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THE HARTFORD HERALD.
world, the news of all nations luvibering at lack. " Subscription $1 Year, in advance All kinds Job Printing neatly executed. I come, the Herald of a noisy my per 4l n VOL. XXXV. HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1898. NO. 7 w&ssm. has demonstrated ten thousand time, that It Is almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES, Irregularities anil derangements. It baa bcom. tlia leading rsrnedy forthls class of troubles. Itexerts wonderfully hsallng, strengthening nd soothing Influence upon tho menstrual orpin.. It cure, "white." andfalllngof the womb. It stops flooding and relieves sup- JjFSSa lUl lIssT rrrtfc Braised and palnfnl menstrnstloo. For Chang, ol Lit. It 1. tho but medlclno raids. It U beneficial during pregnancy, tod h.lp. to bring children Into home ti.rrtn (or ysars. It Invigorates, stimulates, strengthens ibs uholo i;f t.m. Thli great remedy I. offered to all afflicted women. Why will any woman atiD.r another inlnuta with certain roller within reacbt Win or Cirdnl only co.U f 1.00 per bottle at your drag .tore. Tor AHct, 4a ewe reeulrtnf special dlrw. stent, ditrni, etilne lymitou. IKt "UitUa' UeXJory JVpdrtnunl," TIM caattanotvd it MM 0, Cluttiinava, Twin. let. I. W. MITH. Ctrnden. t. C., MTU "Mi aliases Wine otCarsul it hem tor laHliifl el the aonb and It saUrilf (MM air." PROFESSIONAL OAtiDB. Jxxo. B. "Wilson, Attorney Law - at - :A.3ad. Saixrreyor. HAKTTOKD, KY. CJl'KCtAt, .tlentlon given to collections and J .11 kind, surveying, mating amiracia, c Alio Notary Tubllr fur Ohio county. Office north aide of public square. J. Ed. Daviditon, ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD, KY. riU. I'KACTICl! hU profession In Ohio and ' arijolulng counties, breclal attention given to .11 buituraa rnlru.ted to hli c. re Office with County Attorney. E. T. ZETiiTlexv, ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD, KY. WIU. I'RACTICIJ hi. profession In all the coutti or Ohio and adjoining countle. Strict attention wlllbegiten to all bu.lnr.. en; trusted to hi. care. Collections and criminal practice a specially. Office up italra.next to Crlfnn'. drug .tore. s, 1 i. mmuii HARTFORD, KY. f frtrl ntaHlM hi. nrnrwilnn In all the W court, of Ohio and adjoining counties' Collectlona c.reiully .nit proinpuy aiieniiru 10 Office with T. I, Smith & Co.. Market Street. R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. KY. practice hla profeiaton In Ohio and WHI, countle.. Special attention el' en to collection.. Alio notary public. Office In Commercial Hotel, J. B.VICKERS, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. practice hi. proreailon In Ohio and WII.I, counties. Special attention rIv. en to all builneaa entrusted to hi. ere. Office neit door to the Republican office. O. C. Barnett, Attorney at Law, (NOTARY rCBLIC) HARTFORD. KY. 11,1. PRACTIClt hla profession In all the w: rnuria of Ohio and adlolnlng countle.. Careful attention will be given to ail business entruitedto hla care. Collection, a specialty Office over Ohio County Dank. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD. KY. TRACTICIC In all the Courti of Ker. WIM. 8peclal attention glveu to aettleraent of decedent, eat.te., road cae and criminal practice. Office up stairs next to Otlffln'i Drugstore, W. H. BARNES, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. practice hi. profclon In all the WILL rnuria nfnhlo and adloliiinir countle. and Court of Appeal.. Special attention given to collection.. Office neit iloor to Red front. ;a una a. OLBNH. J. i. R, WKDDIHO. GLENN & WEDDING, LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. tiriLI. PRACTICK their prorwlou In all the YV court, or Ohio and adjoining countlet and In Court or Appeal.. Special attention Riven to criminal practice and collection.. AI.o Notary I'ubllc for Ohio county. M. L. HltAVRIN. - SIliaUY TAYLOR. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, at Law, Attorneys - - ' HARTFORD, KY. Will pr.ctlce their profei.lorl In all the court, of Ohio an! adjoining countle. and Court 01" Appeal.. Special attention Riven lo collection.. 