1- r The Talae of a Dollar 1111ou can demonstrate to me that I you can actually relieve distress with a I dollar I will give you what you want I A rich oynic thus answered a woman who had come to him for aid to help the poor of their city He hoped to silenc her and send her away Will you come with meT said the os woman Challenged in this novel mnn ner the man consented and the New York Times relates the outcome In a few minutes the two entered an unsightly tenement The lady who knew her ground led the man up two flights of stairs into a cheerless room The floor and walls were absolutely bar ren The only piece of furniture besides the beda chair and a dilapidated table was a small stove in which a scant fire I was burning There was a middle aged roan in the room with two children each poorly and thinly clad The few dishes were empty Destitution could hardly be more com petc The woman accustomed to such pathetic sights soon learned what was most needed and from long experience she knew just what to purchase Please wait she said to the rich man while I run around to the store Full of compassion for this mute suf fiferinga quarter of an hour a largo grocers basket filled to the brim was brought into the room Soon the little stove threw out comforting heat and the odor of food gave grateful cheer liDo ygu think this charity well be stowed 1 oaken the woman as they left Indeed I do came the answer with j a suspicious tremor in the voice j Well here is the list Ho took it andread we quote it word for word 25 pounds coal 20 J bundles half kindling06iL 2 loaves bread 08 2 pounds oatmeal082 pounds beef for stew14h- alfpound sugar 01 Gallon kerosene oil 10 Measure potatoes081 quart milk 04 Small bag salt 02 1 box matches 01 Total 100 Without hesitation the man of money took n dollar bill and handed it to the goodwoman and the next day she re ceived his check for a thousand like it The knowledge of what one dollar can actually accomplish to relieve distress nud bring happiness to the poor may re strain our hands from foolish extravagance In these days when honest pov erty is crowding about us it is nothing less than cruel to throw too many of our dollars away for purely selfish luxuries Extravagant expenditures hold the germ of disaster In their full fruitage they give birth to effeminacy lower moral standards stimulate envy and incite so cial and political revolution J B Thomson and family moved thisI week to Clay City We regret veryI much to lose such good people from among us but our loss is Clay Citys lain One of the magazines has a symposium on What will bring prosperity 1 LetI every man pay his newspaper subscrip tion that will be n step in the right di rection Press and Printor Last fall corn was so plentiful in this section that farmers were complaining that they did not know what to do with it and could not sell Now everybody is on the hunt for corn to feed his stock J T Day has been having some new fence erected on Main and Broadwa and is now having some walks laid en State street which add not only to his property but also to the appearance of the town Among the fair visitors who called at TUB HERALD office during the past week were Misses Minnie L Day and Lula Bash Call again ladies with your bright smiles you are always wel coma Wonderfull are the cures by Iloodg Sarsaparllla and yet it ia only because as tho one true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pills tor tho liver and bowels act iaally yet promptly 25c a T CORRESPONDENCE I horn 3rWo want a letter from each rorrci pondent every week to reach this office not later than Tuesday evening oven if It von tainR nothing more Important than Parson nnJlITblswe say and we will answer for the cause qnenocs What Tot IlRHALD wanU is a record of plain tnctn of interest to the peo pIe In your neighborhood and not a verbose wasnflTiulon appealing only to the egotism and Aanlty of the writer last WOLFE COUNTY HCaaptoH Currency Circuit court next week of James P Hall and family have moved urtoRoy Mr West occupied his pulpit Sunday morning andevening Miss Zerllda BowelI of Lane is paying her sister Mrs M F Horton n visit this week John T Graham the young merchant and astute Republican politician of Holly smiled down upon us Saturday reCWashington D C He seems to be con dent that ho will get a good slice of pie A D Lykinp will abandon tho study of law for a while and go on the road for J W West Co wholesale tobacco deniers of Lynchburg VnwThcjinfant son of Mr and MM M F Horton was six months old on the 18th inst and to mako the event a mctnor able one he was christened Millard Lang Icy R Y Hardin of Lexington repro on seating the Mutual life insurance com panT of New York registered at the Hollon House Sunday and interviewed our people MondaywRev N G Robinson of Nicholas or county who was once presiding elder of the M E church South for this district preached a very eloquent sermon at the church house Thursday eveningM A word of advice to tho prosaic correspondents of THE HERALD Shoot your rhetorical blunderbuss at every If spring poet you see They have driven spring back into the lap of winter nn Tho greatest freak in tho poultry lino that we have ever seen came under our observation a few days ago Mrs Isa to bells Collins has two young chickens of one setting each one having four wellw formedand natural sized legs and three wing The legislative troupe of Kentucky with four leading stars W Godfrey Hunter J C S Blackburn Henry L Martin and W O Bradley are giving the people of Frankfort what we are pleased to denominate a political farce fttbingj the people who pay for the music If there is no other way to terminate this disgraceful freak of Kentucky statesmanship lot us hope these political glad ed Intors may be cloistered and like the cats of Kilkenny be permitted to devour each otheruAgain the shadow of death has been to upon our town One of tho oldest citi zens of the town and one of the beat men who ever lived W II P Duff commonly j called Uncle Pete on Saturday the 10th inst quietly folded his tent and without A murmur answered the summou of the Great Judge Como upcl higherui Having squared his life by stoodytho crucial test of long protracted sick ness meeting the grim monster death as friend meets friend His life anda especially the last twe years of it since he has been confined to his room has been a practical demonstration of thw power of God to sustain and satisfy un der tho greatest affliction Beautiful in word and act sublime in sickness and glorious in death it invokes admiration and invites emulation April 20 RAMBLER i TtllTMT Tffltl Marvin Elkins has returned from a short visit to Virginia Jeff and Alex Tolirer pitied ttuftfgb I 1 1 t r y en route to Goodwins Chapel on business of Revs Drown nnd Miles will preach at Sandfield next Sunday A wedding is promised soon but we promised to say nothingMTho measles anti thumps are very nu morons in this neighborhood present fleetly Patrick of Mogoffiri county tho guest of Miss Frances Sweeney Friday night Among the sick are Strib Lawson 1 John Sweeney Mrs A P Clark Mrstl A Manniu and Mrs I L Honakor Jackson Sweeney a prominent citizen this neighborhood has bad the ptcastl of enjoying the first mess of new potatoes of this season He ought to send the editor and better 1 n mess as a sampllA EJ April 20 SUINBII ORGAN COUNTY I Martown Missiles The elections are over until November iIn W T Ward and Andy Phipps have the W W Manker mills John W Henry and family of Pomp 1 were visiting home folks last week W P Sample sold to Jordan Wills two 8 ntoutlr old calves for t 10 cash Farmers are all behind but trying to catch up with their work No roads to or at least do not work any E B May and family started for home Good Friday after n pleasant stay of a week with homo folks and friends C A Sample is in Mt Sterling with a nice bunch of cattle W W Swaugo is the market with both cattle and bogsI As the people were good enough to ro elect Judge McKenzie ho ought to re the compliment by putting us to on tho roads so we can get to mill I West Liberty when compelled to It A Day left Sunday morning torJJ Cincinnati wo guess to buy calico nnd other things Two weeks since when I iss Lillian Patrick wont behind the counter of Day Co they had about 700 yards of calico now they have about I yards Mrs Maggie Yocum neo Clnrk died the 10th inst nnd was buried in the Yocum graveyard on Greasy the 16th She leaves a husband and host of friends mourn their loss Mnggio was one of I our Sunday school girls in Virginia and e never know a better girl And she I possessed that love to the day of her I death and died In full triumph of I living faith April 20 WINQLKSH I I Esul ExsUcs Fever is raging in this communityI I A twolvo yoar old son of Clinton Hig I died one night last week after an of only two or three IfThe new street is opened now ready for the public and Easel sad the travel ing public generally are greatly benefit j by itII George Adams of West Liberty wasI over Sunday to see his host girl Hurry George for she contemplates going Illinois the first of May Died on tho 15th inst at her homo on Greasy of fever Mrs Maggio Yocum t I leaving her husband and the entire community to mourn her loss Rev Wilson col preached in thejj house Sunday to a good congr- gation his themo being The Aecenelo- o I Christ being appropriate to Easter SundayIThe contract for the npw school house this place will be lot out in tho near i scboo1jhulldlngI hen they want to be April 20 OK Lie MlxflM Mize news is scarce this wlekIAunt Phoebe and Uncle Tom Cox vis1 ilea Aunt Betty Rote Sunday Mw Emma Henry and sister KillI I Merry Rose rlIelted at Bls ktNator last week Tile MW cbarchat OliGnstsywiU btI 1 AfiJ At t Jfj wka A wA f 0f JLYMTJ c r 1 P 5 commenced soon and promises to be one which any community might well Ibf proudRev GeorgeRiceBusk of the Jambs were the guests of r and Mrs J R DeBusk Sunday From tho way Uncle George taUnt we really dont believe he would marry say woman Mrs Maggie Yocum wife of Jamea Yocum of Blackwattr died Thursday last and was burled tho following day at e family burying ground She was a noble Christian woman and her remains were followed to their last resting place by a host of sorrowing friends and vela Tho devoted husband and family have the sympathy of all April 19II PANSY Tke lest Novel A very high literary authority has sug Bested the following list as the best novels each in its own clues The best sensational novel The Woman White by Wilklo Collins Tho best historic novel Kcnilwertb by Scott The best dramatic novel Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte Tho best marine novel The Red Rover by J P Cooper t The best novel of country life Lorna Doone by R D Blackmore The best military novel Charles OMalloy by Charles Lover Tho best religious novel Hypatia by Charles Kingaloy Tho beet novel with 0 purpose Undo Toms Cabin by Harriet Beechor Stowe The best pathetic novel Silas Marner by George Eliot The beet humorous novel Pickwick by Chas Dickens Tho best Scotch novel Rob Roy by Sir Walter Scott t The best English novel Adam Bcdej by George Eliot Tho boat American nevel The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne The best of all novels Henry Esmond by William Makcpace Thackery Either ono pf the above or the choice of ono of hundreds of others equally an good will be given free to every new subscriber to TUB Hiiuu or all win pay up arrearages in full and ono yearn advancei andOur country lies bleeding under the lash of n cruel taskmaster Our land in struggling in the grasp ofa hideous monster Our business is submerged by an onrushing tidalwavo Our home conflagrationaThis taskmaster this monster thin tidalwavo this conflagration all are typ ificattons of that great evil Trust There is not a store that does net trust If there is well give it a free advertisement Theres not a family that lees not get trusted If there is well send them a years subscription Theres not a man who can stand up and declare that ho owes no ono We are all debtors Trust is tho bond of business slavery Ithe yoke of oppression tho curse of mod ern society Cash id the only remedy of the nations woes Gold wont do it silver wont do it but cashwhether gold silver or greenbacks cash will Just as long as people trust and got t trusted just so long will there be poverty and bankruptcy willnl Wait till you can pay for a thing be fore you buy It Stores are closing banks are falling families are being dtirch out of uaJpAid for homes men are thrown out of em 1 ploy mept and a general depression fol lows just because people will set pay v their bills 0ASH is the only cureThe Gem In this ccnnectloa we say tt oar assay- readers that ALL subscriptions tt Thin r 1 HEXILD must be paid in advance aewe r propose to do a strictly CAM uiunNifta ia the future wdJUA aoMCwrrrwiw trtrronxD Ax THK KxwiLtTiqx of nwt 1 TIME rAin FQB I We lye rsry ailrlow liloae lye DiM11it ofMae otoar wrta g f 4cTfl Jit tiiJJ I 1 f i r LC r i lTf jjjjjjue i t ru T- J it L I A MASTERLY ARGUMENT 1 4 W iacaat Mf CMfeMdlwr MM lUmjBtnHbittt IIM WH HlMfr Is 1IU IHrly ciiSr URmdlers Nctwkcccb Tn tkeUmTtedStHWI teuptuWudracncy t f ctj1erbj t1y cure with which the senator pre raited the question from Ills stand point but for the bItter sarcasm od dressed tu jSvMUtQrJnliucr and the Indl aunpolia convention Mr Chandlers speech lasted three hours and was a kdd argumentrpresentation of the principle of 11 ti nanccthesenntorurguing against a in gle standard of either metal silver orb gold Ue traced the gradual demoh r etizutlou of silver the closing of our mints against tho silver dollar in 73 the effort to restore sliver and tbu serf OUB blow struck by IEngland ngulnst silver In clotiiug the In 4 dian uiiutB hut it remained for Secretary Carlisle the senator dc clured to strike the most fatal blow at silver in tissuing hh order that the goy ernment would redeem Its paper obli t gations hi gold only Dy that act Secre tart Carlisle truck out of use u vast amount of silver and drew on the de pleted worlds supply of gold unit gave tho final blow to silver From the ef sects of this low depth to which it has been reduced by the demonetization 6f shiver bimetallism must now begin its toilsome struggle upward t- Mr Chandler took up the fall of price- scrlsduclsrcparticularly In farm suiting from silver demonetization The senator declared that within theII lastt 20ycars there lad been steady of pricey of all classes of property Ills tr cdnvictions that silver demoneti 4- 1tiui zation was nt tho bottom of this down frird movement in prices caused him to seriously doubt whether the era oirc atoned prosperity was near at hand lie Has led to the conclusion he said that rtprices had not yet touched bottom h This shrinkage in prices had been imost terioua since 1800 The value of property in tho United States was 05 000000000 in 1890 now It was estimated nt S4J000000000 a shrinkage of 25 per cent since 1600 Our debts had not shrunk but remained an lneonibl charge Deducting them tho value of our property wns cut down to 33000 000000 Can this proceed asked the senator without widespread bank ruptcy Ho was of the opinion that the gradual tendency was to leave debtors without the power of paying their debts until by n gradual revolu Y tion the assets of debtors were absorbed by creditors If it bad not been for the fortunate balance of trade in our favor during the boat year he said there would havo z ben a business cataclysm In this coun try which would havo prostrated nil miseryinwas becaiuo gaunt famine stalked 