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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e 1rt HE HAZEL GREEN HERALD t f My r h = Established March h 4Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continont by Max ORell u s COOPER Ownor and Editor T FENCER 11 or IxNitUy World With News From Alt Kntloni Iitmbrtng nt rrln nook n e 1600 A YEAR Always In Advance =l TWELFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN t WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 1890 NUMBER 82 j Constipationj fully half tho sickness IH Uio world It ffythe digested food too long In the bowels r prOduces biliousness torpid liver Indl Hoodsbad sick headache ln Wise I eels etc hoods Flits ececonstlJl3t1on and tllorouJhly nil Its Pills1 5l1ynnd I i Seonlyy Massytoanand Eastern Railways limo Tablo inEffect April 1 1896 WEST BOUND = NoT 5 flATIONS No1 Dully D Ii1rlex Uiington 10 00 and I Iii pin I 81 I 3 rr pm1roa 1111II Winchester n 2 2b pin ftidie 8 1011111I I 2 00 pin Ndisn ohlsii 8 1 1 10 pm Clay CityIi 10 mil 11 10 am Sunton S 10 mn 111 nm- i rdlonti 7 f5 mn 1018 mn Dundee 7 n 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STREETl- Nearr Pe 0 LEXINGTON KY teiO teed SurgeollJ1Surtery and obstetric specialty v T COLVIN r FW1TltIMBlE BROTHERSII all r k 1usalgfOOfS er T STERLING KY- b lQNG WINTEREV NINGs fl IIA RE1N4NlPJ Tf ifEIALI t il ilI i I Vv I THE GARDENER Thought It an Original Spooch nut the j Old Man Wauled It Amended j i She was a denture little fchool maam as pretty as a punch just livturX old jjI and the oldest of a family of 10 brother mud sisters all of u hum hadl como lut1 the world with unfailing auntm rgu i larity IHer nm and pa were great peoj pic for fried chicken tI1l it wnX their oungtfjlIIIclIIlKrill I I floor gnawing a greasy drumstick or I dirty wing hone to keep them quit tlblcjhcllol1rj 1 i kids were the terror of my life for it i il j t needless to state always wore my 1141l J timidity clothes and it can be imagined I what an amount of Miuliinvrlimi diplo macy was required to keep my Iroiiwrs I unspotted tutu pot the youngsters at the saute time The children were of nn affectionate disposition very fond of me- a d used to select my knee as the van tage ground on which to discover hidden morsels of gristly sweetness I confided my troubles to a jmrticnlnr chum of mine one Toby Snulllcs by name anti he generouslyI offered to keep me company wearing n suit lor the oc easiin and to amuse the kids while I talked sweet nothings to my inamorata He wets a chuckle headeu pan faetd tutu I most uninteresting individual entirely I lacking in the refined disposition and in telleetualattiulntnetttswhlichI possessed yet strange to sayon his first appear since the young lady treated my further retentions with cold disdain and before the evening was fairlyever had tin blushingly appointed my rival as IwrI future daily escort from the schoolhouso to her home Toby eventually married her Ho was a gardener by occupation working at Squire Itrowns The squire was a noted horticulturist nnd most of Tobys work was on the quires flowerbeds When Toby asked the old mans consent he madeto marry his daughter up his mind to attempt it in n neat little figurative speech of his own and getting the old man into a merry mood ono evening took tho little schoolmaam b tho hand and stepping boldly up to theI old gentleman asked his permission to transfer his daughter from the parental1 bed into Iris twit The old titan stir yolCu the embarrassed couple for a few moment in thoughtful silence end then said t It Well young man I have no objec thou provided you marry hor first Are You Tired All the time This condition iis n sir indication that your blood is not rich 11111 nourishing as it ought to bo and nit 1 mavbeifyou will take a few bottles of thigruit blood purifier JHood s Snr- tjllpatilln Thousands write that HoodsJ of that tirOtI SatrAnpsrilln has cured them them rich red blood I fculing by giving t I Hood Tills net easily mid promptly Cure HickII oil the liver and bowels headache Dont forget that fine typewriter paper at TUB IIBBAIW office when you I wont some Only15c per quire o tcl ATTEMPT AT BUYING LaND It Requires Tact to Buy Timber Land la the Mountains- It requires time and tact to buy tyhiclexperienceI II along Tug river in II- Kentucky when I saw a tract of land upon which concluded it would pay to erect a small sawmill I hunted up theh owner finding him seated on a log fish ing Do you own this land I rih1 stranger Fust blto Ive lied II j Ihe answered in a stage whisper In about a minute he caught a fish and repented my question Gut any bacccr he asked I gave him a chew and in a few minutes hIJJ I said Which laud P t That land slung the road for a tulle hack Vans I IHow much have you V Ulmryoii CrulllII havelyauyFive thulsatdacres ii- II Vhatdoyouaskforitr I j Waal its worth 20 an acre but ferII iMh Ill swap ler 10 an acre JKaint talk bout it now JIov tcr ketch full i fcr supper t IOIt OH a log beside him for threuII untilthemy i I I That night I got as far as to see a t deed for the fund tutu get a description tt- I It mny IMJ a little short ho said I i withoutIsunefu tt- himj1 next tract which 1 did not wnnt tIll Umber being too thin IHow much dues Phillips want furII his Ilu1I11 I asked ihousan dollars Can you buy Iit for mo 1 How much is thereof itIA thousand acres I I reckon I Two weeks Intor I rueuirudn IluOIII paid 100 and whet surveyed thtII tract measured USD s11nehingtou Star i Rubber Rooting We would call tho attention of ollrI renders tn the rapidity with which the ruberoid roofing is taking the placo of shingles ate metal roofs TIll stock from which it is manufactured iis impregnable to water acids heat or alkali and the material which comes in rolls of LOO square feet each nupplied with tho nec essary nails washers and cement is war ranted to resist limit water fire acids alkali 111111ulher matters detrimental to tc the material now commonly in use It is especially desirablei for tobacco bonus ambles warehouses toad alsoI dwellings stud our readers will notion that the cost of Kuberoid roofing is far less than any other material now in use the sheets being put up in rolls M feet wide by 70 feet long and sold 200wiiaroJ feet Tho cheapes1 shingles will cost at least 200 to a5 per square laid whereas 11IIIill ruberoid costs butl1 70 per square and one ply 225 per square at Louisville The cost of putting down will alit ex 1ceed 26 cents and tho material is war ranted form indefinite time nnd rend s no attention for about two years whenI Il it should receive a coat rubcrlnewhichI embraces the same preserving qualities as the original stuck Our readers will notice in another part of this paper the advertisement of tho Gernert Itros Lumber company who are tho suite agcmts1lt1 in addition offer I for sale tho celebrated IIC H brands r building paper and paints which ofIIII have lidded to their mammoth stock of I lumber and house finish Tho cumptui is prepared to ship nn entire house pat torn on n days notice having in stock everything required to put Ill n house from start to finish Their facilities for 1 manufacturing hardwood finish hard wood Yours nnd nil kinds of hardwoodII I interior and stair work is unequalled I liar particulars apply to Gernert Ilros Lumber Co Sixth Mill and A streets Louisville Ky 0 I i1C 1 u MORMAN ELDERS Used the Baptist Church and Row It II I Closed i Reports from Elliott county state that se tho opposition to tho advance of tho e Mormon religion is becoming very vio lent throughout that entire country and that all elders have bran frightened out to of the county Several serious affrays to ave resulted between tho opposition and tho sympathizers soul the recently reported shooting affray near Sandy Hook has only aggravated the already threat Doing conditions a- Bider W II Hurrowc of tho Mormon church went to Criim in Lewis county to preach Ho had been invited there there by the Baptist congregation of Itcv Mr Killato Lilt the pastor refused to o permit tho elder to preach in his church Rev lliflato lucked tho door nnd put the key in his pocket Several met pried tho lock from tho door and l the elder with tho triumphant song bursting front his lips Hold the Port HO for I am Coming marched boldly in fund preached a lung sermon To add insult to injury the half brother of Uov Uitlato Deacon Gcoggo i Houp cost oil hit Baptist garments nnd donned the Miirmaii vestments Itov lliflato who I is quite wealthy and who had intended t to make his brother lily heir has revoked his will Ilov Rilliito owns the church house In which ho hind pleached nanny years Ho h its nailed up tho doors and nailed down till windows He says no more stow that it has been polluted by tho filth of Mormonism shall it be opened for relig leas purposes IHe says it iis hardly fit for a stable and that ho will probably use it to fatten hogs in IIlucroasnJl Hoods Sarsaparilln is thin onlyI blood purifying medicine prominent in the public eyo today Tho truth of thl4t statement Iis abundantly proved by tho unprejudiced testimony of druggists runt deniers at thin present time Through I lung series of years these men have handled Hoods Sarsuparillu and they have all seen scores of other medicines come to tho surface at frequent intervals J and thou disappear forever while l luudN riarsaparilla has continued to bo increas ingly in demand What iis tho reason for this unparal holed success It in simple plain easily stated and easily understood iris this H Pure rich hood is till basis of good C health amt Hoodsbarsaparillu purifies and enriches tho blood This sentence tells thin whole story This filet explninJ the wonderful cures made by Hoodri Sarsaparilln end it is the rcimiu for those marvelous titles of relief front Hufluring J which have been told from one end off thus continent to tho other and even fllrI across tho sea Hoods Sarsaparilln is th I only blood purifier This In why HoodlI Sarsaparilla cures when nil other prepa rations and prescriptions filIIII Child Shot In Georges branch precinct there I exists an organization known as tho Union League or Red Strings thoI object of which wo inure been informer1 IIrllinLlo parties is to check kuklux disturbances The organization suspect oil Asbury Spicer of being n member of of the ku klux forces and acting uponI those suspicions which had no fotindn dation whatever they wont to his homo on Howards creek one night quite re contly and fired into his house their intuition it iis alleged being to kill him IHo fled from Ills house in his night clothes without being hurt but one ofr his small children WilY shot through tho calf of Its right leg Tho wound though very painful is not dangerous Spice IhnK always borne tho reputation ofIf n peaceful and quiet citizen and1I IItho attack on him by the desperadoes i wholly unwarranted and uncalled for bansyI about fourteen indicated that they didnt care whether they killed Spiccr or any other member of his fatally The whole affair present rich fruit for the grand jury JncVson Hustler To Curb Cold In One Day Take Laxative UromO Quinine Tablets All druggists refund tho money if it fails to cure 26c n 1rn Tk Rene Paper When you get married to the bright cat and heat girl in tho county where did you look for that notice that meant much for you and BO little to nearly paperWhenthe blue eyed girl or the bouncing baby buy whom did you make it your business convey early Information as to the sox the time and the weight r paperInyoung follow takes tho blue eyed girl to homo of his own or your once bounc ing boynow a maniti given n partnership in the store because lie lout just brought homo somebody elses daughter and set up an establishment of his own whom do you personally exhibit the wedding presents and load up with the brides cake and to whom do you look for complete description of tho interest ing event down to tho lust pickle fork nod Individual stilt cellar which mean much to you and a very tutu others and HO little to everybody also Y To this same editor of that sumo paper And when trouble comes in tho home that desolate1 bit of realty the lot in tho cemetery and somehow tho sun doesnt theroIcrepe on front door and tbo odor of tho tuberose In tho front pnr lor mud tho chair that has for years been beside yours at the fireside and npH dto yours at tho table is yacant when nil this happens who nukes it his business to write in tcndor strain of thin ono whoso life hay grown to be n part of yours and whose sympathy rand good deeds to others have lung boon known and recognized if never publicly nn nounccd Thooditorof tho homo paper ies only too willing to do tho little he can to help you over the hard spot in tho rood And sill those years Intro you adver in his homo paper and done what you could to pulp tho editor light your battle in municipal and county matters mud encouraged him as he hay worked to build up the town and bring biuiness to it 1 How is itf Have yottWeekly Journal lUANTKDSUVKHAl I FAITHFUL MEN or woniuii to travul her responsible tlt tnblldliiil IKMKB In Kentucky Salary iSO pnyalilu 116 wonkly anil nxpitnsos Position jiuriinmciit Kurortline IIJuuloso nulraililrefl BuIldhlghiieagui i Mr Isham Mo sbnrgor an old and reliable merchant ol Cecilia Ky says to the lKlizabelhtown News that n young man h by that name of Dranc from near Hardin Springs went Into n care about anti half miles from Constantino in Hrcckenridgo county to thin depth of 07 feetesquare and In it considerable deposit which lurid fallen from tho top In scratching around with sticks in tho deposits seven Lumen nknlls were found well preserved and nn eighth ono partly decoyed and there was taken out nt least a barrel full of human bones No attempt runs made to sco whether tho deposits which was three or four foot deep contained other skeletons MOSH burger says this cave is on the farm onco owned by his fatherinlaw and ho panned by it many n day in going to and from his work It has n cavity at tho top about as largo as n room sisal iis situated on the top of n cliff and ho has thrown rocks into It many n time to hoar the k sound It is almost perpendicular mid at iho bottom thorn is a small opening leading out through which n mnnwquld have to crawl If lie explored it further It iU believed that thUd human victims wore victims of John A Murrells gang figuroIlion W H Hnyheivof this citywrho T Outlaw of GrnyHon watt ono of tho most yr t TheyIConstantino hilt it is probable that many of theRe victims were brought from miles nUll miles away as tho gang ex tended from away down in Mississippi through Tennessee and Kentucky to the northern part of Indiana Many old people remember the terror they innpIrcU Children were awed to silence by tuerri as by the Black Prince Ft h C I t +l- l tr itjt t T Pr e Sy 4 Ayyy- y U x Ai l 4 Nt n tJ l I n 1 a J DIY N lIIROOJlAPHYJ r iI I Rejoice Because Your Names Are Written in Heaven h Archive Will Come to Light Mom i Dtyad Knob Wilt Bee IIU