0-. JR. Attorney at Law, OYVKNSIIOIIO, KENTUCKY. I riU. practice hit profett Ion In Uavie.i, ad TV ininlncr fnutille. and the Court ofAnbeals, Special atleutlon alven to collection!. Office SoM Court Rowe. , .,, HinVIN ROWH, 01 i' jr. i. l'HUX. x fc0' TOrfff&Ig.ffi 1 A'WWVRS" y" HAKtFOKD.KT. ' Wirt practice ?n burls- of Ohio county and Court or Appealer trint attention given to all buslneaa entrutted lo our care. Office In Ukbalu building. SPIRIT OP THE PRESS. Ilir.rj BTRRRETT'h HTOIIV. tlllt Hletielt In llreckliitldge New. Ono tlmo tboro was a pretty girl and hor ma said to hor: "Oil, whittle, daughler.whlslle, Anil you may have a cow." And tho t;lr said: "I never whittled In my life, And I can't whittle now." And her ma saidi "O, whittle, daughter, whittle, And you may hate a man." And tho girl said: "I never whittled In my life, lint I'll whittle in cuu." Till! (Hltli IB T1IK HART. (Meade County Messenger.) The Georgia man who loft his wifo bco.uso tho baby was a girl Ih the groilcst fool in tho South, lit Is coaler to watch tho parlor thnn to watoh ill ont of doors. Many a mno, lato in llfo, hm regretted his boy baby. LOSS OK HAD noADS. Courier-Journal.) A well informed oitlzen of Jefferson estimates that tho farmers of this county alono lose $2r0,000 annually becauso of bid roads, and that if tho -100 milos of highways wero turnpikes, the valuo of our lands would bo increased 000. TheBO flguros aro sUtlling but reasonable. Oar land owners can macadmizo themselves into richer, and so can thoBo of any. othoroounty in tho State or of any State for that matter. SURE KNOUIIH I.OVK IN MAINE. ILewMon Journal. Do you want to know what trno Iovo really is? Jutt interviow tbnt Augusta young woman who recently called on an Augnsta dontist and requested him to extract as flno a set of teeth as ono Roncrnlly eccs, ezplainiui; tho Btrango requost by remarking that her lover word false tsoth and sho wanted to do tho same. LET THE l'EOPLE ELECT SKNATOns. (noitoii Globe. The Maryland LcgiBlatnro is giving un object lesson in tho wrong way to olcot United Slntos Henntors. Tho Ohio Legislature has not yet rounded out its awful exnmplo. Tho dlotittion of tho Mormon church ts tho mro of UUth, tho of tho Dclawaro Legislature by n millionaire i?as tpecohtar, aro rccont incidents of the election of United States Senator in tho wrong way. Scandal and and misrepresentation can bo avoided only by plncing tho election of United States Sonators in tho hands of the peonlo. Yon cannot buy or bull' dozo tho popnlar voto. (KOD UOADH 11AULY N3KDEU. Monday. Itcprcscntative Emmott Orr,of Owon county, was at tho Gait House yester day. "I intend to devoto much of my timo from now on," said be, tho country roads question, Tbero aavo been several bills already introduced looking to improvements in existing road Uws and some good bill thould bo paused. Certainly thero is no more important subject for tho of tho members of tho Legis lature, Good roads aro a necessity and .nean greater development and n highor civilization. Tho farmors of tho State uro interested in this qucttion more, perLaps, than in any other ono thing. I think thero shonld bo a law to allow tho fiscal orooauty ooutttoruiso taxes." Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers. Foley's Honey and Tnr gives quiok and positive relief to all cures. Ubown & Oontertown. m J. II. Williams, Hartford, The Last Sad Chapter. Thursday.) Misa Emma Delias died at tbo Lakeland Asylum yestorday afternoon of pneumonia. Tho remains will bo buried from Pearson's undertaking establishment this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Tho death is tho closing chapter of a ovo story that is equal for pathos to inythingin fiction. Several years ago in a quito little bnrgh in Germany lived two lovers, Godfroy liarrowBki and PLANTERS ffiFEMAlE.... ISAWATOR For nil illaeatos peculiar to vromonnnd Rirls. It Tone, up the Nerve.. Improve. thoArpptlte, Unrlche. thelilood, amlb'lvcs Llfo, Uualtli and btcngtli. Queen of Tonics. HAKES TUB COMPLEXION CLCAR. Cpcc; abottloof Monthly" Itesu riCU l mtlnir rills with oncli liottlo. For salo by all dealers or sent direct upon receipt or prico uy NEW 5PCNCEK MED. CO., ttilUnoori, Ten.. LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT! In caios requiring; special treatment, mart rets, Blvlnn; symptoms, Ladle.' Medical Depirtoeit Advlco and book on Female Ulicaios with testimonials frco. For Sale and Recommended by A. 8 AULX, Sulphur Spring., P. 11. HEAVRIN & CO. O.S.Raley, ) C1 k PROPS. F.ll.lleavrln; Sew Phoenix Hotel, 701 to 716 W. Markot St.. LOUISVILLE. V.l Si 'it '" I,, .,,,! - U1ttoH.91.001 pon'Onymr In . ''!" ' ' v v,, ' 1 . tnl - i. 1.1'' i -J-,' '.' Street cars (rora all de In center ofwholciale pot. pan Hie door. and Tobacco Trade Emma Dcllus. Thoy woro ongaged, but owing to Barrowski's poverty tho marriogo was pottponed timo and again. Finnlly Barrowski decided to como to America and provido a home for his botrothed. Mies Delius gavo him 81.000, tho savings of eovorril yoars. Witu tuts money uarrowsui camo to Louisville, intendinir to build ' a i a n 6 upngooa Uusiness ana men sonu ror Miss Dollup. Amorica proved 1 ttlo botlor than Gormany, however, and of Barrowski was unnblo to socuro ployment. His money qniokly slip- pod imny and ho grow mhamed to wrllo to his swettheatt. Months nags - 1 odnnd sho received no tidings from him. Ono bright morning