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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I i 11 + C ff rEHEL GREENCERAI I 1 1- a Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Oontiarat by Max OTUll fjsw4 t tBIgNCEiiOwner nill The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Meuntains 100 AYEAR FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 18 1809 NUMBER 47 A GARTER DRY GOODSII IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX D TAND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green GREEN SONS- WHOLESALE BootSliJSltes1525 W MAIN STREET r LOUIS1 I riX IiY MENDEL GOSLING 5 CO JOBBERS IN HATS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves S Umbrellas 627 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY t tJICR SflllhtIewor1 GO MANUFACTURERS AND I01UIER8 OK MENS BOYS CHIPRENS CLOTHING 607 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KYt t H I EJeans Kersey Cassimere tl Corduroy Pants cad Suits t tDUC1 COATS Are acknowledged to be Superior to any 4produced Sizes guaranteed us marked fS SOLD BY t TAYLOR DAY HAZEL GREEN KY ttJROBINSON LOUISVILLE NORTON KY CO i HUHESOLORELIABIEiTONIC 50c 100 Bottles Druggists Have It IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT IiicoriiorutcilRobinsonPettett r BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALE I1KIOWAK a QtXrt R po CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green 38 e eJ C i vvuuo 1657 Race St CINCINNATI rThe loading houso for FANCY DRY GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives p HTSpocial attention to Mail Orders- t f i IftJPllJ O o mrX I Manufacturers and Jobbers of- BOOTS SHOES RUBBERS STREETIjfo 3 W PEARL f CINCINNATI k htlt t i nRt toWINCIIESTBR KY N H WITIIEUSPOON President r nl HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Jni Bank solicits the accounts of mcr Jti farmers traders anti business men Kentuckywd1 every tratlIbcrnl terms within the limits oft bal1kinJocUSl T NOTEHEADS Envelop UfUUK reMerlieniU CatnloFer IIprinted ot HERAU office Written for TUB HKUALU THE ibis or THU HOME The boys of the Home brightThey y nightProfOver them does keep And at night through their windows He Iis otten seen to peep peepingNor sleepingInI And till hors all like him goodNone him laves if they could There is Noah mill Dill In room number one upTill the snn And theres lloone and Willie In room number two youJinIn room number three Smith and Andrew does stay And time buy that stays with them His mum is Luther Dav And there is Sum maid John In room ntimbei four And their two roommates The girls all adore There is Kelley and Asa In room number live AlsoI I limmie theirI room mate Who keeps them alive There is Kit and Ike In room number six And when tit the table They are always in fix There is Hack Dunn and Salver In room number seven And when atlime table They are equal to eleven rtit the best of all- Is room number eight Where Prof Hawkins stays To keep the boys straight And there is the dining room Which is run bywitty Jim Who sees to the table And that the grub is never slim He is kind and clever His wife she is too When the hays get into trouble Helrm to pull them through Time HAZEL Diu tux HUUAUJ The buys till praise For it gives them the news or the long spring days Jir its editorCooper artiul anti kind Looks after his pane And keeps up with the times Then Hurrah for TUB HKIJAIH And the II G1 Also the Academy Home pnyToAnti send to this school Keep tip with the times And sot he a tool 1t111111 l 1tlUIIN Hazel lireeu Academy Home LETTER ELDER PIERATT Who Is SoJourn ug at Crandall Coffee County Kansas CRAXIUU KAX April 5 1890 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Sir THE HKUAID came in nil right on Monday last and you may know it was welcomed by myself and Mrs Pier att I guess we will have to take two copies of tho paper as wo both want to read it at once Well wo have gone to housekeeping and you just ought to see us in our little new house It reminds me when we were first married and went to house keeping iG years ago Mrs Tieratt seems very well satisfied but she will often say I wonder what they are all doing at home I think she iis very well pleased with the country nml the people they nro so kind to us The weather is unsettled it is rainy now and the farmers are behind with their work This is a very healthy country I nov er see a doctor here My health is good and I believe I could stand in with you on a square meal Hello correspondents Get a move on yourselves I want to hear from you all in myold Kentucky home As I have been busy fixing for house keeping I have not got much news Kindest regards to Mrs Cooper and all of our friendsI as over J T PIKIUTT Do You Want to Make Money We k flunrnnled- Wo I10UO to 8J500 pur want intelligent htiitling rcprcsenta the most beautiful ntlll popular hull11etines to and Biblesbookstielllngline of fast issued by any house lptodatc quick ever liberal terms andretail pricessellers low offerinducements we fair dealing are the We wantpaid Credits given ntlll freights tillmake plansyourDontwith usyou return mail us Write us br Oklaje8 GENERAL NEWS I President way visit Yellowstone Park during tho summer vacation Candy has been added to the army ration by order of the e retasy of waraGold quartz assaying 32 a ton line been found inlargu quantities lit Victoria B C The British sealer Geneva jot 1243 seal skins in two months off the coast of Cull foruiaMincralville Pa will celebrate Dewey Pay May 1 with a big parade anti patri a otic exercl escA heavily framed portrait of Senator Mark A Hanna sold at auction for 20 at Cleveland Ohio The United States gunboat Wilmington now on the const ot Brazil will ascend the Amazon river 3000 miles to Peru The crumbling monument over Abraham Lincolns grave at Springfield Illwill probably b rebuilt by the state The British ship Honolulu which was at Manila when Dewey won his great victory I arrived at Philadelphia last Friday Already 2500 formal applications forII office under time Census Director have beenII received and 10000 more mire in sightINearly 300 Spanish merchants sailed from I Havana on the steamship Moiiserrut for Spain to avoid outrages by Cuban IHlltlicrsI I Prominent natives of Porto Rico have organized a Republican party and a platforms embracing American ideas of government The Ohio historical society proposes to I purchase and preserve the old homestead of ex1rcsidciit Hayes near Frcmout OhioJJ known ns Speigel GrocIIn a few days the navy department will invite bids for 24000 tons of armour platcI for the new warships authorized by the nag val appropriation bills of 1808 and 1SOU Soldiers mustered out of the United States service in Cuba Porto Rico Hawaii or the Philippines will be allowed to re main one year in those islands to try their fortunes The agricultural department has invited proposals for furnishing field lower nnllI vegetable seeds to the government for the fiscal year ending June 30UKXall bids to be tiled not later than April 20 It is said in Washington that the yellow journals have planned to develop tho Mlles presidential boons by initiating an attack on President McKinley and Senator Hanna In connection with the beef contracts for the army More than 300 propositions immure been submitted to the secretary of the navy lor raising time battleship Maine which was blown up III Havana harbor These odors came from various sources allover the United States The beef court of inquiry will probably not sustain Geu Miles charges as a whole though it iis believed they will fraud some ground for his statements concerning the unwholesome character of the beef issued to the army during the Santiago campaign At New lirithin Pa Sebastian Whitman a stool hey fell heavily on his face and bit ofl nearly 2 Inches of his tongue A physician sewed the severed piece on and says the wound will heal and the tongue will be able to perform its functions in a few mouths On account of the ravages of caterpillars iloilthat this years maple sugar harvest in Ver mont will he a total failure The maple su gar season hums begun and the makers timid the trees are sapless Some think the trees arc dead Statistics show that the demand for Amer ican manufactures is steadily increasing in Japan time articles required including hats and cups to a considerable extent and it appears that time American made lint is steadily displacing the use of the tenogui the native head dress Mr Ilorkdalc of Norway announces that the sun is burning out more rapidly than is usually believed and that if something does not interfere our grandchildren will see its extinction MrMohnalso of Norway Las examined Mr IJorkdulen calculations itud finds them correct A request has been received by the na vy department from Admiral Dewey for additional ship and men and the depart meat contemplates sending two or amor- enavy vessels to Manila Every available officer on shore duty is to bo ordered on shipboard The vessels are for coast cruis ingAt Mt Vernon N Y Thomas Manning after an illness of two weeks apparently I died For twenty three hous his family be lieved he was dead He heard the profes sional comments of the undertakers and only regained the use of his faculties when about to him for 1burial1 IN THE SOCIAL WORLD Serape Rejoinder to Cavaliers Re peaie to A Social Problem Little did I dream when penned that on A Social Problem that I would be booted at and pierced in the backso clandestinely with a ono edoed Sword ofCIA Cavalier But man born of woman is born to criticism as well as to trouble My said article on the social problem was not the result of heu pecked husband but tbo result a penpecked d pen trained bus band It was not written with any hope of its author achieving distinction fame I or honor in the social world of tbo up per ten doms It was kindly in selfde I fense of an actual sentiment known to exist in the much lovo burnt bosoma of ninety nine per cent of the girl greedy 1 easymanaged tippyfoppish soft utus clod Htuttyduodish masculine sex Itff did not express my sentiment but the undoubted sentiments of tbec courtish unmarried masculine sexn part of tho sex skittishly backward in giving defense cud utterance to its actuII ally living and existing sentiments IIadvocate the idea that nil sexes should j be fancyfree to speak what they believe I and act what they pleats iu all matters pertaining to a deal in hearts lheI libertine iis out of the question villain ous acts do not and would not result 11BI a consequenceCavalier to believe in individual freedom and human happiness boI knows not where ho stands but ho bowls at the very liberal and eoft shell doctrine by me preached if carried into full force and effect would be a ten strike as a means of attaining such bless ings Under our present system ofdo everything there is no such thing as hu man freedom and human happiness Too many chained hands too many fettered brains Cavaliers manner of writing is evidence of this statement lie does not writo as he believes or as the inborn spirit moves him because he is afraid it will cause his best girl to get IIhalonlld abhor his august presence I do not say that his stand on the social problem is unpopular and unwise but it is cowardly and she has him pinned to the hem of her garment or chained down in her loving embrace with tho charm oC- her seducing beauty and the smiles of her sweet tender loveliness So Cavalier go tell your favored corclavo of brave allpowerful victorious heartsnatchers that Hcnjamin Sow ell knows his rights and how to defend them Campion Ky Hiv SIVKM The Woman Who Worries Takes Everything To Heart and Is Unhappy When the kettle build over If baby cries If the fire isnt always bright At every speck of dust If theres a spot on the front steps If anything interrupts her afternoon sap When a dishor glass is broken If the roust doesnt come along nicely- If the pie crust burns over so little At every mistake of tbo hired girl If her new dress isnt a perfect fit time first time alto tries it on If the letter she is looking for doe Bot come to hand on the minute Yet bow much happier shed be if she met all these things with a smiling countenance Rheumatism Cured My wife has used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism with great relief splendidlinimenthousehold use for which wo have found it valuable W J Cuyler