Deed teed Forthllimutlfal Mir d non by ter T DeWIU Tnlnmgc n II Dr TalnmgcK subject Sunday was Divine Chirogrnphy the text being Luke x 1 SO Itejalce because your ames are written in Heaven Chirogrnphy or the art of handwrit ing like the science of acoustics is in a very unsatisfactory state While constructing a church nod told by 4Otne architects that thu voice would not be heard in a building shaped like that proposed I camo in much anx iety to this city ami consulted with Prof Joseph Henry of the Smithsonian Institution about till law of acous tics lie said Co ahead and1 build your church in the shape proposed null I tliinlc it will be alright I have studied the laws of Bound perhaps moro thou any man of my time unit I Il comu so far as this Tun auditoriums may seem to bo exactly alike anti in one tho acoustics tinny bi good and in the other bad In tIll same nnsatlsfaetory stage Ischirog raphy although many ileclaru they have reduced it to a science There nrc those who say they can read chili acler by handwriting It Iis said that the way one writes tho letter 1 do cities his egotism or modesty and the way one writes tau loiter IO decides the height and depth of his emotions I Liti declared cramped lured means t cramped nature and an easy and How ing hand n facile dead liberal spirit hut if there be anything in the science then must be some 1lIltIIl1l yet an ninnnccd for somu of the boldest and anus 1 aggressive men have a delicate dual small penmanship while some of tho must timid sign their names with the bight and width anti Slope of tho name of John Hancock on the Iimmor tat document Some of the cleanest in person unit thought present their blotted and spattered page and some 0 till roughest put before us an immuc nlnlo vhirography Not our character but tin copypinto tilt before us in out Kchoolboy days decides the general stylo of our handwriting So also there is a fashion in penmanship andI for ono dccadu till letters are ox aggcrated and in tho next minified now erect and now aslant now heav and now lino An autograph album is always a surprise andI you llnd lit u penmanship contradicts that character of tho writers Itnt while tho chlrog rnphyof the earth Iis uncertain our blessed Lord in out text presents the chirography celestial When address ing tho 70 disciples standing before Him llosaid IIJojoleo because your names art written in Heaven Of court Iho Iliblo for the most part when speaking of the heavenly world speaks figuratively tIi lb1a11 ing about bookI and about trumpets and illume wings tutl about gates andI n bout golden pavements end about orchards with twelve crops of fruit one crop each month and about tho white homes of Heavens cavalry hill we do well to follow out these inspired1 metaphor and reap from them cour ngo and sublime expectation and con Milulinn anti victory We are told that in the heavenly library there is a Hook of Life Perhaps there are many vol unto In It When we tiny a book woi mean nil written by the author on that subject I can tint toll how largo thosei heavenly volume tire nor the splen dor of their bindings nor the number of their pages nor whether they nroi 4 pictorialled with some exciting scenes of this world I only know tint thei words liuvo nut teen impressed by typuvbut written out by some handI and that all tlioso who lilac the TO dis ciples to whom the text was spoken repent and trust the Lord fur their eternal salvation surely have their names written in Heaven 11 may not bo alto same name that we carried on oarth We may through thu ineonsidoratcness of ipar eats have a name that is uncouth or that was afterward dishonored by one after whom we were called 1 do not know that the seventy entrances of the names of tho seventy disciples corre spond with the record in tho genealog ical table It unity not bo tho name by whichl were called on earth but it will bo the name by which Heaven willl know us and wo will have it mil a nonnced to ns as we pass in and wo will know it so certainly that we willI trot have to be called twice by it as iin the Jliblc times the Lord called some people twice by name Saul Scull 5 Samuel Samuel Martha Mar thai When you eomo up and look for your mime in the mighty tomes of eternity nud you aro so happy as to tind it there you will notice that tho penmanship is Christs and that the letters were written with n trembling hand Not trembling with oldage for lie hadI 4Aoily parsed three decades when Ho ex i t pired IJt wan soon titter the 30th nun vcr try of his birthday Look overallI the luivlttttKu ni cniniK you kept nt thU letters you wrote at 10 years of age and tl you were cmnurily strong and well Ihcn there was no tremor in the chirography Why the tremor in thei hand that wrote your name iiui Heaven Oh It was a compres sion of more troubles than t over smote anyone else nod allot themt troubles assumed for others Christ t I a r 7 U V 01 beeniexposed to the tine He had slept out of doors now Iin the night dew and now in tho tom pest He had been soaked in the her of Lake Galilee Pillows for others but He had not where to lay Ills lead I Hungry He could uot even get a II on which to breakfast or have you missed the pathos of that verso In the morning as He returned into the city He hungered and when He saw n Jig tree in tho way He came to it and found noth hungryChristtremble worse than hunger for it pulls upon the stomachrind the stomach pulls upon the brain and the bruin pulls upon the nerves and the agitated tierces make the hand quake On the top of ell this exasperation come abuse What sober noel ever wanted to bo called n drunkard but Christ was called one What respecter of the Lords day wants to be called a Sabbath breaker but Ho was called tine What man careful of the company ltd leaps wants to be called the associate of profligate1 hut Ho was so called What lloyal man wants to be charged with treason but lie u as charged with It What man of devout speech wants to bo called n blasphemer Irit Ho was t o teamed V hilt total titself rtsue0t wants to br MriieU in tho mouth but that ib where they struck Him Or to be the victim of vilest expectoration hill under that lie stooped Oh Ii was a tvurn out Christ That is thot reason Ho hind so soon upon the cross Many victims of crucifixion lived tiny niter tiny upon the cross but Christ was in the courtroom at 1J oclock of noun and He had ex utai till sumo tiny Subtracting from the three hours between P anti 1idoc the time taken to travel from tIll courtroom to the plums of execution anti the time that must have been taken in getting ready for the tragedy there could nut have beet much more than two hours loft 11hyiii t Christ live only two hours upon till cross when others had lived fortyeight hunts Ah ho was worn out before ho got there and you wonder oh child of flied that looping into tho volumes of HeavenI for your name you find it was written withn trembling pen manship trembling with every let ter of your name Iif Iit be your earthly name or trembling with every lletter of your heavenly name If that bo dilTorcnt and more unpin nus That will not be till first limo that you saw diny1 you nut silt man years ago see your name so written on the back of a lot ter nod you opened It saying Why here is a letter from mother1 or Hero is a letter iron father and after you open it yon found all tho words because of old ago wore traced irrogulary and1 uncertain so that you could hardly read1 it at all Hut after much study you made it outa letter from home tell lug you how much they missed you and how much they prayed for you and how much they wanted town you and if it might not bo on earth that iit might bo in the world whore thou arc no partings Yes your nuiiio Iis writ ton in Heaven if written at liB with trembling chirograph Again in examination of your name in tho Heavenly archives if you timid iit there at all you will lied it written with a bold hand You have scout many a signature1 tint because of sickness or old rage had a tremor In It yet it was as bold as tho man who wrote it Many an order written on the battle Held nod amid tho thunder of the urn nonado has had evidence of excitement in every word and every letter and in tho speed with which it was folded andI handed to the olliccr as ho put his foot in tho swift stirrups aims yet that corn maiider notwithstanding hU trembling hand gives it boldness of order that shows itself in every word written You do oat need to bo told that n trout tiling hand dues tint always mean a cowardly hand It was with a very trembling had Charles Carroll of Car roll tOil signedI his name to the Dcclara thou of American Independence but no signer had moro courage anti whet some ono said There lire many Charles Carrolls anti it will not be known which ono It is ho resinned his pun and wrote Charles Carroll of Carrollton Trembling Intuit Iis no sign of timidity Tho daring tool defiance scout in tho way your name is written in Heaven is a challenge to all earth anti boll to come on if they can to de feat your ransomed soul The way your name is written thou is as much to say I leave redeemed him 1 died for him I am going to crown and enthrone him Nothing shall over happen down in that world where ho now lives to docent my de termination to keep him to shelter him to save him lay my Almighty grace 1 am igoing to fetch him here Ho may slip and slide but ho has got to como hero By my omnipotent sword by tho combined strength of all Hcav cnH principalities and powers unit do minions by the 0000 chariots of tho- r rll Almighty I am going to sue him through Hold handwriting t It iis tho boldest thing over written to write my name then and your name there Ho knows our weakness sad bad pro ponsltica better than we know them ourselves He knows eLl tho apolly fctile hosts that are sworn to down us If they cnn Ho knows all the tempo lions that will assail us between now and tho moment of our last pulsation of the heart and ye ho dares to write our nauio there Hohlncsst1 Nothing nt iSurugossu or Chalosc or Mara i than or Thermopylae to equal III Nothing in the sack of gunpowder which one English soldier carried under the blasting artillery of the Mo hammcduns and blow up the gate of Delhi Can you not see the boldness iin the penmanship that hits already written our names there Apostle Peter what do you think of it And lie answers ICopt by tho power of lied through faith unto complete salvation Oh blessed Christ what dust Thou mean by it Ande answers They shall never perish neither Khali any mon pluck them out of my baud1uur names urn written in licuvcn Again if according to the promise of the tint you are permitted to look into the volumes of eternity and shell see your name there you will find it writ ten in lines in words III letters un mistakable Some people have come to consider indistinct tool almost un readable penmanship a mark of genius nod so they affect it Because every paragraph that Thomas Chalmers and Dean Stanley tool Lord Myron unit Hufus Choatc and other noted teen wrote was a puzzle imitators make their penmanship a puzzle Alexander Dumas says that plain IllcapacityJhollmuch demand upon their earnings and through lack of time lose tin capacity of tanking tho pro intelligible and much of the writing of the world is in ofuinexplicable chirography mud wo our selves have helped augment the magni tude We Lowe not been sure of the name signed1 or the sentiment ex preswdur whether tho rcplasafllrmative or negative Through in distinct penmanship lust wills and testaments have boon defeated win ows and orphans robbed of their hrollghtIlltuof a telegram put into till hands of a conductor anti regiments in this wise mistaking their instructions have been IIlshllpCcmIlbishop having been in many of tho wars what Tennyson in ids immortal poem Tho Charge of the Light Brig ade meant by the words Sumo ono had blundered and the bishop sold that the awful carnagn at Balaklava was the result of an indistinctly writ t n and wrongly rend military order Some one had hlll1llellllI I But your name onto written in the Lambs Lank of Life will bo so unmistak able that all leaven can read it at till first glance It will nut be taken for the name of sortie other so that in re gard to it there shall come to bo dis potation Not one of tho millions mill billions and quadrillions of time finally saved will doubt that it moans you ruts only you Oh the glorious the rap riirous certitude of that entrance on the Heavenly roll Not saved in promiscuous way Nut put into t glorified mob No no Though you came up tho worst sinner that was ever sawed and somebody who knew you in this world at ono time as abso lately abandoned nnd dissolute shouldI say I newer iron of your conversion and I do oat believo you hewn a right to be hero you could just laugh n laugh of triumph anti turning over tho leaves containing the names of the re yourselfThatlIlIIIlIti tic you not recognize the handwriting No young scribe of Heaven ewer entered that No anony mous writer put it there Do you nab sco tho tremor in the lines Do you not also see the boldness of time letters Is it nut as plant as yonder throne as plain as yonder gate Is not tit e name unmistakable Tho crucified Lord wrote it thorn the day I repented1 and turned Hear ilt Hear ill My name is written there There I have sometimes been tempted to think that there will be so many of us in Heaven that wo wilt bo lost in time crowd No inch one of us will bo distinctly picked out trod recog nised as was Abel when he nitre from earth the very first sinner saved and at tho head of that long procession of sinner saved in all the centuries My dear h oarers if we once Jet there I do not want it left uncer tain as to whether we aie to stay there Alter you and I get fairly settled there in our Heavenly home wo do not want our title proved defective We tit nut want to bo ejected from the Hcav enJ promises We do nut want snn jno to stay This is not your room it tho rotherohave taken front the Heavenly ward robe mud that is not really your name on the books If you hod more carefully examined the writing in the register at the gate you would haven found that tho name was tint yours at all but mine Now move out white 1 move in Ohwhnt wretchedness after once worshipping in heavenly temples to bo compelled to turn your back on the music and titter haying joined tho society of the blessed to be forest to clnspd scpall1lionWhutp good hy to Heaven Glory bo to GodI on High titan our names will be so plainly written in those volumes that neither saint nor cherub nor seraph nor archangel shall doubt it for one moment for SOU eternities if there were room for so ninny The oldest inhabitant u Heaven cnn not road it nUll the chip- that left Iits mothers lap lust night fo Heaven can read It You will not jus- yr p look at your ramp ami clos the hoolc butybu will stfkUd mail soliloquize Iud IInyhIs it not wonderful that my flano is there nt till JIow nvioh it cost 11m Lord to get it there tnvovthy am to halve