lint Bpring received a Utter from Miss Delius in which sho said that poverty together was better than separation, and that eho had sot sail for Amorioa. Strioken with remorse, tho delinquent lover committed suieido that night by throwing bimeolf in front of a train at tho Jacob bridgo. Miss Delius arrived in tho city shortly afterward, and when she learned her lover's fato, becamo a in inving maniac. Hbo was committed tj tho asylum, whero sho gradually pined away. Sho was LigLly edncntod and spoko soveral languages. During her lucid intervals at tho asylum sho continually spoko of Barrowski. At the timo of her death sho wai worth abont $1,500, which sho hud earned in tho old countiy. One Woman's Revenue. (Bralui.l Tho door-bell of a Brooklyn dwolling rang. Tho servant win busy, so tho lady of tho houso wont to the door. When sho camo back sho" calmly bnt firmly said, as sho held up a yellow handbill: "Thoro's ono uoro houso that can nover have any of my trade." "Why?" asked a Brains roportor. "Becauso its messenger rang my boll to and put me to tho trouble of going ts tbo door only to find a circular. I resent it and I will nover spend a cent with that house again, " It wai explained to hor that tho mer chant nrobablv knew nothing of tho manner in which his circulars woro distributed; that ho probably gavo out tho work to somo boys or to u distributing company. "I don't care," said she. "It is his business to know. I bavo no means of avenging myself on tho boys or tho distributing company, so I shall takoit ont on tho merchant, and I know many who havo resolved on the samo plan. Perhaps when the merchants learn why thoy loso trado thoy will keep tho band-bills to themselves and learn to tiso in tho newspapers, wbero peoplo lok for their announcements." Children and adults tortured by burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases mav secure instant roliof by using DoWitt's Witoh Hazel Salve. It is tho great Pile remedy. For salo by Z. Woyno Griffin & Bro. nortford. tf To the Pole Underwater. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 0. Tho first Berions test of the usefulness and staying qualitios on a submarine boat will bo a perilous attempt to reach the north polo by tiaveling ncder tho ice. Tho boat for nearly 1,000 miles will bavo to go under tho surface whero tho ico is soveral feet thick, Alfred Ricdel, a young Baltimoroan, has held several conforonoes with Daniel O. Oilman, president of Johns Hopkins university, and others, urging them to undertake a jonrney to the pole by means of ono of the submarine boats. At first Riodel's suggestions woro not taken seriously, bnt ho insisted strenuously that there wes no danger. Now that tho matter is receiving serious consideration, and, it is said, thero is ovory prospect of tho boiug undertaken, tbo government may bo asked to lend a helping band by detailing naval officers to go with tho explorers. Whooping congn is tho most distressing malady; bnt its duration can bo cut short by the use of Ono Minute Gouch Dure, which is also the beet known remedy for croup and nil lung and bronchial troubles. For solo by Z. Way no Griffin k Bro., Hartford tf Eilarato Your Hovel. With Cu.caret. Candy Cathnrtlc. cure constipation forever. 10a. 3c. If O. O. C, fall, drucclsuref und pioncv. Tho vory readable serios of papors whioh Edward Everett Hale is writing for Tho Outlook continues to grow in interest. That printed in tho February Magezino number dcnls with Lowell's lifo and friendships in college, and contains some examples of bis pootio work when bo was ono of the editors of "Harvardiana." Dr. nale in this installment tells tho true story of Lowell's suspension from oollego just beforo graduation, about whiob for many years absurd and absolutely unfounded stories bavo been oironlated. Tho true cosq of tho suspension was simply and solely young Lowell's lack of regularity in tbo attondanoo upon tho oollego chapel exeioises. (S3 a year. Tbo Outlook Company, 13 .Aetor Place, Now York.) 1 n 1 Don't ToLcco Suit and hraoke Your Ufa Avar, To quit tobacco easily and forever, be inns ootlc. full of life, norvo and vigor, take No-To- llac, tho wonderworker, that maltcs vreali men stronir. All drueslsts. SOoorll. Cure guaran teed. llooUlet nnd sample free. Address) 3tcrllnjf Itcmedy Co., Chicago or Now York. Three Great Panics. Within tho past CO years there havo bcon three great panics, namely, -in 1837: in 1857 and id 1873." In the month df May, 182T,lu(B a'braslrirta'prooipitated had been -impending for some time." ""Tbo oondition'ot 'firms vaod tiousos'ot ''high' xredit many corporations closed up, their works; hundreds of business firms wero ruined, evon States bocamo bankrupt, and tho Prcsidont of tho United States could not always obtain his salary when it foil duo. Tho panio was immediately triceablo to a fovor of speculation, and tboro had boon largo of foreign goods under tariff act. and much Amorican onnliMl ltn.1 Iaa rleatatAM nnr r9 ntlttnAtfl .cui'ubu ""' uu ..