Red Creek New York Mr Cuyler is one of the leading mer chants of this village and one of the most prominent men of this vicinity W G Phippin Editor Red Creek Herald For sale by J Taylor Day Lung Irritation- is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure it and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there 25 cents at all good druggists TO CURE A COLD IN ONE OAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it falls cure 2oc The genuine has L B Q each tablet toII Grim Grips Deadly March Deals Death and Destruction to Many Into New York Philadelphia Wash inptoa Loalav111e Terrorlzld lly the Awful Scourge AU Great Centers ef Popalttion Aileotei The depressing effects of tbo present epidemic of Grip nro apparent every where Teachers clerks business mess mechanics laborers street car drivers school children police ofiiccra and oven tho doctors all furnish victims by the hundredsNo yet discovered can show results equal to Dr Miles Restorative Nervine It quickly overcomes tho ex cessive exhaustion Invigorates tbo appe tite and assists nature to throw oil tbo deadly microbes from the system In times of epidemic like time present it should be taken as a preventive of dis easeGrip had left mo a physical wreck weak helpless and miserable I could not cat could not sleep could not gain mummy strength and had nervous prostration of the worst kind Our homo phy sician could not help mo and I com menced using Dr Miles Nervlno The first nights sleep that I had had in four months camo as tho result of two first doses When 1 land taken two bottles I felt better than I had before iu years and continued to improve until I was entirely cured EM VOODAUD Plymouth Ills Cincinnati Live Stock Market This Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following as the beat prices for that day Heat price fur cattle S1G2J Top prico for calves 372ft Top price of heavy hogs 395 light 385Tho above were actual salsa but it should bo borne in mind that thoy repre sent the best of their class on tbo market that day TUB HKKAU will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which is alone wQjrth tho price of tho paper NOW iia tbo time to subscribe IIA word to the wise in sufficient and a word froth tho wiso should bo sum clout but you tusk who lire the wiso Those who know The oft repented ox pericnco of trustworthy persons may bo taken for knowledge Mr W Id Terry Sivcsbcttermarket Ho hits been in the drug busi ness for twelve years Imams sold hundreds of bottles of this remedy and nearly all other cough medicines manufactured which shows concluHively that Chamber bcrlainH is the most satisfactory to tho people and is time best For sale by J Taylor Day Complimentary to our Readers Our renders will he pleased to learn special1st and study has discovered and given to remedyknownkidney liver and bladder troubles the generous oiler to send a bottlo free that all may prove its wonderful merits with out expense is in itself suiiicicnt to give time public confidence and a dcmro to ob taut it Swamp Rout lea an established reputation as the most successful rome dy and is receiving time hearty endorse ment of nil up todato physicmnsbospit all and homes If our men and women readers aro in need of a medicine of this kind no time should bo lost in sending their name and address to Dr Kilmer Co IMngbampton N Y and receive a sample bottle and a book of valuable information both sent absolutely freo by mail upon receipt of tbreo twp cent thebottlewritingleaseTUB HKHALD The Laborer Ii Worthy His Hire Thankful to time people of this and the surrounding community for their liberal patronage since I have been practicing physician at Hazel Green I wish to say to those who have paid me that I nm ready to answer any or all professional pleusureinneverluldme anything I desire to say It as n special favor it mybillclan for I cannot afford to practice for youdontchildrendont allA If ft t ii g k j i w t f uS1i i t t H Ywf re t dv T k f 1Y r f 5f 5rI I rIi i 4- P f i r S y iFr Fy tt rr S i Sflr- T I t b- J toh Ij t- j t t Jh tt 1 1 1 A L tIi I1tj o i L t r I- w if i I 1s l i I i 1i 1i I 1I I i j IIi Ii I 1t I I I 4- rr i t n w to ri CurrenfcQuestioino 4S TO CURRENCY REFORM- 4eatlen Not Llkulx to lie llenohct for Severn Venn Silver and Uxuruml in Adrocatci of so culled currency re term Lava about concluded tint noth ing can lie done in that direction by either the present or the next congress Ckainunn Walker of the banking nndI currency committee of the lower louse has again given It as leis opinion thnt the cjuentlon is not likely to he reached before 1004 There are several rea sons for this nbnndoninent of the money question The president th secretary of the treasury nnd the comptroller of the currency are with apart In their views as to what legisla Hon Iis needed Each one has n plan aud mach one has a following in eon Rnrss The president plan hula punt feat side to it the secretarys plan IIs thr bankers plan and the comptrollers plan Is based upon the needs of com tierce nod the holldity of dote issues They nil are agreed as to the gold standard but they do nut agree as Ito whether the country Is or is not al ready on the gold basis According tto thr ruling of the treasury department for several years the country is on tin gull basis and according to time sev- raI coinage lids both gold and silver arc redemption money It depends I here fore whether one accepts the treasury ruling or the Inw of the land how one believes in the ipremises The real reason for postponement Is Itnwercr that public sentiment Is dr cidcdly ngnlntt the plans of the presi dent and the secretary of the treasury and Indorse the views of the comp troller in so far as he opposes the enlarging of the rights and privileges of Ihr national banks Then again the Administration Is driven to admit that 1lie election of I890 not only did not srt lie the silver question but made it more determined than ever to keep on Rattling The people realize I thatt the roInnlehxrfrMitivctoadopt our monetary BvMcm which will necessitate consid erable expansion of the countrys eir rufnlfng money mediumI It is rstl hint rd that nearly if not quite 00 per crnl of the business of tills country iis un the credit system It Iin concluded by all except the gold standard following that a larger per capita circulation is needed in our do inrstk commerce and public sentiment does not fill or conferring the right to re ulnte the volume of money on the hanks Nor tines the public fnvor a na tional greenback eurreneyfrith re demption metals The conseqnenrc of Ihr demand of the colonies fur our money Is that a great ninny who hove hitherto doubled the propriety of open log the mints to silver now admit that there is no other way to provide re demption money to meet the enlarged requirements Hence it is that the ac quisition of outside territory hits inn Urlnlly strengthened the cause of sil err tO much so indeed that the free nnd unlimited coinage of silver is likely I la be more prominent in 1000 than it was in ISM Doubtless nil this bus I much If not nil to do with the plan of I the administration to let all kinds of I nuuietary legislation go by default un til after IIURI mad for still another four years unless the people radically rhangc Itheir views turn II vi hlllIIII1- 6U City Times PLAYS HAVOC IN JAPAN Jar fiol HIP Stvrll until After lhllrI- 4nccCdnl Vnr nnil TheirI Con tii u fill ImMicrll After our successful war against Chi ta Japan was very prosperous and 1 fear that these two causes laude our people get what you call the big bead or swell head Ve were too anxious for western civilization anti Imitated whatever we heard of with ect stopping to inquire whether It was good or bud Thus we took the gold tandard with some other things that are equally bad for a people like ours The Japanese are u people accustomed la the use of sliver and copper as a cir culating medium Very few of the com i nn people have ever seen a piece of Cjtd money Gold does not circulate mot even since it haa become our stand ard and now our people are forced to use their depreciated silver In ill their business transactions You In America can hardly appreciate what a hardship this Is for in your country the people ate not very poor us they are here nw our silver buys only about half B jiuch no it did fornertyllr if you phase it Sake i twice ns notch labor or produce to bring the same value and u that Is our principal money It makes great hardship and suffering to the poor nnd those who are in debt tinjojl Kyosui in Mississippi Valley Democrat A Klnil Sun Father This Is n very had report to luring me from school Tommy 1ouunyI know papa but you said If Id bring you n good report youd Rive me half n dollar and I wanted to MT0 you the money Chicago Jour ML l DEFINES BIMETALLISM Coin llnmy linen II fur Tlioe Wtio Do Mnl Know Tliflr Own licit Inletmill The statement has been made to me that not one In ten of our voting pop ulation knows undcrbtandlngly what bimetallism is and 1 hove been asked to define it It Is time right to use either of two metals for money gold and silver The supply reaches the people through the mints of the government by the mints being open to coin ull that hie metallic option IIb with time government and the people to use either of the two metals III the discharge of their obliga dons If the government is paying its soldiers its employes Its numerous of ficials or other obligations under bi metallism it has the right to pay in money made from either metal If the people arc paying their taxes to city state or nation purchasing postage stamps or discharging their obliga Icons to each other under bimetallism they have the right to pay in money made from either of the two metals II thus places the two metals in com petition with each other to supply the demand for money Thus one relieves the strain upon the other ns one eye relieves the strain upon the other With tile option with time people to use money made from eithert of the two metals they controlled the demand and placed that demand on the one thnt was the most accessible If silver grew cheaper they shifted the demand to it and took the demand away from gold hence silver rose in commercial value and gold declined If gold came to be the cheaper they the people used Tt thus shifting the demand to gold nod taking it awny from silver Andit was the demand thus controlled by time 1per pie as such and as a govern mitutt tint iractlcally maintained the commercial tjiarlty of the two metals for till time prior to 1S7- JFollowing tit net of 1S71 the option was given to the creditor to demand either of the Iwo metals just the recast of bimetallism mind the result Is that the creditor demands the tint rerof the two hrtlillstimid the dearer it gets the more apt he is to demand it Under bimetallism the use of two metals the ieople could be depended upon natur ally to shirt the demand automatically to Ithe cheaper of the two metals when Ill hll was cheaper than the other Taking the demand away from the dearer brought it down in valueI and placing it on time cheaper brought limo latter up in value thus the commer cial value of the two was maintained 11111 parity The effect was to give Iprac tically the volume of the two metals to our Mock of metallic currency and furnished the basis for an equally en lnrgtd Inhume of Piper money under a redemption monetary system The theory of the open taints to coin all that came of cither metal was to lIt the supply reach the people Close the mints to either nnd you shut oil the supply and force the use of the other The open mints to the two metals gave tlesupplyand the people controlled the demand If sliver ruse in value it sliiiniinl the mints and was shipped abroad to pay debtsas It was for u time prior to ISilUl in exchange for goldamid the latter was added to the domestic supply that went to the mints laud vice erta Neither could rise In value and extort tribute tram the peo ple so lung ns the outer was in compe tition with Itupen taints and option with the people The government bought neither metal The mints were open to coin alt that came of either metal and to give buck the coins to those who land brought the bullion It was coined free because It wns statesmanship for the government to facilitate and provide n way for money one of the principal functions of