it in the same boot with tho sons anti daughters of martyrdom and with tine choice spirits of all liaiol But there it Is and so piin tine word and so plain till the letters Aiu l you will turn forward anti hacl ward the leaves allilSlO other names there perhaps your tntlucr- Horne 1 soul your mothers name an your brothers name anti your sister name anti your wifes iinmo and apos toile names and say 1 urn not sum prised that those names are here re corded They were bettor than I rrt was h But astonishment overwhelming that my name is in this hook Anil turning back to till page on which fis inscribed your name you will stun and look at it until seeing tie other- arc waiting to examine till records with reference to theirown names yu will step back into the smiles of the rt deemed with them to talk over tho wonderment Again if you tire so happy as to lima your name in the volumes of eternity you will find it written indelibly ion up to the state department in this na tional capital and see tho old treaties signed by the rulers of foreign nations just before or just after the beginning of this century and you will find that sortie of the documentsure so faded mitt that you can read only lucre and titer a word IIrom limo paper yellow with age or tho parchment unrolled before you time has effaced tin after Ilute You have to guess at titu name and perhaps guess wrongly Old Time is represented as carrying scythe with which ho cuts down lit I generations but lie curries also eaten icals with which lit oats out wholeI paragraphs front Iimportant documents Wo talk about indelible ink but heroI is no such thing as indelible ink 1 It is only a question of time the com plete obliteration of all earthly signatures and engrossments But your nnre put in tho Heavenly record all the millenniums of Heaven can out dim it After you liavo been so long in glory that did you not possess Iimperishable memory you would have forgotten till day of your entrance your name on that page will glow as vividly as on time instant it wan traced there by the linger of the Great Atoner There will bo new genera lions coming into Heaven and a thou s and years from now trout this or from other planets souls may enter the many mansioned residences and though your name were once plainly on the books suppose it should failo out How could you prove to the newcomers that it had been written 1there at all Indelible Incapable of being canceled EternityI as helpless as time in any attempt at eras upllftiiathought Other records iin Heaven stay glut out mad will give slit There are records there in which the Record1 fig Angel writes down our sins hilt mintIit iis h the writing there can not be road or even truesod at Tlio IBocorling An gel did the wrltiuif but our Saviour in Use promisI siS I INTERESTING ITEMS Two long wool rams were sold for tiugbIvMilovics of the street railway iin Plymouth Kng work eight hours a tiara The city owns the lines and tho faro is two cents Tin cotton crop iis short in Texas 1but the bottoms are alive with fat possums There is much joy ahead fur every real Texan lei lovers of the looms of celebrii tics will rejoice to learn that Somersby horllisfallingthe at Ithere as staJfCthislIIallYCIIyearsHiixcMoitTii rJhnnistalltime World His majesty is having a gold coin struck to commemorate bin new dignity Ax egg in the shape of a seta Ishllngotys Missouri latest contribution to tho freak list TMI remarkable Inloerllls i t certain that skill and perseverance laMCorMil BfDVAitn I ntjlIIflllnywife anti tonally Ho has taken a houscI Torquayhosts AT n repent IIIlctn cJnoatlollupper Cam da held in COl11nlttceprtidingthebarbarA LiVFltrooi grocery firm recently sent out a blackbordered circular an uouncing the death of a partner and on tho rulmgILlld1II011LSTIIK mountaineers satefishllwlrprnctleo undolIIhammer rendth t c i itc prof r PANICS AND THEIR CAUSES 1 Evils CacJletluacouaIy attempt to malic credit do the work of cash Whatever may be the immediate and Incidental cause this is the effective poollmodsrncin America the proclamation of three ycari 1ego against silver folit lowed immediately on list really ystematic attempt to monetize cred rit and it brought almost as much its train ValIIt was not however by an attempt to demonetise cash Tluit most potent cause of modern panics 7 IletIItlcrnptiin s to remedy an existing cash shortage by floating credit paper unto circula nNtiott and trying to nuke it do the work of cash This discovery is more mod ern anti it is characteristic of what 1is now the Knglish system of banking control of the medium of exchange system which is undoubtedly the most etlfcient scheme of robbing the people of oppressing labor anti taking unjust toll from trade ever devised by the in enmity of the human intellect Under this plan the supply of mash is so tart restricted that a demand Iis created for uthe circulation of credit paper and the system requires that at all tines cash in actual circulation shall bo no more olino enough to make clearings on un increasing volume of credits Hence it Is the most dangerous sys tittom possible for business und the fact 0alert the credit circulating as cosh is generally paid or cleared as cash does not make it so Tho entire volume of credit paper is added to the debt of the community In order to keep it afloat the supply of cash in circulation is re stricted When a stringency comes It means n general call fur cash to make the cretin good It moans that the sound banker must do his lest to draw all possible cash into his reserve in order to meet tho increasing pros sure on his outstanding credit pupa At such times as this the real char peter of the bank note based on goal is revealed It is not money nt all anti is not board on gold at till hut being n part of tho floating debt it increases tho pressure for gold The honesty of the banker anti his determination tint his notes shall not go to protest forces him to corner gold as far ns he cute that his reserves of gold may be equal lo the demands upon them He also calls In his notes as far as he can if he bo tin honest and safe tarot Thus this very reliability increases the stringency by decreasing the amount of cash in actual circulation while on the other hand iif the credit paper can be unit its volume is also restricted while on- t he other it is sure to collapse if it U too inflated to be mot The panic Is thus absolutely insepar able from every attempt to monetize credit The paradox involved in the attempt is so clear that it would long ego have condemned the Kystcin bettor the enormous profits the moneydealing classes can make while they ore al lowed to restrict cash circulation rural lend out their own notes ns cash that is to hove their own private debts is sued as currency treated ns safer than silver curd worth us much at interestt as gold The delusion that this is sound finance unit honest money possesses some disinterested men who are other wise Kane but It is certainly the most extraordinary delusion of the Nine teenth celltllj tlallilcentury an average of one panic for every ten years mud these panics must certainly continue while IKnglnnd al lows its supply of cash to be shortened anti kept short III order to keep bank notes mere credit paper representing debt afloat as the principal part of its currency We have had panics in sympathy+ ith lKnglnud nnd will continue to have them if we surrender to tin attempt to keep the more plentiful nnd useful of the titprecious metals dcmonctiml in order to monetize the sills paper on which corporations print the debts the def icits the dollars of ti hundred nt5 lest lendiscommunity highest possible rate of interest they cnn force by the forced restriction ol the supply of rctual cnshSt Louis Post Dispatch Morlgugrft unit tho Cnrroncr About 03 my father mortgaged Iris farm in New York state Ills children were small and there was much sick iiis Then the children had to be sent away to school nod the mortgage wai not paid but time interest was kept up which satisfied the holder of the mort stllllllllaldlt1fnthr IctacIshonesty the payment of tint debt in the curl O cy of today dollar for dollar TntJ case is but rue of many there are hun dreds of farms in the same vicinitj which like my tethers will not aril for one fourtb what theywould years ago yet they are better improved f with bettor buildings It seems to let tint our tlnnnciers do not realize tMjt rstruggle the thrifty middle elassra ar x W ranking to keep from going uuder o Cor N Y Outlook c Over 200 alphabets arc known tither now In use i rr s tl 1 t CHRONIC CATARRH emctimcs Accompanied by Chilli ness Choking Sensation and fe Weariness of Limbs It James Conner Tell or lib Lzperl ento and Attor n LUIII ilego Sac cooil la Minding u Cure i Front till lltrail Owetiiuii il y A member or tho llcratd stuff took n tIny tIt lASt wcelt which was pleasantly spent setot1g the good pcoldo or tho soutileastern N cod of the comity 1ho eight mile lhIye boo r Iween iifntiii cy mill Tiiplmtti 11IIII is full or ti interest thud the country abounds in plctui- Mducness J his section is noted chiolly for 141 ruiinli lttcIlIl11 ud roads numerous tollgates and pretty lllSIwIth hero IIIH- IItbcro r a church or tiro grout 7 and Christian Zlml of the ages of tho most sturdy honest and UI4 lalllclItthe Monterey district and at present a I School Trustee Mr Conner with his wife lf end thrco children lives about a mho nod ia half from Taekelts goofitttasthe newspaper iiinn8 fr heir generous hospitality llearlnc that i Mr Conner was n he lover In Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People he was asked concerning the matter llo said ho was forty elx yours of UKO thud from early man hood had been somewhat of an Invalid lie t explained minutely how ho bad for twenty flva year suffered with wlwthcatllrslsnp II poscdnas jtjtnutmitit Inn 1 11 it later dell ctl was chronic cntnrrh soreness of chest weariness of limbs and u touch of rhenma Him Ho was treated by several physicians sad tonIc sumo medicines on his own ac count but nil to no purpose It was for the r rheumatism especially that he first begin tho usa of Pink Tills llo argued that U hut could pet the blood right tilt rlieunmtism would disappear and tho whole system would la time become renewed His snort I experience with Dr Williams 1mk PIllH i was most gratifying and it seems like a positive pity that ho was deprived of their continued uso by tho force of unfortunate circumstances It Iis earnestly to bo hoped L that no will soon bo enabled to test them Iimoro fully mind that his brightest hopes may bo realized Mr Conners statement Is given below In the form or nftlilavit in a plain straightI for ward manner In his own words a rent deal better than it could bo iiuulo by writ T log a coluiuii about it 1rerettis- I liavo been troubled with rhronto catarrh for twunty ire years During that time 1 liavo been treated by numerous physicians and have taken several kinds of patent medicines but received IKI i coca neat relic In the tlrst stage of my trouble I feared consumption mid my physician trotted mo for that disease Lute r huts ever another physician proimuiuvd It bronchitis and catarrh 1 had frequent spells accompanied by chillluuM clinking sensationsaad weariness of limbs IFinally npamphlil in regard to Dr Williams IMnit Pills for Pale People condo into my haiuis which 1 read carefully with great inter st As they wiro recommended rue rhciniiiiiiu and kindred complaint I thought pnssiiiy they might bo of benefit to me so I pru uretl a box 1Ioor about three weeks previous t this time I Was nnablo to do anything atnl vvis p15IiicWctl relief and was able to do sonic work Uytlictuno tho full box was tak III wti able to 111HIS much work as Ihindtorliftoor4 years J Iprocured see oud hex after tak ing wliiih I Ml Hllll moro improved Thlo was about ono year ago oving to my financial million 1 was nnublo to con tinue till treatment which I Hincercly re gret becnuM 1 am satisfied tiultIHulI taken dozen boxes or two dozen at tho most I would havu been permanontly cured 1 should have said that I hind been suffering with a pain in my left sit and back which was also relieved to It great extent by the pills taken I have tho utmost contiuVnro that Dr Williams fink Pills for ialo will do nil that tdI claimed for them audit Iis my put to Ind urn mow ot them as soon as 11feel ablo to do HO and re sumo till treatment Signed IAMKS COXXKU byTllmci115 UuJn lltetijlhc Itatr After procuring Mr Conners statement tcallwasmadeon Tacketts Mill deal ers A Illy tho tt tine front whom thoPinlc repliedYes link Pills nml havu hoard them highly spoken of Mr lames Conner who is ono caumitImimiityIsnew medicine with us but seems to bo qulto iopular tiro havent any on hand Just now but it is our purpose to order moro right soon tI Dr WIltiamsTink P ills contain In a con demised form nil the elements necessary to Rive sew lifo and richness to tilt blood ana rostoro shattered nerves They are an un falling speciile for such diseases as loco motor ataxia partial paralysis St Vitus1 lance ll lntlcaIIlHlrill rnlhoulllathllll lIer ous headnelie tho after effect of la grippe palpitation of the heart palo and sallow complexions nil forms of weakness either In male or female Pink Pills are sold by all dealers or will ho sent post paid on re JClptof price fiO cents n box or six boxes for fJ50 c they are novcr sold in built or bv tho loon by addressing Dr Williams Modi clue Company Schenectady N Y A PREHISTORIC HORSE rn Remain TWAre Found U She flock le Prof henry Pnirfleld Osborn of the American Museum of Natural history to the Century clcscrbca the rcuiarka i ble fossil remaiiiH that nre found near Brldgor Lake in the KockicH He says LIt we leave time lake shore and puss Into the drier upland wo discover the k clever little fourtoed horse swift alert Intelligent He is to use the modern measure only four hands or l6 inches high so he would not reach the knee of the Ulntathere and could be devoured ilLOM sitting by the Pntriofclis Hin limbs ore ns slender ns pencils Jima large eyes tire much further forward than in the horse lIe could readily t hide among the taller statics and It Is IOssible that he had tic beginning o- fty Protective atrlpca imitating need fihiul l owe upon his ncclc nnd name In his r hair nnd coloring however we pass Into I Pure conjecture Ills wellworn chisel f shaped front teeth indicate that he was j already n cropper or browser and do- w evident secret of his triumphant per r eistenco over his ponderous contem Pornrles is that ho learned to browse Nat about the time that grouses began to appear He fives the animal of the t bn 9 HANNA ASA JOURNALIST A Great Mosey Collector Buta EaitorUI FailureAH the nnnnelal poUlcalunImposiiiKMlllop he theMnallertt shuulardpre5Sconductedvitii ncccsHIthplnnsustainedatgood results for nionthsntnKtretchanilsofarMrllaiiiiu HUB newspajRrB hate given their tlllllltttukuhllhoarslllclIS hairbeenlongmtvareHllIgIIslullllllrelpnlI