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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 9 h nl1 I r y11 h ti j It l TITlE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Established March 4 1885 Made Famous id the Story of Jonathan and hiss Continent by Max OBell r PCNCER COOPER Ownor and Editor Ot s KellY World With Kerr All Mntloai Lambtlug at BU Sack M 101 A YEAR Always In Advance Jii THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 20 1897 NUMBERS U fifIIEY PRAY FOR RELIEF flew iMBriirttloft Laws Reform In Pi ticM and ApprepriaUou For pmMio Works Asked For The following memorial was presented to the president nnd the members of the cabinet by the executive council of the federationi WASHINGTON April 20 1897 To the President Cabinet and Con gress of the United States of America Gentlemen Multitudes of our working peopleAmericas citizensat this hour are suffering humiliating poverty and countless privations and look to you for speedy relief Last fall they were prom bed helpful legislation and they expect it from you without unnecessary delay In no party spirit we appeal to you to heed their wants and to promptly meet this nnparallcd situation in the true spirit of American patriotism With industry half paralyzed trade stagnant values depressed nnd shrunken with enterprise stifled and the productive power of labor palsied with our commerce listless on the seas and our im mense resources blighted we bid you baste the return of better times to inspire confidence and bring cheer and comfort to the homes of the millions of itizens who now seek work and wages in vain In the name of the producers in shop and factory in mill and mine in the fields and on our lakes and seas in behalf of the toilers out of work andof those underpaid we urge on you the necessity of legislative relief The des titution among the honest proud and Industrious people of our land though half hidden is ever increasing and be coming more and more appalling The hopes they had are fast turning to gloomy r despairInvention machinery the subdivi lion of labor nnd the countless labor dispensing appliances to cheapen produc tion even in the best of times disturb permanency of employment tend to reduce wages and intensify competition in aearl every field of labor Added to this the unrestricted flow of immigration from abroad the organization of trusts the centralization and concentration of capital in the manifold industries all make the existence of the workingmen more hard and precarious These chang log conditions unknown in our forefa theca times must be met not by prum lees broken to the hopes but substantial and remedial legislation at the hands of congress We therefore most respectfully me tnorinlizo the president cabinet and con grew of tho United States for the enact ment of these measures 1 Amendment to the federal eight hoar law so to secure its practical en forcement on all public works by or for the United States government whether done by contract subcontract or daya work We arc sternly opposed to the evasion and violations of the present eight hour law by the heads of the de partments and officials in the federal erficc immigrationlaws tion to American citizens and their fam tiles liS Reform in tho national banking system and in the issuance of the cur rency of the United States so to secure the people from the possibilities and disasters of financial crises 4 Liberal appropriations for gov ernment public works and for the im provement of rivers and harbors IIBy the prompt adoption of these re lief measures at the hands of congress we firmly believe some degree of prosperity may be restored and the condition of the youtheto be trifled with They are fast heco- ming desperate and deep are their mutter I ings of discontent They desire to real I ize promisedagoOverJ work youtvain Shall tho Interests of the trusts syndicates monopolies corporal tions and moneyed men remain of more importance than the welfare ef the toil i v JeraT We trust not We still believe the peoples representatives are not dead tothe public welfare We ask that they ar 5 e riso to the patriotism of this great occa sion and hasten to bring relief to the masses of their fellow citizens Very respectfully yours Samuel Gompew M M Garland P J McGuire John B Lcnnnn James Duncan Frank Morrison James OCon nell For TIRE HERALD A TRUE PICTURE OF HOME Home may be or ought to be the most delightful place on earth The center of the purest affections and most desirable associations as well as of the most attractive and exalted beauties to be found this side of paradise Nothing can excel in beauty and sublimity the quietude peace harmony affection and happiness of a well ordered family where virtue is nurtured and every good prin ciple fostered and sustained Home in the nursery of affection it to the eden of young attachments and here should be planted all the germs of love every seed that shall over sprout in the heart and how carefully should they be tended how guarded against the frosts of jeal ousy anger envy pride vanity and ambition how rooted in the best soil of the heart and nourished and cultivated by the souls best husbandry Here is tho hearts garden Its sunshine and flwers are hero All its beautiful all its lovely things are here and here should be expended care toil effort pa thence and whatever may be necessary to make them still more lovely It is around tho memories of home that clus ter the happiest and sometimes the sad dest of the recollection of youth There is the thought of brother and sister now perhaps gone forever of childish sorrows and griefs of the mothers prayers and the fathers blessings Do you wonder that these memories both bitter and sweet linger in the chambers of the mini long after those of the busy years of maturity have faded away before the approach of age With what assiduity ought all who have nrrived at the years of maturity strive to make their homes pleasant and especially is this true of parents so that its member when they go hence will carry with them thoughts that through all the weary years before them will nflord a pleasant retreat for them when well nigh wearied with the care which comes with increasing years We can net honor with too deep a rever ence the home affection We can not cultivate them with too muchsolicitude There is the center of our present happi ness the springs of our deepest and strongest tides of jay When the home affections are duly cultivated all others follow or grow out of them as a natural consequence If any would have fervent and noble affections such as give power and glory to tho human heart such as sanctify the soul and make it supremely beautiful such as an angel might covet without shame let him cul tivate all the feelings that originate as fjom a radiant point in the home The true flower of home love requires for its development the aid of every member of the home the tears of sympathy as well as the sunshine of domestic affection bring it to its glorious maturity Oft times there are families the members of which are without doubt dear to each other if sickness or sudden trouble fallen one all are affected and make haste to help and sympathize and comfort but in their daily life and ordinary intercourse there is not only no expression of affection nono of the pleasant and font behavior that has perhaps little dignity but which more than makes up for that in its sweetness but there is an absolute hardness of language and action which is shocking to every sensitive and tender feeling Between father and mother brother and sister ofttimes pass rough and hasty words and sometimes angry words even more frequently than words of endearment To judge from their actions they do not appear to love each other nor docs it seem to have occurred to them that it is their duty all it should be their best pleasure to do and say all that they possibly can for each others good nnd happiness It is in the home where wo form many if not the most of our habits both of action and speech These habits wo carry into the world They cling to us The vulgarities which we ute at home wo shall use abroad Tho coarse sayings the low jest the 0 G vulgar speeches the grammatical blun 1 Herr all the lingual Imperfections which go to form a part of our home conversa tions will enter into eur conversations at all other times and in nil places Tho homo should bo held too sacred to be pollutedwIth the vulgarity of language which could have originated nowhere but in low and groveling minds Homo should be dedicated to lovo and truth to all that is tender in feelings andnoble and pure in thought arise out of tho manifold relations sad associations of domestic life But all pictures of earth ly happiness are transient in duration Where can you find an unbroken home The time must soon come if it has not already when you must part from those who have surrounded the same parental board who mingled with you in the joys of childhood and the promise of yeuth New cares will attend in sew situations and the relation you form and the bust ness you pursue may call you from the piny place of your youth In the uutcen future your brothers and sisters may be sundered from you your lives may be spent apart and you may be dividedand of you it may be said They grew In beauty side by side They filled our home with glee Their graves arc severed fAr and wide Uy mount and stream and seal Stillwater Ky Toe L WILSON 7VVYYJI CORRESPONDENCE 41AuQf sirWe want n letter from each corrcs undent every week to reach this office not Inter than Tuesday evening even If it con taiiiH nothing more important than Parson noJt8Thisas we say and we will answer for the cpnse quences What TlIK IIKUALJ wants in n record of plain facts olinterest to the pco pia In your neighborhood and not verboso effusion appealing only to the egotism and vanity of the writer 0 WOLFE COUNTY Canpton Currency Rev West preached two soul stirring sermons Sunday last W L Byrd is running a livery stable during circuit court The would be Senator Taulbee of Hazel Patch was in town on Monday A B Pieratt and T F Carr of Ezel registered at tho Hollon House on the 25thCircuit court in in session this week and several of the boys are in parts un known Have the Lane correspondents con cluded to doff their sombrero in perpet ual silence 1 Several scientific nccktielcss horse swappers wore in town the first day of court in full glory S S Combs rock mo to slcep saddle horse Frank by reason of a paralytic stroke is unable for service Judge Linden of Jackson is with us this week in the interest of the natural gas company of which ho is a member A lanky long haired man who claims to have been raised by Indians is in town selling medicine nnd amusing tho people with his display of monkeyshines On tho night of 21st some person or persons broke into J 0 Lykins dwell ing house and emptied trunk of some moneynot free silver however ns Joe dont deal in that No one was at home that night T M Morrow the popular and able editor pf the Jackson Hustler is among tho dear people this week soliciting sub scriptions to his paper By reason of his smiling countenance ho obtained several Hustler dollars The visiting attorneys are Judge Fleener of Jackson G W Gourley and H L Wheeler of Beattyville W WI McGuire of West Liberty and Bnnford White ef Irvine Rambler will give the court proceedings next week Quito a number of new students have matriculated at tbo K W college tho last week to take the special training course Several of the free siiverr tongued young mea are contemplating entering the oratorical content that is to come oWen comtaencepaeat day W tL D t Married on tho 24th inst at the J homo of tho brides father K B Bow man William Tutt son of S M Tutt to Miss Laura Bowman Rev John lIar ker officiating May tho flowers of I peace happiness and prosperity ever bloom around themIJudge D B Redwlno and Attorney Howard were both on hand on Monday to take their respective seats in the temple of justice The judges instruct I ions to the court were both intotcsting and able The judge landed many blows into the hearts of the trangresaora and caused them to tremble with fear Natures sweetest voice is floating out oer the broad ocean of the earth baptizing every heart with the glorious sunshine of spring and filling every soul with ecstacy The lizards are thawing out j the birds are singing their sweetest meledicft and the deep voices of tho busy farmers aro echoing from fnrnuto farmApril 27 BRAD MATTOON Tollver Topics Will Brewer moved from Powell coun ty to Big Branch last week Miss Ida Cntron Pomeroyton was the guest of Miss Mollie Cox Sunday W A Oldficld J B McNabb and J J Catrou are attending court at Camp i ton this week Leo Brown fell from a horse some days ngo and sprained his ankle causing him to lose much sleep Itseems to me that preparations should be made to have the annual Sunday school convention in this county It looks like the people of this neigh borhood should be preparing for their annual picnic Juno will soon be here Sunday school was again organizedat Sand field to meet at 3 oclock each Sun day with Henry Stamper as superinten dentQuito a number of the young folks enjoyed themselves us tho guests of Miss Nannie Mnnnin Sunday night Among those present were Misses Frances Swe noy Elsie Bolin Lou Catron Lizzie Mannin and Abbio Wills Messrs Wm Swcney 0 P Patrick Aaron Banford and Courtney Mannin April 27 A SHINKR Lane Lilies The farmers nro busy planting corn Mrs Wilse Hollon died on the 17th instG W Kings lame leg improves slowlyScott Gibbs is very low with con sumption John T Graham went to Campton this week on business Jnmes A Sewell went to Campton this week on business Miss Zorilda Sewcll returned homo from Campton Sunday evening Mrs Wm Hollon who has been quite ill for several days fis improving Vac e Gibbs and son Berry caught a nice lot of fish near the mouth of Holly last week Miss Phinira Turner of White Oak was the guest of the Sewell family one day last week Miss Zcrilda and Isaac Miller wore the pleasant guests of tho Bowen family Sunday before noon There will be singing at tho Elkins Chapel every Sunday at 2 oclock p m All are invited to attend Revs J A Sewoll and G W Tyra preached at the Spring branch school horse Sunday afternoon Stepping Den and his private secretary Joseph King went to Frozen creek last week to visit friends and relatives The Widow Hollon gavo a singing to the young folks Saturday evening A large crowd was present and all reported a jovial time Our young friend and trader Johnnie Pence went Saturday evening to Jack Hellons to trade him a nice threeyear old saddle none for a twoyearold auleI and a Belle V J j aJoe aid r v r J- c J 0 cr x t loI f J x j Iif 0 I etrtonfYholy bends ef wedlock on the 17th fast Tho groom is said to be an cntbutJaatto and a bright young man and the bride has got a good case of beauty attached The geld bug did not have the pleasure GeorgeTerrelltains ef the charivariing crowd were at the wedding and they toll us that they matched well We Jjoin in with the wlhqemlife April 26 GOLD DUO MORGAN COUNTYa + a West Liberty Waispariags I Spring at last and farmers are busy preparing for crops Mrs W G Carter still continues very sick at her homo in town Tho election is over and everything ihe quiet again thank tho Lord Rev F Agar was married in Louiervine last week did not learn the brlde4 name Some of our young men aro talking of organizing a new society called The Sons of Rest A great many fine fish are now being caught in Licking river Yum yum x wo had a square mess of thorn the otherwday You should have seen U C Maxcy collide with J H Coles ox wagon n few evenings since while riding his bicycle on Main street Roy Mr lion noy of Stanton is hold ing a series of meetings in the Methodist church All are invited to come and take part in this glorious work Your scribe is thinking of going to hazel Green to join tho Annntns club so ho can get the opportunity of seeing thu airship To leave West Liberty fur any such purpose would be like taking coals to NewcastleEIIApril 16 TO 1 Consolation Chat Corn planting has begun in this neck o woods Some of the boys say they wont go lo Campton this week r rJ It Wheeler and H Shelton were the guests of W H Blaukonship Sunday Wonder when TUB HERALD man is going to preach the delinquent subscri bers funerals Joke Cecil was around to see The Drake Sunday John is a model boy s and we enjoy his company j como again Rev Jo Long of Spruce an advocato of sanctification will preach nt tho Cns key school house Saturday night sad Sunday morning On last Sunday dogs got nmong RileyYiTaulbeos sheep killing three lambs and crippling the mother But the dogs thatadid the killing will kill no more Yeur scribe went fishing Saturday but the crowd was so large that our luck turned and we only got three that measured t one and a half inches in length t Dr W L Govcdon will preach tho remainder of the year for Consolation church his regular appointment being the second Saturday and Sunday in each monthJames Taylor has a peculiar way of plowing he plows up and down tho hill says the ground will only raise fodder to plow around the lull Jim is a worked and knows how to make corn While coming from church tho oUlerII 1whenHe looked up expecting to get a sight ofIIthe much talkod of airship but to his f dismay found it was nothing but a flutter mill some one had put up The apples end plums of this vicinity are