4rgrthrough India that trade was favorable i hadrproved a benefit to us For these rca soup Mr Chandler said turning to ward Mr Palmer dem 111whoi r sat near ho was opposed to such declarations for a permanent gold standard IU l that Ususd by the Indianapolis conven 1 taco enusel1fI r himre senlttorFI on bimetallism and then turning to I Mr rainier ho presented the Illinois hetdates of the Indianapolis convention Mr Chandler said that if President4 4IcIlnley and tho other leaders of the party did not by wise designs and vlrtubu deeds makb it the party of the people and if the republican party should content itself with seizing and surrenderhugwhich so effectively contributed to Its Ipermanently treating bimetallism as n juggling a pratnolit flmlltfturned ngulnat them nod they would uowttt antl1lroatrAtetoellTo presldent rejolentq bis cbowsn nd vi crs8oon to challenge allI r Ilse adverse currents of the future 1 conecrninptticray over the burning question of ri money Unsettled question pay no r j heed to the repose of nations Be wise today tis madness to defer r f iVtnr Centuries ot Bimetallism Prior to 1373 the principal nations of Europe except England were on a bimetallic basis England adopted tboI geld basis In 1816 The British empire practicalMy d1 t leer fold Muudard provinces being oTV 1I let by U er standard India and her oth r eUrll standard possessions 1873 tuarVeO j jt beginning of a crisis In the aaacpt1 history ot the world the ct i JttittA of whiek are been in lie Wilde iJt between ike coinage ratio and ntjtahal if p 4 j ANOTHER INCOMPETENT191 V ivlilentir eki scNura Doer Yet Know WhaJ ti Ir THlUlim Abou- tMr1IcaryCarey3 linlrd speaking of anfrrHcIo Inllarpor8 Vcklyi writtenI by Mr Curl Seliurr on the subject Delusions of DlmetnllUms nays Mr Schurz is not competent to speak upon the subject because the article ignores the relations of man to his fellow man and the part which money plays for his necessary association Mr Sehurz says Silver advocates talk with ten people they happen to meet nitre of whom agree that silver and gold if made to circulate together increasing the money volume about double would bo a good thing But what would they reply lie asks whether they think it possible by mere legal enactment or by interna tional agreement to raise the market price of silver which IH now G3 cents an ounce to 120 In ounce so as to make silver more acceptable nt tho ratio of sixteen to one or whether they think that any other ratio eon be agreed upon and which If agreed upon would bring about n practicable double stand and of values or whether they think that any of the great commercial ua tions which ore carrying on their bust ness successfully on n gold Atnndard will be Inclined to abandon that stand nrd to the end of making BO reckless an experiment V Confronted by such practical questions continues Mr Schurz time majority nine above al luded to will instantly evaporate That la about the height of Mr Seining argument And its bare Ares entation proves what Mr liaise said I that Mr Schura Ila incompetent to talk upon his subject II Ills questions tiro itliuost too childish to answer here because any man who says that it is n question whether In tcrnationul agreement would restore tho price of silver to its old par llgure of 510 would be laughed at by the veriest gold monger in Wnll or Lombard streets as being too silly for consldera tion Whether commercial nations now on a gold basis are willing to make the coinage of silver free merely because they are now on n gold basIs has lit Ue or nothing to do with the question Nations are frequently willing to do many things that are opposed to thuI business welfare of a large part of their citizens when some other portion can make plunder thereby Like most advocates in behalf of usurers Mr Suhurz gives large space to falsities about the prosperity of the masses today compared with 30 or SO years ago lie says While it is true that much misery exists it is not true tint it is at present of exceptional ex tent or that of late years It has been growing worse There were no tramps in this country 30 or SO years ago Mr Sehurz IINow they arc numbered by the million Duns Ilcvlew which merely voices what everybody knows says that at no period in history has the general run of prices of principal commodities been at so low n figure us they are to day Which that reporter states tis duo to hard times and the Inability of producers to sell In tho fuse of facts of this hind which may bo numbered by time mil lion Mr Sehurz has tho nerve to get up and say times are better than everI and that this is due to the gold standard Hut then all usurers do precisely lit I same thing Unless they deliberately falsify plain everyday facts they nroI unable to make out nay kind of a case Our gold bug usurer organs are fittedI with It every day Philadelphia Item MONEY APPRECIATION An Itiittnrlnut DreUloti of the Sllnnc utn 8 u it rt ma I ExLlcut CuurtII Gor Day u MartinI County Minn Sentinel has the tot lowing treatment of the question of ap predation of money an per the au premu court decision in thu case ofI Johnson vs St Paul city Hull way corn pany which decision is quoted as fop I ltelurterThero w I think wo zany take into account an 1 that Is that however statesmen an 1 I I financiers may disagree as to because a given sum of money has greater valueI powerthanI This says Senator Day was the unanimous opinion of the court on thisI point and they reduced tho judgment of the trlol court which was 4000 to 2500 In consequence and no doubt correctlyNow who got the benefit of the SI GOO gain in purchasing power of the money in the lust low years Certainly the ono who held the money and con producerWheuargument last fall he was derided as calamity howler crank and anarchist and on the 10th day of January in the scar of grace 1897 halfway between McKlnlcya tocalled election and in augurotlon the highest tribunal in the ImpArtialIyi 1 down as a coldblooded proposition o abstract fact that decisions may lie comparrsonjuaitfy e i great appreciation of money it is so clearly excessive that it ought not t ktund rightthd0 t I IVI t P A GOOD SLEEPER r M n I rfoKtaterM Docility In thea llnud of H orInHsIP IWof+ again dIe the uation iio observe Ihe admiration felt by lr4Jllannu Snr tine of Mr McKfuleys special gifts It lid seem difllcult peters to imagine tiny condition possible to the president elect in which tho Wnrwlck who placed him nt the head of this nation would not contend that he nhowed his sup vrlarily tq the qnllnary run of mankind Now he has surely reached the limit During the progress of the campaign for the presidency Mr lliinnn took Ire quent occasion to explain why It wns he had been led to espouse the McKinliy cause lie lend ncciilenttilly met the 01 jest of his nlTectinns in the coarse of an unimportant political movement in Ohio anti afterwards was thrown with him in the transaction of minor busi ness affairs Mr Hannn was impressed by the sterling quality of MrMeKin Icys character his Inflexible honesty ot purpose anti his alertness of intel led He determined tint such n roan ought logically to be president Having made him president Mr Han na now presents Mr McKinley lit rested with new sad hitherto unmintlonnl chains to till gaze of an mlmlriifr tWO pie According to this most excellent and ingenious hornblnwor the presi tltlent eleet even In his rapacity for sleeping Is a peerless character 1 never sow n man like him rhapsodises Mr Manna He can sleep at any time1 At first glance Iitt would seom that tilt pountry sltouldI receive this test hnonlal Iof the presidentelects capacity for slumber with genaine thankfulness A rues who can sleep well is n safe than as n rule he has an easy conscience and he Iis not given to imperiling n calm ccronity of judgment by iiululginpr in vaJjj worrying tiara too ready facility for sleep on the part of n president es pecially when elected to that high of flee throngii the friendliness of such in terests as were represented by Mr linn unmny prove n regrettable posses slon The most uMik wakcfulucss on the part of Mr McKinley in his dealings with till Hannn contingent is to be earnestly desired St Louis Republic NOT YET SETTLED I1lrrirnn Iloliln Flint tlif Money UiiFMtliiti In Still rut INNIIO Free Coinage was the subject of a lecture delivered by William Jennings Bryan at Carnegie hall under the aus piece of the New York Bimetallic assay ciation In his speech Mr Bryan ald It will not be necessary for mo to speak longerthan thank you for the encourage mont of your presence and to express my appreciation of tho work which has hell done by the advocates of hlmctalllton In tho eastern states 1 havo never teat an op ortunlty to atoiiim tliooo who labornl for free coinage here that we wise In tho west and south have more of local victories to rejoice over rococrnlxo tho obstacles which were In your way and recognize the valor with which you fought I do not know any democrat free silver republican or populist who deserves more credit than those who made the tight In Now York city I want to say that your light hero has give you a warm place In tho hearts of the west and south Now a wont of encouragement I want to say to those who have fought that the youIvyson who was with us who Is sorry that ho- Wl with tin und of those who fought under tho silted forces not ono today ro grotto lie purl ho took on election day and during tho campaign thescampnlltnNoI settlement of tho money question the American people are better for the cam pUledlhugoyIn1fIn polities for pecuniary benefits of any years In recent history- I want to say that 1 do not believe UlntI this money question Is yet settled Wearo I no bettor now than wo were before election I havo not reformed I believe In thoso principles as much how as then and It Is troliiR to bo no taster for monometalllaU and bimetallism to associate than before Any man who comes to act with us must forgivenbut IItnnor Mnrlt llnnnn definitely announces asdnosydIt is an appoint anent utterly anti conspicuously unfit to bt imule It is the outcome of n come plicated political dicker which unhap rJelly Involves the presidentelect hIm self as our Canton dispatches show whattever vtatesmannhip He thus neither learning nor experience neither nn nc quuJntancc with public affairs nor skill in their conduct Ills1 solitary claim upon attention is that ho raised nnddis bursa A gigantic campaign fund for the debtuichmcnt of American politics Ylthou that claim upon attention his appointment to the senate would be ludicrous With It that appointment is a blistering scandal NY World American labor although it is the best paid labor In the world is also in tho end the cheapest nt least in many lines of manufacture because it is the most productive It ia high time there droptUnited States needs n high tariff for its own protection It tho republican statesmen nt Washington insist upon iw creasing unites lot them candidly ad oranee the ttIe rcnsonr r this policy protcetecleR larp ehare of the governments bounty Uochcstcr N i Ueruld b XdyM1w WHERIL MKINLEY IS WEAK The N 1tiIIrarerThe lIert kthcorJultln1JJe1oHkWrpmvlng thafex tremc protection will bl lng about in creased revenues Sensible republicans usually abandon such nonsense immedi ately utter the campaign Hut the Prom takes its tnrllt doctrine seriously tutu insists that ue can have a turilt high i j enough to kcup out foreign goods and nt I the saute time supply revenue to meet I the cxtnrnganlclojninVdS6f ri mdrti than billiondollnr congress It says tOne of the theories held by extreme i believers in n low tariff is that If it jlocs nothing tide n low tariff should Increase I I revenues in thos oclasslilentibnj where duties nee cut down by stimulat ing larger imports und consequently giving the government a greater volume of articles from which to exact duties We have found that occasionally somo of those who believe in protection be cause it permits Americans to do bust ness are weak on the revenue part of u protective tariff One of the republicans who Is weak on time revenue parfofa protective tarill IIs John 1l Henderson formerly United States tit lIator iron Missouri and re gamed its fully up to the level of Ed adonis of Vermont in statesmanship In an interview last week Mr Hender son said I am afraid that It the tariff Is made higher the Import duties will full oft nod decrease the revenues of the government considerably They will full off for strut roapon lOur manufacturers ran now manufacture twice ns much as they can consume and the surplus they expect to export They can successfully compoti with the Imported goods and withI a hlgtth tariff they can undersell As a result w 11 will lint have Such largo Importations anti we will have to raise our revenue fIn another manner Another who is weak on the revenue part is PresidiMitelect McKinley When he made his tariff bill he called it mi act to reduce the public revenues and he made u speech showing how the Increase of tariff rates would reduce the revenue It worked exactly us wets predicted The revenues were reduced until there was n deficit under thu Mc Kinley law of 011000000- If the Press could shut out imports and collect duty on them at the same time it would have n really strung rev enue system Hut as long as shutting out poods deprives us of tariff duties that might otherwise be collected the protective tariff syslm will be weak In its revenue pnrtltica Observer THE TIME II OME 11hen Antorlfit Will renno Mnklne- tllllliiniilrt by Iitw A special correspondent of the Lon don Telegraph writing from New York regarding the llradley Martin ball be fore that muchadvertised event come oiT hiitf the following to say regarding the opposition to the function that man tested itself and the causes lending up to that opposition There is munch in the social condition ot this great republic to cause real anxiety The gaps are too broad It is said on good authority that the total number of rich families despite the great difference of population is only a little larger tunic in Kritain and their aggregate wealth Iis Iless and yet the disparities of condition excite here far deeper feeling Hut there is reason for dais In the United Kingdom the law does not interfere to enrich thud towns at the expense of the country to impov erish the farm in order to aggrandize the factory to penalize west and south with the view of favoring the north and cast to make wAUhy the manufac trees at the cost of the consumer where as the law does step in to lay Uburdcn of taxation on the shoulders heat able to bear it Hero everything the poor man buys is mule dearer in order that some rich nuts unity be made richer In every way the rich man is taxed iuI Englandi living or dying in every way he escapes in the United States Trusts and tariffs fleece the people of tho rural districts wind the poor everywhere for the benefit of the capitalists ami HO far ns tariffs ate concerned the next government und congress actually pro pose to make matter still worse Tha true inwardness of time outcry is that 1 it is n symptom of how deep there is IIIcnnI is being perpetrated A loud cry will I rise to heaven by and by that the innnu faeture of millionaires by nets of congress nod defiance of law must cease Chicago Chronicle POINTED PARAGRAPHS Au Ohio shoe factory has received nn order front England for 42000 pairs of shoes And yet they tell us that on account ot tho difference in wages j American labor cannot compete with English laborerKochcster N Y lien old The difference between the pres eat