- . Tho panlo of 1857 began with tho failnro tho "Ohio Life Insuranoo and Trust Oompnny;" tho number of bank fatlnrcs was vory largo; publio confldenoe was greatly shakon; land speculation had assumed reoklcss proportions; "paper" cities were numorous and assumed,-and many unproduotiro railroads wero undertaken. Tho panio of 1873 opened September 10, by the failure of Jay Cook.fc Co., and it required nearly fonr years to restore publio confidence. , " Sam Jones on Kentucky? Kontnoky has hor whisky and her fast horses, her bar-rooms and her race tracks, bnt she has along with them, as flno a citizenship as there is tho Union. Tho truest Prohibitionists, tho most faithful tempcranoe men and the most thorough anti-horse racing people I over met and I have been all over this country live fin Eentncky, Moro than one of the oounties in Kentucky bavo local option. Whisky making and whisky drinking in Ken-tacky are on a lower levol to-day than they wero over before in the history of the State. It is true that deaoons, olders, stewards and other officers of tho church in Kentucky favor whisky nod attend race tracks, but thoy are not near as big dogs as they were in years gono by, Bnt that state of affairs istruo everywhere. Tho world has nuit asking men if thev aro mem bers of tbo church, but tho world does ask. them with a vengeance, "Aro yon good citizens?" "Aro yon good fathers your children?" "Aro you good husbands to your wives?" "Do you pay your debto and live right!" If he does, tho world tips its hat to tho man: if he does not, they boot him, And theydo right to boot bim, in the church or out of it. What plcasuro is there in llfo with a headache, constipation and biliousness? Thousands experience them who oonld become perfectly healthy by using De-Witt's Little Early Risers, tho famous littlo pills. , For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., Hartford. tf. Leutgcrt Is Guilty. Chicaqo, Feb. 0. Adolph L. was to-night convicted of the murder of his wife and sentenced to imprisonment in the penitentiary for tho term of bis natural life. Lontgoit received tho verdict with a laugh. It was 10:80 o'clock when word was eont to tbo court room by the jury that thoy had agreed upon a verdiet and wero waiting to bring it into court, The jury readied a verdict on the first ballot. They retired at 4:50, and took their first ballot at 0:10. It was unanimous for conviotion. Some littlo time was consumed in arriving at tbo punish' ment to bo inflicted, bnt this was set tied bv 8:30. and then the jurors sat around in their room until 10 o'clock when thoy announced their verdiot. m I have given Obamborlain'a Cough Remedy a fair test and consider it one of tho very best remedies fop croup that I have ever found. One dose has always boen sufficient, although I use it freely. Any cold my children yields very readily to this medicine. I osn conscientiously recommend it for oroup and colds in ohildren. Geo. . Wolff, Clerk of the Cirenlt rinnrt. XVrnandina. Fls. Bold bv Z. Wayno Griffin & Bro., Hartford; A. S. Anil, Sulpbnr Springs; Jno. X. Taylor, Cromwell. m A New Law. IKmlnence Wave. A Federal law baa gono into effect concerning wbiob the avetago eitizon knows but little. It is an act, approved March 3rd,1897,providing that gold nnd silver coins shall not be mutilated, defaced, diminished, falsified, scaled or ligbtoned, and a penalty of five years imprisonment and a $3,000 fine ic fixed for euch offense. It is also contrary to law to attempt to pass ouy ooin.that is disfigurod or lightened, the same penal ty being prescribed for this offense as for the other. Hereafter tho possessor of n perforated or mutilated ooin must not attempt to pass it, even for a less sum than its faoo valuo. Beware of bad coins; they may get you into trouble. This law applies, it is presumed, to oburoh contributions for the proaoher also. m Don't annoy others by yonr cough-inc. and risk your life by neglecting a cold. One Minute Cough Cure ourea oougbs, colds, oroup, grippe and all throat and lung troubes. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Brp Haitford. tf No-To-Dao for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit euro, maVos weak men stronir, blood pure, too, II. All druggists. m m Ml He Was Excused. Illarper'a Round Table.) The toaoher of a city school reoelved the following note explaining the ab sence of one of her pupils tbo day "Pleso oxeooze Henry for absonts yotterday, Him an mo got a ehanoe at a ndo to a funeral in a carrlgo, an let bim stay to home, as bj bad nover zode In a oarrige an nevor wont to a funeral, nor bad many other pleasures. Bo plese exoooze." A Snort Sad Story. ; 1. a rrt,i - w .'avii .,1 H PneumorJia. vj 1' !.' Grlof. n'S 'f fi" .nad EcXHawy Mf a' yeeAo foitopo by .taking upolaims ana .worn-1 vHlUtof!W b,T?,fct,d,,' i1 tag them labors Instead .he ntpr Aniline. '.TO UX TTaawi flnf1 I.Mfc ar-. ' m J. H. W11.LIA1.S, Hartford. w 4 j. fc, jktf "I M I lUTi Hi i US ra f'i'M gf - -,?.. a.