all right so far and will be too largefor oiAIaYapronhetnor theson of a prophets b txwe will wager a sea foam pipe agaiati av jf r tt1tfr t 1r=11127Vii Tu4iYt f i i J X v 0 y f f I It i 1 i ti iW0 0 ki d oi f kPS 1 t ItiI V i lr fll i fl- Y j I 1 F n 2t C V TRI FROM tHEJtENl MYn 7a TIrli N Heor 1 atd N Weul1 the iihdM1r ufSDhcortiAAbeflthc house of representativcH washy nil odds the most interesting and enlightening disclosure titnt thc tarilt hearin tllliJ J called slit If indeed itistnit the most important contYlljutlon to tariff litera ture and1 thought that has appeared j Hllico Orover Clevelands celebrated inrjifinpHstlge ofJS87 It rvus It genuine surprise It wasn terrible shock to the fanatical protec tionist It wax the hlghesttribiite to the principle of tariff reform thllt coultlI he paid Hctwccn thin position of the free traders as the protectionist press denornluates tarlV reformers and the woolen nmnuilicturcrs as represented I by Mr North there IK scarcely one iota I of practical difference In other Woiils the woolen manufacturers speaking through tlielr official reireseiitative proclaim to the world their acceptance of the policy of the tree traders JhlsI is a great advance towards the final and satisfactory settlement of the tariff question The corner stone of the tarilT reform structure WitH free wool That was the key note of President Clevelands tariff message in ISS7I The center of opposi tion to tariff reform wax massed ugainst free wool The free traders accepting thu enemys designation of tarilT rev formers skid that free wool would a boon to the people hciaiiKc it would give them cheaper and better clothing that it would lie a boon rill the manu facturer because it would enlarge and cheapen the supplyof raw material mad that it would not injure the Ameri can wool grower because tins wool im ported would not compete with the homo clip thatthe American grower would he likely to he benefited by the building uPof the American fooolcn manufacturing industries PresidentI Cleveland set forth these views nine juars ago and they were eomlmttcd with such Intensity by both the manu fneturcr and tin grower that for very consistency extreme views in theI op posite direction were incorporated into the McKlnley lit What is Mrl Norths testimony today1 We quote from the prims report of his fcmjcch Never until 1m hod had expcrlpneo under frco wool did the ninniifarturrr realize the Obmdvantngo ho minVrcd under a wool duty and ale tinpo tltillty of any com ponintory duty offtfottliiKthfflo dlnadvan tiigc The concentration of American imrehnsfw upon tho wool which can be bought under the duty lncrea s the prleo 1111111Ifof thin market under free wool hum Indlented thnt the enhancement of time prim In about tour coats per pound A duty minx another fleet In cheapening tho prlro of limo wool which cannot bo Imported so tiul tho for rlicn mnnufaeturor added to nil the other tdvnntagea which ho naturally POHHCHSCH tU able to got his wool cheaper from u caime roving lndlre tly out of the duty All the nntrletlona of the old low were rut them Mr North insisted to emharraart and imliolo the inanufaeturrr In Ills choice of wool They have that effect and are thus additional dlsadvantaRca for which ho nets no equivalent Mr North declared that these reMrlntlons were not required OOUIIIlIIlI11Cqrmist in the mime of wool It ens necessary do believed to recite those fuels that conKresa cud tho Amur loon people should understand tho teonont tc disadvantages of u duty on wool Thu nmnufacturcrii did not appear to roslutl the restoration of n wool duty They were willing to mnko uacrlllooH In order that tho policy of protection might apply to nil lirodiiPts that noml protection They Kriicd In irlvance to a deKre of protection oodeThey10 return to tho ro trlktlu rates of pre Vtoim wool schrduleH It was a great and Important fact that developedhereiiltlluiiciifuhle Any duties on wool the pur proIUdt tholnierlcanran bo produced front domestic wool Tho effect of such roHtrlctlon would bo to In crenso the IImportation of forolKii wools In manufactured form and dlmlnlHh thn de theciapluyntentMr North tioclaml that no American manufacturer bought fore wool for away purpose fur which ho icvld use domestic wool and that foreign wool wimp not used it1IUthe market for American wool Pretty substantial testimony in favor of free wool is It nut A thorough ac knowledgment the correctness of the position of the free traders is it Iotllt knuregnnledlttsldetttMills William L Wilson and other frcu traders lie 11 not an emissary fiom the guldlieatb the practical men In business lie is rthc secretary of the Wool Manufactur sere asttoclatlon and the views he pre tfcnth must be accepted as tho views of ihu practical wool manufacturers And Jjq theorizing free trader hUll put the rirgmnqnts for free wool stronger than 1U1 Mr North fur time manufacturer They are converted to the belief hrtlu very foundation of tariff reform free wool nIter only two years practical experience In its use1nd these two years have been most unfavorable to business experlmentsof any kind We regard this confession us time most Striking effect that the campaign ofed- ttcatlon butt produced Sound ideas upon vcpnpiuip policies have been driven Intq tie licndtt of the most virulent lUicmlc- sottWrilt rednqtlon Iis n oncburaglng- tljfn It camiqt tail to Uive airlitccl ifrii goodtlpontltose VJio ArdHhlJ plunge1 tlHc imtty inV ProtetvoItlmdne ggflHJ Rind tv the hojK hid belief j r 4rv to 0 jgiRthcaliniymmytnot be long distant I willircoinor m twibcfoz1 tb tifong itiold of Jrceftradiffin AmdrlcaUtleriP- ROMISES TXYOOUHorTer AND PIE CRUSTS I Republican CuinpiilRii Ides In the Light i t of FllctIIt seems to bi a fact thnt time single gold standard OH n policy is not real izing the expectations of Its friends In the mutter of Improving conditions Vfa were assured that after the sliver scare was at an end business would pick i up and activity would be resumed In all branches af commerce and Industry In feet It wan said that nothing prevented u restoration of normal conditions ex cept the silver i raze which it was ul leged had destmyed public confidence mud created uncertainty and disturb ance Nobody now contends that nor mal conditions hove been restored or thai there 1 Is any prospect of their early restoration Anybody who would make hiich n contention would be compelled to adroit that normal conditions are nothing to brag about Of coirse under ordinary circum stance time fair tiling would be to wait until the new administration had been afforded an opportunity to put some remedial legislation on the statute hook iirisiiniing that legislation is a good thing for a diseased condition of business hit the circumstances of time present case are not ordinary Wo were toll that nothing wits needed to restore prosperity lot confidence just confidence nail that the only way and tho sure wily to create confidence was to elect McKlnlcy Nothing was sold about waiting for legislation or even for tic majors inauguration his elec tion was pledged In do the business The Buffalo Times admits that the election of MeKinley did nut cause the recent bank failures and thegcneral as signments reported during the past few weeks but it insists that neither has his election verified in the slightest degree the predictions made by Ids or guns and them assistants that confi deuce would be at once restored gold would come out from its hiding places mills would reopen the avenues of em plo mllIl would multiply wages would rise and pence and plenty be our portion evermore Other papers refer to this matter in similar terms mud this indicates that general expectation banked on the majors election as the thing that in realization of earnest promises would create confidence and restore prosperity We fancy therefore that a number people have lthis time 1lIst the conclusion that it is much easier to vote fora tiling than to get it after voting for it and that there is a great deal of pie rllst111ess about rev publican campaign promises lling linmton N V Leader COMMENTS OF THE PRESS A tariff for revenue for monopi lira Is about the McKinley ItlcnSt Louis PtVhlDispatch A New York paper declares that the reason rill so many cabinet declina tions Iis the unpopularity of Mark llan na Hut iso long as McKinley truly loves him wlials the odds Albany fftrgus I McKinley cabinet will be one of serondraters No man with a position and reputation to sustain will go into It willingly If nay of them are forced Into it they will get out before time end of Ithe term There is danger ahead and there is not one of them who can fall to see the red IIghtSt Jouis PostDispatch It is said to be the Intention of the committee on ways and means now working on a new tariff huh to Ieep the riMilts of their deliberations secret until they are presented to the next con gress The hearings though may give the matter away on the principle that a man is known by the company ue Keeps Cincinnati Knqiiirer The amount of misinformation mil downright falsehood that has been placed before the ways mud means com mittee during the tariff hearings would ho astounding to anybody who was not familiar with the methods always em ployed by interested persons to extract greater favors from the government than they have tiny good reason to ask forProvidence Journal Inconsistency wits never the bug bent of the republican party At this liilmii contradictions between their promises and performances are worry- Ing then less than ever Having se cured power by a light on the currency isKue they propose to call an extra ses sion of congress not to reform the cur rency hilt to enact n higher tarilT An other insotislstcncy in their attitude is the ground on which they argue for i higher tariff to raise prices Yet the effect of the former McKinley tariff was assorted by them to have been lower prices1 mmnstis City Times Economy the Thing Neidcd Republican statesmen nre filling the papers with schemes to increase the tariff taxes to raise money to pay tho expenses of time government Time people nre already paying more taxes than they are able to pay Even See retary Morton golditc dccjarcs there is no use of increasing the burdens of the people by increasing their taxes He duce the expenscsof the government let time policy be mote economy timid less taxation A rctun to Jcjfersouian simplicity is needed iftrc thus anything clime in governmental nlYaln al this ttBHj I Exchange r A S jD 1t frvKckeU uuUtto the H0flcty4imd t- VEene telll of thc Jounry hose RenfLcwc c ucmt with the recently failed banks1a St Paul and Minneapolis must relish Mr Eckels comment on tho falling doyof their Institutions Eckels telegraphed the New York Journal concerning Ute fallI ure of the Columbia national that it closed because at want of Immediate ly convertible assets which wore the accumulation of n period when for tunes were nude by the mechanical act of marking up time price of town lots Of the Chicago and other failures he spoke as sporadic failures He has not been heard from slice St Paul ccored several more of its timehonored mil supposedly safe institutions but these to the mind of this very small man who occupies a large amount of space In the public minl were doubt less mere sporadic atTain anti have no generalI significance However llckcls did say that existing condl tions made it harder than ever to do business but it wits most fixed in Ecklcs mind that the failures have conic at the end of long years of in flation to which must be added the ng gravating effects of four years of agita thou of fiscal policies foreign complica tions and tariff measures Then he adds a dose of jollying saying- In the light of things done and time things attempted to be done tho wonder Is not that the failures have been so many but Unit they Imvebeea so few It nil hears testimony to tho fact that despite our frequent disregard of wholesome busiI ness principles we yet remain nn exceed- Ingly rich and prosperous peuplu a people so rich lint Mulhall the great Ungllsh statistician recently sold of ua that Inrtho year ISJS tho people of tho United1 States must ho considered as tho richest people of either ancient or modern times with tholr wealth Increasing at tho rule of I70CC ClOt per day The first thing to be caid of ICckelsl is that the country is heartily sick of him of his everlasting twaddle and of his constant prominence ia the public at tcntion and the one sincere hope is that time last will be heard of him when the McKinley administration gets in Eckels slanders the honesty anti the intelligence of the country when he Iig nores the fact that conditions brought about by Ilegislation over which our honest business men have no control have been and are the cause of the titian cial troubles of the country Accord- Ing to Eckels and the rest of the gold standard school mismanagement gild bud methods are the cause of all the thousands of business wrecks strewn over the land This mattes of our intelligent business community present and past utter numbskulls nnd Bcallawags It is n beautiful estimate to place on the country on the ener getic and hardworking merchant who hIs seen hissnlcs dwindle below tic living point and been obliged to close the careful prudent buiucss man whose profits constantly fell until cap ital and business were swallowed up the builder who could build no more because people could neither build a new nor repair an old building the manufactories closed or mcn Un charged because the country Is glutted with manufactured products which the people though needing then never ro much have no money with which to buy they have no money because the products which they sell or their labor are below the cost of production for the one and there is no employment for the other at any price It is the failure of these from such causes not their own fault that this federal olliccr calls sporadic and attributes entire Ily to speculation lint this man Kclet tics been before the country fur n long time and the sizeup of him in the pub lie mind is that of a very cheap buglex blower It is time for the passing of Eckels Minneapolis Penny Press CURRENCY REFORM It HilUltirlei of tint Irowcut SyitKiu Seek tu Improve II The deliberations und recommenda trolls of the socalled monetary confer crude lately in session at Indianapolis deserve the attention amid respect usu ally given to purely ex party utterances and no 11102 c A great share of the gen tlemen there tfkhered have it is true given much tlJight to the science of money though erhaps more to the science of its nccunwlatloliand arc perhaps fitlyI to be regarded as expert questionIacvertheless findings above criticism Many of theta are bunkers or intimately associ ated with investment companies All were selected by boards of trade cham bers of commerce or bodies of like distinctly capitalistic character In their belief the dollar which most will contribute to their profit is time lollnr which increases in value uiid by for molly declaring for the maintenance of the single gold standard to the exclu sloe of even international bimetallism they have put themselves on record as demanding such a dollar We have no doubt that this gathering of financiers will be pointed to with awe by a certain elass of journals as comprehending the most successful and expert monetary scientists In the land men who handle millions men to whom widows and orphans confide their little savings for thrifty management The commission of 11 which they will ap point to make recommendations to con veryfuuntniuits creation will be hailed as n step to ward taking the money question out of politics jt certain element In our society by the way teems to be trying to I Y1 J take cvery ipublta questn outipf poll ties tfiit is aijy from tho4JOlle tgthosei T5 7i r svt imanagement But this line of argument has never proved very convincing to the great musses of the people They hove felt that the llne between democracy and oligarchy consists very largely lid keep tug these issues in polities It has OCt curred to them that the taxpayer tins score rights which taxcaters must be forced to respect That the shipper by 11 railroad has rights coequal with those of the stockholders And now that the clamor for putting time reform of the currency in the hands of a commission 01 experts rises so loud It will be urged that borrowers hue righta as well as lenders mind that the great masses of the people for whom the cur rency is merely a tool of trade are no likely to consent that Us management be left wholly to those whom it is en timelya source of income Time Indianapolis programme must be reciognized for what it istime formal expression of the wishes of the money lending clusHsN Y Journal PROSPERITY HALTS I Even time iolilbu 1rinK Hcglim to Jtlnme Our Iniquitous Currency System At lust remarks the Illinois State llcgistcr It seems to be dawning on the minds of eastern goldites that there Is somcthhigwrong with the sound money system that the goldites proph esied would Immediately bring about confidence and prosperity should time people elect McKinley president The New York World an able as jistant In securing the election of Me Kinlcy is alarmed nt time delay in the return of the chariot of prosperity ami charges that McKlnlcy is It says rcsponsihleII The failure of CS hanks a night wltb all tho Injury to business and distress to Individuals which this Implies dees not seem to huvo