thutunyratanofbintetallismaa re 1111111 lit 01 a rogue and a loathly foe of the national honor of wliich Mr Hanim and syndirates only special guardians If tIll goldstaudard press has anything else to say on the eertuinlyarrived coherencyTin1 Hannah newspapers this slue of till Alleghanlos know a good deal more about the money question than they did a few months ago they have learned that there is plenty of sanity behind th silver cause listeningtoand Mich of those readers as desire to remain gold men not unreasonably yearn for something bitter in reply thus dull jeers and cheap abuse Tho hum MKINLEYt limoleont of npitalists Quoting Monoy Working People No workingman for deliberately twice much for everything to 1iur all uuuulyills The NorkiugarnnThat looks mighty good tiling for you who pay his Why =blest minds who hits road Mryuns Brooklyn speeches is fully competent to answer every thing that he lasts heard tilt gold advocates mill to supply tthem great stores of needed III for mation besides III those speeches I llryan exposed the dangers the folly the criminality of our existing system of Una nro sound reasons whythe should till mints to silver and in his comprehensive masterly way taut overthrow till objections sincere and pretended of ids more rational nil vcrsaries Tlio average man snit under stand these vicar presentations of fact these strong arguments quite as well as anyof the literary gentlemen tinsawr hosl I Hnnnanndwho slre1 r mere yelling of lonlll the intelligence of the cries tint liiHiiU A ullrien That ugly rtrnM which Mr llrynu ids previous tour of left behind him on thnt so alarmed the- Sndmouoy h being I oned mode uglier day of leis iienr nrDcal is to the good and the selfpatriotismer5 to their Interest thllt III bescrvedbythogcM toa Hettime countryprosperityernl i I miketo opiris op1uinentS leaves It to lIollOlinl penlll to tie self interrst or tie rich dmdmdtamiifrel tIleagainstVOtlj of tillmnnlpll1tlonthe furtheragainst issuesmore bondagainst nS vnss lago to Kurope secured hnrd times cure being against 1 hours by thesethousand every by till Mr cannot but llie uwarc of this yet such is his incnpaoty editor that permits n course that enormously 1 to pursueprt5s cmplinsizcs the effect of the nd collector of money Mr dresses but m journalism Hnnm levelnt thedownIs away and heMcKinley be Ienten and should of his fortune flail himself by the loss fearwetoneedful toIt would tUlJk nU hIRjolrnnllltll loJ8It Yl08ltlolleditorialto fill nn Journal n SECRET HUBlloirnei l of the Gold Dens Brat Vro What hollow mockery is this third ticket movement to be sure Will any rote assert that the men theitiMlves democrats and shouting iigniiiiit llrynn will to elect the third ticket Melt ajhing is preposterous Thoy Ire McKinloy men every one mind of third candidates Is the means by which they hope to retain tho name of democrats so ns to par ticipate in party nlTalrs hereafter should they instead of the people bo in iI position of party control If they were disinterested if they Ill IMeted in ttlint they preached if they were patriots us they say they ore why should they refrain from doling openly and honestly what they are doing by stealth and deceit In the name of democracy they art socking to vitiate the will anti defeat the purr pose of vast majority of till party as represented in both the state nnd na tional Thoy say they mire democrats that supporters of Bryan mire not democrats Who isI the judge of that which consti t democracy hoes till of enormous wealth impart a superior Intelligence Is the man worth n mil moro n patriot titan be who re ceives 150 n day Is Russell Sage the miser a bettor man than an hon flit charitable farmer If as the third ticket men say they aro till real democrats why didnt they elect delegates to the regular I democratic state convention They to do so Whv didnt they liooanse Chorus and Employers from Sound Pamphlet Facts for I Iorm alime who votes free silver agrees to pug as ho buys and accept IAY for ho sells IAIIOU like a gentlemen wages not let it stand Mr from with Mr gave reopen and and is 11 bronmen aril touch Jlls sense prljudice uul continued 8 specdlllI Hnnna litmanaging n As a is n Nnpolton crossronds he go work that tense a seriously cull Ing try advocacy u conventions Lutes possession lion they nro it small minority They dont represent popular feeling They area elnsH They form a eoterle of mils satisfied tutu disgruntled democrats whoso personal interests would lie af fected by expansion of the present close listed currency medium theysnerb lice the substance of democracy by repudiating its principles lint they wor ship tho shadow of democracy by falsely retaining its nnnii Tlioy should do openly what they nre doing secretly They should de clare for McKinley amid not try further to hoodwink till people HulTiilo N V Times POINTS AND OPINIONS 1ho republican party means that this nation shall be run by syndi cates for four years more llryan livery workingman who is turned out of a job by tlio closing of a factory should remember that that is just the gentle method that is loiig used to persuade till working men to vote for McKinloy and prosperity t Spring field O Now Urn Ono of the charges which M1 llrynn in compelled to face is that lie iIii not solemn enough for a presidential candidate For thnt mutter Mr Mc Kinley is manifesting enough solemnity for nil the presidential tickets in the iichdN Y Journal The republicans are just learning that every business man does nut bo long to their party Rashness men hump pen to remember that they make their money of their ciistomern not the manufacturers who sell then goods or time blinker who loans them money Illinois State Heglstor The goldbug press TImlnt1soll of the Satyr of Knop who blow hot and cold with the sane breath Atone mo nient thoy claim that the only effect ol free sitter would be to double the enormous wealth of the silver mine owns ers by doubling the value of their prod act anti the next moment whine piteous- ly1 that the country would be flooded with 53cpnt dollursNaslivillcSun r p h e Dost Tobacco Spll unit Smoke Tour Ute Away If you want to quit tobacco using easily and forever be made well strong magnetic hill of uow life und vlRor take rfoToBao the wondor worker that makes weak mcn l1ayaOverown druggist who will guarantee arare Booklet and sample mailed free Ad Storllng Remedy Co Chiltgo orNow York- Mos JinnrH to Mr JabborAroyou YoungJabberlYllat other cluitmeedoes hu geU1ltllItll rA Child Enjoys rho pleasant flavor Konlloacllou and sooth UK effect of Syrup of Figs when lit need1 of i laxative und It tho father or mother bo jostlvo or bilious tho moot RnUlfvltiK re malts follow ItH URO no that It IIH thin best anilly remedy known and every foully ihouhl have a bottle whohlnkltor AtcliaonUlobon yI CAX recommend Plsos Cure for Con ium tlntt to MUTorors from Asthamit11 rtlSsuxn Pt llowanl WIs1 tlay4til- farm Is too much said about lovo In this vorM nod tot enoiigu about tilt iiLvcaalty if a marriage licence Alclilsou Globe Unit Catarrh Curt All Constitutional Cure Price 73o IT Is tho telescope that distance loin eiImminent to tho lOWIIXIII Sifter ViirN bilious or costive eat n CaKcarct tauuy cathartic euro guaranteed lye ae MANY a man who wore shoulder straps IU1llI tho OUl11I11 t t 1 4r4 t You HAVE BACKACHE Get Rid of It IIIIt Is a sign that you c ney Disease = Kidney If not checked toads to Bright r Disease and Bright DIseasBr Because the Kills Iii i y down and pass the urine y Heed the Danger Signal and begin to cure your Kidneys today by talcing 1Valtatt Largo bottle or now stylo pmallor ono ut your InnrulstB ooo The Pill that Willis Tho pill that will It implies tho pilla that wont Thoir nimio ia lonion rho numo ofIttho pill thnt will is Ayora Cathartic Pill It ia a pill to roly on Properly used it will euro con Htipation biliousness sick hon lcho and tho other ills that result from torpid liver Ayors pills nro not designed to spur tho liver into a momentary nativity leaving it in yet moro incapable condition after tho immediate offoct is past Thoy aro compounded with tho pur poso of toning up tho ontiro system removing tho obstructing conditions and putting tho liver into proper relations with tho rust of tho organs for natural cooperation Tim record ofl Ayoro Pills during tho half contury thoy hiivo boon in publio uso establishes their groat undt permanent value in till llvor affections Ayers Cathartic Pills l dl idl flQ Ilpgl O1 I 111 Ifs fldb tLl4 1 o II It Bridges You Overo0 0- G tleAx 0- OJ O 0 0- G PLUGI II Battle Ax bridges a man over G many a tight place when his pocket book is lean A 5cent piece of aa- G H Battle Axwill last about as long as o a 0cent piece of other good tobaccos I- aa This thing of getting double value for 01 o your money is a great help Try it and c save moneyItniimsJSira inrutsrmsu- Oso i- JJ lie7 ITSAi i t VHKy WRITING TO ABVJ5XTU flHS lilcu B ilaia that yM wrv M VCftitl meatlr IbU pasty 1 I 114i i 1 c y U t ===1 W r r J JtMS HERALD PEHOER COOFEl later GHAS E HABIOHT Aisoclttfl Eater stud lluitnot Mnnftgcr fl I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 5 1890 Iii ar l iHotis WAQ TLtii II 1 1 tN th I dvcrtii- ljttlh nnmnqY tharit- j Wit I I iIiI1h1sr cl1ts TlIK IlrUMI IIIIH iiocii held tip for 2J hdiirM to give ilu Intist oleclioti rolurns but at tho lust moment on Recountof n monopoly of tho wire lboY tho Wenlern lnion and the L it 1C tolograph wires wo aro compelled to KO to pros without dotinito information as to the result of tho oloclion notwith Htanding that soveral ontorprising individuals contributedt thu sum of 2 IP hvurI t hQ HIS Evident ly llioro in eomothing rotton in Donnmrk and it indicates Aryans oloolion for thu fact that both telegraph linos are under iniluonon of thin Keptiblican and Bolt Otmt parties liido your time and if wo urn correct in our diagonosis of ttho initiation Mr liryan in till noxt president and free silver our salvation Thu returns will come sooner or litter butt by chicanery they hope to uhango thu result in favor of Mclvinloy and that iis all thorn is to it according to our view Tho election for town olllccrs passed off very quietly 8111a full vote wnll polled Hero Is tho result rou Ioitnt jumnt Elm Jnincd JtO G V o Wheeler 22 tIllHull 1 Ion MA USUAL Arborry T Brooks 81 31 IL Onmlilll 16 Felt TOWN THUSTKIt- SW II Cord no- W O blizo6Eme-ry Jumca 31- W T Caekey 28 A C Nickoll 2G G n Swnugo S6 J W Cravet 28 Tho returns from tho counties in this district have como in very slowly nml up to the time we go to press Thursdny owning wo harp been pile to only get tbo following t- j t ltcIj Counties Dem Drentbltt 191 Olfttk 14 Elliott40932stttl 207 1loydiJohnson 11n IO1 H H 11 Knott H0- i Iec 2SG i Mngoflln 0 55 2IBIMartin 1 1 5 I Mcnefee I 380o Montgomery M55S n H2 Morgan 7 M Tike Puwell 00Wolfe 381 a44- ci 5r W CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents will plunM heir in mind that all communications mast lit mehfii i at thlofficenot Inter than fucicaI 1111111I I to Insure publication in the current i MORGAN COUNTY Maylown Missiles jackIMiss Dorn Calm nnd sister of TClifiy were in town Saturday and Sunday W W hanker was in town Saturday night nnd1 attended Sunday school on SundRY Married on Saturday Oclohcr 31 H Clay Robinson to Miss Icrsilliu Haye Rev J W Kendrick ofliciating Bruce Folks has moved to town and horned n copartnership with Andy Jack lOll IMiipps in thu cabinet business Look out for an adv soon Mrs John W Chitlers while coming down stairs lust week full and dislocated her wrist joint Mrs Curtln did all she could to relievo her millcring until Dr Taiilheu got hero and dressed thu wound She is now resting very well W W McGiiire ami 1111 Seitz of West Liberty were hilled to address the good people hero Saturday There was a largo crowd out to hear tho major who failed to show up hut Mr McGuirc representing the MelCinleyllannaaidI society was on Ihand and mode a speech of two hours length Wallace is a good talker llilt utterly failed to tell u that the convention that nominated W J1 lryati ens the largest IVmvriti convention over hold in the IniUd States and that tho men who arc Itinline till bolting movement took part in ihisi convention and never dreamed of hllitI lug until they found they won oiton i and yet euntendm he in of the I VIIIIM ratir party Ifit majority is not Democracy wo aro yet 111111and can not H O afar oil Mr Mcduiro teemed to tickle tin Re publicans till along the lint which made us feel a little stinky huLl W Kendrick being present volunteered took till stand for Itryiui Fitzpatrick and free silver and made some telling blows on the gold bugs and their society Mr l1C said this was a light of tho plain pcope against the corrupt method of Mark fTnnnn and his millionaire backers He said the people must anti arc sure to win on the Ill1 day of November Poor John both sides have given it up for him so Mr Fitzpatrick may get ready to go to the nations capital as our next congressman Republicans of this valley have given it up mad say Bryan will win could have told you so two months ago November 2 WINCIMI SS Consolation Chat Uowciia Gibson is on the sick list this weekAda Cecil has been sick with n throat trouble for several days Lillie Wliittakcr daughter of Uncle Duvc has fever at the residence of Sea born Walters Uncle Dave Wliittakcr anti family are visiting on Grassy this week among rel ativcw and friends W II Dellusk passed through hero en route to Salem to vote for Ilrynnand on hit way back paid our school a pleasant visitNovember I MAIHH MAGOFFIN COUNTY Lyklns Listings Thomas and Georgio Tipton are quite lick James Allen left for a trip to Texas last week Today is election day rind it is to be hoped a triumphant one for Bryan Sew all nod free silver Jackson Burton lens returned from an extended trip to the west where he has been traveling for his health Miss Mary L Collinsworth who has been suflcring tho past month with in flamntory rheumatism is able to bo out again Mrs Hnrlan Darker left hero last week to join her husband somewhere in the northwest where they will make their future home There Is n great deal of complaint be ing made by citizens at this place because I they do not receive their mail regularly It is thought that the illiteracy of tho postmaster is the cause November 3 TOTTIK 4yANTKl SEVKUAli KAITIIFIII MKX 1or women to travel liar responsible es allishcd house in Kentucky Solar 87x payable alb weekly sad exptnisea IWiiou dfllllllruIeChicago 1J313 I iJ JplJr gdAYYA SMl1 I Land Sale for Taxes Hy virtue of tuxes doe School district Xo Jo fur tin1 school year ending Juneln 1S1M5 I will on SATUUIAV OcTomm U isiiil lictwciii the hours of 1 anil I oclock p in nl J G iaulhces stun otter fur sole the following tlrMTilicil real estate it being the property of the Irvine Innihcr Company Co towit 1 Known as the Meailow llrnnch timid bounded by the lands of Inane Klkins J M l Terrell nod D It Iroflil