( CHANDLER TO MKINLEY Warns the President He Must ho Act For the People. MR. GAGE MUST BE CALLED DOWN. 'the Senator Predict. Cataatroplio If the Secretary of the Treaaury l'reue III. Currency Hill Suicide For the Republican Tarty. Senator Chandler of Now Hnmpshiro has written a letter to a Washington paper, in which bo says: "If tho secretary of the treasury and his singlo gold standard associates will ccaso their demand for impossible legislation, congress will pass tho noccBsory appropriation bills, probably tako euro of Hawaii and Cuba, thero will not be a serious party division durs ing tho session, and thero will bo an adjournment in May. Business will revivo, tho treasury receipts will equal tbo expenditures, the balnnco of trade will continue in onr favor and tho Republican party will in November, 1808, elect a majority of tho houso in the Fifty-fifth congress. a "On tho other hand, if Secretary Gago continues to press upon congress a bill tho objoct of which ho says is 'first to commit tho country more thoroughly to tho gold standard,' and tbo immediate effect of which is to throw doubts upon the sincerity of the president's a declaration in favor of continued 0 (Torts to secure bimetallism, a political turmoil will arise in congress which will split tho now united Republioans into fragments, whilo it will unite and consolidate tho now incongruons opposition. "It is not feasible to retire the greenbacks. There is moro probability that a bill will bo Bent to the president to Increase their amount. "It 1b not posslblo to socuro tho pas-sago through either houso of a bill mak ing tho greenbacks into gold notes or authorizing bonds payable in gold. The effort to do either thing will probably result in tbo passage of a bill for tho redemption of the greenbacks in silver dollars, and for thopaymunt of all United States bonds in gold or Bilvor coin in tho discretion of tho president, who will bo commanded to exercise bis option lor tho advantago of the government and not for tbo advantago of the creditor. "With such an uproar in congress as theso proceedings will create, with western congressmen embroiled therein, with presidential vetoes, as threatened by Secretary Gage under angry discussion, it will happen that all business enterprises and funds and stocks will bo disturbed, prices will fall, insolvencies will increaso, and the Republicans will lose tbo congressional elections in 1898 as disastrously as tbuy did in 1800, and boyond tbo bopo of a favorable reaction in 1900, at which time theroforo a Bryan Democratic president and congress will bo chosen. "Whether wo aro to havo ono of these results political safety or tho other-political destruction depends entirely upon tho conrso to bo pursued by Secretary Gago and thoso who aro pressing him forward namely, tho Gold Standard lcaguo of Now York and tho self constituted national mouAtary conference. "How much Secretary Gago cares for tho Ropnblican party is not known. Whether President MoKinley, whoos good faith toward bimetallism is coming to tho test, will stop his secretary In' his insano career is not known. It la to be hoped be will. But no political situation has been clearer than the to sound eyes sinoo the Republican party began its marvelous career 4? year ttgo. There are times for all things. There is a timo to move and n tiuib to keep still, and now is the timo to so keep. "It is simply political suieido for the Republican party in this congress to affirmatively open tho discussion of tho money question aud to bring on yea and nay votes upon currcnoy legislation. Wo ought to await the progress of international bimetallism, tho advent of business prosperity and the tilling of tho treasury by the normal workings soon to bo seen, of tho new tariff law. Shall we wait for theso things or rush ou to self destruction? "President MoKinley must decide. Will bo act for his peoplo or for his plutocrats? Upon bis answer will depend tho ovonts of 1808." THE ISSUE SQUARELY MET. 1 Democrat la Conje.. to Oppoae Mm Ex tension of Beau rmlloce. TheDemocratiomemberaof the houso of representatives havo done wisely in voting to opposo the Republican scheme to nana ovor tno "government oust-ness" of supplying the national banks exclusively with paper money, Bays, the New York News. Tho resolution of the caucus, which wns adopted unanimously, is oonolse aud to the point Thoy "ought to