made any impreaslor upon Mr McKinley and his friends They are thinking planning and acting with s view to two things only a higher tarlfl and n speedy division of the offices During the campaign Mr McKInlej frequently repented tho preposterous par tlran plutuuile that our currency system created by the grand old republican party was tho best In the world and must ht kept so And yet every student of finance and indeed every Intelligent business man knew that this chaotic system with Iti nine kinds of currency all based liken bill pyramid standing on its apex upon a pre carious reserve of gold subject to depletion at the will of speculators Is the worst malmlined by any civilized commercial nation I It was a monetary panic that arrested prosperity III 1U3 It Is distrust of tho currency that has helped powerfully in paralyzing Industry since that time It was upon the issue of wound money chiefly that the presidential campaign was fought und won And yet tram tho closing of tho polls until now neither McKinley nor army nun who has been near to him has said u word Indicating an appreciation of the need ol currency reform or any purposjo to try to reform it or of securing retrenchment In expenses timid rest from agitation Tc buttress monopolies by chatting out for eign competition and to tax consumer more heavily without increasing the rev enues appear to have been theIr only thoughts Meanwhile banks In the west continue to rail unused money is piled up In limo east nnd business tries in vain to guess when the turlilrlpplng will leave It Vhut sure of show does this curtainraiser of pros puritys advance agent promise ua 1 MR WOLCOTTS MISSION A Hopeful Vttnr of time Cliunc for In terim tloiml llliii tilllMin Jt will interest people on all sides ol til finance question to learn that there seems to he quite an amiable feeling among Englishmen toward Mr Uoi cult or Colorado who went to England to promote the cause of bimetallism by iutcrnatijiial agreement Senator Wol1 cult took time initiative in the latest effort for an international eontcrcncc and in spite of the filet that lie lias hUll but an obscure position before the Hit I ish public heretofore his greeting has ben very friendly The London National JJeview now points out that many Englishmen will be glad to uphold Mr DalfourV hands in any effort he may make to secure an effective conference of the commercial powers As the principal creditor na tion it is argued that urcat Britain Is principally interested in establishing a par of exchange between sllver using stud goldusing countries Certainly Slue ++ ould be the last nation to consent tu any plan which threatened to go too fur on the side of five silver There are in the present cabinet mummy members who would gladly subscribe to the policy which would permit time reopening of time Indian mints nt the sumac time securing a safe standard for iuterua lional exchange The National Review declares that in the present cabinet a majority mire fa vorable to bimetallism by international agreement There are nine uiembers among them Mr Uoschcu and Mrl Ual four who mire outspoken for the plan Lord Salisbury is said to be benevo lent toward it while eight other mem hers Lire open to conviction or uncer lain Sir Michael Hickslleach is the one man actively opposed If these facts are correctly stuted the prospects for time new efforts for international agreement mire much more encouraging 11maiuiotmme people have supposed Chi cago Itecord Shouldnt Sneer Ht Sound Money Mr Walker chairman of the houso bunking mold currency committee hums oUhoIlndlnnupolls ererythingmoney is sacreda Y Journal Iii A LITTLE O EN Eiati- m the Ar SchqISnj old m n hove you any tlmumbtncks No bit I have some flnget nallstYale Ilccord I found u lend pencil this morn big That isnt A cry remarkable 1 Well but it hud one of those safety rockot holders on It1 Yulo Record He Richly Deserves ltMay we renture to express tho hope that the matt who whites it Xnms will havei a Xappy Xew Xcar Chicago Dully Trl j butte = Hello Handle liar what was your hurry when you came in on your wheel today 1 I never saw you work Hohnrd11 jjj I wanted to get lioincrbcfprcinycyclo meter got upI to CO mUcH I never per alit ntyself to ride more than that in a- layTruth A new anti interesting light Is shed J on the disputed authorship of the Ito 4 merle poems by the delightful answer given by a schoolboy in areecnt exam ination and quoted in tlic Daily News It is said that writing wits not invented when Homer composed his poems lIe l must therefore have lied a good dcuM I later =London Tablet I Lawyer Now Mr Thrift tie1 scribe to the court the chickens that you charged my client the defendant r 1Pllthelawyer who exclaims I have some vf chickens like those myself Farmer t1 Thrift resuming The chickens hoI j took are not tho only ones I hive hall J otolcnPN Y Herald JAu old Scotchwoman was dying 4 1fI The storm was raging without the wind 1 was howling and the rain asking + against the window panes They were y gathered around her bed I maun de- cdoctorI A maun dec Ay uy Im iQ1 micklc foart yerc gUIInhWlcIwecl the Lords will he done But its an t awful nicht to be gnun skirlin thrdugh time clouds Spare Moments I m A VOLCANIC WONDERlt The largr t District of this Sort Lollbt ented In the Northwest i Khizedf part of the United States hits tended to create the impression that in volcanoes this country is below the average Hut to dispel this notion it is only necessary to mikeI a trip through the northwest In Washington Oregon California Ne vela and Idaho is the largest volcanic district in tthe world The Iusscn peals volcanic ridges the most general feu tore in the district resulted chiefly from superficial accumulations of material thrown out from within the earth tuttipiled up in mountain masses about v the point of exit From the summit ij of Lasscn peak looking northeast dark mud desolate lava field and crateri are pointed out as the Cinder Cone This may be comfortably reached on horseback but a camping outfit is eec cssary as there is no settlement mar the place Approaching time region the travclci first encounters a sprinkling of the flute volcanic sand and small bits of dark brown pumice spread on the ground This increases as lie goes until the sand gives character to the whole land scape imparting a dull dark blue to the soft earth and rendering travel difficult When first seen on nearer view Cinder cone gives the impression of newness One looks in vain for strum rising from the crater and feels disap Ji pointed nt seeing none J Charred trunks of trees attest the Ti I real heat of the place in recent times 3 but one cannot find on the living trees ti a trace of volcanic sand Unit might ji have lodged in knot holes as it fell limeiii dull somber aspect of the slopes jilt really relieved on the southeast side by the carmine and orangecolored J lnpllliI so that from a distance it hnsj the pleasing hues of a sunset The strangeicss of the scene is greatly 5 enhanced by the almost complete ab J sense of vegetation Only two small J bushes cling upon the outer sIopl8toii1 give life to the barren cone No wliittf numb or Indian univ living is known to have been an eye witness to the eralion Cued it must be remembered Mat J cueh an eruption would not leave tlio people of hut region in doubt as to what 1 was happening pj A number of persons now living the Sacramento valley who crossed illJJ emigrant trail lit the base of tile in ISiH say that the lonely bushes growing near the summit were np parcntly as large as now Whatever may be the historical testimony as to the time of time eruption the geologic i evidence clearly shows it before the be ginning of tills century N Y Jour mil 1 llo Unit heard It When two bodies come together sud ienly there is invariably a sound of some sort Now in the case of human beingsI 1 know yelled the little boy in the corner that nobody supposed war JWillieJ Oh well 1 guess I do know an f7 all depends on whether they are nar vied or not- 11iliie I fj There was more severity in the tone this time but it failed tohave any up prcciable effect- Soulethmes 1 its a smack und somme times its a swat he persisted Mt ulll vouJtryln4iUiwcr Thou know ItCbit1go Tpatfl w J v TUIR rARMI TG WORLD PROFIT IN SHEEP Adrant CC lI Accruing to the Farmer IVhc- joeeraaOHa J lock Within thB jjnt fen years sheep liar been defended anti nttneked from oil quarters hnynstrong defenders nni persistent iMicmlcs owing to the ngita tfqn of the wool question In politics but lecvinp out of consideration the qucs tlbn of wool as a source of profit there arc other advantages In keeping shee which arc admitted by nil If n farmer onlysolcl his sheep tit their actiialcos hf would1 derive a profit i Irere lit but lUtJe risk irishcepexccpt frwrtl1 cac df enemies us theygive n profit fret Several sources The first udvnntngi possessed by the fanner who has iU Hock of sheep Is the utilisation of vast frtmlucts Sheep will consume nine taut other animals will not accept nUll Will keep down weeds thus Mil IIIEr IfLnl tiTthe farmer who has his fields over riln by weeds from seeds which are enrt ned byttlndstp his cultivated fielils Sheep nre eontcntetl bit scanty pastifre preferring Jthe short fras toJhnt which bi lonp rind by Aiming very cose they tjnipletclydeit roy the weeds that would otherwise start main A large portiot tjtthclr food really costs the farmer nothing luring the sunitner and wjtl shelter front storm tthey nre less liable to disease firm other niiijnnl jiff tin luhlhs come early nod are sired 1 hy pure bred rams of the mutton breeds they will more than ipay the cost of the fioci of sheep till first year TJie farmer whc lavps sheep for wool only will continue to turn his sheep out and meet withI- oSSesl but the one who aims to snake n profit from nil sources provided by hw flock will use precautions for safety Shelter from the sun in summer am from the storms in winter assist in making sheep pay and if they have been given something more Hunt UK pickings of the farm they will be in good condition in the 1fjjlljo begin tin winter A Hock eau Ibe Ijppfht but lit tie expense as sheep will utilize tnr nips ensilage fodder hay and be sat idled with a small allowance of grain Formers who will begin with good sheep and UI par 1rea rams ran nl wrys secure a fair profit hilt the profitt Idt in the soil from the droppings if ont of the most important items as tin sheep save the farmer the labor of haul I inr manure and apply till droppings to the soil better thou he ran with Isis most approved appliances Philadel phia Itccord BOYCOTT THE SCRUB UUoett Not 1ny to lVil Inferior Stock ot Any Kind Scrub stock may be a luxury enjoyed by some fanners who refuse or neglect to breed to pnruhrcd sires as n nseliM folly only for hook farmers and expo riinent stations but we see an excellent object lesson in the Live Stuck Report referring to feeding stool in times of depression It shows the necessity of boycotting the scrub and selecting good grades to Iced which was never more important than now and this should drive the scrub stock from the American forms and induce farm s who think rind mid cure for their own prosperity to breed only purebred or high grutle stock that will Schwa a fair profit for the feed given them The Report says Feeders ape obliged to invest cant timisly If ever there was a time whcn the feeding of inferior stock should be avoided it is now and in placing their entile in the feed lots we strongly ad vlje feeders to select only such stock as can be safely depended upon to malcc good use of the feed given it fad return fair profits for the timevlnbor and nuiney expended in fitting it for market Stock cattle am high in value it is true when compared with fat cattle prices lightthutusuallybetterititjeItrntlrerl than take a poor one be cause it is cheap and even if we are to have low prices again next year as a re salt of the abundance of feed we con fidently bqlicu prime cattle will sell ill prices that will repay the feeder his money invested and leaveI a fair margin of profit COMBINATION HOUSE A Practical Ilttlr Mrurturo for toiiltry flogs null Tools ngnllngHhowlinI UI poultry hogs mid tools It h built against a bank which gives wium winter quarters in IHACTICAL COMBINATION HOUSE hogsThestory u IndOutopenInthllthItol I mowing etc- ran be run in ensUre The open loft smalltoolsetcThis0 buildings one serves two desirable purposes it caits glvesXeeptiolmly lowerftoorOrange 6 Ft SHELTERS FOR POULTRY r 1 Two n0I1 fenglandThe barrel poultry house Fig 1 Is Iwjfely used by cottagers in England stf1ulllotlcrnqksbr upsrltlhoe a good coating of lime in which some carbolic acid has been mixed and the outside should be well tarred or or ra vrI IIARRRU POULTRY HOUSE shouldbeI Hi as to raise It u few inches front the ground r Theothgr sketch T PIg2 represents a more elaborate house which can be made according to the number of birds for which It Iis required Thelllustra loll explains itself tad the space un Jer the floor Is of great advantage as te IOlUIAll IN AtSTHAIJA f it gives protection from the weathe lI riui is much appreciated by the birds I The house should be removed every fev fresh It will h j treys on to ground noted that two important points Ugh tilt ventilation have received attcn tint front the designer qf this houseI Strong handles placed at each em would facilitate removal or the house could readily be fixed on wheels Jt corrugated iron is used for the root iit should have a wooden lining us the former is a rapid conductor of heat mind celtl AMONG THE POULTRY beep the quarters dry Do not feed musty grain to the 11IllIg hellilArtcll1 hen passes her third year ehc declines In value Dolled milk is one of the best reme dies for diarrhoea Most cases of gapes come from feed iig in filthy places The early hatched chicken is general lly the most profitable lens that malted late will rarely be gin laying before spring A warm feed fur breakfast goes along way in inducing hens to lay now A Iran u ith a frozen comb will not lay Have troughs in which to feed all soft feed There is no profit in marketing poor 1 Iv fattened and poorly dressed poultry dUll kind Eggs from fully matured fowls will not only hutch better but will product stronger chickens If any considerable number of geese are kept it will pay to provide a spe cial pasture for them If ducks are kept be sure to arrange tn that they can be kept away from the well and the kitchen door On the average farm it is usually best to have only one breed of chickens timid give them the run of the farm A fowl that Is properly housed and eared for never gets the ronp unless it is in contact with fowls that have it While the laying hens require grain they also require something else They ihould not be overfed with one thing eiid stinted of others There must bu arlety to secure the best rl mltSt Louis Kepublic Jlciicrmlut nt n floury Plant ices work on peppermint froth morn till night mud if the condition of the weather permits or with very heavy dews a bountiful flow hi secured On luorningH lifter a heavy dew the happy hum of rejoicing of the Industrious bees ia plainly heard which lure always heavily laden Their appearance when toiling on peppermint in mulch like that ofi lIUHwoollou will find them scat tered around about the hives in all stales of fatiguei The honey tins a con sistency u little thicker than tint of kvuter being real light in cqlor fur J tall flow of nectar An Excellent Feeding lack A simple and efficient ruck for feed ng hay and fodder says a writer is tho llain box rack ya feet wide and nay length desired Use posts not less llirtn 10 inches long The lower board should ha 14 to IS Inches high according to size of sheep the feeding space 8 to litI inches wide and the upper board 1 to 8 Inches if such a rack Is Kept leaned out slndValscd tijInV theiininuiv cciimtiluttH tliout It no that the step rein eat from the top of tilt teed in till ueli ury little will be imateU aY p t C II- J EXCESSIVE FATIGUE IS DAN QERODS t Fatlfui Means Draught art Ones R Reservei Strength I If 6tFronhLwl lf1tliUld Olio J John PiBoanUultcr who lives at No tt 4 Mciroso Avo Cleveland Ohio is ono ota small army who can bear testimony to D Williams Pink Pills Mr SounhuUcr Isi the priuio of life He is worried and Ills I fatally is his pride Ho Is strung and ath I hello and has1 n splendid physique Hut tlkci maujrQtbcrf mcu who are similarly lortu note In the possession of an excellent con ttltution no recently ovcrcstltiinicd tho train which it could undergo lie Is the yardmaster of tho Zottelmcycr Coul Com puny Nos 2Ho 81 Commercial St and Id that capacity finds It necessary to exercise I considerable physical strength The use of I n Rrcut deal of muscular energy however did not seem to ufTceL him In tiny manner I toyhIHeir Ui bcfur to he Doubled with tongca i lun nuntul und physical profjtrailon relaxation I of the muscular tissues Insomnia atul other sythit 4ins of Ito result of over work nUt thin story in Ills own worth 1 1IintercslliiK for he tells tin the plain mud siinplQ nmnhcr cliuractcristlu of u man who I hares hUsusicimnec by the sucut of lily brow and at tile slime time ho puts a glow t liij tnbnto to his tau1ets and dinilnutlvq i b 1hitI that 1 began to notice the effects of myI I hard work Tho blood would rush front uiy I heart Into my lend und almost muke tilt 4 lllCjU1I1 of tho hard days work which was I footsteps