cost of trust products and the urea 1 eat cost of products of free competition with regard to former cost can be accurately measured It is precisely tin priiutsfortunesmeyer et nlN Y Journal The most curious thing Aooutths proposed new tariff bill is that on nearly all articles it restores tho rates of Uio MeInleylawroyemies whereas the excuse for time coming hilt is that they reveftftiiust t- bcincrcojffd KaiisasCUj star r l PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL 1 =ExKing MllanftiudQucea Natalia logrllaNrtor 1 1 l appear with some pretense to decency at a suitor for the hand of n princess Queen WiUielmlna of Holland enjoyed her first state ball on New tiny Her ptvrfucr In her first YcnrIIdance wns M de Strove the Itusw I bnbsador formerly minister to Wash j Ington n Agostlno Gntti the London enterer who died recently died a millionaire jjj lie was juiiKiiithon and Hvid as a JM nsnnt with no desire to go Into 0Iset or to truckle tothe people who InteryearsheSome one asked Vice President Stevenson recently if he was not glad to be relieved of the cares and rcsponsll billtles of his highofihee He recalled the tale of an old colored friend of hlsj isEgyptverted and he was asked if he was not happy about It11e IOnhtWcllnol darned happy just happy Carl ioldmnrk the Vlcntlese com poser whose latest opera Cricket oa the Hearth has met with success in German opera houses has been decor rated by Emperor Francis Joseph of Aus tria with the knights cross of the hisheatdccnntartists and learned men in Austria cnHtnl ured recalls the case of Miss lichen Miles against CaptMngan 40 years ago when the latter oils member of parlia ngtnlonMiles tIlluntlquarto volume of 108 pages The case was settled by the pnymentto the plain tltT of 10000 Capt Magnn stipulatief that his original letters be returned and that the entire edition printed should be burned 1 LIVES WITH SNAKES i Hermit of the IJv rKlnilin Shares till 1lurtgland there I is a rude cypress log cabin wherein dwells one of the most unique 4j individuals in nil the southern states i He is a Georgia Cracker of time nnte1l bellum type and hula object in life is tto stare as many reptiles ns possible all off which are nurtured anti cared for until sad to some museum in the north A visit to the spot is apt to give even a temperate norm n mild case of deliriua tremens Upon asking permission toes amine the stock in trade the man raised time ltd of n large box about two suds half by three feet in size and wltbS were seen about two bushels of large and venomous reptiles that raised their heads and sent their tongues flashing buck and rorthIInto this den of monsters the man thrust his hand caught up one of thee largest sad handled it with as mucojji nonchalance ns n kitten would have 0011 thltthcJJslllllecI ji and Florida It in deadlier than a rattlesnake said he for its venom is an alkali poi son and paralyzes the blood quicker than nay other reptile poison known j As n matter of fact the reptile wads very large specimen of the sotto mouthed mtxcasin which jis common known all over time south as u water viper and its poison is nearly if not quite as fatal ns the sting of the erG tittup ndamantcus In this box sad lie IllIrel5snlkei- In nil Including rattlesnakes cotton mouthed moccasins copperheads high land moccasin black snakes adder chicken snakes bull snakes racew turtleheads gopher snakes and milk sunken He opcIIli1nuothlr box fillld uvitlrthecc same kind of reptiles and took upWj crnl In one hued while they tvriggle4lI l vgorously From uluntJuer bob he tookfl rattle5nalte four feet long cone placc till lrenturos hI1I1 Immediately+nini t Las cheek while with one hand he toyed B wIth the rattles and stroked the tall A blind udder about two feet long whiclh shedding its skin was next c iflhlbltcd but tho man explained that U fI fewdays r I naked front curiosity if there wM i IIlIoop w quitei IillrprlscII11Ct cc- No there Is uo slIchthlllg nl n hoof p snake he replied but there lan snake1d with a stinger on its tail bud thajl it strikes over with its tall Instead of 1MB tit head and I suppose that is where iftl Jn norant people have gut the idea hIJthere is u snake that rolls like n hoofvl tIc Tlio jointed snaps is simply n Hrarsl tin tJtiIIurel sip la- ointed ftt t1thepcthreebut the pGacs will not como toget an supptn 1u bdi goolhtlttute ho Ea rcpllcdSwchlioletIIny t7 small eases is beneficial but iu laspquantiges erbumhas American Field+ 8 i IuIr 7v lie r i t6 t It t1 Mor rUl r r wwMiw WJ awwrcw wrMCLEV L1A V1GElrt11 t 1 t i t rllarlntnntntfiIn tin Illinois town a Miss Ullzznrd nappy dembdifrittdliritetlcnIIy beyond question tilt trjtKh ofAtlw old Mayhigsu sttMiuoUKty InslHtoilupon by many women the qujckcjit WilY to reach a with a hlnrt 1i through his 8101110011 Silos Hliward kept n select botmllng hdlise and among her patrons were Mr YlllInni D Mcllrlde and Miss Addle My Me Oowdell In view of subsequent developments the assumption Is war ranted tint Mss UllKnnl liking those two young people very uiueli Indeed reached dice inevitably feminine conk clusion that tilt tbcsl fFifnVsiieti u nice couple could do wbs to fall In love with rack other as IpromptlyI as possible get married nod live happily ever afterward tt vns a genialI ii ud friendly conclusion to reach stud it should not lhe unsafe to ray that having arrived nt It Miss Bill Lard I lot 110 lime In herself assuming the vole of the godln the machine and 40 guiding evcnu aji to lnevlhiblybrngI nbbltt the ftiiI j lissfHldonqumcnoupon which her lijjiilly ben ut WJJH hetillt IIK caps to III1 ert11lt1tiftGjtt1nttlg Mr Me JJride aiHPMqMclowdclli under the NinYe rout with her Miss Mllriird was niltttrcsK of the situation to an unusual and It is to be presumed tout she winced those two young peopluj qilc ajjnlnst the other In every vviiv Likelyto niie each see the ut tiers goofl1 i i the very strongest light possible hut she did more With the pulse of the situation under her touch always it wqtild seem that Miss UliZnrdki cw to n nicety just when till eltlt id moment wJr reached and at that eriielpl inn inent knowing that Mr Mcliriducx niifdc it imperative that lie should tutee this initiative in bringing matters to a climax the crafty Miss Iliizard played her strongest card Slit prepared a little supper aimed at the very citadelof Mr MeHrides aired bus slidat that supper tabs wiw to it that Mr McHridc was helped to tin chiiccstinfieaBluuid every dish the happy man wniTfeasted like n lord with pretty MUsMiDowdellI Me in r him as he fcasttd Miss Itliard rose front tilt table 1 winner Diring tho elypiogrepsoftic momentous rcpnst Mr Mcllrides heart melted within bin hoxom and gazing fondly upon Hiss h DowdiH lie then and llicrc challenged her to become Mrs MelJrhle Tlio bliallvngu was auccplod a UceiiKO procured a minister wan sum moned friends writ hidden to the joy oils semi ami the Knot was tied Missi lUiKzard deserves a roseate ini luortantyl Her healthy conlldcncc In the Irresistible nature of the conjunc lion of good things to cat with a pretty girl to look at warrants tile conspicuous perpetuation of her uaenioryStIIouls Kcnuhlic HOUSEHOLD SUGGESTIONS Some Sitinll them of 1Noful Iiiforiiin Hun A mirror should ncvor stand or his li iig whctx the suns rays full upon it The light and pent produce a chemical thxintegrittou of the quicksilver at the buck which injures the relleettve power mii make the glass semi Jim nod dull Many cooks believe tho whitt meal iiunJu from southern corn is superior to the yellow made from that grown at the mirth Nevertheless a johnny lnlt doesnt semi to advertiseI Iitself as such unless It is a golden yellow The ycllo v meal is tTria + cteilt and nice hemp soaked 21 nouns in tepid water hen cooked a short time only merely1 long enough to mike them ten der and well dune and beans put on mullI tJtf I Auf1tfyotldontby experiment t Those soaked the long mostnppctiiijgI qllnllltonrlIrtlioroig yrvThiii larger iind drirr the grain the moreMime must be ifllb otlcll for the accomplishment of this vesiilt AVholA giaiiiH arc Improved hV1 iru virus soaking those that are llnoly ground must be mixed with cold wider to IncupabiersI fingers into boiling salted water Coijlc lllfont ut Ills then nmi klovvly beer boll i HIt1 t 1 HItrill Iolllnlo + IItt- i lace one pint of well washed dried white bends in a saucepan Giver with cold water Add half pound of salt pork Cover and boll slowly till the beans lire domt vhleh will twice about t two hours In the meantime fry one fine chopped bnmii in one tablespoon t tvltliuuttr flout Btlr nUll cools two minutes mid tune boy leaf eight whole peppers one mumspoonful of salt half a easpoonful of pepper Cook 13 minutes then rub them through n serve Whim the beans ore done drnln oft the liquid put the beans with the sauce into n deep dish put the pork in the center anti bake one hour in medium hut oven Brooklyn Eagle Coennnuf Miuur on One pound of nugar thrlcfoulthMor s pound of Hour ohchnH110Ulld of but er two grate cocoanuts whites or clue ggs drop on buttered paper in thlli- aud sprinkle with sugar Bate in u lulck ovenN Y Ledger IGaill L Tcnty1Ror seedss A IlrukntIuivui I t nil ltitA 4 flSfo Ike Nest Jith prcTnhuri rn4 theJiibiv At11lllKCIIIUIl ntro the line in UaMliolomew Co At the table sat tic cightvcnrold ilaughtcrof this Lapps whooplttvnIUltlCOIllClueutlherdanip li iIIIIluiii n I adlllll1nllll pIrniLihL rlic bIy C nyouovctor itihmiislettmug1 I wlllhII stngesnodcxsettt trnrunailTheI mother tlurhiltl 1 i talithenTxpericnetwith ikrlhI tit I1I1 jicr TelyouI youTlfierthe p tchildjicteI broken down I tool nicdiciiia froni j tilt I t i Iuyinnlintoa11t alltriedI I re L stilt Pains would nluxit all thmiigb nis bendnovtlsiuhsa IIhI VuiiTi inp7ttis tttlrilIlrt Inuh1hiI faintugsprtlrrelieve wi find I IthllKiVrniTptillhopPtioric1 rnt cry I clmuccd to nail sums testiiuoiiiin ladnnnjslltsland inilile tII mulltllI d y1r WilaiiiH Piuls Pith Iit unto re poeureilbox n tllIalld wvni felt much bettor nud couldI K aboutf with ease When I hind nishcdsix hnxei never missing n Jose after ash inonl I Willi curi1C1 I btve taken IheinDinro when I felt hallallil J now feel as well as e IrIt ntk1VItunrllI 1 tinebtrituat1tul alnnFandI lintim IPink fills anitilingI I what 1 tnh wnudnt stay on my stomach I feel thatI time mc li jne KIVO me fmiu nn uu ti11i It ji nij iinHiilciHi1 to bo xvlierc ulalsaxI 1 IceInIIIIIrenlI i I weInr i ilk ViHiiiuH1 Pink Pills wutaiu in rru ron fniUV r 0rin nil tbc rlrmoiitH ncre jirv to give nru ufr Inll IH iineis In till lilomi ami renori ulintterrd I eaves phew are ulwi n tpet iflr for tniblea ieridinr to fiinalii SIn Ii III uipipKHiniiii iriTQulnritiiM 1111 nil forms ofn enknrIsrhi tarn tthat cITeiti + rraJlrltll rvn In nil rnw nri inj fnun mental curry ovcVwork or orc+ rs of whatever nature hiitalki slid may be unit of nil iliuutfitts or divert bv lelicineonqunySehrneetndv sflee Knllroniltlit It Is stilt true wiys the 1Htiglueeriiig nud Mining Inunuil tout the kingdom of Denmark dotty not I HWM n very ex teiHltnl uren but the government by milting niilroiid nod buying those built by private tntcrprlse pins unsv sue vecdod in giving to its HiluibltantM a ury ehcxip meiuiit of loeomoUou atxl nS tilt yniiH t ync OXVIIK a viiltilblet tiet for p lunge amount of ItI nationul debtlliu fielght Bates nnv nlreidy the lywcst known A bill IntrtMhieed by true goV crmcnt pn jn eH to abolish return ticket ltadI only to issue direct ticket between nil slntiuns One will be ablo to travel4IhaI t whole lungUi and breadth of Donmark third elliwv for a sum not exceeding 160 ami the distance coy ered IH about UU by ano tittles This Is n reduction of 0 per Bent A KyiY 441cur brnko con till of u steel shot fastened to the car above the wheel NO that the weight jf the cute helps to apply the brakq to he wheel Iuin rut t imiUiiwoineu ylhptrastc4imr nv attending vjrvi putitlil Itltbtclitfutryrit- dl tbd ineit who doH by gelling uptsulf 1LustsAtthiieuuiGlubeit err Explained ItCuHtoincr I don t Chow anybody can handle u lug stockuf Klass tlllllIPonHillI am Two liriiiH broke all to pieces tryiiiR to 111111 die lhll liltC rta Hwlr ntltlr lIlt 1 chenlt1qllf I rihsituI j I 11 i I i rNo iltlTrrrniV l Av 1111afitnhlttbi He pNiKiml to tbe weather boimngiiicijibe will nut catch cold HO hug OH his luiuiUarc III lei- spuehels1ltbison tiiobe ITe1 BiipjmHo your thoiigbta were nil on your new iNinnet duriiiK the sermon Him u wereurrnimigIIOtrl dont believe you can rcKat nn thiiiK that wnlinitl duriiiK tlm MTVICC I 1 sictmiii an I A nhilofoplicr lliinlH thnt n fivetlntcignr I Li UN gooil nx out font Ing three times as much and ketppon imiovingin philosophy I untilI In believes that being lend is just UH good as living Causo to HMiicmber IIITTshottld Roy 1 do renicinUrfit sahtlbu fat taaii vliij wlis asking if Ise recalled it ccrtaili railroad heel dint Williiiis you remember him was sitting In the sent ahead of IIIC IIIltlIUI iiiHtautly killnhl poor fellow And that isnt all Ho was lelhng one of tilt funniest utorien 1 ever hoard nnd though I have tried ever fiucc to trod what the end of that story was I hurt never been nblo to run across anyone who knew Indianapolis Journal t Iteming to Strut fhieboy who has an Appointment with the teacher nftcr school Vdismissed UoMoo Transcript Seo here young man said the stern father if you dont come home earlier after this Plit know the reason why Glad hear it governor that will save all a toI jilanatiorn on my part Detroit Free reM U r1C q fbd d cLJ t ri utSERVANTS- Lord Mnyorn Gentlemen Vnlforma I to Clothe bnikr Monnreha 2 I wan tullltomim nrau8inr facto tho other dny about the1ordliAsyJoVa men RrvttBta jIt Bceww iWyfe a writer in the QollcI I for jliij tJiu ilmoot lord mayor htus 16 cilgut of whom urn over r six tcrdt hi 11eIght Their livery is saps shire blue velvet with heavy gold lace lhnso uniforms un only worn during tho year of ofllce niter which they be come thg property of the servants t rcpt thcniilo tho limn which Bunplled tla cmrI TlTis Is an uuliebt house p having the monopoly of mipplylii uniforms to the ecrvR tiof cltygrnndecs And what do yoit suppose bccomci of these clqthcH eventually V They are sent out to African kings for wrur on state oc casions nt least the majority arty II- though n few urn retained for the the liters lint the must comical part of the thelirtnoftglotlllcrwI1 seal HIIIC to spnd out a k tlironJQ or5a irown of gold to thel dusky pfitclitntejj v Itllj thtjvgtinucnts Ami lhl 111oJI supply anything under the uun 4I MlttloiiN ul Cool lliioUn ilvon A tray hI countryplantl liltIlIi1I1IJ IKLlutlllItili I I lilIUIlIllIIknown UH till IhurlesA VouelcrCompiinyV CodKciy pock tutu Hook of Comfort and Iltaltli which cntitainn vcci1 choice infornui I i liccciptJtInvdainty iuinliei ireiare l osnecially fur it by a lendini nutlinritv will uc found in iti1 pages Much cnre tins boon taken in its Iicimtntiiiii and iiisumbntiun with the hope I that it will be jut tilt thinu needed for lioiiHoktrpcis and just till thiiiR needed alsolur tho raro of the lionllh nnd house hud AsCnukervHook it will bo invulua lilt to keep on hand for refer ace ll also contain full iiifornutinn in ro Haul to the runt rcmcdiv oG tliin hoino winch piovidc against boil iiy liibnutitiC s utldIclTo give Mine idea of the labor and rx pros of tliis output iunn llwn UOtHniwttf MiH r liivo Won used in its iniblirnlion and at the lalu of 100000 1111111 lint tnluu KV cral iiiniitlm rill till 1 iKnc The Inxik nu be hind1 1lit hlltr ists rvrry wlitre or bv iMieliiniiiK n Je flainp to TlieI