The amount of said tux Iis 2t costs total 13 Sold by me as treasurer of said district J W NAIMKK QUALITYIwoif WHITES CREAM VEF1JEYLFOR 20 YEARS Has lod nil WORM LomodlosI EVERY BOTTLE Gt nAriTEE NOM II V AM DltVGGIiiTS I 1rpoI b r- 2lrlln fI ftr 1111 ass ru sin harts i l WHAT The Great EnquirerO- NLY 50 CTS A YEAR YES And any one sending two yearly subscribers at GO cts each gets a Free Copy One Year Ah S page paper and 9 long columns to a page makes it the Largest in Size- Cheapest 1 in Price 1 Always Most Reliable for Facts Truth and MarketsTHE Family Newspaper in United States for News Intelligence Fashions Household General Miscellaneous Reading Matter Stories etc PAY TO AGENTS Double that of other papers An excellent opportunity for those out of employment to make money Try it Samples free Address ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O FOR SALENecessity compels mo to collect nil that Isowlnj to me so that I CUll 1 nrIlehls that I owe All who are Indebted to me that do not make settlement with me nt once will find their notes or account in the hands of un officer for collection I want to sell all the real estate I own wad have control of consisting of two houses and lots In Camp ton six acres of land in Cnmnton one tuna of slxlv acres one nnd onenaif miles from Campion and tour lots in Walnut Uruvc Ky Will sell on easy terms JOSHlH C LYK1NS Julv2 ISOOtt Compton lr THE HEROI V IFon ALL PRINTING KINDS 444jGood Judges Say- That 11r Our r U ItS I 11 5007c50 OOOIii L ARE THE BEST IN THE CITY 11 Next week we will put on i I sale 100 pairs of MENS aj t i ALLWOOL BLACK CHE VIOT PANTS at 1 io lwr Pair IIj j LOUIS AND GUS STRAUSS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON AND SOMERSET KENTUCKY M F1T d c DAVISOPHACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS 9 HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY tn MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE use tho Dost Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our prices PlltroltelIomoIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited PIDATT B LIVERY AND FEED STABLE HAZEL CREEN KY H F PIERATT Proprietor tC2TIN CONNECTION WITH THE DAY HOUSE Special care taken of teams for Comm r cial Travelers Parties conveyed to any point on liberal terms Patronage of tho public re spectfully solicited II p PIER ATT n 11 t7 ltltlti IQT USNESS TSOUTHCIIIYrrf1I1lfifArrl11d ilrlIlI OFfus 11r2z 1E COUNTRY sTr mo COURat WANrtO t C1F19G FrJPll4N JG 5 ftJIttJlf tlt rDGYI3ewlES FF- r I I- fa EirFIfti LMiD r I Tntji I r- IcaL ktt 1i Ii I4 i t 1 t t1tIi I i j i I j t F t 0I1 ftl m tL Hazel Green Hearsays Happenings Lnclol1 Lacy of Leo City was in town Tuesday E E Atkinson of Stunton way in town tins week There are n few cases of chicken JK X below HalI teen C M JPtl was M giunt of the Day House IlllrI 1111 past week Kev TJ Miinn preached xu excellentt Krinon at tin M1 IH church Sunday Dire Jai Kiiey is still very sick at her molhrX Mrs Seaborn Trimble ou Lscy cnrk JlorL s iti jot hack from his Vir ginia trpi to put his x under the roosters fn t Mrs Frost Woods who lens been mit invalid IIW im+ time was iomewhnt worse ln t vik Hazel Groii was deserted last Saturday Kverylinily had gone to the Demo cratic love feast at Campion Rev 11 D Adams full W II De Dusk will preach at Leo Cityon third Sunday in November thoI Jimmie Wilson 5 i4 Ilying very low withII 1I IIntllMrslIenr W T Colvin the genial represents iHTC of Trimble Broil Mt Sterling was guest of Mrs Ellen lush this week Great sales prove the great merit ofr Hoods Sarsaparilla and great meritlI enables it to accomplish wonderful1I cures Rumor hoe it that Hill Putt struck Joe Hciscr with n club at tho French burg rally Monday but with what cilec t we have not learned Prof 11 11 Volley will preach at Daysboro Sunday afternoon at three oclock Let the whole membership nt tend and any others who will It is unlawful to kill quail pheasants or other game birds in this state before the 15th inst The law provides for t i fine of 25 for each oUcnse one halI going to the informer LoSTOn the road between Hazel1 Green nod Mie P 0 on or about Aug Wt23 n red leather bill look containing paperFindernt HERALD office Wm II Curd will discuss at eleven n m Sunday Some Things Growing out of Our Plea This will really bo n tontinuancn of the topic ho discussed onI tot Lords day All who heard himI then should hear him Sunday Tho bible tnlks each morning at the ttdetnv are quiet interesting TIe ApostlesTheyr minutes each morning before the whole lCbool A careful study will be made dating the year of several books of tho bible in theso morning talks Any citi seas or others who wish to hear them trill1 wo welcomed by tile tcachsrs Each l7 at 830 n m is the time An old family feud caused the killing tl John Hargis jr on nn L E train rBeattyvillo junction last Saturday Ytthe hands of Detective Jero Cardwell t- t t waybackUepubJicnn1tJI culminateditij p fatal shootIng of Ilnrgia v ndin OnrdwoM in the nrm Cnnl PlI Ts gave himself up to Leo county I WOLFE COUNTY SWlwlter Sprays Horton Little of Gillmoro creek vieI ited in this neighborhood Saturday James 1 1 MeflltherI untilMondayI Tom Williams and wife of Stillwatfrt visited1 the rAlnUof onLncyHro excellentschoolhouse helpinto Democratic rally Saturday Tilths passed through here Sat IXlluh nn electioneering tour He iiI a candidateI for matrimony 7enclc Ilnury Little preacbcd nt the IImnk Johnson school house Sunday He was assisted by Eldor 1ier nit who preached again on Tuesday night November 9 Hum Spradliug Spangles U1L Fulka is in Lee county on hush ness this week J lICter is repairing his water mill on StillwaterIW W Mankor went to Mt Sterling on bunniess last week Martin Peck sold fifty IImltolof rood cum at 25 cents por bushel J It Crawford and family pare re moved to HeATer Menefee county A M Slamjwr of Cnmpuin was in our coniinuuity lust week on A business trip Jim Linkot lai erecting a nice build hitt farm near Ilia father inlaw lingonCenter Quite a crowd of our young folks at tended the meeting at Big Itrancli schoolhouse Sunday There are several bad cases of sore eves iuthis noigliborhood We hope to sou them well soon again Whnt has become of all the correspon dents I Now that the big election is over I think they ought to come forward and furnish us with all the news III IF Josiipy of May town was in our mitl t Saturday night and Sunday ruedI I from what we saw of him wo think he was in search of a swccthcllrtI Miss Minerva Crawford of Owsley county is visitingi her sisters Mr Lou ella Tutt and Miss Florence Crawford this week May her visit be a pleasant one Your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting the family of Mr anti Mrs Curt IJowman in Ovvsley county last week and tho time was pleasantly spent lie hopes to have the pleasure of making many more such visits Wo aro in receipt of n letter from our friend Itov Frank Igor stutitnj Unit he is holding a series of meetings at the I Hear creek church in Lee county and much good is being accomplished nnd j from whit we have seen sad know of lire Agar he iis the right man in the right place November ah JCiMlV KIHTOII 11hnttui am jjust home been away six weeks have taken into the church 100 persons in that time tend had 7 additions in two nights since I came home Yours truly tact Nov 3 PO COMIIS Some important mutters concerning the academy will bo acted upon this week nt Indianapolis uy the C1Y13 M Our people should be ns interested in this school ns tho board that controls it It is a matter of lovo on the part of the C W D M that it maintains this work have ever been received as no revenues It is expected by it from this source that some members of tho national board will visit this place sometime between now and the close of the present session of the school Special Notice with WnnnpoiUton I have accepted maker Brown Philadelphia and nilI wont fine suits or overcoats made j 1solo enlarged cull nt my agico and or photos before the 1st of place your orders tvntchcs DCI cenlber All parties baring I in my office 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EVERYBODY t our lllustrateJ Pilced Catalogue In which you will find hoya Suits from 980 up Youths Long rants Suits from 300 up and Mens Suits from la So up tE ROSENBURQER CO 204 E 1024 st New York City o i I I Ai O Four College Liberal Arts Itlhle Com merclnl JJ1t1 MUllc Cullrge or Liberal Arts KENTUCKY UNIVERSITYi enUIcarcEclectrscoitneasselloweroE lrog O l0 corlor tttachera Fine Oymim lum Feet very moderate Ilonrdlnjr at reasonable rates session Jieglna September 14 For cats log and an11IRrllcular lnfnrmalionr ap 1 to CIIA Lo JH 1008 President stud J W McOAnvuYPreiJdent College of the bible InxtNOTON KY M UnUBEROID ROOFING tid 5 rY P B UNIVm5A1JjUILDINGr rmrg 1 LAQDE145 DOOIta1rUDOORS v4fllr3TAlrt = H r WORK tsniTqWRDnUGP1 tfJ1tIflO7W e- y iI 1c t I IL 4 1 4 u THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER PuOllihtu HAZEL QREKN t s t KZ l THE VOYAGEURS With limbs rcficsliid wo rot at dawn And marked the pallid moon that still Like some sweet watcher worn nndnwun Hung oer the shadowy southern hill Our ready boats wcro on the shore And on the etrciun that usli n light Which speaks the lust caress or night And so wu tOWed away oncu more The drctimlnff tide receded taut And strength and spirits grew apace So keen the first so high thu lust They seemed to run u blithesome race Then straight buhlad us ronu the sun And ItuHhud hU arm I Id lniinm before A thousand HpuniH of light und more UpKathurcd swiftly tutu uiiut Our liquid WilY was pnved with gold All gleaming UH u coat of mull Above tho waters high nnd hold UI leaped thu list with glittering scale Tile sun ancomlcd bright and strung Tho purplu liillH grow green and clear And like u chorus In our cur A thoiiHand birds btoku Into song Wo paHsvd the vlllnge tlrcarnlng still And whltu nnd ghastly further down Within n hollow of the hill Anothui little Hilunt town Anil In thu mtmlowH still us stone Tho cattle troMli from liiiHh and brake Stood culmvyid by thu mirror lake llko shudowM gazing lit their own I And so all tiny wo rowed and niiulu Our way oer river slrimm and lake And oro thu uvvnlng full hud laid Straight mlloH und many In our wake While like a guide who hold In store Our rusting place thu buamhig nun That followed at tho dawn strodu all And hike u lniiLii bhuud buforu- Ily night we preHnod tho wclromo strand And camped upon tho griiHtiy plain Whllu slow majistlially Krand- Thu round moon nmi to llfu again Our wood IIlioI bluzid upon thuMlioro- The IOIIIH woru pltchod our IIXVM rang ToKOthur lOOk and luttlo snug And xo by night wu eampixl onoo mori Charles HOKCIH In Youths Companion ELEANOR1 IIV IIENVV WKKV WAS working in the mill that llrat day lIilllil MeredithI passed through it I a lad of 10 III her fnthcrx em It I Iit y hill tlio oalthiontI lioirckN in our state Vet kho Ktoppod when rhc came to thati lurt ot mo maeinuory 3 WIIK dirootlng nnd watched me ongoi ly I laid soon the men turn one by one from tholr work III respectful ad miration of her beauty It wim Ilit tin wonder my lingers grow clumsy under her gaze I hud u tato fur uioclmnlsm n fatal inheritance MIIIIO ciilleil it from my father whom wo had found dead one bright summer morningI tuniliiig our nn unllniNliod nmilol Hut Doting ns I was MrI Criiuo ourHUporlntondenti bad eontidonec In me therefore had is slgned mo Ithe worh Missl Morodith hud honored me by pausing to watoli IHo wan by her stilt now Humor said he was wooing till young heiress hut as icgiirdH that wo millhands had little opportunity for judging onlyI In one brief ghiucu I dared lake of till pure lovely men smiling so brightly1 down upon us I doubted whether he or any man were worthy Is not this 1111 very IiiifiletulIt 0 site questioned I should t hiulcI It boy could unruly manage It It requires tunic skill than any other Mrl Crit tin answorod Hut I have greatI faithI Iin Jeoi go althoughI one false t turn would throw ill tthe ma chinery out of order Thou ho addod something III n low tout which I could not hear lInt before MissI Meredith loll the mill slit again approached me- Coinu and sec me this veiling George I want particularly to spcul with you I bowed assent doubtless In an nwli wurd way but nil the rest of the long Hummer day I moved as in a dream Kight oclock found me promptly Becking admittance at tho dour of Miss Merediths bountifulI homo The footman looked nt me InquiringlyI whvn murmured the name of his mistress but at that instant site came forward frqm one of tIll great rooms and wel comed mo kindly Her graclousness the Iluxury e erywliere surrounding me tho subtle atmosphere of fragrance I teemed to Intoxicate me as I followed iinrcatchlng sight with disunity of my ungainlyI figure reflected In the mini bcrlcKS mirrors Hut when nlm paused we stood alone in a large room more plainly furnished than Ithose we had passed through hill who 5 walls from lloor to ceiling were lined with hooky George sic began in 41 1 fancied A slight embarrassment II her manitr 4Mr CriinehiiH Interest tl me so much iu you that I think it n ilty you should I not have other advautifgtrs tItan to c you possess Jl sent fo you to vny that you may have free cnfs to our Ilibrary if you think it will be Jf servj to you I could in that mon vnt hinv fnllon at her feet The boolv fur wliloh I hnd 4 hungered were to 16 mine nt lust Jn her white dre s v 1th no color save till Jumot of violets IQ her brenstv match lug In hue her tj PS Ue seemod to my boyish fcncyin nigel opening the tri lot Jlchvcn that 1 might enter In Tlu iexvycnr tlcw swiftly by Some tluics the stu pc plng In at my wlndrw would fltid Die Dferidlng over the bool I had so eagerly opened the night before ft I S I O i 1 Iir ic Ii Th nnd I would throw myself dressed rn my bcd to snatch nn lioiifs sleep tu prepare me for tbenmnual labor of the duty I grew jwJe nnd thin but for Unit 1 cared nothing until one morning when it came time to rise I found my body powerless to obey my will nnd Mink buick on my pillows Into uncon sciousness For weeks 1 lay tossing In dcltnuin and fever A memory liiiuntcd me when once more I awakemied to the realities of life of u tender touch nnd n face en shrined on my heart Could it be Miss Meredith hud been to see me With garrulous eagerness my nut so told me allI I Iloy she hud come not once but ninny timesI even Iin the midst of her wedding preparations how gym uud the weddingI was how lovely looked the bride and how us Mrs Crun Mihe hnd left for me tier gondby since lucy were to crows till semis anti might not be bunk for miniiy a year Married and gone Like a knell the words fell on mayear IIB 1 silently turned my head uway and the bitter tears rolled one I by one down my chuck Ah how little was I in her Ilfo who lund helped tillI I mine with such gladness Yet slit had not forgot ten me The house wits Iin tin eare of frorvnntu her father having joined tlicm hill the