society Itimetallism therefore consists of open mints nnd option with the people to use either Under bimetallism there Iis no such thing I gold contracts it U cola contractsThe why the demand shifted from one metal to the other ns exerted by n notion like the United States will maintain the commercial parity of the two metals is because of the worlds limned supply of the two metals All the gold in the world at the present time available for money will go in the cube of 22 feet all the silver in the cube of fS feet All the gold in the T nlted Slati will go in an avcrageleI bedroom all the silver in almost any farmers barn W It IIARVBV lie lluhIfuI Mrs SwelUngton Oh lies such a splendid preacher Mr SwelUngton In what way Why he always ays something to make you think of something else so that the sermons over before you kno- wltN Y Journal lloren The bigger bore a titan Iis the more he shoots oil his uiputh Chicago Daily News BOYS FOR FUTURE ARMIES Theorist Avert the Alnrtln spirit liar lilven Two Per Cent blurs Than Vaunt lists Yvnr Theres n predominance of boys umong the children hori in this conn try since the martial spirit was stirred by the blowing up of tin Maine so the theorists say The loss of time revs lettvhtch hud much to do with this Will took place oilFebruary 13 Figures obtained front the New York bureau of vital statistics of the board of health show an Increase in the relit thc number of moles burn spice then Stated generally there are supposed to be 53 per cent of boys and 47 per cent of girls when the noses of all time youngsters born since the beginning the war are counted The relative per centagc of each sex born in other year is 51 per cent of boys and 40 percent ot girls This looks like a gain of two percent in favor of time babies who will take delight in tin war ships lead sol dlcrs and the din of mimic battle It cannot be controverted that in New York city there is an increase in time number of male Infants In the rural districts the disparity is said to be teen more strongly marked Theres Oswego N Y for instance which scids in the report that of t1 children born since November I ilO were boys The in crease lots bleu noted since tit country was Idled with the cull fur arms and Americans were talking of the lighting traditions of the race Dr Roger S Tracy who looks over the reports of births and deaths in the bureau of vital statistics and makes tables from studying them Iis nut prepared fully to indorse time Will theory He says however that It Iis worthy of further Investigation There has bruit an increase in the relative number of boys nod there has been n war There are a few missing links in the chnln of reasoning if you use the synthetic process of reaching the conclusion of the theorists Going about the matter in the nnn 1 lytical method of which Dr Tracy Nan exponent there is yet hardly enough absolutely to establish the theory In other wars the statistics of this city were tint kept so accurately as they sire at present Starting out on the basis of hundreds the normalI proportion of boys and girls in the births is consid ered ns 104 boys to lilt girls The ratio wliliJi tit theorists claim Is 11L buys to lOil girls since the ant There is much to justify time martial theory In the figures for the mouth of November Dr Tracy computed that in that mouth there were bom 2i3i inys and lsuil girls in the boroughs of Manhattan oral tit llronx This shows that there were IDS boys to terry H0 girls Taking tit figures of Decem bar to the 15th it was found that there were lJO boys nnd 1119 girls This is n ratio of 110 boys to 100 of the opposite sex Computations show that in the mouths of November and Decem her in JSlti when there were no rumors of war the proportion was 102 boys to 100 girls In 1807 these months show the usual proportion 101 to 100 It Is upon the rest of the state of New York anti the country nt large that the upholders of the martiall theory look for a complete verification Reports from till smaller cities and villages re- reassuringN V Herald Scnnllile 1liynliiil IITIINP I have always been much Impressed with tit facility with which thegradu ate of West Point or Annapolis does n variety of things in physical exrrcises exercises souse of which are perhaps nut always charnel rizid by the name of athletics although useful not only in physical development but as adjuncts through life The man who tat ride and who can swim and who can lance and who can truce and who can do oth er things such ns mire taught at West 1oint and Annapolis has distinct ac complishments the attainment of which has not only benefited him dur ing the period of attainment but the possession of which will continue to benefit him so long as he shall have the use of his physical powers- I have long thought that the grnd hate of Harvard ought to possess Phys cal accomplishments equivalent to even If not identical with those of his brothers at Wet Iolnt and nt Annap oils anti I am inclined to think that unless he is a cripple or otherwise in unit physically It isI the duty of the university to see that he does possess such before it gives him his degree Harvard Graduates Magalne AnxluuB fur 1IU Comfort It was n long ploy as the audience was beginning to realize It was near ly midnight when the curtain was rung up discovering the actor sitting wear ily at a table Somehow his appearance instead of occasioning applause created an undercurrent of sympathy All wins stillness he hud not yet spoken At last omt one in the au dience ventured to express the sentiment of the house I hope were not keeping you up Rlrl he suggested kindly Golden Days until iia n Love OfTerlnir- Mr Douglas writes from the Temerl oh district of Pahang that when his party reached the Sake camp jam was found to be apparently an unknown thing even to these civilized men Tha young men ran oft with some as nn off tlng to their sweethearts who evidently relished the attention and asked for more Pinang Gazette FASHIONS FANCIES The Latest FrlllU In Dre Thnl Hnv Cnuuht the Fniioy of the Luillr A fur lint with white lace draped around the edge and n mass of white tulle bows and ends at one side is a hit of typical headgear Gold bracelets lire In big round hands as large as the Jude bracelet set at regula intervals with big knob formed of jade amethysts or effective Kcmlpreeious stone Theytire st lish Little collars of fur ore mule sailor shape round and are fastened in front with velvet tied In a sailor knot chin chilla fur with blue velvet makes a pretty combination A pretty white scarf for the neck is of the finest and sheerest mull hunt stitched across the ends and down the sides with a narrow item On earls end for o few inches up Is n pattern of con ventional violets lightly embroidered all In white A striking gown of brown made with the pliln back and mist eneil across just below the waist with two oblong but tons or pins of gold had orange velvet let into the front of the jacket In a square zigzag pattern A bit of orange velvet was in the brown hut A handsome chinchilla collar has a straight round cape of blue velvet em broidered with cut steel for n founda lion while the chinchilla falls over it in pointb the standing collar being of the fur It Is U handsome collar though no one preUnds that any combination could be more beautiful than n simple tine fur However the combination is a fad of fashion and makes for change A pretty gown worn by a pretty girl the other day had the bodice of dove gray silk tucked lengthwise with fine tucks the sleevesI were ttucked across The gimp was of pale yellow velvet time silk below It was edged with a little shirred gray velvet ribbon which ran down the opening of the blouse which was at the side The gimp Vas ap pllqued with white lace Around her neck the girl wore a string of big gold beads Fur oquefi which tilt au popular this year have the rim Ii mad sides olid with fur I hoofl crown in many showingso little that it is hardly noticeable limey of them mire trimmed with either one or I wo ostrich plumo passing from the front to the hfictt of rime lint They are usually of summit shade of soft gray or brown Ithose indescribable shades neither light nor dark but shill In effect and which have new unities each year which this season blend with the fur of the toque which seldom Inns flowers upon it to brighten it Mademoiselle who iis tired of pulling hit watch out from the inside of her gown usually pulling a bunch of un derwaist ribbons with itwho objects to a clumsy bracelet and is afraid of losing a watch set In lice purse omit doesnt believe in having n chatelaine now wears a buttonhole chronometer It is really too tiny to be called u chro nometer for the watch part is about the size of the small coat hash once popular with min as watch charms This is the button port which slit puts through the buttonhole of her coat while be neath it the under side of the button is us mil IreI vents the little watch from slipping Ithrough A pretty girl who wears a bright red ribbon high and tight around her throat wear over it a pretty piece of lace vhleh she ties in a bow at the front The mice is softening and the whole is stylish and pretty This lace is white withIout her short narrow lace bards that slit wore some years ago and utilie them in this way or loan them to her daughter There are a good many pretty pieces of real liter in the form of barbs neatly packed away with time foully lace which it lists been thought from the uglyI conventional appearance could never be utilized Now is the Hme for themN Y Times A Unliily Illlibon llox Anyone who has upset all her ribbon baskets trinket boxes mind dressing ta ble drawers In ell rchot the anti row ribbons which she uses ns drawstrings for her lingerie would hail with delight a dainty little box designed ex pressly for such as she The box it self Is just big enough to hold two large spools on which are wound satin ribbon The box is covered with inirr ribbon of timidlinedIsfnstenedwith belie ribbon in oneinone blue fancyNotliarhag those tagling elusive narrow ribbons and a bodkin that can be found whcu wanted can the cOIIcnlencenpllreclntcll5trat ypeerhCoon irnteblltin 1 tEIIPthe ehurcll I Ill I ooree dessicatethe holy place This acommon4 grocer onceInforme1 us that timerespectableInfrequeutlnscdCJec1V ed souPCoruI11U Magnzll1e AgeFs iluirWhat it doP glandsinmore active making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended fromdandruffnnd one of the great causes of baldnessIt a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out II Prevents and II cures Baldness Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only there is any life remain ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually dlspp pears and the darker color of youth takes its place V uId you like a copy V of our book on the Hair and Scalp It is free lInolllIJ yAddtaepi10JCAYERt A P o FARM Salitrs Stith art Warnntr J to IFnxlccr Z- Idhr nluiht r True riTtiionlihdiMwoilt u wwtotrbbnhtlDlt Kour O J llrtldnlMid vb Ml 13 bath bttlT 4iJ II lofrjcy 1 tort ttlof Uinn br ruin fUhush slrerewp- rmoo If TUII iliubi write them Ve nh In jUo luoiu u ciMUusri hnre will scum to tml 10 OOLLAR8 WORTH FOR too 10 pkof rre turn peg sdt huh Rip for Fbf l j lb O rro milt rnur ua1 neNJ fine Itromu 5ermi OIJlDf t bulbs perrreon ilrj soil re IV Ubf t In luillutour mimmotli a I alalrrc flllnc and dMUt our run prleI all malhrl moil upon r rleiif hill A tau rlre Mdllrttr worth Ru Ihr t a- urbl ooooo bhl A ed Iotutura at t11aindup bU ApkenNUi mist newer bI1 itOJCaulonil thin- idv IueI4- yEEEEEtrENttFrcFEEEEEEEEB amour iNoK fcEEW- W magR i = W ijUN- t + JiOFE = tndyour address on a postal and WI we will send you our 158 page thus rated catalogue treel IW WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COJ W 150 Winchester Ave NEW HAVF5 COffl 7 alliv WHISKERS S9YE0 A Natural Black by Buckinghams Dyey rites M coal of all dnJltlft uor KPIIIIC NuhuaNll RKATKUS OV TillS IAIKU ItKSIIUNU TO HUY ANVTIIINO ADVKItTISKD IN ITS COLUMNS 1U10UID INSIST UPON HA VINO WHAT TIIKY ASK FOIL HKKUSINO AIL UUltSTlTUTKd OH IMITATIONS Allen UlcvrlBC SaUc It the only lur v Roue hirers ltectaloalewittagneverfll Drawoutallpotontlaveeelpeeteead tu tUCbllaclelrJyandMc nooM roe J I ALIKN 5D1DICl n 10 NI Iual Sleu Hold hg Dro1 meat emoted Iw a few anon bled KRAUSERS from hlcllo LIQUID wood