were tint as light and sprlghitly as formerly aru I was nltogcthcr wretched My appetite always strong vigorous and healthy before seemed to bu deserting me I could tint sleep well and Wits unable to get the rest and recreation I needed Tho wdrni weather wan nt hand mill I was afraid I would break down com pletely unless I got hotter boon 1 wits suf lcrlii you ml ht say frovioiicra debility AVan tired nil over and neirly mull tho time 1 knew that something would have to he done and soon too 1 tnllted with my friends about what to do or take Somenn vised rile to try this or that but 1 did not herd their BiifjKostlonn and now I am chid of It One day 1 picked up n little pamphlet or advertisement of Ur Williams Ilnk Tills 1 told how tho mcdidiio cured peuIpie who were sutTcriiiK from just what Gibed me and I decided to hay n box and J did 1 was somewhat In doubt as to whether they were ns good as It was clammed they trc- lllt my doubt was soon removed Those pills ilxrd 1110 no iuslili of two month I never HUW n mcdiclno work so quickly and surely as thoso little pills Almost tho first one i took seemed to benefit me red time more I tool tho better I felt That awfully tired and dcjoclcd feeling began tn leave me almost from tho start Alter tailing half a dozen of ttio pills my steep was unbroken Then my appetite returned and with it runic my old tiuio vigor My muscles aro as strong as ever now and my health is good mm time pills did just what they were advertised to ito My work In tho coal yard is hard and I often have to overtax myself But If I over RI tin thornndtiloii 1 wets last Nay Ill hay more of Dr Vlihlanasl11irIills They do more gun ti than a dodo and 1 have recom mended them to my friends Dr Williams Pink Pills lot Palo People arc a spcrillo for troubles peculiar to females such as suppressions irreuuhirities and all forms of weakness J hey build up the blond and restore tlio plow ot health to palo mid sallow checks In men they effect a radicahure In nil cases arising front men tall worry overwork or excuses of what ever nature They are manufactured bv tho Dr Williams Modicino Cnmpanv tJchcncc lady N V11111 urn sold by all druggist at W Clots n box or six boxes for SIAJ WHAT is this mental poise that women talk so Much abnu iiovviiiltiyHf It Is be hug able to look caterpillars without feel lug them crawling all over you Wimx bilious or costive rat n Oascnret candy cathartic euro guaranteed 10c 2e Tin Inventor of pins did more for the world than time builder of tho pyramids Hams Horn VmxKirs Como with neuralgia They go with St Jacobs Oils euro of it TuiiNiNO a maul dog loose Iin a trifling ibing compared to what the devil milt do with gossiping tongua Hams flora Lois of pnoplo fool away a great dent more time training a dog tiara troy do on hcirchlldrcn Washington la Democrat Wnnx boys first get to thinking they aro men they cull each otherby their lastnumes Wuhrll ton Dciuocjnt suspicioustbryvaich AlclilRon Ulobe f How MAXT men thcroawho wo think onlyhadI A MAN must have mighty little to do who has time to nrcservu and keep in order getsVusblugtou CAST you see that sign Boware of the Uogir u kcd tho lady of tho house in- dlgnaptly No mum I really eannot11a- plied till tramp nt tho door you scu I ruinedl my eyesight lookln for workYonkers Statesman k PoivU said Willie whyjsI it called a rol1l11UllflIlI1t Wh Wh h MCntlO thntI 104 nnmuahII Yes I know ihul said iVIli e hut why illdnL they rail It a Tom lasiuni r a Hohnasfum fllurJlcrsouud Table AIITIK Darling you have no Idea hdtv nxious I was whllo you were coining down the riulo ladder 1 was so afraid yon had not at4nod It securely above SusleYou iccdnt havo boon nlaruicil dear Papa lied tho knot for mcDetrolt Frco Press SunrltrrtxorurTUMornAttorneyInI rdcrto tight this raso Intelligently must know in the first place whether you are iiillty or not1 ellclltWell If youve got to Know the tnitli Im guilty Attorney OopdI Now the affair Is simple All that viWc got to do is to establish an alibi JhlcagoJournal III MACIIIXATIOXSTHATMACHIXATED Uotlj nthall jlatt us silo murmured An hour lupsiil Go Rhotuuld In that brief II our licb7tlgatw11coldthrough tlom0 hl uaU ni see ho nicliniatotl s ittilUr rjirnuo ciitllnjr off ni iiattvuf trio nvct iiarlpr lUctmiltIrlb 1Snlort + rt i L sly TuiRsU more Catarrh In tilts eectlon ofl the country that all other diseases putto gather ana until tile last few years was sup posod to bd incurable Tor a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by con stanUy failing to curewlth local treatmcat pronounced tIt incurable Bcloncohosprovoi catarrh to be a constitutional disease und therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional euro on tho market It Iis taken internally la dotes from lU drops to a teaspoonful It nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system The offer one hundred dollars for any case n falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CnrNEt Co To lain O Bohl bv Druggists mime halts Family Villa are tho best UnnATmcsa fiUNTIII1 say boy did you acc a rabbit run by horet IlovYes- sir How long ago noyII think Itll bo three years next ChrlltUlaItAUlcr lean Uuvluw THAT SIMCMHO COUKi Mr Uoodmun Williams County Jll writes us Front one package Salxer Urmul Coffee Kerry I grew aoo pounds of better coffee than 1 van hay hi stores rt 30 cents a pound A package of this and big seed tutu login is sent you by time John A Salzc Seed Co Ja Crosse Win upon receipt ol 15 cents stamps and tilts notice ic How IT would soften tho push of tho door wo1OUlelto lilin lot bread Hams Mora Sick Cows It will tell any farmer how tooure abortion slinking UaitxiiiiCbs failurolo breed ot rcUilned uftcrlilrth free Knclnno two stumps U MI LVBTIIII Lyndonville Vt I KNOW tipw1 remarked the young man who XVIIH sued for breach of promise why they taU IL IcourtingCredit Lost Fns flopped free and permanently rnrcd No Ills aver lirst days use ur Dr Klluctt treat Nervn Uisloier leo fJ trial bottled treallse Du KIIM SWJ Amt ntlhlla 1u ONB reason there Is so much profit in chickens Iis that If properly managed the neighbors provide all time Iced for them Tin John A halter Seed Co La rose pourtoesCUlOIlWItIlclI1I11 La Crosse Jauutcry Illh ICiTMlm people Khould ho Moro natural out in company or less natural when ulonu with their families Atditson Globe I IKAMANT Wholosdmo Speedy forcoughs Is dales llonov of Horehouuil 1 mind jar Pllies Toothache props Cine lu one aliauto1 u IP you are unjust to n friend dont Im auiuo that hccaiiKO ho rays nothing he diUut notice it Alchlsou Ulobe Uh Pisos Cure Is tho medicine to break tip childruiiN Coughs and Colds Mas M U UtUM Sprague Wash March t H- CnritciiM aro beginning to understand their biisinuHH when they servo free lllnchc Atchison Ulobe A MAX humps himself with lumbngo He hustles when cured by til Jacobs Oil h WIIKN the world mares to Its worst Itwill soon be at its best Hams Horn Jivr try a tile box of Casearcts candy ca tharticliiicHi liver mild bowel regulator mado KiKi1 the heart young and tho body will bo slow in growing oldIturns Horn Csciiim stimulateI llvor uldnevs and bowels Never nickcn wcukeu or grfpc lOco r SOONRII or tutor every great thought will Snake its WIlY around the world Katna thorn DONT rcfuso or cxcuscS3t Jacoi s Oils the cute for brulne Buroiti you put ii a crop of will oats remember i haL you will Imo to reap what you sow Hams loreu 1 Itytjt L1A Yr- tc Ce I 4 i dared than KROMe he western part or Un8tatolsabtladgraiingpouutryasLbesuh ti I ever shone da and thfiauUni 80B lallCl square raised more corn to Uie acre in 19M than any othcrtiuto in theunion With only tho eastern purl IheSuternlslugcornaod thlsecerealsInRMr tiand lees illiteracypercapttat- gatt thor sfsti1rvductIVlt tent llm 1cel1 bo Ueugt1t o tt f ra1tU iRSV AttchlsostKansasl AtwatTAx5nmsrT with therihecovery t hot IlrstKray hale n woman jlls oVers7lhul p fAtclullou+ Loco and shoenfumt no time with tit Jacobs Ollnuit a cure I Den Idea of a good cook Is oncwhof ricr oysters lit such u way they dont shrink moro titan half Atclilsoti QlObCi IBrngIhnt9sID WITH CAN BE CURED I noIJ l I It 10UKerIJUtcururoursclfuL0I1CC WARNERS ftf h N a FARM Sbn Seed ars ttarre3IM la lre4arco ifftolm HrrlcIcT MUlilcott Wli luitonlphett the world with a jrlolil ot ITJbuot P ltcr SIlTirKliiknarirypcmcre nonIyoubelieve- IN Jualwino Mm lit order to air In 1117 noW cuntonior wo send on trIal Il6 1IOMAUM U4IUTII fOlt 10e lu likiis of new andra ro farm scrilii Including BaboTo llarlcr Toolnlr Hunt Hpurnr Hand ITvUliiOcWhe t and other novelties Ie Itlrvly worth noto get Kitartn1lx ilt iaj t t y Including our great aeel catalog for lOoJ Larlmeet growers or tarmpeeds and Ot- tooln the world 54jkr rll1w regelahla seedift C Ulojr tolls s all lout Itaiadly mallmt to Intending bujrrr Send this notice IC 1e F Fi i SOUTHERNHOMES SMFICiLlire I SEEDS TEXASIInlhorelelirntrd Coat Country lh oiuillo turiiK fnilt vritrUlili and Offtil priMliirlliin lllifrtitrdrMa Iruvrl vlu IVUm HI IiinU IWKor lunil Illrriilnrc l1anllnnoIStun rntm and iiillliiturniatlnii writ THE AMERICAN LAND flea iiuc iiiitK HT SMOKE YOUR MEAT ITIrI10KEiiIRCUTAA OPIUMHTDRURKENNESSCured Cured DRJLSTEPHCN81n11ANUNhllo DROPSY tilu rd reflinYwwhet rur Honil for lioou or tcHllitioninlK niul 1O iluV Irrnlmrilt irr Orll IIUIUKVH WWII AlUnu Us ills THE BEST YUCATAN s e- UUBLS WHti1E ALL EESE FAIL- Snest Cough Brrup rears Oixiu UM 11 time Send br ilnifulits rN lC 1C 1C311 WHEN witrriMi TO AIIVKUT INUIIH I IMAK Jlulr thud you saw the Adfrll fnicnt lu this pups o l 0 o 7 Sweetness and Light Put a pill in tho pulpit if you want practical preaching for tho physical man j then put tho pill in tho pillory if it dons not practiso what it preaches Thoros a wholo gospel in Ayoro jSugar Coated Pills a gospel of sweetness and light Fooplo used to valuo their physic J as they did thoir religion by its bittornoss The moro bitter tho doso tho better tho doctor J- I Wovo get over that Wo take sugar in ours gospel or physio nowadays Its possible to please and to purge at the samo time Thero may bo power in a pleasant pill That is tho 1 r gospol o- fAyers r Cathartic Pills More pill particulars In Ayers Ciircbook 100 puI1o Sent free J Co Ayer Co Lowell Mont I t4 E1 P y a r i IIPHE HERALD Ellttr I HAZEL CREEN KYII THURSDAY April 29 189- 7ANNOUNOEMENlS r rot state Senator a Wf are nuthorlted to announce JOHN A TAULIJKK orilnifl Green ai a candidate tr for Slnte Benntor for the 11th Senatorial I I Icraltepnrty to the action of the Demo For Surveyor of Morgan County S We are authorized to niinounc JAMKS 8 candidate for County Sur 11alol111 I xn i+ooOO oGOo+ 8BllEvrrIES + OO 7Voo + Of LOUISVILLE Democrats nominated H 11harmony ticket fur municipal offices last IiIi 4 4wokj Con CIIU ns and the Kentucky legilllnI z taro should join IHMIH and form a now party railed thuliDo Nothings Tui opera house at Frnnkfort wits V crowded to its utmost capacity last week t on the occasion of lion WinsJ lit 111115 address 0 0 THE contest for United State senator in nearly as badlyI mixed in Florida nh in Kentucky Cull and anti Call being the Florida aspirant t OM Inch of ruin falling over the region drained by tho Micniiwlppl rhcrI ini equal to 21780000000000 gallium So says a scientist who hits figured it out tI NOT a fourth clots postmaster has boon I J appointed in Kentucky by the HopuMi cum iidminiiiinilioii nor is there likely to I ho until the Huiiatoriiil question illlculcdII tIII I SOMI queer namex are adopted for I I jiostodlcvti A now oilice him been III UblUhed in Indian Territory named Robbers lloont and Henry Leachap I pointed postmaster M SKXATOU LINDSAY linn our thanks for R copy of his great speech on A uniform ystflm of bankruptcy in which he whows that he pm CMca a master mind Mod mature thought TUB Memphis Howl sufferers relief committee him issued a circular to the public announcing that on account of action of the general government no fur thtr contributions by the public will s requirediI i 0- 0 TUG seventh annual convention of the a United Confederate Veteran will be held at Nashville Tenn Juno J 23 and 24 It will be the largest mid molllI important reunion over held and every veteran who can should attend A NUMnrn of Republican congm men admiring tho fight Dr Hunter has made for the scnatenhip will join in n i tequeet to the president to glvo Hunter u good elide of federal pie The doctor however says he Iis not an applicant for federal favors r TilE Republican caucus at Frankfort I to nuniinate a candidate in place of Dr Hiihter who withdrew rum the sena tonal race succeeded in settling on Hen W J Deboe on the twentyeighth ballot Aad he dada I much show for being elected as Dr Hunter EXPRESSION a handsome quarterly magazine devoted to art literature and the spoken word has found its way to- Urr desk It Iis edited by S a Curry lhD and other teachers and publish vd In the great bean bakery of the world Jtoaton Mass at the tow price ofl per year WE don t knew the preeenl common raatha attorney lhr the Frankltn Wood fetti toltcUatrlct but all the same we haill with delight the new that Bob Franklin the erstwhile editor 6f the I JfeMUyrille Eauernrh received the 0 asNStnatiom lib tea wheel horse in tie i1 r 1 u1 party and that he will prevo a powerful prosecutor na one that has ever beard hIm speak can for a moment doubt Dob lived long enough in the mountains to make us feel that be iIs one of us andI heres a h pin hell carry the banneI of victory for tho Democratic party in its district next fall ft 0 I EDITORIAL excellence and typographij cal triumph are so beautifully blended in the Sunday Dispatch as to bo bewitch ing If the sample sets tho standard it I I will be n star in the galaxy of groat pa I pom in this and other states In short elmcs a beaut i a poem and a pansy an caster lily and a lilac n tuberose and n I touch menot Wo tip our tile to time Dispatch and hope she may continue to grow In grace nail be over surrounded by frco silver circle of success What I will the star eyed poddcw that painted harlot with her chameleon complexion and characteristics do now for a living Her charms can no longer have n marI ketable value with a beautiful roil pure damsel like the Louisville Dispatch as her rhalITlIK May meeting of the Kentucky racing Association Ht Lexington begins on Monday next and will end on Mon day May 10 The seven days sport thus promised will embrace some of the most exciting equine contests ever wit nessed upon that famous old course and it ISH gratifying to notice the interest manifested in the meeting by the enter pricing busine men of Lexington j There will he live races mach day and every purse bus been Milucrihcd to byI some firm in the city When people pull together they generally make a ucj1 cess and the coining meeting at Lexing ton will prove the truth of the assertion The association has our thanks forJa handsome Press Badge and catalogue butts of which reflect credit upon our friend of other days D N Zimmerman the elite printe- rT MonaonlsBi I Rev IIE Mann pastor of Methodist church at this place being well informed i on the doctrine of Mormnnixm reqnestH i u4 to publish the following for the benefit of any who may be Interested There nru in our midct two Mormon elders 1 know nothing personally of these men but I do know of their doc trine mud on time principle that u man ii IN no better than the cause he advocated ii people should beware 1 give below 1I few clippings and would be glad to furnish a complete history of their doctrine aril life to anywho desire itjj Whatever strikes at time Ipeace mind t purity of tho home strikes at time very foundation of Christian civilization and if Mormoniim should succeed it simply transplants the nyilcm of the Moslem to America aim the free happy civilized American would become the umtpcakjI able Turk and the horrid butcheries of I Armenia would become familiar scenes in Amtricn May God prevent the davI R v R P Orr in Central Methodist Mrs It H Menifce time daughter of Jouctt the famous Kentucky artist and a resident of Louisville gives an interesting account ofR visit paid by her to Nauvoo shortly after Joseph Smith was killed and before the exodus of the Mor moos began Irom Illinois Mrs Men i fee conversed with both prophet11rsher liuftband and when linked by ho I visitor for her opinion of pointed to her 5004 and MurnwnillltII claimed that she would drowned in the bottoms of the MUsietdppl ricer them that they become Mormons j This testimony from the prophets own wife who was certainly in a portion to judge of the worth of MormoniMii iis very good evidence to prove the utter religl0uPIdlipCullingwood Eight Feet Lug and Three Feet Wide Cuunty Judge Charles G Richie us n matter of curiosity calculated what will be the sice of tho ballot that will be used at tho November election Time result of tho calculation was that the ballot would corer a sheet of paper about eight feet in length and three feet in width The calculation was made on tho fob lowing basis Altogether there will bo eightyfoim Candida tea under each party device and allowing one inch for each candidate and twelve inches for tho margin and party devices this will takeI paper ninetysix inches or eight feet iin length From present indications Judge Richie thinks that there will be from six to ten different tickets which will re quire the width of about three or four Incurs which will make the width of the ballot between