buries A Vouelor Cumnnny Ikiitimorc Md j rllIIlUaII loiit see why you cull Daiiy llIrlmi1 wllish I t hisithv jis n ytr mike little gel EIIIIIOh nUUIIIIl out she isj wlirh Sites nhvnyn nl lilt bwul of the 1lnw Hiidl nlie wniil let niiv of the tent of US got matedof IlIt1I4t1I Hutuir Tbe It k O S V lly ronunciiriiiR Sun ruinsCuI SltIIIIIiKcago viu Ciiiriiiimti and lndiaimMilis kOiKiintu witliuiit the iiicunvonicncv of cluing Inc tarn Iron time of train nail further inforiim tuu call on ngrntM It b O S V ply I think the juke hiss been tarried fur enoiiitli wild the editor U be liuirkcd ac ecpktlon It Urookb Life tue1ntpttrtibh Tin wivioo of thoQtuuMi mid Crcfwut fnul traiim sluth Through Pullman duiwitiic HHHII wIviiHiT Standiiid vent ibided duy Courlim lavatories mid finoLiiiit urtntlis- lIlittsnlI tuft iNlffni IIIII I uhsrrvaliuu rtmia 111IlelI III Ant fiincknu ati 0 1 manituollkht unit ll lipeelntly llrnunthrr I llyit 1 rturnilllSIIIIIIilr Iusrtieularsorwritetol AgeultCleveland A really HIIIIU t preacher iis one 11II1owll Mlieii it is wine to bo called to nnntha- rtheldAtehton Globe curedNII I Great Nerve Itcstoicr KrceJ trial bot tin htrcatiBc Dr 1 Kline IKV J rdltit Pliilu Pa T time dpgrronf every mans iminhood in de termined Iby how much hu pays no to lour self Haiai JJqrnr Star Toliiuro useStarnunstlastingLove iin dead when time Inuband begin to grudge till iioiicy it takes to support his- wifewltauiu IJvIuIII I 1 1j171 I GOUlItI1I1IIWillI 1305 Scott St Coviiigton Ky Oct 1 It I8M The map who knowtrbimself well will know ai iou dcnliibout othcrtitcnllamV Horn The Units of Pneumonia may lhcwnrttccJofT iTnrIIKCHI A funrrnl nhouo attracts people who never go there nt any other time Atchleon Globe Icy pnvcinfcnts and bruises give aches nnd pains St Jacobs Oil gives cure comfort Ilailroad men willnotdance except at a grant ball Atchison Globe When hilton or cOIIHlit n Cnworct candy cathartic cure guaranteed lOc 25c The way toget position U to more than lilt fout present one JtnmBJlorn WitbStJatvllliIt is5 entirely supetlluouii to tell people i that joil uro settles ultlf yuK nliovH J TicketIlhrch1Atl13ttu1 May 3rd 4th 17th and IStli 1867 nome seekers xeUIIlon tickets will Ie sold by the- M Cleveland Akron Columbim illy to near- 1y every point in the Wwt Nprth and KorlUwMt South and Southwest ntntc of ill ntttn nn art tort in Jnlti8 tOlItl11llltillit utriiiwrIldo wen to t ice or write to Inv Cl lty Agent for h tales of fare limits of ticket sad full In tilt formation or to tho wnJcmigueil C1 iUalyGeneral hl tnyr gcutCleveland U al1i l1r 1It ItI1jIlJir I n111 very rentvary hunt nyspcptic savagely goodrouesI tile for yciraTit Hits ttUronn You Muni I 7 thetortiiaeIf I Mgrinn Itbcumatixm is a prolilic source of l nanny in UN letup iullnuiuiatorv or chronic tifiiriilM ItuHt itmv he annihilated at itKbiith with I111 liltlik11ttII riuilnry bilious dyspeptic or ncrvoiiH nit mcnUthclliltcr is uvrtuin smuts of relief 1 Now fur another arctic exploration +aid Kogg as be Mtnrtctl on n scurch fut his overshucs Itoston Ininscripl lust try n lOt liox of Ciseareta c ndy ca lhatUclinrst livcrand bowel rc ulatormade I A baby in a buggy is n good thing but 110I than Limes to IUNI it along It Cold AlilTcuti u sprained muscle St Ja cobs Oil uinis xottciiit and cures it1 k Olliccr r cltil7m look as sullen liltI lull iie taut lias lust found out that you are till Mcsccudabtl Kliegeiide JIInlUCIIL HjS IS THE TIME t Iliof rn when men h an McnASS bccornelweakcncd the wcathl cr and run down genor aUyh i The first parts that the weather affects are the kidneys The urea is not thrown off but ite forced backupon the lungs and dis ease results caused by weakness of the kidneys adtleCturttrktaOllerww A eki11f- u1aorknntishipThu true r In or iIJ us to t6- paticrnsof riml for freo front Ind ijHERRI r I v v i c ONLYONX URCWAY knot men forprompt l frailly lYheCkiiett th I- k re91twine orcans to hidlt and SotrcnKthlntl that is by the use of I t JthasteedtMt- est of it has saved of has rcstorlIvestlt of lufsa 0 fcrcrs to health it has done what was never done never before it has made a mcn stronger and healthier it 1 made women brighter and lap it stands alone in all these qualities Do you not think it would be Wise for yotfTd use it and thus avoid the danger the season 1 si t Upon having itgya r Pill Clothesrkrk 1 Tho good pill hiss a good coat Tho pill coat p servos two purposes it protects tho pill on nbliug it to rotniu nil its remedial vtiluo and it disguises tho taste for tho palato Somo pill coats nro too heavy they will not dissolve in tho stomach and the pills they cover pass through tho systom aa harmless as n broad 1 pellet Other coats aro too light and permit tho cpoody deterioration of tho pill Aftor SO yours exposure Ayora Sugar Coated Pills havo boont found as effective as if just fresh from tho labor story Its good pill with a good coat Ask t your druggist for Ayers Cathartic Pills Mote illt inntlcular In Ayctt Curelook 100 ptget t bcul lice J C Ayer Co Lowell blue i 0 14o with n1tru10U9 absolutely oxnmplo bcnrhlgR only of bicyclo Snwbig cost rnnchlnqry 111111 labor unnblcit uruMI 60 perfected VaverleysImproved 60 CAtllgUO us w tho dottier INDIANA mCYCLU CO Indlnapoll r 0 ntomeM of time thousands attempted has pier of In a fljiFor 1sFor the last 20 years we have kept Pisos Curt for Consumption In stock and would sooner think a grocerymari could withoutPisosDruggistsCerescotClG r r A DY tATUAfTICT 1 I I P t J j ICURECOISTIPArIoM f P a 1to ALL F 255OI Dquam1iuIBSOLIMIIILY GUIRlITIID nr ll fwUt beetletI M 14 8TE1lUJMIett ia a ojItny I t i t lai= I a Jpt p rw r t fHE HERALDo- i1m0m COOrD UItK HAZEL GREEN KYrTHURSDAY April 22 1897 bo ANNOUNCEMENTS r for State Senator We arc authorized to announce JOHN A TAUL1JEE of Hazel Green as a candidate d lirr State I4eantnr fnr the filth Scnntorial district subject to the action of the Iemod leratioparty o For Surveyor of Morgan County of IIJlALSEYveyor of Morgan county subject to the de clsion of the voters ut the November 1897c electiontI+OO OO + irrJ BREVITIES rjj+ OVOv CO + WAn between Greece nUll Turkey has been opened mill nil Europe Iis alarmed 4 a SIM IN Iin withdrawing its troops from Cuba nnd it iis rumored that tho warY would soon end as Spain is bankrupt I n UNIIKII tho new revenue law fur Ken Ptunky the state tax will be 52 J cents on the 100 for the next three years andI i xfter abut time J7J cents permanently i S It c A nill authorizing the state to borrow i j tiOOOOO to pay off time delayed elate 7warrants wiu reported favorably by the senate committco on revenue and taxa tiumt It w WM1 V SniooiKt editor of the More Rend Advance has announced liimcelf us it candidate for the Republican nomlnlII lion fur reprcxcntiitivo from the BathII 4Rovan district Get there Ililland push for a general legal advertising InwM i kL 4- yy Tin floods in tin lower Mississippi river have hunt great damage mill nowe cornea tho news that the Louisiana levees qihuei I broken and thousands nf acres ofI sugar and cotton plantations laid waste i it Y rho auflcringn of tho inhabitants can scarcely be iinngincii S k acHox Jouv II Jonas representative t from Floyd county says positively that Him Henry L Martin of Woodford county would be elected United States senator this week Ho further xtalea that should Dr Hunter withdraw l t Mr Martin hits 7ft pledged votes more I titan enough to elect to TilE punishment of Arthur A 1 lat- fnr t tho murder of Jcsso Tyree at the Kastcrn Kentucky insane asylum twelve I years ago woe fixed by tho jury nt four years in tho penitentiary It will be reo inembcred that IMatt was brought t Lexington from England on extradition I papers n short time slnetCI e TUB monetary commission appointed by President McKinley to confer with foreign nations in bringing about bimet iillism consists of a gold Republican with bimetallic views n silver Republican nnd a silver Democrat What do our gold j Lug Democrats who voted for McKin leys success think of that I- eeTHE Democrat of Anderson count 1Iluidan indignation meeting in tbo court house at Lnwrcnceburg and addressed I an open letter to their representative I Hqn John T Stout denauncinz hi 1 HCtions in the senatorial fight at Frankfort in refusing to support the Demo t cradle nominee and ask him to resign TIlE convention to nominate a DemoI cratlc candidate for clerk of the court of appeals will be b ldat Frankfort Juno Ii Tho county conventions are to bot held on Saturday May 29 atl2 p mr r standard time The reprewnUtion will fro one delegate for every 200 votes fort llryan tend one for every fraction of 100 1rlie wife of Bear Wartlr Beechers accuser Xir ElizabetH R Sllton died attbd home of herr widened daughter Iis4 I1ltr riokly w N Y bere iMUtt JA i ahlusloi for H nufflber tari lilt r ftt Wut a moutb agar she suffered a parxlytk melee if from rlilch the warr a iJ slowly recovering when sbo was again stricken and died in a short while INDICTMKXTH were returned by the grand jury of Franklin circuit court last Saturday against W Godfrey Hunter John Henry Wilson E T Franks Noel Guinea and Thomas Tanner The charge I against them is Conspiring together to corrupt and bribe members of the Ken tucky legislature Bench warrants were Jissued at once by Judgo Cantrill returnable at the September term and1 bail fixed at 230 in each cave It was that an indictment would also found against Dr Hunter for perjury but it was not brought in I ALTHOUGH justices of the supreme court of the United States arc appointed for life Justice Stephen T Field has an nounced his intention of retiring from tho bench of that tribunal nt un early Tho venerable justice is eighty ono years of ago nnd has been n member the Hupremo court shorn tSli3 when was appointed to it by President Lin coin Ho has been n member of the longer than any of his associates It Iis thought that upon his retirement Attorney General McKenna will bo appointed his successor and that the attorney generalship will then be given to J J McCook of New York STATE CONVENTION Arranged For By the Democratic State Executive Committee The Democratic state convention nominate a candidate for clerk of tllI court of appeals will beheld in Frank fort Wednesday June 2 runt the county mass conventions will be held the Satur day preceding or May 19 The Demo cratic state executive committee met and decided upon the late and place as above stated The committee adopted the following Resolved That it is the sense of this committee that we adhere unreservedly lord unqualifiedly to tho great principles enunciated in our national platform adopted at Chicago in 18tJIi lord it is now declared that the Democratic voters and others in this state who supported tin lectors for the Democratic nominee for president in 18110 as well us all other persons who by tlnir participation in the selection of tho delegates deem them obligated to support the nominee of such conventions are mud should he entitled to vote in tho clectltiC the delegates thereto It wits further decided to hold 1I conventions in all countyI composed of more than ono legislative district and in thm counties containing i moro than ono such district time county ommittees of said counties shall decide how the meeting shall be held j all meet W however AO be held Saturday May 29 at 2 p in standard time Each county will be entitled to one delegate for each 200 Democratic votes cast at the last November election and one for each fraction of 100 votes or over Popular Election of Senators rime advocates of tho popular election of senators constantly find fresh argu ments on their silo from thu frequency withwhich sessions of legislatures are wrecked by deadlocks over this question wnetedoin several bodies last winter and in Oregon the entire session was practically nullified by such a controversy The Kentucky Ugitdaturc had a large share of its energies dissipated in a fruitless struggle nt the regular session a year ago and vote after vote IU now being taken without result at n special session called for the express purpose of tilling rite va cancy In the sonata from that state Wh lher the people would elect betters senators than legislatures do is an open certainychoice by tho people at the polls settles the question in one day and there would be no chance that the interest for which neglectedsas BO often happens now through sena recta deadlocks New York Post Importance to Teachers The state board of examiners have decreed that who contemplate an examination for county certificates must know something about common school law trod current For more complete information regarding this subject address at once with two cent stamp for reply The Southern Sclioo Lexington Ivy CHEAT SALE prove tho great SarsaparillaMoods accomplishes GREAT CURES Most of the roads leading into town urgoispotato and other produce promised us- rontiwbofiptlosii I GREAT CLOSING SALHIII EtI F LOUI GUS TRAUS fkii 1 I t E LEXINGTON KYmrill j f 1 suitF Kentucky1It a 3r MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED I i When you visit Lexington do not fart E call on Louis Gus Straus toII I TAKE YOUR CHOICE 0 HERES A GOOD THING The Hazel Green Hernhll 00 ThrioeaWcek World 1 00J2 00 Itoth Papers One Year 1 03 I ANOTHERI 1 00 I Cincinnati Weekly Kniiiirer j1 7r Until Topers One year 1 50 I AND STILL ANOTHERj The Hnul1 Green Iteraldt 00 Louisville Weekly Cnininrcial 1 002 00 I Jloth 1iipern One Year 1 2fi THIS IS A CORKERIt The Hiizel Green JI ruld11 00 Louisville Evening POt 5 U0G 00 Roth Papers One Year 2 70 YOU CANT MISS THIS The Hiiel Green Iierald1 00 Tilcdn Weeklv Blade 1 002 POI Itoth Papers One Year 125 JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel Green llernid1 00 Twice n Week CollarJournal 1 OO U 00 Ruth Papers One Year 1 ifi ANOTHER BARGAIN The Lionel Green lIernltl1 00 Home it Farm Nirniimintlily lillIO1 Roth Papers One Year 125 ONCE MORE The Hazel Green IIcrnlcl11 00 The Cosmopolitan monthly 1 02 onIDoth one year 1 I THE BEST OF ALLtt Tho Hazel Green lIenLhl1 00 Louisville Weekly Dispatch 1 OC2 00 Both Papers One Year 1 tffl- EO Thls offer h open to new snbsribcrs who pay one year in advance mad to all old mihscriuer who pay uparrears and onu year in advance Now is the time to sub scribe Send fur sample copies Any publication the United States willbe tarnished in connection with THE IlKiAU and our subscribers allowed the discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky NEW MILLINERY MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner Will be in Hazel Green this spring with H lull line of the latest and newest styles of Millinery Goods at the lowest prices and auks the la tiles to await her coming before waking their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES J SEITZ W WITH W M KERR ft CO IOBDBB8 IK Hardware Agricultural Ii limints IRONTON O COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON KY I J B HOLLON PROPRIETOR The traveling public Is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort ofguests J A O AVLBBEKD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- llsurgery and obstetrics specialty 1 n IDEAT rI IWhen It refers to the end of our earthly career has a horrible sound to any but the saintly Hut in the tense we use it it refers to the annihilation of high prices andI renders everybody happy especially in hard times See our prices on a few stuplti I ArbuckleVcperpeund SuarGeperMen Q5Cts 90cISO 4pere PIEr1PaEACHES10c Win ii you want Bargains you gratified by culling ontJ F1 JJJE U3 CjLat MIZE KENTUCKY rt I Produce taken in Exchange