wnuIItretter aDd the cltclllar t 1L11It1C L1V STOCK GUTS We win furnish duplicates of LIVE SPECl1l9 STOCI CUTS or any OTHER CUT shown In any BOOK at or below quoted prices for same A N KGLLOaG NEWSPAPER C0A 335 W Fifll Ht CliiclunO I- FREED HAN DSOMEa1poC5N suerf- ui11 Kuarllntcud tu naoarImar an Overland Club Send it cenu fOI ffsOfal Is QVIUUiU uUNTuhY Baa r a isR2ry t e I v I T E r 9 St t I t PIGEONS ON THE FARM Dow to tlulld n Houe and Yard Hulled lo Their lle ulrcmeut In livery Detail Among the pets that make life especially attractive in the country stand first nnd foremost the dainty pigeons Vs well try to paint thp Illy ns to at tempt to fashion a more bewitching creation than it is to be seen in this com bination of grace and feathers Why the pigeons are not more commonly seen nbout the country places is hard to understand for as a source of orna went they are preeminent multi as a Source of delightful companionship theyarc unequaled Their superb lire and groove the bewitching posturing combined with great beauty of form all unite to mike these little friends PIG ISO N HOUSB AND YARD most desirable accompaniments to rural life- Where pigeons are kept It is too often the practice to house them in tonic low loft under the eaves whore It is inconvenient to visitI them and where the birds often suffer neglect If possible it Is better to have quarters upon the ground floor and preferably in a separate building The pigeon house may well be made an ornament to the place With this idea in view the iccomponying illnstrtion is given This represents a small raid inex pensive house built in attractive lines and thoroughly suited to the purpose for which it is intended A small hall way runs through till center giving ae crts to a commodious room on each tide A light on either end of the Mite opens out front these two lofts Such a little house stained oat coy fled with vines will make a very at rnctive addition to any country place 4ml will do much toward getting the children in love with country life and interested in the companionship of an jnwls Such a result will prove bene ficial in nil ways and the influence will remain a lasting impression through life American Agriculturist POTATOES FOR SILAGE Prof llrnry the WNIMIIINII Aiitlior Ity In InilllltMl to DUeolirnm- Tlulr IM Prof 111 Henry of the Wisconsin Igricultural college makes time follow ing Interesting and practical continents on nn article in Wisconsin AgrktilI lurid entitled Unslllng Potatoes The article is an interesting one from several points In gentralI am not in favor of putting root crops into a silo The turnip beet or potatu when taken from the ground In the fall and stored In the pit or cellar is n living object and under normal conditions loses only a fry little of its substance from week lo seek because when dormant the condi tion of life is maintained at the minimum of food requirements The root byupor slice roots mind put them h the silo life is destroyed and fermentations toil decay set up at once and these anytunditionst to 94 per cent water Because so notlathyI potnInboutOdry matter or as ns fern corn forage It Iis possible this f IIsI1fI We however that putting potatoes 1Ito thatII material will become common as a ige substance If potatoes are very generallyboldwaitingkratikrsef sprngg when the markets arc un silotbefallforalertItr from nil sides It Viewing scents to me our Itmers especially where corn can be R0 greattrtt thetentaubarb starts to grow so early in 1LarlyJkeup aii of the ashes during the t to use ns a top dressing in the lIeX spring SCRUBS MUST GO No Stockman Who Stick to The- Ca llenionatily Expect to Make Hulh land sleet Scrub stock IIs not always bred that way The best and bluest blood known to breeders may be made to bring forth progeny of the scrub order by carelessness ou the part of the feeder The old saying that well fed is half bred Is not merely a saying It Is founded ou truth und as a statement Is quite exact The veriest scrub may be made quite respectable by proper feed purebred qUillItuse that is inherited by the purebred animal and the feed given to it will never produce the results that would hUe been shown if the care and skill that lies behind the purebred beast upTherewhether bred or made to by cureless ness Scrubby horses or cattle mark the owner as being at once nonpro gresshe and Illlit tell for breeding or feeding A man may not be linancially able to stock his farm with purebred stock but even the poorest farmer may command the services of good sires tend in this way secure the benefits of good blood The first remove from a scrub where a purebred sire Is used removesillimal that will pass for a high grade nnd possessing the good qualities of the breed It humus been graded up with Happily he day of bred scrubs I li nbout past Very few genuine penny- royal steers are to be found now mid cnch year they Income fewer Tim scrub made so by lack of care mend cart less feeding is still too touch In evi dence It will not disappear as long IU corn stover is left in the field for emu tic to forage on during the winter No profit can result from any kindof scrubs and tin tuna who allows them to remain on his farm and continue to be scrubs willI be the one who is ready to testify that there is no chance fui him to make butt ends meetFaruuers Voice HAULING SORGHUM A KIIIIMIK liirin r Oomrllux a Coiitrl vniiit fur Urn sIsg Ilie Iliij let the Stiiili- Ve use a homemade impliimnt fot hauling JJfrom the windrow to tht stack The name it goes by here it the godevil To makeI one get thivt joists eight inches wide and li feel long four scantlings i4 cut the axe in dillVrcul lengths from torn to sever feet long take seven of these pleeei and sharpen one end so that they wil pass under the hay and nut catch ir the ground lay one of the ILfoot pieces down for the head OIM two pieces nit foot long sad lay one at each end oi the long joist Then layon the sever teeth placing the long one in the mid tile sec emit anti the shortest ones a the end then the others between tin SORGHUM HAUMNG RACK middle and the end ones Then fit pieces from the eightinch joist between the teeth as tight as possible then lay the other joist on top of the leetlrbore holes through the upper mind lower joist and the teeth put good stoul bolts through them and the teeth At the end outside of the teeth shove a collar round so tint a chain can work loose on it and not slip off the end Bore a few two htch holes In the head and put in stakes to prevent the hayslup ping oft behind Fasten a chain or rope ten feet lung to each end hitch a horse to each end let a boy ride each horse go to the end of the windrow have a man to stand ou the go devil to manage it start the horses along the windrow until you get a load then draw it to the stack turn the horses mind pull it backwards until it Is clear of the load11 M1 Adams in Ohio Farmer Inmlliu wllli Tool It is extremely important that every farmer train himself to handling tonlsI of all kinds If he has a forge with bellows and n toolhouse with turning lathe he can make extra whillletrees clevises and other articles that are rpt to break when men and teams mire busi1 est Many of these can now be bought quite as cheaply as they can be hand made Hut there are ninny things thirst are exceedingly handy to have about th house or bam that cannot be purr chased in the stores The toolhouse will be one of the favorite places for boys on the fruit to learn to be handy with tools and whatever they do IIII later life theywill never begrudge hlI time and experience It has taken to give them the lessons thus learned A mound of enrth raised around each tree should never be omitted in the fall transplanting A DIFFICULT CASE Itaa One That Delft Skill et- 1hjralclann Could Not Cope With exclaimedatohaveexperiencesuuway ukejtheIIddressedXodimculmaladiesVery mtcroHiing young lady Very inter llItirdtooandlI1parentl thebookllen- gagement She evaded my questions for Bluelaylovedandamount of will power at her command coins i snakewaywereequally StudentstomakethellyoungermanI are often ill supply11IoIts i alwayscommon sense on which to draw Your ex trulywonderfulcourse recovery was immediate No with hesitation The truth iN she hatuhimUetroit GREAT HEAD A Sninll SnlcNliuly AVIio Knows n flint ur Two Aliout Mnnlp- uliitlntr Stuck It was just before Xtw Years day and Mamie and Sadie were haying a friendly chat over the counter Mamie was a toned I utive salesgirl not much older than Sadie whose daily attention Will given ihcorcl I icallv tothecryoflahsh Jay Mamie remarked Sadie did yc see them calendars ou the table two room I oerrII tlIIllhasilfrolllI I and pointed triumphantly to two specimens of the saidcalendus You bought two ofem in awestruck tones from Sadie Well I aint bought em yet I just picked out two ofem and put cm away Ilieyll mark the ones thats left down to jI 1elcnl pretty soon Then Ill put these lucre back and buy em quid See Sadie saw and her mouth fell open in admiring awe Then she recovered1 herself Soy will ye save one for Iller Sure Sadie rushed off nnd inside of two min mitts a third calendar was in the drawer waitmi fur a dron in priceN V Sun TnriiUls moro Catarrh In tills sictlop ot tliocDitiilfv thaw nil other diseases put to gather std until the hist low yours wiissiip po oil to he iiiciirahln Fur a BITIII iiinry yiiiiri doctors iinniouiuctl a lucid disease ninl prosiTllicu lord remedies nut by con stntiilv failing to euro wliti local tivattiicnt I pninoiinccd it inrurablo Selemelias irovea catarrh to bo a coastiliitlonal IIcu tilt then fo n rwpiirrH corutltutloiiul treatment Halls Catarrh Corn inunufartiireil by IV 1 Cliunoy s Co Toledo Ohio in tbo ottlm constitutional euro on tlio market IIt is tnlien lutcrnally in doses from to drops to n tcaspooaful It nets directly on time btoud and mucous on rf ares of tin systetll Iliev odor ono linndrfil dollars till any case ft I falls tncurn Hetul for circulars and tiMI mrmlals Addrosi K J CirrMv CoTo Icdn O Sold liv nruRiriots 7V Halls Fatally Villa are tho brat Many n pair of patent leather shoes rover holes11usbanglonlaI See Bad sprain is cured St Jacobs Oils magic worked it theloveSt Jambs Oil cures Soreness St Jacob Oil curt Stiffness Some people Put on airs while others merely whistle them Chicago Uaiiy New An agreeable truth may lie at the bot tom ofa well but a disagreeable one al DailyNewsNewsSheflats just it everything Iisay goes in one ear and out of the other litHell good gracious You dont suppose my head is big enough to hold it all1onhere Statesman The story goes that when Li Hiu g hang sitedally over the veteran stntcMiianR declining years The foljowin jetterflo the story ftoes was received in acknowledgment My Dear While tendering my best thanks for sending me your dog I licg tc say that as for myself I have long since given up the practice of eating dogs flesh limit my attendants to whom I haunted the creature tell me thlIenr tasted anything KO nice Your devoted Llouseh- old Words Two little brothers in Hath Mo were confined indoors during a storm null Son the younger made such an uproar that hit Theyhare1by side at night saying their prayers the elder thus closed huts supplication And hoytPhisexclaiCilljtYoll selfOld I timedogsanything Old KeenerHy the way whatll you sell that acre lot on the cor ner of Mary nnd Martha street forr Ol- drogleThat lot is not fur sale I shall hold onto it In less than ten years it will bring more than double what it would sell for today Itoiton TranscriptS I think Iam in love with that girl when sloe comes around i get three new dus jases What are they Palpitation of he heart ossification of the head nnd paralysis of the tongulJ 0 Times Democrat tetburaction should be taken regarding the status todralmillion people of a foreign tongue have been annexed Neither have we ever had before such n reliable medicine for malaria fever JttlrestablishesA Woman Snillr Strange what a little thing will turn the whole current of a mans life Whats the matter now Jones Up to 30 days ago the young lady of my choice was taking my attentions seriously concllI amiddroppedkeep her face straight a minute while were toBelherDetroit Free Press I could not get along without Pisos Cure curesMrtIlEi tgathrtII popularChicago praiseIlalesPikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute I The man