two aUld three feet Louisville Pest Blood and Nerves arc very closely related Keep tho blood rich pure and healthy with Hoods Sarsaparilla and you will have no nervousness afterdinnerrtllsald laimwmmwmmwmmwmmwmmmwmwmmwmt F GREAT CLOSING SALE E IIm LOUIS GUS TRAUS 1 E LEXINCTON KY r 1 E 1 attn rr The Best I d I r I 1 I j eI = ci I I j 4 I I n A GOOD The Hazel Green 00 World 1 00J2 00 Until Papers One Year 1 cJ5I The Hazel Green 00 7b1 75 llotli Papers One year 1 ro AND STILL IbId Orecn 00 1 OOlIlOl Doth Topers One Year 1 f THIS IS A The Huzcl nrtt n 00 lost 5 tN Jca 00 llnlli Papers One Year J 70 YOU CANT MIS8 THIS i 00I Until Toper tne Year 1 2 JUST LOOK AT TillS The lintel1 Green 1 00 Twice IWeck 1 00J 00 llotli Tapers One Your 1 50f The Hnzol Green 00 Home it Faun OI1 M Doth IuperM One Year 1 2 5 ONCE i The Hiizel Ont1I 1 00 I The I Ill 00 Doth sue year I 810 l THE BEST OF The Hazel Green 1 00 I 1 0112 00 Doth Papers One Year 1 oi pfTTM offer Is open to new who pay one year in advance and to nil old who pay up arrears und roe year in advance Now In the liinu to Send for sample copses in the United States will lie in with TllK and our allowed the discount Address THE Hazel Green Ky S B Will be in lifliel Green this spring with n lull line of the latest soil newest styles of Goods at the lowest prices and asks the la diet to await her coining before their spring J WITH W M 00 IOBBBRS IN Im KY J D The of the public ii solicited Table the best and every to the comfort ofguests T A 0 33ft ZeV tand and r f Kentuctg1 ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED IIMAIL EEWhen you visit Lexington do not fail toI 3 EEcallon Louis Gus TAKE YOUR CHOICE HERES THING Hern1cl1 ThrlutuWeek HERES ANOTHER IltmlllJ1Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer ANOTHER- The lIemltlJIxiulnvlllp Weekly rnmtnrcinl CORKER HerultlJLouisville livening 00Ilternld1CUllrrJollrllnl ANOTHER BARGAIN IIIrltllJJsemimonthly MOREiHCfllcl1Cosmopolitan monthly ALLlIferald1Louisville Weekly Dinpiitch ubrlbcr iulmcrllicr subscribe ifeffAny publication tarnished connection jHrHALU iiioHcrihcra HERALD iNEW MILLINERY MRS KASH Fashionable Milliner Millinery making purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES W SEITZ KERR Hardware Agricultural ttmintsI- RONTON 0- COMBS HOUSE CAMPTON IIOLLON PROPRIETOR patronage traveling respectfully attention JLVXiBKE Physician Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY- 1teT3urgery obstetrics specialty 500 Suit 750 Suit 1000 Suit in fll Straus DEATHWhnen career bus a horrible sound to any but the t saintly Itut in the vcnxu we use it it refers to the annihilation of ligh prices sod renders everybody happy especially in hard times See our prices on u few stapler a ArblCoffee15Cper Suar6cImcrMen CAs90chlleI SODA4cPiEACHES 10cJ 1Klght0nSjiound QQOCO lOnHalf KpiWhen you want Iliirgain you can be gratified by calling on 7aF IEB1JEi Jlf cx- l MIZE KENTUCKY Merchantable taken in Exchange for Goods otherwise Cash J M HAVENS PRACTICALIiIi v 1 Jeweler and Watchmaker i1HAZEL GREEN KY riE aKeepsJ n full line of JewelryIdi 1 1iRepairing Fine Watches and Gold Syeotaolos xSpecia1tyIf you need in the Jewelry or Fine Silverware see us We can save you big money IL U = t WioftesIere Bank WINCHESTER KY K H WITHERSPOON President 11 D 11UNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chianti farmers traders and business men generally throughout astern Kentucky and offers its customers every aclllty1ant1 the most liberal terms within t legitimate banking octlSly TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK UT STERLING KY CAPITAL 1200000 SURPLUS 80000 0M nifiSTAFF President- G L I PruldentW 0We solicit the business ofmer chants farmer tradand business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general bankliiir bulneii done Gin us a chance to tend you a bank book war your check and loan you money when In need W W THOMPSON Cuhser 2z 1R cO j AP- II I i IiSE I tAll Other Goods in Proportion y l Produce P i a anything Line I L I e J respectfully T OOLVIN W wren TRIMBLE BROTHERS WnOI8SaI8 Grocers MT STERLING KY FLOYD BYRD A Campton K- YATTORNEYATLAW fifAbstracts of title furnished cones FguaranteedConnected Mt Sterling Ky in civil practice OIIAS FJ1 DyaDy ATTORNBYATLAW CAMPTON KY jR9Collections kpeclslty HOWARD STAMPER Ji A ATTOnaEYATLA OAMPTON KY Will pnctlee In the courts ofWolfe and tW adlolulug counties All business entrust to ou care will receive prompt attention r Jr- rb si 1 J I i- I THE HERALD Yir f ili bhf IILOCAL LACONC5r a- ta Good green coffee 12Jc at the J T Day Racket Store i A Mr Gaines of Frankfort has rented the hotel att Torrent JT Day left Saturday for Torrent Mt Sterling and other points A good cook can find n good situation by applying immediately at this office Tom Mayne representing nail War field Co was a guest of the Day House Monday night Shoes nnd slippers away down In price hut high up In quality at the J T Day Racket Store Miss Luis Allen of White Oak and J H Fugute of Grassy enrolled in the Academy Monday K 0 Amo+ with Ford Eaton Co Cincinnati was registered at the Oar House Monday night Edward Day who went to Clay City with J1 B Thompson and family returned homo Tuesday Charley Russell lug measurer for the Center lumber company was in town Monday and Tuesday H C Swnngo1Vltite Oak has sold Ju house and lot in Hazel Green to Mrs Kliru S0N1111of Toliver Uncle loe Clark left Tu mlny morning for Maytown where he iis engaged in building a mill for W WMnnkcr i Preaching at the Methodist church Saturday cveninc at 730 also Sunday morning and evening by the pastor Capt Dickson with Mosby Raum ft Ooereve Cincinnati interviewed our merchants Monday as to the grocery trade It1 Mclln and John Evans returned Saturday from Torrent where they were engaged last week Invoicing the store of JT Day Henry llIt luck representing the hoot mid shuts house of McMillan Hnzcn R Co Knoxville Twin was a guest of the Day Ilouse over Sunday T A Eastridge of Pahitsville will be here early in 11nyturd will remain same time Ho will be ready to tale and llnish pictures when ho cones There will be baptismal services at the river Friday afternoon at ft oclock Seven persons will he baptised into the name of the Father and of the Sun and tf tfie Holy Spirit u Is advertising ueccsviry Of ioune it Isnt neither is the telegraph our the limited train j bnt when it ccmcs to making quick connections theyre mighty convenient Press and Printer Subjects for sermons at the Christian church Sunday morning nod evening are Why Seek God nlldIIAnd Cue dltlons for Taking tho Way of Life To both services all arc cordially Invited Never go away CItIhone without a bottle of Dr Dells Pine Tar Honey Change of climate change of apartments or exposure may bring on a cld which nothing but this famous remedy will cure On account of the great Wullncashows the Lexington and Eastern railway will Boll round trip tickets to Lexington on Monday May JJ nt one and one third faro for the round trip return coupons good until May I A man must be pretty well cowered with muss not to be a regular advertiser A family down in Florida lost their child and utter falling to find it for twe days put a twenty fve notice in the paper and the next morning they were Hiirprised to sec an alligator on the steps where ho bad disgorged tho child alive and then died himself Press Printer The ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity will be pleased to learn that they will fioon hove an opportunity of Feeing theI finest display of millinery poods ribbons notions etc ever brought to Hazel Green Mrs S B hull who has been In Louisville for tho poet Jew month will return in n few days nnd on Friday and Saturday of next week May 7 and SI misplay to tho admiring gaze of the ladies au entire new stock of the latest patterns of millinery WastedtoBell Spring beds and braces patent lock pinI clevis TurkoRtifulan baths and appll seas In connection for physcinnsand specialties Addresa J M Havens Ha zel Green Kyif The series of meetings at the church closed on Monday ChristianII wore seventeen sermons and sixteen ad ditions to tbo church Rev White ITOB I tho esteem and love of all Christians in our midst His sermons were clear andII forcible always magnifying Jesus His love for humanity Tho story of tho cross was effectively ImpleII seated and there was glorying only Inii tho cross of Christ through which we I are saved Tho church at Midway of gavehimwhich I members may well feel they hud thing to do hi the salvation of these IIlmcI At the close of tho service on Monday evening the congregation sang Oaf be With You Till We Meet Again and bade Mr White good bye and sent by him kindly greetings and hearty thanks to the church at Midway All would be glad to hear this until of God again should ho be ably to visit hero in tho future A Portsmouth Oapechii to the Cin cinnati Enquirer dated April 28 gives the following startling Information Henry Nickell and Mis Anna Wells a runaway couple front Wolfe county Kentucky were married here yesterday I at the courthouse They lord attempted to secure a licence at Ironton but wore refused as they stated there that bride was but 17 She apparently a thlII on the trip as hero her ago was given as 21 Nickellis 32 One Thousand More Wanted I Irl HKWITTTKX April itI18T SriiSCKii Cooiini DearSir1nn 1111 find enclosed 1 for which you will give me credit on subscription j also please j change my address from Hewitt to Waco I I With best wishes I am very truly yours HBSI F QUIOKSALI I I LANK KY April 241597Gents I received my paper hero is your money for it Free silver docs bushim dont it GKOIMIBSKW 111 u + Maytown Missiles II A1ty hits returned from Cindii anti and reports a nice trip I hind enclosed Mibxcription to Til HKKAII fur John MI Henry Maytown KyMr larger representing Hartnw lien demon t Co Hiintinglon W nIletlt Sunday in town as tin guest of W IP Sample Your Mortwasnround town1i most of tho tiny It was reported that Bro J T Sexton had been seen at work lust week sowing and plowing in outs Wo waited on Bro Sexton and he said it was true but to nV i nothing about it for people will talk Quito a delegation him passed here ti day from Siillwator In attend Squire JI MMiirphyV court Wo noticed Attar Hey Hyrd in tho crowd Alioul two or three boys from Stillwiiter funned H en partnership in the wholesale harness and saddle business anti now from every appearance ttulnythe creditors are try j lag to find out who is head of the firm It is said time business manager is worth aboutMX or scvo l thousand dollars and if that be true the firm ought to be IInlI vent j April 27 WISHUJJS I jambs Jingles Mrs Amanda Franklin is verysick Harbin OHalr huts roved lib family to the Jambs There will be preaching at the Caskey school house Sunday IHnlllil McCluro und George Lawson loft yesterday for Clark county II Dock II Stamper has killed over 800 squirrels and cleared I12 acres of new ground since the I1rt of March Richard Wells left last Friday night without letting any one know where ho was going and has nut been heard of sinceApril 2 j Awx Arbuckle cnlhe JAc or 7 pounds for a 1 at the J T Day Co Racket Stow TAX SALE School District No 7 Wolfe county Ky As treasurer of the above named ilUtrict of 1897 between theon the 29th lay May hour of 10 oclock n in std 4 oclock p HI at the courthouse door I will proceed to sell at public outcry to tar school tuxes due me l1li treasurer of tbo above named dlitrliit for the years 1893 PHI the laid of till followlnif named person situated with 1 h said district or no much thereof ut may be needful to puy the taxes due and rash as indicated hereto The lund levied on as the property of Wilt Steneer who Iis tine 118 for taxes 11a hounded on thft ibnth by the lauds of J F Allen cast by Joseph llirrli and Joseph Spencer north by Henry Alexander west by John IL Ilortoq nnd Lum Spencer and lilted lu the name of Wot Spencer drew under au hnnll Ihli Aprll2u 18D7 JOSEPH IIAURIS Tress School Dist No 7 Yolte Co I Advcrtiiing fee 1 k v WANTED 1 r- er I 1000 Pounds of Bacon 3000 You Owe UsI And all the good trade Of Wolfe and Morgan Counties ooodoooooooooczaoooodoooo 4 1 1 1Nowwo Iny us down to sloop 8 Wo pray tho Lord our goods to keep t Unless tho CASH for thorn wo got sweatIllQOQO I f 8 man with soul aodond lGIJlGIJHrtathrsthcre himself hath said It till I am dead rt A Co for meat and i nlbrtud1 I II H F CO q Friends the People HAZEL GREEN KY A sS4 + Cn = + 4nL+ + + +j=ti d W = L+4 +n + v +CL C 12 Wr SHORT STREET LEXINCTON KY t lflRogulnr 25 cents to at all Breakfast from C to 9 n m Dinner from10 a in to U p m Suppor from 5 to 9 p m Oysters Lamb Fries Fish No More Bard Times If you sleep on tho patent self adjust jug biiN nf besscmer steel warranted tin yciiro Manufactured by I J M MiviMH Iripn Ky I J It I l o of Mii are now Irbnlkle o illc at IITu a pound I SHE IFFSSSOLE FOR TflXES j i l LitlI i year nuniedbelow Jnr one of toy i ties willnn MONDAY the 3rd DAY OF MAY IS 7 ItKlwciMi the hours of 9J I j oVIink it in and 4I oclock p m at llllj 1uurthouM dour In the town of Cainpton I Wolfe county Kentucky It buliif countyji j rourt duy nt public sole to the highest anil best bidder for iiihli In mud i the hag real estate or HO much thereof I us will be necessary to M tlilV the fiillowlng lux Dual cat on Ensue towlt i Iliiilknii Henry iiII oats of land ml I I joining tbo of Nuider i District No r for the year 18JJ to and Costs14 ail IIollliiKMWiirth 1Itebereii JS acres of lard iidjolnliiK the lunch of Win i IViiee DlNtriit Nn fl fur tint your total tux nod east 2 11111i ItHIi ncres ol land adolniiiK the liiiulH of Kdiuon ljiw sun DUtrlit No 0 biiluncu due for I the year lS9t tux and cost I Kl ArnolllllamiH H III acres mil hind adjoining time lands of IIL U lItuut- u District No 4I fur the ycur 181H- Itotul tux and cost 10- Urukl jI I of land adItobert 120 mien II ioliiing time liiinU of Colbert 1iiyne District No 4 for the year 18HI to i tad tax and tort InFikher 8M acres of bind I ndjolnlng the lards of ThoniiiN Tur ner District No 4 fur the year 1890 total tux and eatIi 1 otter ID S C M 1J73 ueren of lain adjolnlni the land ol IholllnII Turner District No 4 for thu year ISOil total tax mind Burt JO 1 Turner serer ofl hind sal Ihollllllli3I of n S C M District No 4 fur the ellfII 1800 total tax and1 cunt GJ Trimble J II 808 uiren of Und ad 14iII lolnlng the land of Themes Turner DUtrlet No 4 for the limO mail tax and LminiberC18OnneresofIand- adjoining cost Iii i1I I Und of J iii Tmilber DUtrlet No3 fur the year 1800 to till tax and cot 80 8J Honker S P 125 acres ut lund nil jolnlnc the hind ol HT JIll trict No 31 for the year 1890 total tux null cotununuu 4 741 Sally 1a one town lot in Lee City 111strlct1 o I fur the years 1892113 Ill total tux and costuunn 9I WI This April 7 1897 8 II WILSON 8 W C ByJ K COUKKKHVM D8 W1RLLIS fJ WELER II AZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wapmakers mnklnir tools and mat Having Iciued time known HI the oatIpurohused complete line of black n lhlllg amid wagon t rlulK nre prepvreu 10 do all ofwork In our line and nt time most reasonable rate Giro us a call andI a trial Respectfully W J WALLiS 0 W WHEELEll t I There are some men wo know fullI well Who voter such a tale could tell towl1Ij The place where there no winter Others wo know to friends are just To such we never say You must HTheyreAmen PIERATT W of =C i ti L ENGLISHsKITOHENMeals Moats ordor hours SpecialtyH sprint uuulo lliiil iVHusk selling ilepn II tpocii Iullou bindn JHIIICS 1111111 Jiinies V110 1crmollu Putter Irvine Drake stop kinds P6oooppobpp6bbppppooppc666booop66o66666o6ooooooood NORMAL PREPARATORY I 16J1JQa n k LIt I THE iJftjit Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky iIiIiIiTHE NEXT TERM OF TEN WEEKS WILL BEGIN r 8MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 1to 1I tj1JIOltOUGJ ItEVIEW1gl Of the Public School Course will be I Jlrcpllrci8110IrfrShlllll8 In the Regular Course may be taken without extra costtSSt tog 500 Matriculation 100 IXHonrd fL000 g jE rEntor on tho 20th 4 oOiWM II COHD Principal- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ0000000o000000300000000000000000 n Qu ROSE iitiOPRAOTIOALoBL- ACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIIA7EII GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS IWE use tho Boot Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our price and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Patronize Homo People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only nkilled labor every man being an artist In hU specialty and your work IB respectfully solicited tYtll 11f ti blJA TIjE 9REAT 1 ro1 NESS TRAlN1NQ SC LT SOUTH 91gfrI ldlivt9I1IIII1IJ i IIYNiRtei Of wtVTQ IlillitNQ tHI MNTIINR j rJWrtit7M7te7u7il r CCOHIKWICO IY THC UA8fMMHiI1f t r THCCOWtTW err yrON 9U air wAN- RCfAtOCIfvICURNRI jk1 t4 1 THE HERALD THE MEDIUM fFSr AbYjggTWIN cii l 11 L1 li JSJ 7hi J c1 j y j tfjl fI1 n ti i q M fi rot l S u c Iti q TTl L 1HE HERALD14t i SPENCER COOPER J4gNlsdylrJ tfZl1L GREEN t t- P flii THE BEST KTNG may talk of the pleasure of filling a Su t- oilingAnd nation whoso homage 1 j shownjj Ami owning a palace with million of pelf + std nothing to do but enjoying yourself iou tayymihe few who arc doing thoso tlAndtdogi1S tnt If you will only look Intn my door Jill show you u king who inn hamilnoiui t more A I iI t i When days work iIs over with wings