Goods otherwise Cash J M i I Lt r Jeweler and I GREEN KY rffi II I 01II t Repairing Watches and Syootaoles a alIIyou need anything the Jewelry Line 1 e Bank WINCHESTER KY PresidentID IUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts mer farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and its customers every facility and the most terms the limits of legitimate banking octlSlr u f TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- IT STERLING KY CAPITAL t200ooO1I SURPLUS 30000 o J ii niOSTAFF President 0 L PresidentW 0We respectfully the business mer tarruert and business men ll A t Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance yourchecksW THOMPSON r I CO cftlhlghtAPPLES 10npound can only J Js oCSoOPHalf2CaForhhrtnlBucket 15cllow price of All Other Goods In Proportion can lie Merchantable for IPRACTICALl I Watchmaker f 11HAZEL Fine Specialty Gold I If in or USJmI Winonesttr It of chants offers liberal within solicit of chants traders genera W Casis I T COLVINlW WITH V TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOIOsaIo Orocers d MT STERLING KY FLOYD BYRD A Campton Ky ATTORNEYATLAW jtJT Abstracts of title furnished collec guaranteedConnected lit Sterling Ky in civil practice OJAS m BY ATTORNEYATLAWCAMPTON KY lCollectioul u specialty A HOWARD STAMPER S ATTORNEYATLA CAMPTON KY Will practice in the courts ofWolle and time adJoining counties All business entrusted- to ot caro will receive prompt attention r A r 4 11rJFHE HERALD I I u F jjrY LOCAL LACONICS wit TiTi- The r I man that owns his acres Is the man that plows all day And the man that keeps u humpbg Is the man thats here to stay i But the man that ndvcrtkes With a sudden sort of jerk Is the man that blames the printer Because it didnt work Fulton Guard The sick at Arberry Swangos are much better Quite an interest is being manifested in croquet now MmI Dr Knsh has been quite sick for the past few days E E Atkinson of Stanton came up Fridayand returned Monday George Rice and W T Whaley areI painting the bridge across Red river Miss Lizie and Berry Pieratt of lll were visitors at Hazel Green this week Will Jones of Flneiistlo came ore Sunday on business and returned Mon dayThe usual spring improvements are beginning to show themselves all over town The balmy breezes of lest Sunday called out all the young folks on the promenade Isnt it nearly lime the Fair associa Lion was taking steps toward having a I fair this fall Sirs Naunie Kush returned hone last week from a protracted visit to and relatives in the blue grass Quito a crowd of the young folks visitedi the Swango springs lust Sunda and report a pleasant time Lou E Ward who has hecn postmis tress at Campton for quite awhile en rolled at the academy this week Ilex C E French after a visit of sev eral days in our town returned to his home in Powell county lust Friday Wm Arid John Allen pusacd through here Tuesday en route to their home a White Oak from court at Ml Sterling Missi Nellie Evans wilt hats been con lined to her be lat the home of her grandmother for several days ill convalescing All the farmers are HO busy putting in their crops and catching up with thei spring work that our streets are almost deserted Mrs S M Ireland has gone tto IliiiwlI Green for a visit of several months t i her daughter Mrs W II Cord Owen ton Herald Dr J M Rush mud n flying trip to White Oak Monday and returned Tues day accompanied by his daughter Mrs Wiley May BniToii HHRALD enclosed find JAl cents for which send your paper for throe months to Mrs Lizzie Calhoun Paxton Ky- Bobbie Day accompanied J B Thomp son to Clay City In assist in setting thincs to rights lie is expected home ii- a in few days Mrs Will Allen of White Oak who was reported as being quite ill if stm e Her sons Dr Jim of Owing Ihlttlris with her court begins next Monday at IICircuit and the buys will take to tho night to remain until the grand jury mljmiru i r granddauizhteMiss r Sunday and returned Tuesday They were the guests of J T Day TUF HERALD sanctum was gracfd by the smiling faces of Misses Maude Card wellof Stillwater and Fannie Johnson of Lacy creek last Friday afternoon Aunt Caroline Swango mother of G IIand W T Swango was taken sud denly ill Saturday night at her non Willies residence but is somewhat improved at thii writing S1 Wilson the artistic painter who was hire last ummer and did IIUlltfl ruble painting for our citizens is with u again and has taken the contract to paint W r Cnskpys dwelling hnure Our West Liberty correspondence was miscarried last week and did not reach this office until Thursday evening when 1II it came via Campton Hence DO frpm there last week and the electionI news havalrcady been published L Cr n F There Is one part of our town to which we desire to call the attention of the trustees About one hundred yards east of THE noun building on the West Liberty road is an almost impassable mud hole In the driest weather j tblaII place is always miry and when the come as much its a good team can do is to pull an empty wagon through Mn1Johnri out the empty buggy but in the struggle the harness broke the horse floundered to terra firma almost exhausted and tho buggy remained tick in the mud It required an hours hard work prizing with rails etc and the combined etlorts of three stout men to extricate the bug gy After orrowing a set of harness the ladies with profuse thanks to their rescuer went on their way rejoicing By all menus this mud hole should be filled with rock at once else the town will hate a big damage suit to pay I That advertising pays is demonstrated 1 by the crowds going to J R DcBusk SAS Co at Mize who placednn advertise ment in the columns of TICK HKRAID I i reliuhlyr informed that the bargains ottered by this firm are taken advantage of by t1 people far and near who flock to thei store In fact Richmond is seriously thinking of employing more clerks to II wait on tho many customer They are j r now selling eight pounds of good greet1II coffee for 1 and oil goods equally us I cheap The meeting at the Christian church is being well attended and the sermons are well received Rev White iis an earnest fluent and attractive speakers He handles kris themes as H muster and drives the burning words of truth inn many hearts The central thought of I withyI Jesus 1 Every person should attend these meeting the claims of Jesus lire set forth in every one and there is no cause for neglecting MO great Kilvntiun There were two confessions on Tuesday night Services begin at 715 p III j Ii Wi were honored with a cull front It Y Hiirdm of Lvxington Tumldy morning Mr llnnlin iti an ex new alt per man bavins been correspondent fur the Chicago Horseman besides fumili j lag syndicate matter for a number of metropolitan dailies llenuvv reprmitIfI tho Mutual life inMiraiico cuupunyrf i New York and is a guest of tins Day Hnuse rlIu MiLin mid John Evims Hurled j I for Torrent lna Monday in II hugI When near Willie SwnnguV place thcII buggy pit stuck in the mud aunt in theobuggy broke and the horse run nwnv John Evans came hack to town and jot i I j I I u couple of saddle hurts so they could continue theirI tourney TheI runaway horse was caught at Stillwater j Last Saturday night saute dogs got among NtUe Niekelltt sheep anti killed three ot them Nelse took one of the carcasses and baited it well with arsenic I j IIl1tiKfUCIdon I A heavy tax on nil logs to be used in reimbursing the losers of sheep would soon rid the country of all these worth less curs While grubbing ontiIC hill back of Uncle Pres Trimbles place last Tuesday I morning Jim James and Curtis Lacv unearthed u blowing viper from under a dCIIPlltchedjThej tt inches and is the first of the season jj All claims for Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey are substantiated by the report- from those who have used it Coughs colds incipient consumption and all bronchial affections are that diseases iin which it is especially efficacious i I I The citizens of this vicinity are lore by notified that I have opened a first class stock of secondhand clothing in i the brick store of G B Swango at Ha zed Green and that I am selling cheap April 211 H L CBNTEU I I Emery and adze James have put a paling fence around the lot next to j I j Pieratt livery barn and say they arc II I lgniut to plan It in watermelons What A harvest for the boys it will be when IIthe melons ripen Mrs AnPcratt of Ezclis at tho bedside or her mother Mrs Caroline Swango who is quite ill at the home of I I j home of her son W1V Swango 1 Two Mormon elders passed through- r town yesterday but did not stop long IntotbolmlndefI citizensw r 4 WANTED t e A m 1000 Pounds of Bacon 1 3000 You Owe Us And all the good trade of Wolfe and Morgan Counties gecoec3co 001A0001L= oeoocsi x oo Now wo lay us down to sleep jj 91Ii Wo pray tho Lord our goods to keep I Undoes tho CASH for them wo got j As for our creditors now wo sweat lS t 007tcJgoggc000OOOQQ with soul so dead IjIj1Jrtathsthercamnn J am hath fiend said for meat and DiUreadi friends qtlyrE qtly u Friends of the People HAZEL GREEN Iri A = = = = = = =tt t = t =i= ENGLISr H ITCHEN12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY jffsTRegiilnr Meals 25 Meals to order at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 9 n m Dinner from10 a 111 to 8 p m Supper from 5 to 0 p m SpecialtyIIr 1Iif a SHERIFFSS SSALE FOR TRIES I p J ofJI sears named b hnr I or one of toy depu lies will on MONDAY the Irtl IIAY OF MAY 1S 7 between the hours o tI oclock a m and 1 oclock p III at the courthouse dour in the town of CUIIIIIIIII jI Volfe county Kenttieky it county i mart day expose at pnMie sale to the liilifit and best bidder fur cash in hand tlu fnlhnvinn real estate or so mneh thereol us frill lie necessary to satisfy the followingI I I tuv nod co 4 t on Mime titwit t ln nl Uner Ilenrral acres of land nilIjuiiiliii the lands of James 1I1itri i DNtrlri No tor the your t tal tux and costs Fl aiHi Ilolllimswoitli 1etieeea tfS alert lead adjoining the IIIIItJIII t otIi Peiiif DNtriut No 5 the year iI 18Si total tax and eost 2 unII Stumper Jlames W 100 neres ol InnlIj adjoining the lands of IMmon law son District No 0 Inilanee due liar iI the yetr 18ft tax auto cost 4I Ia Arnolil lames H DO neres of land I H adjoining ihe lands of IK U Lund To DistrletNol Liar the year 1SWJ- j total tux and eoit intt Drake Itohert 120aerts of Maul ioIniiiK the lands of Colbert Payne District No I for the year 1811i to tail tax and runt 4 111i Fisher Permella S0 acres of landIadjoining thu lands of Thomas Tar Her District No 4 fllr the jeiir 1890l tutu tux and cost 17 I Potter In S C M 1373 aere of lain adj ilniiiK the land ol Thomas Turnerl District No 4 tier the year ISilit total t4ix and cost 20 12 Turner Thonmi 3432 acres of InlIlIadloiniiiKI the Innds of D S C MI Potter District No 4 the 1I1890 total tux IInclellt Trimble 111 SOS acres of land ad joining the lund of Thomas Turner I District No 4I liar the 181HI total tax and costI 1C 1Mt IrvineI Lumber Cu 1800 ncrc14 of hurl adjoining land of J i i fRIIIII District No 15 for the year 1815 to tal tax and cost 80 82 Hooker S 12A acres ul laud 1111IJijoining land ol K T Drake Div jIrlet No 3 for the yeas 1895 total earl cost 4 i 1 Sully Ins one town lot III Lee City Iipiiivt 1n1 for the yearn IR92di1 IX total tax and eost 0 00 This April i 1897 CeItyl K COCKKUHAM D S u WALLIS a fI WHEELER II AZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Having leased the shop known an the FrankTylershnpandIpurchnsed complete line of black It Inl mud wlon makinir tools nnd materfulnnro prepared to u trial JtcKpectfully- V J WALUS r W WHEELKK- ii IHn MAUPINWITH REED PEEBLES Co VJ10IESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO I a There nro some men we know full well Who never such n tnle could tell But they we fear will go towflI The plnco where thcroi no winter Others wo know to are just To such wo never say You must IllTheyrepayAmen t KyJi cents liar fur theIlIIullt 1U + tIJl TLa Ls4Z1xJC UZe- IOOOOOOOQOOOQOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOg0000000000000000000 + iSi NORMAL PREPARATORY 5 81 g 10J B J1J Idt 1 8 vw = I I t 8Konluckyr10 J8THE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN Ig MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 i Ig 4t uoioirn ItEVIEWII ofOf the PublIc School Cunrsc will he ht I g 0Ipreparetar I Studies in the coaLo I Ig 1 I 18Tuition for tho Ten Woolc JOO flLtrhullLt ion 100 I III n Board 2000 I grEntori on tho 29th 1 81WM H COUD Principa- l00000000OtOOt00000000000000000000000000000000000000 I il J ROSEDAVISOPRAOTIOALo BLACKSMITHS AND WACON MAKERS ITIA EL GREEN KENTUCKY =MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call land get our prices t Patronizeflume +t I IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE- i f employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in life specialty end your York Iin renpectfullv solicitedi4 aI iiA TIE REAT BJfSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL T SOUTH = CicGL kilt 44b nAad HUNIKM or euMurN NHMM m mmIJWHVI5f1ij4 J AhIICOHIf+ tar illfwwrlo tltltltttut rtal N I F iNE iOUTRY NtI lif 1 eGlMQfIIL Hf at 4 I THE HERALDA li i ly THKIKST ADVEJtTJWXO rIf J o 1 I t f fki0 r I r r et u + r + rv o r i t o 1 t IIr + V CHE HERALD BPBNCrcn COOPER Pa ll8be iW I A Jt AAZEtI OREEN a eta t RY1 j 1 nert r It eras born behind bars but It know It hal all wings And it felt God had meant tt for happier J1 thingsAnp of tlio Joys that It never htfa- V knownelOf fcttcrlcllnm over 1IV strewn r Or thS qreonof tho forest nnd gold of tho H whcntl x Of tho thrill In tho treebough touched by Its feetII Of Mho feel of a lilyloaf brushed by Its vbroast J rind tho splash of a raindrop caught on It Ml crept Tt pang of tho beauty thf rapture of flying Tho palpitant air to Its heartbeats reply np B 3J4ight over naught under savo limitless bdadthomusio of wing ntroken rhythinl e t anti true lUeang and men said thnt Its song wai good hut not one understood 1 i entrnppetrV In n snare Arid a tiny and a night held It prisoner W there AM a night and a day unbelieving ills t Jfc traught WUh linpo Hlblo fate for Its freedom IIt Ti fought 1Though It bled at the breast blindly bout r i Ing the bars A3 If strength of desire should force wayP III1 to the stars And men pitied and said UMvns rrto5ltlll IWhotl r wrong 7 Arid they flung wide the doors anti tho p bird tloHhlnx through Rwcpt away like t leaf in a jjdlofrorh their S view- Thentheotlier behind tho closed burro t Jttin fate Once again sung Its htart out Ita need co crt nW Of the broad and tho boundless In pas 1 nloniUo song It I f itlifes To bestow for a tiny or for one only hoar Tho lenvo to make proof of Its Godgiven power Ior one hour only to liont on free wings In the world where Its soul lived the world of best things i 3 tUnlinkedivnd hlghur S Till lost In attainment the world of clear visions 11110 rnensures ldgh nlllls RIIlI untrnm niulid decisionsJ The world God hud made It orSo Ita sorry rose laatntlrtumAtuulls thrilled with wild1 t woes Anti dollvloiiN complulnlngrt until tho last note llirontt song goodtrnot one understood Grace Donlo lltchllold In N Y lade pendant A DEED OF MERCY r Ill iMUimrr r tIllWhlal fdllheu AllKK Ienclope OWCIIK made up r her mind to do a thing it was as good IwIllS which she applied her resolution nnd to it happened that bticaUKc she was sit- tIng on the front porch of her pretty rosecovered cottage one hot OayfleUiiroly rocking and reading from uulgftuno time 1 lie and becauac so sitting Mio loolwdI up the street and sea