resist all efforts, direct and indirect, to retiro the greenbacks and treasury notes, "nud they should oppose also the extension of the privileges of tbo bonks and tbo reduction of tho small tax that thoy now pay. This plan of the Republican party to band over to a small class the entire oontrol of tbo currency of tho nation is one fraughtwith bo much danger to tho peoplo that its more advancement is a matter of Burpriso. Tbo country has been threatened with this issue for some time, and tho Democratic party, now that it is mado, must fight against the banks and tho gonerally. Thero U no doubt at all aa to tne ultimate outcome, nui care must be taken to keep tho Republicans from scouring any advantage through tbelr temporary and accidental oontrol of tho government All obstructive will bo justified in both tbo houso apd sonato until tbo people have had tbo obanoo to make their wishes on the subject known through the ballot box. The Man Who First Dlscoyered Gold in California. . IHarper's Weekly. ' jrtHad Marshal been. a man ot ordinary shrewdness or.tact,iho.ooullbavmada wuitedibU timaand energies .in euoits to prevent predatory attaoks on bis cat' tlo and raw-mill, and caused bo much ill-feeling that ho was foroed to scok f ofety by flight. This exporionco sour- cd his disposition, and on his return foolishly boasted of rich mines of which ho know, but tho location of whioh ho rofusod to disoloso. Hungry propoctors, eager to mako their fortunes, wore driven noarly insano by snob tantalizing, and again Marshall was compelled to leave suddenly to eavo his life. His mill was torn down and most of his property confiscated. Ho returned, built a small cabin near tho sceno of bis great disoovory, and thero lived tho lifo of a roclnso, in tbo mountains, and eking ont a poor living. ' Efforts wero made to scouro a pension is for the man who started tho great development of California, and tho Legislature granted allowanoes for fonr yoarB, amounting in all to 8720. This was all tuo money tuat Marshall ovor 1 received from tho Stato for a discovery that made scores of millionaires, and that crowded into ten years tho normal development of a Marshal regarded himself as an man. He nursed his griovanoo, and as hermit ho lived till August 10, 1885, when ho was found dead in his lonely cabin. His grave is on a hill not far from tho eite of his great discovery, and tiro years after his death the State erected monument to his memory. The monnmont is of granite, is feet in height, and is surmountsd by a bronze fitatuotcn and a half feet' high representing a typical California miner. ONE OF TWO WAYS. The bladder was created for ono purpose, namely, a receptacle for tho urine, and as such it is not liablo to any form of disease excopt by one ot two ways. The first way is from imperfect action of tho kidneys. Tbo second way is from careless local treatment 01 other diseases. CHIEF UAUSK. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is tho chief cause of bladder troubles. So tho womb, liko tho bladder. mia Avnnlarl fsw nnn nrtaA and It fr doctored too much is not liable to weak ness or disease, except in raro cases. It is situated back of and very closo to tho bladder, therefore any pain, disease or inoonvonienco manifested in the kid neys, back, bladder or urinary paBsago is often, by mistake, attributed to fe malp weakness or womb trouble ot somo sort. Tne error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find out correctly, set yonr nrino aBtdo for twenty four hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bluddor trouble The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tho great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have tho best. Atdruggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent by mail. Mention The Herald and send your address to Dr. Kilmer k Co., of Binghampton. N. Y. 33tf Pension Bandits. llivansvllle (Ind.) Courier. Of the somo 00,000 pension lawyers in tbo United States, many aro shystors. They and their undeserving clients are tho parasites that feed upon tho honorable pension system of tbo United Statos. Eternal vigilanco is tho price of honest pensions. With forged and false affidavits they secure pensions for soldiers who nover saw tbo smoke of battle. Their corrupt practices are the greatest evils of tho pension system, and tbo Government should strike at tbem with a swift hand. Deserving eoldiera and honorable pension lawyers will aid in tho suppression of these swindles. Fatality ol Croup. Statistics show that thousands of infants and ohildren yearly die of croup. Wo do net exaggerate when wo state that overy ono ot theso incooents could have beon saved bad Foley's Honey and Tar been givtu tbem in time. Can you afford to be without out it in your household? R. E. Iler k