on my t31feet tfly to my IIUIIIUIT iiuiliviiiuiv fr atve- tr E nd pnuno on Ito threshold n moment to uw The window Illumlnrr with brlBhtneiA for tai me t And then when I enter my ubjectd who t 1 show rI More lovo and nrfu tlnn than real IUIIKHl i know I 7 Ail vie with the other In Hh hag me there AjWolcoino thats royal and joyful to Hlmro- My beautiful queen wlth tho prlneo In her 0arm p both decked for my comtK nnd Blowing fc with charm Salute mo qw Ifl rqturiicd from a war Though goodby was snld a tow hours t before Sly brave hits appnivnt too hug to Iho hold And wltn u triio boys growing ardor Im Yi polled J- to Kxtonds our a greotliiK vhlchSbnrrhiR Its l jjlNo1 en Joys attr twoillttle lrlncCIqII modcHt and sweat Arid nmilHiurc modelVnf1 mother comiilcte nchnntliuly slip theirsoft finger In mine Aid load mi HO willing right Into my hrIbo hattdrownI thal Ito fit n king I silt t fdowh AndaskhiR a hlckMlng which IklngM n IfUfj 110 A banquet 1 Imvo and un ullllot tu too YSuoh conkingalt hOIllOmuIIIJIlcH pud dln H und tukotlIUhluh only u innkuH y jj Ho dnlniy no wiiolwomc no Bo0iU ev ry- thlnKj Tha quitt I enjoy IH unknown lo u king ttld after the bouquet In Bllpp irn und C downCl I gown I 3 qurumiI I think than a palace hUB mteli t Then after my mibjeotn no loyal with love Am Hunt hy tho random to drvumluiid i ubfivn MMyI qtiehn und her king nettle down to enjoy t J cluJAffulrii of the late hover worry im there No trctiBon Wo fear and noilungtirn wmlaro CUlllIhllltompunlonHlilp rare of the flllrlt and mind NVJtnn coavclcnco serene 1 emu ideejion my s bld- Wlthullt any guard to keep watch on my headeAnd rlsq In the rnornlng to lovingly reign ii Oi1r my little homu kingdom of duur ono uiiuln H C lodgo In Chicago Bun TJIJil BANK 3LVSTEHY ut1vecome judge to nsk if youll let uiu tell you wluit no one on onrtlt dont knew but me bout tint hunk uiya itVy Yea thank you 1 will sit down A lire feels good ou a night IIKo this iulnU often such Uti I hnve n dulice a- tlwkhth of comfort uml luxury AVluit do 1 know tiluntl the bunk mystery JlllldnlcH Judge time thcyojHiitd the intuit that day ten years ago und found the liniik vault brokCj Info anil time tuifu lilowed iipund iio ty u doljar1 goiif I could have toldI I It till Tliq Pctonlu of Tlvvrton aint Bono tiSlk- re ing and wondering bout It yet und there aint never been ntii one llvln us could tell what It nil meant but me ul brought some lutjmershere they are jutlgt wherc Ita nil written down 1 1uudI cairBwear to It if you like I dont want them never need though unless S 1 die and somcthlnt comes up nK would make it bent for my family to know though theres things in it Id ruther die titan Imva cm know If Its nil tho illmo to you judge Id like to tell it to yoii becinn like Id get rid of n lord aunt would be happier and duo easier teeth IdspoHen it out to one llvln human YoiiH bpglad to listen V Thats good of you 1 knowed you was u kind man and a just one tlmtn why I como to youxNollmnnk you I dont smoke I pat oil that money away for me wife anti children liDo you hear that storm Out ldc seems llko the evil powers Was let loose luu cnn t judgeJ out 1l here It comet kind of mulled llko through a those thick curtnlns and It dont uhuku this house like it does some Its this kind of night us makes then huddle together judge and plan how to get rich and hAve flue things such as the- Ilkifr of you Ive been through hall 1 know Ive felt as if I had as good n right to cm as anyone and 1 was hound to have cm tee Iwarntt lirbnglitup to no trade nor nothln1 and fair means fcemln to fall I tbok to the other Yes judge I started out In life n lnlrlyJoSDaallwltyandnoonedldnteatehulwith ffff ifr for anything Oh but it WOK iKlmitlBgl It VM like drink f I rA tiJCouliat hit upMd I coUdht get i 1to r niotijjh aUtj 1 lvn9 In prison anal out then the old story till I married and begun to have little ones Jlheij Iortj lknottguhnt juelPcld tie donctlfngiljcland for the sakefpf my lleu nndJahlldrea L 1hrbkekOsp front Oyrything1 nod liincnlmercttihcrq- no one didntllnowlnir totnrg over agnin I bind some nioney and opened tae roKtiuirmit just opjKJtlte the bntric Long ns jfdhlnVrend the nhi+ n I gait on afillflb t let le see them and I jlr buhcijthrpugh rinjor robberies mid Id lie crazy foruwhilt nthing to hc in it all again Seeln bout my old pals petthrlu trotibl didnt niiike no dif forcnee I lt Time value Oiotigh when I begun to enjoy life dilTercntiy nod to feel my Delf more respeqtabju TncI love for tint old life begun tcr go till I could read about It without glttln nil fired up I thought hen 1 was nil right Then theycuumu hero part of the pang Id belongfd lo First I knowed of It Wllk seoitieun In till ltNI II II Ill lit 1 hplciowd they wtMiit here for no JUllllulilllt must lool my breath away They knowed me quick enough too nnd nothln wouldnt do but I iniiKt join Ill I wits tthe very man they ufinUd I could help em mid I vas bound lo Vm Iwns the itiggest thing theyd undertaken yet the hunk Theyd come on to exlimlne the sltfa lion knowing that Mr Diirkcc the now mill owner would muku a big payment Kimn and1 the money for it would be in the hlllll here If Iher wanrt iny thing else11 tint vould be n hug hatil u himl + othIIoln timid me belli here dt eT led em I do think Ilie devil brought till his fricndH and relntlotiH with him Hint right to tempt me I forgot how to deep mills just couldnt ntny In hurl I wonder I wnrnt In tatters by mornin with the devil tugglii nt mu ilK he did null tryin to keep me out of the room whero my sleepln1 children lay I Itmakes me creep tad perspire nil over now to think u itri t H Yes See them bank people eonie over to my place for lunch best part nl the tlnwlIl111 they nil knourd my little people and the mill people1 knciwei o ii too My oMest boy worked in 1 Mm mill und theyd harm IIH kind us could be when hes sick Christ IIIIIK time theyV good to Viol too nnd there wnrnt n bunk olllccr hut hail rcmcm bend my little people even to tittMitcliiimn Seemed like robbintr my own people soimhow IH hound not to Inform on I he gang tutu iheys bound lo rob tier bank but 1 cursed em III my heart rill cumin just when I vim get tln rid of the old llfo for good nul all Twos nwful Well judge you know how them rooms over the bank WIIH rented to Hart n new daily paper I imidu cm swonr holetnu ns my iiiuue wnrnt to appear nowhere Id plan It nil out amidtlwO sum points aid be ou hit lid nt the litst but I had to lie caul touts They found out when the money wiih to he paid real greed Oil tthe night tie tore for the robbery J hnd It nil mapped out for cm where aunt how they was to loosen up the boards of the flour In their room above M we could break through and lower ourselves Into lhl1I5tolus anti the titulnnaii- Kvorytblng Will rcndy nail we watt pretty sure the money wits pnidP s juettonmllllit V dark as Egypt with the ruin and wind nighttheTim MUCH chuckled to themselves Twits h fortune sure this time and theyd nil be 011 the way to contort nml safety before tiny 1 aint never heel cm HO excited Nothln hadnt gone wrong nail nothin couldnt now We laud svntltiols stnlloncd round to guts limo ulurm limit there wnrnt munch danger on a night like that I oJleuhcn We hud planned HO as to have the I see to ills Hies 1 knowed tho time of nlgljt he did so seen him often from my house across the way through till window of the bank but to make sure wo stationed n man where he could give the signal at the proper time With the wntchtuuu downstairs arch we shut in that vault with solid maconry below us twarut in the rnngu of possibilities for human to hear us fwas plahncd that when we broke through the culling me and one of the others was to go down ilrstwith the lan rentlyfurlo comu down and use thu dynamite acid to bq uui bund to tube out thQmolllV It was just the nfght for such a piece o f work and after I timid examined to dnngmblttelI through the flour and loXvered the lad tier nJIII there Wo wasrlghtImI tit rlglitrormy IhUnlnCRlledtoworkfom went down first ant htn l wqn IalNvny down ho started back 4ytnfn u hoarse kind of whisper Who called mc1 4 No one you fool said llm to Theo he said und he mn past me ci thu ladder someone Is down there f vlct I heard some one say lo back gbnekWoIICug him jaW Jim and me huntD typt y M terns round Ipokln everywhere but there1 wnrnt no ono there l HJ to UliatXthe matter with the foo trltiwouldrtt go so Jim cursed him and lib muhnje begun to get the safe ready tqi blow up Thats u thing as takes time ni4 cnre judgCjbut we went nllt wlthiii u ill nut nevi a y oriJ H +wps socstlii you could almost hcnrJyqilr heart bear when nil of a suddeucoine a snmthercd cry like a womans We stopped WOCK and looked nt each other Jims ftc0 vite mind scared rl What was thnt l he said II 1 often hears em on the street like that HIlIeJ llmcft wUrnt Olttw street It HUlUulj cd close bysaid Jim Wc cOllltlttr hear nothln outside In this place hJNonsense sold 1 dont you mnki n fuel1 of yourself too and spoil all unit I went to work again i- In could set how his hand trembled for nwblle and then got steady ugulnui That must have come through the noih upstairs he sail presently Queer though It soumlod KO climv Then we worked on anti then wiirut nothln more to Ibo heard Ile4u t of the gang might nil hnve been dead men for mull thu sound they made aml we didnt say nothin and so the tight wont on At last we lend It nil ready and were only waiting for the signal i o Mow Ittip nndhuenmoue enough 10 make HSiiill rich fTalnt such ns y6l Van rcalic the excitement mid tic slriiln of such n moment To know Irs till chute nny timid then to have to Valt Its easierwulkin over redhot vitals Its nil right logo on mud worltj but to staystill mead only breathe nod listen gives n man the shivers Presently Jim cniight myarum Soy I thought 1 heard voices did ulIl he whispered TIrl inenupslalrH J said n Sounded down Love lime your pis tol ready hII look my pistol and went round tthe vault again carefully rand then held it up to examine the willis Then I khook my head There warnt no way we could hear no one I Its till queerest place I ever tas in said Jim and 11oc Ill be glad when We aeomit omit Why dont that sifjiwl come suppose theres tiny hotel I swear I hear voices ngnin JustI tlieu come the signal and Jim begun to apply dytinmltc but his bauds Itrembled so and his eyes looked HO wild end excited his own wife wouldnt know him The money the money he whis pered we must have it now We hot out of 1 the troy just in time arid then out came the door The inside door quick sold Jim lit the explosion hitch made that full jsitlci ouch we could just lift It out Have the bag ready said Jim ns he leaned forward to haul out the grunt piles of bank notes and silver we could see by the light of the lanterns h Hands till or you are a deadI man It was n voice that would most have waked the dead I droppedI my bar tumid Jim drew back his hand caught hold of ine with n rlJllllw Iron and we hunto go slowly hock to the ladder The combination is nil right we lute them now they cant escape us We were half up the ladder when we heard the click click of the lock and as wo drew the ladder up after us we could hear the rasping of the hinges of the iron door Fly lly for your lives we ate dis covered said Jim as he went round to warn the men and in time darkness and the wind and tie rain they went away and I aint never wen one ofcm sluice I heard though as when they found there warnt no out there mud the bank people didnt know nothln bout it till the next morning they just believed us the bank was haunted sure j jllllcljsure Tiilut much after nIL Yer see plnyln round with my lit the OUCH I found ns I could make cm hear all kinds qlolscs anywhere I nllllnughlllItvcntrlloqulzln I believe you call It but that nights the lust tine Yer scum acne of the gang didnt know bout that and I didnt keer ever to have em know it now It saved the bank with out 111 Informln I CIUUfurOh no Judge the bank dont owe me nothin Youll pnpersrlunulcyou lemming loo It kind of makes mu feel ensiervvontatnyandtitlci gunlI Youholo1ijdthchutillrlntlIlilyWife and children saved the bunk and Im proud of ni proud of em ITlladclphdalimesb t i Ailuniniitlne Do you thlulc doctor that a portion of the cheek will hove tobroinoven naked the driiniiner- Thercj no other way I will hove to drill and blest just hs n safe blower does in his business Detroit Free Tress tbatI VACANCIES AT WEST POINT SilUtaryVftptVU St fcns toJJ o ViilUnjrOfl tai + Atu iiir Amerleul Youth Klierc are wPTe etiduts nt 1cst Iplut today titan ever before yet there are 40 vacancies Tlie adjutant gcnirnl of the army commratu on the tilling oil during the past year of the number ol students ti civil Kchoolu where military instruction is gives by army olllocrsr detailed for Ithat purpose It is our rcnt talk in cducntlomil cireieu that there is marked decrease of interest In uniforniH drilling and military organi rations among students in schools pri marlly devoted to prephrlng hils and young taco for civil life On the other hand there Iii a great and constantly inerennliig desire among tutu people of this country for decora tions Hiltons nnd other Insignia ore worn by half till people olie iiicctn Ncit only does this dtxirlsldty itself alt tin incident of the present political in iciest i nud excitejncnt but every lit voclatlou 111 matter for what purpouc fecmrf disposed tto distinguishI Iitself by sonic kind of but ion medal badge or ribbon This Is easily noticeable nt Washington nino ig tilt liiindrcds of ex iirslons 6f joeletics schools pcrmaI 11I lIt organisations apdl clubs that dill IllS the year go there to see the en phial if tint nation It would appear front this that the military split of tint people thai fora number of yours IIIIH induced ouryoung men to voluntarilyl submitI to some what of the hardships of military edu cationt is growing less na tthe pined of pellet grows longer while nt the tattle tune fondness for display Is in creasing Hut In truth there isn reason beneath mill this for the falling oil of intefcHt in military lust rnutltin iuieivil sehdbls The pomp and circiiiuHtancc of Will 1111 very attractive lint our youth have learned enough under tuition of regular aunty instructors to discover tint tie work of preparation iis extremely arduous and icstrletlve of other paths of pleasure and entertainment perhaps quite as prolltablo in the walks of life tiny arc destined lo follow The rude long recognizedi 1y other tint itls is nun appearing to us that in time of puttee it is ill pussililu to engage aul rein in ttile interest of young men tit III in their educationalI experience iin tthat constant unremitting teaching IX- JOrlItIIUIIIII1lnlJIIIlilllrlttSItlItial to thet lit tiiiauucnt of oven a ivxpoctable standard of military instructionPhilad- dphda11uuie PICTURESQUE SIENA Sin In tilt Typical tIhlo City ol Tiimuny Siena like a true duughlerof 1onie Iis lhro21dsumperhly upon many hills lint the wolf artl the Itwins watch over a medieval city and the ancient Colo alit Julia ScnciiMH holds higher than any other Italian town save Florence tic double symbol oT church munch state Iin till twiddle ages the tuners of the cathedrall and of the public palace Wo hUH scon the city in ninny phases under black clouds with hailstoncM shining in stonilystrugglings21ulight against the sculptures of Von te Cain and tho rid ii slcainlcts rushing down its steep streets und we have seen it set like a town in n iiiiHsalbordcr igainst n still tint blue background of sky we have seen it from till terraces of the Dttcrvnnxn rising above its walls which t oirlimitf till intormedlate valley and from diHtniit southern Monte Olivcto its towers of the Mnngin mind the en the drill dwindled to mere pin point We have strolled through Its narrow streets at till times mulch nt nil seasons have blinked at the dazzling facade of the Duomo In the glare of noon Lund lingered in the groat cniiipo when it lay white and still in the chill moonlight Wu have watched the gray bleak hills ou which the town is pedestaled turned tto freshest tciidcrcst green we bays climbed the slopes of the olive orchard trod looked through nkiirrying snow lakes at the rampartH rising above us and from every point trout without her Hales and within her walls from the towers nlKive mind the valley below Slum makes non imprcsKion only upon UH Etruscan town toman colony as she was the middle ages sot their seal upon her tend she is the typical gothic cityof Tuscany almost of ItalySerib tiers A llnttrry of Kyn A method of repressing tot rpittlng hiiblt against which thug are now milk ln r n crusade in Baltimoreis suggested by a llaltimore woman This is her jiian Whenever a title passenger on- III street car begins to expectorate lot ry woman aboard jHtlopl ntfudlly I elipeellliImuch feeling shown in a glance if the guilty follow were iucllnsd to be course night subject one to nn Insulting re mark Hut each female face should wear a tyeil bred air of otTctided del icacy and Kinprise There Lc not n tour an out of ten in this city I will venture to assert who will not understand how KlllgclookTli OldFtuhloncd titan nut wont youhatyCrowd tTo tell the truth I dont mind ad mitting that I object to it mostly be tbnuUte 1 WarmRich nourishing blood In wlnterkeeps tho aYl- t Ui hoalthy and strong nnit words off cold lOvcrj tfrioatnoutana bronchitis itJb flvcfl jij HoodsSarsaparillaThe hostIn suit the Ono True