advancing toward I her a great solid band of sheep a plan i Ini Tho mast of woolly bleating thin I camp 8veepjng onward past the pretty otTajjer sending clouds of California t dust over the cypress hedge upon the bcduof rennet verbenas and into 11i t 1cnelopon very faccj but Miss 1tiuelo i serer tutored Her soft eyes full of eon passion gazed out upon that patient p1o1 11Jt t liningro ui v iuiiircMj noel Lat luejt oC pain swept across tier face as tho poor things tried cagerJy to catch a mouthful of the fresh green grass which formed Miss Penelopes well kc TIIlorsebltcljs they hurried huddling their ileeey C dustbrown bucks together till It Bceme l ns though ono might walk across tin living toot liehuid tho great tto Itcacao thottsltalliceontpunlnlenttlekto wagon In Vlilch tho lame mitt exhausted sheep were carried by the herders nn n Ml1 lycneloiU lookedl ono lulI tacit niu1 tell row feebly and was plclanl up atulplaeedIn the wagon with tho othiV A ItYUeu tho last clout ot dust hail eet tied Nllsy 1 noloii suullcto petrel an odd lUtlc tll llet its rf queer illIgI tm lo do maybe butnVu no ones business but my own and if I choose todo mlR Flpnary work in trout of my uwn house instead of nwuy oil iin heathen lend 1mifointrto lojU sbliss 1cnclopo took the live oelo car into tho city and visited u certain I place 6l business on a mottling street lucid a half hours coiiferenco with the I proprietor looked over numerous silt It Jogucs talked prices and then took her departure Not tor homo however Td 1 an uptown office in u great block she yynext made her nyetthen as these alt I twilight w111 fgatherlng+ spught herI7 corner und waited for her car Mi e Penelopes life was lonely Sonl J i thing Iteenle41 aitt ttys lltelting to make tui complete Sue would not adnt ltv toh Mlt10rthe owner of that set olte mouth attdohintahil that tlrin I 1- htttllelacking a a ind pw lleul way could never eonfe th lib nuke h sfOMfert veiplete She was not rich 7 I- l Q l r- th S l UTlJ anly comfortably aixettasth o neighbors said lice father dying few years before had left her the neat little coltapfthd IhefruU ybhrr ge ninu It viuuii U 11111 e 1 npton bi t lthclolecrirulmJ For M ins Penelopel yirt nOllilttb It not ighborly althouglv there was always certain dignity lord reserve about her that forbade the apmoach of the too untilpril c6fllcuoi tiered why tins 4 WOllinn of 40wnK still un pfdnluiil Slfemuat havohad a dlwip polntment they wild though Miss Penh ope looljcd IeusG likely Of women to have hurl n rontnulcTgreaidrayjdrnwnbyfour nod pall d up at the little white gate under Miss Penelopes cypress arch jcslure nail to neglect the cooking of the noonday meals when Miss Penelopes blue Kiinbonnet having duly peered ore r catst tents withdrew iota till house nnd tl urea who hilt come whittt he dray begsfto lift and tup at the queer lung slot something In the uigoudOld Mrs Ureen peered through tl ILliuds of the next house and collect o1 excitedly Marlar come here th minute I do ovlievu Miss Penelope went and hnd her own collln made or a sarcophagus or sometliln rItntthe old ladys shoulijer said Pshaw mother taint no such thing hooks II heap aloes Ulti n rnliriiif trmifli l1illme H- ACnd kf f+ RO In Coarse or titnu It proved to licv MusiI like olio of her queer no lions said one lint itll be a blessin t purr dumb brutes just the same + said another and n third neighbor de clared that nothing on earth could1 tempt her tto hart n public watering trough put lip in front of her house The men within a mile around thought It was just the thing aiidbe gUll to wonder why they 1 lldllttnll1I jip a collection nod goti6netupinseJvsi long ago lint when In n few days a handsome Iron drinking fountain was brought out ban the ally lull 1 Mtj up nt one end of Ithe long stone trough niul ii bright I Mils chiilncdChereto people saidI ar11ell Miss Penelope doc beat all for doln diedsof mcrrylI sittinglon l her piIf as she watched the thirsty school children stopping on their way homo from school in the hot summer after noon I reallyrenldnt spare that 130 very +scll hut IIllIlI do without ttIlt now matting 1 was going to get amiI IIm going tQ iimbo over my best tier JH and pinch alum awhile to make up for iit and the dollar a mouth extra water tux wont he very much Anyhow Im jointr to enjoy it pllanreItt came through to see the thirsting ecU i tarts crowd mid push around the 1 low alone ftrough toll to the brim with clear jlll1tdhorslsI i the welcome draught And no less sat i slllphelclslift caughtrInnltsU n p ful after cupful ham the iron fountainI i AH this tilled Miss1 Penelopes queer soul with intense satisfaction Who thtthotlAhtmuch n deed of mercy as to send uunl- l1 i the heathen gsbtu morning lisp Penelope as was IlolrllIIlgglnglittle Lee carssnggiP xunJ lfIbletlc tho confused lowing of t hun 1retijj plunging und plodding cows minJ gled with the whistles and peculiar coolielits wide felt sombreros and pict uresque tvUkv rude teach side of t moving tunas of tossing horns and roughcoated bottles Miss Pciieldpe dropped her gnrd IorchItt upthetiltIn ment ofljurs Jinhe cVigeriieRKhud sat faction f I tho poorWrtnurcs acn I 1 with therullor uJanyiallcfbXcr f roads Vif ndor I As she sat thus locking out nc r c t IilmrJlgrow1pushed dpchytfb gate and ran up t walk Oh Miss Penelope she rrilirujt fchrllly let iuc dome where 01tiua ar I Ihiss4oekl r hiltt joukcd asjshe rt adled a hand down to the little girl and smiled reassuriug ThllJthej aeathrr bmltxrdcoyrhoy ejned Iroui his mustang aini helped hlinjself Ilo drjnk from thofountain 18he lId s1lug Ife heart the clOWXJrOrXW ry n I rteAstisgets itsItJ leakItof + l l InntlnttllyaftrrttllaveresntlAller tbctnfmoringruguiuartfl I l aBjJ blibndrrea1bncksnnIi swllchRTg tnllai I withnjijj v o d to he sJwboy nearest hint lVf t rt cllj h sail rode back to th 11- nnfvtt- 4 ii Nilset1iflelope stllullllS at tbc gate1 5viilithi child glanced up at him lie lifted his Sombrero nnd sprung from his saddle Beg pardon madam he j began I eoudcousbjbut hlUt to thnnlc you tot tbogreat priVilcgeUljhll ie cri joytrll rlts It rare thing 0tipiliforhia tb find h watering placrf along the rpadV Youre entirely welcome Im sure f responded Miss Penelope cordially his was nothing new Dozens of- y grateful passersby had paused to thank IIherj for providing such refreshment for man nnd beast and It was only n simple Inet of courtesy lii this particular cowj rLay to do the same So she wonderedsif rlittle why he did not take his depara lure now that his errand was done 1 Pcrhftps he enjoyed the shade of tllc its dlejlimbs foliage over l and into the stacetS1e11lly should he look at her sol Why idnt he go Oh whom did he look lieItsl csHi aught sight of n bong red scar ucrod jthe mans forehead for his head was I bared nail in another instant she fbunch herself leaning against the cypress J hedge quite weakly and feeling as though it must all b n dream Then she gathered herjsclf together and spak n qitlct voice which trembled little f 1 yi Iij irornee Horace Markhnm is it you Ior am I dreaming 1 v You are nbl dreaming Nellie the man replied as qulrtlyitI is 1lorad 4 t Markham and this is Nellie Owens come together ntlnRt in this strrtngeway Mist Penelope suddenly lost her hold upon herself and began to tryn soft jicryqiiB scabbing cry sell ntlrluurc I something brokenlyI + hirh the stranger neceptciTist an invitation to come in So lit tied the tired mustang to the ring In tho fig trees trunk and fnlloa c Miss Penelope Into tile house whilel the opVIn niltnL child went on her way schoolward stopping often to walk backward n tin steps andI wonder what slit had seen But old Mrs CJreeu behind hor win cow blinds ualicd excitedly to Maria i mil told tier ell about it Depend it Maria she quavered that of i maids got n history nod I know 1t and I haint n mite of doubt in my mind but what thats her beau come hutch Hut a cowboytoy sakes aliveI III It was the sane old story with which everybody is so familiar a lovers cjuari I nll hasty porting a hotheaded youth Hinging himself away from the quiet Now 1Kugland home out Into the world1 to be swallowed up in the yawning jaws of the wide wide west n girl left to rat her heart out In proud unspol sorrow and refuse her various suitors because she had no love to give them olleiAnd he want just a cowboy after ells says old Mrs Clrcen as slut cackles forth the romantic story of her next coor neighbor for he owned all them cattle and was just npassin through to leak after cm And hrs worth con nldable they say got n big stock ranch up north soil Miss Penelopes rented her house for six months and wrnt up thore with him till he gets things In shape to leave em and come 11down here to live She says she aint never goln to leave that there drinkin fountain mid waterin trough nod I dont knows I blame her when It urc- p iy was the means of brlngln her n lius thbaud Oh yes shed married He came agltneh in n day or two lookin ns slick ns J byKlderngojI hope that manll make her happy for site Is n good khld hearted woman and I cull that queer freak of hers settln up that watcrin trough hi front of her hOIlllI regular deed of hrmercyUnion Signal Progress In India transeha lotuseating agricultural Innd living the historic post to a country where leadothoseJwhusoftlIlSIUli1i dhip t JOse ot Cth 11nt1 atcIorsThotiiuidiittch t a 0 t India aidCcf1tli whose names even were unknown but n lieshort tines ego lure now being rapidly colfcciiqfilcvp eatjllAtlltegln ihfigttidild jui mv iuwcn u t tC enst something tho yAnuvIralregions where people lofjjj lilereut tongue1 often in their gttitr countries jliostlle to ouch other are thrown to gether for the nest tuna and nru liar mouized by n community of interests and finally welded Into one rage speak one language Chicago News nilA Alnlne Itlvnlry Theres rivalry between the clam dig and the apple raisers iiistints of tllV Maine coast towns to see who shall havs SquC11Kriipti KtitintlrlrH The Krupp gun foiimlrle4 at Kssen pcrsonll1 jrJ readIthat John 1 lJreldor Mlshlcbtt Wls1 1greWl 173 bushpls fdI Salzerrfl Silver ping Barley per nero in 1SUO Dont you believe ItV Just write hint You see Snl ers seeds are bred up to hil yields Arid Oats 230 bushels corn 2CO I Wheat GU bushels Potatoes 1000 bush els Grasses C trots per acre otc etc J1000 KOn 10 C10NTS JUST SKND Tuts NoTici AND 10 CENTS stamps to John A Salxcr Seed Co La Crosse Wis nail pct 1f term seed sam pies worth jut to got a start Iq VlllowohseCtcI I 1 theditorofexcitedIvCclnlni8Up1lcIIcntlN JjSlUOjbe pleased to learli that there is at least sue dreaded isease Unit science has been able to cure tin lall its htugos and that iis Catarrh Hulls Catarrh Cure is the 1111101lItlC cure Catll1lhLdlilconstitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure in taken internally acting directly upon the hlood lord muctai surfuccs of tit MHiiin thereby distioyiilg llic fuundationI of the diseasei andi l giving the iiuticiitl strength by building uti the constitution andt nssisitiii nature in 10inlIIIWotk The proprietoiH havo no notch faith in its rata HundredDollarsSend for lint ot tentinioniuls I 1 0AsHulls Family Pills ore the best Mrs Crimsonheiikl us her IIItNhnndrnmc in late at nilhthnt does the clodU nay John Mr Crimsonbcak with din lult I Nothinjr madam notliitik Ilngnl seast enough to say upthingYonkers States roan ComfoH- No smoke dust or iinders on Queen nndi Crescent Bottle limited trains south lock 0111cleer Fast tune curd the short lute from Cin atluatiSheDoes the bnbv take after its moth talldi etYuuhUrs Statesman Sit=IoItutr fur bItty CfiitK Over lOODOOruiTl 11hynotlclNololin tobuecutmlnhnndCorrIt takes n higher degree of courage to lhe uiKhcd at than it does to be shot at Hams Ilhorn Easy to have rheumatism lust as cos to get rid ol it with St Jacobs VIIII The meta who ndw n hobby iody else is making any i Horn hCaUiIIl1U1jiIii pninsSLI Too nlucbt10htlti9 ig as monotonous at too ouch a iclcdulasltchisun ilolc= antnaon o + tr weaken or S1ielOc i People IhollJht to have better tllltll they IHCtdlillon Glubc HIIt1III Frootbiten are like burns and Scalds AIII are cured by at Jacobs OilI i A telephono At a business oflicc is not to jocinl inp wigis Alchison Cilohc l Best1Results prove tho greatest root It For a forlrecord ot cured 0t ell blood dlacusus p- rovesHoods II- a SarsaparlII amood Ono Purlllcr Tru C I Hood Co Lowell Mass 11UOU nnlOJrallY tItctt 5 conts tlil tM6Si1B 9 Htt FOR 14 CENTS 1we tiifl wish to pin 60 GOO ploatwl curlou ereln111TanUhtncuoTcr 1 1ki ISltmark Cucumber I5c I1 I kg Round Globo Beet iOr t K rlle t Carrot loe I KaliHT Vllhelm Lettuce it I Karllrtit Melon ION 1I QUntYrllowOnton Uc- ut llUay Itadlth lii 3I Brilllant Flower Seeds lie Uortk 6100 for U etaU AboTo 10 pkpn worth e160 wo will mall you free together with our Trent plant end feed catalogue upon ncolnt ot tide notice And Us pot age How can wo do III Because yoneonntry Saterlctd7uulInovcr I KIt 1 SOUTHERN HOMES IN TEXASsl In the celebrated Const Country Chap and on rtIojtonnliln term friilt vecrtalila and Held planar ISrout tirttdiirtlun Hired murkil Dlviinlllctl proii Truvrl via Frlxo Jlne Irnm eloerutNeun4 IllnturngUltrnrllieulapeouun i COMPANYflOa totj 6iTfSMOKE MEAT WITH KR USES- YDUR S LIQUID EXTRJiCTrtSMDKe CIRCULAR E KRflUSER BRO MILTON PA LIVE ST06K GUTS WH will furnish duplicates of llVE STOCK CUTS or any OTHER CUT shown In any SPECIMEN J BOOK at or below quoted priers for stmc COc y A buw u IhnndouuIC ilitruttltk erHui f MlllKVHKl h 11j 1 FRE E aatlI toe oi jH rlunitcs tif fyou iv L Ir1 anil farm irnu i Iono fiirin owners Mulled without rlmrr IIiiai i licuioti to I S KvsTisCjcncril IassiAsp It C II c ttIL CliiiMco flu OK prr 100 cnllfclliu JfJ per 1000 for j CJ niHiOMitnl nililrrvtix yu JrHmtitiK rlrnUnUIKI iniiic Soloct irrritnryntonceniirt MH 111 iOMKfiriiutlt j rueIlobeII n AU QY IIISmU Ih sr1lL ulrkrrliNraulen a rt dalI6 ILQiiiDit Forrennhlrlurnnu b tIPtFli mis ItIi yucatan it iis perfection 1II 1 A V KK 1047 jIVIIKX ttltllIa Ill AIHlmTIII YLftwl 1etitpuprr uun nuw the Ailvirltrvmeiil In hilt =PICKED UPON BROADWAY A True Incident A woman picked up in the street in an unennsciouseon dition and hurried to the nearest hospital On examination her body was found to morphineThis T iil1 position in n large publishing house in New York Ilenccalth began to fail In stead of taking rest nod medical treat anent she resorted to the stimulus of V morphinelho hospital physicians cllseov ercd that her jirimary trouble was y an affection of the womb which could readily have been cured In rrnT the first stages All Ifi when she had felt those se i yore pains in the back the terrible r i ofiVj fullness soreness and pain in the i j Lydiaylpound it would hare dissolved and passed off that polypus in the womb and today she would have been a well woman sitting in her ol1llel themselvesYStlnlgO tllnt wonum JlliI thI InnV so highly educated and so well placed should havo de++ cureTherowithouthelpisLynngot a bottle of rIn E in drugstoreencourage youMRS UKHTIIA LKIIIIMAX writertoforwhatlJucJmehuontl8itleneholeucolrlH trouhlesuDoctors tailed to do me nn ood I EPlnldnmsQ onepackageskadllyforvearsI thank you for the good health I run enjoyiug my Again WE HAYENO AGENTS thecontutucrwboHMie prllnl tavlng fiom the deaUn pro wbtretor Svbetireaa1e AVthine warrantedtat sit or 01r i- rslairaaa s aei iliotlona M tow d RamaBurq + Mnrrullrsueyt m ValnnIlfo Yleda I ftll4Iecetl ir4 tie y wr r0 w x riurr Beoy ILiliYJ11iT oa r i v J PRODIGALS RETURN The Ring of tho Almightys Forgiveness on Every Hand a arpe