who does his own thinking beg comes n focus for all the reflectors Hams Horn Wheres it pone Ask St Jacobs Oil It cured that bruistgone A mans work is an index of his char acter Hams Horn StJacobsi Huzjiards never tully etiquette Hams Horn V b as IIBearsUssTheFirSignature YearsOft TNe CTUN I ASK of man in can find that they like to I get to us kinds as TAGS dmgn im from Japan 25 tuud steel 25 inch Rood steel 25 fork and Spoon 53 10 Herl BO 7 Duller Kniff triple plate betquati I CO K Sii JrShc II triple plate betlqualily GO- p Ilin tterlmg 70 10 Keen Kiilrr own Madel 70 ILsi her Knife Kern Kulier winch 75 75 M 100 thytt set fimch 100 1C Cutter ame set 7inth 100 17 Date Hall ociaiinnheitqu1 100 18 Watch stem wind and set n teed good keeper 200 SI AX lUG L M NATURAL LEAF PLUG CLIPPER PLUG CORNER STONE PLUG KNIFE PLUG SLEDGE sat UN- In time Bola by dze late CON N r v SISTERS OF ST TEAKCIS i t Tell the People of PilIWI for La GrlJJ t La Grippe Is everywhere either has it or knows t I has It All charity workers and find the pmIo alence of It grippe very db aatrous to their work Sit ters of St Fran cis a large numherofdIMIty under theircharge These slatersSISTERSbe a serious problem Theirfavorite remedy is Peru un Dr Hnrtman recently received the letter them ST VINCENTS OnritAN ARTLUX j East Main St Cor Hose Ave Columbus Ohio Dr 11 Hnrtnmn Some yearn ap a friend of our recommended to us Dr llartnmns loruna as excellent remedy for In grippe of which we had several cases which threat erred to bo of a serious character We began to use it and experienced such wonderful results that since then Pcruuii hits become our favorite malt cine for la grippe catarrh coughs colds and bronchitis a SMTKIIH OK ST FHANCIB- SU Vincents Orphan Asylum For Dr Hartmans latest on catarrh entitled Winter Catarrh address Flue 1erunti Drug Manufacturing Columbus Ohio For Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bought COMPNV 1T MUNNT UTNttTNtWTONR CITY c eGG oeeQ everybody you know to IINatural Leafwill pay for any one or all thingsandI Ilivery and child America on this list would have nnd can have Write your name and address plainly and sendeversomcthingI Ican mentioning the number of the present I Any assortment of the different of will be follows IIUHblade Knit quaint IliadOZ Stamp silver Knife tiIaII blade incfIPaper sterling silver I thytl A lime Jar SLEDGE PLUG- SCALPING MIXTURE SMOKING Their ito Everybef someonoelaewl mannrla The have following from institution then book Compnuy S5 I woman tags accepted 10 Alarm Clod nickel warranted TARS 200 Carvers huckhorn handle toad Isteel 200 31 Six Rogens Teaspoons best qual 3ifl tfj Knivei and Koili sit each buck horn handei 33 Clock 8day Calendar Thermom 21 Stove eter wition LUromeler theater size No 30 or Nn10 2110I I33 Tool mole Set not plaything but It leal Toilet Set decorated porcelain very handsome ton 37 Watch folid silver full jeweled 1000 38 Sewing Machine bur elate with attachments IfOO JO nevolverColtbest quality IMW 10 Rifle Wincheiter 16ihol 33callUM 31 Shot Gun double barrel hammer Ins Hub twin 2000 33 Guitar Waihbum rmewerd In laid with molherofpeail 2000 Bicycle landird make lai1 let or cents 3SO- OIJOOKS 30 choke electionmime- as last years litl tat each I1899ItPm to Not Made by a TRUST or COMBINElOOTETT TVIYTCRR TOBACCO COlVrPY Mnnullscttatta liYiWWW W VWVWWiWiVMViVVVftWA fr YihYlfJflNYifNsWlNrWtfrfrV- lfr DONT PUT OFF TILL TOMORROW THE DUTIES OF TODAY = BUY A CAKE O- FSAPOLIO F Hr ry UJIUUJuaUJUIUIWtIVfYoYIf asaatcloabS up UMPTK diKbI Remedy S Children 20 K 33 40 II II It DROPS DLSCOVHY- qule eeleeM Barr use eo noon or tetlmonnb and te day- sesotFree SLHMbangsAHMscsIT A N Kg 1741s J HHYNY W MIT tb Iirs r1 11111 M r- Ms l alii pa1Mr p r F 7c a r Alr a x- N u n t yLnr WY W g X3 1 rta rte r ri r a 1 rti rw v 4If If i rr a- f z u r- ty 4 1- 1k r a f M try g j ri I rrrog t 4 5 It i flJI f ii- C i- a Ii iY ii f A THE HERALD SPENCER COOBR Ult t I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 18 1800 FOR OOVERNOU PP1 WAT HARDIN OF IIA1UOUSIJUIC =+i 1nnou n EmCfCS + 0 Fur Stnln Auditor Wo are authorized to nnnnunco JOHN It VII ENAU 1 of Madiion county as a canI didate for Auditor of Kentucky subject tot the action of the Democratic convention 1 In 1899 i COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0BSjrTo insure innertion ALL corrcH pondcnco must bo in this office by Monday night of each week stud I I thnt nearby on Monday inoriiinc o SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS John Dlie Is Buttering with neuralgia Hnrmon Swango was nt Daysboro on bus iness Friday Harrison 8tvnngo nttcinlud church at Con lolutlun Sunday Rev It MIee and wife of hazel Jrcen visited in these parts lust week Hush Swnngo uttendcd the burial of the wfouf Mr C C Long at Consolation Sun tiny afternoon Itcv W II Itngnn prtslding elder of thU work U with us this week trying the pawtof Swnngo water Clarunou Cecil of Hazel Jrcen Academy i pcnt Sunday night with Uncle Itarry an Aunt Nancy Swango The Springs seems to ho n place of IlIjO Juent MI well im of benefit fur the boys andI girls of the Hazell Sreen Academy just alter drool hours these pleasant afternoons for their laughter and merriment sounds andI resounds Iron the hill fur some two or tluer hour Come along you are always I cl1 I lOlllelrIlIO UNO STILLWATER SPARKLES JT1 Day has closed out his store at the bridge 011 Itoso went to Cantul FtMurnid the tonne tiny nJ W Hanlcy of Campion was amongst UN Saturday looking fur cattle KlUha Chamberi who wax very low with fever iAI able to he about again Mini Malvey Smith has been visitingI tat trip Ito weekr It day 1 I Day another job Roger Smith wan visiting at his brother illlaw It T Carrolls Saturday an J Sun tiny Hey Williams of Campion our singing school teacher preached tit tilt bridge 81111 tiny IJowcn Moore who has been confined to his bed for Tonle time Iii able to be out gain Wra Collliia and Newton Weatherby of IIrhlgeHunday2 The infant child of Otis Ltncnnn of the Trace fork tiled Saturday night with the whooping cough Rev nrcolIIlRIIIOllbg Sunday to attend church and thin tttgIt rchool Our efficient blacksmith 11 Hose has gone into the goods business nnd has put n nice line of goods In one end of hiIlwclI ing house Jell M1 Joso sold lm t week to 1 11100111- Jilt Otto cow tutu call Iho cow wai 1 IS years old and the coif two weeks Price iO- This 1Is the hlghl lIt price paid fur a eon on this creek for a long time Ii S Iloso and John Tyler passed througinfur hero one day last week with a nice bunch of cattle In the hunch they had four last springs calves that they bought from W J Dunn and paid 100 for the four Died onjclils crook nt John Swauijo s Saturday morning old man Samuel Pro phltt who lea been a faithful member of the old Baptist church for a great many yean Ho was n good man and liked by nil who knew him April 13 OMEGA DAYSBORO DOINGSt8 II WilUon was in C B Arayx went to hazel Green Sntur day Lee Brooks of Glllmorc wes in Dayaboro Sunday Boone May went to Hazel Green one dablast week Willie Alexander wits seen talking to n little girl Sunday- A T and Rob Urooks went to Lacy Creek to church Sunday Dr A C Nickell niakca almost daily calls In and about Daysboro Mrs Maggie Oney wits visiting Mrs J X Lucy one day last week Miss inurn Wlllson of Gillmorc was visiting In Daysboro a few days ago John E lirooks and hit granddaughter Nannie Urcen tire both on the sick list thU week Unford Nickell waa in Oillmorc n week ago Sunday He goes now must every Sunday Mhses Ucbccca Wlllson Mattle McGuire and Fanny Dellnsk were visiting In Days boro since our lust letter Jo Hobards hits been Hiiflerlinr fur some time with n severe pain just over his eyes nil also with a sprained ankle You may have been mistaken last week when you said the Jucen of Swnngo Springs was at church Sunday Prof Drue Lacy says she IIs still nt Mt Sterling but 1 wont say whet I think about It lhnlCAt church at the Johnson school house Sunday the contribution plate was passedI Bud Curt l ncy of Hazel Jreen handed over a dime South Coldiron seeing him put III the dime said The h1 Curt if I had known that you hatIt dime I would1 have won that before we ever cave to the church house Yell we did ride that mule Sunday week nnd we went so tilt up the road that we did nut get back in time to write last week It Iis well for us that we did not for we was going to tell lien Sewell that we did tin agree with him on his Social Inthletunn trottn Flat the same thing Some may tint believe what Mr Combs ernhl about his roosters setting but I am one thnt does John K Nickell of this place had a rooster that hatched all the young chickens in the spring of the year last stun tluucr they sat him on goose eggs toad he hatched ten goslings and in a month or so seeyJ him any more until John found him xoro time in February frozen to death in his corn field but he had been filth lid unto the endj fur he was found frozen dead sitting on a pumpkin April II CllAlllil CAMPTON CURRENCY Mrs I I W Combs iron the nick list Circuit court will convonu lucre Monday i the tilth hist doe T William of this plane Iis visitingI in JohiiMin county II Clay Inccy of Ilaell ircen was iin our town Monday and Tuesday Pr II 1 Neville of Charleston W Va iis registered at the Coekcthiim lioiue Hill inihfl like Agninaldo Is going through slaughter house to an upon grnve Sheriff A TI Combs is now si citizen of IlirxuasI branch sand is engaged in raising rabbitlsipiirc 1 W H Hull says that he is going to run for county judge until elected Ili r rah for Dulll Miss titanI Wlrcman a chinning belle of IhllllItlmt to flower gathering in Ii country this week Miss Iela Little of llrrathltt who has been visiting relatives nt this place for some liana past has returned home lIlIImnnlcnlthlIttOrJlt AF Hyrd has loaf returned irom Irvine circuit court He leaves today tar Ilcattyville to attend court The Republicans of Wolfe will do well to instruct for Hon Win Dingus of Floyd fu railroad commissioner in this the 3d dl clef He la mire to he nominated and 1Vn1 had at well get on the band wagon Aa an Independent American citizen we countyuggovernor C U Hill for secretary of state nnd S W linger of Ashland for state treasurer and John II Choiiault of Madison for I call upon ITnnTox1 Hose who will be our next representative to introduce n bill In the next legislature to remove 1 county sent from Campion to lintel Green For many reasons I think that Hazel Green Is the proper place for it I am wnulidc t that a majority of tine citizens would vu the removal If n Democrat Is elected from thecohl i truth to congress next time it will be tl talented Frank A Hopkins of tho coon of Lloyd Itcmember that Floyd always gets what she goes offer I nm an indepen dent Hepublicaubut I will vote for a Floyd county Democrat in preference to n Hcpub llcnn froth any of the other counties ns I have done in the pest Frank B Cntron of Pomcro lon son of Joe Catron a member of Co K 3d Artillery wounded serenely In the thigh In a bat ie with the rebels near Manila P L a few days ago All the sick end wounded are now on their wits to San Francisco Cal when they will be discharged and sent home if disabled sons to tender them unfit for service Transports have olio salted from San Francisco for Manila with coffins to ring home nil who were killed In the Phil ippine Islands from Feb lib to March 4th Our causalities in the Philippines have been 184 killed and 976 wounded Gco L Athy of Co n t2d US Infantry which has been in the hottest of the fight hits so fclcol ed unhurt The regiment Is now at Manila MIZE MITES Moving Is the order of the tiny Ilichmoiid Dcltusk has moved bock to his form Mrs Catherine Cull well Is very ill nt this writing Mr U L Hose was the guctt of Miss Mary Itisliop Sunday Mr Leonard O horn of Kzel was visiting in Mize Sunday Mrs Susan Wells who has been very III with measles Is improving fast Mrs KniniH Perry of Pompis visiting the bedside of her sister Mrs Susan WeJIa Miss Iletltc Bishop was visiting her sister MrsI Flora Pach Saturday and Sunday Hiley Patricks little chili which tell into a kettle of boiling water Is nut expected to llive The teams that moved J It Dellusk dos itore to Yocum have returned They were gone four dnyalMiss Marr Hose Miss Lou K Caskcy and Charley Cnskey were calling at the Grcarc springs Sunday