Co., Rookport. m J. H. Williams, Hartford. m m t FincShowlne for Coal.. Fbankfoiit, Kr., Feb. 9. Tho report of Stato Mine Inspector Stono is ready for tho printers' finishing tonohes end will be seen by the Governor and Legislature in a few days. Its most surprising feature will be the showing that the Kentuoky out put of ooal for tbo year 1697 is much creator than that for any year sinoo '03, whereas, on account of tho great strike and many other untoward oironm stances, it was expected that there would be a great falling oil in this regard, Tbo fatal aooidonts wero fewer and number of injuries as few as for any reoent year. CASTOR I A For Infant and Children. UBllS slrutut tf Gzai&jffe&cdu A Bottomless and Haunted Hole. AuburniNews Ono of the plaoos in our 1. An J Is nhnn n ml aillVn lllf UiliaiT. " ' , , ., ,, , ; . and sinner isthe old spring near town.in Logan .. county, known as . tho blue hole. Though legendary, tho ttory I shall re late of this spring is true, for it has boen corroborated by the former generation and by tho oldor men ot tbo present century. According to this story, when tbo Sbakor vlllasro at South Union was first established by a fow ..,,,, venturesome though hardy pioneers, a member of tho sect waa dispatched without success. Daniel Boon's Pistol. Richmond Regltter.) Col. J. Len Ballard, of this city, has come into possession of Daniol Boono's pistol. Thero can bo no doubt nbont it. Tho weapon, whioh is an old-fashioned lock, with tbo stock rnstod off, was plowed up a short timo ago by Howard Maupin's son on Mr. Ballard's farm near whero the' Squire Boono rock was unearthed a few years itfo. Tho pistol now on exhibition at this office. Savo the handle, whioh has long sinoo crumbled into dust, tho weapon is in a perfect state of prescrvstion, even to tho loads remaining in tho barrel and tho flint nnder tho hammer ready for tho steal thy Indian foe that tho old pioneer was always on the lookout for. Thoso versed in antiquities say it exactly corresponds with the stylo of pist 1 in nso in Boone's days aud pronounco it genuine. Mr. Ballard has received several flattoriug odors for tho pist al, but as bo has Boono's bell and other relics of the great pioneer, bo declined to part with it. Indigestive poisons aro tbo bane of the dyspeptio's lifo. When sick, see if your sickness is caused by indigestive poisons. If so, take Shaker Digesttvo Cordial. This is tbo only certain way of being permanently cured, becauso it is the only way that get rid of the poisons. Yon know tbat poison is unhealthy. Shaker Digestivo Cordial clears the slomnoh of fermenting food, and purifies the blood and system of indigestive poisons. It cures indiges tion and the diseases that come of it. Headache, .dizziness, nausea, weakness, flatulenco, const!pution, loss of appetite, irritability, etc. These are a fow of tbo symptoms, caused by indigestive poisons, enred by Shaker Diccstive Cordial, At druggists, prico 10 cents to 31.00 per bottle t A Real Catarrh Cure. The 10 cent trial size of Ely's Cream Balm which can be bad of tho druggist is snffioiont to demonstrate it? great merit. Send 10 cent?, wo will mail it. Foil size GOo. Elt Bros., 50 Warren St.,N. Y. City. Catarrh caused difficulty in speaking and lo a great extent loss of hearing. By tho use of Ely's Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased, voioo and hearing have greatly improved. J. W. Davidson, Att'y at Law, Monmouth, 111. Feared to Tempt Fate. Chicago Tribune.) "Johnny 1 Johnny I Ye'll kill versolf; That's fonrteen cakes ye've ettl" "I know it, Nora, I was afraid to stop at thirteen." m m A young lady of Wabash, Ind., gave a candy-pulling the other evening and fifty invited guests were present. Instead of vanilla flavoring, sbo put "painkiller" in tho candy, and tbo result was tbo pains of all who ate of it. Two Sides to the Question. (Indianapolis Journal.) "Uncle, wbiob breed of chickens is the best?' Well. Bah. do whito ones is do easiest found, an' de dahk ones is do easiett bid atter yo' gits 'em." . ' Science on orainsr Tho following extract is from Have-lock Ellis' book, "Man and Woman:" "Again, until quite recent times it has over and over again been emphatically stated by brain anatomists that the frontal region is relatively larger In men, the parietal in women. This conclusion is now boginniug to bo re garded as tho reverso of tho truth, but we have to recognlzo that it was inevitable. It wns firmly bolioved that the frontal region is tho seat of all tho highest and most abstraot intellectual processes, and if on examining a dozen or two brains an anatomist found himself landed In tho conclusion that tho frontal region is relatively larger in women, tho probability is that ha wonld feel that bo had reached a conclusion that was absurd. -It