Illooil Pnnflrr I IHoodt5 Pills are the htatir eucrj pills uld digestion 25c 1I Ulllr ten In RuKola Whim M Iobtcdnostoir became the head of tho holy synod in litiMiin it wnfj reckoned thnt the duyn of tIll ills nont rs wore numbered He would wiun nt amp titan out In simile however of ctturfyIncrencdLSOOooi of them without reckoning the old believers who are ISOROOQO Iii ror A Large Itlra primarybnttcrypotency I lint mu big sluip will be able tugo to America with its motive power in clofcod in a jim pot foe discovery wan nintkv accidentally by two Scotch boss mil has been taken up by several Scotch men of large nicaiiH and cf conxtderai lo business experience A Blind Mayor The Abcravon lICnglnud town coun cil lately unanimously elected as mayor Tilr llqnrv UiehartlH who Iis totally blind A Tlicrinoiiiiitii Free Warners Hare CUI Co of Hochc trr X Y iiio hoiiilliii out u limited number of ac curate spirit tlionnoiucicrH unuluulcilIrvin VW ilenrcoa liolow 7011 lolJO degreesi ubikti and mounted on heavy Ixil inch card Innnl III red timid green hy moil fret to any mid dross oa receipt of two cents hi Kiatajis in pay postage To bo sure mho free lKiini tion of Uu thcnnninetcrn Is Intended Umnl vcrllso the celebrated Wiiniers Stile Kill i noy nml llvui Curo fccc mlvi rrjhihr d1 mums lull ncvcrlhe less they will tit HNU to ho UHtfal an will ns nnitiiinitil ijiic nrtleliM for till Inline or oftlce und ts Ill r worth till little It cubic and cx cuso ol sundlng for them ItlI IMIJJT pillo BCO why yon rili Mr lilKKHlaillurnJiiwcd f Uliy IKNIIIIM dis i DruuklsnLife i h Tin MronKTCKl Iortlllouttnn Against dUoiisc ono which enable u to un JiiiVo vita atited tirk4 trout hurl fid rhtnuUi Inllnunces cxpoaiirc ovorwork and hut ugur IH till visor that Iis imparted to u dchlliiatcii pliyMiquo by tlio pcerlcns nnillc nal IIrc YOUI1IIljj Kular development may he fur Inferior to I his VlRor iniilie t sound pmd liprsti Ji and sound repose two bessuics coifcrrrtlV by the hitters which remedies iiaaul rhouuiutlci nervous and kidney truatd- r1VnrcantcnugetanneeidnntinsnriP GriunpylI Illcause heyi sny Im nolul to dodge bicycles Detroit lice Pns NoT Itita fur fifty CenttOvnr V lMrJfiuctl WhyinillnlXnTo Tj J regulate in rumovu yoiuilcsirc roe toiiic Saves iniincy iiiiiUcs liiallli mill 111IJ1 CUIlI iiarantec lVX mind 1 lNJullttrur- Ax Atchi oM than nnd his wire arr 1x4 int iliciikintr loriiiH IKVIIIISH Ill saM lie ni dttell his rubbers fro mi lora AUliUnii tiiiw U A 511Ia H niiu lame 8t Jacobs OI cures it nil tho saute- M IT robs the world for a man of ability to live in Idluuews Itainu Horn IMNS mind aches break down St Jiicoba Oil builds up and minibus with a cure Titr nmn who wears n hair shirt limits those who dress comfortably Hams Horn n 1nti1- t Locltinvari who nccoull v dug to the V story talll nway with his 1 bride did oat1iI II I oneIl 6J devotedlyI titan n thou sand honest73f husbands of 31 the present day love their s i wives No novcliit could invent a story of truer manly devotion than time humble romance revealed by the following letter from Mr i H3rryCbmt ofur 1I1Ila11 Avenue I S Dallas Texas MIwasworkingM to say to out of them 1 hope II will tint rain nl IhlldlluThtyourwielIar years my wife lind ten uaerlnK from what the doctors called J1roloJ1n1 of ntcnis Sltl palpttalioni a11IeiteI the doetot1l nod all for on JOIIiI an nanc did hn I nnvpood We ttccnii to think that slit nas IICVTI I going to tet writ I told tliUi man what the doctor mid wan the matter with tier nnd lie said dill you ever IIMI j talchimnotleave 4 Jthnctl4mykfne I went to the shrug utore Str mlcIjjon Klin Street nnd bought n bottle The nod second did not seem to have much effect but the third seemed lo work like n charm she inn todayUnited States This IH not the only case When ever I hear tell of any woman who IIii sick in UK neighborhood IJustsendthe hook nml paper tlml tiltbUllluC51 Cltdoof rpiritft now Dr IIercee Pleasant rcllet cutc constl patio promptly and permanently d Ir cc HEAVENLY 1ECUfC ITIO The Happy Family cf Loved Ones Will Bo There carl I She Smites or lhOIfpn n foreWin tveicuwe Ur llrer iAtu That laud Wlmro Iartliifc U No Wort Sur uiou by JUv T Vl z lJuVltt Tatnmce Dr Talmagu has been for a fow days prcathing cud lecturing in Chicago Minneapolis and St Iaul and IIIser mon is on a theme whlctt will iibsor + Ingly interest till who read It He rc turns In a few days to Washington The subject is Heavenly Recognition and the text II Saw xii i3 Ishall go to Him I There is a very Hick child In the abode of David thu King Disease which talks up the dark lano of the poor and puts its smothering hand on lip and nostril of thu wan and wasted also mounts tho palace stairs and bending1 over the pillow blows into the face of a young prtncc the frosts or pain and death Tears are winu to the King of Terrors Alas for DaVid the King lie can neither sleep nor oat and Ica prostrate on his face weeping and wailing until the palace rings with the outcry of woe What are courtly attendants or vie torious armies or conquered provinces under such circumstances What to nay parent is nil splendid surrounding when his child is sick Seven days kayo passed on There in that great house two eyelids are gently closed two little hands folded two little feet quiet ono heart stilt The servants coots to bear tidings to the Icing but they can not make up their minds to tell him and they stand at thu door whispering about the matter and David hears them and hu looks up and nays to them Is thchillI dead Yes ho is dead David rouses himself upwashes himself puts on new up parch and sits down to food What power hushed that tempest What strength was it that lifted np that king whom grief has dethrpucd Ob it was the thought thai he would come ugaiji into the possession of that dar ling child No gravediggers spade could hide him The wintry blasts of death could not put out the bright light There would be a forge somewhere that withsilverhammer would weld the broken links In a city where the hoofs of the pale horse never strllto the pavcriicitt lc would clasp Ida lust treasure He wipes away the teats from his eyes and he clears the choking grief Iron 1 hie1 throjit and ex hthKfWas If we part on earth will wu meet again in the next world Well says some one that seems to bean Impossibility Heaven is so largo wo never could find our kindred there Going into some city without having appointed a time and place for meet- Ing you might wander around fur weeks and for montlisuiid perhaps for years and never see each other and Heaven is vaster than all earthly cit- Ies together and how are you going to find your departed friend in that coun try It is so vast a realm John went npion one mountain of inspiration amlhc looked off upon the multitude and he said Thousands of thou sand Then he canine upon a greater altitude of inspiration and looked off upon it airaSn and ho said Tun thousand times ten thousand And then ho carne on a higher mount of in fipirqtionund looked oil again and ha said A hundred end forty and four thousand and thousands of thousands And he came on a still greater height of Inspiration anU ho looped off again and exclaimed A great multitude that no man can number Ndw I ask how are you going to throngasthatentertaining afttlr nil a falsity Is recognItoroffriendsI whim or IsHn granitic foundation upon which the soul pierced of all ages may build a glorious hope Intense questions Everyhcart in this audience throbs right into it There is in every soul lucre tlio v tomb ufIat least one dead Tremendous gyivurand1 nature thrill Shall wo know cChIother there I get letters almost ovary month asking me to discuss this 5uhI scholarlyhind mQtosayAimwants n curious question solved Hut 1 get another letter It is written withIa trembling hand and on what seems nndtheroand I say Oh that is a broken heart and it wants to be comfortedI takethisregion sur mise and speculation into tho region of positive certainty People say ItIwood be very pleasant If that doctrine truePerhaps bringI1nI1rgumentto thedoctrineplainlyand that the kiss of reunion at tho ce thedyingsepulcherNowyou arc going a 1 rightklndoftimbeyou the framework qf the very Vest ma terials the keelson stanchions rtt4 planks 7- Jl Sr T rA dub arcounter ttmbet1Fnsestansoms-align iron or solid oak You may build aship of lighter material but when the dowDNowmat3pbeautifulithebriee world mdtheyhavo smooth sailing In the world but fplien tho storms of sorrow como npon us anti the hurricane ttf death founderedofOodsattilturorecognltlonUvely aslmpliedfriendsthatstrongest triode of nfllrmation Your friend trav homoIlc you to prove that there are such places as London anti Stockholm anti Paris and Dresden and Berlin but his con i Biblodoesit as all np and down its chapters take I it for granted I shallgoIt be to David to go to his child if he would riot know him Would David t ftlclpatlonI iantlollmiion1WcAbraham died and was gathered to his people Jacob died and was gathered to his people Moses died und was People1Vhytheir old companions Of course It means that It can not mean anything else So in the very beginning of tho Bible four times that is taken for granted Thu whole New Testament is nn arbor over which this doctrine creeps liko nT litxuriuntvino full of the purple clusters of consola tion James John and Peter followed Christ Kato the mountain A light fulls from Heaven on the mountain and lifts it into the glories of the ce lestial Christs garments glow and His face shines like tho sun Tho door of Heaven swings open Two spirits come and alight on that mountain rcfJlInl1oif those disciples standing on the carlh whohailtoll ma that WCIwilh our heavenly eyesight will nut bo able to rccogiiixu those who have gone out trout among us only 5 10 JO HO years ago The Bible indicates over and over again that the angels know each other and then the Bible says that eye arc to be higher than ungols anti if tho angels have the power of recog nition shall not we who arc to bo higher than they in the next realm have as good eyesight and as good capacity What did Christ mean in lIlt conversation with Mary and Martha when he said Thy brother shall rise again It was as much as Fo say Dont cry Dont wear your selves out with this trouble You will 9ce hint again Thy brother shall rise again rime Bible describes Heaven as a great home circle Well now that would bo n very queer homu circle where the members did not know each other The Bible describes death as asleep If we know each other before wu go to sleep shall wo not know each other after we wake up Oh yes We will know each other a great deal better then than riots For mm says tho Apoktfc we see through a glass darkly but there face to face It will be my purified enthroned and glorified body gazing on your purified enthroned and glorified body Now I demand If you believe the Bible that you take this theory of fu tfire recognition outof thu realm of speculation und surmise Into the re glen of positive certainty and no more keep saying I hope It is so I have nn idea it is so 1 guess It is so Ho able to saywith all tho concentrated energy of body mind and soul I know it is sot There are in addition to these Hibla arguments other reasons why I accept tills theory In the first place because the rejection of it implies time entire obliteration of our mumory Can IIt be possible that wo shall forget forever those with whoso walk look manner wo hal been so long familiar Will death nomo and with a sharp keen blndo how away this faculty of mean ory Abraham said to Dives Son remember If tho exiled and tho lost remember will not tho unthroned re memberYou very well that our Joy In any circumstance is augmented by the companionship of our irlenllsWe can not see a picture with less than four eyes or hear a song with less than four cars Wo want some one beside us with whom to exchange glances and sympathies and J suppose the joy of heaven is to bo augmented by the fact that wu are to hove our friends with us when there rises before us the thrones of tho blessed and when there surges up in our ear tho jubilate of the saved Heaven la not a contrac Lion It is an expansion If 1 know you hero I will know you better there Hero I see you with only two eyes but there the soul shill have a million eyes It will bq Immortality gJ7ruron immortality ransomed spirit in colloquy with ransomed spirit victor beside victor When Jolja Evans tho Scotch minister was seated in his study his wife cams la rind said to himhfydear do you hint wo will know each other In Heaven Ho turned to her and said itlfy dear dp you thiV UV re will be 1 r bigger fools in Heaver than we are herby Again I accept this T doctrine of fu turn recognition bccauso the worlds anraglsd form of religion planted Itfc Noiforra alfgrmssentiment a feolihrf rid anticipation j universally planted mast have been kmplaateeIt1 t writes Who would not part with a great deal to purchase a meeting with Orpheus and Homer If it bo true that this is to be the consequence of death 11 oftenAmongmaster tiles his servant sometimes slays him self that lio may servo the master in the future world Clccrp liVing before Christs coming said Oh glorious day when I shall retire from this ov and sordid scone to associate with the uivine assemblage of departed spirits f justfbet of sons and most faithful of men fortitude SURfby the consoling reflection tuft wo- could not long bo separated limo Norwegian believes It The In dian believes It The Greenlander be lieves It Time Swiss believe it Time Turks believe it Under pvcry sky by tlworyisvernally implanted must be God im planted curd hence a right belief limo argument is irresistible Again I adopt this theory becauso there are features of moral tempera meat null features of tho soul that will distinguish us forever How do wo know each other in this world Is It merely by time color of the eye or tim- elengthuf the Jiair or thu facial propor tions Oh no It is by the disposi usingthenot in a bad sense mind if in thu dust our hotly should perish and He there forever mind there should be no resur rection still the soul has enough fea tircs and the disposition has enough features to make us distinguishable I can understand how in sickness a man will become so delirious that hu will riot know his own friends limit will we unsufferableidiocy friends in eternity we will never guess who they are Again I think that one reason why we ought to except this doctrine is because we never in this world have an opportunity to give thanks to those to whom wu are spiritually indebted The joy of Heaven wu are told is lobe inaugurated by a review of lifes work Thesis Christian men and women who have been toiling for Christ havu they seen time full result of their work Oh no In time church at Somcrvlllc N J John Vrendenburgh preached for a great many years Ho felt that his ministry was a failure although hu was a faithful minister preaching the gospel all time time He died and died amid discouragements and went homo to God for no one ever doubted that John Vrcdenbiirgh was a good Click Luau minister A little while after hit ILwalcunlpgInsouls stood up at tho Christian altar espousing the cause pf Chin lt among them my ow n father aim mother Andwhat was peculiar In regard to nearly all of those 200 souls Will that they dated their religious lmpleli lions from tits ministry of InlTn Vre den hrUOh Will that good Christian man before life throne of Giid noyer meet these souls brought to Chrlst through his instrumentality Oh of course he wiUUnpw them I remem her ono Sabbatthnfternooubo ne down with the sense of my sinsand knowing not God I took up Dod ilrldgcs Kiso and Progress Oh what a dark afternoon it was and I read ttllO chapters and I read theI prayers and 1 tried to maku the prayers my own Oh I must sec Phjlp Dodiridge A glorious old book ho wrote It is out of fashion now There Is a mother before the throne of God You say her joy is full Is it You say there can bo no augmentation of iU Can there be Her son was a wanderer andu vagabond on time earth when that good mother died Hu broke her old heart Sho tiled leaving him in tho wilderness of hln Sine Is before tho throne of God now Years pass and that sun repents ofhls crimp and gives kin heart pJJod and becomes a useful Christian anddics and enters the gates of Jtu vcnou tell me that mothers Joy can not bo aug mental ret thcm comfort each oth er the son and the mother Oh she says to tho angels of God rejoice with me The dead Is alive again and tho lost is found Hallelujah I nova er expected to BCD this lost one come back The Bible says nations arc to bo born in a day When China comes to God will it not know Dr Abed When India comes will it not know Dr John Scudder When the Indians como to God wilt they not know David Hralnerd I see a soul entering heaven at last with covered face at the idea that it has done s6 little for Christ and feeling borne down with unworthiness and It says to itself J have no right to bo here A voice from a throno says On you forget dint Sunday school class you Invited to Christ I was one Of thorn And another vqico aYfr You orgell llistpoor map 4t r whom you gave A loaf broad and told ofjthe heavenly bread 1 wan And another says You fot get that slele one to whom you Kave BisdA9lnpvfofjl Jbe feodv and the soul 1 was that ease i And than CiiHmtfrom a tltrono over topping1+ all thd rest will nap rings ofjththe sldo attic throtto anti cry What song shall 1IVbeV And