From d T srJUttobr Across 8ea mind lu OariU Are tlip Redeemed of Earth Dr Talinage Sermon i I Dr Talmages tcxtSunday was Luke xv i8 Bring hither the fatted calf s 1add kill It lu all ages of the world It haa been i custointiry to celebrate joyful events l by festivity The signing of treaties the proclamation of peace the inaugu ration of presidents the coronation of kings the Christmas the marriage However much on other days of the year our table may have stinted lIupplyon1hanksglving day there must be something bounteous And all the com fortnble homes of Christendom have nt some time celebrated 1ovf ul events by bampietund festivity Something has I happened on the old homestead great 1 1erthau anything that has ever hap- s peucd before A favorite son whom the world supposed would become a i gottt i returnediI to his fathers house The world said he never would como back The old man always said his son would come beck He had been looking for him day after day and year after year He knew he would come back Now having returned to his fathers house the father proclaims celebration There is in the paddock a calf that has been kept up and fed to ut most capacity so us to bo ready for some occasion of joy that might come along Ah there never would bo a grander day on the old homestead than this duy Let the butchers do their work and the housekeepers bring in to the table the smoking meat The musicians will take their places and the gay groups will move up and down th floor All the friends and neighbor are gathered in and an extrasup ply is sent out to the table of the servants The father presides at the table and says grace and thanks God that his longabsent boy is homo again Ohi- hOw I they missed him how glad they are to have him back One brother stands pouting at the hack door and says This is a great ado about nothing this bady boy should have been chastised instead of greeted veal is top gouts for ihiml J But the father says Nothing Is too good nothing Ili good enough There sits the young man glad at the hearty reception but a shaddw of sorrow tilt ted across hb brow at the remembrance of the trouble he had seen All ready now Let the covers lift Music He was dead and he is alive again He was lost and is found By such bold imagery docs the Bible set forth the merrymaking when a soul comes home to Uod Firstof all there is the new converts toy It is no tame thing to become a Christian The most tremendous mo ment in a mans life is when he sur senders himself to God The grandest time on the fathers homestead is when tie boy comes back Among the great throng who in the parlors of our church professed Christ one night was a youug man who next morning rang my doorbell and said Sir I can pot contain myself with the joy I feel 1 came here this morning to express it I have found more Joy in fiver minutes in serving God than in all the years of my prodigality and I came to say so You have seen perhaps n man running for his+ temporal liberty nnd the ofliccraof the law after him and you saw him escape or afterward you hear the luige had pardoned him and how great was the glee of that rescued man lbut it is a very tame thing that comparedwith the running for ones everlasting life the terrors of the law pardonYoutremember John Biinyan in his great story tells how tlio pilgrim put cryingUfedriver some time ago after years haying had to struggle to support his fam fly suddenly was informed tbat a large inheritance was his and there bewildermentbutwith the experience of one when he has put in hiahands the title deed to the joys the raptures the splendors yIts ples arc mine its songs are mine its God is minel Oh it is no tame thing to become a Christian It is a merrymaking It is the killing of the fatted calf Jt is a jubilee You know the Bible never compares it to a funeral somethingdelighUul pared to a banquet than anything else It is compared in the Bible to water bright flashing water to the morning roseate reworked mountain transfigurel morning 1 wish I could today take all the Bible expressions about pardon and poace and life and comfort and hope and Heaven and twist them Into one garland and put it on the brow of the humbles child pf Gpd in this assemblage and- Y5 Wearlt wpar it note wear it forever Ioriof God daughter of the I Lord vseonvettOh I Oh the Joy of gladncssoftheQa1UaDIseuici someji e a i1p sffellllQt1 J smblygit upandcgive hb experience q Xi 3iI afj161 t Ai a 3Miul Ry t 1 Jz ostveevcae Wlf Iii r r rry v IfWoU Paul gave his experience He jcKareVesJjheaven d myexperiencerejoicing poor yet making nothingyetthe people iu this house lcnpjho Joaofthe Christian religion they would all pas over into the klnJCdomof dthJ lagndeman ant said Rave you much ipaln gh be replied since I found the Lord I have never found any painox cept sin Then they said2td him f Would you like to send a message toi your friendsuYes I would tell ofilUSmy totcrystopLordChristian religion lust puss over from inBulgingraptures of the gospel The world can not satisfy you you have found that out Alexander longing for worlds to conquer and yet drowned in his own bottle Byron whipped by disquietudes around the world Voltaire cursing his own soul while the streets of Paris were applauding him Henry VIII poorThomasof the fact that this world i happyThepommel of the saddle on which Queen Elizabeth rode shouted in the street God save the Queen One moment the world applauds and the next mo went the world anathematizes OhII come over into this greater joy this sublime solace this niagnificicut beati tude The night after the battle of Shiloh and there were thousands of wounded ou thu field and the ambul ances had not come one Christian sol dier lying there adying under the starlight began to sing There Is stand of puro delight And when ho came to the next lino there were scores of voices singing Whore ulnts Immortal reign The song was caught up all through the fields among the wounded until it was said there were at Ieast10o6o wounded men uniting their voices as they came to the verse A There everlasting spring abides And novarwltuarlng flowers l S TIs but a narrow stream divides This heavenly land from ours Oh it is a great religion to live by and a great religion to die by There is onlyone heart throb between you and that religion Just look into the face of your pardoning God and aur render yourself for time nnd for eternity and Ho is yours and Heaven la yours and all is yours Some of you like the young man of the text have gone far astray I know not the his tort but you know it you know it When a young man went forth into life the legend says his guardian an gel went forth with him and getting him into a field the guardian angel swept a circle clear around where the young man stood It was a circle of virtue and honor and he must not step beyond that circle Armed foes came down but were obliged to halt 4 t the circle They could not pass nut one day a temptress with die monded hand stretched forth and crossed that circle with the hand and the tempted soul took it and by that one fell grip was brought beyond the circle and died Some of yon have stepped beyond that circle Would you not like this day by the grace of God to step back This I say to you iis your hour of salvation There was In the closing hours of Queen Anne what is called the clock scene Flat down on the pillow- in helpless sickness she could riot move tier head or move her hand She was waiting for the hour when the ministers of state should gather in angry contest and worried and worn out by the coming hour and In momentary absence of the nurse In tho power tho strango power which delirium sometimes gives one she arose ana stood in front of the clock and stoat there watching the clock when the nurse returned The nurse said Do you see anything peculiar about that clock She made no answer but soon died There Is a clock scene in every history If some of you would rise from the bed of leth argy and como out from your delirium of sin and look on tho clock of your destiny this moment you would see and hear something you hjiYeihpt seen or heard before and every tick of the minute and every strokowof the hour and every awing of the pendulum would say vow p0W now nowii Oh como home oySar Fathers bouM tlderneafJBut r notice that when the prodigal came there was the fathors joy He did not greet him with any formal How do you do lie did not come out and say You are unfit to enter go and wash In tho trough by the well and then you can come Inj wo have had enough trouble with you Ah not When the proprietor of that estate proclaimed festival it was an outburst of a fathers love and a fathers joy God Is your father I have not mtich sympathy with the de scription of God I sometimes he ri as though he wasa TurktshsulUn harcl and unsympathetic and listen ing not to tho cry of his subJc yA man told me he savvtn one of the tsFI ern lands a king riding along and ttwp men were tn altercation and j IOI I J 111 t IJI e I one charged the other with having I eaten his ride and the king said I Then slay the man and by post II mortem examination find whether he has eaten the rice And he was slain I Alit the crnuly qf a scene like that t despotbutagainwhenno pleasure He says in the death of him that dleth AU may be saved If a man does not got to Heaven it is because ho will not go therd No t difference the color no difference the history no difference tho antecedents no difference the surroundings no difference the sin When tho white horses of Christs victory arc brought out to celebrate tho eternal trio umph you may ride one of them and as God is greater than all Ills joy is greater and when a soul comes back there Is in his heart the surging of an infinite ocean of gladness mind to express that gladness it takes all tho riv pompfandjoy deeper than all depth and higher ithan all height and wider than all width and vaster than all immensity- It overtops it undergirds it outweighs all the united splendor and joy of tho universe and who can toll what Gods joy is You remember reading the story of a king who on some great day of festivity scattered silver and gold among the people who sent valuable presents to his courtiers but mcthiuks when a soul comes back God is so glad that to express Allis joy lIe illngH out new worlds Into space and kindles up new suns and rolls among tho whit robed anthems of the redeemed a greater hallelujah while with a voice that roververates among the mountains of frankincense and is echoed buck from tho uverlast ling gates He cries This my sou was dead and he is alive again At the opening of tho exposition In New Orleans I saw a Mexican flutist and ho played the solo and then after ward the eight or ten bands of music accompanied by the great organ carne in but the sound of that one flute as compared with all the orchestras was greater than all the combined joy of tho universe when compared with tho resounding heart of Almighty God For ten years a father went three times a day to the depot Isis son went off in aggravating circumstances but the father said lie will como back Th strain was too much and his mind parted and three times a day the father went In the early morning he watched the train its arrival tho stop ping out of the passengers and then the departure of the train At noon he was there again watching tho ad vance of the train watching tho departure At night ho was there again watching tho coming watching the going for 10 years He was sure his son would come back God has bee watching and waiting for some of you my brothers 10 years 20 years 30 years 40 years perhaps 50 years waiting waiting watching watching and if now the prodigal should come home what a scene of gladness and festivity and how the great Fathers heart wouldrejoice at your corning home You will camel some of you will you not You will you will- I notice also that when a prodigal comes home there is tho joy of minis ters of religion Oh it is a grand thing to preach this GospeL I know there has been a great deal said about the trials and the hardships of the Christian ministry I wish somebody would write a good rousing book about the joysof the Christian minis try Since entered the profession I have seen more of thu goodness of God than I will be able to celebrate in allfi eternity I know somo boast about their equilibrium and they do no break down with emotion but I con fess to you plainly that when 1 see man coming to pod and tfivingup hi sin I feel in body mi ml and soul aj transport When Iaeo a man bound handand foot in evil habits cmancijj pat d I rejoin ovcri titaev though IP were my own emancipation t When in one communion 4ervic ei such thirongsgfdyoung and old tdo up and in thepresenceof Hen von nud earth ancThcll attested their allegiance to Jesus Christ I fetus joy something akin to that which the Apostle de1 scribes when he says Whether in the body I can not tell or out of thea body I can not tell God knoweth Oh have not ministers a right to rc jolce when a prodigal comes home They blow the trumpet and ough- they not to bo glad of the gathering ofi tho host xTfhey pointed to the full supply and ought they not to rejoice when thirsty11 souls plunge as the hart for the Vater bropks They came forth saying Alll things are now ready ought theyno t to rpjolce when tho prodigal sllsBow- at the banquet Life Insurance men will tell you that ministers of religion as a class live longer than any other It tst the statistics of all those who cal culate upon human longevity that ministers pf religion ss a class liv longer than any other Why U itVi Thorn Is more draft upon the nervousI system than in any other prpfesj sion and their toil is most exhaust ing 1 have seen ministers kept onI miserable stipends by parsimonious congregations who wondered at theI dullness of tho sermon when the mono God were perplexed almost to death byquestions of livelihood and hadinot enough nutritious foodtq keep any firo in theirv tcmjveratnenl No faql no fire 1 have sometimes seen tholnsldo0- i I of thftllfe of maay ofith i Axter to 11 jI M 1r oMt 1 4ttJ ei Rli1d lM di 1- avi clergymen never acceptiag1 their bOIl Vitality because they can not afford ltt but 1 have span them struggle on with salaries of five or six hundred dol lara a year the average less thaa that their struggle well depicted by the western missionary who say In a letter Thank you for the last rep mittance until it came we had not any meat in our house for one year and all last winter although it waa a severe winter our children wore their summer clothes And those men tit God I find in different parts of the land struggling against annoyance and exasperations innumerable some of them week after week entertaining agents who have maps or lightning rods to sell and submitting themselves to all styles of annoyance and yet without complaint and cheerful rt soul How do you account for tho fact that these life insurance men tell us that ministers as a class live longer than any other It is because of the joy of their work tho joy of tho harvest field the joy of greet Ing prodigals home to their leathers house Oh we are in sympathy with- all innocent hilarities Wo can enjoy a hearty song and wo can be merry with tho merriest but those of us who have toiled in the service are ready to testify that all these joys are tame compared with tho satisfaction of ace ing men enter tho Kingdom of Red The great eras of every ministry are the outpourings of tho Holy Ghost and I thank God I have seen 10 of them Thank God thank God I notice also when the prodigal comes back all earnest Christians joice If you stood