library was left open to me withI till privilege of spending then us many hours as I would Ten years passed on I hold Mr Cranes old position now I hnd won Iit through a discovery I hind made of great value to the owners and which like all CM that I was or might be i owed to Miss Meredithl I could not think of her as MrsI Crime not ovon when I learned they were comingI home again with the lit Ilie girl born the first year of their marriage Iin Ilounce hut without the father who had so wor shiped hot whose body lay in h foreign grave not even when going upi tutor lien nrrivcilI Ito offer my respectfulI wel comes silL came forward holding by the hand II little girl whose sumiutyII lair fellI to hisr waist MyI eyes glanced from the mother to the child Was it III that moment 1 ttransferred my hearts honinge 1 know not I IImh know liar iou the IUttli orcoturo I would willinglyi have haitI down my lire We are so proud of you George OIlS Cmne wild kindly 1 Hut omuutt it lug Iin mv throat choired 1 SHE CAMK KOUWAKD AND my answer I could only turn awk wardlyI nvtaj The mill grew and prospered Iin the years which rushed so swiftly by I would have gone 1 into the world to fvek wider scope tot my ambition Lint for o somethingI tugging nt my heart which Kpt me chained I was an honoud guest now at the old home The poor friendless boy no longer sought ad malt tnumce to the library hilt with con summate tact was made to feel himself II friend Hut how had I repaid the kindness offered How I recompensed debt o gratitude 1 had drifted lilly down the current to tin tousle of birds mid the fragrance of lowers untilI I sudden Ily like the roar of thin avalanche at mv ery feet though before unheard this j truth forced Itself upon mme I loved Kloanar Crane Site was MS yet but a j I childI on the boundary liteI between girlhood mind womanhood the age when pOj11ltI j I ers hand regarding time stranger with wandering eyes i will ISI COllldccplherThis was tIme confidence uttered one day ns we sat alone that opened my eyes to thofutnl truth This woman to whom I owed all everything should I rob her of her one treasure Some i day perhaps some man great and noble might sue nnd bethought worthy but for 1111 I turned away with I roun I could not repress aII I I 4 Are you III asked Mrs Crane You have grown so white Yu i answered It Is nothing I will soon lecover II will go home andI lie down Lie down Through the long night 1 paced up nnd down my floor but with the morning the battle hitch been fought the victory gained my resolu tion formed I woiil go awny 1 knew now what hud kcut my ambition dor mant for to long There was H question ing look in MrsI Cranes eyes a half pleading glance in Kleanors when 1I went to make my hasty goodbys html I dared not seek to interpret them andI so went out into the world 1 was 31 years old when I masteredI tin problem which nil these yearn InnI mastered me Thirtyfive when I knew my name wits famous anti the discov cry I hud mantle had made my fortune For three years 1 hUll devoted to Iit every moment of my lonely existence and the end was gained at lust HutI what availed it IIt could not fill the emptiness of my life nor that 1ife s needs Some part of my great discov cry they wrote me they wanted ap plied to the mills Would I spare them II few days to gic it my personal supervision It was a summons gratitude and honor compelled me to obeys 1 told myself with n suddiri glad rush of blood I rough every vein I shouldI see her should learn iif as yet she limit gained the prize Site welcomed me withi a new strange shyness but my resol a t lou hind made me calm to coldness No she was yett heart free Item mother told me What had I hoped Ithat at her words a great weight rose from my heart The im provements hud been made Tile next day I was to return to mityvork when it was proposed that we should go In a party through the mill to witness its working Standing by Ml ii miors side wc involuntarilyI paused before the one ijuiut worker who tilledI my place when years before her mother had so pausedI and made time turningpolm III my lIft All rushed over me with lightning ipccd and when Klennor bent closer to xmm imd tie tlio in t rem te machinery turn tug carelessly to me to ask MIIIIC ii tins tions II light something whirled in the iir a faint scream bur t from my dar lings pale lips till light drapery she wore fluttered in till awfulI wheel which in another moment would Iliac caught nnd crushed her fraeMe form VKICOMLD MK iil KINDIAV I Xo time for thought no hope of rcs cuu If an Instants delay How it limit pened no words could paint hut ere an other 30 seconds hind gone by Kleanor stood pale and trembling safe while my right arm hung helpless by my dido Oh George George I have killed you I I heard her say in a tone which i vcn in that moment thrilledi me but I strove to answer the agony sickened me allI grew dark and In my strength tutu manhood I fell forward at her feet A choking sob somewhere near me Wilt the sound I heard ns opening my eyes 1 found I hind been borne hack to Mrs Cranes house nnd caught a glimpse of a girls retiring figure Mr Crane was sitting by my bedside while my right arm was already bandaged When I was stronger they told mo the truth It must he amputated I made no murmur So would I have laid down my life lImit now never must I speak my love No gratitude must Influence Kleanors at pitys call Hut nim how barren stretched my Ilfo before me as mornh1gIhind been the unacknowledged hope now crushed forever Every ambition ImeipYetArc you awake n wet voice ques tioned and 1 raised my eyes to find Kleanor bud ntolen to my bedside I Awake anti would not cull us Jcl4l Hous boy Will you never learn to obey Then oh did my eyes betray my hungry love which could not speak one little white hund CIUc srecplng l Into mine A great sob rose In my duf liuga throat ns In a choking voice she whispered George why will you be so sad You will never go away from us lignin never 1 will be your rightt hand dear George this In low sol emn tones I should rather you hind lot1 me die than again to leave us Tell me do you hate me that even now you turn have I doneaway from me What What have I done As yet my misery had wrung trout me no tears hilt now they blot from amy vision the sweet look of shame on my darlings face With n mighty effort 1 conquered myself and the hope it Is torture to crush Hush dear I said at last Do rot be so pitiful I could not stay Klei nor You must not ask it Not with me she titietIttiCtlIAnd looking into II rend her secret even as she read mine It is not pity darling You art sure sure I could not quite bear that though I would be strong tam any thing else And if 1 stay Kleanor youi will be my I pause hut lower nnd lower sinks the bright sunny head until IIt rests upon my heart In my helpless weakness I am not strong enough to re fuse the precious gift slit yields as aI freewill offering nnd soI win 1- 11wifN Y Ledger- TRAPPING SEA OTTER AIl kl1 tnillim SoiiiiitliiicH MiiUe Ills hauls AluiiR tho Slum This year sea utter were scarce wild time hunters say that next year and the year following lit otter will be taken I antI they willI be given a chance to multi ply Tills year with 100 canoes out hut 15 sen otter were taken The chase after the tea otter is along the coast of Alaska III the vicinity of lntiya tc which is under tIme frowning brow of Mount Jamrtmtt lieu flit Indians siy It i a very dangerous enlist fur canoe men and I his year they had three of theirI canoes thrownI uponI tinI icaeliI 1 by the tremendous surf and broken to pieces Nearly every year seveirilI of the hunters lose their I11 von lby hlillgIIIi set off shore during till storms or arc thrown upon the rocks along uie const The hunters use a small shotgun in killing thin sea otter The animals ure most ofton scon well out from land nnd when one is sighted every hunter iis immediately upon his fee in the how of his en nor and the next lime tlr oilier stillst hit I head above water score of gulls throw their leaden polloU j III hula direction The soa otter is vi wary and Is perhaps the most cHIIIIIIitI i I of all fiirhcarliignnimalH to kill men never attempt Iitt capture in Alas j ka waters The Indians hunt time black hear in I the Iinterior from Lntuynt bay near tin base of t lie 111111 a tni nsuiid in the forgo They use trained Alaska dogs usnallI I i 1101lIllrunny without their dogs They also use hear traps such as arc to be bought III the hardware stores III capturing them and a long I111111I ago they say tliov used to make a Itrap themselves which was not dissimilar from the tltiitl fit II of the backwoodsman A big log heavily weighted on one end arid elevated anil held upl on I riggers at the other consti lute till trap proper To got the bear to place himself Iin position to he struct down y thin log a tenet of logs was con structed about the trap nnd halt so placed tthat when till Iboar attempted to pull it away lit sprung tin trap Marten url hunted and caught along the coast of Alaska from Sitka west ward and for some distance hack In the Interiort The Sit kmt Indians do not go lmmylimitI I southern end of IHaranoff island Seat tie Times Turn nil thus TtililrH All Irish witness was being examined as to his knowledge of a shooting af fair Did you see the shot fired the magistrate asked Xo sorr I only hoard ItwnA the evasive reply 1 I satisfactoryreplied StUIIdownI The witness timeboxturmietiItThe magistrate I Indignant contclmmlasked him how he dared to I cOllrtnltonor7qimtricdNo sir hut I timeirateThat stthsfnetcrsaid tWiniInle At this time everybody excCIltHer Accountingmajesty1mmLochemmnnchinr sonic years ago Princess Louise OlenslollmIlsonic velvet She times1toiplue hut on risI lug to leave WUK nnnoyetl to find that Ihie Imati nut her lILgginvthechicwosmidmoumey next dayDtmma luau yerseh mt1erurbnbleyer inltherbus nn account herey Y Sun 0v- L 011 Photoerapbr and Docki 1 Photography IB killing more dw nlannlngctjmade who goes on to explain that the KJ versa practice of photography Iis cni Ing an Immense demand for an bumen In finishing the Iiithat j from eggs The eggs from time ordlna tortotjtothe brecd wlbirdsThe Hebrides Islands of Scotliai Gretlundtensive haunts of large birds 111 robbed constantly by the natinillll men tram sailing expeditions and ti result Is especially hard on the ducln unCortunatiImdof crowded nests offer nn irrcaiitlbli temptation to the egg hunters A Household Ncccsnltjr wdcrfLmlant anti refreshing to I tin taste nets gen eISdenllllllconstiptlnimtrytboxnut guaranteed to euro by all druggist loiisxv1 n lcd his teacher vhf must wo do before our sins can be fn piven Slit tI replied JolmnvBoste Deacon Xo Time Should Ho Iost tIIIJ3iters1 I earlier stupe mind as It Is nticm subvcrur of lilt nonornl health p stpnaement of tJI goodolL1llakidne1onmplmtlutts bIi particularly adapted mnusiiiI I i t 1 object to Is music next di CJju Hceord CASCAIIKTS stimulate liver uMneys nna bowels Never blckcn wcaiii u or grijie lhJmissi FtiUTirv Foohlo l imrs Aualrst Wintc TarIikosLoothiiitlmeI JYouover they mire never in time V A1 Jfsr try u I0 box of Cusrin Uietincsi liver and Dowel roKiilator iv iie i TUB favorite string InsMu l cf a stonian string beans IVx j N ft-I Is this time when you should i rrjt for t1 comlillon of yjur health A KMnesSlj luinfjtngand carichiuj your t 4 w- tHood s SarsapariJSa ii Time nestIn fact tie One True WOOl PurlJtt Hood S PillI Isgripe1 otca All nMts tIfl at r Send your name for a Souvenir t ot the Works ot Uugcnc FieldI FIELD FLOWERS tbt eagene IMA IMonunKnt ScrUslt- The most beautIful Art Production of the century Arniiii bunch of ttie U20t cattail of blo nmi catbtrcd from the broad acres If Eojtne Fields rnrra of Love Contains t Ifcllon of the niot beautiful of the poeraJW IIIRCUC riclil llnndsoiuety lllustraltd vj thlrtyflve of the worlds preateM arllstii their cotitritnuioii to the Monument Fund Hut for the noblecontrlbutloni of the 5iatafttiu tblt book could not tine bun manufactured IX Joo Iorsnlent book store cr sent prtpiw1 on receipt of ClIO The love oITlnng 10 the Childs Poet Laureate piihlUhed hy theCoo mittee toctcau a fund to build the Mouuoew and tocare for the family of the beloved poet Eugene Field Mooumcot Souvenir Fund iSo Monroe Street CbicitS Btj MANAG ERAsA lotitl required iE otiriitentmtIcati0fl rer tunlil t0itt 1rFltTI0NJEtalwIjt4jjaux ljNovested as DRILLING WELLS With 111 modem machineryI IT SUCC- ETHATS the Reason I S LOOThS TIFFIN lc lIo ThisbuibnwilhahnmsljJ CASCARETS the Ideal leant and guaratced COII fR i potion cure scnt on receipt of five lc stamps AddresS sTIuiiin mmKiilII C1I1f1f Chiii i trsi tul AGENTgWANTEo Knncr Campaign Churl fl lirlglit coiort rJ JJNotlifnif like It Smnpln 111 Cle 100 for IfXIJ JJfor S5 cent Jtx M47 einclniiniJir ViTwhSSTEADYrviWDTcc tlRlthiuiLLprYtfl sunegb1t1U WANTELAENTInrtii I Jtood lelllna bok Inllle null ITt t e 4pnt onntm QUIClt nKCco 210 I lOllt1 Htre cncl OPIIIIIIIdWHISIn blbllHurrdI I jot I 711 q n u 4 RLDS NEED OF SILVER Cnltcd States MM Admntncei Which She Ought to Uo The Iew York Financial Ncwa in a uy edltorksir discussion of the topic zpgestcct by the above head calls at lion to the fact that since our repeals purchasing clause of the Sherman I there has been a steady increase in 2r exports of bullion amounting to Trvihing not used here averaging for 9 over three cud u tenth millions of LLllars per month for 18U5 over three rd a half nIllions per month and for tAe eight months of 1800 over four and 4 tenth million dollars per month vifjje Financial News publishes in theme connection an interview with a Wall street business man which the Penny Tress deems worthy herewith of production This silver finds its way to India china Japan tit Straits Settlements to countries all over the world using iilver Oriental countries are sinks for filter will absorb any amount and never gle up any Their business unci their demand for itexpund and Increase constantly This is true in other conn tries and must go on As to the Eur- Opean countries wo sell it to the cheaper they get it the more there is in exchange with the ultimate buyer At to the latter the cheaper they get i tube more there is to them in building up their industrial and commercial com petition with goldusing and with bl countries The difference in metallic cen coinage price anal what we get for it isay half price IIs not only direct loss to us on a valuable and im portant export but it is bounty to oriental countries to help them expand their business in competition with us Protection nnd cheap silver cannot go together The one is protection of oi home market to the hone manufac turers 1h other is a bounty to the for eign manufacturer to the extent of fur nishing him money worth ti dollar for 60 cents and with it he is becoming u competitor If tho price was full coin ego price us it would be under free coin age we would not only get twice as much per ounce for what silver we could spare but ve should cease