Christ bending over time harpers shall say It shall be the Harvest Homo Ono morb reason why Tam disposed to accept this doctrine of future r soog ijltlon is that so many in their last hour on earth have confirmed this theory I speak not of persons who havobcon delirious in their last mo niont and know not what thoy vero about egret raOf1a whllIcl1ln catui ness and placidity and who wore not naturally superstitious Oftdn tho thodyIngsaid ho saw and heard those who had gone away from him How often it is- in tho dying moments parents HOC their banks pf thug JMoha ylc rlvur It was departed children and chlldrcp see their departed parents 1 came down to tho evening cud 1 wanted to go over tho river and so I waved my limit and shouted and niter while 1 saw porno ono waving on time oppasilu bank and I heard him shout mind the boat came across nnd 1 got in and was transported And so I Kiipposc it will bu in time evening of our life Wo will came down to tho river of loath and give n signal to our friends ou tho other shore mud they will glvon itgnal back to us and time boat comes and our de parted kindred are the oarsmen tho fires of the setting day tingeing the tops of the paddles Oh have you never sat beside such n deathbed In that lour you hear tho departing soul1 cry Hark looks You hearkened and yon looked A little child pining away because of tie death of its mother getting weaker and weaker every day was taken Into tho room whore hung tho picture of her inothen She scorned to enjoy looking at it and then she was taken away anti after awhilo died In this lust moment that wet and wasted little onu lifted her hands whilo her facq lighted up with the glory of time next world and cried out Mother Doyoii tell mo she dld not see hur mother She did So in my first settlement at Hellevillo a plain man smut to me What do you think I heard last night I wits in time room whcro ono of thy neighbors was dying lie was a good- man and ho said ho hoard limo angels of God singing before tho throne I havent much poetry ghoul me but I listened mind I heard them too Said I I have no doubt of it Why wo arc to be taken up to Heaven at last by ministering spirits Who aru they to be Souls that went up from Madras or Ahttoch or Jerusalem Oh nol our glorified kindred are going to troop around us- IIcuvlll is not a stately formal place us I sometimes hoar it described n very frigidity of splendor where pea ple stand on cold formalities and go around about with heavy crowns of gold on their meads No that IK not my idea of leaven My Idea of Heaven Ilit more like this You ar4 seated in the evening tide by time fireplace your whole family there or nearly nil of them NN bile you nro seated talking and enjoying the evening hour there is a knock at the door mind time door opens anti there I comes jna brother who has been long nbsont iIe heats bean ulisellt for years you have not seen hits anti no sooner jdo you ntnku up your mind tint it IIn certainly he than you leap up and time question is win shall glvo him the first embrace Thatis my idea of heaven a great homo circle where they are waiting for us- INTERESTING ITEMSI Mits Hiuitivo an English woman has a Hllvorcolored cat valued at 10000 Ovi of the graves In ML Vernon cemetery Atchison ICas is marked miv follows Thorn 7007 Died a27 till A MoiiiVKi German doctor profes sap hUll discovered new nervous this casu Amerlcanitis It means that the American is twice tin smart ns thu European A IIIACK hear was killed near Min thou City Mich recently Hears are becoming quite numerous in Kauilao county moro so than since thin greatII lire of 1881- JAiAVKSK carpenters pull the piano toward then Door locks aro put on the jamb Instead of tho door and keys turn In time opposite direction from thoso we use Tug mosque of St Sophia at Con stantinople was built with mortar perfumed with musk It was erected 1000 years ago yet tho musky smell Is Btlll noticeable- A LONIIOV scientist has Invented a mirror of celluloid which accurately reflects every object The celluloid mirror is unbreakable and is cheaper than glass and lighter Tun louse of representatives of Ton ucsiicc by a vote of 68 to 33 passed time bill requiring contestants for the office of governor to give bond for 825 000 before beginning the contest Dr F A HiiowKu of Reading Fast still drives time horse whicV ho rode as- a cavalryman during he waiv Alp anima Is 41 years olddpd the UOPJ toa claims It Is the oldest horce la tb tworld1 i T i c u = T PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL 7 o fI 0- 00ttttllafd by Oreat BrrIttalnuuInto l le c II e NltyfreliiHiTime women Unril hanttnolNew ZCJthu8 butane fs thleft Q i1Jtlt th11 xcoediit lyI i rftuhnudnntHt rfHlaHi rkb9rJtthat the estate of thehitcnrcTililshdpoC Can terbtity1soiily + 30000 111sAlhry wh idi kcjhiHl ci1jycd for severniyettlj Ii leas 73000 jt ill rime czar of Russia la very fond of a pipe Like President Future of France tlia emperor is never noJinppy nswJii uH smoking fi brlurwood which holn finitely prefers to time clgycttcHUmtk hu WH Inblleijermciu htorlfs t f iiOmootaren 4 f when hu was quite young Tlicnf he act tied down in MimuchiiFctls married u Daughter of n elite justice and began t his literary life most prosperously A writer In time Saturday Ituvlcw de scribes Andrew Lung IIM this nester of apt entertaining nlltiHlon kno vl edge extensive reading chopped fine perhaps but certainly not digested n Idihl of lawyers knowledge of literary j precedent Ami nothing further save only more knowledge and still more lmowlcdgctilnnu lllirlnw the writer of Irish limits IK described by one who bas seen her in her home near Dublin ax tail a and slights with n shy girlish Ionian ml n inn mummer utmost charminglyI unair ctid She hits auburn hair bluu eyes and n fair Hkin and nt times her fuse lights up with if merry look and Khe gives you one nf those flushes of lititiior which re cull tit sayings of the happy go luelcy peiiKiuitH of IlHconnolI t BBEADMAKINGi IN ZUNIii J IViitlliir IriUMnH iniilojril hlhllIIIhu- hullll Voincn larhmga rtsideneentuiii time lnrgest of the Indian puebloH in northwestern j New loll o I have often watched time mothers maul daughters of tit tribe at their Interesting work of inaklnglialwe or pullerI breadi They use a hauls of either corn or wheat which is ofiuii honed In advance to make It more tim elm and Is then ground on inneli tho suture primitive style of Htonu hand III Iff na that iiHed in Old Muxleo Aftun thu s maize or wheat hits been once ground MFfIthrough r once more to make it still flrter nUll thou it U mixed into a very thlu hatter In an olhi or decorated wafer jar fanli ioned from clay fired mud painted by thrt women pottery makers of time tribe who mire wonderfully adept in the putt Urh art and that of decoration In strik lug yet tasteful designs- If the flour prepared for time baking lw of wheat t hu bread willI be of a blulxli J tint and if of earn whiter While time preparation huH keen nude ahnvu tliii woodfed flamu burning In the fireplace of the stone or concrete house there hums been slowly heating a slab of stonie time upper surface of which is Minooth nnd oily by lung rise In making Intiwii Kneeling before time hot stone whim all JH ready the Indian woman dips liar liiinil into the jar of water at her uldu and thou swiftly sweeps that dripping member over thu faeu of the tablet leaving a broad veneer of liquid tlongh which tlniroiighly bakes in a tuseceomls Catching time thin edge of the Hint of breiiil by the fingers of thu other hand she then peelH italinoHtofV I Ill smooth stone by one dexturonu jerk leaving Quid edge still attached Giving another sweep of lieu now freshly batten palm she JOIIIH thetas xeparatu ttheelH Into one by slightly overlapping time ad tiering filth with the fresh U pplllnt lOll Till double operation nf smearing and peeling continued in ywift HticccHslon and by Ilid method described there IH no hrcnU In thu long Htrlp of briad which falla In ever lengthening folds by time side of the punndcrn its she works A Zuni wouiun takes great prIde In her ability to show the cntiru baking In one unbroken sheet no matter how b long slug may con th mime When finished the long bolt ot bread IH folded mush after jha fashion 4 of the loaves of an uncut magazine and Is then tightly rolled that It may not dry In this manner tIff kept 1mmusUttuFof preservation for future me for It IH Heldom linked for Immediate con sumption This paper bread Is not used for ordinary household purposes hilt Is bolted whett a party of wurrlorn or hunters is making ready for n long trip Into the wlldaI or when someone In departing on an extended Journey Womans Home Companion Their OcriimtloiiH A middleaged woman with an armful of parcel was walking along Mission street recently when she suddenly toppcii nnd stared at a laborer shovel- Ing l dirt out of n trench in the street An he straightened up she recognized tier divorced hiiHbatid- Ah how arc you Molkc Phutar ye dohaI y Ho tried to wither her with o glare butt she continued to xnilfe sWectly Ye want to know what V dolnrrhV Well Im carnln alimony Phat mire ye tlciiu7r n Sure MoIJH ltn aspeiiilfn Jt u lie resumed his hpvelinK and sill Vent on down liestrcet feeling jprettl a t well Botinllvd wlthherftUkl1tt h eleeoPoatiI 8 Tv fJon Ytii 4tII Iif irl tWI Jkf rf1 i f 1 ix 6 r I 1 Iii Much in Little liMfMteUy true oMIoods rills for no raedl elM em eonteteed w great curative rower te y to amU epee They are ft wbeto nedlctae Hoodsyt chert always ready iIW ways efflclent always Itftetoryt prevent a rferer cure all liver IllsPills sick headache jaundice constipation etc Me The only ltlls to take with Hoods Sarsaparilla j STATE SIFTINGS f f lflln11lflh1f1Y1fui11191tr1111r r Buffalo gnats are killing stock in Car b H i ilislecounty I iiLebanen was visited by an 8000 fire I Origin unknown tt- I Midnight raiders arc destroying all the tobacco bode lu Owen county Three negroes caught fifty four blind rattlesnakes in a cave in Knott county A hairless calf la one of the curiosities of Ragland n village in McCrnckon countyA Shelby county drayman ci bas n horse aged 30 years which ho uses every day One thousand men found employment toy the opening of stone quarries In Hock castle county A child of Jell Robinson of Kingston G Madison county was badly burned by falling Into n kettle of boiling soap I Near Glasgow Lonnie Pcdigo n 10 f byII hanging himself In his fnthoriiburn Revenue officers maid n raid in Tike county and captured three utllls Nearly r 2000 gallons of pure juice were poured 1outThe 2 year old child of Robert lleasley residing near Muyfield was scalded toI death by falling into a bowl of boiling water Bryant Kidd aged 22 while crowing the Cumberland river bridge ut Piuevllle f fell a distance of 14 feet without being injuredAn 1 mound was opened on the farm of Wm Thresher near LowUport and in it were found seven complete skeletonsIn Doyle circuit court James Bailey got a six year term In the penitentiary for killing Charles Lewis a few months ago t f At Styles Ford Nehon county Mi8 Maud Brown aged 15 fell oft a horse while crossing Rolling Fork river and was drowned s The Hnrrodsburg Democrat reports the sales of 1200 bushels of wheat ut 1 d per bushel and two carloads of hogs at 340 per hundred A two year old son of A J Kinbrel of Indian Fields swallowed a badge pin t The pin was extricated and no serious ctnscquenccs followed Near Herndon Christian county n farmer cut 250 locust posts from one 4 tree and hiss firewood enough to last nil summer from the limbs The Union National bankof Louis vlllo has reduced its capital stock from 760000 to 00000 The burden of taxation was too heavy A Boone county farmer was compelled to kill five fat bogs that had been bitten by a mad dog and manifested unmis takablo signs of hydrophobia Ed Stuart who was struck on the back of the neck with a rock by Henry Adams a short time since is dead Adams who is a negro left for parts unknown r Archie B Rue of Harrodsburg bas been granted n patent for driving rein attachment which prevents a horse from getting his tail over the linoa A movement is being agitated looking to the early establishment of a rolling 1 and steel finishing mill of liberal capacity and backed by cast and local capitalat Ashland Nathan McGuiro a wealthy farmer wait passing through a field at his homo near Roaring Springs Christian county f when be suddenly dropped dead Ho was 10 years old J R Pendcrgraw who killed John Tksaau over a game of cards a yrar ago r wee acquitted In the Boyle circuit court There was no witnesses to the affair and PfjsvkfgrM pleaded selfdefense- Atr dsriitk a S yearend son of James v J j Wgkt iMM sitter to blow into w 1 4 4 Vt laI gun ho was playing with She did no and was fatally shot Tne balance of the fatally were away from home B M Sksggs who II tasking the race for jailer In Lawrence county is 85 years old 7 feet high and weighs 630 pounds He has a wife of 127 or a little over onefifth the weight of her husband All indications point to an exceedingly abort crop throughout the entire Big Sandy valley this season The ground is still soaked from the recent overflows and all planting will be fully a month delayed u Cam Rice of Bath county has in his possession an old cream pitcher that wits used by his wifes grandmother when she was a girl she being 107 years old when she died It is the chinaware of old times Benjamin Rice aged 70 years af Boone county committed suicide by cut ting his throat with a razor He leaves a daughter and two sons No cause can be assigned for the act except that he was in ill health Tbe Climax says a well deyetopcd colt with only two legs was foaled on the farm of W W Brookshire in Madison The hind legs were perfect but there were no forelegs whatever The shoul ders were perfectly sound It is reported that Sam Patrick a prominent Magnflln county farmer was attacked by unknown men and beaten into Insensibility while on his way home from Ivytown last week His skull was crushedand he can not live Wilson Cornette wanted on Lime Fork Lctchcr county for looting a trunk nod stealing 150 cash andsome wearing apparel a month ago was arrestedat Freclinp Vn and lodged in Clintwood jail to await the Kentucky ofliclals Mrs Mary Blake living near Wright gave birth to triplets the other day two girls and a boy The two girls weigh 5i pounds each and the boy 6 making a totnl of 17 pounds They are the first triplets ever born in Letcher county In Metcalfe county last week Mr Al suspectIng tbotightnnd without a moments warning the earth under him sank to a depth of fifteen feet literally engulfing both the man and the team When found the horses were both dead and Mr Poor will dieA citizen of Marion being annoyedby- the festive pigs which roam the streets has attached u scythe blade to the bottom of his gate so that the business part of tho blade extends a little below the bottom of the slats It is useless to say that after the first trial to root up the gate the pigs leave in disgust and give the place a wide berth j jPOlITI SpoechWben I falling The most important thing in a dollar Is its purchasing power An absolutely honest dollar is an impossibilityThe of a dollar is not the true oneAll wo ask is that silver be treated like goldBy giving the debtor tho option it keeps the two metals together There is a foreign financial fleet on our shores trying to tako our homes from usShall wo continue to benefit foreign money lenders I want free silver becauso it will benefit meImay as good as ether people but ho is no better Never in the history of the world has tbcro been s flood of silver On ono aide are the producers of wealth on the other the gold conspirators Tho gold advocates will never discuss tbo cflccts of a rising standard Tho gold standard is n now yellow fever A dollar which rises in purchasing power is just ns dishonest as that which falls in purchasing power Wo should restore stiver to pay our debts and put out our products and keep our gold at home Tbo highest good under the gold stan dard Iis only for a few Cure misery and there will be no mobsThe man who thinks ho can conduce totbe highest welfare by filling the streets with hungry and desperate men ia a fool Lexington Argonaut helpfnthem pure blood a good appetite and- Rew and seeded STRENGTH T t r Tlw Fritter Everybody looks after the printer If a newspaper man goes into a store ho buys his goods like others When he watts avnew shirt be dots not go from store to store and take bids It he gets a doctor or sawyer ho pays their bills He never thinks of asking tho grocer to put in another pound of sugar for a dol lar When be gets shaved out goes tea cents If he buys a cord of wood or a bushel of potatoes ho knows he ought to puy a little more than the market price When a couple get married or there if a church feativHl he cheerfully gives n couple dollars worth of notices free i but when there in a fifty cent job of printing the printer is naked to bid After going tbe rounds and getting tho price down below living rates he seta the job pro aided he donates ten per cent These are facts and there is nothing remark able about It only that the printers are such blooming fools us to allow it HOW TO FIND OUT Fill n bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours n sed iment or settling indicates a dreaded condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid 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