Quito n crowd of Gra sy young folks at tended the burial of Sirs Long at Consola tion Sunday She testes a husband and child to mourn her loss We are sorry to hear of the death of old Hunt Lydia Hughes after a long illness She diedof consumption The remains graveyarddrelatives MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mr Mankcr was quitu sick last week Floyd Carr of Kzel was in town last wcek 011 business IK H May of Montgomery county was in our midst last week MISK Frona veryemuch with n felon on her finger James Clark on Saturday last bought two line calves from Jordan Wills At S each Miss Wiley Stacy bus recently purchased a house of A iP iDye near town laid will name to It noon Died on Friday April i Mrs lathes Hughes fitter a lingering illness of more than I months Sum Wilson the port and artist has just parinrWills While nt church last Sunday aunt Peggy Itolin was suddenly struck with n very MS yore pniu in her head from which she iis Mill lug very much Friday last M1Il1I Maud Illnekwoll Lizzie Pieratt Myrtle Pitrail and Miirtlm Hay IfltllIlphrona XII The pent mil wedding hells was heard III Mnytown on Sunday April S the contract ling parties were Patrick Howard of Jack son and Mrs ILida alleyof this town Their friends uuhappy tool prosperous journey through life and unity their pathway be strewn with richest roses Miss Nannie Day and Mr Harve Nickell were the attendants Bud Hev Tyler officiated April 10 1IV7RI KVKS I wits tending an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diar rrhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter writefeused nny remedy equal t it for colic and diarrhoea T never hnd to use more worstterase myself or children W A lullebrSeed Corn uGoldenBellllt springeand planted for tho tfirst time in this county It is n remarkable yielder and every farmer should grow some of it for Inperingtoi dent harvest even on poor ground It will be wild for seventylive cents a bush e1all on Robert Xodlcy at the farm supplytNaL n Cotta The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So nro those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore ores of any kind or granulated lids Sold by nil denIers at 25 cents Grootost Clothing Sole In the History of the Trade gt Louis Gus Struus lexingtonS loaning iHouse We arc badly overstocked iin every department W0 propose to sell yon bargains when you want them and not when the season is over JUST THINK OF A GOOD WARM OVERCOAT at 99 cents A beautiful satinlined Kersey overcoat finest made worth LOU nt 1260 2oO Boys AllWool Scotch Suits double breasted sixes fi to 10 years worth 4at 2a suit JJcauttul blue and black cheviots double breasted up to 20 years old worth 10at o Remember we have clothing for the Workingman Farmer banker We do not carry cheap trashy goods hut represent such manufacturers as Alfred JJonjamin Co Strolls Bros Fechheimer Keifer Co mill all the leading manufacturers of the United States You cannot aflord to miss this sale us you may never have mother chance in your llifetime We are agents for Newburgh NeverRip Pants and will give you 10 per cent oil on all goods Beautiful Natural Wool Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at 1 a suit The best Fleecelined Undershirts and Drawers worth 2 at i1it suit 100 dozen Fancy Shirts made by ITutchinson Pierce Co at 75 cents Price never named heretofore and worth 150 You can aftord to borrow money and pay inter est to buy these goods at prices named LOUIS CUS STRAUS + Lexingtons Leading Clo- thiersTRAINING IVI FEED STABLES- i have opened my Training and Feed Stable 111111lltrill keep on hand plenty of feed and a full supply of vehicles and IItslrehllreau Itt nnstun nt rensouabie rates jo I JVT1 1 y a 1 tSJ 4iI J I Also for the convenience and accom modation III guests of the Day House at Hael Green and L 1ark Note it Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclrM livery stables where Itwill keep haggles Middle horses and hacks for hire at all tithes Per sons wishing a vehicle to meet them att McCausuy can telephone me and lucre any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I will nlso have n lull supply of hawks for ttn tn 1o 11 III 1nnn charge of careful drivers oftlJUePersons IlItcIIlIl either11cCausevh hping water fur them whenever desired nnn no m IIIH 1 Day and Swnngo water fresh and free on ice and tap for guests at L Park Hotel J TAYLOR DAY F I LtY1T JiTUB UlisuwsOllicoson Hazel Green We H e PIERATT chnrg of time Hazel Green oflico null all IIlIllItitHlAGIN Y RESTORED MANHOOD SIll MOTTS t1tE1t1 tt ILLSOIUUlII rnmeoy ror nonrons prostration and nil nervous dlf roff r 1rostrnttontlalInaorlnstItanhoodrSmtsrlunslouthluitrrors1ontalWotty IfUnrlumboxeeIursaioewastaazvi a f k Q wAr 54N Ir Nfe i Y 1 r rr L yw It I Jf j II- t J v f f LESSONS FROM EHUD Dr Talmage on the Subject of Is raels Deliverer It at allt Divine CutiimUaloti to Destroy is au OpprcarUenunelntloi of Waralilprrii of Mnintnon AVho Seoir nl Slu I Train a scene in ancient story Dr Talningc in this disuousc draws I ks sorts us appropriate for this time us they were appropriate for the time when the event occurred ninny cell lurks ago text Judges 115 hut when the children of Israel cried unto the Lord the Lord robed them up a de liverer Khud the son of lent n lieu jnmite n man lefthunded and by him the children of Israel sent n present un to Kglon thick king uC Aloab- Khud wits n ruler in Israel He was lefthanded and what was peculiar about the tribe of Hcnjamhi to which he belonged there were in it 700 left banded men and yet so dextrous hind they nil became in the use of the left hnnd thnt the Hlble says they could filing stones at n hairbreadth mind not miss Well there wits a king by the nnme of Kglon who was an oppressor of Israel He imposed upon them uImost outrageous tax Khud the IIInllt of whom I first spoke hind a Divine cum uUslon to destroy that oppressor He came pretending tint he WOE going to pay the tax std asked to see King Kg Jon He was told he was in time summer t house the place to which tit king rev tired when it was too hot to sit In thr priUce This summer house was a plaee l IIlItlispringing fountains tumid warbling bird Khud entered the Kiimmer house and said to ling Kglon that he hitch a Intntedlattlyttime royal presence ling 1 Kglon rise up to receive the messenger Ihud the left handed niLj pats his left hand to his right side pulls out a dagger and thrusts Kglou tliitii h until the haft went In aftrr the blade 1 Kglon falls i and thud comes forth to blow a t ruin pet of liberty amid the mountains of lKphniim and a great host h is marshaled nnd proud Mnali submits to the CUlltqueror anti Israel is free So O Lord let nil Thine enemies perish So U Lord let allThy friends triumph I Irani first from this subject the power of lefthatdid men There nee tonic men who hie physical orgnnixa- tloii have KS much strength in their f left lined as in their right hand but three Iis something in the writing of this text which implies I hint Khudl hut sonic defect in his right hud which compelled him to use his U ft Oh he power of lefthanded men Ccnius is often self obserriui earefti of itself not given to much toil burning incense to its own aggrandizement while many iiII matt with no natural endowments If actually defective in phlltnlllllt men It organization has an earnestness for tlie right patient industry an allcon I turning perseverance whleh achieve I tnnrvels fur till kingdom of Christ I Though left ian1cd as Eli iii they tlIl1jj I strike down a sin as great and imperial II ni EgllllII1 linve seen men of wealth gathering about them nil their treasures snuffing at the cause of a world lying in wicked ness roughly ordering I mint rims 011I their doorstep sending their dogs rut to lick his sores but to hound luau tiltI their premises catching mill the pure rain of Gods blessing into the stung r wont ropy frog inhnIdIed pool of thdlIt own selfishness righthanded 111111I 1 worse than nscless while nanny a 111111I i fvrlth large heart and little purse hits tpuertytthat overspans the grove and will wing round and round the throne of God fcorld without end Amen I Ah Iliel Ills high time t lint you lef handed men who have been longing forthis gift and that eloqiienceand the yourltttjiMde nib these railroads Who set up Vl these cities Who started nil these hutches and schools nnd asylum ijWho has done the tugging tumid running aod pulling Men of no wonderful en ncridgingknowI i tad yet they were earnest and yet t theysereBut I do not suppose that Khud 1rtt time he took a sling in his left Bandcould throw n stone at n hair brtadthand not miss I suppose it wits practice that gave hint the wonderful dexterity Go forth to your spheres of yourgranyou thud missed it Take another stone swingItroundsad the next time you will strike the ringshiupon the XPec to put up a perfect wall The IN time n carpenter sends the plane throughajmtatn boyat 1mpts a rhyme he does not expect ofMakelqt efforts at doing good you are not very largely successful Under stand that usefulness Is an art n science n trade There wits an oculist performing n very difficult operation on the human eye A young doctor stood tiy and said How easily you do that dont seem to cause you any ttouble all OIbImld the old oculist it very easy now but 1 spoiled n hatful surprised1fhelp men to moral eyesight and bring them to a rsiott of the cross Left handed men to the world Take tho Gospel for n sling and faith and repent puce for the smooth stone from the brook take sure aim God direct the werpon and great Golloths will tumble before you 1 learn also from this subject the dna ger of worldly elevation This Kglon was whnt the world called n great man There were hundreds of people who greatesthonorspeak to them yet although he Is so high up in worldly position he is not beyond the reach of binds dagger I see a great ninny people trying to climb up in social position hinting nn idea that there Is a safe place somewhere far above rot knowing that the moun lain of fame has a top like Mont Hlanc covered with perpetual snow We laugh at the children of Shinar for trying to build a tower that could reach to the heavens but I think if our eyesight were only good enough we could see a Ilahel in many a dooryard Oh the struggle is llercc It is store against store house against house street against street notion against na than The goal for whleh men are rune ling is chairs and chandeliers and mir rors anti houses and lands and presi dential equipments If they get what they anticipate what have they Men are not safe from calumny while they live std worse than that they are not suite after they ore dead for 1 have seen swine root up graveyards One tiny a nun goes up into publicity and the world dues him honor nnd people climb IIpltato gycamorjcirces to watch him as he passes tend as he goes along on the shoulders of theI people there is a wav lag of huts and a wild hnn Tomor row the same man iis caught between the jaws of the printing press nnd mangled and bruised anti the very ame persons who applauded him be fore cry Down with the traitor down with him- Ilelshanr sits at the feast the mighty men of Habylon sluing all around ItiJji Wit sparkles like the wine anti the wine like the wit Music roll up among the chandeliers the chan deliers hih down on the decanters The breath of hanging gardens Moats in on the night air The voice of revelry floats out laid wreaths anti tapestry and folded bannersa linger writes The match of a hot is heard on the stairs Laughter catches In the throat A thousand hearts stop beating The blunt is struck The blood on the floor Is richer hued than the wine on the table The kingdom has departed Itch slmcr was no worse perhaps than hundreds of people in Itabylon but his position slew him Oh be content with Jut such a position as Mod has placed you in It may not he said of us lie was a great general or He was an honored chieftain or He was mighty in worldly attainments but this thing may be salt of you and of me He nu good eltien u faithful Christian u friend of Jesus And unit in the last they will be the highest of nil eiiloglums 1 learn further front this subject that death comes to the summer Roust Kg lin did not expect to tilt in that tine place Amid all the lower leaves that 1riftwl hike swumer snnw into chit win dow In the tinkle and dash of