to give our industrial and commercial opponents the advantage over us which we now give them We nre the largest silver producers in the world Mexico is next and South American countries produce I I i a large part of the remainder and with free silver coinage in this country we would control the worlds silver Silver alone is the money of nearly a billion or twothirds of the worlds pop ulation Thu operation of the appre elating gold value has been so far as it applies to silver itself to enable European cxciiangc dealers to buy silerII from silver producing countries price and to sell it to silver using countries which produce no silver at full price Appreciated gold has served to make all export or selling countries tell their exports at half price as aliens ured by gold and of course this has brought their domestic trade down to the export price level The tinted States as the Inrget producer by free coinage could control the silver situation With silver here at coinage price we would get nil Mexii can and South American surplus slier or else force countries buying it direct to pay coinage price There would then ensue in silverusing countries a struggle for silver such as hits tonne for gold in goldusing countries since the yellow metal was started in the scale of appreciation by throwing out silver front the mints Then the European countries would have to fur nish their oriental and other cUvcrus Ing customers with silver or lose the trade of those countries There is no question as to what they would do The told would come for it nt coinage price Making silver worth coin price will Increase the worlds demand for it The United States has advantages as n producer and aa the neighbor of the other producers stud in her own wealth nnd power to be master of the sliver situa tion if she will only exercise it SILVER AND EXPORTS Growth of tho Foreign Trade of the Doable Standard Countries Mexico is not the only free silver coun y that has made great advancement n trade I will mention a few whoso tatistlcs I have lXPOII1apanfftS2JapanJapan 133 MftSSS China1681 9S9W000 1154UCtlOIndta 5322Cli000HusfaItussla1893 J06J alAO UclRlum ISSl 212500- 0llclglum ISM C180KOOO It will be seen at a glance that all these countries are rapidly increasing their foreign trade Since 1881 Japan has increased her sales over 15500000 India 159583000 Ilussia 50040000 Belgium 25927000 and China 16500 000 while in the same time the United States hats fallen off nearly 100000000 The following goldstandard coun tries exalted in civilization 1 show just the reverse IffitrlnOermnny 142Gt9000UtdUt d Kingdom 1S94 1370500000 lZUJoooItaly ISil 232925000 i92s3sooo Constitu 1 VGoldsmith in Atlanta tloa Fockotbook Dictation When a banker or o bankers organ argues against silver coinage it Is plain that the arguments como from the pock et and not the brain Philadelphia Item i r THE ATTACK THAT REACTED W R to OPponentsWhyMr YorkJlorningpublicationI that publicationMr nttention brilliant manner in which he has espoused the prcslenf course buthisthe TirelastFruitcisco Call owned by Spreckels of the tIInrrrlstI published in San Francisco had it is defendingdemocracy andthea gold organ and in n recent issue it made a pernicious effort to impugn the Jarhlearstcoinage intimating tint the 1 Ilenrst1 es tote was chiefly interested in silver mining property noel that Mr Hearsts devotion to the cause of bimetallism selfishInstinctsIn concctlon with this charge tho following inventory was given It will be observed however that the charac ter of the mines was not specified nllnnconlI OflnnHulmGolrtMlnliiKCo IKOntario00MammothMlnInKCoMHomentakeMlnlnKro 00pomllItnkl00IendwoodTeraiCo Il VPntherTVxas Hint loll anti SIClaraI ixaPhoenixi 10HrewerI Joculstlta Mining Co 12001 15 No value Total J I1C1 15 Mining rated proportlrs not Incorpo I COSundryW00100CliromoShasta counties mining and olhur properties In Calavcras county SOOO no Grand total JCOMMsl As it turns out wily lour of these mines tare silver producers TluMvaro the Daly Ontario Ihotnix trod Iloen- istita aggregating a vu Ihut inn of 1 75391090 The other mines hoc tfold and copper producers One of these alone tho Anaconda mine iis valued at 7500000 instead of iOUOOl0 as esti unmet by the Call It will be observed from these figures which are furnished by Mr Hearst luau self that only n small percentage of his mining property is invested III silver Most of his interests arc invested in gold and copper Naturally therefore if he consulted his own selfish interests in the matter he would espouse the single gold standard and reap the bene fit of whatever enhancement in values that policy might give to the yellow metal Instead of doing this however ho has chosen rather to ignore his own interest and to espouse that policy which is calculated to promote the wel fare of the masses Atlanta Constitu tion ANOTHER PUZZLE An Index ns to tin Movemrnt of told Ulllhr Free Cuhlllt Mr Bryan has given the gold men another puzzle to worry over and they are beginning to tear their hair In his Richmond speech the demo cratic candidate remarked that despite the prediction that the clecetlon of the Chicago ticket would drive gold out of the country the mere nomination of u presidential candidate on a free silver platform had been followed by n re markable flow of gold to this country This statement has thrown the gold organs of the cast into hysteria They are exhausting the vocabulary of polit ical vituperation to heap obloquy on Mr Bryan for making such n state ment Theysay that any fool would know that Bryans candidacy has noth ing to do with the flow of gold to this country that It is caused by the out and the confi flow of corn and cotton dence of the election of a gold standard presidentBut fact remains that the first free flow of gold to this country for several years has taken place after the nomination of n presidential candidate on a blmetalllst platform Surely it will not be cdhtcndcd that abroad in thethere is more confidence triumph of the gold standard since the nomination of a free silver candidate than there was before any one of the great parties hndlnkcn up the cause of bimetallism Yet before Bryan was nominated the outflow of corn and cot ton did not bring gold here hut with the most favorable trade conditions it flowed out and land to be bought back with highpriced bonds If the frets knock out the gold men a theories it cannot be helped and they must accept the consequences The fact Is that with a great campaign In favor of silver going on gold is flowing into this country at such orate ns to and force the nunl of- England frighten rurope the rate of exto put up changesSt Louis Republic Charles V emperor of Germany of Spain had a lowcr and king could which protruded soy far that he masticate his food This was afamt lypeculiaritynud not cullninated In his suc cessor Charles the Idiot who idled ol inanition aa- y ek5 3 d ks b ra THE SILVER IN A DOLLAR I FatUcr of the aCCe t Dollar Expoied An Apt Utultratton lardIng inning let us look for moment into the question nnd discuss the matter in a way that has some element of reason in it There has been much written on the subject but thieve has probably been nothing more to the point than the lit the review printed by Mr A J Warner In this he says that ulllcd to the notion growingdirectlytide often hearth Put n dollars worth tCsilcr in a dollar If the value of the metals was intrinsic and did not depend on the law of supply and demand then there might be some sense In such n demand but us tho value of both these metals depends on the law of supply and demand und as demand for them comet largely from monetary use to ask that n given weight of one metal rliould have tit same value with mone fury use or the demand for it for money taken from it that the other hits with the demand for it for money doubled by the very act that took away the demand for money from the other is so manifestly impossible that tint wonder Is that any Intelligent person should re peat it and yet nothing iIs more often icard than this absurd claim and that loo from otherwise Intelligent people The Vnndcrbilts have two lines of railroad between New York and hut talc Suppose they should take oil from one of tlicse lines all through trains leaving only a few local trains to da- n little local business and double the trains on the usher Ilvsuinably the Darning of the two lines and that of the stock of the two roads 01111II in proportion to the business of ahsurdiIlludeIsaywhen line depleted of trains nod business IIhollI iqtial the earnings of the other nnd its stool becomes as valuable onII1 we will put the through trains back A nn to You hon two eggs broth will tnnUo for it will returned I you me I Kublc it but not till then lust would this be any more absurd than to ask that the value of silver without moncatry use or the right of mintage should he the stone as it First then restore to sliver the right of free coinage the tame IIH Is accorded to gold mud the that It possessed for indefinite ages prior to 1873 and then If the of the two metals do not remain at par on the ration of sixteen to one there might be some rcasonI for considering a readjustment mint ratio but not till then Buffalo Times Mlvrr reunion I served in the army about four says one writer in the Chicago JcnrKI duty butand never was that wits when I rccnllHted for all suh receded furlough to go home I was not in the war to shoot my fellowmen nor to be shot nt l 1 shut like the rest for paltry pay of a private nor the pension which seems to border Mr Stewart HO much but to try to save best country that shines nn Now 1 cure more for the good of the whole country for this and future gen orations than for the pension so I shall vote for Bryan and sixteen to If Mr Stewart cares BO much for paltry pension he should vote for McKinlcy und the gold standard and help to make slaves In the future I get a pension and consider It badge of honor but those poor soldiers that arm to have their pensions cut half understand that their piiutniiH are only to drop In comparison with what the bond grabbers got We hind a gold standard for some years and I think tour Jcors more would putus beyond re demption Americas financial policy should begin at home not abroad Item MR t i x J- t rt r k7 L J WHICH IS YOUR sfDE How Law or SelfFrCMVvatlon Works In the Present Issue It seems to mo if all laborers would look into this financial controversy dlv passionately fluid free from all party bias we should soon be ti unit upon a- We are all interested alike what will benefit or injure one will equally affect the other tint In the sumo way all are true patriots at heart and would scorn to do or even advocate what would not ho the best for the nation and people lit large Tho trouble is 1u see things through n glass darkly partisan glasses let us toy such aside mud try to look at facts through our own nut ural unbiased commonsouse eyes And let those who have not used their eyes at all trusting the eyes and hon esty of others political leaders look into matters with us and for themselves Nov what do wo see Two dl rectly opposite hosts one holding for the present gold standard the other for the coinage of silver the dollar of our daddies What classes of people make up these two opposing hosts On the one side we seo nil our millionaires out national bankers or money loan irs our rich corporations our gold mine owners all who do not have to labor for their living but depend upon tho earning power of their money On the other side we see the farmer the day laborer the mechanic the small business titian end through selfish In tt rests the liver mine owner One wile may be classed as the creditor class till Other Jen vlng out the silver mine owner tine debtor class Now it Is too true to need more thou mention tint every man woman taint child living Is selfish looking quit for himself and his own best IntcrcsU This is the law oC ticlfprrsorvntinn for truly Mtotigh if we do not f look out lot our selves who will look out for us1 Surely no nnl will dispute this foundation statement Jrnntlng this ore the scl fish Interests of these two classr tical Are the selfish interests of the creditor class the biuue us the selfish certain wealthy traveler on stopping for dinner at Inn said the waitress natty me nUll the soup my servants dinner I fear be lint a thin soup till girl That is true then replied the klndlicartud tuna may bull throe eggs can eat threeOld with saute colts and oft n presume the the the sun that one the a have tlui Iden Interests of the debtor class IK it not to the interest of the credlor class to gcoiitcf tin debtor class all thie3 can by right or might stud U It not lit much the Interest of the debtor clati to es cape themlo pay them junt on little an they are allowed to dol At Rust It this not their selfish Interest and wha both classes the munt practice It seems to me that but one answer an nfilrmntlve can be node to tliltt also Now fellowlaborer to which of thcuc two cliiKKos do you belong IK it to the moneyed class the creditors although perchance you do have a small savings bank acount or a life insurance policy which few real laborers have Some politicians contend that the day laborer with n days wages unpaid IH n creditor and belongs to the great creditor class but In not tins rather farfetched Then we arc told that true best ntercHtHof tho creditor nod debtor class nre identical Granting this but as practiced Is it not nn Interest similar to the mutual in terests of the lion nnd lamb with the loath within the lions maw As to the silver mine corner what need It concern us whose interests arc linked to ours so that our own are forwarded and preserved Arc the Interests of the silver mine owner and tlie laborer IdntIclall Let statistics say whether all the prod wets of labor have not decreased In value along with the full of silver natal let good common sense say whether dccrranlng in value with silver it In not reasonable to suppose they will Increase In valueI together Fellowlaborer the field baa been fairly and clearly looked over Which shale will you voteAgricoln In Chicago Record IlUmarck Favors Silver Even Ulsmurck In what the money poivcr would call an anarchist It it too bad about BUmarck Atlanta Con titution I rfj n Tit CREDITORS ARE FEARFUL II BlmeUUUm Isug They Cannot Dennis Real Value of Western lavtwttaeBU A fall in prices represents A corre ripondlng increase in purchasing paWN 3f money A rigidly Just system jn payment of debts would thereforewfl 4 low payment In a nominal mini dlnnhr 1 shed in exact ratio to the Incrcrfsi In purchasing power or In uther word to the full in prices So well vecognlctl Is this fundamental law ol equity ill payment of debts that Prof hatighiln himself one of the gold champions ol the present time liar proposed n multi lie standard conskUIng of u unit corn pounded of the ruling prices of a dozen or twentyofthe standard commodities Thus u man might equitably