may indeed be said tbat it is only slnco it bos booomo known that tbo frontal region of tho brain is of greater relative oxtent in tho ape than if is in man and has no special connection with the bighor in tellectual processes tuat it noa bocomo posslblo to recognize tho fact that that region is relatively moro extensivo in women." THE WONDERS OP B0IEN0E. LUNO TKOUIILKS AND CONSUMPTION CAN I1B CURED. An Eminent New York Chemist ami Helen- lit Mnkea a Free Offer to Our Headers. The distinguished New York chemist, T. A. Slocum, demonstrating- his discovery of a re- 11. hi. and ahaolutecure for ConsuniDtton (Pul monary Tuberculosis) and all bronchial, throat, lung ana cues uik.k., .wwlvih vvu&.w, catarrhal affections, general decline and loss of flesh , and all conditions of wasting away, will send T1IRKK FRKK UOTTLKS(alj different) of his New Discoveries to any afflicted reader of Til K Herald writing for them. Ills "New Scientific Trestment" has cured thousanda permanently by ita timely use, and he nttiiar It a ftirtifll professions! duty to ng humanity to donate a trial of his Infallible cu?e. I rVS&& . ... " a .a l..,afif.lai tn years. nas DrOUUCCU results nmuw. w umanlty as con be claimed by any .modern genius. Ills assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable In any climate U proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude," filed In his Amerlcsn and Kuropran laboratories lu Ihousauds from those cured in sll parts or the Medical experts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, ..niMt.rrnnf.t M . - ' . .. meatu . . . aneedv and .. certain r ... t death. 1,1... . I simply wrlteto j.a. aiocum, m. y ,leet, fcew York, giving postoiii' lll be nromDily Sufferers should take Instsnt advantage of "Tflell iRitttSoV that you ssw hlsdffei I I J. . a;tf Itl, . 4u7nv7ifattou& '"i Small-TOX tt WUtKJr. "0Wi".ia'u8duro, Kt., TeB. O.-Dr. swalloWcaMriss, bhairmanbf tho'WhitloyGdunty Board of Healtbrmado his report as oertlng small-pox at Jellioo to-day after , SrJ.fU T,.i7 ,,X"Aro wIttflJW.blBdIfl tfpUJUDO a Baftli boiinly'8ncapitl.e;ryT5tienJ herbdd'hisbbrB61t'ifl'td',Klvb it water1 but rider and animal wero un. nncnr in riaa is said tbat tlin Hhakor'a friends usod as much COO feet of ropo in an attempt to recovor tho body and gold ooin but never struck bottom. 1 myself havo beard J old mon say they havo tried to find tho .bottom of tho spring by using bnndreds of feet of cord and a lead sinker, but Royal make, the food pure, wholesome and delicious. tmi AKlN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure OYAL HKINQ CO., M TOOK. investigation last night. Thoro are four cases at Jellico and four cases at Procter mines, about tbrcomilosaway. County Judgo R030 nnd County Attornoy Gad-dell went to-day to bco tbat a vigorous was established, and tbat tbo sick bavo proper attention. Only ono case is serious at present. To Suppress Turnpike Raiders. Frankfct, Ky Feb. 0. Forty rifles woro ecnt to-night to Sheriff Hook, of Bracken county, by order of tho Governor. Sheriff Hook telegraphed for tho rifles, faying that wbilo tbo raiders wero ootive, he was not afraid of them and intended to suppress them with a posse. Ho did not want any troops. Tho Governor was much pleased at the spirit shown by this Sheriff. OASTOIIIA. Till fie tlmlls lies StfUtUI triry tf Sfe Conscientious. "James," said tho milkman to bis now boy, "d'yo see what I'm of?" "Yes, sir," replied James, "you're pourin' water into tho milk." "No, I'm not, James. I'm nponrin' milk into tho wster. SoifanybodyaBks you if I put water into tho milk, yon on tell 'em no. Alters stiok to tho tratb, James. Cheatin' is bad enough, but lyin' is wuss." A Kansas editor, writing of tbo arrival of a now baby nt his houso, remarks thas he wonld not take 810,000 for this one, nor give fifty cents for another. Cancer 0! the Breast. Mr. A. H. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St., Memphis, Tenn., says that bis wife oaid no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast, but it soon developed into a cancer of the worst type, and notwithstanding the treatment of the best physicians, it continued to spread and grow rapidly, eating two boles in ner oreasi. ne uociora soon pronounced her incurable. A celebrated New York specialist then treated her, but she continued to grow worse and when informed that both her aunt rMrTH&r and grandmother bad died from cancer he gave the case up as hopeless. Someone then recommended S.S.S. and though little hope remained, she begun it, and an improvement .was noticed. The cancer commenced to heal and when she bad taken several bottles It disappeared entirely, and although sev eral years nave eiapscu, aw a mgu the disease has ever returned. 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