the nun talus in Ute sound of a thousand leaves luting on one tree brunch in the earl brcee Ihat court up to shake feverish trouble out of the kings locks there was nothing that spake of death but there he third In the winter when the snow is n shroud loin when the wind iis a dirge It isI easy lo think of our mor tality hit when time weather is pleas ant anti all our surroundings are agreeable how dittlmilt it Is for us to appre ciate the truth that we are mortal And yet my text teaches that death does sometimes come to the summer house lie is blind and cannot see the leave He is deaf and cannot hear the foun tains Oh if tenth would ask tin for victims we could point him to hundreds of people who would rejoice to have him commie rush back the dour of that hovel Look at that little child cold and sick anti hungry It has never heard thee name of God but In blasphemy Pa rents intoxicatedi staggering around its straw bed Oh death there is a stark for thee Up with It Into the light I Hefore those little feet stumble give them reston lifes pathway He has done his Here is an aged man work He has done it gloriously The of his youth nil gone IIllsI CUUIIIl11 children send he longs to be at rest- oldI wearily the days and the nights Lord JesusComeHe sayspass Oh death there is a quicklycants mark for theel Take from him the stnlf- and give him the scepter Up with him into the light where eyes never dim and the hair whitens not- through grow ot eternity Ahl 1 tlc long years death will not do that Death turns bed and from the- aged back from the straw mnn ready for the skies and cornea house l bat t10est tbou to the summer amId here thou bony rbuti monster this waving grass and under this sun light sifting through tbetreo brunches Children are at play How quickly their feet go and their locks toss lu the wind Father and mother stand at the side of the room looking on enjoying their glee It does not seem possible that the wolf should ever break Into that fold and curry ott a lamb Meanwhile an old archer stands looking through the thicket lie points his arrow at th brightest of the group he U a sure marksman the bow bends the arrow speeds Hush now The quick feet have stopped anti the locks toss no more In the wind Laugh ter has gout out of the hall Death in the summer house Here is n father in midlifc Ills com hug home at night Is the signal for mirth The children rush to the door and there are hooks on Use evening stand and the hours pass nwtiy on glut feet There is nothing wanting in that home Ueligion Is there anti sacritlccs on the altar morning and night You look in that household and say I can trot think of anything happier 1 do not really believe the world Is so sad a place us some people describe it to be The scetn changes Fathert I15 sick The doors must bo kept shut The den tii tvaIeh chirps dolefully on the hearth Tilt children whisper and walk softly where once they romped Pass lug the house late at night you see till quick glancing of lights front room to room It is all ocd Death in the sum star house Here is an aged mother aged but not in tlrm You think you will hive the joy of earing for her wants a good while yet As she goes from house to house to children and grandchildren her com- Ing is n dropping of sunlight in the dwelling Your children see her com ing through the lane and they cry Grandmothers court Care for you has marked up her face with many n deep wrinkle and her back stoops with carrying your burdens Some tiny she Is very quiet She says she is not sick hut something tells you you will not much longer have n mother She will sit with you no more at the table nor at the hearth Her soul goes out so gently1 you do not exactly know Ithe momentI of its going Fold the hands that hare done so many kindnesses fur you right over the heart that has bent with love toward you slnc before you were born Let the pilgrim rest She is weary Death In the summer Mouse lather about us what wi will of cone fort and luxury When the pale messen ger comes he dots not stop to look at the architecture of the house before he conies In nor entering tines ho wait to examine the pictures we hove gath erect on the wall or bending over your pillow he does nut stop to see whether there is color in the cheek or gentleness in the eye or intelligence in the brow Hut what of Ithat Mut we stand forever mourning among tin groves of our dead Nol Nol The people in Illengal bring cages of birds to the graves of their dead and then they open the cages null the birds go singing heavenward So I would bring to the graves of your dead nit bright thoughts and congratulations mutt bid them sing of victory and redemption I stump on the bottom of the grave am it breaks through Into the light and the glory of Heaven The ancients used to think that the straits entering the Jed sea were very dangerou place and they supposed that every ship that went through those straits would be destroyed and they were in the habit of putting on weeds of mourning for those who had gone on that voyage as though thatwere mutuallyilnd Do you know what they called thoe straits theyralid them the tinlc Tears I Main at the gate of rears through which many of your loved ones have gone and I want to tell you that all are not shlpwrecked that hurt gone through those strait Into the great ocean stretching out beyond The sound that came treat that other shore on still nights when we are wrnppcil in prayer makes me think that theite parted are not dead Wo re the dead we who toil w who weep we who ln we art IhlIIIilllIU my heart ache for human onowIt his sound of break log hearts that I hear nil about me ihi last look of faces that never will brighten again mils lust kiss of lip that never will speak again this u dow hood and orphanage Oh when will the day of sorrow be gout After the sharpest winter the spring dismounts from the shoulder of n south ern guile and puts Its warm In ml upon the earth and in its palm there comes the grass ranch there conic the dowers and God reads over the poetry of bird and brook and bloom and pronounces it very good What my friends I if every winter had not Its spring and every night its tiny and every gloom Its glow and every bitter now its sweet hereafter If you have been on the sea you know as the ship passes in the night there Is n phosphorescent track left behindI it and as the waters roll up they toss with unimnginablc splen dor Well across this great ocean of ht man trouble Jesus walks Oh that In the phosphorescent track of Ills feet we might all follow mind be illumined lie Wnant lUMy You dont judge a tuna by his clothes do you Robinson 1 Oh nol I away consult has tailor firstPllck The most perfect whispering gallery in the world is the dotes of St Pauls In London GOLD AND PkOTECTION Uuw the UepHbllcnn Policy Affect thin 1PrlcertiitOurOotn tnodltttn As a rule eastern protectionists re- In favor alad of the gold standard They propose to make prices conform to the gold standard and seem to thn they can at the saute time by tariffs maintain tt range of prices as much above the prices in other goldstandard countries as they tiny choose to fix in turltr schedules lu other words thev propose to make prices conform to the gold standard but they expect that standard to be one thing lu the United States and quite another thing lu ling land France or Germany If it were desirable to do so and we could by tariffs so restrict imports as to require few exports to pay for what we import antI could pay for Mich imports with commodities In time production of which we had great natural advantages the purpose of gold standard protectionists might in some degree be realized Hut our payments abroad are not lim- Ited to imports We are n debtor na tion our people our states our mu nicipalities our corporations owe I large sums abroad the interest on which with other charges amounting probably to not less than a million dol lars a day nest he paid with com modities or with gold We can pay with commodltlcft only by selling them in low as theycan be bought anywhere else We have not in the ptut nUll we cannot in the future pay this increas ing debt and at the same time pay for imports with commodities in the pro portion of which we have any important natural advantage In foot the natu rat advantage due to soil climate prox imity to Kuropean1 markets etc have In large measure dlsappenredby the opening of the SUM canal time extension of Irrigation In India and by railroads into theI Interior of India Australia nnd South America The gold standard in the United States must necessarily be the gold standard of time world and If gold appreciates anywhere It must ap preciate everywhere and as prices go down In one gold standard country they must go down in nil The prac tical situation is this During the fis cal year ISDn we exported commodities of the gold value of 382000038 We also exported gold to the amount of SO1S8019 more that we imported Hu skies the commodities exported and the gold paid away large sum In bonds of one thud and another are annually sent shroud in lieu of commodities or gold These help to swell the debt on which Interest must afterward be paid Statistics are wanting to show exactly to wines extent securities enter into our international tratllc limit at times large amounts are transferred lift the ma terial point In the argument U the fact tthat tthe 88 000938 of commodities which went abroad In ISM necessarily went at very low prices enough lower than in other countries to induce people to buy here rather than nllwhlIlIltu And not ou13were the prices of the products exported down to the level of international prices hut the products exported constituted only the surplus not consumed at home and conse quently the whole of any thing of which but a part was exported must have been as low as tIlt part exported If we in clude then as we toast in the schedule of lots priced products the entire product of the industries of which some part wits exported we shall find Ihnt they constitute a very large per centage of the entire productions of the country IIt IN quite apparent then that In order to pay Interest on the debts we owe abroad and for the carry Ing trade and pay for what we liuport a large pnrt of all the productions of the United States must be kept ns low ns anywhere else or guild must go to pay what we luck In paying with com modities and when gold goes credit breaks and prices tumble with all the disastrous consequence that follow every such breakdown A J WAUNKIl Million fur Iwitrnvriiinita- We hear front Washington that time river and harbor committee of the house hits pretty touch decided theta bill carrying millions for Internal Im provement shall be passed during the present sessionl Whether the commit tee has formally decided anything about it or not there Is no reason to doubt that it will set up the pins fort h passage of such n bill not by pro viding for the actual needs of the count r huh by distributing thet pork where it will do the most good This I if the session for this kind of work During the session immediately preced fig n congressional election the house Is apt to be n little cautious about ap propriating large sums for alleged im provements limit this IIs not that kind of a session A new congress was elected n few months ago and members of the present house do not leave to look out for another election just now Aggregated wealth In the hands of unscrupulous and designing men Is the sworn enemy of progress It Is the sworn enemy of equal opportunities Anti the young tacit of today are be ginning to realize that under republican rule which Un synonym for cor porate rule they have no chance Tune young men of the nation are today ItudardjmabaJ tr x t i- U 1 YkII1J1 Y SBLUf WJ x c The Prealdestt Waitla TIM Os SI- NIs11LItrlnE ubordluaterr tko War Deyarttnentr The president of the United Status reported deeply chagrined at the avagt nail as he tJecll1 Itt unseemly c duct of One of hlsubortllnuleswho wider the protection of hie extraordinary coin llsalon of inquiry into the conduct of the war levels n terrible shaft at the major general commanding time army That IK at the l1ojorgcnernl command Ing the aYjny BO far an It 1 possible uu der our plan lo have n major general in command The majors small boys are offensively unruly nt times having ap parently no feat of his magisterial sword