on Mqntauk Point and there was a hurricane at sea nnd it was blowing toward the shore and a vessel crashed into the rocks rind you saw people get aahoro in the life boats and the very last man got onjthi rocks in safety you could not control your joy And it is a glad time when the Church of God aces men who are tossed on tho ocean of their sins plant their feet on the rock Jesus Christ Oh when prodigals como home just hear the Christians sing Just hoar the Christians pray It is not stereotyped supplication we have heard over and over again for 20 years but a putting of tho case in the hands of God with an Importunate pleading No long prayers Mon nev er pray at great length unless they have nothing to say and their hearts faethe Bible that were answered were short prayers God be merciful tome a sinner Lord that I may receive my sight Lord save me or 1 perish INTERESTING ITEMS THE new bride always has a wary suspicious expression on her face when her husband introduces her to a young henwas married Tint Newark N J public library has refused to permit the New York Journal and World to bo taken into its building They have boon removed from tho reading rooms of the library PHYSICIANS aro advocating the use of pure olive oil which comes from California for weak lungs It bids fair to take the place of cod liver oil and it Is though by man tleaa nter to take V i FOR checking or unchccklng a horsa a recently patented device has a strap attached to tire rein running through a ring in the check hook to pull the check back and fasten it or release it when fastened THOMAS Mounts addressing the Stratfordshirc Eng iron and steel managers mentioned having in hit possession drawn wire worth 132 a tontHairspring wire Is worth 400000 pet bya82Eaof all is ordinary cheap ore A saw club known as the Now Yorll Mycological club has recently been formed The objects are to bring too gcthcr all those in any way interested mushdrooms tO ious and poisonous kinds which may be mistaken for them to collect and disseminate all valuable information concerning them and to arouse a wider appreciation of a cheap and abundant food supply which in this country it is urged is quite neglected SKNATOII Tiuu1 EIISWOUTU who ofta bill in tho Now York legislature which prohibits or seeks id prohibit the publication of any portrait or ai l Ked portrait of any person in any newspaper periodical magazine or book without the written consent of the person whoso portrait it Is al hrnn posed for each violation of the bill Senator Ellsworth admits that the bill Is aimed at cartoons In the newspapers TUB pope Is allowed for hU personal wants about 8100000 annually A foroother dignitaries of the Vatican The cardinals receive 8140000 Other expenses are For poor diocese ISO 000 secretary of state 300000 em ployes nail ablcgates 300000 support adsministration of the Vatican 300000 The total expenditures for all puppsei amQuntyearly pore than f1400010 The income lel received from many sources Strange to say Italy con tributes the smallest part of the rev onue The U 1tedStates Sfud aswag vsstaI 4 f 11IJI i iN ou1 u T a iL A LlTL NONSENSE Her turn Now Duer that ljetf tyiMiwr tlr mit fim ployer D rIhe grew tired ef inp dictated te1 Brdbklyp Life 1 Countess Jfy doctor hall not or tiered mo to go to Nice this hinter Biit fIHtWfJll lent showcrj wroto to a friend In the foUowingVortfii Tho raindrops were ti IXtresifelylarge varying in alzo from a shilling to 18licHcc =Tit Bits 11 dont know what to do said the woman whoso iiitturo la distrustful hl hate to IM Imposed upon noW urn Ito know that you are really hungry hlbktdienntwajch me eat Washington Star aAslcr to Fishor who is returning emptyhanded fromafisltingtripwith- u dog at his tieelsWhat do you call your dog Fisher Fish Asker Why thats a funny mime tot a dog What made you give it to him Fish er Because he wont bUcI1t1JUII I Reporter Do you know what they aw saying about you over In the Nine teenth ward Professional Politician No What is lVI ileporter They say you wont stay bought Profcs biomil Politician oil his guurdItsa- n infernal llcl Chicago Record Whatever became of Blgtuwlk Did he ever make any progress in his profes sion 1 Well 1 should nay so He be gnu as n circulation swearer wits pro+ muted to a Cuban war correspondentsloa a New York paper und now lies the assistant weather clerk Cincinnati Commercial Tribune RUSSIAN RESTAURANTS The UlNlivH They Serve A Ga tro- iioiulu 1 Luxury One of tho most fashionable rcstau rants in Moscow Is the Hermitage and another is tho Moskoyski Truktlr or Grand Hotel de Moscow near the entrance of the Ixhitagorod At bout of these It is much the custom to begin dinner at the table itself with two i or three commanded dishes of tho x zatuskn A tablespoonful of the shin lug appetizing caviar with a slice of lemon and a corner twisted from the m hot knlatsch accompanied by a radish and an olive or perhaps a pickled plum with the inevitable little glass leads s to the cold plates and sauces for the Muskovlte chef serves his fish lup1the middle not the beginning of till re past Among dishes of game thegoll notto is noticeable the Kusstan ryn behik but this bird is more Welcome in the disguise of an orkrochka than cooked whole In n mayonnaise also the ryabchlk Is highly popular Thin gelhiotte or double snipe tins been very truly described nil a bird partaking knodk flavor In which it resembles the caper cailzie of turpentine Such n peculi rarity Is no doubt due to Its habit of feeding upon the tender topmost shoots of the fir tree Time Russian peasants have legends about every bird and beast mud they say that the gallnotte bad once the finest breast of oil birds butt vexed its Creator who took this away and gave It to the ryper There Is a prep oration of mutton styled eellnairliktwhich might bewoath import ing hither utul beef is curiously metamorphosed from its British forms Into the zrazl the shtoffadc and the nu tatarsk Kidneys potchkl with truilles may mpg pour along with omelett s and crotes the coq mingled with sweiitbreads In u ragout or pojarski do poulnrdc aux legumes a plate named after th6 libra t who delivered Holy lltissla from the tyrannies of Poland The zarkoc or roasts will include tel uttll I c veal nod turkey which Is called Indyk the I duck ootku the cock of wood tetcrev as well as when in season time quail pervpel the dvoper mind the teal clierok The dish par excellence however pi the Itusslan bill of fare is certainly sterlet which whether named en an ncau a In Iluss or matte inform oolta or blended with slices of sturgeon Inn solyunka must be recognized as a notable discovery for till travelers The r Jterlet Is a gelatinous semisturgeOnlIke fish but much uninllcr thiiil fire star goon having n long ugly nose nUll no bones but very nice as a matvlotto when however a single portion will i cost the guest at least 2I rubles A tolyanka des sterlets is charged threefrubles the portion while the finest fried sturgeon iIs not mare than a third of that price This specialty of the Volga river is past all question a great gas tronomic luxury the white dissolv lug nutritious flesh has nil tho deli racy of the trout all the Crispness of time turbot all tho digestibility of the sole united In a manner to make many i foreign sca and stream jealous with very good cause of the cold and turbid Volga The pleasant hot dinner cakes already spoken of as kalatsch should bo eaten along with sterlet London Telegraph There Were Others fIr cannot longer curb the tumult ot my yearning heart he protested lie mine apesShe bestowed a freezing look him r J Get buck Intqihe line and wait yoiit k urn otid paid serplyl The waWbf IklcpiMichlgiiacHaxi f luross froal Sty Jo and beat the slwts buvptherVf tHJ hlMgu b ft every thjlift DRtrolfrJattrstaht jS ai J It4 j t M k K f 1 1 i ticaw e l n- r j t 4 V r- f r II No CripeWhen rra take Moods Pills The big old iut toned TOgnrcoated pills which tear you all tol ptoee are ROt to It with Hoods Easy to takeI Hoodsof Hoods Pills which arc up to data In every respect Safe certain and sure All Pillsi druggists Me C h IIoou ft Co Lowell r The only Tills to take with Hoods lrAssl Jr STATE SITTINGS itr rThe spring races of the Lexington asso 3 elation will begin May 3 and continue one week r rrtewl8 Collins of Qrccnup county got ono year in the penitentiary for adminis horseyfr Six men one of them nn exconvictI wore arrested and placed in Webster 4countyjail last week charged with white r capping ift Mrs Stephen D Parish of Richmond ShoIjIj At the Mnllio Lung declamatory con Cr lest recently Miss Anna Campbell of r Cynthiana won the prlze11 handsome 1 1dlamundSteinbeck ring of WickllfTe Italian1 has n cult about three month 1 old that has three horns two ears three eyes and threo nostrils all perfect F f Leo Rudolph of Pike county who Jonetllt a couple ot weeks ago is dead Tho t griefIit G Judy Ann Johnsons relatives locked her up In n cabin in Ituckcrvllle Clark c county and while they were out visitingi Mio burned to death Slio was about 80 years old- While working the roads near Scbrce Webster aniin which Burton was fatally shot Steven- left for parts unknown Three young boys ran away from thei homes in Lexington intending to to KCaliforniaand there asked the officers to furnish them transportation back home The Qarrard fiscal court in session last week made n reduction of 121 cent 1 in tho county levy placing It at 15 cents1 After allowing claims of over 16000 the county was found to ho out of debt t tI I Tho outlook for wheat throughout Cell tral Kentucky iis hotter than it has heentt for several years There is n largo acre 1 ngo The crop has stood well and every thing indicates a bountiful harvest While repairing a leak in the famous ii Blue Lick spring workmen unearthed i the skeleton of a mastodon Tho bones I were of immense size and weight Ono quarterIpounds Ii Tho Stanford city council Imposed a I license of 120 a year on all fire insurance agents doing business in tho city and tho Insurance companies returned the com l plimont by raising the rate for tho town 10 per cents John Ogden a prominent tobacco man was waylaid and robbed I about six otmiles from Mayfield by two strangersi while en route to his homo in Carlisle county Ills arm was badly cut and his head bruised Ho may die I A body snatcher was caught at his 4 nefarious work in Whitley county but escaped arrest The fiend had cut tho r flesh from a cadaver only recently into red Rod the wife of the dead man it IlaI f said discovered the grave robber F AIFour miscreants with blackened fuc 1 nUll otherwise disguised took n reaped j able widow from her house at Dublin j I and paddled her with barrel staves Her son who tried to defend his mother wt aeat s knocked insensible by one of the fiends Rival teams of the Y M 0 Aatt MaysvHle bad a contest as to whit I would secure tho greatest membership II- a in liven time At tho clwe it was foundI tkatlhs Reds led by Mayor W H Cx had wee having enrolled 103 new Members i L= Theold frame hsuw built in 178010I Fayttt cau tYJItMbeeD tern dewn 7 WM k tkk MUM that the first Methodist eefftce eyef held In Keatucky w d iMHUiitiJi Inane boWIt Ii theMI 1 i fMs MttM WcftUM ft PIH by that 16 J r z a iPat Cunningham of Drakesboro MUD llenburg county met with an accident which resulted in his death Mr Cun ningham was one of the tenants on Joe Hadens farm and was driving a log I wagon through tho farm when he ran ngainittanold tree which broke oil and I causingloath theibottom of the box gave way and about 20000 in silver fell to the street The silver which had been done up in rolls burst from the papers holding it and scattered in every direction but was all recovered The lawless gang of men wire have been destroying the toll salsa in Bath county have notified the proprietors of the Sherburne roller mills that they must not sell flour for more than tlfper barrel They have also threatened- to burn the largo bridge over Licking I river at Sherburne This bridge was built by Fleming and Bath counties at an enormous coat to the taxpayers of the two counties Few of us live past eighty years with only twenty birthdays One of these few IH J Wallace Harper of Midway Mr Harper is now in his eightysecond year being born ou the 29th day of Feb ruary 181C His next birthday will IKS In 1004 He was born on the form of his grandfather Joseph Harper which was bought in 1790 for three shillings nn acre tho house ho built upon it still stands and belongs to Mrs Otrslcy Ho jIii still rural in his tastes and is very do mcstlcally inclined as he spins weaves knits and sews making his clothing and quilts Louisville Post Pacts and Fiction for 1097IIFor 1897 arrangements have been made by which tho renders of Facts and Iic flan are promised an overflow of gO 11I yothingsexperience suggests improvement The publication will continuo to be printed on u superior quality of paper and the illustrations will bo principally halftone copperplates the costliest pro toss now in UIICtlThe series of frontispiece portraits of mulswill be followed by a series of each of of artists illustrators editors and publish of irortraitrof great Interest to the general render A fashion page will be among the new features This will bo so edited as to be practical and money saving fogcanary on events of national and worldwide interest will appear as subject mat flt tcr presents itsejf In these the aim will be to give n m ro analytical survey of too subject than is found in tho daily = press Tho regular departments of the past will bo continued and the publisher hopes that nil tenders in the near future will feel like referring to Facts and Fiction in the language of a contcmpo rary when it called the publication That sprightly western monthly and to en dorsa the sentiment of tho Chicago Daily News when it said A magazine that Iis full of interest and value is Facts and Fiction Condensed learning is easy to take when presented In such attractive guise Published at 356 Dearborn street Chicago by the Dominion company Pert Ethel Dispatches from Jackson state that Wednesday of last week was a day of much in Jackson tho county sent of Brcathitt county ou account of tho presence of Capt Bill Strong and Ed Callahan and leaders of rival factions Each of these men had about 25 heavily armed followers and many expected ataany moment e They came to Jackson because peace againstes bettaro County Judge C B Day Tho loaders of the rival factions met in Judge Days office each accompanied by tow friends Upon being asked by Judge Day what he had against Callahan personally Captain Strong replied t Not bathing Upon Callahan being asked what he bad against Strong he replied Noticing Judge Day then asked them to shake hands which they did and both of tho armed squads left town at nightfall swearing eternal peace ItThree men hero been killed as the re suit et this feud in the vicinity of countysstiuriBf the pant few sawiths and more- troubleI IWM expected RMliClu tpcIlrtlQll J HOW TO FIND OUT I Tills bottle or common glass with urine I And let it stand tventy four hours Riled iIment or settling Indicates n diseased condition of the kidneys When j urineI stains linen it Is positive evidence of I ney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back in also cnn wincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order WHAT TO 10 There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Rout the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the bock kidneys liver bladder and every part of 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