pay a 100 debt of paying 10ors0ormoreorlessflthcr way according to tho variation of the nominal standard In purchasingrpower lie would be paying equitably because he would be returning tho saint purchasing power though not the same Gi nominal vitiate ttv money A rise in prices represents n fall initho purchasing power of u dollar and hence decreases the real value of the lebt Inflation causes a rise In prices t andI hence dues Injustice to the cred itor Contraction produces n fall in priers Increases the power of the dot liar and hence does injustice to this debtorA either way In tine purchas ing power of the standard dOl Injustice to somebody The great desideratum Is n standard hint will not vary Ob viously iIt creditors should influence legislation to lower prlccs they would a- be dishonest Either course would be easily possible by legislative manipu hat ions either would bo dishonest and subversive of government Now passing these A B C propositions which nobody thll1lof denying how ado they apply to the present situn tlou Have wen easeof Inflation or of cant rile tlolIl Of contraction Have won cane ol rising or of falling prices Of falling Have we a ease of increased or decreased pnrihasltir power of the dollar Of in cruased llave we a case of advantage to trio creditor or tile debtor The creditor To what extent IIn tint av erage to just about the percentage In the fall of price of sliver bullion Average prices have fallen just about RO per cent since demonetization of diver or since that net began fairly to produce its legitimate consequence Ihls IK slumildy another way of saying lint tho gold dollar tans appreciated III like ratio lverythlng has fallen ex Sept gold It being the standard hats of Iourw1 risen Now let us music those who HO Hwciplngly charge western cred itors with an attempt at repudiation Who nre the aggressors In this ease Instead of the silver movement being in aggressive cflort on tine part of lebtors to pay 50 cent dollars It Is n de fensive movement on their part to pre tent their creditors trout making them my OOecli dollars Most of the debts mortgages natal bonds which now hung like n body of death over the newer portions of ourjcountry were contracted from ten to twenty years ngo tinco which time prices have fallen halt If n Nebraska farmer borrowed 1000 20 years ngo when wheat was worth 100 cents n built I mud other things in proportion ho was borrowing n purchasing power ex pressed In wheat of 1000 Now If fin- Is compelled to pay the 1000 In gold when wheat Is worth only CO cents u bushel he Is practically paying a pur chasing power of 2000 In general terms It may 1Iw asserted that the western borrower in compelled under the gold standard and the fallen prices which it CIIIIHCH to pay twice the pur chasing power in wheat corn wool horses lather till the cnuentlal product of his lifes work that lie borrowed Hence even If the free coinage of sliver does result In a permanent 0cent silver dollar and If thu debtor pays his gold debts In that depreciated currency he is utter all paying lback the shine quan tity of labor und the products of mbar that ho burrowed Five hundred dollars In gold or 1000 In silver IH worth oa much now as 1000 in gold then If these things be true what becomes of the charge of repudiation no flippantly hurled against the hardworking pio peers of civilization In QUI great west Who la dishonest the debtor who in trying to pay hula debt in n form that commands the aamo purchasing power for luhnselfandtlioeredltororthecrcd itor who seeks to take advantage of cir cumstances by which ho can force pay ment in a form even though It bo nom inally the saute In reality twice tho bur den to the debtor and twice the advan tage to himself Docs It not rather ap pear that the sentiment which several of your correspondents cxprcsH Is mal ing its outcry not so much because it la In dnngcr of losing half of Its western investments as thnt It IIs afraid It will not succeed In doubling their real value through an artificial fall of prices Cor N Y Outlook IlatikN Am Agnlimk the People The clauses the bankers and million aires insist upon making It a fight against tho musaea Tho Ledger said editorially on September 24 They the silver people are quite right in recognizing the fact that the banks are opposed to them Tills Is a bold and f defiant admlnslnn In fact a challenge to tint people Philadelphia Item Oh Ue a Remedy Times are bad and even the wrest ardent goiditesI cannot explain bow as improvement Is to come in the event e the retention of tho single rod stand ard Pointing out Imaginary Ilk wads free silver does not remove the praa- ivihsPbhadetpbl4t IjItem 4f r c 1 rii r 11f kg I K n OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOI c LATE STATE NEWS y r oooooooodooooooooooOOO Crittcfiden circuit court has fivo di vorce suits Harrodsburg school dont allow boys to Smoke during itudv hours Nearly every toll gate in Owen couuty 214was demolished ono night hut week Tim Mallsonvillo Hustler has mad the startling discovery tbat hens dream paveCown in tho near future yTim Cherry shot and instantly killedII Pat Blue at Morgantown last Saturday An old grudge the cause Bfrs Zclla Marah of Croften station 7 died from the kick of n horse which aim oI f was driving from the stable at her homo several days ago The Episcopal church at Frankfort caught fire Sunday mid unstained loss of 3000 A memorial window that destroyediArrangements have been made and a I largo detachment of revenue officers arc now scouring Morgan Kliott and Ma gofflin counties for illicit fltilln While the remains of n If Wisdon the Piiducah millionaire were being taken to the cemetery buglar ransacked1 the residence and stole R lot of jewelry limn Burke who murdered Peter Shay In cold blood at Lushys Mill Owen county Will captured lifter evernl hours pursuit and narrowly escaped 1 lynching Mrs Ellen Howard of Cleopatra Mc Lent county had a lamp explodo in her hands Her clothes caught lire mild die was burned to a crisp before assistance came Kid Carroll the Louisville pick pocket win Heaped front jail there about Christina was arrested in Cincinnatii lust week and brought back to his oldI quarters r Ii Ilclch Marcnin formerly ciiy edi tor of the CittloUshurg Democrat was struck by a west bound C ami 0 freight train at JIvilgorv and it is thought ser injuredtI ID Towers of Owuiiflboro tho Cu I IAt frollltII WIIJIIi 1luyd county a young man named Marrs fatally stabbed an aggressive young He publican untied Poary who died within n few moments alter tho cutting Alexander Mnttingly aged sixty years n highly respected farmer was fount1 dead at his homo near 111 t Silead Mason county Ills team lint run off throwing him oil the wagon and breaking his neck j jWhilo escorting his sweetheart home 1 of lice Lick was thrown from a horse against a tree breaking his thigh dislocating his shoulder and injuring him internally HIt recovery is doubtful Goo Gloss colored nod lames M Smith white convicts in the Frankfort pen fought in ono of tho shops the other day Smith was struck on tho head with n hammer and hud his skull fractured Ho is serving a twelve year sentence from Pike Quito UKorloua difficulty occurredon tho Owen pike about five miles from Corinth in which a man ranted Smith bit off the note of Andy Simpson Simp son walked four miles to his hone mill found his nose lodged in Ills waistcoat The doctors operated on him llrcck Flinehum killed a mild dog on Frozen Sunday It had bitten several dogs in tho neighborhood and the peo ple there are greatly excited fearing that other dogs will go mad His reported that mad legs are terrorizing peoplo on fledriverJnckson IIHItlerI trhoAmerican association controlling tho bulk of tho lands and property about h Middlcsboro will utilize their entire kRerlngo tho coming season in tho raising c of tobacco anti experienced tobacco f growers from tho central portion of tho state are already being engaged for tho work The wire fcnro around acorn fieldof Sirs Potcr Lylcs near Symsonia in McCrackcn county was cut by some evil disposed person and tho stock of tho community let in upon tlurtyfirof j acres Of corn The people in and about that section are highly indignant nudI wrought up over tho outrage fancyfmay lightly turn to tho thoughts of love but iu the autumn is when the marry s i a f 1 lug fever strikes him Lexington is a great marrying place says tho Leader There is no doubt about that old maids to tho contrary notwithstanding Dur ing the past thirty tags Louis and qua Straus the wellknown tailors have made exactly twenty wedding suits This marrying business is a good thing for the tailors Our banter of last week to pumpkin theeMt Vernon Republican Mr Alva Waddledsends us most surprising growth IIrow ono eced wo over heard of The vino was measured by two of his neighbors whom wo know and consequently know the measurements are correct Length of main or longest vine seventy five feet Length of all the vines in time aggregate 957 fret On the aggregation f vines there are growing eighteen pumpkins of which the gross weight is zOO pounds In Kansas real estate agents say that tho reason pumpkins cannot be raised in Kansas is that the vines grow so fast that they wear out tho pumpkins in dragging them about over the ground but in this case they became too heavy to be dragged Who taut beat this one liTANTKDSBVKUAL FAITH VVl MEN if or wiiiiicn to travel fur responsible es tablUbcd house in Kentucky Salary 780 payable sit weekly and expenses Position permanent KufiriMiLo lCnulosu selfaddress ed envelope The National Stnr Iliiihling Chicago 23IS 00000000000000000000000000NEWS SooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oho houses wero blown down nailI one I pertion killed by a Mtorm in New Orleans ono night last week An Ohio man took n purge pinchof skull to relieve a cold and sneezed thetsocketi While attempting to arrest Pros Brad forthat Mt Pleasant Tenn Deputy Sheriff Walter Ilalev was shot and killed The three new battle ships in course of construction for the United Stator navy will bo named Alabama Illinois and Wisconsin Thore are over fiOO negroes in jail at Charleston W1u awaiting trial in the United States court for selling whisky contrary to law Mrs Mary honor lay down in front of a freight train near Kirby Omind was injured so badly that she died in a short time Domestic troubled the cause rite team attached to President Clevo lands victoria ran away but no one wins hurt its the coachman stopped the run aways by throwing ono of tho horses down Tho Catholic church at Washington huh was broken tutu one night recently anti tho wine used in sacramental ser vices mutt the gold communion set stolen While trying to save hit 8year old grandson from an attack of infuriated swine Jacob 1111 ugh 1111111 of Faycltovillc Pa received injuries which miiy cause his death At Columbus 0 there is n rocking chair in tho residence of Charles Hani mood which rocks at intervals when there is no ono near and no cause can be assigned for it James Kelly a Unite Mont minor who accused his sweetheart Jessie Hill of unfaithfulness shot her and turning his gun on himself was killed instantly The girl will live AIIpontmcouct combustion of acids in n car on tho Dig hour railroad near An derson Jnd started u firo which con sUllied tho car Tho consignment Will billed to Cleveland A genuine hlizuird prevailed through out tIll western and central sections of Wisconsin Saturday Snow began to fall early in the morning Heavy falls are reported from n number of points I At Muncie huh Mrs David Stewarts I sleeve caught on a pot of boiling upsetting it tho contents Wl1tl1rII twoyearold child burning it so horrlhhII that it died Mrs Stewart is crnatvl j with grief I Rhode Island iis going to build a two million dollar state house at 000000 is tho estimated costlonitjj structure lint its hunt cost I very much on tho honesty of engaged in building it To get tho insurance of 10000 out his wifes life Chas 0 Kaiser took her to n lonely place near Morristown lix acid shot her through the head and thcnUlin= a i WhyDo people buy Hoods Sarsaparllla In I preference to any othorfn fact almost I to the exclusion of all others BecauseThey lathe beat I e it cures when others fall Hoods Sarsaparilla Is still made under j tho personal supervision of tho educated pharmacists who originated It I I The question of bed Is Just as positively I decided In favor of Hoods as tho question of comparative salesI Another thing Every advertisement- of hoods Sarsaparllla is true is honest I HoodsSarsaparilla I Prepared only hyC I Hoot ft Co Lowell Mass takeHoodself slightly in the arm giving out that they hind been waylaid and robbed Topeka Kansas hits n snooker who uses in pipe with n bowl the size of a tumbler and a stem as long ns a cane at which ho smokes for three hours and a half at one tilling It is said that he eau fill a good sized hall with smoke in thirty minutes While digging n well at Columbus Ilicl the dirt caved in from the top burying George Gnctz alive It was two hours before the dirt could be removed from him tumid ho was found in an un lirohllhhIrecover U J Illingsworth was shot mind in stantly killed at Devils Luke X IIX 1 1v Thomas S Coroner city treasurer and a leading politician and business maL Cordon claims the shooting was in self defense as Illingsworth bad brutally a sanUed him- Owing to a court clerks error the Mutual Ufo Insurance company of Now York must pay Mrs Nellie Pliinncy a judgment of 118000 with interest mud costs making over 100000 Such was time decision rendered by tho United States circuit court of appeals in San Francisco Cal Mr3L W Allen of Maryville MoiL shot and accidentally killed her to year old son and fatally shot her hnehiind Ho was whipping time Imy mutt she inter fered when he turned on her 8hHlk a rifle and shot at him hilt killed the child by accident She then phot hum in the head lie may time She iis crazed with grief Perry Richardson has been arrested in Kendall Wis charged with the mur tier oft man named NVilde at Portage twentysix years ago Richardson had lived under an assumed name ever since the alleged crime but he recently ap plied for and was granted a pension on his former name This gave tIll duo to the Portage officials Jf IOU WOUl hear Qa- 1cwQrld j j I i j j Read he fiLR LD THE ICC1DENTS OF LIFE Write to T S QfixcKV Drawer 150 Chicago Seen r tiny of the STAR ACCIDKNT COlIN for information rcg rdlng Accidcut lusur ante Mention tats paper Dy to doing you can save nscnlrsMp fee Has paid over 00000000 r accldvaul Injuries Be your own Agent 00 MEOlCAt XJXAMIXATZON RnQUIRED THE HERALDI- S THE REST ADVERTISINGI MJJDIUM IN EASTERN KY q r 1r ri t Wioestera a Bank I i t I WINCHESTER KY N H WmiEIHPOOX President K D IIUNTEU CalMer Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of merchants I farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms 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