lint aside from the infraction of good manner and military disci pllnc whether Kngan calls Miler a liar or Mlles disturb the serenity of tin commissary general Is a matter of small Importance to the people of the United States They do not suffer In purse or pTson by the unTurvcydropllkc de portment of these distinguished mill tary servants If the president will turn hula attcn tiara for n moment from the unseemly conduct of his shoulderstrapped subordinates he will be deeply and properly concerned about n matter of vast im portance to the people whose chief mag- Istrate he is Not a day passes that In formation is not conveyed of the forma tion of new trusts new combinational restraint of trade fresh violations of the antitrust low spread upon the stat mites of the United States a law which the president has not taken a single step toward executing though the en forcement of law IH an obligation of the chief magistracy It IIB true that the at torneygeneral of the United States does not meat opprobrious language from an assistant or from anyone of the district attorneys throughout the whole domain of the republic The depart went calls for no executive notice be caufteof the unpleasant riotous conduct of any of Its employes but If the presi dent haul the welfare of the republic at heart and if he were thoroughly imbued with the sanctity of an oath his obligation thereunder to enforce the laws ha would he more deeply grieved at the state of attain in the law department than he Is reported to bo at the conten tions of officers In the war department Not n district attorney of the United States lifts a hand against dally opens and migrant violation of the Sherman law Kncotiragcd by this nonnctlon which manifestly IH the result of an understanding nt headquarters combl nations In restraint of trade increase In number until It might seem na though nil the commercial activities of the republic were taking t hut direction Why IIS the president who appears deep lyI distressed nt the bickerings of two general officers undisturbed by the fact that n statute of the United State which he Is bound to enforce is regarded with contempt We wltncit occasional activity of a United States court In condemning and properly condemning the illicit con tuct of some violator of the postal laws but there is not anywhere In the coun try a Untied States Judge who instruct ing a grand jury draws Its attention to the far more tlagrant and dangerous ac tivities of moneyed men who snap their fingers at United States statutes and go shout their business lu serene confidence that lawless as they nary become they are not in dnngcrof being called to account by the enginery of justice in the United States an enginery pnra lycd by the very mUll chief magistrate of the republic whose constant care H should be to see that It suffer nut detri anent but work ceaselessly for justices sake in the impartial administration of the law When will Maj McKlnley ceasing to steep nt the comparatively insignificant breaches of politeness shown by mill tnry officer addrew himself to what may prove the herculean task of grap pling in the unite of the people with the trusts that oppress them Chicago Chronicle PARAGRAPHIC POINTERS The place where tho United States most needs un open door Ile the United Stutva Puok It Is believed that Algcr need no longer shut himself up lu Washington for fear of liobsonlzut lon by a war heroloving public Albany Argu Trust organizers are haateniaf their own destruction under the protecting wing of tho McKinley Imperial lit party but they are too stupid to realize it Chicago Democrat The president has had a headeat collision with public sentiment Pub lie sentiment hardly knew that it had struck something but the other putT Iis all in a heap Kansas City Times It Is undoubtedly true that ai Washington there is no apparent sent ment In favor of economy t and it la also probable that tho prevailing recklessness nt the national capital meets a favorable response from o portion of tk people of the country but the states mat or politician who mistakes tka clamor of the unthinking for the sober serious judgment of the people as it whole will find sooner or later thai those who arc responsible for inereaav lug the burdens of taxation roustafore A tlmo face a reckoning with the oirtfe L Ma chcat r K U XJnloa f i J i4 j rLJ 1 1 y b iT df Is4 iw+ rl- c ant Is J 4 p I AYr Yrw q a 4 ff i3r r i r p afa z- r r l r y t s- rr S 5- a fr 1 f x- l taA H n r r a Nfyf a 1 J a e tl EE h hf 4 F y i t I t y I jII Ii i j I i ii I f ii i t WMMI SMoiM Iinr It XIBT women suffer untold agony and lIwry because the nature of their diseaso k riot correctly understood They have beeoledl to believe that Womb trouble or fMMto weakbeMof some sort Is respon sible for the many ills that beset woman kl d Near lga nervousness headache pafl1 or dark circlee under the eyes elli atrsBt a dragging pain or dull ache in the back weakness or bearing down sensation profuse or scanty supply of urine with Itrong odor frequent desire to pass it with scalding or burning ecnea tion sediment in it after standing in bottle or common glass for 24 hours are- signs of kidney and bladder trouble The Above symptoms are often attributed by the patient herself or by her physician to female weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fan to obtain relief because they are treating not the disease itself but n reflection of the pri mary cause which is kidney trouble In fact women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is tho great discovery of tho eminent kidney nud bladder specialist and is easy to get at any dreg store for 50 cents or 1 mayhavoabout it both sent absolutely free by man Kindly mention TUB HAZKI GnREK HERALD and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co BingIiamptonNY r r419 I I Made To H JlQUU Mans Order6e 98 BY BUYINQ OIRIOT PROM t E ROSENBUROER d CO W2204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITY Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturers In America OUR QRKAT BARGAIN OFFKRI 5I I with 6StTITOI we Pay BsprMMge- Tknt eau era made up of All YIl Caiil er Irlnoid wltb rutblack Satcin thltttt of wrkmae hip ut fbi fruited Situ j la 9 J ratwith Silk Embi ldtrcd SlIer Collar 10 t 15 year with oat SUer Cellar AIIlint hats Latent Waist DudWtMRd piles of tile clotb sad titra buttons wit- hech tilt Kladljr mialloa If large If small fur 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WITH RlU HUGHES riioiuiiBTon Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage ii respectfully solicited S ROSE DAVID Headquarters Eicl Ky BBPRESBKTR SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO BOOTS + AND 4 SHOES Hopkins Place DALTIMOHR Mo Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ol mountain merchants Old papers 20c a hundred Ooaghed 25 Year I suffered far 25 years with a cough andspent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my lifeJ 13 Ilossell Grants burg 111 WISES OF SIN A Book forYoung and Old OUR WE CURE RECORD NERVOUS Estd 1818 BLOOD 250000sKINJ If DISEASEDPRIVATE DISEASESCUREDI n 250000 CURED YOUNG MAN SarftSwhen Ignorant of the terrlblo crime you wero committing Did you onlyI coiuiilcr thn fajciniUinn nllurcuicuta of this evil hnblt When too Into to avoid the tcr riblo rcfnltf wore your eyes opened to your peril DIJ you later on in mat hnoacontrnelnnylMlIVATKorllLOOD illfonro W era you cured Do you now symptomsharoijitlon You know UK 13 FATHEU 11 KH FONT If married nro you con tanllylhhtgn dread Is tuarringo a fulluro with you on nccountofnny weak ness cauiisl by early abuio or later ox ccrtcat have you been ilnifrcod with mercury This ooUlctwlUxntoutto you tho ruMill of thorn crimes nnd jioint out how our N13W MKT1IUD THEAT MII NT will Positively euro you It shown bow thousands liavo been easel by our NKW THKATMKNT It iirovcj how wo cnn tllAHANTKK TO emu ANY UUltAULK CASK OK NO PAY Wo twit and cnroKMlSSIONS VAKICOCKIK SYIHIUB UUSKT STKICTUUK IMIOTKNOY 8K CUKT imAlNP UNNATIWAI DIE ill AIt0E8 KIDNEY and LLADUEK tlUeafec CURES GUARANTEED Tho Vingca of Sin sent froo by oncloiliig o clamp CONSULTATION KUKK If unable to call writo for QUKHTTON J llLANl for 11UUE 1 HEAr IENT DRS KENNEDY E KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O Old papers 20c n hundre- dGREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policy American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry- on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe U walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern mentNotwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabu lous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleas ure and profit 0 Al W w Ell JJ J suffered from scrofula The best physicians in our Ii husbandIt For five years my eating into the mouth and throat The u1jincurable Sores appearedthepounced case the palate and tonsils eaten out and th regu the entirely eaten awayvein was exposed tongue else had failed he tried Sawu the outside of the throat After everything Ayers onsoren large his throat was too sore to swallow Now Jrtube as He had to take it through a erparilla terrible suffering he is fullyrestored to health and he is able to work every dy kough his speech is greatly affected bythe loss of MRS tongue Ealdd FOSTER palate Wilmington D- eifzusaparillat Mffiii8t i S i A I for REV for six no time to an ad to are at at all to I do or I to be to atI I is us ts Old papery 20c a I CC For seven with that terrible scourge scrofula in my and arm of cure was tried without success I had a physician who tried in every way to me I was told to take Sarsaparilla I its use and of this the scrofula was entirely J A GENTLE Fort Me I was a sufferer from scrofula to do any for twelve months Not one of the doctors who me nor any ofI induced me to try Ayers using I am now perfectly well GEORGE French Camp Miss y a CC For many years Ayers Sarsaparilla has been one of the constant remedies used in th Home Little Wanderers andwe have it valuable in eliminating humors from th bloodwhich seem to have been inherited especially scrofula and other skin diseases B A COOPER Supt N E Home Little Wanderers Mass w to Use Ayers Pills with Ayers promote and keep the liver bowels and stomach in good working order There are others but only one Ayers J Your druggist sells AYERS SIOO a bottle bottles for 500 I THE AND Have write this week but desire announce that they still the old stand and ready and willing times any work in their line for cash prompt paying customers Those indebted the firm will please i considerate enough call and settle once run our business and must have what due payour own debts hundred jGIVESjTH years suffered shoulder Everymeans good help Ayers immediately began after takingseven bottles remedy cured MRS Fairfield The It great being unable work attended ofmy physicians SarsaparIlla After eight bottles TOWNSEND 01 All found Boston 50 ge rs ot cures Sarsaparilla They digestion ROSEfDAVJS BIacRSmitns WagoQlIlakers toI Leer MYIfriends Them AND VIGOR OPrialTheand Appliances Induct nio to otter It to sutTerlnc wlllcuroendmenwhowantthemthatEItCtnclty IttouchlsNew Kleclrlc A gtvesinstant my nuverralltlTroublctnrlrIltor Nunou oblllt UnuI vrlnprentmind Lot butR1AItDAYSBodconlltleneoto It cc to sendlttoyou0NTRIAL wrltoto da= for Ulultr1lted uodteWuontahonvetupt Invector2t1 iHair StoreW- eI have in stock n full line of Hair 1VigsCurlsj EmpireCombs CorsetsnulStampedLinens 3centsclmnginehenmfiwillprompt SIRS M A KETCHUM Upper and Church SIB Lexington Ky MrGoebelsf gone out of commission SlfItJNC i8 H TREESPLANTSVIIIE Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orohard Lawn and Garden PTWo employ no agents but sell at reasonable pricesi1 and Treo Catalogues KJbAiftll JJJon application to H F HILLENMEYBRl LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 I I Post I No I Bills I II I Ion thus scull I i MRS S B KASH i Fashionable MillinerII i KY ii HAZEL GREEN I I i II I II I I I I B KASH M 0eSILAS SURGEON PHYSICIAN AND HAZEL GREEN KY an5ercd4 residence and calls Office at aU hours Obstetrics a specialty = been O 1 A Republican party has J lied in Porto Rico err A- tr a 1i 00 J ioIit i ii i r i I S Prdt t dtIi dt dti i f IiI IiI Iit IiI I I I0t 0t t t 1r 1i i Ca CIt Ci Itt ItB Itr Itd IC IR IC II 1tl tlt tlr tlC i 1 1t 4 atCr CrJ Crt Crt t